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Chronological Appearances (by Publication)


Title Year, Month
4 #19
2005, 08

2005, August

4 #20
2005, 09

2005, September

4 #28
2006, 05

2006, May

4 #30
2006, 07

2006, July

All-New Invaders #8
2014, 09

2014, September

All-New Marvel NOW! Point One #1.NOW
2014, 03

2014, March

Alpha Flight/Inhumans Annual #1998
1998, 11

1998, November

Amazing Adventures Vol 2 #1
1970, 08

1970, August

Amazing Adventures Vol 2 #10
1972, 01

1972, January

Amazing Adventures Vol 2 #2
1970, 09

1970, September

Amazing Adventures Vol 2 #3
1970, 11

1970, November

Amazing Adventures Vol 2 #4
1971, 01

1971, January

Amazing Adventures Vol 2 #5
1971, 03

1971, March

Amazing Adventures Vol 2 #6
1971, 05

1971, May

Amazing Adventures Vol 2 #7
1971, 07

1971, July

Amazing Adventures Vol 2 #8
1971, 09

1971, September

Amazing Adventures Vol 2 #9
1971, 11

1971, November

Amazing Spider-Man #530
2006, 05

2006, May

Astonishing X-Men Vol 3 #14
2006, 06

2006, June

Avengers: The Initiative #19
2009, 01

2009, January

Avengers: The Initiative #4
2007, 09

2007, September

Avengers Academy #2
2010, 09

2010, September

Avengers Annual #12
1983, 00

1983

Avengers Annual #6
1976, 11

1976, November

Avengers #118
1973, 12

1973, December

Avengers #127
1974, 09

1974, September

Avengers #188
1979, 10

1979, October

Avengers #248
1984, 10

1984, October

Avengers #262
1985, 12

1985, December

Avengers #334
1991, 07

1991, July

Avengers #95
1972, 01

1972, January

Avengers Vol 5 #1
2013, 02

2013, February

Avengers Vol 5 #28
2014, 06

2014, June

Avengers Vol 5 #35
2014, 11

2014, November

Avengers Vol 5 #40
2015, 03

2015, March

Avengers Vol 5 #41
2015, 04

2015, April

Avengers Vol 5 #42
2015, 05

2015, May

Avengers Vol 5 #43
2015, 06

2015, June

Avengers Vol 5 #44
2015, 06

2015, June

Beyond #6
2007, 02

2007, February

Black Bolt #1
2017, 07

2017, July

Black Bolt #10
2018, 04

2018, April

Black Bolt #11
2018, 05

2018, May

Black Bolt #12
2018, 06

2018, June

Black Bolt #2
2017, 08

2017, August

Black Bolt #3
2017, 09

2017, September

Black Bolt #4
2017, 10

2017, October

Black Bolt #5
2017, 11

2017, November

Black Bolt #6
2017, 12

2017, December

Black Bolt #7
2018, 01

2018, January

Black Bolt #8
2018, 02

2018, February

Black Bolt #9
2018, 03

2018, March

Black Panther Vol 4 #18
2006, 09

2006, September

Black Panther Vol 4 #19
2006, 10

2006, October

Black Panther Vol 4 #20
2006, 11

2006, November

Bug #1
1997, 03

1997, March

Captain America: Steve Rogers #5
2016, 11

2016, November

Captain America and the Mighty Avengers #7
2015, 06

2015, June

Captain America and the Mighty Avengers #8
2015, 07

2015, July

Captain America and the Mighty Avengers #9
2015, 08

2015, August

Captain Marvel #53
1977, 11

1977, November

Civil War II: The Oath #1
2017, 03

2017, March

Civil War II #1
2016, 08

2016, August

Civil War II #4
2016, 09

2016, September

Cosmic Ghost Rider Destroys Marvel History #1
2019, 05

2019, May

Daredevil #272
1989, 11

1989, November

Daredevil #274
1989, 12

1989, December

Dazzler #19
1982, 09

1982, September

Dazzler #32
1984, 06

1984, June

Death of Inhumans #1
2018, 09

2018, September

Death of Inhumans #2
2018, 10

2018, October

Death of Inhumans #3
2018, 11

2018, November

Death of Inhumans #4
2018, 12

2018, December

Death of Inhumans #5
2019, 01

2019, January

Death of X #2
2016, 12

2016, December

Death of X #4
2017, 01

2017, January

Extraordinary X-Men #19
2017, 04

2017, April

FF #18
2012, 07

2012, July

FF #20
2012, 09

2012, September

FF #21
2012, 10

2012, October

FF #5
2011, 08

2011, August

FF #6
2011, 09

2011, September

FF #7
2011, 09

2011, September

FF #8
2011, 10

2011, October

FF #9
2011, 11

2011, November

FF Vol 2 #14
2014, 01

2014, January

FF Vol 2 #15
2014, 02

2014, February

FF Vol 2 #16
2014, 03

2014, March

FF Vol 2 #6
2013, 06

2013, June

FF Vol 2 #7
2013, 07

2013, July

FF Vol 2 #8
2013, 08

2013, August

Fantastic Four: Atlantis Rising #1
1995, 06

1995, June

Fantastic Four: Atlantis Rising #2
1995, 07

1995, July

Fantastic Four: Fireworks #1
1999, 01

1999, January

Fantastic Four: Fireworks #2
1999, 02

1999, February

Fantastic Four: Fireworks #3
1999, 03

1999, March

Fantastic Four: The Wedding Special #1
2006, 01

2006, January

Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Comics Magazine #11
2001, 12

2001, December

Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Comics Magazine #12
2002, 01

2002, January

Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Comics Magazine #4
2001, 05

2001, May

Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Comics Magazine #5
2001, 06

2001, June

Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Comics Magazine #7
2001, 08

2001, August

Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Comics Magazine #8
2001, 09

2001, September

Fantastic Four (1994 animated series) Season 2 12  
Fantastic Four Annual #12
1977, 11

1977, November

Fantastic Four Annual #18
1984, 08

1984, August

Fantastic Four Annual #21
1988, 09

1988, September

Fantastic Four Annual #5
1967, 11

1967, November

Fantastic Four Unlimited #10
1995, 07

1995, July

Fantastic Four Unlimited #11
1995, 09

1995, September

Fantastic Four Unlimited #2
1993, 06

1993, June

Fantastic Four #129
1972, 12

1972, December

Fantastic Four #130
1973, 01

1973, January

Fantastic Four #131
1973, 02

1973, February

Fantastic Four #132
1973, 03

1973, March

Fantastic Four #150
1974, 09

1974, September

Fantastic Four #158
1975, 05

1975, May

Fantastic Four #159
1975, 06

1975, June

Fantastic Four #240
1982, 03

1982, March

Fantastic Four #248
1982, 11

1982, November

Fantastic Four #304
1987, 07

1987, July

Fantastic Four #306
1987, 09

1987, September

Fantastic Four #374
1993, 03

1993, March

Fantastic Four #375
1993, 04

1993, April

Fantastic Four #391
1994, 08

1994, August

Fantastic Four #400
1995, 05

1995, May

Fantastic Four #401
1995, 06

1995, June

Fantastic Four #402
1995, 07

1995, July

Fantastic Four #411
1996, 04

1996, April

Fantastic Four #412
1996, 05

1996, May

Fantastic Four #413
1996, 06

1996, June

Fantastic Four #416
1996, 09

1996, September

Fantastic Four #45
1965, 12

1965, December

Fantastic Four #46
1966, 01

1966, January

Fantastic Four #47
1966, 02

1966, February

Fantastic Four #48
1966, 03

1966, March

Fantastic Four #50
1966, 05

1966, May

Fantastic Four #52
1966, 07

1966, July

Fantastic Four #536
2006, 05

2006, May

Fantastic Four #54
1966, 09

1966, September

Fantastic Four #56
1966, 11

1966, November

Fantastic Four #57
1966, 12

1966, December

Fantastic Four #577
2010, 05

2010, May

Fantastic Four #59
1967, 02

1967, February

Fantastic Four #60
1967, 03

1967, March

Fantastic Four #600
2012, 01

2012, January

Fantastic Four #601
2012, 02

2012, February

Fantastic Four #602
2012, 03

2012, March

Fantastic Four #603
2012, 04

2012, April

Fantastic Four #61
1967, 04

1967, April

Fantastic Four #62
1967, 05

1967, May

Fantastic Four #82
1969, 01

1969, January

Fantastic Four #83
1969, 02

1969, February

Fantastic Four #99
1970, 06

1970, June

Fantastic Four Vol 3 #51
2002, 03

2002, March

Fantastic Four Vol 3 #52
2002, 04

2002, April

Fantastic Four Vol 3 #53
2002, 05

2002, May

Fantastic Four Vol 3 #54
2002, 06

2002, June

Fantastic Four Vol 4 #16
2014, 03

2014, March

Fantastic Four Vol 5 #5
2014, 07

2014, July

Free Comic Book Day Vol 2015 Secret Wars
2015, 07

2015, July

G.L.A. #2
2005, 07

2005, July

G.L.A. #3
2005, 08

2005, August

Gamer's Handbook of the Marvel Universe #1
1988, 00

1988

Girl Comics Vol 2 #2
2010, 07

2010, July

Guardians of the Galaxy #27
1992, 08

1992, August

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 #13
2009, 06

2009, June

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 #14
2009, 07

2009, July

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 #15
2009, 08

2009, August

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 #2
2013, 06

2013, June

Hercules Vol 3 #3
2005, 08

2005, August

Heroes for Hire Vol 2 #11
2007, 08

2007, August

IVX #0
2017, 01

2017, January

IVX #1
2017, 02

2017, February

IVX #3
2017, 03

2017, March

IVX #5
2017, 04

2017, April

IVX #6
2017, 05

2017, May

I Heart Marvel #1
2006, 04

2006, April

Incredible Hulk Special #1
1968, 10

1968, October

Incredible Hulk #175
1974, 05

1974, May

Incredible Hulk Vol 2 #105
2007, 06

2007, June

Incredible Hulk Vol 2 #92
2006, 04

2006, April

Infinity: Heist #2
2013, 12

2013, December

Infinity #1
2013, 10

2013, October

Infinity #2
2013, 11

2013, November

Infinity #3
2013, 11

2013, November

Infinity #4
2013, 12

2013, December

Infinity #5
2013, 12

2013, December

Infinity #6
2014, 01

2014, January

Inhuman Annual #1
2015, 07

2015, July

Inhuman #1
2014, 06

2014, June

Inhuman #11
2015, 03

2015, March

Inhuman #12
2015, 04

2015, April

Inhuman #6
2014, 11

2014, November

Inhuman #7
2014, 12

2014, December

Inhuman #8
2015, 01

2015, January

Inhumanity #1
2014, 02

2014, February

Inhumans: Judgment Day #1
2018, 03

2018, March

Inhumans: Once and Future Kings #1
2017, 10

2017, October

Inhumans: Once and Future Kings #2
2017, 11

2017, November

Inhumans: Once and Future Kings #3
2017, 12

2017, December

Inhumans: Once and Future Kings #4
2018, 01

2018, January

Inhumans: Once and Future Kings #5
2018, 02

2018, February

Inhumans: The Great Refuge #1
1995, 05

1995, May

Inhumans Prime #1
2017, 05

2017, May

Inhumans Special #1
1990, 04

1990, April

Inhumans #1
1975, 10

1975, October

Inhumans #10
1977, 04

1977, April

Inhumans #11
1977, 06

1977, June

Inhumans #12
1977, 08

1977, August

Inhumans #2
1975, 12

1975, December

Inhumans #3
1976, 02

1976, February

Inhumans #4
1976, 04

1976, April

Inhumans #5
1976, 06

1976, June

Inhumans #6
1976, 08

1976, August

Inhumans #7
1976, 10

1976, October

Inhumans #8
1976, 12

1976, December

Inhumans Vol 2 #1
1998, 11

1998, November

Inhumans Vol 2 #10
1999, 08

1999, August

Inhumans Vol 2 #11
1999, 09

1999, September

Inhumans Vol 2 #12
1999, 10

1999, October

Inhumans Vol 2 #2
1998, 12

1998, December

Inhumans Vol 2 #3
1999, 01

1999, January

Inhumans Vol 2 #4
1999, 02

1999, February

Inhumans Vol 2 #5
1999, 03

1999, March

Inhumans Vol 2 #6
1999, 04

1999, April

Inhumans Vol 2 #7
1999, 05

1999, May

Inhumans Vol 2 #8
1999, 06

1999, June

Inhumans Vol 2 #9
1999, 07

1999, July

Inhumans Vol 3 #1
2000, 06

2000, June

Inhumans Vol 3 #2
2000, 07

2000, July

Inhumans Vol 3 #3
2000, 08

2000, August

Inhumans Vol 3 #4
2000, 10

2000, October

Inhumans Vol 4 #1
2003, 07

2003, July

Inhumans Vol 4 #2
2003, 08

2003, August

Inhumans Vol 4 #9
2004, 04

2004, April

Invincible Iron Man #19
2007, 08

2007, August

Iron Man: Legacy #10
2011, 03

2011, March

Iron Man: Legacy #11
2011, 04

2011, April

Iron Man: Legacy #6
2010, 11

2010, November

Iron Man #57
1973, 04

1973, April

Irredeemable Ant-Man #10
2007, 09

2007, September

Lockjaw #1
2018, 04

2018, April

Lockjaw #4
2018, 07

2018, July

Loki: Agent of Asgard #14
2015, 07

2015, July

Marvel 101 Season 1 15  
Marvel 101 Season 1 21  
Marvel 101 Season 1 27  
Marvel 101 Season 1 41  
Marvel 101 Season 1 44  
Marvel 101 Season 1 46  
Marvel 101 Season 1 47  
Marvel 101 Season 1 79  
Marvel Avengers: The Ultimate Character Guide #1
2010, 00

2010

Marvel Avengers: The Ultimate Character Guide #2
2015, 00

2015

Marvel Comics Presents #168
1994, 11

1994, November

Marvel Encyclopedia #1
2002, 00

2002

Marvel Encyclopedia #Fantastic Four
2004, 11

2004, November

Marvel Encyclopedia #The Incredible Hulk
2003, 05

2003, May

Marvel Graphic Novel #1
1982, 04

1982, April

Marvel Graphic Novel #39
1988, 12

1988, December

Marvel Graphic Novel #58
1990, 00

1990

Marvel Previews Vol 2 #26
2014, 10

2014, October

Marvel Saga #23
1987, 10

1987, October

Marvel Super-Heroes #15
1968, 07

1968, July

Marvel Super Hero Contest of Champions #1
1982, 06

1982, June

Marvel Swimsuit Special #2
1993, 01

1993, January

Marvel Swimsuit Special #3
1994, 01

1994, January

Marvel Team-Up #11
1973, 07

1973, July

Marvel Top 10 Season 1 22  
Marvel Top 10 Season 1 6  
Marvel Two-In-One Annual #4
1979, 12

1979, December

Marvel Two-In-One #72
1981, 02

1981, February

Mighty Avengers #1
2007, 05

2007, May

Mighty Avengers #27
2009, 09

2009, September

Mighty Avengers #8
2008, 04

2008, April

Monsters Unleashed Vol 2 #4
2017, 05

2017, May

Namor the Sub-Mariner #45
1993, 12

1993, December

Nation X #4
2010, 05

2010, May

New Avengers: Illuminati #1
2006, 05

2006, May

New Avengers: Illuminati Vol 2 #1
2007, 02

2007, February

New Avengers: Illuminati Vol 2 #2
2007, 03

2007, March

New Avengers: Illuminati Vol 2 #3
2007, 07

2007, July

New Avengers: Illuminati Vol 2 #4
2007, 09

2007, September

New Avengers #10
2005, 10

2005, October

New Avengers #24
2006, 11

2006, November

New Avengers #7
2005, 07

2005, July

New Avengers #8
2005, 08

2005, August

New Avengers #9
2005, 09

2005, September

New Avengers Vol 3 #1
2013, 03

2013, March

New Avengers Vol 3 #10
2013, 11

2013, November

New Avengers Vol 3 #12
2014, 01

2014, January

New Avengers Vol 3 #14
2014, 04

2014, April

New Avengers Vol 3 #15
2014, 05

2014, May

New Avengers Vol 3 #17
2014, 06

2014, June

New Avengers Vol 3 #18
2014, 07

2014, July

New Avengers Vol 3 #19
2014, 08

2014, August

New Avengers Vol 3 #2
2013, 03

2013, March

New Avengers Vol 3 #20
2014, 08

2014, August

New Avengers Vol 3 #21
2014, 09

2014, September

New Avengers Vol 3 #22
2014, 10

2014, October

New Avengers Vol 3 #23
2014, 10

2014, October

New Avengers Vol 3 #28
2015, 02

2015, February

New Avengers Vol 3 #29
2015, 03

2015, March

New Avengers Vol 3 #3
2013, 04

2013, April

New Avengers Vol 3 #4
2013, 05

2013, May

New Avengers Vol 3 #5
2013, 06

2013, June

New Avengers Vol 3 #6
2013, 07

2013, July

New Avengers Vol 3 #7
2013, 08

2013, August

New Avengers Vol 3 #8
2013, 09

2013, September

New Avengers Vol 3 #9
2013, 10

2013, October

New Avengers Vol 4 #12
2016, 08

2016, August

New Warriors #6
1990, 12

1990, December

New Warriors Vol 5 #3
2014, 06

2014, June

Not Brand Echh #14
2018, 01

2018, January

Nova Vol 2 #12
1994, 12

1994, December

Nova Vol 2 #13
1995, 01

1995, January

Nova Vol 4 #32
2010, 02

2010, February

Nova Vol 4 #33
2010, 03

2010, March

Nova Vol 4 #34
2010, 04

2010, April

Nova Vol 4 #35
2010, 05

2010, May

Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z #1
2008, 03

2008, March

Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #22
1992, 09

1992, September

Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #2
1983, 02

1983, February

Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #5
1983, 05

1983, May

Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 #2
1986, 01

1986, January

Origin of Marvel Comics: X-Men #1
2010, 11

2010, November

Original Sin #0
2014, 06

2014, June

Original Sins #3
2014, 09

2014, September

Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #11
1977, 10

1977, October

Quasar #54
1994, 01

1994, January

Quasar #55
1994, 02

1994, February

Quasar #56
1994, 03

1994, March

Quasar #57
1994, 04

1994, April

Quicksilver #10
1998, 08

1998, August

Quicksilver #13
1998, 11

1998, November

Quicksilver #4
1998, 02

1998, February

Quicksilver #5
1998, 03

1998, March

Quicksilver #6
1998, 04

1998, April

Royals #3
2017, 07

2017, July

Royals #9
2017, 12

2017, December

Secret Defenders #11
1994, 01

1994, January

Secret Invasion: Inhumans #1
2008, 10

2008, October

Secret Invasion: Inhumans #2
2008, 11

2008, November

Secret Invasion: Inhumans #3
2008, 12

2008, December

Secret Invasion: Inhumans #4
2009, 01

2009, January

Secret Invasion: War of Kings #1
2009, 03

2009, March

Secret Invasion Who Do You Trust? #1
2008, 08

2008, August

Secret Wars #1
2015, 07

2015, July

Silent War #1
2007, 03

2007, March

Silent War #2
2007, 04

2007, April

Silent War #3
2007, 05

2007, May

Silent War #4
2007, 06

2007, June

Silent War #5
2007, 07

2007, July

Silent War #6
2007, 08

2007, August

Silver Surfer #18
1970, 09

1970, September

Silver Surfer Vol 3 #41
1990, 09

1990, September

Silver Surfer Vol 3 #60
1991, 12

1991, December

Son of M #2
2006, 03

2006, March

Son of M #3
2006, 04

2006, April

Son of M #4
2006, 05

2006, May

Son of M #5
2006, 06

2006, June

Son of M #6
2006, 07

2006, July

Spectacular Spider-Man Super Special #1
1995, 09

1995, September

Spider-Woman Vol 6 #10
2016, 10

2016, October

Squadron Supreme Vol 4 #6
2016, 06

2016, June

Squadron Supreme Vol 4 #7
2016, 07

2016, July

Squadron Supreme Vol 4 #8
2016, 08

2016, August

Starblast #1
1994, 01

1994, January

Starblast #2
1994, 02

1994, February

Starblast #3
1994, 03

1994, March

Starblast #4
1994, 04

1994, April

Startling Stories: The Thing #1
2003, 10

2003, October

Sub-Mariner #2
1968, 06

1968, June

Thanos: The Infinity Finale #1
2016, 06

2016, June

Thing #3
1983, 09

1983, September

Thing Vol 2 #4
2006, 04

2006, April

Thing Vol 2 #8
2006, 08

2006, August

Thor #146
1967, 11

1967, November

Thor #148
1968, 01

1968, January

Thor #149
1968, 02

1968, February

Thor #152
1968, 05

1968, May

Thor #400
1989, 02

1989, February

Thunderbolts: Life Sentences #1
2001, 07

2001, July

Thunderbolts #44
2000, 11

2000, November

Uncanny Inhumans #0
2015, 06

2015, June

Uncanny Inhumans #1
2015, 12

2015, December

Uncanny Inhumans #12
2016, 10

2016, October

Uncanny Inhumans #13
2016, 11

2016, November

Uncanny Inhumans #14
2016, 12

2016, December

Uncanny Inhumans #15
2017, 01

2017, January

Uncanny Inhumans #16
2017, 01

2017, January

Uncanny Inhumans #17
2017, 02

2017, February

Uncanny Inhumans #2
2016, 01

2016, January

Uncanny Inhumans #20
2017, 05

2017, May

Uncanny Inhumans #3
2016, 02

2016, February

Uncanny Inhumans #4
2016, 03

2016, March

Uncanny Inhumans #5
2016, 04

2016, April

Uncanny Inhumans #6
2016, 05

2016, May

Uncanny Inhumans #7
2016, 06

2016, June

Uncanny X-Men: First Class #1
2009, 09

2009, September

Uncanny X-Men: First Class #2
2009, 10

2009, October

Uncanny X-Men #-1
1997, 07

1997, July

Vision and the Scarlet Witch #4
1983, 02

1983, February

Vision and the Scarlet Witch Vol 2 #10
1986, 07

1986, July

War of Kings: Ascension #4
2009, 09

2009, September

War of Kings: Savage World of Skaar #1
2009, 08

2009, August

War of Kings: Warriors #2
2009, 10

2009, October

War of Kings Saga #1
2009, 00

2009

War of Kings #1
2009, 05

2009, May

War of Kings #2
2009, 06

2009, June

War of Kings #3
2009, 07

2009, July

War of Kings #5
2009, 09

2009, September

War of Kings #6
2009, 10

2009, October

Webspinners: Tales of Spider-Man #4
1999, 04

1999, April

What If? Planet Hulk #1
2007, 12

2007, December

What If? #29
1981, 10

1981, October

What If? #30
1981, 12

1981, December

World War Hulk: Gamma Files #1
2007, 08

2007, August

X-Factor Annual #2
1987, 10

1987, October

X-Factor Annual #8
1993, 05

1993, May

X-Factor #67
1991, 06

1991, June

X-Factor #68
1991, 07

1991, July

X-Men: Kingbreaker #4
2009, 05

2009, May

X-Men: Red Annual #1
2018, 07

2018, July

X-Men: The Hidden Years #16
2001, 03

2001, March

X-Men First Class Vol 2 #13
2008, 08

2008, August

X-Men First Class Vol 2 #15
2008, 10

2008, October

X-Men Forever #4
2001, 04

2001, April

X-Statix #26
2004, 10

2004, October

==Chronological Order:==


Appearances highlighting powers, encounters and key events (chronological, with key events starred and in italics) Thanks to the Marvel Chronology Project for timeline

*Thor 148: Birth of Black Bolt- his birth cry destroys room

*Thor 149: Black Bolt released from soundless room

*Avengers 95: Flashback to Black bolt's shout destroying Kree envoy which inadvertently kills his parents and drives Maximus mad

What If 29: Black Bolt encounters Ikaris. He breaks free of a full nelson and also a rear bear hug from Ikaris who’s being “playful”. Black Bolt then swipes him with an indirect Master Blow that sends him flying.

*What If 30: Black Bolt moves Attilan from Atlantic island to the Himalayas

Inhumans Untold Saga: Black Bolt sends Trikon (alpha primitives super-enhanced by Maximus) into negative zone. Black Bolt gives up crown to save hostages from Maximus, and Royal family is exiled

*Fantastic Four 45: First appearance of Black Bolt. Black Bolt described as most powerful

Fantastic Four 46: Black Bolt introduced as strong, agile fighter : he demonstrates his incredible punch called "the Master Blow" against Thing which almost knocks the Thing out (looks like a standing knock-out, “He totters- but he does not fall”)

Fantastic Four 47: Black Bolt reclaims crown as Inhumans return from exile

Fantastic Four 48: Maximus puts up negative zone barrier around Attilan

Fantastic Four 59: Black Bolt's shout frees Attilan, but with damage. Inhumans temporarily leave Attilan while it is rebuilt

FF Annual 5: Black Bolt destroys Psychoman’s supreme weapon with a blast from his antenna, and Black Panther tackles him down.

Hulk Annual 1: Black Bolt defeats Hulk with a whisper. Hulk soon wakes up, only to help Black Bolt fight their common enemy, Nebulo

Amazing Adventures 1: Black Bolt BB uses antenna to emit corrosive neutrons

Amazing Adventures 2: Black Bolt knocks the Thing back with an electron blast from his antenna, and ruins the guy’s bathrobe in the process. Later, he uses an electron charge to fix the bathrobe

Silver Surfer 18: Black Bolt meets the Silver Surfer but they don’t fight directly: Silver Surfer speeds away from any confrontation.

Amazing Adventures 3: Black Bolt melts ground beneath feet

Amazing Adventures 4: Black Bolt creates hypno pattern that freezes Mandarin

Amazing Adventures 5: Black Bolt actually seen with mask off when he goes to human city. He is given amnesia by Maximus

Amazing Adventures 6: Maximus controls minds of Attilan

Amazing Adventures #9 and #10: Black Bolt breaks free of the mind control from one of Magneto’s monsters, smacks Magneto a few times, and then defeats the monster with his voice. Magneto runs away. Black Bolt uses voice to tunnel and fight

Avengers 95: BB uses voice to break through barrier and mind control of Maximus

New Avengers Illuminati 1: 2007: Black Bolt destroys Skrull warship with voice

Fantastic Four 131: The Alpha Primitives revolt

Fantastic Four 132: After Omega is stopped, the Alpha Primitives are freed

Marvel Team-up 11: Black Bolt knocks out “Kang” with his shout, but it turns out that it is only a Kang puppet…

Hulk #175: Black Bolt probes Hulk’s physical make-up with an electron blast, then tailors his shout to have maximum impact on the Hulk who collapses. They then ship him off in a space ship…

Avengers 127, Fantastic Four 150: Franklin destroys Ultron-7 just as he’s attacking everybody (FF, Inhumans, Avengers).

Fantastic Four 158: Surprise attack by Xemu and his army from the Fifth dimension sees Black Bolt and others felled by a shock wave. Black Bolt is then captured and his powers neutralized by a metal clasp around his mouth that inhibits his vocal powers and drains off his electron power. He gets rescued by the FF. (Not a great showing, but he was in Attilan when attacked, and didn’t get to use his voice).

Inhumans vol 1 #1: Black Bolt described as the only one with power to activate mists. Elaborate ritual to enter chamber and activate mists. Blastarr "recruited" by Kree fireball to attack Inhumans, but is snagged by Medusa.

Inhumans vol 1 #2 Black Bolt collapses the roof onto one Kaptroid (Kree machine), and his team takes care of the others

Inhumans vol 1 #3 and #4: Black Bolt faces Shatterstar. Black Bolt actually gets knocked out by an explosion caused by his attempt to smother Shatterstar’s energy blasts by grabbing his wrists. He later gets blasted back to earth by Shatterstar’s energy blast (although he gets a few blasts and punches in himself). He finally shoots Shatterstar down using the weapon from Shatterstar’s own spacecraft. (I think Black Bolt was trying not to kill him or damage the city, because he never used his voice…)

Inhumans vol 1 #5 and #6: Maximus captures Black Bolt. BB shouts to free Attilan, with damage. He apologizes

Inhumans vol 1 #10: Black Bolt takes on Mon-Tog the Kree mano a mano in a fist fight…Black Bolt described as "unbeaten in combat"

Inhumans vol 1 #11: Black Bolt beats Pursuer. (This Kree villain, who is a transformed cockroach (don’t ask), gets smacked around by Black Bolt, but then manages to make a brick wall grab him. He transforms the air around Black Bolt’s head into a blob of silicone, but gets taken down by someone with pesticide. Yep.)

Inhumans vol 1 #12: Black Bolt isn’t able to punch out the Hulk, despite Karnak’s advice about Hulk’s weak point being his chest over his heart. He resorts to elevating him with an electron field from his antenna, then reversing the polarity of the field to draw lightning bolts in from the wet skies that stun Hulk long enough for them to talk Hulk out of fighting.

Captain Marvel 53: Black Bolt and Captain Marvel take on the Kree

Fantastic Four Annual 12: Black Bolt beats Sphinx with antenna blasts. Black Bolt described as having "neutron power", an "incredible power source, perhaps the greatest in the universe itself"

*Fantastic Four Annual 18: Black Bolt marries Medusa

Marvel Two-in-one Annual #4: Black Bolt and the Thing come up with a way of defeating Graviton involving a piece of rubble converted by Black Bolt into an anti-matter bomb.

Fantastic Four 240: Black Bolt uses energy to maintain life-force of all inhumans during sickness caused by Earth's polluted air. Black Bolt's voice frees Attilan off its base to allow its transport to the moon. (He also uses his antenna to write, which he rarely does...)

Dazzler 19: Absorbing Man has absorbed Dazzler’s light energy and has transformed into a giant being of light energy. He absorbs Black Bolt’s attacks easily. In a brilliant team up move, Dazzler converts Black Bolt’s shout into light energy that is stronger than Absorbing man’s, and cancels him out.

Dazzler 32: Same trick as above, Dazzler converts Black Bolt’s voice into light to beat Blackout (and his partner Moonstone)

FF Annual 18: Black Bolt, the Inhumans and the FF all fake defeat to get Raksor the Skrull and Bel-Dann the Kree to go home and leave them alone.

*Inhumans Graphic Novel: Black Bolt and Medusa's son Ahura is born

New Warriors 6: Black Bolt blasts Star Thief with an electron blast, which sends him flying and destroys his navigational wings. The rest of the Inhumans finish the job. (Of note, Black Bolt shows ability to enable others to safely fly into outer space with him)

X-Factor 67: Black Bolt helps the X-Men fight through Apocalypse’s army, and is seen blasting away at Apocalypse, but it’s Cyclops and Jean who beat him with attacks on both the astral and physical plane…

Fantastic Four 375: Black Bolt uses voice with Reed Richards "optimizer" to defeat a cosmic-power enhanced Doctor Doom

*Fantastic Four Unlimited 2: Black Bolt stands up to Genetic Council, rescues son, and stands down from role as king. Black Bolt gets blasted by Chief Justice of Attilan imbued with Evil Eye power from Ahurathis guy’s power, and it states explicitly that Black Bolt is hampered from using his voice because of potential damage to Attilan (as it was, he whispers “no” and wrecks a chunk of the city). Ahura takes care of the guy though…

Starblast 2: Black Bolt sneaks in behind Gladiator, and whispers in his ear, sending him reeling. (In the same issue, he also punches out the villain called Voyager…)

Nova 12: Black Bolt tricks Nova into returning an electron blast that he had put a positive charge on. This drains him completely

Inhumans: Great Refuge #1: Black Bolt defeats Kree warrior transformed by the Terrigen Mists by blasting him with his voice and then knocking him out with the Master Blow.

Fantastic Four 402: After duking it out and also blasting Namor with an electron blast, Black Bolt prepares to launch the Master Blow. Namor is also about to launch a final lethal punch, but Sue Richards intervenes with an invisible force field between them that stops the blows from impacting.

Fantastic Four: Atlantis Rising #2: Black Bolt engaged in furious hand-to-hand combat with Thor, with Black Bolt rising even after blows from Thor’s Hammer. It looks pretty even, until Thor figures out that electrons around BB's antenna were associated with surges of strength. So in the next exchange, he hammers at the antenna with his Mjolnir, causing BB to collapse in pain from all the "energy feedback". Note that BB did not use his voice at any time. He may have been holding back knowing that Thor was not a true enemy. Attilan is moved onto the raised Atlantis

Fantastic Four #411: Gone mad due to damage to his antenna from Thor, Black Bolt fights both the Inhumans and the Fantastic Four. He blasts everyone back with his shout, but Sue Richards is able to interrupt it by surrounding his head with a force-bubble and cutting off his air supply, knocking him out. Now, Black Bolt was already damaged as mentioned, so there is some excuse for him to be taken out by Invisible Woman (his healthy shout is rated at 10 megatons which would have obliterated everyone, not just knocked them back...)

Alpha Flight & Inhumans Annual 1998: Taking place after the Heroes Reborn: the Return, we see the Royal Family back as rulers of Attilan

Inhumans vol 2 #1-12: Attilan attacked by nations of the world with Maximus behind the scenes

Inhumans vol 2 #1: Another reference to Black bolt as "never defeated in battle"

Inhumans vol 2 #6: Notable for a reference to Black Bolt's arguably most cosmic victory, that of turning back "the galaxy collector Vortex". Alas, this turns out to be artistic license as no previously documented battle with this being exists. (see http://www.comicboards.com/mub/view.php?msg=990324094108&q=inhumans) Mention also made of his potential power to turn every human in a gathering army into stone: he has never actually done this though.

*Inhumans vol 2, #12: Black Bolt hooks up Lockjaw and uses its power of teleportion to return Attilan from Atlantis to the Himalayas

*Inhumans vol 3, #1: Ronan hooks up Black Bolt and uses power of his scream to take Attilan into space

*Inhumans vol 3, #4: Black Bolt redirects sonic discharge into the planet Kritnah, awakening distant volcanos and shaking a continent on the other side of the planet. The Inhuman population choose to go their own way, into space, apart from Black Bolt and Royal family after Ronan is defeated by Black Bolt in duel

*Fantastic Four vol 3, #54: 'Black Bolt et al return to moon

Inhumans vol 4, #1: Black Bolt referred to as King of the Inhumans again, with a thriving society on the moon

Black Panther #7: Black Bolt flattens Apocalypse and destroys everything around him with a single syllable.

Son of M #6: Black Bolt declares war on US for refusing to return vital Terrigen Mists

Silent War #6: Maximus mind-controls the Inhuman population against Black Bolt

World War Hulk #1: Hulk survives initial whisper from supposed "Black Bolt" and seemingly manages to defeat him (happens off panel)

New Avengers Illuminati #5: It is revealed that a Skrull has been taking the place of Black Bolt for an unknown period of time. The real Black Bolt is MIA...(and had not been the one beaten by the Hulk...)

Secret Invasion: Inhumans #1-4: Revealed that Black Bolt had been replaced by a Skrull after Silent War and before World War Hulk. Black Bolt is now being held by the Skrulls who want to use him to power a weapon of mass destruction, but gets rescued by the Inhuman Royal family. He will now co-rule with Maximus...

War of Kings #1-6: Black Bolt decides to become a much more assertive leader, and takes the fight to the Skrulls and the Kree in outer space with a converted Attilan as a spacecraft, weapons courtesy of Maximus. In a climactic battle with Vulcan, both seem to perish in a space-time ripping explosion...

*FF #6: Flashback reveals that Black Bolt represents an anomaly of the Kree Genetics Program set up hundreds of thousands of years ago on hundreds of worlds. A Genetic Prophecy predicted that this anomaly would destroy the Kree Supreme Intelligence.

*FF #7: Black Bolt survives the explosion and is left adrift within the Fault. He wakes up as he is being attacked by a tentacled space being, and uses his voice to destroy it. He is found by Lockjaw and returns to his family on Hala. From there, he sets off for Earth. On route, he visits the Moon, where he encounters the other four surviving Inhuman colonies, the Universal Inhumans. They each present him with a new bride.

FF #8-10: Black Bolt returns to Earth with the Inhumans to help defeat the four Reeds who are trying to start the War of the Four Cities.

*Fantastic Four #600: Black Bolt shown to communicate with Medusa in a private telepathic virtual world. He affirms that he will not refuse his destiny and the four new appointed brides. However, Medusa will always be the one he communicates through and with in this telepathic way.

FF #11, Fantastic Four #600-603: The Kree attack Earth and the Inhumans. They are defeated, and Black Bolt orders his forces to pursue the retreating Kree.

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