Talena was about to marry Gallus, when he accidentally fell from a tree in the orchards of Valusia and died. Talena then begged Kull to use the amulet of Ka to revive him, but, being already dead, Gallus awoke as a manifestation of Death and was finally laid to rest by the king.
He was imprisoned inside a mystical gem unwittingly by Jino who wanted to take revenge on him and the other guys who bullied him. At the request of Jino's father, Dr. Strange intervened to save Tamba and thanks also to the heroic intervention of Jino, Tamba was brought to safety.
Tango was a member of the mercenary team known as the Kill Crew. When Ben Reilly sent the Kill Crew after his fellow clone, the other Scarlet Spider, Tango and Foxtrot ambushed him while he was looking for clues in Ben's old office building.
Scarlet Spider protected himself from Tango and Foxtort's fire with a web-shield, and escaped through a window. Immediately afterwards, Tango alerted Victor and Whiskey of their failure, so they could be ready to intercept Scarlet Spider.
Tank was a member of the National Force. He recruited Frank Castle into the organization, when he introduced himself as a former immate sharing their ideals.
Tank then went to threaten the sheriff in order to make him reveal the name of the person who was investigating them, Tatiana Arocha.
Tank later took to Castle to their main headquarters in the desert, and introduced him to their leader, the Hate-Monger.
Tank was present when the Hate-Monger captured the Punisher, and was later personally killed by G.W. Bridge.
Tara was a winged creature who was whisked away from her universe within the Star-Stone by Sharkosh, and transformed into an earthly handmaid. When the ceremony of transferal failed, she reversed to her true nature and disappeared in front of Conan's eyes.
Dr. Tarantino was the psychiatrist treating Faron at Ryan Mental Hospital. When Faron broke free, he cornered Tarantino, but was going to let him live until he begged for his life, showing a picture of his wife and kids. Angered because his own loss of his family, Faron killed Tarantino, but promised to make it quick.
Before Conan entered his manor, Count Tarcas Melphorr and his brother 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 was cursed by the shaman to be utterly dependent upon human flesh, slowly transforming into a subhuman monster, Tarcas let him dwell in the catacomb underneath his house, constantly providing fresh meat, first by slaying his own servants, then by preying on ragged beggars and unwary passersby in the alleyways of the nearby towns, and eventually by luring weary travelers to pass the night in, using a boody-trapped bed. When he found his brother killed by Conan, Tarcas attacked the Cimmerian, but he was easily defeated and killed.
Tar-Kun asked the help of Dr. Strange after his son Jino used his mystical gem to take revenge on the guys who bullied him and who inadvertently imprisoned one of them inside the gem itself. Strange scolded Tar-Kun for his lack of foresight, telling him that he had not accepted him as his student because of this flaw.
Appearances:Human Torch Comics #24
Taylor was a werewolf who adopted a boy, Joel, after he lost his parents in a car accident knowing that the boy was the heir to a fortune. After a few years, Taylor opposed the relationship that was being created between Joel and a girl from the place where they had moved and attempted to assault her father during the full moon but collided with the Human Torch that defeated him by breaking his neck, while Joel gave him the coup de grace by shooting him and telling his story to the Human Torch.
Mr. Taylor was the father of Tex Taylor who had a reputation as being the best cattleman in this state, on their ranch in Whisperin' Valley, near Wishbone, Texas. One day the head of the "Cattlemen's Protection League" attempted to extort protection money from Tex's father. His father refused and the head of the League rode off, threatening the man. Soon after, Tex joined the Army during the American Civil War. While away at war, Tex received a letter saying that his father had been killed and that he had sold the ranch to the League before his demise.
Tex returned to find that the head of the League had rigged an election and became Sheriff, afterwards forcing Tex's father to sign the ranch over to him, and then had him killed. Tex investigated matters and discovered that the town mayor was responsible for everything. The mayor was interested in the gold deposits on the ranch of Tex's father. Tex killed the mayor, and then vowed to spend his life crusading against the lawless..
Mr. Taylor was the father of Lance Temple's girlfriend (and later his wife). He was a rancher, and one day, not knowing that Lance was secretly the Outlaw Kid, he rode quickly warning Lance, who was in the company of his daughter Belle, that Fargo and his gang headed for Pedro's ranch and that they ranchers should have intervened.
Later, Outlaw Kid prevented Jess Garner from forcibly acquiring the property of Mr. Taylor, who used Kane and his gang to raid his ranch so as to scare him and convince him to sell.
Taylor was a technician who worked at the Mys-Tech Computer Center in East London and was among those to whom Crowe asked if they were able to enter the code to stop the detonation of the nuclear warhead.
Taylor was part of the Fist of Freedom paramilitary group, who was defeated by the Scorpion. He was the guard outside there meeting, who was thrown through the window by Scorpion, before he burst through himself.
All of his family was slaughtered except for his daughter Mary, and although Arrowhead was accused of the carnage, he helped him escape because he had saved his daughter from the true perpetrators of the massacre and did not believe in his guilt.
Thazarra was an evil witch whose spirit was imprisoned within a mirror who was looted Conan and Fafnir in the Temple of the Dragon, and then given to a girl named Nadine. After she gazed into her new mirror while brushing her hair, the spirit of Thazarra was free to possess Nadine, and used the girl to reach the Temple of the Dragon and have the magical jewel placed in the pommel of the girl’s mirror, in order to be released forever. After Conan did it, Thazarra, laughing exultantly, emerged from the mirror as an evil green mist with a witch-like face. She once more possessed Nadine, but Conan threatened to slit her throat and the wild look in his eye convinced Thazarra to abandon her current body. Free to escape and possess any woman she liked, Thazarra returned to the mirror just before Marta and her thieves arrived. Conan then tossed the mirror to Marta just as the priests of the Dragon God come swarming up the stairs, so Thazarra emerged to possess Marta. Running to escape from the chamber, Thazarra darted through a doorway and triggered a bladed trap, which fell from the archway and beheads her. The mirror smashed when it fell to the floor, so the threat of Thazarra was seemingly ended.
Thomas and his partner stole a Colombian shipment from Rico's gang. Running from gunshots, he sought refuge into the same church where he served as an altar boy seven years before, and was confronted by an old priest. Thomas was about to kill him, but when the priest got accidentally shot, he changed his mind and apparently repented.
A Hollywood actress of the classic blonde bombshell-type, Tiffany reluctantly found herself frequently paired on screen with egotistical action star Brad Carter. She did so again, playing the role of the jungle girl/love interest, for a King Kong-inspired monster movie being produced and directed by P.D.Q. Werner, which became too close to real life as Werner took the crew to shoot scenes on a remote volcanic island. Furthermore, this was the secret “Valhalla” base of Centurius, and thus Tiffany, Carter, and the rest of the film crew found themselves drafted by Nick Fury to battle Centurius’ weird creations and foil his doomsday scheme. Returning to the freighter they’d arrived on, they narrowly escaped as the island was destroyed, Tiffany and a rarely introspective (for the moment) Brad sharing a kiss as the last of Valhalla collapsed into the ocean. 
Todd was one of the Owl's lieutenants until he was crippled by Daredevil. Together with Mosley and Dennison, they ended up working for Wilson Fisk, who ordered them to inform the Owl that they were going to take over his territory, to keep Fisk in the shadows. When the three of them briefed Fisk about the outcome of the situation, Dennison revealed his intentions to work for himself, believing Fisk to be powerless, but Fisk gave a simple order to Lady Bullseye, who quickly killed Dennison.
Todd and Mosley then followed Fisk's orders, liberating a convoy of prisoners under the condition of working for their boss and sharing their profits, but making them all believe their boss was The Hood instead of Fisk.
Tom was a plainclothes guard assigned on the train from New York City to Montreal which was attacked by the Beetle, in order to rob the shipment of the Regina necklace: he was easily defeated by the nerve gas gushed into the locked compartment.
Inspired by glamorized reports of The Matador's criminal escapades, Tommy and a friend played a game where they would take turns pretending to be the Matador fighting Daredevil, with the latter as the heavy, much to the actual hero's chagrin.
Tono was a member of the Diablito's Gang, who was ordered to record the captured and bound Punisher. His thumb was bitten off by the Punisher, after he was trying to record his face. He was later shot by said Punisher.
Torq was a journalist who covered the 'Super Hero' beat for the National Reporter on the East Coast. When he got word Quicksilver and Crystal were spending some time together in Maine, he approached Mr. Maximoff and showed him compromising pictures of his wife with one of the Avengers. Quicksilver rejected them and threatened to kill Torq if he printed them.
Toruk was the hill-men champion chosen by their leader Hobar to fight against Conan in order to end the conflict in an honorable manner. Despite outmatching the Cimmerian physically, the mountainous hill-man was directed to a pile of precariously placed boulders. Conan caused a landslide that buried Toruk, who happened to be carrying the same magical sword Conan found some years ago in the wild lands between Aesgard and Vanaheim.
Travers was a gambler and owner of a Gambling Hall in Leadville. When Black Rider got tired of seeing that the honest Leadville citizens swindling out of their money, he went to the Gambling Hall and threatened Travers to leave the town within a week. In search of revenge, Travers hired many criminals but they were all soundly defeated by the Black Rider and then Travers was forced to leave the town immediately.
Tyr was a Genoshan Magistrate who was soiled by the passage of a car for cleaning the streets driven by a Mutate and who to punish him he made a cigarette into pieces, forcing the Mutate to collect them with his hands.