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Below is an index of residents of Earth-199999 who are too minor be given their own page.

See also Character Index/Framework for digital recreations of Earth-199999 residents within the virtual reality of the Framework.


Resident Index of Earth-199999

Alphona

Alphona (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 4 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Fifteen", "Refraction"

Mentions: Marvel's Runaways: "Double Zeros", "Big Shot", "Hostile Takeover", "Last Waltz"

Coach Alphona was an Atlas Academy teacher and was also the coach of its lacrosse team.[1], [2]

Andre

Andre (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Jessica Jones Season 1 2 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Jessica Jones: "AKA Crush Syndrome"

Andre was the husband of Gina. One day, Gina confronted Andre about him hiring a private investigator to confirm her affair with bar owner Luke Cage. Andre denied hiring a private investigator, but was enraged at the fact that she was cheating on him. He assembled his team of rugby players to beat up Luke at his bar. However, Luke proved to be unbeatable (invulnerable, even). Andre and his friends left the bar after being beat.[3]

Ant-Thony

Scott Lang (Earth-199999) and Ant-Thony (Earth-199999) 001 Appearances: Ant-Man

Formerly known simply as #247, the winged Carpenter ant (Camponotus pennsylvanicus) "Ant-Thony" was named by Scott Lang. Ant-Thony acted as the main mounted-stead for Lang during his training and the infiltration of the Cross Technological Enterprises Facility. Unfortunately, Ant-Thony was killed by a bullet from Darren Cross' gun.[4][5]

Aura

Aura (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 5 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Reunion", "Rewind", "Kingdom", "Hostile", "Past Life", "Hostile Takeover", "Last Waltz"

Aura was a member of the Church of Gibborim who took adolescent runaways off the street to recruit them into the church.[6], [7], [8], [9], [10], [11], [12]

Austin

No Image Male Appearances: Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "4,722 Hours"

Austin was one of the astronauts who was sent through the portal created by the Monolith on an alien planet. After exploring the planet and returning to base camp, Austin went mad to the point of committing suicide by jumping off a cliff.[13]

  • Portrayed by uncredited actor

Brandon

Brandon (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 1 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Reunion", "Fifteen", "Doomsday"

Brandon was a student at the Atlas Academy and a player of its Lacrosse team.[6], [1], [14]

Brian

Brian (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Iron Fist Season 1 11 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Iron Fist: "Lead Horse Back to Stable"

A former student of Colleen Wing, after her departure from the Hand he considered her a traitor. After being captured, Bakuto ordered that the blood be drained by Colleen and while Brian prepared the tools to do it Colleen broke free, fought with Brian and easily defeated him by stunning him.[15]

Brubaker

No Image Male Appearances: Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "4,722 Hours"

Brubaker was one of the astronauts who was sent through the portal created by the Monolith on an alien planet. After exploring the planet and returning to base camp, Austin went mad to the point of committing suicide by setting himself on fire.[13]

  • Portrayed by uncredited actor

Calvin

Calvin (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 7 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Refraction"

A member of the Church of Gibborim, he was cured by Frank Dean's Healing Gloves.[2]

Caldwell

Caldwell from Marvel's Daredevil Season 1 13 Appearances: Marvel's Daredevil: "Condemned", "The Ones We Leave Behind", "Daredevil"

Caldwell was a secretary at the New York Bulletin who was secretly a mole leaking information to Wilson Fisk.[16]

Caprarelli

Caprarelli (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 2 8 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Past Life"

Caprarelli was a police officer of the LAPD.[10]

Carl

Carl (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 9 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Doomsday"

Carl was a member of the Church of Gibborim in charge of security on the PRIDE site who attempted to stop the Runaways from entering the site until Karolina told him to ask her father for confirmation that they could enter, which Frank Dean did confirm.[14]

Carlo

Carlo (Earth-199999) from Thor Ragnarok 0001 Appearances: Thor: Ragnarok

Carlo was the cousin of the Grandmaster and was accused of treason by him and for this he was captured and then sentenced to death and executed melting him in a puddle of organic matter.[17]

Charlie

Charlie (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Cloak & Dagger Season 1 7 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Cloak & Dagger: "Lotus Eaters"

Charlie was a worker for Roxxon Gulf, at the Oil rig on Lake Borgne. Due to a meltdown, Charlie was one of many workers exposed and turned into Terrors, and later was one of many casualties as a result of the rig's destruction.[18]

Corbin

Corbin from Marvel's Daredevil Season 1 13 Appearances: Marvel's Daredevil: "World on Fire", "Condemned", "Daredevil"

Corbin was a corrupt officer in the N.Y.P.D. who took bribes on behalf of Wilson Fisk.[19]

Danny

Danny (Earth-199999) from Marvel's The Punisher Season 2 10 0001 Appearances: Marvel's The Punisher: "Flustercluck", "The Dark Hearts of Men"

Danny was a member of the Aryan Brotherhood who was hired by John Pilgrim to track down the Punisher and Amy.[20]
Danny instead called other members of the Brotherhood to ambush Pilgrim who killed all those present including Danny who he shot in the back while he was trying to escape.[21]

Doug

Doug (Earth-199999) from Thor Ragnarok 0001 Appearances: Thor: Ragnarok

Doug was an alien who participated in the Contest of Champions in the arena of Sakaar and was killed from injuries sustained from the fight with Hulk.[17]

Duke

Duke (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Iron Fist Season 1 4 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Iron Fist: "Eight Diagram Dragon Palm"

Colleen Wing asked for two opponents in the cage fight and then at her contendent Jimmy Pierce joined Duke, who was however immediately knocked down by Colleen.[22]

  • Portrayed by uncredited actor.

Earl

Earl (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 6 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Metamorphosis", "Split Up"

Earl initially worked in the security of the Wizard Computers building and was distracted by Gert Yorkes while Alex Wilder and Nico Minoru infiltrated the building.[23]
Earl later quit his job at Wizard Computers and changed his way of life.[24]

Eldridge

Eldridge (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 9 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Doomsday"

Eldridge was a member of the Crisp gang who posed as a Geoffrey Wilder Construction Inc.'s security guard to spy on the PRIDE construction site on behalf of Darius Davis.[14]

Frances

Frances (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 5 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Reunion", "Rewind", "Kingdom", "Hostile", "Past Life", "Hostile Takeover", "Last Waltz"


Frances was a member of the Church of Gibborim who took adolescent runaways off the street to recruit them into the church.[6], [7], [8], [9], [10], [11], [12]

Francis

Francis from Marvel's Daredevil Season 1 11 Appearances: Marvel's Daredevil: "Speak of the Devil", "The Path of the Righteous", "The Ones We Leave Behind", "Daredevil"

Francis was a henchman of Wilson Fisk who was tasked with protecting Vanessa Marianna.[16]

Fred

Fred (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 1 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Reunion"

Fred was a cockatoo parrot.[6]

Gale

Gale (Earth-199999) from Ant-Man (film) 0001 Appearances: Ant-Man

Officer Gale was the partner of Officer Jim Paxton. Together, they tracked down Scott Lang after he escaped prison. Lang escaped from their custody yet again when Gale and Paxton answered a distress call at Maggie Lang's house.

Gina

Gina (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Jessica Jones Season 1 2 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Jessica Jones: "AKA Ladies Night", "AKA Crush Syndrome"

Gina was the unfaithful wife to Andre. She would often visit Luke's and have sex with the owner, Luke Cage. Gina kept her marriage a secret from Luke by taking off her wedding ring prior to entering the bar.[25]
One day, Luke refused to further see Gina and told her that her marriage had been revealed to him by Jessica Jones, a private investigator apparently hired by Andre. Gina told Luke that hiring a private investigator wasn't Andre's style, but she rushed home to Andre immediately afterward.
Two nights after that, Gina confronted Jessica Jones at Alias Investigations Office, asking what Jessica's motive for stalking Luke was. She informed Jessica that Andre never had a private investigator hired for he was unaware of the affair - until Gina inadvertently exposed herself when confronting him about it, two days prior. Gina accused Jessica for having affection for Luke, but Jessica denied it. She also informed Jessica that Andre was headed over to Luke's with a few of his rugby teammates to beat Luke up.[3]

Hannah

Hannah (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 1 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Reunion"

Hannah was a student at the Atlas Academy who attended auditions to join the school's dance team.[6]

Hanover

Hanover (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 4 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Fifteen"

LAPD Desk Sergeant Hanover received Alex Wilder and Nico Minoru who wanted to report the murders of two teenagers.[1]

Hanover

Hanover (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 4 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Fifteen"

LAPD Desk Sergeant Hanover received Alex Wilder and Nico Minoru who wanted to report the murders of two teenagers.[1]

Haverson

No Image Male Appearances: Marvel's Daredevil: "Nelson v. Murdock"

Haverson was an editor at the New York Bulletin.[26]

Jack

Jack (Earth-199999) from Iron Man 2 (film) 001 Appearances: Iron Man 2

Jack was Justin Hammer's personal assistant and butler.[27]

John

John (Earth-199999) from Thor The Dark World 0001 Appearances: Thor: The Dark World

John and two other kids discovered a place in London where the objects disappeared and even a truck positioned there floated in the air. Upon the arrival of Jane Foster and his assistants, John and his friends showed them the anomalies that occurred in that place that turned out to be a portal that connected the Earth to the Nine Realms.[28]

Johns

Johns (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 1 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Reunion"

Nurse Johns of the Atlas Academy treated Molly Hernandez who suffered from severe pain cramps.[6]

Kincaid

Kincaid (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 4 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Fifteen", "Metamorphosis", "Tsunami"

Mentioned: "Doomsday"

Kincaid was Tina Minoru's bodyguard and also did investigation work for her.[1], [23], [29]

Lemieux

Lemieux (Earth-199999) from Iron Man 2 (film) 001 Appearances: Iron Man 2

Lemieux was a French detective who tried to interrogate Ivan Vanko after his attack on Tony Stark in Monaco.[27]

Lisbeth

Lisbeth (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 1 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Reunion"

Lisbeth tried to interview Karolina Dean to write an article about the Church of Gibborim.[6]

Lucas

Lucas (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 1 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Reunion", "Fifteen"

Lucas was a student at the Atlas Academy and a player of its Lacrosse team.[6], [1]

Martin

Martin (Earth-199999) from Marvel's The Punisher Season 2 9 0001 Appearances: Marvel's The Punisher: "Flustercluck"

Martin was among the men hired to eliminate Amy Bendix but was killed by the Punisher.[20]

Martin (Marlene's Second Husband)

No Image Male Mentions: Marvel's Daredevil: "Nelson v. Murdock"

Martin married Marlene Fisk some time after the death of her first husband, Bill Fisk. According to Marlene, Martin was a beautiful man, but ultimately left her due to his sexual attraction of other men.[26]

Mary

Mary (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Iron Fist Season 1 11 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Iron Fist: "Lead Horse Back to Stable"

Mary was a member of the Bakuto Hand faction and a former Colleen Wing martial art student whom she considered a traitor and contributed to her capture along with her other students, but were eventually defeated by her.[15]

Mike

Mike (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 2 1 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Gimmie Shelter", "Old School", "Split Up"

Mentioned: "Big Shot"

Mike, also known as Mike on a Bike, was a homeless and petty thief who tried to rob the Runaways by taking the Fistigons away, but after several attempts he was captured by Old Lace and frightened he returned the Fistigons.[30]
Later in exchange for money he revealed to Robert Minoru that he had met the Runaways and their position.[31]
Still Mike met the Runaways and tried to rob Chase's car and there he was stunned when he saw Xavin take his appearance.[24]

Mitch

Mitch (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 2 9 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Big Shot", "Hostile Takeover"

Mitch was a corrupt cop member of the LAPD Task Squad.[32], [11]

Nadia

No Image Female Mentions: Marvel's Daredevil: "Resurrection"

Nadia was a literacy tutor and friend of Seema Nadim, after telling her that one of her colleagues had left the job and knowing the Nadims' financial difficulties, Nadia offered to cover a few hours in the center.[33]

Nana B

Nana B (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 2 8 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Past Life"

Mentions: Marvel's Runaways: "Rewind", "Kingdom", "Radio On", "Double Zeros"

Nana B was the grandmother of Darius Davis, who also took care of Alex Wilder when he was a child. When Nana B fell ill, Wilder promised Davis that he would take care of her.[10]
Years later when Davis and Wilder found themselves at odds, Wilder said he would revolt against Nana B which infuriated Davis who kidnapped Wilder's son in retaliation.[7]

Nicole

Nicole from Marvel's Jessica Jones Season 1 11 Appearances: Marvel's Jessica Jones: "AKA Ladies Night", "AKA Crush Syndrome", "AKA 99 Friends", "AKA I've Got the Blues", "AKA Sole Survivor", "AKA Shark in the Bathtub, Monster in the Bed", "AKA Pray for My Patsy", "Mean Right Hook",

Nicole is an exmployee at WNEX New York who works at Patricia Walker's show "Trish Talk".[6]

Norma

Norma from Marvel's Daredevil Season 1 13 Appearances: Marvel's Daredevil: "Rabbit in a Snowstorm", "Daredevil"

Norma is a nurse at the Metro-General Hospital responsible for the care of Doris Urich.[34]

Osiris

No Image Male Mentioned: Marvel's Runaways: "Kingdom", "Old School"

Osiris was the leader of the Crips gang who was killed by a member of the same gang, Geoffrey Wilder, and for the aforementioned crime Wilder was sentenced in prison but however he persuaded Darius Davis to take responsibility for it.

Phil

Phil (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 2 001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Rewind"

Mentions: Marvel's Runaways: "Reunion", "Tsunami", "Double Zeros"

Phil was Frank Dean's agent, before he decided to stop working with him, encouraging Frank to pursue bigger goals with his Church of Gibborim instead of acting.[7]

Rebecca

Rebecca (Earth-199999) from Iron Man 2 (film) 001 Appearances: Iron Man 2

Rebecca was an attendant of Tony Stark's birthday party, who threw a watermelon in the air for Stark to shoot with his Unibeam.[27]

Robert

Robert (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Luke Cage Season 2 3 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Luke Cage: "Wig Out"

When Luke Cage went to the Jamaican district he asked for information on Nigel Garrison in a pub where some people played dominoes, including Robert but no one wanted to tell him any information.[35]

Sequoia

Sequoia from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 6 4 Appearances: Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "Code Yellow"

Sequoia is a social media influencer and an ex-girlfriend of Deke Shaw.[36]

Stanley

Stanley (Earth-199999) from The Incredible Hulk (2008 film) 0001 Appearances: The Incredible Hulk

Stanley was a pizza parlor owner, and a friend to Bruce Banner. When Banner disappeared for half a decade, Stanley didn't believe what the government was saying about him.
Stanley was reunited with Banner when he stopped by Stanley's pizzeria, looking for a place to stay and a job as a delivery boy. Stanley agreed. Banner left when his ex-girlfriend Betty Ross discovered he was staying there.[37]

Stu

Stu (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 9 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Doomsday"

Student at the Atlas Academy and member of its lacrosse team. When he learned of Chase's father's illness, he offered him his support.[14]

Stuart

Stuart (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 3 6 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: "Among Us Hide..."

Stuart was an agent of the Metropolitan Police Department of Washington, DC who went to Rosalind Price's apartment after someone broke in, even though he found no obvious evidence for a possible suspect.[38]

Taylor

Taylor (New York Bulletin) (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Daredevil Season 1 6 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Daredevil: "Condemned"

Taylor is a reporter at the New York Bulletin.[39]

Tezuka

Tezuka (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 7 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Refraction", "Doomsday"

Ms. Tezuka was the principal of the Atlas Academy, she gave a speech to the parents of the students during the annual Open House, extolling the school's achievements.[2]
He comforted Chase for his father's illness.[14]

Tom

No Image Male Appearances: Captain Marvel

Tom was a neighbor of Maria Rambeau and came knocking at her house after seeing a plane landing on her backyard, but Carol greeted him in an uncomfortable way thinking he was a Skrull with the appearance of Tom.[40]

Walter

Walter (Earth-199999) from Marvel's Runaways Season 1 1 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Runaways: "Reunion"

Walter was the Spanish teacher at the Atlas Academy.[6]

Zack

Zack from Marvel's Jessica Jones Season 1 1 Appearances: Marvel's Jessica Jones: "AKA Ladies Night", "AKA Crush Syndrome"

Zack is an exmployee at WNEX New York and the producer of Patricia Walker's show "Trish Talk".[25]

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