Cover to X-Force #117
Mike Allred, artist
|First appearance||X-Force vol. Marvel Comics is an American comic book company owned by Marvel Publishing Inc In Comic books and other stories with a long history first appearance refers to the first occurrence to feature a Fictional character. 1 #117|
|Created by||Peter Milligan|
|In story information|
|Alter ego||Guy Smith|
|Team affiliations||X-Force, X-Statix|
|Abilities||Super-human senses, reflexes/reactions, coordination, mastery of martial arts, levitation|
Mister Sensitive (real name Guy Smith) is a fictional character from Marvel Comics, who was a prominent castmember in the X-Statix series. Peter Milligan is an British writer best known for his Comic book, film and television work Michael Dalton "Mike" Allred is an American comic book artist and writer. A mutant within the Marvel Comic books particularly those of the X-Men mythos is an individual who possesses a genetic trait called an X-Force is a Fictional Marvel Comics Superhero team one of several Spin-offs of the popular X-Men franchise X-Statix was the name of a Fictional team of mutant Superheroes in Marvel Comics, specifically designed to be media superstars Marvel Comics is an American comic book company owned by Marvel Publishing Inc X-Statix was the name of a Fictional team of mutant Superheroes in Marvel Comics, specifically designed to be media superstars He first appeared in X-Force vol. X-Force is a Fictional Marvel Comics Superhero team one of several Spin-offs of the popular X-Men franchise 1 #117 and was created by Peter Milligan and Mike Allred. Peter Milligan is an British writer best known for his Comic book, film and television work Michael Dalton "Mike" Allred is an American comic book artist and writer.
Guy initially took the codename "The Orphan" because he believed that he was orphaned in what appeared to be an accidental fire that ravaged his home when he was three years old. However, Guy later discovered that his parents were alive and serving jail time for starting the fire in an attempt to kill their unwanted mutant child. Distraught, Guy tried to kill himself by pointing a gun at his temple; however, there was only one bullet in the chamber. Russian Roulette became Guy's nightly ritual, and he accepted his candidacy to X-Force hoping that the team's high mortality rate would speed his death along. Russian roulette (Русская рулетка is a potentially lethal Game of chance in which participants place a single round in a Revolver, spin the
He joined X-Force after the majority of the team was killed in the Boys R Us massacre. Though he was a new member, he was appointed leader of the team; he held the position until he was replaced by the Anarchist. The Anarchist ( Tike Alicar) is a Fictional character from Marvel Comics. Despite his suicidal tendencies, Guy had a high regard for human life, and he was the team's most genuinely heroic member. When X-Force was ordered to hand over a young boy named Paco Perez (a mutant analogue of Elián González) to the United States government because his mutant body was a treasure chest of possible cures and medicines, Guy made the controversial decision to hide the boy safely out of the government's reach. The custody and Immigration status of a young Cuban boy Elián González (born December 6, 1993) was at the center of a heated controversy He decided that one life was not an acceptable sacrifice, no matter what cures could have been found by "strip-mining" Paco.
Guy became romantically involved with X-Force member U-Go Girl and helped her come to terms with her own difficult past. X-Force is a Fictional Marvel Comics Superhero team one of several Spin-offs of the popular X-Men franchise U-Go Girl ( Edie Sawyer) was a Fictional character from the Marvel Comics universe and a member of the superhero team X-Force, as well as Sadly, Edie was killed in their last mission as X-Force. Guy had a nervous breakdown after the incident, and he once again became suicidal. He took on the homicidal, super-powerful Arnie Lunt alone (thinking that Arnie would pass judgment on him and decide if he deserved to live or die), and then let him on to the X-Statix team. Fan Boy ( Arnie Lundberg) is a comic book character in the X-Statix series Lunt was then assassinated by Lacuna at Guy's request. Lacuna ( Woodstock) is a Fictional character, a mutant and the occasional ally of the superhero group X-Statix. Shortly after, he quit the team, and was suspected of being a criminal when an extra dimensional being stole many of Professor X's armor suits and called itself "Bad Guy". Charles Francis Xavier, also known as Professor X, is a Fictional character, a Marvel Comics Superhero known as the leader and founder of Armour (or armor) is protective covering most commonly manufactured from metals to prevent damage from being inflicted to an individual or a vehicle through use of direct contact He returned to the team after Bad Guy's defeat and became fully romantically involved with Venus Dee Milo, though Guy's lingering feelings for U-Go Girl often brought tension to the relationship. Venus Dee Milo is a Fictional character from the Marvel Comics universe that was member of the mutant superhero group X-Statix. He was killed in issue #26 of X-Statix along with the rest of the team in what was going to be their retirement mission. X-Statix was the name of a Fictional team of mutant Superheroes in Marvel Comics, specifically designed to be media superstars
Mister Sensitive returned in a new mini-series, X-Statix Presents: Dead Girl, which was released in January 2006. In issue #2, Guy was revealed to have gone to heaven following his death (as opposed to the Anarchist, who went to "the other place". Heaven may refer to the physical heavens the sky or the seemingly endless expanse of the Universe beyond ) There, he was free to meditate in a vast, empty space, where there was no extra stimuli to distract him or hurt him. He was also reunited with his beloved U-Go Girl, but she found herself unable to commit to one man for all eternity, and pushed him away. It turned out that being in heaven had made Guy more sensitive emotionally, rather than physically, and after encouragement came into his own again, leading the assembled team of heroes. U-Go Girl decided to turn back on her decision after this display of leadership.
Mr. Sensitive was a mutant with a variety of powers. A mutant within the Marvel Comic books particularly those of the X-Men mythos is an individual who possesses a genetic trait called an The most prevalent being his purple skin and two antennae protruding from his forehead. Antennae (singular antenna) are paired Appendages connected to the front-most segments of Arthropods In Crustaceans they are He possessed superhuman enhanced senses; a radar-like detection ability from his antennae; he could sense vulnerability, whether emotional or physical; a corresponding superhuman reflex/reaction rate and level of coordination. If exposed to too much external stimuli, his senses would overload and he would have a seizure. Guy relied on meditation to help alleviate the constant pain (for even a fine mist felt like needles stabbing his skin) until Professor X developed a special suit and ointment to dull his senses and allow him to live a normal life. Charles Francis Xavier, also known as Professor X, is a Fictional character, a Marvel Comics Superhero known as the leader and founder of
Having spent time training in Asia learning various martial arts, Mr. Sensitive was also an extremely capable hand-to-hand fighter. He was noticeably able to strike at "nerve points" with superhuman accuracy, paralysing enemies or putting them to sleep, and was also able to levitate, which was explained as an extremely difficult martial arts skill he actually mastered due to his perfect control over his own senses. Levitation (from Latin levitas "lightness" is the process by which an object is suspended against Gravity, in a stable position