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This article, Maxwell Dillon (Earth-61615), is property of MarvelousMarty.

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Real Name
Maxwell Dillon
Current Alias

Max Dillon, Maxy, "Sparkles," "Sparky," The Electric Man, Elektra




Jonathan Dillon (father; deceased), Anita Dillon (mother; deceased), Unnamed woman (sister), Norma Lynn (ex-fiancée)


Base Of Operations
New York City, New York, United States of America




Bald, formerly Auburn

Unusual Features
Blue skin surging with electricity, bolt shaped markings over the face (recently)


Marital Status

Professional Criminal, former lineman and electrical engineer

High school

Human mutate; High-wire lineman Maxwell Dillon was struck by lightning while in contact with power lines still connected to their spool. The unusually configured magnetic field generated by the wound spool of cable and live, high-tension wires induced a body-wide mutagenic change to his nervous system. Dillon found himself transformed into a living electrical capacitor, powered by the micro-fine rhythmic muscle contractions that normally regulate body temperature.

Place of Birth

First appearance



Quote1 You know what they say, slinger... When sparks fly... You die... Quote2
-- Electro

Early Years

Maxwell "Max" Dillon was born in Endicott, New York where his father was a struggling accountant, having too many difficulties on keeping and maintaining his job. Because of this, Max and his family constantly found themselves moving from borough to borough throughout New York which also caused Max into to becoming a secluded child, seeing how it was hard for him making new friends due his family constantly moving. Max's father eventually abandoned the family, Maxwell’s mother began to become overprotected over him as he grew into adulthood. Wanting to find some independence within his life, Maxwell wanted to go to college after senior high school, but his mother would disagree with Max’s choice, suggesting that he should get a job as a lineman instead, since he was so skilled at it due to his father teaching him. At the age of twenty-four, his mother died and Maxwell pursued his goals and later became one of the most notable and well experienced linemen ever known, dedicating his honor to his parents.

Through years of having to finding the most perfect job for him, Max went through life ignored and overlooked. He also never stood up for himself, holding in a lot of anger. Eventually, e got a job at the top-notch organization, Hammer Industries as an electrical engineer and designed the power grid for their new power plant. However, he got no credit for any of his work. However, despite of this, his co-worker, fiancée and long-time sweetheart, Norma Lynn, never gave up on him, serving as Max's continuous motivation, much to his delight and glee having the love of his life persistently supporting him and loving him for what he was.

However, their loving relationship didn't last that very long, after Norma eventually leaves him when deciding to pursue his career as a lineman rather than taking on the responsibilities as a husband. Developing a personality that was both selfish and arrogant, others had trouble requesting Maxwell's services or favors without him demanding something in return.

Rise of Electro

One day during work, another fellow lineman got in trouble after having to unplug a series of cables inside one of the laboratories. As a result, Dillon tried to save him, but at the cost of his own life. tried to get a co-worker to cut the power so he could fix it, but the co-worker was unfortunately killed after he failed to cut off the strong power, leading to his own demise through electrocution. This forced Max to plug the live cable and was zapped by the electricity, seemingly killing him. Neither did Max nor anyone else at the building knew, this was all part of a secret, special experimentation conducted by the company's own founder and president, Justin Hammer, who morbidly watches from the other side through a one-sided mirror as the experiment have gone successful.

The Sinister Seven

To be added.

Ultimate War

To be added.

Return into Mayhem

To be added.

Powers and Abilities


Electrostatic Energy Generation: Electro possesses the ability to bodily generate electrostatic energy which he can release or harness for a number of effects. He is powered by the micro-fine rhythmic muscle contractions that normally regulate body temperature. His body can generate electricity at a rate of about 10,000 volts per minute, up to his maximum storage capacity of 10,000,000 volts. At that point, his body automatically stops producing electricity. As he expends his electrostatic energy, his body automatically begins to recharge the stores. Electro can mentally control the amount of electricity he discharges, anywhere from a single volt to his full 10,000,000 volt charge at once. At ten to thirty feet, his maximum charge is more than enough to kill a man. Electro can also use his body as a transformer, touching an outside power source (such as a generator) and channeling it through his body for use. The amount of electricity he can transform above his body's maximum storage capacity is unknown.

Electro can employ his electrostatic energy in a number of ways:

  • Lighting Bolt Projection
  • Electromagnetic Propulsion via Electrical Lines and Bridges
  • Electrical Detection
  • Electrocution
  • Recharging
  • Electrical Conversion into Enhanced Physical Attributions
  • Metal Ionization
  • Disruption of Wall-Crawling Abilities
  • Localized Electromagnetic Storms
  • Electromagnetic Manipulation
  • Immunity to Electricity
  • Charging


  • Expert Lineman
  • Skilled Engineeer
  • Expert Tactician
  • Skilled Marksman

Strength level

Class 15+


  • Short Circuit Sensitivity
    • Water



  • Containment Suit (formerly)

Transportation: Electro is able to 'ride' electricity.
Weapons: None known.


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