Character Index - D
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #84|
|Appearances: Captain America (Vol. 4) #4
Secretary Dahl was meeting with Nick Fury to discuss his concern when Captain America revealed his true identity to the public. During the conversation, Captain America arrived during the meeting, with Dahl trying to get him kicked out. Fury was more accepting and gave him the information he wanted. Secretary Dahl told Fury he was going to make his life hell for doing so.
|Appearances: Elektra #2|
|Appearances: Two-Gun Kid #22|
|Appearances: Black Panther: The Man Without Fear #516|
|Appearances: Mockingbird #6, Mockingbird #7|
|Appearances: Venom: Lethal Protector (Vol. 2) #2
After sneaking into the Daily Globe offices to get information on Humbug, Eddie Brock was surprised by Dallas and pleased to see him Eddie starts talking about their old collaborations at the newspaper but Dallas recognizing him as Venom was scared by telling him not to kill him and to leave him alone. Transforming into Venom, Eddie left indignantly calling Dallas a traitor.
|Appearances: Conan the Adventurer #1|
|Appearances: Tales to Astonish #84|
|Appearances: Captain America #388
Dan was one of the best Taskmaster students and was hired with others for a sparring partner session dressed as Captain America. The opponent turned out to be the Red Skull who killed Lenny and the other sparring partners in an extremely simple way.
|Appearances: Venom (Vol. 2) #27.1
Dan was A.J. Patton's husband. Dan questioned his husband's decision of inviting Flash Thompson, his high school bully, to their house for closure, but A.J. said that looking at Thompson only made him feel pity now.
|Appearances: Red She-Hulk #62|
|Appearances: Carnage: Black, White & Blood #2
Dan was Brandon's stepfather who worked as a janitor at the Ravencroft Institute. He subconsciously transported Carnage Symbiote to his home and bonded with Brandon. Due to the verbal abuse that Brandon had suffered from Dan, the symbiote was able to control the boy who took revenge on Dan by killing him.
|Appearances: Rogue (Vol. 3) #1|
|Appearances: Secret Avengers #15
Dana was a reporter for the online tabloid newspaper Unexpected Truth who posted a post fanning the idea that Captain America / Barnes's death was a hoax and this infuriated Black Widow who went to the newsroom and quarreled with the various members.
|Appearances: Doctor Strange (Vol. 2) #19|
|Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #61, Marvel Team-Up #62
Daniel was the wing commander of the ocean liner upon which Carol Danvers noticed the battle between Spider-Man, the Human Torch and the Super Skrull.
|Appearances: Daredevil #238|
|Appearances: Spider-Man #29, Spider-Man #30, Spider-Man #31
Daniel was a homeless kid met by Mary Jane Watson-Parker on her roof.
|Appearances: 15-Love #1
A. Dann was the vice president of the Wayde tennis academy who together with the principal and the student development officer summoned Mill Collins about her with the intention of expelling her from the academy due to her poor ability in tennis.
|Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #13
Danny the Dud had just been arrested, however after stashing away six-hundred thousand dollars and double crossing Sam the Barber, his critically ill accomplice, he was happy to be locked up for the next five years as he stood to be filthy rich upon release and would be safe from Sam while in jail. However, Danny the Dud was delivered some poetic justice when his prison barber turned out to be Sam, who, no longer caring about the money, slit Danny's throat with a straight razor.
|Appearances: Human Torch #19
Danny was the boyfriend of the famous actress Rita Worth. After Rita was murdered, Danny revealed to the Human Torch that she was being blackmailed because someone had discovered that she had legally changed her name to hide that she was the daughter of a murderer.
|Appearances: Blonde Phantom Comics #20
Danny was kidnapped by Morton Marion Maximillian Muse and hypnotized so that he would have abstract visions that he would then paint on canvas. Then Muse would have pass the paintings off as his works and sell them to rich people.
|Appearances: Joker Comics #42
Danny was Patty Pin-Up's boyfriend and photographer of the modeling agency she worked for.
|Appearances: Spellbound #12
Danny operated the spotlight in a theater. An actor killed Danny when he found out his girlfriend was seeing Danny. The actor was condemned to the chair and escapeed, but the spotlight pinned him to the wall and the cops open fire. Only after his lifeless body slumps to the ground do the cops realize that there was no one at the spotlight.
|Appearances: Journey into Mystery #15
When a man entered a bar and, as a gag, offered to Danny a contract for his soul for one million dollars. Being a skeptic Danny signed it. No one saw the stranger leave, but a coincidence left Danny a one million dollar inheritance. As time went by, the contract worried away at Danny, distorting his personality from likable to hostile. His employees hated him and his family left him. One day he received a visitor and it turned out to be the man with the contract looking for work. Danny was so angered that his life had been changed so dramatically by a practical joke that he seizes a heavy candlestick and killed the stranger. Now he felt that he had sold his soul to the Devil in actuality and walks out into the dark for Satan to claim him.
|Appearances: Strange Tales #63
Danny was a young boy who imagined that he had a rich uncle who suddenly appeared, but when he began to doubt, the uncle faded away.
|Appearances: Captain Marvel #8|
|Appearances: Iron Man #41
Danny couldn't let Christine fall from a collapsing terminal building.
|Appearances: Hero for Hire #11|
|Appearances: Marvel Graphic Novel #5
Danny was one of Stevie Hunter's students. He and his family were followers of Reverend Stryker, and thought little of sharing his anti-mutant sentiment in class, unaware two of his classmates -- Kitty and Illyana -- were mutants and associated with the X-Men. This eventually led to a fight between him and Kitty, which was broken up by Illyana's brother, whose presence intimidated Danny enough not to continue the fight.
|Appearances: US 1 #6
Danny was a client of Wide-Load Annie and Poppa Wheelie's Short Stop Diner and was among those who participated in the brawl against police officers who wanted to arrest Annie but in the frantic phases of the fight Danny wrongly struck U.S. Archer with a chair without causing too much damage.
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #289
Danny was the foreman of the construction site of the Four Freedoms Plaza. Immediately after showing the progress of the works to the Fantastic Four, he was attacked by Basilisk and frozen with his optical beam.
|Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #45|
|Appearances: Mighty Thor #447, Mighty Thor #448|
|Appearances: Fantastic Force #10|
|Appearances: Spider-Man: The Lost Years #2|
|Appearances: Captain America (Vol. 3) #13|
|Appearances: Wolverine/Punisher Revelation #4
Danny was a radio DJ discussing a plague that hit New York City. He talked to a listener of the program who was very radical in wanting to deal with the problem and then Danny tried to dampen the discussion by saying that competent people were already at work to address it.
|Appearances: Elektra (Vol. 3) #10|
|Appearances: Avengers (Vol. 3) #76|
|Mentioned: 4 #1|
|Appearances: Warlock (Vol. 6) #1, Warlock (Vol. 6) #3, Warlock (Vol. 6) #4
Danny was a design student and he was Janie Chin's boyfriend.
|Appearances: Captain America #600
Danny was a prison guard at H.A.M.M.E.R. Federal Holding Facility in Colorado that got angry because of Brock Rumlow's ironic comments on the news about Captain America's death and for that it hit him with the taser but Rumlow reacted by killing Danny and starting his attempt to free Sin.
|Appearances: Dark Reign: The Hood #5|
|Appearances: Secret Avengers #1|
|Appearances: Ghost Rider X-Mas Special Infinite Comic #1|
|Appearances: Symbiote Spider-Man #3
A theater employee, he smoked a cigarette during a Cats performance and was rebuked for this by a colleague of his, and also by Spider-Man who was chasing Electro into the theater. After Electro was captured by Spider-Man he boasted to the actresses of the show that he had taken care of the capture.
|Appearances: Doctor Strange (Vol. 5) #19
Danny suffered a head injury in a car accident where his mother was driving the car and was frightened by the sudden appearance of an evil spirit seeking revenge. Dr. Strange intervened first by chasing away the spirit and then he was forced to use a forbidden spell to regain his neurosurgeon skills and thus succeeding in saving Danny's life.
|Appearances: King in Black: Planet of the Symbiotes #1|
|Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 6) #28|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #62|
|Appearances: Nova (Vol. 2) #11|
|Appearances: Doom 2099 #40|
|Appearances: Meet Miss Bliss #1|
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #81|
|Appearances: Venom: The Madness #1, Venom: The Madness #2, Venom: The Madness #3
Vice president of Scarmore Inc. and right hand man of Charles Evans. On his boss's orders, he hired Black Tom and Juggernaut to deal with the people involved in the lawsuits against Scarmore.
|Appearances: Thor #497|
|Appearances: Amazing Fantasy (Vol. 3) #1|
|Appearances: X-Men #121|
|Appearances: Captain America #616
Darla was one of the friends of Nate who, following the passage of a destructive tornado in Redfield, asked to Captain America if he wanted to go with them to see if there was still someone to help.
|Appearances: Tomb of Dracula #67|
|Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #105|
|Appearances: Iron Man #223, Iron Man #244, Iron Man #254|
|Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #123
While Darlene was in a mall with her husband Frank, she approached a Woman's Action Movement feminist stand to read one of their pamphlets. That made her husband so angry that he started shouting at people on the stand, including Mary Walker
|Appearances: Civil War #3|
|Appearances: Ghost Rider (Vol. 6) #14, Ghost Rider (Vol. 6) #15, Ghost Rider (Vol. 6) #16|
|Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #22
Darlene was the master mind behind a county-wide gas station and tour bus robbing circle across Mason County. The criminals had the misfortune of robbing a bus that Deadpool happened to be on. When Deadpool tracked the other criminals back the the Mason County Sheriff's Department, Darlene tried to convince him that she had been trying to stop the other corrupt police, and asked Deadpool to kill them. However, Deadpool saw through her trick and locked her up, while he went to look for the others.
|Appearances: Fear Itself #1
Darlene and her family were inhabitants of Broxton, when her husband Bill lost his job they lost their home to the banks and were forced to move to Wichita, to his sister's house who would host them for a while.
|Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 5) #45
The declaration of marriage that her boyfriend Brad was doing to her was interrupted by the violent release of Shiklah from a local who demolished a wall causing it to collapse on Brad, taking Darlene from an embarrassing situation for her.
|Appearances: ClanDestine #5
Dario was the Cap'n Oz movie special effects wizard.
|Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #52, Sensational She-Hulk #54
Head writer on the soap opera Heartbreak Hospital, he came up with the idea of making it live.
|Appearances: Punisher Summer Special #3|
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #10|
|Appearances: Daredevil #17, Web of Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #10
Dave was a security guard who mistook the Masked Marauder's approaching aircraft for one of the company's advertising blimps.
|Appearances: Amazing Adventures (Vol. 2) #7|
|Appearances: Avengers #165|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #405|
|Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man #9, Sensational Spider-Man #10
Dave was a scientist at the Institute of Seismoharmonic Research who witnessed the Swarm attack the research facility.
|Appearances: Avengers Icons: The Vision #3|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #48|
|Appearances: Power Man and Iron Fist (Vol. 2) #5|
|Appearances: Alpha Flight (Vol. 4) #1
Dave was Alice Hu's cameraman. When the helicopter of the television station where he and Alice were to report live on Attuma's attack on Vancouver was shot down by Nerkkod's hammer thrown by Attuma, the two reporters plus the pilot were saved from crashing by Guardian and Vindicator and while the two heroes carried them to the ground, Alice yelled at Dave to keep filming.
|Appearances: Astonishing X-Men (Vol. 4) #16|
|Appearances: Marvels Snapshots: Avengers #1|
|Appearances: Union #5|
|Appearances: Emma Frost #1, Emma Frost #2
Dr. Davenport was the Snow Valley School for Girls physician who treated Emma Frost after she passed out during a fencing class and to whom Emma revealed she had severe headaches for which Dr. Davenport prescribed pain relievers thinking they were due. to a stressful situation, not imagining that instead they were due to the emergence of Emma's mutant powers.
|Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #9
Davey found a book with a spell for summoning up a genie. He read the words aloud and was astonished when a Genie actually appeared. The Genie could grant any wish the boy thought of. He wished himself to be a giant and that everything other than Earth disappear so he would be the greatest of all. When the Earth began to careen he realizes that without everything else, Earth no longer has its place in gravitational attraction and would be destroyed. He panicked, and wished that "everything was back the way it was right before I found you." The genie obliged.
|Appearances: West Coast Avengers (Vol. 2) #46|
|Appearances: Daredevil: Redemption #1|
|Appearances: Warlock and the Infinity Watch #12|
|Appearances: Spider-Man Unlimited #8|
|Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 6) #6
While visiting the Statue of Liberty under a heavy rain, David and his family were approached by a crazed Joseph Perrett, who after having massacred his family and a waitress in a diner, wandered around the city. Perrett released David and his family after David's wife sobered him a little 'making him look carefully at her children and the father of her children.
|Appearances: New X-Men #123|
|Appearances: Avengers (Vol. 3) #65|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #535|
|Appearances: Carnage #2|
|Appearances: Captain America (Vol. 6) #12|
|Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 9) #13|
|Appearances: Fear Itself: The Home Front #3
The son of Charles Davies, the CEO of a pharmaceutical company implicated in various cases of malpractice. The child was struck by meningitis but the car where he was about to be transported to the hospital was attacked by rioters. Cardiac intervened, but wasted time taking revenge on his father and by the time he took him to the hospital it was too late.
|Appearances: Scarlet Spider #1, Spectacular Scarlet Spider #1, Spectacular Spider-Man #232
Dr. Davis assisted Seward Trainer after his mind was lost into the cyberspace.
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #235, Spectacular Spider-Man #236|
|Appearances: Marvel Feature #3|
|Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 9) #6|
|Appearances: 15-Love #1|
|Appearances: Avengers #161|
|Appearances: Captain America Annual #1999|
|Appearances: Breaking Into Comics the Marvel Way! #1|
|Appearances: King in Black: Captain America #1
Dec was saved from the onslaught of the Symbiote Dragons by the intervention of Captain America, Falcon and Winter Soldier and eventually Cap congratulated her on being alert and protecting her cousin Adrienne.
|Appearances: Daredevil #160|
|Appearances: Carnage Forever #1
Dee was Elsie's mother and Frank's wife, a homeless family. The pair of parents mistreated the child, until Elsie was possessed by the Symbiote Carnage, who cured the child of the burns caused by the abuse suffered by her parents, after which she killed first Frank and then Dee.
|Appearances: Punisher: War Zone #13
Del served as Chicane County police officer. It was not revealed whether he also was a psychopath who had been brainwashed or if he was a caretaker of Psychoville project.
|Appearances: Marvel's Voices: Indigenous Voices #1
Miss DeLeon was an elderly native who won the biggest pumpkin contest at a county fair. The county sheriff's son attempted to rob her of the $500 she had won by having her nephews, one of whom was a mutant, come to her defense.
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #83, Wolverine (Vol. 2) #84|
|Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 2) #41|
|Appearances: Ghost Rider: Kushala Infinity Comic #4, Ghost Rider: Kushala Infinity Comic #5, Ghost Rider: Kushala Infinity Comic #8
When Olivia Obtera traveling to 1946 Los Angeles, she screamed in the rain at Delores who was crossing the street and was about to be hit by a car saving her life, so she drove her to her home where Delores warned her that her husband Kenneth was asleep and could be a little jumpy.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #546
Mr. Delphino was a local newsagent.
|Appearances: Thunderbolts #154, Thunderbolts #160
Dennis was a botanist / zoologist who worked on the Raft as an ecosystem overseer where Man-Thing lived.
|Appearances: X-Men Unlimited Infinity Comic #28
Dennis was a member of the racist group of Friends of Humanity who participated in a reality show where Lila Cheney pretended to be an ordinary person and the two would have a blind date, but during the date Dennis showed all his contempt towards the mutants and together with the other members of the Friends of Humanity, he stormed the meeting room until Lila transported them to an alien planet light years away from Earth.
|Appearances: Daredevil #502
Dennison was one of the Owl's lieutenants until he was crippled by Daredevil. Together with Todd and Mosley, they ended up working for Wilson Fisk, who ordered them to inform the Owl that they were going to take over his territory, to keep Fisk in the shadows. When the three of them briefed Fisk about the outcome of the situation, Dennison revealed his intentions to work for himself, believing Fisk to be powerless, but Fisk gave a simple order to Lady Bullseye, who quickly killed Dennison.
|Appearances: Incredible Hulk Annual #18|
|Appearances: Avengers Icons: The Vision #2|
|Appearances: Iron Man (Vol. 3) #1|
|Appearances: New Mutants (Vol. 2) #1, New Mutants (Vol. 2) #5, New Mutants (Vol. 2) #6, New Mutants (Vol. 2) #8
Derek was Walter Barrett's personal assistant and took Sophia, Barrett's mutant daughter, to heart when she came to the United States from Venezuela after the death of her mother.
|Appearances: Captain Marvel (Vol. 10) #27
Derek was a guy Carol Danvers met at the speed-date arranged by her friends. He told her that she looked like a superhero because she was incognito, and when she replied that some people confused her with Captain Marvel, he replied that he didn't think about her and by the way he didn't like her short hair making Carol angry.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #32, Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #33, Non-Stop Spider-Man #1, Non-Stop Spider-Man #2, Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #75
A college classmate of Peter Parker's, during the funeral of a mutual acquaintance of theirs, Derrick kept making sarcastic comments.
|Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #100|
|Appearances: Darkhold: Pages from the Book of Sins #2
DeSalle was one of the hitmen sent by the Darkholders to kill the Darkhold Redeemers Agent Sam Buchanan and Dr. Louise Hastings at Washington. He was killed in the fire caused by the battle, possibly made to burn himself by Modred.
|Appearances: Moon Knight (Vol. 6) #7|
|Appearances: U.S.Agent (Vol. 2) #1
Devel was one of the former workers at Brombline Cross Mining who was interviewed after the mine closed and the Virago arrived.
|Appearances: Red She-Hulk #62|
|Appearances: Iron Man #230
When one of the entries in the confidential access file just disappeared, Dewey couldn't check back-ups, because they were all blanks.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #30, Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #31, Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #32, Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #33, Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #35
Mentioned: Spider-Man: The Darkest Hours
Dex was Morlun's assistant. He bribed an employee of the port to have a boat where Morlun and his victim docked without being checked.
|Appearances: Drax the Destroyer #1, Drax the Destroyer #2, Drax the Destroyer #3, Drax the Destroyer #4|
|Appearances: Invincible Iron Man #21|
|Appearances: U.S.Agent (Vol. 2) #1|
|Appearances: 15-Love #2|
|Appearances: New Mutants #2|
|Appearances: Spider-Man Annual #2000
Diane was once a member of the Bacchae. When she met and fell in love with Jack, a member of rival gang Golden Horde, they left their life of crime behind. Diane and Jack got regular jobs, working at the Coffee Shop. The Bacchae caught up to her and took her away. But both Spider-Man and Bounty, who helped fake Diane's death, helped Diane and Jack to start their new life together. They eventually had a child.
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #211|
|Appearances: Cage (Vol. 2) #1|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #410|
|Appearances: Captain America #128|
|Appearances: Thor (Vol. 2) #37
Dietrich and Elsa returned to the Norwegian fishing village to meet the parents of Elsa who they hadn't seen since their wedding day, but once they arrived at the village they found it completely destroyed and abandoned.
|Appearances: X-Force #66
Dillon was a security guard at the Wackyworld theme park.
|Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #195
While looting the wrecked temple of Mitra, Dimitri saw the Devourer's sword and against his friend’s warnings seized it, thinking only that such an ornate, well crafted weapon would bring a good price. Lightning suddenly crashed down from the heavens, and the villages fled as a terrible transformation begins. Dimitri was struck dead instantly, but in his place, the Devourer lived again.
|Appearances: Havok and Wolverine Meltdown #1|
|Appearances: X-Men: Liberators #1|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #665|
|Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 3) #5|
|Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #44
NOTE: This character resembles real-life talk show host Dinah Shore. She is probably not intended to actually be Shore, because when Web of Spider-Man #44 was published Shore had been off television for eight years.
|Appearances: Marvel Spotlight #5|
|Appearances: Iron Man #52|
|Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 2) #86|
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #209|
|Appearances: X-Men (Vol. 3) #9|
|Appearances: Ghost Rider Annual #1|
|Appearances: Cable (Vol. 4) #2
DiStefano was a detective from the Philadelphia Police and together with her partner Molina investigated the disappearance of the newborn son of Stinger and Paulie Provenzano, and did not want Cable to meddle in the investigation.
|Appearances: Deathlok #2|
|Appearances: Kull the Conqueror (Vol. 2) #1|
|Appearances: Darkhawk: Heart of the Hawk #1
Djo was an alien living on the Kortaki Colony which was invaded by the Brood until the Colony was freed by Darkhawk. At the end of the fight with the Brood, Djo asked Darkhawk if he had now destroyed them too and after he told her that they were now free from the threat of the Brood, she without a minimum of gratitude accused him that she had demolished their premises.
|Appearances: Avengers #102, X-Men #99|
|Appearances: Iron Man (Vol. 3) #10
Dmitri and Gennady were two soldiers who were tasked to located the Mandarin's body amid the wreckage of his sky dragon aircraft, with Dmitri handling a corpse-locating dog. Instead they found a badly beaten Iron Man, who tried to explain what had happened inside the aircraft but then collapsed.
|Appearances: Black Panther: The Man Without Fear #516|
|Appearances: Marvel Zombies Supreme #1|
|Appearances: X-Men: Children of the Atom #2|
|Appearances: Captain America (Vol. 4) #7|
|Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man #12|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #37, Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #43|
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #232|
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #285
Doctor Don worked at the burn ward in the South Queens Hospital for Sick Children: he solicited Janet Darling the Thomas H. Hanson's case report and, when the Human Torch came to visit the kid, he told him the he was very near the end.
|Appearances: Spider-Man Unlimited #8|
|Appearances: Spider-Man: Maximum Clonage Alpha #1|
|Appearances: Daredevil: Black and White #1|
|Appearances: Fear Itself: The Home Front #5
Don was the sheriff of Bleachville who met the leaders of the Navajo reservation and told them that the mayor intended to have a meeting with them. He was later killed by removing his scalp with the intention of blaming the Indians of the reservation.
|Appearances: Dazzler #37
Donald was one of the managers of Revenge Inc. who offered Diana Simon money in exchange for experimenting with her psychic powers. Donald killed Simon's father after he killed the Revenge general manager but he himself was killed by a holographic representation developed by Diana's powers.
|Appearances: Venom: Dark Origin #2|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 3) #19.1
Mister Negative had Donald watch over the Wraith. During a robbery committed by the Circus of Crime, Donald stole what they were attempting to steal, a ten million dollar watch, but was captured and killed by Wraith.
|Appearances: Hellstorm: Prince of Lies #1
Mr. Donato replaced the plaque on Daimon Hellstrom's door from the previous one that indicated "Daimon Hellstorm" and while he was mimicking Hellstrom when he asked him to replace it, not realizing that Hellstrom was watching him, he was frightened when Daimon suddenly appeared behind him.
|Appearances: Ka-Zar: Lord of the Savage Land #2
Donda, a member of the Savagelander race of the Botor, welcomed Ka-Zar and his family into his forest abruptly threatening them with a bow until another member of his race told him that they were friends with the Botors.
|Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #110|
|Appearances: Thunderbolts #1|
|Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #226|
|Appearances: Fear Itself #6|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #547, Amazing Spider-Man #548|
|Appearances: Captain Britain #3|
|Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 6) #13|
|Appearances: Iron Man 2.0 #3
During a dinner at her parents' house, after Kaylie Doran's father complained that her daughter came to visit them no more than once every six months telling her they didn't even know what job she did and whether it was a job involving the military or if he worked for the President.
|Appearances: Iron Man 2.0 #3
During a dinner at her parents' house, Kaylie Doran's father complained that her daughter came to visit them no more than once every six months telling her they didn't even know what job she did and if it was a job involving the military or if she worked for the President, her mother told her they asked her this because they were concerned about her.
|Appearances: Iron Man 2.0 #3
While Kaylie Doran's parents asked her what job she did to keep her so away from home and why she couldn't talk about it, her younger brother asked her if she was a spy and she jokingly replied that they had taught her to kill with a spoon while she was about to throw food at him with her spoon.
|Appearances: Daredevil Father #1, Daredevil Father #5|
|Appearances: Doom 2099 #40, Doom 2099 #41
Dorian worked as an assistant for the Latverian scientists Dr. Weber and Dr. Danzen. He was imprisoned for interrupting Doctor Doom. Soon after, Dorian was freed by the future Doom who had traveled back in time.
|Appearances: Daredevil #220
Doris was killed by Manny.
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #80|
|Appearances: Generation X Holiday Special #1
Doris was Stephen's mother.
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 3) #56|
|Appearances: Black Panther vs. Deadpool #1|
|Appearances: Bizarre Adventures #33|
|Appearances: Immortal Hulk: Time of Monsters #1
Dottie was a residence of Verdigris, Kansas and was one of the townspeople whose fear the Scarecrow fed on. She and the other townspeople were able to flee when the Hulk broke the Scarecrow's power over them.
|Appearances: Iron Man #50|
|Appearances: Power Man #22
Doug and his girlfriend Debbie were in Time Square during the clash between Luke Cage and Stiletto and Discus. Doug was advised by Cage to leave the place immediately because of the situation and Doug accepted the advice but thought that the New Yorkers were ... weird.
|Appearances: Avengers #212
Doug was a member of the Washington DC Police; he and his partner Ron fired and killed Gorn after he threw at them with his sword drawn, after which they were magically hit by a vindictive Elfqueen who plunged them into the ground.
|Appearances: Ghost Rider (Vol. 3) #5|
|Appearances: Daredevil Annual #10|
|Appearances: Amazing Fantasy #18|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #558|
|Appearances: Spider-Man: Short Halloween #1|
|Appearances: Moon Knight (Vol. 8) #11|
|Appearances: Unbelievable Gwenpool #11|
|Appearances: Great Lakes Avengers #6
Doug tried to buy the van Great Lakes Avengers Headquarters.
|Appearances: Human Torch (Vol. 3) #10|
|Appearances: X-Men First Class (Vol. 2) #11, Thunderbolts #168, Dark Avengers #175, Dark Avengers #177, Dark Avengers #179, Dark Avengers #180, Dark Avengers #181, Dark Avengers #182
Member of the Continuiteens, who took care of intervening if the continuity of the Marvel Universe was affected by unrecorded events.
|Appearances: Ms. Marvel (Vol. 3) #4, Ms. Marvel (Vol. 3) #5|
|Appearances: Daredevil: Reborn #1, Daredevil: Reborn #2, Daredevil: Reborn #3|
|Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #2
Mentions: Marvel Mystery Comics #3
Ms. Drayson accidentally put a fire on her skirt with a cigarette but was saved by Namor who sprinkled water from the pores of his own body. Namor captured Ms. Drayson from the Dell View Hospital and tried to take her underwater, but heroic Officer Foley of the NYPD saved her with the cost of his own life.
|Appearances: Tales of Suspense #31|
|Appearances: Havok and Wolverine Meltdown #3|
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #566|
|Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 6) #13|
|Appearances: Drax the Destroyer #3|
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #218|
|Appearances: Journey into Mystery #515|
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #135
After being beaten by Electro, Spider-Man was surrounded by the crowd and among those who wanted to expose him was Duke, but was stopped by Stan Carter who threatened the crowd with a shotgun, which they didn't know was a toy. Duke walked away but threatened Carter by telling him he wouldn't forget the insult.
|Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #22|
|Appearances: Captain America Comics #1
When Hurricane tried to frame Piggy Perroni by introducing himself to him saying that he wanted to be part of his gang, Piggy joined him to one of his henchmen, Dum-Dum, with whom he would have to extort money from a person, but Hurricane was furious and attacked Piggy, disarming Dum-Dum and stunning him.
|Appearances: Captain Marvel (Vol. 10) #37
During a ride in a quiet place where Carol wanted to teach Binary some things about humans, Binary met a group of kids in a diner who gave her a kitten called Dumpling. Soon after, they collided with a Snatmen, and Binary learned his first lesson in the frailty of life when Dumpling was a victim in the fight.
|Appearances: Spider-Man #90|
|Appearances: New Mutants (Vol. 2) #5, New Mutants (Vol. 2) #6, New Mutants (Vol. 2) #13
Duncan took Josh Foley to a Reavers recruitment meeting. Immediately after, they attacked Sofia Mantega, but he was wounded and Josh healed him, discovering his a mutant status.
|Appearances: Superior Foes of Spider-Man #5|
|Appearances: Daredevil #165|
|Appearances: Daredevil #18
Mr. Dunn was the manager of the building in Mid-Manhattan where the office of Nelson & Murdock was located. He approached Karen Page to discuss the rent, but as she fainted in front of him, he rushed the girl to a hospital and then told Mr. Murdock about it.
|Appearances: Daredevil #310|
|Appearances: Black Panther vs. Deadpool #2
Durnis and his twin brother Clemson 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.
|Appearances: Widowmakers: Red Guardian and Yelena Belova #1
Dr. Durst was the warden of the prison, once a secret site for the black ops of the SHIELD, who in agreement with the person who had taken over the site, experimented on the inmates there prisoners making them their mercenaries and with a ruse they had them tested against Yelena Belova.
|Appearances: Avengers Origins: Ant-Man & the Wasp #1|
|Appearances: Captain America Annual #11|
|Appearances: X-Men Unlimited #39|
|Appearances: Thor (Vol. 2) #58|
- Wolverine Vol 2 #84
- Captain America Vol 4 #4
- Elektra #2
- Two-Gun Kid #22
- Black Panther: The Man Without Fear #516
- Mockingbird #6
- Mockingbird #7
- Venom: Lethal Protector Vol 2 #2
- Conan the Adventurer #1
- Tales to Astonish #84
- Captain America #388
- Venom Vol 2 #27.1
- Red She-Hulk #62
- Carnage: Black, White & Blood #2
- Rogue Vol 3 #1
- Secret Avengers #15
- Doctor Strange Vol 2 #19
- Marvel Team-Up #61
- Marvel Team-Up #62
- Daredevil #238
- Spider-Man #29
- Spider-Man #30
- Spider-Man #31
- 15-Love #1
- Marvel Mystery Comics #13
- Human Torch #19
- Blonde Phantom Comics #20
- Joker Comics #42
- Spellbound #12
- Journey into Mystery #15
- Strange Tales #63
- Captain Marvel #8
- Iron Man #41
- Hero for Hire #11
- Marvel Graphic Novel #5
- US 1 #6
- Fantastic Four #289
- Web of Spider-Man #45
- Mighty Thor #447-448
- Fantastic Force #10
- Spider-Man: The Lost Years #2
- Captain America Vol 3 #13
- Wolverine/Punisher Revelation #4
- Elektra Vol 3 #10
- Avengers Vol 3 #76
- 4 #1
- Warlock Vol 6 #1
- Captain America #600
- Dark Reign: The Hood #5
- Secret Avengers #1
- Ghost Rider X-Mas Special Infinite Comic #1
- Symbiote Spider-Man #3
- Doctor Strange Vol 5 #19
- King in Black: Planet of the Symbiotes #1
- Daredevil Vol 6 #28
- Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #62
- Nova Vol 2 #11
- Doom 2099 #40
- Meet Miss Bliss #1
- Wolverine Vol 2 #81
- Venom: The Madness #1
- Venom: The Madness #2
- Venom: The Madness #3
- Thor #497
- Amazing Fantasy Vol 3 #1
- X-Men #121
- Captain America #616
- Tomb of Dracula #67
- Marvel Team-Up #105
- Iron Man #223
- Iron Man #244
- Iron Man #254
- Marvel Comics Presents #123
- Civil War #3
- Ghost Rider Vol 6 #14
- Ghost Rider Vol 6 #15
- Ghost Rider Vol 6 #16
- Deadpool Vol 4 #22
- Deadpool Vol 5 #45
- ClanDestine #5
- Sensational She-Hulk #52
- Sensational She-Hulk #54
- Punisher Summer Special #3
- Wolverine Vol 2 #10
- Daredevil #17
- Web of Spider-Man Vol 2 #10
- Amazing Adventures Vol 2 #7
- Avengers #165
- Amazing Spider-Man #405
- Sensational Spider-Man #9
- Sensational Spider-Man #10
- Avengers Icons: The Vision #3
- Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #48
- Power Man and Iron Fist Vol 2 #5
- Alpha Flight Vol 4 #1
- Astonishing X-Men Vol 4 #16
- Marvels Snapshots: Avengers #1
- Union #5
- Emma Frost #1
- Emma Frost #2
- Amazing Adult Fantasy #9
- West Coast Avengers Vol 2 #46
- Daredevil: Redemption #1
- Warlock and the Infinity Watch #12
- Spider-Man Unlimited #8
- Punisher Vol 6 #6
- New X-Men #123
- Avengers Vol 3 #65
- Amazing Spider-Man #535
- Carnage #2
- Captain America Vol 6 #12
- Punisher Vol 9 #13
- Fear Itself: The Home Front #3
- Scarlet Spider #1
- Spectacular Scarlet Spider #1
- Spectacular Spider-Man #232
- Spectacular Spider-Man #235
- Spectacular Spider-Man #236
- Marvel Feature #3
- Punisher Vol 9 #6
- Avengers #161
- Captain America Annual #1999
- Breaking Into Comics the Marvel Way! #1
- King in Black: Captain America #1
- Daredevil #160
- Carnage Forever #1
- Punisher: War Zone #13
- Marvel's Voices: Indigenous Voices #1
- Wolverine Vol 2 #83
- Punisher Vol 2 #41
- Ghost Rider: Kushala Infinity Comic #4
- Ghost Rider: Kushala Infinity Comic #5
- Ghost Rider: Kushala Infinity Comic #8
- Amazing Spider-Man #546
- Thunderbolts #154
- Thunderbolts #160
- X-Men Unlimited Infinity Comic #28
- Daredevil #502
- Incredible Hulk Annual #18
- Avengers Icons: The Vision #2
- Iron Man Vol 3 #1
- New Mutants Vol 2 #1
- New Mutants Vol 2 #5
- New Mutants Vol 2 #6
- New Mutants Vol 2 #8
- Captain Marvel Vol 10 #27
- Non-Stop Spider-Man #1
- Non-Stop Spider-Man #2
- Marvel Team-Up #100
- Darkhold: Pages from the Book of Sins #2
- Moon Knight Vol 6 #7
- U.S.Agent Vol 2 #1
- Iron Man #230
- Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #30
- Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #31
- Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #32
- Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #33
- Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #35
- Drax the Destroyer #1-4
- Invincible Iron Man #21
- 15-Love #2
- New Mutants #2
- Spider-Man Annual #2000
- Spectacular Spider-Man #211
- Cage Vol 2 #1
- Amazing Spider-Man #410
- Captain America #128
- X-Force #66
- Conan the Barbarian #195
- Havok and Wolverine Meltdown #1
- X-Men: Liberators #1
- Amazing Spider-Man #665
- Daredevil Vol 3 #5
- Web of Spider-Man #44
- Marvel Spotlight #5
- Iron Man #52
- Punisher Vol 2 #86
- Spectacular Spider-Man #209
- X-Men Vol 3 #9
- Ghost Rider Annual #1
- Cable Vol 4 #2
- Deathlok #2
- Kull the Conqueror Vol 2 #1
- Darkhawk: Heart of the Hawk #1
- X-Men #99
- Iron Man Vol 3 #10
- Marvel Zombies Supreme #1
- X-Men: Children of the Atom #2
- Captain America Vol 4 #7
- Sensational Spider-Man #12
- Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #37
- Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #43
- Fantastic Four #232
- Fantastic Four #285
- Spider-Man: Maximum Clonage Alpha #1
- Daredevil: Black and White #1
- Fear Itself: The Home Front #5
- Dazzler #37
- Venom: Dark Origin #2
- Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #19.1
- Hellstorm: Prince of Lies #1
- Ka-Zar: Lord of the Savage Land #2
- Web of Spider-Man #110
- Thunderbolts #1
- Savage Sword of Conan #226
- Fear Itself #6
- Amazing Spider-Man #547
- Amazing Spider-Man #548
- Captain Britain #3
- Deadpool Vol 6 #13
- Iron Man 2.0 #3
- Daredevil Father #1
- Daredevil Father #5
- Doom 2099 #40-41
- Daredevil #220
- Wolverine Vol 2 #80
- Generation X Holiday Special #1
- Wolverine Vol 3 #56
- Black Panther vs. Deadpool #1
- Bizarre Adventures #33
- Immortal Hulk: Time of Monsters #1
- Iron Man #50
- Power Man #22
- Avengers #212
- Ghost Rider Vol 3 #5
- Daredevil Annual #10
- Amazing Fantasy #18
- Amazing Spider-Man #558
- Spider-Man: Short Halloween #1
- Moon Knight Vol 8 #11
- Unbelievable Gwenpool #11
- Great Lakes Avengers #6
- Human Torch Vol 3 #10
- X-Men First Class Vol 2 #11
- Thunderbolts #168
- Dark Avengers #175
- Dark Avengers #177
- Dark Avengers #179-182
- Ms. Marvel Vol 3 #4-5
- Daredevil: Reborn #1
- Marvel Mystery Comics #2
- Havok and Wolverine Meltdown #3
- Fantastic Four #566
- Drax the Destroyer #3
- Spectacular Spider-Man #218
- Journey into Mystery #515
- Spectacular Spider-Man #135
- Captain America Comics #1
- Captain Marvel Vol 10 #37
- Spider-Man #90
- New Mutants Vol 2 #13
- Superior Foes of Spider-Man #5
- Daredevil #165
- Daredevil #18
- Daredevil #310
- Black Panther vs. Deadpool #2
- Widowmakers: Red Guardian and Yelena Belova #1
- Avengers Origins: Ant-Man & the Wasp #1
- Captain America Annual #11
- X-Men Unlimited #39
- Thor Vol 2 #58