Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Place of Birth
Trained agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Agent Roger Dooley
was a Level Four Special Officer of S.H.I.E.L.D. At one point, when Nick Fury was away, the S.H.I.E.L.D. Directors (who were actually Deltites--rogue Life Model Decoys)
ordered the collection of the She-Hulk to determine if she could
potentially become a threat similar to her cousin, the Hulk. Dooley convinced the S.H.I.E.L.D. Directors to allow him to run the
operation of capturing and evaluating the She-Hulk. Therefore, he sent a squadron of Mandroids
to attack and abduct her from the busy streets of New York. However, when the She-Hulk easily overpowered the Mandroids, Dooley ordered for her to be teleported on board the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier. When he did so, the She-Hulk, Wyatt Wingfoot, and a few other bystanders were teleported as well. Once on board, they were all split up. Agent Dooley then threatened the She-Hulk by saying he would injury her boyfriend, Wyatt Wingfoot, if she didn't comply with his orders. She agreed and Dooley demanded she be submitted to a strip search in front of an entire squadron of
agents. However, when Dum-Dum Dugan learned of what was happening, he immediately put a stop to it and yelled at Dooley for his abuse of power. (To
learn about the above highlighted team, characters, and/or objects,
just click on their names above. Note: Beware of the low-cut outfit worn
by in the background of Nick Fury's bio page and the very revealing/skin-tight outfit on the She-Hulk's bio page.)
Soon after, Agent Dooley contacted the Directors and had Dum Dum Dugan ordered back to Washington D.C.; thus, leaving Dooley in charge once again. He then forced She-Hulk to be put through rigorous examinations, chained, and throw in a cell.
Later, when the She-Hulk broke out of her cell, Agent Dooely left his his
quarters to try to recapture her. However, while searching for the She-Hulk, Dooley was ambushed and possessed by the
Cockroaches (a countless number of cockroaches who had been exposed to vast amounts of radiation and had developed a collective
intelligence). In fact, the Cockroaches were actually one of the "bystanders" who were teleported onto the Helicarrier. The Cockroaches took control of Agent Dooley. Now having possessed Dooley, the Cockroaches wanted to demonstrate their power to
humanity; therefore, they forced Dooley into sabotaging the Helicarrier's thrusters and boobytraping the controls.
Not long after this, Agent Dooley ran into the She-Hulk (who was seeking out Dooley herself). Dooley tried to transfer the Cockroaches into the She-Hulk's more powerful form; however, she swatted him aside. When she did this, his body ruptured, killing him--revealing thousands of cockroaches. (Also, Dooley during his time possessed by the Cockroaches is shown in the last picture posted.)
There is nothing there, but her is the Marvel.com bio link for Agent Dooley, http://marvel.com/universe/Dooley,_Roger.
Roger Dooley appears on the TV series Marvel's Agent Carter. In this version, he is the Chief of the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR) offices in New York City, and Agent Carter's boss rather than a S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent.