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C.J.[]

C.J. (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 9 21 0001 Appearances: Captain America (Vol. 9) #21

C.J. was one of the men belonging to the apparently bucolic covenant created by Selene in the small town of Adamsville in Ohio. He met Alvin Watts who accompanied Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson, disguised with an image inducer, at the weekly meeting chaired by Selene and greeted him by calling him Brother Al and Watts responded to the greeting by calling him Brother C.J.[1]

Cabbie[]

Cabbie (Earth-616) from Tales of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #1, Fantastic Four #160, Tales of the Marvel Universe #1

Cabbie was a taxi driver driving around town one day, trying to find a fare, unaware that the Invisible Girl was in his taxi with him. While he was stopped near the Baxter Building, she got out and tried to pay him, still invisible. The surprised cab driver then panicked and took off.[2]
A few years later, he recounted this run-in while taking Alicia Masters to the Baxter Building.[3]
Most recently, Cabbie was seen at a bar on Tenth Avenue, again retelling his chance encounter while the bar patrons were toasting the passing of the Fantastic Four, among many other super-heroes, during the recent Onslaught event. He then watched news footage of a new, potential replacement super-team, the Thunderbolts, in battle with the incredible Hulk, and expressed misgivings, pointing out Citizen V's use of a sword over Captain America's shield.[4]

Cabot[]

Cabot (Earth-616) from X-Men Legacy Vol 1 210 0001 Appearances: X-Men: Legacy #210

Ms. Cabot was a member of the Hellfire Club who during a dinner at the Manhattan headquarters discussed the virtue with Roberto Da Costa.[5]

Caesar[]

Caesar (Earth-616) from Uncanny Tales Vol 1 1 0001
Appearances: Uncanny Tales #1

Caesar was the favorite pet rat of two sisters, Agnes and Laura, who was visited by Mr. Cotton after receiving complaints about the smell and filth of the house. He threatened to call an exterminator on the rats and attempted to kill Caesar, who attacked and bit him back. Mr. Cotton killed Caesar.[6]

Caesar (Wuggens) (Earth-616) from Excalibur Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Excalibur #3

Caesar was a member of Wicked Wally Wuggens' gang who was confronted and defeated by Excalibur after trying to escape from Crossmoor Prison.[7]

Caffe[]

Caffe (Earth-616) from X-Men Children of the Atom Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: X-Men: Children of the Atom #3

A member of Jack Winters' gang, Caffe was knocked out by Professor X.[8]

Cahill[]

Dr. Cahill (Earth-616) from Alpha Flight Vol 1 106 001 Appearances: Alpha Flight #106

Dr. Cahill from the Toronto General Hospital reported to Northstar that Joanne Beaubier had AIDS.[9]

Cairo[]

Cairo (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Team-Up Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Spider-Man Team-Up #2

Cairo was a Skrull from Kral IV, stationed in Floyd Donahue's airship-like Big Casino. He was flying a plane that resembled a World War I biplane, and when he spotted the Silver Surfer he fired at it but the Surfer returned fire, hitting the biplane and forcing the plane back into the airship.[10]

Cal[]

Cal (Earth-616) from Venom Vol 5 7 001 Appearances: Venom (Vol. 5) #7

Cal was one of the now elderly members of the Renegades biker gang. When the leader of the Hell Hounds gang, Len, threatened Jake Yahkin, the leader of the Renegades, Cal was about to respond by drawing a weapon but jake stopped him saying that he had already seen too much blood in a lifetime. Cal, along with the other members of the renegades perished in the ensuing firefight following the death of Jake killed by Len with a gunshot.[11]

Calderon[]

Mr. Calderon (Earth-616) from Falcon Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Falcon #1

His daughter Lucia was attacked by a Harlem boy, and thanks to Falcon's intervention she was saved and the boy captured. At that point Falcon told Mr. Calderon that the boy was drunk and that he was not actually a bad boy and even though he had no excuses he asked him if he had been a bit soothing towards him. Calderon replied that since he was a good person he would consider it, which in fact he then did in front of the judge by withdrawing the complaint against the boy.[12]

Caleb[]

Caleb (Earth-616) from Journey Into Mystery Vol 1 15 001 Appearances: Journey Into Mystery #15

After noticing the gold possessed by the newcomer to Salem, Prudence Mann, Caleb proposed to her but she refused. To get revenge on her, Caleb hid evidence in Prudence's house and then accused her of witchcraft and after a quick trial she was sentenced to death by hanging. During the sentence, however, Prudence managed to escape and Caleb and other men ran in pursuit of her, until Caleb was injured, interrupting the chase and leaving him alone, then he was joined by Prudence who revealed herself to be a vampire.[13]

Calhoun[]

Calhoun (Earth-616) from Rawhide Kid Vol 1 17 001 Appearances: Rawhide Kid #17

When Natchez was easily defeated by Les Cooper, Calhoun challenged Les to a gunfight declaring that he must avenge his friend Natchez, even though the sheriff said he and Natchez hated each other. During the duel both Calhoun and Les appeared to have killed each other, but in reality Les pretended to have been shot so that other would-be gunslingers would not decide to challenge him.[14]

Califore[]

Califore (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 2 6 001 Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 2) #6

Mr. Califore was the doorman of the building that served as Mysterio's headquarters while he posed as Nicolas Macabes. Califore was ordered to kill Daredevil as he entered the building, but he was easily knocked out by Daredevil's Billy Club.[15]

Calleja[]

Calleja (Earth-616) from Spirits of Vengeance Vol 1 22 0001 Appearances: Ghost Rider/Blaze: Spirits of Vengeance #22

Ms. Calleja was the receptionist at the Children Inc. building in Manhattan.[16]

Calvelli[]

Calvelli (Earth-616) from Alpha Flight Vol 1 20 0001 Appearances: Alpha Flight #20

Calvelli was a construction foreman for a crew building a sanitarium in British Columbia, Canada. They had employed Sasquatch to assist with a major water diversion effort needed to complete the project. He marveled at Sasquatch's ability to complete the project in a few hours when it would have taken his crew several months to do.[17]

Calvin[]

Calvin (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 81 001 Appearances: Avengers #81

Calvin was one of Cornelius van Lunt's henchmen. After their Quienjet was shot down, Calvin and Jason Birch captured the Vision and an unconscious Scarlet Witch and took them to Van Lunt's hacienda. He was apparently defeated by the Red Wolf and the Avengers, who attacked the mansion to free their kidnapped members.[18]

Calvin (Manhattan) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 37 001 Appearances: Iron Man #37

Calvin and his girlfriend witnessed Ramrod defeating Iron Man.[19]

Calvin (Earth-616) from Women of Marvel Vol 2 1 0001 Appearances: Women of Marvel (Vol. 2) #1

Calvin was an owner of a groceries store in Harlem where someone had broken into the shop doing minor damage but stealing CCTV recordings.[20]

Cam[]

Cam (Earth-616) from Captain America Symbol of Truth Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Captain America: Symbol of Truth #3

Cam was an inmate at the Sing Sing Correctional Facility and an acquaintance of Sam Wilson when he was a social worker. Sam approached him in a prison interview to obtain information on a secret Vibranium trafficking from Wakanda.[21]

Camilo[]

Camilo (Earth-616) from America Chavez Made in the USA Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: America Chavez: Made in the USA #2

Camilo was a schoolmate of America Chavez. When America presented in class a drawing with her family described on Utopian Parallel on her, Camilo and her friends told her that her family was not real, and upon leaving school America beat Camilo for it.[22]

Camino[]

Camino (Earth-616) from Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 27 0001 Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #27

Mrs. Camino with her husband Lee and their son Danny participated in advertising for her husband's automobile company.[23]

Campbell[]

Campbell (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 285 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #285

Campbell was in charge of the construction of the Fantastic Four's new headquarters.[24]

Cao Mạnh[]

Cao Mạnh (Earth-616) from New Mutants Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: New Mutants #1

Mentions: New Mutants #6

Karma's father, a former colonel in the South Vietnamese army, was killed while fleeing South Vietnam with his family.[25]

Cao Mạnh (Earth-616) from New Mutants Vol 1 1 002 Appearances: New Mutants #1

Mentions: New Mutants #6

Karma's mother, together with her children, following the assassination of her husband, was captured by Thai pirates who attacked the boat in South China and suffered various abuses from the pirates until her death.[25]

Cappy[]

Cappy (Earth-616) from Miss Fury Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Miss Fury #1, Miss Fury #2, Miss Fury #3, Miss Fury #6, Miss Fury #7

Cappy was the doorman who worked the front door of the building where rich socialite Marla Drake lived. He was one of the few people who knew she was also secretly the costumed hero Miss Fury.[26][27]

Captain[]

No Image Male Appearances: Nextwave #7

The Captain was a melon farmer who, upon hearing of a superhero going by the same name, tracked him down and got him to pay money for usage of the name.[28]

Cara[]

Cara (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 90 001 Appearances: Spider-Man #90

Cara was at Yancy Street when she was was saved by Spider-Man from being forever trapped in the Negative Zone.[29]

Carey[]

Carey (Earth-616) from She-Hulks Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: She-Hulks #1, She-Hulks #4

Carey was a Midtown High student and one of Amelia Hopkins' friends.[30][31]

Cargill[]

Dr. Cargill (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Chaos in Calgary Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man: Chaos in Calgary #4

Dr. Cargill was a famous Nobel Prize scientist and father of the disabled heroine Turbine. During a rodeo event where he and his daughter were invited as guests of honor, The Wizard along with the Frightful Four attempted to kidnap him but was saved by the intervention of Spider-Man, the Rangers, and the Right Riders, as well as his daughter.[32]

Mr. Cargill (Earth-616) from X-Men Legacy Vol 1 268 001 Appearances: X-Men: Legacy #268

Mr. Cargill was inadvertently killed by his daughter.[33]

Mrs. Cargill (Earth-616) from X-Men Legacy Vol 1 268 001 Appearances: X-Men: Legacy #268

Mrs. Cargill was a churchgoing woman who couldn't stop her husband from beating their daughter.[33]

Carl[]

Carl (Latverian) (Earth-616) from Astonishing Tales Vol 1 7 001 Appearances: Astonishing Tales #7

Carl was one of Doctor Doom's men who operated the nuclear-powered excavator.[34]

Carl (Earth-616) from Marvel Premiere Vol 1 47 001 Appearances: Marvel Premiere #47, Marvel Two-In-One #87

Carl was Ruth Lang's husband and Scott's brother-in-law. When called upon to help as Ant-Man, Scott would ask his sister if she could look after his daughter Cassie and she and her husband were happy about it, although Carl never failed to point out Scott's convict past[35] or later unimpressed with the time that Scott spends away from his daughter.[36]

Carl (Earth-616) from Ghost Rider Vol 3 1 001 Appearances: Ghost Rider (Vol. 3) #1

When Carl reported to Deathwatch about the failure to take the briefcase addressed to the Kingpin, Deathwatch was intent on punishing him but Carl attempted to react by pulling out a gun but Deathwatch was quicker and killed Carl with his own hands.[37]

Carl (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 11 001 Appearances: Spider-Man #11

Carl was the police officer from Hope who handed Peter Parker's report to Chief Inspector Krahn.[38]

Carl (DuPrey) (Earth-616) from Punisher War Zone Vol 1 40 001 Appearances: Punisher: War Zone #40

Carl was DuPrey's yacht driver, who was rewarded for covering the killing of Mr. Shockett.[39]

Carl (Reporter) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 92 001 Appearances: Spider-Man #92

Carl reported live from the press conference where Trapster publicly confessed to have killed Joey Z to frame Spider-Man for murder.[40]

Carl (Earth-616) from Dark Reign New Nation Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Dark Reign: New Nation #1

Carl was a farmer from Roundup, Montana, whose cows were actually disguised Skrulls. He and Burt were saved by Ryder.[41]

No Image Male Mentioned: Dark Reign: New Nation #1

Carl was a security guard working at Horizon Labs.[42]

Carl (Earth-616) from Deadpool Vol 4 45 001 Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #45

Carl was a waiter at a place where they served the best Chimichanga in New Jersey. Evil Deadpool went there asking for a Chimichanga, but when Carl told him the place wasn't open yet, he angered Evil Deadpool.[43]

Carl (Earth-616) from Hellions Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Hellions #2

Carl was an Omaha policeman who when he ordered the dog Jenny to stop was misunderstood by Wild Child as the alpha component of the pack and was attacked and saved just in time by Greycrow.[44]

Carl (Earth-616) from Immortal Hulk Flatline Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Immortal Hulk: Flatline #1

Carl meets Bruce Banner after he wakes up in tattered clothes and jokes by telling him that he had nice clothes not caring why he was looking that way.[45]

Carl (Earth-616) from Silk Vol 3 1 0001 Appearances: Silk (Vol. 3) #1

Carl and his accomplice Karen were robbing a trendy shop convinced that no costumed heroes were on patrol that night, but instead they were wrong as Silk was on patrol and having spotted them he easily defeated them and handed them over to the police.[46]

Carl (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 6 16 001 Appearances: Iron Man (Vol. 6) #16

Carl was a New Yorker living in Queens with his wife Louise. One day Louise was chastising him for his lack of domestic help while Carl was trying to watch a baseball game on TV. As their discussion escalated, the cosmically-empowered Iron Man happened to use the Power Cosmic to boost the collective brainpower of the entire city to match his own. This caused Carl and Louise to suddenly become more introspective, allowing them to settle their differences amicably.[47]

Carla[]

Carla (Earth-616) from Spectacular Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 12 001 Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #12

Carla was one of three Dreadnought 2000 controllers who were sent to oppose Spider-Man and the New Warriors when they entered the Target Technologies plant, since Dreadnought 2000 were new automatons not yet programmed for autonomous functions and needed someone to handle them maneuvered. When Spider-Man realized they were being remote controlled, he burst into the control room and knocked out Carla and the other two controllers so the Dreadnoughts started acting randomly and the New Warriors could destroy them.[48]

Carla (Bloodshadows) (Earth-616) from Blade The Vampire-Hunter Vol 1 6 0001 Appearances: Blade: The Vampire-Hunter #6, Blade (Vol. 4) #7

Carla was a member of the Bloodshadows street gang led by Blade in his youth. When they went inside a house to rob it, they met the vampire Lamia who was feeding on some of bodies and rushed at her with a knife stabbing her and Lamia replying lifted her and tore her in two killing her.[49]

Carla (Earth-616) from Punisher War Journal Vol 2 6 001 Appearances: Punisher War Journal (Vol. 2) #6, Punisher War Journal (Vol. 2) #7

Carla was a 911 receptionist who received an alert call of a possible imminent terror attack on San Diego.[50]

Carla (Earth-616) from Silver Surfer Vol 6 1 0001 Appearances: Silver Surfer (Vol. 6) #1

Carla was a Mexican girl involved in drug trafficking but was discovered by corrupt Mexican soldiers who riddled her and her boyfriend with blows. However, Carla was saved by the intervention of the Silver Surfer who, however, was unable to save her boyfriend.

Carlie[]

Carlie (Earth-616) from Deathlok Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Deathlok #2

Carlie reported an attempt to capture Deathlok in Coney Island, being saved when Harlan Ryker ordered Ian Wajler to destroy the news helicopter.[51]

Carlo[]

Carlo (Earth-616) from Captain Marvel Vol 1 19 001 Appearances: Captain Marvel #20

Carlo was a robber, who tried to rob an old man, only to be stopped by Rick Jones and Mar-Vell.[52]

Carlo (Earth-616) from Scarlet Spider Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Scarlet Spider #1

Carlo was one of the two employees of Jason Tso, who were tasered and rigged with explosives by the Pro. Sent into Club Noir to kill Tso, their grenades were slapped away by Ben Reilly.[53]

Carlo (Policeman) (Earth-616) from Marvels Project Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Marvels Project #2

Carlo was a policeman who was rescued by the Human Torch.[54]

Carlo (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 577 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #577

Carlo was an agent of Moses Magnum's in the USA. He recovered a suitcase containing Magnum's Gamma-irradiated Mutant Growth Hormone, which had been transported to New York City by smuggler Fernando; Carlo immediately cuffed it to his wrist. Fernando, wanting his reputation to be upheld, suggested that Carlo checked that the case had not been manipulated; Carlo replied that the case had been designed by Magnum himself and, if anyone unauthorised tried to open it, that person would surely lose their limbs. Their meeting was interrupted by the Punisher, who was tracking Magnum's MGH. The Punisher murdered Fernando and several other criminals, and took Carlo away. Carlo told the Punisher that he was authorised to open the case; still, once in his base, the Punisher forced the case open, killing Carlo in the process.

Carlos[]

Carlos (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 183 001 Appearances: Avengers #183

Carlos was a sanitation truck driver who used to collect trash from the Avengers Mansion.[55]

Carlos (Earth-616) from Power Pack Vol 1 7 0001 Appearances: Power Pack #7

Carlos was a schoolmate of Alex Power who he met on his first day of school after moving to Manhattan with his family. Carlos and his friends were mocking Alex for not catching a soccer ball they had been playing with.[56]

Carlos (Earth-616) from Deadly Foes of Spider-Man Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Deadly Foes of Spider-Man #2

Carlos was a player for the New York Mets. Fred Myers watched the Mets game, in which Carlos was playing, from his jail cell and pondered on teamwork.[57]

Carlos (Jaguars) (Earth-616) from West Coast Avengers Annual Vol 1 6 001 Appearances: West Coast Avengers Annual #6

Carlos was a member of the Jaguars Hispanic gang.[58]

Carlos (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 2 92 001 Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 2) #91, Punisher (Vol. 2) #92

Carlos was a member of the elite Bosqueverdan military unit Red Condors.[59] When General Carranza hired them to protect his comfortable "prison" in Sierra Angeles from vigilante Francis Castle, he combed the jungle with his teammates.[60] Carlos was the first to be killed by the Punisher, with a knife to the chest; fellow Red Condor Manuel witnessed the moment. Red Condor leader Rabio Ramirez blamed Carlos for not being good enough.[59]

Carlos (Albuquerque) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 3 1 001 Appearances: Avengers (Vol. 3) #1

Carlos was an acquaintance of Bonita Juarez living in Albuquerque.[61]

Carlos (Spano) (Earth-616) from Captain America What Price Glory Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Captain America: What Price Glory? #3

Carlos was one of Nicoli Spano's henchmen who were knocked out by Captain America.[62]

Carlos (Hollister) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 570 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #570

Carlos was one of Bill Hollister's assistants.[63]

Carlos (Cuiliacan) (Earth-616) from Moon Knight Vol 5 30 0001 Appearances: Moon Knight (Vol. 5) #26, Moon Knight (Vol. 5) #27, Moon Knight (Vol. 5) #30

Main enforcer of Mr. Alcantara.[64][65]

Carlson[]

Carlson (Genetech) (Earth-616) from New Warriors Vol 1 61 001 Appearances: New Warriors #61

Carlson explained to the New Warriors how the ribonucleic nanoncontagium supply was stolen from the Genetech Science Facility.[66]

Carlton[]

Carlton (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 375 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #375

Carlton was the doorman at Anne Weying's apartment building. When Peter Parker introduced himself as a reporter to speak to her, Carlton buzzed her apartment and announced this, but she reiterated to Carlton that she would not speak to reporters.[67]

Carlyle[]

Ms. Carlyle (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 522 01 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #522

Ms. Carlyle was Peter Parker's Geography teacher and taught him the importance of the Ogallala Aquifer water reservation.[68]

Carmela[]

Carmela (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 307 0001 Appearances: Captain America #307

Carmela was a woman that worked as a cashier at Big Apple Supermarket, where Jack Monroe got a job as a bag boy. He had a crush on her and thought about asking her out but later find out that she had a boyfriend.[69]

Carmelo[]

Carmelo (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Lifeline Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Spider-Man: Lifeline #3

Vito and Carmelo, two of Hammerhead's henchmen, were confronted by Spider-Man, who took the captured Eel away from them.[70]

Carmine[]

Carmine (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 251 001 Appearances: Captain America #251

Carmine from the Plummer Advertising Agency bought Steve Rogers' storyboards.[71]

Carmody[]

Carmody (Earth-616) from Mystical Tales Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Mystical Tales #4

Carmody the Pirate at his death declared that his older son Bruce was too wicked even to share a treasure of a buccaneer, then disinherited him leaving everything to his younger son Joe.[72]

Carn[]

Carn (Earth-616) from Peter Parker Spider-Man Vol 1 8 001 Appearances: Peter Parker: Spider-Man #8

Trooper Carn reported to the Kingpin to have seen Peter Parker in the New Jersey swamp where Fisk and Jimmy Six met.[73]

Carol[]

Carol (Teddy) (Earth-616) from Amazing Adventures Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Amazing Adventures #3

Carol was saved from a mountain lion by her magical teddy bear.[74]

Carol (Actress) (Earth-616) from West Coast Avengers Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: West Coast Avengers #1

Carol was an actress who warned Simon Williams of an incoming Avengers call on his transceiver.[75]

Carol (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 433 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #433

Carol and Harold witnessed Mr. Hyde getting out the elevator at the ballroom level reserved for Joe Robertson's farewell party.[76]

Carol from Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 262 0001 Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #262

She supposedly was Brad's girlfriend.[77]

Carol (Roger's Wife) from Wolverine Vol 4 12 0001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 4) #12

Carol and her unborn child was killed during a fight between the Hulk and Wolverine. Her husband Roger blamed Wolverine for her death, motivating him to later join the Red Right Hand to get revenge on Wolverine.[78]

Carol (USA) (Earth-616) from A + X Vol 1 13 001 Appearances: A + X #13

While traveling by car in the Southwest, Carol's daughter spotted Captain America.[79]

Carole[]

Carole (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 34 001 Appearances: X-Men #34

Carole was Jean Grey's roommate when she attended Metro College.[80]

Carole (Earth-616) from Captain America Man Out of Time Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Captain America: Man Out of Time #4

Carole was General Jacob Simon's private nurse who looked after him in his last days of life.[81]

Caroline[]

Caroline (Lakota) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Unlimited Vol 3 4 0001 Appearances: Spider-Man Unlimited (Vol. 3) #4

A native Sioux Lakota, wife of Michael, she had her newborn son treated for bronchitis by Dr. Waking-Bear.[82]

Carosella[]

No Image Male Mentions: Avengers #215

Mr. Carosella was the head of an advertising agency where Steve Rogers went with his portfolio. Secretary Ann Nocenti told Steven that Mr. Carosella was busy on the phone, but as soon as he was free, Ann tried to tell Steve that Mr. Carosella was ready to receive him but saw that Steven had disappeared from the office thinking he had committed suicide by jumping from the window.[83]

Carpenter[]

Carpenter (Mobster) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 137 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #137

Carpenter opposed Jester's handling of the robberies, and during a meeting he said that he and his men would come out and at that statement Jester threw him an explosive bill that exploded beside Carpenter.[84]

Carrie[]

Carrie (Earth-616) from King in Black Gwenom vs. Carnage Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: King in Black: Gwenom vs. Carnage #1

Carrie was a dormmate of Gwen Stacy's at Empire State University and was among the few to have failed evacuation during the onslaught of the Dragons of Knull and was possessed by a Symbiote.[85]

Carstairs[]

Carstairs (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 31 001 Appearances: Tales to Astonish #31

Mr. Cairstairs was the wealthy father of socialite Gloria Carstairs. He advised his daughter to follow Egyptologist Paul Kentworth on his trip to Egypt to prove a theory of his even though she did not agree much finding it boring.[86]

Carter[]

No Image Male Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #26

Mr. Carter was the father of the Northside High School football star, Bill Carter, and welcomed him home returning from training asking if the Saturday game would have won her not imagining that his son had cheated on the history exams in order to play the match.[87]

No Image Female Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #26

Mrs. Carter was the mother of the Northside High School football star, Bill Carter, and welcomed him home returning from training telling him that supper was ready.[87]

Colonel Carter (Earth-616) from Sub-Mariner Comics Vol 1 29 0001 Appearances: Sub-Mariner Comics #29

Corso Lenori and one of his men have come to Lafitte Island to make it their home base for modern piracy. However they are caught on the property by the land owner Colonel Carter who demands to know what they are doing on his island. Lenori makes it all sound like a misunderstanding when he suddenly pulls out a gun and shoots Carter dead.[88]

Carter (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 15 0001 Appearances: Strange Tales #15

Carter was the butler of Mr. Benson, a wealthy man who had an extreme fear of heights and tried to help him overcome his phobia but to no avail.[89]

Carter (Earth-616) from Jann of the Jungle Vol 1 15 0001 Appearances: Jann of the Jungle #15

Carter was a lion tamer who mistreated the animals he had to teach until Jann intervened who overwhelmed Carter and made him swear in the shadow of the totem to no longer mistreat the animals. Although at the time he accepted the oath later Carter tried to take revenge on Jann but he did not succeed and almost rushed towards his death because of the totem that fell towards him but was saved from falling off a cliff by Jann's intervention.[90]

Mr. Carter (Earth-616) from Love Romances Vol 1 105 0001 Appearances: Love Romances #105

At the birth of his daughter Beverly he was entranced by her beauty, declaring he could not wish for anything else.[91]

Mrs. Carter (Earth-616) from Love Romances Vol 1 105 0001 Appearances: Love Romances #105

Mother of the beautiful Beverly Carter, at her birth she said she had never seen a baby more beautiful than she.[91]

Carter (Centerville) (Earth-616) from Patsy Walker Vol 1 111 Appearances: Patsy Walker #78, Patsy Walker #111

Mr. Carter is Stanley Walker's boss. He's the father of Cliff Carter.[92][93]

Professor Carter (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 14 0001 Appearances: Tales to Astonish #14

He invented the enlarging serum he intended to use to enlarge insects to be used for transport but his assistant used it on a common ant that became the monstrous Krang.[94]

Mrs. Carter (Earth-616) from Amazing Adult Fantasy Vol 1 14 0001 Appearances: Tales to Astonish #14

Mrs. Carter was the wife of atomic scientist Brad Carter and mother of Tad Carter, one of the first mutants to be historically documented.[95]

Mr. Carter (Earth-616) from Journey Into Mystery Vol 1 71 0001 Appearances: Journey Into Mystery #71

Mr. Carter was the father of Billy, a lame boy who with the power of thought managed to travel into the future and there he was healed from his impairment. Upon returning in his time, Mr. Carter and his wife, although initially thought that their son's story was the result of his imagination, they were incredulous and ecstatic with Billy's actual recovery.[96]

Mrs. Carter (Earth-616) from Journey Into Mystery Vol 1 71 0001 Appearances: Journey Into Mystery #71

Mrs. Carter was the mother of Billy, a lame boy who with the power of thought managed to travel into the future and there he was healed from his impairment. Upon returning in his time, Mrs. Carter and her husband, although initially thought that their son's story was the result of his imagination, they were incredulous and ecstatic with Billy's actual recovery.[96]

Carter (Earth-616) from Rawhide Kid Vol 1 27 0001 Appearances: Rawhide Kid #27

Owner of the Carter Ranch, he tried to oppose the relationship between his daughter Nancy and the rude and uneducated Bull Barker, but eventually he had to surrender and the couple married.[97]

Dr. Carter (Earth-616) from Night Nurse Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #14

A doctor from the town of Allentown, and father of Linda Carter, when his daughter announced that she had been accepted to Metro General Hospital as a nurse he told her that he knew they would.[98]

Mrs. Carter (Earth-616) from Night Nurse Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Night Nurse #1

Linda Carter's mother and wife of the Allentown village doctor, when her daughter announced that she had been accepted to Metro General Hospital as a nurse, she told her that she and her father were very proud of her.[98]

Carter (Carter & Lombardo) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 126 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #126, Amazing Spider-Man #160

Minor Appearances: Spider-Man Human Torch #3
Mentions: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #6

Mr. Carter with his partner Mr. Lombardo, owners of the Carter & Lombardo Agency, as advertising promoters intercepted Spider-Man offering him a business proposal to become the spokesperson for Corona Motors which led to the construction of the Spider-Mobile.[99]
A few times later Spider-Man left the destroyed Spider-Mobile hanging outside the Carter & Lombardo offices.[100]

Carter (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 183 001 Appearances: Avengers #183

Carter was one of Henry Gyrich's security assistants.[55]

Carter (Hammer) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 344 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #344

An employee of Hammer Industries, he gave Justin Hammer a report from Sapirdyne.[101]

Carter (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 351 0001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #351

A boy to whom Dr. Cecilia Reyes was operating an appendectomy when she was forbidden to operate on their parents' side because they did not like the mutants.[102]

Mr. Carter (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 351 0001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #351

In agreement with his wife they banned Dr. Cecilia Reyes from operate on their son as they did not like the mutants.[102]

Mrs. Carter (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 351 0001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #351

In agreement with her husband they banned Dr. Cecilia Reyes from operate on their son as they did not like the mutants.[102]

Doctor Carter (Earth-616) from Human Torch Vol 3 11 0001 Appearances: Human Torch (Vol. 3) #11

Dr. Carter was a scientist running a teleportation research facility partnered with Namorita.[103]

Mentioned: Daredevil #324

Judge Carter worked in New York City. Lawyer "Foggy" Nelson called Judge Carter in the night, to get a restraining order against journalist Sara Harrington who had exposed Matthew Murdock as Daredevil in the press, without any proof.[104] Carter complied and, after Harrington ignored the order, she was arrested.[104]

Cartwright[]

Cartwright (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 15 0001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #15

Cartwright and his colleague Van Dorn were two executives of General Electronics, the company who were present when Roger decided to hire Reed Richards.[105]

General Cartwright (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 14 001 Appearances: Daredevil #14

General Cartwright commanded the battle against the Plunderer and his men. Once they were defeated by Daredevil, he sent a statement of innocence to the judge in London who put Ka-Zar on trial for murder, and the charges were dismissed.[106]

Cary[]

Cary (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 1 346 0001 Appearances: Thor #346

Cary was a man at a bar among those entranced by Lorelei. He made a snide comment about another man who was showing her attention.[107]

Casey[]

Casey (Earth-616) from Kitty Pryde and Wolverine Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Kitty Pryde and Wolverine #1

Mr. Casey was Carmen Pryde's bank guard in Deerfield.[108]

Casey (NYC) (Earth-616) from 4 Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: 4 #1

Casey hired Ben Grimm as a construction worker.[109]

Casey (Reporter) (Earth-616) from Invincible Iron Man Vol 2 10 001 Appearances: Invincible Iron Man (Vol. 2) #10

Casey was among the reporters who came to the H.A.M.M.E.R. press conference.[110]

Cass[]

Cass (Earth-616) from Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 110 001 Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #110

Cass and Donna were rescued by Lizard from the Pipers. They then died on their way back to Lubbock.[111]

Castro[]

Castro (Earth-616) from New Mutants 1 8 0001 Appearances: New Mutants #8

Castro was a member of a boat crew in Brazil. He was part of the crew that took the New Mutants to Maderia. Before they arrived, he murdered the captain and sabotaged the boat.[112]

Cat[]

Cat (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 4 4 001 Appearances: Captain America (Vol. 4) #4

Cat spotted Captain America passing by the Great Falls during the fireworks for the Fourth of July, just before he was attacked by a group of terrorists.[113]

Cataka[]

Cataka (earth-616) from A.X.E. Eternals Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: A.X.E.: Eternals #1

Facing the Progenitor's judgment, Ajak was confronted with an illusion of Cataka, the first mortal who perished to resurrect her when Ajak was killed facing the Avengers of 1,000,000 BC.[114]


Catherine[]

Catherine (Earth-616) from Secret Avengers Vol 2 3 001 Appearances: Secret Avengers (Vol. 2) #3

Catherine interviewed the Scientist Supreme after the death of Senator Ralston.[115]

Cathy[]

Cathy (Earth-616) from Amazing Adventures Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Amazing Adventures #3

Cathy was Paul Harper's girlfriend.[74]

Cathy (Columbia) (Earth-616) from Daredevil the Man Without Fear Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Daredevil: The Man Without Fear #2

Cathy was a Columbia University student and an acquaintance of Matt Murdock.[116]

Cawley[]

Cawley (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 3 8 001 Appearances: Avengers (Vol. 3) #8

F.A.A. representative Mr. Cawley was contacted by Iron Man to track the plane which was hijacked by Moses Magnum.[117]

Cece[]

Cece (Earth-616) from Elektra Vol 3 10 001 Appearances: Elektra (Vol. 3) #10

Cece was a bartender at a pub called El Loco in Manhattan. She knew Elektra by the name Nicole, and Elektra friendly asked her how her family was doing, after which Cece directed her to Danny's table.[118]

Cecilia[]

Cecilia (Earth-616) from S.W.O.R.D. Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: S.W.O.R.D. #2, S.W.O.R.D. #3, S.W.O.R.D. #4, AVX: Consequences #4, Captain Marvel (Vol. 7) #13, Captain Marvel (Vol. 7) #14

Cecilia was a member of S.W.O.R.D. and she assisted Gyrich in his attempt to send all the aliens back to their home.[119]
Cecilia tries to warn Gyrich of anomalies in her communications but he is annoyed by asking only if the alien arrests were proceeding.[120]
She connects with Brand and listens to her suggestions regarding the alien invasion.[121]
She informs Brand that the surveillance grid has a possible lead on an extinction team location.[122]
Inform Brand of the Kree Sentries situation.[123]
She warns Brand that they can't fire the defense missiles.[124]

Cedaric[]

Cedaric (Earth-616) from Thunderstrike Vol 1 20 001 Appearances: Thunderstrike #20, Thunderstrike #21

Cedaric was a Viking who met Thor in the past in his human guise of Sigurd. Eric Masterson told the story of him to his son Kevin to make him understand that strength was not the only way to achieve results and not wanting to fight was not a sign of cowardice.[125]

Cee[]

Cee (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 538 0001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #538, Fantastic Four #539

Cee was a member of the Yancy Street Gang who during the Civil War supported the heroes who refused to register and told the Thing that he could not be neutral but that he should take a position.[126]
During a clash between the two factions of heroes, Puppet Masters took control of Mouse, a member of the Gang of Yancy Street and made him carry a bomb and to avoid killing the Thing, Cee launched himself against Mouse making him drop the bomb but in the the explosion that followed Cee was killed.[127]

Celia[]

Celia (Earth-616) from Killmonger Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Killmonger #4

Celia was the wife of the mutant mercenary, King, who worked for the Kingpin. After her husband's retirement, the couple hid in Bulgaria, but both were killed when Knight betrayed them to S.H.I.E.L.D..[128]

Cesar[]

No Image Male Mentions: Elektra (Vol. 3) #10

Cesar was (probably) the brother of Cece, a pub barmaid who she knew Elektra but by the name of Nicole. When Elektra asked Cece how her family was doing, Cece told her that Cesar had still been arrested.[118]

Cesar (Earth-616) from Ghost Rider Vol 7 0.1 001 Appearances: Ghost Rider (Vol. 7) #0.1

Cesar's mother was saved by the Ghost Rider from her husband.[129]

Cesar[]

Cesar (Earth-616) in Magnificent Ms. Marvel Vol 1 9 Appearances: Magnificent Ms. Marvel #9

Cesar was a man accused by Mister Hyde of stealing his formula. His life was saved by Kamala Khan.[130]

Cesare[]

Cesare (Earth-616) from Elektra Black, White & Blood Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Elektra: Black, White & Blood #2

Cesare was a Madripoor crime boss. When he learned that the escort Joon had intended to terminate the pregnancy, whose baby Cesare thought was his son, he intervened to avoid this, killing Ryan who was in Joon's company. To help Joon, Elektra intervened as a favor for Logan, as he could not intervene himself due to the pact of non-belligerence between Cesare and Tyger Tiger. However, Joon herself shot Cesare while fighting with Elektra, killing him. With Cesare's death she decided to carry on the pregnancy, as her son was not his but Ryan's.[131]

Chad[]

Chad (Earth-616) from X-Men Children of the Atom Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: X-Men: Children of the Atom #1, X-Men: Children of the Atom #2, X-Men: Children of the Atom #3, X-Men: Children of the Atom #4, X-Men: Children of the Atom #5

Chad was a Freeport High School student who idolized William Metzger.[132]
Chad was confronted and knocked out by Hank McCoy when he tried to harass Bobby Drake.[133]
Chad was later introduced to William Metzger in Trenton.[8]
He informed him of Starkey's mutant nature.[134]
Chad helped the F.B.I. catch his former friend Starkey.[135]

Chad (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 2 28 0001 Appearances: Thor (Vol. 2) #28

Together with his mother Chad met Thor who was walking on the streets of New York, and told his mother that Thor claimed to be a god but that his priest said it was not true. Thor came to meet the boy and told him that there was a place called Asgard where there were divinities but that it was not Heaven anyway, the home of the One whose radiance dwarfs also the Asgardian divinities.[136]

Chad (Earth-616) from Marvel's Voices Heritage Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Marvel's Voices: Heritage #1

Chad was a boy who beat River because he told stories about people who were already dead and whose ghosts he saw. A week later Chad disappeared, made to disappear by the Adversary as a favor to River, even though River was sorry and didn't want anyone to get hurt.[137]

Chadwick[]

Chadwick (Earth-616) from Spectacular Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 12 001 Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #12, Web of Spider-Man Annual #8

Chadwick, a manager at Genetech, was rebuked by Walter Rosen who blamed him for Edward Lansky's escape and the subsequent deaths of two people. Chadwick tried to justify himself that he couldn't imagine that Lansky had regained his powers, but this didn't calm down Rosen who told him that he was waiting for him in his office in 10 minutes and it was better for him to come up with a solution.[48]
Chadwick gathered the Light Brigade and with them went to capture Lansky, but found that Cloak and Dagger had already defeated him. Chadwick sought to get Lansky back into Genetech custody and unleash the Light Brigade on the two heroes, but the pair easily got rid of the Light Brigade. However in the end Cloak handed Lansky over to Chadwick telling him to keep a shorter leash next time and to Chadwick's threat that he told the couple he had to report them to the authorities, Cloak replied that he wouldn't do it also because he knew he wasn't acting legally.[138]

Chalmers[]

Chalmers (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 41 001 Appearances: X-Men #41

Mr. Chalmers warned Doctor Hunt of the danger posed by the nuclear oscillotron.[139]

Chalmers (Earth-616) from Iron Man Legacy Vol 1 11 0001 Appearances: Iron Man: Legacy #11

Chalmers was the corrupt Los Angeles District Attorney paid by The Pride and when Geoffrey Wilder was arrested for kidnapping Tamara and Tyree Robinson, he was on vacation and as soon as he heard the news he returned immediately to Los Angeles to free him but this did not satisfy Wilder in how much he spent the night in prison and then slapped him publicly and declared that he would lose his reelection as district attorney.[140]

Chamberlain[]

Chamberlain from Thor Vol 1 348 0001 Appearances: Thor #348, Thor #349

Chamberlain was an advisor to Odin who was speaking with him after Odin had tasked the Warriors Three to raise an army. He was praising their success to Odin but Odin felt that the army might not be sufficient in size.[141]

Chan[]

Chan (Earth-616) from Deadly Foes of Spider-Man Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Deadly Foes of Spider-Man #3

Chan was a guard at The Tomb prison. Knowing that Herman Schultz was terrified of Scourge, she walked up to her cell yelling "justice served" causing Schultz to scare himself into hiding under her cot. She later tried to stop Schultz and Fred Myers' escape attempt, but was knocked out by Myers by throwing coins at him.[142]

Chang[]

Chang (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 579 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #579

Dr. Chang attended Reed Richards' Singularity 2010 conference in Golden, Colorado.[143]

Charlene[]

Charlene (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 2 31 0001 Appearances: Thor (Vol. 2) #31

Charlene and her husband Red, from San Antonio, were on vacation in New York and met Thor on the street. Approaching him, Charlene asked Thor if it was true that Thursday was named after him.[144]

Charlene (Earth-616) from Amazing Fantasy Vol 2 14 001 Appearances: Amazing Fantasy (Vol. 2) #14

Charlene was a waitress at the City Limits Diner in Austin who met Vegas.[145]

Charlene (Earth-616) from She-Hulk Vol 2 9 001 Appearances: She-Hulk (Vol. 2) #9

Charlene was a long-time patron of the Velvet Morgue.[146]

Charlene (Earth-616) from Venom Lethal Protector Vol 2 4 001 Appearances: Venom: Lethal Protector (Vol. 2) #4

Charlene was a news reporter who interviewed Venom.[147]

Charles[]

Charles (Butler) (Earth-616) from Uncanny Tales Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Uncanny Tales #3

Charles was the butler of the rich and greedy Andrew Malvern. Despite many years of faithful service Charles saw himself refused a period of paid vacations to cure himself from Malvern.[148]

Charles (Driver) (Earth-616) from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 6 0001 Appearances: Tales of Suspense #6

Charles was the personal chauffeur of Vincent Farnsworth.[149]

Charles (Regent) (Earth-616) from Amazing Adult Fantasy Vol 1 10 001 Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #10

Acting regent uncle Charles was transformed into a toad by his own spell.[150]

Charles (Dran's Henchman) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 92 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #92 & Daredevil #93

Charles was a henchman, personal bodyguard and chauffeur for Damon Dran, specializing in martial arts.[151]

Charles (Earth-616) from Monsters Unleashed Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Monsters Unleashed #1

Charles concocts a scheme with his lover to get his wife out of the picture by causing her to have a mental breakdown when confronted with a werewolf. The man thinks his lover is just using a trained animal, but when he goes to her during a night of the full moon, he observes her transformation into a werewolf. The beast ignores him and heads off to attack his wife. The man returns to his wife just as the werewolf has scratched her neck and leaves. The man is able to stop his wife's bleeding and she recovers as the monster is shot and killed by the locals. The moon affects a transformation upon his wife and she attacks him.[152]

Charles (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 105 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #105

A guest of Kerwin J. Broderick who witnesses Kraven's assault on Daredevil and who is rebuked by the Black Widow for not intervening in aid of Daredevil.[153]

Charles (Driver) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 173 0001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #173

Charles was the personal chauffeur of Ralph Roberts.[154]

Charles (Chauffeur) (Earth-616) from Zombie Vol 1 9 0001 Appearances: Zombie #9

Charles was the personal chauffeur of Simon Garth.[155]

Charles (Anthropologist) (Earth-616) from Marvel Preview Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Marvel Preview #1

Charles was an anthropologist and colleague of John Chambers who had discovered traces of the coming of an alien race on Earth in the primitive era.[156]

Charles (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 168 001 Appearances: Daredevil #168

On an abandoned stretch of the West Side waterfront, Charles hit Elektra with a tranquilizer dart, knocking her out.[157]

Charles (Party-goer) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 224 0001 Appearances: Avengers #224

Charles was present to the party at Hotel Pierre and he was reprimanded by his wife to look too intensively at the women present.[158]

Charles (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 196 0001 Appearances: Iron Man #196

Charles and his wife Lucy were taking a trip on a balloon when the casing was hit by a darting armor of Iron Man controlled by the Omnos making the ball fall with the unfortunate couple inside but fortunately during the fall the ball caught between the branches of a tree, slowing down the fall so that Charles and his wife were saved.[159]

Charles (Podunk Slam) (Earth-616) from Marvel Fanfare Vol 1 38 0001 Appearances: Marvel Fanfare #38

An old man to whom the Mask of Death by Koala Mumba guaranteed youth along with four other men to the detriment of various teenagers without their knowledge. They were forced to become members of the very successful boy-band among the teenagers of the Podunk Slam by Mr. Appletree, the one who had made them rejuvenate using the mask. But when Moon Knight showed them what was happening to their fans, they all gave up their success and youth by destroying the mask.[160]

Charles (Earth-616) from Solo Avengers Vol 1 10 0001 Appearances: Solo Avengers #10

Charles was an assistant to Dr. Druid for whom he organized a talk show presence to promote his new book, but when Druid had to intervene urgently in a demonic case by asking Charles to apologize to the host of the show, Charles remembered to Druid how this would have adversely affected his career.[161]

Charles (Butler) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 236 0001 Appearances: Iron Man #236

Charles was the butler of the famous sculptor Paul St. Pierre, alias the Grey Gargoyle in disguise.[162]

Charles (Ultra-Tech) (Earth-616) from Marvel Comics Presents Vol 1 32 0001 Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #31, Marvel Comics Presents #32, Marvel Comics Presents #33, Marvel Comics Presents #35

A control technician for Project Ultra-Tech.[163][164]

Charles (Earth-616) from Wonder Man Vol 2 16 0001 Appearances: Wonder Man (Vol. 2) #16

Charles was a gang member who killed a woman that together with other gang members killed passers-by, including two children.[165]

Charles (Gradeschooler) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 381 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #381

Charles was rescued by Spider-Man from a couple of bullies at a schoolyard in Lower Manhattan.[166]

Charles (Crusader) (Earth-616) from Strange Combat Tales Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Strange Combat Tales #4

Charles was one of the five Crusader knights rendered almost immortal to protect the Spear of Destiny.[167]

Charles (Chauffeur) (Earth-616) from Ghost Rider Vol 3 73 0001 Appearances: Ghost Rider (Vol. 3) #73

Charles was the chauffeur of Anton Hellgate.[168]

Charles (Chauffeur) (Earth-616) from Peter Parker Spider-Man Vol 1 44 0001 Appearances: Peter Parker: Spider-Man #44

Charles was Norman Osborn's chauffeur who took him to the cemetery where his son Harry was buried and since there was a storm he offered to accompany him with his umbrella even though Norman told him it did not matter as he liked storms.[169]

Charles (Anchorman) (Earth-616) from Peter Parker Spider-Man Vol 1 53 0001 Appearances: Peter Parker: Spider-Man #53

In his television show, he interviewed a man who had written a book against the super-heroes[170]

Charles (Actor) (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 11 17 001 Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 11) #17

An actor, Charles, was taken hostage and killed by Face.[171]

Charles (Earth-616) from United States of Captain America Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: United States of Captain America #2

Charles was the son of a Harrisburg policeman and along with his armed accomplice Taylor attempted to rob a diner but were stopped by Nichelle Wright, who however took the blame for assaulting a policeman's son.[172]

Charley[]

Charley from Patsy Walker Vol 1 90 0001 Appearances: Patsy Walker #90

Charley was a pianist working J. Nelson Earplug.[173]

Charley (Earth-616) from Captain Britain Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Captain Britain #4, Captain Britain #8

Charley was a friend of Jacko Tanner, who witnessed Hurricane fighting against Captain Britain at Thames University.[174] Charley and Tommy used to tease Jacko about how much Courtney prefered Brian Brian Braddock to him.[175]

Charlie (Double Helix) (Earth-616) from Captain America Annual Vol 1 10 0001 Appearances: Captain America Annual #10

Charley was a security guard at the Double Helix laboratory and was on duty when the lab was attacked by Romulus.[176]

Charley (Guard) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 314 001 Appearances: Daredevil #314

Charley was a corrupt prison guard who didn't help Alan Fagan.[177]

Charlie[]

Charlie (Earth-616) from All Winners Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: All Winners #2

To pressure Marie Lathrop to marry him, Barrows shot her boyfriend and ranch hand Charlie. Marie and her father Jim then rushed Charlie to the local doctor Matthew Masters who, unknown to them, promised years ago to the Governor of Texas to never kill again and took up medicine instead. Later Barrows returned and killed Charlie.[178]

Charlie (Bartender) (Earth-616) from Fear Vol 1 11 0001 Appearances: Marvel Tales #105

Charlie was a bartender who was forced to put up with the ravings of the various customers.[179]

Charlie from Mystic Vol 1 8 0001 Appearances: Mystic #8

Charlie was a real estate agent working for Richard Burns.[180]

Charlie (Farm Hand) (Earth-616) from Kid Colt Outlaw Vol 1 47 0001 Appearances: Kid Colt Outlaw #47

Charlie is the elderly worker on Ted's father's ranch, who took care of him following his father's death, along with his uncle Steve. While Steve has always been mean toward Ted, old Charlie is the only friend he has back home.

Charlie overhears a plot to kill Ted before he comes of age and earns the rights to his father's ranch so that Steve can take the ranch for himself.

Charlie then warned Ted, who had been camping with Kid Colt as he saved the outlaw hero from a bear. Kid Colt then guns down Steve and his men and leaves Ted in Charlie's care as he rides off.[181]

Charlie (Old West) (Earth-616) from Kid Colt Outlaw Vol 1 52 0001 Appearances: Kid Colt Outlaw #52

A resident of the village of Stockton, he was thrown out of the saloon and mocked by a local bully until the intervention of Kid Colt who came to the aid of Charlie and forced the bully to apologize.[182]

Charlie (Old West) (Earth-616) from Gunsmoke Western Vol 1 37 0001 Appearances: Gunsmoke Western #37

Charlie and his companion wandered around looking for a place where they would be accepted and instead they were systematically refused until they arrived at the village of Deepgulch where they were welcomed amicably and there he helped his partner build a medicine factory.[183]

Charlie (Earth-616) from Mystic Vol 1 56 0001 Appearances: Mystic #56

Charlie was a friend of Ned Flanders, the owner of a fish shop. As he visited him around the shop's closing time, Charlie re-remarked to Ned how tired he was and was starting to look like his fish.[184]

Charlie (Cook) (Earth-616) from Two-Gun Kid Vol 1 38 0001 Appearances: Two-Gun Kid #38

Charlie was the asian cook at Seth Maple's ranch. It was Charlie Charlie to tells Two-Gun Kid that after Maple died, Kip Rank, the ranch foreman, fired all the ranch hands and hired all new ones.[185]

Charlie (Central City) (Earth-616) from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 9 001 Appearances: Tales of Suspense #9

Charlie believed that Chondu the Mystic was a fake.[186]

Charlie (Mechanical Engineer's Assistant) (Earth-616) from Journey Into Mystery Vol 1 63 0001 Appearances: Journey Into Mystery #63

Charlie was Mr. Baxter's assistant and helped him create the giant Ulvar mannequin to trick the alien Goliath.[187]

Charlie (Officer) (Earth-616) from Journey Into Mystery Vol 1 69 0001 Appearances: Journey Into Mystery #69

He was sent by his sergeant to investigate the presence of a monster as reported by a taxi driver, but on his return Charlie reports that it was simply a costume party.[188]

Charlie (Central Park) (Earth-616) from Amazing Adventures Vol 1 5 0001 Appearances: Amazing Adventures #5

Charlie was a sailor who was taking a boat ride on the Lake in Central Park with his girlfriend when Monsteroso suddenly dove into the lake.[189]

Charlie (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 31 001 Appearances: Tales to Astonish #31

Flying over Mount Rushmore on an airplane, Charlie notices the presence of an extra personality carved together in the monument, not knowing it was the work of the artist who used an alien pen that made everything he drew come true. However, the surprise of seeing another sculpture appear in the famous monument caused Charlie to exclaim that he would see a shrink as soon as they landed.[86]

Charlie (Carnival) (Earth-616) from Journey Into Mystery Vol 1 78 0001 Appearances: Journey Into Mystery #78

Charlie run a small side show at a local carnival with with his greedy and lazy partner Mike. Unbeknownst to Mike, Charlie helped to free an extradimensional being that had been stuck with his hand in Charlie's dimension and to reward the being covered Charlie of gold, a metal that in his dimension had no value.[190]

Charlie (Explorer) (Earth-616) from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 27 0001 Appearances: Tales of Suspense #27

Charlie was a member of the Arctic expedition that discovered the alien Oog buried in the ice, dug it out and brought it home to study it.[191]

Charlie (Earth-616) from Linda Carter, Student Nurse Vol 1 5 0001 Appearances: Linda Carter, Student Nurse #5

While inside Metro-General Hospital he noticed the nurse Linda Carter and dazzled by her beauty he immediately asked the reception to be able to become a patient of the Hospital.[192]

Charlie (Teen Brigade) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 6 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #6, Avengers: The Origin #1, Avengers: The Origin #2, Avengers #13

At a Teen Brigade radio post, Charlie called Rick Jones to let him know that the Hulk got a pardon because he defeated the Metal Master.[193]
A while later, Charles sent a coded message to the Fantastic Four asking to help Hulk.[194]
He then confronted Ant-Man, Iron Man, Thor, and the Wasp when they broke into the Teen Brigade hideout in Albuquerque.[195]
Charlie, like Rick Jones and the rest of the Teen Brigade, was trapped by Count Nefaria in his castle atop the New Jersey Palisades: They were all eventually saved by Captain America when the Avenger broke into the building.[196]

Charlie from Strange Tales Vol 1 106 0001 Appearances: Strange Tales #106

Charlie was a attacker who worked for the Super Sign Co. and was among those who teased Willie Wopper because of his exaggerated tall tales.[197]

Charlie (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 42 001 Appearances: Tales to Astonish #42

Charlie was a cop who along with his partner chased down some bank robbers who had escaped and ducked down into an alley.[198]

Charlie (Cameraman) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 14 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #14

Charlie was a cameraman who filmed the Fantastic Four landing at the Idlewild Airport.[199]

Charlie (Fake Alien) (Earth-616) from Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 51 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #2, Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #50, Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #51
Charlie (Fake Alien) (Earth-616) from Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 51 0002

Unmasked

Charlie was among the men hired by Tinkerer and provided him with costume to pretend to be an alien and so confused as such by Spider-Man.[200] Later Charlie and the other mercenaries always disguised as aliens were used by Mysterio for a plot that Spider-Man managed to eradicate and expose the henchmen as disguised human beings.[201]

Charlie (Earth-616) from Love Romances Vol 1 105 0001 Appearances: Love Romances #105

Colleague of the beautiful Beverly Carter and among her many suitors.[91]

Charlie (Guinea Pig) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 16 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #16

Charlie was Reed Richards' pet guinea pig.[202]

Charlie (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #4

Charlie and his two accomplices were about to rob a jewelry store when they were stopped from attempting by Spider-Man. Taking advantage of Jameson's negative publicity, the three criminals, not having actually carried out the robbery yet, turned the accusations against Spider-Man of assault and battery, calling a policeman on the patrol and forcing Spider-Man to flee.[203]

Charlie (Construction Worker) (Earth-616) from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 49 001 Appearances: Tales of Suspense #49

Charlie and Rocco witnessed the Angel steal some T.N.T. and fly away with it.[204]

Charlie (Midtown High) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 8 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #8

Charlie was a student that attended Midtown High School along with Peter Parker.[205]

Charlie (Watchman) (Earth-616) from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 58 001 Appearances: Tales of Suspense #58

Charlie was a watchman in a construction power station where, one night, he recognized Captain America, his childhood idol, who was battling Iron Man, because the latter believed that Cap was being impersonated by Chameleon.[206]

Charlie (Pilot) (Earth-616) from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 67 001 Appearances: Tales of Suspense #67

Charlie was a trans-oceanic jet pilot who witnessed Iron Man flying near the aircraft, while it was over Ireland.[207]

Charlie (Johnny Storm's friend) (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 13 001 Appearances: X-Men #13

Charlie was a friend of Johnny Storm who worked on a custom racing car with the intention of trying it on the Salt Flats.[208]

Charlie (Bully) (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 15 001 Appearances: X-Men #15 & Professor Xavier and the X-Men #17

Charlie was one of the neighborhood kids who used to bully young Henry McCoy.[209][210]

Charlie (Musician) (Earth-616) from Journey Into Mystery Vol 1 125 001 Appearances: Journey Into Mystery #125

Charlie was a musician who witnessed Hercules eating a grand meal in a dinner club.[211]

Charlie (Earth-616) from Journey Into Mystery Vol 1 125 0001 Appearances: Journey Into Mystery #125

Charlie witnessed Thor plummeting to the ground like a streak complaining that the city was filling up with powerhouses as Hercules had also happened to be in the same place before.[211]

Charlie (Guard) (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 23 001 Appearances: X-Men #23

Charlie and Eddie attempted to capture the X-Men, and became shocked when they suddenly vanished.[212]

Charlie (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 25 0001 Appearances: X-Men #25

Charlie was nearby when Scott lost control of his optical beam due to a fortuitous collision with a passerby who dropped his ruby quartz glasses. A friend of Charlie realizing that Scott was a mutant shouted to Charlie to capture him, but Charlie instead replied that he would go the other way.[213]

Charlie (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 33 0001 Appearances: X-Men #33

Charlie was one of two National Guard soldiers who tried to stop the Juggernaut using a bazooka but with a totally negative outcome.[214]

Charlie (Porter) (Earth-616) from Millie the Model Vol 1 154 0001 Appearances: Millie the Model #154

As soon as she arrived at the station in New York, Millie said the word "porter" and immediately rushed Charlie who, seeing no baggage, decided to carry the same Millie out of the station.[215]

Charlie (Sailor) (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 40 001 Appearances: X-Men #40

Charlie was a sailor of a freighter who attempted to shoot at the X-Men.[216]

Charlie (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 1 152 0001 Appearances: Thor #152

Charlie was on the dock with a friend of his when Triton emerged from the sea and seeing him both got scared because of his appearance and fled in terror.[217]

Charlie (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 45 0001 Appearances: X-Men #45

Charlie was among the group of Nassau County citizens intent on lynching Bobby Drake after he was arrested for defending himself using his powers against a bully at school.[218]

Charlie (Times Square) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 103 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #103

Charlie witnessed the Hulk suddenly appearing in the middle of Times Square, but mistook him for an ad campaign by the Jolly Green Giant Company.[219]

Charlie (Earth-616) from Doctor Strange Vol 1 174 0001 Appearances: Doctor Strange #174

Charlie and a friend of his were in a truck when they met Clea and Dr. Strange in Greenwich Village and one of them gave an appreciation to Clea that she didn't appreciate doing to get rid of the truck.[220]

Charlie from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 122 0001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #122

Charlie encountered a fugitive Bruce Banner.[221]

Charlie (Press Reporter) (Earth-616) from Tower of Shadows Vol 1 5 0001 Appearances: Tower of Shadows #5

During a press conference by Jason Roland, Charlie asked the famous actor if it was true that the voice said that his fee had risen to a million dollars per film.[222]

Charlie (Thunderbolts) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 69 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #69

Charlie and Eddie were unloading a load of stolen goods under the gaze of the corrupt night watchman until the moment Daredevil intervened and knocked out all three scoundrels.[223]

Charlie (Astrologer) (Earth-616) from Amazing Adventures Vol 2 6 0001 Appearances: Amazing Adventures (Vol. 2) #6

Charlie was a member of the Astrologer's "Family" that came into conflict against the Black Widow.[224]

Charlie (Homeless) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 102 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #102

Charlie was the first victim of Morbius' vampirism as soon as he arrived in New York.[225]

Charlie (Mugger) (Earth-616) from Vampire Tales Vol 1 6 0001 Appearances: Vampire Tales #6

Charlie was a mugger who, along with an accomplice, tried to rob Angel O'Hara not expecting her to become the vampire Lilith, thus becoming a victim himself.[226]

Charlie (Museum Security) (Earth-616) from Doc Savage Vol 2 3 0001 Appearances: Doc Savage (Vol. 2) #3

Charlie was a security guard at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and was on duty when a mechanoid bear robbed the Stavros Diamond who was exhibited there.[227]

Charlie from Fantastic Four Vol 1 165 0001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #165

Some time later, Charlie witnessed the Crusader attacking a branch of the Franklin Pierce National Bank.[228]

Charlie (Nebraska) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 166 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #166

Charlie was a hippy who witnessed the Fantastic Four landing 747 jet on a highway.[229]

Charlie (Thug) (Earth-616) from Marvel Spotlight Vol 1 30 0001 Appearances: Marvel Spotlight #30

Charlie was one of the customers of a bar on Manhattan's Waterfront who clashed in a fight with the Warriors Three.[230]

Charlie (Janitor) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 115 0001 Appearances: Iron Man #115

Charlie was the janitor of the apartment building where lived Tony Stark in Manhattan.[231]

Charlie (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 250 001 Appearances: Captain America #250

Charlie was part of Samuel T. Underwood's staff and worked to convince Captain America to run for President.[232]

Charlie (Paramedic) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 229 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #229

Charlie was a paramedic who tried to save Madame Web after her encounter with the Juggernaut.[233]

Charlie (Pilot) (Earth-616) from Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #3

Charlie was the helicopter co-pilot of the Ryker's Island prison who tried to stop the Vultures escape.[234]

Charlie (Airline Pilot) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 197 0001 Appearances: Iron Man #197

Together with his co-pilot sighted in flight Thundersword on his winged horse and decides do not tell their passengers fearing that they both are imagining it.[235]

Charlie (Drug Dealer) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 19 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #19

During the transaction of drug, Charlie and the other drug dealer were caught and captured by Spider-Man.[236]

Charlie (Leonia) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 252 0001 Appearances: Vision and the Scarlet Witch (Vol. 2) #4 & Avengers #252

Charlie was a neighbor of the Vision and Scarlet Witch when the couple lived in Leonia after their marriage and was relieved to know that they would leave the neighborhood after an arson attack destroyed their home.[237][238]

Charlie (Bar With No Name) (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 318 0001 Appearances: Captain America #318

Charlie was an employee of the Bar With No Name located in Medina County.[239]

Charlie (Judge) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 345 0001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #345

Charlie was the judge of Middletown and he was among the victims of the detonation of the gamma bomb carried out by the Leader.[240]

Charlie (Homeless) (Earth-616) from Nick Fury vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Nick Fury vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. #2

Charlie was shot and killed by James Woo for sheltering Nick Fury in the sewers beneath the Grand Central Station.[241]

Charlie (Merida) (Earth-616) from Havok and Wolverine Meltdown Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Havok and Wolverine Meltdown #3

Charlie was businessman who managed to bring Havok and Scarlett to Poland.[242]

Charlie (Student) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Double Trouble Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man: Double Trouble #2

Charlie was a teenager who went to science fair finals but abused pills thinking he wasn't good enough, but thanks to the intervention of Spider-Man and Beth Smith friendship, Charlie regained his self-confidence and decided to use more of drugs.[243]

Charlie (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 287 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #287

Charlie was in the audience at Fogwell's Gym acclaiming an amnesiac and blindfolded Matt Murdock who challenged a professional boxer.[244]

Charlie (Mugger) (Earth-616) from Ghost Rider Vol 3 12 0001 Appearances: Ghost Rider (Vol. 3) #12

Charlie and his partner tried to rob Johnny Blaze in the night at Hoboken thinking he was a tourist but they got the worst and Charlie found himself disarmed and whining on his knees with Blaze's shotgun aimed at his head, however Blaze did not shoot him but aimed all in frightening him.[245]

No Image Male Appearances: Infinity Gauntlet #1

Charlie, like half the life in the whole universe, seemingly disappeared in front of his friend.[246]

Charlie (Sewer Worker) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 383 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #383

Charlie was a sewer worker who witnessed the Abomination wandering the New York sewers.[247]

Charlie (Movie Crew) (Earth-616) from Avengers West Coast Vol 1 79 0001 Appearances: Avengers West Coast #79

Charlie belonged to the film staff who was taken hostage by the Night Shift and rescued by the West Coast Avengers.[248]

Charlie (Mall Guard) (Earth-616) from Alpha Flight Vol 1 110 0001 Appearances: Alpha Flight #110

Charlie was a security guard in a shopping center in Toronto and was in service when there was the assault of Omega Flight against some members of Alpha Flight present there and he was a victim of Bile.[249]

Charlie (Model Soldiers) (Earth-616) from Dark Angel Vol 1 7 0001 Appearances: Dark Angel #7, Dark Angel #8

One of the mercenaries and member of the Model Soldiers.[250]

Charlie (Orderly) (Earth-616) from Nightstalkers Vol 1 6 0001 Appearances: Nightstalkers #6

Charlie was the only one of the three orderlies who survived Adam Casim's assault outside the hospital.[251]

Charlie (Serrial Killer) (Earth-616) from DaredevilBlack Widow Abattoir Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Daredevil/Black Widow: Abattoir #1

Charlie was a serial killer who taught Rose how to make their murders artistic. After somehow succeeding in defeating both Daredevil and Black Widow in combat, he was killed by the Black Widow herself that broke his neck with a chain.[252]

Charlie (FX Designer) (Earth-616) from Wonder Man Annual Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Wonder Man Annual #2

Jealous of Bob O'Bryan because he had blown the contract for the special effects of a new film, Charlie built a contraption to control the robot of Brown and star of the movie It, the Living Colossus and with it create confusion and destruction thus blaming Bob O'Bryan and appropriating the contract for the film, but during the assault of It intervened Wonder Man, also the protagonist of the film, who defeated It while Charlie was discovered and arrested.[253]

Charlie (Hunter) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 364 0001 Appearances: Avengers #364

He was hunting with his friend Mike just when landed Galen-Kor and his team of Kree rebels who killed them both.[254]

Charlie (Drug Manufacturer) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 28 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #28

Charlie was a member of the gang of drug manufacturers in Brooklyn and was present when their manufacturing lab was attacked by Cloak and Dagger.[255]

Fast Charlie (Earth-616) from Marvel Comics Presents Vol 1 151 001 Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #151

Fast Charlie was beaten by Bloody Mary for abusing his wife.[256]

Charlie (Wackyworld) (Earth-616) from X-Force Vol 1 66 0001 Appearances: X-Force #66

While he was having fun with his friend Jay Glazer at Wackyworld, on their little car jumped over Risque fleeing from Caliban and asked if they would give her a ride.[257]

Charlie from Iron Man Vol 3 24 0001 Appearances: Iron Man (Vol. 3) #24

Years later, Charlie piloted the Champion Air six-one-niner whose wing was accidentally damaged during a battle between Iron Man and Warbird.[258]

Charlie (Bus Driver) (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 2 54 0001 Appearances: Thor (Vol. 2) #54

He commented on the vicissitudes that occurred to his colleague Malik and how much he risked and that if he did not find the religion, nothing would have succeeded.[259]

Charlie (Drake's Student) (Earth-616) from Elektra Vol 3 17 0001 Appearances: Elektra (Vol. 3) #17

Charlie was a young martial arts student in Drake's dojo.[260]

Charlie (Project Armageddon) (Earth-616) from Domino Vol 2 3 0001 Appearances: Domino (Vol. 2) #3

Charlie was a soldier who served in the secret government Project Armageddon.[261]

Charlie (Payton Noble) (Earth-616) from Jubilee Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Jubilee #3 & Jubilee #4

Charlie is a student at Payton Noble High School and a former member of Shooter's gang.[262]

Charlie (Paramedic) (Earth-616) from Daredevil vs. Punisher Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Daredevil vs. Punisher #5

Charlie was one of the paramedics who assisted Mary Bastelli.[263]

Charlie (Inmate) (Earth-616) from Civil War War Crimes Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Civil War: War Crimes #1

Charlie was an inmate on Ryker's Island and was punished by the Enforcers who broke his arm for using the shower used exclusively by the Kingpin.[264]

Charlie (Prison Guard) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 539 0003 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #539, Amazing Spider-Man #541

Charlie was a corrupt prison guard.[265] He helped Kingpin dealing with Spider-Man.[266]

Charlie (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 612 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #612

Charlie was a newsvendor who, instigated by Electro's televised speech against Dexter Bennett and his embezzlements, decided to no longer sell the Daily Bugle newspapers at his newsstand and also refused to receive them for their morning delivery.[267]

Charlie from Deadpool Vol 4 22 001 Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #22

Charlie, along with the rest of the Mason County Sheriff's Department, was part of a county wide gas station and tour bus robbing ring. After robbing the tour bus that Deadpool was on, Charlie was tracked down to the police department by Deadpool, where he and the rest of the crooked cops were incarcerated.[268]

Charlie (Security Guard) (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 5 11 0001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 5) #10 & Wolverine (Vol. 5) #11

Charlie was a security guard at a Mall in Alberta and was present when the Mall was attacked by members of the Hand and was killed by one of them.[269]

Charlie (Truck Driver) (Earth-616) from New Avengers Vol 2 11 0001 Appearances: New Avengers (Vol. 2) #11

Charlie was a Nazi follower of the Red Skull and was killed by Sabretooth to take possession of his truck to infiltrate the Avengers by surprise in the Nazi base.[270]

Charlie (Kid) (Earth-616) from New Warriors Vol 5 2 0001 Appearances: New Warriors (Vol. 5) #2

Charlie was with his mom in the subway when the Evolutionaries attacked the Morlocks derailing the train carriage and thanks to the intervention of Mark Sim, Charlie avoided getting hurt even though everyone in the carriage blamed Mark for the incident.[271]

Charlie (Fact Channel) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 3 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 3) #3

Charlie was the cameraman for reporter Phoebe Gold's outdoor shooting.[272]

Charlie (Harlem) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 4 1.1 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 4) #1.1

Charlie was a piragua vendor and an acquaintance of Mara Rodriguez.[273]

Charlie (Bus Driver) (Earth-616) from Ms. Marvel Vol 4 13 0001 Appearances: Ms. Marvel (Vol. 4) #13

Charlie warned Ms. Marvel, who was traveling on the roof of his bus, they arrived in front of the City Hall, the place where Ms. Marvel had to go.[274]

Charlie (Orderly) (Earth-616) from Foolkiller Vol 3 3 0001 Appearances: Foolkiller (Vol. 3) #3

Charlie was an orderly at the Central Indiana State Mental Institution where Greg Salinger was hospitalized during his period of treatment after his first exploit as the Foolkiller.[275]

Charlie (LVMPD) (Earth-616) from Ben Reilly Scarlet Spider Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #4

A detective in the LVMPD, he is ordered by his superior to accompany Slate to a specific cell and then leave him alone and walk away.[276]

Charlie (Earth-616) from Cloak and Dagger Negative Exposure - Marvel Digital Original Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Cloak and Dagger: Negative Exposure - Marvel Digital Original #3

Charlie was a security guard in Martin Li's building in Los Angeles. Suspicious of the presence of Mr. Li (separated from his Mr. Negative persona) and other people at a strange time, he warned the Inner Demons of their presence.[277]

Charlie (Earth-616) from Amazing Mary Jane Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Amazing Mary Jane #1, Amazing Mary Jane #2, Amazing Mary Jane #3, Amazing Mary Jane #4, Amazing Mary Jane #5

Charlie was an actor who played the role of Spider-Man in the Mysterio biopic.[278]
He renounced his role after the umpteenth incident that occurred during the filming of the film.[279]

Charlita[]

Charlita (Earth-616) from X-Force Vol 6 21 0001 Appearances: X-Force (Vol. 6) #21

Charlita was a little girl who was playing on the beach when they were rescued by Man-Slaughter, not having realized they were about to be attacked by an infected orca.[280]

Charlotte[]

Charlotte (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men First Class Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men: First Class #1

Charlotte was saved by Nightcrawler from a fall of construction bricks.[281]

Charlotte (Earth-616) from Spider-Island I Love New York City Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Spider-Island: I Love New York City #1

Charlotte was a six-year-old girl who acquired Spider-Man-like powers after being infected with the Spider-Virus. She defeated and captured two would-be robbers who had broken into her house and tied up her parents to rob their apartment.[282]

Charnoff[]

Charnoff (Earth-616) from X-Factor Vol 3 6 001 Appearances: X-Factor (Vol. 3) #6

Mrs. Charnoff used to run the Saint Joan's Orphanage.[283]

Charteris[]

Charteris (Earth-616) from War Is Hell Vol 1 9 001 Appearances: War Is Hell #9

Captain Charteris was John Kowalski's main accuser during the court martial trial where he accused him of espionage and high treason and dishonorably discharged him from the Marine Corps.[284]

Chase[]

Chase (Earth-616) from Strange Academy Presents Death of Doctor Strange Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Strange Academy Presents: Death of Doctor Strange #1

Chase and Avery were the two Weirdworld Mapmakers. When Amora and her son Alvi were looking for the wizard Pulsari who had taken Alvi's twin, Iric, thanks to an agreement signed between Amora and Pulsari years earlier, they turned to the Mapmakers who in exchange for an ice cream each drew a map, even if in their childish drawing it was difficult to interpret.[285]

Chavez[]

Chavez (Earth-616) from Silver Surfer Vol 6 2 0001 Appearances: Silver Surfer (Vol. 6) #2

Chavez was a technician who worked at the Mexican Army base where Norrin Radd was held prisoner. He warned that due to a solar storm Suzi Endo was needed to re-establish communications.[286]

Chaz[]

Chaz (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 7 001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #7

Chaz was the leader of the bikers who harassed Connie.[287]

Chelsea[]

Chelsea (Earth-616) from Mosaic Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Mosaic #1

Chelsea was an acquaintance of Fife.[288]

Chen[]

Chen (Earth-616) from Marvel Comics Presents Vol 1 7 001 Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #7

Chen was a thug who harassed Madame Joy and was killed by Jessan Hoan.[289]

Doctor Chen (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 4 15 001 Appearances: Iron Man (Vol. 4) #15 & Iron Man (Vol. 4) #16

Doctor Chen from the Hu Po Psychiatric Institute showed Karim Mahwash Najeeb where the Mandarin was being kept.[290]
He was then immediately killed by Darius Faraz.[291]

Chen (Dealer) (Earth-616) from Invincible Iron Man Vol 2 16 001 Appearances: Invincible Iron Man (Vol. 2) #16

Chen was a hardware dealer at Ludlow Street who was shown a StarkTech hard drive by Natalia Romanova.[292]

Cheo[]

Cheo (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 262 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #262

Cheo was one of Roberto DeNatale's henchmen and went to D.J. Jones's residence to pressure him into giving up information he had about the identity of Spider-Man. Spider-Man intervened and fought off Cheo and the other thugs.[293]

Cheryl[]

Cheryl (Earth-616) from West Coast Avengers Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: West Coast Avengers #4

Cheryl was one of the party-goers to Graviton's retreat.[294]

Chester[]

Chester (Earth-616) from Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 106 0001 Appearances: Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #106

Chester was a henchman for Vince Granetti. He took offense to Paladin's aggressive attitude towards his boss.[295]

Chesterton[]

Chesterton (Earth-616) from Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 204 001 Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #204

Mr. Chesterton was a representative for the council of crime bosses in New York City, who told Tombstone that his application had been rejected because of Nick Kaska.[296]

Chet[]

Chet (Reno) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 420 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #420

Chet was an HIV-positive person on the verge of suicide who called the general emergency hotline and talked all night with Betty Ross, before dying in a train crash without telling her his girlfriend's name.[297]

Chiang[]

Chiang (Earth-616) from Journey Into Mystery Vol 1 516 0001 Appearances: Journey Into Mystery #516

Prof. Chiang was a scientist who produced the Wild Tiger drug for the Wild Tiger Mob and when asked to reduce production time she replied to Deng Ling-Xiao that she was unable to change the laws of physics and therefore he had to wait. Ling-Xiao did not like that ironic response, as he stabbed it with his claws and killed it.[298]

Chico[]

Chico (Earth-616) from Civil War Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Civil War #1

Chico was a club bouncer who happened to know Johnny Storm.[299]

Chico (Junkyard Owner) (Earth-616) from Deadpool Team-Up Vol 1 897 001 Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #900

Chico was a junkyard owner and an acquaintance of Deadpool.[300]

Childs[]

Childs (Earth-616) from Fearless Defenders Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Fearless Defenders #2

Childs was one the mercenaries sent by Mr. Raven to capture Dani Moonstar at 1128 Mission Street.[301]

Chilton[]

Chilton (Earth-616) from Emma Frost Vol 1 15 0001 Appearances: Emma Frost #15

Astrid Bloom's mother was widowed when Astrid was 7, but shortly thereafter she remarried Aubrey Chilton and had another daughter upon whom she poured out her maternal love at Astrid's expense. When, at thirteen, Astrid revealed her powers to her mother and adoptive father as soon as they emerged, they refused her completely.[302]
It was later revealed that Astrid was not hunted by her on her parents, but she mentally controlled her 5 year old sister Yvonne, who killed her parents in her sleep, and Yvonne was interned.[303]

Chip[]

Chip (Explorer) (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 2 3 001 Appearances: Thor (Vol. 2) #3

Chip was one of the explorers who were crushed by a sea monster after discovering an ancient Viking dragonship.[304]

Chloe[]

Chloe (Johnny Blaze's Girlfriend) (Earth-616) from Ghost Rider Vol 4 2 001 Appearances: Ghost Rider (Vol. 4) #2

Mentions: Ghost Rider (Vol. 4) #1

Chloe was Johnny Blaze's girlfriend for a short time. After Johnny missed a date with Chloe and made her wait for two hours without him showing up, when she heard him again the next morning on her phone she asked Johnny if he had used drugs.[305]

Chloe (Earth-616) from Marvel Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Marvel #2

Chloe was a child who was trapped in the rubble of a collapsed building and was rescued by the Vision.[306]

Choi[]

Mr. Choi (Earth-616) from Black Cat Annual Vol 2 1 001 Appearances: Black Cat Annual (Vol. 2) #1

Mr. Choi was the leader of a South Korean gangster family called the Choi Faction who employed the body-snatcher Mongdal to compromise patriotic hero Taegukgi and use him as leverage for a coup. However, Mongdal had no interest in the Choi Faction's plan and only wanted to use Taegukgi to wreak as much havoc as possible, so he hired the death cult known as the Maidens to slaughter the Choi Faction. The piled-up bodies of the Choi Faction were found inside their base in the abandoned Alps Ski Resort by Taegukgi's Tiger Division teammate White Fox and conscripted ally the Black Cat. Using facial recognition software installed in her mask, White Fox identified one of the bodies as Mr. Choi.[307]

Choll[]

Choll (Earth-616) from Captain America What Price Glory Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Captain America: What Price Glory? #1

Choll was one of the mobsters who were confronted Captain America for roughing up Jimmy Sanders.[308]

Chong[]

Detective Chong (Earth-616) from Spider-Woman Vol 4 2 001 Appearances: Spider-Woman (Vol. 4) #2

Detective Chong was killed by Hydra agents after helping Jessica Drew.[309]

Chowder[]

Chowder (Earth-616) from Tomb of Dracula Vol 2 4 0001 Appearances: Tomb of Dracula (Vol. 2) #4

Doctor Chowder was an elderly physician who lived on the island of Harrow's Point in the early 1900s. Chowder was called upon to examine young Angelica Neal who had suffered from a vampire attack. Chowder immediately recognized the symptoms and informed her father Frank that his daughter was the victim of a vampire. He performed a blood transfusion between Angelica and her mother Laurie. Rather than administering conventional medical care, Doctor Chowder provided Frank Neal with a string of garlic cloves (which he just happened to have been carrying on his person). He advised Neal to hang them from his daughter's window. That evening, Dracula attacked again, but this time his victim was Laurie Neal. The viciousness of the attack, in combination with the blood she already loss due to the transfusion, resulted in Laurie's immediate death. Doctor Chowder attended the funeral service officiated by bishop Father McFarland and later accompanied McFarland and Frank Neal on an attack against Dracula. Though McFarland was killed, Doctor Chowder assisted Frank Neal in operating a lighthouse beacon which drove the vampire away. Doctor Chowder's activities following this incident are unknown, though it is safe to assume that he likely passed away of natural causes in the intervening years.[310]

Chris[]

Chris (Boxing Agent) (Earth-616) from Two-Gun Kid Vol 1 11 0001 Appearances: Two-Gun Kid #11

Chris was the agent of the boxer Lefty Belton who together with Lefty's girlfriend tried to make up the boxing match by betting against Lefty's opponent and also involving Two-Gun Kid who made their frauds fail.[311]

Chris (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 33 001 Appearances: Daredevil #33

Chris was a security technician on the train from New York City to Montreal which was attacked by the Beetle, in order to rob the shipment of the Regina necklace.[312]

Chris (Earth-616) from Marvel Comics Presents Vol 1 11 001 Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #11

Chris was a crack addict who was blackmailed by a drug dealer because he owed him money, so Chris asked for help from his cousin Slag who took care of the drug dealer but who could not convince Chris to get into rehab.[313]

Chris (Earth-616) from Siren Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Siren #1

Chris was a trainee of the Taskmaster Academy and together with another trainee they mocked Siren telling her that she was Taskmaster's pet and she don't had what it takes to cut it, to which Siren gave a painful lesson to both students.[314]

Chris (Earth-616) from Deadpool Vol 3 55 0001 Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 3) #55

Chris was returning home on his SUV when he was involved in the fight between the Punisher and Deadpool and he himself was hit on the head unintentionally by Deadpool.[315]

Chris (Earth-616) from Iron Fist Vol 4 3 0001 Appearances: Iron Fist (Vol. 4) #3

A nurse from Sioux Falls who handed a corpse to the pathologist Karen to be able to do an autopsy.[316]

Chris (Earth-616) from Iron Fist Vol 4 4 0001 Appearances: Iron Fist (Vol. 4) #4

A paramedic who handed a corpse to the pathologist Karen at the Morgue in Sioux City commenting that the body resembled the recovered corpses drained of their lifeblood in a bus in Colorado.[317]

Chris (Merx) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Unlimited Vol 3 7 0001 Appearances: Spider-Man Unlimited (Vol. 3) #7

Chris was an employee at Merx Pharmaceutical and was present in the company's offices during the clash between Spider-Man and Mysterio.[318]

Chris (Bank Robber) (Earth-616) from Avengers Classic Vol 1 6 0001 Appearances: Avengers Classic #6

Chris and his girlfriend were fleeing the law after robbing a bank until they had a serious car accident and Chris was seriously injured. Chris was saved by Wasp who cauterized his lung wound.[319]

Chris (Earth-616) from Dark X-Men The Beginning Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Dark X-Men: The Beginning #2

Chris was the foreman on the construction site of the North Pole Children's Hospital where Michael Pointer also worked.[320]

No Image Male Appearances: Ms. Marvel (Vol. 2) #43 & Ms. Marvel (Vol. 2) #44

Chris was the producer of the television show written by Catherine Donovan when she was still separated from Carol Danvers.[321]

Chris (Supremacist) (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 609 0001 Appearances: Captain America #608, Captain America #609

Chris was a high school student and a member of a group of white supremacists.[322]

Chris (Inuk) (Earth-616) from Age of Heroes Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Age of Heroes #4

Chris was an Inuk who lived in Fairbanks, Alaska, with his daughter Tiffany and his great-grandfather Auckaneck who in the past worshipped the frozen Cap believing him to be a god and that Chris did not want him to tell that story to his daughter.[323]

Chris (Fallon) (Earth-616) from Squadron Supreme Vol 4 7 001 Appearances: Squadron Supreme (Vol. 4) #7

Chris was Sally's son.[324]

Chris (Earth-616) from Kingpin Vol 3 4 001 Appearances: Kingpin (Vol. 3) #3, Kingpin (Vol. 3) #4

Chris was a member of the Tombstone's gang, who had been charged with eliminating Kingpin, but who himself was killed by Fisk.[325]

Chris (Homeless) (Earth-616) from Moon Knight Vol 1 189 0001 Appearances: Moon Knight #189

Chris was a homeless girl who lived in Central Park near Harlem and gave Patient 86 some information.[326]

Chris (Earth-616) from War of the Realms War Scrolls Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: War of the Realms: War Scrolls #1

Chris was a friend of Jae Yeong. When Malekith's forces invaded Manhattan during the War of the Realms, Chris and his friends ran towards the Sanctum Sanctorum. Chris fell and hurt himself, and Jae stayed behind to attend to him, leaving the two of them at the mercy of a group of Dark Elves. They were saved by Wolverine, and then reached the Sanctum Sanctorum.[327]

Chrissy[]

Chrissy (Earth-616) from Marvel Knights Double Shot Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Marvel Knights Double Shot #3

Chrissy was the assistant to Apex Studios producer Ann Peery. She was called by Ann asking about her laptop, and Chrissy told him that she had called a woman saying she had found it.[328]

Christina[]

Christina (Earth-616) from Iron Man 2.0 Vol 1 7.1 001 Appearances: Iron Man 2.0 #7.1

Christina was the master of ceremonies of the Elysée Palace in Paris and she recommended the utmost precision in advent of the visit of the dictator Aziz Nabavi to discuss the actions to be taken because of the situation in his country.[329]

Christina (Earth-616) from Journey Into Mystery Vol 1 635 001 Appearances: Journey Into Mystery #635

Christina was an American student who was in Paris when Mokk transformed a myriad of people into statues and she was traumatized and because of this she remained harnessed by Nightmare's nightmares but she was exorcised and awakened by Loki in collaboration with Leah and the Son of Satan.[330]

Christina (Earth-616) from Strange Academy Presents Death of Doctor Strange Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Strange Academy Presents: Death of Doctor Strange #1

Christina was a waitress in a pub where the Enchantress and her son Alvi were discussing the pact she had made with the sorcerer Pulsari about having to give him her firstborn, and during the discussion Amora apologized to Christina and her colleague Michael of the animosity of his son. After the mother and son couple left, Christina pointed out that Amora hadn't paid her bill, and Michael replied that she never does.[285]

Christine[]

Christine (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 41 001 Appearances: Iron Man #41

Christine was rescued by Iron Man from a collapsing terminal building.[331]

Christophe[]

Christophe (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 14 001 Appearances: Iron Man #14

Inspector Christophe helped Tony Stark uncover the mystery of the Night Phantom, who kidnapped him. He was eventually rescued by Iron Man.[332]

Christopher[]

Christopher (Earth-616) from Marvel Comics Presents Vol 1 159 001 Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #159

Christopher was a homeless who had taken refuge in the abandoned warehouses of Brooklyn creating a small community of squatters, but they were stuck inside a warehouse while a fire broke out caused by Phantome's reckless assault. Luckily they were saved by Vengeance's intervention.[333]

Chu[]

Chu (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 3 66 001 Appearances: Avengers (Vol. 3) #66, Avengers (Vol. 3) #68

Dr. Chu visited the rescue camp in the Custer State Park with Warbird.[334]
As the red cloud began spreading through South Dakota, they then moved to St. Mary's Hospital.[335]

Chuck[]

Chuck (Metro College) (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 24 001 Appearances: X-Men #24

Chuck and Bob recognized Prof. August Hopper.[336]

Chuck (California) (Earth-616) from Amazing Adventures Vol 2 7 001 Appearances: Amazing Adventures (Vol. 2) #7

Chuck was a bodybuilder who witnessed the Inhumans landing on a private beach.[337]

Chuck (Brand) (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 173 001 Appearances: Captain America #173

Chuck was one of the security guards assigned to the Dallas plant.[338]

Chuck (Earth-616) Man-Thing Vol 1 15 Appearances: Man-Thing #15

In a weird twist of fate, a Man-Thing-shaped candle (created after his New York rampage) was drugged and given to Ted Sallis' former love interest Sainte-Cloud by her jilted lover Chuck, causing her to see Man-Thing hallucinations; exposed to the drug himself, a terrified Chuck badly burnt his face on the candle.[339]

Chuck from Marvel Comics Presents Vol 1 151 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #183, Marvel Comics Presents #151

Chuck and Jane Hanson reported Billy O'Koren's acquittal of the charge of second degree murder in the slaying of Flapper.[340]
Chuck and Katy reported the news about Bloody Mary's serial beatings.[256]

Chuck (White Rabbit) (Earth-616) from Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 131 001 Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #131

Chuck was among the White Rabbit Gang members who attempted to rob the Kwikkee Burger.[341]

Chuck (Earth-616) from Alpha Flight Vol 1 20 0001 Appearances: Alpha Flight #20

Chuck was a construction worker on a crew working on a sanitarium project in British Columbia, Canada. His crew was present when Sasquatch completed a major water diversion part of the project. Chuck and his coworkers were ogling Aurora when she arrived to speak with Sasquatch.[17]

Chuck (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 265 001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #265

Chuck was a reporter who obtained information from a detective regarding thefts carried out in the mansions of wealthy criminals in Cairo, Illinois.[342]

Chuck (Earth-616) from X-Factor Vol 1 59 001 Appearances: X-Factor #59

Chuck was a cameraman for Trish Tilby. They filmed the scene where Archangel made two reporters fall into the river after saving them, and commenting on the incident with Trish they resolved that if they would not show the footage, even if from those scenes it seemed that Archangel was about to attack the two reporters, someone else of the reporters present there would have done so by getting a scoop instead of them.[343]

Chuck from Ghost Rider Vol 3 5 0001 Appearances: Ghost Rider (Vol. 3) #5

During the news he launches the external service of the correspondent Linda Mai about the activity of the vigilante in the city.[344]

Chuck (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 25 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #25

Chuck and his wife Ellen with their small newborn Bobby gave Eddie Brock a lift, stopping at a diner, where they were held hostage by a gang of robbers. When one of the robbers began molesting his newborn, Chuck fought back but the robber shot him in the shoulder. Later responding to the taunts of the bandits, Eddie decided to intervene and eliminated the entire gang.[345]

Chuck (Brazo) (Earth-616) from Punisher War Zone Vol 1 39 001 Appearances: Punisher: War Zone #39

Chuck was one of Mr. Brazo's henchmen, who was killed by his boss because he didn't notice Carson was a federal agent.[346]

Chuck (Earth-616) from Hulk Vol 2 30.1 0001 Appearances: Hulk (Vol. 2) #30.1, Hulk (Vol. 2) #33

Mentions: Hulk (Vol. 2) #31

Chuck was a Life-Model Decoy who worked at the Gamma Base.[347]
Chuck was destroyed by Black Fog in the Mojave Desert.[348]

Chuck (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 62 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #62

Chuck was a mercenary in the service of Wilson Fisk who attempted to arrest Boomerang, while it was in effect a way to distract him and get Bullseye's task done.[349]

Chuck (Earth-616) from She-Hulk Vol 4 6 001 Appearances: She-Hulk (Vol. 4) #6

Chuck was the doorman of the building of a Janet van Dyne's apartment in which she had housed Jennifer Walters.[350]

Chumley[]

Chumley (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 273 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #273

Mr. Chumley was the executive vice-president of the Tokyo branch of Fireheart Enterprises and was concerned by the sudden and unexpected appearance of the Fireheart's owner in Japan.[351]

Churchill[]

No Image Female Mentions: Avengers #224

Lady Churchill organized a party at the luxurious Hotel Pierre where Princess Diana, Liz Taylor, Elton John, Tony Stark and Janet van Dyne attended as well as many other socialites and VIPs.[158]

Cindy[]

Cindy (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 161 001 Appearances: Avengers #161

Cindy was a ranch girl at Cheery-O's Dude Ranch who met Clinton Barton and Two-Gun Kid.[352]

Cindy (Mount Pressure) (Earth-616) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 13 001 Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #13

Cindy witnessed her boyfriend being crushed by the anomaly in Mount Pressure.[353]

Cindy (Blind Group) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 74 001 Appearances: Daredevil #74

Cindy was part of a blind group who helped Daredevil when the entire city was struck blind.[354]

Cirello[]

Cirello (Earth-616) from Alias Vol 1 19 001 Appearances: Alias #19

After the beating of the fight with Denny Haynes, Jessica Jones went to the emergency room of the hospital where she was treated by Doctor Cirello and who assured her that she would not have permanent damage.[355]

Cissy[]

Cissy (Earth-616) from Defenders Vol 1 33 0001 Appearances: Defenders #33, Defenders #34

Cissy and Mitchell were a couple that were kidnapped in Central Park by the Ludberdites in order to control their minds and offer them an artificial type of peace.[356]

Clancy[]

Clancy (Pilot) (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 97 001 Appearances: X-Men #97

Clancy was a Starcore jet pilot who was saved from Havok's attack at JFK Airport by Nightcrawler.[357]

Clancy (Policeman) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 2 70 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk (Vol. 2) #70

Clancy was one of the state troopers who were watching over Bruce Banner in Simetry.[358]

Clarence[]

Clarence (Earth-616) from Herc Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Herc #5, Herc #6, Herc #9

Clarence along with two other Brooklyn College students worshiped Hercules and witnessed his fight with Kyknos.[359] They also convinced Rhea to trust him in order to grant him the power to defeat his enemies. The trio later became his official aides calling themselves the Nerds Three. He alerted Hercules of an attempted break-in at the Museum of Art by a group of ninjas.[360]

Clarissa[]

Clarissa (Los Angeles) (Earth-616) from Journey Into Mystery Vol 1 504 001 Appearances: Journey Into Mystery #504

Clarissa was one of Freddy Moyer's models.[361]

Clark[]

Clark (Earth-616) from Punisher War Journal Vol 1 53 0001 Appearances: Punisher War Journal #53

Clark was guarding the Sword of Liberty's camp but he was taken from behind by the Punisher who broke his neck.[362]

Claude[]

Claude (Earth-616) and Isaac (Earth-616) from Solo Avengers Vol 1 7 001 Appearances: Solo Avengers #7

Claude was a member of the terrorist group of the Bartovian Liberation Front who attacked Orly airport in Paris, taking hostages and declaring that they would kill them if the French government did not free their militants who had been captured after a terrorist attack and imprisoned . The entire group was confronted by Hawkeye, Silver Sable and Sandman who were at the airport to return to their homes and were all captured and handed over to the French authorities.[363]

Claude (Earth-616) from Elektra Vol 3 11 001 Appearances: Elektra (Vol. 3) #11

Claude was a technology supplier for Elektra in Paris, who he knew by the name Giselle. She was surprised when Elektra came to him, as they had agreed that their contact should not occur by any means that did not involve meeting. Elektra was looking for a job, but Claude replied that hiring hitmen was not his field of business.[364]

Claude (Earth-616) from X-Men Unlimited Infinity Comic Vol 1 43 001 Appearances: X-Men Unlimited Infinity Comic #43

Claude was the father of the mutant boy Etienne. When he entered his son's room where his mutant powers had just been activated and consumed his body, Claude became his first host until he found another host to move his essence to.[365]

Claudia[]

Claudia (Earth-616) from X-Force Vol 3 11 001 Appearances: X-Force (Vol. 3) #11

Claudia was a slave girl who was given two ruby earrings by Eliphas.[366]

Claxton[]

Senator Claxton (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 305 0001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #305

Senstor Claxton was a U.S. senator that participated in a committee hearing in which him and his fellow senators were interviewing Doctor Strange about his banishment of the Hulk to the Crossroads dimension. Claxton was particularly skeptical of Strange's story and was in favor of tighter regulation on super-powered beings.[367]

Clay[]

Clay (Kingpin) (Earth-616) from Daredevil the Man Without Fear Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Daredevil: The Man Without Fear #4

One of the Kingpin's men, Clay was killed by Larks for his incompetence.[368]

Clay (Hell's Angel) (Earth-616) from Ghost Rider Vol 6 6 0001 Appearances: Ghost Rider (Vol. 6) #6 & Ghost Rider (Vol. 6) #7

Clay was a motorcycle rider affiliated with the Hell's Angels.[369]
After shooting Johnny Blaze, he shot himself.[370]

Clem[]

Clem (Earth-616) from Marvel Spotlight Vol 1 10 001 Appearances: Marvel Spotlight #10

Clem was a motorized policeman in Arizona who chased Johnny Blaze for having exceeded the speed limit, but he and his partner were eventually left behind by the speeding cyclist.[371]

Clem (Fight Club) (Earth-616) from Hawkeye Vol 5 9 001 Appearances: Hawkeye (Vol. 5) #9

Clem was an enhanced individual who was the opponent of Kate Bishop at an illegal fight club. He nearly beat her until he was defeated and taken into custody.[372]

Clem (Earth-616) from Marvel Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Marvel #4

Clem was fishing in the swamp on a boat with his friend Zeke when he yelled that he had caught a very large one, but in fact it turned out to be a monstrous being who overturned the boat while Zeke said it was not a fish but the Glob.[373]

Clementine[]

Clementine (Earth-616) from Thor God of Thunder Vol 1 20 001 Appearances: Thor: God of Thunder #20

Clementine worked as a waitress at Bill's Diner.[374]

Clemson[]

Clemson from Black Panther vs. Deadpool Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Black Panther vs. Deadpool #2

Clemson and his twin brother Durnis were poaching in Azania when after Durnis hit a zebra with the shotgun, Deadpool cut his left arm. Later on during their return with their private jet they were assaulted by Jack O'Lantern who threw a pumpkin bomb into the jet that made him explode killing them both.[375]

Clifton[]

Clifton (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 273 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #273

Clifton was a patient in the Queens County Hospital that didn't want to stay, but after that, he saw Spider-Man he insisted to stay in the hospital.[351]

Clyde[]

Clyde (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 20 001 Appearances: Daredevil #20, Marvel Spotlight #5

Clyde tried to shoot Daredevil as he attempted to rescue Judge Lewis from the Owl's mock trial, but he was immediately knocked down.[376]

Some time later, after killing a man for his money somewhere in Manhattan, Clyde and Dingbat chased Ghost Rider, but, after trapping him in an alley, they were shocked by his flaming skull and ran away.[377]

Clyde (Midtown High) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 17 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #17

Clyde was one of the former students of Midtown High School that attended the Midtown High School's Pre-Reunion Bash.[378]

No Image Male Mentions: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 6) #2

A member of the Tombstone's Gang. When Spider-Man went to the place White Rabbit had told him where he would find Tombstone, he had no idea it was a trap and when he got into Tombstone's van, he ordered Clyde to start the van and so the trap set off.[379]

Coco[]

Coco (Earth-616) from Moon Knight Vol 2 2 0001 Appearances: Moon Knight (Vol. 2) #2

Coco was one of Arthur Harrow's henchmen and was responsible for trying to kidnap Victoria Grail for trying to expose him for his experiments on innocent humans.[380]

Cohuelo[]

Cohuelo (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 527 0001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #527

Dr. Cohuelo was the father of Gabriel Cohuelo, one of the first new mutants to arise after the Decimation. He allowed Hope Summers and the X-Men to help stabilize his son's powers.[381]

Mrs. Cohuelo (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 527 0001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #527

Mrs. Cohuelo was the mother of Gabriel Cohuelo, one of the first new mutants to arise after the Decimation. She allowed Hope Summers and the X-Men to help stabilize her son's powers.[381]

Colby[]

Colby (Earth-616) from Marvel The Lost Generation Vol 1 8 0001 Appearances: Marvel: The Lost Generation #8, Avengers #256, Avengers #258

Government agent Colby shared intelligence with Black Fox and Pixie of the First Line about the criminal activities of Ionel Ceaucescu and his contacts with the vampire Nocturne.[382] Years later, on orders from Avengers' government liason Raymond Sikorski, Colby and another government agent carried out espionage actions against the Avengers.[383] And still on Sikorski's orders, Colby and Agent Ward questioned Avengers' butler Edwin Jarvis.[384]

Colchiss[]

Mr. Colchiss (Earth-616) from Dark Reign Young Avengers Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Dark Reign: Young Avengers #4

Mr. Colchiss and his wife lived a happy family life until their son Chris accidentally killed them with his powers.[385]

Mrs. Colchiss (Earth-616) from Dark Reign Young Avengers Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Dark Reign: Young Avengers #4

Mrs. Colchiss and her husband lived a happy family life until their son Chris accidentally killed them with his powers.[385]

Cole[]

Cole (Earth-616) from Daredevil Reborn Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Daredevil: Reborn #1, Daredevil: Reborn #2, Daredevil: Reborn #3, Daredevil: Reborn #4

The sheriff of a town in New Mexico, he intervened to quell the beating of Pike and his men against Matt Murdock, but soon afterwards advised Murdock to leave the town and researched who he was.[386]

Cole (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 7 11 0001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 7) #11

Father Cole was the guiding priest of the Nightguard but turned out to be a vampire and betrayed them.[387]

Coleman[]

Doctor Coleman (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 649 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #649

Dr. Coleman assisted Mac Gargan in the Raft's infirmary.[388]

Coleman (earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 662 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #662

During a series of fires following the Spider-Virus infestation, her father, being one of those infected, took care to save her and her mother feeling only responsible for them at the expense of the neighbors who perished in the fire.[389]

Colin[]

Colin (Kid) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 3 67 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #67

Colin was blind kid who was scared of Victor von Doom.[390]

Colin (Patient) (Earth-616) from New Avengers Annual Vol 3 1 001 Appearances: New Avengers Annual (Vol. 3) #1

Colin died for an inoperable brain tumor at the base of the skull, despite Stephen Strange's efforts to cure him.[391]

Colleen[]

Colleen (Earth-616) from Gunhawks Vol 2 1 0001 Appearances: Gunhawks (Vol. 2) #1

Colleen was the fiancée of Dean "The Deadman" Donnelly, an ex-gunslinger for hire, who became the sheriff of Clearwater, Arizona.[392]

Collin[]

Collin (Earth-616) from All-New Ghost Rider Vol 1 7 001 Appearances: All-New Ghost Rider #7

Collin lost a street race against Robbie Reyes in Arizona, and proposed to repeat a double or nothing in Los Angeles. Collin won this second race due to the interference of rats mutated by the Hyde Formula, so Eli Morrow took control of Reyes' body and beat up Collin to claim the money.[393]

Collins[]

Ms. Collins (Earth-616) from Two-Gun Kid Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Two-Gun Kid #3

She was the sister of the professional boxer Curly Collins and pretended that Two-Gun Kid was her brother to make him fight in the ring instead of Curly to prevent his brother from being killed as reported to her.[394]

Collins (Earth-616) from Witness Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Witness #1

Collins was the notary who read the last wishes of Robert Hammer in favor of his two young members and after the death of Mr. Hammer he made sure that these wishes were respected.[395]

Collins (Earth-616) from Whip Wilson Vol 1 9 0001 Appearances: Whip Wilson #9

Playing poker with Black Jack Barker, he asked him how he could have four aces if he himself had one and feeling offended by being labeled as a cheat Black Jack shot Collins at point-blank range by killing him.[396]

Collins (Astronomer) (Earth-616) from Human Torch Vol 1 37 0001 Appearances: Human Torch #37

The Human Torch and Toro pay a visit to Professor Collins at his observatory to witness the approach of what the professor believes to be a meteor, however the Torch thinks it might be an alien space ship, a notion that Collins dismisses as foolishness. When it lands nearby, Collins shows the two heroes where it is on his map and Toro notes that it is the same region where the some Vampire stories are coming from.[397]

Collins (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 51 0001 Appearances: Strange Tales #51

Mr. Collins was a science fiction movie director who got some help from a real alien and flying saucer, but the film flops when the footage of the saucer is dismissed as too phony-looking.[398]

Mr. Collins (Earth-616) from My Own Romance Vol 1 69 0001 Appearances: My Own Romance #69

Mary Collins's father, because of his injury, changed Mary's mind about what the man of his life should be like.[399]

Collins (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 48 001 Appearances: Tales to Astonish #48

Collins was a racing pilot. He came second in a race won by Jones which infuriated Jasper Jenks who finished last for the umpteenth time.[400]

Collins (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 342 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #342, Amazing Spider-Man #343

Nurse Collins worked at Blessing Hospital in Manhattan assisting Dr. Wirtham. When a patient had a heart attack in their presence, Dr. Wirtham sent Nurse Collins to get emergency equipment so that he could secretly use his powers to save the patient.[401]
Later Nurse Collins witnessed a criminal assault with a knife by Dr. Wirtham noting that he was injured, but he calmed her by telling her it was only a scratch.[402]

Collins (Earth-616) from Sleepwalker Vol 1 10 0001 Appearances: Sleepwalker #10

He was among the members of the O.I.E. who scoured in armor for the city questioning by force anyone who had come into contact with Sleepwalker.[403]

Collins (Frost) (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 314 0001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #314

Collins was a security guard at the Frost Enterprises building located in the Upper West Side of Manhattan and alarmed the other members of the security that there had been a security breach in the building not knowing that the one who was broken inside was in fact Emma Frost in the body of Iceman.[404]

Collins (Pilot) (Earth-616) from Dark Reign Lethal Legion Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Dark Reign: Lethal Legion #1

Collins accompanied by helicopter Mr. Livingstone at the Raft.[405]

Coltrane[]

Coltrane (Earth-616) from Herc Vol 1 7 001 Appearances: Herc #7, Herc #8

Coltrane was a dog owned by Mr. Nancy, actually the Vudu god Kwaku Anansi, who pretended to be a con artist pretending to be blind and begging for alms. The sign where he said he was blind was actually addressed to Coltrane but the people passing by didn't bother asking who the blind was, him or Coltrane.[406]
Coltrane followed his master when he entered Arachne's apartment to rob the famous Arachne's Tapestry.[407]

Conal[]

Conal (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 217 0001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #217

Conal befriended Dazzler when she and several other X-Men were staying on Muir Island. He was with Dazzler when she performed secretly in a local pub.[408]

Conner[]

Conner (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 93 001 Appearances: Spider-Man #93

Sean's son, Conner was rescued by Spider-Man from a building on fire.[409]

No Image Male Mentioned: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #9

After saving Jonathan Rickman from a fire, Spider-Man collected a diary that belonged to Rickman in which there was a list of names, including Conner and also that of Peter Parker himself. Investigating the names on the list he discovered that Conner, as well as the other names on the list apart from his own, appeared to have disappeared or died under mysterious circumstances, only to discover that the names on the list were the people present at General Techtronics on the day of the Dr. Octavius's accident, the same day the radioactive spider bit Peter.[410]

Conner (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 7 2 001 Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 7) #2

A Hell's Kitchen boss had a local girl deliver Conner's amputated hand with which she had to fingerprint guns with which crimes had been committed in order to blame him, but the boss did not know that Conner was left-handed while his amputated hand was the right one.[411]

Connie[]

Connie (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 24 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #24

Connie was one of Liz Allan's friends, who saw her going off with Peter Parker.[412]

Connie (Chaffeur) (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 7 001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #7

Connie was Mr. Fixit's chauffeur.[287]

Connie (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 265 001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #265

Connie was a reporter who obtained information from a detective regarding thefts carried out in the villas of wealthy criminals, at the cost of her not turning on the microphone of the camera.[342]

Connie (Earth-616) from Union Vol 1 5 0001 Appearances: Union #5

Connie was a reporter who was outside the Tower of London awaiting the unveiling of the UK's new team of super heroes and witnessed the explosion created by Steve Darwin.[287]

Connor[]

Connor (Earth-616) from Lords of Empyre Celestial Messiah Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Lords of Empyre: Celestial Messiah #1

Connor was a neighbor of Mantis and Quoi when they lived in Connecticut. After a negative first approach, Connor and Quoi became friends and Connor was present when Quoi first developed his powers.[413]

Conrad[]

Conrad (Vault) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 28 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #28

Conrad was a Vault employee who was killed by Carnage during his escape attempt from a mobile transport unit in Colorado.[255]

Conrad (Earth-616) from Cable & Deadpool Vol 1 37 001 Appearances: Cable & Deadpool #37

Conrad is a regular at the Three Strikes Bar. Unlike most of the other patrons, Conrad does not have any powers, but he does always pick up the tab.[414]

No Image Male Mentions: Knights of Pendragon #2

Mister Conrad was a director of the Omni Corporation in the United Kingdom. He was overseeing ivory poaching in Tsavo, Kenya.[415] Conrad was murdered by the Green Knight as a retaliation for violating the balance with nature.[416]

Constance[]

Constance (Earth-616) from Decimation House of M - The Day After Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Decimation: House of M - The Day After #1

Constance was an MI13 agent who told Pete Wisdom that he had kept his mutant powers intact after M-Day.[417]

Constance (Earth-616) from Avengers Beyond Vol 1 2 Appearances: Avengers Beyond #2

Constance was a childhood friend of Janet Van Dyne, who was temporarily empowered and turned against Janet as part of one of the Beyonder's schemes.[418]

Consuelo[]

Consuelo (Earth-616) from Avengers Spotlight Vol 1 38 001 Appearances: Avengers Spotlight #38

Consuelo was a secretary working at the San Pedro Cat & Dog Clinic.[419]

Coogan[]

Coogan (Colorado) (Earth-616) from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 0.1 001 Appearances: Guardians of the Galaxy (Vol. 3) #0.1

Coogan was one of Peter Quill's schoolmates.[420]

Cooley[]

Cooley (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 285 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #285

Cooley was one of the schoolmates who were bullying Thomas H. Hanson.[24]

Cooper[]

Sergeant Cooper (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 565 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #565

Sergeant Cooper investigated Valeria Richards' disappearance.[421]

Cooperton[]

Cooperton (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 145 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #145

Mr. Cooperton was employed in a bank which was robbed by the Scorpion.[422]

Cora[]

Cora (Farmer) (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 24 001 Appearances: X-Men #24

Cora was Henry's wife.[336]

Cora (Earth-616) from Champions Vol 4 3 0001 Appearances: Champions (Vol. 4) #3

Wandering the country, Viv met an elderly lady named Cora in rural Kansas and helped her fix her power and telephone lines. Cora hosted Viv in her home and gave her a series of tips.[423]

Corbel[]

Corbel (Earth-616) from Wolverine Bloody Choices Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Wolverine: Bloody Choices #1

Dr. Corbel was an old acquaintance of Logan.[424]

Corbin[]

Corbin (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 2 6 0001 Appearances: Thor (Vol. 2) #6

Corbin retrieved Thor's helmet after it was knocked off in a barroom brawl between Thor and Hercules.[425]

Corday[]

Corday (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 215 001 Appearances: Iron Man #215

Doctor Corday diagnosed Tony Stark with a deterioration in his nervous system that could prove terminal, and advised him to check into the clinic, but Stark politely refused, but promised to monitor the condition himself.[426]

Corey[]

Corey (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 121 001 Appearances: X-Men #121

During an unnatural cyclonic blizzard in Calgary, Corey and his friends decided to get people off the street.[427]

Cory[]

Cory (Earth-616) from Jubilee Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Jubilee #2

Cory was one of the students at Payton-Noble High School who bullied Meg Devereux by constantly teasing and pranking her.[428]

Cory (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 6 46 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four (Vol. 6) #46

At the end of the Reckoning War and with the return of the Moon in the sky and the consequent tides, Professor Jeffers and his team studied the consequences of the event and Cory, a member of his research staff, analyzing the radar for the movement of the plankton initially thought that what he observed was promising and then immediately had to change his mind.[429]

Cosie[]

Cosie (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 219 001 Appearances: Daredevil #219

The owner of Cosie's Motel, Cosie was killed by Beaver Stillwell.[430]

Cosgrove[]

Cosgrove (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 47 001 Appearances: Tales to Astonish #47

Mr. Cosgrove was a nightclub owner whose cash box was robbed by Trago.[431]

Costello[]

Costello (Earth-616) from Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 134 0001 Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #134

Doctor Costello was among the members of a commission of psychiatrists that was to decide on the recovery of Stan Carter and thus be able to release him at liberty. Costello presented the case as he was convinced of the cure and managed to convince the other members for release.[432]

Cotton[]

Mr
Appearances: Uncanny Tales #1

Mr. Cotton was a worker for the Welfare Bureau who visited two sisters, Agnes and Laura after receiving complaints about the smell and filth of the house. He threatened to call an exterminator on the rats and attempted to kill one himself, one named Caesar, who attacked and bit him back. After he killed the rat, the women were distraught and lead him to their clean cellar where they chained up Mr Cotton and fed him to the rest of the rats.[6]

Courtney[]

Courtney (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 2 17 0001 Appearances: Thor (Vol. 2) #17

Courtney's boyfriend Stephan was making the marriage proposal to her just when Thor shot down by Enrakt fell near their table. Believing the omens Stephan decided not to marry Courtney anymore.[433]

Craig[]

Craig (Earth-616) from Deadpool Vol 4 900 001 Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #900

Craig was a member of Las Vegas C.S.I. who was killed by Deadpool.[300]

Craig (Earth-616) from Union Vol 1 5 Appearances: Union #4, Union #5

Craig is a cybernetic dog that was created by Doc Croc and had the ability to release sleep gas.[434]

Craig (Earth-616) from Champions Vol 4 7 0001 Appearances: Champions (Vol. 4) #7

Craig was a member of C.R.A.D.L.E. who was instructed by Miriam Blakemoore to intervene at a gathering organized by Roxxon in which she would make sure that there would be confrontations.[435]

Craig (Earth-616) from Black Widow Vol 8 8 0001 Appearances: Black Widow (Vol. 8) #8, Black Widow (Vol. 8) #14, Black Widow (Vol. 8) #15

While investigating Olio group, Yelena got herself captured until Natasha intervened to save her, and then pointed to Craig as the boy she was supposed to take away to get answers.[436]
Craig was among the people who were captured and imprisoned by Host who fortunately was spotted by Natasha and released.[437] Craig introduced Will to Natasha, the Starfish that Living Blade was looking for, and Will hung up and healed Natasha's arm that had been severed in the fight with Living Blade using his powers.[438]

Crane[]

Crane (Earth-616) from Monsters Unleashed Vol 1 10 001 Mentions: Monsters Unleashed #10

Mr. Crane fired Lou Edwards, telling him that with the way the economy was going he couldn't risk keeping his job.[439]

Cranmer[]

No Image Male Mentions: Alpha Flight #15

When Snowbird joined Alpha Flight, Guardian asked Chief Inspector Cranmer of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police of the Northwest Territories to create a suitable secret identity for her, inventing the identity of RCMP officer Anne McKenzie. Soon after Cranmere died unexpectedly and his successor, Hamilton, did not know of the subterfuge created by Cranmer and Guardian.[440]

Cranston[]

Cranston (Earth-616) from Iron Man Kiss & Kill Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Iron Man: Kiss & Kill #1

Doorman and bouncer at Manhattan's Hellfire Club, he warmly welcomed Tony Stark but tried to prevent Logan from entering, until Sebastian Shaw intervened and told Cranston to let them both enter.[441]

Crawford[]

Crawford (Earth-616) from Mosaic Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Mosaic #1

Crawford was one of Morris Sackett's teammates on the New York Stride.[288]

Crawley[]

Crawley (Earth-616) from Six Guns Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Six Guns #1

Crawley was a member of the Black Riders, Jefferson Cole's biker gang. After the Black Riders delivered Tarantula to the Blackguard, he was killed in the explosion of the briefcase containing the money for the agreed reward.[442]

Creel[]

Creel (Earth-616) from Fear Itself The Worthy Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Fear Itself: The Worthy #7

Carl Creel's father was a violent guy who mistreated and beat his son as a child who consequently became a violent person too.[443]

Creel (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 9 5 001 Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 9) #5

Creel, a former member of Hydra, moved on to Exchange to become head of one of their divisions. He was found dead shot in the head in his house during dinner with his four guests, i.e. the managers of his division.[444]

Creeper[]

Creeper (Pit Bull) (Earth-616) from Avengers Spotlight Vol 1 38 001 Appearances: Avengers Spotlight #38

Creeper was a pit bull who was killed by Tigra.[419]

Creighton[]

Creighton (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 3 7 001 Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 3) #7

Creighton was one of the students from the Cresskill School for the Blind who were rescued by Matthew Murdock when their bus crashed during a snowstorm in the Catskill Mountains.[445]

Crespi[]

Crespi (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 256 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #256

Mentioned: Amazing Spider-Man #257

Congressman Crespi went to the Fireheart Enterprises building to discuss with Thomas Fireheart about the new shopping malls he intended to build, Thomas's assistant told him that he was unable to receive him as he had received an unexpected call and had to leave. immediately.[446]
The next day, Thomas' assistant updates him by telling him that Congressman Crespi had phoned saying that the City Council had approved the construction of the shopping malls.[447]

Crespi (Earth-616) from X-Factor Vol 1 225 001 Appearances: X-Factor #225

Detective Crespi was a small town cop in Lawrenceville. He called Jamie Madrox asking if he knew of a woman who lived in her old house in Lawrenceville and than announced him that woman had been killed. When Madrox together with X-Factor went with Crespi to the morgue to view the corpse, when the name of the woman's son was pronounced, the corpse woke up screaming the child's name and immediately attacked those present. He lifted Crespi by choking him, but he was saved by the intervention of X-Factor.[448]

Cristina[]

Juan (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four ¡Isla de la Muerte! Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Fantastic Four: ¡Isla de la Muerte! #1

Cristina was among the festive crowd in San Juan that celebrated Ben Grimm as El Morrito and was recognized by Ben and greeted by him.[449]

Cronenburg[]

Cronenburg (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 29 001 Appearances: Spider-Man #29

Dr. Cronenburg witnessed Dr. Burroughs letting Dr. Hope continue his experiments in the secret Mad Dog ward.[450]

Crosby[]

Crosby (Manhattan) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 93 001 Appearances: Avengers #93

Crosby escorted Ant-Man inside the Vision's body and it was soon hit by the android's immune system.[451]

Crow[]

Crow (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 2 43 001 Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 2) #43

Crow was an intern at the Nelson and Murdock Law Office.[452]

Crowley[]

Crowley (Earth-616) from Doctor Strange Vol 2 67 001 Appearances: Doctor Strange (Vol. 2) #67

Crowley was a man being investigated by Jessica Drew. With his partner Poplaski, they were chasing Drew to retrieve some film she had obtained but Crowley was ultimately subdued by Shroud.[453]

Cruikshank[]

Cruikshank (Earth-616) from Emma Frost Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Emma Frost #2, Emma Frost #3

Mrs. Cruikshank was the headmistress of the Snow Valley School for Girls. After the illness that happened to her student Emma Frost, she decided that the midterm was postponed to the next day. Shortly thereafter, hearing some complaints about Emma's midterm grades, she had Emma repeat the test but soon after receiving a generous donation from Emma's father, Mrs. Cruikshank tore up the new test by declaring that she had taken one more time a perfect exam.[454]
Mrs. Cruinkshank fired Ian Kendall on Winston Frost's orders.[455]

Crusher[]

Crusher (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 16 0001 Appearances: Tales to Astonish #16

"Crusher" wanted badly to become a heavyweight boxer, and when his manager mentioned that a new company was making pills that made you put on weight instantly, he decided to break into their lab and steal the pills.

While escaping, Crusher took the whole bottle, determined to gain as much weight as quickly as possible. Unfortunately they worked too well, and he instantly began to fall through the floors. When he stopped falling, he found himself in the realm of the Mole Men, who decided to keep him for their own personal sparring partner.[456]

Crusher (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 7 0001 Appearances: Avengers #7

Crusher was a wrestler who once trained with Captain America, but preferred to go back to the wrestling ring rather than doing another workout with Cap.[457]

Crusher (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 68 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #68

Crusher was hired by Kingpin as a training partner, but he couldn't compete against him and was eventually fired.[458]

Cruz[]

Cruz (Earth-616) from Captain America Annual Vol 1 12 0001 Appearances: Captain America Annual #12

Cruz was in a position of command at the Power Broker, Inc. and he underwent the treatment of Dr. Karl Malus thus obtaining a super strength. When Steve Rogers infiltrated the corrupt boxing round, Cruz attempted to capture and subject him to Power Broker's empowerment treatment, but Steve revealed himself and defeated Cruz despite his super strength.[459]

Crystal[]

Crystal (Saint Vincent's Hospital) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man 2099 Vol 3 3 001 Appearances: Spider-Man 2099 (Vol. 3) #3

Crystal was a nurse at Mercy Medical Center. She was on duty at the station outside Tempest Monroe's hospital room when Cecelia Monroe came to visit her comatose daughter.[460]

Cuchillo[]

Cuchillo (Earth-616) from Onslaught Unleashed Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Onslaught Unleashed #1

Cuchillo was the boss of a Colombian cartel who was killed along with many of his Roxxon Oil allies by El Dragon to take over the Cuchillo Cartel.[461]

Cuddlebun[]

Cuddlebun (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 612 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #612

Cuddlebun was a little dog who was falling from the window where he lived but was fortunately saved from falling by Spider-Man who caught him on the fly but who was immediately accused by the dog's owner of wanting to kidnap him, so Spider-Man handed him back to the owner between a string of insults.[267]

Curly[]

Curly (fisherman) (Earth-616) from Namora Vol 1 3 Appearances: Namora #3

Namor carried out the mundane task of helping a man named Curly catch a fish so his friends would stop laughing at him.[462]

Curly (Centerville) (Earth-616) from Meet Miss Bliss Vol 1 1 Appearances: Meet Miss Bliss #1

Curly was a janitor at Centerville Junior High in Centerville, California.[463]

Curly from Patsy Walker Vol 1 75 0001 Appearances: Patsy Walker #75

Curly went out with Patsy for a date to please her father who could not bear that she go steady with Buzz and wanted her to date someone else.[464]

Curly (Earth-616) from Moon Knight Vol 1 38 001 Appearances: Moon Knight #38

Curly was a mobster responsible for hiring vandals that ultimately stole the body of Elias Spector from its grave. Moon Knight confronted Curly in his Chicago apartment and beat Curly into telling him what was done with the body.[465]

Curtis[]

Curtis (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 290 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #290

Father Curtis organized a bazaar in his parish to raise funds for the construction of a new orphanage. To do this, he got to put on display the precious "Sceptre of Judas", which was about to be stolen by what Father Curtis thought was a reformed criminal, but fortunately Spider-Man intervened and stopped the robbery.[466]

Curtis (Earth-616) from Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 262 001 Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #262

Curtis was one of the ball court punks who were reprimanded by Spider-Man.[77]

Curtis from Amazing Spider-Man Extra! Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man: Extra! #2

Curtis was attacked by the Anti-Venom in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.[467]

Cutter[]

Cutter (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 2 36 0001 Appearances: Thor (Vol. 2) #36

Mr. Cutter was a prison inmate in which Loki was also imprisoned when he was immortalized in Jake Olson's body. Cutter acted like a boss inside the prison and was about to punish Loki when he was released from Karnilla.[468]

Cuvvers[]

Cuvvers (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 42 001 Appearances: Iron Man #42

Cuvvers was Senator Ernest McJavit's assistant.[469]

Cynthia[]

Cynthia from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 89 0001 Appearances: Tales of Suspense #89, Tales of Suspense #90

Cynthia was one of the many jet-set girls to whom Tony Stark accompanied himself to forget Pepper Potts and who by the way wrongly called her Sandra.[470]

Cynthia (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 224 001 Appearances: Avengers #224

Cynthia was one of the guests at the party thrown by Lady Churchill at the Hotel Pierre, and speaking to Tony Stark, who was also present at the party, she praised him for how he had overcome his alcoholism.[158]

Cynthia (Amazonian) (Earth-616) from Excalibur Vol 1 56 001 Appearances: Excalibur #56

Cynthia was one of Sat-Yr-Nin's amazonian guards.[471]

Cyril[]

Cyril (Earth-616) from Marvel's Voices Pride Vol 2 1 001 Appearances: Marvel's Voices: Pride (Vol. 2) #1

Cyril was an ex of Loki, who along with other exes decided to take revenge on him not believing he had reformed into the God of Stories. Loki used this opportunity to re-meet his teammates in the Young Avengers.[472]

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