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M'Gorah

M'Gorah (Earth-616) from Conan the Barbarian Vol 1 28 001 Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #28

M'Gorah was Thutmekri's bodyguard. He was actually possessed by the Thutmekri's enemy Dalboor, who took command of his body to sacrifice Helgi to the golden ape idol. He was eventually killed by the golden fanged ape Zemba.[1]

M'Tumbu

M'Tumbu (Earth-616) from Savage Sword of Conan Vol 1 204 001 Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #204

M'Tumbu's wife helped Conan escape the Sky-Horde. As soon as he recognized the Cimmerian, he attacked him for the bounty placed on his head by Captain Mongo, but Conan quickly knocked him down.[2]

Mabel

Mabel (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 18 0001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #18

Mabel and Zelda stumbled across the Fantastic Four while shopping in a New York department store.[3]

Mabel (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 20 001 Appearances: X-Men #20, Amazing Spider-Man #147

Mabel and Herman witnessed the Blob and Unus the Untouchable rob an armored car.[4]
Mabel and Herman later saw Spider-Man battle the Tarantula across the street in Manhattan.[5]

No Image Female Mentioned:Daredevil #59

Mabel was having a telephone conversation with a friend, who suddenly reported Daredevil swinging past her telephone booth after foiling a pair of extortionists.[6]

Mack

Mack (Scientist) from Deadpool Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Deadpool #1

Mack was a scientist who worked with Dr. Langkowski at the Project Michelangelo facility in Antarctica.[7]

MacMurphy

MacMurphy (Earth-616) from X-Factor Vol 1 88 001 Appearances: X-Factor #88

Policeman MacMurphy noticed that his gun (and the guns of the other police he was with) had just rusted away, due to Prodigal's mutant power.[8]

MacReedy

MacReedy from Wolverine Switchback Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Wolverine: Switchback #1

MacReedy was the sadistic and psychopathic sheriff of Pottsville who killed only for the sake of killing the passers-by, until he met Logan and he was killed.[9]

Mad Dog

Mad Dog (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 295 001 Appearances: Daredevil #295

Mad Dog was one of Daredevil's informants.[10]

Madeline

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

Madeline interviewed Father Peter Nova.[11]

Madison

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

Madison, daughter of Jimmy and Susie, was rescued from Razorfist by Captain America and Bucky.[12]

Maheeva

Maheeva (Earth-616) from Conan the Barbarian Vol 1 164 001 Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #164

Maheeva was emprisoned within the stone walls of his roost by a Yueshi sorcerer's dark malediction. As the magic of the Jewelled Sword of Tem could free him, he told Conan and Veden Kamal the way to reach the artifact, hoping they would get it back to him.[13]

Mahud

Mahud (Earth-616) from Conan Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Conan #1

Mahud was Conan's jailer, who was thrown by the Cimmerian into the pit and killed by a giant spider.[14]

Malachi

Malachi (Earth-616) from Conan the Adventurer Vol 1 7 001 Appearances: Conan the Adventurer #7

Malachi died in the battle upon Ravenfield; he was brought back from the dead by Hylda to fight Conan, but was defeated again.[15]

Maldiz

Maldiz (Earth-616) from Conan the Barbarian Vol 1 273 001 Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #6, Conan the Barbarian #273

Maldiz was a blacksmith who met Conan the night before he had slain the winged god of the city's secretive night cult. He helped him melt down his suspicious-looking gold coins into a new shape.[16]
While he was at his forge, he was then attacked by a vengeful pair of night cult madmen, whom he managed to kill, but his right hand was fatally injured and he was forced to abandon his trade. He later purchased the tavern where Conan stopped by many years later, looking for job opportunities for his Free Companions mercenary army.[17]

Malone

Malone (Mercenary) (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 9 001 Appearances: Wolverine Vol 2 #9

Malone was hunted by Wolverine for torturing and abusing a Canadian nun in Iraq.[18]

Malone (Earth-616) from Ghost Rider Annual Vol 3 1 001 Appearances: Ghost Rider Annual Vol 3 #1

Ms. Malone was rescued by the Ghost Rider when she was attacked by the Night Terror in the intelligence station where he escaped from.[19]

Mandy

Mandy (Earth-616) from Ghost Rider Vol 6 14 001 Appearances: Ghost Rider Vol 6 #14

Mandy was Darlene's younger sister.[20]

Manny

Manny (Earth-616) from Howard the Duck Vol 1 29 0001 Appearances: Howard the Duck #29

Manny was the agent of Joey Goniff, a showman, who was fired by his client after he got bored of the various cheap shows Manny had given him in Cleveland.[21]

Manny (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 195 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #195

Manny used to watch Aunt May playing chess with Henry at the Restwell Nursing Home.[22]

Manny (Steyr) (Earth-616) from Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 136 001 Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #136

A researcher at Steyr Security Systems, Manny removed Spider-Man's webbing with his portable laser torch.[23]

Manny (Hell's Kitchen) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 220 001 Appearances: Daredevil #220

Manny was caught by Daredevil for killing Doris.[24]

Manny (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 304 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #304

The stroller with Manny in it got stuck between the automatic doors of the subway and at the end of the platform he was catapulted into the void and only the intervention of Daredevil who catch him on the fly made sure he was saved and was delivered safely to his parents.[25]

Manny (Drug Dealer) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 395 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #395

Manny was a drug dealer working under Mr. White. Like his boss, he was confronted and defeated by Nocturne and Puma.[26]

Manny (Earth-616) from Ghost Rider Vol 3 70 0001 Appearances: Ghost Rider Vol 3 #70

Manny was Happy Jack Karne's bodyguard and when the Ghost Rider assaulted his boss he bravely came between them shouting that he wasn't afraid of him but the Ghost Rider easily overwhelmed him and killed him.[27]

Manny (Earth-616) from Captain Marvel Vol 4 26 0001 Appearances: Captain Marvel Vol 4 #26

Manny was a petty thief and a homeless man who found a faint Rick Jones on the pavement, who had a bracelet on him, not knowing that it was actually a Nega-Band.Manny took it from Rick and sold it to a pawnshop who offered him a lot of money, but immediately after that bargaining Manny had a crisis of conscience for having stolen something from someone he thought was a poor homeless person and also thought about the reaction his partner Deb would have, then he returned to the pawn shop and had the bracelet returned, giving back the money. He later discovered that the old homeless man had helped Deb give birth and that he had saved their child and then Manny gave him back the bracelet.[28]

Manny (Earth-616) from Savage Wolverine Vol 1 16 0001 Appearances: Savage Wolverine #16

Manny was a henchman of Marion who was killed in a gunfight in the prison where Logan was being held.[29]

Manuel

Manuel (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 31 001 Appearances: Avengers #31

Manuel was one of the policemen who met the Avengers, when they were looking for Goliath and Dr. Anton.[30]

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

Manuel was a policeman controlled by Kukulcàn.[31]

Manuel (Young Watchers) (Earth-616) from Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 114 001 Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #114

Manuel , a member of the Young Watchers vigilante group of Harlem, was a friend of Jim Wilson.[32]

Manuel (Empire State Building) (Earth-616) from Web of Scarlet Spider Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Web of Scarlet Spider #3

Manuel was grabbed by the Scarlet Spider and stranded on the railing of the observation deck of the Empire State Building.[33]

Mara

Mara (Empire State Building) (Earth-616) from Web of Scarlet Spider Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Web of Scarlet Spider #3

Mara witnessed the Scarlet Spider grab Manuel and strand him on the railing of the observation deck of the Empire State Building.[33]

Marcel

Marcel (Earth-616) from Marvel Comics Presents Vol 1 68 001 Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #68

Marcel was an antiquity seller from Paris.[34]

Marcia

Marcia (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 80 001 Appearances: Spider-Man #80

Marcia lived in a building attacked by Crown and the Hydra.[35]

Marcia (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 517 0001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #517

Marcia was an adviser to the mayor of New York City. During a crisis, she insisted on refusing to ask for help from the Fantastic Four to the point where the mayor refused to listen to her advice and fired her.[36]

Marco

Marco (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

Marco was one of the volunteers who were put together in the Carol Cadets by Becky St. Jude to put Ulysses' knowledge to good use.[37]

Margaret

Margaret (Earth-616) from Kingpin Vol 1 7 001 Appearances: Kingpin #7

Margaret was one of the reporters who interviewed Senator Tony Bianco after his son was released from captivity.[38]

Margaret (Earth-616) from Marvel Knights 4 Vol 1 19 0001 Appearances: 4 #19

Margaret was present at the meeting convened by Susan Richards in the offices of the Fantastic Enterprise, a subsidiary of the Fantastic Four, Inc.[39]

Marge

Marge (NYC) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 259 001 Appearances: Avengers #259

Marge witnessed Captain America avoid the New York City traffic in his own unique way.[40]

Margie

Margaret (Am-Can) (Earth-616) from Alpha Flight Vol 2 -1 001 Appearances: Alpha Flight Vol 2 #-1

Margie introduced Heather McNeil to Dr. Hudson.[41]

Margie (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 536 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #536

Margie was a Channel 9 News announcer who witnessed Peter Parker declaring his mistake of registering his identity, giving his allegiance to the non-registered, and giving a description of the Negative Zone Prison, where the caught superhumans were imprisoned for life during the Civil War.[42]

Maria

Maria (Caribbean) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 29 001 Appearances: Iron Man #29

Maria was a political refugee whose boat was rescued by Tony Stark.[43]

Marilyn

No Image Female Appearances: Tower of Shadows #5

A beautiful blond college student, Marilyn and her beau were planning to attend a dance occurring soon, unaware their relationship was being viewed with envy by Johnny, a crippled student who was too self-conscious of his disability to pursue a social life himself.[44]

Marilyn (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 504 001 Appearances: Journey into Mystery #504

Marilyn was one of Freddy Moyer's models.[45]

Mario

Mario (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 18 001 Appearances: Avengers #18

Mario was a circus acrobat, who couldn't stretch far enough to catch a falling mate; the seemingly doomed trapezist was however unwittingly saved by Pietro Maximoff[46].

Mario (Barman) (Earth-616) from Marvel Graphic Novel Vol 1 50 001 Appearances: Marvel Graphic Novel #50

Mario was a barman and an acquaintance of Colonel Fury.[47]

Marissa

Marissa (Earth-616) From Tomb of Dracula Vol 1 68 0001 Appearances: Tomb of Dracula #68

Marissa was one of the vampires loyal to Torgo. Dracula located her in a time when he had lost his vampire nature, and demanded that she turn him back into a vampire. Marissa refused, telling Dracula that she was now loyal to her new master Torgo, before swatting Dracula away and fleeing in bat form.[48]

Marissa (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 629 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #629, Amazing Spider-Man #630, Amazing Spider-Man #633

Marissa was Dr. Curt Connors' assistant.[49] Connors grew jealous over Marissa when she flirted with Brian King.[50] After the massacre at Phelcorp Industries, Marissa was adopted as a human pet by the Lizard.[51]

Mark

Mark (Henchman) (Earth-616) from Daring Mystery Comics Vol 1 8 0001 Appearances: Daring Mystery Comics #8

Mark was a henchman of Gore who, together with his companions, was forced by the Thunderer to take him to his boss's den. Once there, Mark and the other two henchmen were killed in the fire that followed a short circuit caused by their leader.[52]

Mark (Mugger) (Earth-616) from Uncanny Tales Vol 1 6 0001 Appearances: Uncanny Tales #6

Mark wanted to give up his gruesome trade as mugger and killer but he loved his wife and wanted to continue to give her expensive presents. He pulled one last job and resolved to tell her he's broke when he goes through a dark alley and feels a knife shoved deep into his back. It turns out his wife is in the same business for the same reason.[53]

Mark (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 64 0001 Appearances: Iron Man #64

Mark and his girlfriend Sharon were in Roxie Gilbert's health food store in Detroit when Rokk, a creature created by Dr. Spectrum, broke into the shop. Annoyed by Mark's reaction during the assault, Sharon decided to break up with him.[54]

Mark (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 87 0001 Appearances: Iron Man #87

Mark was sailing on his father's sailboat with his friend Jimmy on Long Island Sound when they were assaulted by Blizzard who used them to distract Iron Man.[55]

Mark (Pilot) (Earth-616) from Marvel Team-Up Annual Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Marvel Team-Up Annual #1

Mark was an airline pilot who was on board the Boeing 747 carrying Professor Xavier and the X-Men at the International Conference on Man-Made Mutation.[56]

Mark (Hoodlum) (Earth-616) from Marvel Super-Heroes Vol 2 7 0001 Appearances: Marvel Super-Heroes Vol 2 #7

Mark was a thug who worked for the Stinger. Under Stinger's orders and armed with Stinger's electric weapon, Mark assaulted a group of homeless people to flush out Stinger's old enemy the Angel. Mark and the other Stinger's other henchmen were defeated by the Angel with the help of Cloak and Dagger.[57]

Mark (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 304 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #304

Mark was playing with the racquet with a friend on Lafayette Avenue when an oncoming car with its driver distracted by the cellular just as Mark's was in the middle of the road and was about to be invested by it but thanks to the intervention of Daredevil the tragedy was avoided.[25]

Mark (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 382 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #382

Mark was a director on the soap opera Secret Hospital. He had to cut Mary Jane's scene, even if it was her only on-screen appearance.[58]

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

Mark was one of the doctors who assisted Peter Parker when he collapsed without any warning.[59]

Mark (Superhero fan) (Earth-616) from Marvel Heroes & Legends Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Marvel: Heroes & Legends #1

Mark was a kid and a great fan of superheroes. He was accompanied by his father to watch the arrival of the superhero guests to the wedding of Reed Richards and Susan Storm, but during the Grey Gargoyle's attack he was lost in the crowd, and was rescued by Spider-Man.[60]

Mark (Cypress Hills) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 425 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #425

Mark and Glenn witnessed a group of ninjas rob the grave of Doctor Octopus in broad daylight at Cypress Hills Cemetery.[61]

Mark (Worldwide Investment Corporation) (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 5 5 0001 Appearances: Punisher Vol 5 #5

Mark was the first of the board members of the Worldwide Investment Corporation to be killed by the vigilante Mr. Payback when he broke into the boardroom.[62]

Mark (Child) (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 3 50 0001 Appearances: Captain America Vol 3 #50

Mark was a child who idolized Captain America and during play always chose the part of his favorite hero. At the news of the death of Captain America, he was upset to the point of not intervening to defend his classmate who was bullied for being an immigrant.[63]

Marc (Actor) (Earth-616) from Torch Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Torch #4

Mark was filming on a tropical island just when Compound D arrived ashore, wrapping up the entire film crew and making them all his thralls.[64]

Mark (Child) (Earth-616) from Kingpin Vol 2 2 0001 Appearances: Kingpin Vol 2 #2

Mark was a patient in a children's hospital built by Wilson Fisk and was very fond of Fisk. He played with Fisk every time he visited.[65]

Markie

Markie (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 184 001 Appearances: Daredevil #184

Markie was a heroin junkie who died from an uncut dose.[66]

Marla

Marla (Only Cake) (Earth-616) from Hulk Vol 4 7 0001 Appearances: Hulk Vol 4 #7, Hulk Vol 4 #8

Marla was the owner of the technical material for the Only Cake kitchen webshow that was destroyed during the transformation of the star of the show Oliver Constantin into a monstrous being due to a mutogen compound poured on the cake he prepared by the show's cameraman.[67]
While trying to recover some of the material from the recording studio, Marla came into contact with a small part of the offending cake and her hand was also infected and underwent a mutation.[68]

Marlowe

Marlowe (Earth-616) from Marvel Premiere Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Marvel Premiere #2

Marlowe was a private eye hired by Col. Barney Roberts, Sen. Nathan Carter and Mr. Josiah Grey to find their children.[69]

Marta

Marta (Spain) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 2 116 0001 Appearances: Daredevil Vol 2 #116, Daredevil #500

Marta was a Spanish woman who met and started a relationship with Wilson Fisk when he tried to start a new life in Spain. Fisk fell in love with Marta, as she made him smile at silly things, and because of the way she enjoyed life. Marta eventually allowed Wilson to meet her children, Adriana and Jaime, and even refused to learn about Wilson's past, as she preferred to simply meet the man that was trying to change. However, after some months of a happy relationship, Marta and her children were slaughtered by the Hand and Lady Bullseye.[70]

Martens

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

Martens was a Project Echelon superhuman with the power to block Red She-Hulk's transformation for about twenty minutes, who confronted her in Annapolis.[71]

Martha

Martha (Fontain of Youth) (Earth-616) from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 23 0001 Appearances: Tales of Suspense #23

Martha and her husband John 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.[72]

Martha (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 50 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #50

Despite the Daily Bugle's alarming claims, Martha was thankful to Spider-Man for saving her payroll and life, after he defeated the criminals who attempted to rob her office.[73]

Martha (NYC) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 74 001 Appearances: Avengers #74, Marvel Team-Up #65

Martha fainted as she witnessed the Vision disappearing into the sidewalk, as the android was stalking the streets looking for the Black Panther[74].
Some time later, the wall of Martha's home was damaged in a battle between Spider-Man and Captain Britain, forcing her husband to call the police[75].

Martha (Reporter) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Spider-Man Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Daredevil Spider-Man #4

WXNK reporter Martha covered the news about an impenetrable cosmic energy bubble which encased a three-block stretch just southeast of a Venturi dockside apartments.[76]

Martha (Doctor) (Earth-616) from New Avengers Annual Vol 3 1 001 Appearances: New Avengers Annual Vol 3 #1

Martha was a former lover and colleague of Doctor Strange.[77]

Martin

Martin (Sailor) (Earth-616) from Marvel Mystery Comics Vol 1 11 0001 Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #11

Martin was the second officer on board the Super Yacht commanded by Luther Robinson and used to flush out the Sub-Mariner and the Atlanteans.[78]

Martin (Earth-616) from Marvel Mystery Comics Vol 1 28 0001 Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #28

During the Mardi Gras parade on Coney Island, a terrorist threw a flaming bomb at a car in the parade, killing all the passengers except Mr. Martin., who managed to tell the Human Torch that there were smugglers in the tower just before losing consciousness.[79]

Mr. Martin (Earth-616) from Comedy Comics Vol 1 11 0001 Appearances: Comedy Comics #11

Mr. Martin was the father of Maisie Martin, an aspiring actress. With his whole family, he went to see his daughter's recitation which turned out to be a comedy success despite sabotage by Maisie's rival.[80]

Mrs. Martin (Earth-616) from Comedy Comics Vol 1 11 0001 Appearances: Comedy Comics #11

Mrs. Martin was the mother of Maisie Martin, an aspiring actress. With her whole family, she went to see her daughter's recitation which turned out to be a comedy success despite sabotage by Maisie's rival.[80]

Dr. Martin (Earth-616) from Kid Komics Vol 1 1 Appearances: Kid Komics #1

Dr. Martin ventured in the Endless Caverns to explore them and prove that they are not endless, but he disappeard for months. When he was about to be declared missing, he reappeared at the mouth of the cave totally exhausted, warning everyone to use explosives to close the mouth of the cave because of the being that is inside. Then he collapsed and died.[81]

Martin (Circus) (Earth-616) from Sub-Mariner Comics Vol 1 22 0001 Appearances: Sub-Mariner Comics #22

Co-owner of the Martin and Vanna Circus, Martin was assassinated by Darko the Clown after he fired him and accused him of not being able to laugh any more.[82]

Martin (Actor) (Earth-616) from Deadly Hands of Kung Fu Vol 1 26 0001 Appearances: Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #26

Martin was an actor who participated in Rikki Trane's film shot in Canada where Bob Diamond had an accident and everyone thought he was dead in the snow.[83]

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

Martin was the leader of the street gang eliminated by Anne.[84]

Martin (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 2 4 0001 Appearances: Punisher Vol 2 #4

Martin was Frank Castle's weapons supplier and was killed in a shootout while giving information to Frank about a religious cult that was looking for many weapons.[85]

Martin (Henchman) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 297 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #297

Martin was a stooge of Doctor Octopus who acted as his chauffeur and helicopter pilot.[86]

Martin (Henchman) (Earth-616) from Terror Inc. Vol 1 8 0001 Appearances: Terror Inc. #8

Martin was a henchman of Mr. Servido charged with kidnapping Suzie and Ollie Henry but was intercepted by Terror, who sprinkled him with gasoline and set him on fire.[87]

Martin (Earth-616) from Marvels Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Marvels #4

Martin was one of the patrons who went to the bookstore to get the photobook "Marvels" signed by its author Phil Sheldon.[88]

Martin (Earth-616) from Gambit Vol 2 3 0001 Appearances: Gambit Vol 2 #3

Martin joined the cult of the Seventh House initially to meet the female cultists, but then stayed as found he could make easy money in the cult. At the service of the Cult, Martin began to follow and spy on Gambit and Anielle, following them to France where he was devoured by demonic insects.[89]

Martin (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 4 12 0001 Appearances: Captain America Vol 4 #12

Martin was a boy whom Steve Rogers taught to respect the flag of their homeland.[90]

Martin (Earth-616) from Sensational Spider-Man Vol 2 29 001 Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man Vol 2 #29

Martin was Mary Jane Watson's assistant for a MacBeth rehearsal.[91]

Martin (Midtown High) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 1.2 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #1.2, Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #1.3, Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #1.4, Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #1.5

Martin was one of the members of the school A.V. Club at Midtown High School.[92]

Martin (Pundit) (Earth-616) from Captain America Sam Wilson Vol 1 9 0001 Appearances: Captain America: Sam Wilson #9

Martin was a television pundit talking about the return of Steve Rogers and consequently the presence of two Captain Americas.[93]

Martina

Martina (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 2 58 001 Appearances: Thor Vol 2 #58

Martina was a Slokovian worshiper of Thor.[94]

Marty

Marty (Driver) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 72 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #72, Daredevil #170, Amazing Spider-Man #425

Marty was driving an armored car which was attacked by Shocker; once Spider-Man defeated the villain and left the dough grabbed from the truck, he truly recognized Spider-Man's bravery.[95]
Many years later, Marty recalled how he used to drive a garbage truck across Manhattan.[96]
A few years later, Marty and Herb barely escaped with their lives when their armored car was attacked by Electro.[61]

Marty (Security Guard) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 146 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #146

Marty was one of Santonio's security guards.[97]

Marty (Georgia) (Earth-616) from Jungle Action Vol 2 24 001 Appearances: Jungle Action Vol 2 #24

Marty was a golf player who witnessed the Wind Eagle flying over the Water Crest Country Club.[98]

Marty (Truck Driver) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 167 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #167

Marty and his partner Ted were two truck drivers who came across Will O' the Wisp on a desolate stretch of the New Jersey coast highway.[99]

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

Marty was one of the kids who attended "Mr. Mike's One-Ring Traveling Tent Show" in Sullivan County, unaware that its star attractions were the X-Men under Mesmero's hypnosis.[100]

Marty (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 250 001 Appearances: Captain America #250

Marty was part of Samuel T. Underwood's staff; he didn't think they could convince Captain America to run for President[101].

Marty (Orb) (Earth-616) Appearances: Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine #1

Marty met Spider-Man and Wolverine during a bank robbery.[102]

Marty (McLaren) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 3 4 001 Appearances: Avengers Vol 3 #4, Avengers Vol 3 #25

Marty was Megan McLaren's cameraman.[103]
Marty filmed Thor assaulting news reporters after the battle against the Exemplars by the East River.[104]

Marv

Marv (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 24 001 Appearances: X-Men #24

Marv was one of the policemen called by Henry after his wheat field was razed by the Locust's giant insects.[105]

Marvin

Marvin (Rail Worker) (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 125 001 Appearances: Journey into Mystery #125

Marvin was a rail worker who witnessed Hercules lifting a fallen sequoia from the tracks and hurling it into the surrounding hills.[106]

Marvin (Boxer) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 38 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #38

Marvin was a boxer who confronted Joe Smith and Spider-Man at the gym.[107]

Marvin (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 82 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #82

Marvin was a late night TV show host who briefly interviewed Spider-Man on the Midnight Show, before they were abruptly interrupted by Electro's attack.[108]

Marvin (Long Island) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 36 001 Appearances: Iron Man #36

While driving on the Long Island Expressway, Marvin witnessed Iron Man lift a two-ton car.[109]

Marvin from X-Force Vol 1 66 0001 Appearances: X-Force #66

Marvin was an obese child who visited the Wackyworld theme park with his mother.[110]

Marvin (Manhattan) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man The Venom Agenda Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Spider-Man: The Venom Agenda #1

Marvin was on the subway train with Peter Parker when he was having a severe sinus headache.[111]

Marvin (Drug Dealer) (Earth-616) from Black Panther Vol 3 2 001 Appearances: Black Panther Vol 3 #2

Marvin was a drug dealer who was forcibly recruited by the Black Panther as one of his intelligence operatives.[112]

Marvin (Redemption) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Redemption Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Daredevil: Redemption #4

As requested by Matthew Murdock, Marvin installed a voice simulator to help Amos Flood in Redemption Valley.[113]

Mary

Mary (Earth-616) from Marvel Mystery Comics Vol 1 5 0001 Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #5

Mary was a bank employee who during a bank robbery was taken hostage by the robbers and immediately rescued by the Angel.[114]

Mary (Earth-616) from Mystic Comics Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Mystic Comics #4

When actress Janet Wayne committed suicide, her fellow actresses Mary claimed that somebody had driven Wayne to suicide. This prompted Dr. Gade to invisibly follow Mary to see if there was any merit to her claims. Sure enough a group of thugs came to warn her to keep quiet. When she refused, they knocked her out to take her to their leader, a man known as Fatty. After various vicissitudes, Dr. Gade defeated Fatty and his gang and rescued Mary.[115]

Mary (Earth-616) from Daring Mystery Comics Vol 1 7 0001 Appearances: Daring Mystery Comics #7

Mary was snooping through Boss Dram's office searching for the material that Dram was using to blackmail her father with the truth behind a mistake he made while he was a young doctor. She was caught in the act by one of Dram's men, but she was rescued by the arrival of a new costumed hero, the Challenger.[116]

Mary (Earth-616) Marvel Mystery Comics Vol 1 20 Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #20

Returning home after investigating a bank robbery, Inspector Crane found his maid Mary tied up and his papers shuffled through. He called Terry Vance to come at once, but when Terry arrived Crane was dead and Mary explained that he dropped dead after answering another phone call[117].

Mary (Earth-616) from Captain America Comics Vol 1 12 0001 Appearances: Captain America Comics #12

Mary's father was killed by a gang of criminals and to cover up the homicide they set a palace on fire. To prevent Mary from reporting the criminals to the D.A., they tried to eliminate her but she was saved thanks to the intervention of Father Time.[118]

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

Having been named sole heir by a wealthy aunt, Mary's undisclosed relatives decided to eliminate her by hiring a hit man who hides his victims' corpses inside bronze statues.[119]

Mary (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 12 0001 Appearances: Journey into Mystery #12

A thief, Charles Marrow, tricks Mary the maid of Dragmoor Castle into helping to steal its priceless art collection. During the robbery he's spotted by Dragmoor's owner Robert Munfrey and kills him. Upon being chased by servants he's saved by Mary and hides inside a room. In the morning Charles finds the door is locked. Mary appears and reveals that everyone in the castle are ghosts including her and he's now staying there with her forever.[120]

Mary (Earth-616) from Black Rider Vol 1 24 0001 Appearances: Black Rider #24

Mary was the girlfriend of Clint Holden, but the Marshall Jesse Crawl fell in love with her, and so he sent his brother gunman Hal Crawl to eliminate Clint. Clint killed Hal in self-defense, but was framed for Hal's murder and had to flee.[121]

Mary (Earth-616) from Matt Slade, Gunfighter Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Matt Slade, Gunfighter #1

Mary was the girlfriend of Ben Trumbull, a former outlaw who, after meeting Mary, redeemed himself and thanks to Matt Slade solved his past problems with the gang he was part of, allowing the couple to live happily.[122]

Mary (Earth-616) from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Tales of Suspense #2

Mary was a child who was frightened by what looked like an alien invasion.[123]

Mary (Earth-616) from Captain Marvel Vol 1 19 0001 Appearances: Captain Marvel #19

Mary was a tenant of the Minos Towers on which he experimented behavioral experiments the scientist Cornelius Webb and was rescued, along with all the other tenants, by Captain Marvel.[124]

Mary (Earth-616) from Tales of the Zombie Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Tales of the Zombie #4

Mary and three other prisoners escaped from the Bastille, but all four died after their flight. Mary was killed by her aunt where they sought refuge in order to sell their bodies.[125]

Mary (Earth-616) from Ms. Marvel Vol 1 6 0001 Appearances: Ms. Marvel #6

Mary was a secretary at the Daily Bugle who transferred to Woman magazine.[126]

Mary from Godzilla Vol 1 11 0001 Appearances: Godzilla #10, Godzilla #11

Mary and her friends were making rafting right on the river where were fighting Godzilla and Yetrigar and were thrown out of the boat but they managed to save themselves with many difficulties thanks to the intervention of the Godzilla Squad of S.H.I.E.L.D.[37]

Mary (Earth-616) from Machine Man Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Machine Man #2

Mary was a nurse at the Central City Sanitarium who warned Dr. Spaulding that the patient in the Zero Room had woken up.[127]

Mary (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 133 0001 Appearances: X-Men #133

Mary was a waitress working at the Hellfire Club, and during a reception the butler made sure she had special regard to the host and presidential candidate Robert Kelly.[128]

Mary (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 1 311 0001 Appearances: Thor #311

Mary was one of the people in the crowd protesting outside the hospital where a boy who was injured by a policeman in a tragic accident was hospitalized.[129]

Mary (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 295 0001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #295

Mary and her husband Daniel were walking in Central Park when they met Hulk and they approached him with the intention of helping him as he was wounded but he got him back badly by pushing Daniel and knocking him down.[130]

Mary (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 192 0001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #192

Mary was a student at Columbia University and when she met Professor Xavier, she told him that she had enjoyed her seminar very much, to which he replied wittily that in any case her grades would remain the same.[131]

Mary (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 247 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #247

Mary was the former girlfriend of Agent Crock. After undergoing experiments from Project: Reptile, Chrock had visions where he saw Mary rejecting him and not saving him from falling off a precipice.[132]

Mary (Homeless) (Earth-616) from Nick Fury vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Nick Fury vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. #2

Mary was shot and killed by James Woo for sheltering Nick Fury in the sewers beneath Grand Central Station.[133]

Mary (Earth-616) from Avengers Spotlight Vol 1 26 0001 Appearances: Avengers Spotlight #26

Mary was a scientist who worked at the Vault and was present during the mass escape attempt by The Wizard in collaboration with Loki during the Acts of Vengeance.[134]

Mary (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 3 11 0001 Appearances: Captain America Vol 3 #11

Mary was Congressman Andrew Bolt's secretary. She congratulated him on his brilliant speech during the Congressional campaign.[135]

Mary from Origin Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Origin #4

Mary was an inhabitant of the quarry run by Smitty in British Columbia, and after crossing paths with the young Logan, she told her friend that he had donated a side of deer to Jake Walker's widow.[136]

Sister Mary (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 2 54 0001 Appearances: Thor Vol 2 #54

Sister Mary was a Catholic nun who worked as a nurse at St. Mary's Hospital and after seeing the miraculous treatments carried out by the Asgardians towards the patients of the hospital she had doubts about her faith approaching the cult of the Asgardians.[137]

Mary (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 512 0001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #512

Mary and other homeless people reclaimed T-shirts with the image of the Human Torch that had been thrown into a dumpster, even though Mary's T-shirt had Spider-Man's picture instead.[138]

Mary (Earth-616) from Toxin Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Toxin #3

Mary was a follower of Razorfist and took her place as his favorite after Lulu was hurt.[139]

Mary (Earth-616) from Punisher vs. Bullseye Vol 1 5 0001 Appearances: Punisher vs. Bullseye #2, Punisher vs. Bullseye #5

Mary was a waitress at Java Junction who accepted a date with a customer not knowing that he was actually Bullseye and she had involuntarily become one of his pawns.[140], [141]

Mary (Earth-616) from Sub-Mariner Vol 2 1 0001 Appearances: Sub-Mariner Vol 2 #1

Mary and her father were at a celebration parade in Bentonville, Kansas, when there was an attack by a Atlantean sleeper cell and they both were killed.[142]

Mary (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 557 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #556, Amazing Spider-Man #557

Mary was a colleague of Dr. Benjamin Rabin who intended to summon a Mayan god and then sacrifice his colleagues to the god. Initially Rabin told Spider-Man that he and his colleagues were hunted down by a group of Mayan extremists and that Mary and the others were still outside in the blizzard.[143]
But when Spider-Man found Mary, she told him that Rabin was the real culprit and also Spider-Man discovered that she was intended to become the sacrifice to the Mayan god but he rescued her.[144]

Sister Mary (Earth-616) from X-Force Vol 3 3 0001 Appearances: X-Force Vol 3 #3

A member of the Purifiers, Sister Mary was charged with finding the body of Cameron Hodge in the mountains of Tibet.[145]

Mary (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 600 0001 Appearances: Captain America #600

After the assassination of Captain America, Mary interviewed Joseph Paglino, owner of the largest and most valuable Captain America memorabilia collection.[146]

Mary (Earth-616) from Peter Parker Vol 1 5 0001 Appearances: Peter Parker #5

Mary was a homeless person whose memory was erased by A.I.M. after she had worked for them in the administrative field in a plot to exploit the homeless.[147]

Mary (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 7 4 0001 Appearances: Captain America Vol 7 #4, Captain America Vol 7 #6 (Mentioned)

Mary was the biological mother of Leopold Zola. She did not want to have children with Arnim Zola and after discovering his laboratory, she tried to escape but Zola captured her and experimented on her artificially inseminating her and generating the children he wanted.[148]

Mary (Earth-616) from Hulk Vol 4 7 0001 Appearances: Hulk Vol 4 #7

Mary was a traumatized woman who attended the meetings of the St. Mary's Trauma Peer Support Group in which Jennifer Walters also participated.[67]

Mary Alice

Mary Alice (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 205 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #205

When Daredevil found the body of a recently murdered Gael victim, he heard the sound of heartbeats behind a door, but when he kicked the door, into the room he found only Mary Alice who had accepted the marriage proposal by her boyfriend.[149]

Mary Beth

Mary Beth (Earth-616) from Defenders Vol 1 7 001 Appearances: Defenders #7

Mary Beth was caught underwater by a giant squid commanded by Attuma.[150]

Mary Catherine

Mary Catherine (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 523 0001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #523

After the device that was used to bring back to humanity Ben Grimm malfunctioned, Sister Mary Catherine, a nun and teacher, was among the people who casually acquired momentarily the powers of the Fantastic Four, in this case she turned into the Thing.[151]

Mary Elizabeth

Mary Elizabeth (Earth-616) from Doctor Strange Vol 2 47 0001 Appearances: Doctor Strange Vol 2 #47

Mary Elizabeth was the student honor at Norcross University who was given the honor of ringing the bell that was found inside the sea chest that had belonged to the founder of the University, not knowing that ringing the bell would invoke the extradimensional demon Ikonn.[152]

Mary Ellen

Mary Ellen (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 431 0001 Appearances: Captain America #431

Mary Ellen was the resident adviser at Hayden College who discovered the presence of a boy in Cathy Webster's room and threatened her that she coul make suspend her for violating college rules.[153]

Mary Lou

Mary Lou (Earth-616) from Invaders Vol 1 35 0001 Appearances: Invaders #35

Mary Lou was in the car with her boyfriend when Iron Cross arrived and overthrew their car with them inside.[154]

Mary Lou (Earth-616) from Rom Vol 1 47 0001 Appearances: Rom #47

During an appointment with Johnny Ross their car broke down on the edge of a forest and there they were attacked and killed by two Dire Wraiths who then assumed their identities.[155]

Mary Lou (Earth-616) from Iron Man Annual Vol 1 8 0001 Appearances: Iron Man Annual #8

Mary Lou was a resident of the village of Pottersville and while walking with her husband through the streets of the village commented on what could have happened in the nearby Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S.[156]

Mason

Mr. Mason (Earth-616) from Elektra Vol 1 8 0001 Appearances: Elektra #8

The father of Mary Mason, the girl of sixteen who was made pregnant by the Architect to procreate the being that was supposed to receive his lifeforce.[157]

Mathews

Mathews (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 181 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #181

Mathews was a Weapon X project official, who worked at a secret Canadian military complex.[158]

Matilda

Matilda (USA) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 6 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #6

Matilda and her husband Hiram spotted the Sub-Mariner while touring New York City.[159]

Matilda (Atlantic) (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 9 001 Appearances: X-Men #9

Matilda and Samuel witnessed Scott Summers becoming sick on a speeding super-liner in the North Atlantic.[160]

Matilda (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 57 001 Appearances: Avengers #57

Matilda was an old woman who fainted when she saw Goliath scaling the building wall to reach Jan's apartment.[161]

Matsunaga

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

Matsunaga was a member of Captain Hama's crew.[162]

Matsuo

Matsuo (Earth-616) from Kitty Pryde and Wolverine Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Kitty Pryde and Wolverine #2

Matsuo was one of of Ogun's henchmen, who was defeated by Kitty Pryde.[163]

Matsuzaki

Doctor Matsuzaki (Earth-616) Appearances: Deadpool Vol 2 #30, Deadpool Vol 2 #31

Dr. Matsuzaki is employed at Mercy General Hospital. When the hospital fell under attack by Claw Sect vampires, she was rescued by Deadpool.[164]

Matt

Matt from Sentinel Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Sentinel #1, Sentinel #2, Sentinel #4, Sentinel #5, Sentinel #6, Sentinel #10, Sentinel #12, Sentinel Vol 2 #1, Sentinel Vol 2 #2, Sentinel Vol 2 #3, Sentinel Vol 2 #4, Sentinel Vol 2 #5

Matt was one of Juston and Alex's closest friends. He also attended Antigo Senior High with them. The longtime sufferer of bullying, Matt often express a lot of repressed rage and thoughts violent of violent retribution.[165], [166], [167], [168], [169]

Matt (Earth-616) from 4 Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: 4 #3

Matt was one of Ben Grimm's co-workers.[170]

Matthew

Matthew (Scientist) (Earth-616) from Sensational Spider-Man Vol 1 9 001 Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man #9, Sensational Spider-Man #10

Matthew was a scientist at the Institute of Seismoharmonic Research who witnessed the Swarm attack the research facility.[171]
Matthew was taken hostage by Swarm until he was defeated by Spider-Man (Ben Reilly).[172]

Max

Max (Mobster) (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 89 001 Appearances: Journey into Mystery #89

Max was one of the mobsters who kidnapped Dr. Don Blake and Jane Foster to have them treat Thug Thatcher.[173]

Max (Cameraman) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Iron Man #4

Max filmed the arrival of Tony Stark at the exclusive alpine lodge where a scientific congress was being held.[174]

Max (St. George) (Earth-616) from Elektra Root of Evil Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Elektra Root of Evil #2

Max was a little kid living in Devlin Shelter who was approached by the evil ninja Tekagi.[11]

Max (Announcer) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 536 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #536

Max was a Channel 9 News announcer who witnessed Peter Parker declaring his mistake of registering his identity, giving his allegiance to the non-registered, and giving a description of the Negative Zone Prison, where the caught superhumans were imprisoned for life during the Civil War.[42]

Max (Greenland) (Earth-616) from Wolverine The Amazing Immortal Man & Other Bloody Tales Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Wolverine: The Amazing Immortal Man & Other Bloody Tales #1

Max was Logan's boss when he was working as a circus freak in Greenland.[175]

Maxie

Maxie (Earth-616) from Marvels Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Marvels #1

Maxie was a little kid playing Captain America against the Nazis.[176]

Maxwell

Maxwell (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 384 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #384, Incredible Hulk: Last Call #1

Mrs. Maxwell hired Betty Ross to work for an emergency hotline.[177]
Later, she witnessed Mr. Hyde's attempted assault against Veronica and Hulk's providential intervention in her defense.[178]

Mayhew

Mayhew (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 12 001 Appearances: Avengers #12

Miss Mayhew witnessed the tremblings caused by the Earth's speeded-up rotation when the Mole Man attempted to increase the speed of the planet rotation on its axis.[179]

McCray

McCray (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 4 19 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 4 #16, Amazing Spider-Man Vol 4 #19

Dr. McCray treated Jay Jameson at Mount Sinai Medical Center.[180][181]

McGinnis

McGinnis (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 4 1.1 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 4 #1.1

After his death, McGinnis' autopsy was performed by Dr. Templeton.[182]

McHenry

McHenry (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 32 001 Appearances: The Spectacular Spider-Man #207

McHenry bought Navy rifles and grenades from Joey Gregson. Surprised by Shroud, McHenry fled away, because he mustn't be connected with any crimes in the United States.[183]

McKay

McKay (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 101 001 Appearances: X-Men #101

Dr. McKay was Jean Grey's physician.[184]

McSweeny

McSweeny (Earth-616) from Civil War II Choosing Sides Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Civil War II: Choosing Sides #3

McSweeny covered the story about Hawkeye's trial.[185]

Meachum

Nurse Meachum (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 312 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #312

Nurse Meachum was young Bruce Banner's cruel baby sitter.[186]

Medvedev

Medvedev (Earth-616) from Champions Vol 1 10 001 Appearances: Champions #10

Medvedev was one of the government agents who killed Ivan Petrovich's wife and abducted his son Yuri, letting him believe to be held by the Americans in West Berlin. When the boy hated the Westerners enough, Medvedev faked a rescue to take him back across the Wall to Alexi Bruskin[187].

Megan

Megan (Earth-616) from Uncanny Inhumans Vol 1 8 001 Appearances: Uncanny Inhumans #8

Megan had dinner with Johnny Storm at the Rainbow Room.[188]

Mehdi

Mehdi (Earth-616) from Conan Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Conan #2

Mehdi and his desert raiders saw Conan intoxicated by the black lotus and decided to kill him but were eventually all slain by the Cimmerian instead.[189]

Mei-Li

Mei-Li (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 568 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #568, Amazing Spider-Man: Extra! #2

Mei-Li was working in Randall Crowne's illegal sweatshop before it was destroyed by Menace.[190]
She then joined the Inner Demons and was attacked by the Anti-Venom.[191]

Mel

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

Mel was among the White Rabbit Gang members who attempted to rob the Kwikkee Burger.[192]

Melanie

Melanie (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 336 0001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #336

Melanie was the girlfriend of Dick Torrance, the man who hosted Bruce Banner convinced he was a mutant so he could report it to X-Factor convinced that he would get a reward that would be useful for the maintenance of the son Melanie had just told him to be waiting from him.[193]

Melanie (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 3 81 0001 Appearances: Avengers Vol 3 #81

Melanie was a girl who played on the swing of a public park in Ipswich just near the fall of the Wasp after it had become gigantic in size.[194]

Melanie (Hell's Kitchen) (Earth-616) from Daredevil vs. Punisher Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Daredevil vs. Punisher #2, Daredevil vs. Punisher #3

Melanie was Jimmy Sweets' lover.[195]
She was caught in a fire set by Bushwhacker.[196]

Melanie (Earth-616) from Thor Blood Oath Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Thor Blood Oath #4

Melanie and her husband were on holiday in Ireland when they saw a group of Asgardians appear out of nowhere, including Thor.[197]

Melanie (Earth-616) from Skrull Kill Krew Vol 2 1 001 Appearances: Skrull Kill Krew Vol 2 #1

Melanie was a girl lured into a party by a group of Skrulls that slaughtered her before Ryder had a chance to rescue her.[198]

Melanie (Santa Monica) (Earth-616) from Skrull Kill Krew Vol 2 2 001 Appearances: Skrull Kill Krew Vol 2 #2

Melanie was a girl who went into a blind date with Heidi Sladkin.[199]

Melinda

Melinda (Earth-616) from Skrull Kill Krew Vol 2 4 001 Appearances: Skrull Kill Krew Vol 2 #4

Melanie was a contestant of a web program, unaware that the whole show was controlled by Skrulls and its main purpose was to slaughter human beings as cattle. She was rescued by the Skrull Kill Krew.[200]

Melissa

Melissa (Earth-616) from Peter Parker Spider-Man Vol 2 4 001 Appearances: Peter Parker: Spider-Man Vol 2 #4

Melissa was left catatonic with shock after her significant other Jeff was abducted by the Sewer Killer.[201]

Melissa (Nurse) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 6 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 2 #6

Nurse Melissa allowed J. Jonah Jameson and his wife to visit Mattie Franklin.[202]

Melvin

Melvin (Earth-616) from Defenders Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Defenders #5

Melvin witnessed the Valkyrie walking down the streets in the Village.[203]

Mendes

Mendes (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 3 8 001 Appearances: Wolverine Vol 3 #8

Mendes was an immigrant smuggler who killed his partner Ian Ritter.[204]

Menskar

Menskar (Earth-616) from Conan the Barbarian Vol 1 167 001 Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #167

Menskar used to run a rat-game around various Nemedian towns and hamlets, until his cheating technique was unnmasked by Conan. Wanting revenge, he and his men ambushed him while the Cimmerian was with Noirelle, but the barbarian quickly defeated them all.[205]

Merce

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

Merce was one of the people who gathered at the Madison Square Garden to listen to Reverend Stryker's sermon.[84]

Mercy

Mr. Mercy (Earth-616) from Deadpool Vol 1 53 0001 Appearances: Deadpool #53

Mr. Mercy was the father of the twin serial killers Mercy Sisters and he himself was killed and dismembered by his daughters and stored in the basement of their residence.[206]

Mrs. Mercy (Earth-616) from Deadpool Vol 1 53 0001 Appearances: Deadpool #53

Mrs. Mercy was the mother of the twin serial killers Mercy Sisters and she herself was killed and dismembered by her daughters and stored in the basement of their residence.[206]

Meredith

Meredith (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 420 001 Appearances: Journey into Mystery #509, Amazing Spider-Man #420

As a teenager, Meredith declined Howie Barker's advances.[207]
She later met X-Man in Washington Square Park.[208]

Merle

Merle (Earth-616) from Punisher Summer Special Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Punisher Summer Special #4

Merle was an illegal wildlife trader who was killed by the Punisher[209].

Merrick

Merrick (El Paso) (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 3 7 001 Appearances: Wolverine Vol 3 #7

Merrick was an immigrant smuggler who was killed by Wolverine.[210]

Merrill

Merrill (Earth-616) from Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 136 001 Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #136

Merrill was a Steyr Security Systems scientist who attempted to analyze Spider-Man's webbing.[23]

Merriweather

Merriweather (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 23 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #23

Merriweather complimented with J. Jonah Jameson for hiring back ex-convict Frederick Foswell.[211]

Merv

Merv (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 5 28 001 Appearances: Captain America Vol 5 #28

Merv believed that Captain America was assassinated.[212]

Mia

Mia (News Anchor) (Earth-616) from Avengers Earth's Mightiest Heroes Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes #1

Mia was a news anchor who announced the Avengers' intention to band together in an official capacity.[213]

Michael

Michael (Earth-616) from Sgt Fury and his Howling Commandos Vol 1 72 0001 Appearances: Sgt Fury and his Howling Commandos #72

During the WWII Michael was the owner of Mike's Chicago Bar in Marrakesh and helped Sam Sawyer to make escape the German scientist Dr. Steuben from Nazi Germany to the United States, and to hide one of the leaders of the Danish resistance, Josef de Groot, who was the father of his beloved Christine.[214]

Ms. Michael (Earth-616) from Ghost Rider Vol 2 21 0001 Appearances: Ghost Rider Vol 2 #21

The secretary of the personnel office at the Delazny Studios, delivers to Johnny Blaze the data related to one of the technicians working for the Stuntmaster TV Show that turned out to be Leopold Stryke, aka the Eel.[215]

Michael (Teacher) (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 270 0001 Appearances: Captain America #270 & Captain America #279

Michael was a teacher and Arnie Roth's boyfriend, who died in an attack against Captain America by Helmut Zemo.[216]

Michael (The Rose's henchman) (Earth-616) from Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 84 0001 Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #84

Michael was killed by another henchman of The Rose for using an unsecured phone line.[217]

Michael (Director) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Web of Doom Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Spider-Man: Web of Doom #1

Michael was the director of the movie Amazon Annie: Princess of the Jungle starring Mary Jane Watson.[218]

Michael (Earth-616) from Punisher War Zone Vol 1 34 001 Appearances: Punisher: War Zone #34

Michael, along with Stephan were two Kamtek employees, who were killed and impersonated by Vikady and Taz.[219]

Michael (NYC) (Earth-616) from The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 233 001 Appearances: The Spectacular Spider-Man #233

Michael and his girlfriend were saved by the Spider-Carnage from a gang of street thugs.[220]

Michael (Scarpetti's Henchman) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 1998 0001 Appearances: Spider-Man Annual #1998

Along with Scarpetti's other henchmen, Michael assaulted a convalescent MacKinley Stewart to take possession of an object given to him by Sam Lincoln. He and the other henchmen were stopped from carrying out their task due to the intervention of Elektra.[221]

Michael (Bar Patron) (Earth-616) from Peter Parker Spider-Man Vol 2 23 0001 Appearances: Peter Parker: Spider-Man Vol 2 #23

Peter Parker meets Michael in a bar and notices that he also wears the wedding ring even though he is evidently alone, and Michael reassures Peter by telling him that many men are in their situation.[222]

Michael (England) (Earth-616) from X-Force Vol 1 114 0001 Appearances: X-Force #114

Michael was a man working for Romany Wisdom.[223]

Michael (Tourist) (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 6 6 0001 Appearances: Punisher Vol 6 #6

While visiting the Statue of Liberty under a heavy rain, Michael and his family were approached by a crazed Joseph Perrett, who after having massacred his family and a waitress in a diner, wandered around the city. Perrett released Michael and his family after Michael's mother sobered him a little 'making him look carefully at her children and the father of her children[224].

Michael (Editor) (Earth-616) from Vote Loki Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Vote Loki #1

Michael was the editor of Nisa Contreras at the Daily Bugle during the period that Loki tried to get elected to the presidency of the USA.[225]

Mickey

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

Mickey and Frank, members of the Metropolitan Police Department, arrested Warlock's followers in Washington, D.C..[226]

Mickey (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 168 001 Appearances: Daredevil #168, Daredevil #172

Mickey was a qualified hitman who got four kills on his credit. When Eric Slaughter sent him to Village Cigars for more of his favorite cigars, Mickey was caught by Daredevil and told him where Alarich Wallenquist was supposed to be.[227]
Some time later, Mickey was also interrogated by Bullseye about the Kingpin's current whereabouts.[228]

Mickey (Vault) (Earth-616) from X-Force Vol 1 24 001 Appearances: X-Force #24

Mickey was one of the guards of the Vault, who were transporting Rusty and Skids from the Vault to Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters; their transport was hijacked near Sparta by the Friends of Humanity, who disabled the guards' armors with an Electromagnetic Scrambling Pulse and captured the prisoners[229].

Miggy

Miggy (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 388 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #388

Miggy played with Rick Jones and Kelly at the concert held in Jim Wilson's clinic for AIDS patients.[230]

Miguel

Miguel (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 1 247 001 Appearances: Thor #247

Miguel was a rebel who was ordered by El Lobo to guard Jane Foster, but he was swiftly fooled and defeated by the captive girl[231].

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

A member of the White Rabbit Gang, Miguel was ordered to pull over the White Rabbit's van when they were being tailed by Spider-Man and Frog Man.[192]

Miguel (Chile) (Earth-616) from Ms. Marvel Vol 2 19 001 Appearances: Ms. Marvel Vol 2 #19

Miguel was one of the men kidnapped by the Puppet Master.[232]

Miguel (Manager) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 555 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #555, Fantastic Four #556, Fantastic Four #559

Miguel was Johnny Storm's manager.[233]
He organized his reality show.[234]
Miguel also managed to invite the Fantastic Four to the David Letterman's Late Show.[235]

Miguel (Earth-616) from Moon Knight Vol 5 30 0001 Appearances: Moon Knight Vol 5 #30

Miguel was among the last to resist the assault on the mansion of Mr. Alcantara but was easily knocked out by Moon Knight.[236]

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

Miguel was a homeless kid who had trouble at home and stood at the corner of the Third and the Bowery and Peter always gave him little financial help.[237]

Mike

Mike (Earth-616) Marvel Mystery Comics Vol 1 20 Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #20

Mike was a police officer from Star City who was one of the victims of the Plant Man.[117]

Mike (Tobin) (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 108 001 Appearances: Strange Tales #108

Mike was ordered to get rid of the Painter.[238]

Mike (Lucky Lobo) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 23 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #23

Mike was one of Lucky Lobo's men, who fought in vain against Spider-Man (Peter Parker)[211].

Mike (Edinburgh) (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 128 001 Appearances: X-Men #128

Mike was saved by Storm from Proteus' powers.[239]

Mike (Barman) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 273 001 Appearances: Avengers #273

Mike's bar was damaged by Hercules.[240]

Mike (Daily Grind) (Earth-616) from The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 230 001 Appearances: The Spectacular Spider-Man #230

Mike was a Daily Grind customer.[241]

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

Mike was a friend of Cabbie.[242]

Mike (Forest Hills) (Earth-616) from The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 -1 001 Appearances: The Spectacular Spider-Man #-1

Mike was an acquaintance of Flash Thompson during early childhood.[243]

Mike (Climber) (Earth-616) from Black Widow Vol 3 1 001 Appearances: Black Widow Vol 3 #1

Mike was a member of the rock climbing club joined by Natasha.[244]

Mike (Comic Book Vendor) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 565 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #565

Mike was saved from Kraven the Hunter by Peter Parker.[245]

Mike (Driver) (Earth-616) from Invincible Iron Man Vol 2 14 001 Appearances: Invincible Iron Man Vol 2 #14

Mike was the driver of the doctor who placed the Arc Reactor in Pepper Potts' chest.[246]

Mike (Lionsgate) (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 1000 001 Appearances: Wolverine Vol 2 #1000

Mike was the Lionsgate Hotel owner.[247]

Mike (Manhattan) (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 9 15 001 Appearances: Punisher Vol 9 #15

Mike was a hot dog vendor and a friend of Detective Bolt.[248]

Mike (Mister Immortal's friend) (Earth-616) from Great Lakes Avengers Vol 2 2 001 Appearances: Great Lakes Avengers Vol 2 #2

Mike was a friend to whom Mister Immortal paid money to keep an eye on him while he buried himself for an entire year to meditate, so he wouldn't try to escape if he changed his mind.[249]

Mikey

Mikey (Earth-616) from The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 262 001 Appearances: The Spectacular Spider-Man #262

Mikey and Brad were two bicyclists who were caught by Spider-Man after causing an accident.[250]

Mikkel

Mikkel (Earth-616) from Thor Godstorm Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Thor: Godstorm #2

Mikkel was an oil rig worker under Brom's supervision.[251]
He was rescued by Brom and his father when the platform exploded.[251]

Miklos

Miklos (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 24 001 Appearances: Daredevil #24

In a hostile nation somewhere in Europe, Miklos and his rebel brigand band attacked Daredevil, but they were easily defeated.[252]

Mildred

Mildred (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 201 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #201

Mildred and her husband witnessed Spider-Man crashing into their apartment's window.[253]

Miles

Miles (Earth-616) from Marines in Action Vol 1 6 0001 Appearances: Marines in Action #6

Thanks to the good intuition of one of his soldiers, Lieutenant Miles managed to defeat the detachment of the Japanese army located on an island in the Solomon Islands.[254]

Milfarb

Milfarb (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 1.1 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #1.1

Mr. Milfarb was one of the neighbors who attended Ben Parker's funeral.[255]

Miller

Miller (Earth-616) from Amazing Adventures Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Amazing Adventures #2

Mister Miller was a grocery store owner who fired Billy Jones for being late.[256]

Miller (Stoneface) (Earth-616) from Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 114 001 Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #114

Miller was the Young Watchers' trainer appointed by Stoneface.[32]

Millie

Millie (Los Angeles) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 52 001 Appearances: Iron Man #52

Millie was one of the girls who welcome Tony Stark to Los Angeles.[257]

Millie (Waitress) (Earth-616) from New X-Men Vol 1 120 001 Appearances: New X-Men #120

Millie was a waitress who served Angel Salvadore and Logan.[258]

Millie (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 8 4 001 Appearances: Punisher Vol 8 #4, Punisher Vol 8 #5, Punisher Vol 8 #7

Millie was the doorwoman of the illegal red light warehouse in Bushwick.[259]
She met the Punisher when he stormed the brothel.[260]
Millie later came to rescue Tina when she was trapped by the Human Fly.[261]

Milo

Milo (Basel) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 3 13 001 Appearances: Iron Man Vol 3 #13

Milo helped Tony Stark get checked in at the Basel Stress Clinic.[262]

Milt

Milt (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 10 001 Appearances: Daredevil #10

Milt was a guard in an East coast federal prison; one night, he was ordered to turn the spotlight on the Cat Man's helicopter, which was approaching the prison to release a Blackout Bomb.[263]

Mimi

Mimi (Earth-616) from Clandestine Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Clandestine #1

Mimi witnessed Maurice Fortuit being attacked and killed by unidentified assailants in St. Moritz.[264]

Mimi (Manager) (Earth-616) from Eternals Vol 3 2 001 Appearances: Eternals Vol 3 #2

Mimi was Sprite's manager.[265]

Min

Min (Tourist) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 80 001 Appearances: Avengers #80

Min was Phil's wife, who toured the indian reservation where the Red Wolf was born[266].

Minh

Minh from Ironheart Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Ironheart #2

Minh was an elderly Boston resident excited that Ironheart was in their neighborhood to oppose the gangs of criminals who raged there.[267]

Misha

Misha (Watchman) (Earth-616) from Black Widow Vol 3 4 001 Appearances: Black Widow Vol 3 #4

Misha was a night watchman who was surprised and attacked by the Black Widow in the Bolshoi Theatre.[268]

Mishi

Mishi (Earth-616) from Savage Sword of Conan Vol 1 218 001 Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #218

Mishi was hired by Lord Arkhaurus to seduce Conan in the Tavern of Hilides and infiltrate the royal palace as a handmaid to kill the young Princess Taramis. When her plan was thwarted by the Cimmerian and Shubal, Mishi was assassinated by Arkhaurus himself.[269]

Misty

Misty (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 1996 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1996

Misty was defended by her boyfriend when they both were being mugged in the subway. [270]

Mitch

Mitch (Grave Robber) (Earth-616) from Tales of the Zombie Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Tales of the Zombie #2

Mitch and his partner Rafe were sent to rob the grave of Joseph Travers for his voodoo ring by Mr. Six. They began to dig up the grave when the Zombie appeared and killed Mitch by slamming him against the bars, Rafe escaped back to Mr. Six.[271]

Mitch (Security Guard) (Earth-616) from Tales of the Zombie Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Tales of the Zombie #5

Mitch was a security officer who worked at Garwood Industries.[272]

Mitch (Earth-616) from The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 197 001 Appearances: The Spectacular Spider-Man #197, Avengers Vol 3 #7, 4 #3

Mitch was a robber stopped by Cyclops and Spider-Man in the West Village.[273]
Some time later, Mitch enjoyed a drink with Carol Danvers.[274]
A while later, Mitch was defeated by Mr. Fantastic while he was trying to rob a bank.[170]

Mitchell

Mitchell (Earth-616) from Defenders Vol 1 33 0001 Appearances: Defenders #33, Defenders #34

Mitchell and Cissy were a couple that were kidnapped in Central Park by the Ludberdites in order to control their minds and offer them an artificial type of peace.[275]

Mitar

Mitar (Earth-616) from Punisher War Zone Vol 1 35 001 Appearances: Punisher: War Zone #35 & Punisher: War Zone #36

His whole family dead in the war, Mitar's brother was his rifle, and he lived to kill Serbs. He joined Josip, Punisher, Dragunov and Microchip in their quest to find the nuclear warhead sold by Vikady to the Serbian People's Army in Sarajevo.[276] Mitar eventually sniped down both Vikady and the sniper who killed Dragunov.[277]

M'Khail

M'Khail (Earth-616) from Conan the Barbarian Vol 1 193 001 Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #193

M'Khail was a soldier who served under Conan and alerted him that his men were ready to travel to Bhoraji.[278]

Moira

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

Moira was Stanley Stackmeyer's girlfriend, who accompanied him to the Midtown High School's Pre-Reunion Bash.[279]

Molly

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

Molly was Jones' wife.[280]

Monique

Monique (Ohio) (Earth-616) Appearances: She-Hulk Vol 2 #30

Single mother and She-Hulk's cellmate in Cleveland City lock-up.[281] She was later possessed by Bendigeidfran the Blessed.[282]

Monmouth

Monmouth (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 3 32 001 Appearances: Avengers Vol 3 #32, Avengers Vol 3 #33

One of the robotic members of Madame Masque's Inner Guard. It was destroyed in a battle between the Avengers and Count Nefaria.[283]

Monsteroso's Parents

Monsteroso's Parents from Amazing Adventure -5 0001 Appearances: Amazing Adventures #5

Monsteroso's parents who lost there son who left the spaceship in its lifeboat and crashed to earth. They warned humanity that if any harm had come to the child they would have destroyed the planet.[284]

Montoya

Montoya (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 276 001 Appearances: Avengers #276

Montoya was criminal who left Los Angeles and was defeated in San Francisco by the Shroud.[285]

Moore

Mrs. Moore (Earth-616) from Meteor Man Vol 1 6 0001

Mrs. Moore

Appearances: Meteor Man #6

Mrs. Moore became the new CEO of Skyyventures, Inc. after the death of Armand Skyy.[286]

Moose

Moose (Dawson City) (Earth-616) from Wolverine Bloodlust Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Wolverine: Bloodlust #1

Moose was killed by Neuri rebels.[287]

Moretti

Moretti (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Funeral for an Octopus Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Spider-Man: Funeral for an Octopus #1, Spider-Man: Funeral for an Octopus #2, Spider-Man: Funeral for an Octopus #3

Moretti was hired to replicate Doctor Octopus' Tentacles.[288]
He eventually created an helmet which could simulate Dock Ock's brain-waves and control his arms.[289]
He vehemently complained with Spider-Man when he eventually had to destroy Octopus' arms.[290]

Morley

Morley (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Spider-Man #2

Morley was enjoying a drink after work with his friend Stan, when they were both attacked by the Lizard.[291]

Morris

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

Morris and Joe came across the Hulk while fishing by a trout stream in the Rocky Mountains.[292]

Morris (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 319 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #319

Reverend Morris was the chaplain who married Bruce Banner and Betty Ross.[293]

Morris (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 318 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #318

Morris was a modeling agent, who told Mary Jane Watson-Parker that the job she was expecting had been given to another model.[294]

Morris (RCMP) (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 34 001 Appearances: Wolverine Vol 2 #34

An officer of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Morris was Sergeant Doolin's partner.[295]

Morris (Teacher) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 2 77 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk Vol 2 #77

Mrs. Morris was one of Bruce Banner's high school teachers.[296]

Mort

Mort (Old West) (Earth-616) from Matt Slade, Gunfighter Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Matt Slade, Gunfighter #4

After assaulting and robbing a stagecoach, Mort attempted to blame Matt Slade for the robbery but was unmasked by the sheriff and arrested.[297]

Mort (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 44 0001 Appearances: Journey into Mystery #44

Mort was Henry Gray's partner in the airplane model company. When Gray discovered he had powers he tried to scare Mort so that he would give him his share of the business.[298]

Mort (Earth-616) from Captain Marvel Vol 1 8 0001 Appearances: Captain Marvel #8

Together with another agent of the Organization Mort was instructed by Number One to go to Lawson (secretly Mar-Vell) to threaten him and take possession of the Cyberex.[299]

Mort (Earth-616) from Untold Tales of Spider-Man Vol 1 20 0001 Appearances: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #20

A member of a club of wealthy men where there were also J. Jonah Jameson and Norman Osborn, he was offered by Jameson two cigars for the joy of proving that Spider-Man was a phony and had been right about him.[300]

Mort (Earth-616) from Savage Wolverine Vol 1 16 0001 Appearances: Savage Wolverine #16

Mort was a henchman of Marion who was killed in a gunfight in the prison where Logan was being held.[29]

Mortensen

Mortensen (Earth-616) from Daredevil Father Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Daredevil Father #1

Mr. Mortensen was a client of Nelson and Murdock law firm.[301]

Mortimer

Mortimer (Earth-616) from Vampire Tales Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Vampire Tales #3

Mortimer was the servant and cook of Sir Harry Everett Barclay who left the service and left the mansion of Bat's Belfry after the strange events took place inside and the constant nightmares that it entailed.[302]

Mortimer (F.I.6) (Earth-616) from Excalibur Vol 1 49 0001 Appearances: Excalibur #49

Mortimer was the assistant of Inky Blott and was in command of the team of psychics used to fight Necrom, but soon after Necrom had easily defeated the psychics, he killed Mortimer just as easily, absorbing all his vital energies.[303]

Morty

Morty (Earth-616) from Peter Parker Spider-Man Vol 2 12 001 Appearances: Peter Parker: Spider-Man Vol 2 #12

Morty was the Symkarian Embassy's doorman.[304]

Mosley

Mosley (Owl) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 503 001 Appearances: Daredevil #502, Daredevil #503

Mosley was one of the Owl's lieutenants until he was crippled by Daredevil. Together with Todd and Dennison, they ended up working for Wilson Fisk, who ordered them to inform the Owl that they were going to take over his territory, to keep Fisk in the shadows. When the three of them briefed Fisk about the outcome of the situation, Dennison revealed his intentions to work for himself, believing Fisk to be powerless, but Fisk gave a simple order to Lady Bullseye, who quickly killed Dennison.[305]
Mosley and Todd then followed Fisk's orders, liberating a convoy of prisoners under the condition of working for their boss and sharing their profits, but making them all believe their boss was The Hood instead of Fisk.[306]

Mouth

Mouth (Earth-616) from Civil War II Choosing Sides Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Civil War II: Choosing Sides #4

Mouth was an arms dealer who was killed by the Punisher for trying to steal the Zodiac Virus from the Horizon Labs Medical Branch.[307]

Mrrsgarn

Mrrsgarn (Earth-616) from Conan the Barbarian Vol 1 155 001 Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #155

Mrrsgarn was a demon servant at Baron Vjerzak's command. Wielding the misting globe, the tyrant was able to summon Mrrsgarn to let him feed on living beings. The baron also unleashed Mrrsgarn against Conan; however, as the Cimmerian was slashing him to death, he couldn't return him to the safety of the misting globe.[308]

Mueller

Mueller (Teacher) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 258 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #258

Fraulein Mueller was Kristoff's private teacher.[309]

Muffy

Muffy (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 7 001 Appearances: Wolverine Vol 2 #7

Muffy was one of the bikers who harassed Connie.[310]

Muldoon

Muldoon (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 652 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #670

Muldoon was one of Mayor J. Jonah Jameson's security guards.[311] He assisted him during the Spider-Island crisis.[312]

Muller

Muller (Earth-616) from Marvel Comics Presents Vol 1 168 001 Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #168

Dr. Muller claimed to have determined the exact location of the Great Refuge.[313]

Mundt

Mundt (Earth-616) from Uncanny Origins Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Uncanny Origins #1

Dr. Mundt was a doctor from the County General Hospital in Anchorage who treated Scott and Alex Summers following the accident where their parents seemingly died.[314]

Murchinson

Murchinson (Earth-616) from Avengers West Coast Vol 1 48 001 Appearances: Avengers West Coast #48

Murchinson reported to Mr. Random at the Absolom College the physical problems related to the memory reconstruction process of the Scarlet Witch.[315]

Murphy

Murphy (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 176 001 Appearances: Avengers #177

Murphy witnessed the Avengers coming by bus to Forest Hills Gardens.[316]
He told his neighbors, but they didn't believe him until they watched the Guardians of the Galaxy arriving in Forest Hills Gardens, too.[317]

Myron

Myron (FBI) (Earth-616) from Ghost Rider Vol 3 35 001 Appearances: Ghost Rider Vol 3 #35

Myron was a former A.I.M. agent who was forced by Officer Badilino to a special weapon against the Ghost Rider.[318]

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

Myron witnessed Norman Osborn being taken away by the Scrier.[319]

Myrtle

Myrtle (Earth-616) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 13 001 Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #13

Myrtle witnessed her grandson being crushed by the anomaly in Mount Pressure.[320]

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