Bulldozer is the name of two fictional characters that appear in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Henry Camp is the first to use the name and he appeared in The Defenders #17. Marci Camp was the second and she first appeared in Fantastic Four #3. Take a look below for 23 more interesting and bizarre facts about Bulldozer.
1. Henry Camp was created by Len Wein and Sal Buscema.
2. Marci Camp was created by James Robinson and Leonard Kirk.
3. Henry Camp was born in Topeka, Kansas. He was a Master Sergeant in the United States Army before being dishonorably discharged.
4. Henry Camp entered a life of crime and was later caught and sent to Ryker’s Island Prison. There he became cellmates with Dirk Garthwaite, who is also known as The Wrecker.
5. Willing to share his power with his allies, The Wrecker had Camp, Dr. Eliot Franklin and Brian Philip Calusky join him in holding onto his crowbar outside during an electrical storm. Lightning struck the crowbar, magically distributing the enchanted strength bestowed upon The Wrecker among the four of them. This is when Camp became Bulldozer.
6. Bulldozer has fought many of Marvel’s superheroes over the years, including The Avengers, The Defenders and Thor himself.
7. Unlike Thunderball, Bulldozer has remained loyal to The Wrecker and has only been separated from The Wrecking Crew through various incarcerations in prison.
8. Along with the rest of the Wrecking Crew, Henry joined Hood’s criminal army, but was later imprisoned after the events of the Siege of Asgard, where they helped Iron Patriot.
9. He died in unknown circumstances and his daughter became the next Bulldozer as part of the new Frightful Four.
10. During the Avengers: Standoff! storyline, Bulldozer turned up alive as one of the inmates of Pleasant Hill, a gated community established by S.H.I.E.L.D.
11. As the new Bulldozer, Marci Camp along with the Wizard’s Frightful Four, attacked the Fantastic Four at Times Square under the orders of a mysterious benefactor.
12. Due to exposure from the Asgardian magic in the Wrecker’s crowbar, Henry Camp possesses superhuman strength and a high degree of imperviousness to harm.
13. Bulldozer can withstand high amounts of concussive force and is virtually bulletproof.
14. His power augmented his entire body, strengthening his bones, muscles and flesh.
15. Due to his particular talent, head-butting and ramming, he has greater strength in his neck, shoulders and legs than the other members of the Wrecking Crew, with the exception of The Wrecker himself.
16. His superhuman abilities are currently four times greater than when he originally shared the Wrecker’s power, making him somewhat stronger than an average well-trained Asgardian male.
17. Bulldozer has a specially made armored helmet, neck and shoulder armor that gives him added protection and invulnerability when ramming an opponent.
18. Bulldozer appears to have used several different versions of the helmet, varying from a simple skullcap to something akin to the Juggernaut’s helmet.
19. Marci Camp has the same abilities as her father, but not on the same level that he is.
20. Bulldozer, alongside the other Wrecking Crew members, appear as members of Hood’s Masters of Evil. He is absorbed into Scramble’s body when the Masters of Evil invade the Central American country of Santo Rico.
21. In Ultimate Marvel, Bulldozer works for some time as a law-abiding employee of the restoration company called Damage Control.
22. In Ultimate Marvel, after the Wrecking Crew gain their powers, they take over the Flatiron Building and take hostage. However, Power Princess defeats the Wrecking Crew.
23. Bulldozer appears in The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, where he is voiced by James C. Mathis III. In the episode “Thor the Mighty,” Bulldozer assists his Wrecking Crew partners in attacking a shipment of devices bound for Stark Industries only to be defeated by Thor.