Albino (comics) - Fictional Character Biography - Taskmaster

Taskmaster

Albino hired Oddball, Batroc the Leaper, Machete and Zaran to attack Hawkeye and his Avenger trainees Justice and Firestar. After two failed attacks, Albino invites the heroes to come and arrest her. Despite knowing that it was a trap, Hawkeye and his Avenger trainees agreed and are quickly captured. Later, Albino is revealed to be working for the Taskmaster. Albino has created a device that alters Taskmaster's photographic reflexes and allows the villains to duplicate superhuman abilities as well. Taskmaster steals the abilities of Justice and Firestar (as they were identified as ideal test subjects) and runs amok in New York. Hawkeye and the others manage to escape and, with the help of the New Warriors, defeat Albino and the superpowered Taskmaster.

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