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A list of members of Advanced Idea Mechanics (Earth-616).


Members

Bernie

Bernie (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 215 001 Appearances: Iron Man #215

Bernie was one of the A.I.M. agents sent in a plot of revenge against Tony Stark to hijack his space shuttle and Space Station.[1]

Doug

Doug (A.I.M.) (Earth-616) Appearances: Avengers Vol 5 #11

Doug was one of the A.I.M. agents present in Hong Kong accompanying Mathias Deeds. He and Travis came across Sunspot and Cannonball, and while Doug wanted to report the presence of the Avengers, Travis preferred to drink with them.[2]

Gynt

Gynt (Earth-616) Appearances: Warriors Three #3

Gynt was part of an A.I.M. project to begin incorporating Asgardian abilities into weaponry. His team went to Niffleheim to free the Fenris Wolf. In exchange, he would allow them to study him in order to give normal humans godlike abilities.[3] He offered his teammate, Jack Gowan as a sacrifice to the Fenris Wolf, who quickly devoured him.[4]

Jim

Jim (A.I.M.) (Earth-616) Appearances: Inhumanity #2

Jim was one of the A.I.M. agents in a facility that gathered Inhuman cocoons in the wake of Attilan's destruction and the release of the Terrigen Cloud over the world. Queen Medusa and some of her loyal warriors attacked the facility to liberate the Inhumans, and took Jim in the middle of the battle. Jim plead for his life, and Medusa told him to give a message to the rest of his own, that the queen was not amused.[5]

McCord

McCord (Quintronic Man) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 213 0001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #213

Pilot for the right arm of the Quintronic Man.[6]

Ramos

Ramos (Earth-616) from New Avengers - The Reunion Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: New Avengers: The Reunion #1

Ramos was a doctor infiltrated at Kerney General Hospital in Jersey City, where he assisted with the creation of a biological weapon for Monica Rappaccini. He was defeated by Mockingbird and Ronin, but not before he could send the weapon away.[7]

Rilker

Rilker (Earth-616) Appearances: Captain America Vol 3 #13

Rilker was in charge of one of A.I.M.'s weapon depots in Washington, D.C., that housed the AD-45 Riotbots. Using the alias Mr. Reynolds, he was also in charge of bribing politics to make them help A.I.M.'s purposes, until he was confronted by Captain America.[8]

Ritter

Ritter (A.I.M.) (Earth-616) Appearances: Sabretooth and Mystique #2

Ritter was Commander Cypher's second in command.[9] She later killed Ritter when he failed to deliver Sabretooth and Mystique to her.[10]

Skipper

Skipper (A.I.M.) (Earth-616) Appearances: Warriors Three #3

Skipper was part of an A.I.M. project to begin incorporating Asgardian abilities into weaponry. His team went to Niffleheim to free the Fenris Wolf. In exchange, he would allow them to study him in order to give normal humans godlike abilities.[3] He offered his teammate, Jack Gowan as a sacrifice to the Fenris Wolf, who quickly devoured him.[4]

Stetson

Stetson (Quintronic Man) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 213 0001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #213

Pilot for the left arm of the Quintronic Man.[6]

Travis

Travis (a.I.M.) (Earth-616) Appearances: Avengers Vol 5 #11, All-New Marvel NOW! Point One #1.NOW

Travis was one of the A.I.M. agents present in Hong Kong accompanying Mathias Deeds. He and Travis came across Sunspot and Cannonball, and while Doug wanted to report the presence of the Avengers, Travis preferred to drink with them. Travis even accepted Sunspot's offer to become a double agent for him.[2] Travis keep working for Sunspot, supporting him when he had to infiltrate A.I.M. Island to neutralize a Hulk-Serum that A.I.M. had developed.[11]

Van Dyke

VanDyke (Quintronic Man) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 213 0001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #213

Pilot for the right leg of the Quintronic Man.[6]

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