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Jillian Alcott

Jillian Alcott Eyes: Green (original), Red (from nanites)
Hair: Red (original), Auburn (from nanites)
Other distinguishing features: White skin after the nanite infusion.
Race: Human

Occupation: Operative for Neville Alcott's organization.
Legal status: British citizen
Marital Status: Divorced
Known relatives: Neville Alcott (father)
Jessica Alcott (mother, deceased)
Charles Mirren (ex-husband)
Sons, unnamed
Group affiliation: Secret Weapons
Base of operations: London

Story: Little has been revealed about Jillian's past. For years she worked as an operative in her fathers organization, and helped staring the Secret Weapons program [6].

On a mission in Colombia with Bloodshot, Jillian was killed. In an attempt to save her, Bloodshot gave her some of his nanites. Shortly after her death, the nanites revived her [1]. The nanites made her sick shortly after, as the infusion of nanites is fatal to normal people. While trying to save Jillian, Bloodshot found out that Neville Alcott had been a part of a military project "Hope and Glory", which also created Ninjak, giving Jillian's DNA an anomaly. The anomaly made it possible for Bloodshot to create a cure for Jillian's problem [2]. The nanites changed Jillians physical appearance, making her more moscular with white skin, red eyes and auburn hair [3].

Jillian became pregnant with Bloodshot's children, and went to the arctic where she gave birth to twin sons [4]. The children were changed into silicon beings by Proteus, making them look like himself , and died in a fight between Proteus and Bloodshot [4-5]. What happened to Jillian after this has not been revealed.

Skills & abilities: The nanites gives Jillian control of many of the bodies processes giving enhanced strenght, hearing and healing. In the nanites are also programs for use of weapons, martial arts, strategy and other combat related subjects which can be uploaded for use. While pregnant with Bloodshot's twins, she had the ability to control electronics like Bloodshot.

Continuity: Valiant VH-1
Publisher(s): Valiant
First app.: Eternal Warrior (vol. 1) #1 (1992)
Creator(s): Jim Shooter
John Dixon
Country of origin: USA USA

Related links/characters:
- VH-1 Characters
- Andre DuBois/Mach
- Angelo Mortalli/Bloodshot/Michael Lazarus
- Carol Hatcher/Sonar
- Colin King/Ninjak/Weaponeer
- Gilad Anni Padda/Eternal Warrior
- Neville Alcott
- Joe Valez/Tank
- John Sinclair/Para-Man
- Richard Grant/Para-Man
- Secret Weapons

References: 1: Bloodshot (vol. 1) #41
2: Bloodshot (vol. 1) #43
3: Bloodshot (vol. 1) #44
4: Bloodshot (vol. 1) #50
5: Bloodshot (vol. 1) #51
6: Secret Weapons (vol. 1) #11