Alias: Doc Danger
Real Name: Jonathan Lee, Sr.
Genre: Treasure Hunter
Power(s)/Ability(s): various abilities granted by powerful artifacts
Affiliations: Caligo City Museum of World History
Past Aliases: none
Jon was an archaeologist in the 40’s, 50’s, and 60’s, employed by the Museum of World History, and his most important and time-consuming job was traveling about the globe in search of rare lost artifacts of ancient peoples. This career led him to unearth several pieces that granted him superhuman abilities, such as higher than human strength and speed, and the like, but nothing powerful to inspire him to become a superhero. Instead, he used his powers to help him find artifacts and escape certain countries where his presence was not welcome. The means to which he would go and the personal jeopardy he allowed himself to get into to score an artifact earned him the nickname Doc Danger.
But one of these items, unbeknownst to Jon, held absolute and immense power, but it could only affect children. Jon took his then six-year-old son Jonathan to work with him one day, and the boy got his hands on the amulet. From then on, Jon Lee could be best known as the father of the world’s greatest superhero, Mister Ultimate.
Jon died in the late 1990’s at the ripe old age of 79.