Detailed Information of Superhero
Abdul Al-Rahman (Earth-1610)
Furious at the invasion of Iraq by American super-soldiers, scrawny Azerbaijani teenager Abdul Al-Rahman volunteered to undergo medical treatments to gain enhanced abilities that would allow him to strike back at America. The treatments were successful, and Al-Rahman rapidly gained muscle mass and an enhanced physique. He was the first person since Steve Rogers who was responsive to the Super-Soldier Serum.
Abdul becoming a Super-Soldier
Super-Soldier Serum: After undergoing the Super-Soldier Serum treatments, Colonel's body was enhanced to the peak of human potential and supposedly equal with Captain America. His body mass and height were also augmented.
Peak Human Strength: The Colonel's physical strength was enhanced to the peak of human potential. He was so strong to the point that he could rival his strength against Captain America.
Peak Human Speed: The Colonel could easily run at speeds of approximately 35 mph. He was fast enough to remove Captain America's shield off his hand with one of his legs.
Peak Human Stamina: The Colonel's body eliminated the excessive build-up of fatigue-producing poisons in his muscles, granting him phenomenal endurance. He could exert himself at peak capacity for up to one hour before showing any signs of fatigue. He continued to fight Captain America for a while before the fatigue toxins begin to impair him.
Peak Human Durability: The Colonel was able to resist physical injuries more than ordinary humans. However, he could still be injured in much the same way, as demonstrated when his hands were sliced off and later impaled. Nevertheless, he withstood multiple superhuman attacks from Captain America during their fight.
Disease Resistance: The Colonel was highly resistant to most diseases.
Alcohol Immunity: The Colonel was virtually immune to intoxication from the consumption alcohol.
Tactical Genius: The Colonel's mental performance had been greatly enhanced. This manifested as an ability to quickly process multiple information streams (eg, threat assessment) and rapidly respond to changing tactical situations. He was able to lead an entire team, Liberators, and plan to destroy U.S.A with quick strategy.
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