Indigo Jo, as she came to be called, was the youngest of four sisters. At the time of her birth, her father was 65-years-old. Her mother was third generation
Italian American, and her father English.
He was a former army Captain and an Allied war hero, Charles Bullet, somewhat akin to a costumed adventurer, and one so successful in his campaigns against
the Axis powers during World War II that many thought him an urban myth or propaganda.
He was so revered in fact, that he starred in many pulp magazines of the time, which ironically reinforced the suspicion in many soldiers that he was
Following the end of the war, and due to Bullet’s good standing with the USA thanks to his war efforts, he was awarded full U.S. citizenship.
This new life appeared to be a way for Bullet to disappear, but unfortunately if that was the case it did not work, and his past caught up with him.
A consortium of his old enemies and their descendents conspired against him and his defenceless family.
Indigo Jo, then just a young girl, was kidnapped. Rumors abounded that during her ordeal she perhaps experienced Stockholm Syndrome.
Her father eventually tracked her down and demonstrated to the bad guys once again why he was so revered those many years ago.
His youngest daughter was saved.
However, during his lengthy absence, Bullet’s home burned down, and whether it was by accident or design, the rest of his family did not share
such a dynamic rescue. Bullet took the incident hard, and disappeared.
His surviving daughter was placed into a federal protection program, and thereby renamed Indigo Jo.
Her father’s current status and whereabouts remain a mystery.
Indigo Jo went on to join the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) working her way up to become an undercover special agent, believed to be in the Counterterrorism
division and under the supervision of an Agent Unwin: all of which cannot be confirmed due to the information remaining classified.
While she enjoys shopping and socialising, Indigo Jo is equally as happy on a firing range, or honing her hand-to-hand combat skills.
It was during an undercover assignment that Indigo Jo met Mr. T.
She eventually left the FBI, somehow managing to secure a suit of Victor Davenport’s state-of-the-art body armor. Like her father before her, Indigo
Jo looks set to become a costumed adventurer.