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Digitek

Digitek
Real name
Jonathan Bryant
Current alias
Digitek
Alignment
Relatives
Samantha Bryant (wife)
Universe

Characteristics
Gender
Hair
Status
Citizenship
Marital status
Occupation
Superhero; former scientist
Education
Lots. They don't let just anybody be a scientist.
Origin
Origin
Industrial accident
Place of birth
First appearance

Digitek #1

History[]

Jonathan Bryant was a scientist working for the Nakasoni Corporation in London (actually a front for the Mys-Tech Corporation), where he developed Psi-Key, a computer which acted like a living brain. When raiders tried to steal Psi-Key, Jonathan was shot and fell into the dome containing the computer, which somehow downloaded part of itself into him, giving him superhuman powers. It was later revealed that Bryant, now called Digitek, was no longer really human, and when his original body was seemingly destroyed, he re-materialized as a computerized life-form apparently composed of electrical impulses. Digitek settled the score with Miracle Systems, who had orchestrated the theft of Psi-Key and the events which almost killed him, and has since been active as a superhero.

Powers and abilities[]

Strength level

Superhuman.

Notes[]

Digitek's original series was also published concurrently in the anthology title Overkill.

Trivia[]

Since the dissolution of Marvel UK, Digitek has been incorporated into the mainstream, American Marvel Universe, and has worked with Captain Britain and MI-13.

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