Javelynn is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in Hawkeye vol.2 #1 (1994) and was created by Chuck Dixon and Scott Kolins.
Javelynn, Art by Scott Kolins
|First appearance||Hawkeye vol. 2 #1 (1994)|
|Created by||Chuck Dixon|
|Team affiliations||Secret Empire|
|Abilities||-Deadly accuracy in use of miniature javelins|
-Excellent athlete and gymnast
-Hand-to-hand combat skills
The correct spelling, Javelin, is the name of two separate fictional superheroes in the Marvel Universe.
Javelynn appeared as one of the central villains in Hawkeye vol. 2 #1-4 (1994).
Fictional character biographyEdit
Javelynn was hired along with Trick Shot as mercenaries to serve a cell of the subversive organization known the Secret Empire. Viper, the leader of the cell, ordered Javelynn and Trick Shot to protect the animal experiments which were being conducted at the Secret Empire headquarters, the Enclave, in the Canadian Rockies. Sometime later, the Enclave was stumbled upon by Hawkeye, who had isolated himself in the area after the apparent death of his wife Mockingbird. Hawkeye battled with Javelynn and his former mentor but was quickly overpowered and driven away. Reporting back to Viper, Javelynn and Trick Shot were ordered to hunt down and kill Hawkeye and anyone who got in their way. Later, after Trick Shot had decided to abandon his mercenary contract and side with his former pupil, Javelynn battled Hawkeye alone and was effortlessly subdued.
Powers and abilitiesEdit
Javelynn displays a deadly accuracy with projectile weapons. Her weapons of choice are miniature javelin-like stakes, which are visibly stored around her wrists, ankles, and her back. Javelynn also demonstrates an athletic and acrobatic prowess as well as honed hand-to-hand combat skills.
Javelin is a Finnish superhero and a member of S.H.E. (Super Heroes of Europe) from the 2000 Sentry limited series. The character, along with numerous other European superheroes, was killed by the Void.
- Hawkeye vol. 2 #1 (1994)
- Hawkeye vol. 2 #4 (1994)
- Rom #26 (Jan 1982)
- Sentry #4 (2000)