Deathlok Deathlok is a fictional cyborg published by Marvel Comics. He first appeared in Astonishing Tales #25 (Aug. 1974), and was created by Rich Buckler and Doug Moench. At least three subsequent Marvel characters have used the "Deathlok" identity since then. The original story is about a suburban family man who is unwittingly made a test subject for technology research that slowly turns him into a living computerized assasin (cyborg) for the government.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s J. August Richards talked about getting to see his "Angel" co-star Amy Acker appear on the show, and discusses preparation for his role as Deathlok, as well as saying that he'd like to see redemption for the character.
Agent Coulson himself (Clark Gregg) has just posted a new promo image from Tuesday's upcoming ep of the Marvel tv series, and it would seem to confirm that Mike Peterson will indeed wind up looking much closer to the comic book version of Deathlok than he does at the moment..
Thanks to the success of Marvel's ever-expanding universe, the studio has not hesitated yet on bringing together all aspects of the superhero world to their fans. Hit the jump to see my opinion on why the cyborg demolisher may potentially be next on the list.
The rumor of Marvel Studios getting into the business of releasing short films for lesser known characters, a la Pixar, has resurfaced now seeming more plausible! Check it out!
Why dont we have a deathlok movie? Or at least on tv?
Ant-Man, Hulk 2 and Thor films are in the works.
McGuigan is out and Hafstrom might be in…
Marvel released its slate of upcoming adaptations of its comics including plans for old Greenskin.
David Self, who is building a comics to film resume, may write the script.
The director says he hopes Marvel's cyborg assassin is his next project.
Mikael Hafstrom may take the helm of Marvel's movie based on the cyborg assassin from the future.
With some wonderful news for Punisher 2, Deathlok, Namor, Blade TV Series, Fantastic Four 2, Ghost Rider and more...
Here's the latest from the House of Ideas on comics making their way to movie screens and videogames.

The House of Ideas held its fourth quarter earnings call for investors and had lots to say about upcoming films.
Wizard magazine reports that the Deathlok script has been finalized and the movie is moving forward...
Look for Namor to swim across the silver screen in three years.
What movie projects are next from the House of Ideas?
According to a hypester, Kevin Feige has confirmed Paul McGuigan as the cyborg's Director...
The Deathlok film will get a fresh look from David Self.
The House of Ideas released its newest list of movie projects during its second quarter earnings update; including an Ant-Man film!
Can Chris Columbus navigate his way around Namor, the Sub-Mariner movie?
Don’t expect the Deathlok movie until at least 2006. But in the meantime, here’s a review of an early script.