Silver's father was a Nazi hunter, considered to be the best in Europe, even working alongside James Howlett, simply known as the Canadian at the time. His wife was murdered when the home he shared with his wife and daughter was bombed. Silver begged her father to train her, so she could avenge her mother's murder, and though he tried his best to discourage her, he soon realized her potential, and she soon began joining him on hunts. After his death, she assumed command of the Wild Pack, and became founder and owner of Silver Sable International.
She met Spider-Man while trailing the Black Fox. Working with the New York City police, the Wild Pack nearly apprehended him, only to be thwarted by the inadvertent actions of Spider-Man. Eventually Spider-Man recovered the Jewels but allowed the thief to escape.
Silver Sable International was later hired by a small South African country to neutralize the international terrorist Jason Macendale (Jack O'Lantern), suspected of training rebel forces within the client's borders. An initial team of Wild Pack members was ambushed by Macendale's men and nearly killed, leading Silver Sable to enlist aid from Spider-Man.
During the course of these events, Sable became involved in a daylight robbery that resulted in the death of a young woman, an innocent bystander accompanied by her young son. The woman's death struck a responsive chord in Sable, and she dropped her other activities to hunt down the killer. His trail led to an abandoned building, where Jack O'Lantern chose to attack Silver and her men. During the final confrontation, her choice to capture the killer enabled Jack O'Lantern to escape.
Spider-Man then agreed to help Silver capture Jack O'Lantern. They tracked him to Coney Island Amusement Park, only to be ambushed by the group of costumed criminals called the Sinister Syndicate (composed of the Beetle, the Rhino, Hydro-Man, Boomerang, and the Speed Demon), who were hired to kill Macendale's pursuers. They nearly succeeded, but were stopped at the last minute by the Sandman, who allowed Sable and Spider-Man to escape. After a long battle, the three managed to defeat the criminals, but nothing was found to help them locate Jack O'Lantern. Other heroes and reformed minor villains work for Silver Sable International on occasion.
After a series of failures, and with her Wild Pack increasingly disappointing and compromised, Sable disbanded the organisation and was planning on going into retirement until she got a lead on the traitors within the Pack. She quickly teamed up with Dominic Fortune and together they stopped the sleeper assassin scheme that the former Wild Pack soldiers were involved in.
After the Symkarian revolution, Sable personally bought the then-abandoned Symkarian embassy in New York City with the intent to return it to her people when the time came and used it as her base of operations in the meantime.
At the time, Sable was bringing international mobsters in alive to the Interpol for questioning. Unfortunately for her, her prey was murdered by the time she arrived at the scene, baring the insignia of the ninja clan known as the Hand as a result of Daredevil having assumed leadership and directing forces across Hell's Kitchen. Outraged at having her mission compromised, Silver personally investigated the murder, eventually bringing her into contact with bionic private investigator Misty Knight, Darkforce-wielding vigilante Shroud, and mercenary Paladin, all of whom were investigating similar murders throughout the city. Silver's contacts in Symkarian intelligence and American espionage eventually deduced the murders were in fact committed by an angry policemen masquerading as a Hand ninja - a conclusion Misty also came to when the officers in question arranged for her to be attacked in the street. Together the four heroes put a stop to the crooked policemen's scheme and turned their attention towards the larger problem of Shadowland itself.
Sometime afterwards, the Flag-Smasher tried to disrupt a Symkarian Pride Parade in New York with a nuclear bomb, but was stopped by Silver Sable and Spider-Man. She kissed Peter as a reward for deactivating the bomb, on behalf of Symkaria.
When Doctor Octopus tried to destroy the world, Silver saved Spider-Man and Black Widow from the Sinister Six. Making their way to the final battle, Sable flirted with Spider-Man and almost admitted her feelings for him, but he refused to talk about it, telling her about Mary Jane Watson. Together with Spidey, Sable rushed to Octavius' underwater base only to be stopped by the Rhino. The unmovable villain gripped her to the floor, promising not to move while the water level rose. Sable ordered Spider-Man to leave her behind and pursue Doc Ock on his own. By activating her suit's stealth coating, Sable tricked Rhino into thinking she had vanished, giving her the advantage necessary to break free. However, she had been very seriously injured from her fight with Rhino. She was unable to escape the base as it was destroyed and was badly burned. She was subsequently rescued by the Foreigner.
Working in the Shadows
From that point on, Sable used an android avatar given to her by the Foreigner to hunt down her enemies one by one, taking advantage of the popular belief that she was dead to do so from the shadows. Unfortunately, the citizens of Symkaria were also affected by this deception, with their fear allowing the last living royal, Countess Karkov, to rise to power. Karkov allied herself with Norman Osborn and exploited the resources of Symkaria, turning the country into a weapons-making war machine for Osborn's Goblin Army, ensalving Symkaria's people in the process.
With the help of a new Wild Pack, Sable began to work from the shadows opposing Osborn and Karkov's plans. While trying to assassinate Osborn in a charity event in Hong Kong, Sable came face-to-face with Spider-Man. Silver Sable and Spider-Man formed an alliance once again, in order to take down both of their enemies.
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Indomitable Will: Silver Sable has an indomitable will. She has been shown resisting the worldwide psychic manipulation of the Goddess to retain her sensibilities. She has also easily defied a telepath's attempt alter her mind by sheer force of will.
Master Martial Artist: Silver Sable is an extraordinary hand-to-hand combatant and martial artist, an expert marksman and swordsman, and an accomplished gymnast. She is also an accomplished leader and strategist, capable of rapidly assessing the strengths and weaknesses of her foes. Her strength, speed, durability, and reflexes are exceptional for a human.
Multilingual: Silver Sable knows seven languages.
Silver Sable possesses the strength of a normal human woman her age, height, and build who engages in regular intensive exercise and combat. She is shown to be able to jump a dozen feet high, leap in between city buildings, and lift grown men off the ground by the collar and throw them several feet.
Despite nearing the peak of human physical and mental ability, Silver Sable is still only human. She must constantly watch for knives and gunfire, and can be easily overwhelmed by a truly superhuman opponent.
- Silver Sable outfits the Wild Pack with the best equipment and technology available. She has considerable financial resources and is able to hire specialized assistance, offer full compensation for damages caused by her employees in the course of a contract, and provide full benefits to her employees.
- Silver Sable also conducts a number of diplomatic missions, including occasional visits with Doctor Doom in nearby Latveria.
- Silver Sable very briefly had possession of the Crimson Cowl's cloak.
- Silver Sable's hair turned silver after witnessing the death of her mother.
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- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Shadowland: Blood on the Streets #3
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Shadowland: Blood on the Streets #4
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Sable and Fortune #1
- ↑ Sable and Fortune #2
- ↑ Sable and Fortune #4
- ↑ Amazing Spider-Man #265
- ↑ Amazing Spider-Man #280
- ↑ Amazing Spider-Man #320-321
- ↑ 9.0 9.1 Web of Spider-Man #50
- ↑ Amazing Spider-Man #323-324
- ↑ Solo Avengers #3-6
- ↑ Amazing Spider-Man #281
- ↑ Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #13-16
- ↑ Amazing Spider-Man #279-280
- ↑ Amazing Spider-Man #279
- ↑ Amazing Spider-Man #280-281
- ↑ 17.0 17.1 Sable and Fortune #1-4
- ↑ Heroes for Hire Vol 3 #2
- ↑ Amazing Spider-Man #679
- ↑ Amazing Spider-Man #682-687
- ↑ 21.0 21.1 21.2 Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #33
- ↑ Amazing Spider-Man Vol 4 #27
- ↑ 23.0 23.1 Amazing Spider-Man Vol 4 #26
- ↑ Amazing Spider-Man Vol 4 #25
- ↑ Marvel Fact Files #14
- ↑ Thunderbolts #73
- ↑ Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #9
- ↑ Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #36; Trading Card Variant
- ↑ Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #36, Trading Card Variant
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