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Adam "Kane" Marcus is the main protagonist of the 2007 video game Kane & Lynch: Dead Men, and the deuteragonist in its 2010 sequel, Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days. Kane was a business consultant turned mercenary and joined The7.
He is voiced by Brian Bloom, who also played Brock Pike in The A-Team.
Kane is an experienced fighter, adept in unarmed combat and the use of firearms, as well as the methods that make them efficient. With ten years of being under the direction of the 'The7' Kane gained a set of remarkable skills that made his acts successful, eventually earning himself a seat amongst the actual 7 crime lords who constituted the organization. He also shows a high amount of skill with a Push Dagger, as he almost always wields one.
Kane & Lynch: Dead Men
Kane was on his way to death row when his transport is ambushed by a group of armed men, who take him, along with fellow inmate James Seth Lynch, with them to the remaining members of The7.
Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days
Kane gets a call from Lynch for some work in Shanghai, China. After a debt collection goes wrong, Kane and Lynch find themselves in the crosshairs of the Triads, who kidnap and torture Kane and Lynch and kill the latter's girlfriend. Realizing how in over their heads they are, the two of them attempt to flee the country while pursued by the law enforcement and military, all of whom are on the payroll of a corrupt politician. After assassinating the politician and hijacking an aircraft, the duo flee Shanghai, their whereabouts and fate unknown.
- Kane and Lynch both appear in Hitman: Blood Money and Hitman: Absolution, mentioned in the former in a newspaper as wanted men and seen in the latter at a bar and shooting range.