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  2. Inferno (Dante Pertuz) Powers, Villains, & History | Marvel › characters › inferno-dante-pertuz

    Dante is a brooding, dark loner who alienates his teammates but makes girls swoon.

  3. Dante Pertuz | Marvel Rising Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Dante_Pertuz

    Dante Pertuz is a member of the Secret Warriors. He is also known as Inferno. He is voiced by Tyler Posey. Here are some of his quotes.

  4. Dante | Marvel vs. Capcom Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Dante
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    Dante is the main protagonist in the Devil May Cry series. He is the second son of Sparda and Eva, and the younger twin brother of Vergil. As such, he is a half-demon/half-human hybrid. Dante is a mercenary dedicated to exterminating demons, a mission he follows in pursuit of those that killed his mother and corrupted his brother.

    Like his father, the Dark Knight Sparda, Dante has naturally white hair and cyan eyes. As for clothing, he wears his Devil May Cry 3 outfit which consists of a red trenchcoat, black fingerless gloves, brown pants and brown boots. In Devil May Cry 3he's shirtless, but in the rest of the series his shirt is closed.

    Throughout the Devil May Cry series, Dante is incredibly cocky and flippant, mouthing off to even the most powerful demons, and generally enjoys rubbing people the wrong way. He does mature somewhat as time goes by, becoming much more calm by the time of Devil May Cry 4, but never really loses this attitude. Dante is seemingly totally unafraid at all times, or is at least stoic in this way, whether being attacked by the Seven Hells in his office or being swallowed by a giant serpent demon. His brother also shares this similar calm-and-fearless disposition. With the exception of Devil May Cry 2(which most fans ignore anyway), Dante rarely shows any seriousness. He can be serious when the situation calls for it, but can still remain calm during such situations and is never without a witty taunt or comeback. Dante can seem at times to be uncaring or even callous, but actually has a very strong sense of justice and prefers to fight fairly. He can be counted on to do the right thing, eve...

    Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Dante's theme song for Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds and Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite are remixes of Devils Never Cry from Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening.

    Dante has, according to Capcom, no references for his original color schemes, though it was assumed they were based on his Diesel clothing from Devil May Cry 2, Trish (Blond hair and black coat and...
    One of his intro quotes is, "Let's rock, baby!", which is something of Dante's trademark Pre-Asskicking One-Liner. He also caps off his Million Dollars hyper with, "Jackpot!". This is Dante's perso...
    At the end of his Million Dollars hyper, Dante fires two bullets made out of pure demonic energy, alluding to his finisher on Mundus in the first game and his combination attack with Vergil in the...
    His Level 3 is named Devil Must Die, a nod to the notoriously difficult "Dante Must Die" mode in the DMC games.
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  5. Inferno (Dante Pertuz) - Wikipedia › wiki › Inferno_(Dante_Pertuz)

    Inferno (Dante Pertuz) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

    • Dante Pertuz
    • Inhuman #1 (June 2014)
  6. Inferno (Dante Pertuz) | Heroes Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Inferno_(Dante_Pertuz)
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    Pertuz was created by writer Charles Soule and artist Joe Madureira as the protagonist of the Inhumans comic, Inhuman. He made his debut in the comic's first issue, which was included as a backup feature to The Amazing Spider-Man vol. 2 #1. In the context of the series, Pertuz is portrayed in either his late teens or early twenties, and is of Inhuman descent. His powers are activated when the chemical known as Terrigen Mist is spread throughout the world in the aftermath of the Inhumanity storyline. Pertuz would appear in most issues of the Inhuman comic, and will appear in the Uncanny Inhumans series, a preview of which was featured as a backup for Marvel's Free Comic Book Day comic, All-New, All-Different Avengers. Since his debut, Marvel has pushed Pertuz as a key character in their universe, usually to represent their Inhuman line of comics. He was included in the "Avengers NOW!" promotional artwork, where he was beside iconic characters such as Iron Man and the new Thor and Cap...

    Living in Des Plaines, Illinois, Dante Pertuz was a drummer for a wedding band to support his pregnant sister and sick mother. One day during the Inhumanity storyline, the Terrigen Mist (a chemical used to activate the abilities of Inhumans) flew through his neighborhood following the aftermath of the Infinity storyline where Black Bolt detonated the Terrigen bomb during his fight with Thanos. Dante, unknowingly a part of Inhuman descent, underwent Terrigenesis, as did his mother, his sister being spared due to not inheriting the gene. His mother was killed during the process. During all this, an Inhuman named Lash appeared, who believed that only a certain few should be chosen for the transformation. He attempts to kill the family, but Dante emerges with new flame based powers, and fights off Lash. Towards the end of the fight, the Inhuman queen Medusa comes to him, aiding him until Lash flees. She befriends Dante, him being the first NuHuman (people of both human and Inhuman ances...

    Dante is a flame manipulator where he is able to produce vast amounts of plasmoid fire from his own body, and may shoot fire from his limbs. He can also light his entire body aflame similarly to Human Torch with the side effect involving the burning of his skin while taking him some time to recover from the burns. He also sports an accelerated healing capability which is possibly connected to his ability to recover from his own burns, he once had his arm severed by a rioter and it regenerated from the same molten substance his power produces.

  7. Dante | Devil May Cry Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Dante
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    As stated in an interview with original series creator Hideki Kamiya in the Devil May Cry Graphic Edition artbook, the earliest ideas he had for Dante's design were centered around three key points; \\"[a] long, stylish coat\\" to make the character \\"showy\\", \\"[a] British man\\" as Kamiya wanted him to be a \\"witty, yet traditional fighting man\\", and \\"doesn't smoke cigarette[s]\\", believing that the character was too cool to smoke.In the same interview, another noted influence on Dante both design wis...

    As seen at the beginning of the series, Dante is incredibly flippant, casually mouthing off to even the most powerful of demons, and he generally enjoys showing off and taunting his adversaries as often as he can. Dante also displays a fearless, almost disinterested attitude towards incredibly dangerous situations, such as assuming Trish simply had to use the bathroom after crashing through his office's front door on a motorcycle, being attacked by the Seven Hells in his office, being swallow...

    Dante and his older twin brother, Vergil, were born to the legendary demon Sparda and the human Eva where they lived in a remote home near Red Grave City. As young children, Sparda would train the boys and for much of Dante's early childhood, he didn't realise his father was a demon. Sometime before their eighth birthday, Eva gave Dante and Vergil each a half of the Perfect Amulet. Eventually, Sparda died under unknown circumstances, leaving Eva and the twins alone. When Dante was eight years...

    Thanks to his half-demon nature, Dante can release his demonic power through his Devil Trigger. This turns him into a full-on demon and also it amplifies everything about him to a whole new level (like when he overpowered Abigail by just tapping into it). The appearance of this form varies throughout the games—in Devil May Cry and Devil May Cry 3, the form is influenced by which Devil Arm he carries, while in Devil May Cry 2 and Devil May Cry 4 he has a pair of Devil Forms believed to be his...

    Dante is a playable character in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 in his Devil May Cry 3 outfit. He is first seen in a trailer facing off against Deadpool, his rival in the game. In his ending, he prepares to square off against Ghost Rider. Interestingly, his physical features seem to be based off of his Devil May Cry 4 incarnation, but his outfit and repertoire is directly lifted from Devil May Cry 3.In the updated re-release, Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom...

    1. Dante's name comes from Dante Alighieri, who was a great Florentine poet of the Middle Ages. His central work, Divine Comedy, is often referenced or used thematically throughout the Devil May Cry series. 2. Dante seems to favor Jack Daniels, a brand of whiskey, as his preferred choice of alcohol. He is seen drinking this brand in the anime and several bottles of it are scattered around his office in the epilogue to Devil May Cry 4. 3. In Devil May Cry 5: Before the Nightmare, it's reveale...

    1. ↑ Dante was hard. It was clear that his heyday as a big, Hollywood-like action star, represented by \\"Devil May Cry (1)\\", \\"2\\", and \\"3\\", had passed. So I worked hard to bring him back in style. He's around 40 years old here, with the experience, knowledge and physical abilities to match. Dante's still in top form. (Yoshikawa)

  8. Dante Alighieri Character Analysis in Inferno | SparkNotes › character › dante-alighieri

    As a result, Dante the character is rooted in the Everyman allegorical tradition: Dante’s situation is meant to represent that of the whole human race.

  9. Dante (Devil May Cry) - Wikipedia › wiki › Dante_(Devil_May_Cry)

    Dante (Japanese: ダンテ), also known under the alias of Tony Redgrave (トニー・レッドグレイブ, Tonī Reddogureibu), is a fictional character in the video game series Devil May Cry, created and published by Capcom.

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