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J.B.

JB (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 82 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #82, Daredevil #165

JB was a TV network executive who accepted Spider-Man's offer to appear on one of the late night talk shows.[1]
Some time later, he attended a Glenn Industries board meeting.[2]

J.C.

J.C. (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 84 0001 Appearances: Spider-Man #84

J.C. was a friend of Devon Lewis.[3]

Jack

Jack (Security Guard) (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 170 001 Appearances: Captain America #170

Jack was murdered by Moonstone in a small Midwestern university.[4]

Jack (Earth-616) from Nova Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Nova #1

Jack was a classmate of Richard Rider at Harry S. Truman High School and played for the same basketball team. Jack blamed Rider for having missed aa block, causing their team to lose the game.[5].

Jack (Actor) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 383 0001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #383

Jack was acting as Gregor in Metamorphosis on Broadway with Nadia Dornova, when he suddenly disappeared in thin air.[6]

Jack (Lubbock) (Earth-616) from Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 110 001 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.[7]

Jack (Robber) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 6 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #6

Jack and his partner were caught by Spider-Man after they tried to rob a church collection box at gunpoint.[8]

Jack (UN) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 3 21 001 Appearances: Avengers Vol 3 #21

Jack was a member of the troops sent by the United Nations as part of Operation Metalstorm to free Slorenia from Ultron.[9]

Jack (Centerville) (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 4 1 001 Appearances: Captain America Vol 4 #1

Jack witnessed a terrorist attack in Centerville on Easter Sunday.[10]

Jack (Reporter) (Earth-616) from Invincible Iron Man Vol 2 10 001 Appearances: Invincible Iron Man Vol 2 #10

Jack was among the reporters who came to the H.A.M.M.E.R. press conference.[11]

Jack (Bodyguard) (Earth-616) from Storm Vol 3 6 001 Appearances: Storm Vol 3 #6

Jack was the bodyguard of a United States senator who attacked Storm.[12]

Jackie

Jackie (Thunderbolts) (Earth-616) from Black Panther Vol 1 14 001 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.[13]
After being defeated by the Avengers, Jackie was arrested by the police.[14]

Jackie (Talk Show Host) (Earth-616) from X-Men Spider-Man Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: X-Men / Spider-Man #1

Jackie was a talk show host who invited J. Jonah Jameson and Kraven the Hunter onto her show.[15]

Jackson

Jackson (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 45 001 Appearances: Spider-Man #45

Jackson was one of the men sent by Frank Cortese to protect Mister C. He and his squad were all defeated by Spider-Man in Central Park[16].

Jacob

Jacob (Earth-616) from 4 Vol 1 5 0001 Appearances: 4 #5, 4 #6, 4 #7

Jacob and Jeff were filmmakers who were making a documentary about the Jersey Devil.[17]
They approached and entered an alien spaceship.[18]
They both were eventually rescued by the Fantastic Four.[19]

Jacques

Jacques (Earth-616) from Immortal Iron Fist Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Immortal Iron Fist #2

Jacques fought in Fort Souville with Orson Randall.[20]

Jacquet

Mrs. Jacquet (Earth-616) from Marvels Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Marvels #1

Mrs. Jacquet was the mother of Doris and mother-in-law of Phil Sheldon. She was very excited about the marriage between her daughter and Phil.[21]

Jake

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

Jake was one of Moses Magnum's Deterrence Research Corporation workers.[22]

Bob (Hell's Kitchen) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 238 001 Appearances: Daredevil #238

Jake was a teenager who attempted to occupy the Alley after the Morlocks were gone.[23]

Jake (Earth-616) from Punisher War Journal Vol 1 53 0001 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.[24]

Jake (Idaho) from Infinity Crusade Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Infinity Crusade #1

Jake was a farmer who witnessed the Goddess' epiphany.[25]

Jake (Pipers) (Earth-616) from Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 110 001 Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #110

Jake was a member of the Pipers, a biker gang who terrorized drivers along Colorado's southern border. He was one of the first Pipers to be killed by the Lizard.[7]

Jake (NYC) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 3 24 001 Appearances: Daredevil Vol 3 #24

Jake was a rock climber who dated Kirsten McDuffie.[26]

Jakes

Jakes (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 11 001 Appearances: Wolverine Vol 2 #11

Jakes was Burt Corrigan's chauffeur.[27]

Jaleel

Jaleel (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 3 7 001 Appearances: Daredevil Vol 3 #7

Jaleel was one of the students from the Cresskill School for the Blind who were rescued by Matthew Murdock when their bus crashed during a snowstorm in the Catskill Mountains.[28]

Jaime

Jaime (Falangist) (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 36 001 Appearances: Wolverine Vol 2 #36

Jaime was a falangist kid who was taken prisoner by Eric Blair.[29]

Jaime (Spain) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 2 116 0001 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.[30]

Jamaal

Jamaal (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 548 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #548

Jamaal was a taxi cab driver who took Spider-Man to Battery Park.[31]

Jamar

Jamar (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 8 2 001 Appearances: Punisher Vol 8 #2

Jamar was a gangster confronted by the Punisher.[32]

James

Dr. James (Earth-616) from Marvel Mystery Comics Vol 1 11 0001 Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #11

After a string of mysterious murders of local doctors, Dr. James sees a patient that insists that there is something wrong with his eyes, even though he is warned by his nurse. The man turns out to be a vengeful intern who was fired for unauthorized medical procedures who had spent the years mastering the art of hypnosis and has been hypnotizing the doctors who fired him. Dr. James would resist the mans hypnotic commands to walk into traffic and fight him off, and bind him for the authorities.[33]

No Image Male Appearances: Captain America Comics #32

Professor James was the archaeologist who discovered the Tomb of Bodeo in Bolivia and the cursed Cup of God, and in spite of the curse he drank inside and went mad thinking he was Bodeo himself.[34]

James (Driver) (Earth-616) from Amazing Adventures Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Amazing Adventures #4

James was Simon Sledge's driver.[35]

James (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 129 001 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.[36]

James from Daredevil Vol 1 216 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #216

Doctor James from Fleming-Gardner Memorial Hospital was killed by the Gael.[37]

James Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #279

James worked at the Symkarian Embassy when Silver Sable got delivered flowers. The flowers where a bomb that was send by Jack O'Lantern.[38]

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

Doctor James treated the Angel after he was taken to Saint Vincent's Hospital.[39]

James (Chaffeur) (Earth-616) from Alpha Flight Vol 1 42 0001 Appearances: Alpha Flight #42

James was the autist of the Auctioneer and also served as his henchman.[40]

James (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Annual Vol 1 17 0001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk Annual #17

James was a fan of Rick Jones and saved his life when a man who wanted to take revenge on Rick tried to run him down with a truck.[41]

James (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 294 0001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #294

James was the chauffeur who drove the limousine that accompanied Warren and Charlotte for a date.[42]

James (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 37 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #37

Mrs. James was a motor-mouthed neighbor of Jennifer Hardesty.[43]

James (Kid) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Family Vol 1 5 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Family #5

James was Screwball's young cousin who was kidnapped by the Mad Hacker, who endangered the child for internet contacts and money. James was saved by Spider-Man's intervention.[44]

James (Murdock) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 3 4 001 Appearances: Daredevil Vol 3 #4, Daredevil Vol 3 #6

James called Mr. Murdock from the Nelson and Murdock Law Office as soon as the verdict for Mr. Pampolos was in.[45]

Father James (Earth-616) from Legendary Star-Lord Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Legendary Star-Lord #1

Father James conducted Meredith Quill's funeral.[46]

Jamie

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

Jamie was the son of one of Warlock's followers.[47]

Jamie (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 408 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #408

Jamie was a Burning Blade gangbanger.[48]

Jamie (Cameraman) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 98 001 Appearances: Spider-Man #98

Jamie was Sarah Chan's cameraman.[49]

Jamie (Reporter) (Earth-616) from Fear Itself Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Fear Itself #1

Jamie interviewed Steve Rogers during a riot at Ground Zero.[50]

Jan

Jan (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 232 001 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.[51]

Jane

Jane (Vegas) (Earth-616) from Amazing Fantasy Vol 2 13 001 Appearances: Amazing Fantasy Vol 2 #13, Amazing Fantasy Vol 2 #14

Jane was Vegas' sister.[52]
She was a scientist who used to work with Dr. Heisenberg.[53]

Jane (Earth-616) from Marvel 75th Anniversary Celebration Vol 1 1 001 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' assistance in finding Walker, in order to properly thank him for saving her life.[54]

Janet

Janet (Waterboys) (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 2 41 0001 Appearances: Punisher Vol 2 #41

Janet decided to attack New York City's water supply system to avenge her father, who had warned about the dangers of the antiquated system but was fired for it.[55]

Janet (Personal Assistant) (Earth-616) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 52 001 Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #52

Janet was Greg Hallerhand's Personal Assistant at CBC.[56]

Janet (Kid) (Earth-616) from Marvel Double Shot Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Marvel Double Shot #4

Janet and her friend Davy were saved by Doctor Strange from the Bottle Imp.[57]

Janet from Spider-Man & the Secret Wars Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Spider-Man & the Secret Wars #2

Hubert's mother, Janet met Spider-Man and Ben Grimm when Denver was teleported on Battleworld.[58]

Janey

Janey (Babysitter) (Earth-616) from Eternals Annual Vol 1 1977 001 Appearances: Eternals Annual #1

Janey was saved by Karkas from Attila the Hun.[59]

Janey (Earth-616) from Thunderbolts Vol 1 4 001 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.[60]

Jangles

Jangles (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 170 001 Appearances: Captain America #170 & Captain America #171

Jangles was one of Stoneface's henchmen.[4]
He was confronted by the Black Panther and Falcon.[61]

Janice

Janice (Earth-616) Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #279

Janice is a fashion model working for Kingsley Ltd.[38]

Janie

Janie (Earth-616) from Totally Awesome Hulk Vol 1 7 001 Appearances: Totally Awesome Hulk #7

Janie was a hospital receptionist from Las Vegas who met Bruce Banner.[62]

Janos

Janos (Earth-616) from Havok and Wolverine Meltdown Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Havok and Wolverine Meltdown #3

Janos escorted Havok and Scarlett across the Soviet border in the western Carpathian Mountains.[63]

Janssen

Janssen (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 3 0 001 Appearances: Avengers Vol 3 #0

Doctor Janssen's hospital was attacked, and she survived barely enough to tell Wonder Man that his brother, the Grim Reaper, had been attacked and kidnapped by robots.[64]

Jarl

Jarl (Earth-616) from Conan the Adventurer Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Conan the Adventurer #2

Jarl was an Aesir raider who was about to kill Conan, but he was suddenly stopped by his partner Honir.[65]

Jasmine

Jasmine (Baby) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 332 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #332

Jasmine was rescued by Venom when she fell into a lake in Central Park.[66]

Jasmine (Hyboria) (Earth-616) from Conan the Barbarian Vol 1 273 001 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.[67]

Jason

Jason (Los Angeles) (Earth-616) from West Coast Avengers Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: West Coast Avengers #3

Jason was of the looters arrested by the West Coast Avengers.[68]

Jason (Kid) (Earth-616) from Marvel Super-Heroes Vol 2 4 001 Appearances: Marvel Super-Heroes Vol 2 #4

Jason was Annie's son.[69]

Jason (Washington Heights) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 560 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #560, Fantastic Four #563, Fantastic Four #566

Jason was Debbie Green's ex-boyfriend.[70]

He was threatened live on television by the Thing.[71]

Jason (Siege Character) (Earth-616) 0001 Appearances: Siege #2

Jason helped Maria Hill and Thor during the Siege of Asgard.[72]

Jasper

Jasper (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 180 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #180

Jasper was renowned throughout the county for his stubbornness and hair-trigger temper.[73]

Jasper (Earth-616) from Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Vol 2 2 0001 Appearances: Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Vol 2 #1, Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Vol 2 #2

Jasper and Tierra were two twin albino children whose mother Leilani hid in the laundry basket of her neighbor Peter Parker so that Spider-Man could protect them.[74]

Jassim

Jassim (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 3 64 001 Appearances: Wolverine Vol 3 #64

Jassim was one of Mordad's men.[75]

Javi

Javi (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 3 7 001 Appearances: Daredevil Vol 3 #7

Javi was one of the students from the Cresskill School for the Blind who were rescued by Matthew Murdock when their bus crashed during a snowstorm in the Catskill Mountains.[28]

Jaxon

Jaxon (Earth-616) from Fear Vol 1 13 0001 Appearances: Fear #13

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.[76] Jaxon was later seen saying goodnight to Jennifer. She saw something on his back.[77]

Jay

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

A reporter for the Daily Globe, Jay and hie colleague Gavin were told by Barney Bushkin to cover the Sentinels' story.[78]

Jay (Trucker) (Earth-616) from Black Widow Vol 3 1 001 Appearances: Black Widow Vol 3 #1

Jay was crippled by the Black Widow after he tried to harass Sally Anne Carter.[79]

Jay (Earth-616) from Dark Reign Young Avengers Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Dark Reign: Young Avengers #1

Jay was a robber who confronted the Young Masters during one of their self-recorded "heroic acts". However, he was brutally killed by Big Zero, who simply grew up in size and stomped on him.[80]

Jean

Jean (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 3 8 001 Appearances: Iron Man Vol 3 #8

Jean was a flower seller from Paris who knew Yvette Avril.[81]

Jean from Ironheart Vol 1 2 0001 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.Ironheart #2

Jean-Pierre

Jean-Pierre (Earth-616) from Doctor Strange Vol 2 78 001 Appearances: Doctor Strange Vol 2 #78

Jean-Pierre was a teenager who was stopped by Cloak from taking Ecstasy's drug.[82]

Jeanette

Jeanette (Earth-616) from Wolverine Bloodlust Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Wolverine: Bloodlust #1

Jeanette and her family were killed by Neuri rebels.[83]

Jeanne

Jeanne (Earth-616) from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 40 001 Appearances: Tales of Suspense #40

Jeanne was a romantic interest of Tony Stark when he first became Iron Man. She told Tony that she wished he would come to Monte Carlo more often, so she could see more of him[84].

Jeb

Jeb (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 63 001 Appearances: Wolverine Vol 3 #63

In 1921, Jeb was confronted and defeated by Logan in Kansas City.[85]

Jed

Jed (Earth-616) from Elektra Root of Evil Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Elektra Root of Evil #2

Jed and his gang were attacked by the Snakeroot.[86]

Jeeves

Jeeves (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 300 001 Appearances: The Spectacular Spider-Man #257

Jeeves was one of the many people who helped Peter and Mary Jane Watson-Parker move into their Bedford Tower apartment.[87]

Jeff

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

Jeff and his partner Frank stopped Tony Stark and warned him about the local speed laws.[88]

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

Jeff was a reporter who was attacked and knocked out by Michael Reese in Alphabet City.[89]

Jeff (Manhattan) (Earth-616) from Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 116 001 Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #116

Jeff was saved by the Valkyrie from the E-Street Jukes.[90]

Jeff (Westchester) (Earth-616) from Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 135 001 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.[91]

Jeff (Earth-616) from Spider-Man the Final Adventure Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Spider-Man: The Final Adventure #1

Jeff was a security guard at the GARID Laboratories and, with his colleague Joey Klein, became one of the first victims of Tendril[92]

Jeff (Earth-616) from The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 257 001 Appearances: The Spectacular Spider-Man #257

Jeff was part of Ambassador Hazram Chaliz's security detail.[87]

Jeff (NYC) (Earth-616) from Peter Parker Spider-Man Vol 2 4 001 Appearances: Peter Parker: Spider-Man Vol 2 #4, Doctor Strange Vol 3 #3

Jeff was abducted by the Sewer Killer.[93]
Some time later, Jeff became one of Jonathon White's followers.[94]

Jeff (Filmmaker) (Earth-616) from 4 Vol 1 5 0001 Appearances: 4 #5, 4 #7

Jeff and Jacob were filmmakers who were making a documentary about the Jersey Devil.[17]
They approached and entered an alien spaceship.[18]
They both were eventually rescued by the Fantastic Four.[19]

Jeffrey

Jeffrey (Earth-616) from The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 215 001 Appearances: The Spectacular Spider-Man #215

Jeffrey was saved by Ben Reilly from a truck accident.[95]

Jeffy

Jeffy (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Annual Vol 1 17 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk Annual #17

Jeffy was a child whose father worked as a security corporal at the Los Diablos Missile Base during the first Gamma Bomb test.[41]

Jen

Jen (Earth-616) from Sensational Spider-Man Vol 1 9 001 Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man #9

Jen was saved by Spider-Man (Ben Reilly) from an out of control truck.[96]

Jenkins

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

Jenkins was the butler for a business associate of J.P. Fiance.[97]

Jenkins (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 183 001 Appearances: Avengers #183

Jenkins was one of Henry Gyrich's security assistants.[98]

Jenni

Jenni (Model Soldiers) (Earth-616) from Dark Angel Vol 1 7 0001 Appearances: Dark Angel #7, Dark Angel #8

Jenni was a member of the mercenary organization known as Model Soldiers.[99]

Jennifer

Jennifer from Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 63 0001 Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #63

Jennifer was one of the many party guests aboard Bushmaster's yacht.[100]

Jennifer (O.C.) (Earth-616) from Avengers West Coast Vol 1 63 001 Appearances: Avengers: West Coast #63

Jennifer heard on the radio that the Living Lightning was causing damage in the vicinity of Fullerton.[101]

Jenny

Jenny (Reporter) (Earth-616) 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.[102] Some time later, she interviewed Norman Osborn at the Dark X-Men press conference.[103]

Jenny (Earth-616) Captain America Vol 1 616 Appearances: Captain America #616

Jenny was named after her grandmother Jenny Grimaldi. Steve Rogers met Jenny at an auction where she was selling a photograph of Captain America, her grandmother and Kerwin Stockwell[104].

Jensen

Jensen (Africa) (Earth-616) from Black Panther Vol 4 1 001 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.[105]

Jensen (Manhattan) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 666 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #666

Jensen was an assistant of Mayor J.J. Jameson.[106]

Jenson

Jenson (Earth-616) from Deadpool Suicide Kings Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Deadpool: Suicide Kings #2

Mrs. Jenson was Deadpool's landlady.[107]

Jeremy

Jeremy (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 176 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #176

Jeremy was a kid who noticed the Fantastic Four's spaceship landing in Central Park.[108]

Jerome

Jerome (Earth-616) from Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 131 001 Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #131

Jerome was a friend of Eugene Patilio.[109]

Jerome (St. Louis) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 2 70 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk Vol 2 #70

After talking with Bruce Banner about responsibility, Jerome became a top-honor freshman at Missouri State.[110]

Jerry

Jerry from Patsy Walker Vol 1 107 0001 Appearances: Patsy Walker #28, Patsy Walker #107

Jerry was one of the many suitors Patsy Walker briefly dated under the advice of her Aunt Liz.[111]

Jerry (Counter-Earth) (Earth-616) from Warlock Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Warlock #5

Jerry and Ray warned Adam Warlock about a bomb test.[112]

Jerry (Manhattan) (Earth-616) from Doctor Strange Vol 2 6 001 Appearances: Doctor Strange Vol 2 #6

Jerry appeared in Doctor Strange Vol 2 6[113]

Jerry (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 3 2 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[114]

Jerry (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Unlimited Vol 1 19 001 Appearances: Spider-Man Unlimited #19

Jerry recognized Ben Urich as a hotshot New York reporter.[115]

Jerry (Simon) (Earth-616) from Immortal Iron Fist Orson Randall and the Death Queen of California Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Immortal Iron Fist: Orson Randall and the Death Queen of California #1

Jerry was one of Adam Simon's bodyguards.[116]

Jessie

Jessie (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 320 001 Appearances: Daredevil #320

Jessie met Daredevil at the Lazy Dayz Motel.[117]

Jessie (Sentinel) (Earth-616) 01 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.[118][119]

Jill

Jill (Pilot) (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 120 001 Appearances: X-Men #120

Jill was DC-10 pilot who transported the X-Men from Japan to Canada.[120]

Jill (Earth-616) from Daredevil vs. Punisher Vol 1 6 001 Appearances: Daredevil vs. Punisher #6

Jill reported live outside the building where Martin Bastelli was taken hostage.[121]

Jillian

Jillian (Manhattan) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 3 50 001 Appearances: Daredevil #323, Daredevil #327, Daredevil #329, Fantastic Four Vol 3 #50

Jillian was a friend of Karen Page.[122]
They both stopped a businessman outside a porn shop on East 83rd Street.[123]
Jillian later witnessed Karen being stalked by Artie O'Farrel.[124]
At a charity bachelor auction, she won a date with Johnny Storm for Anne Calderstock.[125]

Jim

Jim from Marvel Mystery Comics Vol 1 8 0001 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.[126]

Jim (Taxi Driver) (Earth-616) from Mystic Comics Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Mystic Comics #4

Jim was a taxi driver who refused to pay protection to Clip Walton. Jim was kidnapped by Walton and was rescued by Thin Man.[127]

Jim (Earth-616) from All Winners Comics Vol 1 1 0001 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.[128].

Jim (Earth-616) from Sub-Mariner Comics Vol 1 4 0001 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.[129]

Jim (Earth-616) from Sub-Mariner Comics Vol 1 6 0001 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.[130]

No Image Male 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.[131]

Jim (Earth-616) from Patsy Walker Vol 1 26 0001 Appearances: Patsy Walker #26

Jim was the new neighbor of the Walkers who Patsy fell for. She did everything to get noticed by Jim, but when she finally got his attention, she discovered that he was already married.[132]

Jim (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 4 0001 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.[133]

Jim (Were-Rats) (earth-616) from Suspense Vol 1 25 0001 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.[134]

Jim from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 15 0001 Appearances: Journey into Mystery #15

Jim discusses with his friends if it is possible that supernatural phenomena occur involving the Devil.[135]

Jim (Train Machinist) (Earth-616) from Kid Colt Outlaw Vol 1 36 0001 Appearances: Kid Colt Outlaw #36

Jim was a train engineer who was mobbed and robbed by Crowley and his gang disguised as Indians.[136]

Jim (Earth-616) from Arrowhead Vol 1 4 0001 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.[137]

Jim (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 51 0001 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.[138]

Jim (Earth-616) from Patsy and Hedy Vol 1 58 0001 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.[139]

Jim (Surveyor) (Earth-616) from Amazing Adventures Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Amazing Adventures #3

Jim was a surveyor whose wife was saved from a mountain lion by her magical teddy bear.[140]

Jim (Civil War) (Earth-616) from Amazing Adult Fantasy Vol 1 11 001 Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #11

Jim's parents perished in an artillery shelling during the American Civil War.[141]

Jim (Earth-616) from My Love Vol 2 20 001 Appearances: My Love Vol 2 #3

Jim met Kathy when he was working a salesman for the Hearbeat greeting cards, but he soon quit his job to work with her, wishing to marry her[142]

Jim (Worker) (Earth-616) from Amazing Adventures Vol 2 13 0001 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.[143]

Jim (WWII) (Earth-616) from Invaders Vol 1 38 0001 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.[144]

Jim (Calgary) (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 121 001 Appearances: X-Men #121

During an unnatural cyclonic blizzard in Calgary, Jim and his friends helped get people off the street.[145]

Jim (Kid) (Earth-616) from Defenders Vol 1 117 0001 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.[146]

Jim (Doctor) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 258 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #258

Jim was one of the doctors who cured Tyros.[147]

Jim (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 307 0001 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.[148]

Jim (Guard) (Earth-616) from Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 6 0001 Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #6

Jim was a security guard of the building that the Beyonder turned into gold. Jim was trapped the enormous weight of a plastic palm tree also turned into gold and was freed by Spider-Man.[149]

Jim (Earth-616) from Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 15 0001 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.[150]

Jim (Earth-616) from Fantastic Force Vol 1 10 0001 Appearances: Fantastic Force #10

Jim and his colleague Danny were on guard at the Alaskan pipeline when they were attacked and killed by the omnivirus released by Zarathustra upon his arrival.[151]

Jim (Tenth Avenue) (Earth-616) from Tales of the Marvel Universe Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Tales of the Marvel Universe #1

Jim was a friend of Cabbie.[152]

Jim (Plant Worker) (Earth-616) from Avengers The Ultron Imperative Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Avengers: The Ultron Imperative #1

Jim was an electric plant worker who met the robots impersonating the Avengers.[153]

Jim (Los Angeles) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 43 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #43

Jim was a security guard who was working at the bank robbed by Luke Carlyle.[154]

Jim (Missouri) (Earth-616) from Ghost Rider Vol 6 19 001 Appearances: Ghost Rider Vol 6 #19

Jim was a policeman who helped Dixie kill Lucifer.[155]

Jim (Astronaut) (Earth-616) from Adam Legend of the Blue Marvel Vol 1 5 0001 Appearances: Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel #5

Jim was an astronaut who was analyzing an anomaly on the space station just when Blue Marvel hit Sentry and sent it crashing into the station and destroying it.[156]

Jim (Earth-616) from Shuri Vol 1 6 0001 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.[157]

Jim-Bob

Jim-Bob (Earth-616) from Man-Thing Vol 2 10 0001 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.[158]

Jim-Bob (Earth-616) from Namor the Sub-Mariner Vol 1 51 0001 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.[159]

Jimmie

Jimmie (Earth-616) from Marvels Project Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Marvels Project #2

Jimmie was a gangster who was confronted the Human Torch and was defeated.[160]

Jimmy

Jimmy (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 46 0001 Appearances: Iron Man #46

Jimmy was one of the young people protesting outside the Stark Industries plant against weapons production and for peace.[161]

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

Jimmy and his gang were knocked out and defeated by Daredevil in Alphabet City.[89]

Jimmy from The Spectacular Scarlet Spider Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: The Spectacular Scarlet Spider #1

Jimmy was a henchman of the Master Programmer who warned Joe Wade that Dawton was looking for him.[162]

Jimmy (Boston) (Earth-616) from Deadpool Vol 1 -1 001 Appearances: Deadpool #-1

Jimmy was a client of Vanessa.[163]

Jimmy (Radio Host) (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 2 5 001 Appearances: Thor Vol 2 #5

WNYX radio host Jimmy was Chucky Diamond's partner.[164]

Jimmy (Manhattan) (Earth-616) from Doctor Strange Vol 3 4 001 Appearances: Doctor Strange Vol 3 #4

Jimmy was freed by Doctor Strange from Dormammu's influence.[165]

Jimmy (Freeport) (Earth-616) from X-Men Children of the Atom Vol 1 1 001 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.[166]
He began to hate McCoy once he realized McCoy was a mutant.[167]
A while later, Jimmy was among the students demonstrating against Stark Industries.[161]

Jimmy (Mobster) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Death and Destiny Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Spider-Man: Death and Destiny #1

Jimmy and Lonnie were caught by Spider-Man (Peter Parker) when they were about to drop Francis from a thirty-story building.[168]

Jimmy (Hammerhead) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Lifeline Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Spider-Man Lifeline #3

Jimmy and Joey, two of Hammerhead's henchmen, confronted the Lizard at St. Mary's Hospital.[169]

Jimmy (Driver) (Earth-616) from Blade Vol 4 6 001 Appearances: Blade Vol 4 #6

Jimmy was Lori Ann Flanders's driver.[170]

Jimmy (Broxton) (Earth-616) from Siege Captain America Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Siege: Captain America #1

During the Siege of Asgard, Jimmy, a photographer living in Broxton, and his family were rescued by Captain America and Bucky.[171]

Jimmy (Earth-616) Captain America Vol 1 616 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[104].

Jimmy (Gunman) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man 2099 Vol 3 8 001 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.[172]

Jimmy (Austin) (Earth-616) from Totally Awesome Hulk Vol 1 11 001 Appearances: Totally Awesome Hulk #11

Jimmy was a baby who was kidnapped by the Austin Monster.[173]

Jino

Jino (Earth-616) from Doctor Strange Vol 5 10 0001 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.[174]

Jiro

Jiro (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 181 001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #181

Jiro was one of the group of children who witnessed a dragon appear in the sky, headed to attack Tokyo.[175]

Joan

Joan (French Resistance) (Earth-616) from Captain America Comics Vol 1 32 0001 Appearances: Captain America Comics #32

Joan was a member of the French Resistance who, with the help of Captain America, did her best to save her brother Jacques, but when she discovered that her brother was a traitor and a spy for the Nazis, she killed him.[34]

Joan (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 327 0001 Appearances: Captain America #327

During the AmeriAid concert he asked the Super-Patriot why he was hiding behind a mask if he represented freedom and liberty.[176]

Joanie

Joanie (LMD) (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 142 001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #142

Joanie witnessed the X-Men battle the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants out of the Capitol Building and wondered if Senator Kelly's committee was all right.[177]

Joanie (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 172 001 Appearances: Daredevil #172

Joanie was a street hooker whose boyfriends included some of the city's biggest gangleaders.[178]

Joanne

Joanne (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Made Men Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Spider-Man: Made Men #1

Joanne was Paul "Paulie" Falcone's girlfriend.[179]

Joao

Joao (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four 1 2 3 4 Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four: 1 2 3 4 #2

Joao was Victor von Doom's assistant.[180]

Jock

Jock (Earth-616) from Deadpool Team-Up Vol 1 898 001 Appearances: Deadpool Team-Up #898

Jock was hired by Hydra to kill Deadpool.[181]

Jocko

|Jocko (Manhattan) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 191 001 |Appearances: Daredevil #191

Jocko was an old classmate of Matt Murdock, whom he used to bully.[182] |}

Joe

Joe (Earth-616) from Amazing Adult Fantasy Vol 1 8 0001 Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #8

Joe filmed the alien ambassador who was driven away from Earth because of its monstrous appearance.[183]

Joe (USA) (Earth-616) from Amazing Adult Fantasy Vol 1 10 001 Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #10

Joe's girlfriend was harassed by Karl Kragg.[184]

Joe from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 2 0001 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.[185]

Joe (Glenville) (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 109 001 Appearances: Strange Tales #109

Joe was a security guard working at the Glenville National Bank.[186]

Joe (Dock Worker) (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 44 001 Appearances: Tales to Astonish #44

Joe was a dock worker who witnessed the appearance of the creature from Kosmos.[187]

Joe (NMSP) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 25 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #25

Joe and his partner, two officers of the New Mexico State Police, mistook Bruce Banner for a bum who was running out the back of a truck.[188]

Joe from Strange Tales Vol 1 129 0001 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.[36]

Joe (Pilot) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 8 001 Appearances: Daredevil #8

Joe was a helicopter pilot who was robbed by Stilt-Man while he and his mates were delivering their payrolls[189].

Joe (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 30 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #30

Joe managed to spot and film the Cat Burglar as he was attempting to escape the police.[190]

Joe (Earth-616) from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 83 0001 Appearances: Tales of Suspense #83

In Washington, D.C., Joe and Bill filmed the battle between Iron Man and Titanium Man, so that all, including the US Senate and President, could see Iron Man fighting off this menace.[191]

Joe (Coffee Bean) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 54 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #54

A regular customer of the Coffee Bean, Joe envied Peter Parker's success with Gwen Stacy and Mary Jane Watson.[192]

Joe (Mechanic) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 68 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #68

Joe was a neighborhood garage workshop mechanic who was commissioned by Johnny Storm to fix his race car.[193]

Joe (Reporter) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 44 001 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.[194]

Joe (Doorman) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 55 001 Appearances: Daredevil #55

Joe was the doorman of Nelson and Murdock Law Office building.[195]

Joe (Nebraska) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 166 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #166

Joe was a 747 jet pilot whose plane was damaged by the Hulk.[196]

Joe (Fisher) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Annual Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk Annual #5

Joe and Morris came across the Hulk while fishing by a trout stream in the Rocky Mountains.[197]

Joe (MPDC) (Earth-616) from Avengers Spotlight Vol 1 39 0001 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.[198]

Joe (Earth-616) from Sensational Spider-Man Vol 1 7 0001 Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man #7

After his helicopter crashed into a nearby skyscraper while hovering around the Rand Building, Joe and the television crew were rescued by Spider-Man (Ben Reilly).[199]

Joe (Daily Grind) (Earth-616) from Sensational Spider-Man Vol 1 9 001 Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man #9, The Spectacular Spider-Man #240

Joe was one of two over-worked cooks at the Daily Grind when Ben Reilly worked there.[96]
Joe and Lou later met the new waitress Alison Mongrain.[200]

Joe (Gangster) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Kingpin To the Death Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Spider-Man/Kingpin: To the Death #1

Joe was a gang leader who was shot by a Spider-Man imposter.[201]

Joe (Plant Worker) (Earth-616) from Avengers The Ultron Imperative Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Avengers: The Ultron Imperative #1

Joe was an electric plant worker who met the robots impersonating the Avengers [153]

Joe (Forest Hills) (Earth-616) from Free Comic Book Day Vol 2007 Spider-Man 001 Appearances: Free Comic Book Day Vol 2007 #Spider-Man

Joe took May Parker and her friends out for her birthday.[202]

Joe (National Force) (Earth-616) from Punisher War Journal Vol 2 7 001 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.[203]
Joe accompanied Tank to threaten the sheriff in order to make him reveal the name of the person who was investigating them, Tatiana Arocha.[204]
Joe then drove Frank Castle to his first mission when he infiltrated into the organization but was quickly killed as he discovered that Castle was actually the Punisher.[205]

Joe (Daily Globe) (Earth-616) from Venom Dark Origin Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Venom: Dark Origin #2

Joe was Eddie Brock's editor at the Daily Globe.[206]

Joel

Joel from X-Men Vol 1 108 0001 Appearances: X-Men #108

Joel was Jimmy Carter's science advisor.[207]

Joel (Cameraman) (Earth-616) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 57 001 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.[208]

Joel (Earth-616) from The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 236 001 Appearances: The Spectacular Spider-Man #236

Joel was one of the doctors who assisted Peter Parker when he collapsed without any warning.[209]

Joel (Potomac) (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 4 4 001 Appearances: Captain America Vol 4 #4

Joel spotted Captain America passing by the Great Falls during the Fourth of July fireworks, just before he was attacked by a group of terrorists.[210]

Joey

Joey (Child) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 50 001 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.[211]
Some time later, Joey spotted Peter Parker climbing over a tree.[212]

Joey (Student) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 77 001 Appearances: Avengers #77

Joey was one of T'Challa's students at Andrew Jackson High School, when T'Challa was working there as teacher "Luke Charles"[213]

Joey (Harlem) (Earth-616) from Defenders Vol 1 19 001 Appearances: Defenders #19

Joey was a kid who came across Thunderball's Gamma Bomb.[214]

Joey (Hogman) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 183 001 Appearances: Daredevil #183

Joey was an angel dust drug user.[215]

Joey from Daredevil Vol 1 326 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #326

In New York City, Joey and Robert Dennehy interviewed Johnny Storm at the grave of Matt Murdock.[216]

Joey (Club Noir) (Earth-616) from Web of Scarlet Spider Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Web of Scarlet Spider #1, Amazing Scarlet Spider #1

Joey was the Club Noir manager.[217]
His attitude made J. Jonah Jameson look like a saint.[218]

Joey (Hammerhead) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 70 001 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.[219]
He later confronted the Eel, but was easily defeated.[220]
Joey and Jimmy also confronted the Lizard at St. Mary's Hospital.[169]

Joey (Freeport) (Earth-616) from X-Men Children of the Atom Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: X-Men: Children of the Atom #1, X-Men: Children of the Atom #1

Joey was a Freeport High School student and a friend of Hank McCoy.[166]
He began to hate McCoy once he realized McCoy was a mutant.[167]

Joey (Lavender) (Earth-616) from Captain America Patriot Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Captain America: Patriot #3

Joey was one of Lavender's goons. He was confronted by Captain America after their boss managed to shoot at Bucky.[221]

Joey B

Joey B (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 322 001 Appearances: Daredevil #322

Joey B was one of the flight attendants who were saved from a crazy gunman by Venom.[222]

Joey the Bone

Joey the Bone (Earth-616) Appearances: Spider-Man Annual #1997

Joey the Bone was thrown into the East River by the Zombie.[223]

Johann

Johann (Baran) (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 14 001 Appearances: Wolverine Vol 2 #14, Wolverine Vol 2 #15 & Wolverine Vol 2 #16

Johann was Prince Baran's aide.[224]
He invited in Jessica Drew and brought her to the prince and his guest Ba'al.[225]
Johann was attacked by Ba'al when he tried to steal the Gehenna Stone.[226]

Johann (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 2 29 Appearances: Daredevil Vol 2 #29

Johann was Vanessa Fisk's butler at Les Diablerets villa. He told her that Wilson Fisk had been stabbed.[227]

John

John (Legion of Loyalists) (Earth-616) from Marvel Mystery Comics Vol 1 18 0001 Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #18

John, a member of the Legion of Loyalists, faced the Sub-Mariner with a flamethrower.[228]

Old John (Earth-616) from Sub-Mariner Comics Vol 1 29 0001 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.[229]

John (Scientist) (Earth-616) from Journey Into Unknown Worlds Vol 1 2 0001 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.[230]

John (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 15 0001 Appearances: Strange Tales #15

John was the chauffeur of Mr. Benson, a wealthy man who had an extreme fear of heights.[231]

John (Dreamer) (Earth-616) from World of Fantasy Vol 1 11 0001 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.[232]

John (New England) (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 56 0001 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.[233]

John (Bayou) (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 11 0001 Appearances: Tales to Astonish #11

When his son Billy went missing in the swamp, John went out to try and find him. John found his son but then Monstrom appeared and the family fled to town when bullets didn't stop it. [234]

John (Ivory Hunter) (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 15 0001 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.[235]

John (Fontain of Youth) (Earth-616) from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 23 0001 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.[236]

King John (Earth-616) from Amazing Adult Fantasy Vol 1 10 001 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."[184]

John (Frog Costume) (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 104 0001 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.[237]

John (Henchman) (Earth-616) from Hero for Hire Vol 1 10 0001 Appearances: Hero for Hire #10

John was a henchman of Señor Suerte, who was killed by Suerte himself to try his new power.[238]

John (Security Committee) (Earth-616) from Captain America Annual Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Captain America Annual #3

John was member of the National Security Commission who discussed with Captain America the incident with the Epsiloni aliens and the Captive.[239]

John (Earth-616) from Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 70 0001 Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #70

John and his lover were walking when there was the onslaught of the Living Monolith on the streets of New York.[240]

John (Doorman) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 115 0001 Appearances: Iron Man #115

John was the doorman at Tony Stark's apartment building in Manhattan.[241]

John (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 187 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #187

John was one of two physicians who, analyzing the blood of Barry, son of the movie star Robert Starr, after being bitten by a rat found that he had been infected with the plague virus.[242]

John (Kid) (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 1 337 0001 Appearances: Thor #337

John was playing frisbee with his friends in Grant Park when one of his clumsy shots hit Dr. Don Blake in the back. John immediately apologized for the incident.[243]

John (Thug) (Earth-616) from Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 113 0001 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.[244]

John (Victim) (Earth-616) from Wolverine and The Punisher Damaging Evidence Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Wolverine and The Punisher: Damaging Evidence #2

John was a victim of a shoot-out between the Punisher and a criminal, when the criminal fired towards the street where there were several passers-by including John who was shot to death.[245]

John (Crusader) (Earth-616) from Strange Combat Tales Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Strange Combat Tales #4

John was one of the five Crusader knights rendered almost immortal to protect the Spear of Destiny.[246]

John (Psychiatrist) (Earth-616) from Marvel Comics Presents Vol 1 150 001 Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #150

John was one of the two psychiatrists who were treating Typhoid Mary.[247]

John (KLX-TV) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk vs. Venom Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk vs. Venom #1

John was the mail delivery officer at the KLX-TV building.[248]

John (Mary Walker's Boyfriend) from Typhoid Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Typhoid #1, Typhoid #2

John was the former boyfriend of Mary Walker.[74]

John (Tombstone) (Earth-616) from Spider-ManPunisher Family Plot Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Spider-Man/Punisher: Family Plot #2

John was a henchman of Tombstone. He was killed by the Punisher.[249]

John (Mailman) (Earth-616) from Generation X Holiday Special Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Generation X Holiday Special #1

John was the Snow Valley mailman.[250]

John (Hell's Kitchen) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 2 12 0001 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.[251]

John (Sport Car Owner) from Wolverine Annual Vol 2 2000 0001 Appearances: Wolverine Annual Vol 2 #2000

While John was about to show his new sports car to his friend Greg, Tyrus Krill landed with his spaceship right on the car destroying it.[252]

John (Pilot) (Earth-616) from Avengers Icons The Vision Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Avengers Icons: The Vision #2, Avengers Icons: The Vision #3

John was a pilot who was possessed by the Gremlin.
[253]
He was killed as soon as his plane landed in Pennsylvania.[254]

Father John (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 2 54 0001 Appearances: Thor Vol 2 #54

Father John ran the terminal ward at St. Mary Hospital. He witnessed the healing of some terminally ill patients by the Asgardians, refusing to recognize them as deities.[255]

John (Plane Crash Survivor) (Earth-616) from Sentinel Vol 1 8 0001 Appearances: Sentinel #7, Sentinel #9

John was a survivor of a plane crash that helped Juston Seyfert.[256]

John (Ararat) (Earth-616) from Venom Vol 1 13 001 Appearances: Venom #13

John, a member of the Ararat Corporation, was killed by Venom symbiote's clone when it was released into the facility.[257]

John (Doctor) (Earth-616) from Civil War Front Line Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Civil War: Front Line #3

John was one of the doctors who medicated Robbie Baldwin after his involvement in the Stamford tragedy.[258]

John (Security Forces) (Earth-616) from Sub-Mariner Vol 2 2 0001 Appearances: Sub-Mariner Vol 2 #2

John was guarding the site of the attack by Atlantean terrorists of Cell-13 in Bentonville when Namor appeared and without hesitation John fired at him futilely.[259]

John (Unosorp) (Earth-616) from Sub-Mariner Vol 2 4 0001 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.[260]

John (Bartender) (Earth-616) from World War Hulk Front Line Vol 1 4 0001 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.[261]

John (Earth-616) from X-Men Legacy Vol 1 210 0001 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.[262]

John (Earth-616) from War Machine Vol 2 9 0001 Appearances: War Machine Vol 2 #9

John and his wife Peggy were in Basinville National Forest for a picnic when there was the assault of Ultimo / Morgan Stark and were saved thanks to the timely intervention of War Machine.[263]

John (San Diego) (Earth-616) Appearances: Marvel Boy: The Uranian #2

John was one of the victims of a madman posted on top of the roller coaster at San Diego's amusement park who fired his rifle through the crowd.[264]

John (Driver) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 3 7 001 Appearances: Daredevil Vol 3 #7

John was the bus driver for the Cresskill School for the Blind, who died in the Catskill Mountains after the bus crashed during a snowstorm.[28]

John (Queens) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 700.5 0001 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.[265]

John (Prison Guard) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 5 18 0001 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.[266]

John-Johns

John-Johns (Earth-616) from Adventures into Terror Vol 1 14 0001 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'.[267]

Johnnie

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

Johnnie was one of the young junkies who attacked Storm when she entered an abandoned apartment building in Harlem.[268]

Johnny

Johnny (Calgary) (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 120 001 Appearances: X-Men #120

Johnny was a Toronto-Dominion Mall shopper who witnessed the Vindicator attacking Banshee and Storm.[120]

Johnny (Con Ed) (Earth-616) from Longshot Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Longshot #3

Johnny noticed the alarms went down when Longshot and Jinx infiltrated the power plant.[269]

Johnny (Dominic Fortune) (Earth-616) from Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 72 001 Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #72

Johnny was among Dominic Fortune's men who followed the killer sent by Simon Steele toward the docks.[270]

Johnny (Centerville) (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 4 1 001 Appearances: Captain America Vol 4 #1

Johnny witnessed a terrorist attack in Centerville on Easter Sunday.[10]

Johnny (Missing Sixes) (Earth-616) from Scarlet Witch Vol 2 7 001 Appearances: Scarlet Witch Vol 2 #7

Johnny was ordered by the Dark Tongji to deal with the Scarlet Witch and the Wu, but died as a result.[271]

Johnson

Johnson (CSP) (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 11 2 001 Appearances: Punisher Vol 11 #2

Johnson was a corrupt officer of the Connecticut State Police who was killed by the Punisher.[272]

Jonah

Jonah (Earth-616) from Ms. Marvel Vol 4 8 001 Appearances: Ms. Marvel Vol 4 #8, Ms. Marvel Vol 4 #9, Ms. Marvel Vol 4 #10, Ms. Marvel Vol 4 #11

Jonah studied criminal justice at Rutgers. He was one of the volunteers who were put together in the Carol Cadets by Becky St. Jude to put Ulysses' knowledge to good use.[273]

Jones

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

Jones was a policeman who managed to repel an alien invasion.[274]

Jones (Patient) (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 84 001 Appearances: Journey into Mystery #84

Mrs. Jones was one of Dr. Don Blake's patients.[275]

Mr. Jones (Patient) (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 92 001 Appearances: Journey into Mystery #92

Mr. Jones was one of Dr. Don Blake's patients.[276]

Jones (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 31 001 Appearances: Spider-Man #31

Jones was a construction worker who was laying down cement where Spider-Man was buried by Brainstorm.[277]

Jones (Trumpton) (Earth-616) from Clandestine Vol 1 6 001 Appearances: Clandestine #6

Mr. Jones was one of Rory and Pandora Destine's teachers at the Trumpton Comprehensive School.[278]

Jongor

Jongor (Earth-616) from Savage Sword of Conan Vol 1 227 001 Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #227

Jongor was a poacher who was attacked and killed by an invisible creature in Nemedia's Darkwood.[279]

Jordan

Jordan from Spider-Man & the Secret Wars Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Spider-Man & the Secret Wars #2

Hubert's brother, Jordan met Spider-Man and Ben Grimm when a section of Denver was teleported to Battleworld.[58]

Jordan (Bodyguard) (Earth-616) from Magneto Not a Hero Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Magneto: Not a Hero #2 & Magneto: Not a Hero #3

Jordan was Christopher Bach's bodyguard.[280][281]

Jose

Jose (Midtown High) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 17 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #17

Jose was one of the former students of Midtown High School that attended the Midtown High School's Pre-Reunion Bash.[282]

Josè (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Unlimited Vol 1 8 0001 Appearances: Spider-Man Unlimited #8

Member of the terrorist group Terror Unlimited, he was in charge of the detonator transport but was hit and killed by a diligent security officer[283].

Jose (Dos Soles Cartel) (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 10 5 0001 Appearances: Punisher Vol 10 #5

Jose was Guillermo's driver, who got killed by the Punisher after he let the bomb inside the taxi explode, killing him in the process.[284]

Jose from Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Vol 2 1 0001 Appearances: Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Vol 2 #1

Jose 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.[285]

Josef

Josef (Earth-616) from Spy Thrillers Vol 1 1 0001 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.[286]

Josef (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 247 0001 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.[287]

Josef (Earth-616) from Namor the Sub-Mariner Vol 1 51 0001 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.[159]

Josef (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 6 19 0001 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.[288]

Joseph

Joseph (Barman) (Earth-616) from Captain America What Price Glory Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Captain America: What Price Glory? #2

Joseph was a barman working at the Reef hotel and casino.[289]

Josh

Josh (NYC) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 75 001 Appearances: Spider-Man #75

Josh was a friend of Normie Osborn.[290]

Joshua

Joshua (Earth-616) from Jungle Action Vol 2 22 001 Appearances: Jungle Action Vol 2 #22

Joshua was a policitian who met Caleb in 1867.[291]

Josie

Josie (Barman) (Earth-616) Appearances: Marvels Project #3

During World War II, Josie was interrogated by the Angel about the Phantom Bullet's death.[292]

Josip

Josip (Earth-616) from Punisher War Zone Vol 1 35 001 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.[293]
He helped to find the UN truck used by Vikady to transport the bomb.[294]

Joten

Joten (Earth-616) from Red She-Hulk Vol 1 62 001 Appearances: Red She-Hulk #62

Joten couldn't stop Betty Ross from knocking down Martens in Annapolis.[295]

Joyce

Joyce (Earth-616) from Tales of the Zombie Vol 1 8 0001 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.[296]

Joyce (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 227 0001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #227

Joyce ran scared to her husband Edward screaming she saw a winged monster, actually a hawk mutated by a Brain Parasite.[297]

Joyce (Earth-616) from Captain Britain Vol 2 4 0001 Appearances: Captain Britain Vol 2 #4

Joyce and her friend Doreen were walking under a thunderstorm when the monstrous Sidney Crumb appeared on the road, causing confusion among passersby.[298]

Joyce (Massachusetts Academy) (Earth-616) from Firestar Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Firestar #1

Joyce was a regular student at the prestigious and exclusive Massachusetts Academy directed by Emma Frost who crossed her in the school yard with her classmate Peggy.[299]

Joyce (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 294 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #294

Joyce was an activist who, together with Karen Page, tried to get a petition signed against pornography.[300]

Juan

Juan (Kid) (Earth-616) from Wild Western Vol 1 46 0001 Appearances: Wild Western #46

With his slingshot, Juan helped Kid Colt defeat Boyle and his gang. The Kid gave Juan the reward for the capture and recovery of the stolen goods that the boy shared with his poor village.[301]

Juan (San Rico) (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 26 001 Appearances: X-Men #26

Juan was one of the peasants who heard Kukulcàn's call.[302]

Juan (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 35 001 Appearances: Avengers #35

Juan was a rebel who fought against the Avengers when they came to stop the Living Laser; he managed to knock down Captain America, striking him from behind[303].

Juan (El Condor) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 76 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #75 & Daredevil #76

Juan was one of the revolutionary guerrilla members in Delvadia.[304]

Juan (Kid) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 37 001 Appearances: Iron Man #37

Juan was one of the first to notice the arrival of the Changers.[305]

Juan (Gardener) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 235 0001 Appearances: Iron Man #235

Juan was the gardener of Tony Stark's mansion in Los Angeles.[306]

Juan (Earth-616) from Punisher Bloodlines Vol 1 1 0001 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.[307]

Juan (Earth-616) from Spider-Woman Vol 2 3 0001 Appearances: Spider-Woman Vol 2 #3

Juan accompanied Julia Carpenter's parents and daughter to their lodge in the Amazonian Jungle and there tried to defend them from the Deathweb assault but was killed by Therak's poison.[308]

Juan (Guard) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Team-Up Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Spider-Man Team-Up #4

Juan was on guard at the Temple of Tirod when two dead bodies for induced aging caused by the Timespinner were found.[309]

Juan (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Isla De La Muerte! Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Fantastic Four: Isla De La Muerte! #1

Juan was among the festive crowd in San Juan that celebrated Ben Grimm as El Morrito and was recognized by Ben and greeted by him.[310]

Juan (Earth-616) from Moon Knight Vol 5 27 0001 Appearances: Moon Knight Vol 5 #27

Juan was instructed to hire the Zapata Brothers to do a job for Mr. Alcantara.[311]

Juan (Trucker) (Earth-616) from Squadron Supreme Vol 4 2 0001 Appearances: Squadron Supreme Vol 4 #2

Juan met Mark Milton in a diner in Lawton and gave him the inspiration to be a truck driver and be able to travel around the country.[312]

Jude

Jude (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 172 001 Appearances: Avengers #172

Sister Jude was a nun who requested the Avengers to immediately leave her convent after freeing it from Ultron.[313]

Judith

Judith (Earth-616) 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.[314]

Judith (Earth-616) from Deadpool Vol 2 10 001 Appearances: Deadpool Vol 2 #10

Judith was a news anchor who interviewed H.A.M.M.E.R. Director Osborn at UBC Studios.[315]

Judy

Judy (Earth-616) from Captain Britain Vol 1 21 001 Appearances: Captain Britain #21

Judy was a phone operator at the S.T.R.I.K.E. headquarters who mistook an emergency call by Captain America (trying to reach Colonel Fury) as a prank from some lunatic[316].

Judy (Wraith) (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 4 1 001 Appearances: Wolverine Vol 4 #1

Judy was one of the first victims of Hellverine.[317]

Ju-Ho

Ju-Ho (Earth-616) from Savage Sword of Conan Vol 1 219 001 Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #219

Ju-Ho was a Pict who feared Grimm and captured Conan for him. As soon as the Cimmerian managed to escaped, Ju-Ho and his band were immediately killed.[318]

Jukie

Jukie (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 111 001 Appearances: X-Men #111

Jukie was one of the circus workers at "Mr. Mike's One-Ring Traveling Tent Show" in Sullivan County.[319]

Jules

Jules (Earth-616) from Ghost Rider Annual Vol 6 1 001 Appearances: Ghost Rider Annual Vol 6 #1

Jules and her friends were slain by Lucifer in Litwing County.[320]

Julie

Julie (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 303 001 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.[321].

Julie (Christine) (Earth-616) Appearances: Alias #15

Julie was a waitress at Christine when Scott Lang and Jessica Jones had their first date there.[322]

Julie (Midtown High) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 57 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #57

Julie was one of Midtown High School's administrative assistants.[323]

Julie (USA) (Earth-616) from Deadpool Vol 2 11 001 Appearances: Deadpool Vol 2 #11

Julie was a classmate of Wade Wilson at Surline Elementary School.[324]

Julie (NYC) (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men First Class Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men: First Class #1

Julie was saved by Nightcrawler from a fall of construction bricks.[325]

Julie (News Anchor) (Earth-616) from Magneto Not a Hero Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Magneto: Not a Hero #3

Julie was a news anchor who hosted Christopher Bach to talk about Monica Sims's death.[281]

Julio

Julio (South Bronx) (Earth-616) from Marvel Graphic Novel Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Marvel Graphic Novel #5

Julio was one of the gangsters killed by Anne.[326]

Julio (Earth-616) from Daredevil the Man Without Fear Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Daredevil: The Man Without Fear #4

One of the Kingpin's men, Julio was knocked out by Daredevil.[327]

Julio (Earth-616) from All-New Ghost Rider Vol 1 1 001 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.[328]
He continued helping Guero with his dealings until the new Ghost Rider gave him and his friends a beating.[119]

Justin

Justin (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 252 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #252

Justin met Spider-Man while arguing with his girlfriend Weezie.[329]

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