- 1 Character Index - V
- 1.1 Vadim
- 1.2 Valerie
- 1.3 Valencia
- 1.4 Van
- 1.5 Van Aster
- 1.6 Van Boom
- 1.7 Van De Vere
- 1.8 Van Der Lear
- 1.9 Van Der Twilliger
- 1.10 Van Dorn
- 1.11 Van Helsing
- 1.12 Van Heusen
- 1.13 Van Horn
- 1.14 Van Hosen
- 1.15 Van Loan
- 1.16 Van Puyster
- 1.17 Van Schuyler
- 1.18 Van Schyler
- 1.19 Van Slyke
- 1.20 Van Vliet
- 1.21 Vana
- 1.22 Vanov
- 1.23 Vanya
- 1.24 Venus
- 1.25 Varasdi
- 1.26 Vasquez
- 1.27 Vazhin
- 1.28 Vern
- 1.29 Vernon
- 1.30 Veronica
- 1.31 Vic
- 1.32 Viccuci
- 1.33 Vicente
- 1.34 Vicki
- 1.35 Victor
- 1.36 Victoria
- 1.37 Vjerzak
- 1.38 Viktor
- 1.39 Villardo
- 1.40 Vince
- 1.41 Vincent
- 1.42 Vinnie
- 1.43 Vinny
- 1.44 Violet
- 1.45 Vito
- 1.46 Vivian
- 1.47 Vivienne
- 1.48 Vlach
- 1.49 Vladimir
- 1.50 Voakes
- 1.51 Vogal
- 1.52 Volger
- 1.53 Volkof
- 1.54 Volkov
- 1.55 Von Boering
- 1.56 Von Strudel
- 1.57 Vorster
- 1.58 Vosuero
- 1.59 VR-37
- 1.60 Vultus
- 2 References
Character Index - V
|Appearances: Captain America #619
Vadim was a former KGB agent who had turned to the illicit trafficking. The Black Widow contacted him in order to get Barnes to escape and for that she did him the favor of eliminating the competition.
|Appearances: Iron Man #24|
|Appearances: X-Men: Liberators #1, X-Men: Liberators #2 & X-Men: Liberators #4
Valerie was a soldier who was afraid of Nikolas while in Province 13.
|Appearances: Punisher (Vol. 2) #2|
|Appearances: Lorna the Jungle Queen #2
An amateur hunter on a safari in the jungles of the Congo led by the expert Greg Knight, both were rescued first by a lion and then by the elephant Killer Rogue thanks to the intervention of Lorna.
|Appearances: Punisher War Journal #53|
|Appearances: Captain America Comics #39|
|Appearances: Ms. Marvel (Vol. 3) #8|
Van De Vere
|Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #28|
Van Der Lear
|Appearances: Daredevil #182|
Van Der Twilliger
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #22|
|Appearances: Fantastic Four #15|
|Appearances: Dracula Lives #12
The Tavern Master of a small Transylvanian village near the castle of Count Dracula, he was the father of Rachel van Helsing in the 15th Century and the first of the Van Helsings of whom one is aware.
|Appearances: Doctor Strange #169
Mrs. Van Heusen was one of the wealthiest women in New York who needed a few surgeries for which Stephen Strange, in the midst of his career as a surgeon, was trying to carry out himself in order to enter the circle of wealthy people; it was just as he was going to a party at Mrs. Van Heusen's house that Strange had the accident with his sports car that he maimed his hands and led to a radical change in his life to the point of becoming the "Master of Mystic Arts" and then "Sorcerer Supreme".
|Appearances: Sub-Mariner Comics #16
A rich elderly woman was killed by her nephew to collect the inheritance.
|Appearances: Wolverine/Doop #2
Professor Van Hosen is the most expert on Pink Mink and its sultry periphenomenology.
|Appearances: Captain America Comics #36|
|Appearances: Patsy Walker #30
Mrs. Van Puyster was a rich elderly lady who agreed to finance the construction of a playground for children.
|Appearances: Apache Kid #15|
|Appearances: All Winners Comics #14
She and her husband Roddy organized a reception in their mansion in Florida in honor of the Mahrajah Shalimar and the Sub-Mariner was also invited. Mrs. Schyler was desperate after the Maharajah was robbed of her precious jewels at the reception.
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #9|
|Appearances: Defenders #148
Captain Van Vliet was a wealthy antiquity collector called the spouses Hellstrom and the Defenders Beast and Gargoyle to investigate the disappearance of an ancient mystical relic. While the detectives were arguing, Van Vliet committed suicide in his bedroom giving clues to Minerva Bannister's guilt.
|Appearances: Ghost Rider/Wolverine/Punisher: The Dark Design #1|
|Appearances: Savage Sword of Conan #218, Savage Sword of Conan #231
After the battle against the Free Companions, Vanov and Sablat were ordered by Conan to take care of Isparana.
|Appearances: Excalibur #56|
|Appearances: Cage (Vol. 2) #1
Venus was a club stripper.
|Appearances: Daredevil #319|
|Appearances: Punisher Summer Special #3
Vasquez was a member of the Psycho-Cops, a band of deranged pleasure killers who modified conventional paintguns and fired ball bearings instead of paintballs. Vasquez was killed by the Punisher as he made his napalm magazine explode.
|Appearances: Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #40, Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #41, Fantastic Four (Vol. 3) #43
Vasquez was a member of the Gideon Trust's N-Explorers charged with eliminating any opposition in the Negative Zone while the Trust mined the place. During a simulation in an environment similar to the Negative Zone, Vasquez and other members of the N-Explorer opposed a simulation of Annihilus.
|Appearances: King in Black: Namor #2
Director Vazhin was a senior Soviet officer in charge of researching a mystical artifact found on the bottom of the Murmansk harbor and for which he requested the supervision of mystics. He was killed after the artifact released mystical energies that stormed the research center.
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #556, Amazing Spider-Man #557|
|Appearances: Sentinel #7, Sentinel #9|
|Appearances: Spider-Man/Doctor Octopus: Negative Exposure #1, Spider-Man/Doctor Octopus: Negative Exposure #2, Spider-Man/Doctor Octopus: Negative Exposure #3, Spider-Man/Doctor Octopus: Negative Exposure #4|
|Appearances: Spider-Man: The Final Adventure #2|
|Appearances: Iron Man #17|
|Appearances: Daredevil #326|
|Appearances: Web of Scarlet Spider #1
Being responsible for providing security, Vic was eliminated by Jason Tso's men when he and Orlando Kannor failed to steal some experimental computer chips, mostly to the unexpected appearance of the Scarlet Spider.
|Appearances: Ghost-Spider Annual #1
Vic was a classmate of Gwen Stacy's at Empire State University. Eve invited her to hang out with her, Vic, and their other two friends at Stews 'n' Sammies. Gwen initially declined, but ended up arriving up late to their get-together.
|Appearances: Darkhawk: Heart of the Hawk #1
Vic was a henchman of Phillipe Bazin in charge of accompanying his daughter Allegra to the theater where he was expected but while driving Vic lost control of the car and only thanks to the intervention of Darkhawk avoided running over passersby.
|Appearances: Daredevil vs. Punisher #4|
|Appearances: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #36 & Wolverine (Vol. 2) #37|
|Appearances: Captain America (Vol. 5) #25|
|Appearances: Immortal Iron Fist #16|
|Appearances: Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #2, Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #3, Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #4
Victor 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, Victor and Whiskey watched over a warehouse where Scarlet Spider had kept Rita Clarkson kidnapped while Foxtrot and Tango attacked him directly, in case Scarlet Spider escaped and was to return to said location. When Scarlet Spider returned to the warehouse and noticed Clarkson was gone, Victor launched a missile from a rooftop nearby which exploded the building. However, Scarlet Spider escaped in the nick of time and attacked the mercenaries by surprise. After easily taking them down, Scarlet Spider threated them not to cross his path again, breaking Victor's hand in the process.
|Appearances: X-Force / Champions #'98|
|Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #155
Baron Vjerzak was Ramuda's local tyrant. He used to extort enormous wealth from the merchants upon threat of death, without any interference from the provincial governor, and to routinely abduct the wives and daughters of the townsfolk, using them to satiate his bestial lust. Before Conan's arrival in Ramuda, a valiant few had already attempted in vain to end the baron's reign of terror. He once had a wizened old Nemedian mage murdered, and made off with his magic globe and book of spells, practicing ever since to attain at least a working mastery of the mystic arts. Eventually confronted by Conan, he couldn't do much to protect his demon servant, Mrrsgarn, and was quickly defeated by the Cimmerian, who let him finish to the angry mob.
|Appearances: Uncanny X-Men: First Class Giant-Size Special #1|
|Appearances: Conan the Barbarian #168
Villardo was a hairy beast like human who was captured by Barenzo for his traveling freakshow. Despite being able to get free, he preferred to stay in chains, feeling safer than in the outside world. When he met Alhambra, Villardo changed his mind, releasing the bird-woman and then setting himself free to stay with her.
|Appearances: Journey into Mystery #89|
|Appearances: Marvel Team-Up #130|
|Appearances: All Winners Comics #16|
|Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #86|
|Appearances: Mystery Tales #14
Vincent, the driver of the wealthy Albert Rudley, plotted with Lorna, Albert's wife, to eliminate her husband and divide the inheritance, but despite several attempts failed to complete the plot.
|Appearances: X-Factor #-1
Vincent was a student in the town where the family who had adopted Alex Summers lived; instigated by Mr. Sinister, Vincent threatened to kill his adoptive family whereupon the stress of the situation brought out the mutant powers of Alex that he directed towards Vincent, killing him.
|Appearances: Incredible Hulk (Vol. 2) #22
Vincent was a debtor who was tortured by Nobby Foster.
|Appearances: Emma Frost #7, Emma Frost #8
Vincent was the maitre d' of a restaurant and watched as Emma Frost mentally made a waitress believe she had paid her bill and having discovered her scam forced Emma to pay her bill by having her wash the dishes.
|Appearances: Ms. Marvel (Vol. 2) #1
Vincent and his friends were playing in the park while Stilt-Man collided with Ms. Marvel and the van that the criminal raised rushed towards the kids and was the intervention of Ms. Marvel who avoided the tragedy by saving Vincent and his friends.
|Appearances: Spider-Man #69|
|Appearances: Spider-Man #80|
|Appearances: Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes #1|
|Appearances: Deadpool Corps #10
Vinny was driving an Omega Confederation troop van but given the situation on Kagan 7 he was about to return to his base when he was attacked by Deadpool who confiscated the van but let him go without killing him.
|Appearances: Invincible Iron Man #17|
|Appearances: Emma Frost #5|
|Appearances: Journey into Mystery #512|
|Appearances: Spider-Man: Lifeline #3|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #322|
|Appearances: Emma Frost #4
Mentions: Emma Frost #6
|Appearances: Journey into Mystery #95|
|Appearances: Tales of Suspense #64
Vladimir was an armament expert who was tricked by Anthony Stark to examine some new weapons designs in exchange of Pepper Potts' and Happy Hogan's lives, but he was beaten and defeated by Iron Man.
|Appearances: Eternals (Vol. 3) #5
Vladimir was a soldier of Vorozheika who was ordered by Druig to bring the kidnapped scientists and those who betrayed him into the parliament house and watched as he forced the current prime minister to slit his own throat and the rest of the parliament to kill the "traitorous" scientists.
|Appearances: 15-Love #1, 15-Love #2
Voakes was the dean of the Wayde tennis academy who together with the vice dean and student development officer summoned Mill with the intention of expelling her from the academy for her poor tennis skills, but given Mill's determination gave her one last chance that she she would only stay at the academy if she won her next tennis match.
|Appearances: Marvel Zombies Supreme #3|
|Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #670|
|Appearances: Kent Blake of the Secret Service #1
A Soviet spy who tried to appropriate engraving plates for American currency to forge money and bring down the American economy, but his plan fell apart thanks to the intervention of Kent Blake who killed Volkof by throwing it into an acid tank.
|Appearances: King in Black: Spider-Man #1
Mrs. Volkov was rescued by Reptil during the Symbiote assault on New York, although Spider-Man thought Reptil was a Symbiote Dragon who was attacking the old lady and in turn attacked Reptil, but soon after Spider-Man understood the misunderstanding and ended that with Reptil accompanied Mrs. Volkov to her home making sure she got there safely.
|Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #46
Von Boering was the head of a group of German saboteurs intent on disrupting American industry and transportation. Von Boering and his men were discovered by Terry Vance who reported it to the F.B.I. who captured all the saboteurs.
|Mentions: Young Allies #1|
|Appearances: Fear Itself: The Home Front #1, Fear Itself: The Home Front #2
Vorster was the leader of the neo-Nazi group Hammer of Thule who committed various racist terrorist acts in Florida. Captured by the Agents of Atlas he confessed to being a descendant of the Thule Society who served Red Skull during World War II and revealed where their base was in Germany.
|Appearances: Iron Man (Vol. 3) #4|
|Appearances: Amazing Scarlet Spider #1
When Seward Trainer used the virtual reality visor to enter Cyberspace, Lady Octopus dispatched her virtual operative VR-37 to intercept him. Although he was defeated by the Scarlet Spider, he did succeed in rendering Seward comatose.
|Appearances: Kull the Conqueror (Vol. 3) #2
Still dreaming on the lost glory of his people, Vultus opposed Uncle Ravian's decision to give Kull the amulet of Ka and attacked the humans with illusions created by magic, until he was killed by Ravian's ancient mystic blade.
- Captain America #619
- Iron Man #24
- X-Men: Liberators #1
- X-Men: Liberators #2
- X-Men: Liberators #4
- Punisher Vol 2 #2
- Lorna the Jungle Queen #2
- Punisher War Journal #53
- Captain America Comics #39
- Ms. Marvel Vol 3 #8
- Marvel Mystery Comics #28
- Daredevil #182
- Amazing Spider-Man #22
- Fantastic Four #15
- Dracula Lives #12
- Doctor Strange #169
- Sub-Mariner Comics #16
- Wolverine/Doop #2
- Captain America Comics #36
- Patsy Walker #30
- Apache Kid #15
- All Winners Comics #14
- Wolverine Vol 2 #9
- Defenders #148
- Ghost Rider/Wolverine/Punisher: The Dark Design #1
- Savage Sword of Conan #218
- Savage Sword of Conan #231
- Excalibur #56
- Cage Vol 2 #1
- Daredevil #319
- Punisher Summer Special #3
- Fantastic Four Vol 3 #40
- Fantastic Four Vol 3 #41
- Fantastic Four Vol 3 #43
- King in Black: Namor #2
- Amazing Spider-Man #556-557
- Sentinel #7-9
- Spider-Man/Doctor Octopus: Negative Exposure #1-4
- Spider-Man: The Final Adventure #2
- Iron Man #17
- Daredevil #326
- Web of Scarlet Spider #1
- Ghost-Spider Annual #1
- Darkhawk: Heart of the Hawk #1
- Daredevil vs. Punisher #4
- Wolverine Vol 2 #36
- Wolverine Vol 2 #37
- Captain America Vol 5 #25
- Immortal Iron Fist #16
- Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #3
- Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #2
- X-Force / Champions #'98
- Conan the Barbarian #155
- Uncanny X-Men: First Class Giant-Size Special #1
- Conan the Barbarian #168
- Journey into Mystery #89
- Marvel Team-Up #130
- All Winners Comics #16
- Marvel Mystery Comics #86
- Mystery Tales #14
- X-Factor #-1
- Incredible Hulk Vol 2 #22
- Emma Frost #7
- Emma Frost #8
- Ms. Marvel Vol 2 #1
- Spider-Man #69
- Spider-Man #80
- Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes #1
- Deadpool Corps #10
- Invincible Iron Man #17
- Emma Frost #5
- Journey into Mystery #512
- Spider-Man: Lifeline #3
- Amazing Spider-Man #322
- Emma Frost #4
- Journey into Mystery #95
- Tales of Suspense #64
- Eternals Vol 3 #5
- 15-Love #1
- 15-Love #2
- Marvel Zombies Supreme #3
- Amazing Spider-Man #670
- Kent Blake of the Secret Service #1
- King in Black: Spider-Man #1
- Marvel Mystery Comics #46
- Young Allies #1
- Fear Itself: The Home Front #1
- Fear Itself: The Home Front #2
- Iron Man Vol 3 #4
- Amazing Scarlet Spider #1
- Kull the Conqueror Vol 3 #2