) is a fictional comic-book supervillain
in the Marvel Comics universe
. It is also the name of a supervillain in Marvel's Razorline
imprint, as well as a character in comics from an acquired company, Malibu Comics
Fictional character biography
Wyndell Dichinson and his 16-year-old brother are caught in a car theft by the heroic Spider-Man
and apprehended by the police. Ricky goes to jail but Wyndell manages to escape and flee the country before his court date takes place. He becomes a mercenary somewhere in the Far East. He begins work in Thailand
, where he is approached and employed by a Mr. Bazin.
Wyndell fails at a drug-smuggling Amrerican operation for Bazin and ends up deep in debt. He approaches his brother to ask for money; at that point he has only three days left to pay. Bazin became impatient and decided he wanted Bloodshed dead. Wyndell and his brother are confronted by gangsters, which catches the attention of Spider-Man. In the meantime, Bazin had placed a bomb in Ricky's home. It explodes, seemingly erasing all traces of the brothers. Spider-Man presumes them to be dead.
Bloodshed is revealed alive during the Civil War
event and when the registration law is announced, he decides to leave the country again. He contacts Vienna
to make him a new fake identity, but he did not know Vienna is secretly working for the Heroes for Hire
, who later apprehend Bloodshed and several other supervillains.
Later in Civil War: War Crimes, he is recently visible among an army of super-villains organized by Hammerhead. The grouping is captured by Iron Man and S.H.I.E.L.D. agents. Bloodshed's fate in the ensuing melee is unknown.
Other characters named Bloodshed
- In Marvel's Razorline imprint, Bloodshed is the name of a supervillain in a four-issue arc of Hokum & Hex
- In the Ultraverse, a member of the Dragon Fang is known as Bloodshed. He first appeared in Solution #1.
- Heroes for Hire (2nd series) #1
- Spider-Man Unlimited #4
- Web of Spider-Man #81