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Character Index - M[]

M'Lee[]

M'Lee (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 213 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #213

M'Lee was a member of the Kinjorge tribe. After Micah Synn had forced Debbie Nelson to clean the floor of his penthouse, Debbie begged M'Lee to talk with her. She feigned interest but then poured water on her head as a cruel prank.[1]

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.[2]

Mabel (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 20 0001 Appearances: X-Men #20, Amazing Spider-Man #147

Mabel and Herman witnessed the Blob and Unus the Untouchable rob an armored car.[3]
Mabel and Herman later saw Spider-Man battle the Tarantula across the street in Manhattan.[4]

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.[5]

Mac[]

Mac (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 58 001 Appearances: Daredevil #58

Mac was a journalist who was trying to convince a court guard to allow him to take pictures at the trial against Mr. Big of the Underworld by not getting permission as the judge did not allow any cameras in the courtroom.[6]

MacAllister[]

MacAllister (Earth-616) from Excalibur Vol 4 20 0001 Appearances: Excalibur (Vol. 4) #20

Mrs. MacAllister was Alice's mother, the girl who would become Malice. After an argument with her daughter trying to make her understand that her behavior would only lead to unhappiness, she tried to make peace with her daughter but entering her room she found only the lifeless body of Alice, not knowing that her mutation had transformed her into a being of pure psychic energy.[7]

Macik[]

Mr. Macik (Earth-616) from Generation Hope Vol 1 8 001 Appearances: Generation Hope #8, Astonishing X-Men Annual #1

Mr. Macik is the father of Teon Macik, aka Primal. He and his wife tried to secure custody of their son, but it was Theon himself who convinced them that it was best for him to stay with the mutants.[8]
Later, Mr. Macik and his wife were rescued by Northstar from being attacked by the Friends of Humanity, as the parents of a mutant.[9]

Mack[]

Mr. Mack (Earth-616) from Marvel Graphic Novel Vol 1 31 001 Appearances: Marvel Graphic Novel #31, Wolfpack #1

Minor Appearances: Wolfpack #3, Wolfpack #6
Mentioned: Wolfpack #2, Wolfpack #4, Wolfpack #7, Wolfpack #9, Wolfpack #10, Wolfpack #11, Wolfpack #12

Mr. Mack learned martial arts in China during World War II from an elderly woman. Years later he trained a group of boys from the South Bronx and reunited them in the gang called Wolfpack to fight the injustices that the population of their neighborhood was forced to suffer and above all to oppose the secret sect of the Nine. Mr. Mack was killed by two Nine assassins, but even after his death, his ghost supported the Wolfpack.[10]

Mack (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 81 0001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #80, Wolverine (Vol. 2) #81

British officer stationed in Scotland, when asked by Inspector McCleod about the accident with Wolverine replied that they should have insisted with Zoe Culloden to find out why she was so interested in Wolverine.[11] Investigating with Inspector McCloud on the ambulance accident carrying Cyber, Colonel Mack commented on the folly of the boaters on the lake who were unaware of the oncoming storm.[12]

Mack (Scientist) from Deadpool Vol 3 1 001 Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 3) #1

Mack was a scientist who worked with Dr. Langkowski at the Project Michelangelo facility in Antarctica.[13]

MacMillan[]

MacMillan (Earth-616) from Thunderbolts Vol 1 168 001 Appearances: Thunderbolts #168

MacMillan was an employee of Lloyd's of London. He went to the Raft to deliver to the Thunderbolts a chest held in a London bank since 1888, delivered by Ghost traveling through time and with instructions on where, when, and to whom to deliver it.[14]

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.[15]

MacMurray[]

MacMurray (Earth-616) from Alpha Flight Vol 1 14 001 Appearances: Alpha Flight #14

Inspector MacMurray questioned Puck about an incident in Lake Ontario near Ontario Place involving the disappearance of an infant in the Lake and the injury of Heather Hudson. MacMurray later told Puck that there were 16 victims missing in the Lake and the grisly account of the remains of those they had recovered.[16]

MacPherran[]

MacPherran (Earth-616) from She-Hulk Vol 1 10 0001 Appearances: She-Hulk #10, Fear Itself: The Worthy #3

Titania's father, seeing his newborn daughter declared that she was a small and weak thing without much struggle in her,[17] and also wondered how many double shifts he would have to do to support her too.[18]

MacPherran (Earth-616) from She-Hulk Vol 1 10 0002 Appearances: She-Hulk #10, Fear Itself: The Worthy #3

To her husband's negative comment about her newborn daughter's frailty, Titania's mother replied that her life would harden her...or so she believed.[17] Growing up, Mary's mother had to ignore her baby's requests because of her work.[18]

MacRae[]

Doctor MacRae (Earth-616) from Doctor Strange Vol 2 68 001 Appearances: Doctor Strange (Vol. 2) #68

Doctor MacRae was a veterinarian hired by Dane Whitman to treat Valinor. MacRae was unaccustomed to treating creatures of a magical nature and infuriated Whitman at his inability to effectively help. Doctor Strange arrived and removed the enchantment that gave Valinor his wings since it was making him ill.[19]

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.[20]

Mad Dog[]

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

Mad Dog was one of Daredevil's informants.[21]

Madeline[]

Madeline (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 265 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #265

Madeline offered a towel to Silver Sable after her combat workout with members of the Wild Bunch at the Symkarian Embassy.[22]

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

Madeline interviewed Father Peter Nova.[23]

Madeline (Earth-616) from Deadpool Vol 4 40 0001 Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #40

Madeline was the secretary of Warden Aimes at Crossmoor Prison who could not stop Dr. Whitby from breaking into the Warden office during a meeting with Director-General Swinton.[24]

Maddy[]

Maddy (Earth-616) from Hawkeye Vol 2 2 001 Appearances: Hawkeye (Vol. 2) #2

Maddy was a Native American who lived on the Dunroman Reservation. She took her son to Dr. Avery to be treated for a broken arm he suffered playing hockey. She too, like the entire village, was killed by the Secret Empire when it razed the village to erase traces of their presence there.[25]

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.[26]

Madison (Earth-616) from Black Panther The Most Dangerous Man Alive! Vol 1 528 001 Appearances: Black Panther: The Most Dangerous Man Alive! #528

Mr. Madison was Wilson Fisk's lawyer during the time he was the leader of the Hand. When Fisk told Madison that he had to take control of the Board of Directors of the Bank of Wakanda, Madison replied that he was sure that everything was solved and that T'Challa could do nothing about it and that there was no move left for him, but precisely because that T'Challa wasn't moving further worried Fisk. Madison was later revealed to have betrayed Fisk and placed himself under Wakanda's protection.[27]

Maggie[]

Maggie (Earth-616) from Lethal Foes of Spider-Man Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Lethal Foes of Spider-Man #1

Maggie was a prison guard on Ryker's Island, who greeted Leila Davis when she was released from prison and wished her that she would remain legit, as indeed she was before all the crazy things that had happened to her.[28]

Magistrate[]

Magistrate (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 304 0001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #304

The Magistrate was the leader of an alien species that confronted Zgorian on Zgorian's World after the arrival of the Hulk. Zgorian had been exiled to the world by his people but the Magistrate had arrived to execute the escalation of the sentence from exile to death and carried it out on Zgorian.[29]

Magliano[]

No Image Male Mentioned: Amazing Spider-Man #666

Magliano was a boss in clandestine betting. He sent two of his henchmen against Leonard Kornfeld to punish him for not repaying his debts, but Leonard was bitten by the Jackal's mutated bedbugs which infected him with the Spider-Virus and taught Magliano's henchmen a stern lesson.[30]

Mallen[]

Mallen (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 4 3 001 Appearances: Iron Man (Vol. 4) #3

Mallen's father was a smuggler and arms dealer. When the federals tried to chase them away from their property, he and his family armed themselves to oppose them, but they were all shot down by the federals before the eyes of his youngest son, the only survivor.[31]

Mallen (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 4 3 002 Appearances: Iron Man (Vol. 4) #3

Mallen's older brother was killed along with the rest of his family by the federals when they tried to chase them away from their property and they in turn armed themselves to resist them, all this before the young Mallen's eyes.[31]

Mallory[]

Mallory (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 63 001 Appearances: Daredevil #63

Dr. Mallory was a psychiatrist who worked in a prison and treated Melvin Potter who accused amnesia by saying that he was not the Gladiator and that he was framed. He then summoned Foggy Nelson and Matt Murdock for the acknowledgment that they confirmed that he was Potter.[32]

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.[33]

Malone (Earth-616) from Ghost Rider Annual Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Ghost Rider Annual #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.[34]

Mandy[]

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

Mandy was Darlene's younger sister.[35]

Manito[]

Manito (Earth-616) from Daredevil Reborn Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Daredevil: Reborn #3

Manito was a Cartels henchman to whom Calavera ordered that if Sheriff Cole had still spoken he would have to shoot him in the head.[36]

Mann[]

Mann (Earth-616) from Thunderstrike Vol 2 3 0001 Appearances: Thunderstrike (Vol. 2) #3

Adam Mann's single mother, when his son was young, filled his head with the stories of the mythological characters and their adventures.[37]

Manning[]

Manning (Earth-616) from U.S.Agent Vol 2 5 0001 Appearances: U.S.Agent (Vol. 2) #5

The son of the tycoon April Manning was killed by policemen after being stopped driving his father's luxury car which made the policemen suspicious as this car was in the hands of a black boy.[38]

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.[39]

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.[40]

Manny (Earth-616) from Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 48 001 Appearances: Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #43, Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #47, Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #48

Manny, Jack, and Moe were Belladonna's henchmen. They participated in the various raids which, disguised as fashion design thefts, were put in place to discredit and ruin Roderick Kingsley.[41][42]
After tricking Spider-Man into going to Roderick Kingsley, Belladonna called Jack by phone telling him to get the boys together as that would be the big payoff. During the final showdown between Belladonna and her gang against Spider-Man, they were all easily defeated by the hero and handed over to the police.[43]

Manny (Earth-616) from Solo Avengers Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Solo Avengers #1

Manny was a clown who was supposed to perform with Hawkeye for a charity show at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, but while he and the other clowns were getting ready in the dressing room they were hit by a soporific arrow from Trickshot who after falling asleep were replaced by a gang of murderous mercenaries.[44]

Manny (Earth-616) from Blood and Glory Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Blood and Glory #2

Manny was a member of the Medisuelan National Defense Force under the Navatilas regime, answering to Colonel Antonio Veneno. Manny and Veneno were involved in operations related to illegal drug smuggling, with Navatilas' blessing, in a camp in Medisuelan jungles.[45]

Captain America investigated their operation, only to be caught in an explosion. Veneno and Manny found Captain America, unconscious. Manny jokingly said they had found Uncle Sam due to the colorful costume; Veneno had Manny shut up and contact Navatilas.[45]

Navatilas' forces then attacked the camp in an attempt to remove any loose ends. The stray bullets probably killed Manny.[46]

In Blood and Glory #1, two Medisuelans named Carlos and Manuel "Manny" are involved in a weapon smuggling operation in American soil; both are killed, so neither of them is this person. The names Carlos and Manny are swapped during the scene (One of the men has a moustache, the other one is shaven, but both are named "Manny" and "Carlos" at some point).

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.[47]

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

Manny was caught by Daredevil for killing Doris.[48]

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.[49]

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.[50]

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.[51]

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.[52]

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.[53]

Manny (Earth-616) from Runaways Vol 5 33 001 Appearances: Runaways (Vol. 5) #33

Manny was a student at Griffith Park High School who got acquainted with his classmate Gert Yorkes during a school shooting drill. He later ran into her while making his way through the bleachers during a school football game.[54] He later partnered with Gert for a group project.[55]

Manoel[]

Manoel (Earth-616) from Marvel's Voices Community Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Marvel's Voices: Community #1

When Shark Girl went to Brazil to buy some typical dishes of her country, Manoel, after the fright he had at seeing Iara come out of the water with his shark aspect, calmed down and having learned of Iara's intentions he took her to his father who owned a kiosk where he sold traditional Brazilian food.[56]

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.[57]

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

Manuel was a policeman controlled by Kukulcàn.[58]

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.[59]

Manuel (Earth-616) from Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 119 001 Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #119

Manuel was a member of a gang of thugs who were stopped by Spider-Man and the Gargoyle as they attempted to assault an old lady. After being caught and left webbed, the police did not show up and when the web dissolved they fled and then attacked Nathan Lubensky at the Theatre District and were once again stopped and captured by Spider-Man.[60]

Manuel (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 2 92 001 Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 2) #91, Punisher (Vol. 2) #92

Manuel was a member of the elite Bosqueverdan military unit Red Condors. Unit leader Rabio Ramirez thought that Manuel was smarter than his other men.[61] When General Carranza hired them to protect his comfortable "prison" in Sierra Angeles from vigilante Francis Castle, purportedly for one million dollars, he combed the jungle with his teammates.[62] The Punisher first killed Condor Carlos, but Manuel saw him do it, and Rabio had Manuel report Carranza about the enemy.[61] The Punisher killed the Condors one by one,[61][63] with Ramirez ordering them to sacrifice each other instead of trying to protect each other, even if Manuel wanted them to protect each other. When only Manuel and Ramirez were left, Manuel wanted to forfeit the mission, then Ramirez told him that Carranza had offered him three million dollars, not one, but Ramirez was unwilling to divide so much money among a bigger team. Manuel was angry at Ramirez, but Punisher then shot Manuel dead.[61]

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.[64]

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.[64]

Mara (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man You're Hired! Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man: You're Hired! #1

Mara is an employee of the municipality of New York who explains through the Forceworks1 project the functioning of the "Made in NY" program.[65]

Marcel[]

Marcel (Earth-616) from Marvel Comics Presents Vol 1 68 001 Appearances: Venom (Vol. 2) #1

Marcel was an antiquity seller from Paris.[66]

Marcellino[]

Lieutenant Marcellino (Earth-616) from Venom Vol 2 1 001 Appearances: Venom (Vol. 2) #1

Marcellino was a member of the armored United Nations Peacekeeping Forces stationed in the nation of Nrosvekistan. He was killed in the clash with Jack O'Lantern.[67]

Marcia[]

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

Marcia lived in a building attacked by Crown and Hydra.[68]

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.[69]

Marco[]

Marco (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 211 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #211

Marco was a writer who worked for The Revealer, a tabloid newspaper. He was threatened by Kingpin for publishing an article that suggested he was seeing a woman that was not his wife. Kingpin left the office with his men but Marco later turned up dead.[70]

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.[71]

Marco (Earth-616) from Taskmaster Vol 3 2 0001 Appearances: Taskmaster (Vol. 3) #2

Marco was the owner of a comic shop in Washington D.C. where Phil Coulson used to go to buy his favorite comics.[72]

Marco (Earth-616) from Carnage Black, White & Blood Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Carnage: Black, White & Blood #3

Marco was a member of the heavy metal band Brain Flayer who was killed in the Carnage massacre of the Magpie Club which killed all the band members except Blake Bellman.[73]

Marcus[]

Marcus (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 6 26 0001 Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 6) #26, Daredevil (Vol. 6) #27, Daredevil (Vol. 6) #28, Daredevil (Vol. 6) #29

Marcus was a prisoner in the same prison where Daredevil had been incarcerated. He disagreed with Daredevil's right to keep his mask on and believed that this privilege was indicative that he would not be in prison for the time he was sentenced.[74]
During the onslaught of Knull's symbiotes, Marcus helped Daredevil get rid of his symbiote by giving him a jolt in the electric chair.[75]
Daredevil thanked Marcus for helping him, and the two had lunch together, but Daredevil realized he had been poisoned.[76] After telling Marcus, Daredevil left calmly trying to get outdoors.[77]

Marcy[]

Marcy (Earth-616) from Marvel Two-In-One Vol 1 86 001 Appearances: Marvel Two-In-One #86

Marcy was Flint Marko's girlfriend around the time he started crime. When he was first imprisoned, Marcy began a secret relationship with a member of Marko's gang, and when he got out of prison earlier than expected he caught them together by teaching Marcy's lover a stern lesson and she herself was scared of him, and their relationship ended.[78]

Marcy (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 6 5 0002 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 6) #1, Wolverine (Vol. 6) #5

Marcy is one of the members of The Offer's squad. She works as The Offer's computers expert and monitors the activities of the field team.[79]
Marcy is ordered by the Offer to contact Wolverine and two of his other agents and warn them that they must leave for Madripoor immediately.[80]

Margaret[]

Margaret (Earth-616) from Spectacular Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 12 001 Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #12

Margaret from the control room of the Target Technologies plant attempted to erase the programming tying Target Technologies to the attempted wave cannon test at Fortune and the kidnapping of Speedball. Spider-Man and the New Warriors storm the control room stopping Margaret's attempt to erase the data, however when Night Thrasher was downloading the data, the system went into a fail-safe dump thus deleting the residual data.[81]

Marge[]

Marge (Earth-616) from Marvel Graphic Novel Vol 1 12 0001 Appearances: Marvel Graphic Novel #12

Marge was an attendee of the Los Angeles Health and Racquet Club and was marveling with her partner at Alison Blaire while she was teaching one of her popular workout classes.[82]

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.[83]

Marge (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 2 33 0001 Appearances: Thor (Vol. 2) #33

Marge was George's wife, who was choking on badly swallowing food in a restaurant, and she thought she was having a heart attack. After the intervention of Jake Olson and Christine Collins who rescued George, Marge was still worried and asked if there would be permanent damage.[84]

Margie[]

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

Margie introduced Heather McNeil to Dr. Hudson.[85]

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.[86]

Margo[]

Margo (Earth-616) from Emma Frost Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Emma Frost #1

Margo was a student at the Snow Valley School for Girls and was friends with Matilda Brant who asked her what she would wear for dance.[87]

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.[88]

Maria (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 224 001 Appearances: Avengers #224

Maria took care of keeping Tony Stark's duplex apartment overlooking the East River tidy. When Tony went to the apartment, Felix, Tony's personal chef, told Maria to make him a non-alcoholic welcome home cocktail.[89]

Maria (Earth-616) from Silver Sable and the Wild Pack Vol 1 28 001 Appearances: Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #28

Maria was a ninja and a member of a female assassin's guild that had been part of Foreigner's 1400 Club and to which Amy Chen had belonged; Maria appreciated Chen's beautiful, stealthy M.O. and Chen addressed Maria as "M'lady", possibly being her lover, before Chen left the team. With her subordinates Roberta, Sheila, and Sophia, she was involved in the murders of several political hopefuls who had voted for an increase in spending for better police protection. Silver Sable and Chen, by then Sable's employee, investigated the murders and Sable killed Sophia. Chen then infiltrated in the guild; Maria sent Chen to murder a Maggioso as a test, and Chen pretended to comply, but Maria discovered how Chen was trying to trick them, and arranged a trap for her, pretending to accept her in a heist with them to kill Maggia Don Alfredo Magnano and his associates in his Long Island villa. Silver Sable found out the murder they were planning through her contact the Foreigner. In the villa, when Chen refused to kill in cold blood, Maria revealed that it was a trap for Chen; Roberta and Sheila killed several of the Maggiosi there, and Chen tried to escape through the villa's garden. The guild chased after her, but Sable joined her and defeated Sheila, then Roberta, and saved Chen from Maria. Aghast at hearing Chen call Sable "M'lady", Maria taunted Chen to see if Chen would kill her; Chen only knocked Maria down. Sable then cashed the bounties for the four assassins.[90]

Maria (Earth-616) from Excalibur Vol 1 65 001 Appearances: Excalibur #65

Maria was one of Agent Nicholas' assistants.[91]

Maria (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 6 29 0001 Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 6) #29

Maria was a shop assistant in a Hell's Kitchen bakery, where she served Mike Murdock, pretending to be his twin brother Matt, and to whom he complimented her for her beauty, but taking the place of her brother who was blind, she answered him that he couldn't know she was beautiful but he replied that a man always knows.[77]

Marian[]

Marian (Earth-616) from Secret Wars II Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Secret Wars II #1

Marian was the girlfriend of Stewart Cadwall and was with him when the Beyonder appeared at his home seeking to learn. Marian was terrified of his sudden appearance and passed out after Stewart was transformed into Thundersword.[92]

Maribeth[]

Maribeth (Earth-616) from United States of Captain America Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: United States of Captain America #4

Maribeth was the best friend and roommate at Arielle's University. Maribeth was mistreated by Elliott, a student considered untouchable, who also stole his cell phone, so Arielle was able to enter Elliott's room recovering Maribeth's cell phone with evidence of threats on it.[93]

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.[94]

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

Marilyn was one of Freddy Moyer's models.[95]

Marim[]

Marim (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 7 10 0001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 7) #10

Marim was a mercenary who worked for Maverick. He was a former member of the Israeli special forces of Shayetet 13. With other members of Maverick's Mercs, he extracted Maverick and Wolverine from Madripoor following the clash between the Merchant's forces and the C.I.A.[96]

Marin[]

Mr. Marin (Earth-616) from Dark Avengers Vol 1 179 001 Appearances: X-Men First Class (Vol. 2) #11, Thunderbolts #168, Dark Avengers #175, Dark Avengers #177, Dark Avengers #179, Dark Avengers #180, Dark Avengers #181, Dark Avengers #182

Member of the Continuiteens, who took care of intervening if the continuity of the Marvel Universe was affected by unrecorded events.[97]
He became a member of F.A.C.T., the government agency charged with assembling the new Thunderbolts teams.[14][98][99][100]

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.[101]

Mario (Barman) (Earth-616) from Marvel Graphic Novel Vol 1 50 001 Appearances: Wolverine, Nick Fury: The Scorpio Connection a Marvel Graphic Novel #1

Mario was a barman and an acquaintance of Colonel Fury.[102]

Marion[]

Marion (Earth-616) from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 40 0001 Appearances: Tales of Suspense #40

Marion was a girl that Tony Stark was dating. He took her to a circus performance but had to sneak away to Don his Iron Man costume after the big cats had escaped containment. Later, they agreed to see each other again but her hometown of Granville was reported to be walled off and inaccessible so Tony went there to rescue the people from hypnosis by a robot humanoid calling itself Gargantus.[103]

Marissa[]

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.[104] Connors grew jealous over Marissa when she flirted with Brian King.[105] After the massacre at Phelcorp Industries, Marissa was adopted as a human pet by the Lizard.[106]

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.[107]

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.[108]

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.[109]

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.[110]

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.[111]

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.[112]

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.[49]

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.[113]

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

Mark was one of the doctors who assisted Peter Parker when he collapsed without any warning.[114]

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.[115]

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.[116]

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.[117]

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.[118]

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.[119]

Mark (Earth-616) from Kingpin Vol 3 2 001 Appearances: Kingpin (Vol. 3) #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.[120]

Mark (Skrull) (Earth-616) from Skrull Kill Krew Vol 2 5 Appearances: Skrull Kill Krew (Vol. 2) #5

Mark was one of the Skrull/Cow hybrids who became a comic book artist and tried to convey the message with his comics that there was nothing to be afraid of their race.[121]

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

Mark was a telekinetic mutant who was able to move only small objects, but was still chased by Sir James Jasper's team of Beetles to intern him, but Captain Britain came to his rescue.[122]

Markie[]

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

Markie was a heroin junkie who died from an uncut dose.[123]

Marko[]

Marko (Earth-616) from Solo Avengers Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Solo Avengers #2

Marko was a gangster for whom Swordsman stole the circus' proceeds to pay him a gambling debt. Some time later Trick Shot tried to make a deal with Marko but when he pulled out his gun Trick Shot killed him and his wife using his bow.[124]

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 mutagen compound poured on the cake he prepared by the show's cameraman.[125]
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.[126]

Marlon[]

Marlon (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 388 0001 Appearances: Captain America #388

Marlon was one of the best Taskmaster students and was hired with others for a sparring partner session dressed as Captain America. The opponent turned out to be the Red Skull who killed Lenny and the other sparring partners in an extremely simple way.[127]

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.[128]

Marnie[]

Marnie (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 3 8 0001 Appearances: X-Men (Vol. 3) #8

Marnie was a bully who with her two friends bullied the boys who left school and passed through their territory.[129]

Marsha[]

Marsha (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 187 0001 Appearances: Iron Man #187

Marsha was a woman who was visiting a small California town on vacation with her husband when they witnessed an attack by Vibro. Marsha’s husband commented how the town was worse than Los Angeles.[130]

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.[131]

Marta (Earth-616) from Venom Sign of the Boss Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Venom: Sign of the Boss #1, Venom: Sign of the Boss #1

Marta was an actress from a little village, who pretended to be the wife of Franco Santera, dictator of San Gregorio, as a part of an elaborate hoax.[132] Santera pretended to have had a religious revelation, renouncing his previous methods since meeting his supposed wife "Mariana" (really Marta), and dedicating his life since to atone for his many previous sins, changing his country in favor of democracy, piety, and religion.[133] Their supposed sons were two costumed dwarf actors.[132] Santera and his mock family went to the United States where he was expected to make a public appearance where terrorists infiltrating the audience (hired by Santera) would attack the meeting,[133] taking hostages and threatening to execute "Mariana", all while cursing the progress Santera supposedly had brought to San Gregorio,[133] but then Santera would convince the terrorists to repent in a televised tear-jerking moment. Santera insisted on going to New York City for this, which led to the intervention of superheroes Ghost Rider, Venom, and Stigmata (a secret agent of the Catholic Church, supposedly working as the Santeras' bodyguard to verify that Santera had really converted), in turn leading to an escalating situation that Marta complained about, saying that she and the dwarves had played their role but Santera's plan had trainwrecked. The hostages were rescued, and Santera was arrested by the Vatican; the fate of Marta was not revealed.[132]

Marta (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 6 29 0001 Appearances: Fantastic Four (Vol. 6) #29

Marta was a neighbor of Sky in the Soho neighborhood.[134]

Marta (Earth-616) from America Chavez Made in the USA Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: America Chavez: Made in the USA #2

Marta was America's adoptive aunt. Upon her return to the Washington Heights neighborhood she was very happy to meet and hug her niece again.[135]

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.[136]

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, neither remembering that they had been elderly or that they had met the alien.[137]

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 for Spider-Man saving her payroll and life, having defeated the criminals who attempted to rob her office.[138]

Martha (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.[139]

No Image Female Appearances: Daredevil #139

Martha and her husband Henry saw Daredevil swinging through the air overhead, and grumbled that super-heroes were just showoffs that never did any good for them.[140]

No Image Female Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #65

The wall of Martha's home was damaged in a battle going on between Spider-Man and Captain Britain outside, forcing her husband to call the police.[141]

Martha (Earth-616) from Defenders Vol 1 64 001 Appearances: Defenders #64

Martha was an elderly woman who became embroiled in the subway confrontation between the Defenders for a Day and the fake Defenders villains, having been left in the train car that Black Goliath unintentionally detached from the convoy to try to stop the fleeing criminals. She imprecated against the Defenders by accusing them that it would be up to them as usual tax payers to clean up their mess.[142]

Martha (Earth-616) from Marvel Comics Presents Vol 1 159 001 Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #159

Martha was a homeless who had taken refuge in the abandoned warehouses of Brooklyn creating a small community of squatters, but they were stuck inside a warehouse while a fire broke out caused by Phantome's reckless assault. Luckily they were saved by Vengeance's intervention.[143]

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.[144]

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.[145]

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.[146]

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.[147]

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.[148]

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.[148]

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 disappeared 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.[149]

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.[150]

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.[151]

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 for interfering with her hunt for Kitty Pryde. Martin managed to wound her with a thrown switchblade when his cohort Julio distracted her, but Anne then opened fire, killing Martin. Julio and the others soon joined them as they tried to gang-up on the wounded but well-armed Purifier.[152]

Martin (Earth-616) from Defenders Vol 1 133 0001 Appearances: Defenders #133

Martin was a man who had information regarding a drug deal. He came to the office of Cutlass and Typhoon to inform them but had been stabbed and died upon his arrival after muttering just a few words.[153]

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.[154]

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.[155]

Congressman Martin (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 335 0001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #335, Fantastic Four #336

Member of the United States Congress and of the Super-Hero Registration Act Subcommittee which was to decide whether to implement the registration of humans with superpowers.[156]

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.[157]

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.[158]

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.[159]

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.[160]

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.[161]

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.[162]

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.[163]

Martina[]

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

Martina was a Slokovian worshiper of Thor.[164]

Martino[]

Martino (Earth-616) from Defenders Vol 1 118 001 Appearances: Defenders #118

Martino was a Georgetown student. Being late to Professor Hellstrom's class, he met Hellstrom himself in the University courtyard asking him why he wasn't already in the classroom. Hellstrom replied that he would go in a few minutes, but when Martino arrived in the classroom, the lesson had already begun and Professor Hellstrom scolded him for being late, leaving Martino wondering how he had done it, not realizing that in reality the Professor was a demon posing as Hellstrom.[165]

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.[166]
Many years later, Marty recalled how he used to drive a garbage truck across Manhattan.[167]
A few years later, Marty and Herb barely escaped with their lives when their armored car was attacked by Electro.[116]

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.[168]

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.[169]

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.[170]

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.[171]

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.[172]

Marty (Earth-616) from Marvel Two-In-One Vol 1 82 001 Appearances: Marvel Two-In-One #82

Marty was a thug who, with his two other associates, as soon as they saw the Thing in bad condition (having been exposed to the Virus X by MODOK), they decided to attack him with bats and chains, but unfortunately for them, while they were trying to hit the Thing, they were intercepted by a Steve Rogers in civilian clothes who, as soon as the situation was asserted, transformed into Captain America and made easy play for Marty and the other thugs.[173]

Marty (Earth-616) Marvel Two-In-One Vol 1 97 Appearances: Marvel Two-In-One #97

Marty was a cameraman recording a sci-fi movie when a triceratops burst onto the scene and the director told him to keep recording.[174]

Marty (Earth-616) from Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine #1

Marty met Spider-Man and Wolverine during a bank robbery.[175]

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.[176]
Marty filmed Thor assaulting news reporters after the battle against the Exemplars by the East River.[177]

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.[178]

Marv (Earth-616) from Fear Itself Deadpool Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Fear Itself: Deadpool #1, Fear Itself: Deadpool #2, Fear Itself: Deadpool #3

Marv and his partner Larry pretended to be two repairmen to retrieve a hammer that would save Cimarron's people.[179]
The hammer, which Deadpool appropriated and gave it to the Walrus, believing it to be a fake, was used by Larry and his partner to defeat the werewolves in Cimarron.[180]
Finally, they tell Deadpool that the hammer is in fact a magical object that was used to oppose a group of werewolves who were planning to storm the town of Cimarron.[181]

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.[182]

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.[183]

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.[184]

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.[185]

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.[186]

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.[187]

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.[188]

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.[189]

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.[190]

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.[191]

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.[192]

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.[193]

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.[194]

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.[195]

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.[196]

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.[197]

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.[198]

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.[199]

Mary (Earth-616) from Tales of the Zombie Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Tales of the Zombie #1

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.[200]

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.[201]

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.[202]

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.[203]

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

Mary was a waitress working at the Hellfire Club, serving hors d'oeuvres during a reception. As she was about to deliver a tray of drinks, she was reminded by Lou the butler to give special attention to the host and presidential candidate Robert Kelly.[204]

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.[205]

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.[206]

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.[207]

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, Crock had visions where he saw Mary rejecting him and not saving him from falling off a precipice.[208]

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.[209]

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 event.[210]

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.[211]

Mary (Earth-616) from Wolverine The Origin Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Wolverine: The 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.[212]

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.[213]

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.[214]

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.[215]

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.[216][217]

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.[218]

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.[219]
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.[220]

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.[221]

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.[222]

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.[223]

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.[224]

Mary (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 295 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #295, Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #133

Mary was an employee of Pleasant Valley Mental Hospital who assisted Peter Parker while he was confined in the hospital.[225][226]

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.[125]

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.[227]

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.[228]

Mary Beth (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 8 50 001 Appearances: Avengers (Vol. 8) #50

The Orb showed up at Ted and Mary Beth's home while they slept and after ranting about his ability to see beyond things, told the couple that he would watch as the two of them killed each other.[229]

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.[230]

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.[231]

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 could get her suspended for violating college rules.[232]

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.[233]

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.[234]

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.[235]

Masao[]

Masao (Earth-616) from Wolverine Debt of Death Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Wolverine: Debt of Death #1

Masao, a longtime acquaintance of Logan's, hosted Kenichi Nakadai's sons in his home after his murder, but was unable to restrain Kanaye and reported it to Logan.[236]

Mason[]

Mr. Mason (Earth-616) from Elektra Vol 2 8 0001 Appearances: Elektra (Vol. 2) #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.[237]

Matari[]

Matari (Earth-616) from Iron Man & the Armor Wars Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Iron Man & the Armor Wars #2

Agent Matari reveals that Jim Rhodes quit the Fantasma assault scene soon after but not sure if he did it in the company of Tony Stark. After analyzing the matter, the Director Stone orders Matari to contact all the airports in the area and to get a list of all the departures since Rhodes had disappeared.[238]

Mateo[]

Mateo (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 6 38 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four (Vol. 6) #38, Fantastic Four (Vol. 6) #39

Mateo was a duty guard at New York County Family Court and announced the "Wizard v. Dragon Man" case to Justice Payne.[239]
At Justice Payne's request, Mateo announced the entrance to the Bentley-23 bar to testify.[240]

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.[241]

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.[242]

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.[243]

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.[244]

Matsunaga[]

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

Matsunaga was a member of Captain Hama's crew.[245]

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.[246]

Matsuzaki[]

Doctor Matsuzaki (Earth-616) Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #30, Deadpool (Vol. 4) #31

Dr. Matsuzaki is employed at Mercy General Hospital. When the hospital fell under attack by Claw Sect vampires, she was rescued by Deadpool.[247]

Matt[]

Matt (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 263 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #263

Matt was a gang member for the Blazing Skulls. Him and a fellow gang member were attempting to mug a couple when they were confronted by Spider-Kid. They didn't feel threatened by him but were scared off by approaching police sirens. They encountered him again later accompanied by Jane Lane but were again scared off by Spider-Man.[248]

Matt (Earth-616) from Journey Into Mystery Vol 1 517 0001 Appearances: Journey Into Mystery #517

He was the first local police officer to intervene during the hostage crisis due to a bank robbery.[249]

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.[250][251][252][253][254]

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

Matt was one of Ben Grimm's co-workers.[255]

Matt (Earth-616) from Iron Man 2.0 Vol 1 9 001 Appearances: Iron Man 2.0 #9

Matt was one of the paramedics who rushed to the scene of Palmer Addley's suicide by coming into contact with his blood and then became infected by the nanobots invented by Addley.[256]

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.[257]
Matthew was taken hostage by Swarm until he was defeated by Spider-Man (Ben Reilly).[258]

Matty[]

Matty (Earth-616) from X-Men Unlimited Infinity Comic Vol 1 35 001 Appearances: X-Men Unlimited Infinity Comic #35

Matty was a worker tasked with cleaning up the toxic protoplasm left over from the clash between the X-Men and D.K.. While arguing with his colleague Lucas about the misuse of the term "mutie", what appeared to be one of Maggott's sentient myriapods emerged from the mass of protoplasm, which devoured Lucas in front of Matty's helpless gaze.[259]

Matuscek[]

Matuscek (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 3 9 001 Appearances: Avengers (Vol. 3) #9

Matuscek is a woman working for superhuman criminal and weapons manufacturer Moses Magnum in the floating resort Evangeline in the Caribbean Sea. When Magnum's forces stole a seismic cannon in the John F. Kennedy International Airport and took it to the Evangeline so as to use to alter Magnum's uncontrolled superpowers, Matuscek was the operator of the cannon's controls while Magnum submitted to it. Magnum demanded that Matuscek gave him the readings and obeyed his instructions, even when she warned him they were going beyond any safety measure. The procedure was interrupted when the Avengers sneaked in and Magnum was forced to attack them, personally and with his guards; the cannon was damaged in the fight, and Matuscek probably had a chance to escape the battleground.[260]

Matuscek may be a member of Magnum's private army Magnum Shells, in active at that point, or an employee of Magnum's company Magnum Munitions, or an external contractor; her affiliation, besides obeying Magnum's commands, is not stated.

Maureen[]

Maureen (Mutant) (Earth-616) from Magneto Vol 2 1 0001 Appearances: Magneto (Vol. 2) #1

Maureen was a mutant waitress at a cafe in New York patronized by Magneto and Cassandra Michaels. She had the ability to make objects levitate. It is unknown if this was through telekinesis or some other ability.[261]

Mavis[]

Mavis (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 659 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #659

Mavis was a roller derby player who with her team, the Broadway Golddigger, met the opponents of the Midtown Maulers, the team where Carlie Cooper played who in a negative period unloaded her frustrations by hitting Mavis violently during the race and got caught an expulsion.[261]

Max[]

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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.[262]

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.[263]

Max (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 290 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #290

Max was a criminal who pretended to reform and join the Heaven's Angels group, to take advantage of the opportunity to steal the precious "Sceptre of Judas" on display in a bazaar to raise funds for a new orphanage. The attempted robbery of him was stopped by Spider-Man but after a first escape attempt where Max took a boy hostage, Spider-Man captured him definitively by handing him over to the police.[264]

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

Max was a little kid living in Devlin Shelter who was approached by the evil ninja Tekagi.[23]

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.[86]

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.[265]

Max (Earth-616) from Daken Dark Wolverine Vol 1 6 0001 Appearances: Daken: Dark Wolverine #5, Daken: Dark Wolverine #6, Daken: Dark Wolverine #7

Max was a man who served in Tyger Tiger's organization and was happy with how she had handled the crime situation in Madripoor.[266]
Max used a ploy designed by Tyger Tiger to steal a corrupt banker's briefcase and replace it with a bomb. He immediately betrayed Tyger Tiger after Daken threatened repercussions on his family.[267]
Max was later killed by Daken so that Tyger could not manage his men.[268]

Max (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 3 11 0001 Appearances: X-Men (Vol. 3) #11

Max was a companion of Charles Xavier from the past. He accompanied him on some Safari in Kenya.[269]

No Image Male Mentions: Conan: Battle for the Serpent Crown #1, Conan: Battle for the Serpent Crown #2, Conan: Battle for the Serpent Crown #3

Max was a friend of Nyla Skin who was killed by Imus Champion because he dared to rob him.[270]
Later it was revealed that Max had robbed from Imus Champion a mystical ring that Conan wore and was momentarily possessed until with his willpower he destroyed it.[271]

Max (Earth-616) from Silk Vol 3 2 0001 Appearances: Silk (Vol. 3) #2, Silk (Vol. 3) #3, Silk (Vol. 3) #5, Silk (Vol. 5) #1

Max was a psychotherapist who took care of Cindy Moon's sessions to replace her psychotherapist who was absent due to a family emergency. It later turned out that he was becoming Cindy's therapist as a favor for Saya Ishii.[272]

Maxi[]

Maxi (Earth-616) from Black Widow Vol 8 11 0001 Appearances: Black Widow (Vol. 8) #11

Maxi was an acquaintance of the Black Widow who provided her with material she needed and information. Natasha asked him about Apogee and if he inquired of where her son Stevie and her ex fiancé James were located.[273]

Maxie[]

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

Maxie was a little kid playing Captain America against the Nazis.[274]

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.[275]
Later, she witnessed Mr. Hyde's attempted assault against Veronica and Hulk's providential intervention in her defense.[276]

Maya[]

Maya (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 2 66 Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 2) #66

Maya worked as a store clerk at a video store, which use to be an old resturant during the time of World War II.[277]

Mayhew[]

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

Miss Mayhew witnessed the tremblings caused by the Earth's sped-up rotation when the Mole Man attempted to increase the speed of the planet rotation on its axis.[278]

Mazo[]

Mr. Mazo (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 10 10 001 Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 10) #10

Mr. Mazo was an inmate in Costa Rica where the Punisher was taken prisoner. With the intent of creating a revolt in prison, he poured water on Mazo in the canteen expecting revenge in the cell in the evening, which Mazo and his accomplices immediately put in place not knowing who the American was, which promptly and very easily defeated Mazo and his men.[279]

Mbolo[]

Mbolo (Earth-616) from Marc Spector Moon Knight Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Marc Spector: Moon Knight #3

Mbolo was a Burundan member of the Burunda People's Defense Force. He was one of the soldiers protecting the Presidential Palace in Freedomtown when President Raul Bushman kidnapped beautiful American woman Marlene Alraune. When the Palace was attacked by Alraune's boyfriend Moon Knight and Bushman demanded the woman to be brought to him, another soldier volunteer himself and Mbolo to go, as it was a less strenuous and more rewarding activity - especially when they found Alraune in the shower. Alraune however ambushed both soldiers and took their weapons to help Moon Knight against Bushman.[280]

McCleod[]

McCleod (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 80 0001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #80, Wolverine (Vol. 2) #81

After the discovery of Cyber's body, when asked by reporters whether it was true that the mutants were involved, Inspector McCleod sarcastically replies that there was a good chance unless some of the locals were imbibing radioactive steroids and have developed claws capable of slicing through steel plates.[11]
McCleod and Colonel Mack investigate the repechage of the ambulance in the Firth that was supposed to transport Cyber's body.[11]

McCorkle[]

Mr. McCorkle (Earth-616) from Dazzler Vol 1 35 0001 Appearances: Dazzler #35

Mr. McCorkle was Alison Blaire's landlord at her home in Los Angeles. After she was outed as a mutant and with rising anti-mutant sentiment[82], the McCorkle's became fearful of Blaire and Mr. McCorkle ordered her to leave but was convinced to let her stay by his wife.[281]

Mrs. McCorkle (Earth-616) from Dazzler Vol 1 35 0001 Appearances: Dazzler #35

Mrs. McCorkle was the landlord of Alison Blaire for her home in Los Angeles with her husband. After Alison had been outed as a mutant and with rising anti-mutant sentiment[82], Mr. McCorkle became afraid of Alison and demanded she vacate. However, Mrs. McCorkle convinced him to allow her to stay.[281]

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.[282][283]

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.[284]

McGuire[]

McGuire (Earth-616) from Hulk Annual Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Hulk Annual #5

McGuire was one of the soldiers of the famed Third Armored Division of the U.S. Army who confronted the Hulk at Fort Carson.[285]

McHenry[]

McHenry (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 32 001 Appearances: 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.[286]

McKay[]

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

Dr. McKay was Jean Grey's physician.[287]

McKieran[]

McKieran (Earth-616) from Marvel Zombies Supreme Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Marvel Zombies Supreme #3

Fire chief McKieran advises Mayor Aldrin of the breach at the nuclear reactor and that they are attempting to suppress the level of radioactive exposure by manually cooling with water. Later, together with all the firemen of his department, they intervened to help the mayor when he was surrounded by zombies and together with the whole town, he perished when the city was bombed.[288]

McMurdo[]

McMurdo (Earth-616) from Rampage Magazine Vol 1 40 Appearances: Rampage (Vol. 2) #40, Rampage (Vol. 2) #42, Rampage (Vol. 2) #43, Rampage (Vol. 2) #44

McMurdo was studying the stars when the arrival of a craft from the future caused him to be engulfed by unknown energies. Tormented by strange visions, he soon encountered first the craft's occupant, a Time Traveler from the far future being pursued by mechanical killers, and then the mysterious Kilgore Slaughter, who had been given great powers by the same event. McMurdo's dog was killed by the Time Traveler's pursuers, but McMurdo himself survived and he and his daughter gave both the Time traveler and Slaughter sanctuary after helping Slaughter to destroy the corrupt future world the Traveler came from. McMurdo hoped to continue to use the killer Droids' time capsule to explore time itself, but it is unknown whether he ever achieved his objective.[289][290]

Colonel McMurdo (Earth-616) from Alpha Flight Vol 1 9 001 Appearances: Alpha Flight #9

Colonel McMurdo was working with Sasquatch at the Mount Logan Cosmic Ray Research Station in Yukon researching mysterious signals detected by the Canadian military. He was particularly critical of Langkowski. The Thing then appeared after a specific signal was detected. He was injured and treated by the personnel at the station but eventually was discovered to be the shape-shifting Super-Skrull and created an explosion that killed all of the station's inhabitants except for Walter Langkowski, including McMurdo.

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.[291]

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.[292]

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.[293]

Meg[]

Meg (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 237 0001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #237

Meg was a Genoshan Magistrate who was involved in a fight in a pub frequented by the Magistrates and in which the son of the Genegineer, Phillip Moreau, had the worst of it and to punish him Meg had the idea of getting him on board the Mutates train.[294]

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.[295]

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.[296]
She then joined the Inner Demons and was attacked by the Anti-Venom.[297]

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.[298]

Mel (Earth-616) from Marvel Graphic Novel Vol 1 12 0001 Appearances: Marvel Graphic Novel #12

Mel was an attendee of the Los Angeles Health and Racquet Club and was marveling with his partner at Alison Blaire while she was teaching one of her popular workout classes and noticed that she was slightly glowing because of her mutant powers. [82]

Mel (Earth-616) from Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 5 0001 Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #5

Mel was one of the henchman for Doctor Octopus and observed him training with a robot that resembled Spider-Man and marveled about how angry he appeared to be during the fight.[299]

Mel (Earth-616) from Women of Marvel Vol 3 1 001 Appearances: Women of Marvel (Vol. 3) #1

Mel was a student who frequented the Incantesimo witchcraft shop, and in which a circle of friends who had the same tastes and mentality was formed, supporting each other and in which Patty Prue also joined, overturning her belief that she would remain alone after the loss of her family.[300]

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.[301]

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 trying to stop an out of control Quinjet.[302]

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.[303]
She was caught in a fire set by Bushwhacker.[304]

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.[305]

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.[306]

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.[307]

Melantha[]

Melantha (Earth-616) from New Mutants 1 9 0001 Appearances: New Mutants #9

Melantha ran the House of Women in Nova Roma. She ordered that the drinks served to captives Danielle Moonstar, Rahne Sinclair, and Amara Aquilla be laced with mind altering drugs.[308]

Melendez[]

Melendez (Earth-616) from Deadly Foes of Spider-Man Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Deadly Foes of Spider-Man #2

Melendez was a player for the New York Mets. Fred Myers watched the Mets game in wich Melendez was playing from his jail cell and pondered on the teamwork.[309]

Melinda[]

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

Melinda 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.[310]

Melinda (Earth-616) from Spider-Island I Love New York City Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Spider-Island: I Love New York City #1

Melinda and her husband Eddie attempted to rob an apartment during the confusion created during the Spider-Virus infection, but after tying up the two spouses who own the apartment they were confronted by the couple's six-year-old daughter, also infected by the Spider-Virus and thus had acquired powers similar to those of Spider-Man, who humiliatingly defeated them and captured them.[311]

Melissa[]

Melissa (Earth-616) from Peter Parker Spider-Man Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Peter Parker: Spider-Man #4

Melissa was left catatonic with shock after her significant other Jeff was abducted by the Sewer Killer.[312]

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.[313]

Melissa (Earth-616) from Osborn Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Osborn #3

Melissa was a staff member of Senator Muffoletto, and witnessed a discussion by her boss about the role of a leader using hamburgers as a metaphor.[314]

Melloncamp[]

Melloncamp (Earth-616) from Marvel Tales Vol 2 256 001 Appearances: Marvel Tales (Vol. 2) #256

Dr. Melloncamp worked for the Deterrence Research Corporation. In such capacity, she repaired the alien Energy Synthecon that gave powers and linked DRC superhuman agents Hammer and Anvil when it was broken by Spider-Man.[315][316] She then tried to leave the company, but Hammer and Anvil were worried that their synthecon may break again, and decided to chase Melloncamp and keep her for her knowledge.[316] She had also developed a new procedure to keep Hammer and Anvil's symbiotic link functional, and they demanded her to use it.[317] She tried to escape from them by car, but had an accident[316] and met three circus performers (Gorilla Girl, Muck Monster and Six) who empathised with her plight and defeated Hammer and Anvil; she walked away with them.[316][317]


Chased by Hammer and Anvil, Melloncamp describes them as two escaped convicts. However, the story in Marvel Tales (Vol. 2) #256 takes place after Marvel Team-Up #86 (explicitly referencing that Melloncamp repaired the device when it was broken in Marvel Team-Up #86) and, per Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #27, Anvil profile, before Spider-Woman #34. At that point, Hammer and Anvil had been released from prison through legal means by the DRC, and they were not escaped convicts.

Melvin[]

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

Melvin witnessed the Valkyrie walking down the streets in the Village.[318]

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.[319]

Mendez[]

No Image Male Mentions: Black Panther: The Man Without Fear #521

Mendez was the owner of a pawn shop that Josh Glenn, in the grip of his anti-immigration delusions, attempted to break into to get a weapon but was stopped by the Black Panther.[320]

Menzies[]

Mr. Menzies (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 307 0001 Appearances: Captain America #307

Mr. Menzies was the manager of the Big Apple Supermarket and had hired Jack Monroe as a bag boy. When Madcap began wreaking havoc outside the store, he told Jack that he needed to stay at his station instead of going to check things out by Jack snuck out in his Nomad costume anyway. After returning, Mr. Menzies fired Jack.[321]

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; an apparent aide of the President sent in the Commander-in-Chief's stead, Merce diplomatically told a senator also in attendance that Stryker's opinions deserved a hearing. When the sermon turned out to be a ruse to broadcast a telepathic attack against all mutants latent or otherwise in the New York area, Merce watched in fright as the senator was affected, suffering what appeared to be the beginnings of a cerebral hemorrhage.[152]

Mercy[]

Mr. Mercy (Earth-616) from Deadpool Vol 3 53 0001 Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 3) #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.[322]

Mrs. Mercy (Earth-616) from Deadpool Vol 3 53 0001 Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 3) #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.[322]

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.[323]
She later met X-Man in Washington Square Park.[324]

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.[325]

Mero[]

Mero (Earth-616) from Elektra Vol 1 100 001 Appearances: Elektra #100

Doctor Mero was a sociobiologist, expert in the study of cephalopods. Typhoid Mary kidnapped him by hiding him in a secret place where she could help Mary to make her three personalities coexist without necessarily having to reunite them in a single person.[326]

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.[327]

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.[47]

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.[328]

Merv[]

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

Merv believed that Captain America was assassinated.[329]

Meyer[]

Mrs. Meyer (Earth-616) from Deadpool Vol 4 11 001 Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #11

Mrs. Meyer was Wade Wilson's teacher at Surline Elementary School.[330]

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.[331]

Mia (Earth-616) from Captain America Sentinel of Liberty Vol 2 4 001 Appearances: Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty (Vol. 2) #1, Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty (Vol. 2) #2, Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty (Vol. 2) #4

Mia was an art classmate at Community College that Steve Rogers befriended. She suggested to Steve how to use the tablet correctly for drawing. They went to a baseball game together and Mia asked him why she cheered the Mets, with him telling her because they were underdogs and she commented that he was an impossible type.[332]
While at the bar with her friends from school, Mia saw Steve distracted as he brought the drinks and jokingly asked him if he needed a hand since it "had been a century" since he had gone to take his orders.[333]
During a drawing lesson, where they had to interpret Cap's shield, cap asked his three new friends what Captain America's shield meant to them and Mia replied that it was a comfortable smile but she herself asked steve cova she wanted to represent especially for him.[334]

Michael[]

Michael (Earth-616) from Sgt. Fury Vol 1 72 0001 Appearances: Sgt. Fury #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.[335]

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.[336]

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.[337]

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.[338]

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.[339]

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

Michael and his girlfriend were saved by the Spider-Carnage from a gang of street thugs.[340]

Michael (Man-Apes) (Earth-616) from Ka-Zar Vol 3 15 0001 Appearances: Ka-Zar (Vol. 3) #15

Michael at the helm of his Man-Apes tribe asked Shanna to leave their lands as they believed she had released the fury of their gods over them.[341]

Michael (Scarpetti's Henchman) (Earth-616) from Peter Parker Spider-Man Elektra '98 Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Peter Parker: Spider-Man / Elektra '98 #1

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.[342]

Michael (Bar Patron) (Earth-616) from Peter Parker Spider-Man Vol 1 23 0001 Appearances: Peter Parker: Spider-Man #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.[343]

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

Michael was a man working for Romany Wisdom.[344]

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.[345]

Michael (Earth-616) from Emma Frost Vol 1 11 0001 Appearances: Emma Frost #11

Pastor Michael was one of the first victims of a teenager Lucien Goff.[346]

Michael (Lakota) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Unlimited Vol 3 4 0001 Appearances: Spider-Man Unlimited (Vol. 3) #4

A native Sioux Lakota, he had his newborn son treated by Dr. Waking-Bear, but at the time of payment he told the doctor he could not pay him, whereupon the doctor told him he would pay when he was able to do it.[347]

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.[348]

Michael (Earth-616) from Strange Academy Presents Death of Doctor Strange Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Strange Academy Presents: Death of Doctor Strange #1

Michael was a waiter in a pub where the Enchantress and her son Alvi were discussing the pact she had made with the sorcerer Pulsari about having to give him her firstborn, and during the discussion Amora apologized to Michael and his colleague Christina of the animosity of his son. After the mother and son couple left, Christina pointed out that Amora hadn't paid her bill, and Michael replied that she never does.[349]

Michael (Earth-616) from Moon Knight Vol 9 15 001 Appearances: Moon Knight (Vol. 9) #15

After Marc Spector gave control of himself to Steven Grant's personality, the first thing he did was to go to his trusted hairdresser, Michael, who trusted him to tell him that he had seen Marines returning from Fallujah who were in better shape.[350]

Michelle[]

Michelle (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 215 001 Appearances: Avengers #215

Michelle, while shopping at a Bloomingdale's store, asked her friend Amber if it was okay if she should spend a weekend on Rodney's yacht.[351]

Michelle (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 213 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #213

Michelle was an acquaintance of Horatio Piper and kissed his cheek while he was leaving Empire State University.[1]

Michelle (Earth-616) from Marvel's Voices Legacy Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Marvel's Voices: Legacy #1

Michelle went with Ian to her father's shop to retrieve the bag that Ian had hidden with the material inside to fight George's uncle who had become a vampire, but only Blade's intervention saved the boys who eliminated the vampires.[352]

Michelle (Earth-616) from Jane Foster & the Mighty Thor Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Jane Foster & the Mighty Thor #1

Michelle was an Ohio girl who went out on a first date with Rūna with the intention of getting to know each other better than her and she had the idea of both having "ten questions to ask on a first date." But while they were talking, Mr. Horse came asking for Runa's intervention in defense of Asgard, leaving Michelle speechless.[353]

Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 6) #31

Michelle is one of Janice Lincoln's friends from law school. Having gone to bed early after the bachelorette party, Michelle made it to the wedding without incident while most of the others became subjects of an FBI manhunt. She was seated by Peter Parker after an awkward first meeting and escaped with the attendees when chaos broke out.[354]

Mick[]

Mick (Earth-616) from Captain Britain Vol 1 9 001 Appearances: Captain Britain #9

When Braddock Manor was first seen, the Braddocks had a servant called Mick, but it is unclear whether he lived at the Manor. He has never been referred to again (along with an unnamed butler).[355]

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..[356]

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.[357]
Some time later, Mickey was also interrogated by Bullseye about the Kingpin's current whereabouts.[358]

Mickey (Earth-616), Paul (Earth-616) and Will (Earth-616) from Defenders Vol 1 117 001 Appearances: Defenders #117

When Over-Mind, whose mind was possessed by the five mind-merged psychics, decided to tie up loose ends with the individual personalities, Phillip le Guin emerged and traveled to his hometown and there he went to a basketball field where he saw his four friends, Jim, Will, Paul, and Mickey. Seeing them he ran towards them, but the four boys seeing him arrive were terrified as they knew that Phillip was dead and ran away in panic.[359]

Mickey (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 196 0001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #196

Mickey was a student at Columbia University and part of a group of fellow students who wanted to kill Charles Xavier because he was a mutant. Shadowcat walked in on them having a conversation about it and was attacked by some of the students. Mickey tried to keep Phil from killing Kitty but he was unphased until Rachel Summers arrived and stopped them.[360]

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.[361]

Midas[]

Midas (Earth-616) from Elektra Vol 1 100 001 Appearances: Elektra #100

Lady Midas was a real estate businesswoman, whom Wilson Fisk placed under the protection of Typhoid Mary to avoid the involvement of Elektra, who had bought a full block of Hell's Kitchen from under Fisk.[326]

Migdalia[]

Migdalia (Earth-616) from Marvel Comics Presents Vol 1 9 001 Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #9

Migdalia was the cousin of El Águila living in San Elainya, Spain.[362]

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.[363]

Miguel[]

Miguel (Earth-616) from Marvel Mystery Comics Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #2

Miguel was a member of outlaw gang of Hook Tebbs. He got into a quarrel with the Masked Raider.[364]

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.[365]

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.[298]

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.[366]

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.[367]
He organized his reality show.[368]
Miguel also managed to invite the Fantastic Four to the David Letterman's Late Show.[369]

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.[370]

Miguel (Earth-616) from Power Man and Iron Fist Vol 2 1 0001 Appearances: Power Man and Iron Fist (Vol. 2) #1

Miguel was fleeing Mexico and took refuge in Brooklyn but the Don of the Dead found him and while he was about to kill him, Iron Fist and Power Man intervened, defeating the Don and his men.[371]

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.[372]

Miguel (Earth-616) from X-Men Unlimited Infinity Comic Vol 1 36 001 Appearances: X-Men Unlimited Infinity Comic #36

Miguel was a Mexican boy who, together with his friends Gabi and Javier, found a deep hole and outside what remained of the pupal state of one of Maggott's endosymbiotes and were terrified when they saw the slug grown to gigantic size.[373]

Mike[]

Mike (Earth-616) from Marvel Comics Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Marvel Comics #1

Mike was employed by plantation-owner John Crafton.
In 1939, Mike was with his boss in the Amazon Jungle following Ken Masters when local Indians killed him with a poisoned dart.[374][375]

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.[192]

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

Mike was ordered to get rid of the Painter.[376]

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).[328]

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

Mike was saved by Storm from Proteus' powers.[377]

Mike (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 364 0001 Appearances: Avengers #364

He was hunting with his friend Charlie just when landed Galen-Kor and his team of Kree rebels who killed them both.[378]

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

Mike's bar was damaged by Hercules.[379]

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

Mike was a Daily Grind customer.[380]

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.[381]

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

Mike was an acquaintance of Flash Thompson during early childhood.[382]

Mike (Earth-616) from Thunderbolts Vol 1 6 001 Appearances: Thunderbolts #6

Mike was the pilot of the airliner that was attacked by the Elements of Doom.[383]

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.[384]

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.[385]

Mike (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 568 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #568

Mike was a homeless man who served himself in the F.E.A.S.T. centers where Eddie Brock worked. He was a very grumpy and rude guy, and when he knocked over the tray with the food Eddie had served him, among other things insulting him, Eddie lost control and hit him knocking him out.[296]

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.[386]

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

Mike was the Lionsgate Hotel owner.[387]

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.[388]

Mike (Mister Immortal's friend) (Earth-616) from Great Lakes Avengers Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Great Lakes Avengers #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.[389]

Mike (Earth-616) from Carnage Forever Vol 1 1 002 Appearances: Carnage Forever #1

Mike was a grade student who along with two of his fellow students got drunk and on the way back they met Elsie, a homeless child who Mike ruined the drawing she had done. Later, after being possessed by the Symbiote Carnage, Elsie killed Mike and his two companions by making the corpses disappear.[390]

Mikey[]

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

Mikey was a Skrull who infiltrated Earth and pretended to be a high school student and who was killed in class by Skrull Kill Krew's Moonstomp who after his death revealed his true appearance, frightening all the other students.[391]

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

Mikey and Brad were two bicyclists who were caught by Spider-Man after causing an accident.[392]

Mikhail[]

Mikhail (Earth-616) from Captain America and Bucky Vol 1 624 001 Appearances: Captain America and Bucky #624

Mikhail was a Soviet government agent, who upon the Winter Soldier's return from a mission where he assassinated a KGB agent who wanted to defect to the States, being enraged that he hadn't been warned that his daughter was with the agent, Mikhail claimed it was collateral damage and joked if he wanted to know if the officer also had a dog, further infuriating Barnes.[393]

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.[394]
He was rescued by Brom and his father when the platform exploded.[394]

Mikki[]

Mikki (Earth-616) from Black Widow Vol 2 2 001 Appearances: Black Widow (Vol. 2) #2

Mikki was on guard outside General Stalyenko's office and was surprised when he saw Yelena Belova approaching thinking that she had been killed by Natasha Romanov, so Yelena, actually Natasha with her features, easily got rid of him by hitting him with a blast from her gauntlet.[395]

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.[396]

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.[397]

Milena[]

Milena (Earth-616) from Year of Marvels April Infinite Comic Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Year of Marvels: April Infinite Comic #1

Milena is a Graphic Designer who works for Graphigrex Inc. and among her colleagues there is Gene Gray with whom she calls him with various appellations of super heroes of which she is a great enthusiast and expert.[398]

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.[399]

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.[400]

Miller[]

No Image Male Appearances: Uncanny Tales #36

Tommy's father agreed to take in a stray dog found by their son Tommy who said it was a wishing dog even though they thought it was the child's fantasy. When Tommy convinced them to ask for a wish, the parents asked to have a million dollars. A few days later the wish came true when they came into possession of diamonds worth a million dollars but which they could not resell as their wish was to possess the million, however both were very happy because Tommy had wished for himself good health and friendships which that had come true.[401]

No Image Female Appearances: Uncanny Tales #36

Tommy's mother agreed to take in a stray dog found by their son Tommy who said it was a wishing dog even though they thought it was the child's fantasy. When Tommy convinced them to ask for a wish, the parents asked to have a million dollars. A few days later the wish came true when they came into possession of diamonds worth a million dollars but which they could not resell as their wish was to possess the million, however both were very happy because Tommy had wished for himself good health and friendships which that had come true.[401]

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.[402]

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.[59]

Miller (Earth-616) from Carnage, U.S.A. Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Carnage, U.S.A. #1

George Miller's wife whom Carnage, after taking hostage the entire town of Doverton where the Millers lived, called by the name of "Martha". She also supposedly was among Carnage's victims.[403]

Millie[]

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

Millie was one of the girls who welcomed Tony Stark to Los Angeles.[404]

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.[405]

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.[406]
She met the Punisher when he stormed the brothel.[407]
Millie later came to rescue Tina when she was trapped by the Human Fly.[408]

Mills[]

Mills (Earth-616) from Carnage Vol 3 2 001 Appearances: Carnage (Vol. 3) #2

After hearing the screams in the room where Detective Jon Shayde was hospitalized, Nurse Mills hurried inside asking if everything was okay but found no one in the room and immediately gave the alarm that the detective had disappeared and it seemed that he had gone through the window.[409]

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.[410]

Milo (Earth-616) from Emma Frost Vol 1 7 0001 Appearances: Emma Frost #7, Emma Frost #8, Emma Frost #9, Emma Frost #10, Emma Frost #11, Emma Frost #12

Milo was a henchman of Lucien Goff who went to Troy Killkelly to force him into getting the loan with interest that Lucien had granted to Troy.[411]
Milo and Stu went again to visit Troy for payment with the intention of harming him again, but Emma had mentally sensed their arrival and together with Troy they managed to escape from the fire escape. However they managed to follow them to the restaurant where Troy worked but Emma used her powers to freeze both of them and Troy hit them with a frying pan, stunning them.[412]
Milo and Stu turned Troy's apartment upside down to get him to pay. Soon after they forced Troy and Emma to get into a car threatening them with guns.[413]
Stu and Milo disagreed about Emma's false kidnapping for a ransom, but they had to obey Lucien.[414]
Milo and Stu took care of making Troy's body disappear.[346]
Milo died in the shooting between various members of Lucien's gang after Emma had filled their minds with doubts and suspicions.[415]

Milos[]

Milos (Earth-616) from Winter Soldier Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Winter Soldier #2

Nick Fury intercepted Milos in Prague and at gunpoint demanded he tell him where and when his group's next auction would be held.[416]

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.[417]

Milty[]

No Image Male Appearances: Uncanny Tales #41

Jasper Milty's son was not very happy that his elderly father decided to retreat to a cabin in the woods to get away from the progress and frenzy of the city, but he accepted it anyway. Later, he told his son Tom about the rush to buy Geiger counters to detect uranium, and Tom secretly got together with his boss and had a Geiger counter delivered to his grandfather in the woods. Much to the surprise of his relatives, Jasper actually discovered a deposit of uranium, thus making himself and his family wealthy.[418]

No Image Female Appearances: Uncanny Tales #41

Jasper Milty's daughter-in-law was not very happy that her elderly father-in-law decided to retire to a cabin in the woods to get away from the progress and frenzy of the city, but she accepted it anyway thinking that he had done it so as not to burden his family. Later, her son Tom heard from her husband that there was a rush to buy Geiger counters to detect uranium, and Tom secretly made an agreement with her husband's boss and had a Geiger counter delivered to his father-in-law in the woods. Much to the surprise of his relatives, Jasper actually discovered a deposit of uranium, thus making himself and his family wealthy.[418]

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.[419]

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

Mimi was Sprite's manager.[420]

Min[]

Min (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.[421]

Mindy[]

Mindy (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 264 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #264

Mindy was a young woman who was riding in a speedboat when she spotted Spider-Man missing the Staten Island Ferry and offering him a ride.[422]

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.[423]

Minnie[]

Minnie (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 7 1 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four (Vol. 7) #1

Minnie was Sanford's girlfriend, a man who had the power to rewind time without his knowledge. When Minnie revealed to him that she wanted to break up their relationship, Sanford unwittingly rewound time simply wishing things would return to the way they were before, locking their town of Cedar in a time loop, until Alicia Grimm convinced him to move on with life accepting his separation from Minnie.[424]

Minton[]

Minton (Earth-616) friom Mystery Men Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Mystery Men #3

Sheriff Minton, on orders from the owners of the Board-controlled mining company, savagely beat anyone who dared to oppose the mine's labor regime. When Dr. Rupert Kingsley dared to treat a member of the miners' union who had been beaten by his men, Minton in punishment set fire to Kingsley's house with him inside. The badly burned Kingsley became the vigilante Surgeon and his first action was to avenge of Minton torturing him before killing him by getting a lot of information on the Board.[425]

Mirwit[]

Mirwit (Earth-616) from Moon Knight Black, White & Blood Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Moon Knight: Black, White & Blood #3

Mirwit, according to Khonshu, had the potential to become his avatar and Moon Knight's successor when the time came, and for this an unknown Cult kidnapped her and then sacrificed her with the intent in this way to hurt Khonshu himself. Moon Knight rushed to her rescue by defeating the Cult members in their secret lair and freeing Mirwit.[426]

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.[427]

Misha (Earth-616) from Savage Axe of Ares Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Savage Axe of Ares #1

Kolya and Misha were two Soviet traitors who stole a weapon called Rd Mercury in order to sell it in the West. Unknowingly, they were helped by Ares in achieving their goal, not knowing that he did it because it would lead to a war conflict. Only at the end when it was too late did they understand why Ares had helped them.[428]

Misty[]

Misty (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man '96 Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man '96 #1

Misty was defended by her boyfriend when they both were being mugged in the subway.[429]

Mitch[]

Mitch (Grave Robber) (Earth-616) from Zombie Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: 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.[430]

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

Mitch was a security officer who worked at Garwood Industries.[431]

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

Mitch was a robber stopped by Cyclops and Spider-Man in the West Village.[432]
Some time later, Mitch enjoyed a drink with Carol Danvers.[433]
A while later, Mitch was defeated by Mr. Fantastic while he was trying to rob a bank.[255]

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

Mitch is a bartender at Bar with No Name who wanted to get Conan's horse out of the bar.[434]

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.[435]

Mitchell (Earth-616) Marvel Two-In-One Vol 1 97 Appearances: Marvel Two-In-One #97

Mitchell was Ted Silverberg's assistant. Sensing the certain failure of his latest production, Silverberg told Mitchell to bring the script to his studio, seeing if he could at least turn the film into a comedy. Following Silverberg's purchase of the Holoflex, he told him that between the dollars given to the Thing and the cost of the Holoflex, they had already exceeded the budget for their next film.[174]

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 rifle was his brother, 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.[436] Mitar eventually sniped down both Vikady and the sniper who killed Dragunov.[437]

Moden[]

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

Captain Moden was a captain for a tactical police squad trying to deal with the ostensible menace of the drastically mutated Sidney Crumb. He held back his unit due to the presence of civilians.[438]

Moe[]

Moe (Earth-616) from Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 48 001 Appearances: Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #43, Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #47, Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #48

Moe, Jack, and Manny were Belladonna's henchmen. They participated in the various raids which, disguised as fashion design thefts, were put in place to discredit and ruin Roderick Kingsley.[41][42]
After tricking Spider-Man into going to Roderick Kingsley, Belladonna called Jack by phone telling him to get the boys together as that would be the big payoff. During the final showdown between Belladonna and her gang against Spider-Man, they were all easily defeated by the hero and handed over to the police.[43]

Mohammed[]

Mohammed (Earth-616) from New X-Men Vol 1 133 001 Appearances: New X-Men #133

Mohammed was a terrorist for the liberation of Kashmir whose plane terror attack was thwarted by the X-Men.[439]

Mohr[]

Mohr (Earth-616) from Punisher Back to School Special Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Punisher Back to School Special #3

Mohr was the principal of a high school and was also the main drug dealer in his own school. When the Punisher found out about the drug trafficking in the school, he infiltrated as the cafeteria attendant and unearthed the drug trafficking ring that brought him to Mohr and killed him by setting him on fire.[440]

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.[441]

Molina[]

Molina (Earth-616) from Cable Vol 4 2 0001 Appearances: Cable (Vol. 4) #2

Molina was a detective from the Philadelphia Police and together with her partner DiStefano investigated the disappearance of the newborn son of Stinger and Paulie Provenzano, and did not want Cable to meddle in the investigation.[442]

Molinari[]

Molinari (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 79 0001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #78, Fantastic Four #79, Fantastic Four Annual #6

After visiting Susan Richards about the progress of her pregnancy, Dr. Molinari and a colleague were perplexed about the mutation of Susan's blood cells and how they might affect the baby.[443]
Dr. Molinari makes Reed Richards aware of the situation for both his wife and unborn child.[443]
Dr. Molinari gives a press conference about Susan's difficulties in childbirth due to the influence of cosmic rays that changed her body when she received her powers, but after Reed gave him the Cosmic Control Rod he delivered the baby without problems.[444]

Mollo[]

Mollo (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 237 001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #237

Mollo was a Genoshan Magistrate who jumped on a spacecraft that flew Genosha's airspace but noticed that nobody was on board the spacecraft.[294]

Molly[]

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

Molly was Jones' wife.[445]

Molly (cheery twin) (Earth-616) X-Factor Vol 3 22 Appearances: X-Factor (Vol. 3) #22, X-Factor (Vol. 3) #23, X-Factor (Vol. 3) #24

Mentions: X-Factor (Vol. 3) #21

Molly, together with her twin brother Wally, were called Purity Singers and acted as the image and spokesperson of a cult that exalted hatred especially towards mutants. Their parents and maternal grandparents used a subterfuge devised by the Isolationist, to pretend a feud between them for those who should raise the twins, all to bring the mutants out into the open and hit them.[446]

Molly (Earth-616) from Journey Into Mystery Vol 1 635 001 Appearances: Journey Into Mystery #635

Molly was among the people, who following the War of the Serpent, fell into a comatose sleep full of nightmares playing Nightmare's plot but was exorcised and awakened by Loki in collaboration with Leah and the Son of Satan.[447]

Molly (Earth-616) from New Fantastic Four Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: New Fantastic Four #1

Molly was a pregnant homeless woman from Las Vegas to whom Father John Priest gave assistance and food. She reported to the priest that the other homeless people were changing after hearing the words of one Mr. Ash. She was later in the demon-possessed crowd who tried to assault the New Fantastic Four and was stopped by Father John.[448]

Momma[]

Momma (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 300 001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #300

Momma was an elderly prostitute who ran a brothel in Japan and of whom Victor Creed had been a fervent visitor for many years, preferring Momma herself to the girls in the brothel despite her advanced age.[449]

Mona[]

Mona (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 267 0001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #267

Mona was the wife of the Commuter, a small-time New York City criminal who lived in the suburbs. Mona lived a fairly normal suburban life with her husband despite his life of crime.[450]

Mona (Waitress) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 3 72 0001 Appearances: Avengers (Vol. 3) #72, Avengers (Vol. 3) #74, Avengers (Vol. 3) #75, She-Hulk (Vol. 2) #4

Mona was a waitress at a diner in Bone, Idaho. When Jennifer Walters went looking for her cousin Bruce, Mona consoled her when she saw her heartbroken.[451]
After the destruction of the town of Bone by an out of control She-Hulk, in the rubble Mona desperately asked for help in finding her son Jonah.[452]
At the end of the conflict between the Avengers and the Hulk, Mona finds her son safe and sound amid the destruction of their village.[453]
Mona was present at a meeting group meeting to support each other following the destruction of their village by She-Hulk.[454]

Monahan[]

No Image Male Appearances: Iron Fist #3 & Iron Fist #4

A staff member of St. Mabyn's Hospital, Dr. Monahan was in his own words "a poor, struggling National Health G.P." when survivors of a plane crash caused by Radion the Ravager were brought in for treatment. He was assigned Misty Knight, who was not only in the plane but was further injured while fighting the Ravager. After she was taken out of surgery, Monahan spoke to Knight's traveling companion Danny Rand and was admittedly perplexed by her cybernetic arm.[455]

He was later present when Misty tried to discharge herself, warning her that she still possessed internal injuries. When she suddenly fainted, he ran into the corridor to yell for some attendants to help him with her.[456]

Monica[]

Monica (Earth-616) from Symbiote Spider-Man King in Black Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Symbiote Spider-Man: King in Black #1

Monica was a doctor at the Ravencroft Institute and watched Alistaire Smythe self-inject a substance by asking him if it was approved and having in reply that it was her own invention and that she was already pumping her into the ventilation system, and she became the first to be possessed by Mister E.[457]

Monique[]

Monique from She-Hulk Vol 2 29 001 Appearances: She-Hulk (Vol. 2) #30

Single mother and She-Hulk's cellmate in Cleveland City lock-up.[458] She was later possessed by Bendigeidfran the Blessed.[459]

Monk[]

Monk (Earth-616) from Young Allies Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Young Allies #2

Monk was a henchman of the Black Talon. After allying himself with the Nazis, they helped him in the kidnapping of Dora Livingstone to find his father who had discovered a new Earth called New America.[460]

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.[461]

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.[462]

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.[463]

Monty[]

Monty (Earth-616) from Marvel Two-In-One Vol 1 80 001 Appearances: Marvel Two-In-One #80

Phil and Monty were two teenage hoodlums who attempted to steal a stock car during a Johnny Blaze performance. During the theft they almost run over Blaze who promptly transforms into Ghost Rider and chases them. Once he reached them he was about to punish them as the Spirit of Vengeance but the Thing intervened to help them and avoided worse damage to the two teenagers.[464]

Monty (Earth-616) Venom Lethal Protector Vol 2 3 001 Appearances: Venom: Lethal Protector (Vol. 2) #3

Monty was a drug trafficker who secretly got Dr. Allen Hoffman tipping off about his wealthy patients who were addicted to drugs and psychiatric drugs in exchange for money.[465]

Moore[]

Mrs

Mrs. Moore

Appearances: Meteor Man #6

Mrs. Moore became the new CEO of Skyyventures, Inc. after the death of Armand Skyy.[466]

Moose[]

Moose (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 7 001 Appearances: Avengers #7

Moose trained once with Crusher and Captain America.[467]

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

Moose was killed by Neuri rebels.[468]

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.[469]
He eventually created an helmet which could simulate Doc Ock's brain-waves and control his arms.[470]
He vehemently complained at Spider-Man when he eventually had to destroy Octopus' arms.[471]

Morg[]

Morg (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 271 001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #271

Morg was a Genoshan Magistrate. He was about to treat a Magistrate who he thought was Tam Anderson but who was actually Psylocke who was infiltrating until Havok intervened, then convinced that he was a Magistrate himself, concerned about the well-being of Tam who he loved, and Morg directed him towards Psylocke causing her to blow her cover.[472]

Morgan[]

Morgan (Earth-616) from Elektra Vol 3 14 001 Appearances: Elektra (Vol. 3) #14

Morgan was a member of the second team that Colonel Fischer had sent into the Mojave Desert to save them from Elektra's fire against him and the other members of the Coalition, but like the members of the first team, Fischer's men were mowed down by fire from Elektra, including Morgan.[473]

Mori[]

Mori (Earth-616) from Wolverine Debt of Death Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Wolverine: Debt of Death #1

Inspector Mori greeted Logan at the airport and told him about the murder of Superintendent Kenichi Nakadai, an acquaintance of Logan's since the war, and reporting the Yakuza's suspicions of guilt.[236]

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.[474]

Morris[]

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

Morris and Joe came across the Hulk while fishing by a trout stream in the Rocky Mountains.[285]

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.[475]

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.[476]

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.[477]

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.[478]

Morrison[]

General Morrison (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 193 0001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #193

General Morrison was a U.S. Air Force general who ran Valhalla Base. When the X-Men infiltrated the base to rescue Banshee from Thunderbird, Morrison discovered them and sent security forces after them.[479]

Madison (Earth-616) from Spectacular Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 12 001 Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #12

Mr. Morrison was a manager of Target Technologies who reported to the leaders of the firm that there had been further incidents due to the interference of costumed heroes, who after preventing the test of the wave cannon a fortune was breaking into the Rutherford plant where they were being developed weapons and probably had access to information relating to the location of their secret laboratory.[81]

Morrissey[]

Morrissey (Earth-616) from Emma Frost Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Emma Frost #1

Ms. Morrissey was present at the dance that was held at the Snow Valley School for Girls and to which Mr. Kendall introduced Emma Frost.[87]

Morrow[]

Morrow (Earth-616) from Marvel Two-In-One Vol 1 79 001 Appearances: Marvel Two-In-One #79

Soon after World War II, Elton Morrow, the Blue Diamond, retired from the super-heroic world and returned to his role as an anthropologist by marrying his childhood sweetheart. Shortly afterwards, however, his wife died leaving Elton to focus on his work and regretting having left his role as a super hero.[480]

Morry[]

Morry (Earth-616) from Jubilee Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Jubilee #1

Morry served in a mall diner in Los Angeles. When Jubilee slyly asked for a refill in a glass she had taken from a trash can, she yelled at Morry that she had seen him stick his finger in the glass while he was refilling it and had her exchange it for free.[481]

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.[482]

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.[483]

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.[484]

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.[485]

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.[53]

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.[486]

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.[487]

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.[488]

Morty[]

Morty (Earth-616) from Peter Parker Spider-Man Vol 1 12 001 Appearances: Peter Parker: Spider-Man #12

Morty was the Symkarian Embassy's doorman.[489]

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.[490]
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.[491]

Moss (Earth-616) from Two-Gun Kid Vol 1 30 001 Appearances: Two-Gun Kid #30

Moss was a sheriff who helped Two-Gun Kid take back his land from Bartell.[492]

Mousey[]

Mousey (Earth-616) from Power Man and Iron Fist Vol 1 108 001 Appearances: Power Man and Iron Fist #108

Mousey was the owner of Mousey's Arcade which was one of the buildings that was burned down as part of the cleansing crusade of Firebolt.[493]

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.[494]

Mrrsgarn[]

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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.[495]

Mueller[]

Mueller (Teacher) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 258 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #258, Fantastic Four #278

Fraulein Mueller was Kristoff's private teacher.[496]

Muffy[]

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

Muffy was one of the bikers who harassed Connie.[497]

Mug[]

Mug (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 399 0001 Appearances: Captain America #399

Mug was a member of the Mudsharks street gang and they found Rachel Leighton handcuffed to a subway column and wanted to take advantage of her when Crossbones, the one who had handcuffed her, returned and killed Rob and all the other members of the Mudsharks.[498]

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.[499] He assisted him during the Spider-Island crisis.[500]

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.[501]

Mulroney[]

Mulroney (Earth-616) from X-Factor Vol 1 216 0001 Appearances: X-Factor #216

Mulroney was the bodyguard of the Mayor of New York, J. Jonah Jameson. He accompanied Jameson to the X-Factor Investigations offices.[502]

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.[503]

Muñoz[]

Munoz (Earth-616) from Herc Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Herc #3

Ms. Munoz asks Hercules for help because of a methamphetamine laboratory in the building next to her apartment, and that every time she reports the matter to the police, in the meantime that they intervene the laboratory is dismantled to open it immediately after the search.[504]

Murch[]

Mr. Murch (Earth-616) from Untold Tales of Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 1996 Appearances: Untold Tales of Spider-Man #5

Mr. Murch was the gym teacher at Midtown High School at the time Peter Parker was attending. When Mr. Murch asked Peter if he could help him clean the gym while the others were showering, Peter gladly agreed to stay away from Flash Thompson.[505]

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.[506]

Murphy[]

No Image Female Appearances: Journey Into Unknown Worlds #50

Mrs. Murphy was the mother of Toodles, who when her son brought home his friend Tony Tipple to show him how his parakeet Small Talk had learned to speak, she released the bird into the house making sure the windows were closed to avoid that he ran away.[507]

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

Murphy witnessed the Avengers coming by bus to Forest Hills Gardens.[508]
He told his neighbors, but they didn't believe him until they watched the Guardians of the Galaxy arriving in Forest Hills Gardens, too.[509]

Murphy (Earth-616) from Devil's Reign Spider-Man Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Devil's Reign: Spider-Man #1

Murphy was hired by The Rose to capture Spider-Man. Pretending to be a member of Mayor Wilson Fisk's Thunderbolt Units, after Spider-Man was arrested by his accomplice Gibbs, Murphy drove the van that would take him to the Rose's lair. However, Spider-Man realized they weren't cops and escaped their captures, much to The Rose's chagrin.[510]

Murray[]

Joe (Earth-616) and Murray (Earth-616) from Deadpool Vol 3 45 001 Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 3) #45

Joe and Murray were two guards guarding "Titania" and Constrictor who had been captured by the Avengers. It was actually not Titania, but rather the shape-shifter Copycat who pretended to be a guard who had been captured by a supposedly escaped Titania and put there in her place. As soon as Joe and Murray opened the capsule that imprisoned him, she kicked them both out of action.[511]

Mr. Murray (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 3 13 001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 3) #13, Wolverine (Vol. 3) #14, Wolverine (Vol. 3) #16, Wolverine (Vol. 3) #17, Wolverine (Vol. 3) #18

Minor Appearance: Wolverine (Vol. 3) #15

Mr. Murray was a representative of Weapon X who commissioned Sabretooth to capture Native.[512]
Also in connection with Native's discovery, Murray and another Weapon X manager hired Sabretooth to locate Wolverine.[513]
Willoughby gives Murray photographs of Wolverine and Native being identified.[514]
After Native was captured, Murray was at the Weapon X research base to witness experiments on her.[515]
Murray offers Sabretooth $ 5 million if he would get rid of Wolverine, but to his wonder Sabretooth turned against all members of Weapon X by killing them.[516]

Mushbell[]

Senator Mushbell (Earth-616) from Blonde Phantom Comics Vol 1 12 001 Appearances: All Select Comics #11, Blonde Phantom Comics #12

Senator Mushbell was a United States senator during the 1940s. By 1946, he was providing government secrets to diplomat Signor Korte, the constant nemesis of the Blonde Phantom.[517][518]

Mushi[]

Mushi (Earth-616) from Fear Itself Spider-Man Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Fear Itself: Spider-Man #3

Mushi was a nurse who assisted Dr. Shahrazad Rafiee at the E.R. of the General Hospital on the very day of the Fear Itself crisis with a large number of patients.[519]

Mussorgsky[]

Mussorgsky (Earth-616) from Wolverine Patch Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Wolverine: Patch #5

Captain Mussorgsky took command of the Russian forces in Madripoor after Raskalnikov's death tasked with recapturing the mutant family who had fled Russia and bringing them back to their homeland.[520]

Mycroft[]

Mycroft (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 316 0001 Appearances: Iron Man #316

Mycroft used brain cybernetic implants to increase his intellect. He was hired by Roxxon to oppose Tony Stark's new ethical business policies.[521]

Myron[]

Myron (Earth-616) from Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 134 0001 Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #134

Myron was a clerk in a jewelry store who was robbed by Maxwell Dillon. Myron smiled as Dillon pulled out a toy gun not imagining that Dillon would use his powers that electrocuted him and stunned him.[522]

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.[523]

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

Myron witnessed Norman Osborn being taken away by the Scrier.[524]

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.[525]

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