"Dirty Deeds" is a series of threads where a discussion can be held about the morally questionable, or outright evil acts of characters in comics. It might be a discussion about times a hero crossed a moral line they shouldn't have, or a discussion of a villain's most horrific acts in their history, but the premise remains the same.
Where possible, a poll will be included to vote upon said character's "dirtiest deed".
Please do remember that there are no wrong answers, this is all a matter of opinion. Since everyone has a different set of morals, please try and respect differences in people's own beliefs.
Previous Dirty Deeds Features:
#1- Dark Beast
#4- Donald Pierce
#10- Emma Frost
For our fourteenth profile, I’m going with a former X-Man who kept bouncing back and forth from hero to villain, but always had a mean streak a mile long. A woman so tough she didn’t even stay dead after having her own beating heart ripped out! If you couldn’t guess, this edition of Dirty Deeds is with...
So what is Marrow's Dirtiest Deed?
- Killing other Morlocks on “The Hill” to advance in its hierarchy and move up to the haven at the top of that alternate dimension to become one of Mikhail Rasputin’s elite, in Gene Nation? (revealed in Storm (vol. 1) #2)
- Murdering a homeless drug addict upon her return ot the Morlock tunnels? (X-Men: Prime #1)
- Massacring a whole nightclub full of humans as part of the misguided revenge of Gene Nation, against those they deemed responsible for the Morlock Massacre? (Uncanny X-Men #322)*
- Kidnapping Leech with Hemingway? (Generation X #5)
- Capturing and torturing Emma Frost while using Leech to prevent her from using her psionic powers? (Generation X #6)*
- With the rest of Gene Nation, attempting to slaughter a whole subway car full of humans by wiring them with explosives, and having the detonator wired to her own heart so that Storm would have to rip her heart out to save them, or let them die. (Uncanny X-Men #325)*
- Working with Callisto to try to detonate a bomb in the middle of a Lila Cheney concert? (Cable (vol. 2) #42)*
- Trying to murder Henry Peter Gyrich and attacking two NYPD officers? (Uncanny X-Men #346)
- Displaying gluttonous behavior at breakfast with the X-Men, and then yelling at Cannonball for trying to teach her some table manners? (X-Men (vol. 2) #71)
- After Wolverine defeated Marrow in a sparring match with Marrow, stabbing him in the throat when he offered his hand to her as a handshake? ( X-Men (vol. 2) #72)*
- Stealing Cecilia Reyes’ medical journals and supplies? ( X-Men (vol. 2) #73)
- Praying to a false idol, in the form of a doll of Warren Worthington she made? ( X-Men (vol. 2) #74)
- Exposing her bare breasts to Cannonball? ( X-Men (vol. 2) #76)
- Attacking innocent people she deemed “beautiful” when upset that Cannonball was going back to his family in Kentucky. ( X-Men (vol. 2) #79)*
- Stealing Colossus’ sketchbook? (Uncanny X-Men #361)
- Throwing a dead rat under Kitty Pryde’s pillow? (X-Men Unlimited (vol. 1) #22)
- Assassinating D’Gard to join Weapon X and get a remedy for her appearance? - (Weapon X- The Draft: Marrow)
- Having a one night stand with Mesmero? (Weapon X- The Draft: Marrow)
- Using her powers to create a blowgun and kill a South American leader? (Weapon X (vol. 2) #2)
- Turning a blind eye to human rights violations being performed by the Weapon X Program during her time as a member? (Weapon X (vol. 2) #1-13)*
- Committing several terrorist attacks, (albeit many against Weapon X facilities) including detonating a bomb in Grand Central Station, as the leader of Gene Nation? (Weapon X (vol. 2) #19-21)*
-Stabbing Siryn (later revealed to have been pregnant at the time) in the shoulder while she tried to reason with her, during her time as a member of X-Cell? (X-Factor (vol. 3) #18-19)*
There you have it, the most morally egregious moments from the bona fide bone-wielder herself. Now vote for you think is the worst of Marrow’s Dirty Deeds!