CUTTHROAT (Daniel "Danny" Leighton)
PL 9 (124)
Minor-League Assassin Guy
Villain of: Captain America
ST 18 (+4) DEX 22 (+6) CON 18 (+4) INT 12 (+1) WIS 12 (+1) CHA 10
Acrobatics 5 (+11)
Bluff 4 (+4)
Disable Device 4 (+5)
Escape Artist 4 (+5)
Gather Information 4 (+5)
Intimidate 4 (+4)
Knowledge (Streetwise) 6 (+7)
Notice 6 (+7)
Pilot 2 (+8)
Search 4 (+5)
Stealth 5 (+11)
Accurate Attack, All-Out Attack, Attack Focus (Melee) 2, Cunning Fighter, Damaging Escape, Defensive Attack, Defensive Roll 2, Dodge Focus 4, Equipment 2 (Arsenal of Blades, Body Armour), Grappling Finesse, Improved Critical (Knife) 2, Improved Defense, Improved Disarm, Power Attack, Ranged Pin (Knife), Takedown Attack, Uncanny Dodge (Hearing)
"Rocket Gun" Device 4 (easy to lose) 
Blast 6 (Extras: Explosion) (19)
AP: Dazzle Hearing 6 (Extras: Area-Burst)
Knives of all Types, even Adamantium-Edged (Strike +1 to +2/Penetrating 4, Split Attack) (7)
Body Armour +2 (2)
Toughness +4 (+6 Armour), Fortitude +6, Reflex +8, Will +4
Attack +10 (+12 Melee), Damage +4 (+5-6 Knives), Defense +8 (+12 Dodge), Initiative +6
Abilities: 32 / Skills: 48--12 / Feats: 25 / Powers: 12 / Saves: 7 / Combat: 36 (124)
-Mark Gruenwald's run on Captain America was fascinating. While not being uber-heavy on legendary storylines and events, it was one of the most in-depth looks at the world of Super-Heroes & Super-Villains I've ever seen, with unbelievable amounts of thought put in to everything. It was one of the few books that used the Avengers as an actual organization with support staff, characters & planning (like when Cap requests assistance through his Secretary, who patches him through to various other Avengers or allies), and one of the few to show the VILLAINS' side of things, as they had to plan, team up, and do things together.
-Take the Skeleton Crew. Formed by the Red Skull, he frequently had to plan, scheme, etc., using them as his flunkies. Occasionally upon losing a member, he'd go recruiting. Danny here joined up as such (killing two other low-end costumed super-villains), and THEN we got a big bit on his training (via the Taskmaster), his induction into the team, etc. Then we found out he was Diamondback's brother who was previously victimized by Crossbones, but the Skull's top henchman beat & killed him savagely. So much for HIM. Having all that backstory only for that quick ending was one of those things Gruenwald went for that few writers ever did.
-Thanks to some messed-up accidental continuity, Cutthroat turned up alive on The Raft when Electro broke out all those super-villains during the Avengers' opening run in the 2000s. Oddly, despite Cap mentioning him in the "Bios" section of a Trade, his link to Diamondback would never get brought up, and he'd just be a background villain used in group shots of The Hood's gang. That'll happen when you're a really generic guy with blades as your gimmick.
-Cutthroat is pretty bare-bones. Just a martial artist-type fighter who's really good with Blades, he makes PL 9 offensively pretty easily, but is fairly low-pointed, failing to make many heroes quake in their boots. It makes sense- Crossbones KILLED HIM despite their history, and he's just an un-powered human as well, so even Hero Points couldn't save his Suck Force from making him lose. I'm not even sure if he ever squared off with Captain America himself, but I don't see him ever winning that fight.