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Fagan (Earth-616) from Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 212 001 Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #212

Mr. Fagan was a hospital ward at Ryan Mental Hospital killed by the Master of Vengeance.[1]


Fairfield (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 3 14 001 Appearances: Avengers (Vol. 3) #14

Congresswoman Fairfield reported to Captain America Lord Templar's appearance in Washington, D.C. They briefly discussed repercussions of Templar's statements at the time and the media's reaction before Cap was called away by an appearance by Pagan in New York.[2]


Faith (Earth-616) from Silver Surfer Vol 3 125 001 Appearances: Silver Surfer (Vol. 3) #125

Faith came home one night to find her father beating her mother. She tried to stop him, ending with her accidentally killing him. She was placed in an institute, but escaped on New Year's Eve. The police found her and began to shoot at her, but Silver Surfer came to her rescue, believing her to be in danger. He asked where would be a safe place to take her, to which she made him take her to the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. She revealed the truth to him, but asked him to take her to see her mother, whom she had not seen since her arrest. Surfer agreed, but only if she'd turn herself in afterwards. Surfer waited outside, but overheard Faith's mother say how much she missed Faith. In the end, Surfer flew off, choosing to leave Faith with her mother rather than turn her in.[3]


Falco (Earth-616) from New Mutants 1 9 0001 Appearances: New Mutants #9

Falco was a gladiator who battled in Nova Roma's Julian Circus. He and his colleague, Rogier, battled against Samuel Guthrie and Roberto Da Costa in the gladiatorial ring.[4]


Falcone (Earth-616) from Power Pack Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Power Pack #5

Falcone was a government employee who was helping Douglas Carmody hunt down the Power Pack who had destroyed his Matter/Antimatter Converter and who he assumed were mutants. Falcone was explaining what was happening to James Power and that he thought Carmody was a lunatic but admitted something strange was definitely going on.[5]


Faline (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 90 001 Appearances: Spider-Man #90

Faline was Cara's cat.[6]


Farisa from Decimation House of M - The Day After Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Decimation: House of M - The Day After #1

Farisa was employed at MI-13. In the aftermath of M-Day, Farisa went to Pete Wisdom telling him that he had a meeting in which he had to inform the director of the MI13, the prime minister and finally Buckingham Palace of the situation. She also told him that he had to find Captain Britain as the country needed him.[7]


Farley (Earth-616) from Monsters Unleashed Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Monsters Unleashed #5

Farley decided to go hunting in the swamp.[8]


Colonel Farnam (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 252 0001 Appearances: Avengers #252, Avengers #253

Colonel Farnam was a U.S. Army colonel that was overseeing the coloration of an uncovered former base of Thanos in the Arizona desert. The Avengers were being escorted by the colonel as part of their oversight of the exploration when a portal was accidentally triggered by unsuspecting scientists. Starfox tried to stop the device despite Farnam's protestations but the Blood Brothers were able to enter from the portal.[9]


Farouk (Earth-616) from New Mutants Vol 4 14 0001 Appearances: New Mutants (Vol. 4)

Amahl Farouk's father was a 16th century Egyptian merchant. He was very proud of his son and of the gifts he protected the market with, but Farouk's father died of the plague when he was still young leaving him alone and at the mercy of the Shadow King.[10]


Colonel Faroun (Earth-616) from Man Comics Vol 1 26 0001 Appearances: Man Comics #26

Colonel Faroun attempted a coup in Idnshar by kidnapping King Iba-Taub, not imagining instead that he kidnapped Bob Brant, who looked very much like Iba-Taub. The real king together with Bob's friends freed him and defeated the rebellion, while Faroun attempted to escape on his private plane but was confronted by Bob and during the scuffle Faroun fell from the plane in flight going towards his death.[11]


Farshad (Earth-616) from Battle Scars Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Battle Scars #1

Farshad, an Afghan soldier, in full panic following the crisis due to the assault of the Serpent, shot a Pashtun peasant boy who was stopped by the soldiers, shouting that he was a suicide bomber and shot him dead.[12]


Faulkner (Earth-616) from Emma Frost Vol 1 9 0001 Appearances: Emma Frost #9

Mrs. Faulkner was the manager of the Royal Riverboat Casino that discovered, thanks to the cameras, Emma Frost's attempt to defraud the casino by mentally believing that they had made a big win and were about to collect it when they were caught and as such the manager first fired the cashier for complicity even though she was actually innocent and thus kicking Emma and Troy Killlkelly out of the casino.[13]


Fawkes (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 3 32 001 Appearances: Avengers (Vol. 3) #32, Avengers (Vol. 3) #33

One of the robotic members of Madame Masque's Inner Guard. It was destroyed in a battle between the Avengers and Count Nefaria.[14]


Fedders (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 183 0001 Appearances: Iron Man #183

Fedders was a scientist who assisted Cornelius Van Lunt and was working in his lab when attacked by the LMD Taurus. Fedders led Iron Man to Van Lunt's hiding place during a subsequent attack by Taurus.[15]


Fede (Earth-616) from Marvel's Voices Pride Vol 2 1 001 Appearances: Marvel's Voices: Pride (Vol. 2) #1

Fede was an ex of Loki, who along with other exes decided to take revenge on him not believing he had reformed into the God of Stories. Loki used this opportunity to re-meet his teammates in the Young Avengers.[16]


Feduniwicz (Earth-616) from New Mutants Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: New Mutants #1

Feduniwicz was an agent in the government organization Project Wideawake. He was monitoring the movements of the New Mutants at Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters.[17]


Feinman (Earth-616) from Hulk Vol 2 31 0001 Appearances: Hulk (Vol. 2) #31

Jacob Feinman's brother refused to contribute hospital costs for the healing of his brother.[18]


Felden (Earth-616) from 4 Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: 4 #2

Mr. Felden was a landlord from Staten Island who met the Fantastic Four while they were looking for a new home.[19]


Felicia (Earth-616) from Emma Frost Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Emma Frost #2

Felicia was the waitress of the Frost family whom Winston Frost fired, blaming her for Emma's illness at school for which she claimed it was due to not having breakfast and that it would be Felicia's duty to ensure that her children ate breakfast.[20]


Felicity (Earth-616) from Ka-Zar Vol 4 1 0001 Appearances: Ka-Zar (Vol. 4) #1, Ka-Zar (Vol. 4) #2, Ka-Zar (Vol. 4) #3, Ka-Zar (Vol. 4) #4

Felicity was a researcher studying dinosaurs in Savage Land. She introduced Charlie Moon to Ka-Zar to alarm him at trying to make Savage Sand a territory open to exploitation by multinational corporations.[21]
Felicity accompanied Charlie Moon to persuade the Savage Land tribes to strike a favorable deal with foreign companies that wanted to exploit their lands.[22]
Felicity, after the Roxxon "Pangean Horizon" oil rig accident, is concerned about the preservation of the nest of super-giant turtles rather than helping populations in need.[23]
Seeing only Roxxon's intervention in healing the Tubanti tribe, Felicity wonders if this is a fortuitous opportunity or if it was all calculated and asks Shanna if by chance Torran is right.[24]


Felix (Queens) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 20 001 Appearances: Iron Man #20

Felix witnessed Iron Man fighting against Charles Gray when he was possessed by Lucifer.[25]

Felix (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 224 001 Appearances: Avengers #224

Felix was Tony Stark's personal chef who worked out in his Midtown Manhattan duplex overlooking the East River. When Tony went to the apartment, Felix made him a Mexican dish to celebrate his visit.[26]

Felix (Lenz) (Earth-616) from ClanDestine Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: ClanDestine #4

Felix was one of the human beings infected by Lenz, whose cellular decay was advanced by Cuckoo's attack, to the point of death.[27]

Felix (Rojas) (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 3 9 001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 3) #9

An henchman of Angelica Rojas, Felix confronted Logan at the gate of Rojas' mansion.[28]

Felix (Father) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 4 1.1 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 4) #1.1

Father Felix held Julio Rodriguez.[29]


Fenley (Earth-616) from Astonishing Vol 1 63 001 Appearances: Astonishing #63

Mrs. Fenley was the ghost owner of a boarding house, where Lester Barnett attempted to marry a wealth resident. After he tried to kill George Roberts Lester learnt about them all being ghosts.[30]


Fenster (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 11 001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #11, Wolverine (Vol. 2) #12

Judge Fenster held court in Burt Corrigan's mental insanity case.[31]
When the hearing was swarmed by a horde of vampires, Fenster called the authorities to get them to help.[32]


Fenton (Los Angeles) (Earth-616) from Giant-Size X-Statix Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Giant-Size X-Statix #1

Fenton was the significant other of X-Statix member Myles Alfred who encouraged him to become Vivisector again in order to increase his book sales.[33]


Ferdinand (Earth-616) from Havok and Wolverine Meltdown Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Havok and Wolverine Meltdown #2

Ferdinand was a taco stand owner who was interrogated by Logan.[34]


Ferguson (Earth-616) from Silk Vol 4 2 001 Appearances: Silk (Vol. 4) #2, Silk (Vol. 4) #4, Silk (Vol. 4) #4

During the interview following the disappearance of the artifacts relating to the Korean witch of the 15th century, Dr. Ferguson told Cindy Moon the history and legend of the manyeo, and the frustration at the exhibit he had set up on her.[35]
Silk tried to contact Dr. Ferguson after she became old because of the Manyeo. He contacted her from the museum telling her that the Manyeo was there at that moment and was getting ready to perform a ritual, Silk joined him at the museum along with J. Jonah Jameson, but did not have time to warn Dr. Ferguson to escape from there and he was apparently killed by the Manyeo.[36]
After Silk's defeat of the Manyeo, Dr. Ferguson was revealed to be still alive although extremely confused about what had happened to him.[37]


Fernandez (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Special Edition Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Spider-Man Special Edition #1

Fernandez was a Guardsman serving at the Vault. He had to rush to Eddie Brock's cell with a sonic weapon following an alarm that had gone off but upon arriving at the cell he found Eddie in full crisis and the alien Symbiote apparently dead.[38]

Fernandez (Earth-616) from Elektra The Hand Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Elektra: The Hand #4

A friend of Martinez-San, Señor Fernandez was killed by Eliza Martinez in the autumn of 1592.[39]


Fernando (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 2 2 001 Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 2) #2

Fernando was one of the guards at Buktir Van Tranh's estate, who was ordered to hand his gun to Frank Castle, so that Castle could kill Señor Valencia and prove his loyalty. However, Castle killed Fernando instead.[40]

No Image Male Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 2) #91

Fernando was a soldier under the orders of General Hector Carranza, protecting the barraca west around the prison compund of Sierra Angeles where he was supposedly held. Punisher killed him. When Bene reported the loss to Carranza, the General did not recognize Fernando's name.[41]

Fernando (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 577 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #577

Fernando was a successful USA-based smuggler who transported Moses Magnum's Gamma-irradiated Mutant Growth Hormone to New York City, to deliver it to Magnum's agent Carlo. The MGH was hidden in a specially-designed case that Carlo immediately cuffed to his wrist. Fernando, wanting his reputation to be upheld, suggested that Carlo checked that the case had not been manipulated; Carlo replied that the case had been designed by Magnum himself and, if anyone unauthorised tried to open it, that person would surely lose their limbs. Their meeting was interrupted by the Punisher, who was tracking Magnum's MGH. The Punisher murdered Fernando and several other criminals, and took Carlo away.


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Ferol (Earth-616)
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Ferol (Earth-616) from Conan the Barbarian Vol 1 273 001

Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #273

Ferol was Yatha's right hand, who was slain by Conan during his one-man raid on the warehouse.[42]


Ferranti (Earth-616) from Ms. Marvel Vol 1 9 001 Appearances: Ms. Marvel #9

Ferranti was part of the Air Force and was stationed at them same base as Carol Danvers and Michael Rossi. He took pictures once when Danvers and Rossi kissed.[43]


Ferret (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 107 001 Appearances: Captain America #107

Ferret was Doctor Faustus' assistant. Replacing the bellboy of the building where Captain America lived, Ferret handed him the nightmares tablet given to him by Dr. Faustus pretending that they were the prescriptions that the psychiatrist gave him to counter his nightmares.[44]


Fife (Earth-616) from United States of Captain America Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: United States of Captain America #2

Fife was a Deputy Sheriff in Harrisburg and was guarding Nichelle Wright's cell when Captain America and Sam Wilson visited her and being opposed to Nichelle's arrest he allowed the two heroes to question her.[45]


Filbert (Earth-616) from Amazing Adult Fantasy Vol 1 14 001 Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #14

Mr. Filbert was one of Tad Carter's teachers.[46]


Fillmore (Earth-616) from Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 247 001 Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #247

Dr. Fillmore assisted J. Jonah Jameson when he was hospitalized at the New York University Medical Center after being attacked by Jack O'Lantern.[47]


Finchley from Patsy Walker Vol 1 29 0001 Appearances: Patsy Walker #29

Miss Finchley taught a music appreciation class at Centerville High School.[48]


Fine (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 544 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #544, Daredevil (Vol. 3) #26

Doctor Fine gave Peter Parker a chance to find the money for his aunt's hospital bill.[49]
A while later, Dr. Fine asked Foggy Nelson to talk with the children hospitalized in the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.[50]


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Fishhead (Earth-616)
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Fishhead (Earth-616) from Deadpool Vol 8 10 001

Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 8) #10

During Knull's invasion, Fishhead was one of the monsters that volunteered to join Deadpool's Special Ops team to protect their land.[51]


Fitzgerald (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 6 8 001 Appearances: Captain America (Vol. 6) #8

Mr. Fitzgerald was a banker who had to ally himself with Queen Hydra and merge the interests of both at the risk that it would have met the same fate as his rival Nationfirst Bank.[52]


Fitzwater (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 665 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #665

Fitzwater was an assistant to Mayor Jameson who, after breaking into the hospital where Betty Brant was staying, yelled that he was now in charge and that he should have Betty moved to Mt. Sinai.[53]


Fiver (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 159 001 Appearances: Daredevil #159

Fiver was a thug who was knocked out by Daredevil.[54]


No Image Male Appearances: Amazing Detective Cases #13

Capt. Flaherty took a call from Claude Miller who told him to send someone to his house where there had been a break-in and they had ransacked the house, so Flaherty sent Jerry Thorne to Miller's house.[55]

Flaherty (Earth-616) from Amazing Adventures Vol 2 8 001 Appearances: Amazing Adventures (Vol. 2) #8

Flaherty, from the mayor's office, attempted to calm down Mr. Dibbs.[56]

Flaherty (Lawyer) (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 99 001 Appearances: X-Men #99

Sean Cassidy's solicitor, Flaherty was assassinated in Dal'Roon by Black Tom Cassidy.[57]


Flannigan (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 1.1 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 3) #1.1, Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 3) #1.2, Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 3) #1.3, Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 3) #1.4, Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 3) #1.5

Mr. Flannigan was the school's counselor of Midtown High School. Shortly after Peter received his spidery powers and the subsequent death of his uncle for which he felt responsible, Aunt May made arrangements with Mr. Flannigan that she could speak to Peter every Tuesday after school to deal with the pain of losing his uncle.[58]
When during a fight with Peter, Flannigan saw him with a black eye (obtained from being hit by the Thing), he blamed Flash Thompson by threatening to get him off the High School football team.[59]
During the confrontation between Spider-Man and the Clash at school, Mr. Falannigan ministered Aunt May getting involved in a breakdown.[60]
After Peter stole school gear to face Clash, he was charged with theft and Flannigan said there was no way to support him.[61]
Even after Peter paid the school, Flannigan told May that he would no longer attend Peter and May replied that she should never have her trust in him.[62]


Fletcher (Sailor) (Earth-616) from Doctor Strange Vol 2 18 001 Appearances: Doctor Strange (Vol. 2) #18

Mr. Fletcher was one of the sailors who journeyed with Benjamin Franklin to Boston.[63]

Fletcher from Avengers Vol 1 258 0001 Appearances: Avengers #258

Fletcher and Arnie were two workmen authorized by Raymond Sikorski to find and confiscate the circuitry used by the Vision in the Avengers Mansion.[64]

Fletcher (Earth-616) from Silver Sable and the Wild Pack Vol 1 31 0001 Appearances: Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #31, Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #33

Dr. Fletcher was the Sablinova family doctor and advised Silver Sable of her pregnancy and that she had taken steps to terminate it. This infuriated Silver who told her it was up to her to decide.[65]
Shortly thereafter, during a physical checkup, Dr. Fletcher informed Silver that there had been a computer error and that she was not pregnant and abruptly reiterated that she was not eligible to become a mother because of her activities.[66]

Fletcher (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 91 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #91

Fletcher was an employee of the Beyond Corporation who reported Maxine Danger that there was a full-scale containment breach at their site on Staten Island, which Maxine was already aware of, and ordered Fletcher to prepare the recovery team to be sent to the site to retrieve Ben Reilly and to keep the wet work squad ready.[67]


Flint (Earth-616) from Spider-Girl Vol 2 7 0001 Appearances: Spider-Girl (Vol. 2) #7, Spider-Girl (Vol. 2) #8

Rocky Flint's father, he went to visit his daughter in the apartment she shared with Anya Corazon and while she came back he repaired her bookcase.[68]
Mr. Flint and his daughter Rocky were kidnapped by the Raven Society to force Anya to join them, but Anya regained her powers and freed him and his daughter.[69]


Flo (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 658 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #658

Flo was the receptionist of Horizon Labs. When Carlie went there asking for Peter to apologize, she told her she had no news of Peter and that Horizon Labs hadn't sent him anywhere.[70]


Flossie (Earth-616) from Sgt. Fury Vol 1 12 001 Appearances: Sgt. Fury #12

Flossie was the bartender at a joint frequented by the Howling Commandos. While they were in the pub, as a V-1 flying bomb approached, Nick Fury told Flossie to run to the cellar for protection from the bomb.[71]


Floyd (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 173 001 Appearances: Daredevil #173

Floyd was a news anchor who announced that Michael Reese and Melvin Potter were dead ringers.[72]


Flynn (Earth-616) from Elektra Vol 3 14 001 Appearances: Elektra (Vol. 3) #13, Elektra (Vol. 3) #14

Flynn was one of Colonel Fischer's men tasked with finding Elektra[73] and making sure she didn't escape while he and the other members of the Coalition arrived to see while they killed her. While waiting for the Coalition to arrive, Elektra killed all of Fischer's men, including Flynn from whom she took his equipment.[74]


Folendahl (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 3 10.1 001 Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 3) #10.1

Miss Folendahl wanted to sue Dr. Strange for malpractice.[75]


Foley (Earth-616) from Cable Blood & Metal Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Cable - Blood and Metal #1‎

Foley told the Wild Pack to change their name due to trademark laws of the Symkarian government.[76]


Folsome (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 418 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #418, Spider-Man #75

Dr. Folsome assisted Mary Jane Watson-Parker in delivering her baby at the New York Hospital.[77]
Folsome then immediately kidnapped her husband Peter Parker.[78]


Forbes (Earth-616) from Spider-Man The Final Adventure Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Spider-Man: The Final Adventure #4

Mr. Forbes was one of Tendril's victims. Three of Tendril's victims were found in Forbes' apartment, but where Spider-Man managed to save the last victim, Mr. Forbes and another victim were killed by suffocation from Tendril's webs.[79]


Ford (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 13 7 01 Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 13) #7

Father Ford was the priest of the Church of St. Joseph. Upon Frank's return from the war, his wife Maria confessed to Father Ford telling him of the dreams she had about Frank, and Father Ford told her that she was worried about Frank's soul and it would be enough to send Frank to him to confess. But when Frank went to confession, Father Ford was shocked by what he told him.[80]


Foss (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 47 001 Appearances: Tales to Astonish #47

Foss was a winged ant and Korr's brother.[81]


No Image Male Mentions: Amazing Spider-Man #634

Seeing that the lion Rex was reluctant to eat and acting strangely, two zookeepers wondered if their colleague Foster had messed up the animal feeding program again.[82]


Foxtrot (Kill Crew) (Earth-616) from Ben Reilly Scarlet Spider Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #2, Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #3

Foxtrot was a member of the mercenary team known as the Kill Crew.[83]
When Ben Reilly sent the Kill Crew after his fellow clone, the other Scarlet Spider, Foxtrot and Tango ambushed him while he was looking for clues in Ben's old office building.[84]
Scarlet Spider protected himself from Foxtrot and Tango's fire with a web-shield, and escaped through a window. Foxtrot tried to stop him by shooting a webline from which he was swinging, but Scarlet Spider escaped nonetheless.[83]


Frame (Earth-616) from Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 129 001 Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #129

Frame was the local sheriff from Rain, New Hampshire.[85]


Fran (Earth-616) from X-Factor Vol 1 11 001 Appearances: X-Factor #11

Fran was a nurse working in the veterans administration hospital where Abraham Kieros was being treated.[86]


Francesi (Earth-616) from Solo Avengers Vol 1 8 001 Appearances: Solo Avengers #8

Francesi was a Los Angeles gangster who hid his shady dealings with a florist facade. He was threatened by a group of teenagers who tried to stop his extortion ring of the local shops, but Hawkeye who was in the Francesi flower shop thought they were about to ask for protection money and chased them away. When Francesi was about to take revenge on one of the boys, Blind Justice intervened to kill him but there was no need, as Francesi had a heart attack due to fear and stress and died.[87]


Francine (Earth-616) from Emma Frost Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Emma Frost #2

Francine was a classmate of Emma Frost at Snow Valley School for Girls and from whom she obtained the answers for her midterm exams by reading her mind unconsciously not yet knowing she was a telepathic mutant.[20]


Francis (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 330 001 Appearances: Daredevil #330

Francis was Miss Natchios' butler.[88]

Francis (Frog) (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 11 2 001 Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 11) #2

Francis was a frog who was stomped to death by Juniper's father, Josiah.[89]

Francis (Earth-616) from Daken Dark Wolverine Vol 1 5 0001 Appearances: Daken: Dark Wolverine #5, Daken: Dark Wolverine #6

Sister Francis was called by Tyger Tiger to take care of the boys and girls held as sexual slaves by Petrus and freed by her.[90]
Sister Francis advises Tyger Tiger that the kids they rescued and cared for told her they experimented on them leaving deep physical injuries.[91]


Franco (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 38 001 Appearances: Iron Man #38

Franco was one of Jonah's henchmen who were confronted by Iron Man.[92]


No Image Male Appearances: Marvel Tales #136

During a game of cards with his friends Lester Ford and Roy, and since Lester had won all the hands, Frank told Lester that he had been lucky that evening starting a disquisition about luck and Lady Luck where Frank insisted that luck didn't it had nothing to do with it and it was all a question of probabilities and variables.[93]

No Image Male Appearances: Journey Into Mystery #34

Seeing the changes that were taking place at the Shastor Shop, Frank and Harvey joked with each other, with Harvey telling Frank if he knew where he had put his ads since he had a feeling he should be looking for a job soon and Frank replying that he was saving for himself.[94]

Frank (NYC) (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 111 001 Appearances: Strange Tales #111

Frank was a fan of the Human Torch.[95]

Frank (Earth-616) from Captain Marvel 1 8 001 Appearances: Captain Marvel #8

Frank was a soldier at Cape Canaveral and the driver for General William Bridges.[96]

Frank (Policeman) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 48 001 Appearances: Iron Man #48

Frank and his partner Jeff stopped Tony Stark and warned him about the local speed laws.[97]

Frank (Counter-Earth) (Earth-616) from Warlock Vol 1 8 001 Appearances: Warlock #8

Frank and Mickey, members of the Metropolitan Police Department, arrested Warlock's followers in Washington, D.C..[98]

Frank (Earth-616) from New Mutants Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: New Mutants #2

Frank was a resident of Salem Center. He met members of the New Mutants at the Salem Center Mall.[99]

Frank (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 174 001 Appearances: Captain America #174

Frank was a talk show host who invited Moonstone as the America's newest idol.[100]

Frank (Earth-616) from X-Factor Vol 1 56 001 Appearances: X-Factor #56

Frank was Trish Tilby's cameraman. He filmed with his camera Archangel's assault on a street gang.[101]

Frank (Earth-616) from New Mutants Vol 1 96 001 Appearances: New Mutants #96

Frank was a Magistrate who, accompanied by a Mutate Tracker, was in pursuit of the mutants who escaped capture.[102]

Frank (Simon Steele) (Earth-616) from Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 72 001 Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #72

Frank was one Simon Steele's men, who arrested Dominic Fortune when he sneaked inside the Mississippi Queen.[103]

Frank (Sewer Worker) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 383 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #383

Frank was a sewer worker who witnessed the Abomination wandering the New York sewers.[104]

Frank (Earth-616) from Spectacular Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 12 001 Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #12

Frank was one of three Dreadnought 2000 controllers who were sent to oppose Spider-Man and the New Warriors when they entered the Target Technologies plant, since Dreadnought 2000 were new automatons not yet programmed for autonomous functions and needed someone to handle them. maneuvered. When Spider-Man realized they were being remote controlled, he burst into the control room and knocked out Frank and the other two controllers so the Dreadnoughts started acting randomly and the New Warriors could destroy them.[105]

Frank (Osborn) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 2 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #2

Frank was a Osborn Industries security guard who confronted Shadrac.[106]

Frank (Fantastic Four) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 557 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #557

Frank helped Mister Fantastic assembling the Anti-Galactus Suit.[107]

Frank (Broxton) (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 1 601 001 Appearances: Thor #601

Frank was a customer of Bill's diner.[108]

Frank (Cameraman) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 633 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #633

Frank was a cameraman who covered the violent outbursts in New York City which followed the manhunt for Curt Connors.[109]

No Image Male Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #659

Frank was a commentator at Carlie Cooper's roller derby match. Involved in the discussion regarding Carlie's foul in the match, Frank commented on the comparing Carlie to the Amazon Hyppolita and the ignominious penalty she should have suffered.[110]

Frank (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk and the Human Torch From the Marvel Vault Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk and the Human Torch: From the Marvel Vault #1

Frank was a policeman from a little town in southern Virginia. He was called to the rescue by a diner owner due to the presence of the Hulk in his local.[111]

Frank (Security) (Earth-616) from International Iron Man Vol 1 7 001 Appearances: International Iron Man #7

Frank was part of Amanda Armstrong's security staff.[112]

Frank (Earth-616) from Carnage Forever Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Carnage Forever #1

Frank was Elsie's father and Dee's husband, 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.[113]

Frank (Committee) (Earth-616) from Werewolf by Night Vol 1 12 0001 Appearances: Werewolf by Night #12

Frank and Harry were sent by the Committee to kidnap Jack Russell. After being successful in the kidnapping they had the unfortunate idea of transporting him after it had gone dark. During transport Jack turned into the werewolf while in the car which scared Harry causing him to crash the car. The two criminals perished in the crash.[114]


Frankheimer (Earth-616) Marvel Two-In-One Vol 1 97 Appearances: Marvel Two-In-One #97

Professor Frankheimer, an entertainment enthusiast, invented the Holoflex, a projector that captured images from the past and transferred them into the present in hologram form. He sold the projector to Ted Silverberg for $5,000 to use in his next films with the stipulation that his name be included in the credits of every film made with the Holoflex.[115]


Frankie (Earth-616) from Marvel Mystery Comics Vol 1 9 0001 Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #9

Frankie worked for Hook and was one of several who attacked the business ran by Mr. Martin. On one such attack he was captured by the Ferret but before he could be interrogated, the Hook shot at the pair, allowing Frankie to escape. When a bomb goes off at another facility Frankie is spotted by Ferret, which allows the Hook to capture him.[116]

Frankie (Los Angeles) (Earth-616) from Champions Vol 1 14 001 Appearances: Champions #14

Frankie was a pedestrian who was rescued by Iceman from a falling piece of the Champions Headquarters defensive devices.[117]

Frankie (Harlem) (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 122 001 Appearances: X-Men #122

Frankie was one of the young junkies who attacked Storm when she entered an abandoned apartment building in Harlem.[118]

Frankie (Bazin) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Unlimited Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Spider-Man Unlimited #4

Frankie was a long time affiliate of Phillipe Bazin's. He sided with Nico to stalk Bloodshed, but he was eventually defeated by Spider-Man.[119]

Frankie (East River) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man '97 Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Spider-Man '97 #1

Frankie fled as soon as he witnessed the Zombie climbing out the East River.[120]

Frankie (Earth-616) from Alpha Flight Vol 4 1 0001 Appearances: Alpha Flight (Vol. 4) #1

Frankie was a Canadian Army soldier who had to drive a truck to transport evacuees due to the attack of Nerkkod and the Atlanteans but the truck was unable to leave and was attacked.[121]

Frankie (Earth-616) from Captain America and Bucky Vol 1 620 0001 Appearances: Captain America and Bucky #620

Frankie was a child of a career soldier who lived on the military base where Bucky also lived and often fought with him.[122]


Franklin (Earth-616) from Captain Marvel 1 22 001 Appearances: Captain Marvel #22

He was the driver of Raymond Osworth.[123]

Franklin (Earth-616) from Secret Avengers Vol 1 12.1 0001 Appearances: Secret Avengers #12.1

Franklin was a weapons specialist who worked for various criminal and terrorist organizations including Mr. Negative, for him he managed to replicate and build the Fistigons, but Mr. Negative discovered that Franklin had sold information about his clients to various government agencies in exchange for the immunity and for this Mr. Negative killed him.[124]


Franz (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 36 001 Appearances: Tales to Astonish #36

Franz was a resident of the village where Pan was said to live. He observed the escape of a foreigner who had gone there to verify whether Pan's presence was true and commented ironically to the village bartender, not imagining that the bartender himself was Pan.[125]


Fred (Greenwich Village) (Earth-616) from Doctor Strange Vol 1 174 001 Appearances: Doctor Strange #174

Fred noticed Doctor Strange and Clea walking by the street.[126]

Fred (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 13 001 Appearances: Iron Man #13

Fred was driving the express train hijacked by the Controller; he was immediately enslaved like the rest of the crew and passengers.[127]

Fred from X-Men Vol 1 56 0001 Appearances: X-Men #56

Fred and his wife Alma were awakened in the middle of the night when the Angel attacked the X-Men in his apartment.[128]

Fred (Counter-Earth) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 176 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #176

Fred and his partner found Hulk's sunken space capsule.[129]

Fred (NYC) (Earth-616) from Eternals Vol 1 16 001 Appearances: Eternals #16

Fred and his family watched the news about the Cosmic Hulk.[130]

Fred (Earth-616) from Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #3

Fred was a helicopter pilot at Ryker's Island prison that chased the Vulture when he escaped.[131]

Fred (Earth-616) from Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 102 0001 Appearances: Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #102

Fred was the roommate of Donnie Gardner and was asking him about rent money.[132]

Fred from Marvels Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Marvels #2, Marvels #4

Fred used to work together with Phil Sheldon.[133][134]

Fred (Manhattan) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 3 14 001 Appearances: Avengers (Vol. 3) #14

Fred noticed the Avengers in a famous jazz club. He grew anxious over their presence, as two of them he recognized as being mutants, but was chastised for his attitude by his date, who was more curious about what they could be discussing.[2]

Fred (Earth-616) from Wolverine The Origin Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Wolverine: The Origin #5

Fred was one of the inhabitants of the village in British Columbia where Logan established himself with Rose O'Hara. He ended up respecting Logan as he got to know him, and together with his friend Bert, defended Logan when Cookie Malone started to insult him.[135]

Fred (Brain Damage) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 3 14 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk (Vol. 3) #14

Fred was a salesman for Brain Damage, Inc.[136]

Fred (Earth-616) from Symbiote Spider-Man Crossroads Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Symbiote Spider-Man: Crossroads #1

Fred was a bartender who told his client Moondark if he knew the President was coming to town.[137]


Freda (Earth-616) from Patsy and Hedy Annual Vol 1 1 Appearances: Miss America #92

Freda is the one of the housekeepers/cooks to Hedy Wolfe and her family.[138]


Freddie (Earth-616) from Vampire Tales Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Vampire Tales #2

Freddie was a drug dealer who supplied drugs to Edgar and Pete, Justin's roommates with whom they shared the expenses. Seeing the two companions in the house with the pusher while they smoked drugs, he infuriated Justin who attacked the three, destroying the paraphernalia for drug use and consumption.[139]

Freddie (Earth-616) from Heroes for Hire Vol 3 2 0001 Appearances: Heroes for Hire (Vol. 3) #2

Freddie was a Bronx Morgue guardian, he was paid by Paladin to investigate inside the City Morgue for an hour but Freddie only gives him 15 minutes.[140]

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Freddie T (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 2 22 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk (Vol. 2) #22

Freddie T delivered a message by Joe Fixit to Jimmy Delfini.[141]


Freddy (Earth-616) from Marvel Feature Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Marvel Feature #3

Freddy witnessed the Hulk, accompanied by Jim Wilson, enter the studios.[142]

Freddy (Earth-616) from Tomb of Dracula Vol 1 23 001 Appearances: Tomb of Dracula #23

Freddy was Shiela Whittier's boyfriend. Freddy accompanied Shiela to her mansion which she had inherited from her uncle Alestar Dunwick. Despite Shiela's discomfort, Freddy convinced her to visit her mansion and as they were about to go down a flight of stairs, a hand from the shadow pushed Freddy behind him, knocking him down the stairs and killing him.[143]

Freddy (Earth-616) from Doctor Strange Vol 2 65 0001 Appearances: Doctor Strange (Vol. 2) #65

Freddy was an accomplice of the charlatan magician Kerwin Havelock. He was an audience plant who feigned skepticism of Havelock's magical abilities but "saw the light" after Havelock cast a spell on him.[144]

Freddy (Stuntman) (Earth-616) from West Coast Avengers Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: West Coast Avengers #1, West Coast Avengers #2

Freddy was a friend and stunt partner of Simon Williams.[145]
He came to visit him while he was moving out to the Avengers Compound.[146]

Freddy (Earth-616) from Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 92 001 Appearances: Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #92

Freddy was a young boy who was playing with his brother when Answer and Spider-Man busted through the window during their fight. After leaving, their parents came into the room and berated the two boys for the destruction they had apparently caused.[147]


Frederick (Earth-616) from X-Force Annual Vol 1 1999 0001 Appearances: X-Force Annual #1999

Frederick was a highly autistic mutant, and when his mutant powers developed, his whole body mutated into an arachnoid. The quadriplegic mutant Martin Strong developed a symbiotic relationship with Frederick using his arachnoid body as a means of locomotion, and thanks to this symbiosis, Frederick developed a new sensory input.[148]


Fredrick (Earth-616) from Breaking into Comics the Marvel Way! Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Breaking Into Comics the Marvel Way! #1

Fredrick was killed by Bullseye at a maximum security prison for criminally insane.[149]


No Image Available Appearances: Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #30

Frenchie was an associate of Izzy and Jake. When Sable was sent to prison, the CIA put a lot of pressure on these snitches to convince them not to collaborate with Amy Chen or other allies of Sable. Izzy and Jake later told Chen that the feds had "taken out Frenchie for tryin' to spill the truth", but they were interrupted before giving more details.[150]


Frieda (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 267 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #267

Frieda was the wife of a suburban neighborhood watchman that was giving Spider-Man a hard time when he appeared in their neighborhood looking for the Commuter.[151]


Fritz (Earth-616) from Tomb of Dracula Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Tomb of Dracula #2

Fritz was one of Carl von Harbou's patients that was quickly scared out of his office at the news of Dracula's return in combination with a scream outside.

Fritz (Terrorist) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 328 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #328

Fritz was one of the pseudo-patriotic terrorists who were defeated by Cosmic Spider-Man after they threatened to blow up the Statue of Liberty.[152]


Frosty (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Black Cat The Evil That Men Do Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Spider-Man/Black Cat: The Evil That Men Do #5

Frosty and Gooch Herbert hassled the teenage Francis Klum for using the sophomore washroom. Before they could pummel him, Francis' older brother Garrison intervened, beating up Herbert and smashing his face into a urinal.[153]


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Funzlobe (Earth-616) from Annihilators Vol 1 1 0001

Appearances: Annihilators #1

Mr. Funzlobe was an employee of Timely Inc. to whom Rocket Raccoon delivered the mail telling him that he had to sign to receive it and he made fun of him asking that he certainly had a miniature Raccoon pen suitable for that.[154]


Fyodor (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 7 14 0001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 7) #14

Fyodor belonged to the Russi posse charged with appropriating the Logic Diamonds that were on the Marauder, but was killed by a mysterious being that was bleeding acid.[155]


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