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Chronological Appearances (by Publication)


Title Year, Month
Avengers: The Initiative #25
2009, 08

2009, August

Avengers: The Initiative #26
2009, 09

2009, September

Avengers: The Initiative #28
2009, 11

2009, November

Avengers: The Initiative #29
2009, 12

2009, December

Avengers: The Initiative #33
2010, 04

2010, April

Avengers: The Initiative #34
2010, 05

2010, May

Avengers Spotlight #24
1989, 11

1989, November

Avengers Spotlight #25
1989, 11

1989, November

Captain America #411
1993, 01

1993, January

Captain America #412
1993, 02

1993, February

Civil War: Front Line #9
2007, 02

2007, February

Daredevil Vol 2 #102
2008, 01

2008, January

Dark Reign: The Cabal #1
2009, 06

2009, June

Dark Reign: The Hood #1
2009, 07

2009, July

Dark Reign: The Hood #2
2009, 08

2009, August

Dark Reign: The Hood #4
2009, 10

2009, October

Dark Reign: The Hood #5
2009, 11

2009, November

Daughters of the Dragon #1
2006, 03

2006, March

Daughters of the Dragon #2
2006, 04

2006, April

Deadline #2
2002, 07

2002, July

Deadly Hands of Kung Fu Vol 2 #1
2014, 07

2014, July

Deadly Hands of Kung Fu Vol 2 #2
2014, 08

2014, August

Deadly Hands of Kung Fu Vol 2 #4
2014, 10

2014, October

Deadpool: Assassin #2
2018, 08

2018, August

Deadpool & the Mercs for Money #3
2016, 06

2016, June

Deadpool Team-Up #891
2010, 09

2010, September

Deadpool v Gambit #2
2016, 09

2016, September

Defenders Vol 5 #10
2018, 04

2018, April

Elektra #5
1997, 03

1997, March

Elektra #6
1997, 04

1997, April

Heroic Age: Villains #1
2011, 01

2011, January

Infamous Iron Man #7
2017, 06

2017, June

Invincible Iron Man #594
2018, 01

2018, January

Invincible Iron Man #597
2018, 04

2018, April

Invincible Iron Man #598
2018, 05

2018, May

Invincible Iron Man #600
2018, 07

2018, July

Invincible Iron Man Vol 2 #20
2010, 01

2010, January

Marvel Comics Presents #2
1988, 09

1988, September

Marvel Comics Presents #3
1988, 09

1988, September

Marvel Comics Presents #4
1988, 10

1988, October

Marvel Comics Presents #5
1988, 10

1988, October

Marvel Comics Presents #7
1988, 11

1988, November

Marvel Comics Presents #8
1988, 12

1988, December

Marvel Comics Presents #9
1988, 12

1988, December

Master of Kung Fu #105
1981, 10

1981, October

Master of Kung Fu #106
1981, 11

1981, November

New Avengers Annual #2
2008, 02

2008, February

New Avengers Finale #1
2010, 06

2010, June

New Avengers Most Wanted Files #1
2005, 12

2005, December

New Avengers #4
2005, 04

2005, April

New Avengers #46
2008, 12

2008, December

New Avengers #50
2009, 04

2009, April

New Avengers #55
2009, 09

2009, September

New Avengers #56
2009, 10

2009, October

New Avengers #57
2009, 11

2009, November

New Avengers #60
2010, 02

2010, February

New Avengers #61
2010, 03

2010, March

New Avengers #63
2010, 05

2010, May

New Avengers #64
2010, 06

2010, June

Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z #9
2009, 07

2009, July

Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #18
1992, 05

1992, May

Punisher Vol 8 #5
2009, 07

2009, July

Siege: Captain America #1
2010, 06

2010, June

Spider-Man #81
1997, 06

1997, June

Star-Lord Vol 2 #5
2017, 05

2017, May

Thor #608
2010, 05

2010, May

Toxin #1
2005, 06

2005, June

Toxin #2
2005, 07

2005, July

Toxin #3
2005, 08

2005, August

Toxin #5
2005, 10

2005, October

Toxin #6
2005, 11

2005, November

West Coast Avengers Vol 2 #11
1986, 08

1986, August

Wolverine: Save the Tiger! #1
1992, 07

1992, July

Wolverine Encyclopedia #2
1996, 12

1996, December

Wolverine Vol 2 #167
2001, 10

2001, October

Wolverine Vol 4 #17
2011, 12

2011, December

Wolverine Vol 4 #18
2012, 01

2012, January

Wolverine Vol 4 #19
2012, 01

2012, January

X-Force: Sex and Violence #1
2010, 09

2010, September

X-Force: Sex and Violence #2
2010, 10

2010, October

X-Force: Sex and Violence #3
2010, 11

2010, November

X-Men: To Serve and Protect #4
2011, 04

2011, April

==Chronological Order:==


(Master of Kung Fu I#106 (fb) - BTS) - Two new Razor-Fists were born when two unnamed brothers were in a car accident, and each lost one of their limbs. They were visited by Carlton Velcro, who offered to transform them into the new Razor-Fists, and had a steel blade granted to each brother to replace his missing hand.

(Master of Kung Fu I#105) - Razor-Fist was sent to Surrey to assassinate Pavane for Carlton Velcro. Invading her estate, he found he also had to contend with Shang-Chi and Leiko Wu. In battle against them, his legs were snared in Pavane's whip, and Shang-Chi kicked him unconscious.

(Master of Kung Fu I#106) - Razor-Fist was interrogated by Pavane, Shang-Chi and Leiko Wu, and revealed his origins to them, but refused to confirm anything they suspected about Velcro's operatoins. Pavane promised to turn him over to MI-6.

(West Coast Avengers II#11 (fb) - BTS) - Razor-Fist had his right hand replaced with a matching blade.

(West Coast Avengers II#11) - Razor-Fist was hired alongside Maximillian Zaran and Shockwave by members of the S.H.I.E.L.D. Deltite Conspriacy, and were dispatched to deal with Hawkeye, Iron Man and Mockingbird after they met with Nick Fury at S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Los Angeles headquarters. Claiming to be agents of the Blood Tong, Razor-Fist was defeated by Mockingbird in combat, but was able to escape thanks to a diversion created by Zaran and Shockwave.

(Marvel Comics Presents#2-4, 7-9) - Razor-Fist came into the employ of Roche, a crimelord in Madripoor. When Wolverine became involved in Roche's dealings, Sapphire Styx assaulted him, weakening him with her powers. Razor-Fist then clubbed him unconscious with the flat of his blade. They turned Wolverine over to Roche, but when he broke free, Razor-Fist hunted him down and knocked him off a waterfall. Razor-Fist went on to capture Wolverine's friend O'Donnell, and again faced Wolverine when he broke into Roche's estate. This time, Wolverine delivered a seemingly fatal blow, stabbing Razor-Fist in the chest with both sets of claws.

(Avengers Spotlight#24-25) - His injuries healed, Razor-Fist was one of several enemies of Hawkeye who attempted to collect a bounty placed on him by Crossfire. Although Hawkeye managed to glue his blades together with a putty arrow, Razor-Fist continued to attempt to overcome the archer, only to be defeated by Mockingbird when she and Trickshot came to assist him.

([Captain America I#411-BTS], 412, [413,414]) - Razor-Fist was present on AIM Island for their latest Weapons Expo, and was set up in advance by Batroc to face Crossbones in a public brawl. However, Captain America was impersonating Crossbones, and was able to defeat Razor-Fist in combat.

(Elektra I#5-6) - Razor-Fist was one of the many assassins who responded to the Architect's contract on Elektra. Elektra faced him at his hotel room, and easily knocked him out in battle. His servants thanked Elektra for killing him, and said they would return him to the House of Razor.

(Peter Parker: Spider-Man I#81 (fb) - BTS) - Razor-Fist was outfitted with a pair of bionic hands by an unknown benefactor.

(Peter Parker: Spider-Man I#81) - Razor-Fist and Shockwave were employed by an unknown entity to kidnap the son of the Cat (Shen Kuei), in order to force the Cat into abandoning his claims in New York City. The Cat nearly surrendered, but he was joined by Spider-Man, who helped him against the duo. Razor-Fist fought the Cat and nearly beat him, but the Cat was able to destroy Razor-Fist's new hands with a powerful karate chop, and then knocked Razor-Fist unconscious.

(Wolverine II#167) - Razor-Fist returned to Madripoor to serve in the "Bloodsport" contest, and found himself pitted against his old ally, Maximillian Zaran. Zaran defeated Razor-Fist in battle.

(Deadline#2) - Razor-Fist helped himself to a drink at the Bar With No Name in New York, barely managing to clutch his glass between his two blades.

(New Avengers#4 (fb) - BTS) - Razor-Fist was imprisoned in the Raft sub-section of Ryker's Island.

(New Avengers#1-3 - BTS) - Razor-Fist was one of many villains incarcerated at the Raft penitentiary who were released by Electro during a mass breakout. Despite the efforts of heroes such as Spider-Man, Iron Man, Captain America, Luke Cage, Daredevil, Sentry and Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew), Razor-Fist escaped the island prison.

(Toxin#1) - Needing a new home in New York, Razor-Fist had a homeless man bring him to an abandoned building, where he quickly slew the squatters who tried to defend their space.

(Toxin#2) - Razor-Fist began drawing followers to him, attracting people who cut themselves such as a young student named Anton, and put them to work feeding and cleaning him while teaching them how to master pain. When Anton was given some of Razor-Fist's bandages to clean, he was tracked down by the symbiote Toxin, who was hunting Razor-Fist by scent. Anton brought Toxin to Razor-Fist's lair in the sewers, where Toxin fell into a pit where Razor-Fist tested himself on cornered animals. Toxin's symbiote half refused to aid its human half for the fight, assuming a weak form that it called "Larry" instead of its battle form.

(Toxin#3) - Razor-Fist toyed with Toxin until it finally assume its battle form, and Razor-Fist ran away, slicing a follower of his named Lulu on the way out, which forced Toxin to stop and help her to a hospital. One of Razor-Fist's followers, a police officer named Perkins, informed Razor-Fist that Toxin was tracking him by scent, so he had his followers bathe him in perfume to mask his smell.

(Toxin#5 (fb)) - Razor-Fist led his followers to an Italian restaurant, where they massacred all of the patrons, then stole the security camera so that he could use it for training purposes.

(Toxin#5) - As Razor-Fist began to plot his ambitious "Slasherday," blackmailing New York with the claim that he would start a massacre unless money was donated to his bank account, he still worried that Toxin might interfere, when Perkins informed him that one of his colleagues, Eddie Meadows, claimed to know Toxin. Razor-Fist captured Meadows and tortured him until he revealed that Toxin was Pat Mulligan. He then turned Meadows over to his youngest followers, the "Piranha Tots." Razor-Fist then tracked down Toxin's father, Jim Mulligan.

(Toxin#6) - The elder Mulligan fought back, but Razor-Fist dealt him a fatal stab wound just as Toxin appeared on the scene. They fought for a moment, but Toxin ended the fight to check on his father, allowing Razor-Fist to escape. Finding that his "Slasherday" fund had drawn a measely $35.10, Razor-Fist prepared to start the bloodbath, but one follower named Samantha, a film student, tried to convince him that they could find satisfaction in filming fake murders rather than actually committing them. Razor-Fist was unconvinced, and was about to stab Samantha when Toxin arrived, and Toxin tore both of his blades off his arms, then knocked him out, and turned him over to the authorities. Razor-Fist was fitted with prosthetic arms and returned to Ryker's, but some of his followers avoided capture.



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