Bounty Hunter is a supernatural supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe.
The character, created by Don Perlin and Roger McKenzie, first appeared in Ghost Rider #30 (June 1978).
Within the context of the stories, Lemuel Haskill dies during the 19th century owing a debt to Mephisto. Mephisto makes Haskill his Bounty Hunter, condemning him to 50 souls of the devil's choosing to Hell or forfeit his own soul to torment. His debt comes due when he fails to bring in the soul of Johnny Blaze.
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2007 In an unnamed locale resembling Mexico, Nadie, a bounty hunter, is hired to look for Ellis, a young, innocent, amnesiac girl who's currently staying with an elderly fortune teller ... from Nadie, Ellis is saved from various encounters from other bounty hunters, but things take a turn for the worse when fire is set to Ellis's home ... The two steal a vehicle from two transvestite bounty hunters and their journey begins 02 "A Woman Who Waits" "Matsu Onna" (待つ女) April 9, 2007 With their vehicle ...
... Wolf the Bounty Hunter (Hank Azaria), a bounty hunter who convinces Homer to take up bounty hunting ... A parody of Dog the Bounty Hunter ...
... In return for helping with the defense of the kingdom, she offers the bounty hunter her body and soul ... (Japanese), Colleen Clinkenbeard (English) Falis is one of the strongest and the most infamous bounty hunters in the world, even attributed with having slain a dragon ... Yao (Japanese), Chuck Huber (English) A fellow bounty hunter working for Falis ...
... Bounty hunting has been adopted by several action-oriented vehicles, including Westerns, science fiction, fantasy and stories set in modern times ... Typically, hunters are depicted as assisting law enforcement agencies in the apprehension of wanted criminals, but also as mercenaries who give their services to powerful criminal figures rather ... In Westerns, bounty hunters are commonly depicted as loners, cynical yet romantic ...
Famous quotes containing the words hunter and/or bounty:
“and the words never said,
And the ominous, ominous dancing ahead.
We sat in the car park till twenty to one
And now Im engaged to Miss Joan Hunter Dunn.”
—Sir John Betjeman (19061984)
“My bounty is as boundless as the sea,
My love as deep. The more I give to thee
The more I have, for both are infinite.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)