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Marvel Legacy Handbook Bibliography

1960s: Acrobat to Zota


Last Updated: 2/22/06

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Acrobat

First Appearance: Strange Tales #106 (1963)
Significant Issues: Formed Torrid Twosome with Human Torch, turned on Human Torch (Strange Tales #106, 1963); posed as Captain America, defeated by Human Torch (Strange Tales #114, 1963); defeated by Human Torch and Captain America (Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #11, 1999)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Aggamon

First Appearance: Strange Tales #119 (1964)
Significant Issues: Challenged by Doctor Strange to free human captives, fought Strange in hours-long duel, defeated (Strange Tales #119, 1964)
Where Are They Now? As part of crowd of Lords of the Netherworlds, observed clash between Doctor Strange and Dormammu (Strange Tales #140-141, 1966); attempted to drain Clea of power, defeated, swore to aid her (Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme Annual #2, 1992); assisted in overthrowing Umar, banished by Dormammu (Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme #48, 1992)

Android Man

First Appearance and Origin: Fantastic Four #79 (1968)
Significant Issues: Attacked Ben Grimm, wrecked (Fantastic Four #79, 1968)
Where Are They Now? Sent by Enclave to fight FF, destroyed (Fantastic Four: The World´s Greatest Comic Magazine #1, 2001); similar robot held by Reanimator (Wolverine #149, 2000)

Asbestos Man

First Appearance and Origin: Strange Tales #111 (1963)
Significant Issues: Fought Human Torch (Strange Tales #111, 1963)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Avengers

First Appearance and Origin: Avengers #1 (1963)
Significant Issues: Hulk resignation, Pym became Giant-Man (Avengers #2, 1963); recruited Captain America (Avengers #4, 1964); first teamed with Fantastic Four (Fantastic Four #26, 1964); fought Baron Zemo’s Masters of Evil (Avengers #6-7, 9-10 and 15-16, 1964-1965); first fought Kang (Avengers #8, 1964); debut and demise of Wonder Man (Avengers #9, 1964); first fought Immortus (Avengers #10, 1964); introduction of Jarvis (Tales of Suspense #59, 1964); first teamed with X-Men (X-Men #9, 1965); Cap’s Kooky Quartet formed (Avengers #16, 1965); recruited and expelled Swordsman (Avengers #19-20, 1965); temporarily disbanded due to Amora and Josten (Avengers #21-22, 1965); first Pym Goliath, Collector (Avengers #28, 1966); became involved with Black Widow (Avengers #29-30, 1966); met Bill Foster, fought Sons of the Serpent (Avengers #32-33, 1966); tried to recruit Spider-Man with aid of Daredevil (Amazing Spider-Man Annual #3, 1966); took in Hercules (Avengers #38, 1967); all past and present members except Hulk and Swordsman united against Mandarin’s forces (Avengers Annual #1, 1967); recruited Hercules, fought Super-Adaptoid (Avengers #45, 1967); first met Black Knight (Avengers #47-48, 1967-1968); lost Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch (Avengers #49, 1968); recruited Black Panther, fought Grim Reaper (Avengers #52, 1968); Ultron’s Masters of Evil (Avengers #54-55, 1968); witnessed death of Bucky via time travel (Avengers #56, 1968); fought Scarlet Centurion (Avengers Annual #2, 1968); recruited Vision (Avengers #57-58, 1968); Pym’s Yellowjacket transformation, wedding of Pym and Wasp (Avengers #59-60, 1968-1969); allied with Doctor Strange and Black Knight against Ymir and Surtur (Avengers #61, 1969); faced Man-Ape (Avengers #62, 1969); Hawkeye became Goliath, Barney Barton slain (Avengers #63-65, 1969); faced Grandmaster/Kang/Squadron Sinister, recruited Black Knight (Avengers #69-71, 1969)
Where Are They Now? See Marvel Legacy: The 1970s Handbook and the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Teams 2005 & Avengers 2005

Beasts of Berlin

First Appearance and Origin: Tales to Astonish #60 (1964)
Significant Issues: Gorillas made intelligent by experimental ray projector, served communists, intelligence waned, ray projector destroyed by Giant-Man (Tales to Astonish #60, 1964)
Where Are They Now? Intellect restored, joined People’s Defense Force, allied with Hungarian communists and Quicksilver against the Avengers (West Coast Avengers #33-34 and 36, 1988)

Bull's Eye

First Appearance: Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #15 (1969)
Significant Issues: Shot Fury, shot by Dugan (Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #15, 1969)
Where Are They Now? Fury’s survival detailed (Avengers #72, 1970)

Burglar

First Appearance: Amazing Fantasy #15 (1962)
Significant Issues: Spider-Man allowed Burglar to escape at TV studio, Burglar killed Uncle Ben and was captured by Spider-Man (Amazing Fantasy #15, 1962); Peter recalled Spider-Man holding money as Burglar ran by (Amazing Spider-Man #50, 1967); Peter recalled Burglar escaping as Spider-Man arrived through a window (The Spectacular Spider-Man #1, 1968)
Where Are They Now? Peter mis-remembered the Burglar shooting at Spider-Man (Amazing Spider-Man #94, 1971); Aunt May witnessed the shooting (Amazing Spider-Man #200, 1980); Mary Jane spotted Spider-Man leaving the Parker house that night, figured out he was Peter (Amazing Spider-Man: Parallel Lives, 1989); story of Dutch Mallone and the treasure (Amazing Spider-Man #200, 1980); Burglar rented Parker home (Amazing Spider-Man #170, 1977); Burglar ripped Parker home apart, tracked Aunt May to Restwell Nursing Home, held Dr. Ludwig Rinehart (Mysterio)
at gunpoint (Amazing Spider-Man #193, 1979); Peter learned of Aunt May’s "death" (Amazing Spider-Man #195, 1979); Mysterio learned of treasure, captured Burglar (Amazing Spider-Man #198, 1979); Burglar escaped from Mysterio, revealed Aunt May was still alive, discovered Peter was Spider-Man, dropped dead of heart attack (Amazing Spider-Man #200, 1980); first appearance of Jessica Carradine (Sensational Spider-Man #0, 1996); Jessica discovered Spider-Man’s identity (Sensational Spider-Man #4, 1996); Jessica abandoned her planned revenge and left town (Sensational Spider-Man #6, 1996)

Captain America

First Appearance and Origin: Captain America Comics #1 (1941)
Significant Issues: Revived in modern times, joined the Avengers (Avengers #4, 1964); confronted Baron Zemo, witnessed his death, reorganized Avengers (Avengers #15-16, 1965); first met Sharon Carter (Tales of Suspense #75, 1966); first fought the Red Skull in modern era (Tales of Suspense #79-81, 1966); switched bodies with the Red Skull, met the Falcon (Captain America #115-119, 1969)
Where Are They Now? See the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Avengers 2004 & Golden Age 2004

Captain Marvel

First Appearance and Origin: Marvel Super-Heroes #12 (1967)
, Captain Marvel #16 (1969)
Significant Issues: Arrived on Earth, battled Sentry #459 (Marvel Super-Heroes #12, Captain Marvel #1, 1967-1968); Una slain (Captain Marvel #11, 1969); gained new costume (Captain Marvel #16, 1969); bonded with Rick Jones (Captain Marvel #17, 1969); Yon-Rogg died (Captain Marvel #18, 1969)
Where Are They Now? See Marvel Legacy: The 1970s Handbook and the Official Handbook of the marvel Universe: Book of the Dead 2004

Chili

First Appearance: Millie the Model #4 (1947)
Origin: Millie the Model #100 (1961); Millie the Model #113 (1963); Millie the Model #138 (1966)
Significant Issues: With Millie, encouraged mass communist defection (Millie the Model #54, 1954); first sent into space (Millie the Model #93, 1959); became invisible (Life with Millie #11, 1961); organized modeling strike (Millie the Model #106, 1962); convinced publishers to star her in comic book (Chili #3, 1969)
Where Are They Now? Used hypnotic power (Millie the Model #185, 1970); encountered ghosts (Mad About Millie #16, 1971); joined Millie´s modeling agency (Dazzler #34, 1984); co-hosted Avengers Parade (Avengers #10-11, 1998); younger Chili Seven seen (Marvel Valentine Special, 1997)

Collective Intelligence

First Appearance and Origin: Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #6 (1968)
Significant Issues: Plotted to destroy Earth and return home, destroyed by Cliff Randall (Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #6, 1968)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Colossus (robot)

First Appearance and Origin: Strange Tales #72 (1960)
Significant Issues: Created robot form, destroyed (Strange Tales #72, 1960)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Colossus (Vegan)

First Appearance and Origin: Tales to Astonish #58 (1964)
Significant Issues: Fought Giant-Man at Bora-Buru (Tales to Astonish #58, 1964)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Comrade X

First Appearance: Tales to Astonish #36 (1962)
Origin: Tales to Astonish #36 (1962)
Significant Issues: Captured by Ant-Man (Tales to Astonish #36, 1962)
Where Are They Now? With People’s Defense Force (West Coast Avengers #33-36, 1988)

Conquistador

First Appearance: X-Men #50 (1968)
Significant Issues: secretly observed Hank McCoy (X-Men #50, 1968); captured McCoy and parents (X-Men #51, 1968); blackmailed McCoy into stealing reactor (X-Men #52, 1969); opposed by X-Men, presumed killed in explosion (X-Men #53, 1969)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Crime-Master

First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man #26 (1965)
Significant Issues: Tried to take over mobs (Amazing Spider-Man #26, 1965); killed by police (Amazing Spider-Man #27, 1965)
Where Are They Now? Sent Terrier to watch Betty (Untold Tales of Spider-Man #12, 1996); sent Terrier to coerce Daily Bugle sale (Untold Tales of Spider-Man #15, 1996); sent Vulture to assassinate Wilson Fisk (Untold Tales of Spider-Man #20, 1997); used Super-Squad (Untold Tales of Spider-Man #23, 1997); alliance with Green Goblin detailed (Untold Tales of Spider-Man #25, 1997); Nick Lewis Jr. (Marvel Team-Up #40, 1975)

Crimson Dynamo

First Appearance and Origin: Tales of Suspense #46 (1963)
Significant Issues: Vanko developed armor, defected (Tales of Suspense #46, 1963); Boris and Widow sought Vanko (Tales of Suspense #52, 1964)
Where Are They Now? Nevsky built new Dynamo (Iron Man #21-22, 1970); Petrovitch acted as Dynamo (Champions #7-10, 1976-1977); Bukharin became Dynamo (Iron Man #109-111, 1978); Shatalov took armor (Soviet Super Soldiers #1, 1992); Stark wore armor, Shatalov stripped of it (Iron Man #316-317, 1995); Gavrilov found prototype (Crimson Dynamo #1-6, 2003-2004)

Crusher

First Appearance and Origin: Tales of Suspense #91 (1967)
Significant Issues: Gained power, subjected to centrifugal force ray (Tales of Suspense #91, 1967); apparently drowned (Iron Man #6, 1968)
Where Are They Now? Dr. Jakkelburr used the Crusher formula on Juan Aponte (Daredevil #119, 1975)

Daredevil

First Appearance and Origin: Daredevil #1 (1964)
Significant Issues: Fought Electro (Daredevil #2, 1964); fought Owl (Daredevil #3, 1964); fought Circus of Crime alongside Spider-Man (Amazing Spider-Man #16, 1964); fought Purple Man (Daredevil #4, 1964); fought Matador (Daredevil #5, 1964); fought Fellowship of Fear: Eel, Ox and Zoltan Drago alias Mister Fear (Daredevil #6, 1965); fought Namor, wore new costume (Daredevil #7, 1965); aided Fantastic Four against Doctor Doom (Fantastic Four #39-40, 1965); fought Stilt-Man (Daredevil #8, 1965); fought Klaus Kruger (Daredevil #9, 1965); routed Hydra forces and Attuma’s army during wedding of Mister Fantastic and Invisible Girl (Fantastic Four Annual #3, 1965); fought the Organization (Daredevil #10-11, 1965); during leave of absence from Nelson and Murdock, befriended Ka-Zar and fought Plunderer (Daredevil #12-14, 1966); fought Dr. Karl Stragg, the new Ox (Daredevil #15, 1966); manipulated into fighting Spider-Man by Masked Marauder, defeated Marauder alongside Spider-Man, learned Foggy was claiming to be Daredevil (Daredevil #16-17, 1966); fought Gladiator and Marauder’s men, convinced Foggy to stop posing as Daredevil (Daredevil #18-19, 1966); helped Avengers locate Spider-Man (Amazing Spider-Man Annual #3, 1966); fought Tri-Man, Gladiator and Marauder (Daredevil #22-23, 1966); fought Leap Frog, adopted triple identity as Mike Murdock, supposedly the real Daredevil (Daredevil #25, 1967); fought Stilt-Man and Masked Marauder, Marauder unmasked and killed (Daredevil #26-27, 1967); fought sight-stealing aliens (Daredevil #28, 1967); fought The Boss (Daredevil #29, 1967); fought Cobra and Mister Hyde, temporarily blinded (Daredevil #30-32, 1967); fought Beetle (Daredevil #33-34, 1967); fought Trapster and Doctor Doom alongside Fantastic Four, temporarily switched bodies with Doom (Daredevil #35-38 and Fantastic Four #73, 1967-1968); fought Exterminator and Unholy Three, faked Mike Murdock’s death (Daredevil #39-41, 1968); came out of retirement as "new" Daredevil, fought Jester (Daredevil #42, 1968); coped with resignation and departure of Karen Page, fought Captain America (Daredevil #43, 1968); framed for murder by Jester, defeated and unmasked Jester on TV, cleared own name (Daredevil #44-46, 1968); befriended Willie Lincoln, incriminated crime boss Biggie Benson (Daredevil #47, 1968); reunited with Karen, estranged from Foggy and Karen during Foggy’s election as D.A. (Daredevil #48, 1969); extended conflict with Starr Saxon alias Mister Fear, who seemingly died after discovering Daredevil’s true identity (Daredevil #49-55, 1969); aided by Black Panther, origin retold, faked Matt Murdock’s death (Daredevil #52-54, 1969); defeated Death’s Head, revealed dual identity to Karen (Daredevil #56-57, 1969); returned from "death" and became Special Assistant to District Attorney Foggy Nelson as Murdock, struggled to win Karen’s acceptance of his dual life, battled Crime Wave agents Stunt-Master and Torpedo (Daredevil #58-59, 1969)
Where Are They Now? See Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Daredevil 2004

Death's Head

First Appearance: Daredevil #56 (1969)
Origin: Daredevil #57 (1969)
Significant Issues: Threatened Karen and Mrs. Page, fought Daredevil, sacrificed self to save Karen (Daredevil #56-57, 1969)
Where Are They Now? Death-Stalker (Phillip Sterling)
impersonated Death’s Head (Ghost Rider #18/Daredevil #138, 1976)

Destroyer

First Appearance and Origin: Strange Tales #101 (1962)
Significant Issues: Threatened amusement park, defeated by Torch (Strange Tales #101, 1962)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Doctor Strange (Stephen Strange)

First Appearance: Strange Tales #110 (1963)
Origin: Strange Tales #115 (1963); Doctor Strange #169 (1968)
Significant Issues: First fought Dormammu (Strange Tales #126-127, 1964); embarked upon prolonged battle against Mordo and Dormammu (Strange Tales #130-141, 1965-1966); battled Zom, confronted Living Tribunal, saved Earth from destruction (Strange Tales #157-163, 1967); fought Nameless One (Doctor Strange #183, 1969)
Where Are They Now? See the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Marvel Knights 2005

Doctor Strange (criminal)

First Appearance: Tales of Suspense #41 (1963)
Significant Issues: Mind enhanced by lightning, escaped prison, established island base, threatened world with S-Bombs, fought Iron Man, defeated due to betrayal by daughter Carla, escaped (Tales of Suspense #41, 1963)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Exiles

First Appearance and Origin: Captain America #102 (1968)
Significant Issues: Revived 4th Sleeper (Captain America #102, 1968); fought Captain America, fled (Captain America #102-103, 1968); helped Red Skull find Cosmic Cube, betrayed (Captain America #115, 1969); fought Captain America and Falcon (Captain America #117-118, 1969)
Where Are They Now? Fought Dr. Doom, beaten (Astonishing Tales #4-5, 1971); Hauptmann employed by Tuatara (Iron Man #6, 1998)

Faceless Ones

First Appearance: Tales to Astonish #72, 1965 Significant Issues: Namor began quest (Tales to Astonish #70, 1965); Dorma banished to Faceless Ones (Tales to Astonish #72, 1965); Namor broke off quest to rescue Dorma (Tales to Astonish #73, 1965); Namor battled Faceless Ones (Tales to Astonish #74, 1965); Faceless Ones gave trident to Namor, disappeared (Tales to Astonish #75, 1966)
. Where Are They Now? Faceless Ones attacked Atlantis years before; banished by Dark God-worshipping Unforgiven Dead (Namor #38, 1993); returned along with Unforgiven Dead (Namor #33, 1992); attacked Tiger Shark, killed his wife Mara (Namor #34, 1993); ate defeated Unforgiven Dead (Namor #40, 1993)

Factor Three

First Appearance and Origin: (mentioned)
The X-Men #28 (1967); (seen)
The X-Men #37 (1967)
Significant Issues: Sent Banshee and Ogre to kidnap Prof X (The X-Men #28, 1967); revive Juggernaut to provide distraction to kidnap Prof X (The X-Men #32-33, 1967); location discovered by Banshee, Changeling sent robotic spider to find out what X-Men had learned (The X-Men #35, 1967); Factor Three and X-Men meet face-to-face, battle, true nature of Mutant Master revealed and he is killed, Factor Three disband (The X-Men #37-39, 1967)
Where Are They Now? Factor Three briefly reformed (Thunderbolts #33, 1999); abducted Sonny Baredo (Thunderbolts #55, 2001)

Fantastic Four

First Appearance and Origin: Fantastic Four #1 (1961)
Significant Issues: Gained powers, fought Mole Man (Fantastic Four #1, 1961); fought Skrulls (Fantastic Four #2, 1962); donned costumes (Fantasitc Four #3, 1962); met Sub-Mariner (Fantastic Four #4, 1962); fought Dr. Doom (Fantastic Four #5, 1962); met Alicia Masters (Fantastic Four #8, 1962); went to moon, fought Red Ghost, met Watcher (Fantastic Four #13, 1963); met Inhumans (Fantastic Four #44-47, 1965-1966); met Silver Surfer and Galactus (Fantastic Four #48-50, 1966); fought cosmic Doom (Fantastic Four #57-61, 1966-1967); birth of Reed and Sue´s son (Fantastic Four Annual #6, 1968)
Where Are They Now? See Marvel Legacy: The 1970s Handbook and the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Fantastic Four 2005

Forbidden Land

First Appearance: Avengers #30 (1966)
Origin: Avengers #31 (1966)
Significant Issues: Discovered by Goliath (Avengers #30, 1966); Flame of Life put out by the Avengers (Avengers #31, 1966)
Where Are They Now? Revealed to be El Dorado, Tyrannus took power of the Flame (Incredible Hulk #240-243, 1979-1980); new Keeper participated in genocide of the Moloids (Namor Annual #1, 1991)

Fox

First Appearance: Strange Tales Annual #2 (1963)
Significant Issues: Framed Spider-Man; defeated by Spider-Man and the Human Torch (Strange Tales Annual #2, 1963)
Where Are They Now? In charge of HYDRA’s Administration Division (Daredevil #119-123, 1973); planned revenge on Spider-Man and Human Torch, defeated the same way as before (Spider-Man Unlimited #5, 1994)

Freak

First Appearance: (as Hogan)
Tales of Suspense #45 (1963); (as Freak)
Tales of Suspense #74 (1966)
Significant Issues: First transformed into the Freak, fought Iron Man, restored to human form (Tales of Suspense #74-76, 1966); again transformed and fought Iron Man, again restored (Iron Man #3-4, 1968)
Where Are They Now? Subjected to the Collector´s attempted transformation (Iron Man #26, 1970); transformed into more powerful Freak form, fought Iron Man, again restored (Iron Man #84-85, 1976)

Gargantus

First Appearance and Origin: Tales of Suspense #40 (1963)
Significant Issues: Conquered Granville, destroyed by Iron Man (Tales of Suspense #40, 1963)
Where Are They Now? Creators sent robots against Iron Man and Captain America (Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #5-6, 1999)

Gargoyle (Yuri Topolov)

First Appearance and Origin: Incredible Hulk #1 (1962)
Significant Issues: Captured Hulk, committed suicide (Incredible Hulk #1, 1962)
Where Are They Now? Son the Gremlin first appeared (Incredible Hulk#163, 1973); island base revealed to have been remade by Ulysses Bloodstone into Bloodstone Island (Rampaging Hulk #3, 1977)

Gnome

First Appearance and Origin: Tales to Astonish #94 (1967)
Significant Issues: Dragorr trapped Namor; discovered to be robot controlled by the Gnome; destroyed and Gnome captured. (Tales to Astonish #94, 1967)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Hidden Man

First Appearance: Tales to Astonish #67 (1965)
Significant Issues: Fought Giant-Man and Wasp, removed from Earth by his people to face punishment (Tales to Astonish #67, 1965)
Where Are They Now? Among alien criminals unleashed on Earth, fought Triathlon (Maximum Security #2, 2000)

Hulk

First Appearance and Origin: Incredible Hulk #1 (1962)
Significant Issues: Became the Hulk (Incredible Hulk #1, 1962); first became Hulk during daytime (Incredible Hulk #3, 1962); founded Avengers (Avengers #1, 1963); quit Avengers (Avengers #2, 1963); learned changes were due to stress (Tales to Astonish #60, 1964); identity revealed (Tales to Astonish #77, 1966)
Where Are They Now? See Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Hulk 2004

Hurricane

First Appearance and Origin: Two-Gun Kid #70 (1964)
Significant Issues: Gained powers, fought Two-Gun Kid (Two-Gun Kid #70, 1964)
Where Are They Now? Fought Ghost Rider (Carter Slade)
(Western Gunfighters #3, 1971); teamed with Iron Mask against Rawhide Kid, Phantom Rider (Lincoln Slade)
, Two-Gun Kid and Avengers (West Coast Avengers #18, 1987)

Infant Terrible

First Appearance: Fantastic Four #24 (1964)
Significant Issues: Visited Earth (Fantastic Four #24, 1964)
Where Are They Now? Impersonated by Skrull (Fantastic Four Annual #19, 1985); aided Power Pack (Power Pack #56-62, 1990-1991); met Rasmus and Zembla (Special-Zembla #152-153, 2000)

Iron Man

First Appearance and Origin: Tales of Suspense #39 (1963)
Significant Issues: Became Iron Man (Tales of Suspense #39, 1963); founded Avengers (Avengers #1, 1963); redesigned armor (Tales of Suspense #48, 1963); heart operated on (Iron Man #18)
Where Are They Now? See Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Avengers 2004

Iron Mask

First Appearance and Origin: Kid Colt, Outlaw #110 (1963)
Significant Issues: First fought Kid Colt (Kid Colt, Outlaw #110, 1963); built full body armor (Kid Colt, Outlaw #114, 1964); fought Kid Colt and Rawhide Kid (Kid Colt, Outlaw #121, 1965); formed Circus of Crime (Kid Colt, Outlaw #127, 1966)
Where Are They Now? Formed gang of the Living Totem, Hurricane, Rattler, Red Raven, Fat Man and Dr. Danger, beaten by Avengers, Rawhide Kid, Two-Gun Kid and Phantom Rider (Lincoln Slade)
(West Coast Avengers #18, 1987)

Ixar

First Appearance: Avengers #36 (1967)
Origin: Avengers #37 (1967)
Significant Issues: Abducted Avengers, true form exposed by Hawkeye, freed Avengers and departed under threat of death from Black Widow (Avengers #36-37, 1967)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Jack O'Diamonds

First Appearance: (As Jack O’Diamonds)
X-Men #39 (1967); (as Living Diamond)
X-Men #41 (1968)
Origin: X-Men #40 (1968)
Significant Issues: Forced Scott Summers to work for him (X-Men #40, 1967); opposed by Xavier, transformed into Living Diamond (X-Men #41, 1968); diamond body shattered (X-Men #42, 1968)
Where Are They Now? Briefly resurrected in the X-Humed (Sensational She-Hulk #34-35, 1992)

Juniper, Junior

First Appearance: Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #1 (1963)
Origin: Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #34 (1966); Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #44 (1967)
Significant Issues: Junior chosen to join Howling Commandos (Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #34, 1966); Junior created idea for Operation Gideon which earned "Howling Commandos" nickname (Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #44, 1967); Howlers rescued French Resistance leader (Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #1, 1963); Junior’s idea to surrender led to destruction of Nazi atomic base (Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #2, 1963); Howlers rescued division at Massacre Mountain (Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #3, 1963); Junior killed in action (Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #4, 1963); D-Day portrait of Howlers with soldier resembling Junior (Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #1, 1963); Fury remembered only three missions with Junior (Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos King-Size Special #5, 1969)
Where Are They Now? Great-nephew Roger "Buddy" Juniper revealed; killed by Minotaur (Hercules and the Heart of Chaos #2, 1997)

Kulla

First Appearance and Origin: Tales to Astonish #41 (1963)
Significant Issues: Brought scientists to his dimension, killed by Ant-Man (Tales to Astonish #41, 1963)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Kurrgo

First Appearance: Fantastic Four #7 (1962)
Significant Issues: Recruited Fantastic Four to save planet (Fantastic Four #7, 1962)
Where Are They Now? With Leader, caused Thing/Hulk contest (Marvel Feature #11, 1973)

Legion of Living Lightning

First Appearance: Tales to Astonish #97 (1967)
Significant Issues: Hulk meets Living Lightning, group destroyed (Tales to Astonish #97-99, 1967-1968)
Where Are They Now? Santos became Living Lightning (Avengers West Coast #63, 1990); group resurfaced (Nick Fury’s Howling Commandos #1-, 2005-2006)

Living Brain

First Appearance and Origin: Amazing Spider-Man #8 (1964)
Significant Issues: Accidentally started up by the two technicians, ran amuck in Midtown High; defeated by Spider-Man (Amazing Spider-Man #8, 1964)
Where Are They Now? Apparently stolen and used for crimes by the two technicians; stopped by Spider-Man (Peter Parker: Spider-Man #20, 2000); rebuilt by Steve Perry; rampaged through Midtown High; short-circuited by Spider-Man (Web of Spider-Man #35, 1988); Steve Perry became Phreak (Web of Spider-Man #36, 1988)

Mad Pharaoh

First Appearance and Origin: Tales of Suspense #44 (1963)
Significant Issues: Revived in present, fought Iron Man in past, killed (Tales of Suspense #44, 1963)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Madame Macabre

First Appearance and Origin: Tales to Astonish #66 (1965)
Significant Issues: Plotted to steal Giant-Man’s size-changing secrets, captured by Giant-Man and Wasp (Tales to Astonish #66, 1965)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Magician

First Appearance: Tales to Astonish #56 (1964)
Significant Issues: Robbed society party, captured Wasp, defeated by Giant-Man and Wasp (Tales to Astonish #56, 1964); attacked Wasp, captured by her (Tales to Astonish #58, 1964)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Mechano

First Appearance: Strange Tales #86 (1961)
Significant Issues: Created by Hopkins and Briggs, went on destructive rampage, drove off alien invaders, destroyed by police (Strange Tales #86, 1961)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Mekano

First Appearance and Origin: X-Men #36 (1967)
Significant Issues: Battled X-Men, made peace with father (X-Men #36, 1967)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Mister Rasputin

First Appearance and Origin: Strange Tales #145 (1966)
Significant Issues: Gathered international intelligence, shot Doctor Strange, defeated by him (Strange Tales #145, 1966)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Mogul of the Mystic Mountain

First Appearance: Thor #137 (1967)
Significant Issues: Saguta perished, Hogun challenged Mogul (Thor #137, 1967); Asgardians battled Ogur (Thor #138, 1967); Jinni Devil faded away (Thor #140, 1967); Alibar sentenced, Satan’s Forty Horsemen conjured (Thor #141, 1967); spotted plague prepared (Thor #142, 1967); Volstagg conquered Mutaurus (Thor #143, 1967); Volstagg conquered Satan’s Forty Horsemen (Thor #144, 1967); Mogul defeated, Alibar made ruler (Thor #145, 1967)
Where Are They Now? Mogul, Ogur, Jinni Devil, Mutaurus, Satan’s Forty Horsemen returned; defeated by Asgardians; Mogul trapped in Alaeddin’s lamp (Thor #474, 1994)

Nebulos

First Appearance: Strange Tales #161 (1967)
Significant Issues: Manipulated Doctor Strange into empowering the Staff of Polar Power, fought the Living Tribunal, seemingly destroyed (Strange Tales #161-163, 1967)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Organizer

First Appearance: Daredevil #10 (1965)
Significant Issues: Formed and led criminal Organization, plotted to control New York politics through the Reform Party, thwarted and exposed by Daredevil (Daredevil #10-11, 1965)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Overlord

First Appearance and Origin: Silver Surfer #6 (1969)
Significant Issues: Encountered time-traveling Silver Surfer, timeline erased (1969)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Painter of a Thousand Perils

First Appearance and Origin: Strange Tales #108 (1963)
Significant Issues: Attempted to destroy Human Torch, defeated (Strange Tales #108, 1963); Where Are They Now? Attacked by Tobin (Ultimate Super-Villains, 1996); Led Avant Guard, exploded in a shower of cockroaches (Web of Spider-Man #74-76, 1991)

Phantom

First Appearance: Tales of Suspense #63 (1965)
Significant Issues: Attempted to destroy Stark Industries, captured and exposed by Iron Man (Tales of Suspense #63, 1965)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Possessors

First Appearance: Strange Tales #118 (1964)
Origin: Unrevealed Significant Issues: Invaded Bavarian Alps, driven out by Dr. Strange (Strange Tales #118, 1964)
Where Are They Now? Invaded Colorado, driven out by Dr. Strange (Doctor Strange: Sorceror Supreme #26-27, 1991)

Protector

First Appearance: Tales to Astonish #37 (1962)
Significant Issues: Embarked on crime spree, defeated by Ant-Man (Tales to Astonish #37, 1962)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Rabble Rouser

First Appearance and Origin: Strange Tales #119 (1964)
Significant Issues: Turned New York against the Torch; defeated by Torch and Prince Nagamo (Strange Tales #119, 1964)
Where Are They Now? Name revealed as Dr. Weinberg; worked for S.H.I.E.L.D., leading the team that counteracted Wolverine’s brainwashing. (Wolverine #26-28, 2005; Wolverine #30, 2005)

Replicus

First Appearance and Origin: Thor #141 (1967)
Significant Issues: Sent on crime spree, deactivated (Thor #141, 1967)
Where Are They Now? Second Replicus fought Thor (Thor #9, 1999); aided Thor against Dark Gods (Thor #12, 1999)

Ringo Kid

First Appearance and Origin: Ringo Kid #1 (1954)
Significant Issues: Birth, death of mother (Ringo Kid #1, 1954); fought Dr. Saturn (Ringo Kid #8, 1955)
Where Are They Now? Aided Rawhide Kid, Two-Gun Kid, Night Rider (Carter Slade)
, Kid Colt and Avengers against Kang (Avengers #141-143, 1975-1976)

Sandu

First Appearance and Origin: Journey into Mystery #91 (1963)
Significant Issues: Gained power from Loki, defeated by Thor (Journey into Mystery #91, 1963)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

S.H.I.E.L.D.

First Appearance: Strange Tales #135 (1965)
Origin: Unrevealed Significant Issues: Fought Hydra (Strange Tales #135-140, 1965-1966); fought Fixer and Mentallo (Strange Tales #141-143, 1966); fought the Druid (Strange Tales #144-146, 1966); fought A.I.M (Strange Tales#147-149, 1966); fought Baron Strucker (Strange Tales #150-158, 1967); Fury assassinated (Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #15, 1969)
Where Are They Now? See the All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z #10

Silver Surfer

First Appearance: Fantastic Four #48 (1966)
Origin: Silver Surfer #1 (1968)
Significant Issues: Came to Earth, turned against Galactus (Fantastic Four #48-50, 1966); power stolen by Dr. Doom (Fantastic Four #57-61, 1966-1967); fought Hulk (Tales to Astonish #93-94); led Galactus to another world (Fantastic Four #72, 74-77, 1968); first fought Mephisto (Silver Surfer #3, 1968); befriended Al B. Harper (Silver Surfer #5, 1969)
Where Are They Now? See the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Fantastic Four 2005

Sorcerer (Human Torch foe)

First Appearance: Strange Tales #109 (1963)
Significant Issues: Developed grudge against Human Torch, committed crime spree with Pandora´s Box, defeated by Torch (Strange Tales #109, 1963)
Where Are They Now? Name revealed as Dorian Murdstone (Fantastic Four Encyclopedia, 2004)

Sorcerer (Spider-Man foe)

First Appearance and Origin: Marvel Super-Heroes #14 (1968)
Significant Issues: Nearly defeated Spider-Man; mind destroyed by ringing of doorbell (Marvel Super-Heroes #14, 1968)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Space Parasite

First Appearance and Origin: Incredible Hulk #103 (1968)
Significant Appearances: Battled Hulk, stranded in space (Incredible Hulk #103, 1968)
Where Are They Now? Part of Collector´s Prisonworld collection, encountered Wolverine, Galactus (Wolverine #136-138, 1999)

Spider-Man

First Appearance: Amazing Fantasy #15 (1962)
Origin: Amazing Fantasy #15 (1962); Amazing Spider-Man #50 (1967); Spectacular Spider-Man Magazine #1 (1968)
Significant Issues: Attempted to join the Fantastic Four, first J. Jonah Jameson and John Jameson, fought Chameleon (Amazing Spider-Man #1, 1963); fought Vulture (Amazing Spider-Man #2, 1963); fought Doctor Octopus (Amazing Spider-Man #3, 1963); fought Sandman (Amazing Spider-Man #4, 1963); fought Lizard (Amazing Spider-Man #6, 1963); fought Electro (Amazing Spider-Man #9, 1964); fought Mysterio (Amazing Spider-Man #13, 1964); fought Green Goblin (Amazing Spider-Man #14, 1964); fought Kraven the Hunter (Amazing Spider-Man #15, 1964); fought Scorpion (Amazing Spider-Man #20, 1965); fought Spider-Slayer (Amazing Spider-Man #25, 1965); graduated high school (Amazing Spider-Man #28, 1965); met Harry Osborn and Gwen Stacy (Amazing Spider-Man #31, 1965); unmasked by Green Goblin (Amazing Spider-Man #39, 1966); fought Kingpin (Amazing Spider-Man #41, 1966); fought Shocker (Amazing Spider-Man #46, 1966); quits being Spider-Man, fought Kingpin (Amazing Spider-Man #50, 1967); death of Frederick Foswell, fought Joe Robertson (Amazing Spider-Man #52, 1967); fought Capt. Stacy (Amazing Spider-Man #56, 1968); Silvermane reverse aged to nothingness (Amazing Spider-Man #75, 1969); fought Prowler (Amazing Spider-Man #79, 1969)
Where Are They Now? See the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Spider-Man 2004 & Spider-Man 2005

Sub-Mariner

First Appearance: Motion Picture Funnies Weekly #1 (1939)
Significant Issues: Revived in modern era, swore vengeance on surface world, first fought Fantastic Four (Fantastic Four #4, 1962); reunited with Atlanteans (Fantastic Four Annual #1, 1963); fought Avengers, freed Captain America (Avengers #3-4, 1964); declared King of Atlantis (Tales to Astonish #76, 1966); regained full memories (Sub-Mariner #1, 1968)
Where Are They Now? See the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Avengers 2004 & Golden Age 2004

Sun-Stealer

First Appearance and Origin: Tales of Suspense #55 (1964)
Significant Issues: Attempted theft of Earth´s sun, died on moon (Tales of Suspense #55, 1964)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Supremus

First Appearance and Origin: Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #8 (1969)
Significant Issues: World-conquering plot foiled by Nick Fury and Fatima (Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #8, 1969)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Tazza

First Appearance: Strange Tales #144 (1966)
Significant Issues: Dimension invaded by Dr. Strange, beaten by him (Strange Tales #144, 1966)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Terrible Trio

First Appearance and Origin: Fantastic Four #23 (1964)
Significant Issues: Empowered by Dr. Doom (Fantastic Four #23, 1964); returned to seek revenge on Torch (Strange Tales #122, 1964); sent to prison by Thing (Strange Tales #129, 1965)
Where Are They Now? Vs. Thing and Impossible Man (Marvel Two-in-One #60, 1980)

Thermal Man

First Appearance and Origin: Thor #168 (1969)
Significant Issues: Sent to America, fought Balder, Thor, Warriors Three, frozen (Thor #168-170, 1969)
Where Are They Now? Killed Professor Chen, sent to Jotunheim by Thor (Thor Annual #15, 1990); controlled by Loki, fought armies of Asgard (Marvel Super-Heroes #9, 1992); reprogrammed by Redfield Electronics, destroyed by Thunderstrike and Code: Blue (Thunderstrike #14-15, 1994)

Thing (Imposter)

First Appearance: Fantastic Four #50 (1966)
Origin: Fantastic Four #51 (1966)
Significant Issues: Plotted against Fantastic Four, jealous of Reed Richards, captured Thing, transformed himself into a facsimile of Thing, infiltrated Fantastic Four, participated in Reed’s Negative Zone experiment, realized Richards was a selfless hero, endangered Reed by hesitating to assist him, sacrificed himself to save Reed (Fantastic Four #50-51, 1966)
Where Are They Now? Name revealed as Ricardo Jones, re-creation of duplicator and death of brother Armand (Web of Spider-Man #69-70, 1990)

Thor

First Appearance and Origin: Journey into Mystery #83 (1962)
Significant Issues: Found hammer in Norway, became Thor (Journey into Mystery #83, 1962); first fought Loki (Journey into Mystery #85, 1962); founded Avengers (Avengers #1, 1963); Jane briefly made a goddess (Thor #136, 1967); learned true origins (Thor #158-159, 1968)
Where Are They Now? See the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Avengers 2004 & Book of the Dead 2004

Time Master

First Appearance and Origin: Tales to Astonish #43 (1963)
Significant Issues: Fired for being too old, invented aging ray, terrorized Center City, battled Ant-Man, relented after accidentally aging grandson, released by courts, rehired by employer (Tales to Astonish #43, 1963)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Toro

First Appearance and Origin: Tales to Astonish #54 (1964)
Significant Issues: Became ruler of Santo Rico, exposed as communist agent by Giant-Man and Wasp, deposed (Tales to Astonish #54, 1964)
Where Are They Now? Joined People’s Defense Force, allied with Hungarian communists and Quicksilver against the Avengers, began coating horns of helmet with fast-acting poison (West Coast Avengers #33-34 and 36, 1988)

Trago

First Appearance and Origin: Tales to Astonish #47 (1963)
Significant Issues: Fired for theft after capture by Ant-Man and Wasp, sent to India, studied with Ghazandi, formed a band, robbed audiences, hypnotized much of New York City through a TV broadcast, defeated by Ant-Man and Wasp, stripped of hypnotic powers and resumed musical career (Tales to Astonish #47, 1963)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Triumvirate of Terror

First Appearance and Origin: Avengers #39 (1967)
Significant Issues: Outfitted and assembled by Mad Thinker, ambushed and captured Avengers, defeated by Hercules and Avengers (Avengers #39, 1967)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Tumbler

First Appearance and Origin: Tales of Suspense #83 (1966)
Significant Issues: Fought Adaptoid and Captain America, defeated (Tales of Suspense #83, 1966)
Where Are They Now? Murdered by Secret Empire, Captain America framed (Captain America #169, 1974); brother became new Tumbler (Captain America #291, 1984)

Vulture (Blackie Drago)

First Appearance and Origin: Amazing Spider-Man #48 (1967)
Significant Issues: Blackie Drago tricked Vulture into giving up wings; defeated Spider-Man (Amazing Spider-Man #48, 1967); battled Kraven the Hunter; stunned unconscious by paralyzer ray (Amazing Spider-Man #49, 1967); bested by Vulture; gave up wings for good (Amazing Spider-Man #63, 1968)
Where Are They Now? Predecessor Vulture’s real name revealed as Adrian Toomes (Amazing Spider-Man #224, 1982); Peter misremembered Vulture as poisoned in prison cafeteria, Blackie escaping in laundry bin with Kraven, date of battle with Blackie (Spider-Man: Blue #4, 2002); Admitting that the fever he had at the time may have affected his recall, Peter misremembered many details and events, among them that the Vulture was poisoned by Blackie Drago in the prison cafeteria, that Blackie was smuggled out of prison by Kraven the Hunter, and that Spider-Man defeated Blackie and the Vulture together. Peter also remembered his battle with Blackie as taking place on the day he moved into Harry Osborn’s apartment and the battle between Blackie and the Vulture as taking place the following day even though he had actually lived with Harry for some time and the Vulture did not emerge from hiding until much later (Spider-Man: Blue #5, 2002); first appearance of Brenda Drago (Spider-Girl #18, 2000)

Walker, Patsy

First Appearance: Miss America #2 (1944)
Significant Issues: Appeared in "Kid Colt" TV series (Patsy Walker #77, 1958); first met Millie the Model (Patsy Walker #92, 1960); encountered unnamed genie (Patsy Walker #104, 1962); took job at Daily Globe (Patsy Walker #116, 1964); helped Burt Chesney (Patsy and Hedy #109, 1966)
Where Are They Now? See the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Women of Marvel 2005 (Hellcat)

Warlord Wrogg

First Appearance: Tales of Suspense #58 (1964)
Significant Issues: Tried to destroy Watcher; killed by Watcher. (Tales of Suspense #58, 1964)
Where Are They Now? Wrogg’s race revealed as Morani from Andromeda galaxy (The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #7, 1983)

Wobbows

First Appearance: Tales to Astonish #51 (1964)
Significant Issues: The Wasp´s story (Tales to Astonish #51, 1964)
Where Are They Now? With Intergalactic Council, sided against Earth (Maximum Security: Dangerous Planet, 2000)

Wrecker (Kort)

First Appearance: Fantastic Four #12 (1963)
Significant Issues: Sabotaged military projects and facilities, framed Hulk for crimes, captured Rick Jones, fought Hulk and Fantastic Four, captured and exposed as Wrecker (Fantastic Four #12, 1963)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Wrecker (Smith)

First Appearance and Origin: Tales to Astonish #63 (1965)
Significant Issues: Led gang of extortionists in terrorizing local businesses, captured by Giant-Man and Wasp (Tales to Astonish #63, 1965)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

X-Men

First Appearance and Origin: The X-Men #1 (1963)
Significant Issues: First fought Magneto (X-Men #1, 1963); first skirmishes with Brotherhood (X-Men #4-7, 1964); first visit to Savage Land (X-Men #10, 1965); Stranger takes Magneto and Toad (X-Men #11, 1965); first fight against Juggernaut (X-Men #12-13, 1965); first battles with Sentinels (X-Men #14-16, 1965-1966); Mimic joins team (X-Men #27, 1966); first encounter with Factor Three (X-Men #28, 1967); Mimic loses powers, leaves team (X-Men #29, 1967); Factor Three help revive Juggernaut, kidnap Professor X (X-Men #32-33, 1967); Factor Three defeated (X-Men #37-39, 1967); battle Grotesk, Professor X dies (X-Men #41-42, 1968); X-Men disband (X-Men #46, 1968); team reforms, fights faux Magneto (X-Men #49-52, 1968-1969); return of Sentinels (X-Men #57-59, 1969); battle Magneto in Savage Land (X-Men #62-63, 1969)
Where Are They Now? See Marvel Legacy: The 1970s Handbook and the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Teams 2005 & X-Men 2005

Zaxton

First Appearance and Origin: Journey into Mystery #95 (1963)
Significant Issues: Created duplicate of Thor, fell to death, replaced by double (Journey into Mystery #95, 1963)
Where Are They Now? No further data available

Zemu

First Appearance: Strange Tales #103 (1962)
Significant Issues: Sought to conquer the Earth, defeated by the Human Torch, replaced by Phineas (Strange Tales #103, 1962)
Where Are They Now? Attempted to conquer Attilan, defeated by Fantastic Four (Fantastic Four #158-159, 1975)

Zom

First Appearance: Strange Tales #156 (1967)
Significant Issues: Released from the amphora, drove off Umar (Strange Tales #156, 1967); drive off Earth by Living Tribunal (Strange Tales #157, 1967)
Where Are They Now? Miniature Zomling escaped amphora, recaptured by Dr. Strange (Dr. Strange #20, 1990)

Zota

First Appearance: Strange Tales #124 (1964)
Significant Issues: Overthrew Marc Antony, stopped by Dr. Strange, lost knowledge of magic (Strange Tales #124, 1964)
Where Are They Now? Attempted to claim Scroll of the Vishanti, stopped by Dr. Strange (Dr. Strange #33, 1991)


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