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Later, Joe Martin was battered by three hoodlums, and left with severe head injuries. This massive head trauma instantly led to psychic damage; Martin lapsed into complete insanity, and lost his grip on reality. He immediately began to act as one of his favorite characters, the hero from the old movie serial, THE ATOMIC SKULL.
Now a true menace to society, The Atomic Skull is one of Superman's deadliest villains. The Atomic Skull has maintained his superhuman strength, and its accompanying endurance. He can also emit tremendous energy blasts.
It should be noted that Joe Martin is the second person to adopt the Atomic Skull persona. Albert Michaels, the original founder of S.T.A.R. Labs, was a corrupt scientist who was stricken with a rare nervous disorder. Desperate for a cure he could not find from S.T.A.R., he turned to the criminal organization SKULL. SKULL researchers tried to use cybernetic implant to reenable the electrical impulses in Michael's brain. However, the implant malfunctioned and mutated Michaels' brainwaves into a deadly form of energy emission.
Now superhuman, Albert Michaels became The Atomic Skull, and ultimately, the leader of SKULL. Both this Atomic Skull and SKULL were major criminal forces in Superman's early days in Metropolis.
First Appearance: (current Atomic Skull) ACT #670
First Appearance: (first Atomic Skull) SUP #323
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