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.
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.
Barbara was a security guard at the Metropolitan Art Museum and during the night shift they discovered Spider-Man's presence in the museum.
They tried to stop him thinking he was committing a crime not knowing instead that he had just finished fighting with Diablo.
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.
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.
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.
Bea was a circus performer in Canon City who came across the Hulk.
She pleaded the circus owner to help him.
During the battle against Ant-Man, Iron Man and the Wasp, Bea was eventually rescued by the Hulk himself.
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.
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.
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.
Bess was Reverend Stryker's secretary. She roused him from writing one of his sermons when F.B.I. documents on the X-Men arrived, and later reminded him of his TV interview with John Cheever.
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.
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. Bilge was eventually killed by Elektra.
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.
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.
Later Mr. Blair woke up his daughter by pointing out that she had become famous because one of her investigative cases had ended up on the front page of the newspaper.
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.
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.
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..
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.
Bobby and his brother Tommy were called back home by their mother as soon as the Hulk was spotted heading that way.
A short time later, Bobby and his family were saved by the Hulk when their farmhouse was on fire; although the family inside were safe, they were all terrified of the monster's presence.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Brother Bruce was a psychopath and pyromaniac loyal to the Cult of Love and especially to his leader the Teacher.
Bruce died in the collapse of the Cult headquarters, also causing the Teacher's death, caused by a fire ignited by himself.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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..
Agent Burnatt of the Springdale Police surprised three winos fleeing into the park not knowing they had attempted to rob Robbie Baldwin.
Agent Burnatt consoles Robbie for making fun of him from his schoolmates because of the situation in which his parents found themselves involved.
Burnatt was on patrol in Hammond Park in the period that the Two-Legged Rat was hunting for cats and during the clash between the criminal and Speedball there was little that Burnatt was not hit by the two-legged Rat rifle.
Burnatt was on guard at the park during the charity fundraiser whose money collected was robbed by Bonehead and he himself recovered the stolen goods after Bonehead and his gang were defeated by Speedball.
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.
Butch was a henchman of the Owl who during the meeting with Izzy Libris, on orders from his boss, killed men of the Libris crime family just to prove who was in charge of the New York underworld at the time.