[23] The Fatales then joined forces with the Scorpion and the Tarantula, but all of them were defeated by Spider-Man and the Black Cat. Valentin Shatalov as the sixth Crimson Dynamo. Potts and Hogan raced to Stark's aid, driving through the track and dodging other race cars until Hogan crashed into Vanko. Ivan Vanko: Ivan Vanko hated Tony for what Howard Stark did to his family. Despite learning of Iron Man's innocence, Vanko makes one final attempt to kill him, claiming that even though he did not destroy the village, his technology did. Natalia Alianovna "Natasha Romanoff" Romanova (In Russian: Наталья Альяновна "Наташа Романоф" Романова) (November 22, 1984-October 16, 2023), also known as Black Widow,is a major character in the Infinity Saga of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, being one of the main protagonists of the Avengers tetralogy. Many years back his father, Howard, and a Russian scientist, Anton Vanko, invented it. 3000, and … Mark Scarlotti, courtesy of Justin Hammer, wears a bulletproof costume and wields a pair of cybernetically-controlled titanium whips that can extend to be swung fast enough to deflect bullets, or become rigid and be used as nunchaku or vaulting-poles. As Crimson Dynamo, Valentin Shatalov's version of the armor was equipped with a powerful chest-mounted fusion-caster weapon. As a result, Bukharin's Crimson Dynamo is considered by some to be the definitive version of the character. Vanko began to work for Tony Stark as one of his chief scientists. Scarlotti is a research engineer and weapons design specialist, with a college degree in engineering. The Baddies kidnapped a mutant girl and her father in order to coerce them to join their band. The unnamed Whiplash and Blacklash have no apparent superhuman abilities, relying on advanced energized whips. Ivan Vanko's death. 4, #7 (June 2006) where he is apprehended by Iron Man after attempting to rob a bank. Dmitri Bukharin, the fifth Crimson Dynamo, was given Yuri Petrovich's armor by his masters in the KGB. When the Femme Fatales were arrested, Kitty Pryde got the info about Soteira being after Wolverine from Snake Whip who gave the information to her in exchange for a light sentence. In the Ultimate Marvel universe, there are two versions of the Crimson Dynamo. [21], The ninth Crimson Dynamo appeared in the Secret War miniseries as a member of Lucia von Bardas's army of villains which she gathered to defeat the Avengers. 26. This Crimson Dynamo's armor was created by the Tinkerer. The construct is feminine and thus tends to possess females. A 5 inch articulated Crimson Dynamo figure was released based on the Iron Man animated series in the late 90's complete with partially removable vac-metalized armor. Mickey Rourke portrays Ivan Antonovich Vanko, an original character based on Whiplash and the Crimson Dynamo, in the live-action Marvel Cinematic Universe film, Iron Man 2. He joined the Soviet Super-Soldiers, but was expelled after his teammates decided to sever their connections to the Soviet government. Yuri and his allies (his girlfriend Darkstar, the Griffin, Rampage, and the original Titanium Man) fought the Black Widow and her teammates, the Champions. [19], Scarlotti decides to renounce his criminal identity and marries and has a child. He has two confrontations with Stark; the first time while wearing a harness for his whips and the second with full body armor. The daughter then unleashed her powers, blew up the warehouse they were in, and defeated all of the Baddies. Flightplan (2005): A woman's daughter disappears, and the other passengers and crew claim that the woman boarded the plane alone.To be fair, most just aren't that attentive, rather than actively malicious. Leeann Foreman wears two gauntlets containing three spring-loaded retractable omnium steel whip-like cables on each of her arms. Keyword being "most". Mickey Rourke portrayed Whiplash (Ivan Vanko) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film Iron Man 2 (2010). Pepper calls the police while Stark and Rhodes battles the Drones and an armor wearing Vanko, and stayed at the Stark Expo site while everyone else evacuates. During the Civil War storyline, two new villains called Whiplash and Blacklash appear in Thunderbolts #104 (September 2006) and #107 (December 2006). It was later revealed that this armor had been bought on the black market, and that the designs for Crimson Dynamo-based technology have been for sale for a while. 4, May 2000).[3]. Shatalov and his allies (the cyborg Firefox and the original Unicorn among others) recruited the original Titanium Man to their cause. He kept the armor afterward. [30] She is considered by her Russian masters to be one of the best Crimson Dynamo pilots ever, and was a graduate of their "Federal Dynamo" program. ... Morgan Stark: Morgan was the daughter of Pepper Potts and Tony. Jump to page: Mickey Rourke portrays Ivan Antonovich Vanko, an original character based on Whiplash and the Crimson Dynamo, and the son of Anton Vanko in the live-action Marvel Cinematic Universe film, Iron Man 2. When Tony arrived in his new Mark VI armor, Ivan Vanko promptly took control of everything Hammer had unveiled and unleashed it on Stark. Each Whiplash is a supervillain in the Marvel Universe, with the first and latest appearing as members of Iron Man's rogues gallery. The KGB sent their top agent Black Widow as well as Boris Turgenev to apprehend him. The Alex Nevsky version of Crimson Dynamo first appeared in Iron Man #15 (July 1969) and was created by Archie Goodwin and George Tuska. On behalf of the Maggia, Whiplash fights the hero Iron Man[5] – secretly inventor Tony Stark and Scarlotti's former employer – and A.I.M. The battle ends with Blacklash escaping due to Giant-Man's crimefighting inexperience.[42]. While attempting an assassination for the Maggia, Blacklash is confronted by Spider-Man whom he weakens with his whip, but is defeated by the second Iron Man. [22], The tenth Crimson Dynamo is introduced in Iron Man vol. Mandarin and Zeke Stane gave Galina a new Crimson Dynamo armor.[33]. After many years of experiments were done in order for her to obtain powers, Circe finally presented. [44], The Ultimate Marvel version of Whiplash appears in the 150th issue of Ultimate Spider-Man. After Stark and Shatalov struggled to maintain each other's identities, Shatalov was able to get the hospitalized Quincy to recreate the transmission that switched their minds. [34] He was first seen teamed with the Titanium Man as a defender of Russia. Spider-Man defeated the Femme Fatales and saved the ambassador. Alexander Nevsky as the third Crimson Dynamo. Afterward, he received a new, redesigned suit of armor. [6], Scarlotti is assigned to work undercover for the Maggia at Stark International's Cincinnati plant, and becomes Head of Research. Both are past associates of the Swordsman (Andreas von Strucker) and frequenters of BDSM events before becoming supervillains. [20] Scarlotti, however, is hired by a rival of Stark and returns as Whiplash, with an upgraded costume and new weaponry. [22], She later joined the Femme Fatales, and was hired by the Chameleon to lure Spider-Man into a trap by threatening a United Nations ambassador. She was part of Critical Mass's mutant Band of Baddies. Costa Ronin Joins Marvel's Agent Carter – Ronin cast as a familiar Marvel Cinematic Universe villain's father! [1], Mark Scarlotti first appeared as Whiplash in Tales of Suspense #97 (Jan. [43] He is also a skilled athlete and possesses a deep understanding of robotics, enough that he was able to fashion his suit from a destroyed piece of Stark technology. [5] Both Vanko's heroic sacrifice and Turgenov's death were revisited in the Iron Man miniseries Enter the Mandarin, where it is revealed that Temugin (the Mandarin's son) witnessed the event. While racing at the Monaco Grand Prix, Stark is attacked by an electric whip-wielding Ivan Vanko, whose father Anton collaborated with Howard Stark on the first arc reactor, and now seeks to avenge his father’s death He is seen wielding two electrical whips powered by some kind of battery.