Character Index - W


Wade (Earth-616) from Marvel Fanfare Vol 1 47 001 Appearances: Marvel Fanfare #47

Councilman Wade planned to renovate the South Bronx by demolishing the neighborhood, but he had no chance of being reelected.[1]


Wagner (Earth-616) from Amazing Adult Fantasy Vol 1 14 001 Appearances: Amazing Adult Fantasy #14

Herr Wagner was the founder of a wax museum located in a lonely European village.[2]


Wallace (Earth-616) from The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 231 001
Appearances: The Spectacular Spider-Man #231

Wallace was a rival of James Johnsmeyer in the Great Game.[3]


Wallis (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 127 001 Appearances: X-Men #127

Wallis was Joe MacTagger's butler.[4]


Wally (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 316 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #316

Wally was the doorman of the Bedford Tower building.[5]


Mr. Walsh (Earth-616) from Daredevil Battlin' Jack Murdock Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Daredevil: Battlin' Jack Murdock #1

Mr. Walsh was a liquor store owner who was beaten up by Jack Murdock.[6]


Walter (Earth-616) from Defenders Vol 1 17 001 Appearances: Defenders #17

Walter was a reporter who witnessed the demolition of the Irving Building by the Wrecking Crew.[7]


Walters (Doctor) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 201 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #201

Dr. Walters treated J. Jonah Jameson at Bellville Hospital.[8]


Wang (Earth-616) from Spider-Woman Vol 4 4 001 Appearances: Spider-Woman Vol 4 #5

Detective Wang interrogated Jessica Drew after she escaped from Madame Hydra.[9]


Warren (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 116 001 Appearances: Strange Tales #116

Dr. Warren contacted Dr. Strange to help him solve unexplainable cases of sleepers, people who couldn't be awakened after falling asleep.[10]

Warren (Only Cake) (Earth-616) from Hulk Vol 4 7 0001 Appearances: Hulk Vol 4 #7, Hulk Vol 4 #8, Hulk Vol 4 #9, Hulk Vol 4 #10

Warren was the companion and collaborator of the kitchen webshow Only Cake star Oliver Constantin. When the show's cameraman Steve to gain more likes with the show and then more money he poured a mutogen compound on the cake prepared by Oliver, he turned into live web in a monstrous being and Warren asked for She-Hulk's intervention and help but despite everything Oliver remained in his monstrous form leaving Warren in despair.[11]


Wasserschmidt (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 677 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #677, Daredevil Vol 3 #8

Wasserschmidt was the inventor of the H-Phone, a prototype wi-fi and 4G hologram projector.[12]
He simulated a theft of his prototype in order to sell it privately to telephone company Terra-One.[13]


Watanabe (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 318 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #318

Mr. Watanabe was a real-estate agent who presented to Mr. and Mrs. Parker an expensive apartment, which they couldn't afford.[14]


Wayne (Glenville) (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 110 001 Appearances: Strange Tales #110

Wayne was one of Johnny Storm's schoolmates.[15]


Weasel (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 2 001 Appearances: X-Men #2

Weasel was a criminal who joined the Vanisher in battle against the X-Men, but he was quickly defeated by Marvel Girl.[16]


Weezie (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 252 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #252

Weezie met Spider-Man (Peter Parker) while arguing with her boyfriend Justin.[17]


Mrs. Welck (Earth-616) from Punisher Holiday Special Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Punisher Holiday Special #1

She welcomed the return of her daughter Sandy on Christmas Eve, who had fled home a few days ago because of her father who was abusing her.[18]


Wells (Earth-616) from The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 2 27 001 Appearances: The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 2 #27

Miss Wells was Peter Parker's first-grade teacher, who organized the school play[19].


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

Wendall was a friend of Jessica Carradine.[20]


Wendy (Centerville) (Earth-616) from Patsy and Hedy Vol 1 88 Appearances: Patsy Walker #88

Wendy was one of Patsy Walker's classmate. She lived next to Harold Heartbeat.[21]

Wendy (Earth-616) from Doctor Strange Vol 3 1 001 Appearances: Doctor Strange Vol 3 #1

Wendy was a friend of Topaz, who introduced her to Jonathon White.[22]


West (Earth-616) Power Man and Iron Fist Vol 1 111 Appearances: Power Man and Iron Fist #111

Dr. West was a physician who wanted to treat Bobby Wright, a boy who had found an alien spore who granted him superpowers but was also rapidly killing him.[23]

Dr. West (Scientist) (Earth-616) from Marvel Comics Presents Vol 1 52 0002 Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents #52

He invented the Fortified Rocket Springs that increased exponentially jumping capacity and was used by Mr. Fixit to destroy the giant asteroid launched by the alien Ralfzz children toward Earth for fun.[24]


Wheeling (Earth-616) from Giant-Size Chillers Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Giant-Size Chillers #1

Wheeling was Inspector Chelm's assistant.[25]


Whiskey (Kill Crew) (Earth-616) from Ben Reilly Scarlet Spider Vol 1 3 001 Appearances: Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #2, Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #3

Whiskey 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, Whiskey and Victor 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.[26]
When Scarlet Spider returned to the warehouse and noticed Clarkson was gone, Whiskey 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.[27]
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.[27]


Dr. White (Earth-616) from Marvel Mystery Comics Vol 1 36 0001 Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #36

Director of an institution for the blind helped Angel identify and eliminate the blind Nazi killer Krauss.[28]

Mrs. White (Earth-616) from Captain America Comics Vol 1 20 0001 Appearances: Captain America Comics #20

Wife of James White, a butcher, after her husband had not returned home sends his son Tod to look for him. Asking for help from Secret Stamp, Tod accompanies him home where Mrs. White reveals to Secret Stamp that they were in debt to a loan shark and worried about the fate of her husband.[29]

Miss White (Secretary) (Earth-616) from Marvel Mystery Comics Vol 1 37 0001 Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #37

Miss White was the secretary of the head of the King Airplane Corporation and was drugged by Marvello to get her the King Dive Bomber blueprints to sell them to enemy agents but the plan was foiled by Angel and Miss White was freed from Marvello control and cleared for the theft of the blueprint.[30]

No Image Male Appearances: Whip Wilson #9

He tells Charlie Griffin to be careful with revenge and what he was going to do about Gavin and his gang.[31]

No Image Female Appearances: Marvel Tales #150

Mrs. White was the neighbor of a fairy family and advised Josie's mother to cultivate her daughter's female interests so that over time she would stop acting like a tomboy.[32]

White (Earth-616) from Amazing Adventures Vol 1 6 001 Appearances: Amazing Adventures #6

Mr. White was a kindly, gentle soul who was saved from two thugs by a living statue.[33]

White from Spider-Man Vol 1 15 0001 Appearances: Spider-Man #15

Nurse White was on duty at the hospital when the mutant boy Joey woke up and turned into his monstrous form, striking both the doctor who was treating him and Nurse White stunning both of them.[34]

White from PunisherCaptain America Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Punisher/Captain America #2

Ms. White was a manager of a selling arms company that did not want to reveal the name of the company's clients to Captain America and the Punisher under false identity and then to the corrupt aide of the Attorney General Angela Stone who, in return, killed Ms. White using a drill.[35]

Mr. White (Earth-616) from Meteor Man Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Meteor Man #1

Mr. White was a scientist from Skyyventures, Inc. who experimented with Simon Caine to make him regain the powers of the meteor.[36]

Professor White (Earth-616) from Spider-Man The Lost Years Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Spider-Man: The Lost Years #2

Professor White was a science professor at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, where Ben Reilly asked if he could become his assistant after doing a teaching test in his presence.[37]

Mrs. White (Earth-616) from X-Men Unlimited Vol 1 49 0001 Appearances: X-Men Unlimited #49

Mrs. White was the mother of Sally White, the child kidnapped by a mysterious underground population who was liberated and returned to her mother by Nightcrawler.[38]

Mr. White from Mystic Arcana Magik Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Mystic Arcana Magik #1

Mr. White was Ian McNee's assistant in his "Corner Stone on Creation" store in Brooklyn.[39]


Whitey (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 33 001 Appearances: Daredevil #33, Daredevil #34

Whitey and his gang captured Daredevil and brought him to the Beetle while holding him at gun point[40].
As Daredevil was ultimately defeated, he wished to kill him, but the Beetle ordered to bind him and bring him to the Montreal Expo '67, where he planned on unmasking Daredevil on national television.[41]

Whitey (Satan's Angels) (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 128 001 Appearances: Captain America #128

Whitey was the leader of the Satan's Angels biker gang in Coits Neck, New Jersey.[42]


Whitmore (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 225 001 Appearances: Iron Man #225

Whitmore is a flying ant whom Scott Lang rode to infiltrate the Transcorp Tower and break into the company database.[43]


Wilbur (Earth-616) from Blade Vol 4 1 001 Appearances: Blade Vol 4 #1

Wilbur was one of Seofon Inc.'s clients.[44]


Wilf (Earth-616) from Thor Godstorm Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Thor: Godstorm #1, Thor: Godstorm #2 & Thor: Godstorm #3

In the year 912 A.D., Wilf was a kid who listened to the tale of Thor against the Godstorm.[45][46][47]


Williams (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 36 001 Appearances: Iron Man #36

Williams was the butler of Anthony Stark's Upper Eastside town house.[48]

Williams (Secretary) (Earth-616) from Nick Fury vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Nick Fury vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. #4

Ms. Williams was a secretary working at Imperial Chemical Industries in Sydney.[49]

Williams (Earth-616) from 4 Vol 1 5 0001 Appearances: 4 #5, 4 #6 & 4 #7

Mr. Williams was an old man who warned the Fantastic Four to turn back from the Pine Barrens.[50]
He sheltered in his home the Invisible Woman, her son and his friends from the extraterrestrials' attack.[51] He then told her the truth behind the legend of the Jersey Devil.[52]


Williamson (Earth-616) from Sentinel Squad ONE Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Sentinel Squad O*N*E #3

Pvt. Williamson was a member of Sentinel Squad O*N*E in charge of piloting a Sentinel during a mission led by Sgt. John Steele in Savage Land against a pack of mutated tyrannosaurs.[53]


Willie (Teen Brigade) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Avengers #1, Avengers #13

Willie was instructed by Rick Jones to use the Fantastic Four's special wave length in order to contact them, asking for help to handle Hulk[54]
Willie, like Rick Jones and the rest of the Teen Brigade, was trapped by Count Nefaria in his castle atop the New Jersey Palisades: They were all eventually saved by Captain America when the Avenger broke into the building[55].

Willie (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 125 001 Appearances: Journey into Mystery #125

Willie was a rail worker who witnessed Hercules lifting a fallen sequoia from the tracks and hurling it into the surrounding hills.[56]

Willie (Dominic Fortune) (Earth-616) from Web of Spider-Man Vol 1 72 001 Appearances: Web of Spider-Man #72

Willie was among Dominic Fortune's men who followed the killer sent by Simon Steele toward the docks[57].


Willis (Earth-616) from Sub-Mariner Vol 1 35 001 Appearances: Sub-Mariner #35

A Vietnam War veteran, Colonel Willis was responsible for guarding the United Nations nuclear weather control station. He refused to let Atlantean scientists examine its nuclear generators and reported back to the United Nations Headquarters, who sent the Avengers for aid. As he was preparing to open fire against the Titans Three, Ikthon and Dorma managed to convince him to allow them to examine the device. When Ikthon managed to repair a flaw in the device that could threaten them all, he realized his mistake and apologized to the Sub-Mariner[58].


Willow (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 164 001 Appearances: Daredevil #164

Nurse Willow tried to prevent Daily Bugle reporter Ben Urich from talking to Daredevil at Bellevue Hospital.[59]


Wills (Nurse) (Earth-616) from Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 1 27 001 Appearances: Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #27

Nurse Wills was Dr. Henry Orlock's assistant.[60]


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

Willy and his wife Doris were attacked by Bloodscream in Logan, Alberta, Canada.[61]


Wilson (District Circulation Manager) (Earth-616) from Daring Mystery Comics Vol 1 7 0001 Appearances: Daring Mystery Comics #7

Mr. Wilson was the District Circulation Manager of the newspaper, which was distributed by the newsboy Nicky and who, on orders from Mr. Million, gave him an exclusive area to sell newspapers.[62]

Mrs. Wilson (Earth-616) from Human Torch Comics Vol 1 4 0001 Appearances: Human Torch Comics #4

A policeman told her that her husband Bill, just released on parole, had been found dead in a motel room for a heart attack despite her argument about her husband who was completely healthy. Suspicious of this, the Human Torch went to the morgue and found that Bill had been killed confirming his wife's statements about his state of health.[63]

Wilson (Otis-Larrabee-Wilson) (Earth-616) from Marvel Mystery Comics Vol 1 80 0001 Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #80

Wilson was one of the three partners of the Otis-Larrabee-Wilson musical enterprise; Larrabee and Wilson were killed by partner Sidney Otis after selling the company to take over all the proceeds and at the same time accusing singer Ed Clements of the murders.[64]

Wilson (Earth-616) Journey into Mystery Vol 1 15 0001 Appearances: Journey into Mystery #15

Wilson was an employee of the firm of Portsmouth inherited from Danny.[65]

Wilson (Old West) (Earth-616) from Kid Colt Outlaw Vol 1 42 0001 Appearances: Kid Colt Outlaw #42

Together with his gang, Wilson killed the gold prospector Bob Manson to misappropriate his mine and blamed Kid Colt for the murder, but in the end Kid Colt exonerated himself from the murder charge and killed Wilson.[66]

Wilson (Banker) (Earth-616) from Outlaw Kid Vol 1 19 0001 Appearances: Outlaw Kid #19

Mr. Wilson was the banker of Caliber City who was deceived by Mr. Duane, a fake businessman, to give him a loan despite the distrust of the Outlaw Kid which turned out to be accurate as Mr. Duane was a gambler and thanks to the Kid Mr. Wilson managed to get his money back and get Mr. Duane arrested.[67]

Wilson (Caliber City) (Earth-616) from Outlaw Kid Vol 1 19 0001 Appearances: Outlaw Kid #19

After her husband, the banker of Caliber City, decided to meet the gambler Mr. Duane who had cheated him, Mrs. Wilson realized that her husband was not able to face the gambler and in fact was told by the Outlaw Kid to call the sheriff right away telling him to go to the Crystal Palace where her husband and Mr. Duane would meet.[67]

Wilson (Astronomer) (Earth-616) from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 2 0001 Appearances: Tales of Suspense #2

Wilson was an astronomer who worked for the government and was among the first to observe the fleet of spaceships that attempted to invade the Earth.[68]

Wilson (Tombstone) (Earth-616) from Two-Gun Kid Vol 1 64 0001 Appearances: Two-Gun Kid #64

Wilson was the banker of Tombstone who was robbed by Grizzly Grogan and his gang but the blame was given to the prizefighter Boom Boom Brown, because of his size and the characteristic hat that Grizzly purposely wore just to mislead the blame, so that Wilson he thought it was Boom Boom.[69]

Wilson (Earth-616) from Marvel Preview Vol 1 6 0001 Appearances: Marvel Preview #6

Wilson was the District Office Circulation manager that Sherlock Holmes had given some help in one case and in return asked him if he could use his young aide in a search as well as to send a wire.[70]

Wilson (Nurse) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 212 0001 Appearances: Avengers #212

He covered the night shift at a Medical Center in the West Side with Dr. Donald Blake and was fascinated by him hoping he would notice her as a woman and not just professionally.[71]

Wilson (MPDC) (Earth-616) from Avengers Spotlight Vol 1 39 001 Appearances: Avengers Spotlight #39

An MPDC officer, Wilson arrested the Black Knight on charges of murder against two petty thieves who tried to steal inside a church and were killed with a sword but that finally the culprit turned out to be the Crusader.[72]

Wilson (Earth-616) from Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 278 0001 Appearances: Uncanny X-Men #278

Ms. Wilson was a soldier of W.H.O. in service to the control tower at the RAF Ruthymere base the day that Charles Xavier wearing a Shi'ar armor sneaked into the base to regain possession of the Blackbird[73].

Mrs. Wilson (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 322 001 Appearances: Daredevil #322

Mrs. Wilson was one of the flight passengers who were saved from a crazy gunman by Venom.[74]

Wilson (Earth-616) from Hellstorm Vol 1 8 0001 Appearances: Hellstorm #8

The corpse of the pedophile Mr. Wilson was possessed by the soul of an unnamed man.[75]

Wilson (Hoodlum) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 396 001 Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #396

Wilson was a street hood who told Daredevil all he knew about the Owl's comeback.[76]

Wilson (Drugstore) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 3 0001 Appearances: Peter Parker: Spider-Man Vol 2 #1 & Amazing Spider-Man Annual #3

One evening, Peter Parker came Mr. Wilson to buy some ice cream for him and Uncle Ben.[77]
Years later, drug store owner Mr. Wilson sold to Peter the medicine for Aunt May prescribed by Dr. Bromwell.[78]

Wilson (Earth-616) from Spider-Woman Vol 3 11 0001 Appearances: Spider-Woman Vol 3 #11

Wilson was one of Dr. Meridian's assistants who immediately stood up for him when Jessica Drew turned to the doctor sharply but Dr. Meridian told Wilson not to worry and that it was right to give her explanations.[79]

Wilson (Earth-616) from Nighthawk Vol 2 3 0001 Appearances: Nighthawk Vol 2 #3

Wilson was a gun trafficker who worked with corrupt Chicago Police Officer Frillo Moreletti, but was intercepted by Nighthawk during an operation involving an illegal arms sale for Detective Tom Dixon to various gangs in Chicago, and was killed during the scuffle.[80]


Winslow (Earth-616) from World of Suspense Vol 1 5 0001 Appearances: World of Suspense #5

Mr. Winslow was the head waiter where the immigrant Joe Martel worked, who with his singing managed to defeat a team of alien invaders.[81]

Winslow (Earth-616) from Fear Itself Vol 1 7 001
Appearances: Fear Itself #7

Winslow was one of Rick's new neighbors.[82]


Winston (Earth-616) from Marvel Mystery Comics Vol 1 17 0001 Appearances: Marvel Mystery Comics #17

Winston was a colleague of John Rand and friend of of Rand's son Rand during the 1940's. While in the Belgian Congo, his lawyer Alec Wright tried to take control of his Rand diamond mines, but Wright's plan was stopped by Ka-Zar and fell off a cliff to his death. Ka-Zar sent Winston back to England to insure that the profits from his family diamond mine would go toward the war relief fund in England.[83]


Winterton (Earth-616) from Skrull Kill Krew Vol 1 4 001 Appearances: Skrull Kill Krew #4

Mrs. Winterton was one of the citizens of Pleasant Valley. She noticed that the behavior of both her husband and son changed drastically, and she was later replaced by an Skrull like the rest of the citizens of the whole town.[84]


Wolfy (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 326 001 Appearances: Daredevil #326

Wolfy and Vic were confronted and defeated by Daredevil for operating a bogus cash machine on 32nd Street.[85]


Wright (Earth-616) from X-Force Vol 1 125 001 Appearances: X-Force #125, X-Force #127

Wright was sent by the CIA as liaison to X-Force. However, he hated and despised them, letting them know as soon as he introduced himself to the team.[86], [87]


Wrupp from Patsy Walker Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Patsy Walker #1

Mrs. Wrupp was a resident of Centerville.[88]


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

Wuu was Lord Zula's servant in the house of Sho-Onoru.[89]


Wylie (Earth-616) Human Fly Vol 1 8 Appearances: Human Fly #8

Mr. Wylie was a curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and was shot and killed by Copperhead.[90]


  1. Marvel Fanfare #47
  2. Amazing Adult Fantasy #14
  3. The Spectacular Spider-Man #231
  4. X-Men #127
  5. Amazing Spider-Man #316
  6. Daredevil: Battlin' Jack Murdock #1
  7. Defenders #17
  8. Amazing Spider-Man #201
  9. Spider-Woman Vol 4 #5
  10. Strange Tales #116
  11. Hulk Vol 4 #7-10
  12. Amazing Spider-Man #677
  13. Daredevil Vol 3 #8
  14. Amazing Spider-Man #318
  15. Strange Tales #110
  16. X-Men #2
  17. Amazing Spider-Man #252
  18. Punisher Holiday Special #1
  19. The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol 2 #27
  20. Sensational Spider-Man #0
  21. Patsy Walker #88
  22. Doctor Strange Vol 3 #1
  23. Power Man and Iron Fist #111
  24. Marvel Comics Presents #52
  25. Giant-Size Chillers #1
  26. Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #3
  27. 27.0 27.1 Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #2
  28. Marvel Mystery Comics #36
  29. Captain America Comics #20
  30. Marvel Mystery Comics #37
  31. Whip Wilson #9
  32. Marvel Tales #150
  33. Amazing Adventures #6
  34. Spider-Man #15
  35. Punisher/Captain America #2
  36. Meteor Man #1
  37. Spider-Man: The Lost Years #2
  38. X-Men Unlimited #49
  39. Mystic Arcana Magik #1
  40. Daredevil #33
  41. Daredevil #34
  42. Captain America #128
  43. Iron Man #225
  44. Blade Vol 4 #1
  45. Thor: Godstorm #1
  46. Thor: Godstorm #2
  47. Thor: Godstorm #3
  48. Iron Man #36
  49. Nick Fury vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. #4
  50. 4 #5
  51. 4 #6
  52. 4 #7
  53. Sentinel Squad O*N*E #3
  54. Avengers #1
  55. Avengers #13
  56. Journey into Mystery #125
  57. Web of Spider-Man #72
  58. Sub-Mariner #35
  59. Daredevil #164
  60. Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #27
  61. Wolverine Vol 2 #80
  62. Daring Mystery Comics #7
  63. Human Torch Comics #4
  64. Marvel Mystery Comics #80
  65. Journey into Mystery #15
  66. Kid Colt Outlaw #42
  67. 67.0 67.1 Outlaw Kid #19
  68. Tales of Suspense #2
  69. Two-Gun Kid #64
  70. Marvel Preview #6
  71. Avengers #212
  72. Avengers Spotlight #39
  73. Uncanny X-Men #278
  74. Daredevil #322
  75. Hellstorm #8
  76. Amazing Spider-Man #396
  77. Peter Parker: Spider-Man Vol 2 #1
  78. Amazing Spider-Man Annual #3
  79. Spider-Woman Vol 3 #11
  80. Nighthawk Vol 2 #3
  81. World of Suspense #5
  82. Fear Itself #7
  83. Marvel Mystery Comics #17
  84. Skrull Kill Krew #4
  85. Daredevil #326
  86. X-Force #125
  87. X-Force #127
  88. Patsy Walker #1
  89. Savage Sword of Conan #205
  90. Human Fly #8
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