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Chronological Appearances (by Publication)


Title Year, Month
Adventures of the X-Men #7
1996, 10

1996, October

Agents of Atlas #3
2006, 12

2006, December

Agents of Atlas #4
2007, 01

2007, January

Alpha Flight #53
1987, 12

1987, December

Alpha Flight #54
1988, 01

1988, January

Alpha Flight #55
1988, 02

1988, February

Amazing Spider-Man #682
2012, 05

2012, May

Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #8
2018, 12

2018, December

Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (Animated Series) Season 1 18  
Avengers Academy #17
2011, 10

2011, October

Avengers #169
1978, 03

1978, March

Avengers #395
1996, 02

1996, February

Avengers #90
1971, 07

1971, July

Avengers #91
1971, 08

1971, August

Avengers Vol 3 #1
1998, 02

1998, February

Avengers Vol 3 #48
2002, 01

2002, January

Avengers Vol 8 #10
2019, 01

2019, January

Avengers Vol 8 #11
2019, 02

2019, February

Avengers Vol 8 #12
2019, 03

2019, March

Avengers Vol 8 #14
2019, 04

2019, April

Avengers Vol 8 #3
2018, 08

2018, August

Avengers Vol 8 #4
2018, 09

2018, September

Avengers Vol 8 #5
2018, 09

2018, September

Avengers Vol 8 #8
2018, 11

2018, November

Avengers vs. X-Men #7
2012, 09

2012, September

Bizarre Adventures #34
1983, 02

1983, February

Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #11
1999, 07

1999, July

Captain America: Steve Rogers #13
2017, 05

2017, May

Captain America: Steve Rogers #16
2017, 06

2017, June

Captain America: The First Avenger  
Captain America Corps #1
2011, 08

2011, August

Captain America The Movie! #1
1992, 05

1992, May

Captain America #348
1988, 12

1988, December

Captain America #349
1989, 01

1989, January

Captain America Vol 4 #12
2003, 06

2003, June

Captain Marvel #23
1972, 11

1972, November

Dark Reign: New Nation #1
2009, 02

2009, February

Deadpool Vol 3 #27
2014, 06

2014, June

Deadpool Vol 7 #7
2019, 02

2019, February

Defenders #13
1974, 05

1974, May

Defenders #14
1974, 07

1974, July

Doctor Zero #3
1988, 08

1988, August

Elektra Vol 3 #6
2014, 11

2014, November

Exiles #67
2005, 09

2005, September

Exiles #84
2006, 09

2006, September

Fantastic Force #2
1994, 12

1994, December

Fantastic Four Unlimited #10
1995, 07

1995, July

Fantastic Four #554
2008, 04

2008, April

Fantastic Four #555
2008, 05

2008, May

Fantastic Four #556
2008, 06

2008, June

Items:


Notes = ===Continuity Notes===
  • The individuals posing as Spider-Woman and Yellowjacket are actually Skrull spies as revealed in Secret Invasion #1.
Trivia = Recommended = %PAGE%=Fantastic Four Vol 1 556|%TITLE%=Fantastic Four Vol 1 556|%DATE%=|%USER%=|%ARGS%=§ Image = Fantastic Four Vol 1 556.jpg

§ Month = 6 § Year = 2008

§ Editor-in-Chief = Joe Quesada § CoverArtist1 = Bryan Hitch

§ Quotation = I'm just running through this list of potential nannies and wondered if we should go for a super hero this time. Do you think Wolverine would be interested? He seems to be on every other team right now... § Speaker = Susan Storm (Earth-616)§Sue Richards

§ StoryTitle1 = World's Greatest: Part 3 § Synopsis1 = C.A.P. the Nu-World's robotic guardian has disabled its safety protocolss and escaped. Arriving in Alaska to seek out soldiers to neutralise it comes across some soldiers out on patrol and eliminates them. It then makes its way to the nearest air base and decimates it. This is all monitored by the tracking devices at the Earth-Trust, the creators of Nu-Earth. Ted Castle and his wife Alyssa Moy are scrambling to figure out a way to shut down C.A.P. Alyssa tells her husband that a strong super-hero presence could be enough to stop the robot. Ted puts in the call to every super-hero in the books.

In Manhattan, Johnny Storm is woken up by a technician for the new reality show that is being produced about Johnny's new band, he tells Johnny that his agent is waiting for him. His agent is upset that Johnny didn't show up for practice. Johnny insists that he was held up stopping a diamond heist. Fed up with how flaky the Human Torch is, his agent tells Johnny to call when he's serious as he has other potential clients more worthy of his time. With the cameras not set up in his room yet, Johnny rushes back to his room where Psionics is getting dressed. She finds it funny that he's panicing about sleeping with a super-villain instead of turning her in to the authorities, but she assures him that she will keep their secret. She then tells him that she has work to do, but assures him that she will call.

At the Baxter Building, Sue learns that Reed is still away leaving her to puzzle over a new nanny for the children to herself. Suddenly Alyssa teleports into the Baxter Building and asks for the team's help. Although Reed is not back yet, Sue agrees to mobilise Johnny and Ben. She tells Franklin to look after her sister before they depart for Alaska. There Alyssa informs Ted that Mister Fantastic is going to be away for another hour and learns that fourty heroes were gathered to fight C.A.P. but were defeated eight minutes prior. The three members of the Fantastic Four clear the next ridge and see the combined might of the New Avengers, Mighty Avengers, the Initative, the Young Avengers and other assorted heroes unconcious at the hands of C.A.P.

The Fantastic Four attack the massive robot but it is able to fight off its defenses. This distracting gives the other heroes a chance to recover and fight back as well. However the robot teleports away and takes down Fort Greely before teleporting to Russia to take down the defenses there as well. Just then they get radio contact from Mister Fantastic who tells them that he is on his way.

§ Writer1_1 = Mark Millar § Penciler1_1 = Bryan Hitch § Inker1_1 = Bryan Hitch § Inker1_2 = Andrew Currie § Colourist1_1 = Paul Mounts § Letterer1_1 = Rus Wooton § Editor1_1 = Tom Brevoort

§ Appearing1 = Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Assembled Heroes:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

Races and Species:

Locations:

Items:


§ Notes = ===Continuity Notes===

  • The individuals posing as Spider-Woman and Yellowjacket are actually Skrull spies as revealed in {c§Secret Invasion #1}.

§ Trivia = § Recommended = § Links = }}

Items:


Notes = ===Continuity Notes===
  • The individuals posing as Spider-Woman and Yellowjacket are actually Skrull spies as revealed in Secret Invasion #1.
Trivia = Recommended = %PAGE%=Fantastic Four Vol 1 556|%TITLE%=Fantastic Four Vol 1 556|%DATE%=|%USER%=|%ARGS%=§ Image = Fantastic Four Vol 1 556.jpg

§ Month = 6 § Year = 2008

§ Editor-in-Chief = Joe Quesada § CoverArtist1 = Bryan Hitch

§ Quotation = I'm just running through this list of potential nannies and wondered if we should go for a super hero this time. Do you think Wolverine would be interested? He seems to be on every other team right now... § Speaker = Susan Storm (Earth-616)§Sue Richards

§ StoryTitle1 = World's Greatest: Part 3 § Synopsis1 = C.A.P. the Nu-World's robotic guardian has disabled its safety protocolss and escaped. Arriving in Alaska to seek out soldiers to neutralise it comes across some soldiers out on patrol and eliminates them. It then makes its way to the nearest air base and decimates it. This is all monitored by the tracking devices at the Earth-Trust, the creators of Nu-Earth. Ted Castle and his wife Alyssa Moy are scrambling to figure out a way to shut down C.A.P. Alyssa tells her husband that a strong super-hero presence could be enough to stop the robot. Ted puts in the call to every super-hero in the books.

In Manhattan, Johnny Storm is woken up by a technician for the new reality show that is being produced about Johnny's new band, he tells Johnny that his agent is waiting for him. His agent is upset that Johnny didn't show up for practice. Johnny insists that he was held up stopping a diamond heist. Fed up with how flaky the Human Torch is, his agent tells Johnny to call when he's serious as he has other potential clients more worthy of his time. With the cameras not set up in his room yet, Johnny rushes back to his room where Psionics is getting dressed. She finds it funny that he's panicing about sleeping with a super-villain instead of turning her in to the authorities, but she assures him that she will keep their secret. She then tells him that she has work to do, but assures him that she will call.

At the Baxter Building, Sue learns that Reed is still away leaving her to puzzle over a new nanny for the children to herself. Suddenly Alyssa teleports into the Baxter Building and asks for the team's help. Although Reed is not back yet, Sue agrees to mobilise Johnny and Ben. She tells Franklin to look after her sister before they depart for Alaska. There Alyssa informs Ted that Mister Fantastic is going to be away for another hour and learns that fourty heroes were gathered to fight C.A.P. but were defeated eight minutes prior. The three members of the Fantastic Four clear the next ridge and see the combined might of the New Avengers, Mighty Avengers, the Initative, the Young Avengers and other assorted heroes unconcious at the hands of C.A.P.

The Fantastic Four attack the massive robot but it is able to fight off its defenses. This distracting gives the other heroes a chance to recover and fight back as well. However the robot teleports away and takes down Fort Greely before teleporting to Russia to take down the defenses there as well. Just then they get radio contact from Mister Fantastic who tells them that he is on his way.

§ Writer1_1 = Mark Millar § Penciler1_1 = Bryan Hitch § Inker1_1 = Bryan Hitch § Inker1_2 = Andrew Currie § Colourist1_1 = Paul Mounts § Letterer1_1 = Rus Wooton § Editor1_1 = Tom Brevoort

§ Appearing1 = Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Assembled Heroes:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

Races and Species:

Locations:

Items:


§ Notes = ===Continuity Notes===

  • The individuals posing as Spider-Woman and Yellowjacket are actually Skrull spies as revealed in {c§Secret Invasion #1}.

§ Trivia = § Recommended = § Links = }}

Fantastic Four #557
2008, 07

2008, July

Ghost Rider Vol 3 #31
1992, 11

1992, November

Ghost Rider X-Mas Special Infinite Comic #1
2017, 02

2017, February

Gwenpool Holiday Special: Merry Mix Up #1
2017, 02

2017, February

Immortal Hulk #4
2018, 10

2018, October

Incredible Hulk #442
1996, 06

1996, June

Invaders Vol 3 #1
2019, 03

2019, March

Iron Man: Armored Adventures Season 1 24  
Iron Man #319
1995, 08

1995, August

Iron Man #322
1995, 11

1995, November

Iron Man #323
1995, 12

1995, December

Iron Man #324
1996, 01

1996, January

Iron Man #325
1996, 02

1996, February

Iron Man #37
1971, 05

1971, May

Iron Man Vol 3 #54
2002, 06

2002, June

Iron Man Vol 3 #55
2002, 07

2002, July

Journey into Mystery #84
1962, 09

1962, September

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 2 19  
Marvel's The Avengers  
Marvel's The Avengers #1
2015, 02

2015, February

Marvel: The Avengers Prelude: Fury's Big Week #1
2012, 04

2012, April

Marvel: The Avengers Prelude: Fury's Big Week #4
2012, 06

2012, June

Marvel Boy: The Uranian #3
2010, 05

2010, May

Marvel Super Hero Contest of Champions #2
1982, 07

1982, July

Master of Kung Fu #47
1976, 12

1976, December

Mighty Avengers #20
2009, 02

2009, February

Monsters on the Prowl #20
1972, 12

1972, December

(Reprint)
New Mutants: Dead Souls #2
2018, 06

2018, June

New Warriors Vol 5 #10
2014, 11

2014, November

New Warriors Vol 5 #11
2014, 12

2014, December

New Warriors Vol 5 #12
2015, 01

2015, January

Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow  
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 #28
1991, 10

1991, October

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 #29
1991, 11

1991, November

Phoenix Resurrection: The Return of Jean Grey #1
2018, 02

2018, February

Power Man and Iron Fist #115
1985, 03

1985, March

Punisher Vol 7 #14
2005, 01

2005, January

Quicksilver: No Surrender #1
2018, 07

2018, July

Quicksilver: No Surrender #4
2018, 10

2018, October

Savage Sword of Conan #8
1975, 10

1975, October

Secret Avengers Vol 2 #2
2013, 05

2013, May

Sensational Spider-Man Vol 2 #27
2006, 08

2006, August

Starbrand & Nightmask #2
2016, 03

2016, March

Starbrand & Nightmask #3
2016, 04

2016, April

Starbrand & Nightmask #4
2016, 05

2016, May

Supreme Power: Hyperion #1
2005, 11

2005, November

Supreme Power: Hyperion #2
2005, 12

2005, December

Supreme Power: Hyperion #4
2006, 02

2006, February

Supreme Power: Hyperion #5
2006, 03

2006, March

Tales of Suspense #27
1962, 03

1962, March

Thor Vol 5 #8
2019, 02

2019, February

Thor Vol 5 #9
2019, 03

2019, March

Thunderbolts Vol 3 #10
2017, 04

2017, April

Thunderbolts Vol 3 #12
2017, 06

2017, June

Thunderbolts Vol 3 #4
2016, 10

2016, October

Thunderbolts Vol 3 #5
2016, 11

2016, November

Thunderbolts Vol 3 #6
2016, 12

2016, December

Thunderbolts Vol 3 #7
2017, 01

2017, January

Thunderbolts Vol 3 #8
2017, 02

2017, February

Thunderbolts Vol 3 #9
2017, 03

2017, March

Ultimate X-Men #26
2003, 02

2003, February

Ultimatum #3
2009, 03

2009, March

Venom #1
2003, 06

2003, June

Venom #13
2004, 06

2004, June

Venom #2
2003, 07

2003, July

Venom #3
2003, 08

2003, August

Venom #4
2003, 09

2003, September

Venom #5
2003, 10

2003, October

War Machine #7
1994, 10

1994, October

What If? #24
1980, 12

1980, December

What The--?! #16
1992, 01

1992, January

Wolverine Vol 2 #83
1994, 07

1994, July

Wolverine Vol 2 #84
1994, 08

1994, August

X-Factor #139
1997, 11

1997, November

X-Factor #233
2012, 05

2012, May

X-Factor #234
2012, 06

2012, June

X-Factor #258
2013, 08

2013, August

X-Men: Evolution Season 1 12  
X-Men: Evolution Season 1 13  
X-Men: Evolution Season 1 8  
X-Men: Giant-Size #1
2011, 07

2011, July

X-Men: The Animated Series Season 5 2  
X-Men First Class #1
2006, 11

2006, November

X-Men Phoenix Endsong #3
2005, 04

2005, April

X-Men Phoenix Endsong #4
2005, 05

2005, May

X-Men Phoenix Endsong #5
2005, 06

2005, June

X-Men #40
1968, 01

1968, January

Zombies Assemble 2 #1
2017, 10

2017, October

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