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3-D MAN (DELROY GARRETT, JR.)
Delroy Garrett, Jr. grew up to become a track star and competed in the Olympic Games. After he tested positive for steroids, he lost his three gold medals. 3-D Man is the name of two fictional superheroes appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The first superhero to use the name 3-D Man is a composite of two brothers, Charles and Hal Chandler, and the second is Delroy Garrett. The character also appeared in The Incredible Hulk vol. 2 #251–252, Contest of Champions #1, and What If #9. 3-D Man did not appear again for many years until he was reintroduced in Avengers Forever #4 and appeared in The Avengers #50–55 and the 2008 Secret Invasion: Skrulls one-shot.
With his newly cosmic power, Triathlon banished the Triple-Evil and helped liberate Earth from Kang; he then gave up his cosmic powers-which had been fuelled by the souls of the Triple-Evil's countless victims-and used the last of his cosmic energy to restore the Chandlers to their separate human forms, regaining his own normal form in the process. Declining to participate in the Triunes' reorganization after Tremont's death in battle with the forces of Kang, Triathlon soon left the Avengers as well, though he has returned to aid them against threats such as Scorpio and an insane Scarlet Witch.
Marvel Premiere #35 (April 1977)
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3-D Man in his first appearance in Marvel Premiere #35. Art by Jack Kirby, John Verpoorten, Jim Craig and David Hunt
Roy Thomas (writer) Jim Craig (artist)