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Rachel (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Maximum Clonage Vol 1 Omega 001 Appearances: Spider-Man: Maximum Clonage Omega #1

Rachel reported the news about the battle between the Scarlet Spider and the Spidercide in the Daily Bugle Building.[1]

Rachel (Club Noir) (Earth-616) from Web of Scarlet Spider Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Web of Scarlet Spider #1, Amazing Scarlet Spider #1, Spectacular Scarlet Spider #1, Amazing Scarlet Spider #2

Rachel was a cocktail waitress at the Club Noir.[2]
She introduced herself to Ben Reilly, but he didn't pay her attention, distracted by Orlando Kannor.[3]
Rachel was mistreated by Club Noir's boss Jason Tso.[4]
Rachel then quit the job, as she couldn't make money while the club was closed for repairs.[5]

Rachel (Earth-616) from Captain America and Bucky Vol 1 621 001 Appearances: Captain America and Bucky #621

While Steve Rogers and Bucky were investigating saboteurs at a Carnival, they met two girls, Rachel and her friend Donna, whom they fraternized with and used as a cover for their investigation.[6]


Raczkowski (Earth-616) from Captain America Comics Vol 1 36 0001 Appearances: Captain America Comics #36

Polish diplomat, Mr. Raczkowski was the guest of honor at the party organized by wealthy Mrs. Van Loan, and during the party the Leopard Woman kidnapped New York water commissioner William Sands.[7]


Radwa (Earth-616) from Women of Marvel Vol 2 1 0001 Appearances: Women of Marvel (Vol. 2) #1

Radwa was a girl who was taken hostage by the Rhino to avoid confrontation with She-Hulk and was thrown over a parapet but was saved by She-Hulk who caught her, making the rescue the best thing that ever happened to Radwa.[8]


Rafe (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 185 0001 Appearances: Iron Man #185

Rafe was a young man from the town of Tulaluma that was working with a group of men to capture a blond woman accused of killing the town’s sheriff. The woman had convinced Tony Stark, Jim Rhodes, and the Erwins of her innocence but the men had laid a trap in a barn and were going to take them back to Tulaluma before Iron Man arrived and rescued them.[9]

Rafe (Grave Robber) (Earth-616) from Zombie Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Zombie #2

Rafe and his partner Mitch 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. Mr. Six shot Rafe for failure.[10]

Rafe (Earth-616) from Jungle Action Vol 2 19 001 Appearances: Jungle Action (Vol. 2) #19

Henry was a police officer who took in custody the members of the Dragon's Circle defeated by the Black Panther.[11]


Rafferty (Westchester) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 119 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #119

Rafferty was one of the business associates of Doctor Octavius guarding Aunt May.[12]


No Image Male Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 2) #91

Rafito was one of the assistants of General Hector Carranza in the prison compound of Sierra Angeles where he was supposedly held. When one of the soldiers protecting the surrounding area, Bene, had important news to report to Carranza, Bene asked Rafito to take Carranza out of the sauna to hear him.[13]


Ragarr (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 7 25 001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 7) #25

Ragar was a Hellbride soldier who pursued Wolverine and Solem at the North Pole in the midst of the Progenitor's judgment, but during the pursuit he was eliminated by a mysterious force.[14]


Raines (Earth-616) from Emma Frost Vol 1 6 0001 Appearances: Emma Frost #6

After stabilizing Christian who had attempted suicide, Dr. Raines tried to report his condition to the Frost family but was quickly scolded by Winston Frost who claimed to want to speak to the hospital chief of staff.[15]


Raji (Earth-616) from Original Sins Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Original Sins #3

Raji was a pet dog whose owner died when the Orb confronted the Avengers.[16]


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

Minor Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 6) #30

Doctor Rajput worked at the Ravencroft Institute and on the orders of Wilson Fisk he was working on Bullseye, held and drugged in an underground wing of the Institute wanted by Rajput for such secret treatments.[17]
Dr. Rajput and his staff were all killed by Bullseye upon awakening him.[18]


Raldo (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 227 001 Appearances: Daredevil #227

Raldo gave Tonio Daredevil's secret identity.[19]


Ralph (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 88 001 Appearances: Avengers #88

Ralph was a friend of the Falcon from New Orleans, who apparently disappeared in the backwoods. He was found by Falcon and Captain America among a voodoo cult in some sort of trance, murmuring location coordinates expressed in latitude and longitude.[20]

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

Ralph and his family traveled aboard a 747 jet alongside the Fantastic Four.[21]

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

Ralph was a lorry driver who lent his truck to Captain America and Captain Britain, and ended up shot in the back by a Red Skull follower.[22]

Ralph (Vermont) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 166 001 Appearances: Avengers #166

Ralph was told to get on the phone to find out what caused the serious anomaly detected on New York City.[23]

Ralph (New York) (Earth-616) from Longshot Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Longshot #1

Ralph and Rose met Longshot when he first appeared in Upstate New York.[24]


Ralphie (Earth-616) from Solo Avengers Vol 1 8 001 Appearances: Solo Avengers #8

Ralphie was one of Francesi's henchmen. When together with his boss they were about to take revenge on a boy who had previously threatened Francesi to make him stop his extortion ring, Blind Justice intervened and knocked out Ralphie by shooting him with a weapon that released an electric jolt.[25]


No Image Male Mentions: Marc Spector: Moon Knight #23

Colonel Ramar was a drug dealer in Paraguay and a partner in Emmanuel Raposa Florida cocaine smuggling operation. Raposa had complete trust in Ramar so, when one of his pilots arrived with a smaller amount of cocaine and an unscheduled landing in his route, Raposa blamed and murdered the pilot.[26]


Ramirez (Earth-616) from Punisher The Prize Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Punisher: The Prize #1

A henchman of Raymond Gonzales who wore an Iron Man Armor stolen in the period of passage from Stark International to Stane International by an arms dealer. Ramirez in armor collided with the Punisher but was killed when the Punisher threw a knife that hit Ramirez in the slit of the eyes, killing him. When he was hit, Ramirez uncontrollably released the repulsor rays that demolished the building where they were in, killing Gonzales and all his men.[27]

Ramirez (Earth-616) from Silver Surfer Vol 6 1 0001 Appearances: Silver Surfer (Vol. 6) #1

Major Ramirez was a Mexican soldier who collaborated with the O.A.S.'s sci op, Suzi Endo to resolve the issue of the advent of the Silver Surfer on Earth.[28]


Ramon (Latverian) (Earth-616) from Astonishing Tales Vol 1 7 001 Appearances: Astonishing Tales #7

Ramon was one of Doctor Doom's men who operated the nuclear-powered excavator.[29]

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

Ramon didn't believe the Prophet's speech.[30]

Ramón (Trainer) (Earth-616) from Sentry Vol 2 4 001 Appearances: Sentry (Vol. 2) #4 & Sentry (Vol. 2) #5

Ramón was Lindy Lee-Reynolds's yoga trainer.[31]
He casually met Dr. Cornelius Worth at the Watchtower.[32]

Ramon (Earth-616) from Hulk Vol 2 32 0001 Appearances: Hulk (Vol. 2) #32

Luisa and Ramon were on board a pickup truck in the town of Beebe, Arkansas when they were hit in full by a tornado but fortunately they were rescued by Red Hulk.[33]

Ramon (Earth-616) from All-New Ghost Rider Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: All-New Ghost Rider #4, All-New Ghost Rider #5

Ramon witnessed how Grumpy mutated and became addict to the pink pills.[34]
He abandoned Grumpy when Mister Hyde personally confronted him, and subsequently died in a shootout against McCallum's mercenaries.[35]


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Rampar (Earth-616) from Savage Sword of Conan Vol 1 165 001 Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #165

Mullah Rampar was an usurper whose wisdom in the areas of diplomacy were legendary. He asked Hassan to get rid of the Great Khan's children.[36]


Randall (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 3 4 001 Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 3) #4, Daredevil (Vol. 3) #5, Daredevil (Vol. 3) #6

Mr. Randall was Austin Cao's supervisor.[37]
Fearing for his own life, he escaped and met Daredevil.[38]
After Daredevil eventually saved him from Bruiser, Randall decided to leave the country.[39]


Randolph (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 31 001 Appearances: Tales to Astonish #31

Lord Randolph was a suitor of socialite Gloria Carstairs.[40]

Randolph (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 205 001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #205

Miss Randolph was Katie Power's baby-sitter; During a snowstorm during the busy Christmas shopping season, she was separated from Katie by Wade Cole's attack against Wolverine.[41]

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

Randolph was a worker at the Ralsby Meat Packing Plant in Doverton. During a routine check he spotted Cletus Kasady inside the plant who had devoured several already slaughtered animals and called the police.[42]


Randy (Earth-616) from Web of Spider-Man Vol 2 10 001 Appearances: Web of Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #10

Randy, worker of the Front Line, watched a video of J. Jonah Jameson while he was being held by the Extremist.[43]

Randy (Earth-616) from Captain Marvel Vol 10 27 0001 Appearances: Captain Marvel (Vol. 10) #27, Captain Marvel (Vol. 10) #38

Randy was a guy Carol Danvers met at the speed date arranged by her friends. He insisted to Carol that if she followed him for two weeks he would be able to shape her muscles.[44] When the new hero Binary appeared, Randy commented to a news crew that she was "hot."[45]


Ranjamaryam (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 4 001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #4

Chancellor Ranjamaryam was murdered by Bloodsport.[46]


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

Ranulf was an ancient Viking who fought the Berzerkir with Thor.[47]


Raoul (Earth-616) from West Coast Avengers Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: West Coast Avengers #2

Raoul was a driver whose Wells Fargo armored truck was hijacked by the Blank.[48]

Raoul (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 307 0001 Appearances: Captain America #307

Raoul was the boyfriend of a woman that Jack Monroe worked with at Big Apple Supermarket. She had been injured by a rock thrown through the window of the grocery store and was taken to the hospital. Jack thought to check on her because he wanted to ask her out when he discovered her boyfriend.[49]

Raoul (Earth-616) from Silver Surfer Vol 6 3 0001 Appearances: Silver Surfer (Vol. 6) #3

During the terraforming of the Chihuahuan Desert in a lush jungle by the High Evolutionary, a ground-to-ground missile was launched from the artillery vehicle led by Raoul, who said that he was not the one to launch it.[50]


Raphael (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 238 002 Appearances: Daredevil #238

Raphael was the leader of a gang who occupied the Alley after the Morlocks were gone.[51]

Raphael (Earth-616), Andy (Earth-616), Ernest (Earth-616) from Marc Spector Moon Knight Vol 1 23 001 Appearances: Marc Spector: Moon Knight #23

Raphael and Andy were both guards of Emmanuel Raposa's Miami villa during his Florida cocaine smuggling operation. When Raposa found that his pilot Ernest had tried to steal from him, he had Raphael and Andy execute Ernest in the sea - in a gruesome way, to serve as a warning to others.[26]

The story does not reveal which one is Raphael and which Andy. These character also seem to be Raposa's minions from the next issue Marc Spector: Moon Knight #24, with different coloring, but Raposa calls them by different names (Bruno and Lawrence.


Raskalnikov (Earth-616) from Wolverine Patch Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Wolverine: Patch #4

Captain Raskalnikov was in command of a group of Russian soldiers under the orders of Agent Tatiana Nemikova in Madripoor to retrieve some mutants who had escaped from a secret place in Russia to study them and use them as weapons. After they captured the mutants, Nemikova made arrangements with Raskalnikov to also eliminate their allies, Prince Baran and General Coy. He was killed by Logan when Raskalnikov was about to shoot the little mutant.[52]


Rasko (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 32 001 Appearances: Iron Man #32

Rasko and Baldy Kolak were two escaped convicts who were eventually defeated by Iron Man the Mechanoid.[53]


Rat (Earth-616) from X-Factor Vol 1 52 001 Appearances: X-Factor #52

Rat and Sifter saw Officer Jones investigating the body found in the snow and realizing that she was a woman and that she was on what they said was their territory, they decided that they wanted to have some fun with her, but their purpose ceased the very moment that Archangel intervened and disposed of the gang.[54]

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

Rat and Tommy Kavanagh saved the Kingpin from Hammerhead.[55]


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

Dr. Rattamun was the administrator at State Street Hospital in New York City. He was referred to by other patients as "Ratman" because of their dislike for him. Due to a mistake in government documentation, one of his more cantankerous patients was declared legally dead, and he was eager to kick him out but Spider-Man intervened and was able to get the appropriate documentation to allow him to stay.[56]


Ratzo (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 31 001 Appearances: Iron Man #31

Ratzo was one of the Smashers who escorted Bullwhip Grogan to the Stark Industries factory on Lakani.[57]


Raul (Earth-616) from Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 63 0001 Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #63

Raul was one of the Bushmaster's bodyguards, who couldn't stop Misty Knight from fleeing his yacht to warn Iron Fist.[58]

Raul (Earth-616) from Defenders Vol 1 135 001 Appearances: Defenders #135

Raul was a migrant who worked for the owner of a clothing factory. Raul was sent to bail Blowtorch Brand out of jail in order to hire him to torch his factory to avoid an investigation into his unsavory hiring practices hiring illegal workers.[59]

Raúl (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

Raúl was the circus fire-eater.[60]


Mr. Raven (Earth-616) from Fearless Defenders Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Fearless Defenders #1, Fearless Defenders #2, Fearless Defenders #3, Fearless Defenders #4, Fearless Defenders #5, Fearless Defenders #6, Fearless Defenders #8, Fearless Defenders #12

Mr. Raven was a mercenary in the service of Caroline Le Fay who opposed the Valkyrie's Defenders.[61]
He managed to capture Dani Moonstar and take her to Caroline.[62]
He and Caroline witnessed the assault of the Doom Maidens against the Defenders.[63]
He doubts the Doom Maiden's ability and offers to face the Defenders with his men, but is threatened by Caroline if he still questions her judgment.[64]
Caroline and Mr. Raven were convinced they had overpowered the Defenders, did not imagine how many allies Brunnhilde could count and he himself was defeated in the melee by Moonstar.[65]
Upon entering Caroline's office, he was scolded by her for not wanting to be disturbed as she selected new allies.[66]
He accompanies Zheng Bao Yu to Caroline's office.[67]
Following Caroline and her allies, she suffered the onslaught of the Defenders and were soundly defeated.[68]


Ravenette (Earth-616) from Crypt of Shadows Vol 3 1 001 Appearances: Crypt of Shadows (Vol. 3) #1

Ravenette was a girl who along with her partner Vince pinned a ghost in place to experiment on him until the ghost reacted and took over Ravenette. Brielle Brooks exorcised the ghost from Ravenette but discovered that the real victim was the ghost and feeling discovered Ravenette and Vince fled.[69]


Mister Ravina (Earth-616) from Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! #3, Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! #11

Minor Appearances: Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! #17
Mentioned: Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! #9

Mr. Ravina was the landlord of the apartment of Patsy Walker and her friends. He used his son Federigo's powers to control insects to flood his tenants' apartments with bedbugs and while they were away he robbed them of their belongings, until his son with Patsy's help refused to continue robbing.[70]
He complained to Patsy's son who kept singing, and her son replied that it was thanks to her that they still owned the building.[71]


Rawley (Earth-616) from X-Force Vol 6 21 0001 Minor Appearances: X-Force (Vol. 6) #21

Senator Rawley was a loud advocate for the medical advances brought about by the treaty with Krakoa. He was killed by his friend Marcia Colpepper while she was being controlled by telephloronic technology.[72]


Rawlins (Earth-616) from Elektra Vol 3 17 001 Minor Appearances: Elektra (Vol. 3) #17

Mr. Rawlins was a resident of South Central Los Angeles, in the area of Drake's dojo, and who he knew and greeted friendly when he met him.[73]


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

Ray and Jerry warned Adam Warlock about a bomb test.[74]

Ray (Doctor) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 121 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #121

Ray was a doctor who had been a friend with Norman Osborn for many years.[75]

Ray (Earth-616) from Marvel Two-In-One Vol 1 98 001 Appearances: Marvel Two-In-One #98

Ray was an usher at the Baxter Building. He prevented Dr. Giles Niven from entering the building to meet Reed Richards as he did not have an appointment.[76]

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

Ray was a fireman, and a friend of Paul Falcone and Tommy Kavanagh.[55]

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

Ray was one of Adam Simon's bodyguards.[77]

Ray (Chichen Itza) (Earth-616) from Hulk Vol 2 53 001 Appearances: Hulk (Vol. 2) #53

Ray was a tourist that visited the Chichen Itza site.[78]

Ray (Only Cake) (Earth-616) from Hulk Vol 4 7 0001 Appearances: Hulk (Vol. 4) #7, Hulk (Vol. 4) #8, Hulk (Vol. 4) #9

Ray was the assistant of Steve, the cameraman of the kitchen webshow Only Cake who, to make a lot of money, poured a mutagen compound into the cake prepared by the star of the program Oliver Constantin that turned it into a monstrous being, even though Ray was not completely 'agreement.[79]


Raymond (Earth-616) from Defenders Vol 1 123 001 Appearances: Defenders #123

Raymond was a boy from Leonia, the town where Vision and Wanda went to live, and together with his friends they tried to snoop around the couple's house and answering his friend, who wondered if by chance they were facing super-villains at inside, that they were probably just like any other when the Quinjet with the Defenders inside abruptly landed and their attention immediately spilled over to the new arrivals.[80]

Raymond (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 546 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #546

Raymond was a drug dealer who went to a F.E.A.S.T. center looking for Freak, but instead he found May Parker who with a subterfuge managed to get him to donate money for the center.[81]


Rayner (Earth-616) from Hawkeye Kate Bishop Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Hawkeye: Kate Bishop #5

Mr. Rayner was Susan Bishop's chauffeur. He took the Bishop sisters in their car to the Bishop Manor after they fled the destruction of the Chapiteau Resort.[82]


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

Layla's younger sister, Rayshella was charmed by Conan and approached him out on the balcony, but she ran quickly back to her home as soon as Baron Vjerzak appeared down the street.[83]


Razia (Earth-616) from Ms. Marvel Beyond the Limit Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Ms. Marvel: Beyond the Limit #1

Mentions: Ms. Marvel: Beyond the Limit #3

Razia was Kamala Khan's cousin and was a researcher at the University of Chicago. She was working on a Polchinski Box to create stable wormholes when she was attacked by a stranger to steal the Box, but the theft was prevented by the rushing Kamala as Ms. Marvel who also ensured the health of her cousin.[84]


Reaper (The Huns) (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 259 0001 Appearances: Captain America #259

Reaper was one of the members of The Huns, a biker gang based outside Saugerties in the New York state.[85]


Rebecca (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 3 13 001 Appearances: Iron Man (Vol. 3) #13

Rebecca was one of Dr. Basel's controlled assistants at the Basel Stress Clinic.[86]

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

While visiting the Statue of Liberty under a heavy rain, Rebecca and her 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 Rebecca and her family after Rebecca's mother sobered him a little making him look carefully at her children and the father of her children.[87]

No Image Female Appearances Bloodline: Daughter of Blade #1, Voice: Crypt of Shadows (Vol. 3) #1

Rebecca was a friend of Brielle Brooks who, on Halloween, contacted her by phone telling her that she had promised to go to a party with her.[69]


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

Red was a racing racketeer and one of Blackie Ross's henchman who helped to trick the Human Torch into a trap before the Torch broke their racket.[88]

Red (Earth-616) from Captain America Comics Vol 1 9 0001 Appearances: Captain America Comics #9

Red was a henchman of the Black Talon. They aided him in his crimes when he killed various rival artists.[89]

Red (Earth-616) from Rawhide Kid Vol 1 17 001 Appearances: Rawhide Kid #17

Red was a member of a stagecoach robbery gang, unfortunately for him and the gang in a robbery attempt they stumbled upon a stagecoach with the Rawhide Kid as a passenger who easily eliminated the gang.[90]

Red (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 2 31 0001 Appearances: Thor (Vol. 2) #31

Red and his wife Charlene, from San Antonio, were on vacation in New York and met Thor on the street. Approaching Red asked if they could have an autograph since they had made that trip in hopes of meeting an Avenger.[91]


Reddick (Earth-616) from Invincible Iron Man Vol 5 10 001 Appearances: Invincible Iron Man (Vol. 5) #9, Invincible Iron Man (Vol. 5) #10, Invincible Iron Man (Vol. 5) #11, Invincible Iron Man (Vol. 5) #13

Mr. Reddick was the butler of the Hellfire Club in Manhattan.[92]


Reed (Earth-616) from Fear Itself The Home Front Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Fear Itself: The Home Front #5

Reed was the mayor of Bleachville who summoned the chief of the Navajo reservation and tells him that his village would broke if they did not conclude the contract to build a wind farm that went against an offer made to the reservation. He plotted against the Navajo to the point of having the same sheriff of the village killed in order to put the blame on them and have exclusive rights to the contract.[93]


Reeder (Earth-616) from Force Works Vol 1 13 001 Appearances: Force Works #13

Reeder was one of the guards of the Vault, who was confronted by the escaping Starstealth.[94]


Reese (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 97 001 Appearances: X-Men #97

Reese was a Starcore jet pilot who was saved from Havok's attack at JFK Airport by Nightcrawler.[95]


Reeves (Earth-616) from Rampaging Hulk Vol 2 6 001 Appearances: Rampaging Hulk (Vol. 2) #4, Rampaging Hulk (Vol. 2) #5, Rampaging Hulk (Vol. 2) #6

Major Reeves was sent by the Pentagon to Gamma Base,[96] to provide a full evaluation report on the Base.[97] Reeves claimed the Pentagon was unhappy with the lack of progress Gamma Base had had; Gamma Base Major Talbot showed Reeves proof of several highlights they had, including a cell that had contained the Hulk[96] and another Gamma mutate they were keeping and studying, Ravage;[98] Talbot also was diplomatic talking about Reeves' alternative approach, while Gamma Base commander, General Ross, believed Reeves was a pencil-pusher who know nothing about their work,[96] so Ross purposely did not tell Reeves about other visitors, claiming the meeting was only for the Base's chief. Reeves then[96] had the Pentagon assign him to Gamma Base, permanently and indefinitely, and started a plan[98] he had previously suggested to Talbot: Wait for Hulk to turn into Banner, then shoot Banner's dead.[96] A freelance informant from Lost Mesa Reservation, Crazy Fox, told Reeves' people that Hulk had been seen there, then Reeves sent a sniper to kill Banner. Only after the action, he told Ross and Talbot, to mobilize a gamma-retrieval squad and morgue unit. Ross was enraged at the open murder and said he'd ensure Reeves was court-martialed, but Reeves was sure Washington would still condecorate Reeves for his success. When they arrived, they discovered that Hulk had survived. Aghast, Reeves ordered his soldiers to shoot, even at risk of hitting civilians.[98] After that, possibly Ross had Reeves court-martialed as promised.


Reg (Scotland Yard) (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 253 001 Appearances: Captain America #253, Captain America #254

Reg was a member of the Metropolitan Police Service who escorted Inspector Sweeney and Captain America tin the Tower of London.[99]
He agreed to look for Baron Blood around Falsworth Manor.[100]

Reg (London) (Earth-616) from Excalibur Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Excalibur #1

Reg was one of the hostage takers who were confronted and defeated by Excalibur.[101]

Reg (Scotland) (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 81 001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #81

Reg and Daphne were attacked on their speedboat by Cyber.[102]


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

Police Commissioner of Coast City.[103]


Reggie (Earth-616) from Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 259 001 Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #259

Reggie and Katie Mae were a pair of popular talk show hosts who interviewed Norman Osborn when he released his autobiography.[104]

Reggie (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 373 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #373

Reggie was a security guard at a specialized containment facility tasked with guarding Venom who was being held behind a sound barrier. When his colleague Perkins tortured Venom, Reggie disagreed by regretting the torture and asking Eddie if he was okay. When Venom broke free, after killing Perkins, he left Reggie alive only making him pass out, because he had shown kindness to him.[105]

Reggie (Paralegal) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 2 3 001 Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 2) #3

Reggie was Matt Murdock's paralegal at the Nelson and Murdock Law Office.[106]

Reggie (Broxton) (Earth-616) from Invincible Iron Man Vol 2 25 001 Appearances: Invincible Iron Man (Vol. 2) #25

Reggie alerted Tony Stark of Thor's arrival.[107]

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

Charles Xavier met Reggie at a bar in a remote Kenyan crossroad town.[108]

Reggie (Exchange) (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 9 6 001 Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 9) #6

A member of the Exchange, Reggie was killed by the Punisher in North Creek.[109]

Reggie (Earth-616) from Ghost Rider Kushala Infinity Comic Vol 1 6 001 Appearances: Ghost Rider: Kushala Infinity Comic #6

Reggie was the late lover of Olivia Obtera and the father of their daughter Heather Rae. Olivia, possessed by the spirit of her ancestor Kushala, traveled to the Fifth Dimension where she met her royal spirit who told her to save their little daughter from Dr. Doom's clutches.[110]

Reggie (Earth-616) from Silk Vol 4 1 001 Appearances: Silk (Vol. 4) #1

Reggie helped influencer Lucas Young capture him with his smartphone during the foray into the museum where ancient Korean artifacts were on display.[111]


Regina (Earth-616) from Spectacular Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 9 001 Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #9

Regina was a friend of Mary Jane Watson-Parker.[112]

No Image Female Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #38 (Mentioned)

Regina was an artist represented by Bone Marrow Management. At one point she was, along with Genetics, one of the two biggest acts in the company, her songs having been quickly progressing in the Billboard Top 100. When Michael Berengetti asked Bone Marrow director Mr. Gruska to book artist Brian Newman for a performance in the Coliseum Casino, Gruska instead suggested Regina, as Newman was famously unapproachable.[113]


Reginald (Earth-616) from Marvel Feature Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Marvel Feature #3

Inexplicably, Reginald couldn't stop watching the Astro-Nuts television program, featuring Xemnu.[114]

Reginald (Oracle) (Earth-616) from Namor, the Sub-Mariner Annual Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Namor, the Sub-Mariner Annual #1

Reginald was employed in the Oracle Inc. as Mr. McKenzie's chauffeur.[115]


Rei (Minoru) (Earth-616) from A-Force Vol 2 2 001 Appearances: A-Force (Vol. 2) #2

Rei was the cousin of Nico Minoru. During her wedding in Tokyo, Japan, Singularity teleported in with Medusa and She-Hulk in search of Nico. They were then quickly attacked by Antimatter.[116]


Reich (Earth-616) from Elektra Assassin Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Elektra: Assassin #1, Elektra: Assassin #3

United States Ambassador Reich in San Concepcion supported political leader Carlos Huevos, and went to his funeral when he was assassinated. Suspecting he was tainted by the stench of the Beast, Elektra broke into the embassy to kill him, but she was suddenly attacked and failed.[117]
Reich then met with United States presidential candidate Ken Wind and managed to transfer the Beast into him, before being killed by Elektra.[118]

Reich (Earth-616) from Iron Man 2.0 Vol 1 10 001 Appearances: Iron Man 2.0 #10

Reich, a DARPA agent, told Kaylie Harrison how they had taken in a young genius with criminal tendencies called Alan Palmer, and made him work for them and changed his name to Palmer Addley. At the end of their talk, Reich suddenly kissed Kaylie of hers and at her reaction he told her he didn't know what was wrong with him, unaware that he had infected Kaylie with Addley's virus.[119]


Reilly (Earth-616) from Punisher War Zone Vol 1 23 001 Appearances: Punisher: War Zone #23

Reilly was one of the many criminals who confronted the Punisher at the Manhattan Tower.[120]


Reinholdt (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

Reinholdt requisitioned the computer files and equipment expropriated from Dr. Octopus' lab to let Moretti replicate Doctor Octopus' Tentacles.[121]
Reinholdt was then killed by the Sinister Six when they stormed the government top-secret facility to retrieve Dr. Octopus' legacy.[122]


Reis (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 202 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #202

Reis was one of Lorenzo Jacobi's henchmen.[123]


Remmick (Earth-616) from Red She-Hulk Vol 1 60 001 Appearances: Red She-Hulk #60

Remmick was a Project Echelon-trained superhuman.[124]


No Image Male Mentioned: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #25

Renaldo was the doorman of the building where Nicholas Powell's apartment was located. Hearing a ringing at his door and waiting for no one, Powell assumed that Renaldo had brought in one of his many lady friends.[125]


Renard (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 410 0001 Appearances: Captain America #409, Captain America #410

Renard was a pilot who worked for the Red Skull. He piloted a modified helicopter that carried members of the Skeleton Crew who were unable to fly with their own vehicles.[126]


Rex (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 634 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #634

Rex was the lion of the Central Park Zoo. Seeing that Rex was reluctant to eat and acting strangely, two zookeepers wondered if their colleague Foster had messed up the animal feeding program again.[127]


Reynald (Earth-616) from Marc Spector Moon Knight Vol 1 13 001 Appearances: Marc Spector: Moon Knight #13

Wanji and Reynald were two soldiers members of General B'kosa's Burundan resistence against dictator Bushman. They were assigned to watch the road leading from the Arbiza Plain to their secret campment. As Wanji had fallen aslept, Reynald woke him up when a truck approached; they checked the vehicle and saw that nobody was driving (the wheel and pedals had been rigged), but three tied-up poachers and their gear were in the back; one of them (either Wanji or Reynald) considered that a supernatural being may have caused this mishap). They found that American superhero Moon Knight was responsible; Moon Knight overpowered both soldiers easily, then told them that he wanted to gift the prisoners, the truck and the equipment to General B'kosa and join his forces. Wanji and Reynald took him to the camp.[128]


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

Reynardo was a member of the elite Bosqueverdan military unit Red Condors.[129] When General Carranza hired them to protect his comfortable "prison" in Sierra Angeles from vigilante Francis Castle, he combed the jungle with his teammates.[13] The Punisher knocked down Reynardo, using his radio to attract the others, and tied up a blindfolded Reynardo to use him as a bait for the others. He shot Reynardo on the shoulder and on the leg to taunt the others to make a move, which led to Condor Tico revealing himself and being killed. Reynardo asked for his partners' help, but the Punisher killed them all one by one; although it is unclear whether Reynardo survived.[129]


Reynolds (Earth-616) from Sensational Spider-Man Vol 1 0 001 Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man #0

Reynolds was a security guard at the Neural Port Complex. During his night shift to video surveillance Reynolds noticed an alarm on the first perimeter defense screen and then sent his colleague Earl to check.[130]

Mrs. Reynolds (Earth-616) from Sentry Fallen Sun Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Sentry: Fallen Sun #1

Sentry's mother was visited by Thor in her nursing home when Robert died.[131]


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Rezek (Earth-616) from Conan the Barbarian Vol 1 166 001 Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #166

Rezek and his partner chose Fafnir for the yearly challenge of champions, assuming the one-armed man would be no match for Gargantax, and thus no threat to Mort-Pointard's rule. Fafnir learned that he was picked for this reason, but his pride and his anger drove him to fight anyway.[132]


Reznor (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 2 44 001 Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 2) #44

Connecticut Detective Reznor arrested and interrogated Matt Murdock about the murder of Uri Rosenthal.[133]


Rhee (Earth-616) from Journey Into Mystery Vol 1 516 0001 Appearances: Journey Into Mystery #516

Prof. Rheed was a scientist who produced the Wild Tiger drug for the Wild Tiger Mob and after seeing his colleague Prof. Chiang killed because he told Ling-Xiao that it took 5 hours for the production of the drug, he was terrified and she told him that the drug would be ready in 2 hours.[134]


Rhett (616) from Knights of Pendragon Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Knights of Pendragon #2

Rhett worked for Jan Van Ocken in Tsavo, Kenya and was involved in poaching elephants.[135]


Rhonda (Moon's Hollow) (Earth-616) from Spider-Woman Vol 5 7 001 Appearances: Spider-Woman (Vol. 5) #7, Spider-Woman (Vol. 5) #8

Rhonda is Stiletto's former girlfriend, who moved to Moon's Hollow and was put in charge of the day care.[136]


Ricardo (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 333 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #333

Ricardo was one of Flash Thompson's boxing students.[137]


Rich (Earth 616) from Ms. Marvel Special Storyteller 1 1 page 15 Appearances: Ms. Marvel Special: Storyteller #1, Ms. Marvel Special #1

A teenager who somehow became friends with Gavin, liking his powers to broadcast stories, making them real.[138]
He later came to be afraid of him, when Gavin abducted him for weeks, and forced him to play with him in the realities he created. Ms. Marvel finally saved him and gave him back to his parents.[139]


Brother Richard (Earth-616) from Peter Parker Spider-Man Vol 1 34 0001 Appearances: Peter Parker: Spider-Man #34, Peter Parker: Spider-Man #38

Brother Richard was a monk who lived in a monastery where a mutant orphan whose powers were detrimental to himself found refuge. When the mutant, now a man named Williams, fled the monastery, Brother Richard sought Spider-Man's help to save Williams, but despite the hero's intervention, William died anyway.[140]
A few days later, Brother Richard, aboard his Monkmobile, accepted a car challenge against the Mean Mimes, but his car paid the price.[141]

Richard (Chichen Itza) (Earth-616) from Hulk Vol 2 53 001 Appearances: Hulk (Vol. 2) #53

Richard was a tourist that visited the Chichen Itza site that was consumed by Ixchel.[78]

Richie (Richard Dumbrowski)[]

Richie (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 302 0001 Appearances: Captain America #302

Richie was a member of a crew that looked after Captain America's motorcycle.[142]

While living in Brooklyn Heights, Captain America stored the motorcycle in a service garage operated by Richard Dumbrowski.

Richie from Mighty Thor Vol 1 409 Appearances: Mighty Thor #409

Richie and his partner Georgie were two burglars provided hi-tech equipment by Doctor Doom, as part of an elaborate ruse to steal Mjolnir.[143]

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

Richie was a hot dog vendor who witnessed Spider-Man fighting against Iron Man.[144]

Richie (Thief) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 508 001 Appearances: Daredevil #508

Richie was a thief who was confronted and knocked out by Daredevil.[145]


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

Rick was a journalist who witnessed the X-Men battle the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants out of the Capitol Building.[146]

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

Rick was of the looters arrested by the West Coast Avengers.[147]

Rick (Earth-616) from Power Man and Iron Fist Vol 1 113 0001 Appearances: Power Man and Iron Fist #113

Rick was a guard at Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S. and came across the body of a fellow guard along with his partner. He walked away feeling suddenly ill but the corpse came back to life and attacked him.[148]

Rick (Manager) (Earth-616) from Avengers Academy Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Avengers Academy #5, Inhumanity: The Awakening #1

Mentioned: Avengers Academy #23

Rick was an agent hired by Brandon Sharpe's mother to pursue his acting career, but when Rick attempted to sexually abuse Brandon, Brandon unconsciously used his powers for the first time by electrocuting Rick and thus killing him.[149]

Rick (Earth-616) from Fear Itself Vol 1 7 001 Appearances: Fear Itself #1, Fear Itself #4, Fear Itself #6, Fear Itself: The Home Front #7, Fear Itself #7,

James was in his father Rick's arms when the Serpent's hammers fell on Earth, and he asked his father what all those strange lights were.[150]
He was among the citizens who witnessed Thor leave Broxton.[151]
Rick later saw Fortress Null approaching Broxton.[152]
James with his mother Danielle took refuge in the school during the assault on the Thule Society. Her husband Rick joined them after helping some citizens, but quickly told Danielle that he was going to help Captain America.[153] Rick helped Captain America in the defence of Broxton. When the crisis was over, Rick returned to Danielle and James and they resumed their quiet lives in Broxton.[154]


Ricky (Podunk Slam) (Earth-616) from Marvel Fanfare Vol 1 38 0001 Appearances: Marvel Fanfare #38

An old man to whom the Mask of Death by Koala Mumba guaranteed youth along with four other men to the detriment of various teenagers without their knowledge. They were forced to become members of the very successful boy-band among the teenagers of the Podunk Slam by Mr. Appletree, the one who had made them rejuvenate using the mask. But when Moon Knight showed them what was happening to their fans, they all gave up their success and youth by destroying the mask.[155]

Ricky (Earth-616) from New Excalibur Vol 1 24 Appearances: New Excalibur #24

Ricky was a British mutant who was depowered by the Decimation and he accepted Albion's offer to become one of his Shadow-Captains in exchange for power.
During the all-out melee between Excalibur and their allies and Albion's forces, Ricky tried to attack Shadow Iceman with his sword, and soon found his sword arm and them his entire body frozen solid for his efforts. Shadow Iceman then shattered and killed Ricky.[156]

Big Ricky (Earth-616) from Venom Dark Origin Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Venom: Dark Origin #5

Big Ricky was a Regency Limo driver who was killed by Venom.[157]


Rico (Earth-616) from Vampire Tales Vol 1 8 0001 Appearances: Vampire Tales #8

He met Bernardo Latta just out of prison outside a bar in the village and asked him for some money in memory of his friendship with his father but Bernardo dismissed him in a bad way.[158]

Rico (Gipsy) (Earth-616) from Amazing High Adventure Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Amazing High Adventure #2

Rico was a Gypsy boy whose sister read the hand of a French officer of the Napoleonic army, but when the officer tried to take advantage of the girl a fight broke out where the uncle of the two boys was killed and to prevent the officer from attacking his sister he threw himself at him, wounding him slightly on the hand but severing the life-line so that the officer died instantly.[159]

Rico (Mobster) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 299 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #299

Rico was a gangster who belonged to the Salvatore Buchetto family and was among those who witnessed the masterful performance of Matt Murdock with billiards.[160]

Rico (Silvereye) (Earth-616) from Blade Vampire Hunter Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Blade: Vampire Hunter #1

Rico was a member of Silverfang, Silvereye's elite assault force, trained and equipped to tackle and eliminate the vampire problem.[161]

Rico (Earth-616) from X-Men Unlimited Vol 1 32 001 Appearances: X-Men Unlimited #32

Rico was a gang member who wanted to take revenge on Thomas for stealing his Colombian shipment; he chased him into a church, but he was caught and defeated by Nightcrawler.[162]

Rico (Earth-616) from Peter Parker Spider-Man Vol 1 43 0001 Appearances: Peter Parker: Spider-Man #43

Rico was a singer who was called for the Spring Break festivals where Spider-Man also took part.[163]

Rico (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Extra! Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Spider-Man: Brand New Day — Extra! #1

Rico was a boy who knew Joseph as a young man and bullied him insulting him with the name of Hammerhead but was himself the first victim of Joseph a few years later.[164]

Rico (Pimp) (Earth-616) from AXIS Carnage Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: AXIS: Carnage #1

Rico was a pimp to whom Carnage cut his hand convinced that he was attacking a girl he had previously saved from an assailant but who was actually a prostitute of Rico.[165]

Rico (Earth-616) from Elektra Vol 5 1 0001 Appearances: Elektra (Vol. 5) #1

Rico was a henchman of Jasper who was killed by Elektra with four shuriken in the back.[166]


Ridge (Reporter) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Black & White Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Daredevil Black & White #1

Mr. Ridge was a Daily Record reporter who was accused of being a serial killer.[167]


Rigby (Earth-616) from Giant-Size Chillers Featuring Curse of Dracula Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Giant-Size Chillers Featuring Curse of Dracula #1

Miss Rigby was Lord Henry's secretary.[168]


Rio (Earth-616) from The Variants Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: The Variants #1, The Variants #3

Rio was the owner of the Coffee Shop of which Jessica Jones was a regular customer. Rio confided in a variant Jessica that he could not pay protection to Hammerhead, and when the criminal and his men showed up to be paid, Jessica easily defeated them and showed Rio that it wasn't really Hammerhead, but an imposter exploiting the name of the gangster.[169] Some time later, Rio was again threatened by the fake Hammerhead who brought Bruto the Strongman from Circus of Crime with him just as he entered the Rio bar Jessica Jones with three alternate versions of his that put the aspiring crime boss on the run.[170]

Notes: A version of Rio existed on Earth-TRN987, as that world's Jessica Jones recognized Rio.[169]


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

Rip 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.[171]


Ripley (Earth-616) from Punisher Summer Special Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Punisher Summer Special #3

Ripley was a member of the Psycho-Cops, a band of deranged pleasure killers who modified conventional paintball guns and fired ball bearings instead of paintballs. Ripley was killed by the Punisher when he made his napalm magazine explode.[172]


Ripper (Bodybaggers) (Earth-616) from Punisher Summer Special Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Punisher Summer Special #3

Ripper was the Bodybaggers' leader. He allied with the Punisher to fight the Psycho-Cops.[172]


Rita from Black Widow Vol 3 5 001 Appearances: Black Widow (Vol. 3) #2, Black Widow (Vol. 3) #5, & Black Widow (Vol. 3) #6

Rita was a waitress at the Santa Fe Dominion Hotel in New Mexico.[173] Kestrel became infatuated with her and often travelled to the hotel while on assignment, and eventually they became lovers.[174]

Rita (Earth-616) from Alpha Flight Vol 4 6 001 Appearances: Alpha Flight (Vol. 4) #0.1, Alpha Flight (Vol. 4) #6

Rita was an assistant to Dr. Michael Twoyoungmen in the operating room at the Grand Lac Victoria Indian Settlement Hospital.[175]
Rita si ribellò al regime di Unity in Canada e seguì Michael al rifugiò segreto di Alpha Flight tra le Saint Elias Mountains. Rita lì si occupava di curare le ferite dei membri di Alpha Flight di ritorno dalle loro sortite.[176]


Rivyksen (Earth-616) from Human Torch Vol 3 10 0001 Appearances: Human Torch (Vol. 3) #10

Rivyksen was one of two Knights who Shyla ordered him to follow her to capture the Human Torch.[177]


Rizzo (Earth-616) from Moon Knight Vol 1 38 001 Appearances: Moon Knight #38

Rizzo was a police officer for the Chicago Police Department. He arrived to Reuben Davis's Apartment after the events that led to the reanimation of the corpse of Elias Spector and battle between Moon Knight and Zohar. His partner made a comment upon their arrival that he’d prefer to wait for the dicks to arrive.[178]

Riz (Earth-616) from U.S.Agent Vol 2 1 0001 Appearances: U.S.Agent (Vol. 2) #1

Rizzo was an agent of the O.N.E. which was assigned by Valerie Cooper in the Omaha, Nebraska office. To upset Cooper for assigning him to that office, he sent Cooper's preferred agent, U.S. Agent, active at the site of the Virago site attack.[179]


Roach (Hoodlum) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 242 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #242

Roach was one of the hoodlums who attempted to harass the Thing in Central Park.[180]


Roach-Face (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 83 001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #83

Roach-Face was defeated by Albert.[181]


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

Rob 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.[171]


Sergeant Robbey (Earth-616) from Patsy Walker Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Patsy Walker #2

Sergeant Robbey was a war hero that moved to Centerville where he taught chemistry and coached the girls' basketball team.[182]


Robbie (Earth-616) from Deadpool Vol 4 6 001 Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #6

Robbie was a punk kid who found Deadpool washed ashore in Newport Beach.[183]

Robbie (Earth-616) from Carnage, U.S.A. Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Carnage, U.S.A. #1

Robbie, a resident of the town of Doverton, Colorado, is picked up by the town's policemen completely drunk to take him home.[42]

Robbie (Earth-616) from Devil's Reign Villains for Hire Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Devil's Reign: Villains for Hire #1

Robbie was a member of the terrorist group Humanity Liberation Movement and was among those who participated in the assault on the Met Gala but the assault was opposed by Mayor Fisk's Thunderbolts and Robbie was killed by Taskmaster.[184]


Robbin (Earth-616) from Dazzler Vol 1 34 001 Appearances: Dazzler #34

Robbin was a model working for Millie's Models. She was the second model to vanish during the show for Doug Scruggs at the Los Angeles Sheraton.[185]


Robbins (Indian Agent) (Earth-616) from Two-Gun Kid Vol 1 27 0001 Appearances: Two-Gun Kid #27

Robbins was the Indian agent who tried to bring a second herd of cattle to the Cheyenne reserve after the first had been robbed but during the attempt Robbins was killed by the men of Captain Baird who tried to get the Cheyenne tribe to go away and then take possession of the earth where there were strands of gold.[186]

Robbins (Earth-616) from Patsy Walker Vol 1 106 Appearances: Patsy Walker #106, Miss America #93

Mr. Robbins is a postal carrier in Centerville, California. He is likely related to Ronald "Ronnie" Robbins.[187][188]

Mrs. Robbins (Earth-616) from Daredevil Annual Vol 1 6 0001 Appearances: Daredevil Annual #6

Mrs. Robbins was the wife of the corrupt policeman Paul Robbins and assisted him on his death bed while she was simultaneously arguing with his lover.[189]

Robbins (Earth-616) from Force Works Vol 1 13 001 Appearances: Force Works #13

Robbins was one of the guards of the Vault, who warned Warden Eric Jzemlico that they had been locked out of the Vault's security management system.[94]


Robert (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 86 0001 Appearances: Daredevil #86

A newscaster, speaks in a television newscast about Daredevil's recent war on crime, and immediately after passes the line to the correspondent Michi Taylor to comment on the party made by socialite Raymond Carter in honor of his two friends Matt Murdock and Karen Page[190]

Robert (Mr. Six) (Earth-616) from Zombie Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Zombie #2, Tales of the Zombie #1, & Zombie #5

Robert was Mr. Six's chauffeur.[10]
He drove him out to the court building.[191]
Robert was eventually killed by the Zombie.[192]

Robert (Earth-616) from Spider-Woman Vol 1 46 0001 Appearances: Spider-Woman #46

Robert was Wilson Fisk's driver and henchman. When Fisk and Spider-Woman were arguing in his limousine, Robert tried to draw his gun but Spider-Woman easily stunned him with her Venom Blast.[193]

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

Robert was one of the five Crusader knights rendered almost immortal to protect the Spear of Destiny.[194]

Robert (Geraci) (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 3 8 0001 Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 3) #2, Punisher (Vol. 3) #3, Punisher (Vol. 3) #4, Punisher (Vol. 3) #8, Punisher (Vol. 3) #9

Robert was one of the most trusted henchmen of the Geraci Crime Family.[195]

Robert (Earth-616) from Emma Frost Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Emma Frost #4

Robert was the bouncer of a place reserved in Nice, on the French Riviera. He initially forbade Emma Frost from entering the club because she couldn't prove her age, but after she told him she knew of her amorous affair with his boss's wife he let her in.[196]

Robert (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Unlimited Vol 3 2 0001 Appearances: Spider-Man Unlimited (Vol. 3) #2

Robert was the director of the film on the fight against organized crime which saw Mary Jane Watson as the female protagonist.[197]

Robert (Earth-616) from Hercules Vol 3 1 0001 Appearances: Hercules (Vol. 3) #1, Hercules (Vol. 3) #2, Hercules (Vol. 3) #3, Hercules (Vol. 3) #4, Hercules (Vol. 3) #5

Robert was Gordon Allsworth's assistant director for the film about the adventures of Hercules.[198]

Robert (Earth-616) from Marvel Holiday Special Vol 1 2005 0001 Appearances: Marvel Holiday Special #2005

Robert was Harvey Elder's grandfather, and at Christmas he always dressed as a Santa for his nephew since Harvey was not accepted by people even as a child, including the malls Santas who didn't want him sitting on their laps.[199]

Robert (Singularity) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 579 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #579

Robert introduced Reed Richards to the Singularity 2010 conference in Golden, Colorado.[200]

Robert (Earth-616) from Silk Vol 2 17 0001 Appearances: Silk (Vol. 2) #17

Robert was one of the patients who benefited from New U, but who also suffered its relative cellular decay due to the signal triggered by Jackal to reduce the resurrected people to Carrion zombies.[201]


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

Roberta 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. The Foreigner had a bad opinion of Roberta, saying she announced her moves in martial arts and was dominated by her temper. With her partners Sheila and Sophia and their leader Maria, 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. Roberta told Chen that they'd later send her after Sable. 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 Shiela 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 Roberta and the other assassins. Sable then cashed the bounties for the four assassins.[202]


Roberts (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 51 001 Appearances: Daredevil #51, Daredevil #52

After the Plastoid attack, Dr. Roberts gave Daredevil some medical treatment; as he received his blood test results, showing presence of radioactive particles, he ordered to call the police in order to find DD and administer him the essential antidote.[203]
Escorted by the police and D.A. Franklin Nelson, Robert found Daredevil in Matt Murdock's Apartment, and surprisingly noticed that the radioactive particles were gone, thanks to an open wound in DD's hand, which made them flow away.[204]

Roberts (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 371 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #371

Mentions: Amazing Spider-Man #373

Dr. Roberts tells Peter Parker that Max Young had fled the asylum along with other patients for a month already, and had been kept quiet to avoid panic, and would have reported him if he broke the news.[205]
After freeing the patients who were being held captive and exploited by Alistaire Smythe, they returned to the asylum and Dr. Robert told Peter that they would receive special counseling.[105]


Robin (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Road Trip Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Fantastic Four: Road Trip #1

Robin was with the Grand Canyon Park service. She picked up a fainted Johnny Storm and carried him to the cabin where the Richards were having a vacation.[206]


Robinson (Earth-616) from Doctor Strange Vol 2 77 001 Appearances: Doctor Strange (Vol. 2) #77

Dr. Robinson was a colleague of Stephen Strange who worked at Lenox Hill Medical Center.[207]


Robinow (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 3 4 001 Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 3) #4

Mr. Robinow was taught by Matthew Murdock how to represent himself in court.[37]

Robo-Commander Seven[]

Robo-Commander Seven (Earth-616) from Mighty Avengers Vol 2 5.INH 001 Appearances: Mighty Avengers (Vol. 2) #5.INH

This Spiderling participated in a battle with Luke Cage and Jessica Jones. He was the one who defeated Cage. Like the rest of the participants, Robo-Commander Seven was fired.[208]


Rocco (Hammerhead) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 70 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #8, Spider-Man #70

Rocco was one of the inmates who led the prison riot sparked by the Puppet Master.[209]
Some time later, he became one of Hammerhead's henchmen, and was hit by an explosive briefcase handed by Don Fortunato's men.[210]

Rocco (Construction Worker) (Earth-616) from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 49 001 Appearances: Tales of Suspense #49

Rocco and Charlie witnessed the Angel steal some T.N.T. and fly away with it.[211]

Rocco (Purifiers) (Earth-616) from Marvel Graphic Novel Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Marvel Graphic Novel #5, X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills Extended Cut #1

Rocco was one of the Purifiers who kidnapped the X-Men by ambushing their car as it drove through Central Park, then replacing them with burnt corpses that would be misidentified. He next assisted Anne in spying upon the X-Mansion, during which they captured both Kitty Pryde and Illyana Rasputina, who had sabotaged some surveillance equipment they'd hidden on the grounds. When Kitty escaped the Purifiers' attempt to execute her in the Bronx, Rocco took over the hunt after a street gang injured Anne, eventually catching up to her aboard a subway. He was stopped from killing her and a police officer by the timely intervention of the X-Men and Magneto. He and his fellow Purifiers were then teleported by Nightcrawler to Riker's Island Prison.[212]


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

Rocko witnessed the Zombie walking by the docks.[191]


Rockwell (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 161 001 Appearances: Avengers #161, Avengers #162

Old man Rockwell from Cheery-O's Dude Ranch startled Two-Gun Kid, as he was using a lawnmower behind him.[213]
He later enjoyed a poker game with him and Clint Barton.[214]


Rocky (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 59 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #105, Avengers #59

Rocky and Al were caught during an attempted car theft by Hulk and Betty Ross. As the Hulk scared off the crooks, he began to change back into Bruce Banner. Taking advantage of this, Rocky took a shot at Bruce and they both fled away.[215]
Some time later, together with Big Eddie and Charlie, Rocky was caught stealing fur coats by Yellowjacket, who defeated them and delivered them to the police.[216]


Rod (Earth-616) from Punisher War Zone Vol 1 13 0001 Appearances: Punisher: War Zone #13

Rod served as Chicane County police officer. It was not revealed whether he also was a psychopath who had brainwashed or if he was a caretaker of Psychoville project.[217]


Roddy (Earth-616) from New Mutants Annual Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: New Mutants Annual #1

Roddy was the manager for Lila Cheney and became bothered by the presence of the New Mutants onstage before one of her concerts until she calmed him down.[218]

Roddy (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 80 001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #80

Roddy was an ambulance driver from Edinburgh who escaped from Cyber.[219]

Roddy (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 88.BEY 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #88.BEY

Roddy was an attorney for Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway, who represented Hobie Brown's crowdfunding business, Fairgray Pay. Following the company's sudden acquisition by the Beyond Corporation, Roddy explained the workings of the buy-out to Hobie.[220]


Roderick (Earth-616) from Fear Itself Deadpool Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Fear Itself: Deadpool #1

Mr. Roderick was a monster truck driver in whose vehicle Walrus inserted flaming bees inside the tank (convinced that they would detonate it) during one of his performances causing him to have a disastrous accident.[221]


No Image Male Mentions: 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. Ann Nocenti was also going to attend the party on Rodney's yacht, and had hoped to invite Steve Rogers with her after meeting him in the office where she worked.[222]

Rodney (Earth-616) from Marvel Fanfare Vol 1 59 0001 Appearances: Marvel Fanfare #59

During a visit to Patsy Walker's old hometown, Rodney was among those who accused Patsy of marrying an evil man and while Patsy was dancing with her husband, Rodney and other men present assaulted Daimon but was soundly beaten by him.[223]


Rodriquez (Earth-616) from Punisher Bloodlines Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Punisher Bloodlines #1

Rodriquez was a helicopter pilot who worked for Hector Ramone. Together with another Ramone's henchman they tried to kill the Punisher by shooting him from the top with the helicopter but the Punisher hit Rodriquez with precision while he was flying, killing him and causing the helicopter to crash.[224]

Rodriquez (Earth-616) from X-Men Fantastic Four Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: X-Men / Fantastic Four #1

Lieutenant Rodriquez was one of the astronauts who attended the docking operations of the Mars lander at space station Simulacra.[225]


Doctor Rogan (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 2 29 001 Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 2) #29

Dr. Rogan was Kingpin's personal physician for years and tended to him in his Upper West Side home after Fisk was stabbed. He strongly objected to Vanessa Fisk's decision to get her husband out of the country, fearing that the move would kill him.[226]


Roger from Fantastic Four Vol 1 15 0001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #15, Iron Man #48

Roger was an executive at General Electronics He noticed a magazine which had Reed Richards on the cover and decided to hire him. While Richards was working for the company he disagreed with Richard's unorthodox methods.[227]
Roger was apparently a Stark Industries stockholder.[228]

Roger (Earth-616) from Marvel Team-Up Annual Vol 1 7 001 Appearances: Marvel Team-Up Annual #7

Roger was a news anchor for a station in Albany, New York who reported on an encounter at a parking garage between members of the Fantastic Four, Black Panther, and Crimson Dynamo.[229]

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

Roger was a henchman of Doctor Octopus and was chatting with a fellow henchman while Octavius was training with a realistic android of Spider-Man and was convinced that he would never regain his composure until he fight the real Spider-Man again.[230]

Roger (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 1 001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #1

Roger was one of Banapur Khan's pirates.[231]

Roger (Fullerton) (Earth-616) from Avengers West Coast Vol 1 63 001 Appearances: Avengers: West Coast #63

Roger was a kid who was saved by the Human Torch from the Living Lightning in the vicinity of Fullerton.[232]

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

Only eight short miles outside Lubbock, Rog and Jack noticed a vehicle in trouble. While they were investigating the scene, the Lizard slithered on board their truck. The two truckers, who were working for 'Louisiana Leathers', were allegedly slaughtered by the villain near the Mississippi border.[233]

Roger (Earth-616) from Savage Avengers Vol 1 18 0001 Appearances: Savage Avengers #18, Deadpool: Invisible Touch Infinity Comic #2, Deadpool: Invisible Touch Infinity Comic #3

Roger was the Night Flyer's attorney. After going to the Bar with No Name following the fight against Knull's symbiotes, Night Flyer sent a message to Roger telling him to meet there and he agreed by bringing him what the Night Flyer had asked him.[234]
Later Roger became Spot's attorney with whom Deadpool, in secret collaboration with the Invisible Woman, inside the Bar with No Name convinced him to a meeting with Spot in Central Park.[235]
Roger accompanied Deadpool and the Invisible Woman to Central Park for the meeting with Spot and there Spot made his lawyer escape through one of his dimensional holes.[236]


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

Rogers was a diver who worked on a recovery ship and plunged to recover the assets that had sunk along with the Black Cross ship.[237]

Rogers (Earth-616) from Sub-Mariner Comics Vol 1 17 0001 Appearances: Sub-Mariner Comics #17

A jewelry smuggler who used the George-Larkin Fishery to smuggle jewels by hiding them in fish.[238]

Dr. Rogers (Earth-616) from Marvel Mystery Comics Vol 1 76 0001 Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #76

He was on the doctors' committee that he decided to deprive Dr. Bradley of his medical license because of his experiments and on which Bradley took revenge by killing him.[239]

Rogers (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 159 0001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #159

Rogers was one of mercenaries under the command of the Major hired by Mister X to attack Wolverine.[240]

Roger's Baby[]

Roger's Baby (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 4 12 0001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 4) #12

The unnamed, unborn child was killed along with the child's mother Carol during a fight between the Hulk and Wolverine. The baby's father Roger blamed Wolverine for the death, motivating him to later join the Red Right Hand to get revenge on Wolverine.[241]


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

Rogier was a gladiator who battled in Nova Roma's Julian Circus. He and his colleague, Falco, battled against Samuel Guthrie and Roberto Da Costa in the gladiatorial ring.


Rolfe (Earth-616) from Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 128 001 Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #128, Spectacular Spider-Man #228, Spider-Man: The Final Adventure #3

Rolfe introduced Mary Jane Watson to Tom Privitere.[242]
He took pictures of Mary Jane modeling for the Ryan line.[243]
She makes a photo shoot to Mary Jane for a line of maternity clothes pointing out to Mary Jane that she doesn't seem interested in the photo shoot.[244]


Rollie (Earth-616) from Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 27 0001 Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #27

Rollie was an enforcer for the ESI and was killed in an explosion within the ESI building while trying to capture Spider-Man and Lee Camino.[245]


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

Rollins was a member of Flint Marko's gang. When Marko ended up in prison, Rollins began an affair with Marko's girlfriend, but when Marko was released early from prison he caught them together by teaching Rollins a stern lesson.[246]

Rollins (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 9 001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #9

Rollins was hunted and killed by Wolverine for torturing and abusing a Canadian nun in Iraq.[247]


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

Rollo was a bartender, managing a working man's tavern. He was present when a long-time customer, "Cabbie", proposed a toast to the Fantastic Four and other heroes who had died during the recent Onslaught event in New York City, then watched a news broadcast on the TV about a new team of heroes, the Thunderbolts.[248]


Romhanyl (Earth-616) from Tales of Suspense Vol 2 1 001 Appearances: Tales of Suspense (Vol. 2) #1

Romhanyl worked mainly with the Basque separatists, supplying them information.[249]


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

Ron was a cameraman who filmed the X-Men confronting Reverend Stryker in the Madison Square Garden. As such, he broadcast Stryker's murderous actions such as throwing one of his own followers who had proven to be a latent mutant off the stage to her death, then attempting to shoot a teenaged girl who was among the X-Men.[212]

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

Ron was a young man who was friends with Harry and Liz Osborn and went to see them in the hospital with his girlfriend after their son was born.[250]

Ron (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 77 001 Appearances: Spider-Man #77

Ron was a member of the Friends of Humanity and confronted Peter Parker at the Empire State University.[251]

Ron (Wally and Molly's father) (Earth-616) from X-Factor Vol 3 21 0001 Appearances: X-Factor (Vol. 3) #23, X-Factor (Vol. 3) #24

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

Ron was the father of twins called Purity Singers, two children who spoke of a cult that exalted hatred especially towards mutants, and using a subterfuge conceived by the Isolationist, he feigned a feud with the in-laws for those who had to raise the twins.[252]

Ron (Earth-616) from Venom Vol 2 9 001 Appearances: Venom (Vol. 2) #9

Immediately after returning to human following his transformation into a giant spider due to the Spider-Island crisis, Ron was dressing in his security guard clothes when Hijacker with his armored vehicle ran over him killing him.[253]

Ron (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 6 32 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four (Vol. 6) #32

Ron was one of the operatives of U.L.T.I.M.A.T.U.M. who attacked a museum exhibit of Latverian artifacts. He specifically attempted to destroy the Bridal Helm of Doomstadt, but was stopped by Victorious.[254]


Doctor Ronald (Earth-616) from Deadpool Vol 4 900 001 Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #900

Doctor Ronald was killed by Deadpool for abusing a mentally unstable teenage girl.[255]


Ronnie (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 62 001 Appearances: Daredevil #62

Ronnie and his mother witnessed Daredevil's intervention to foil a robbery with Ronnie's mother flattering Daredevil while Ronnie pointing out to his mother that Daredevil hadn't caught the two robbers yet.[256]

Ronnie (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 298 001 Appearances: Incredible Hulk #298

Ronnie was a drunk party-Goer who encountered a raging Hulk. After Hulk's recent reformation, Ronnie underestimated the savagery of the Hulk and proposed a toast before being smacked aside by him.[257]

Ronnie (Earth-616) from Secret Avengers Vol 1 12.1 0001 Appearances: Secret Avengers #12.1

Ronnie was a helper of The Captain to whom he recorded his messages to be sent to the newspapers.[258]

Ronnie (Earth-616) from Symbiote Spider-Man Crossroads Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Symbiote Spider-Man: Crossroads #1

Ronnie was a guardian at the Natural History Museum who was mentally controlled by Moondark in his attempt to steal the museum, forcing him to go play in traffic. After being touched by a car, Ronnie snapped out of mind control, returned to the museum and knocked out Moondark with a taser.[259]


Ronny (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 165 001
Appearances: Incredible Hulk #165

Ronny was one of the children of the Under-Sea Men of Captain Omen.[260]


Rook (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 674 001
Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #674

Rook was the bouncer at The Wake when it was owned by the Vulture. He welcomed and let Angela Death and the other members of the Flock into their boss's office inside The Wake, telling him that he was waiting for them.[261]


Rooster (Earth-616) from Damage Control Vol 4 2 001
Appearances: Damage Control (Vol. 4) #2, Damage Control (Vol. 4) #5

Rooster was Mrs. Worley's cat whom she peddled as a Flerken]] who had devoured first her husband Henry and then her entire $80 million penthouse.[262] Rooster was later revealed to actually be a Flerken when he was shown using his tentacles to eat the symbiote Urinal Cake.[263]


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

The slightly mentally challenged Rorem was asked by Drasil to stab the bull into a blood frenzy, in order to kill Conan during his age ceremony. Conan managed to kill the bull, and when the deceit was discovered, Rorem was killed before Drasil's part in the plot can be revealed.[264]


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

Rosa was told by Doctor Strange the story of the Bottle Imp.[265]


Rosanne (Earth-616) from Marvel Fanfare Vol 2 3 001 Appearances: Marvel Fanfare (Vol. 2) #3

Rosanne was saved from the Wendigo by Spider-Man (Ben Reilly) and the Ghost Rider.[266]


Roscoe (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 6 36 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four #1, Fantastic Four (Vol. 6) #36

While they were tuning a car, Johnny told Roscoe that there was only one thing in the world that interested him more than cars, and when Roscoe asked him what it was, a number 4 sign popped up in the sky which Roscoe pointed out to Johnny and transformed into the Human Torch and flying off the car and melting it he exclaimed "this is it!"[267][268]

Roscoe (Thug) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 162 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #162

Roscoe was one of Jigsaw's henchmen who were defeated by the Spider-Man (Peter Parker) and the Punisher.[269]

Roscoe (Lowtown) (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 2 001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #2

Roscoe and Rufe attemped to get the Muramasa Blade from Jessica Drew and the Silver Samurai.[270]

Roscoe (Kid) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 333 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #333

Roscoe was one of Flash Thompson's boxing students.[137]

Roscoe (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 395 0001 Appearances: Captain America #394, Captain America #395

Roscoe was the bartender of the Bar with No Name to whom Black Mamba and Asp turned to for information.[271]
When some criminals identified Black Mamba and Asp with the intention of obtaining a reward from Superia, Roscoe reminded those present of the rules of the Bar at which Battleaxe replied that he was staying out of it.[272]


Rose (Earth-616) from Champions Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Champions #5

Rose suddenly began to shiver as Robert Drake was passing nearby.[273]

Rose (New York) (Earth-616) from Longshot Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Longshot #1

Rose and Ralph met Longshot when he first appeared in Upstate New York.[24]


Rosella (Earth-616) from Deadly Hands of Kung Fu Vol 1 1 002 Appearances: Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #1

Rosella was Bob Diamond's girlfriend and was present at the reception given by Bob in his house when a group of ninjas appeared and attacked him. Bob confronted them in the process which caused Rosella and the other guests to escape from the apartment.[274]


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

Rosetina was the wise old woman from the village of Nunavut where Snowguard had grown up. Amka went to her when there were kidnappings of children in the village by sea witches. Rosetina reminded Amka of her lineage as shamans and that she would be able to enlist the help of the Tuurngait to solve the Qalupalik problem.[275]


No Image Female Appearances: Uncanny Tales #46

Rosie was a friend of Tommy Pidgeon and together with other boys friends of Tommy they wanted to prepare a welcome party for Tommy's Uncle Pete, given that he had always been affable and helpful with the boys, but not knowing that Pete was a returning astronaut from an Outer Space mission and had to get used to Earth's gravity again.[276]

Rosie (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 3 50 001 Appearances: Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #50, Fantastic Four #557

Rosie hosted a charity bachelor auction attended by Tony Stark, Johnny Storm and Ben Grimm.[277]
Some time later, she helped Mister Fantastic assembling the Anti-Galactus Suit.[278]

Rosie (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 4 10 0001 Appearances: Iron Man (Vol. 4) #10

Held at the Alderston Federal Prison Camp for an unrevealed crime, she tried to get revenge for the death of her half-brother Robert Montoya who was killed in Mallen's terrorist attack at the FBI station in Houston by attempting to kill Maya Hansen also detained in the same prison[279]


Rossi (Earth-616) from Thor Vol 1 602 001 Appearances: Thor #602

Nurse Rossi assisted Dr. Jane Foster while she was treating Rose Chambers.[280]


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Rovlok (Earth-616) from Savage Sword of Conan Vol 1 205 001 Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #205

Rovlok served Baron Enri of Nemedia, he was a former suitor of Evlena. Jealous of Count Trocero, he gave her a magical ring, which forced her to attempt assassinating him. King Conan eventually discovered his plan and turned the ring against him, having him killed by a demon.[281]


Roxanne (Earth-616) from Marvel Comics Presents Vol 1 15 001 Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #10, Marvel Comics Presents #11, Marvel Comics Presents #12, Marvel Comics Presents #13, Marvel Comics Presents #14, Marvel Comics Presents #15, Marvel Comics Presents #16, Marvel Comics Presents #17

Roxanne was blindfolded and gagged by her husband when the Cold Warriors attacked their family.[282]


Roxie (Earth-616) from Emma Frost Vol 1 7 0001 Appearances: Emma Frost #7

Minor: Emma Frost #9

Roxie was a waitress in a restaurant and was tricked by Emma Frost into believing that she had regularly paid the bill for her lunch and had also received a hefty tip.[283]


No Image Male Appearances: Marvel Tales #136

During a game of cards with his friends Lester Ford and Frank, and since Lester had won all the hands, Roy told Lester that he had been kissed by Lady Luck that evening starting a disquisition about luck and Lady Luck where Frank insisted that luck had nothing to do with it and it was all a question of probabilities and variables.[284]

Roy from Patsy Walker Vol 1 107 0001 Appearances: Patsy Walker #107

Roy was one of the many suitors Patsy Walker briefly dated under the advice of her Aunt Liz.[285]

Roy (Earth-616) from Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 42 001 Appearances: Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #42, Spider-Woman (Vol. 3) #6

Roy and Earl were two night watchers who were ambushed and defeated by the Frightful Four when they came to Liberty Island in a bid lure Spider-Man.[286]
Many years later, Roy worked at the New York Museum of Anthropology with retired policeman Roger Sherman.[287]

Roy (Criminal) (Earth-616) from Spider-Woman Vol 1 27 Appearances: Spider-Woman #27

Roy and his partner broke into an apartment building in order to commit a robbery. The president of the Spider-Woman sorority at UCLA thought she could stop them and put on her Spider-Woman costume to confront them, but she was quickly overpowered. Roy then threw the girl off the rooftop, but she was saved by the real Spider-Woman, who went on to defeat both Roy and his partner.[288]

Roy (Earth-616) from Invincible Iron Man Vol 1 506 0001 Appearances: Invincible Iron Man #506, Invincible Iron Man #507

Marker was a member of the Hammer Battle Group, a group of men in armor under the command of Sasha Hammer. The Group traveled to Paris during the Fear Itself crisis to retrieve the Detroit Steel Armor and the body of Lt. Johnson and there they collided with the Grey Gargoyle possessed by Mokk.[289]
While recovering the Armor, they encountered Rescue in Paris and were about to attack her when Grey Gargoyle possessed by Mokk appeared, transforming one of the members of the Hammer Battle Group into a statue. During the battle, the three remaining members, given the difficulty in dealing with Mokk, withdrew, being accused by Sasha of being cowards.[290]

Roy from Ms. Marvel Vol 3 6 001 Appearances: Ms. Marvel (Vol. 3) #6

Roy owns a local comic book shop in Jersey City, which Kamala frequents.[291]

Roy (Earth-616) from Savage Avengers Vol 2 1 001 Appearances: Savage Avengers (Vol. 2) #1

Roy was a bartender where Dane Whitman was writing down his tragedies. When Dane, calling Roy by the name of George asked him to give him more drink, Roy corrected him by telling him his real name and that by now he had drunk enough and that he would not give him anything else.[292]


Rozum (Earth-616) from Damage Control Vol 4 1 001 Appearances: Damage Control (Vol. 4) #1

Bart Rozum's mother shows up at Damage Control headquarters where her son works to finally see what this workplace is like and embarrasses Bart with what he says. She took possession of the Reality Stone and then transforming into a monstrous being and confronted Thanos by defeating him.[293]


Ruben (Freeport) (Earth-616) from X-Men Children of the Atom Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: X-Men: Children of the Atom #1, X-Men: Children of the Atom #2

Ruben was a Freeport High School student who idolized William Metzger.[294]
He died after trying to kill Hank McCoy.[295]

Ruben (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 3 9 001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 3) #9

An henchman of Angelica Rojas, Ruben was cut by Logan.[296]


Rubens (Earth-616) from Blade Vol 3 1 001 Appearances: Blade (Vol. 3) #1

Mrs. Rubens was Susan Vandermeer's neighbor.[297]


Rubin (Earth-616) from District X Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: District X #4

Rubin was the cousin of Absolon Mercator. When both of them were kids, Rubin was bullied by a boy older than him who forcing dirt into his mouth until his cousin Absolon intervened touching the boy and with his powers turned him inside out.[298]


Ruby (Earth-616) from Moon Knight Black, White & Blood Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Moon Knight: Black, White & Blood #2

Ruby was the owner and waitress of Ruby's diner, where Mister Knight stopped for dinner and rest after an evening of clashes with criminals.[299]


Rudolfo (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 99 001 Appearances: Avengers #99

Rudolfo was a yugoslavian traveling caravan owner whose circus troupe was joined by Hercules and Hawkeye.[300]


Miss Rudolph (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 304 0001 Appearances: Captain America #304

Miss Rudolph was the personal secretary for Obadiah Stane at the Long Island headquarters of Suane International.[301]


Rudy from She-Hulk Vol 2 4 001 Appearances: She-Hulk (Vol. 2) #4

An older citizen of Bone who recalled the Hulk destroying the town.[302]


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

Rufe and Roscoe attempted to get the Muramasa Blade from Jessica Drew and the Silver Samurai.[270]


Rufus (Earth-616) from X-Force Vol 6 15 0001 Appearances: X-Force (Vol. 6) #15

Rufus was a rescue dog that Domino kept with him on Krakoa. He was devoured by the entity born of Krakoa.[303]


Ruiz (Dos Soles Cartel) (Earth-616) from Punisher Vol 10 3 0001 Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 10) #3

Ruiz was a member of the Dos Soles drug cartel, who was interrogated by the Punisher about the location of the chemical weapons fabricated by the Dos Soles cartel.[304]

Ruiz (Earth-616) from Red Wolf Vol 2 3 Appearances: Red Wolf (Vol. 2) #3

Ruiz was an inmate who was arrested and sentenced to life in prison.[305]


Ruslan (Earth-616) from Amazing Fantasy Vol 3 1 0001 Appearances: Amazing Fantasy (Vol. 3) #1

Ruslan was a soldier on guard at the Black Widow Ops Program training center. After hearing a noise, caused by Natasha's escape from the center, he alarmed his fellow soldier on guard with him who reassured him that there was nothing to worry about.[306]


Russ (Counter-Earth) (Earth-616) from Warlock Vol 1 7 001 Appearances: Warlock #7

Russ believed Adam Warlock was a national menace.[307]

Russ (Earth-616) from Marvel Two-In-One Vol 1 88 001 Appearances: Marvel Two-In-One #88

Russ and Ed were two truck drivers who worked for Pacific Energy & Utility Corporation. While transporting uranium rods for the new Diablo reactor on a secret route, they were stopped by Rodney Stack who told them there had been a change of plans, but soon after killed them both.[308]

Russ (Earth-616) from Werewolf by Night Vol 3 1 0001 Appearances: Werewolf by Night (Vol. 3) #1, Werewolf by Night (Vol. 3) #2

Skipper, Russ, and Nails were three Life Pharmaceuticals employees who went hunting on the Hopi tribal land, not caring about the warning Molly gave them until they were attacked by Jake turned-werewolf.[309]
The next day, aboard an attack helicopter, they tried to take revenge on Jake by hunting him down.[310]


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

Russell was chased by the Commedia Dell'Morte in Central Park and once caught and captured Pagliacci asked him a question waiting for him to give an answer that would make him happy by threatening with a cleaver.[311]


Rusty (Maryland) (Earth-616) from Eternals Vol 1 14 001 Appearances: Eternals #14 & Eternals #15

Rusty and Arthur created the Hulk robot in the engineer plant on the grounds of Maryland Institute of Technology.[312]
They publicly confessed they had built a computerized replica of the popular character, which somehow then ran out of control.[313]

Rusty (Earth-616) from Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 145 001 Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #145

Rusty was a security guard from Cleveland, Ohio who ran into Mark Scarlotti at a neighborhood bar. He consoled Mark after several other patrons mocked him and suggested Mark to join him for dinner the next evening to meet his boss so that he might get a job with the security guard agency. Later, at the Cleveland Convention Center, Rusty was the security guard on duty and was attacked by Scarlotti.[314]


Ruth (Actress) (Earth-616) from Marvel Mystery Comics Vol 1 39 0001 Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #39

Ruth participated as an actress in a play produced by the Vision to prove that Richard Crawn had not committed suicide but that he was murdered.[315]

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

Ruth and three other prisoners escaped from the Bastille, but all four died after their flight. Ruth was killed by the aunt of one of her fellow escapees when they stopped at the aunt's for refuge. The aunt intended to sell Ruth's dead body.[191]

Ruth (Children) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four vs. the X-Men Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Fantastic Four vs. the X-Men #3

Ruth was a little girl who was saved by the Thing after she was stuck in the car driven by her mother who crashed into a truck and was engulfed in flames.[316]

Ruth (Police Office) (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 232 0001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #232

Ruth was among the police officers who intervened in Denver during the crisis arisen by the emergence of Robert Delgado's mutant powers.[317]

Ruth (TV Host) (Earth-616) from Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 144 0001 Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #144

Ruth was the host of her television show Hello There, San Diego and among her guests to interview was Peter Parker who presented his photo book "Webs".[318]

Ruth (Student) (Earth-616) from Wolfpack Vol 1 8 0001 Appearances: Wolfpack #8

Ruth was a schoolmate of Rafael Vega.[319]

Ruth (Earth-616) from Wolverine Vol 2 11 001 Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #11, Wolverine (Vol. 2) #12

Ruth was Archie's and Burt Corrigan's aunt.[320]

Ruth (Earth-616) from Marvel Comics Presents Vol 1 32 0001 Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #32

The former girl of the mercenary Strike, Ruth decided to leave him during the clash between him and the Black Panther complaining of his coldness.[321]

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

Ruth decided to attack New York City's water supply to obtain money, and planned to continue the operation in other cities.[322]

Ruth (Earth-616) from Hellstorm Prince of Lies Vol 1 10 0001 Appearances: Hellstorm: Prince of Lies #10

Ruth was the fiancée of the hatmaker Joseph Gerhardt who served in the Third Reich during WWII. When he discovered that Ruth's family was Jewish, he preferred to break the engagement not out of anti-Semitism, but from the remorse of having his hands dirty with the blood of her people.[323]

Ruth (Madam) (Earth-616) from Sabretooth Mary Shelley Overdrive Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Sabretooth: Mary Shelley Overdrive #2, Sabretooth: Mary Shelley Overdrive #3, Sabretooth: Mary Shelley Overdrive #4

Ruth is a brothel madam operating in New York City.[324]

Ruth (Georgia) (Earth-616) from Rocket Raccoon and Groot Vol 1 8 001 Appearances: Rocket Raccoon and Groot #8

Ruth was Chandler's girlfriend.[325]


Ruthie (Nurse) (Earth-616) from Monsters Unleashed Vol 1 5 0001 Appearances: Monsters Unleashed #5

Ruthie entered Dr. Owen Wallach's office but found the Frankenstein's Monster (in fact Dr. Wallach in the monster's body), who killed Ruthie to keep her from divulging the secret.[326]

Ruthie (Waitress) (Earth-616) from New Warriors Vol 4 10 0001 Appearances: New Warriors (Vol. 4) #6, New Warriors (Vol. 4) #10, New Warriors (Vol. 4) #14

Ruthie was a waitress at Al's Diner, where Sofia Mantega also worked.[327][328][329]


Ryan (Riordan) (Earth-616) from Thunderbolts Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Thunderbolts #4

Ryan was an official within the New York City mayor's administration alongside Dallas Riordan. When the Thunderbolts made a remote broadcast of their battle against Arnim Zola, he stood beside Riordan -- then the mayor's liaison to the Thunderbolts -- during a press conference about this turn of events.[330]

Ryan (Warp World) (Earth-616) from Infinity Wars Soldier Supreme Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Infinity Wars: Soldier Supreme #2

Ryan was a member of M.O.R.D.OC.'s Cult who was surprised by Erin's comment about Soldier Supreme's handsome appearance after he had been summoned by the Cult, while both believed to have summoned Satan instead .[331]

Ryan (Earth-616) from Elektra Black, White & Blood Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: Elektra: Black, White & Blood #2

Ryan was killed by the Madripoor boss Cesare while he was in the company of Joon who revealed to him that she intended to terminate the pregnancy, whose baby Cesare thought was his son. After Cesare's death, Joon carried on the pregnancy and at the birth of the baby she revealed that Ryan himself was his father.[332]


No Image Male Appearances: Captain America Comics #35

Ryder was a technician from Washington on a mission to meet Colonel Brandon, but reporter Eddie Dayton, thinking he was a spy, caught him and later defeated a couple of hoodlums that Eddie thought were Ryder's henchmen. Ryder was later released from Colonel Brandon and the two criminals that Ryder had captured were actually there to prevent Ryder from meeting with the Colonel.[333]


Ryu (Earth-616) from Journey Into Mystery Vol 1 515 0001 Appearances: Journey Into Mystery #515

Ryu worked for the Wild Tiger Mob and drove the Chow Yun Woo's boat to deliver the drugs.[334]

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

Ryu was beaten up by Logan to obtain information regarding Kenichi Nakadai's murder.[335]


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