Immovability: Stonewall can hold himself to the ground with Remarkable strength. He can only be moved by an adversary of Remarkable strength or greater and only on a Red FEAT. While he is doing so he cannot move or fight, although he can speak.
Body Resistance: Stonewall’s dense skin provides him with Good body armor.
Crimson Commando, Super Sabre, Freedom Force
The mutant Stonewall, along with Super Sabre and Crimson Commando, fought together against the Nazis in World War II. Afterward they returned to fight crime in the United States. When the Communists began to exert global influence, the team was asked not to interfere by the government, so they went into retirement.
In recent years the group saw a rise in prostitution and drugs. The three men took it upon themselves to form a vigilante committee. They sought out criminals, particularly drug dealers, brought them to a cabin in an otherwise deserted area of upstate New York, and hunted them down for sport. They inadvertently captured the mutant known as Storm during a period when she had lost her powers, mistaking her for a criminal when they discovered her at the burned out ruins of a home belonging to the parents of Jean Grey, Storm’s teammate. Storm managed to avoid capture and forced the men to face their consciences by turning themselves over to the authorities.
When they did so, the government decided it would be bad publicity to bring them to trial. Instead it offered them pardons in return for their serving as members of Freedom Force, the U.S. government-sponsored superhero task force. Stonewall served with Freedom Force on several missions.
Later, when attempting to liberate the mutant research facility on Muir Island from the villain the Shadow King, Stonewall was killed by the mentally influenced Legion.