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#4 Damon Dran to Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg and Holliway


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Dran, Damon

First Appearance: Daredevil #92 (1972)
Origin: Daredevil #90 & 94 (1972)
Significant Issues: Sought globe, empowered, lost powers when globe destroyed (Daredevil #92-94, 1972); plotted against Black Widow, island base exploded (Marvel Fanfare #10-13, 1983-1984); ran kidnapping ring, exposed & defeated by Avengers, Diamondback/Rachel Leighton, & Americop (Captain America #428-430, 1994)

Ego

First Appearance: Thor #132 (1966)
Origin: Fantastic Four #235 (1981)
Significant Issues: In Black Galaxy, vs Thor (Thor #132-133, 1966); alongside Thor, vs Galactus, made himself Wanderers' home (Thor #160-161, 1969); portion of Ego used to create Ego-Prime (Thor #201, 1972); went mad, vs Thor, Firelord, Hercules & Galactus (Thor #226-228, 1974); came to Earth's solar system in search of Galactus, driven away by Fantastic Four (Fantastic Four #234-235, 1981); consumed Dire Wraiths, vs Rom & Spaceknights (Rom #69, 1985); alongside Elders of the Universe, vs Silver Surfer (Silver Surfer #4, 1987); vs Silver Surfer (Silver Surfer #22, 1989); vs Beta Ray Bill (Thor Annual #16, 1991); consumed by bio-verse (Thor #448-450, 1992); driven mad by Supreme Intelligence, vs Professor X & Cadre K (Maximum Security: Dangerous Planet, 2000); sent to Earth as an "infant" (Iron Man #34, 2000); began to consume Earth, absorbed into Quasar (Maximum Security #1-3, 2000-2001); opposed Thanos (Marvel Universe: The End #5-6, 2003)

8-Ball

First Appearance: Sleepwalker #2 (1991)
Significant Issues: First encountered Sleepwalker (Sleepwalker #2, 1991); played pool with Oddball at Bar With No Name (Captain America #395, 1991); defeated Sleepwalker in battle (Sleepwalker #19, 1992); held contest with Hobgoblin (Sleepwalker #20-22, 1993); escaped Big House, recaptured by She-Hulk (She-Hulk #5-6, 2004); pulled heist from Ricadonna, killed by the Wrecker (Daughters of the Dragon #1-2, 2006)

Elements of Doom

First Appearance: Avengers #188 (1979)
Origin: Thunderbolts #7 (1997)
Significant Issues: Humans transformed into Elements of Doom, vs Avengers, seemingly destroyed (Avengers #188, 1979); Elements returned, renamed Masters of Alchemy, joined with Diablo, defeated by Avengers (Avengers Collector's Edition #1, 1993); pure non-human elements created by Khandruvitch, turned against their creator, plotted to transform all humanity into elemental slave drones, terrorized New York, vs Spider-Man, Daredevil, Heroes for Hire, New Warriors, Swordsman & Magdalene, destroyed by Thunderbolts (Thunderbolts #6-8, 1997); recreated by A.I.M., terrorized St. Louis, tried to kill Khandruvitch, destroyed by Avengers (Avengers #56, 2002)

Elf with a Gun

First Appearance: Defenders #25 (1975)
Significant Issues: Red-haired Elf shot Tom Pritchett in his California mobile home (Defenders #25, 1975); red-haired Elf posed as taxi driver & shot Charles Lester in Las Vegas (Defenders #31, 1976); red-haired Elf posed as an aged Native American & shot Stu in the Grand Canyon (Defenders #38, 1976); red-haired Elf shot unidentified woman hiding from the Hulk in ladies room in American Southwest (Defenders #40, 1976); red-haired Elf run over by truck while preparing to ambush Greg the paper boy (Defenders #46, 1977); white-haired Elf encountered KISS in the Land of Leftovers (Marvel Super Special #5, 1978); Time-Agent 334A-W Elf contacted Luann Bloom (Defenders #115, 1983); Time-Agent 334A-W Elf transported Luann across the dimensions (Defenders #117, 1983); Time-Agent 334A-W Elf brought Luann before the Tribunal (Defenders #118, 1983); Time-Agent 334A-W observed Luann's recording of Yandroth encounter (Defenders #119, 1983); Time-Agent #3127.9 Elf summoned original Defenders, transported them to the Tribunal, alongside Time-Agent #3121.10 where they were told they must disband or the Earth would be destroyed (Defenders #122-124/New Defenders #125, 1983); Relf allied with Circus of Crime (Spider-Man Team-Up #5, 1996); Relf attended auction of Venom symbiote (Marvel Knights: Spider-Man #6, 2004)

Elysius

First Appearance and Origin: Captain Marvel #59 (1978)
Significant Issues: Met Mar-Vell, fell in love with him, returned to Earth with him (Captain Marvel #59-62/Marvel Spotlight #1-3, 1978-1979); witnessed Mar-Vell's death (Marvel Graphic Novel #1: The Death of Captain Marvel, 1982); revealed to have created Genis, gave Genis his Nega-Bands (Silver Surfer Annual #6, 1993); began to suffer effects of disease (Captain Marvel #5-6, 1996); revealed how Genis saved her (Captain Marvel #14, 2001); seemingly killed by Syphonn (Warlock #1, 1998); revealed to be alive (Captain Marvel #32, 2002); confronted Genis, revealed how he had restored her to life (Captain Marvel #15-18, 2003-2004)

Emplate

First Appearance: (As Emplate) Generation X #1 (1994); (surname revealed) Generation X #12 (1996); (first name revealed) Generation X #24 (1997); (as M-Plate) Generation X #34 (1998)
Origin: Generation X #40 (1998); Generation X #58 (1999)
Significant Issues: Mutant nature manifested, killed mother (Generation X #58, 1999); trapped Monet in Penance form, banished to other dimension by twin sisters (Generation X #40, 1998); attacked Chamber, defeated by Generation X (Generation X #1, 1994); met with Edgerton (X-Men: Prime, 1995); formed Hellions (Generation X #10-11, 1995-1996); with Hellions, vs Generation X & Bishop (Generation X #12-14, 1996); visited M on Christmas Eve (Generation X #24, 1997); allied with Chimera (Generation X #33, 1997); merged with twins to become M-Plate (Generation X #34, 1998); with Chimera, vs Generation X, sought Universal Amalgamator, absorbed by Dirt Nap, separated from twins, escaped (Generation X #35-39, 1998); vs Generation X & Iceman, captured (Generation X #57, 1999); confronted by father (Generation X #58, 1999)

Epoch

First Appearance: Infinity Gauntlet #2 (1991)
Origin: Quasar #27 (1991)
Significant Issues: Born from egg, delivered by Quasar (Quasar #27, 1991); with cosmic entities, vs Thanos (Infinity Gauntlet #5-6, 1991); viewed Dimension of Manifestations (Quasar #37, 1992); began studies at University of Rus (Quasar #39, 1992); opposed Thanos (Marvel Universe: The End #4-5, 2003)

Equinox

First Appearance: (Cameo) Giant-Size Spider-Man #1 (1974); (fully) Marvel Team-Up #23 (1974)
Origin: Marvel Team-Up #60 (1977)
Significant Issues: Encountered Spider-Man during jewel robbery, escaped (Giant-Size Spider-Man #1, 1974); vs Human Torch & Iceman (Marvel Team-Up #23, 1974); test subject at Project: PEGASUS (Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Deluxe Edition #10, 1986); attended Vil-Anon meeting (Spider-Man Unlimited #12, 2006); became single father, struggled to cope with daughter's powers, became abusive, vs Falcon, aided by Falcon with his family problems (Marvel Comics Presents #147, 1994)

Ereshkigal

First Appearance: Thor #283 (1979)
Origin: Quasar #50 (1993)
Significant Issues: Invaded City of the Space Gods, vs Thor, defeated (Thor #283-284, 1979); first assumed form of H.D. Steckley (Quasar #30, 1992); befriended Kayla Ballantine (Quasar #35, 1992); tricked Kayla into giving her the Star Brand (Quasar #49, 1993); opposed Living Tribunal, destroyed herself (Quasar #50, 1993)

Eric the Red (Davan Shakari)

First Appearance: X-Men #97 (1976)
Significant Issues: Opposed X-Men & Lilandra (X-Men #97 & 103-105 & 107, 1976-1977); worked with Crystal Claws, opposed by Genis-Vell & X-Treme (Captain Marvel #2-3, 1996)

Eternal Brain

First Appearance and Origin: Red Raven Comics #1 (1940)
Significant Issues: Shot by Peg-Leg Martin, survived as disembodied brain, worked with Jim Fitzpatrick to stop Martin & Ulan Bator (Red Raven Comics #1, 1940); aided First Line during Halwan mission (Marvel: The Lost Generation #9, 2000); developed new homunculus form, became backer of First Line (Marvel: The Lost Generation #10, 2000); as First Line member, vs Nocturne (Marvel: The Lost Generation #11, 2000); participated in attack on Skrull fleet, killed in clash with Nocturne (Marvel: The Lost Generation #12, 2000)

Eternals

First Appearance: Red Raven Comics #1 (1940)
Origin: Captain Marvel #29 (1973); What If..? #22-28 (1981)
Significant Issues: Created by Celestials, Kronos' death, Titan founded (Captain Marvel #29/What If..? #23-25, 1973/1980-1981); Uranos founded (What If..? #26-28, 1981); met Thor (Thor Annual #7, 1977); Makkari sent to oppose Kro during 1940s (Red Raven Comics #1, 1940); Astarte & Electryon founded Damocles Foundation (X-Force #97, 1999); Eternals of Uranus gave quantum bands to Marvel Boy (Marvel Boy #1, 1950); Eternals of Uranus killed by Deathurge (Quasar #2, 1989); Makkari founded Monster Hunters (Marvel Universe #4-7, 1998); Pixie served in First Line (Marvel: The Lost Generation #12-1, 2000-2001); Titan conquered by Thanos, finally defeated by Captain Mar-Vell (Captain Marvel #25-33, 1973-1974); greeted fourth host, prevented Deviant attack (Eternals #1-6, 1976); formed Uni-Mind to investigate fourth host (Eternals #8-12, 1977); One Above All saved from Deviants by Forgotten One (Eternals #13, 1977); vs Hulk robot (Eternals #14-15, 1977); vs Dromedan (Eternals #16-17, 1977); Druig opposed fourth host (Eternals #18-19, 1977-1978); investigated New Lemuria with Thor (Thor #284-286, 1979); vs Hero (Thor #287-288, 1979); vs Olympians (Thor #291-292, 1980); vs fourth host, Zuras killed (Thor #300-301, 1980); Starfox joined Avengers (Avengers #232, 1983); Zuras' body destroyed (Iron Man Annual #6, 1983); most of Earth's Eternals departed Earth (Avengers #246-248, 1984); opposed Ghaur (Eternals #1-12, 1985-1986); Gilgamesh joined Avengers (Avengers #300, 1989); Sersi joined Avengers (Avengers #314, 1990); learned of Donald & Deborah Ritter (Eternals: The Herod Factor #1, 1991); formed "New Breed," Virako resurrected (New Eternals: Apocalypse Now #1, 2000)

Eternity

First Appearance: Strange Tales #138 (1965)
Significant Issues: Role in Galactus' origin revealed (Thanos #3, 2004); met Doctor Strange (Strange Tales #138, 1965); vs Dormammu (Strange Tales #146, 1966); imprisoned by Nightmare (Doctor Strange #180-183, 1969); spared Doctor Strange from Death (Doctor Strange #4, 1974); deranged by Nightmare, destroyed Earth, convinced by Ancient One to recreate it (Doctor Strange #10-13, 1975-1976); sensed threat of Korvac (Avengers #177, 1978); errant selves returned by Defenders (Defenders #92, 1981); revealed purpose of Galactus to Intergalactic Council (Fantastic Four #262, 1984); opposed Beyonder (Secret Wars II #6-7, 1985-1986); revealed how it caused war between Kree & Skrulls (Silver Surfer #10, 1988); connection to Infinity revealed (Quasar #25, 1991); opposed Thanos, bested by Infinity Gauntlet (Infinity Gauntlet #5, 1991); failed in attempt to claim Infinity Gems (Warlock & the Infinity Watch #1, 1992); prepared with other abstracts to oppose Edifice Rex (Damage Control #4, 1991); rendered comatose by Magus (Infinity War #1, 1992); with Infinity, defeated Magus (Infinity War #6, 1992); aided Adam Warlock in recovery from ordeal with Magus (Warlock & the Infinity Watch #14-15, 1993); accepted challenge from Doctor Strange (Doctor Strange: Sorceror Supreme #54, 1993); Shakti met Silver Surfer, returned to Eternity (Marvel Holiday Special 1994); with Avengers, opposed Infinites (Avengers Infinity #4, 2000); with Infinity, witnessed death of Atlez (Infinity Abyss #3-6, 2002); opposed Thanos when he obtained Heart of the Infinite (Marvel Universe: The End #3-6, 2003); slain & replaced by Entropy (Captain Marvel #5-6, 2003); power stolen by Dormammu (Defenders #2-3, 2005)

Eurotrash

First Appearance and Origin: X-Statix #13 (2003)
Significant Issues: Recruited by Europan government, abducted Henrietta Hunter (X-Statix #13, 2003); vs X-Statix & Spider-Man at Times Square, most members killed (X-Statix #14, 2003); Surrender Monkey/Brad Bentley with the Church of the Naked Truth (X-Statix #24, 2004)

Exemplars

First Appearance: Peter Parker: Spider-Man #11 (1999)
Origin: Iron Man #22 (1999)
Significant Issues: Marko became Juggernaut, Octessence spell disrupted (X-Men #12/Iron Man #22, 1965/1999); McGee became Inferno, Octessence spell triggered (Iron Man #21, 1999); Juggernaut affected by spell, opposed by Thor, Malone became Conquest, Kabaki became Bedlam (Thor #17, 1999); Inferno vs Iron Man, Hachiman became Decay, Giroux became Tempest, Zorba became Carnivore (Iron Man #22, 1999); Somchart became Stonecutter, began building God-Machine, Exemplars opposed by Spider-Man, Iron Man, Thor, & Xavier (Peter Parker: Spider-Man #11, 1999); Exemplars sought to activate God-Machine, betrayed by Juggernaut, opposed by heroes, God-Machine destroyed, Exemplars scattered (Juggernaut: The Eighth Day #1, 1999); Exemplars regrouped, sought revenge on Juggernaut (Avengers #23, 1999); Juggernaut sought help from Avengers, captured by Exemplars (Avengers #24, 2000); Exemplars vs Avengers & other heroes, broke free of influences, escaped, Juggernaut imprisoned (Avengers #25, 2000)

Fallen One

First Appearance: (As Champion of the Universe) Marvel Two-in-One Annual #7 (1982)
Significant Issues: Vs Silver Surfer & Mantis (Silver Surfer #1 & 3-4, 1987); vs Galactus (Silver Surfer #9-10, 1988); freed, gained Power Gem (Silver Surfer #17-19, 1988-1989); lost Gem to Thanos (Thanos Quest #1, 1990); gained, lost Bands (Silver Surfer #98, 1994); ruled Skardon, gave up Gem (She-Hulk #7-8 & 10, 2004-2005)

Father Time

First Appearance and Origin: Captain America Comics #6 (1941)
Significant Issues: Adopted costumed identity, exposed actions of Chips Brant (Captain America Comics #6, 1941); uncovered counterfeiting ring (Captain America Comics #7, 1941); captured bank robbers (Captain America Comics #8, 1941); vs Zarpo (Captain America Comics #9, 1941); vs Agent X (Young Allies #3, 1942); exposed Yogi Zamor's murders (Captain America Comics #10, 1942); forced confession from crooked D.A. (Captain America Comics #11, 1942); exposed insurance fraud (Captain America Comics #12, 1942); uncovered ruse to obtain emerald (Mystic Comics #10, 1942)

Fathom Five

First Appearance: New Thunderbolts #1 (2005)
Significant Issues: Dragonrider vs Sub-Mariner (Sub-Mariner #1-2, 1984); Namor encountered Sea Leopard (Namor #52-53, 1994); Llyron attempted to depose Namor (Namor: The Sub-Mariner #54-57, 1994); team attacked New York, defeated by Thunderbolts (New Thunderbolts #1, 2005); attacked New York again (New Thunderbolts #4-5, 2005)

Femme Fatales

First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man #340 (1990)
Significant Issues: Whiplash & Bloodlust with Band of Baddies, kidnapped mutant girl & her father, vs Spider-Man & Wolverine (Marvel Comics Presents #48-50, 1990); hired by Chameleon to lure Spider-Man (Amazing Spider-Man #340-343, 1990); joined Superia's Femizonian army (Captain America #387-392, 1991)

Feron

First Appearance: Excalibur #48 (1992)
Origin: Excalibur #50 (1992)
Significant Issues: Tried to claim Phoenix power, alongside Excalibur, vs Necrom/Anti-Phoenix (Excalibur #48-50, 1992); alongside Excalibur, vs Troll Associates (Excalibur #58, 1992); with Excalibur, vs Khaos & Ghath (Excalibur Annual #1, 1993); with Excalibur, traveled to future, vs Sentinels (Excalibur #60-67, 1993); tried to reach Meggan through her despair (Excalibur #68-70, 1993); joined the Crazy Gang as the Executioner, led them against Excalibur, repented when he realized they accepted him (Excalibur #124, 1998)

Fight-Man

First Appearance: Fight-Man #1 (1993)
Origin: Agent X #10 (2003)
Significant Issues: Attacked by army of super-villains, learned his former sidekick had become his enemy, arrested (Fight-Man #1, 1993); targeted then befriended by Agent X (Agent X #10, 2003); alongside Agent X, vs multiple super-villains, attempted to arrest Agent X, defeated by Sandi Brandenburg (Agent X #11, 2003)

Fisk, Richard

First Appearance: (As Schemer) Amazing Spider-Man #83 (1970); (as Supreme Hydra) Captain America #146-148 (1972); (as Rose) Amazing Spider-Man #253, 1984; (as Blood Rose) Web of Spider-Man #88 (1992)
Origin: Amazing Spider-Man #85 (1970), Web of Spider-Man #30 (1987)
Significant Issues: As Schemer, vs Spider-Man & Kingpin, identity revealed (Amazing Spider-Man #83-85, 1970); as Supreme Hydra; opposed Red Skull, injured (Captain America #146-148, 1972); first observed as Rose (Amazing Spider-Man #253, 1984); became a major player in a New York gang war in the Kingpin's absence (Amazing Spider-Man #284, 1987); killed police officer (Amazing Spider-Man #286, 1987); retired Rose identity, surrendered to the Kingpin (Web of Spider-Man #30, 1987); became Blood Rose (Web of Spider-Man #88, 1992); unmasked & captured (Web of Spider-Man #100, 1993); killed by mother (Daredevil #31, 2002)

Fixer

First Appearance: (As Fixer) Strange Tales #141 (1966); (as Techno) Incredible Hulk #449 (1997); (as robotic Techno) Thunderbolts #8 (1997)
Origin: Thunderbolts: Distant Rumblings #-1 (1997); Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Deluxe Edition #4 (1986)
Significant Issues: Made contact with Hydra, vs Namor (Thunderbolts: Distant Rumblings #-1, 1997); formed partnership with Mentallo, invaded S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters, captured (Strange Tales #141-143, 1966); revealed to be science division chief of Silvermane's Hydra faction (Daredevil #121, 1975); with Mentallo, attempted assassination of U.S. President using Deathlok pawn, thwarted by Nick Fury & Fantastic Four (Marvel Two-in-One #26-27, 1977); with Mentallo, developed Computrex, vs Micronauts (Micronauts #24-25, 1980-1981); with Mentallo, acted as agents of Professor Anthony Power, tried to revive Matthew Power, defeated by Spider-Man and Professor X (Marvel Team-Up #118, 1982); tried to rob Bruce Banner's laboratory, captured by Captain America (Avengers Annual #13, 1984); tried to steal Iron Man's armor, defeated by Ka-Zar and Iron Man (Iron Man #202, 1986); joined Baron Zemo's Masters of Evil, invaded and occupied Avengers Mansion alongside Masters, secretly imprisoned and impersonated by Super-Adaptoid, located by Avengers (Avengers #273-277 & 287, 1986-1987 & 1988); freed Yellowjacket from prison, romantically rejected by Yellowjacket, attacked Yellowjacket, defeated by Yellowjacket and Black Knight (Solo Avengers #12, 1988); joined inner circle of new Enforcers criminal gang (Web of Spider-Man #100, 1993); attended Brass Bishop's auction (Alpha Flight #121, 1993); sabotaged Stark tech on behalf of Roxxon, fought Jim Rhodes and Clay Wilson, captured by Iron Man (Iron Man #244, 1989); dispatched robot against Iron Man (Tales of Suspense #1, 1994); joined Thunderbolts, adopted Techno guise, developed gear for MACH-1 and Songbird (Thunderbolts '97, 1997); with Thunderbolts, vs Hulk (Incredible Hulk #449, 1997); slain by Elements of Doom, reborn as robot (Thunderbolts #7-8, 1997); aided Zemo's attempted world conquest, sided with Zemo against rebellious Thunderbolts, escaped with Zemo (Thunderbolts #10-12, 1998); healed Zemo, considered cloning Zemo's body to give himself a new human form, forbidden from doing so by Zemo, helped Zemo unleash a Hulk robot and Graviton against Thunderbolts, ambushed by new Citizen V (Thunderbolts #14-17, 1998); helped Zemo reverse-engineer Particle X, attempt world conquest and establish new Amazon stronghold, vs Captain America & Citizen V, amicably parted company with Zemo (Thunderbolts #20 & Captain America/Citizen V '98, 1998); infiltrated Thunderbolts by posing as Ogre (Thunderbolts #33, 1999); detected signs of life in seemingly deceased Jolt, discovered Hawkeye had lied to Thunderbolts about having C.S.A. backing, deliberately sabotaged cosmetic procedure which turned MACH-2 into a black man (Thunderbolts #37, 2000); wrecked by Scourge, deactivated self to resurrect Jolt (Thunderbolts #45-46, 2000-2001); revived in human form, drafted into Redeemers (Thunderbolts #49, 2001); conditions of his resurrection, physical status and terms of his Redeemers service revealed (Thunderbolts #52, 2001); hunted and battled Ogre, unwittingly unleashed Humus Sapien, fled massacre of Redeemers by Graviton, agreed to join Graviton, turned on Graviton, helped Thunderbolts defeat Graviton and thwart P'Tah invasion of Earth (Thunderbolts #54-58, 2001-2002); stranded on Counter-Earth alongside Thunderbolts, tech-pack inhabited by disembodied consciousness of Zemo, further details of Fixer's resurrection and physical condition revealed, forced to help Zemo obtain a new body, helped Thunderbolts become leading heroes of Counter-Earth, helped save Counter-Earth from all-consuming void, returned to Earth with Thunderbolts (Thunderbolts #59-64, 66, 68, 70, 72 & 74, 2002-2003); committed himself to remaining with reorganized Thunderbolts, helped Atlas regain his powers, admitted he remembered his other life as the robotic Techno, confessed his role in MACH-3's racial transformation & gave him the means to undo it (Thunderbolts #75, 2003); won celebrated victories alongside Thunderbolts, helped create their energy-collecting Liberator project, helped Thunderbolts and Avengers defeat power-mad Moonstone after she absorbed the Liberator's energies, fled during battle, quit Thunderbolts (Avengers/Thunderbolts #1-6, 2004); helped Deadpool restore Cable's techno-organics (Cable & Deadpool #11-12, 2005); joined Baron Zemo's alliance of ex-Thunderbolts, helped recruit MACH-4 & Blizzard, upgraded their armor, helped access Henrique Gallante (New Thunderbolts #13-16, 2005-2006)

Flag-Smasher

First Appearance and Origin: Captain America #312 (1985)
Significant Issues: Vs Captain America (Captain America #312, 1985); with U.L.T.I.M.A.T.U.M., took hostages (Captain America #321-322, 1986); with the Captain, vs rogue U.L.T.I.M.A.T.U.M. faction (Captain America #348-349, 1988-1989); vs Punisher & Moon Knight (Marc Spector: Moon Knight #8-9, 1989); vs Punisher & Ghost Rider/Dan Ketch (Ghost Rider #5-6, 1990); recovered D-Man, vs U.S. Agent (Captain America #400, 1992); vs armored Captain America (Captain America #438, 1995); with Spider-Man & Sandman, saved European Union (Marvel Team-Up #3, 1997); used Destabilizers against Nate Grey (X-Man #35, 1998); attempted to destroy New York Stock Exchange, vs X-Men (X-Men Unlimited #22, 1999); drugged by Roxxon Oil (Captain America '99 Annual, 1999); invaded Rumekistan, given country by Citizen V/John Watkins III (Citizen V & the V Battalion: The Everlasting #1-4, 2002)

Flying Dutchman's Ghost

First Appearance: Journey into Mystery #56 (1960)
Origin: Silver Surfer #8 (1969)
Significant Issues: Frequented New England lighthouse (Journey into Mystery #56, 1960); crew of the Molly Brown replaced the crew of the Flying Dutchman for proving themselves evil by stealing the gold aboard the Dutchman, previous crew allowed to pass on to a higher plane (Strange Tales #98, 1962); summoned & transformed by Mephisto, sent against Silver Surfer, redeemed when Surfer wept for him (Silver Surfer #8, 1969); served in Kang's Legion of the Unliving (Avengers #131-132/Giant-Size Avengers #3, 1975); vs Devil-Slayer (Marvel Comics Presents #46-49, 1990)

Folding Circle

First Appearance: New Warriors #21 (1992)
Origin: New Warriors #16-17, 19 & 21-24 (1991-1992)
Significant Issues: Midnight's Fire vs New Warriors, defeated, disowned by Silhouette (New Warriors #2, 1990); Min Li Ng as Firewall, served with Force of Nature, vs New Warriors, defeated & captured (New Warriors #7-9, 1991); Left Hand recruited Midnight's Fire (New Warriors #16, 1991); Left Hand recruited Bloodstrike (New Warriors #17, 1991); Left Hand recruited Smiling Tiger (New Warriors #19, 1992); Folding Circle formed, attacked Project: Earth, recruited Firewall as Silk Fever, forcibly recruited Night Thrasher (New Warriors #21, 1992); convinced Night Thrasher to join them willingly, vs Dragon's Breadth cultists, located Temple of the Dragon's Breadth in Cambodian jungle (New Warriors #22, 1992); entered Temple, confronted by Tai, vs New Warriors, defeated when Night Thrasher returned to Warriors, allied with Warriors vs Tai, Well sealed (New Warriors #23-25, 1992); became prominent in Madripoor underworld, allied with Tyger Tiger, earned enmity of Aardwolf, allied with Silhouette against Aardwolf, vs Night Thrasher, captured & tried to kill Aardwolf, thwarted by Night Thrasher & Silhouette, truce declared between crime factions (Night Thrasher #3-4, 1993)

Force Four

First Appearance: Power Pack #50 (1989)
Significant Issues: Met Power Pack (Power Pack #50, 1989); failed to stop Queen Mother Maraud from destroying space station Kymellia II, witnessed birth of New Kymellia (Power Pack #51-52, 1989)

Forge

First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men #184 (1984)
Origin: Uncanny X-Men #262-263 (1990); X-Factor #114-115 (1995)
Significant Issues: Misused shaman magic during war (Uncanny X-Men #227, 1988); revealed to have helped design S.H.I.E.L.D.'s original Helicarrier (Fury #1, 1994); invented Neutralizer, attempted to prevent Neutralizer being used on Rogue, cared for Storm after her powers removed by Neutralizer (Uncanny X-Men #184-186, 1984); with Storm & others, vs Dire Wraiths (Uncanny X-Men #187-188, 1984); allied with Rom vs Dire Wraiths (Rom #62, 1985); oversaw construction of orbital Neo-Neutralizer (Rom #63-64, 1985); confronted by Storm, sent to alternate Earth (Uncanny X-Men #224, 1987); restored Storm's powers, returned home (Uncanny X-Men #226, 1988); with X-Men, vs Adversary, used X-Men's souls to trap Adversary, X-Men restored to life by Roma (Uncanny X-Men #227, 1988); confronted by Magik over Colossus' supposed death (New Mutants #65-66, 1988); encountered Amahl Farouk, began search for X-Men (Uncanny X-Men #253, 1989); briefly joined Muir Island X-Men vs Reavers, joined Banshee in search for missing X-Men (Uncanny X-Men #254-255/X-Men Forever #2, 1989/2001); designed new defense system for Muir Isle (Uncanny X-Men #257-258, 1990); aided Alpha Flight in rescuing James Hudson (Alpha Flight #88-90, 1990); with Banshee & Jean Grey, vs Morlocks (Uncanny X-Men #261-263, 1990); with Charlotte Jones, vs Genoshan Magistrates (Uncanny X-Men #264, 1990); with Banshee, helped X-Factor free Archangel from Ravens' control (X-Factor #57-58, 1990); with Banshee, Fantastic Four, X-Factor, New Mutants, Storm & Gambit, vs Ahab (Fantastic Four Annual #23/X-Factor Annual #5/X-Men Annual #14, 1990); with X-Men, X-Factor & New Mutants, vs Genoshan Magistrates & Cameron Hodge (Uncanny X-Men #270/New Mutants #95/X-Factor #60/New Mutants #96/X-Factor #61/Uncanny X-Men #272/New Mutants #97/X-Factor #62, 1990-1991); with X-Men & Lila Cheney, vs Warskrulls (Uncanny X-Men #273-277, 1991); with X-Men & X-Factor, vs Shadow King (Uncanny X-Men #279/X-Factor #69/Uncanny X-Men #270/X-Factor #70, 1991); captured by Mechadoom, freed by Deathlok, X-Men & others (Deathlok #2 & 5, 1991); upgraded Xavier's School's technology, designed & built new Blackbird jet (X-Men #1, 1991); with Storm's team, opposed Cyclops' team & Magneto's Acolytes (X-Men #3, 1991); helped rescue Jean Grey from Fitzroy (Uncanny X-Men #282-283, 1991); first met Bishop, learned of alternate future identity (X-Men #8, 1992); with other heroes, opposed Magus & doppelgangers (Infinity War #1-4 & 6, 1992); proposed to Storm, left to treat Mystique (Uncanny X-Men #289-290, 1992); investigated crashed Asteroid M (Uncanny X-Men #299, 1993); helped X-Men locate Acolytes (Uncanny X-Men #300, 1993); with Mystique, opposed Fitzroy (Uncanny X-Men #301-302, 1993); became X-Factor's government liaison (X-Factor #93-94, 1993); reconciled with Storm (Uncanny X-Men #306, 1993); created planetary electro-magnetic energy web to oppose Magneto (X-Men #25, 1993); evaluated X-Factor (X-Factor #95, 1993); sent X-Factor to arrest Haven, hired Random to help (X-Factor #97-99, 1993); with Polaris, vs Strange (Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme #69, 1994); built Game Room for X-Factor (X-Factor #107, 1994); with others, vs Phalanx (X-Factor #106/X-Force #38/Excalibur #82, 1994); repaired & upgraded Shard's holomatrix (Bishop #1-2, 1994-1995); created nanotech inhibitor for Mystique (X-Factor #114, 1995); learned of Adversary's rebirth (X-Factor #117-118, 1995-1996); with X-Factor, vs Adversary, reclaimed shaman heritage, defeated Adversary (X-Factor #120-121, 1996); with Mystique & Sabretooth, rescued Beast from Dark Beast (X-Factor #125-126, 1996); with X-Factor, assigned to protect Graydon Creed during campaign speech, failed to prevent his death (X-Factor #130, 1997); designed gun to help X-Men restrain Hulk (Incredible Hulk #455, 1997); cut ties with government, took X-Factor underground (X-Factor #132-134, 1997); betrayed by Sabretooth, almost died from injuries (X-Factor #136-137, 1997); built training room for Generation X (Generation X #47,1999); with Madrox, monitored Genoshan situation (Uncanny X-Men '99 Annual, 1999); attended Havok's & Polaris' wedding (Uncanny X-Men #425, 2003); agreed to aid Mystique in her role as Xavier's agent (Mystique #1-3, 2003); mind-controlled by Spencer Bronson into fighting Mystique (Mystique #11-12, 2004); prevented Mystique from assassinating Xavier (Mystique #23, 2005); helped locate & restore Cable (Cable & Deadpool #15 & 18, 2005); revealed to have retained mutant nature after "M-Day" (X-Men: The 198 Files, 2006); built new gauntlets for Surge (New X-Men #21, 2005); attended mass funeral for slain depowered students (New X-Men #24, 2006)

Fortunato

First Appearance: Spider-Man #70 (1996)
Origin: Amazing Spider-Man #-1 (1997)
Significant Issues: Fortunato's early years under Don Rigoletto, saved by Jacob Conover (Amazing Spider-Man #-1, 1997); allied with Hydra, launched assault against Hammerhead in the absence of the Kingpin (Spider-Man #70, 1996); attempted to publicly execute Spider-Man (Spider-Man #74, 1996); brokered deal with Black Tarantula (Amazing Spider-Man #432, 1998); gang war escalated against Kingpin (Spider-Man: Made Men, 1998); won auction for Venom symbiote for Angelo, Angelo killed (Marvel Knights: Spider-Man #7-8, 2005)

Free Spirit

First Appearance and Origin: Captain America #431 (1994)
Significant Issues: Met Captain America, Diamondback, Superia (Captain America #432-433, 1994); vs Serpent Society (Captain America #434-437, 1994-1995); vs U.L.T.I.M.A.T.U.M. (Captain America #438, 1995); on A.I.M. Island (Captain America #440-441/Avengers #387-388, 1995); vs Madcap (Captain America #442, 1995); Captain America's apparent death (Captain America #443, 1995)

Frog-Man

First Appearance: (Vincent) Daredevil #25 (1967); (Eugene) Marvel Team-Up #121 (1982)
Significant Issues: LeBlanc Frog-Man (Daredevil #10, 1965); Emissaries of Evil (Daredevil Annual #1, 1967); Defenders for a Day (Defenders #64, 1978); worked for Hammer (Iron Man #126-127, 1979); Vincent paroled (Spider-Man's Tangled Web #12, 2002); Eugene stopped Speed Demon (Marvel Team-Up #121, 1982); vs White Rabbit (Marvel Team-Up #131, 1983); with New Defenders (New Defenders #131, 1984); with Misfits (Amazing Spider-Man #266, 1985); vs Yellow Claw (Marvel Fanfare #31-32, 1987); dinner with Spider-Man (Spectacular Spider-Man #185, 1992); Lange Frog-Man (Daredevil #19, 2001)

Frost, Deacon

First Appearance: Tomb of Dracula #13 (1973)
Origin: Tomb of Dracula #53 (1977)
Significant Issues: Bit Blade's mother, created Blade (Tomb of Dracula #13/Marvel Preview #3, 1973/1975); vs Blade & Hannibal King (Tomb of Dracula #48-51 & 53, 1976-1977); doppelganger gained Amulet of Octaviano, summoned Nezaral (Blade: The Vampire Hunter #7-8, 1995); allied with Marie LaVeau (Blade: Crescent City Blues, 1998); sent by Dracula to confront Blade (Tomb of Dracula #4, 2005)

Fury

First Appearance: Marvel Superheroes #387 (1982)
Origin: Marvel Superheroes #388 (1982)
Significant Issues: Slaughtered superhumans of Earth-238 (Marvel Superheroes #388/Daredevils #7, 1981/1983); reactivated to slay Captain Britain (Marvel Superheroes #387-388, 1981); survived destruction of Earth-238 (The Daredevils #6, 1983); vs Captain Britain & Special Executive (The Daredevils #9-11, 1983); vs Jaspers, apparently destroyed (Mighty World of Marvel #12, 1984); returned, seemingly merged with Jaspers, vs X-Men (Uncanny X-Men #445-447, 2004)

Galactic Guardians

First Appearance and Origin: Guardians of the Galaxy Annual #2 (1992)
Significant Issues: Assembled to oppose Intimidators & Korvac (Guardians of the Galaxy Annual #2, 1992); vs Bubonicus (Guardians of the Galaxy #35, 1993); alongside Guardians of the Galaxy, vs Dormammu (Guardians of the Galaxy #36-37, 1993); vs Ubiquitor & her minions (Galactic Guardians #1-4, 1994)

Gamecock

First Appearance: Captain America #183 (1974)
Significant Issues: Hired to kill Falcon, vs Captain America (Captain America #183, 1974); defeated by Asp, taken into police custody (Captain America #371, 1990); survival of Scourge assassination attempt reported (Captain America #393, 1991); entered Madripoor's Bloodsport tournament, eaten by Puma (Wolverine #167, 2001)

Ganymede

First Appearance and Origin: Silver Surfer #80 (1993)
Significant Issues: Reborn, with others opposed Tyrant (Silver Surfer #80-82, 1993); near-romance with Jack of Hearts (Silver Surfer Annual#6, 1993); alongside Thanos, vs Tyrant (Cosmic Powers #3-6, 1994); left Jack, rejoined Persephone (Cosmic Powers Unlimited #3, 1995)

Gargoyle

First Appearance: Defenders #94 (1981)
Origin: Gargoyle #1-4 (1985)
Significant Issues: Transformed into Gargoyle by Six-Fingered Hand, joined Defenders vs Hand & Hell Lords (Defenders #94-100, 1981); confronted ghosts of family, defeated Null, given back will to live (Defenders #103, 1982); met Sadie Bass, helped her reconcile with daughter Beatrice (Marvel Team-Up #119, 1982); traveled to Earth-S, vs Squadron Supreme, Over-Mind & Null (Defenders #112-114, 1982); visited Here (Defenders #115, 1983); kidnapped by Afghan wizard (New Defenders #134 & 136-137, 1984); met Gargoyle's spirit in his human form, briefly became human again, reclaimed Gargoyle body, killed human body (Gargoyle #1-4, 1985); vs Dragon of the Moon, spirit ripped from body, body turned to dust (New Defenders #151-152, 1986); trapped in crystal, hunted down Moondragon, regained physical form (Solo Avengers #16 & 18 & 20, 1988 & 1989); returned to Earth (Quasar #19-20, 1991); moved in to Fire Lake Mansion (Hellstorm #3, 1993); stopped resenting Jaine Cutter (Hellstorm #18, 1994); sent to attack Silver Surfer (Strange Tales: Dark Corners #1/Silver Surfer #139, 1998)

Garrett, John

First Appearance: Elektra: Assassin #2 (1986)
Origin: Elektra: Assassin #2-3 & 6 (1986 & 1987)
Significant Issues: Investigated Huevos' death, manipulated and blown up by Elektra (Elektra: Assassin #2, 1986); rebuilt, psychically forced to free Elektra, failed to stop her from killing Reich (Elektra: Assassin #3, 1986); alongside Elektra, vs the Beast/Ken Wind (Elektra: Assassin #4, 1986); vs S.H.I.E.L.D. & Chastity McBride, turned against Elektra, tricked into shooting Chastity, gave self up to Elektra body and soul (Elektra: Assassin #5, 1986); prepared for assault against Beast/Wind (Elektra: Assassin #6, 1987); learned of the Beast's plan to manipulate the U.S. president to start a nuclear war (Elektra: Assassin #7, 1987); torn apart by Perry, placed in stasis with delusions of possessing Wind and becoming president (Elektra: Assassin #8/Daredevil #319 & 321, 1987/1993); broken from stasis by Snakeroot (Daredevil #320, 1993); dark essence of Elektra pulled from Garrett's mind into Erynys; Garrett rebuilt (Daredevil #321-323, 1993); with Erynys, sought About Face virus, Garrett recaptured by S.H.I.E.L.D. (Daredevil #324-325, 1994); sought credit for work (Daredevil #326, 1994); released as agent of Fury (Daredevil #330, 1994); applied for unemployment (Daredevil #341, 1995); answered Karen Page's ad for private investigator to help uncover child pornography ring (Daredevil #342, 1995)

Gazer

First Appearance: (As Gazer) X-Men #169 (2005); (as War) X-Men #183 (2006)
Significant Issues: Aided X-Men against Golgothas (X-Men #169-170, 2005); lost immunity to radiation, began showing symptoms of radiation sickness, saw Doop in space (X-Men #178, 2005); continued to observe Doop, watched it descend to Earth (X-Men #180, 2006); opted to die in space, saved by Apocalypse, transformed into Horseman War, vs X-Men & Sentinel Squad O*N*E (X-Men #181-183, 2006)

Geist

First Appearance: Wolverine #17 (1989)
Origin: Wolverine #19 (1989)
Significant Issues: With Baron Strucker, sought to destabilize British monarchy, opposed by Shadowcat, Phoenix, Wolverine & Alasdair Kinross (X-Men: True Friends #1-3, 1999); tasked by C.I.A. to infiltrate Caridad's organization, agreed to help Caridad create super-soldier, experimented on Roughouse, opposed by Wolverine & La Bandera, defeated by Wolverine, seemingly killed by Magneto (Wolverine #17-23, 1989-1990)

Geshem

First Appearance: Wolverine: Rahne of Terra (1991)
Significant Issues: Mage switched Wolfsbane and Princess Rain to thwart the prophecy while Magnus enslaved Wolverine to fulfil the prophecy (Wolverine: Rahne of Terra; August 1991); Wolfsbane & Wolverine learned what the prophecy really referred to and then helped fulfil it (Wolverine: Knight of Terra; 1995)

Gibbon

First Appearance and Origin: Amazing Spider-Man #110 (1972)
Significant Issues: Offered to become Spider-Man's partner (Amazing Spider-Man #110, 1972); fell under influence of Kraven the Hunter (Amazing Spider-Man #111, 1972); hired to obtain footage of Spider-Man, kidnapped by the Beetle (Spectacular Spider-Man #59-60, 1981); with Legion of Losers (Spectacular Spider-Man #245-246, 1997); imprisoned alongside Kangaroo (Spider-Man's Tangled Web #5, 2001); freed by an intelligent Rhino, served as Rhino's henchman alongside Kangaroo (Spider-Man's Tangled Web #6, 2001)

Glob

First Appearance and Origin: (Timms) Incredible Hulk #121 (1969); (Beckwith) Incredible Hulk #389 (1992)
Significant Issues: Timms resurrected as Glob, vs Hulk (Incredible Hulk #121, 1969); revived by Leader (Incredible Hulk #129, 1970); revived as Golden Brain (Giant-Size Man-Thing #1, 1974); captured by the Collector (Incredible Hulk #197-198, 1976); Beckwith became Glob (Incredible Hulk #389, 1992); Timms Glob joined Howling Commandos (Nick Fury's Howling Commandos #2, 2005)

Gnobians

First Appearance: Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #1 (1989)
Origin: Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #4-6 (1989)
Significant Issues: Sent Death's Head Squadron to kill "Dum-Dum" Dugan (Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #1, 1989); at Gruenstadt, vs Nick Fury & S.H.I.E.L.D., linked with Lump, chose to destroy themselves (Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #2-6, 1989)

Gnucci, Ma

First Appearance: Punisher #4 (2000)
Significant Issues: Phoned mayor, demanded Punisher's capture (Punisher #2, 2000); pursued Punisher into Central Park Zoo, mauled by polar bears (Punisher #4, 2000); placed ten million dollar bounty on Punisher (Punisher #5, 2000); ordered enforcers into Punisher's apartment, awaited progress report (Punisher #6-7, 2000); called in Russian to kill Punisher, met with Russian, sent him after Punisher (Punisher #8-9, 2000-2001); called off police extortion (Punisher #10, 2001); abandoned by enforcers (Punisher #11, 2001); kicked into burning house by Punisher (Punisher #12, 2001)

Goliath (Bill Foster)

First Appearance: (As Foster) Avengers #32 (1966); (as Black Goliath) Power Man #24 (1975); (as Giant-Man) Marvel Two-in-One #55 (1979); (as Goliath) Thing #1 (2006)
Origin: Black Goliath #1 (1976); Power Man #24 (1975)
Significant Issues: Helped giant-sized Hank Pym regain normal stature, became Pym's lab assistant (Avengers #32-35, 1966); helped examine Dragon Man, vs Diablo (Avengers #41, 1967); vs Radioactive Man (Avengers #54, 1968); left with Pym & Wasp on Alaskan expedition (Avengers #75, 1970); investigated seemed demise of Pym & Wasp (Marvel Feature #9, 1973); tried in vain to win back Claire Temple, vs Luke Cage, teamed with Cage vs Circus of Crime (Power Man #24-25, 1975); became head of Stark West & supervisor of the Whiz Kids, began fighting crime in Los Angeles, vs Atom-Smasher, irradiated by him, romanced Celia Jackson, witnessed Atom-Smasher's murder, vs Vulcan & Stilt-Man, stranded on alien world Kirgar with Celia & her nephew Keith, befriended extraterrestrial explorer Derath who sacrificed his life to help them get home (Black Goliath #1-5, 1976); with Thing, vs Hijacker (Marvel Two-in-One #24, 1977); served as technical advisor to Champions, helped capture Stilt-Man, helped oppose null-life bomb (Champions #11-13, 1977); alongside many other heroes, briefly joined Defenders, vs Whirlwind & other villains (Defenders #62-65, 1978); met Jerry Hunt (Spider-Woman #4, 1978); began working at Project: PEGASUS, befriended Thing & Quasar, revealed he was dying of radiation poisoning, helped defend Project from Nuklo, Grapplers, Klaw, Solarr & Nth Man (Marvel Two-in-One #54-58, 1979); with Spider-Man, vs Meteor Man (Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #41, 1980); with Thing & Iceman, vs Circus of Crime (Marvel Two-in-One #76, 1981); health worsened, helped seek cure for Thing's radiation poisoning, with Thing & Captain America vs A.I.M. and M.O.D.O.K., used A.I.M. device to cure Thing rather than himself, examined by Mr. Fantastic & Walter Langkowski, went back to Los Angeles to put affairs in order, reunited with Celia & Whiz Kids, with Thing & Spider-Woman vs new Atom-Smasher, cured by blood transfusion from Spider-Woman, lost size-changing power (Marvel Two-in-One #81-85, 1981-1982); growth formula stolen by Daddy Longlegs (Spider-Woman #47, 1982); with Celia, visited ailing Thing (Marvel Two-in-One #96, 1983); helped locate & outfit new western headquarters for Avengers (Avengers West Coast #100/Avengers #246, 1993/1984); infiltrated High Evolutionary's research team, regained & enhanced growth powers, resumed Giant-Man guise, with Mockingbird, Moon Knight & Tigra vs Evolutionary (West Coast Avengers Annual #3, 1988); parted company with Mockingbird, Moon Knight & Tigra (West Coast Avengers #39, 1988); evaluated levitation theories of Arlo Samuelson, subdued out-of-control Samuelson, offered Samuelson job with Stark West (Marvel Super-Heroes #11, 1992); helped Doctor Edward Hawkins prevent criminal exploitation of his Mass Acquisition Unit by Doctor Nemesis & Erik Josten/Goliath (Marvel Comics Presents #113-118, 1992); with Pym, stabilized wounded Swordsman (Avengers #363, 1993); partnered with Pym in B.I.G. project, resumed Black Goliath guise, shrank uncontrollably when Kosmosian invaders affected Earth's size-changers, restored to normal (Avengers #379-382, 1994-1995); as Black Goliath, aided Black Panther, Falcon, Cage & Iron Fist against criminals (Black Panther #17, 2000); aided Avengers during Red Zone crisis (Avengers #66, 2003); asked Thing to consider investing in his experimental dimensional wave inducer, aided by Thing in foiling attempted theft of prototype by Cauldron the Scalding Man (Thing #1, 2006); consulted by Spider-Man (Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #2, 2006)

Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg, & Holliway

First Appearance: She-Hulk #1 (2004)
Significant Issues: Defended Paxton for improper storage of Vibranium, defeated by Jennifer Walters, secured mistrial in Paxton case, hired Walters (She-Hulk #1, 2004); successfully sued Roxxon on behalf of Dan "Danger Man" Germain (She-Hulk #2, 2004); won the right for ghost of Bailey Briggs to testify in court, exposed Briggs' false incrimination of his ex-girlfriend Angie Cryer (She-Hulk #3, 2004); sued J. Jonah Jameson & Peter Parker for libel on behalf of Spider-Man, forced Parker & Jameson to hand out apologies in chicken suits (She-Hulk #4, 2004); secured Southpaw's release from the Big House under Walters' supervision, unwittingly aided a mass breakout at the Big House, helped recapture inmates (She-Hulk #5-6, 2004); convinced Walters to continue supervision of Southpaw, explained how Southpaw inspired their superhuman law specialty, witnessed Walters' recruitment into the Magistrati, concealed Southpaw's absence from Raft inspectors (She-Hulk #7-8, 2004); defended Hercules against Constrictor's lawsuit, settled (She-Hulk #9, 2005); Excelsior apartments wrecked, Timely Plaza destroyed, Mallory Book crippled, Awesome Andy injured by Titania, Titania defeated by Walters, Ditto estranged from Awesome Andy, escape of Southpaw (She-Hulk #11-12, 2005); rebuilt Timely Plaza, began converting comic book stacks to trade paperbacks, hired Artie Zix as new office manager while Holliway left in search of Southpaw, began representing super-criminals, defended accused killer Charles Czarkowski, secured assistance & authorization from Time Variance Authority to form a time-displaced jury for the Czarkowski case, exonerated Czarkowski by proving that he had unwittingly shot himself in a time travel mishap, Walters arrested by Time Variance Authority for breaking the laws of time travel, Walters defended by alternate-future Southpaw, Walters acquitted, Two-Gun Kid released into Walters' custody by TVA (She-Hulk #1-4, 2005-2006)

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