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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

G. Willow Wilson

G. Willow Wilson (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Too Vol 1 1 001.jpg Appearances: Secret Wars Too #1

G. Willow Wilson was in line for the restroom as Jonathan Hickman and God Emperor Doom left.[1]

Galactus

Galan (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0001.jpg Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

Aliases: Galactapus

When She-Hulk of the Prime Universe's comic writer "died" the editors of Marvel Comics began to pitch different ideas for the new style of her 616 comic series. One of them included a version designed by Terry Austin where She-Hulk went around fighting both villains and heroes and attempted to take down Galactapus on her own, however he never noticed her. (This version was seemingly based on J. Wellington Wimpy).[2]

Galan (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Strange Tales (Vol. 5) #1

Galactus had a booger stuck on his face which Silver Surfer laughed at.[3]

Galan (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Adventures Super Heroes Vol 2 10 001.jpg Appearances: Marvel Adventures Super Heroes (Vol. 2) #10

In this reality Galactus killed Susan Storm.[4]

Galan (Earth-Unknown) from Deadpool & the Mercs for Money Vol 1 5 001.jpg Appearances: Deadpool & the Mercs for Money #5

Galactus and a group of Galacti prepared to devour Earth. He was briefly seen by an unnamed Rigellian Recorder after it entered a rift into the Prime Marvel Universe.[5]

Galan (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales II Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
Appearances: Strange Tales II #1

Galactus made Magneto his new herald only to use him as a magnet on his fridge.[6]

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Appearances: Fantastic Four #123

In this reality Galactus killed Mister Fantastic, but he accidentally destroyed his spaceship as well.[7]

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Appearances: Fantastic Four #123

In this reality Galactus killed all the Fantastic Four members because Reed Richards didn't want to give back the spaceship to the devourer.[7]

Galan (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 123 001.jpg
Appearances: Fantastic Four #123

In this reality Galactus consumed Earth because Reed Richards didn't want to give back the spaceship to the devourer.[7]

Galan (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Comics Vol 1 1000 001.jpg
Appearances: Marvel Comics #1000

Galactus was one of little Black Bolt's new teachers who reproached him to be late at school, but when he tried to justify himself, his voice destroyied the school.[8]

Gamora

Gamora Zen Whoberi Ben Titan (Earth-Unknown) and Thanos (Earth-Unknown) from Infinity Countdown Adam Warlock Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
Appearances: Infinity Countdown: Adam Warlock #1


In an alternate reality Thanos caused the infinity end, killing all heroes in the process, but not Gamora.[9]

Gardener

Ord Zyonz (Earth-Unknown) from Silver Surfer Vol 3 6 0001.jpg Appearances: Silver Surfer (Vol. 3) #6

Gardener was one the Elders of the Universe who killed Galactus. In doing so, the universe ended and was reborn will all the Elders having gained Galactus' role and powers. This reality was the plan the Elders of the prime universe wished to enact as explained by the Obliterator to the Silver Surfer.[10]

Genesis

No Image Male.jpg Mentions: Despicable Deadpool #289

Genesis seemingly had a similar history as his Earth-616 counterpart. He was targeted by Stryfe, but his assassin died before he could go after him.[11]

Ghost Rider

Johnny Blaze

Johnathon Blaze (Earth-Unknown) from Crazy Magazine Vol 1 28 0001.jpg Appearances: Crazy (Vol. 3) #28

Ghost Rider attended the 1st Annual duly authorized Superhero convention where he was stopped by a cop presumably for speeding.[12]

No Image Male.jpg Mentions: Amazing Spider-Man: Full Circle #1

In an alternate future, Ghost Rider was merged with the Cosmic Cube.[13]

Johnathon Blaze (Earth-Unknown) from Crazy Vol 4 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Crazy (Vol. 4) #1

Aliases: Ghost Hitcher

On this reality Johnny Blaze was the Ghost Hitcher who instead of using a motorcycle, he was a hitchhiker.[14]

Robbie Reyes

Roberto Reyes (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Secret Love Vol 1 1 0001.jpg 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. Ghost Racer was present at the festivities on Asgard.[15]

Roberto Reyes (Earth-Unknown) and Elias Morrow (Earth-Unknown) from Unbelievable Gwenpool Vol 1 25 001.jpg Appearances: Unbelievable Gwenpool #25

In an alternate future, Ghost Rider was among the heroes who opposed an alliance between Magneto, Malekith the Accursed, and Ultron.[16]

Giganto

Giganto (Deviant Mutate) (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Adventures Super Heroes Vol 2 10 0001.jpg Appearances: Marvel Adventures Super Heroes (Vol. 2) #10

In this reality, Giganto kills Susan Storm during the first group release of the Fantastic Four after acquiring the powers.[4]

Gigantus

Gigantus (Earth-Unknown) from Hulk Monster-Size Special Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Hulk Monster-Size Special #1

Gigantus was one of the many monsters that the Hulk battled several giant monsters. These exploits were read to Goom as fairy tales.[17]

Giraffe-Man

Giraffe-Man (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Secret Love Vol 1 1 0001.jpg 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. Giraffe-Man was one of the participants who lost.[15]

Gladiator

Melvin Potter

Melvin Potter (Earth-Unknown) from Crazy Magazine Vol 1 22 0001.jpg Appearances: Crazy (Vol. 3) #22

Due to the economic down-turn, Gladiator and several other villains became writers for Crazy Magazine.[18]

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Kallark

Kallark (Earth-Unknown) from Deadpool & the Mercs for Money Vol 1 5 001.jpg Appearances: Deadpool & the Mercs for Money #5

Gladiator was seen with citizens of the Shi'ar Empire. He was briefly seen by an unnamed Rigellian Recorder after it entered a rift into the Prime Marvel Universe.[5]

Glenn Talbot

No Image Male.jpg Appearances: Avengers: X-Sanction #3

Aliases: "Red Hulk"

Glen Talbot seemingly became the Red Hulk and was acquainted with Cable. When Cable was captured by the Red Hulk he assumed he was Talbot, but Ross informed he wasn't and that Talbott was dead.[19]

Glenn Talbot (Earth-Unknown) and Elizabeth Ross (Earth-Unknown) from Incredible Hulk Last Call Vol 1 1 001.jpg Appearances: Incredible Hulk: Last Call #1

After Bruce Banner was killed by the Gamma Bomb, Glenn Talbot and Betty Ross were married and had at least two children together.[20]

Gob-Tron

Gob-Tron (Earth-Unknown) from Gwen Stacy Vol 1 1 001.jpg Appearances: Gwen Stacy #1

Gob-Tron was an evil corporate robot and a foe of the A-Gwen-Gers.[21]

Goliath

Bill Foster

William Foster (Earth-Unknown) from New Avengers Vol 1 24 0001.jpg
Appearances: New Avengers #24

Goliath was one of the various heroes killed by Sentry and Hulk.[22]

Googam

Googam (Earth-Unknown) from Hulk Monster-Size Special Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Hulk Monster-Size Special #1

Googam was read a series of Fairy Tales about Hulk by his father Goom.[17]

Goom

Goom (Earth-Unknown) from Hulk Monster-Size Special Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Hulk Monster-Size Special #1

Goom read a series of Fairy Tales about Hulk to his son Googam.[17]

Goose Rider

Johnny Glazed (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Man Annual Vol 3 1 001.jpg Appearances: Spider-Man Annual (Vol. 3) #1

Goose Rider 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 Goose Rider.[23]

Gorgon

Gorgon Petragon (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Strange Tales (Vol. 5) #1

This version of Gorgon was one of the Inhumans honoring Lockjaw for all the work he did for the Inhuman Royal Family by being given some gourmet dog food. Before they could open the can, Crystal alerted the group to an attack by the Psycho-Man. Lockjaw followed behind and rescued the Inhumans so they would feed him. They returned to Attilan and again before the can could be open the can, they raced off to stop Annihilus and were again saved by Lockjaw. Black Bolt himself was going to feed Lockjaw but Maximus usurped his throne and the group raced off leaving Lockjaw unfed for the third time. Lockjaw teleported with the can of dog food and used it to knock Maximus out then used Maximus' helmet as a can opener, before teleporting away to eat his dinner in peace.

Gorgon Petragon (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Comics Vol 1 1000 001.jpg
Appearances: Marvel Comics #1000

Gorgon was one of little Black Bolt's classmates. Blackagar was late, but when he tried to justify himself, his voice destroyed the school.

Grady Scraps

Grady Scraps (Earth-Unknown) from Clone Conspiracy Vol 1 2 001.jpg
Appearances: Clone Conspiracy #2

Grady Scraps was one of the inhabitants of San Francisco that was infected by the Carrion Virus. He was among the mob that chased down a reality-displaced Scarlet Spider.[24]

This reality was experienced by Earth-616 Scarlet Spider through a nightmare.

Grandmaster

En Dwi Gast (Earth-Unknown) from Silver Surfer Vol 3 6 0001.jpg Appearances: Silver Surfer (Vol. 3) #6

Grandmaster was one the Elders of the Universe who killed Galactus. In doing so, the universe ended and was reborn will all the Elders having gained Galactus' role and powers. This reality was the plan the Elders of the prime universe wished to enact as explained by the Obliterator to the Silver Surfer.[10]

En Dwi Gast (Earth-Unknown) from Infinity Countdown Adam Warlock Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
Appearances: Infinity Countdown: Adam Warlock #1

In an alternate reality Thanos caused the infinity end, killing all heroes in the process, including Grandmaster.[9]

Grasshopper

Grasshopper (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Comics Vol 1 1001 0001.jpg
Appearances: Marvel Comics #1001

Grasshopper attacked a vermin terminator Tigra who run over him, killing him.[25]

Green Goblin

Norman Osborn (Earth-Unknown) from Daredevils Vol 1 3 0001.jpg Appearances: Daredevils #3

Green Goblin recreated the set-up Spider-Man's Atari game (where he set up explosives in a building) and challenged Spider-Man to a versus match of the game. If Goblin won, the bomb's would explode and if Spider-Man won the bomb's would diffuse. The pair played the game and Spider-Man came out on top and Green Goblin was arrested.[26]

Norman Osborn (Earth-Unknown) from War Machine Vol 1 1 001.jpg
Appearances: War Machine #1

Green Goblin was one of several villains who was single handedly defeated by War Machine. This reality was dreamed/imagined by Jim Rhodes of the Prime Marvel Universe.[27]

Norman Osborn (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Man Vol 2 14 0001.jpg Appearances: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #14

Green Goblin was infected and become a Zombie at an unknown point in time. His reality was visited by Miles Morales & Gwendolyn Stacy when the Dimensional Travel Watch broke and they were being pulled through different realities. Green Goblin and the group of Zombies tried to attack and eat the pair but they were pulled away to a different reality.[28]

Note: This may be a character from one of the several known Marvel Zombies realities but this is currently unknown.

Norman Osborn (Earth-Unknown) from Unbelievable Gwenpool Vol 1 25 001.jpg Appearances: Unbelievable Gwenpool #25

One Halloween, Green Goblin ambushed Silk, Spider-Man, and Spider-Man. Gwenpool came to their rescue, using a Web-Shooter to force him off his Goblin Glider.[16]

No Image Male.jpg Mentions: Gwen Stacy #1

Norman Osborn spread his Goblin Formula, with those infected taking over every city in North America.[21]

Norman Osborn (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Comics Vol 1 1001 001.jpg
Appearances: Marvel Comics #1001

Green Goblin was one of the enemies fought by Spider-Man in the afterlife.[25]

Norman Osborn (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Comics Vol 1 1001 0001.jpg
Appearances: Marvel Comics #1001

Green Goblin was one of the villains killed by Deadpool.[25]

Norman Osborn (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational Spider-Man Vol 2 32 001.jpg
Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #32

Green Goblin was one of Spider-Man's enemies who wanted Mary Jane Watson dead.[29]

Norman Osborn (Earth-Unknown) from Contest of Champions Vol 1 10 001.jpg
Appearances: Contest of Champions #10

Green Goblin arrived on the planet Battleworld with the Sinister Six in search of ISO-Sphere fragments, but he was attacked by the Civil Warriors.[30]

Amazing Spider-Man Vol 4 32 Textless.jpg
Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 4) #32

Norman Osborn was in search of a way to free his Green Goblin personality, in the Temple With No Name Osborn learnt the mystic arts. When he had a vision where he saw a tiger, his masters decided that it was time for Norman to fight his personal demons, but Osborn said that only him decided which demons to fight, so he summoned Spider-Man and defeated him, than Norman transformed the hero into a spider and ate him; without limits,

Norman Osborn (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 4 32 001.jpg
Osborn came back to be Green Goblin and tried to kill his masters. At that point Norman Osborn understood that all of those events were an illusion created by the Emerald Oracle of Ikkon.[31]

Norman Osborn (Earth-Unknown) and Maybelle Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 70 001.jpg
Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #70

During a nightmare caused by the homonymous magic entity, Spider-Man dreamt a reality where Green Goblin married Aunt May.[32]

Norman Osborn (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 71 001.jpg
Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #71

During a nightmare caused by the homonymous magic entity, Spider-Man dreamt he was chased by many enemies, including Green Goblin.[33]

Groot

Groot (Earth-Unknown) from Unbelievable Gwenpool Vol 1 25 001.jpg Appearances: Unbelievable Gwenpool #25

In an alternate future, Groot was among the heroes who opposed an alliance between Magneto, Malekith the Accursed, and Ultron. After Gwenpool thwarted their nefarious plan, he and Rocket Raccoon congratulated her on her victory.[16]

No Image Male.jpg Mentions: Thanos (Vol. 2) #10

During a vision Thanos had while he was in the God Quarry where he was a member of the Avengers, Captain America reported to him that Groot and the other Cosmic Avengers had finished signing a peace treaty with Flivok-6 and were returning to their base on Titan.[34]

Groot (Earth-Unknown) from Infinity Countdown Adam Warlock Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
Appearances: Infinity Countdown: Adam Warlock #1

In an alternate reality Thanos caused the infinity end, killing all heroes in the process, including Groot.[9]

Growler

No Image Male.jpg Mentions: Spider-Man Annual (Vol. 3) #1

Growler 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 Heron Davis.[23]

Guardians of the Galaxy

Guardians of the Galaxy (Earth-Unknown) from Unbelievable Gwenpool Vol 1 25 001.jpg Appearances: Unbelievable Gwenpool #25

In an alternate future, the Guardians of the Galaxy were among the heroes who opposed an alliance between Magneto, Malekith the Accursed, and Ultron. After Gwenpool thwarted their nefarious plan, they congratulated her on her victory.[16]

Gwen Stacy

Gwendolyne Stacy

Gwendolyne Stacy (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Secret Love Vol 1 1 0001.jpg 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. Gwendolyne Stacy was present at the festivities on Asgard.[15]

Gwendolyne Stacy (Earth-Unknown) from Gwen Stacy Vol 1 1 001.jpg Appearances: Gwen Stacy #1

During childhood, Gwen Stacy would steal her father's NYPD badge and play cop. She harassed Fancy Dan and Ox about not having a permit for their lemonade stand until she realized their lemonade was actually lemon scented toilet cleaner. She then confiscated their faux lemonade, effectively closing their business.[21]

Gwendolyne Stacy (Earth-Unknown) from Gwen Stacy Vol 1 1 002.jpg Appearances: Gwen Stacy #1

Aliases: Captain Gwen-Merica

As a civilian, Gwen Stacy was a rhythm guitarist. As a superhero, she was Captain Gwen-Merica, a member of the A-Gwen-Gers.[21]

Gwendolyne Stacy (Earth-Unknown) from Gwen Stacy Vol 1 1 003.jpg Appearances: Gwen Stacy #1

Aliases: Hawk-Gwen

As a civilian, Gwen Stacy was a bass guitarist. As a superhero, she was Hawk-Gwen, a member of the A-Gwen-Gers.[21]

Gwendolyne Stacy (Earth-Unknown) from Gwen Stacy Vol 1 1 004.jpg Appearances: Gwen Stacy #1

Aliases: In-Gwen-Ible Hulk

As a civilian, Gwen Stacy was a lead singer. As a superhero, she was In-Gwen-Ible Hulk, a member of the A-Gwen-Gers.[21]

Gwendolyne Stacy (Earth-Unknown) from Gwen Stacy Vol 1 1 005.jpg Appearances: Gwen Stacy #1

Aliases: Iron Gwen

As a civilian, Gwen Stacy played the keyboard. As a superhero, she was Iron Gwen, a member of the A-Gwen-Gers.[21]

Gwendolyne Stacy (Earth-Unknown) from Gwen Stacy Vol 1 1 006.jpg Appearances: Gwen Stacy #1

Aliases: Gwen: Goddess of Thunder

As a civilian, Gwen Stacy was a lead guitarist. As a superhero, she was Gwen: Goddess of Thunder, a member of the A-Gwen-Gers.[21]

Gwendolyne Stacy (Earth-Unknown) from Gwen Stacy Vol 1 1 007.jpg Appearances: Gwen Stacy #1

Gwen Stacy was killed Norman Osborn on the Brooklyn Bridge. Years later, she was resurrected and had to become a cyborg to battle those infected by Osborn's Goblin Formula.[21]

Gwendolyne Stacy (Earth-Unknown) from Gwen Stacy Vol 1 1 008.jpg Appearances: Gwen Stacy #1

Gwen Stacy was trying on different combinations of outfits.[21]

Gwendolyne Stacy (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 21 001.jpg
Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #21

Gwen Stacy took the wedding rings to Spider-Man at his wedding to Mary Jane.[35]

Gwendolyne Stacy (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational Spider-Man Vol 2 32 001.jpg
Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #32

Aliases: Queen Gwendolyne

This roman queen-like Gwen Stacy was present with emperor Stark in his arena to see Mary Jane's choice between the man and the spider. She was waited by Norman Osborn on a bridge after that game.[29]

Gwendolyne Stacy (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 71 001.jpg
Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #71

During a nightmare caused by the homonymous magic entity, Spider-Man dreamt that Gwen Stacy and Liz Allan brought him to Mary Jane who wanted to kill him.[33]

Gwendolyn Stacy

Gwendolyn Stacy (Earth-Unknown) from Howard the Duck Vol 6 1 001.jpg Appearances: Howard the Duck (Vol. 6) #1

Aliases: Spider-Woman

In an alternate reality, Spider-Woman had horns/pointed ears and responded to a Spider-Signal pointed to the sky. She was briefly seen when the Wizard of the Prime Marvel Universe opened a window into his reality via the Nexus of All Realities.[36]

Note: This was a reference to Batman.

Gwendolyn Stacy (Earth-Unknown) from Unbelievable Gwenpool Vol 1 25 001.jpg Appearances: Unbelievable Gwenpool #25

Aliases: Spider-Woman

One Halloween, Spider-Woman travelled to Green Goblin's reality and witnessed his defeat at the hands of Gwenpool. Poole almost fell to her death, but she was saved by Stacy. The Gwens then met up with Miles Morales, Peter Parker, and Silk to eat pizza and people watch the trick-or-treaters.[16]

Gwendolyn Stacy (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Man Annual Vol 3 1 001.jpg Appearances: Spider-Man Annual (Vol. 3) #1

Aliases: Spider-Woman

Spider-Woman 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 Gwen Stacy.[23]

Gwendolyn Stacy (Earth-Unknown) from Gwen Stacy Vol 1 1 001.jpg Appearances: Gwen Stacy #1

Aliases: Spider-Gwen

As a civilian, Gwen Stacy was a drummer. As a superhero, Spider-Gwen was a member of the A-Gwen-Gers.[21]

Gwendolyne Stacy (Clone)

Gwendolyne Stacy (Clone) (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Age Vol 1 3 0001.jpg Appearances: Marvel Age #3

The Gwen Stacy clone at some point moved to California and became a nun. She continued to age rapidly and began to appear in her 60's. The convent she was at began to experience a series of robberies and contacted Spider-Man for help. He stopped the burglaries and revealed her true identity to him.[37]

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Gwenpool

Gwendolyn Poole (Earth-Unknown) from Unbelievable Gwenpool Vol 1 25 001.jpg Appearances: Unbelievable Gwenpool #24, Unbelievable Gwenpool #25

Decades into an alternate future, Gwen had barely aged due to the sliding timescale and being a main character, and visited at a hospital an elderly fan of hers who once had been younger than Gwen but aged naturally due to being a background character. With only two pages left, Gwen jumped back into the Gutter Space to travel to the past, and thanked the reader. She then visited her Earth-TRN565 counterpart when she was lamenting the her series' end.

Future Gwenpool explained her younger self her adventures will live on even after their end, and that the impact she made in fans will most certainly allow for her return one day. Gwen's future self also explained that renouncing a long-lived future for the sake of characters she once disregarded due to not being real made her a hero, and that would also ensure a future for her. Future Gwen encouraged her past self to use her abilities to exploit the medium one last time.[16]

Gwenpool (Skrull)

Gwendolyn Poole (Skrull) (Earth-Unknown) from Unbelievable Gwenpool Vol 1 25 001.jpg Appearances: Unbelievable Gwenpool #25

In an alternate future, a skrull impersonating Gwenpool fought in the Skrull War of 20XX. She was defeated by her human doppelganger.[16]

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