|Real Name||Lonnie Lincoln|
|Powers and Abilities|| Hardened Skin|
|Family and Friends||Joseph Robertson|
- You may be looking for the episode "Tombstone".
Lonnie Lincoln, also known as Tombstone, is a supervillain hitman.
He briefly worked for Silvermane. Tombstone was a childhood friend with Robbie Robertson before he was sent to Juvenile Hall for attempted robbery. After setting Robbie up at a chemical plant, he fell into a vat of acid and his skin was bleached chalk white and his strength was greatly increased while his teeth became pointed. Also, his voice became much deeper.
He later tried to blackmail Robbie into killing a story that exposed his boss, Alisha Silvermane as a crime lord with by turning his son into a gang member. After Spider-Man defeated Tombstone, he was later sent to Ryker's Island, where he and Richard Fisk tried to frame Robbie. Spider-Man and J. Jonah Jameson later proved Robbie's innocence while Tombstone and Richard Fisk were left to rot in jail.
Tombstone is very violent and aggressive individual who quickly loses his temper.
Tombstone was voiced by Dorian Harewood.
First version of the character outside the comics.
His backstory for the series may be inspired by the 1989 Batman film. That film, like the episode "Tombstone", featured the hero failing to save a common criminal from falling into acid thus turning him into an albino supervillain. Spider-Man also makes a remark about Tombstone's hair turning green if he fell in again, alluding to Joker's hair color.
It is implied that Tombstone is either zombie or undead since in episode "Tablet of Time" he claimed that he doesn't need to breathe.
In the Comics
Lonnie was born as an albino and had no inherent powers.
He was picked on as a child. He eventually became a bully and began lifting weights and filing his teeth down to look like a vampire. He then became a hitman under the name Tombstone.
While a school bully, Joseph Robertson was going to write about Lonnie's activities when he bullied him into stopping.
He was a hitman for Kingpin.
Joseph witnessed Tombstone killing one of his sources. Lonnie threatened the reporter into silence.
He was sent to prison in Philadelphia. When Joseph was arrested for suppression of evidence, Lonnie arranged a transfer to his prison. He killed Joseph's bodyguard and the two escaped. Eventually Joseph was granted a pardon for helping to recapture Tombstone.