Character Index - R
|Appearances: Spider-Man: Maximum Clonage Omega #1|
|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.
|Appearances: Captain America Comics #36|
|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.
|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.
|Appearances: Jungle Action (Vol. 2) #19|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #119|
|Appearances: Kull the Conqueror (Vol. 2) #1
Ragmar was a court poet of Zarfhaana who was condemned by Emperor Varicus for his latest satire and sought refuge in the City of Wonders. King Kull granted him asylum at his court, only to kill him after he found Ragmar in his secret treasure chamber.
|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.
|Appearances: Original Sins #3|
|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.
|Appearances: Daredevil #227|
|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.
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #166|
|Appearances: Captain Britain #21|
|Appearances: Avengers #166|
|Appearances: Longshot #1|
|Appearances: Kingpin (Vol. 2) #1, Kingpin (Vol. 2) #6, Kingpin (Vol. 2) #7|
|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.
|Appearances: Silver Surfer (Vol. 6) #1|
|Appearances: Astonishing Tales #7|
|Appearances: Warlock #1|
|Appearances: Sentry (Vol. 2) #4 & Sentry (Vol. 2) #5|
|Appearances: Hulk (Vol. 2) #32|
|Appearances: All-New Ghost Rider #4, All-New Ghost Rider #5
Ramon witnessed how Grumpy mutated and became addict to the pink pills.
|Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #165|
|Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 3) #4, Daredevil (Vol. 3) #5, Daredevil (Vol. 3) #6|
|Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #205|
|Appearances: Web of Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #10|
|Appearances: Captain Marvel (Vol. 10) #27|
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #4|
|Appearances: Thor: Godstorm #1|
|Appearances: West Coast Avengers #2|
|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.
|Appearances: Daredevil #238|
|Appearances: Iron Man #32|
|Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #156
Rastor was the brother of Count Tarcas Melphorr. Some years before Conan entered the count's manor, Rastor and Tarcas set out on one of their annual journeys of adventure and exploration, deep in the heart of a savage jungle, where they inadvertently uncovered a site that was still untouched and began to mine it for gems. After Rastor got sick of a deadly fever, the village shaman tried to help him, even leaving his own daughter to care for him. When, in his delirium, Rastor attacked and killed the girl, the shaman cursed him to be utterly dependent upon human flesh, slowly transforming into a subhuman monster, who dwelled in the catacomb underneath the house and fed upon unsuspecting travelers provided by Tarcas, until he was eventually killed by Conan.
|Appearances: Spider-Man: Made Men #1|
|Appearances: Iron Man #31|
|Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #63|
|Appearances: Wolverine: The Amazing Immortal Man & Other Bloody Tales #1
Raúl was the circus fire-eater.
|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.
|Appearances: Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! #3, Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! #11
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.
|Minor Appearances: X-Force (Vol. 6) #21
Senator Rawley were 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.
|Appearances: Warlock #5|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #121|
|Appearances: Spider-Man: Made Men #1|
|Appearances: Immortal Iron Fist: Orson Randall and the Death Queen of California #1|
|Appearances: Hulk (Vol. 2) #53|
|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 mutogen 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.
|Appearances: Hawkeye: Kate Bishop #5|
|Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #155|
|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.
|Appearances: Captain America #259|
|Appearances: Iron Man (Vol. 3) #13|
|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.
|Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #2|
|Appearances: Captain America Comics #9|
|Appearances: Thor (Vol. 2) #31
Red and his wife Charlene 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.
|Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #176
Redondo served together with Conan under the king of Turan. The Cimmerian later met him among Feducio's followers and tried to free him from his control, but he ended up being killed by the priest's swordsmen.
|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.
|Appearances: Force Works #13|
|Appearances: X-Men #97|
|Appearances: Captain America #253, Captain America #254|
|Appearances: Excalibur #1|
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #81|
|Appearances: Captain America Comics #1|
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #259|
|Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 2) #3|
|Appearances: Invincible Iron Man (Vol. 2) #25|
|Appearances: X-Men (Vol. 3) #11|
|Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 9) #6|
|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.
|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.
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #9|
|Appearances: Marvel Feature #3|
|Appearances: Namor the Sub-Mariner Annual #1|
|Appearances: A-Force (Vol. 2) #2|
|Appearances: Elektra Assassin #1, Elektra Assassin #3
United States Ambassador Reich in San Conception 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.
|Appearances: Punisher: War Zone #23|
|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.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #202|
|Appearances: Red She-Hulk #60|
|Appearances: Captain America #409, Captain America #410|
|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.
|Appearances: Sentry: Fallen Sun #1|
|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.
|Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 2) #44|
|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.
|Appearances: Knights of Pendragon #2|
|Appearances: Spider-Woman (Vol. 5) #7, Spider-Woman (Vol. 5) #8|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #333|
|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.
|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.
|Appearances: Hulk (Vol. 2) #53|
|Appearances: Mighty Thor #409|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #536|
|Appearances: Daredevil #508|
|Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #142|
|Appearances: West Coast Avengers #3|
|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.
|Appearances: Fear Itself #1, Fear Itself #4, Fear Itself #6 & Fear Itself #7, Fear Itself: The Home Front #7
Rick was Bill's former neighbor.
|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.
|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.
|Appearances: Venom: Dark Origin #5|
|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.
|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.
|Appearances: Daredevil #299|
|Appearances: Blade: Vampire Hunter #1|
|Appearances: X-Men Unlimited #32|
|Appearances: Peter Parker: Spider-Man #43|
|Appearances: Spider-Man: Brand New Day — Extra! #1|
|Appearances: AXIS: Carnage #1|
|Appearances: Elektra (Vol. 5) #1|
|Appearances: Daredevil: Black and White #1
Mr. Ridge was a Daily Record reporter who was accused of being a serial killer.
|Appearances: Giant-Size Chillers Featuring Curse of Dracula #1
Miss Rigby was Lord Henry's secretary.
|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.
|Appearances: Punisher Summer Special #3
Ripley was a member of the Psycho-Cops, a band of deranged pleasure killers who modified conventional paintguns and fired ball bearings instead of paintballs. Ripley was killed by the Punisher as he made his napalm magazine explode.
|Appearances: Punisher Summer Special #3|
|Appearances: Black Widow (Vol. 3) #2, Black Widow (Vol. 3) #5 & Black Widow (Vol. 3) #6|
|Appearances: Alpha Flight (Vol. 4) #0.1|
|Appearances: Human Torch (Vol. 3) #10|
|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.
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #242|
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #83|
|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.
|Appearances: Patsy Walker #2|
|Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #6|
|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.
|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.
|Appearances: Patsy Walker #106, Miss America #93|
|Appearances: Daredevil Annual #6|
|Appearances: Force Works #13|
|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
|Appearances: Zombie #2, Tales of the Zombie #1 & Zombie #5|
|Appearances: Spider-Woman #46|
|Appearances: Strange Combat Tales #4|
|Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 3) #2, Punisher (Vol. 3) #3, Punisher (Vol. 3) #4, Punisher (Vol. 3) #8, Punisher (Vol. 3) #9|
|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.
|Appearances: Spider-Man Unlimited (Vol. 3) #2|
|Appearances: Hercules (Vol. 3) #1, Hercules (Vol. 3) #2, Hercules (Vol. 3) #3, Hercules (Vol. 3) #4, Hercules (Vol. 3) #5|
|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.
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #579|
|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.
|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.
|Appearances: Fantastic Four: Road Trip #1|
|Appearances: Doctor Strange (Vol. 2) #77|
|Appearances: Daredevil (Vol. 3) #4|
|Appearances: Mighty Avengers (Vol. 2) #5.INH|
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #8, Spider-Man #70
Rocco was one of the inmates who led the prison riot sparked by the Puppet Master.
|Appearances: Tales of Suspense #49|
|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.
|Appearances: Tales of the Zombie #1|
|Appearances: Avengers #161, Avengers #162|
|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.
|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.
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #80|
|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 suddent acquisition by the Beyond Corporation, Roddy explained the workings of the buy-out to Hobie.
|Appearances: Fear Itself: Deadpool #1
Mr. Roderick was a monser 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.
|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.
|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.
|Appearances: X-Men / Fantastic Four #1|
|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.
|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.
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #1|
|Appearances: Avengers: West Coast #63|
|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.
|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.
|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.
|Appearances: Sub-Mariner Comics #17
A jewelry smuggler who used the George-Larkin Fishery to smuggle jewels by hiding them in fish.
|Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #76|
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #159|
|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.
|Appearances: New Mutants #9|
|Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #128, Spectacular Spider-Man #228, Spider-Man: The Final Adventure #3
Rolfe introduced Mary Jane Watson to Tom Privitere.
|Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #27|
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #9|
|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.
|Appearances: Tales of Suspense (Vol. 2) #1
Romhanyl worked mainly with the Basque separatists, supplying them information.
|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.
|Appearances: Spider-Man #77|
|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.
|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.
|Appearances: Deadpool (Vol. 4) #900|
|Appearances: Secret Avengers #12.1|
|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.
|Appearances: Incredible Hulk #165|
|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.
|Appearances: Marvel Double Shot #4|
|Appearances: Marvel Fanfare (Vol. 2) #3|
|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!"
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #162|
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #2|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #333|
|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.
|Appearances: Champions #5|
|Appearances: Longshot #1|
|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 Qalupalik. 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.
|Appearances: Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #50, Fantastic Four #557|
|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 attempting to kill Maya Hansen also detained in the same prison
|Appearances: Thor #602|
|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.
|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|
|Appearances: Emma Frost #7
Minor: Emma Frost #9
|Appearances: Patsy Walker #107|
|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.
|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.
|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.
|Appearances: Ms. Marvel (Vol. 3) #6|
|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.
|Appearances: X-Men: Children of the Atom #1, X-Men: Children of the Atom #2|
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 3) #9|
|Appearances: Blade (Vol. 3) #1|
|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.
|Appearances: She-Hulk (Vol. 2) #4|
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #2|
|Appearances: X-Force (Vol. 6) #15|
|Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 10) #3|
|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.
|Appearances: Warlock #7|
|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.
|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.
|Appearances: Eternals #14 & Eternals #15
Rusty and Arthur created the Hulk robot in the engineer plant on the grounds of Maryland Institute of Technology.
|Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #39|
|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.
|Appearances: Fantastic Four vs. the X-Men #3|
|Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #232|
|Appearances: Spectacular Spider-Man #144|
|Appearances: Wolfpack #8|
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #11, Wolverine (Vol. 2) #12|
|Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #32|
|Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 2) #41|
|Appearances: Hellstorm: Prince of Lies #10
Ruth was the fiancée of the hatmaker Joseph Gerhardt who served during WWII in the Third Reich. When he discovered that Ruth's family was Jewish, he preferred to break the engagement not for antisemitism but for the remorse of having his hands dirty with the blood of her people.
|Appearances: Sabretooth: Mary Shelley Overdrive #2, Sabretooth: Mary Shelley Overdrive #3, Sabretooth: Mary Shelley Overdrive #4|
|Appearances: Rocket Raccoon and Groot #8|
|Appearances: Monsters Unleashed #5|
|Appearances: New Warriors (Vol. 4) #6, New Warriors (Vol. 4) #10, New Warriors (Vol. 4) #14|
|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.
|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 .
|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.
|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.
|Appearances: Journey into Mystery #515|
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