- 1 Character Index - B
- 1.1 Babe
- 1.2 Babette
- 1.3 Babs
- 1.4 Babyface
- 1.5 Baird
- 1.6 Baker
- 1.7 Balbao
- 1.8 Balin
- 1.9 Ballard
- 1.10 Bank
- 1.11 Bankhead
- 1.12 Bannister
- 1.13 Bao
- 1.14 Barabbus
- 1.15 Barb
- 1.16 Barbara
- 1.17 Barenzo
- 1.18 Barkley
- 1.19 Barnaby
- 1.20 Barnacle
- 1.21 Barnes
- 1.22 Barney
- 1.23 Barry
- 1.24 Bart
- 1.25 Bartholomew
- 1.26 Basaq
- 1.27 Bashat
- 1.28 Batu
- 1.29 Bawka
- 1.30 Baxter
- 1.31 Baz
- 1.32 Bazil
- 1.33 Bazz
- 1.34 Bea
- 1.35 Beatrice
- 1.36 Bebo
- 1.37 Beck
- 1.38 Becky
- 1.39 Beekman
- 1.40 Bell
- 1.41 Belle
- 1.42 Beltane
- 1.43 Belvedere
- 1.44 Ben
- 1.45 Benehl
- 1.46 Benetton
- 1.47 Benitez
- 1.48 Benjamin
- 1.49 Benny
- 1.50 Benta
- 1.51 Bentley
- 1.52 Benton
- 1.53 Benway
- 1.54 Bernard
- 1.55 Bernie
- 1.56 Berry
- 1.57 Bert
- 1.58 Bertha
- 1.59 Bertie
- 1.60 Bertrallo
- 1.61 Bess
- 1.62 Bessy
- 1.63 Beth
- 1.64 Betty
- 1.65 Bezukhov
- 1.66 Biker
- 1.67 Bilge
- 1.68 Bill
- 1.69 Billings
- 1.70 Billy
- 1.71 Billy Joe
- 1.72 Bilmes
- 1.73 Binkey
- 1.74 Binns
- 1.75 Bishop
- 1.76 Black
- 1.77 Blackburn
- 1.78 Blackie
- 1.79 Blair
- 1.80 Blake
- 1.81 Blanche
- 1.82 Blandings
- 1.83 Bloom
- 1.84 Blue Cloud
- 1.85 Bluey
- 1.86 Bo
- 1.87 Bob
- 1.88 Bobby
- 1.89 Boggs
- 1.90 Boinard
- 1.91 Bolton
- 1.92 Bongert
- 1.93 Borback
- 1.94 Boris
- 1.95 Bormann
- 1.96 Bosco
- 1.97 Boss-Man
- 1.98 Boz
- 1.99 Brackett
- 1.100 Brad
- 1.101 Bradford
- 1.102 Brainard
- 1.103 Brandi
- 1.104 Brandon
- 1.105 Brandt
- 1.106 Brant
- 1.107 Brathwaite
- 1.108 Bratton
- 1.109 Braun
- 1.110 Brayle
- 1.111 Brenner
- 1.112 Brent
- 1.113 Brentano
- 1.114 Bresnavich
- 1.115 Brett
- 1.116 Brian
- 1.117 Brice
- 1.118 Brick
- 1.119 Bridget
- 1.120 Bridgette
- 1.121 Briggs
- 1.122 Britney
- 1.123 Brokeridge
- 1.124 Bromes
- 1.125 Bronson
- 1.126 Brown
- 1.127 Browning
- 1.128 Brownlee
- 1.129 Bruce
- 1.130 Brucknerr
- 1.131 Bruno
- 1.132 Brutus
- 1.133 Bryan
- 1.134 Bryant
- 1.135 Bryce
- 1.136 Bubba
- 1.137 Buchinsky
- 1.138 Bud Boy
- 1.139 Buddha
- 1.140 Buddy
- 1.141 Buehller
- 1.142 Buggles
- 1.143 Bule
- 1.144 Bullfinch
- 1.145 Bullwinkle
- 1.146 Bunk
- 1.147 Bunky
- 1.148 Burdick
- 1.149 Burke
- 1.150 Burnatt
- 1.151 Burroughs
- 1.152 Burstein
- 1.153 Burt
- 1.154 Buster
- 1.155 Butch
- 1.156 Buzz
- 1.157 Byron
- 2 References
Character Index - B
|Appearances: Daredevil #303|
|Appearances: X-Factor #72|
|Appearances: Tales of Suspense #89
Babs was one of the many jet-set girls Tony Stark went with to forget Pepper Potts. During one of their appointments Tony told her that she had a surprise for her, and while she thought it was a jewel, a fur or a perfume Tony instead took her to visit his factory that was now to be completed.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #256
Prince and Babyface were two homeless people arguing over being able to use a cardboard box from a refrigerator to sleep in, but after seeing a figure prowling around they got scared and decided to share the crate.
|Appearances: Iron Man (Vol. 3) #25|
|Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 6) #26
Agent Baker was a guard at the prison where Daredevil was incarcerated. During the onslaught of Knull's symbiotes on the prison, Daredevil convinced Baker to let him out of his cell to fight the symbiotes.
|Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #235|
|Appearances: Ghost Rider Annual #1|
|Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 2) #85|
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #134
Doctor Bank was among the members of a board of psychiatrists who had to decide on the recovery of Stan Carter and thus be able to release him at liberty. Bank was doubtful about the release and endorsed the positions of Dr. Kalish also ironic about the situation.
|Appearances: Human Torch #2
Mrs. Bankhead sought out the help of Carl Burgass when her husband, Paul Bankhead was sent an extortion note from Jim Peterson. She and Carl went back to her house and found Paul had been kidnapped.
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 7) #1, Wolverine (Vol. 7) #2, Wolverine (Vol. 7) #3
The daughter of the C.I.A. agent Jeff Bannister who was cured of her leukimea thanks to medicines obtained from Krakoan flowers after her father collaborated with Wolverine to defeat the Flower Cartel criminal organization.
|Appearances: Point One #1|
|Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #174|
|Appearances: Avengers #165|
|Appearances: Thunderbolts #1|
|Appearances: Iron Man Annual #1999|
|Appearances: Journey into Mystery #3
Barbara was the fiancée of the rich geologist John Saxton and when he suspected that Barbara had an affair with his young brother Don, he was consumed with jealousy, plotting to kill them both by exploiting his knowledge of geology but when the truth emerged and he discovered that Barbara actually loved him and not his brother he tried to make up for it by remaining himself killed in the trap he had devised for them.
|Appearances: Patsy Walker #109, Patsy Walker #110|
|Appearances: Power Man and Iron Fist #55|
|Appearances: Spider-Man #19, Spider-Man #20
Barbara was a security guard at the Metropolitan Art Museum and during the night shift they discovered Spider-Man's presence in the museum.
|Appearances: World War Hulk: Front Line #1
Barbara interviewed a financial expert in "The Money Analyst" TV studio about the financial implications for a possible New York evacuation.
|Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #168|
|Appearances: Patsy Walker #110|
|Appearances: Marvel Tsum Tsum #3
Minor Appearance: Marvel Tsum Tsum #2
A poster affixed that Barnaby was missing and the Thrilling Three decided that finding him was a good start to their heroic deeds.
|Appearances: Excalibur #3|
|Appearances: Amazing Adventures #3|
|Appearances: Fantastic Four Annual #1|
|Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 2) #86|
|Appearances: X-Men #26|
|Appearances: Marvel Spotlight #7|
|Appearances: Tomb of Dracula #43|
|Appearances: Defenders #125|
|Appearances: Captain America (Vol. 3) #8|
|Appearances: Free Comic Book Day 2021: Spider-Man/Venom #1|
|Appearances: Tomb of Dracula #2
Bart was Ellie's boyfriend.
|Appearances: Children of the Atom #1|
|Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #165
Basaq was an elder of the Kobremi Brotherhood. When Conan showed up to avenge the death of the Great Khan's children, he tried to escape throughout the city with Hassan I'Shammar, but he was eventually killed by the Cimmerian.
|Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #204
Bashat was a Meroan soldier who watched over the city gate.
|Appearances: Knights of Pendragon #2|
|Appearances: Ka-Zar: Lord of the Savage Land #1|
|Appearances: Ringo Kid #6
Baxter loaned money to Pete Roark in order to let him buy cattle, but made sure his herd was stolen in order to make Roark unable to pay him back, so he set the Roark home ablaze as the land was more valuable to him. Then, Baxter and his men planned an ambush on the Ringo Kid, but he was aware of the plan and allowed himself to be locked up, only to escape and confront Baxter again, also proving Baxter's crimes and making the sheriff arrest him.
|Appearances: A Date with Patsy #1|
|Appearances: Teen Comics #26, A Date with Patsy #1|
|Appearances: Journey into Mystery #63
Mr. Baxter managed to stop an alien invasion announced by the giant Gigantus building and piloting Ulvar, a mechanical fake alien even more gigantic of Gigantus so putting him on the run and giving up its invasion plans.
|Appearances: Plasmer #2
Chief Baxter was the Chief of Operations at Mys-Tech. Not wanting Mullarkey to take command of the operations, she pretended to give him a bodyscreen to protect him from strange energies he would encounter, but instead it was a natural death simulator that killed him so that she took part in the operations instead of him.
|Appearances: X-Men First Class #2
Baxter was the dog of a neighbor of the Connors and he used to poop in their garden. At one point it was obvious that Baxter had been devoured by the Lizard but it was discovered that he was alive and well and that the Lizard had only broken his leash.
|Appearances: Peter Parker #2, Peter Parker #3, Peter Parker #4|
|Appearances: Thunderbolts #159
Baxter was a member of the Raft staff who was present when Juggernaut destroyed it by picking up Kuurth's hammer. He was stuck under the rubble and was saved thanks to colleague Webber and warden John Walker.
|Appearances: S.W.O.R.D. (Vol. 2) #3|
|Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #220|
|Appearances: Emma Frost #10, Emma Frost #11, Emma Frost #12
Buzz was contacted by Lucien to set up a scenario to make Emma's kidnapping credible and obtain a ransom from her father Winston Frost.
|Appearances: Iron Man #52|
|Appearances: Avengers: The Origin #2, Avengers: The Origin #4
Bea was a circus performer in Canon City who came across the Hulk.
|Appearances: Deadpool Team-Up (Vol. 2) #897|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #129|
|Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #49, Marvel Comics Presents #50
Mentions: Marvel Comics Presents #48
An acquaintance of Wolverine, known only as the Captain. His daughter Mary, a powerful mutant, was kidnapped by Critical Mass's Band of Baddies to harness her powers.
|Appearances: Iron Man (Vol. 4) #1
Mentions: Iron Man (Vol. 4) #2
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #57|
|Appearances: Spider-Man Unlimited #6
Dr. Beekman was a member of Mercy General Hospital staff, and he had already received a few complaints about Tony Marcheyk's attitude, so he immediately dismissed him when he got into a fight with Flash Thompson.
|Appearances: Warlock #13|
|Appearances: Uncanny X-Men (Vol. 3) #2, Uncanny X-Men (Vol. 3) #3
The X-Men teleported to Australia coming close to Eva's house, and she ran to hug her mother and introduced her to the X-Men.
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #2|
|Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 3) #14 & Daredevil (Vol. 3) #15|
|Appearances: Venom: Dark Origin #1
Mr. Belvedere was Heidi's pet cat.
|Appearances: Amazing Adventures #6
Ben and Spade were two thugs who were knocked out by a living statue.
|Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #7|
|Appearances: Strange Tales #106|
|Appearances: Spider-Man #90|
|Appearances: Daredevil: Redemption #1|
|Appearances: Thunderbolts #154|
|Appearances: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #10 Civil War II #7|
|Appearances: Cable - Blood and Metal #1|
|Appearances: Captain America Annual #11
Benetton was one of Taskmaster's trainees whom he unleashed to flush out and eliminate Tyrone McQuaid after McQuaid dared to flee Taskmaster Academy. The Falcon intervened to defend McQuaid and defeated all of Taskmaster's students.
|Appearances: All-New Ghost Rider #7|
|Appearances: Daken: Dark Wolverine #6, Daken: Dark Wolverine #7
Benjamin and his brother Takeshi robbed a bank during the Daken-led EMP but were in turn robbed by Kobus Van Holten.
|Appearances: 15-Love #1, 15-Love #3
The mother of aspiring tennis champion Maya Benjamin was a very haughty person.
|Appearances: United States of Captain America #2
Benjamin was an activist who cared about Nichelle Wright's well-being and along with a group of activists who supported her, he was in charge of helping and hiding her after she was accused of domestic terrorism.
|Appearances: Tales of Suspense #89|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #162|
|Appearances: Avengers #366|
|Appearances: Captain America: Patriot #2|
|Appearances: Superior Spider-Man #25|
|Appearances: Hulk (Vol. 2) #30|
|Appearances: Tales to Astonish #10
Bentley was the assistant to Simon Drudd who thought the ageing serum was for everyone, but Drudd betrayed Bentley and locked him the freezer when Drudd wanted the serum all to himself. He was later freed by the police and recounts the events to them, however they did not believe him. Bentley leaves proclaiming what happened was probably for the best.
|Appearances: Tex Taylor #5|
|Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #218
Sergeant-Major Benton was one of those in charge of the arrest and transport of Juggernaut and was ordered by his superior that the prisoner was constantly sedated. A reference to John Benton from Doctor Who.
|Appearances: Venom (Vol. 2) #38|
|Appearances: Captain America #409, Captain America #410
Dr. Benway was a scientist who worked for the Red Skull. He was given the body of Diamondback on which he was to inject an experimental formula. After injecting Rachel with the experimental serum, she had a violent reaction and freed herself by throwing away Dr. Benway who got up holding a gun but Rachel disarmed him easily.
|Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man #29|
|Appearances: Captain Marvel #7|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #147|
|Appearances: Two-Gun Western #12|
|Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 2) #1|
|Appearances: Wolverine: The Origin #5
Bert was one of the inhabitants of the village in British Columbia where Logan established himself with Rose O'Hara. He ended up respecting Logan as he got to know him, and together with his friend Fred, defended Logan when Cookie Malone started to insult him.
|Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #14
Bertha was Homer's wife, who became paranoid after receiving genuine diamonds from Ozarr.
|Appearances: Doctor Strange (Vol. 2) #20|
|Appearances: Excalibur #1|
|Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #155
Bertrallo was the tavern owner who treated Yadlo's nose wound previously inflicted by Baron Vjerzak. The fearful Bertrallo revealed to the baron's thugs where Conan was resting, and conversely, after the Cimmerian killed them all, told him where the baron's house was located.
|Appearances: Marvel Graphic Novel #5|
|Appearances: X-Men: Schism #1, X-Men: Schism #2
Bessy was Carlton Kilgore's limo driver. Some months before Kade made his move, he approached Bessie. Due to Carlton having harassed her, she agreed to side with Kade. She helped him kill his father.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #48|
|Appearances: Patsy Walker #75|
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #1000
Betty and her boyfriend discovered mutilated bodies in the river near Crimson Falls.
|Appearances: King in Black: Namor #2|
|Appearances: Daredevil #219|
|Appearances: Daredevil #168 & Daredevil #177
Bilge, seeing Turk Barrett being roughed up by Daredevil, he followed orders from Slaughter to kill Turk before he was able to talk. He tossed a molotov cocktail at them, but DD managed to carry Turk away from the blast. DD was caught in the shock force, and was wounded, but tried to get the information out of Bilge anyway. However Elektra was after Alarich Wallenquist, too and threw a sai at Daredevil, knocking him out with a blow to the back of the head. She grabbed hold of Bilge and told him he was a dead man unless he turns over the whereabouts of Wallenquist. Bilge then called Slaughter, though he was under duress from Elektra herself, and managed to speak in code to make Slaughter understand that he'd been captured by the assassin.
|Appearances: Avengers #16|
|Appearances: Tales of Suspense #83|
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #72
Bill was driving the transcontinental express from New York City to California, which was transporting Reed Richards and Susan Storm. All of a sudden, the Watcher appeared on the tracks in front of the train and gently stopped it, wanting to speak to the half of the Fantastic Four.
|Appearances: Daredevil #56 & Daredevil #57|
|Appearances: Daredevil #169|
|Appearances: Daredevil #173|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #257|
|Appearances: Doctor Strange (Vol. 2) #79|
|Appearances: Captain America #357
Bill was one of the teen runaways that Mother Night had brainwashed and when Captain America stormed the camp where they were being trained, Bill fled on Mother Night's orders, giving up the urge to kill Captain America as a companion had suggested.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #334
Bill was a crew member on Hal McGee's Secret Hospital.
Bill didn't see how that reinforced safety line could had fallen over Hal, until he realized it didn't break, because the end was smooth, meaning it was cut.
|Appearances: Kingpin (Vol. 2) #4|
|Appearances: Fear Itself #1|
|Appearances: Miles Morales: Spider-Man #19|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #230|
|Appearances: 4 #5|
|Appearances: Tales to Astonish #11|
|Appearances: Amazing Adventures #5|
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #176|
|Appearances: Marvel Fanfare #6|
|Appearances: Spider-Man Unlimited #20|
|Appearances: Wolverine: The Origin #4|
|Appearances: Strange (Vol. 2) #1
Billy was a hot dog vendor at the baseball stadium.
|Appearances: Daredevil: Reborn #1, Daredevil: Reborn #2, Daredevil: Reborn #3, Daredevil: Reborn #4
Billy was a blind boy who had recently lost his sight due to a muzzle flash. Matt Murdock wandering in New Mexico met him and taught him how to exploit environmental noise to catch a coin on the fly.
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #1000
Billy was a friend of Craig Williams, and he proposed bullying Noah Talbert by taking his lunch money but Craig said no, he felt he was good that day, but when Billy asked him if he was punkin 'out on them, Craig replied that if she kept pushing him he would find out. After witnessing the scene with Talbert threatening Craig with a gun, and Craig totally scared and crying, Billy told Craig he was a loser.
|Appearances: New Avengers Annual (Vol. 3) #1|
|Appearances: Juggernaut (Vol. 3) #2
A nurse looking after a convalescent Cain Marko at the hospital. When Cain answered the telepathic projection of his half-brother Charles Xavier calling him Charles, Billy entering Cain's room and seeing no one but him thought he was talking to him but he replied that his name was Billy and also made an ironic joke about the hospital lunch.
|Appearances: Mighty Valkyries #1
Billy was the bartender at the Remains of the Day pub, the place frequented by the city's morgues operators.
|Appearances: Marvel Feature #3|
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 7) #9
Billy Joe was an assistant to the Merchant and was ordered to hit Maverick to verify his authenticity. Maverick gave him a loud beating in response, but avoided killing Billy Joe as he was ordered.
|Appearances: Iron Man (Vol. 3) #11|
|Appearances: Annihilators #4
Mr. Binkey was the dog of Tom Vocson, Barry Bauman's full-time caregiver who regularly possessed him with his psychic powers in to experience reality and played with Binkey as if he were his dog.
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #55|
|Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 2) #12|
|Appearances: Thor #357, Thor #358
Captain Black became skeptical about the operations of the G.L.F. imposed by their commander ignoring that he was Boris Bullski but he nevertheless accepted to execute them because of his resentment for having been forgotten after the Vietnam War.
|Appearances: The Order (Vol. 2) #8|
|Appearances: The Order (Vol. 2) #8|
|Appearances: Marvel Feature #9
Mr. Blackburn is the lawyer that David Cannon (disguised as Charles Matthews, a chauffeur for the Wasp) hired to steal all of the Wasp's money when she and her husband Ant-Man were presumed dead.
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #68|
|Appearances:: Captain Marvel #18|
|Appearances: Captain America: Patriot #3|
|Appearances: Miss America Magazine (Vol. 2) #3, Miss America Magazine (Vol. 2) #6
Mr. Blair was the father of the aspiring investigative reporter Betty Blair. While they were at the table, Mr. Blair turned to his daughter and told her that she had eaten almost nothing for her haste to go out and follow an investigative case.
|Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #89
Professor Blair was a scientist who gave Sun Girl a belt that allowed her to travel in Uncara's dimension so as to stop the Uncarians invasion of the Earth.
|Appearances: Bizarre Adventures #27|
|Appearances: Wolverine, Nick Fury: The Scorpio Connection a Marvel Graphic Novel #1|
|Appearances: Avengers Spotlight #40|
|Appearances: Black Widow 2 #4
Blair was a member of the North Institute and was among Nick Fury's jailers in Guantanamo. When he refused to release Fury using the Patriot Act as a justification, this infuriated Fury's attorney, Matt Murdock, who beat Blair and the other jailers.
|Appearances: X-Factor #33|
|Appearances: Webspinners: Tales of Spider-Man #7|
|Appearances: Avengers #171
Blanche was a shop assistant who witnessed the Avengers tracking Jocasta through Madison Avenue. She stood by as her superior Mrs. Pike rather clumsily tried to persuade the Scarlet Witch to become one of the shop’s models, and silently hoped that the interruption would cost Mrs. Pike her job, freeing up a promotion for herself.
|Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 2) #3
Mr. Blandings was a real state realtor from Marion, Missouri. Frank Castle tried to buy a house from him in an attempt to leave his war behind, but a robbery was committed across the street and Castle had no option but to intervene, asking Blandings to call the police.
|Appearances: Emma Frost #15|
|Appearances: Iron Fist (Vol. 4) #4|
|Appearances: X-Men #122
Bluey was one of the young junkies who attacked Storm when she entered an abandoned apartment building in Harlem. He slashed her hand with his switchblade before being interrupted by Power Man and Misty Knight.
|Appearances: Spider-Man #78|
|Appearances: X-Men #24|
|Appearances: Captain America #252|
|Appearances: Daredevil #55|
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #258|
|Appearances: Daredevil #238|
|Appearances: Punisher Year One #1|
|Appearances: Amazing Fantasy (Vol. 2) #15|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #536
Bob was a Channel 9 News announcer who witnessed Peter Parker declaring his mistake of registering his identity, giving his allegiance to the non-registered, and giving a description of the Negative Zone Prison, where the caught superhumans were imprisoned for life during the Civil War.
|Appearances: Incredible Hulk and the Human Torch: From the Marvel Vault #1|
|Appearances: Superior Foes of Spider-Man #6|
|Appearances: Ravencroft #5, King in Black: Planet of the Symbiotes #1
Bob was a guard in the J.A.N.U.S. assigned to Ravencroft and at the same time a member of the Cult of Knull who unearthed the tomb of Cortland Kasady.
|Appearances: Punisher: War Zone #12, Punisher: War Zone #13
After undergoing brainwashing, Bob believed to be a simple worker who worked at the mill, and among his colleagues there was Frank Castle. While Bob was talking to Frank, he noticed a slip by Frank when he called his wife Maria instead of Kim.
|Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #7|
|Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #13|
|Appearances: Incredible Hulk #2 & Incredible Hulk #4
Bobby and his brother Tommy were called back home by their mother as soon as the Hulk was spotted heading that way.
|Appearances: Avengers #1|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #7|
|Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #113|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #44|
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 4) #12|
|Appearances: X-Men: Schism #1|
|Appearances: Punisher: War Zone (Vol. 3) #2|
|Appearances: Children of the Atom #4
Mr. Boggs was a teacher at Peter Corbeau Preparatory, and during an argument between Cole Rivera and Benny Thomas he intervened and threatened both of them that they would regret it if they did not calm down when he returned.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #39|
|Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #11
Minor Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #12
|Appearances: Captain America #394
Bongert was on the Sweat Shoppers team sent by the Power Broker on the order of the Red Skull to the federal penitentiary in Virginia to evade Viper from prison, which they successfully accomplished.
|Appearances: Patsy Walker #1|
|Appearances: Thor #150|
|Appearances: Champions #10|
|Appearances: X-Men: Liberators #1|
|Appearances: Red Skull #2|
|Appearances: Captain America Corps #1
Bosco had been taken out to have him do his bodily needs, and his master complained that he didn't have all night.
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #83|
|Appearances: West Coast Avengers #3|
|Appearances: Champions #10|
|Appearances: Outlaw Kid #12
Brad was a young man who challenged Outlaw Kid, but was easily disarmed by the Kid. A local arms dealer, Mr. Wilkins, seeing the courage with which Brad had challenged the Kid, suggested that he work for him, but that he was hiding weapons for Indian rebels. When Brad's aunt intervened to prevent his nephew from committing a crime even though he didn't know it, Wilkins and his men would kill her if it wasn't for the woman's skill in using guns, but anyway, having seen her aunt that could have been injured by Wilkins' gang, even Brad came to his senses and attacked the members of the gang, defeating them with his fists.
|Appearances: Journey into Mystery #56
Brad needs to raise money for his brother's medical treatment and so he answers an ad from a scientist seeking to test a shrinking ray. He agrees to be the subject and the ray works. He finds himself shrinking past microscopic objects and finally finds himself in a new world. When he asks a native what this world is called, he receives the answer 'Earth'.
|Appearances: Marvel Team-Up Annual #1
Brad was an airline pilot who brought participants to the government conference on man-made mutations. His plane was attacked by the Lords of Light and Darkness and he himself was injured in the eyes due to the assault of the Rakks on the plane.
|Appearances: Elektra Assassin #4
Brad tried to lure Elektra, while she was trapped within Sandy's personality, to a location where he could kill her. As Garrett rushed to save her, Brad framed him for the death of his partner Minelli, but he was eventually killed by the S.H.I.E.L.D. special agent.
|Appearances: Daredevil: The Man Without Fear #2|
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #262|
|Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 2) #22, Daredevil (Vol. 2) #24
Brad is introduced by Kate Vinokur to Daredevil telling him that he and his other assistant took care of everything in the office, from the investigation to making her the coffee.
|Appearances: Jubilee #1, Jubilee #2, Jubilee #3, Jubilee #4, Jubilee #5, Jubilee #6|
|Appearances: New Warriors (Vol. 3) #1, New Warriors (Vol. 3) #2, New Warriors (Vol. 3) #3, New Warriors (Vol. 3) #4, New Warriors (Vol. 3) #5, New Warriors (Vol. 3) #6, Civil War #1, Avengers Academy #10|
|Appearances: Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #6|
|Appearances: Deadpool Corps #12|
|Appearances: Eternals #18|
|Appearances: Fear #13 & Fear #14|
|Appearances: Avengers (Vol. 3) #14|
|Appearances: Carnage: Black, White & Blood #2
Brandon was a little boy who came into contact with Carnage when the supervillain was hiding out in his family's barn and torturing Spider-Man. Brandon suffered from physical and emotional abuse at the hands of bullies at school and his stepfather Dan, with Carnage attempting to corrupt him to his nihilistic worldview. Carnage eventually bonded Brandon to an offshoot of the Carnage symbiote, which he used to kill his stepfather. Carnage then tried to persuade him to kill Spider-Man, but Brandon instead freed the superhero - rejecting Carnage's twisted advice due to only wanting to be left alone. However, the offshoot of the Carnage symbiote ambushed Brandon while he was being hugged by his mother and bonded to him.
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #581|
|Appearances: Man Comics #26, Man Comics #27, Man Comics #28
Mr. Brant was the head of security at the United Nations. He was married to a trapeze artist, who left him with two children, Lance and Bob, when she died. Lance became a special agent working for the United Nations while Bob formed a group of teenage adventurers that he called Trouble-Shooters .
|Mentions: Children of the Atom #2|
|Appearances: Children of the Atom #2|
|Appearances: Two-Gun Kid #22|
|Appearances: Strange Tales #118|
|Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #900|
|Appearances: Marvel Premiere #31, Marvel Team-Up #54
Captain Brenner was one of Major Del Tremens' men, and was left in charge of Tranquility Base when Tremens led an assault against the Woodgod. He was later tricked into releasing Spider-Man from his restraints when the web-slinger claimed to have taken photographs of Liberty, New Mexico.
|Appearances: Captain America Infinity Comic #2
Brent was the Bill Travis' second in command n the nationalist terrorist group the Sons of Hancock that had occupied Philadelphia's Independence Hall. Upon request as a gesture of goodwill on Captain America's part, Travis ordered Brent to release the held hostage Park Feds.
|Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #100
Brentano was ordered by General Nguyen Ngoc Coy to observe and test the children for any sort of paranormal psychic ability; should they lack such talents, his organization would have put them to other profitable uses. He eventually surrender to Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four.
|Appearances: Incredible Hulk #176|
|Appearances: Wolverine: Switchback #1|
|Appearances: Captain America: Sam Wilson #13|
|Appearances: Daredevil #216|
|Appearances: Captain America #388
Brice was one of the security men at the Smith Building serving the Red Skull. He called Elron over the radio and told him that the Red Skull sparring partners supplied by Taskmaster, whom he called the five little lambs, had been checked and that he could proceed.
|Appearances: Werewolf by Night (Vol. 3) #4
Dr. Brick was a psychiatrist who worked at the Arizona Home for Troubled Empowered Youth and assisted in the action of one of his patients as he helped the Marshals free Jake Gomez and the other prisoners Life Pharmaceuticals was experimenting with.
|Appearances: Iron Man #44|
|Appearances: Mystery Men #2, Mystery Men #3
Bridget was Lewis Green's girlfriend. When he returned from the excavations carried out in Troy to retrieve an amulet for the General, he went to Bridget's house, defying the General's orders to go directly to him, but when he was at the door of his house Bridget told him that things during her absence had changed and she was now with another man.
|Appearances: Excalibur #56|
|Appearances: X-Force #77, X-Force #86|
|Appearances: Hellions #2|
|Appearances: Skrull Kill Krew (Vol. 2) #1|
|Appearances: Avengers: The Initiative Annual #1, Avengers: The Initiative Special #1, Fear Itself: Youth in Revolt #3
Mentions: Avengers: The Initiative #24
Mr. Brokeridge is the father of Roger Brokeridge, aka Hardball. Mr. and Mrs. Brokeridge were told that their son Paul Brokeridge needed an immense amount to treat him, which they couldn't afford.
|Appearances: Avengers: The Initiative Annual #1, Avengers: The Initiative Special #1, Fear Itself: Youth in Revolt #3
Mentions: Avengers: The Initiative #24
Mrs. Brokeridge is the mother of Roger Brokeridge, aka Hardball. Mrs. and Mr. Brokeridge were told that their son Paul Brokeridge needed an immense amount to treat him, which they couldn't afford.
|Appearances: X-Men: Curse of the Man-Thing #1
After her daughter Harriet was expelled from seven schools for continuing bouts of violence. he satisfied her that she wanted to stay away from her people, so they moved to the woods where he died in a fire.
|Appearances: Journey into Mystery #1
Bronson was a grave robber and a murderer who took a job as a deep-sea diver to hide from the authorities. Bronson decided to murder the crew and keep the treasure for himself. Bronson donned a heavy diving suit and blew up the ship and went to claim the diamonds.
Securing his treasure, Bronson traveled to a nearby island which was populated with superstitious natives who mistakenly believed that Bronson was some sort of water god. Dubbing him "Iron-Head", Bronson was afraid to remove his helmet because the natives would kill him if they discovered he was a white man. He held out as long as he can, but within a few days, he began to fall weak with hunger. Finally, one of the natives cut off his head with an ax, revealing that he was never truly a god at all.
|Appearances: Incredible Hulk #463|
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #212|
|Appearances: Jessica Jones (Vol. 2) #1, Jessica Jones (Vol. 2) #2, Jessica Jones (Vol. 2) #5
Sophie Brownlee was a woman who lived with her husband, with whom she had been married for eleven years, in Jersey City. One day, he returned late from his work and paced around, claiming to have lived a different life, living in Brooklyn married to a blonde woman named Gwen with whom he had a little girl named Norma. Looking for answers on her husband's sudden change of behavior, Sophie found about the theory of the Multiverse and that some people were believed to be trapped between universes. Sophie tried to talk to Doctor Strange, but he wouldn't' see her, so she resorted to hiring P.I. Jessica Jones to have her look into her husband's situation.
|Appearances: Captain America Comics #18
Before going to the party Roddy Colt goes to Mr. Bruce to give him the war stamps and thanked him for buying them, but Mr. Bruce replied that he should not thank him, that for him it was a privilege to buy them, that he is buying of shares in freedom.
|Appearances: Tales to Astonish #8
In 1965, a giant floating head appears over New York and proclaims it is the first to arrive in an invasion force. The army attack it but it disappears and reappears faster than the speed of light and the head explains they travel by there minds and can telepathically blow things up, demanding the entire city leave. A boy named Bruce figures out the truth that this is all a ruse by some criminals to rob the entire city and that the head is nothing more than a projection.
|Appearances: Sub-Mariner #72
Bruce and his friend were near the pier when Sub-Mariner emerged from the water and for no apparent reason but driven by an unjustified hatred Bruce threw himself at Namor hitting him with a flying kick. This infuriated Namor who reacted by hitting Bruce violently making him fly in the water and if it hadn't been for the intervention of his friend who threw himself into the water and rescued him Bruce would have drowned.
|Appearances: Tomb of Dracula #34|
|Appearances: Avengers #195|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #21|
|Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #40, Web of Spider-Man #41, Web of Spider-Man #42, Web of Spider-Man #43
Brother Bruce was a psychopath and pyromaniac loyal to the Cult of Love and especially to his leader the Teacher.
|Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #10, Marvel Comics Presents #11. Marvel Comics Presents #12, Marvel Comics Presents #13, Marvel Comics Presents #14, Marvel Comics Presents #15, Marvel Comics Presents #16, Marvel Comics Presents #17|
|Appearances: Punisher Back to School Special #1
A student who didn't think school was necessary with one of his classmates but wanted to make easy money as an acquaintance of theirs by working for a drug dealer. When the Punisher broke into the den of the drug dealer killing everyone, Bruce and his companion were there and the Punisher frightened them saying he would keep an eye on them, and in doing so the two students returned to school and because of the warning of the Punisher no longer lost a lesson and sharply improved their grades.
|Appearances: ClanDestine #2|
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #25
Bruce was the leader of a Paris street gang involved in smuggling, drug trafficking and illegal gambling and after observing with his own eyes what the Stacy twins were capable of he made them join the gang.
|Appearances: Astonishing X-Men (Vol. 3) #59
Bruce was Linda's boyfriend (the counterpart of Nightcrawler's wife of Earth-295), and while Linda was talking on the phone telling about the one who kept giving her romantic gifts, Bruce showed up at his house earlier than he had planned because he loved her and missed her.
|Appearances: Avengers Standoff: Welcome to Pleasant Hill #1
Dr. Bruce was a psychologist included in the "Pleasant Hill" program of S.H.I.E.L.D. and in particular he took care of the psychological conditioning of Helmut Zemo, succeeding us almost completely if Fixer had not intervened.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #406
Dr. Brucknerr was a henchman and scientist who worked for Lady Octopus. He was the one who informed her that Seward Trainer had gotten around their computer defenses, and later used Trainer's files to enhance her VR wave generator.
|Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #13|
|Appearances: Iron Fist #4
A musclebound enforcer in the employ of Ward Meachum prior to his death, Bruno was one of a trio of goons who paid an unwelcome visit to Henri Sorel's private lab. Sorel had been working on a universal cure for radiation poisoning on the behalf of the World Health Organization, and Bruno and his fellow goons had been hired by Meachum to pressure Sorel into selling his discoveries to his company. When Sorel resisted them, it was Bruno who beat the physicist and sent him crashing into samples of plutonium isotopes. They then left him to die, unaware that effects from his experiments combined with the radiation exposure would mutate Sorel into Radion the Ravager. Iron Fist would later see all of this documented on a video diary midway through a confrontation with Sorel/Radion in London.
|Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #68|
|Appearances: X-Men #111|
|Appearances: Daredevil #170|
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #9|
|Appearances: Avengers (Vol. 3) #32, Avengers (Vol. 3) #33|
|Appearances: Strange Tales of the Unusual #5
Bryan was an inventor who built a robot with the features of his brother-in-law on his sister's instructions.
|Appearances: Patsy and Hedy #92|
|Appearances: Power Man and Iron Fist (Vol. 2) #5|
|Appearances: Power Man and Iron Fist (Vol. 2) #5|
|Appearances: Emma Frost #1, Emma Frost #2, Emma Frost #3, Emma Frost #4, Emma Frost #6
Mentions: Emma Frost #5
Bryce was the chauffeur of the Frost family who drove Emma to her school and came back to pick her up to take her home every day.
|Appearances: Miles Morales: Spider-Man #30
Bubba was the little dog who had escaped to two twins who became desperate as their grandmother was told to be responsible but Spider-Man went to their aid and found Bubba who he handed back to the two girls.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #331
A Colonel who administered a military school and at the same time presided over a secret military operation by storing huge quantities of cocaine inside the school to create a wealth standard based on cocaine and not gold.
|Appearances: U.S.Agent (Vol. 2) #1
Bud Boy was one of the former workers at Brombline Cross Mining who was interviewed after the mine closed and the Virago arrived.
|Appearances: Spider-Man: The Final Adventure #2
Buddha was one of Veronica's cameramen.
|Appearances: X-Men Annual #14
Buddy served a burger to Rachel Summers, right before three armed men entered and told everyone to hand over their money. Rachel ignored them and then finally used her powers to turn their guns into scrap-metal.
|Appearances: Marvels Snapshots: Avengers #1
Buddy was Eve's dog. When Kerry met Buddy and Eve she greeted buddy and told Eve to take off her heels and go for a run with Buddy. 
|Appearances: Extreme Carnage: Riot #1|
|Appearances: Captain America #391|
|Appearances: Patsy Walker #29, Patsy Walker #87|
|Appearances: U.S.Agent (Vol. 2) #2|
|Appearances: Wolverine: Bloody Choices #1
Mr. Bullfinch was a drug dealer and a pedophile. When he was cornered he tried to find an agreement with Nick Fury that in exchange for his immunity he would reveal the names of those with whom he traded in drugs, but despite everything he was killed by Wolverine.
|Appearances: Thor (Vol. 2) #3
Bullwinkle was one of the explorers who were crushed by a sea monster after discovering an ancient Viking dragonship.
|Appearances: Ghost Rider: Kushala Infinity Comic #1
Mentions: Ghost Rider: Kushala Infinity Comic #1
Unky Bunk, as Olivia Obtera nicknamed him, was a native astronomer to whom Olivia showed Jeffrey McKracken's diaries.
|Appearances: Deadpool: Suicide Kings #2|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #76|
|Appearances: Captain Marvel #9
Burke was an police officer sent to the Logan's Woods to investigate the disturbances.
|Appearances: Kingpin (Vol. 2) #4|
|Appearances: Indestructible Hulk #3|
|Appearances: Speedball #1, Speedball #4, Speedball #5, Speedball #8
Agent Burnatt of the Springdale Police surprised three winos fleeing into the park not knowing they had attempted to rob Robbie Baldwin.
|Appearances: Spider-Man #29|
|Appearances: Marvels Project #5, Marvels Project #6, Secret Avengers #9
Dr. Burstein was a scientist from Switzerland assigned to work with Prof. Hans Bruder just outside Berlin.
|Appearances: Amazing Adventures (Vol. 2) #7|
|Appearances: Dark Reign: New Nation #1|
|Appearances: Savage Wolverine #17|
|Appearances: Blaze #7|
|Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #4
The past of the man-monster known as Butch is unknown. He was found by a mobster named Brink and brought to his employer, mob leader Rickie. When Rickie refused to employ Butch, Brink decided to take control of Rickie's gang and ordered Butch to kill Rickie. With the gang under his control, Brink sent Butch out to terrorize the city, causing massive amounts of property damage, loss of life, and large thefts in the millions. Local law enforcement proved powerless against this monster.
|Appearances: Mystic Comics #1
Butch was one of grave robbers hired by Dr. Maluski to rob corpses for his experiments.
Butch and his partner were in the process of robbing a corpse in a graveyard when Blue Blaze awakened from the long suspended animation and after he was easily defeated by the hero revealed to him where to find their boss.
|Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #22
|Appearances: Captain America #388
Buzz was one of the best Taskmaster students and was hired with others for a sparring partner session dressed as Captain America. The opponent turned out to be the Red Skull who killed Buzz and the other sparring partners in an extremely simple way.
|Appearances: Sentry (Vol. 2) #5|
|Appearances: Daredevil vs. Punisher #6|
- Daredevil #303
- X-Factor #72
- Tales of Suspense #89
- Amazing Spider-Man #256
- Iron Man Vol 3 #25
- Daredevil Vol 6 #26
- Savage Sword of Conan #235
- Ghost Rider Annual #1
- Punisher Vol 2 #85
- Spectacular Spider-Man #134
- Human Torch #2
- Wolverine Vol 7 #1-3
- Point One #1
- Conan the Barbarian #174
- Avengers #165
- Thunderbolts #1
- Iron Man Annual #1999
- Journey into Mystery #3
- Patsy Walker #109
- Power Man and Iron Fist #55
- Spider-Man #19
- Spider-Man #20
- World War Hulk: Front Line #1
- Conan the Barbarian #168
- Patsy Walker #110
- Marvel Tsum Tsum #2
- Marvel Tsum Tsum #3
- Excalibur #3
- Amazing Adventures #3
- Fantastic Four Annual #1
- Punisher Vol 2 #86
- X-Men #26
- Marvel Spotlight #7
- Tomb of Dracula #43
- Defenders #125
- Captain America Vol 3 #8
- Free Comic Book Day 2021: Spider-Man/Venom #1
- Tomb of Dracula #2
- Children of the Atom #1
- Savage Sword of Conan #165
- Savage Sword of Conan #204
- Knights of Pendragon #2
- Ka-Zar: Lord of the Savage Land #1
- Ringo Kid #6
- A Date with Patsy #1
- Journey into Mystery #63
- Plasmer #2
- X-Men First Class #2
- Peter Parker #2-4
- Thunderbolts #159
- S.W.O.R.D. Vol 2 #3
- Savage Sword of Conan #220
- Emma Frost #10
- Emma Frost #11
- Emma Frost #12
- Iron Man #52
- Avengers: The Origin #2
- Avengers: The Origin #3
- Avengers: The Origin #4
- Deadpool Team-Up Vol 2 #897
- Amazing Spider-Man #129
- Marvel Comics Presents #49
- Marvel Comics Presents #50
- Iron Man Vol 4 #1
- Iron Man Vol 4 #2
- Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #57
- Spider-Man Unlimited #6
- Warlock #13
- Uncanny X-Men Vol 3 #2
- Uncanny X-Men Vol 3 #3
- Wolverine Vol 2 #2
- Daredevil Vol 3 #14
- Daredevil Vol 3 #15
- Venom: Dark Origin #1
- Amazing Adventures #6
- Amazing Adult Fantasy #7
- Strange Tales #106
- Spider-Man #90
- Daredevil: Redemption #1
- Thunderbolts #154
- Spider-Man Vol 2 #10
- Cable - Blood and Metal #1
- Captain America Annual #11
- All-New Ghost Rider #7
- Daken: Dark Wolverine #6
- Daken: Dark Wolverine #7
- 15-Love #1
- 15-Love #3
- United States of Captain America #2
- Amazing Spider-Man #162
- Avengers #366
- Captain America: Patriot #2
- Superior Spider-Man #25
- Hulk Vol 2 #30
- Tales to Astonish #10
- Tex Taylor #5
- Uncanny X-Men #218
- Venom Vol 2 #38
- Captain America #409
- Captain America #410
- Sensational Spider-Man #29
- Captain Marvel #7
- Amazing Spider-Man #147
- Two-Gun Western #12
- Deadpool Vol 2 #1
- Wolverine: The Origin #5
- Amazing Adult Fantasy #14
- Doctor Strange Vol 2 #20
- Excalibur #1
- Conan the Barbarian #155
- Marvel Graphic Novel #5
- X-Men: Schism #1
- Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #48
- Patsy Walker #75
- Wolverine Vol 2 #1000
- King in Black: Namor #2
- Daredevil #219
- Daredevil #168
- Daredevil #177
- Avengers #16
- Tales of Suspense #83
- Fantastic Four #72
- Daredevil #56
- Daredevil #57
- Daredevil #169
- Daredevil #173
- Amazing Spider-Man #257
- Doctor Strange Vol 2 #79
- Captain America #357
- Amazing Spider-Man #334
- Kingpin Vol 2 #4
- Fear Itself #1
- Miles Morales: Spider-Man #19
- Amazing Spider-Man #230
- 4 #5
- Tales to Astonish #11
- Amazing Adventures #5
- Fantastic Four #176
- Marvel Fanfare #6
- Spider-Man Unlimited #20
- Wolverine: The Origin #4
- Strange Vol 2 #1
- Daredevil: Reborn #1
- Spectacular Spider-Man #1000
- New Avengers Annual Vol 3 #1
- Juggernaut Vol 3 #2
- Mighty Valkyries #1
- Marvel Feature #3
- Wolverine Vol 7 #9
- Iron Man Vol 3 #11
- Annihilators #4
- Fantastic Four #55
- Punisher Vol 2 #12
- Thor #357-358
- The Order Vol 2 #8
- Marvel Feature #9
- Fantastic Four #68
- Captain Marvel #18
- Captain America: Patriot #3
- Miss America Magazine Vol 2 #3
- Miss America Magazine Vol 2 #6
- Marvel Mystery Comics #89
- Bizarre Adventures #27
- Wolverine, Nick Fury: The Scorpio Connection a Marvel Graphic Novel #1
- Avengers Spotlight #40
- Black Widow 2 #4
- X-Factor #33
- Webspinners: Tales of Spider-Man #7
- Avengers #171
- Punisher Vol 2 #3
- Emma Frost #15
- Iron Fist Vol 4 #4
- X-Men #122
- Spider-Man #78
- X-Men #24
- Captain America #252
- Daredevil #55
- Fantastic Four #258
- Daredevil #238
- Punisher Year One #1
- Amazing Fantasy Vol 2 #15
- Amazing Spider-Man #536
- Incredible Hulk and the Human Torch: From the Marvel Vault #1
- Superior Foes of Spider-Man #6
- Ravencroft #5
- King in Black: Planet of the Symbiotes #1
- Punisher: War Zone #12-13
- Amazing Adult Fantasy Vol 113
- Incredible Hulk #2
- Incredible Hulk #4
- Avengers #1
- Amazing Spider-Man #7
- Marvel Team-Up #113
- Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #44
- Wolverine Vol 4 #12
- Punisher: War Zone Vol 3 #2
- Children of the Atom #4
- Amazing Spider-Man #39
- Deadpool Vol 4 #11
- Captain America #394
- Patsy Walker #1
- Thor #150
- Champions #10
- X-Men: Liberators #1
- Red Skull #2
- Captain America Corps #1
- Wolverine Vol 2 #83
- West Coast Avengers #3
- Outlaw Kid #12
- Journey into Mystery #56
- Marvel Team-Up Annual #1
- Elektra Assassin #4
- Daredevil: The Man Without Fear #2
- Spectacular Spider-Man #262
- Daredevil Vol 2 #22
- Daredevil Vol 2 #24
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- Civil War #1
- Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #6
- Deadpool Corps #12
- Eternals #18
- Fear #13-14
- Avengers Vol 3 #14
- Carnage: Black, White & Blood #2
- Fantastic Four #581
- Man Comics #26-28
- Children of the Atom #2
- Two-Gun Kid #22
- Strange Tales #118
- Deadpool Vol 4 #900
- Marvel Team-Up #54
- Captain America Infinity Comic #2
- Marvel Team-Up #100
- Incredible Hulk #176
- Wolverine: Switchback #1
- Captain America: Sam Wilson #13
- Daredevil #216
- Captain America #388
- Werewolf by Night Vol 3 #4
- Iron Man #44
- Mystery Men #2
- Mystery Men #3
- Excalibur #56
- X-Force #77
- X-Force #86
- Hellions #2
- Skrull Kill Krew Vol 2 #1
- Avengers: The Initiative Annual #1
- X-Men: Curse of the Man-Thing #1
- Journey into Mystery #1
- Incredible Hulk #463
- Spectacular Spider-Man #212
- Jessica Jones Vol 2 #1
- Jessica Jones Vol 2 #5
- Captain America Comics #18
- Tales to Astonish #8
- Sub-Mariner #72
- Tomb of Dracula #34
- Avengers #195
- Amazing Spider-Man Annual #21
- Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #7
- Web of Spider-Man #40-42
- Web of Spider-Man #43
- Marvel Comics Presents #10-17
- Punisher Back to School Special #1
- ClanDestine #2
- Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 2 #25
- Astonishing X-Men Vol 3 #59
- Avengers Standoff: Welcome to Pleasant Hill #1
- Amazing Spider-Man #406
- Amazing Adult Fantasy #13
- Iron Fist #4
- Marvel Team-Up #68
- X-Men #111
- Daredevil #170
- Wolverine Vol 2 #9
- Avengers Vol 3 #32-33
- Strange Tales of the Unusual #5
- Patsy and Hedy #92
- Power Man and Iron Fist Vol 2 #5
- Emma Frost #1
- Emma Frost #2
- Emma Frost #3
- Emma Frost #4
- Emma Frost #6
- Miles Morales: Spider-Man #30
- Amazing Spider-Man #331
- U.S.Agent Vol 2 #1
- Spider-Man: The Final Adventure #2
- X-Men Annual #14
- Marvels Snapshots: Avengers #1
- Extreme Carnage: Riot #1
- Captain America #391
- Patsy Walker #29
- Patsy Walker #87
- U.S.Agent Vol 2 #2
- Wolverine: Bloody Choices #1
- Thor Vol 2 #3
- Ghost Rider: Kushala Infinity Comic #1
- Deadpool: Suicide Kings #2
- Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #76
- Captain Marvel #9
- Indestructible Hulk #3
- Speedball #1
- Speedball #4
- Speedball #5
- Speedball #8
- Spider-Man #29
- Marvels Project #5
- Marvels Project #6
- Secret Avengers #9
- Amazing Adventures Vol 2 #7
- Dark Reign: New Nation #1
- Savage Wolverine #17
- Blaze #7
- Marvel Mystery Comics #4
- Mystic Comics #1
- Marvel Mystery Comics #22
- Sentry Vol 2 #5
- Daredevil vs. Punisher #6