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Bulldozer

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    • Bulldozer on Marvel Database, a Marvel Comics wiki

Bulldozer is a supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe.

The character, created by Stan Lee and Gene Colan, first appeared in Captain America #133 in January 1971.

Within the context of the stories, The Bulldozer is an artificial being created by MODOK out of clay. MODOK sought vengeance on Captain America, and sent Bulldozer to wreck the slums of New York City's Harlem neighborhood. Captain America, Falcon, and the NYPD fought the construct but found it hard to defeat. However, the slum residents approved of the slums' destruction and obstructed the crimefighters' efforts. MODOK was pleased that Captain America seemed to be earning the enmity of both the police and the Harlem residents.

Captain America contacted Iron Man, who built and sent to him a portable detector, which allowed Captain America to identify and jam MODOK's commands. The Bulldozer began to do the exact opposite of its original orders, entering the abandoned church in which MODOK had set up base. Captain America and the Falcon easily followed the Bulldozer though the robot's rampage caused the roof to collapse on itself and MODOK.

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