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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

T-Ray

T-Ray (Earth-Unknown) from Deadpool The End Vol 1 1 001.jpg Appearances: Deadpool: The End #1

T-Ray defeated Deadpool and forced him to "admit" he was the real Wade Wilson.[1]

Tarantula

Anton Miguel Rodriquez

Anton Miguel Rodriquez (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational Spider-Man Vol 2 32 001.jpg
Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #32

Tarantula was one of Spider-Man's enemies who wanted Mary Jane Watson dead.[2]

Taskmaster

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

Taskmaster was one of the villains killed by Deadpool.[3]

Teresa Parker

Teresa Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 36 0001.jpg Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #36

Teresa was killed in an explosion in a reality watched by Spider-Man in which he tries to defeat Doctor Doom.[4]

Terror-Saur

Terror-Saur (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales II Vol 1 3 001.jpg Appearances: Strange Tales II #3

Terror-Saur was a terrorist who had been genetically spliced with the DNA of a velociraptor and carried a nuclear warhead on his back. The US Agent was commissioned by the CIA to eliminate it by offering him a fee of 5 million dollars. US Agent accepted and went to Terrorstan where he faced Terror-Saur and killed him after beating him up.[5]

Thanos

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

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, knocking them out, including Thanos.[6]

Thanos (Earth-Unknown) from Deadpool Vol 4 15 0001.jpg Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #15

Thanos brought Deadpool with him on a cruise he was taking to find love. He ultimately managed to attract Death, who worked as the ship's greeter. This reality was briefly experienced by Deadpool of the Prime Marvel Universe when a cruise ship doctor gave him powerful medications.[7]

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

Thanos was murdered by Skaar. He was briefly seen by an unnamed Rigellian Recorder after it entered a rift into the Prime Marvel Universe.[8]

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

Thanos was one of the combatants in the first Secret Roar. He was seen battling Thor Dissatisfied with the war they had created, the supervising Celestial destroyed their Battlerealm and all its inhabitants, including Thanos.[9]

Notes: This character is never identified by name, thus the article assumes that he shares name and secret identity with his Earth-616 counterpart - even if most Larval Earth characters have some kind of animal-based pun in their names.

No Image Male.jpg Mentions: Deadpool: The End #1

In a reality that diverted from Earth-94535, Death fell out of love with Deadpool and began seeing Thanos again.[1]

Thanos (Earth-Unknown) from Nova Vol 7 1 001.jpg
Appearances: Nova (Vol. 7) #1

Thanos attacked Nova's school with several villains to ask for an appointment with Lina. He was defeated by Nova.[10]

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

Thanos was fighting Avengers, when Deadpool arrived and killed him.[3]

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.[11]

Thanos (Earth-Unknown) and Loki Laufeyson (Ikol) (Earth-Unknown) from Wolverine Infinity Watch Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
Appearances: Wolverine: Infinity Watch #1

In an alternate reality Thanos was killed by Loki.[12]

Thing

Benjamin Grimm (Earth-Unknown) from Crazy Magazine Vol 1 28 0001.jpg Appearances: Crazy Magazine #28

The Thing attended the 1st Annual duly authorized Superhero convention where he watched Mister Fantastic attempt to stick a "Tear Along Dotted Line" sign onto Sue Storm.[13]

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

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 knocked them out, including Thing.[6]

Benjamin Grimm (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0002.jpg Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

Aliases: Li'l Thing

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. However, he turned out no to be dead and attempted to pitch the new version of She-Hulk he wanted to write, which instead followed Li'l She-Hulk a child version of herself. Here Thing was seen fighting Xemnu.[6]

Benjamin Grimm (Earth-Unknown) from Bug Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Bug #1

Ben Grimm and the rest of the Fantastic Four were bombarded by Gamma Radiation instead of Cosmic Radiation. This reality formed when Annihilus (Earth-77640) attempted to conquer the space-time continuum.[14]

Benjamin Grimm (Earth-Unknown) from Exiles Vol 2 6 0001.jpg Appearances: Exiles (Vol. 2) #6

Thing was a member of an alternate team of Exiles who was seen by the Exiles when they visited the Panoptichron.[15]

Benjamin Grimm (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 2 0001.jpg Appearances: Strange Tales (Vol. 5) #2

This version of The Thing helped his girlfriend Alicia Masters attempt to sell and display her sculptures in a gallery when her father wanted her to get a job. Later, when she got a job as a cake decorator one of her customers wanted a cake of the Thing which he had to tell her she had made him green on the cake.[16]

Benjamin Grimm (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Giant-Size Adventures Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Fantastic Four Giant-Size Adventures #1

Aliases: Thing-Thing

Thing-Thing was tracking down some blue cheese alongside Drifty when they ended up on Yancy Street. Drifty was chased by a local dog and Thing-Thing chased the pair and watched as Drifty was kidnapped before it began raining blue cheese.[17]

Benjamin Grimm (Earth-Unknown) from Fear Itself Fearsome Four Vol 1 2 0001.jpg Appearances: Fear Itself: Fearsome Four #2

This version of The Thing was captured and brainwashed into working for Psycho Man's fear army and along with other members of the army was tasked with capturing Man-Thing. The only member of the army shown on Earth-616 was Frankenstein's Monster so the whereabouts and fate of the Thing are unknown.[18]

Benjamin Grimm (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 1 001.jpg Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 3) #1

The Thing was among the individuals that knew that Peter Parker was Spider-Man.[19]

Benjamin Grimm (Earth-Unknown) from X-Men Blue Vol 1 29 0001.jpg Appearances: X-Men: Blue #29

Thing was one of many killed during the Poisons' invasion of their reality.[20]

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

The Thing was one of the combatants in the first Secret Roar. He was seen battling Hulk Bunny and later Mooster Fantastic. Dissatisfied with the war they had created, the supervising celestial destroyed their battlerealm and all its inhabitants, including Ben Grimm.[9]

Benjamin Grimm (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 36 0001.jpg Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #36

In a reality viewed by Spider-Man, the Thing was among the coalition of heroes who attempted to oppose a vindictive [[Victor von Doom (Earth-Unknown)|Dr. Doom],] but with a negative outcome.[4]

Benjamin Grimm (Earth-Unknown) from Hulk Vol 3 9 001.jpg
Appearances: Hulk (Vol. 3) #9

Thing was killed by Maestro.[21]

Benjamin Grimm (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Knights Hulk Vol 1 4 001.jpg
Appearances: Marvel Knights: Hulk #4

When Hulk went out of control, Thing was one of the heroes killed by him.[22]

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

Thing was present at Spider-Man's wedding, but he was captured by Spidey's enemies.[23]

Benjamin Grimm (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 7 001.jpg
Appearances: Fantastic Four #7

In this reality all humans hunted the Fantastic Four because of Kurrgo's ray; Thing was imprisoned in an electric prison, where his strength couldn't help him.[24]

Benjamin Grimm (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 8 001.jpg
Appearances: Fantastic Four #8

In this reality Thing was a servant of Puppet Master who became king of the world thanks to his puppets.[25]

This reality was imagined by the Puppet Master of Earth-616.

Benjamin Grimm (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 2 001.jpg
Appearances: Strange Tales (Vol. 5) #2

When Thing and Human Torch decided to grow mustaches (with Thing growing sage mustaches), Invisible Woman was angry because she didn't like them. Later, Plantman attacked a golf course, Fantastic Four intervened and the villain used his powers to control Thing's mustaches, so Invisible Woman suggested to Human Torch to burn them; an angry Thing defeated Plantman. After these events, Invisible Woman gave a razor to the Thing who used it to cut Human Torch's mustaches. At the end, Thing began to grow herb hair.[16]

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

Thing was one of the various heroes killed by Sentry and Hulk.[26]

Benjamin Grimm (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 15 001.jpg
Appearances: Fantastic Four #15

In this reality Thing defeated Mad Thinker, king of New York City.[27]

Benjamin Grimm (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 12 001.jpg
Appearances: Fantastic Four #12

In this reality Thing defeated Hulk.[28]

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

In this reality Thing was killed by Galactus.[29]

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

Thing was one of little Black Bolt new teachers who reproached him for being late for school, but when he tried to justify himself, his voice destroyed the school.[30]

Benjamin Grimm (Earth-Unknown) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 355 001.jpg
Appearances: Incredible Hulk #355

Glorian showed to Mr. Fixit a reality where Thing and other superheroes worked for him.[31]

Thor

Thor Odinson

Thor Odinson (Earth-Unknown) from Crazy Magazine Vol 1 22 0001.jpg Appearances: Crazy Magazine #22

Aliases: Bore

Due to the economic down-turn, Bore became a weatherman to predict the rain, though he didn't seem very good at it.[32]

Thor Odinson (Earth-Unknown) from Crazy Magazine Vol 1 28 0001.jpg Appearances: Crazy Magazine #28

Thor attended the 1st Annual duly authorized Superhero convention where Iron Man had Thor use Mjolnir as a back scratcher on him.[13]

Thor Odinson (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0002.jpg Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

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 knocked them out, including Thor.[6]

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

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 written by a British writer which saw this Thor as a superhero in an amalgam British/USA country.[6]

Thor Odinson (Earth-Unknown) from Bug Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Bug #1

Thor found a dying Green Lantern (Abin Sur) in the cave instead of the walking stick. This reality formed when Annihilus (Earth-77640) attempted to conquer the space-time continuum.[14]

Thor Odinson (Earth-Unknown) from Young Avengers Vol 2 8 0001.png Appearances: Young Avengers (Vol. 2) #8

During their trip through the Multiverse in order to find and bring back Speed, the Young Avengers visited a world where they only found Loki, Thor, and other Asgardians in skeletal states.[33]

Thor Odinson (Earth-Unknown) from Longshot Saves the Marvel Universe Vol 1 3 0001.png Appearances: Longshot Saves the Marvel Universe #3

When Otto Octavius was outed as Spider-Man, Thor stood against him.[34]

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

Spider-Man told The Readers that his strength rivaled Thor's; however, Hulk interjected to argue he was stronger than them both.[19]

Thor Odinson (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.[35]

Thor Odinson (Earth-Unknown) from I am Groot Vol 1 4 0001.jpg Appearances: I Am Groot #4

This version of Thor was imprisoned for an extended period of time in The Caretaker's Labyrinth on Terminal. He when was forced to lift his hammer every day which severely weakened him; when Groot discovered him, Thor asked Groot to take the hammer from him.[36]

Thor Odinson (Earth-Unknown) from X-Men Blue Vol 1 29 0001.jpg Appearances: X-Men: Blue #29

Thor was one of many killed during the Poisons' invasion of their reality.[20]

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

Thor was one of the combatants in the first Secret Roar. He was seen battling an anamorphic Thanos. Dissatisfied with the war they had created, the supervising Celestial destroyed their Battlerealm and all its inhabitants, including Thor Odinson.[9]

Thor Odinson (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 36 0001.jpg Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #36

In a reality viewed by Spider-Man, Thor was among the coalition of heroes who attempted to oppose a vindictive Dr. Doom but with a negative outcome.[4]

Thor Odinson (Earth-Unknown) from Deadpool The End Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Deadpool: The End #1

In an alternate future, Thor was an Avengers member alongside the couple Captain Marvel and Deadpool.[1]

Thor Odinson (Earth-Unknown) from Deadpool The End Vol 1 1 002.jpg Appearances: Deadpool: The End #1

In an alternate future, all the world's superheroes became nihilists. In Thor's case, Odinson stumbled into an existential crisis.[1]

Thor Odinson (Earth-Unknown) from Totally Awesome Hulk Vol 1 1.MU 001.jpg
Appearances: Totally Awesome Hulk #1.MU

Thor was killed by an out of control Hulk.[37]

Thor Odinson (Earth-Unknown) from Hulk Vol 3 9 001.jpg
Appearances: Hulk (Vol. 3) #9

Thor was killed with Mjolnir by Maestro.[21]

Thor Odinson (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Knights Hulk Vol 1 4 001.jpg
Appearances: Marvel Knights: Hulk #4

When Hulk went out of control, Thor was one of the heroes killed by him.[22]

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

Thor was present at Spider-Man's wedding, but he was captured by Spidey's enemies.[23]

Thor Odinson (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 Thor.[11]

Thor Odinson (Earth-Unknown) from Thor Annual Vol 5 1 001.jpg Appearances: Thor Annual (Vol. 5) #1

The Thor of this reality was poisoned by the intervention of Valg. After a fight with Loki that ended in his death, Thor was defeated by the Mangog. This caused Odin to banish Thor and eventually became unworthy. Thor ended up in Mephisto's realm and eventually formed a relationship with Hela, becoming her champion and escaping the underworld. Leading the army of the dead, Dark Elves, Frost Giants, and other creatures, Thor destroyed Asgard alongside heroes from Midgard and became to be known as Thor Bor-Kin. Thor was transported by Valg to Earth-616 to fight All-Father Thor, however he was easily defeated by the All-Father and was sent back to his reality to have a fresh start.[38]

No Image Male.jpg Appearances: Marvel's M.O.D.O.K. Season 1 10 (Behind the Scenes)

In an alternate future of Earth-1226, M.O.D.O.K. attacked Avengers tower, causing Thor to kill him with Mjolnir.[39]

Thor Odinson (Earth-Unknown) from Loki (TV series) Season 1 5 001.png Appearances: Loki S1E05

A variant of Thor from the sacred timeline who was turned into a frog form at the time was designated as "T365" by the Time Variance Authority and pruned, ending up in the Void while trapped in a jar.[40]

Thor Odinson (Earth-Unknown) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 355 001.jpg
Appearances: Incredible Hulk #355

Glorian showed to Mr. Fixit a reality where Thor and other superheroes worked for him.[31]

Thorse

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

Thorse was once ridden by Throg.[9]

Throg

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

Throg once rode Thorse.[9]

Thunderbolt Ross

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

General Ross assigned both Bruce Banner and Deana Mocule to develop psychiatric pharmaceuticals for the military.[41]

Thaddeus Ross (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel's Avengers Assemble Season 4 9 001.jpg Appearances: The Once and Future Kang

Aliases: Red Hulk

Red Hulk helped Vision and Wasp overthrow Kang [42]

Thaddeus 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, General Ross was able to dedicate his life to pursuing political office and eventually was elected President of the United States.[43]

Thaddeus Ross (Earth-Unknown) from Hulk Vol 3 11.jpg
Appearances: Hulk (Vol. 3) #11

Aliases: Red Hulk

Red Hulk killed Hulk.[44]

Thundra

Thundra (Earth-Unknown) from She-Hulk Vol 2 3 0001.jpg Appearances: She-Hulk (Vol. 2) #3

Thundra was among the characters called up by a time projection by Justice Love to show that even without She-Hulk's intervention another super-powerful character could solve the situation involving criminals with super powers.[45]

Tiamut

Tiamut (Earth-Unknown) from Eternals (film) 001.jpg Appearances: Eternals

Tiamut's birth destroyed the Earth. This reality was shown to Sersi by Arishem.[46]

Tier Sinclair

Tier Sinclair (Earth-Unknown) from X-Factor Vol 1 214 001.jpg Appearances: X-Factor #214

While wandering in the Nevada desert, Darwin ran into Tier and his Sirrush in an abandoned movie set/western ghost town populated by people dressed in Western movie-style garb and claiming to be trapped there by Tier. Tier explained that he was The Beast of the Earth that would usher in the Apocalypse.[47]

After a standoff where Tier shot Darwin several times, Tier claimed to be the son of Rahne Sinclair. Darwin next woke up unharmed in the desert just as it began to rain.[47]

This character is assumed to be some kind of dream/illusion/future prediction from consuming some unknown desert cactus and is what drove Darwin to begin hunting the Tier of the mainstream universe.

Tigra

Greer Grant (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Adventures The Avengers Vol 1 36 002.jpg Appearances: Marvel Adventures The Avengers #36

In this reality imagined by Tigra herself, Brank the Genie granted her wish to become queen, so she became the Queen of a myriad of mice.[48]

Greer Grant (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Adventures The Avengers Vol 1 36 001.jpg Appearances: Marvel Adventures The Avengers #36

In this reality imagined by Tigra herself, Brank the Genie granted her the desire to become stronger than the Hulk.[48]

Greer Grant (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Adventures The Avengers Vol 1 36 003.jpg Appearances: Marvel Adventures The Avengers #36

In this reality imagined by Tigra herself, Brank the Genie granted her wish to become loved by everyone to the point that everyone quarreled to be the one who loved her most.[48]

Greer Grant (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Adventures The Avengers Vol 1 36 0001.jpg Appearances: Marvel Adventures The Avengers #36

In this reality imagined by Tigra herself, Brank the Genie granted her the power of flight but she could no longer touch the ground.[48]

Greer Grant (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Giant-Size Adventures Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Fantastic Four Giant-Size Adventures #1

Aliases: Tigra Twins

The Tigra Twins were on Yancy Street when Thing-Thing watched as his pet Drifty was being kidnapped and questioned him on his use of the word kidnapped for a pet before it began raining blue cheese.[17]

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

Aliases: Truly Nelson

In this reality Tigra became an exterminator, she exterminated common mice and insects, including giant rats and bugs.[3]

Tim Boo Ba

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

Tim Boo Ba was one of the many monsters that the Hulk battled when he fought several giant monsters. These exploits were read to Goom as fairy tales.[49]

Tim Castle

Tim Castle (Earth-Unknown) from Punisher Painkiller Jane Vol 1 1 001.jpg Appearances: Punisher/Painkiller Jane #1

Tim Castle was one of three children of Painkiller Jane and Punisher. He "punished" his school's bully, Johnny Parker.

This reality was dreamed-up by the Painkiller Jane of Earth-7642.[50]

Time Variance Authority

Time Variance Authority (Earth-Unknown) from Loki (TV series) Season 1 6.png Appearances: Loki S1E06

After being ejected from the Citadel at the End of Time by Sylvie, Loki Variant L1130 ended up in an alternate version of the TVA from the one he knew, where the statues of Time-Keepers were replaced with that of Kang and neither Mobius nor Hunter B-15 recognized who he was.[51]

Titania

Mary MacPherran (Earth-Unknown) from She-Hulk Vol 1 10 001.jpg Appearances: She-Hulk #10

Aliases: "Giant-Woman"

Mary MacPherran gained the powers of Giant Man, and used them attack Vanessa Ashwood. This reality was imagined by a teen-aged Mary MacPherran [52]

Mary MacPherran (Earth-Unknown) from She-Hulk Vol 1 10 002.jpg Appearances: She-Hulk #10

Aliases: "She-Hulk"

Mary MacPherran gained the powers of She-Hulk, and used them attack Vanessa Ashwood. This reality was imagined by a teen-aged Mary MacPherran [52]

Mary MacPherran (Earth-Unknown) from She-Hulk Vol 1 10 003.jpg Appearances: She-Hulk #10

Aliases: "Human Torch"

Mary MacPherran gained the powers of She-Hulk, and used them attack Vanessa Ashwood. This reality was imagined by a teen-aged Mary MacPherran [52]

No Image Female.jpg Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Titania was married to Colossus for a period of time.[53]

Toad

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

Toad 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.[54]

Mortimer Toynbee (Earth-Unknown) from X-Men No More Humans Vol 1 1 001.png Appearances: X-Men: No More Humans #1

This version of Toad 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 he faced off against the X-Men but was knocked out early in the battle.[55]

Tom Brevoort

Tom Brevoort (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Too Vol 1 1 001.jpg Appearances: Secret Wars Too #1

Tom Brevoort was present during Jonathan Hickman's Secret Wars pitch. Later that day, Jonathan confessed to Tom and Axel Alonso that he didn't have an ending. While they had faith him, they made it clear he would have to do Secret Wars Too #1 and would be let go should his story be considered a failure. Hickman's employment at Marvel ended in 2015.[56]

Tom Thumb

Thomas Thompson (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Vol 3 47 0001.jpg Appearances: Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #47

This version of Tom Thumb was brought to Earth-616 by the arrival of Abraxas.[57]

Toni Ho

Toni Ho (Earth-Unknown) from Future Foundation Vol 1 3 001.jpg Appearances: Future Foundation #3

Aliases: Iron Patriot

Toni Ho was the girlfriend of Rikki Barnes. During a visit to Reed Richards' lab, she was killed by The Maker.[58]

Trapster

No Image Male.jpg Mentions: Secret Wars Too #1

Aliases: Paste Pot Pete

When Black Panther said villains were more dignified back in his day, Hulk laughed, citing Paste Pot Pete.[56]

Triton

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

This version of Triton 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.

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

Triton was one of little Black Bolt's classmates. Blackagar was late, but when he tried to justify himself, his voice destroyed the school.[30]

Turkey Man

Turkey Man (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel's M.O.D.O.K. Season 1 10 001.png Appearances: Marvel's M.O.D.O.K. Season 1 10

In an alternate future of Earth-1226, Turkey Man ambushed M.O.D.O.K. while he was getting ice cream. In the resulting confrontation, M.O.D.O.K. and the Turkey Man killed each other. [39]

Two-Gun Kid

Matthew Hawk (Earth-Unknown) from Bug Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Bug #1

Aliases: One-Gun Kid

Matthew Hawk permanently lost one of his guns and became the One-Gun Kid. This reality formed when Annihilus (Earth-77640) attempted to conquer the space-time continuum.[14]

Typhoid Mary

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

Typhoid Mary was infected and become a Zombie at an unknown point in time. Her reality was visited by Miles Morales & Gwendolyn Stacy when the Dimensional Travel Watch broke and they were being pulled through different realities. Typhoid Mary and the group of Zombies tried to attack and eat the pair but they were pulled away to a different reality.[59]

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

Tyrannosaurus Mech

No Image Available At All.png Appearances: Prowler (Vol. 2) #6

Tyrannosaurus Mech was a member of the Avengers. They and the rest of the team defeated Red Skull and were comerated by the mayor of New York City.[60]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Deadpool: The End #1
  2. Sensational Spider-Man Vol 2 #32
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Marvel Comics #1001
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #36
  5. Strange Tales II #3
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  19. 19.0 19.1 Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #1
  20. 20.0 20.1 X-Men: Blue #29
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