|Real Name||Leonard Storgman|
|Aliases||Leo Storgman, Ramshead|
|Wild Card Traits||Ram's horns|
|Citizenship||Citizen of the United States|
|Base of Operations||Fort Freak|
|Affiliations||New York Police Department|
|Relatives||Vicki (wife, deceased), Melanie (daughter)|
|Allies||Wanda Moretti, Michael Stevens|
|First Appearance||Fort Freak|
Storgman has worked at the Jokertown precinct since the 1970s. His first case as a detective was the "Rat Hole murders" where a local junky was accused of murdering several people in a diner. He was dragged back into the case in the 21st century when Wanda Moretti, a court reporter and old flame who had also worked the case, approached him with doubts about it. During his investigation he rekindled his romance with Moretti, and after completing it he retired from the police force.
Wild Card Traits Edit
Storgman's wild card turned late in life and he lived most of his life as a nat. He gained unnaturally pale skin and a pair of ram-like horns curling from his head.
Storgman is a joker with unnaturally pale skin and a pair of ram's horns curling from his head.
Storgman seems more thoughtful and open minded than many of his colleagues. He has a daughter who works in real estate, specializing in selling to wild carders. She keeps trying to convince him to retire to a Florida as part of a wild card retirement community. Storgman is part of a standing monthly poker game involving Father Squid, Wild Card Dime Museum proprietor Charles Dutton, Jokertown Cry publisher Lucas Tate , and civil liberties lawyer Dr. Hendrik Pretorius.
Selected Reading Edit
- Wild Cards Volume XXI: Fort Freak