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.
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.
One night, Garn found an unconsciously wounded Conan just outside his house in Cimmeria, supposedly left by a goddess.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.