Taskmaster is the leader of the Red Room who possesses uncanny photographic reflexes that allow him to mimic the fighting techniques of other individuals.
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Powers and Abilities
- Photographic Reflexes: To be added
- Master Martial Artist: To be added
- Shield Mastery: To be added
- Sword Mastery: To be added
- Master Marksman: To be added
- Master Acrobat: To be added
- Shield: Taskmaster uses this circular metal shield in combat. It is bulletproof and aerodynamic enough to be thrown.
- Sword: Taskmaster uses this sword in close-quarters combat.
- Bow: Taskmaster uses this composite bow to shoot arrows in long-range combat.
- Arrows: To be added
- Explosive Arrows: To be added
- Handgun: Taskmaster uses this handgun as his sidearm, carrying it in a holster on his right thigh.
- Suit: To be added
- Claws: The suit's gloves contain retractable metal claws.
- APC: To be added
- Jeep: To be added
- Helicopter: To be added
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- In the comics Tony Masters, better known as Taskmaster, was a mercenary hired as a training instructor by various criminal organizations such as HYDRA and A.I.M., who had the uncanny ability to mimic the fighting moves of his opponents.
- Some of the people he has copied include (but are not limited to) Ant-Man, Black Knight, Black Panther, Black Widow, Bullseye, Captain America, Captain Marvel, Daredevil, Elektra, Falcon, Hawkeye, Iron Fist, Iron Man, Moon Knight, Punisher, Shang-Chi, Spider-Man, and U.S. Agent. He also trained Crossbones, Red Skull, and U.S. Agent.
- In the non-canon video game Captain America: The Winter Soldier - The Official Game, Taskmaster was a terrorist hired by Sin and King Cobra, who was brought into conflict with S.H.I.E.L.D. after stealing nuclear warheads from Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S.. He became an adversary of Captain America before he was taken into custody.
Behind the Scenes
- Joe Carnahan signed on to direct a movie adaptation of Taskmaster in 2008. While the plan ultimately changed and the movie did not happen at that time, Carnahan had said that the film would "literally build this character's origin" and that it would "commence with the events following Taskmaster's severe beat down at the hands of Moon Knight."