O'Malley tricks the Devil into giving him wealth while he is alive, but the Devil is resentful, and so after O'Malley dies the Devil won't allow him to enter Hell. St. Peter refuses to allow him into Heaven because he lived a wealthy and sinful life, so he has nothing to do but wander around telling his story in bars.
Ofira, wife of Emandax, was a darkly beautiful enchantress who mastered the spell of metamorphosis. His husband introduced her to King Kull to help him solve the great calamity which was cursing the City of Wonders. Ofira, wishing to acquire the king's power, attempted to take him to herself, but Kull eventually rejected her. Ofira then incited Emandax to undermine to black legions within, while she plotted revenge aiding Emperor Varicus of Zarfhaana. Before the battle, she managed to turn Varicus' entire army into beastlike elk-men, but Sen-Dor, sorcerer of Kamelia, eventually transformed her into a harmless mouse, and her own spell was broken.
Og the One-Eyed was Sligo (Earth-616)Sligo's former master of arms, although he had a bigger reputation as a thief. He was executed by Sligo as soon as he learned Og's plan to penetrate the citadel of Harach Gnar with Conan and purloin his fabled opal, the Dragon's Egg.
Doctor Olsen was a physician who lived and worked in Southern California during World War II, a competent enough surgeon who was nevertheless outclassed by Dr. Sam Sabuki. A bigot in addition, Olsen naturally welcomed his rival's removal from the hospital staff and the community too when all Japanese-Americans were interred during the war. His envy was such that, when the Invaders brought a severely injured Toro cross-country for treatment, he kept mum about Sabuki and his whereabouts, which Bucky had to be alerted to by Olsen's reluctant aide, Nurse Gimble.
Even as Toro's life slipped further away, Dr. Olsen refused to even consider allowing Sabuki to operate, and angrily dismissed Gimble when she attempted to reason with him. Thankfully, Toro was kidnapped from the hospital shortly thereafter, thus allowing Dr. Sabuki the opportunity to save his life.
Mrs. Olson was Jake Olson's mother. When Jake returned to his apartment with Beta Ray Bill, she became frightened at Bill's alien sight and passed out.
When she recovered Jake explained to her mother who Bill was and things smoothed out.
Mrs. Olson goes to Memorial Hospital to meet her son and meets Hannah Fairmont there, and right then Hannah's loyalty comes in saying that Jake is badly burned.
Mrs. Olson was present and shocked at the sight of her severely burned son while he was hospitalized.
Ms. Olson waits for her son to be healed and leaves the hospital but is a little disconcerted that Jake names an "Eddie" cousin whom she knows doesn't exist.
Ormon was one of the two Aquilonians who persuaded Conan to escort them to Mount Raktavashi, only to kill the Cimmerian's comrade and flee towards the mountain.
Ormon was eventually tracked down and slain by Conan.
Orson was a child who, in order to chase his balloon that had escaped him, escaped the control of his mother and threw himself into traffic and only the timely intervention of Spider-Man saved him from being hit by the cars.
Ortiz was the leader of the Spanish Kings, one of the two biggest gangs from Chicago, who were locked in war against the other one, the Southstone Rangers. When Falcon attempted to put an end to the violence, he had his sidekick Patriot talk to Ortiz to convince him to work out a truce with the leader of the Southstone Rangers, Dray.
During the act where the leaders of each gang were supposed to call truce, Dray killed Ortiz in cold blood while he was extending his hand. Unbeknownst to anybody, Dray was actually working with Mayor Agnew to spread the violence across the city. Additionally, the mayor was in reality the demon Blackheart in disguise.