Character sourced from: Comic Books


CBUB Wins: 17
CBUB Losses: 16
Win Percentage: 51.52%

Added by: Ren

Read more about V at: Wikipedia

Official Site: DC Comics - Vertigo Imprint


V is a fictional character from the comic book series V for Vendetta, created by Alan Moore and David Lloyd. He is a mysterious anarchist vigilante and freedom fighter, easily recognizable by his Guy Fawkes mask and dark clothing. According to Moore, he was designed to be both a protagonist and antagonist, so that readers could decide for themselves whether he was a hero fighting for a cause, or simply insane.

The background and identity of V is largely unknown. He is at one point an inmate at "Larkhill Resettlement Camp" - one of many concentration camp where political prisoner, homosexuals, Jew, Pakistan, Muslim and black people are exterminated by Britain's new fascist regime, Norsefire. While there, he is part of a group of prisoners who are subjected to horrific medical experimentation, conducted by Dr. Delia Surridge, involving artificially-designed hormone injection. Lewis Prothero is the camp's commandant, and a paedophile priest, Father Lilliman, is at the camp to lend "spiritual support". All prisoners so injected soon die under gruesome circumstances, with the sole exception of "the man in room five" ("V" in Roman numeral). During that time, the man had some level of communication with Valerie Page, a lesbian former actress, kept in "room four", who wrote her autobiography on toilet paper and then pushed it through a hole on the wall.

Although there is nothing physically wrong with him, Surridge theorizes that his mind had been warped by the experimentation. Still, his actions seem to maintain a twisted logic. The experiments actually yield some beneficial results: he develops Olympic-level reflex, increased strength, and incredibly expanded mental capacity (as demonstrated consistently throughout the novel, V is a genius in the fields of explosives, martial arts, philosophy, literature, politics, hacking, music, chemistry, and gardening (as stated in the graphic novel by Dr. Surridge)).


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Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Win Agent 47 55 to 32
Win The Crimson Avenger 70 to 32
Win The Hills Have Eyes mutants 89 to 18
Win Kakashi Hatake 50 to 47
Loss The Punisher 51 to 75
Loss Daredevil 55 to 58
Win Vamp 50 to 27
Loss The Nameless Hero 43 to 46
Win Bushwacker 72 to 18
Loss Wolverine 34 to 89
Win Kroenen 54 to 37
Loss Emperor Palpatine 20 to 55
Loss Batman 44 to 91
Win Light Yagami 66 to 20
Loss Obi-Wan Kenobi 32 to 48
Win Zorro 58 to 27
Win Rorschach 77 to 29
Tie U.S. Agent 46 to 46
Loss The Question 44 to 50
Loss Bane 49 to 52
Win Navajas 82 to 14
Loss Captain America 8 to 25
Loss Ozymandias (Watchmen) 9 to 19
Win Riddick 22 to 11
Win Altair 17 to 12
Loss Ozymandias (Watchmen) 12 to 17
Loss Ninjas 8 to 9
Loss Test Character Zero 9 to 10
Loss Daredevil 15 to 19
Win Alex Delarge 16 to 1
Win Bullseye 16 to 9
Win Sly Cooper 8 to 7
Win James Bond 11 to 10
Loss Rinzler (Tron) 8 to 9