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Below is a list of characters whose reality does not have an official designation and we do not feel the reality is defined enough to assign a TRN to. NOTE: The list may also include characters whose home reality is totally unknown - they are only shown outside their reality with no indication of where they are from.

Character Index - Unknown Realities

Abigail Brand

Abigail Brand (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Secret Love Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Secret Wars: Secret Love #1

Squirrel Girl won a date with Thor during the Annual Super-triathlon for Animal Welfare, which was sponsored by Stark Enterprises. Abigail Brand was present at the festivities on Asgard.[1]

Abigail Brand (Earth-Unknown) from Infinity Countdown Captain Marvel Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Infinity Countdown: Captain Marvel #1

Lt. Commander Abigail Brand was glimpsed by the Captain Marvel of Earth-616 through her Reality Stone.[2]

Abigail Mercury

Abigail Mercury (Earth-Unknown) from Ben Reilly Scarlet Spider Vol 1 23 001 Appearances: Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #23

In this reality, Ben Reilly didn't hesitate to give Abigail the vial of Angels' blood. The blood turned Abigail into an immortal. After the death of her mother, Cassandra, she started wandering the world until she was the last living being on Earth.[3]

Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln (Earth-Unknown) from Ben Reilly Scarlet Spider Vol 1 23 001 Appearances: Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #23

Fifty years into the future, the Lincoln Memorial was left to decay.[3]


Adam Warlock

Adam Warlock (Earth-Unknown) from Deadpool & the Mercs for Money Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Deadpool & the Mercs for Money #5

Adam Warlock had teamed-up with Mania, and Spider-Man, Valkyrie, and Vision. He was briefly seen by an unnamed Rigellian Recorder after it entered a rift into the Prime Marvel Universe.[4]

Advanced Idea Mechanics

Agent 272

Agent 272 (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0001 Appearances: Strange Tales Vol 5 #1

M.O.D.O.K. spent his life trying to defeat the worlds superheroes whilst being in a relationship with one of his agents, Agent 272. In 1974 he built a Pinpoint Discorporator which he was going to use to destroy his enemies and rule the world and the two had a relaxing bath. In 1983 they machine was destroyed by Iron Man, proclaiming he would rebuilt it and the two had another relaxing bath. In 1995 the machine was still in the process of being rebuilt and the relationship between the two had soured, with Agent 272 accusing M.O.D.O.K. of spending all of his time fighting heroes than working on the ray. M.O.D.O.K. called her fat and she refused to bathe him, so he lost control and fried her with his chair. In 2003, M.O.D.O.K. was aged and the Agent was wheelchair bound when Iron Man and Captain America showed up to arrest M.O.D.O.K. and rather than go to jail, he killed Agent 272 with a metal pipe and drowned himself so they could be together forever.[5]

Agamotto

No Image Male Mentions: Unbelievable Gwenpool #25

Gwenpool claimed Agamotto gave her her magic rocket launcher.[6]

Alchemax

Alchemax (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Factor Vol 1 20 001 Appearances: All-New X-Factor #20

Alchemax was attacked by superheroes working for Serval Industries. This reality was imagined by Harry Snow.[7]

Alicia Masters

Alicia Masters (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 2 0001 Appearances: Strange Tales Vol 5 #2

This version of Alicia Master was confronted by her father about her not getting a job. She left and attempted to sell/display her sculptures with the help of the Thing in a gallery. The owner did not accept her art and thought it was of season. Later, she got a job as a cake decorator and one of her customers wanted a cake of the Thing which the Thing had to tell her she had made him green on the cake.[8]

America Chavez

America Chavez (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Secret Love Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Secret Wars: Secret Love #1

Squirrel Girl won a date with Thor during the Annual Super-triathlon for Animal Welfare, which was sponsored by Stark Enterprises. Miss America was present at the festivities on Asgard.[1]

American Dream

Shannon Carter (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Universe Avengers - Earth's Mightiest Heroes Vol 1 11 0001 Appearances: Marvel Universe: Avengers - Earth's Mightiest Heroes #11

American Dream was a member of the Captain Americorps, which allowed every city to have its own Captain America and seemingly stopped all villains in the United States. At some point Doombots attacked the White House and this Captain America attempted to take out the Doombots. This reality was experienced by the Steve Rogers of Earth-8096 in a dream caused by Nightmare.[9]

Amy Anderson

Amy Anderson (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales II Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Strange Tales II #3

A beautiful reporter who accompanied the US Agent on his mission to Terrorstan to eliminate the mutated terrorist Terror-Saur. Although she initially disagreed about the US preventive intervention in a foreign land, after being assaulted by Terror-Saur she rooted for US Agent to kill him, and after Terror-Saur was killed Amy allowed herself to US Agent[10]

Angel

Warren Worthington III (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0001 Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Angel was the Horseman of Death and seemingly slaughtered several of Earths hereoes [11]

Warren Worthington III (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0002 Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Angel was a member of the X-Men who performed some unknown major heroic deed that made the entire world love and respect them instead of hating them. This made them the most popular team of super-heroes on earth and were shown having a parade in Times Square.[11]

Warren Worthington III (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0003 Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Angel was present when Colossus and Shadowcat said goodbye to each other before Kitty got stuck inside giant bullet flying through space.[11]

Warren Worthington III (Earth-Unknown) from Cable & Deadpool Vol 1 46 0001 Appearances: Cable & Deadpool #46

Aliases: Death

Archangel was a Horseman of Apocalypse, alongside Deadpool.[12]

Warren Worthington III (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Secret Love Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Secret Wars: Secret Love #1

Squirrel Girl won a date with Thor during the Annual Super-triathlon for Animal Welfare, which was sponsored by Stark Enterprises. Angel was present at the festivities on Asgard.[1]

Anna Maria Marconi

Anna Maria Marconi (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 1 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #1

Anna Maria Marconi was among the individuals that knew that Peter Parker was Spider-Man.[13]

Annihilus

Annihilus (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0001 Appearances: Strange Tales Vol 5 #1

This version of Annihilus was trying to attack the Inhumans and had them overpowered with fear and were saved by Lockjaw who wanted to be fed. [5]

Ant-Man

Scott Lang (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Man Annual Vol 3 1 001 Appearances: Spider-Man Annual Vol 3 #1

Ant-Man was one of the combatants in the first Secret Roar. Dissatisfied with the war they had created, the supervising celestial destroyed their battlerealm and all its inhabitants, including Scott Lang.[14]

Apocalypse

No Image Male Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Apocalypse ate Nightcrawler and his child.[11]

Aunt May

May Reilly (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0001 Appearances: Strange Tales Vol 5 #1

Peter Parker caught his Aunt May buying pornography.[5]

May Reilly (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 3 2 001 Appearances: Spider-Verse Vol 3 #2

Aliases: Superior Spider-Woman

May Parker was the superhero Superior Spider-Woman. She was among the counterparts of Spider-Ma'am who helped her open an interdimensional portal by firing a line of webbing at the logo of Sweetheart's Cafe.[15]

May Reilly (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 3 2 002 Appearances: Spider-Verse Vol 3 #2

Aliases: Ghost-Spider

May Parker was the superhero Ghost-Spider. She was among the counterparts of Spider-Ma'am who helped her open an interdimensional portal by firing a line of webbing at the logo of Sweetheart's Cafe.[15]

May Reilly (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 3 2 003 Appearances: Spider-Verse Vol 3 #2

Aliases: Spider-Woman

May Parker was the superhero Spider-Woman. She was among the counterparts of Spider-Ma'am who helped her open an interdimensional portal by firing a line of webbing at the logo of Sweetheart's Cafe.[15]

May Reilly (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 3 2 004 Appearances: Spider-Verse Vol 3 #2

Aliases: Iron Spider

May Parker was the superhero Iron Spider. She was among the counterparts of Spider-Ma'am who helped her open an interdimensional portal by firing a line of webbing at the logo of Sweetheart's Cafe.[15]

May Reilly (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 3 2 005 Appearances: Spider-Verse Vol 3 #2

Aliases: Spider-Ma'am

May Parker was the superhero Spider-Ma'am. She helped her Earth-3123 counterpart open an interdimensional portal by firing a line of webbing at the logo of Sweetheart's Cafe.[15]

May Reilly (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 3 2 006 Appearances: Spider-Verse Vol 3 #2

Aliases: Spider-Woman

May Parker was the superhero Spider-Woman. She was among the counterparts of Spider-Ma'am who helped her open an interdimensional portal by firing a line of webbing at the logo of Sweetheart's Cafe.[15]

May Reilly (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 3 2 007 Appearances: Spider-Verse Vol 3 #2

Aliases: Spider-Woman

May Parker was the superhero Spider-Woman. She was among the counterparts of Spider-Ma'am who helped her open an interdimensional portal by firing a line of webbing at the logo of Sweetheart's Cafe.[15]

May Reilly (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 3 2 008 Appearances: Spider-Verse Vol 3 #2

Aliases: Silk

May Parker was the superhero Silk. She was among the counterparts of Spider-Ma'am who helped her open an interdimensional portal by firing a line of webbing at the logo of Sweetheart's Cafe.[15]

May Reilly (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 3 2 009 Appearances: Spider-Verse Vol 3 #2

Aliases: Woman-Spider

May Parker mutated into Woman-Spider. She was among the counterparts of Spider-Ma'am who helped her open an interdimensional portal by firing a line of webbing at the logo of Sweetheart's Cafe.[15]

Captain Universe (Earth-Unknown) and May Reilly (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 3 2 001 Appearances: Spider-Verse Vol 3 #2

Aliases: Captain Universe

May Parker was empowered by Captain universe. She was among the counterparts of Spider-Ma'am who helped her open an interdimensional portal by firing a line of webbing at the logo of Sweetheart's Cafe.[15]

May Reilly (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 3 2 010 Appearances: Spider-Verse Vol 3 #2

Aliases: Prodigy

May Parker was the superhero Prodigy. She was among the counterparts of Spider-Ma'am who helped her open an interdimensional portal by firing a line of webbing at the logo of Sweetheart's Cafe.[15]

May Reilly (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 3 2 011 Appearances: Spider-Verse Vol 3 #2

Aliases: Hornet

May Parker was the superhero Hornet. She was among the counterparts of Spider-Ma'am who helped her open an interdimensional portal by firing a line of webbing at the logo of Sweetheart's Cafe.[15]

May Reilly (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 3 2 012 Appearances: Spider-Verse Vol 3 #2

Aliases: Bombastic Bag-Woman

May Parker was the superhero Bombastic Bag-Woman. She was among the counterparts of Spider-Ma'am who helped her open an interdimensional portal by firing a line of webbing at the logo of Sweetheart's Cafe.[15]

May Reilly (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 3 2 013 Appearances: Spider-Verse Vol 3 #2

Aliases: Ricochet

May Parker was the superhero Ricochet. She was among the counterparts of Spider-Ma'am who helped her open an interdimensional portal by firing a line of webbing at the logo of Sweetheart's Cafe.[15]

May Reilly (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 3 2 014 Appearances: Spider-Verse Vol 3 #2

Aliases: Scarlet Spider

May Parker was the superhero Scarlet Spider. She was among the counterparts of Spider-Ma'am who helped her open an interdimensional portal by firing a line of webbing at the logo of Sweetheart's Cafe.[15]

May Reilly (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 3 2 015 Appearances: Spider-Verse Vol 3 #2

A May Parker armed with Web-Shooters was among the counterparts of Spider-Ma'am who helped her open an interdimensional portal by firing a line of webbing at the logo of Sweetheart's Cafe.[15]

Avalanche

Dominikos Petrakis (Earth-Unknown) from X-Men No More Humans Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: X-Men: No More Humans #1

This version of Avalanche was brought to the Prime Marvel Universe by Raze Darkholme after he sent every human on the planet to a pocket dimension. Becoming a member of his Brotherhood of Mutants, Avalanche faced off against the X-Men.[16]

Avengers

Avengers (Earth-Unknown) from Longshot Saves the Marvel Universe Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Longshot Saves the Marvel Universe #3, Longshot Saves the Marvel Universe #4

When Otto Octavius was outed as Spider-Man, the Avengers stood against their former teammate.[17]

Superior Avengers (Earth-Unknown) from Mighty Avengers Vol 2 5.INH 0001 Appearances: Mighty Avengers Vol 2 #5.INH

Superior Spider-Man took over the Mighty Avengers and renamed them the Superior Avengers. This reality was imagined by the Superior Spider-Man[18]

Avengers (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 1 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #1

The Avengers were among the individuals that knew that Peter Parker was Spider-Man.[13]

Avengers (Earth-Unknown) from All-New, All-Different Avengers Annual Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: All-New, All-Different Avengers Annual #1

The teenaged Avengers went on a space mission.[19] This reality was a fan-fiction written by Miles Morales.

No Image Team Mentions: Prowler Vol 2 #6

The Avengers defeated Red Skull and were commemorated by the mayor of New York City.[20]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Secret Wars: Secret Love #1
  2. Infinity Countdown: Captain Marvel #1
  3. 3.0 3.1 Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #23
  4. Deadpool & the Mercs for Money #5
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Strange Tales Vol 5 #1
  6. Unbelievable Gwenpool #25
  7. All-New X-Factor #20
  8. Strange Tales Vol 5 #2
  9. Marvel Universe: Avengers - Earth's Mightiest Heroes #11
  10. Strange Tales II #3
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 All-New X-Men #25
  12. Cable & Deadpool #46
  13. 13.0 13.1 Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #1
  14. Spider-Man Annual Vol 3 #1
  15. 15.00 15.01 15.02 15.03 15.04 15.05 15.06 15.07 15.08 15.09 15.10 15.11 15.12 15.13 15.14 15.15 Spider-Verse Vol 3 #2
  16. X-Men: No More Humans #1
  17. Longshot Saves the Marvel Universe #3-4
  18. Mighty Avengers Vol 2 #5.INH
  19. All-New, All-Different Avengers Annual #1
  20. Prowler Vol 2 #6
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