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Character Index - G


Gabe (Earth-616) from Superior Foes of Spider-Man Vol 1 11 001.png Appearances: Superior Foes of Spider-Man #11

Gabe was a drunk who was ambushed by Grizzly when the bar closed.[1]


Gabriel (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 80 0001.png Appearances: Spider-Man #80

Vinnie's son, Gabriel was rescued by Spider-Man from Hydra agents.[2]


Gail (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 3 65 001.png Appearances: Avengers (Vol. 3) #65

Exposed to the red cloud from Mount Rushmore, Gail managed to take her son Paul to Keystone.[3]

Gail (USA) (Earth-616) from Avengers Earth's Mightiest Heroes Vol 1 2 001.png Appearances: Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes #2

Gail was shown on TV attending a maggot-eating contest.[4]


Gaius (Earth-616) from New Mutants 1 9 0001.png Appearances: New Mutants #9

Gaius was a colleague of Marcus Gallio in Nova Roma. He warned him about the dangers if the New Mutants were to turn on them.[5]


Gales (Earth-616) from America Chavez Made in the USA Vol 1 3 0001.jpg Appearances: America Chavez: Made in the USA #3

Gales was a millionaire scientist who owned an island with magical characteristics, on which he invited the mothers of America Chavez with the intention of finding a cure that plagued the child with experimentation that was not entirely ethical.[6]


Gallus (Earth-616) from Kull the Conqueror Vol 3 2 001.png Appearances: Kull the Conqueror (Vol. 3) #2

As Gallus was about to marry Talena, he accidentally fell from a tree in the orchards of Valusia and died. Talena begged Kull to use the amulet of Ka to revive him, but, being already dead, he awoke as a manifestation of death and was finally laid to rest by the king.[7]


Gamal (Earth-616) and Stahn (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 392 0001.jpg Appearances: Incredible Hulk #392

Gamal was a guard at Farnoq Dahn's Fortress (and possibly a soldier in the Trans-Sabalian Army). While guarding X-Factor's leader Havok (came as US support to Trans-Sabal but captured by Farnoq Dahn to be used in their nuclear program), he, Stahn and two other guards were taken down by Hulk.[8]


Gamble (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 520 0001.jpg Appearances: Journey into Mystery #520

Mr. Gamble was a vampire under the Navarro regime. He participated in the kidnapping of Summer Klein and while he was feeding on her intervened Hannibal King, hired by Summer's parents, who saved the girl and killed Gamble and the other vampires with him.[9]


Gammal (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 391 001.png Appearances: Incredible Hulk #391

Gammal was a soldier (and possibly a platoon leader) in the Trans-Sabalian Army. At their position guarding the way to the Sendara Pass (and their lines of supply), they were met with the Hulk who offered them to surrender and avoid violence, to which they replied with their weapons before getting neutralized by Hulk's knock-out gas. The Trans-Sabalian Air Force immediately dropped bombs on the position, killing the soldiers while leaving the Hulk unharmed.[10]


Gantlebanter (Earth-616) from Annihilators Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Annihilators #1

Mr. Gantlebanter was an employee of Timely Inc. who, seeing Rocket running in the offices fleeing the wooden Clown, was frightened by saying that the Clown would kill them all.[11]


Ganz (Earth-616) from Deadpool Team-Up Vol 2 898 001.png Appearances: Deadpool Team-Up (Vol. 2) #898

Ganz was an henchman of Pablo Espinosa who was confronted and knocked out by the Zapata Brothers.[12]


Gar (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 13 001.png Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #13

Twin brothers Gar and Larry stabbed each other to death over jealousy for a Gehenna Stone fragment.[13]


Gardel (Earth-616) from Marvel's Voices Community Vol 1 1 001.jpg Appearances: Marvel's Voices: Community #1

Gardel was the owner of a bodega in Brooklyn and when Miles Morales walked into his shop to buy some flags, Gardel gave him some Dominican flags but a friend of Miles who was present in the bodega corrected Gardel telling him that Miles' mother was Puerto Rican, and Gardel apologizing, he replaced them with the exact ones.[14]


Gardner (Earth-616) from Venom Dark Origin Vol 1 1 001.png Appearances: Venom: Dark Origin #1

Mr. Gardner was Heidi's father.[15]


Gargantax (Earth-616) from Conan the Barbarian Vol 1 166 001.png Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #166

Gargantax was the giant champion of Baron Mort-Pointard, who, thanks to his prowess in armed combat, managed to perpetuate the baron's tyrannical reign for a dozen years. For all his ferocity in battle, Gargantax was, at heart, a bashful childlike man, who fell in love with a peasant girl named Giselle. Despite his attempts to win her admiration and affection, Giselle simply couldn't love him and she ran away. Since the titan was inconsolate and would not fight, the baron sent his men to recapture her and then arranged the duel with Fafnir. Gargantax quickly overpowered both him and the intervening Conan, but Giselle rushed down in the arena to stop the giant from killing his opponents, distracting him enough so that Conan could wound and then skewer and kill Gargantax.[16]


Garn (Earth-616) from Conan the Barbarian Vol 1 154 001.png Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #154, Conan the Barbarian #167

One night, Garn found an unconsciously wounded Conan just outside his house in Cimmeria, supposedly left by a goddess.[17]
Some time later, while Garn was working as a slaver for a band of yellow lotus smugglers, their camp in was raided by Fafnir and Conan, who set free the squad's slaves, allowing him, Fafnir, and Noirelle to escape.[18]


Garrison (Mercy Hospital) (Earth-616) from Rom Vol 1 55 0001.jpg Appearances: Rom #54 & Rom #55

Dr. Garrison was about to deal with a Rick Jones transfusion because of his radiation exposure when a nurse was accidentally infected by a syringe containing corrupted blood from Dire Wraiths and turned into a monstrous creature that assaulted Dr. Garrison and killed her.[19]

Garrison (Earth-199999) from Spider-Man Vol 1 48 0001.jpg Appearances: Spider-Man #48

The boss of one of the New York crime families summoned by Hobgoblin and killed by him for not taking him seriously.[20]

Garrison (Earth-616) from Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 253 0001.jpg Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #253

A psychiatrist staff member of the Ravencroft Institute, accompanied Dr. Mueller by Martha Paterson of which he claimed to be one of his patients.[21]


Garrity (Earth-616) from Fear Itself Uncanny X-Force Vol 1 1 0001.jpeg Appearances: Fear Itself: Uncanny X-Force #1

Minor: Fear Itself: Uncanny X-Force #2

Garrity was a member of the Purifiers who blew himself up with an explosive vest inside an airport full of civilians.[22]
Jonathan Standish reviews the video of Garrity's suicide attack at the airport and changes his mind about not harming innocents without powers.[23]


Garson (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 121 001.png Appearances: X-Men #121

Garson was one of the guards of Department X who apparently caged Wolverine in Calgary.[24]


Garth (Butler) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 56 001.png Appearances: Daredevil #56, Daredevil #57

Garth was Paxton and Penelope Page's butler.[25]
He was actually a government agent tasked to protect Paxton Page secretly from his real enemies.[26]

Garth (Actor) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 242 001.png Appearances: Fantastic Four #242

Garth was an actor who was running a scene with Julie Angel at the Village Theatre.[27]

Garth from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 12 0001.jpg Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #12

Garth was one of Mary Jane Watson-Parker's bodyguards while walking through Fifth Avenue.[28]


Garvin (Earth-616) from Hulk Vol 2 39 001.jpg Appearances: Hulk (Vol. 2) #39

During the absence of Thaddeus Ross's father who had gone to war, Mr. Garvin took care of the Ross farm, but he also had a love affair with Thaddeus's mother.[29]


Gary (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 381 001.png Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #381

Gary quickly left the Washington Square Park as soon as he noticed the Hulk walking by.[30]

Gary (Daily Grind) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 407 001.png Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man #0, Amazing Spider-Man #407

Gary was a Centennial University student who used to hang out at the Daily Grind.[31]
He was often seen with Desiree Winthrop.[32]

Gary (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 4 1 001.png Appearances: Iron Man (Vol. 4) #1

Gary was John Pillinger's cameraman.[33]

Gary (Earth-616) from Secret Avengers Vol 1 11 0001.jpg Appearances: Secret Avengers #11, Secret Avengers #12

Given the difficulty of extrapolating John Steele's thoughts at the time of his past where he was persuaded to join the Shadow Council, Gary suggested that Steve join the experimental session by sharing Steele's thoughts.[34]
After Steele wakes up and takes another assistant hostage, Hank McCoy has him believe that his assistants are LMDs leaving Gary baffled. Hank later revealed it was a bluff.[35]

Gary from Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Vol 2 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #1

Gary was a hot-dog vendor from which Peter and his homeless neighbors usually went to.[36]


Gavin (Daily Globe) (Earth-616) from Marvels Vol 1 2 001.png Appearances: Marvels #2

A reporter for the Daily Globe, Gavin and hie colleague Jay were told by Barney Bushkin to cover the Sentinels' story.[37]

Gavin (Earth-616) from Deadpool Vol 4 10 001.jpg Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #10

In high school, when Gavin was a "Mr. Popular Super-Jock," he spread an unmentionably horrible rumor about Tanya Patterson that made her great-guy boyfriend dump her and cost her all her friends. She ended up marrying some loser and having awful kids. Nine years later, she hired Deadpool to kill Gavin for $500. Deadpool broke into some guy's house and ordered a pizza. When Gavin, now a pizza delivery man, showed up, Deadpool ate the pizza (pineapple and black olive), then killed Gavin.[38]


Gene (Woman Magazine) (Earth-616) from Ms. Marvel Vol 1 10 0001.jpg Appearances: Ms. Marvel #9, Ms. Marvel #10

Art Director for Woman Magazine, presents the project of two covers to Carol, for the magazine but Carol refuses both of them considering them pathetic.[39] Gene bursts into the office of associate editor Tracy Burke screaming that Carol had forced him to layout a new cover of the magazine for lunchtime and then she did not find herself at that time to be able to approve it.[40]

Gene (Student) (Earth-616) from Darkhawk Annual Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Darkhawk Annual #1, Darkhawk #23, Darkhawk #26, Darkhawk #27, Darkhawk #40, Darkhawk #42, Darkhawk #43, Darkhawk #48

Gene was a school friend of Chris Powell. He was in the small group of friends who went on a fishing trip to make male bondings.[41]
After skipping yet another meeting at the Radio Club, Gene thinks that even if Chris is a good guy he should be kicked out to teach him a lesson.[42]
While at the diner with Chris and the other friends, Chris says he was in the space, leaving Gene and the other stunned, and then declaring that he was joking.[43]
Gene is at Headset's house celebrating with Chris's whole family.[44]
Gene and the other guys meet Chris after a long time, but Chris quickly walks away saying he had to work.[45]
Gene was at the Powell home to celebrate the return of Chris' father.[46]
Gene and the other kids welcome Chris back to the school cafeteria.[47]
When asked by one of Chris's friends if he would return to their group, Gene replies that he has patience since Chris had just returned to school.[48]


Gennady (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 3 10 001.png Appearances: Iron Man (Vol. 3) #10

Gennady and Dmitri were two soldiers who were tasked to located the Mandarin's body amid the wreckage of his sky dragon aircraft. Instead they found a badly beaten Iron Man, who tried to explain what had happened inside the aircraft but then collapsed.[49]


Mr. Genuardi (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 3 13 0001.jpg Appearances: Captain America (Vol. 3) #9, Captain America (Vol. 3) #13

Mr. Genuardi was a greengrocer and neighbor of Steve Rogers. Passing him on his way home, Steve asked him what his bad mood was, and he complained about building a skyscraper in their neighborhood.[50]
When he met Steve and Sharon walking together, he asked him what he thought of the new candidate Bolt as he was being supported by Captain America. After talking to Sharon too, Mr. Genuardi invited them both to dinner for Saturday night, as he always did with Steve.[51]


Geoff (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 23 001.png Appearances: Iron Man #23

Geoff was a sailor who met and married Cheryl Porter. During their honeymoon, he was serving on the smuggling ship used to bring the Titanium Man in the United States.[52]

Geoff (Stark International) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 4 2 001.png Appearances: Iron Man (Vol. 4) #2

Geoff was an Executive Member of Stark International's Board of Directors. He tried to invite Tony Stark into leaving to someone else his C.E.O. role in favor of a Chief Technologist title, in order to have a more skilled manager leading the company, without obtaining result.[53]

Geoff (Earth-616) from Beta Ray Bill Vol 1 2 0001.jpg Appearances: Beta Ray Bill #2

Geoff was the bartender of Don's Bar & Grille on the planet Markus-Centauri, the place where Odin had holed up after giving the throne to Thor to enjoy his beer.[54]


Geoffrey (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 60 0001.jpg Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #60

Geoffrey was a bouncer at the Hotel Inferno who attempted to stop Doctor Strange from going to visit Mephisto but was soundly knocked down by the sorcerer.[55]


George (Earth-616) from Sub-Mariner Comics Vol 1 16 0001.jpg Appearances: Sub-Mariner Comics #16

Kidnapped his cousin Hal in Cuba with the intention of killing him so as to become the sole heir. The murder was thwarted by Namor who captured George and handed him over to Cuban authorities.[56]

George (Earth-616) from Sub-Mariner Comics Vol 1 17 0001.jpg Appearances: Sub-Mariner Comics #17

Mr. George was the owner of a fishing boat company and discovered that his partner used the boats to smuggle diamonds and for this he was killed and tried to put the blame on an immigrant.[57]

George (Earth-616) from Men's Adventures Vol 1 28 0001.jpg Appearances: Men's Adventures #28

George was a scientist friend of the Human Torch intent on building a spaceship to carry out explorations on other worlds but after observing the behavior of men towards a benevolent alien race George destroyed his plans for the spaceship thinking that man did not be worthy of the stars.[58]

George (Earth-616) from Uncanny Tales Vol 1 23 0001.jpg Appearances: Uncanny Tales #23

Fed up with the constant questions of the son Johnny, George answered him with absurd answers and to the question of how he had arrived, George replied that the stork had brought him using a magic horn, but when Johnny used the horn in effect a flock of storks arrived to his home, each carrying a newborn baby.[59]

No Image Male.jpg Appearances: Mystery Tales #32

George met a little man who was looking for his green hat and his glasses, only that the hat could only seen by who had the gift from the Green Goddess and George discovered that he had it because he could see the hat, even though initially he did not believe that story. After the little man recognized George as one those who possessed the gift asked him to help him find the glasses, but George with various excuses tried to mislead the man in the following days until the day, looking for the place where he had to have a job interview, he met a charming girl who was a cashier in a pub and discovered that she was the daughter of the little man and then resigned himself to his role as a person who possessed the gift of the Green Goddess.[60]

George (Earth-616) from Kid Colt Outlaw Vol 1 96 0001.jpg Appearances: Kid Colt Outlaw #96

George was a bandit who bullies his innocent sister into ambushing Kid Colt, but she takes pity on the Kid and he gets the chance to face her brother again. He tries not to hurt him, but in their struggle the bandit falls from a cliff.[61]

George (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 94 0001.jpg Appearances: Strange Tales #94

George was the good, humble and helpful gardener of Lucius Farnsworth's estate who refused to start his own business despite Farnsworth's financial help, among other things without his knowledge he saved mankind when he uprooted the mutated plant The Weed thinking it was a simple weed.[62]

George (Earth-616) from Tales t Astonish -46.jpg Appearances: Tales to Astonish #46

The second witness to the attack by the Cyclops (A-Chiltarian Robot) and he sold Hank Pym and Janet van Dyne a boat to lead them to site of the attack. He also manned the dock radio communication and had just heard another disappearance as they were talking. [63]

George from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 87 0001.jpg Appearances: Tales of Suspense #87

George believed that Captain America had robbed a bank.[64]

George (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 103 001.png Appearances: Incredible Hulk #103

A short time later, George and his wife witnessed the Hulk suddenly appearing in the middle of Times Square.[65]

George (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 74 0001.jpg Appearances: Daredevil #74

George, a member of the Committee, discovered a chemical that could bring temporary blindness so that the band could use it during their raids and thefts without being able to be identified and stopped.[66]

George from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 147 0001.jpg Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #147

A while later, George's car was hit by the Jackal's bus.[67]

George (Tourist) (Earth-616) from Doctor Strange Vol 2 9 001.png Appearances: Doctor Strange (Vol. 2) #9

George was one of the tourists who witnessed Dormammu standing over the Grand Canyon.[68]

George from Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 14 0001.jpg Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #14

Some time later, one night in the Greenwich Village, George and his family saw Spider-Man fighting against strange four-armed creatures.[69]

George (Purifiers) (Earth-616) from Marvel Graphic Novel Vol 1 5 001.png Appearances: Marvel Graphic Novel #5, X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills Extended Cut #1

George was one of the Purifiers who were watching over the X-Men, part of a team who trailed Colossus, his sister, and Ariel from Stevie Hunter's dance school back to the X-Mansion. He wanted to use the opportunity to kill Hunter before doing so but was dissuaded by his partner, who reminded George that the X-Men were the priority, and "race traitors" would be dealt with later. He may or may not have been among the Purifiers who later kidnapped Ariel and Illyana, and wound up fighting the X-Men and Magneto aboard a subway train in the South Bronx.[70]

George (Queens) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 261 001.png Appearances: Fantastic Four #261

George and Harry went to the destroyed parking lot where the Silver Surfer defeated Doctor Doom.[71]

George (Earth-616) from Solo Avengers Vol 1 7 0001.jpg Appearances: Solo Avengers #7

George was a member of the terrorist group of the Bartovian Liberation Front who stormed Orly International Airport in Paris just as Hawkey, Silver Sable and Sandman were arriving who confronted and captured them.[72]

George (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 362 0001.jpg Appearances: Incredible Hulk #362

An elderly native who owned a gas station in the Nevada desert, George came to the aid of Marlo Chandler when she had a car accident in the desert. George accompanied Marlo to his gas station and there they were both attacked by the Werewolf who blocked George under Marlo's car hood.[73]

George (Earth-616) from Daredevil Annual Vol 1 8 0001.jpg Appearances: Daredevil Annual #8

George was Mazzilli's chauffeur, a businessman and drug runner.[74]

George (Rand) (Earth-616) from Sensational Spider-Man Vol 1 7 001.png Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man #7

George was a suicidal jumper who climbed the Rand Building, but was eventually rescued by Spider-Man (Ben Reilly).[75]

George (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 2 33 0001.jpg Appearances: Thor (Vol. 2) #33

George was a client of the Chez Paul restaurant that was suffocating from having swallowed badly food and had to intervene the ambulance of Jake Olson and Christine Collins to save him.[76]

George (Earth-616) from Marvel's Voices Legacy Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Marvel's Voices: Legacy #1

George was a vampire who in the company of Ian's uncle and another vampire attacked the boy and his friend Michelle in her father's shop where they went to retrieve the bag that Ian had hidden inside with the material to fight Ian's uncle who had become a vampire, but only Blade's intervention saved the boys who eliminated the vampires.[77]

George (Earth-616) from Punisher War Zone Vol 1 12 0001.jpg Appearances: Punisher: War Zone #12

George was one of psychopaths who was brainwashed in the Psychoville project to make him a perfect assassin but was one of the first who the treatment gave disorders, making him once again psychotic trying to kill the woman who acted as his wife Alice.[78]


Georgia (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 570 001.png Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #570

Georgia was one of Bill Hollister's assistants.[79]


Georgie (Kid) (Earth-616) from Eternals Annual Vol 1 1977 001.png Appearances: Eternals Annual #1

Georgie was saved by Karkas from Attila the Hun.[80]

Georgie (Texas) (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 111 001.png Appearances: X-Men #111

Georgie was one of the circus workers at "Mr. Mike's One-Ring Traveling Tent Show" in Sullivan County.[81]

Georgie (Earth-616) from Mighty Thor Vol 1 409 001.jpg Appearances: Mighty Thor #409

Georgie and his partner Richie were two burglars provided hi-tech equipment by Doctor Doom, as part of an elaborate ruse to steal Mjolnir.[82]

Georgie (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 80 001.png Appearances: Spider-Man #80

Georgie and Larry were ordered by Hammerhead to get rid of Peter Parker.[2]


No Image Female.jpg Appearances: Iron Fist #3

Georgina was a counter woman for a fish and chips shop near the GPO Tower. She was serving a police officer at the takeaway window when he told her to keep his order warm while he checked out a suspicious sound, having managed to faintly hear Iron Fist breaking into the tower.[83]


Georgio (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 177 001.png Appearances: Daredevil #177

Georgio knew Heather Glenn at a cocktail party in SoHo.[84]


Gerald from Patsy Walker Vol 1 29 0001.jpg Appearances: Patsy Walker #29

Gerald was a teaching assistant in Miss Finchley's music appreciation class at Centerville High School.[85]


Geraldine (Earth-616) from Knights of X Vol 1 2 001.jpg Appearances: Knights of X #2

Geraldine was a resident of Crooked Market in Otherworld and was a contact of Gambit to whom she revealed a passage to a tavern where all undesirables under Merlyn's rule were hiding .[86]


Gerard (Earth-616) from Black Panther Vol 1 9 001.png Appearances: Black Panther #9

Gerard was the director of a science fiction movie which was being filmed in Sudan.[87]


Gerry (London) (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 5 19 001.png Appearances: Captain America (Vol. 5) #19

Gerry was an underground arms dealer in London who was interrogated by Captain America and Spitfire.[88]


Gervase (Podunk Slam) (Earth-616) from Marvel Fanfare Vol 1 38 0001.jpg Appearances: Marvel Fanfare #38

An old man to whom the Mask of Death by Koala Mumba guaranteed youth along with four other men to the detriment of various teenagers without their knowledge. They were forced to become members of the very successful boy-band among the teenagers of the Podunk Slam by Mr. Appletree, the one who had made them rejuvenate using the mask. But when Moon Knight showed them what was happening to their fans, they all gave up their success and youth by destroying the mask.[89]


Gezdbadah (Earth-616) from Deadpool The Circle Chase Vol 1 2 0001.png Appearances: Deadpool: The Circle Chase #2

Mr. Foley, personal assistant of Mr. Tolliver gave Mr. Gezdbadah a disc for safekeeping, which contained information regarding Tolliver's will. Chased by several mercenaries, Mr. Gezdbadah's briefcase was eventually stolen by Black Tom and the Juggernaut.[90]


Gibbs (Earth-616) from Devil's Reign Spider-Man Vol 1 1 001.jpg Appearances: Devil's Reign: Spider-Man #1

Gibbs was hired by The Rose to capture Spider-Man. Pretending to be a member of Mayor Wilson Fisk's Thunderbolt Units, he arrested Spider-Man right after the Human Torch and the Thing helped him escape, putting him on a power-inhibiting collar. While being transported to the Rose's lair, however, Spider-Man realized they weren't cops and escaped their capture, much to the Rose's chagrin.[91]


Mr. Gilbert (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 17 001.jpg Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #17

At the head of a criminal operation led by a video station for the Kingpin, his operation was opposed and dismantled by Spider-Man and as a punishment the Kingpin broke both his legs.[92]


Gilda (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 164 001.png Appearances: Fantastic Four #164

Gilda witnessed the Invisible Woman and the Thing run to rescue the Human Torch and Mister Fantastic.[93]


Gillian (Polydyne) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 309 001.png Appearances: Avengers #309

Dr. Gillian agreed to finance Professor Harker's design project.[94]


Gina (Earth-616) from Emma Frost Vol 1 11 0001.jpg Appearances: Emma Frost #11

Gina was Lucien Goff's first love.[95]

Gina (Cyclone) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 500 0001.png Appearances: Daredevil #500

Gina came across Daredevil during a fight against Bullseye. She then talked to him until he recovered about both of them's motivations to fight each other.[96]


Giselle (Earth-616) from Conan the Barbarian Vol 1 166 001.png Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #166

Giselle was the daughter of a peasant, who was sold to Baron Mort-Pointard to be given as a gift for his champion Gargantax. Despite the giant's attempts to win her admiration and affection, she simply couldn't love him, so she ran away. Since the titan was inconsolate and would not fight, the baron sent his men to recapture her, but Giselle was eventually saved by Conan and Fafnir. Conan left with Giselle in an effort to take her to safety in the countryside, but they both ended up caught by the baron's men, while Fafnir was chosen to challenge Gargantax. In the arena, Giselle rushed down to stop the giant from killing his opponents, distracting him enough so that Conan could wound and then skewer and kill Gargantax.[16]


Gish (Earth-616) from Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 218 001.png Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #218

Gish was a street thug who was confronted and defeated by Puma.[97]


Giuseppe (Earth-616) from Marvel Vol 1 2 0001.jpg Appearances: Marvel #2

Giuseppe was a pastry chef whose famous cannoli were highly coveted by Thing and Spider-Man.[98]


Gladys (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 181 001.png Appearances: Avengers #181

Gladys spotted the Beast outside the Regency theatre.[99]

Gladys (Earth-616) from Marvel Vol 1 4 0001.jpg Appearances: Marvel #4

Gladys screamed in alarm to her husband Henry that there was a 300-foot flying dragon flying over the city, unable to distract him from reading her newspaper with Henry telling her that there was always something odd to hear her.[100]


Gleason (Earth-616) from X-Factor Vol 1 204 001.png Appearances: X-Factor #204

Gleason was part of the Mutant Response Division's squad who ambushed X-Factor while they were tracking Titania.[101]


Glen (Earth-616) Point One Vol 1 1.jpg Appearances: Point One #1

Glen was the leader of a gang that tried to rob the Queen City Bank in Charlotte, North Carolina, but was beaten by Kaine and arrested along with his gang.[102]


Glenda (Earth-616) from Wolverine Annual Vol 2 1 001.png Appearances: Wolverine Annual (Vol. 2) #1

Smitty's mother, Glenda was a crack addict.[103]


Glenn (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 425 001.png Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #425

Glenn and Mark witnessed a group of ninjas rob a grave in broad daylight at Cypress Hills Cemetery.[104]

Glen (Earth-616) from Black Panther The Man Without Fear Vol 1 521 0001.jpg Appearances: Black Panther: The Man Without Fear #521

Josh Glenn's wife was an apathetic woman with chronic fatigue syndrome who ignored her husband's complaints about his work and what was going on under his concept of justice. After losing his job and his constant racist ranting, she kicked him out of the house with a restraining order.[105]


Glorana (Earth-616) from Savage Sword of Conan Vol 1 219 001.png Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #219

Glorana was a girl of the Greybear Clan, who met Conan while Hakar was escorting her to her uncle. When Grimm attacked them, she was eventually rescued by Conan.[106]


Gloria (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 26 001.png Appearances: Avengers #26

In an East-Side night club, Hawkeye showed Gloria his fascinating-looking Avengers signal ring.[107]

Gloria from Deadpool Suicide Kings Vol 1 3 0001.jpg Appearances: Deadpool: Suicide Kings #3

Some times later, Gloria became John O'Shea's lover.[108]

Gloria (Salem) (Earth-616) from Doctor Strange Season One Vol 1 1 001.png Appearances: Doctor Strange: Season One #1

Gloria was Senator Ricky White's assistant.[109]


Gloss (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 169 001.png Appearances: Daredevil #169

Dr. Gloss ran the Midtown Hospital. She informed Nick Manolis and Daredevil of Bullseye's growing brain tumor and his increasing obsession with Daredevil.[110]


Gnut (Earth-616) from Conan the Adventurer Vol 1 8 001.png Appearances: Conan the Adventurer #8

Gnut was the mute man-servant of Avoosl Wuthoqquan, who was sent after Conan to kill him and get his master's money back, but he was swiftly killed by the Cimmerian.[111]


Goff (Earth-616) from Emma Frost Vol 1 11 0001.jpg Appearances: Emma Frost #11

When he was a child, Lucien Goff's father pointed the gun at him and his mother served as a shield.[95]

Goff (Earth-616) from Emma Frost Vol 1 11 0002.jpg Appearances: Emma Frost #11

Lucien's mother stood between her son and her husband who pointed his gun at him when Lucien was still a child.[95]


No Image Male.jpg Appearances: Thunderbolts #-1
Mentions: Thunderbolts: Breaking Point #1; Thunderbolts: From the Marvel Vault #1

Melissa Gold's father had already been dead for two years when Jack Monroe, using an image inducer, appeared as Melissa in his trailer and his neighbor Tim McConnaghey told him/her about what had happened.[112]


Golightly (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 34 001.png Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #34

Miss Golightly was eventually rescued from Athabasca Ike by the Hunter in Darkness.[113]


Gomer (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Unlimited Vol 1 22 001.png Appearances: Spider-Man Unlimited #22

Gomer was the leader of the Fist of Freedom paramilitary group. Gomer's aim was to make America great again by removing the immigrants from the country and aimed to start this process by bombing the capital. The group was defeated by the Scorpion who squired acid onto Gomer's eyes.[114]


Gomez (Earth-616) from Werewolf by Night Vol 3 2 0001.jpg Appearances: Werewolf by Night (Vol. 3) #2

Mentioned: Werewolf by Night (Vol. 3) #1

Jake's father chose another path for how to use his werewolf powers, using them within a criminal gang.[115]

Gomez (Earth-616) from Werewolf by Night Vol 3 2 0002.jpg Appearances: Werewolf by Night (Vol. 3) #2

Mentioned: Werewolf by Night (Vol. 3) #1

Jake's mother became seriously ill when Jake was still a little boy.[115]


Gonzales (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 32 001.png Appearances: Avengers #32

Mr. Gonzales was harassed and beaten by the Sons of the Serpent.[116]


Goodwin (Earth-616) from Venom Vol 1 11 001.png Appearances: Venom #11

Mr. Goodwin was a research scientist from Mesa Verde who was used as a test subject for the Venom symbiote.[117]


Gordy (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 182 001.png Appearances: Avengers #182

Gordy spotted a flying sink over Bowery.[118]


Goro (Yashida) (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 1 4 001.png Appearances: Wolverine #4

Goro was a heroin drug dealer affiliated with Clan Yashida who was defeated by Wolverine.[119]


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

Gort was hired by Frank Drake to remove Dracula's tomb.[120]


Mrs Goulart (Earth-616) from New Mutants 1 7 0001.png Appearances: New Mutants #7

Mrs. Goulart was the shopkeeper at Sal's Costume Shop in Rio de Janeiro. Members of the New Mutants came to purchase costumes at the shop. The shop was damaged when the students battled Axe.


Grace (Earth-616) from Thunderbolts Vol 1 167 0001.jpg Appearances: Thunderbolts #167

Grace was a prostitute whose body was possessed by the spirit of a Wicca belonging to the ancient Celtic tribe of the Iceni who woke up when Satana arrived in London, convinced that she was the mighty matriarch they had been waiting for and that would guide them.[121]


Gracie from Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Vol 2 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #1

Gracie was a homeless veteran who stood at the corner of the Third and the Bowery, and to whom Peter always gave a little financial help.[36]


Grainger (Earth-616) from Deadpool Vol 4 41 001.jpg Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #41

Mrs. Grainger was the homeowner of Dr. Whitby. Upon returning home after a few days of sleeping at her workplace in Crossmore, Mrs. Grainger politely asks her if she were to stay out of the house for any longer periods of time to empty the trash and empty the fridge because some tenants had complained about the smell.[122]


Mrs. Grayson (Earth-616) from Tex Taylor Vol 1 5 0001.jpg Appearances: Tex Taylor #5

He turned to Sheriff Blaze Carson, fearing for the life of her husband Harry as he went to the village saloon to discuss with Ace Dorman.[123]


Mr. Greepy (Earth-N) from Marvel Boy Vol 2 3 001.png Appearances: Marvel Boy (Vol. 2) #3

Mr. Greepy is the CEO of the alien Living Corporation Hexus and could take any physical appearance of his choice. He and the whole Corporation was defeated and eliminated by Noh-Varr as ordered by Plex.[124]


Greg (Magnum) (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 118 001.png Appearances: X-Men #118

Greg was one of Moses Magnum's Deterrence Research Corporation workers.[125]

Greg (Earth-616) from Thunderbolts Vol 1 4 001.png Appearances: Thunderbolts #4

In a television station near the Adirondack Mountains, Greg received a remote broadcast from the Thunderbolts, while they were fighting Arnim Zola inside Doctor Doom's Castle.[126]

Greg (Earth-616) from Sentinel Vol 1 3 001.jpg Appearances: Sentinel #1, Sentinel #2, Sentinel #4, Sentinel #5, Sentinel #6

Greg and Josh were two senior jock bullies at Antigo Senior High who took pleasure in tormenting Juston and his friends.[127][128]


Gregor (Province 13) (Earth-616) from X-Men Liberators Vol 1 2 001.png Appearances: X-Men: Liberators #2 & X-Men: Liberators #4

Gregor was a soldier who captured Wolverine while he was hunting in the woods.[129]
He was later assigned to watch over Omega Red in Province 13.[130]


Gregori (Knight Templar) (Earth-616) from Web of Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 9 001.png Appearances: Web of Spider-Man Annual #9

Gregori lived in the monastery where an unidentified woman left a trio of Hellbent infants, who would be known as the Cadre. Gregori raised the children, until, like the rest of the Knights Templar, he was slaughtered by the hellbents sent by Seth. His body was then found the next day by the Hellbent trio.[131]


Gregson (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 5 4 0001.jpg Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 5) #4

Mrs. Gregson was the wife of Robert Gregson, a real estate agent who carried out a massacre in a shopping mall under the control of an alien weapon and was killed by Wolverine before he could even kill his son Alex. Finally, Mrs. Gregson and Alex were crying over the memory of their loved one.[132]


Green (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 129 001.png Appearances: Strange Tales #129

Dr. Green was one of the three skeptical scientists of the 'Twelfth Hour' television program, who were sucked into the Sixth Dimension by the Screaming Idol. They were eventually freed by Dr. Strange, who defeated Tiboro and cast a spell of forgetfulness so that knowledge of other realms and magic were still an unknown to the common man.[133]


Gretchen (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 225 001.png Appearances: Daredevil #225

Gretchen and Harold witnessed Daredevil and the Vulture crashing through their windows.[134]


Gretchin (Earth-616) from Giant-Size Chillers Featuring Curse of Dracula Vol 1 1 001.png Appearances: Giant-Size Chillers Featuring Curse of Dracula #1

Gretchin was a gypsy who took care of Lilith after her mother's death.[135]


Griff (Earth-616) from Captain America Annual Vol 1 11 0001.jpg Appearances: Captain America Annual #11

Griff was one of Taskmaster's trainees whom he unleashed to flush out and eliminate Tyrone McQuaid after he dared to flee Taskmaster Academy. In defense of Tyrone intervened Falcon who defeated all Taskmaster's students while testing his new costume.[136]


Gringukk (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Vol 6 27 0001.jpg Appearances: Fantastic Four (Vol. 6) #27

After being housed with the other refugee aliens by the Fantastic Four, he betrayed them by communicating to the Griever that Franklin Richards no longer possessed his powers and that it was the right time to strike. Lyja discovered Gringukk's betrayal and warned the Fantastic Four who prepared a plot that temporarily blocked the Griever and captured Gringukk.[137]


Grizette (Earth-616) from Emma Frost Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Emma Frost #1, Emma Frost #2

Ms. Grizette was the fencing teacher at Snow Valley School for Girls and from which Emma Frost guessed, not knowing that she was still a telepath, that during the lesson she would have confronted her with Matilda Brant.[138]
During her fencing class after the midterm exams, Mrs. Grizette again compared Emma Frost and Matilda Brant after catching them chatting during the class.[139]


Gudrun (Hyboria) (Earth-616) from Conan the Adventurer Vol 1 6 001.png Appearances: Conan the Adventurer #6

Daughter of Ahirn and Hylda, Gudrun was kidnapped and killed by a band of Zamoran slavers.[140]


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

Captain Gui was the chief of police of Madripoor and worked in agreement with Tyger Tiger.[141]
Captain Gui participated in the Tyger Tiger ploy to steal the briefcases of the corrupt bankers. Following the EMP provoked by Daken he moved on the streets of Madripoor to avoid the consequent unrest that would occur.[142]

Gui (Earth-616) from Daken Dark Wolverine Vol 1 5 0002.jpg Appearances: Daken: Dark Wolverine #5, Daken: Dark Wolverine #6

Mrs. Gui was the wife of the Madripoor police chief, and was concerned about the relationship between her husband and Tyger Tiger.[141]
Mrs. Gui stayed home with her children when Daken took all kinds of energy out of the EMP.[142]


Guido (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 210 001.png Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #210

Guido was a Calabrese window washer who was saved from a falling platform by Rogue.[143]


Guiness (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 2 77 001.png Appearances: Incredible Hulk (Vol. 2) #78, Incredible Hulk (Vol. 2) #81

Mr. Guiness was Bruce Banner's high school principal.[144]
He locked Bruce in the boiler room when he unwillingly set up a bomb inside the school.[145]


Guinevere (F.E.A.S.T.) (Earth-616) from Scream Curse of Carnage Vol 1 6 001.png Appearances: Scream: Curse of Carnage #5, Scream: Curse of Carnage #6

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Guinevere was neglected by her parents -- particularly her father -- and eventually ran away from home. Winding up on the streets of Manhattan, she began staying at the F.E.A.S.T. Center under the care of May Parker.[146]
Noticing a new girl, Andi Benton, had begun staying at the shelter, Guinevere was intrigued and eventually introduced herself. Not put off by Andi's standoffishness and refusal to give her own name, Guinevere figured it out on her own and left a note inviting Andi to meet her at Coney Island. When Andi arrived, Guinevere - seeking to get to know her better - told Andi how she had come to live in New York; and when Andi inquired whether her parents had tried to find her, Guinevere bitterly remarked that as far as her father was concerned she was a waste of space. When Guinevere turned the question around on Andi and asked if she had anyone looking for her, Andi shut down the conversation and left, leaving Guinevere confused and dismayed.[147]


Gurko (Earth-616) from Conan the Adventurer Vol 1 6 001.png Appearances: Conan the Adventurer #6

Gurko was a member of the band of slavers who killed Ahirn and his family; he was in turn killed by Conan.[140]


Gus (Fogwell) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Battlin' Jack Murdock Vol 1 3 001.png Appearances: Daredevil: Battlin' Jack Murdock #3

Gus was a doorman at Fogwell's Gym.[148]

Gus (Earth-616) from Hulk Vol 2 30.1 0001.jpg Appearances: Hulk (Vol. 2) #30.1, Hulk (Vol. 2) #33

Mentions: Hulk (Vol. 2) #31

Gus was a Life-Model Decoy of the Gamma Base. Gus showed various sequences filmed about General Fortean's career advancement.[149]
Gus was destroyed by Black Fog in the Mojave Desert, but not before he managed to deliver the cure for the nanite mines to Ross.[150]


Gustav (Earth-616) from Doomwar Vol 1 4 0001.jpg Appearances: Doomwar #4

Gustav was a Latverian soldier on guard at Checkpoint E. He passed the one he thought was a Symkarian fortune teller, while in fact it was Deadpool in disguise who killed Gustav and another guard there.[151]


Gustave (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 59 001.png Appearances: Fantastic Four #59

In a remote city in the heart of Europe, Gustave witnessed Dr. Doom turning the skies pitch black using Silver Surfer's powers.[152]


Juan (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four ¡Isla de la Muerte! Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Fantastic Four: ¡Isla de la Muerte! #1

Gustavo was among the festive crowd in San Juan that celebrated Ben Grimm as El Morrito and was recognized by Ben and greeted by him.[153]


Gypsy (Earth-616) from Amazing Fantasy Vol 1 13 0001.jpg Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #13

When Bruno came to hide in her shop from the police, she trapped him inside her crystal ball. [154]


Gywnella (Earth-616) from Conan the Barbarian Vol 1 157 0001.png Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #157

Gywnella was born and raised as a royal princess in the Corinthian city-state of Nywenth La, cared for by tutors and governesses and surrounded by immense wealth. She became friends and then secret lovers with Symon, the eldest son of a lowly palace servant, until, at sixteen, her father promised her in marriage to the king of Berthalia. Despite her protests, she moved to Berthalia, but she was later kidnapped by Symon, dressed as a evil wizard, who protected her against anyone intending to bring her back to the king. As Conan learned their story, he decided to leave them in peace and discouraged the king to even send more men.[155]


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