Bevatron (Fabian Marechal-Julbin) is a member of the Hellions in the Marvel Comics universe.
The character, created by Fabian Nicieza and Mark Bagley, first appeared in New Warriors #9 in 1991.
Within the context of the stories, Bevatron was recruited to the Hellfire Club's junior team of mutants by the villainous White Queen. After suffering the loss of Firestar, Bevatron was picked up as the Hellions new energy projector. His first mission, and the only one he appeared as part of, required the Hellions to fight the New Warriors to vie for Firestar's returned allegiance. During the battle, which took place in, on and around the New Warrior's headquarters, Bevatron was badly wounded when he fell from a rooftop while battling Firestar. The Hellions were defeated by the New Warriors.
Soon after, Emma threw a party which the Hellions, as well as the X-Men Gold team, attended. It was there that Trevor Fitzroy—a member of the villainous group known as the Upstarts—crashed the party with the goal of killing Emma in order to gain points within the group. The Hellions were mere formalities: most of the team, including Bevatron, were drained of their life energies in order to fuel Fitzroy's teleportation portal.
Bevatron makes a postmortem appearance, however, this was just a trick played by the demon D'Spayre to agitate Emma Frost.
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