- 1 Character Index - K
- 1.1 K.O.
- 1.2 Kadril
- 1.3 Kahlima
- 1.4 Kaidu
- 1.5 Kaitlin
- 1.6 Kaleb
- 1.7 Kaley
- 1.8 Kalish
- 1.9 Kaman
- 1.10 Kane
- 1.11 Kantlefarb
- 1.12 Karen
- 1.13 Karen P.
- 1.14 Karen T.
- 1.15 Karl
- 1.16 Karno
- 1.17 Karol
- 1.18 Kate
- 1.19 Katie
- 1.20 Katubi
- 1.21 Katy
- 1.22 Kaylee
- 1.23 Kearny
- 1.24 Keaton
- 1.25 Kelli
- 1.26 Kelly
- 1.27 Ken
- 1.28 Kendra
- 1.29 Kenner
- 1.30 Kenneth
- 1.31 Kenny
- 1.32 Kerry
- 1.33 Keshawn
- 1.34 Kettlewell
- 1.35 Kevin
- 1.36 Khalid
- 1.37 Khalida
- 1.38 Khashtris
- 1.39 Khovan
- 1.40 Khristina
- 1.41 Khumbanigash
- 1.42 Kilgore
- 1.43 Kim
- 1.44 King
- 1.45 Kioga
- 1.46 Kira
- 1.47 Kitty
- 1.48 Klauz
- 1.49 Kleiner
- 1.50 Knight
- 1.51 Kobe
- 1.52 Kodo
- 1.53 Kooba
- 1.54 Koris
- 1.55 Korr
- 1.56 Kosinski
- 1.57 Kraggos
- 1.58 Krallides
- 1.59 Kraut
- 1.60 Krautmann
- 1.61 Krebbs
- 1.62 Kreeger
- 1.63 Kristin
- 1.64 Krypt
- 1.65 Kuljit
- 1.66 Kwan
- 1.67 Kyle
- 2 References
Character Index - K
|Appearances: Daredevil #161, Daredevil #164|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #416|
|Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #158
Kahlima was the daughter of Sheik Ali Maksoud and a demoness. Despite her lycanthropic nature, her father allowed her to live free, while concealing from others what she truly was. After she was eventually captured by Sheik Abdul Zu Fadh, she revealed her true nature and was killed by her own father.
|Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #231|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #9|
|Appearances: Black Panther (Vol. 3) #3|
|Appearances: Mosaic #1|
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #134
Doctor Kalish was one of the members of a psychiatric commission that was to decide on the recovery of Stan Carter and thus be able to release him at liberty. She was initially dubious about the release as they had a responsibility to society that would not appreciate a homicidal madman being left free to walk among them.
|Appearances: Red She-Hulk #60|
|Appearances: Mosaic #1|
|Appearances: Annihilators #1|
|Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #101
Karen and her friend René were camping in the woods and Karen was drinking too much wine when she noticed two fluttering figures she thought she had visions and then stopped drinking and retired to the tent.
|Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #15
Karen tried to dissuade her husband from going to the roof armed with a shotgun because he had already notified the police.
|Appearances: New Mutants #67
Karen was at the Lila Cheney concert when Spyder's men arrived to capture her and she screamed for the monsters' arrival but the others told her it was a special effect that Lila had already used in the last New York concert.
|Appearances: X-Factor #47
After Karen and her husband discovered that their son Michael possessed mutant healing powers she dared not interfere whenever Michael's father beat him every time he used his powers to the point that Michael felt compelled to run away from home.
|Appearances: New Warriors (Vol. 4) #3|
|Appearances: Wolverine: Origins #22
While chasing Deadpool, Wolverine broke into Karen's cafe breaking the front door window and making Karen so infuriated that she made no fuss about Logan punching him in the jaw but only damaged his own hand.
|Appearances: Uncanny X-Men (Vol. 3) #6, Uncanny X-Men (Vol. 3) #7, Uncanny X-Men (Vol. 3) #8
Mentioned: Uncanny X-Men (Vol. 3) #19.NOW
|Appearances: Silk (Vol. 3) #1
Karen and her accomplice Carl were robbing a trendy shop convinced that no costumed heroes were on patrol that night, but instead they were wrong as Silk was on patrol and having spotted them he easily defeated them and handed them over to the police.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #798
Mentioned: Civil War: Front Line #7
|Mentioned: Amazing Spider-Man #798
While Joe Robertson ordered the employees of the Daily Bugle to evacuate the building where Green Goblin had brought a tritium-powered bomb, he also asked if anyone had seen Karen T. where an employee replied that she had called in sick.
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 3) #56|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #663|
|Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #157|
|Appearances: Strange Tales #60|
|Appearances: Avengers (Vol. 3) #16|
|Appearances: Captain America: What Price Glory? #1, Captain America: What Price Glory? #3 & Captain America: What Price Glory? #4|
|Appearances: Daredevil #219|
|Appearances: Punisher: War Zone #38
Katie was a co-worker of Jean Sutherland.
|Appearances: X-Men: Liberators #1|
|Appearances: Avengers Academy #16|
|Appearances: Lorna the Jungle Queen #2|
|Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #151|
|Mentions: Wolverine: The Best There Is #2, Wolverine: The Best There Is #4, Wolverine: The Best There Is #6
Katy was Madcap's deceased sister. During the meeting with Wolverine, after having gouged out his eyes, Madcap went on blindly asking if he had seen Katy, who kept looking for her but couldn't find her and then asked about her from anyone he met, only to declare that it was crazy for a guy to go looking for his dead sister.
|Appearances: Champions (Vol. 4) #1
Kaylee was a student at the Brooklyn Visions Academy and after hearing Ms. Marvel's statements against Kamala's Law preventing young people under 21 from being superheroes anymore she got into a fight with another student who claimed that the Champions were liars and that she was about to start a C.R.A.D.L.E. Junior League.
|Appearances: Captain America #174|
|Appearances: Cable #58
Mr. Keaton was member of Shaw Industries.
He represented his company in a meeting at the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier Hermes to discuss the threat posed by Cable, and the potential of the Techno-Organic Virus technology to aid the stalled Nemesis Program.
|Appearances: Invincible Iron Man #506
Keaton was a member of the Hammer Battle Group, a group of men in armor under the command of Sasha Hammer. The Group traveled to Paris during the Fear Itself crisis to retrieve the Detroit Steel Armor and the body of Lt. Johnson and there they collided with the Grey Gargoyle possessed by Mokk.
|Appearances: Superior Foes of Spider-Man #7|
|Appearances: Iron Fist #4
Kelly and Watson were on the staff of St. Mabyn's Hospital in London when Misty Knight was a patient there. When Knight collapsed while trying to leave, her doctor ran out into the corridor and ordered them to fetch a crash team for her.
|Appearances: X-Men #120|
|Appearances: Incredible Hulk #388|
|Appearances: Emma Frost #5
Kelly was a little girl who lived in the Somerville neighborhood of Boston and to whom Emma Frost asked if Mr. Kendall lived there, to which Kelly replied that he did indeed live there but was gone.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #32, Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #33, Non-Stop Spider-Man #1, Non-Stop Spider-Man #2, Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #75
A fellow student of Peter Parker's, she was rescued by him after ingesting a new drug.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #74|
|Appearances: Incredible Hulk (Vol. 2) #77, Incredible Hulk (Vol. 2) #78, Marvel Team-Up #4|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man: Extra! #2|
|Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 8) #2|
|Appearances: Marvel's Voices: Identity #1
Kendra was the daughter of Patrick, a man who Silhouette met in a dating scene and for whom Patrick always showed himself on his cell phone during the date making Silhouette think that he was not very interested but who later discovered that he was on his cell phone in looking for a babysitter for Kendra so he can dedicate himself to her.
|Appearances: Sub-Mariner #48, Sub-Mariner #49
Kenner was posing as a henchman of Doctor Doom but in reality he had replaced the real Kenner. The imposter Kenner was sent to infiltrate Doom's henchmen by his master to put him in a position to destroy Namor. Kenner struck Doom from behind with an energy blast.
|Appearances: Captain America Annual #11
Kenner was one of Taskmaster's trainees whom he unleashed to flush out and eliminate Tyrone McQuaid after he dared to flee Taskmaster Academy. In defense of Tyrone intervened Falcon who defeated all Taskmaster's students while testing his new costume.
|Appearances: Wolverine: The Origin #1, X-Men: Prelude to Schism #4, Wolverine: The Origin #2
Mr. Kenneth was the butler of the Howlett family and it was he who accompanied Rose as a young girl to the Howlett estate to be company to the young and sickly James.
|Appearances: Punisher War Journal #50|
|Appearances: Thunderbolts #1|
|Appearances: Doctor Strange (Vol. 3) #3|
|Appearances: Captain America: What Price Glory? #1|
|Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 7) #1|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #51.LR
Kenny was a chauffeur who accompanied Mary Jane back to New York. While Mary Jane joked with Kenny asking him to go to a bakery, their car was hit by another car launched by the possessed Order of the Web.
|Appearances: Marvels Snapshots: Avengers #1
Kerry was a paramedic who recently moved to New York. During an emergency caused by the clash between the Avengers and a giant robot, Kerry despite being off duty helped to assist the people and the injured and during the emergency met a policeman with whom he fell in love.
|Appearances: Cage (Vol. 2) #2
Keshawn was shot dead by Clifto.
|Appearances: Nova (Vol. 5) #11 & Nova (Vol. 5) #26|
|Appearances: Wolverine, Nick Fury: The Scorpio Connection a Marvel Graphic Novel #1|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #376|
|Appearances: Spider-Man #80|
|Appearances: Spider-Girl (Vol. 2) #5|
|Appearances: Black Cat (Vol. 2) #4|
|Appearances: Moon Knight (Vol. 2) #1
Khalid was an agent of Ahmad Azis who was sent to poison the expected top bidder Hiram Gowdy of the statue of Khonshu with cyninide gas. He was later sent to kill Moon Knight, to prevent him from interfering with the next stage of his plan, but Spector defeated him and seemingly killed him.
|Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 10) #19, Punisher (Vol. 10) #20|
|Appearances: Miles Morales: Spider-Man #27
When Miles' clones attacked the hospital where Miles' mother Rio worked, she realized they were looking for her and so she told her fellow nurse Khalida that they were definitely looking for her and that therefore Khalida should trust her and get everyone out of the hospital. room.
|Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #218|
|Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #233
Lord Khovan was the commander of Fort Ghori and protector of the border. Khovan, in disfavor because he had not stopped the Kozak raids, visited the temple of Tarim, where he received a vision from the Master of the Black Circle. He was eventually beheaded for his failure to wipe out the Kozaks.
|Appearances: Uncanny X-Men: First Class Giant-Size Special #1|
|Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #5
Khumbanigash was a General of the mercenaries. He was a normal human, probably from Shem. He seemed taller and heavier than the average size of the soldiers. Khumbanigash was one of the reliable men of Salome. He was one of the few men to know the secret of Salome. He also abused of Taramis. Seven months after the conquer of the Khauran city, a night, Khumbanigash escorted Salome to the secret prison of Taramis, to torture her with the sight of the dead Krallides' head. He stayed outside the cell, but heard Taramis' screams. Outside the prison, Khumbanigash suggested to Salome to kill Taramis in front of her people and to declare herself the Queen, sure of the military supremacy of his troops over the Khaurans. Taramis wanted to wait. She threw the head of Krallides to a deaf-mute, who actually was Marcios in disguise, looking for information. Khumbanigash, gesticulating, sent him away. A week later, Conan led his Zuagirs near Khauran and Khumbanigash left the town to fight with the rest of Constantius' army. Khumbanigash died in the battle.
|Appearances: Deadpool: Games of Death #1
Mr. Kilgore hires Deadpool to retrieve his son Julian who appears to be on a martial arts reality show where participants actually die. After discovering that Julian was in fact the host of the show and killing him, Deadpool returns to Kilgore telling him that his son was dead and he also knew that it was all a maneuver to get Deadpool to participate in the show to increase the popularity and for this he did give Kilgore a million dollars more than agreed.
|Appearances: Deadpool Team-Up (Vol. 2) #885
Dr. Kilgore was suffering from an incurable tuberculosis but found a way to heal thanks to the milk of the vampire cow Hellcow, but when the beneficial effects of milk also began to fade, then he thought of using Deadpool's pituitary gland to heal definitively. So he kidnapped Deadpool and pulled HGH hormone out of the gland and injected it but the results weren't as expected. Eventually Hellcow and Deadpool together defeated Kilgore and dissolved it in acid.
|Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 2) #1, Daredevil (Vol. 2) #3|
|Appearances: Doctor Strange (Vol. 3) #4|
|Appearances: Siege: Captain America #1|
|Appearances: Kid Colt Outlaw #36|
|Appearances: Kid Colt Outlaw #55
King and his partner Denning were two bullies who continued to rough up a quiet man named Bob Daly until Kid Colt's intervention that initially roughed up the two bullies and later in complicity with Bob's nephew made King feel humiliated even by Bob and the two bullies were forced by Kid Colt to leave the town.
|Appearances: Patsy Walker #96
Because of a malignant gossip, Judy's mother forbade her to invite her friends to their house on Friday to dance like they used to, but thanks to a subterfuge from one of Judy's friends, it was revealed to her mother the truth oon the real behavior of the one who had spread the gossip making her change her mind.
|Appearances: X-Men #36
A welfare case worker through whom the X-Men, in their civilian guises, tried to acquire the funding to travel to Europe in pursuit of Professor X and Factor Three. She turned them away, believing that with Warren Worthington III among them, they already had access to funds and that their request was some sort of college prank.
|Appearances: Tomb of Dracula (Vol. 2) #3
King and Duke were the two doberman owned by David Tamblin and who escaped his control as he changed the tire of his car by attacking little Jacqueline McDonald who was playing on the nearby beach.
|Appearances: Spider-Man's Tangled Web #3
Mr. King was the father of Carl King, the Thousand, and became the second victim of his son when he went to bed with his wife in the evening, not knowing that she had become the first host of the Thousand.
|Appearances: Spider-Man's Tangled Web #3|
|Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #227|
|Appearances: Ghost Rider (Vol. 6) #15|
|Appearances: Spider-Man/Daredevil #1|
|Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #165
Klauz was the guildmaster of the local thieves' guild, who fenced all the loot taken by Conan and Fafnir from the Temple of the Dragon. When he went to show Conan the guest room, Klauz discovered that his daughter Nadine was gone, and the Cimmerian set out in search of the missing girl.
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #204|
|Appearances: Astonishing #30
Under threat of killing her daughter Helen, the mobster Killer Ryan forced Dr. Knight to create an antidote to the effects of the gas chamber. After giving Ryan the antidote, the mobster killed the scientist but did not read the note that had left him where it was written that after taking the antidote would not be able to breathe the regular air.
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #8|
|Appearances: Tomb of Dracula Presents: Throne of Blood #1|
|Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #215|
|Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #235|
|Appearances: Tales to Astonish #47
Korr was a winged ant who Ant-Man used to travel around the city on, and Korr gave up his life to protect him and the Wasp from a menacing garden snake. Henry Pym was visibly disturbed by Korr's passing and Korr's willingness to lay down his life for him. Later Pym used Korr's sentience as a base program for the Rover.
|Appearances: Thor #435, Thor #436
Kosinski was a construction contractor who had some drawing problems in the construction of one of the buildings but unable to find the architect in charge Eric Masterson, he told the foreman that Masterson was licensed and someone else would finish the job.
|Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #275|
|Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #5
Son of Acrallidus, Krallides was one of the Queen's counselors. He was a normal human, honest and faithful to the throne and probably a sage. He was considered trustworthy by Taramis, and the people listened his words. After Salome took Taramis identity, Krallides understood that something went wrong, and, after many months of odd behavior of the false Taramis, he started to believe that Taramis wasn't the real one but a false. Krallides tried to convince the Khauran population that the Queen was not Taramis but Salome had him captured and beheaded. Then Salome used Krallides' head to torture Taramis. Khumbanigash gave the head to Marcios, who was disguised as a deaf-mute and who learned that both Conan and Krallides were right and started his plans for the liberation of the Queen.
|Appearances: Young Allies #6|
|Appearances: Miss America #91, Patsy Walker #76, Patsy Walker #83, Patsy Walker #96, Avengers Annual (Vol. 2) #2000|
|Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #116|
|Appearances: Power Man and Iron Fist #107
Mrs. Kreeger was the mother of Victor Kreeger and grandmother of rockstar Zeno Saturn. She helped her son, alias the Hammer of Judgment, to unmask the Zeno Saturn impostor who had taken over from his nephew after a tragic accident where he was killed.
|Appearances: Astonishing Tales #8|
|Appearances: Alpha Flight (Vol. 2) #1|
|Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 3) #14|
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #15|
|Appearances: Ghost Rider (Vol. 6) #14|
- Daredevil #164
- Daredevil #161
- Amazing Spider-Man #416
- Conan the Barbarian #158
- Savage Sword of Conan #231
- Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #9
- Black Panther Vol 3 #3
- Mosaic #1
- Spectacular Spider-Man #134
- Red She-Hulk #60
- Annihilators #1
- Marvel Team-Up #101
- Web of Spider-Man #15
- New Mutants #67
- X-Factor #47
- New Warriors Vol 4 #3
- Wolverine: Origins #22
- Uncanny X-Men Vol 3 #6-8
- Uncanny X-Men Vol 3 #19.NOW
- Silk Vol 3 #1
- Amazing Spider-Man #798
- Wolverine Vol 3 #56
- Amazing Spider-Man #663
- Conan the Barbarian #157
- Strange Tales #60
- Avengers Vol 3 #16
- Captain America: What Price Glory? #1
- Captain America: What Price Glory? #3
- Captain America: What Price Glory? #4
- Daredevil #219
- Punisher: War Zone #38
- X-Men: Liberators #1
- Avengers Academy #16
- Lorna the Jungle Queen #2
- Marvel Comics Presents #151
- Wolverine: The Best There Is #4
- Champions Vol 4 #1
- Captain America #174
- Cable #58
- Invincible Iron Man #506
- Superior Foes of Spider-Man #7
- Iron Fist #4
- X-Men #120
- Incredible Hulk #388
- Emma Frost #5
- Non-Stop Spider-Man #1
- Non-Stop Spider-Man #2
- Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #74
- Incredible Hulk Vol 2 #77
- Incredible Hulk Vol 2 #78
- Marvel Team-Up #4
- Amazing Spider-Man: Extra! #2
- Punisher Vol 8 #2
- Marvel's Voices: Identity #1
- Sub-Mariner #48
- Sub-Mariner #49
- Captain America Annual #11
- Wolverine: The Origin #1
- X-Men: Prelude to Schism #4
- Wolverine: The Origin #2
- Punisher War Journal #50
- Thunderbolts #1
- Doctor Strange Vol 3 #3
- Deadpool Vol 7 #1
- Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #51.LR
- Marvels Snapshots: Avengers #1
- Cage Vol 2 #2
- Nova Vol 5 #11
- Nova Vol 5 #26
- Wolverine, Nick Fury: The Scorpio Connection a Marvel Graphic Novel #1
- Amazing Spider-Man #376
- Spider-Man #80
- Spider-Girl Vol 2 #5
- Black Cat Vol 2 #4
- Moon Knight Vol 2 #1
- Punisher Vol 10 #19-20
- Miles Morales: Spider-Man #27
- Savage Sword of Conan #218
- Savage Sword of Conan #233
- Uncanny X-Men: First Class Giant-Size Special #1
- Savage Sword of Conan #5
- Deadpool: Games of Death #1
- Deadpool Team-Up Vol 2 #885
- Daredevil Vol 2 #1
- Doctor Strange Vol 3 #4
- Siege: Captain America #1
- Kid Colt Outlaw #36
- Kid Colt Outlaw #55
- Patsy Walker #96
- X-Men #36
- Tomb of Dracula Vol 2 #3
- Spider-Man's Tangled Web #3
- Savage Sword of Conan #227
- Ghost Rider Vol 6 #15
- Spider-Man/Daredevil #1
- Conan the Barbarian #165
- Spectacular Spider-Man #204
- Astonishing #30
- Wolverine Vol 2 #8
- Tomb of Dracula Presents: Throne of Blood #1
- Savage Sword of Conan #215
- Savage Sword of Conan #235
- Tales to Astonish #47
- Pym's Rover
- Thor #435
- Thor #436
- Conan the Barbarian #275
- Young Allies #6
- Miss America #91
- Patsy Walker #76
- Patsy Walker #83
- Avengers Annual Vol 2 #2000
- Marvel Comics Presents #116
- Power Man and Iron Fist #107
- Astonishing Tales #8
- Alpha Flight Vol 2 #1
- Daredevil Vol 3 #14
- Wolverine Vol 2 #15
- Ghost Rider Vol 6 #14