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Quote1 Queens gets a bad rap... there's some nice neighborhoods in Queens. Quote2
Marcus Baldry[src]


Queens is the largest of the five boroughs of New York City and is located to the north of Brooklyn. It covers roughly 109 square miles of western Long Island and includes a few smaller islands, most of which are in Jamaica Bay and form part of Gateway National Recreation Area.

It is also primarily residential but not without its important manufacturing, distribution and transportation facilities as Queens is home to both John F. Kennedy and La Guardia International Airports. Manufacturers of paints, metals, textiles, and paper products are located here.

Like Brooklyn, the neighborhoods of Queens are diverse and distinct with large Hispanic neighborhoods such as Little Columbia and many African American areas. Other ethnic groups in the groups populating the neighborhoods of Queens include Irish, Italians, Jews, Chinese, and Koreans.

When Black Bolt confronted Thanos in hopes of preventing the Mad Titan's invasion of Earth in the search of his son, he unleashed a powerful attack that triggered a Terrigen Bomb and destroyed Attilan in the process.[3] The resultant Terrigen Cloud released in New York City struck Queens and transformed Humans of Inhuman descent including The Exile.[4]


In this reality, Peter Parker lived with his Aunt May for some time in a home in Queens.[5]

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In Earth-10113519, Queens was destroyed during a nuclear war, being renamed Queens Crater. When Lord Spider stole the last sample of nonirradiated human DNA, he was chased across the crater by the X-Men.[2]

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