- 1 Character Index - J
- 1.1 J.A.
- 1.2 J.B.
- 1.3 J.C.
- 1.4 Jack
- 1.5 Jackie
- 1.6 Jackson
- 1.7 Jacob
- 1.8 Jacques
- 1.9 Jacquet
- 1.10 Jake
- 1.11 Jakes
- 1.12 Jaleel
- 1.13 Jaime
- 1.14 Jamaal
- 1.15 Jamar
- 1.16 James
- 1.17 Jamie
- 1.18 Jamilah
- 1.19 Jan
- 1.20 Jane
- 1.21 Janet
- 1.22 Janey
- 1.23 Jangles
- 1.24 Janice
- 1.25 Janie
- 1.26 Janos
- 1.27 Janssen
- 1.28 Jarl
- 1.29 Jasmine
- 1.30 Jason
- 1.31 Jasper
- 1.32 Jassim
- 1.33 Javi
- 1.34 Jaxon
- 1.35 Jay
- 1.36 Jaz
- 1.37 Jean
- 1.38 Jean-Pierre
- 1.39 Jeanette
- 1.40 Jeanie
- 1.41 Jeanne
- 1.42 Jeb
- 1.43 Jed
- 1.44 Jeeves
- 1.45 Jeff
- 1.46 Jeffrey
- 1.47 Jeffy
- 1.48 Jen
- 1.49 Jenkins
- 1.50 Jenner
- 1.51 Jenni
- 1.52 Jennifer
- 1.53 Jennings
- 1.54 Jenny
- 1.55 Jensen
- 1.56 Jenson
- 1.57 Jeremy
- 1.58 Jerome
- 1.59 Jerry
- 1.60 Jessie
- 1.61 Jill
- 1.62 Jillian
- 1.63 Jim
- 1.64 Jim-Bob
- 1.65 Jimmie
- 1.66 Jimmy
- 1.67 Jino
- 1.68 Jiro
- 1.69 Joan
- 1.70 Joanie
- 1.71 Joanne
- 1.72 Joao
- 1.73 Jock
- 1.74 Jocko
- 1.75 Joe
- 1.76 Joel
- 1.77 Joey
- 1.78 Joey B
- 1.79 Joey the Bone
- 1.80 Johann
- 1.81 John
- 1.82 John-John
- 1.83 John-Johns
- 1.84 Johnnie
- 1.85 Johnny
- 1.86 Johnson
- 1.87 Jonah
- 1.88 Jones
- 1.89 Jongor
- 1.90 Jordan
- 1.91 Jose
- 1.92 Josef
- 1.93 Joseph
- 1.94 Josh
- 1.95 Joshua
- 1.96 Josie
- 1.97 Josip
- 1.98 Joten
- 1.99 Joyce
- 1.100 Juan
- 1.101 Jude
- 1.102 Judith
- 1.103 Judy
- 1.104 Ju-Ho
- 1.105 Juka
- 1.106 Jukie
- 1.107 Jules
- 1.108 Julie
- 1.109 Julio
- 1.110 Justin
- 2 References
Character Index - J
|Appearances: Fear Itself: The Home Front #1
J. A. was an elderly retired man from Broxton who found himself in financial difficulties and was forced to work as a waiter in a diner in the town, having to serve the multitude of tourists who visited Broxton to see the Asgardians.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #82, Daredevil #165|
|Appearances: Spider-Man #84|
|Appearances: Captain America #170|
|Appearances: Nova #1|
|Appearances: Incredible Hulk #383|
|Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #110
Only eight miles outside Lubbock, Jack and Rog noticed a vehicle in trouble. While they were investigating the scene, the Lizard slithered on board of their truck. The two truckers, who were working for 'Louisiana Leathers', were allegedly slaughtered by the villain near the Mississippi border.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #6|
|Appearances: Avengers Vol 3 #21|
|Appearances: Captain America Vol 4 #1|
|Appearances: Haunt of Horror: Lovecraft #1
Jack and his companion Yagar went an expedition to find his lost father. After finding a trinket, Jack experienced a vision of events that took place centuries ago where Jack's ancestor led a group of warriors to kill many innocent people, including a witch who cursed the warrior's family line until the end of time. After coming out of the vision, Jack turned to see Yagar bearing the face of the witch woman killed so long ago. The woman smiled and repeated her original curse, at which point Jack turned into a skeleton and died.
|Appearances: Invincible Iron Man Vol 2 #10|
|Appearances: Storm Vol 3 #6|
|Appearances: Black Panther #14, Black Panther #15
A member of the Harlem gang the Thunderbolts, Jackie used the Sonic Disruptor against the Black Panther while he was under Klaw's influence.
|Appearances: X-Men / Spider-Man #1|
|Appearances: Spider-Man #45|
|Appearances: 4 #5, 4 #6, 4 #7
Jacob and Jeff were filmmakers who were making a documentary about the Jersey Devil.
|Appearances: Immortal Iron Fist #2|
|Appearances: Marvels #1|
|Appearances: Captain America Comics #1
Jake was a Piggy Perroni henchman. When Mike Curry went to Perroni pretending he wanted to become his henchman, Jake and another henchman stopped him with a gun. After making sure Mike wasn't a cop, they started making fun of him for his appearance and Mike spinning at super speed, laid Jake and the other henchman on the ground.
|Appearances: X-Men #118|
|Appearances: Daredevil #238|
|Appearances: Punisher War Journal #53
He was among the members of the Sword of Liberty who tried to flush out the Punisher but was easily overwhelmed by him when he first broke his leg and finally killed him giving him the coup de grace with the gun.
|Appearances: Infinity Crusade #1|
|Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #110|
|Appearances: Daredevil Vol 3 #24|
|Appearances: Wolverine Vol 2 #11|
|Appearances: Daredevil Vol 3 #7|
|Appearances: Wolverine Vol 2 #36|
|Appearances: Daredevil Vol 2 #116, Daredevil #500
Jaime was the son of Marta, a woman who met and started a relationship with Wilson Fisk when he tried to start a new life in Spain. Fisk became a father figure for Jaime and his sister Adriana, who called him "Uncle Wheelie". However, Jamie and the rest of his family were slaughtered by the Hand and Lady Bullseye.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #548|
|Appearances: Punisher Vol 8 #2|
|Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #11
After a string of mysterious murders of local doctors, Dr. James saw a patient that insisted that there was something wrong with his eyes (even though his nurse warned him that the patient was suspicious). The man turned out to be a vengeful intern who was fired for unauthorized medical procedures and who had spent years mastering the art of hypnosis and was now hypnotizing the doctors who fired him. Dr. James resisted the man's hypnotic commands to walk into traffic, and managed to capture the man and bind him for the authorities.
|Appearances: Captain America Comics #32
Professor James was an archaeologist who discovered the Tomb of Bodeo in Bolivia and the cursed Cup of God, and who in spite of the curse drank from the Cup and went mad thinking he was Bodeo himself.
|Appearances: Tales of Suspense #2
A knight from Camelot, Sir James welcomed Jason Grubb when he arrived from the future, and awaited the magic promised by Grubb who intended to use the technology of the future as "magic", not realizing that his tech did not work in the past. After repeated failures, Sir James got tired of Grubb and his clumsy attempts.
|Appearances: Amazing Adventures #4|
|Appearances: Strange Tales #129
Mr. James was the director of the Twelfth Hour television program. When the three panelists were sucked into the Sixth Dimension by the Screaming Idol, he immediately asked Dr. Strange to rescue them. Once done, Dr. Strange cast a spell of forgetfulness so that no one could remember what happened.
|Appearances: Monsters Unleashed #5, Monsters Unleashed #6, Monsters Unleashed #7, Monsters Unleashed #8
The circus trapeze artist captured by Dr. Wallach, whose brain was imprisoned in the body of the Frankenstein's Monster, in order to use his body, but the brain transfer did not succeed in killing Wallach.
|Appearances: Daredevil #216|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #279|
|Appearances: X-Factor #11|
|Appearances: Alpha Flight #42|
|Appearances: Incredible Hulk Annual #17|
|Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #294
James was the chauffeur who drove the limousine that accompanied Warren and Charlotte for a date.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #37|
|Appearances: Marvelous Adventures of Gus Beezer: Hulk #1, Marvelous Adventures of Gus Beezer: X-Men #1
James was a friend and classmate of Gus Beezer. When there was unusual excitement at school, James told Gus that the Hulk had been spotted outside the school.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Family #5|
|Appearances: Daredevil Vol 3 #4, Daredevil Vol 3 #6|
|Appearances: Legendary Star-Lord #1|
|Appearances: Warlock #8|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #408
Jamie was a Burning Blade gangbanger.
|Appearances: Spider-Man #98
Jamie was Sarah Chan's cameraman.
|Appearances: Fear Itself #1|
|Appearances: Champions Vol 4 #1
Jamilah was a schoolmate of Miles Morales at Brooklyn Visions Academy, and when she met Miles early in school hours she told him that the Champions were about to make an official statement regarding Kamala's Law preventing young people under 21 of not being able to be super-heroes anymore. After the statement, Jamilah said that the Champions were liars and that she was about to start a C.R.A.D.L.E. Junior League and this made her fight with another student who supported the Champions.
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #232
Jan gave the Thing a scuba tank when he crashed into the sporting goods store where she was working, allowing him to breathe during a fight against a water elemental sent by Diablo. Jan was then trapped by the same water elemental and was in turn rescued by the Thing.
|Appearances: New X-Men Annual #2001|
|Appearances: Amazing Fantasy Vol 2 #13, Amazing Fantasy Vol 2 #14|
|Appearances: Marvel 75th Anniversary Celebration #1
Jane was saved by fireman David Walker during the Human Torch's first appearance in New York City. 75 years later, Jane requested Jessica Jones's assistance in finding Walker, in order to properly thank him for saving her life.
|Appearances: Daredevil #91, Daredevil #95, Daredevil #101, and Daredevil #107
Janet worked in San Francisco for the Law Office of Broderick, Sloan, and Cranston and would continue working for the firm after Cranston's death. Janet was still working at the the law office when Matt Murdock was made a partner.
|Appearances: Punisher Vol 2 #41|
|Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #52|
|Appearances: Marvel Double Shot #4|
|Appearances: Spider-Man & the Secret Wars #2|
|Appearances: Eternals Annual #1|
|Appearances: Thunderbolts #4
In a television station near the Adirondack Mountains, Janey decided to send to her network a remote broadcast from the Thunderbolts, while they were fighting Arnim Zola inside Doctor Doom's Castle.
|Appearances: Captain America #170 & Captain America #171|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #279|
|Appearances: Totally Awesome Hulk #7|
|Appearances: Havok and Wolverine Meltdown #3|
|Appearances: Avengers Vol 3 #0|
|Appearances: Conan the Adventurer #2|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #332|
|Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #273
Jasmine was a slave of the grey lotus who Conan in a smoke-and-rum stained tavern, but the Cimmerian rejected her. Needing money for Yatha's lotus, she then attempted to ambush him in the night streets of Shadizar the wicked, but she was accidentally killed by her own husband.
|Appearances: West Coast Avengers #3|
|Appearances: Marvel Super-Heroes Vol 2 #4
Jason was Annie's son.
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #560, Fantastic Four #563, Fantastic Four #566|
|Appearances: Marvel Fanfare #60|
|Appearances: Siege #2|
|Appearances: Incredible Hulk #180
Jasper was renowned throughout the county for his stubbornness and hair-trigger temper.
|Appearances: Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Vol 2 #1-4 & 13|
|Appearances: Wolverine Vol 3 #64|
|Appearances: Daredevil Vol 3 #7|
|Appearances: Fear #13, Fear #18, Man-Thing Vol 2 #4
Jaxon was the boyfriend of Jennifer Kale. He became possessed by a demon, under the orders of Thog the Nether-Spawn. Jaxon was used to bring Joshua, Jennifer and Andrew Kale, along with Man-Thing to Sominus. The plan was to get Man-Thing to kill all three Kales. This failed and when they returned to the swamp, Man-Thing burnt the spirit from Jaxon's body. This had the effect of freeing Jaxon from demonic control. Jaxon was later seen saying goodnight to Jennifer. She saw something on his back.
|Appearances: Marvels #2|
|Appearances: Black Widow Vol 3 #1|
|Appearances: Dark Reign: Young Avengers #1|
|Appearances: Daken: Dark Wolverine #5, Daken: Dark Wolverine #6, Daken: Dark Wolverine #7
Jaz was a woman in the service of Tyger Tiger and was among those who dealt with the release of the boys and girls held as sexual slaves by Petrus.
|Appearances: Iron Man Vol 3 #8|
|Appearances: Ironheart #2
Mr. Jean was the owner of a shop in Boston. He was helped by Ironheart to oppose a further request for extortion by a gang of criminals, and despite the heroine's intervention, he felt resigned to yield to the demands of the criminals.
|Appearances: Doctor Strange Vol 2 #78|
|Appearances: Wolverine: Bloodlust #1|
|Appearances: Captain America #614
Jeanie is an overweight, married, middle-aged woman.
|Appearances: Tales of Suspense #40|
|Appearances: Wolverine Vol 3 #63|
|Appearances: Elektra Root of Evil #2|
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #257|
|Appearances: Iron Man #48|
|Appearances: Daredevil #173|
|Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #116|
|Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #135
Jeff and Edward were two twin boys who escaped their house and fell down into a Morlock tunnel in Westchester County. They both were eventually rescued by their babysitter Kitty Pride and Spider-Man.
|Appearances: Spider-Man: The Final Adventure #1|
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #257|
|Appearances: Peter Parker: Spider-Man #4, Doctor Strange Vol 3 #3|
|Appearances: 4 #5, 4 #7
Jeff and Jacob were filmmakers who were making a documentary about the Jersey Devil.
|Appearances: Captain America: Man Out of Time #5
Jeff and his father were following a Dodgers game in an area of the stadium separated from the stands where the whites were. They were approached by Steve Rogers, but Jeff's father, fearing the consequences due to the proximity of a white man, preferred to go away asking Steve not to put strange ideas into the head of the child as baseball was a sport for white people.
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #215|
|Appearances: Fear Itself: The Home Front #2
After the assault of the escapees from the Raft with the intervention of Speedball in defense of citizens of Stamford threatened by criminals, Jeffrey was one of the few to take Speedball's defense and warned Leonard of the situation that was creating.
|Appearances: Incredible Hulk Annual #17|
|Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man #9|
|Appearances: Patsy Walker #29|
|Appearances: Avengers #183|
|Appearances: Darkhold: Pages from the Book of Sins #2
Jenkins was one of the hitmen sent by the Darkholders to kill the Darkhold Redeemers Agent Sam Buchanan and Dr. Louise Hastings at Washington. He was killed in the fire caused by the battle, possibly made to burn himself by Modred.
|Appearances: Motormouth & Killpower #12
Jenner was a police officer who went down to the Thames to investigate a homeless camp. His partner, Alice Cavanaugh, was killed by The Metamorph. Jenner escaped and ran into Death's Head and revealed the full story to him. 
|Appearances: Dark Angel #7, Dark Angel #8|
|Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #63|
|Appearances: Captain America #356, Captain America #357
Jennifer was a runaway teenager who was taken by the Sisters of Sin to brainwash her for their army of teenagers. when she was taken to the camp she was locked up in a niche which started her claustrophobia. Captain America, currently turned into a teenager, freed her but they were both captured and Hoodwink using his mental powers made Captain America believe that he killed her by breaking his neck.
|Appearances: Avengers: West Coast #63|
|Appearances: Captain America Comics #35|
|Appearances: Captain America Vol 3 #7, Uncanny X-Men #513
TV news reporter Jenny documented the Skrullian witchhunt which affected the United States during Captain America's absence. Some time later, she interviewed Norman Osborn at the Dark X-Men press conference.
|Appearances: Captain America #616|
|Appearances: Hellions #2|
|Appearances: Black Panther Vol 4 #1
Jensen was one of Klaue's soldiers who attempted to invade Wakanda in the 19th century. After Klaue had shot all the local Africans he had hired for not wanting to invade Wakanda, the European soldiers had to move the equipment. Jensen fell over from exhaustion and was crushed by a cannon.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #666|
|Appearances: Deadpool: Suicide Kings #2|
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #176|
|Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #131|
|Appearances: Incredible Hulk Vol 2 #70|
|Appearances: Patsy Walker #28, Patsy Walker #107|
|Appearances: Warlock #5|
|Appearances: Doctor Strange Vol 2 #6|
|Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #184
Jerry provided security for the New York nightclub Club D, owned and operated by Nick Damiano. He tried to throw Rachel Summers out of the club, assuming her to be a vagrant or junkie on the run, but was overruled by Nick. When Nick took Rachel back to his apartment, Jerry decided to call and report this incident to Nick's father.
|Appearances: Punisher Vol 3 #2
Jerry was among the handful of henchmen of Geraci Crime Family who did not accept Frank Castle at the head of the organization and fought against him without weapons as ordered by Don Mario Geraci. Jerry was the first to be defeated by Castle
|Appearances: Spider-Man Unlimited #19|
|Appearances: Immortal Iron Fist: Orson Randall and the Death Queen of California #1|
|Appearances: Thunderbolts #154
Walter, his granddaughter and Jerry were fishing in the Everglades when they were attacked by the Vellus-Kar hunters. Gerry managed to kill one of the hunters but when all three were about to be overwhelmed by the other two aliens, Man-Thing and Jennifer Kale intervened who rescued them by killing one and putting the other hunter to flight.
|Appearances: Daredevil #320|
|Appearances: Sentinel #1, Sentinel #2, Sentinel #3, Sentinel #4, Sentinel #5, Sentinel #6, Sentinel #7, Sentinel #10, Sentinel #12, Sentinel Vol 2 #1, Sentinel Vol 2 #2, Sentinel Vol 2 #3, Sentinel Vol 2 #4, Sentinel Vol 2 #5
Jessie was a senior at Antigo Senior High during Juston's sophomore year. The two developed a friendship, and although Juston harbored some romantic feelings their relationship remained platonic because of Jessie's boyfriend who had just moved to Madison to attend college.
|Appearances: X-Men #120|
|Appearances: Daredevil vs. Punisher #6|
|Appearances: Daredevil #323, Daredevil #327, Daredevil #329, Fantastic Four Vol 3 #50
Jillian was a friend of Karen Page.
|Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #8
Jim and his accomplice Sandy attempted to rob a train using dynamite they had stolen from Steve Burnette. After Steve understood Jim and Sandy's intention, he used subterfuge to assault and defeat both evildoers.
|Appearances: Mystic Comics #4|
|Appearances: All Winners Comics #1
Jim was an airline pilot who was forced to make an emergency landing in the jungle of Mexico because of an apparatus designed by the Nazi Mad Gargoyle to reduce the air force of the United States should they decide to enter the war..
|Appearances: Sub-Mariner Comics #4
Jim was one of the workers who was building the gallows for hanging a murderer in the courtyard of the federal court building.
|Appearances: Sub-Mariner Comics #6
Jim was a Benson & Co. driver charged with carrying a box containing a skeleton to Dr. Platt, but was stopped by Dr. Foster and killed by him to be able to replace him with his henchman Stone and deliver Dr. Platt one robotic skeleton to kill him.
|Appearances: Sub-Mariner Comics #7
Jim and his colleague Phil were attacked by two criminals on their observation station. Thinking that Jim's plane was a real one, when they discovered that he was instead a model in a rage, they beat Jim almost to make him dying, but with the little energy left Jim managed to start his model plane with a aid message that reached its goal by making their neighbors rush to save Jim and Phil from certain death.
|Appearances: Patsy Walker #26|
|Appearances: Strange Tales #4
Jim and his wife Martha adopted a small child after the death of his adoptive parents Bill and Jenny Carter, not imagining that the binbo had killed them because he was actually an alien who had taken over the body of the newborn.
|Appearances: Suspense #25
Together with his girlfriend Ellen, Jim came across the race of beings called Were-Rats and was captured by them. Jim agreed to be turned into a Were-Rat in exchange for freedom for Ellen but then Ellen revealed that she was already a Were-Rat, biting Jim and telling him that this was the only way they could marry.
|Appearances: Journey into Mystery #15
Jim discusses with his friends if it is possible that supernatural phenomena occur involving the Devil.
|Appearances: Kid Colt Outlaw #36
Jim was a train engineer who was mobbed and robbed by Crowley and his gang disguised as Indians.
|Appearances: Arrowhead #4
Jim was the sheriff of Mosstown and was in love with Mary Temble. When Mary's family was massacred except for her father, Arrowhead was accused of the massacre even if he was the one who had saved her while the accusers were the true performers of the massacre. Not being aware of the truth, Jim arrested Arrowhead who was still helped to escape from Mary's father.
|Appearances: Strange Tales #51
Jim was a boy who worked on a movie set and befriended an alien. The alien gave Jim suggestions to improve the fuel mixture used for the rocket in the film.
|Appearances: Patsy and Hedy #58
Jim was a nice guy from Centerville who loved dogs and got acquainted with Patsy Walker when she took Mrs. Smith's dog a walk, much to the chagrin of Hedy Wolfe who did not like dogs but who changed her mind because of what had just happened.
|Appearances: Amazing Adventures #3
Jim was a surveyor whose wife was saved from a mountain lion by her magical teddy bear.
|Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #11
Jim's parents perished in an artillery shelling during the American Civil War.
|Appearances: My Love Vol 2 #3|
|Appearances: Amazing Adventures Vol 2 #13
Jim was one of team of workers on the Upper East Side who attacked the Brotherhood of Mutants as they were perpetrating a crime, but were easily chased away by an illusion generated by Mastermind.
|Appearances: Invaders #38
Jim was a man who during the Second World War was reformed because of his heart condition and while he was leaving a theater with his girlfriend suffered an attempted robbery by a criminal who was however thwarted thanks to the intervention of Whizzer.
|Appearances: X-Men #121|
|Appearances: Defenders #117
Jim was Phillip le Guin's best friend, and when Phillip returned to Lakewood after everyone thought he was dead, Jim told him that even though his appearance and his voice was that of Phillip, he was dead and could not come back and so he had to go away.
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #258|
|Appearances: Captain America #307
Jim was a worker at the Big Apple Supermarket where Jack Monroe had just been hired and warned Jack that the store manager was furious with him for leaving the store for two hours and in fact Jack was fired and after telling it to Jim he asked him if he knew where Carmela had gone and Jim told him that they had taken her to Roosevelt Hospital.
|Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #6|
|Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #15
Jim went to the roof of his building armed with a rifle convinced that they were addicted to making noise instead the noise was due to the clash between Spider-Man and Chance and the latter exploited Jim's presence as a diversion to escape Spider-Man.
|Appearances: Fantastic Force #10|
|Appearances: Tales of the Marvel Universe #1|
|Appearances: Avengers: The Ultron Imperative #1|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #43|
|Appearances: Ghost Rider Vol 6 #19|
|Appearances: Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel #5|
|Appearances: Shuri #6
Jim was the manager of a bank in Jersey City that Collision tried to rob. Jim remained a prisoner locked in his office and when the bank was about to collapse only Shuri's providential intervention prevented him from being buried in the rubble.
|Appearances: Man-Thing Vol 2 #10
Jim-Bob was a member of Barnaby Stone's motorcycle gang. While ambushing Andrew Kale, they saw the Man-Thing appear from the swamp and fled on their bikes.
|Appearances: Namor the Sub-Mariner #51
Jim-Bob was a worker on an Oracle oil rig in Louisiana. He says that there had been an accident on the platform but that it had miraculously settled down by herself, not knowing that in fact those who had solved the problem had been Namor.
|Appearances: Marvels Project #2|
|Appearances: Iron Man #46
Jimmy was one of the young people protesting outside the Stark Industries plant against weapons production and for peace.
|Appearances: Daredevil #173|
|Appearances: Spectacular Scarlet Spider #1|
|Appearances: Deadpool #-1|
|Appearances: Thor Vol 2 #5|
|Appearances: Doctor Strange Vol 3 #4|
|Appearances: X-Men: Children of the Atom #1, X-Men: Children of the Atom #2, Iron Man #46
Jimmy was a Freeport High School student and a friend of Hank McCoy.
|Appearances: Spider-Man: Death and Destiny #1|
|Appearances: Spider-Man: Lifeline #3|
|Appearances: Blade Vol 3 #6|
|Appearances: Siege: Captain America #1|
|Appearances: Captain America #616
Jimmy was one of the friends of Nate who, following the passage of a destructive tornado in Redfield, asked to Captain America if he wanted to go with them to see if there was still someone to help.
|Appearances: Spider-Man 2099 Vol 3 #8
Jimmy was held at the 17th Precinct Station House. He broke free of his handcuffs, took an officer's gun, and took a hostage. Unfortunately for him, Spider-Man (Miguel O'Hara) was present, disarming and knocking Jimmy out.
|Appearances: Totally Awesome Hulk #11|
|Appearances: Doctor Strange Vol 5 #10
Jino used a mystical gem to take revenge on boys who were bullying him, but when Tamba, one of the boys, was imprisoned inside the gem, Jino's father had Dr. Strange intervene. However, Jino heroically helped Strange to save Tamba, and the two boys eventually reconciled.
|Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #181|
|Appearances: Captain America #327|
|Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #142|
|Appearances: Daredevil #172|
|Appearances: Spider-Man: Made Men #1|
|Appearances: Fantastic Four: 1 2 3 4 #2|
|Appearances: Deadpool Team-Up #898|
Appearances: Daredevil #191
|Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #8|
|Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #10|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #2
Joe was an editor at NOW magazine who was threatened with dismissal by J. Jonah Jameson when he couldn't produce an actual photograph of The Vulture for the next edition of the magazine. Later, he witnessed Jameson purchase photos of the flying criminal from Peter Parker.
|Appearances: Strange Tales #109|
|Appearances: Tales to Astonish #44|
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #25|
|Appearances: Strange Tales #129
While a cameraman for the Twelfth Hour television program in Manhattan, Joe witnessed the three panelists disappear into the Sixth Dimension, sucked in by the Screaming Idol. Once Dr. Strange rescued them, he also cast a spell of forgetfulness, so that no one could remember what happened.
|Appearances: Daredevil #8|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #30|
|Appearances: Tales of Suspense #83|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #54|
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #68|
|Appearances: Daredevil #44
Joe heard Jonathan Powers declare at the NYPD 11th Precint that he was going to announce Daredevil's secret identity in the center of the George Washington Bridge, so he decided to check him out and witnessed Daredevil apparently commit the callous murder of Powers.
|Appearances: Daredevil #55|
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #166|
|Appearances: Captain Britain #2|
|Appearances: Incredible Hulk Annual #5|
|Appearances: Avengers Spotlight #39
Joe was the MPDC detective who interrogated the Black Knight after his arrest for the murder of the two petty thieves who tried to rob a church and who were killed with a sword. Ultimately the culprit turned out to be the Crusader.
|Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man #7|
|Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man #9, Spectacular Spider-Man #240|
|Appearances: Kingpin #1
Joe was a gang leader who was shot by a Spider-Man impostor.
|Appearances: Avengers: The Ultron Imperative #1|
|Appearances: Free Comic Book Day Vol 2007 #Spider-Man|
|Appearances: Punisher War Journal Vol 2 #7, Punisher War Journal Vol 2 #8, Punisher War Journal Vol 2 #9
Joe was a member of the National Force and the bartender at the bar that served as their front and meeting point.
|Appearances: Venom: Dark Origin #2|
|Appearances: Fear Itself: The Home Front #1
Joe was an elder from the town of Broxton who was arguing in the city diner, in the midst of a crowd of tourists who wanted to see the Asgardians, about the difficulties that their town and its inhabitants were going through.
|Appearances: X-Men #108|
|Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #57
a cameraman for Heartbreak Hospital, Joel followed the She-Hulk and the Hulk to film their fight from a helicopter with Greg Hallerhand.
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #236|
|Appearances: Captain America Vol 4 #4|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #50, Spectacular Spider-Man Magazine #2
Like many other New Yorkers, Joey was concerned that Spider-Man (Peter Parker) had quit his superhero career, after the Daily Bugle reported that Spider-Man's outfit was found in a trash can.
|Appearances: Avengers #77|
|Appearances: Defenders #19|
|Appearances: Daredevil #183
Joey was an angel dust drug user.
|Appearances: Daredevil #326|
|Appearances: Web of Scarlet Spider #1, Amazing Scarlet Spider #1|
|Appearances: Spider-Man #70, Spider-Man: Lifeline #2, Spider-Man: Lifeline #3
Joey, one of Hammerhead's henchmen, was hit by Don Fortunato's men.
|Appearances: X-Men: Children of the Atom #1, X-Men: Children of the Atom #1|
|Appearances: Captain America: Patriot #3|
|Appearances: Captain Marvel #20|
|Appearances: Daredevil Annual Vol 6 #1|
|Appearances: Daredevil #322|
Joey the Bone
|Appearances: Spider-Man Annual #1997|
|Appearances: Wolverine Vol 2 #14, Wolverine Vol 2 #15 & Wolverine Vol 2 #16|
|Appearances: Daredevil Vol 2 #29|
|Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #18|
|Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #23
Black John was one of the escaped prisoners that Professor Dorn mutated to have the same powers as the Sub-Mariner, including the ability to breathe underwater. He and all the other mutants were easily defeated by Namor.
|Appearances: All Winners Comics #19
John was the Millstone police chief. He was abducted by Calcium Master and in his place a statue was placed that represented him minutely, so Calcium Master pretended that he had turned John into a statue with a solution of his own invention and that if he were paid a ransom he would restore him to life.
|Appearances: Sub-Mariner Comics #29
Old John was the groundkeeper of Colonel Carter's estate and it was he and the colonel's daughter Susan who found the General's body, but while the Susan believed her father's death was due to an accident, Old John harbored suspicions and indeed it was he who raised doubts after finding a gun and the true identity of Corso Lenori, looking inside Lenori's car, but just as Old John was peeking into the car, Corso attacked him behind him, stunning him.
|Appearances: Journey Into Unknown Worlds #2
John was a scientist who, after removing a grain from his eye, hypothesized that the grain could be a world, a world so small that its inhabitants would have been completely unaware of his existence. In fact, the grain was indeed a world inside the Microverse.
|Appearances: Strange Tales #15
John was the chauffeur of Mr. Benson, a wealthy man who had an extreme fear of heights.
|Appearances: World of Fantasy #11
A "Dream" from Nightmare's realm, by mistake, induced a nightmare to John while he was asleep; this made John suddenly wake up shouting, which fortunately frightened a thief who was robbing his safe.
|Appearances: Journey into Mystery #56
After mocking the local tales of a haunted lighthouse with his friends, John finds himself sheltering inside it after his fishing boat capsizes during a storm. He searches the lighthouse from top to bottom but finds no evidence of "haunting" until just before midnight when the main light is turned on revealing a mysterious ship coming towards the lighthouse. The ship has a strange glow and lowers several smaller boats containing ghosts into the water. John hides as the ghosts come through the walls and discuss their plans. At one point the ghosts seem to feel his presence but dismiss the feeling as they are sure none of the locals would dare risk being killed by the ghosts. In the morning, John is telling his friends of his ordeal. They laugh at him until he shows them a life-preserver from the "Flying Dutchmen", left behind by the dead sailors.
|Appearances: Tales to Astonish #11|
|Appearances: Tales to Astonish #15
While John and Derek were on a hunting expedition in Africa they came into possession of a medalion where a mastodon was depicted and associating the find with the presence in the place of the legendary elephant graveyard and thinking of finding immense riches of ivory they went into his search , but getting closer and closer to the legendary place Derek was seized by greed and shot John in one leg to appropriate all the ivory he would find, fortunately one of the African guides heard the gunshot and rushed to John's aid bringing him to safety.
|Appearances: Tales of Suspense #23
John and his wife Martha gave up their business to retire to Florida. There they helped an alien to return to his ship and to thank them for their kindness, the alien bathed them (without their knowledge) with the waters of the swamp, which were the fountain of youth. John and Martha lost some memory and they both found themselves rejuvenated, not remembering that they had been elderly and that they had met the alien.
|Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #10
John is intimidated by his acting regent uncle with a toad shape birthmark upon his brow who wants to be king. The regent finally gets the idea to bring the boy to Romani to take away so that he can pretend the prince is dead and seize power. When he wakes the boy in the dead of night, the boy is frightened and refuses to be cowed into submission so the regent falls back upon his threat to use his black magic to transform the prince into a toad. However, the regent's spell backfires on him and the prince laughs at his new toad companion saying that "you forgot that fairy tales always have happy endings."
|Appearances: Strange Tales #104
After being turned into a frog by a sorcerer, the king tyrant Zakkim fell asleep in a trance that would last 1000 years, but once awake Zakkim could reverse the spell. Upon his awakening Zakkim met John and his friend dressed in frog costumes for a party and, thinking he had awakened in a land where humans has evolved into giant frogs, Zakkim went back into his trance to never have to wake up again.
|Appearances: Hero for Hire #10|
|Appearances: Captain America Annual #3|
|Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #70|
|Appearances: Iron Man #115
John was the doorman at Tony Stark's apartment building in Manhattan.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #187|
|Appearances: Thor #337|
|Appearances: Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #113
John and three other young thugs tried to take revenge on Ernie Popchik for shooting them during a robbery attempt. They went to the house of Aunt May, which served as a boarding house where Ernie lived, and took all the pensioners, including Aunt May and Ernie, hostage until the timely intervention of Spider-Man. John was killed by special police squads who intervened to rescue the hostages.
|Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #74, Marvel Comics Presents #75, Marvel Comics Presents #76, Marvel Comics Presents #77
John was Sir Guy Cross-Wallace's partner for smuggling. He was present when Cross-Wallace tried to marry Shanna and could not stand the theatricality of that ritual.
|Appearances: Wolverine and The Punisher: Damaging Evidence #2|
|Appearances: Strange Combat Tales #4|
|Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #150|
|Appearances: Incredible Hulk vs. Venom #1
John was the mail delivery officer at the KLX-TV building.
|Appearances: Typhoid #1, Typhoid #2|
|Appearances: Spider-Man/Punisher: Family Plot #2|
|Appearances: Generation X Holiday Special #1|
|Appearances: Daredevil Vol 2 #12
After two years of struggling with multiple sclerosis and then being fired, John thought of suicide so that his savings would be enough for his family, but just as he was about to commit suicide the rapist "Mad Dog" crashed into his car and simultaneously John was handed a wanted poster with a corresponding reward for Mad Dog, so John turned the gun with (with which he intended to commit suicide) on Mad Dog to capture him and collect the reward.
|Appearances: Wolverine Annual #2000|
|Appearances: Deadpool #57, Deadpool #58
John was a mutant with little control over his powers. On one occasion, he blew up his house.
|Appearances: Avengers Icons: The Vision #2, Avengers Icons: The Vision #3|
|Appearances: Thor Vol 2 #54|
|Appearances: Sentinel #7, Sentinel #9|
|Appearances: Venom #13|
|Appearances: Civil War: Front Line #3|
|Appearances: Sub-Mariner Vol 2 #2|
|Appearances: Sub-Mariner Vol 2 #4
John was present in the Unocorp Building when there was a terrorist attack by Cell-13 that used the Atlantean Extractor to kill people in the building by suffocating them.
|Appearances: World War Hulk: Front Line #4
John was the barman in a bar in New York where Sally Floyd was a regular customer and where even aliens were being served.
|Appearances: X-Men: Legacy #210
A man at a service station in Eastern Australia who advised Rogue not to go further because he would have faced only six hundred miles of desert while his bike could at most go through 200 to 250 miles.
|Appearances: War Machine Vol 2 #9|
|Appearances: Marvel Boy: The Uranian #2|
|Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #534.1|
|Appearances: Daredevil Vol 3 #7|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #700.5
John's son, Tommy, intervened during a robbery attempt trying to help Spider-Man who had always been an example for him but was hit in the back by a gunshot fired by a robber. Initially, John was furious at Spider-Man as the culprit of his son's injury, but after Tommy died of his injuries, John handed Peter Parker a comic book designed by Tommy starring Spider-Man telling him to give it to Spider-Man since he knew him and to tell him not to blame himself.
|Appearances: All-New X-Factor #12|
|Appearances: Daredevil Vol 5 #18
John was a prison guard on duty in the prison where Killgrave was incarcerated using a special equipment not to be controlled by him. Inconsiderably John made an agreement with Killgrave that if he had influenced a woman, Melissa, whom John liked, John in return wold grant perks to Killgrave. Killgrave agreed, but when John brought Melissa to Killgrave without protection, Killgrave ordered Melissa to love John to death until Melissa killed John and then freed Killgrave always under his commands.
|Appearances: Marvel Fanfare #48
John-John was an American soldier who during the Vietnam War asked one of his fellow soldiers Bubba if it was the case that he continued to abuse the heroine, and feeling judged Bubba came out of the trench where they had repaired, at which John-John chased out from the trench Bubba telling him that it was not safe to get out of the shelter and just in that while he was hit by enemy fire and was killed.
|Appearances: Storm Vol 3 #2
John-John was a runaway who was welcomed into the community created by Callisto, now simply human after M-Day, in the Morlock's The Alley. John-John in turn found Angie Williams sleeping in the subway and told her he knew a safe place and took her to the Callisto's community.
|Appearances: Adventures into Terror #14
A native foreman, he poisons his cruel boss for his beatings of the laborers but the boss promises to turn over a new leaf if he is given the antidote. The boss is led to a group of trees and he carves an 'X' into one of the healing trees. When he recovers, he goes back to being sadistic, so John-Johns poisons him again. The boss just laughs and kills John-Johns, but when he returns to the trees, he finds John-Johns has had his revenge from beyond the grave for they are all marked with an 'X'.
|Appearances: X-Men #122|
|Appearances: X-Men #120|
|Appearances: Longshot #3|
|Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #72|
|Appearances: Captain America Vol 4 #1|
|Appearances: Scarlet Witch Vol 2 #7|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #406|
|Appearances: Punisher Vol 11 #2|
|Appearances: Ms. Marvel Vol 4 #8, Ms. Marvel Vol 4 #9, Ms. Marvel Vol 4 #10, Ms. Marvel Vol 4 #11|
|Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #14
Jones was a policeman who managed to repel an alien invasion.
|Appearances: Journey into Mystery #84|
|Appearances: Journey into Mystery #92|
|Appearances: Spider-Man #31|
|Appearances: ClanDestine #6|
|Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #227|
|Appearances: Spider-Man & the Secret Wars #2|
|Appearances: Magneto: Not a Hero #2 & Magneto: Not a Hero #3|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #17|
|Appearances: Spider-Man Unlimited #8|
|Appearances: Punisher Vol 10 #5|
|Appearances: Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Vol 2 #1|
|Appearances: Champions Vol 4 #2
Jose was one of the guys who participated in the march in Chicago against the law that banned underages from being superheroes
|Appearances: Motion Picture Funnies Weekly #1|
|Appearances: Spy Thrillers #1
Josef was a communist spy who played the double game; in Cairo, he introduced himself to Rick Davis as his informant who pretended to be a communist spy to get hold of documents he would hand over to Rick, but in fact he was a real communist spy trying to appropriate the documents for himself but he was unmasked by Rick who defeated him and thus obtained the documents.
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #247
Josef was the burgermeister of Doomstadt and one of the main opponents of the Zorba regime. He rejoiced at Dr. Doom's return to Latveria and made himself available to overthrow the Zorba government and put Doom himself back on the throne.
|Appearances: Namor the Sub-Mariner #51
Josef was a worker on an Oracle oil rig in Louisiana. He says that there had been an accident on the platform but that it had miraculously settled down by herself, not knowing that in fact those who had solved the problem had been Namor.
|Appearances: Punisher Vol 6 #19
Josef was the head of a drug traffickers organization that lost a load of cocaine due to the Punisher. Wounded after the assault on the traffickers, the Punisher took refuge on the farm of Joan the Mouse and there confronted him Josef and his henchmen but the Punisher eliminated them all leaving as last Josef slowly killing him with a small Swiss knife.
|Appearances: Captain America: What Price Glory? #2|
|Appearances: Spider-Man #75|
|Appearances: Jungle Action Vol 2 #22|
|Appearances: Iron Man 2.0 #1
Joshua was one of Judith's two children; she had recently been discharged from the hospital but was about to stumble on the stairs where Joshua had left his toys and she asked the kid if he was happy when she was at the hospital getting from him a negative answer and apologizing for leaving toys around.
|Appearances: Marvels Project #3|
|Appearances: Punisher: War Zone #35 & Punisher: War Zone #36
Josip was a muslim militian who helped the Punisher, Dragunov and Microchip find the nuclear warhead sold by Viktor Vikady to the Serbian People's Army in Sarajevo.
|Appearances: Red She-Hulk #62|
|Appearances: Tales of the Zombie #8
Joyce and her group of friends managed to control Simon Garth using his medallion, forcing him to kill their enemies for revenge, including Mambo Layla. Layla, despite being seriously wounded, managed to tear the medallion from Garth's neck freeing him from their control and in full rage Garth killed Joyce and all of her friends.
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #227|
|Appearances: Captain Britain Vol 2 #4|
|Appearances: Firestar #1|
|Appearances: Daredevil #294|
|Appearances: Wild Western #46|
|Appearances: X-Men #26|
|Appearances: Avengers #35|
|Appearances: Daredevil #75 & Daredevil #76|
|Appearances: Iron Man #37|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #134, Amazing Spider-Man #135|
|Appearances: Iron Man #235|
|Appearances: Punisher Bloodlines #1
Juan was a henchman of Hector Ramone who tried to kill the Punisher by shooting him from a helicopter but he himself was killed after the helicopter crashed when the Punisher hit the pilot with precision and killed him.
|Appearances: Spider-Woman Vol 2 #3|
|Appearances: Spider-Man Team-Up #4|
|Appearances: Fantastic Four: ¡Isla de la Muerte! #1|
|Appearances: Moon Knight Vol 5 #27|
|Appearances: Daredevil: Dark Nights #7
King forced Juan and his twin sister to duel with swords and after Juan pierced and injured his sister and she cut her hand cleanly, King interrupted the fight and allowed them both to be treated.
|Appearances: Squadron Supreme Vol 4 #2|
|Appearances: Avengers #172|
|Appearances: Thor #234
Judith was a friend of Odin, whom she met in San Diego as a common mortal named Orrin. After helping the Ennead defeat Seth, Odin's full memory returned and he immediately left for Asgard, bidding farewell to her.
|Appearances: Deadpool Vol 2 #10|
|Appearances: Iron Man 2.0 #1
Judith underwent a very dangerous surgical operation, and as they took her to the operating room she asked that nothing should happen to her as she was the mother of two children and their father was not a good person. The operation was successful and she returned to her children but also started building robots in her garage.
|Appearances: Captain Britain #21|
|Appearances: Wolverine Vol 4 #1|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #49
Judy met Peter Parker at the Metropolitan Museum of Art where the Star of Capistan was exhibited and began playing with Peter quoting Beatles song titles, but when the Star of Capistan took possession of J. Jonah Jameson, Judy was among the visitors to the Museum to be enthralled by the Red Rajah.
|Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #219|
|Appearances: Venom Vol 2 #1
Juka and her mother were fleeing the onslaught of The Bright and their ethnic cleansing when the United Nations Peacekeeping Forces armored troops came to their aid, but it was futile help as all troop members and Juka himself and his mother were killed by Jack O'Lantern.
|Appearances: X-Men #111|
|Appearances: Ghost Rider Annual Vol 2 #1|
|Appearances: Daredevil #303
Julie was part of a Bronx street gang calling themselves the Die Hards, emulating what was the movie's fashion statement in dirty t-shirts, widows peak haircuts and heavy ordnance. They came to Queens to purchase guns from Nino Cortese, but they couldn't reach a deal and came back home..
|Appearances: Alias #15|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #57|
|Appearances: Deadpool Vol 2 #11|
|Appearances: Uncanny X-Men: First Class #1|
|Appearances: Magneto: Not a Hero #3|
|Appearances: Marvel Graphic Novel #5
Julio was one of a street gang which Kitty Pryde accidentally came across while fleeing from the Purifiers. When Anne appeared moments later, Julio tried to distract her so Martin could kill her with a switchblade, but only wound up wiped out along with the rest of the gang by the Purifier while Kitty managed to escape.
|Appearances: Daredevil: The Man Without Fear #4|
|Appearances: All-New Ghost Rider #1, All-New Ghost Rider #2, All-New Ghost Rider #3, All-New Ghost Rider #4, All-New Ghost Rider #5
Herna was a member of the Blue Krüe gang; he was one of Guero Valdez's friends from Lincoln High School. He helped Guero steal Gabe Reyes' wheelchair only to mock him.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #252|
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