|First appearance||Hero For Hire #10 (Jun 1973)|
|Created by||Steve Englehart and George Tuska|
|Notable aliases||Señor Muerte|
The first character to use these names was Ramon Garcia, who was born in Hatillo, Puerto Rico. Ramon was the owner of a chain of gambling casinos, and a criminal who called himself "Señor Suerte" (which means "Mr. Luck" in English) in his role as head of criminal gambling operations in New York. He used the name "Señor Muerte" (which means "Mr. Death" in English) when he killed his opponents.
Ramon sent men to kill Frank Jenks and Luke Cage. Muerte attempted to kill Luke Cage, and murdered a rival casino owner. He battled Cage, but was electrocuted by his own device while battling Cage.
Read more about this topic: Señor Muerte / Señor Suerte
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