Coach

Real Name:
Unrevealed
Occupation:
Owner of X-Force III
Other Aliases:
The Arm
Place of Birth:
Unrevealed
Marital Status:
Unrevealed
Known Relatives:
None
Group Affiliation:
X-Force
Source of Powers:
Probably genetic mutation
Powers:
There was apparently something special about Coach's right arm, but he has lost that one. His eyes are still red and black.
Cause of Death: Gunshot wound to the chest.
First Appearance:
X-Force #116
List of Appearances:

X-Force #116
(Introduces the Anarchist at a press conference and later briefs them about a mission to a TV studio.)
X-Force #117
(Introduces new members of X-Force to replace those who were killed. Names the Orphan leader.)
X-Force #118
(Continues briefing the team on their mission in Bastrona.)
X-Force #119
(Reveals Paco’s abilities could lead to better medicines and cures for diseases if he was studied, but he would die. Orphan opposes him and takes Paco to safety. Offers Edie a chance to lead the team, if she kills Orphan.)
X-Force #120
(Revealed to be setting up a war between team members. When Edie changes her mind and wants to save Orphan, he drugs her. When that doesn’t work she shoots him.)
Final Appearance: X-Force #120

Coachwhip
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Mercenary
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Serpent Squad IV, Serpent Society
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Equipped with whips on each of her wrists
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #341
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #341-342 (with Serpent Squad IV, stormed the base of the Serpent Society; defeated by Diamondback)
Captain America Vol.1 #355 (with Puff-Adder and Rock Python, sent by the Serpent Society to capture the Falcon's costume to prove their loyalty to them; fought Falcon and Battlestar, defeated by Falcon)
Uncanny X-Men Annual 13 (with Serpent Society, took assignment from Ghaur and Llyra; fought the X-Men)
Captain America Vol.1 #365 (met with other Serpent Society members)
Marc Spector: Moon Knight #10 (participated in "Acts of Vengeance"; fought Moon Knight)
Captain America Vol.1 #367 (present at debut of Cobra in his new guise as "King Cobra")
Captain America Vol.1 #380 (revealed to be intimately involved with King Cobra; served as prosecutor against Diamondback in her trial by the Serpent Society)
Captain America Vol.1 #381-382 (with the Serpent Society, fought Diamondback, Black Mamba, Asp, Paladin and Captain America; defeated)
Captain America Vol.1 #434 (with Serpent Society, witnessed King Cobra's recruitment of Jack Flag)
Captain America Vol.1 #435 (fought Free Spirit, knocked unconscious by her; coat, wig and whip stolen by Free Spirit to use as a disguise)
Captain America Vol.1 #437 (with Serpent Society, fought Force Works, Jack Flag, and Free Spirit; defeated)
Captain America Vol.4 #30 (revealed to be part of the reformed Serpent Society)

Coal
Real Name: Coal
Occupation: Deviant warrior
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Deviant Lemuria
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Deviants
Source of Powers: Deviant heritage
Powers: Enhanced strength
First Appearance: New Mutants Annual #5
ist of Appearances:
New Mutants Annual #5 (with String and Spike, sent by Ghaur to recover the Horn of Proteus from Namorita)

Cobalt Man
Real Name: Ralph Roberts
Occupation: Inventor, criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Theodore "Ted" Roberts (brother)
Group Affiliation: Emissaries of Evil II
Source Of Powers: Radiation
Powers: Superhuman strength
First Appearance: "Uncanny" X-Men #31
History: Ralph Roberts was an inventor who build a cobalt suit of armor in imitation of Iron Man's (see: Iron Man I). Later Ralph Roberts was exposed to radiation which gave him a greater size and superhuman strength.
List Of Appearances:
"Uncanny" X-Men #31
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #173-174
Defenders Vol.1 #42-43 (as member of Emissaries Of Evil II fought Defenders, seemingly killed)

Cobalt Man (imposter)
See: Iron Man I

Cobra I
Real Name: Klaus Voorhees
Occupation: Professional criminal, former scientific research assistant
Other Aliases: Human Cobra, King Cobra
Place Of Birth: Rotterdam, Holland
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Piet Voorhees (nephew)
Group Affiliation: Leader of Serpent Society, former member of Serpent Squad I-II, former partner of Mr. Hyde, Jester I, Gladiator I, Purple Man
Source Of Powers: Bitten by a radioactive cobra, while having a special antidode in his body
Powers: His body is extreme flexible, it is impossible for him to break any bones or tear muscles, this makes sure that he can fit into small holes or slot down to 4 inches in diameter. He also have superior human strenght and speed. besides his powers he have his "cobra-bite" missiles as weapons
First Appearance (as Cobra): Journey Into Mystery #98
First Appearance (as King Cobra): Captain America Vol.1 #367
List Of Appearances;
Journey Into Mystery #98 (fought Thor)
Journey Into Mystery #105-106 (with Mister Hyde fought Thor)
Journey Into Mystery #110-111 (with Mister Hyde kidnapped Jane Foster)
Daredevil Vol.1 #30-32 (with Mister Hyde fought Daredevil)
Daredevil Vol.1 #61 (with Jester I and Mister Hyde fought Daredevil)
Captain America Vol.1 #163 (joined Serpent Squad I)
Captain America Vol.1 #180-183 (joined Serpent Squad II)
Daredevil Vol.1 #142-143 (with Mister Hyde fought Daredevil)
Daredevil Vol.1 #153-154 (with Mister Hyde, Jester I, Gladiator I fought Daredevil)
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.1 #46 (broke off partnership with Mister Hyde, fought Spider-Man)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #231-232 (fought Spider-Man and Mister Hyde)
Captain America Vol.1 #310 (joined Serpent Society)
Captain America Vol.1 #319 (Serpent Society)
Captain America Vol.1 #343-344 (joined Viper II's Serpent Society fraction, but ended by defeating her)
Uncanny X-Men Annual 13 (Serpent Society)
Captain America Vol.1 #365-367 (Serpent Society, finally defeated Mister Hyde, took on new identity of King Cobra)
Captain America Vol.1 #380-382 (Serpent Society, "trial" of Diamondback)
Captain America Vol.4 #30 (revealed to be the leader of the reformed Serpent Society)
Secret War #3

Cobra II
Real Name: James Lardner
Occupation: Former CIA agent
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Amos Lardner (brother, deceased)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Cybernetic lobotmy
Powers: superhuman strength and resistance to injury
Cause Of Death: Killed in car explosion
First Appearance: Marvel Preview #21
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Preview #21 (investigated death of brother; transformed into agent to kill Moon Knight; went mad after mind control device was destroyed, killed in car explosion)
Final Appearance: Marvel Preview #21

Cobra III
Real Name: Piet Voorhees
Occupation: Professional criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Klaus Voorhees (paternal uncle, aka Cobra I/King Cobra II)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: ?
Powers: ?
First Appearance: White Tiger #?
List Of Appearances:
White Tiger #?

Cobwell, Mr.
Real Name: Cobwell (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Scientist
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #2
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #2 (spied upon by the Tinkerer and his gang)

Cochrane, Shelly
Real Name: Shelly Cochrane
Occupation: Unrevealed
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Widowed
Known Relatives: Tom Cochrane (husband, deceased), two unnamed sons
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Tangled Web #4
List of Appearances:
Tangled Web #4 (Gets mad when she finds out that Kingpin will kill her husband because his plans failed.)

Cochrane, Tom
Real Name: Tom Cochrane
Occupation: Criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Shelly Cochrane (wife), two unnamed sons
Group Affiliation: Kingpin’s organization
Source of Powers: None
Cause of Death: Choked to death by the Kingpin
First Appearance: Tangled Web #4
List of Appearances:
Tangled Web #4 (When Spider-Man interrupts a crime he had planned, Tom knows that Kingpin will kill him for failing. He goes willingly to prevent his family from being harmed.)
Final Appearance: Tangled Web #4

Code: Blue
Current Group Leader: Captain Shelley Conklin
Former Group Leader: None
Current Members: Lt. Marc Stone, Sam "Mother" Majowski, "Rigger" Ruiz, "Mad-Dog" Rassitano, "Fireworks" Fielstein
Former Members: Andrew "Jock" Jackson, Officer: ZERO
History: Code: Blue is an elite team of New York police officers founded by Marc Stone, an officer who believes that ordinary men can be trained to handle superhuman menaces (see: Stone, Marc)
First Appearance: Thor Vol.1 #426
List of Appearances:
Thor Vol.1 #426-429 (on first mission, fought the Wrecking Crew; met Thor and Excalibur)
Thor Vol.1 #432 (fought forces of Loki alongside Thor)
Thor Vol.1 #433 (met Thor II, aided him against Ulik)
Thor Vol.1 #448-451 (fought Ulik, Majowski badly injured; joined Thor II on mission to Asgard, fought Ulik again)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #372 (fought the Invisible Woman, arrested the Human Torch)
Darkhawk #23-24 (fought Darkhawk)
Spider-Man Unlimited #1 (fought Cardiac)
Thunderstrike #1 (arrested Carjack and his gang)
Spider-Man Unlimited #3 (arrested Dr. Octopus following his defeat by Spider-Man; later, arrested Ren-Tech following their defeat by Annex)
Thunderstrike #3 (with aid of Thunderstrike, stalked Sangre)
Thunderstrike #5-6 (investigated Pandara, learnt of "Holy War" in SHIELD database, arrested by SHIELD; freed by Nick Fury, fought the Peacekeepers alongside Thunderstrike, Stellaris and Blackwulf I)
Thunderstrike #7 (Jock Jackson killed saving Thunderstrike from Pandara)
Captain America Vol.1 #426 (arrested the Resistants following their defeat by Super-Patriot III and Dead-Ringer)
Thunderstrike #8 (went on training mission with Officer: ZERO, fought ZERO after it went amock)
Thunderstrike #11 (filled Thunderstrike in on use of guns in schoolyards)
Thunderstrike #13 (fought a Doombot with aid of Yancy Street Gang, funding cut by the city)
X-Force #40 (captured Thornn)
Thunderstrike #14 (fought the Wrecker, forced to disband by the city)
Thunderstrike #15 (re-mobilized against orders to battle the Thermal Man)
Thunderstrike #16 (fought Kronin Krask, city convinced to retain Code: Blue)
Fantastic Force #6 (arrested Grey Gargoyle after his defeat by Fantastic Force)
Thunderstrike #22-23 (witnessed defeat of Bloodaxe)
Ghost Rider Vol.3 #82 (unidentified members sent to contain Devil Dinosaur and Moon Boy)
Journey Into Mystery Vol.1 #505 (fought Wrecking Crew alongside Spider-Man and the Lost Gods)

Code: Gray
Current Group Leader: Unrevealed
Former Group Leader: None
Current Members: Charlie Pike, Tom Jeffers, Woodrow Truesmith, Trudy Kockenlocker
Former Members: None
History: Code: Gray is the sister team to Code: Blue, and is comprised of specialists in areas of finance, employed by New York City (see: Code: Blue)
First Appearance: Thunderstrike #16
List of Appearances:
Thunderstrike #16 (brought in by Lt. Marc Stone to aid against Kronin Krask; fought Krask in cyberspace, defeated him)

Coffee A-Go-Go
See: Appendix: M.U Companies: Coffee A-Go-Go

Coffin, Ray
Real Name: Ray Coffin
Occupation: Astronaut
Other Aliases: Captain Universe "I"
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Marrried
Known Relatives: Steve Coffin (son)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Except for the few hours he spent as Captain Universe, Ray has no
powers.
First Appearance: Micronauts Vol.1 #8
List Of Appearances:
Micronauts Vol.1 #8 (became Captain Universe to seal Prometheus Pit between Microverse and Earth)
Marvel Spotlight Vol.2 #9 (Unipower attempted to possess him again, causing heart attack; son Steve became Captain Universe instead; healed of his injuries by the Unipower)

Coffin, Steve
Real Name: Steven Coffin
Occupation: Student training to be an astronaut
Other Aliases: Captain Universe "II"
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Ray Coffin (father)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Except for the few hours he spent as Captain Universe, Steve Coffin has no superpowers. While he was Captain Universe, he used the power to create nunchuks, a skateboard and a lightsaber out of energy.
First Appearance: Marvel Spotlight Vol.2 #9
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Spotlight Vol.2 #9 (gained Captain Universe powers instead of his father; destroyed
Mister E; healed father from heart attack injuries; returned to normal)

Coffy
Real Name: Coffy (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Detective
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affilliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Daily Bugle #2
List of Appearances:
Daily Bugle #2 (Interviews Betty Brant about Jimmy Fude)
Daily Bugle #3 (Searches Betty Brant's apartment for clues about her disappearance. Later leads police officers who surround the Food Factory to apprehend Tommy)

Cohen, "Izzy"
Real Name: Isadore Cohen
Occupation: Former soldier in United States Military
Other Aliases: "Izzy"
Place of Birth: Brooklyn, New York
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: unnamed wife, unnamed son, unnamed daughter
Group Affiliation: Former member of the Howling Commandos
Source of Powers: None
Abilities: Expert mechanic
First Appearance: Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #1
List of Appearances:
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #1
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos Annual 1 (in the 1950's, rejoined Howling Commandos for mission in Korea)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos Annual 3 (in modern times, rejoined Howling Commandos for mission in Vietnam)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #49 (on mission to Tarawa, captured by the Japanese; left behind when other Commandos escaped)
Captain Savage and his Leatherneck Raiders #6 (rescued from Japanese by the Leatherneck Raiders)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #59 (rejoined the Howling Commandos)
Captain Savage and his Battlefield Raiders #11/Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #64 (with Howling Commandos and Battlefield Raiders, fought the Japanese)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #100 (attended anniversary gathering of Howling Commandos, pursued assassins, nearly killed in motorcycle accident)
Doctor Strange Vol.2 #51 (with Howling Commandos, fought Heinrich Krowler and Sir Henry Baskerville during World War II)
Captain America Vol.1 #273-274 (attended reunion of the Howling Commandos, aided in attempted rescue of Sam Sawyer)
Captain America Annual 9 (in World War II, fought forces of the Red Skull alongside Howling Commandos, Captain America and Bucky)
Marvel Comics Presents #77-79 (with Howling Commandos, briefly joined forces with Dracula in World War II)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #434 (attended seeming funeral of Nick Fury)

Coil, Ms.
Real Name: Coil (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Secretary
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Howard the Duck Vol.1 #28
List of Appearances:
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #28 (Works for Dr. Pheels Goode.)

Colcord, Malcolm
Real Name: Malcolm Colcord
Occupation: Former director of Weapon X
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: unnamed ex-wife, unnamed child, unnamed child
Group Affiliation:
Source of Powers:
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Weapon X Vol.2 #22
Weapon X Vol.2 #23 (flashback only)

Cold War
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Super villain
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Unrevealed
Powers: Cold War can manipulate cold and ice and shoot blasts of cold from his hands.
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #2
List of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #2 (frozen alot of employees at Cryogenic Center of New York, defeated by The Captain)

Cold Warriors
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Alexander
Former Group Leaders; None
Members at time of disbandment: Mon, Jocko, "Man with the canon-hand", Number Six
Former Members: Jack
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #10
History: Cold Warriors was a secret group of superbeings formed by Alexander (see: Alexander). He claimed himself that he was a special operative for the US government, but he was sent to jail after the team and Alexander himself was defeated by the X-Man known as Colossus (see: Colossus)
List of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #10 (a young kid discovers the Cold Warriors catching their former member Jack)
Marvel Comics Presents #11 (execution of former member Jack, fought Colossus)
Marvel Comics Presents #12 (fought Colossus)
Marvel Comics Presents #13
Marvel Comics Presents #14
Marvel Comics Presents #15 (defeated by Colossus)
Marvel Comics Presents #17 (the leader Alexander is sent to jail)
Final Appearance: Marvel Comics #17

Coldblood
Real Name: Eric Savin
Occupation: Mercenary
Other Aliases: Coldblood-7
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Unrevealed
Group Affilation: None
Source Of Powers: Converted into a cyborg by Dr. Gina Dyson
Powers: Superhuman strength, ability to interface with computers, sensor systems
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #26
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #26-35 (killed and resurrected as a cyborg by Mako's Project: Ultra- Tech, was aided against Mako by his former lover Dr. Gina Dyson, battled Mako's robots and apparently slew Mako in combat)
Deathlok Vol.2 #4 (evaded capture by Mechadoom)
Deathlok Vol.2 #18-21 (hunted down and fought Deathlok III in Paris, joined forces with him and Siege in defeating Harlan Ryker and his cyberwarriors)

Cole
Real Name: Cole
Occupation: Restaurant owner; former soldier, explorer, adventurer, and architect
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed location on Earth, 20,000 years ago
Marital Status: Widowed
Known Relatives: Jana (wife, deceased), Tres (daughter, deceased)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Experimentation by Taras Vol
Powers: Long life-span, superhuman strength
First Appearance: Cable Vol.2 #96
List of Appearances:
Cable Vol.2 #96 (met Cable at his restaurant, held arm-wrestling match with him, lost; told Cable how thousands of years ago, he was a neanderthal experimented on by Taras Vol, gaining a long lifespan, wandered the world for centuries beforing settling down to his restaurant; requested Cable's help in recovering a lost treasure, stolen from him by Gort and One-Eye; with Cable, recovered the treasure, which proved to be a toy doll his daughter had owned)

Cole
Real Name: Cole
Occupation: Officer at Kyln Maximum Prison Facility
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: ?
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Partner of Swad
Source of Powers: ?
Powers/Abilities: ?
Cause Of Death: Killed by the Annihilation Wave
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Annihilation: Prologue #1 (Annihilation Day: At The Kyln Maximum Prison Facility. Cole and Swad are walking with four inmates, they are stopped by 'a cleric', he tells them that he is feeling something coming. The second after the Kyln is hit by the Annihilation Wave, the Annihilation Day has begun. Before long the Kyln has been destroyed by the Wave, left all dead.

Cole, “Black Jack”
Real Name: Jonathan Payton Cole
Occupation: Currently in jail, former cop
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Ruth Cole (wife), Kevin “Kasper” Cole (son, aka White Tiger II), Gwen (common-law daughter-in-law)
Group Affiliation: Formerly NYPD
Source Of Powers: ?
Powers/Abilities: ?
First Appearance: Black Panther Vol.3 #50
List Of Appearances;
Black Panther Vol.3 #50
Black Panther Vol.3 #53
Black Panther Vol.3 #54
Black Panther Vol.3 #55
Black Panther Vol.3 #56
Black Panther Vol.3 #59
Black Panther Vol.3 #60
Black Panther Vol.3 #61
Black Panther Vol.3 #62

Cole, Ruth
Real Name: Ruth Cole
Occupation: Unemployed
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Jonathan “Black Jack” Payton Cole (husband), Kevin “Kasper” Cole (son, aka White Tiger II), Gwen (common-law daughter-in-law)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: ?
Powers/Abilities: ?
First Appearance: Black Panther Vol.3 #50
List Of Appearances;
Black Panther Vol.3 #50
Black Panther Vol.3 #52
Black Panther Vol.3 #53
Black Panther Vol.3 #54
Black Panther Vol.3 #55
Black Panther Vol.3 #56 (first name revealed as Ruth)
Black Panther Vol.3 #61
Black Panther Vol.3 #62

Collective Man
Real Name: Han, Chang, Lin, Sun and Ho Tao-Yu (all brothers)
Occupation: Goverment agent(s)
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Wuhan, People's Republic Of China
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Mary Tao-Yu (mother, deceased), unnamed father (presumed living)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Has the ability to merger as one man (all 5 of them) giving the combined man the strenght of 5 people + possesses superhuman speed, endurance and intelligence
First Appearance: Contest Of Champions #1
List Of Appearances;
Contest Of Champions #1
X-Men Vol.2 #159
X-Men Vol.2 #160

Collector
Real Name: Taneleer Tivan
Occupation: Curator
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Cygnus X-1 ("alien" planet)
Marital Status: Widower
Known Relatives: Matani (wife, deceased), Carina (daughter, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Elders of the Universe
Source Of Powers: Manipulation of cosmic energy
Powers: Immortality, ability to manipulate energy, change size and mass, shape-shifting,
precognition, telepathy
First Appearance: Avengers Vol.1 #28
List Of Appearances:
Avengers Vol.1 #28 (attempted to "collect" the Avengers, failed)

Collectors
Other Names: Council of Antiquarians
Current Group Leader: Princess Zanda
Former Group Leaders: None
Current Members: Abner Little, Colonel Rawther Pigman, Silas Mourner
Former Members: Alfred Queely, Count Zorba
First Appearance (individually): Black Panther Vol.1 #1
First Appearance (as a team): Black Panther Vol.1 #4
First Appearance (as Council of Antiquarians): Iron Man Vol.3 #21
History: A gang of hardcore collectors, loosely ties together because of their interest in obscure items, The Collectors are ruthless and will do anything to get to their goal, even kill each other. This is the reason why the team can't really be considered a team, but only a loosely-tied-together group
List of Appearances:
Black Panther Vol.1 #1 (Black Panther and Abner Little finds Alfred Queely holding the Brass Frog, they soon discovers that he has been killed. Abner Little takes the brass frog and calls Queely a poor hapless fool, and announces "So ends the miserable carreer of Alfred Queely -- recluse, collector and thief!". Suddenly Abner and Black Panther are attacked from behind by a samurai, the same one who has killed Alfred Queely. While Abner is watching the fight, Black Panther manage to defeat the samurai, but the samurai escapes. Abner tells Black Panther that Black Panther's rgrandfather Azzuri used to own the Brass Frog, and he knew that it was a time machine. Abner and Black Panther calls the police to tell them about the killing of Alfred Queely, and they leaves in a jet-copter. Abner tells Black Panther that he intends to bring the Brass Frog back to it's original resting place King Solomon's buriel chamber. Suddenly the jet-copter is attacked by unknown men, they tries brings the jet-copter to the ground, but Abner and Black Panther manage to escape and lands the jet-copter in Abner's secret hideout. There Black Panther and Abner is attacked by Zanda and her men, Abner is shot by one of them, and when Zanda's men tells her that he is dead, they ask her if they should kill the Black Panther as well, but she tells them she'll have use for him later. Princess Zanda and her men tries to get Black Panther to talk, but he begins to fight them, he is almost succeeduing in defeating them, kicking the brass frog out of Zanda's hands, seizing it for himself. Zanda orders one of her men, to shot the brass frog out of Black Panther's hands, they succeedes, but suddenly the brass frog begins to glow and brings a mysterious looking creature named Hatch 22 to the hideout.....)
Black Panther Vol.1 #2 (Black Panther, Princess Zanda and her men tries to overpower Hatch-22 but are easily defeated themselves. Hatch-22 uses his powers to disintegrate one of Zanda's men, but Blakc Panther manage to knock Hatch-22 out, but when Zanda tries to shot the creature, T'Challa stops her. After he has succesfully stopped Princess Zanda, he goes to the body of Abner Little, only to discover that the little man is still alive, because he wore a armored vest. When Hatch-22 wakes up again, he is shot by Abner Little by a dart gun, injected with a chemical to diffuses the creature, winning the three of them some time to find a way to send the creature back.....)
Black Panther Vol.1 #3 (Black Panther, Abner Little and Princess Zanda tries to find King Solomon's tomb, in order to find the machine to take Hatch-22 back to where he came from. Before finding the tomb, Black Panther has to fight a guard. In the meantime, Hatch-22 wakes up and begins to hunt Abner Little. He tries to blast Abner, but he manage to evade the beam, instead the beam hits the guard, which is destroyed. Zanda tries to knock down Hatch-22 with a stone, but Hatch-22 hits the rock with a beam, dissolving the stone and strikes a far wall, revealing the tomb. In the tomb the three finds the machine and manage to sent Hatch-22 back to his own time.....)
Black Panther Vol.1 #4 (In King Solomon's tomb, Abner Little uses an item he has found in the tomb to shot the guard, who disintegrates. The three "partners" begins to argue whether or not to take something with them from the tomb. Black Panther takes the brass frogs from Zanda and throws them away, when they hits the floor and shatters, the tomb begins to fall apart, and the three of them manage to escape just in time. After the incident at the tomb of King Solomon, the three of them goes to Princess Zanda's homecountry of Narobia. There Abner and T'Challa is thrown into a room, and attacked by a samurai . After having defeated the samurai, Abner and T'Challa is freed, and taken to a large chamber in the royal palace, where T'Challa is introduced to the other Collectors. Princess Zanda tells Abner that they have found a map of the legendary Samurai City....
Black Panther Vol.1 #5 (Princess Zanda wants Black Panther to find the ledengary Samurai City, to try to find the water-skin which gives eternal life, Black Panther refuses, but Abner Little wants to participate, and the rest of the Collectors make it clear than thet won't make them leave, Princess Zanda shows Black Panther that she has missiles pointing towards Wakanda, and won't hesitate using them f Black Panther refuses to bring back the water-skin. T'Challa finally afgrees to go to the Samurai City with Abner Little. They leaves in a craft. Suddenly the two companions are shot down and then attacked by a Yeti-alike creature, after having defeated the creature, they stand eye-to-eye with a samurai, who tells them that shey shall prepare to die.....)
Black Panther Vol.1 #6 (After Black Panther has manages to defeat the samurai, Abner rushes to get the samurai's sword. Black Pnther tells him to calm down, and asks him if he intends to bring the samurai and his sword to the Collectors as well. Abner tells him to be careful, since The Collectors are people of power. Suddenly the tow of them is attacked by the defeated samurai again, who tells them that he is now in total disgrace, and that they now needs to kill him. They refuses and asks him to bring them to the samurai city. The samurai takes them there, and knocks on a hugegong. Which is painful for Abner's ears. The other samurai's is about to attakc the strangers after they sees that T'Challa has the samurai's sword. But they calms down after the samurai tells them that the strangers are to be brought to Sinzu, Abner and T'Challa followes the samurai and are introduced to Shinzu. When Shinzu tells them that the samurai's honor must be won back, Abner tells T'Challa not to worry it's nothing he can't handle. But when the challanger comes to win back the honor, Abner has second thoughts. And while the fight goes on, he slips away unnotized. He discovers the sacred water-skin and tries to steal some, but he is discovered and now being chased by the other samurais)
Black Panther Vol.1 #7 (To save Abner and himself Black Panther reveals his identity as the ruler of Wakanda, and tells them that according to their own code of honor, he can "buy" Abner free, after a little while, the samurais agrees but they needs to leave the water-skin behind them, and leave the city immediely. Abner isn't fond of the idea, but is forced to agree and leave with T'Challa. The two of them returns to the other Collectors and tells them that they didn't get the water-skin with them. Suddenly Abner reveals that he has indeed gotten hold of a small potion of the water-skin, then the Collectors begins to fight each other to get the potion, Abner throws the vial containing the potion to Black Panther, but one of Zanda's soldiers accidently shots the vial which breaks and the potion is lost. Black Panther decides to leave, and escapes in an aircraft)
Iron Man Vol.3 #16 (Count Zorba calls Stark Solution for help. Talks with Pepper Potts who directs the call to Tony Stark. Count Zorba tells Stark, that he is a collector of rare antiquities, and is currently seeking a lost treasure and he wants to hire Stark Solutions to help him find the treasure. Tony tells Count Zorba that although he is intrigued by the assignment, he has to let it go, Count Zorba tells Stark that he won't take no for an answer, but Tony says that he has to, and cuts of the connection. He is angered and begins to think of a way he can acquire Starks services before the others can get the treasure....)
Iron Man Vol.3 #18 (At a private party at the Stark mansion in Seattle, Abner Little comes and introduces himself to Tony Stark, telling him that he wants to hire Stark Solutions to locate a certain lost treasure. Tony tells Abner that he can't accept the offer, because he has just been hired by Baintronics.)
Iron Man Vol.3 #21 (In the Canadian Nunavut territory, "reunited" with Tony Stark. Tony is surprised to see Abner there since he was hired by a museum, but Abner tells him that he recently bought the museum, thereby tricking Tony Stark to work for him anyway. Suddenly the group of people are attacked by a mysterious spaceship-look-a-like. Abner tries to shot it down with his gun, but is unsuccessfull. When Iron Man succeedes in taking down the craft, the passangers are revealed as Abner's partners Princess Zanda and Count Zorba, also on the look for the lost temple.)
Iron Man Vol.3 #22 (Escapes from Inferno's fury. After Inferno has left, Tony questions Zanda, Abner and Zorba about their interest in the temple, Abner tells Tony that neither Zanda not Zorba can be trusted, whereto Tony answers "No more than I trust you....., and that goes for all of you". Zorba and Zanda decides to tell Stark aobut the temple and the rest of them, and the four of them alongside Dr. Mann decides to go to another temple where their partner Colonel Nigel Pigman have uncovered yet another temple. They arrives there and are reunited with Pigman. Pigman is surprised to see his "partners" and even Tony Stark, and asks him if he has joined their group. Suddenly Zorba is gone, and a bright light appears, and then a creature appears before them. The creature calls himself Carnivore, and is revealed to be Zorba who has new gotten powers. Carnivore now attacks his former partners, but Zanda uses her gun to shot Carnivore who is stopped for a minute. Then Iron Man appears and begins to fight Carnivore. Meanwhile the rest of the Collectors learns more about the temples, and how those temples were build for eight great entities, and that the first human who touched the toptem created by the entities would be turned into an Exemplar.... a living embodiment of that power". Iron Man is still fighting Carnivore, but just before he can defeat the villain, two other of the Exemplars appears and takes him away with them....)
Black Panther Vol.3 #40 (Reunited with his old friend the Black Panther)
Black Panther Vol.3 #41 (Calls the Black Panther and tells him that he has located her in Philadelphia. Meets with Ross, tells him that he is late, and to call him Mr. Little, take Ross onboard an airplane where the two of them joins the Black Panther.)
Black Panther Vol.3 #42 (Princess Zanda is revealed to work "undercover" at a KCF drive-in, where her enemies would never look for her. Abner Little, the Black Panther and Ross goes to  Philadelphia to pick up his partner Princess Zanda)
Black Panther Vol.3 #43 (Princess Zanda and Abner Little are onboard a craft alongside the Black Panther, Nightshade and Ross, goes to Kiber Island)
Black Panther Vol.3 #44 (Princess Zanda and Abner Little Alongside the Black Panther, Nightshade and Ross returns with the Brass Frog to T'Challa)
Black Panther Vol.3 #45 (Princess Zanda and Abner Little, alonsige the Black Panther, Ross, Nightshade and Monica Lynne uses their craft to goes to Washington. Watches as Abner Little sends the Brass Frogs to where they came from. Suddenly Henry Peter Gyrich appears and orders his men to take Abner Little away now....)

Collins, Gail
Real Name: Gail Collins (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Unrevealed
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Laurie Collins (daughter, aka Wallflower)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance (as Mrs. Collins): New Mutants Vol.3 #6
First Appearance (as Gail Collins): New Mutants Vol.3 #11
History:
List of Appearances:
New Mutants Vol.3 #6 (comes to Xavier's school, tro pay her daughter and her friends a visit)
New Mutants Vol.3 #11 (flashback, first name revealed)

Collins, Laurie
See: Wallflower

Collins, Misty
Real Name: Misty Collins
Occupation: Model
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Spencer Michael Collins (father), unnamed mother, George Collins (paternal grandfather), Nancy Collins (paternal grandmother), Millicent Collins (paternal aunt), Evelyn (greataunt), Lily (cousin-once-removed), Dee-Dee (cousin, once-removed)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Talented model
First Appearance: Misty #1
List Of Appearances;
Misty #1

Collins, Mrs.
Real Name: Collins (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Unrevealed
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Mr. Collins (husband)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #40
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #40 (one of the inhabitants in Millwood, New Hampshire, the entire population was exposed to toxic waste, and Overmind tried to save them all)

Collins, Rusty
Real Name: Rusty Collins
Occupation: Former sailor, adventurer, terrorist
Other Aliases: Firearm
Place Of Birth: Tulsa, Oklahoma
Marital Status: single
Known Relatives: unnamed father (deceased), unnamed mother (deceased), unnamed uncle
Group Affiliation: Former member of X-Terminators, New Mutants, Mutant Liberation Front and Acolytes
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Had the ability to generate heat and flames, his flame powers were psionic
Cause Of Death: Life-force absorbed by Holocaust
First Appearance: X-Factor #1
History: His mutant abilities was triggered by the kiss of a girl named Emma La Porte (see: La Porte, Emma). The only problem was that Rusty burned the poor girl, so her boyfriend Chief Fisher hired X-Factor to hunt down the kid (see: Fisher, Mr.; X-Factor)
List Of Appearances;X-Factor #1 (burned Emma La Porte, fought X-Factor, joined team as the newest trainee)
X-Factor #2 (in training session with Marvel Girl)
X-Factor #4 (left the X-Factor's training camp, tried to begin living a normal life, attacked by Frenzy, rescued by X-Factor and rejoined team)
X-Factor #5
X-Factor #7
X-Factor #8 (fought Freedom Force, helped by Skids)
X-Factor #9 (badly injured)
X-Factor #10 (Mutant Massacre)
X-Factor #12
X-Factor #13
X-Factor #14
X-Factor #15
X-Factor #16 (makes deal with Masque to help Emma La Porte)
X-Factor #17
X-Factor #18
X-Factor #19
X-Factor #20 (had a disagreement with Rictor, later on had a fight with him, went away, attacked by "Blade" and three other muggers)
X-Factor #21
X-Factor #22 (attacked by The Right)
X-Factor #23 (freed by X-Factor)
X-Factor #27
X-Factor #28
X-Factor #29
X-Factor #30
X-Factor #31 (helps other young X-Factor members with the plans to make sure that Infectia don't falls for Infectia)
X-Factor #32
X-Factor #33 (offered membership in Alliance of Evil, refused, fought Alliance of Evil instead)
X-Terminators #1-4 (Inferno)
X-Factor #40
X-Factor #41
New Mutants Vol.1 #87 (freed by Mutant Liberation Front, and joined team)
X-Men #42 (killed by Holocaust)
Final Appearance: X-Men #42

Collins, Stan
Real Name: Stan Collins
Occupation: Surgeon, head of trauma
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: The Hood #4
List of Appearances:
The Hood #4 (Tells Liz Bondi that her husband’s wounds have left him in a coma he may not come out of.)

Collins Sr.,  L.R.
Real Name: L.R. "Skip" Collins Sr.
Occupation: Employee of Acme Aglet; former soldier
Other Aliases: "The Man With the Power"
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Louisa Collins (wife), L.R. Collins Jr. (son), 3 unnamed children
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Energy from an atomic bomb test
Powers: Able to subtely influence reality through his desires
First Appearance: Fantastic Four Vol.1 #234
List of Appearances:
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #234 (visited New York, saw the Fantastic Four; used power to undo damage to the Earth caused by Ego arriving in Earth's solar system, powers apparently lost)

Coln, Sean
Real Name: Sean Coln
Occupation: TV-host
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Partner with Hannity
Source of Powers:
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.2 #8
History:
List of Appearances:
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.2 #8 (on tv-show Hannity & Coln, interviews Carl Holzmann, Reed Richard, William Gilmour and Donald McKinney)

Colon, Cheryl
Real Name: Cheryl Colon
Occupation: Student
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Darkhawk #3
List Of Appearances:
Darkhawk #3 (seen, revealed as Chris Powell's girlfriend)
Darkhawk #7 (last name revealed, defeated Chris Powell in karate session)
Darkhawk #9 (visited Headset at the hospital)
Darkhawk #10
Darkhawk #11 (at the trial against Mr. Bazin, meets her daughter and has a fight with her)
Darkhawk #17 (revealed as one of the hostages at Midtown High)
Darkhawk #21 (came ot see Chris, angered when Chris by mistake called her Allegra, walked away from him)

Colonel Tiger I
Real Name: Ligon Tiger
Occupation: Mercenary
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: England
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affilliation: Warheads, MysTech, Dark Guard
Source of Power: None
First Appearance: Warheads #1
List of Appearances:
Warheads #1
Warheads #2 (saved by Leona McBride from Bad-Hand)

Colonel Tiger II
Real Name: Inapplicable
Occupation: Henchman
Other Aliases: None
Place of Creation: Unrevealed
Creator: Unrevealed
Group Affilliation: Warheads, MysTech, Training Robots
Source of Power: Robot
Powers: Superhuman strength
Cause of Death: Shot in the head by Leona McBride
First Appearance: Warheads #2
List of Appearances:
Warheads #2 (was shot in the head during a rehearsal mode)
Final Appearance: Warheads #2

Colonel Tiger III
Real Name: Inapplicable
Occupation: Henchmen
Other Aliases: None
Place of Creation: Unrevealed
Creator: Unrevealed
Group Affilliation: Ally of Alkemist
Source of Powers: Android
Powers: Superhuman strength, invulnerability, knife
Cause of Death: Shot through the neck by Beth
First Appearance: Death's Head II #13
List of Appearances:
Death's Head II #13
Death's Head II #14 (tried to kill Death's Head II, shot by Beth)
Final Appearance: Death's Head II #14

Colonel Tiger IV
Real Name: Inapplicable
Occupation: Henchman
Other Aliases: None
Place of Creation: Unrevealed
Creator: Unrevealed
Group Affilliation: Ally of Alkemist
Source of Powers: Android
Powers: Superhuman strength, energy blaster
Cause of Death: Punched through the chest by Tuck
First Appearance: Death's Head II #14
List of Appearances:
Death's Head II #14 (sent by Alkemist to kill Tuck)
Final Appearance: Death's Head II #14

Colosso
Real Name: None
Occupation: Training robot
Other Aliases: None
Place of Creation: Professor Xavier's School For Gifted Youngsters, Westchester County, New York
Creator: Professor Charles Xavier
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Robotic construction
Powers: Superhuman strength and durability, able to fire energy blasts and sticky paste
Cause of Destruction: Smashed by Colossus
First Appearance: "Uncanny" X-Men #22
List of Appearances:
"Uncanny" X-Men #22 (fought the X-Men in the Danger Room, defeated)
"Uncanny" X-Men #94 (fought the new X-Men in the Danger Room)
"Uncanny" X-Men #110 (re-programmed by Warhawk, fought Colossus in Danger Room)
Uncanny X-Men Annual 3 (fought Colossus in Danger Room, destroyed by him)
Fantastic Four: The World's Greatest Comics Magazine #3 (flashback, fought X-Men in Danger Room)
Final Appearance: Uncanny X-Men Annual #3

Colossus I
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Scouting agent for the Vegans
Other Aliases: Agent 7M
Place of Birth: Vega Superior
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Member of the Vegan race
Powers: Superhuman strength and size
First Appearance: Tales To Astonish #58
List of Appearances:
Tales To Astonish #58 (landed in Bora-Buru on survey mission; fought Giant-Man and the Wasp, feared that all humans possessed their powers, retreated aboard spacecraft)

Colossus II
Real Name: Piotr Nikolaievitch Rasputin
Occupation: Adventurer, artist, student
Other Aliases: (former) The Proletarian, Peter Nicholas
Place Of Birth: Ust-Ordynski Collective, Lake Baikal, Siberia, U.S.S.R (now Russia)
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Peter (son), Nikolai Rasputin (father, deceased), Alexandra Rasputina (mother, deceased), Mikhail Nikolaievitch Rasputin (older brother), Illyana Rasputina (younger sister, aka Magik, deceased), Grigory Efimovich (great-grandfather, deceased), Elena (great-grandmother), Ivan (great-granduncle, deceased), Grigory (grandfather, deceased), Vladimir (uncle), unnamed aunt (deceased), unnamed uncle (deceased), Larisa Mishchenko (cousin), Konstantin (cousin, deceased), Klara (cousin, deceased), Dimitriy (cousin, deceased)
Group Affiliation: X-Men
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Above normal intelligence, athlectic (in steel-form): Superhuman strenght, stamina and durability. Has the ability to transform his entire body into an organic steel-like substance
Cause Of Death: Injected himself with anti-virus for the lethal virus called Legacy Virus
First Appearance (as Colossus): Giant-Size X-Men #1
First Appearance (as Proletarian): Uncanny X-Men #123
List Of Appearances;
Giant-Size X-Men #1 (joined X-Men)
"Uncanny" X-Men #107
"Uncanny" X-Men #114-115
"Uncanny" X-Men #123-124 (brainwashed by Arcade into The Proletarian)
"Uncanny" X-Men #128 (alongside X-Men, fought Proteus II, seemingly killed him)
"Uncanny" X-Men #129
"Uncanny" X-Men #136-137 (alongside X-Men on the Moon fought Shi'Ar Imperial Guards, witnessed seemingly death of Phoenix II)
X-Men and the Micronauts #1 (Comes to Professor’s aid when he is attacked by Baron Karza. Goes with the X-Men to the Microverse.)
X-Men and the Micronauts #2 (Fights the mentally controlled Micronauts and is defeated.)
X-Men and the Micronauts #3 (Is used by the Entity to fight Dog Soldiers. Once able, attempts to escape.)
X-Men and the Micronauts #4 (With the teams, makes it back to Earth and fights the mind controlled New Mutants.)
Uncanny X-Men #177-179
Secret Wars #1-12 (with other superheroes and villians sent to Beyonder's world)
Uncanny X-Men #183
Uncanny X-Men #211 (Mutant Massacre, killed Riptide)
Uncanny X-Men #227
Uncanny X-Men Annual 13
Marvel Comics Presents #3 (Save The Tiger, flashback)
Marvel Comics Presents #10
Marvel Comics Presents #11 (met the family found Zachery, fought Cold Warriors)
Marvel Comics Presents #12 (fought Cold Warriors, escaped with the family)
Marvel Comics Presents #13 (fought Cold Warriors again)
Marvel Comics Presents #14 (knocked Number Six out, and took her to the house where the family was staying, teamed with Number Six)
Marvel Comics Presents #15 (defeated Jocko)
Marvel Comics Presents #16 (captured Alexander)
Marvel Comics Presents #17
Marvel Comics Presents #21 (flashback)
Marvel Comics Presents #43 (flashback)
Uncanny X-Men #231
X-Factor #38 (Inferno; with X-Factor and X-Men fought Goblyn Queen and her demons)
X-Factor #39 (Inferno)
Uncanny X-Men #259 (as Peter Nicholas)
Uncanny X-Men #262-263 (regained memory)
Damage Control #4 (In flashback, helps members of Damage Control trapped in the Danger Room.)
Uncanny X-Men #264
Uncanny X-Men #277
Uncanny X-Men #279
Storm #1
Storm #4
Uncanny X-Men #390 (chose to sacrifice himself, by injecting himself with anti-virus, thereby killing off the Legacy Virus, but also himself)
Astonishing X-Men Vol.3 #4 (revealed to be alive again)

Colozzo, Mr.
Real Name: Colozzo (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Teacher at Midtown High
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Darkhawk #16
List Of Appearances:
Darkhawk #16 (stopped a fight between Chris and Kramer)

Comet
Real Name: Harris Morris
Occupation: Adventurer
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: New York
Marital Status: Widower
Known Relatives: Helen Morris (wife, presumed deceased), Frank Morris (son, aka Crimebuster, deceased), unnamed daughter (presumed deceased)
Group Affiliation: Champions of Xandar
Source Of Powers: A gaseous comet
Powers: Had the ability to project electrical energy and fly. His body had high resistance to the harmful effects of rapid flight
Cause Of Death: Died battling the forces of Nebula
First Appearance (as Harris Morris): Nova Vol.1 #21
First Appearance (as Comet): Nova Vol.1 #22
List Of Appearances:
Nova Vol.1 #21 (found in an alley by Mike Burley, brought to the hospital)
Nova Vol.1 #22 (regained memory, escaped from hospital, told Mike Burley some of his origin, alongside Nova fought Diamondhead)
Nova Vol.1 #23 (alongside Nova fought Diamondhead, told Mike Burley about the attack on his family)
Nova Vol.1 #24 (attacked by Crimebuster, learned that Crimebuster is his son)
Rom #24 (died)
Final Appearance: Rom #24

Comet Man
Real Name: Stephen Beckley
Occupation: Astronomer, astrophysicist (former) astronaut
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed location in Florida
Marital Status: Widower
Known Relatives: Jack Beckley (father, deceased), unnamed mother), John (older brother, who was given up for adoption, so his last name was another than his siblings, deceased), Rosemary (sister), Ann Beckley (wife, deceased), Benny Beckley (son), unnamed brother-in-law
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Alien technology
Powers: Superhuman strength and resistance to injuries. Has the ability to project concussive energy from his hands at will. Telekinetic powers which enable him to levitate objects and gives him the ability to fly. Teleportation and the psionical ability to project a portion of his own consciousness into the mind of another human
First Appearance: Comet Man #1
List Of Appearances;
Comet Man #1-6
Marvel Comics Presents #50
Marvel Comics Presents #51
Marvel Comics Presents #52
Marvel Comics Presents #53
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #315-317

Commander Kraken
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Professional criminal, pirat
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Former Hydra-agent
Source Of Powers: None
Cause Of Death: Killed by multiple gunshot by The Scourge at "The Bar With No Name"
First Appearance: Sub-Mariner Vol.1 #27
List Of Appearances;
Sub-Mariner Vol.1 #27 (fought Namor)
The Cat #3 (fought The Cat, defeated but manage to escape)
Captain America Vol.1 #319 (attended meeting at "Bar With No Name" killed by Scourge)
Final Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #319

Commando II
Real Name: M-Nell
Occupation: Warrior in the Shi'ar Elite Imperial Guard
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed location in the Kree Empire
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The Imperial Guard
Source of Powers: Mental contact with the Supreme Intelligence
Powers: Briefly possessed superhuman strength and limited cosmic awareness
First Appearance: Imperial Guard #1
List of Appearances:
Imperial Guard #1 (participated in Imperial Guard's mission to Earth, fought Underground Militia, captured)
Imperial Guard #2 (discovered he had gained superhuman powers, freed Imperial Guard from Underground Militia)
Imperial Guard #3 (learnt Supreme Intelligence was behind his powers, helped Imperial Guard and Rick Jones defeat him)

Commcast
Real Name: Garabed Bashur
Occupation: Mercenary
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed location in India
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Former leader of the Executive Elite
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Commcast is able to receive and store data transmissions from technology. He is the "Electronic equivalent of a telepath of the highest order."
First Appearance: Deadpool: The Circle Chase Vol.1 #2
List of Appearances:
Deadpool: The Circle Chase Vol.1 #2 (Is contacted by Courier and hired to kill Deadpool, Copycat and Cable, starting with Deadpool.)
Deadpool: The Circle Chase Vol.1 #3 (With the Executive Elite, captures Deadpool and is shot by Weasel.)
X-Men #38 (Professor X talks to Bishop about Commcast, revealing his powers.)
Thunderbolts #51 (Is contacted by Roger Aubrey and asked to give data about Dallas Riordan's status in Latveria to the Redeemers.)

Commissar
Real Name: None
Occupation: Puppet ruler of Sin-Cong
Other Aliases: None
Place of Creation: Sin-Cong
Creator: Major Hoy
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Robotic construction
Powers: Superhuman strength
Cause of Destruction: Control panel destroyed by the Scarlet Witch
First Appearance: Avengers Vol.1 #18
List of Appearances:
Avengers Vol.1 #18 (laid trap for the Avengers in Sin-Cong, bested them in personal combat, revealed as a robot, destroyed)
Final Appearance: Avengers Vol.1 #18

Commission on Superhuman Activities
Current Group Leader: Valerie Cooper
Former Group Leader: Douglas Rockwell
Current Members: Orville Sanderson, George Mathers, General Heywerth, Henry Peter Gyrich, Adrian Sammish, Raymond Sikorsky, Martin Farrow, Wesley Werner, Barney Fiddler, Brian Rinehart, Walsh, Ballard, MacKenzie, ?, others unnamed
Former Members: Andrea Sterman
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #331
List Of Appearances;
Captain America Vol.1 #331
Captain America Vol.1 #332 (requested that Captain America I either serve them, or turn in his uniform)
Captain America Vol.1 #333 (began searching for a new Captain America; chose Super-Patriot II, making him Captain America VI)
Captain America Vol.1 #334 (Lewis Haywerth met with Valerie Cooper and Douglas Rockwell, discussed how they would proceed in training Captain America VI)
Captain America Vol.1 #335 (watched Captain America VI and Bucky IV in training session, Adrian Sammish sent Captain America VI and Bucky IV on mission to infiltrate the Watchdogs)
Captain America Vol.1 #339 (sent Captain America VI and Bucky IV on mission to stop Famine II)
Captain America Vol.1 #344 (debriefing on incident involving Viper II in Washington)
Captain America Vol.1 #345 (confronted the Captain)
Captain America Vol.1 #346 (Adrian Sammish collected Captain America VI from prison after he had killed several Watchdogs)
Captain America Vol.1 #347 (meeting on whether to cut Captain America VI loose)
Captain America Vol.1 #348 (confronted by the President, forced to release the Captain from their custody)
Captain America Vol.1 #350 (debated Captain America VI's value to them; returned the Captain America uniform to Captain America I)
Captain America Vol.1 #351 (Holds press conference to reveal the original Cap has returned, makes it appear that Walker was killed.)
Captain America Vol.1 #352 (asked Battlestar to remain in their service, turned down)
Captain America Vol.1 #354 (introduced to the US Agent)
Captain America Vol.1 #358 (Lewis Haywerth sent US Agent on mission to protect the Power Broker)
Captain America Vol.1 #380 (Lewis Haywerth assaulted by US Agent, who demanded his concealed memories be returned to him)
Captain America Vol.1 #382 (Lewis Haywerth returned US Agent's memories, re-wrote them so that he thought he had requested they conceal them)
Nomad Vol.1 #1 (decided to investigate Jack Monroe)
Nomad Vol.1 #2 (listen to Andrea Sterman's report on Jack Monroe)
Nomad Vol.1 #3
Nomad Vol.2 #1
Thunderbolts #21 (flashback, met with Hawkeye, turned down his request that the Thunderbolts be given pardons)
Thunderbolts #26 (discussed using Abner Jenkins as an agent)
Black Panther Vol.3 #26 (Barney Fiddler collects seeming aliens on Wakandan soil which proved to be Deviants; fought Black Panther over Deviant child, defeated)
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #33 (Barney Fiddler attempted to prevent Hulk and Queen Divine Justice from recovering Russian submarine with biological warheads)
Sentinel #6 (Rinehart holds press conference)

Sentinel #7
Sentinel #8 (Ballard and MacKenzie appears alongside Rinehart in battle armor)
Sentinel #9 (fought Sentinel)

Committee
Group Leader at time of disbansion: Baron Thunder
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbansion: Razor I, Ice I, Boom-Boom I, Bull, Dragon II, Moon Knight, "Frenchie", Behemoth, Ma Mayhem, Tatterdemalion, Enforcer
Former Members: Moon Knight, "Frenchie"
First Appearance: Werewolf By Night #9
List Of Appearances:
Werewolf By Night #9 (sent Sidney Sarnak after the Werewolf)
Werewolf By Night #17 (sent the Behemoth after the Werewolf)
Werewolf By Night #18 (sent Ma Mayhem to kill the Werewolf)
Werewolf By Night #32-33 (hired the Moon Knight to capture the Werewolf)
Spider-Woman Vol.1 #19 (hired the Enforcer to kill the Werewolf)
Moon Knight Vol.1 #4 (disbanded by the Moon Knight and his allies)
Final Appearance: Moon Knight Vol.1 #4

Committee To Elect Graydon Creed
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Graydon Creed
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment: Carly Alverez (political advisor), Robert Drake (undercover), Samson Guthry (undercover)
Former Members: None
First Apppearance:
History: The Committe To Elect Graydon Creed was formed to help Graydon Creed win the presidental election in '96 (see: Creed, Graydon)
List of Appearances:
Uncanny X-Men #338
(Carly Alverez meets with Robert Drake, unaware that he is a mutant. Introduces him to Samson Guthry (aka Cannonball) unawarew that the two know each other)
Uncanny X-Men #340

Committee To Regain America's Principles
Group leader af time of disbandment: Quentin Harderman
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment: Viper I, Moonstone I
Former members: Tumbler I
First Appearance: Captain America I #169
History: Organization formed by Quentin Harderman and Jordan Dixon (see: Harderman, Quentin; Viper I). The purpose was to discredit Captain America in the eyes on the public (see: Captain America I)
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #169 (Captain America watches on a tv screen an ad campaign by the "Commitee To Regain America's Principles", where Captain America is being miscredited. He sees the man running the campaign, and wants a word with him since all of it was a lie. He decides to pay the leader of the campaign a visit. Captain America comes to the office of "Commitee To Regain America's Principles" at Madison Avenue. Harderman's secretary tells Captain America, that Harderman  doesn't see anyone today, but Captain America tells her that he insists.Captain America comes into Harderman's office, and learns that Harderman is the man in the ad campaign. Harderman tells him that he felt it appropriate, and that "The Committee" is primarily a personal statement by himself personally. Harderman tells Captain America that if he wants to prove him wrong, he could vcome to a charity boxing match. Captain America tells him that it's a deal and leaves. Harderman then calls someone [Tumbler] to tell him that the plan is operative. later at the Exhibit Hall where the charity boxing match is to take place, Harderman introduces the man Captain America is about to fight as John Robert Keane. Captain America realizes that the man is the Tumbler and Tumbler gets scarred, and tries to run away. Suddenly Tumbler drops dead, and Harderman thinks to himself "just as planned! that sucker didn't know he was being set up all along". In the shadows Moonstone is revealed as the real murder, he reveals that he shot Tumbler with a sliver-thin laser beam thru the skull of Tumbler...)
Captain America Vol.1 #170 Harderman cries "All of you saw this blatant reactionary assault -- This murder of an innocent man -- A man killed by Captain America". Captain America realizing that Harderman has set him up, cries at him, and it about to hit him, but cops comes to stop him, and Captain America escapes. Outside Captain America is stopped by a person calling himself Moonstone. The two of them begins to fight, and Moonstone manages to defeat Captain America. Harderman arrives, and Moonstone thinks to himself "here comes the boss". Harderman announces the new hero of the city to the public Moonstone. Moonstone and Harderman takes Captain America to jail. Captain America wakes up in his cell, outside the cell he hears Harderman and Moonstone talking with the press. One of the reporters ask Moonstone about his past, and he begins to tell him a tale about him being a janitor at a small midwest university where he found the Moonstone, a story made up by Harderman because Moonstone was never a janitor. After Moonstone's tale, Harderman tells the press that he thinks they got enough, and thanks them for coming. In flashback, Moonstone meets with Harderman and Viper. Moonstone wants to join the "Committee To Regain America's Principles", saying that he could be a distinct asset to them, Viper and Harderman agrees, and Moonstone joins the operation. Harderman tells Moonstone that Viper has been captured by Captain America, and now a swear-ad campaign to ruin Captain America's image is to take place, and a murder frame-up is also part of the plan=
Captain America Vol.1 #171 (outside Quentin Co, at 1701 Penn Street, Captain America puts two and two together, Quentin as in Quentin Harderman. Suddenly Falcon arrives as well, and the two of them begins to talk about the recent events. Suddenly Moonstone appears and he manages to defeat both the heroes)
Captain America Vol.1 #172 (Moonstone is about top kill off the two heroes, when Harderman comes out of Quentin Co. and stops him, telling him that the plan is to ruin their reputation not making them martyrs. He orders him to call the media, and go ahead with the plan. In Central Park he joins up with the Secret Empire and leaves the two heroes with them. Not long after the two heroes comes running into Moonstone, having freed themselves. Moonstone is angry at the Secret Empire agents for letting them go.)
Captain America Vol.1 #173 (mentioned, Professor X reveals to Captain America that the Secret Empire has used the advertising or propaganga, produced by their agents pn Madison Avenue, one of them is Quentin Harderman)
Captain America Vol.1 #174 (Moonstone is on tv, at a talk show, while Haderman watches, thinking to himself, that the audience are lapping it all up, feeling good about himself)
Captain America Vol.1 #175 (Moonstone comes out of the door, telling Harderman that he can't believe he is the star at a congressional hearing, and Harderman answers "yes, it went smoothly". Suddenly an aircraft lands outside, and Harderman tells Moonstone that their allies has arrived. Moonstone is send out to "attack" the allies so the audience still thinks that Moonstone is a hero. Moonstone is easily defeated, and taken onboard the aircraft. There the man who "defeated" Moonstone tells him that Moonstone almost made him believe that he actually defeated Moonstone. After the short conversation. Moonstone gets out of the aircraft, announcing to the audience that the Secret Empire is way to strong, and that they have already been defeated so they better surrender. When Captain America comes to the rescue, Moonstone says loud "so -- the renegade vigilante shows up to join his Secret Empire friends". Captain America defeats the criminal, and Harderman comes "changing" colors with the words that he has just learned the truth, that the real enemy is Moonstone. Moonstone feeling betrayed by Harderman tells the truth to all the cameras around, that it was all a set up to frame Captain America. In jail Viper is watching as his plans to frame Captain America falls to the ground. Harderman and Moonstone are sent to jail....)
Final Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #175

Comrade X
See: Madame X

Conan, Neil
Real Name: Neil Conan
Occupation: TV reporter
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers:
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
X-Treme X-Men #46
Fantastic Four Vol.3 #9

Conan The Barbarian
See: Appendix; Hyborian Age, Conan The Barbarian

Concept Inc.
See: Appendix, M.U Companies, Concept Inc.

Concussion
Real Name: Mikhail (last name unrevealed)
Occupation: Rebel, freedom fighter
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: U.S.S.R.
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The Exiles II
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Able to fire bolts of concussive force from his hands
Cause of Death: Shot by Firefox
First Appearance: X-Factor Annual 1
List of Appearances:
X-Factor Annual 1 (with the Exiles, rescued Iceman from death; aided Iceman in raiding laboratory of Doppelganger)
Soviet Super-Soldiers #1 (with Iron Curtain and Blind Faith, saved Ursa Major, Vanguard and Darkstar from Russian government; attacked by Firefox, hands shot off; killed after being interrogated by Firefox)
Final Appearance: Soviet Super-Soldiers #1

Condor
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: criminal, scientist
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers:
Powers: Has the ability to fly
First Appearance: Nova Vol.1 #2
List Of Appearances:
Nova Vol.1 #2 (in the shadows watched Nova in action, later returned to his hiding place where he teamed-up with his partner Powerhouse, fought Nova, but escaped)
Nova Vol.1 #3 (after Diamondhead escaped Nova, joined forces with him)
Nova Vol.1 #6 (alongside Diamondhead, freed Powerhouse from the hospital, fought Nova)
Nova Vol.1 #8 (alongside Powerhouse and Diamondhead escaped from spacestation and Nova)
Nova Vol.2 #5 (fought Nova)

Coney Island Cruisers
Group Leader: Big Thunder
Other members: Bernie, Bobo, Ernie, Georgie, “Weasel”, Tony, Lou, Murray many unnamed others
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #240
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #240 (The Coney Island Cruisers try to make a deal with some mobsters by offering a building on their turf to them as a place to use to store things. The gang tries to force the building’s lone resident out, but Captain America stops them and defeats Big Thunder.)
Captain America Vol.1 #309 (Some members see Madcap wandering around their turf and attack him. Are driven temporarily insane by him.)

Conklin, Sheila
Real Name: Sheila Conklin
Occupation: Head of Conklin Industries
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Engaged
Known Relatives: Cougar (fiance, deceased)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel Two-In-One #19
List of Appearances:
Marvel Two-In-One #19 (allowed the Cougar to work for her as a scientist to pull company out of bankruptcy; became engaged to him; killed him when she realized he had been overcome by greed)

Conklin, Shelley
Real Name: Captain Shelley Conklin
Occupation: Head of Code: Blue
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Widowed
Known Relatives: Paul Conklin Sr. (husband, deceased), Amy Conklin (daughter), Paul Conklin Jr. (son)
Group Affiliation: Code: Blue
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Thor Vol.1 #426
List of Appearances:
Thor Vol.1 #426 (first sent Code: Blue into action)
Thor Vol.1 #432 (oversaw Code: Blue's altercation with Loki)
Thor Vol.1 #450 (attempted to talk Marc Stone out of bringing Code: Blue to Asgard)
Thunderstrike #5 (oversaw Code: Blue's handling of the Pandara case)
Thunderstrike #8 (with Marc Stone, witnessed testing of Officer Zero)
Thunderstrike #11 (educated Thunderstrike on cases involving guns in public schools)
Thunderstrike #13 (ordered by Chief O'Grady and Jim Young to cut down on Code: Blue operations)
Thunderstrike #14 (forced to suspend Code: Blue by the mayor's office)
Thunderstrike #15 (alerted to assault by the Thermal Man by her husband, re-activated Code: Blue and joined them in the field; witnessed husband's death)
Thunderstrike #16 (with Code: Blue, fought Kronin Krask; convinced the mayor's office to restore Code: Blue)
Thunderstrike #24 (oversaw treatment of Jackie Lukas)

Conklin Sr., Paul
Real Name: Paul Conklin, Sr.
Occupation: Chief engineer at Redfield Electronics
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Shelley Conklin (wife), Paul Conklin Jr. (son), Amy Conklin (daughter)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Cause of Death: Killed by falling debris during attack of the Thermal Man
First Appearance: Thunderstrike #14
List of Appearances:
Thunderstrike #14 (learnt Jim Redfield intended to re-activate the Thermal Man)
Thunderstrike #15 (attempted to prevent activation of the Thermal Man, failed; found evidence that Redfield intended for the Thermal Man to run amock, killed by falling debris)
Final Appearance: Thunderstrike #15

Conklin Industries
See: Appensix, M.U Companies, Conklin Industries

Connors, "Billy"
Real Name: William Connors
Occupation: Student, still a minor
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Curt Connors (father, aka Lizard), Martha Connors (mother, dseceased), unnamed paternal aunt, unnamed uncle, unnamed cousin, unnamed cousin
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #252 (reunited with his father, after he returns from Beyonder's Battleworld)
Spider-Man Unlimited #19 (Becomes uncharacteristically violent and collapses. Finds out that the Lizard forced Connors to drug him.)
Spider-Man: Lifeline #3 (Revealed to have been freed from Hammerhead’s men by Eel and Man Mountain Marko. Finds out his father is no longer the Lizard.)
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.2 #11 (staying with his aunt, talking on the phone with his father)

Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.2 #12
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.2 #13

Connors, Martha

Real Name: Martha Connors
Occupation:
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Curt Connors (husband, aka Lizard), Billy Connors (Son), unnamed sister-in-law, unnamed nephew, unnamed niece
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Cause of Death: Died from cancer
First Appearance:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #252 (reunited with her husband, after he returns from Beyonder's Battleworld)
Spider-Man Unlimited #19 (Is worried because Curt is acting oddly, talks with Mary Jane about it. Realizes that the Lizard hates humanity because of Curt’s feelings about human brutality after losing his arm. Is able to talk the Lizard into turning back to Curt.)
Spider-Man: Lifeline #3 (Revealed to have been freed from Hammerhead’s men by Eel and Man Mountain Marko. Finds out Curt is no longer the Lizard.)
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.2 #11 (mentioned only)
Final Appearance:

Connors, Paul
Real Name: Paul Connors
Occupation: Play writer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Blonde Phantom #14
List of Appearances:
Blonde Phantom #14 (During his play, kills actor Van Rogers because he was going to marry Vera Campbell and Paul was jealous. Caught by Miss America.)

Conover, Jacob
Real Name: Jacob Conover
Occupation: Columnist at Daily Bugle
Other Aliases:
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Daily Bugle staff
Source of Powers:
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #248 (photograph only. His article about Timorthy Harrison appears in the Daily Bugle)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #252 (face on newspaper only, writes an article about the missing superheroes)

Conquest
Real Name: Bridget Malone
Occupation: Unrevealed, might be a saboteur for IRA
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Northern Ireland
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Several brothers, and atleast two uncles all unnamed
Group Affiliation: Exemplars, (and possibly) IRA
Source of Powers: Kestel Key of Krakkan
Powers/Abilities: (as Bridget): Skilled fighter whether armed or not; (as Conquest): Excellent fighter, masters all kinds of weaponry
First Appearance: Thor Vol.2 #17
History: Bridget was born in Northern Ireland from a working-class family. Several of her brothers and two uncles were jailed or killed during the violent era she grew up in. She has been suspected of having ties to the IRA, but nothing has been proven yet. Described by neighboors as an angry girl, unwilling to believe in the hope of peace. Recently she was suspected of participating in a shooting with the police, but she fled Belfast.
List of Appearances:
Thor Vol.2 #17 (Loki watched as Bridget Malone found the Kestel Key of Krakkan, sees as she becomes Conquest, the living embodiment of battle. Alongside Bedlam comes to pick up Juggernaut during his battle with Thor. The three of them dissappears)
Iron Man Vol.3 #22 (Seen on tv-screen during fight with Thor)
Peter Parker: Spider-Man Vol.2 #11 (Revealed to be present in the basement of Daily Bugle alongside the rest of the Exemplars Fights Spider-Man. Later when Spider-Man returns with Dr. Mann, Iron Man and Thor fights them)
Juggernaut: The Eight Day #1 (Alongside the rest of the Exemplars, waits for the finishing of the "God Machine". When Stonecutter finishes it, brought to the North Pole. When she begins to argue with Decay and Carnivore, stopped by Bedlam. Later knocked out by Juggernaut who has decided to go against the Exemplars, returns to fight Juggernaut again, but is again knocked out. When the final battle is lost, vanishes alongside the rest of the Exemplars)
Avengers Vol.3 #23 (Alongside Decay and Stonecutter discovers Carnivore in the Himalayas, brings him with them for the ultimate revenge against Juggernaut)
Avengers Vol.3 #24 (In the stone plaza created by Stonecutter, fights Carnivore as a test of power. Later alongside the rest of the Exemplars, appears before the Avengers and kidnaps Juggernaut)
Avengers Vol.3 #25 (Alongside the rest of the Exemplars, present at the stone plaza created by Stonecutter, preparring for the executing of the traitor Juggernaut, and for the gigantic battle between the Exemplars. Suddenly the stone plaza is attacked by the Avengers, Spider-Man and Nova. Conquest is attacked by Nova, she defeats him easily and then begins to fight Quicksilver. In the end Conquest and the rest of the Exemplars is successfull indefeating all the superheroes except Captain America, and is defeated herself when Captain America manage to persuade Bedlam to turn against her partners, vanishes)

Conquistador
Real Name: Miguel Provenza
Occupation: Criminal, millionaire
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Has the ability to control the Earth
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #9
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #9 (terrorized a small spanish village, fought and defeated by El Aguila)

Conscience
Real Name: Inapplicable
Occupation: Unrevealed
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place Of Creation:
Creator:
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Ally of Master Mold
Source Of Powers: Conscience is an artificial being
Powers: Superhuman strength and intelligence
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #20
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #20 (attacked Cyclops at Moira's place)
Marvel Comics Presents #21
Marvel Comics Presents #22 (turned against Master Mold, seemingly destroyed by a blast from Master Mold)
Marvel Comics Presents #23 (revealed not to have been destroyed)
Marvel Comics Presents #24 (helped in defeating Master Mold)

Constrictor
Real Name: Frank Schlichting
Occupation: Professional criminal/assasin, former SHIELD agent
Other Aliases: Mr. Frank, Frank Payne
Place Of Birth: Rancine, Wisconsin
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: unnamed mother (deceased), Amy Schlichting (sister, deceased), unnamed father (presumed deceased), Mrs. Payne (ex-wife), Mia Payne (daughter), McAvey (common law stepfather)
Group Affiliation: Six Pack II; Masters Of Evil VII, former member of Serpent Society, agent of SHIELD I, Justin Hammer, The Corporation, Stewart Montenegro and The Viper, occasional partner of Sabretooth
Source Of Powers: None
Abilities: Athlete. Constrictor has two cybernetically-controlled electrically-powered Adamantium-alloy cables.
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #212
List Of Appearances;
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #212 (send by The Corporation to get Jim Wilson, fought and defeated by Hulk)
Captain America Vol.1 #228 (attacks Captain America at the SHIELD complex)
Captain America Vol.1 #229 (defeated by Captain America, tied-up and left for the police)
Captain America Vol.1 #230 (flashback)
Captain America Vol.1 #231 (flashback)
Iron Man Vol.1 #127 (as agent of Justin Hammer)
Power Man & Iron Fist #68, 84 (with Sabretooth, fought Power Man and Iron Fist)
Captain America Vol.1 #281-283
Marvel Two-In-One #96 (tried to kill Thing at hospital, defeated by some of the superhero guests at the hospital)
Captain America Vol.1 #310-311 (left founding meeting of Serpent Society, "sold" the team to Captain America, badly beaten by Anaconda, hospitalized, murder attempt by Scoruge)
Marvel Comics Presents #74 (flashback, where his step-father killed his mother and sister, one of the policemen investigating the murders is Captain George Stacy)
Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #37 (Cage hired by Constrictor's daughter to find her father, Constrictor revealed as a former SHIELD agent)
NFL Superpro #11
Thunderbolts #24-25 (Masters Of Evil VII)
Gambit Vol.2 #11 (gave up his adamantium coils to give Sabretooth a life saving infusion)
Deadpool Vol.3 #38-41 (revealed to be living with Titania II and Deadpool)
Gambit Vol.2 #17
Deadpool Vol.3 #42
Gambit Vol.2 #18
Deadpool Vol.3 #43
Deadpool Vol.3 #44
Black Panther Vol.3 #23
Deadpool Vol.3 #45
The Hood #2 (Accepts offer to work for Dennis Golembuski with Shocker and Jack O’Lantern.)
The Hood #3 (Fights the Hood when he tries to steal Golembuski’s diamond shipment.)
The Hood #4 (Is reprimanded by Golembuski after being defeated by the Hood and losing have the shipment.)
The Hood #5 (Is mentioned to have had a lead looking for the diamonds, but turned out to have been fake.)
The Hood #6 (With Shocker and Jack O’Lantern, waits to ambush the Hood. After Madam Rapier gets killed, accepts the diamonds instead of fighting him.)
Cable & Deadpool #7
Secret War #3

Contagion
See: Appendix, Futures, 2099, Contagion

Contemplator
Real Name: Tath Ki
Occupation: inapplicable (former) philosopher, teacher, investigator of reality, would-be conqueror
Other Aliases: Mister Buda
Place Of Birth: Coal Sack Nebula
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Elders of the Universe
Source Of Powers: Manipulation of cosmic energy
Powers: Superhuman intellect, totally indestructable, enchanced agility and reflexes
First Appearance: Marvel Treasury Special #1
List Of Appearances;
Marvel Treasury Special #1
Captain America Annual 6
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #4
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #7-9
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #12 ("killed" by Captain Reptyl by decapitation)
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #25 (in disguise revealed to be alive)
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #26-27
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #29-31

Contraxian
See: Appendix, Alien Races, Contraxian

Control Pearl
See: Appendix, Items, Control Pearl

Controller
Real Name: Basil Sandhurst
Occupation: Professional criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Kittery Point, Maine
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Vincent Sandhurst (brother, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Skeleton Crew
Source Of Powers: Armored exo-skeleton powered by cerebral energies drained from victims wearing his slave discs
Powers: Superhuman strength and durability, telepathy, able to control those wearing his slave discs
First Appearance: Iron Man Vol.1 #12
List Of Appearances:
Iron Man Vol.1 #12-13 (crippled in lab accident, created exo-skeleton and slave discs and gained superhuman powers, enslaved inhabitants of town, attempted to invade New York City, defeated by Iron Man I and Jasper Sitwell of SHIELD I)
Iron Man Vol.1 #28 (took over Pinewood Sanitarium, created improved equipment, defeated by Iron Man I)
Captain Marvel Vol.1 #28, 30 (at behest of Thanos, invaded Avengers Mansion, defeated the
Avengers and Captain Marvel I, abducted Lou-Ann Savannah; defeated by Captain Marvel I, banished by Thanos)
Iron Man Vol.1 #89-91 (restoration upon Thanos' defeat revealed, set the Blood Brothers against Iron Man I and Daredevil; defeated by Iron Man I, imprisoned in vat of experimental plastic, escaped; alongside one of the Blood Brothers, defeated by Iron Man)
Captain America Vol.1 #365-367 (Acts Of Vengeance; escaped from the Vault, at behest of Red Skull, enslaved Sub-Mariner and set him against Captain America; unsuccessfully attempted to control Loki; battled and defeated by Captain America)
Avengers: Deathtrap The Vault (sent to the Vault by Captain America; took part in Venom's break-out, defeated by the Avengers and Freedom Force)
Heroes For Hire #1 (revealed to have been captured by the Master)
Heroes For Hire #4 (with the U-Foes, battled Heroes For Hire)
Avengers Unplugged #5
Iron Man Vol.3 #13

Controller-13
See: Appendix, Futures, 2099, Controller-13

Cooper, Clara
Real Name: Clara Cooper
Occupation: Unrevealed
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Nathan Cooper (husband, aka Megaman), unnamed brother-in-law, Roger "Caps" Cooper (nephew)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Nona Vol.1 #9
List Of Appearances:
Nova Vol.1 #9 (visited by nephew Roger "Caps" Cooper, learned that husband Nathan was alive)

Cooper, George C.
Real Name: George C. Cooper
Occupation: Writer, former agent of unnamed agency
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Presumed single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Dakota North #2
History: Wrote a book about the adventures he had in the CIA, the book was publisher by Dianna Glenn (see: Gleen, Dianna)
List Of Appearances:
Dakota North #2 (alongside SJ North and SJ's children at a restaurant)
Dakota North #3
Dakota North #5

Cooper, Josh
Real Name: Joshua Cooper
Occupation: Special education teacher
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #237
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #237 (introduced to Steve Rogers, takes Steve to see Anna Kapplebaum)
Captain America Vol.1 #241 (Tries to help Anna Kapplebaum when she screams.)
Captain America Vol.1 #244 (Has breakfast with Steve at Anna’s.)
Captain America Vol.1 #245 (Takes Anna to the hospital when she faints. Throws a surprise party for Steve.)
Captain America Vol.1 #246 (Tells Steve about one of his friend Larry’s students, Joey Smith, who had died and about Joe Smith’s past.)
Captain America Vol.1 #269 (Reads in the paper about Neo-Nazis demonstrating at a Long Island High School.)

Cooper, Valerie
Real Name: Valerie Cooper
Occupation: Special assistant to the National Security Adviser of the President of USA, chairman of the Commision on Superhuman Activities
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: unnamed brother, Edmond Atkinson (ex-husband)
Group Affiliation: Chariman of Commision on Superhuman Activities
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men #176
List Of Appearances;
Uncanny X-Men #176
X-Factor #9
Captain America Vol.1 #351 (At press conference, reveals that the original Cap has returned. Sees Walker apparently killed, at the morgue finds the body is gone.)
Spider-Woman Vol. 2 #2-3
Nomad Vol.1 #1-4
Nomad Vol.2 #2
Uncanny X-Men #328 (have a conversation wiht Professor X about Sabretooth)
Thunderbolts #21

Thunderbolts #26-27
Thunderbolts #29
Thunderbolts #36-37
Thunderbolts #39
Maximum Security #1 (In flashback, recruits USAgent into STARS. In present calls in the Avengers to help deal with aliens on Earth.)
USAgent Vol.2 #1 (In flashback, tells USAgent that Vries has been added to the team. Later,briefs him on his mission.)
USAgent Vol.2 #2 (Tells Agent that if things don’t start getting better for STARS, Warkovsky will shut them down.)
USAgent Vol.2 #3 (Sees Captain America and USAgent fighting on TV. Tells USAgent he when he can come back to STARS.)
X-Treme X-Men #46 (mentioned only, calls the X-Men to talk to Storm)

Copperhead I
Real Name: Lawrence Chesney
Occupation: Criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: (former) Group of Four
Source Of Powers: None, while alive, used an armor. Later he got powers as an undead being.
Powers: When raised from the dead by his demonic master, Copperhead possessed a lot of supernatural abilities including creating force fields, raising corpses as zombies, and much more. (when normal human being): Good hand-to-hand fighter (in armor) shots lethal or paralyzing darts
Cause Of Death: Strucked by lightning
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #124
History:
List Of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.1 #124 (fought Daredevil)
Daredevil Vol.1 #125 (died when strucked by lightning)
Daredevil/Spider-Man #1 (Working for the Owl, attacks the Kingpin’s organization.)
Daredevil/Spider-Man #2 (Attacks Spider-Man and Daredevil.)
Daredevil/Spider-Man #3 (Fights DD and Spidey, is revealed to be undead and behind the Gang of Four’s attacks and to have been influencing them.)
Daredevil/Spider-Man #4 (Opens a portal to Hell and Daredevil intends to sacrifice himself to close it. Owl drags Copperhead back through the portal.)
Final Appearance (as a living being): Daredevil Vol.1 #125

Copperhead II
Real Name: Robert Reynolds
Occupation: Criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None, uses an armor
Abilities: Good hand-to-hand fighter (armor) shots lethal or paralyzing darts
First Appearance: Human Fly #8
History:
List Of Appearances:
Human Fly #8 (fought Human Fly, defeated)

Copperhead III
Real Name: David Lawfers
Occupation: Professional criminal, former civil servant
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Rochester, New York
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Former member of Serpent Squad IV, Serpent Society
Source Of Powers: None
Abilitirs: Moderate streetfighting skills, got a battlesuit containing finger-shooters, which project electrical discharges, micro-suction cups in gloves and boots, enabling adhersion to walls and ceilings
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #337
List Of Appearances;
Captain America Vol.1 #337-338 (as member of Serpent Squad IV, defeated by The Captain sent to jail freed by Sidewinder)
Captain America Vol.1 #343-344 (joined Viper II's Serpent Society fraction)

Coppersmith, Alfred
Real Name: Alfred Coppersmith
Occupation: None (serving time in jail), ex-employee of Zum Corporation
Other Aliases: "Aspirin Killer"
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Strong, good hand-to-hand combatant. Capable of killing innocent people in order to get revenge
First Appearance: Punisher Vol.2 #10
History: Alfred Coppersmith is working for the Zum Corporation, the producer of Zumitrin, but when the company begins to use computers, Alfred isn't good at working with them, and is fired (see: Appendix: M.U Companies, Zum Corporation). He begins to plot his revenge, but poisoning Zumitrin products.
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.2 #10 (Mrs. Fielding becomes the fourth victim when she uses two Zumitrin pills, the medias are talking about the "Aspirin Killer". In his apartment he is working out, lifting. The neighboor begins to knock on the door, to make Alfred shut up. Alfred gets made picks up his knife, and goes out in of his apartmernt, and begins to hammer on the neighboor's door. When he hears that Zum Corporation has pulled off their Zumitrin products from the market. He thinks "morons, they think Zumitrin is the only thing they make", and picks up a botthe of mouthwash. The neighboor Cindy knocked on the door, and tells him that he shouldn't threaten Mr. Bates. Alfred tells her that he appreciate her concern, but just because they had dinner once doesn't give er the right to barge into his apartment. He tells him that he is busy, and closes the door. Later he hears Daredevil on the tv, appealing to him, to turn himself in. Alfred says to himself "turn myself in... @*#%! I'll see that corporation bankrupt yet". Punisher disguised as a plummer comes to Alfred's apartment. He isn't home but Cindy ask him to come inside because she has troubles with her sink. When Alfred comes home, Punisher tells Cindy that he is a federal agent, and she needs to stay inside. He takes his gun, and is about to leave Cindy's apartment, when she shouts to Alfred that he needs to be careful. Out in the hall Punisher is met by Alfred holding a gun in his hand. The two of them begins to fight, but Punisher is attacked by Cindy as well, giving Alfred time to get out in the open. The two of them continues their fight, and Alfred in defeated. Punisher is about to throw him down from the building when Daredevil appears and stops him. Alfred watches at the two fights each other. When Daredevil has manages to take down Punisher he ask where Coppersmith is. Alfred says "right behind you", holding a gun in his hand. Daredevil uses his billy club to knock the gun out of his hand, and knocks Alfred down, taking him to the police)
Daredevil Vol.1 #257 (works out. Talking to himself, being bitter at the Zum Corporation for firing him. Later Punisher is about to throw him down from the building when Daredevil appears and stops him. Alfred watches at the two fights each other. When Daredevil has manages to take down Punisher he ask where Coppersmith is. Alfred says "right behind you", holding a gun in his hand. Daredevil uses his billy club to knock the gun out of his hand, and knocks Alfred down, taking him to the police. As Matt Murdock visits Alfred Coppersmith in jail, tells him that he will take his case and defend him. He tells him that he can get educated in jail. Alfred ask him if they can teach him computers, and Matt tells him that he believes they can do it. Alfred accepts Matt as his lawyer)

Copycat
Real Name: Vanessa Carlyle
Occupation: Mercenary, thief, former prostitute
Other Aliases: Domino II, Titania II
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Martial Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group affiliation: Former member of X-Force (impersonating Domino), former partner of Deadpool.
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: The ability to simulate another mutant's powers; primarily she uses a shapshifting power.
First appearance (as Domino imposter): New Mutants Vol.1 #98
First Appearance (as Copycat): X-Force #8
First Appearance (as Titania imposter): Deadpool Vol.3 #38
History:
List of Appearances:
New Mutants Vol.1 #98-100 (impersonated Domino, became member of X-Force)
X-Force #1-8 (as member of X-Force, revealed to be an imposter, shot by Deadpool)
X-Force #11 (fought Deadpool)
X-Force #14 (stabbed by Deadpool, but survived)
Deadpool: The Circle Chase Vol.1 #1-4
Deadpool Vol.3 #38-45 (as Titania imposter, shared an apartment with Deadpool and Constrictor, revealed to be Copycat impersonating Titania)
Deadpool Vol.3 #52-53

Corporation
Group Leaders at time of disbandment: Curtis Jackson, Senator Eugene Kligger Stivak
Former Group Leaders: Unrevealed
Members at time of disbandment: Vamp/Animus, Agent 4, Agent 6, Agent 7, "Benedict Arnold", Constrictor, Harry, Hemlock, Henderson, Moonstone II, O'Connor, Rocketeers
Former Members: Filippo Ayala, Blue Streak, Night Flyer, Veda
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #212 (behind-the-scene)
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #213
List of Appearances:
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #212 (While in New York City, looking for his friend, the Hulk, Jim Wilson is attacked by an unnamed mugger. Jim escapes and the mugger, afraid for his life, tries to run, but is captured by his boss, the Constrictor. Constrictor shouts that he will find Jim Wilson, so he can feel the crushing power of the Constrictor. Jim calls Bruce Banner, but is attacked by the Constrictor, who reveals that he has been hired by someone on the West Coast to get Jim because he is causing trouble for them. Constrictor gets unto a car and is about to get away when Bruce Banner arrives. Constrictor unaware who the mysterious new person is, starts the car, and tries to hit the person, only to learn as the car hits the mysterious person, that the mysterious person is, in fact, the Hulk. Hulk frees Jim from the car wreck, and begins fighting Constrictor. Hulk defeats the villain when Constrictor throws his wrist-whips at him, and Hulk ducks, so Constrictor hits a lamppost's power lines instead, knocking him out)
Captain America Vol.1 #213 (While Steve Rogers is at the hospital, trying to recover from his blindness, SHIELD places another person in the same room as Steve. The person is called the Defector, and according to SHIELD, someone is out to kill the Defector. A few hours later, a Sleeper Agent inside SHIELD tries to kill the Defector, but is stopped by Steve Rogers. Kligger and Veda learn that their sleeper agent has failed, and the two of them agree upon sending the super assassin Night Flyer out to get the Defector. Although Kligger has some reservations on using Night Flyer, Veda convinces him. Veda calls Night Flyer and sents him off to his mission. Night Flyer begins his mission by flying to the hospital where the Defector is being held. Night Flyer is attacked by Falcon and some SHIELD-agents, but manages anyway to get into the hospital room, to get a clear shot at the Defector. Only then does he learn that the person laying in the bed is a dummy)
Captain America Vol.1 #214 (The Night Flyer, surrounded by SHIELD agents, Steve Rogers and Falcon, begins to fight his way out of the hospital. At first Night Flyer manage to escape, but Falcon soon finds him again. Night Flyer defeats Falcon, and is soon after met by his contact. Unknown to both of them Steve Rogers (as Captain America) has managed to follow the contact, and now find the place where Night Flyer hides. He begins to fight Night Flyer. At the same time SHIELD officers discover a hang glider in the air, and send missiles against it. When the missiles hit the hang glider, the hang glider explodes, and at the same time Night Flyer collapses. Soon after SHIELD agents finds the room where Captain America and Falcon fought Night Flyer. Night Flyer is seemingly dead, killed when the hang glider was destroyed. The SHIELD agents take the contact person with them, calling him Benedict, to which the Falcon adds "Arnold.")
Marvel Premiere #39 (Sent by "The Man" to get the torpedo costume, the Rocketeers fight Torpedo. Two of them are defeated by Torpedo but the third one escapes, and manage to cut off Torpedo's jets so Torpedo can't follow him. Later, in the headquaters of "The Man", the escaped Rocketeer named Wecsott, reports to "The Man" about the failed attempt to get the Torpedo costume. "The Man" demands of Wescott that he needs to get the costume: he gets one more chance and if he fails, he won't live to regret it. Later "The Man" meets with Agent 7 and two other unnamed agents. While Agent 7 doubts the plans, "The Man" is very confident--he declares that they will win. Later the Rocketeers begin looking for another fight with Torpedo, they find him, and begin fighting him. After a long fight with the Rocketeers, one of them reveals that "The Man" is behind both the design of the Rocketeers and the Torpedo costume. After having revealed that, he knocks Torpedo down, and leaves him in the ruins of a Con Editon Plant where a power surge is about to explode. The Rocketeers leaves shortly before the Power Surge explodes.)
Marvel Premiere #40 (But after they have left, Torpedo manage to stop the power surge from exploding. At the office of "The Man", "The Man" yells at Wescott for failing once again. He gives him one last chance to get the Torpedo costume, if he fails, he gets killed. Meanwhile Brock Jones, aka Torpedo puts two and two together to find out who "The Man" is. As Brock Jones he pays Senator Stivak a visit. Later, as Torpedo, he breaks into the office of Senator Stivak only to learn that the senator has been sent by a foreign power years ago, working both sides, gaining power and respect in USA. Suddenly the Rocketeers arrives and attack Torpedo, and knock him out. They take him to a place in Westchester. After learning that they can't take the costume of Torpedo, they begins to torture him with high voltage. But Torpedo escapes and defeats the Rocketeers and Senator Stivak)
Marvel Premiere #44 (The Corporation sends their hitman Hemlock afterr Jack of Hearts)
Marvel Two-In-One #47 (At Ben Grimm's birthday, he is asked by his old friends in the Yancy Street Gang for help. He uses a jet-cycle to go to the Yancy Street. There he is attacked by 5 robots. The Yancy Street gang joins the fight, but Thing is knocked out by a mysterious beam from the robots, elsewhere the mastermind behind the attack says to hs assistant that it is "The Corporation" which has hired him to attack Thing. The mastermind is revealed as Machinesmith)
Marvel Two-In-One #48 (Jack of Hearts is training, he says to himself that his recent battle with Hemlock proves that The Corporation who is responsible for the death of his father still exsists. His butler Martins comes with a letter. The letter is from The Corporation who wants have a "meeting" with Jack of Heart at Pier 9/Hudson River Line. Meanwhile in Machinesmith's headquaters, Thing and the Yancy Street Gang are being held captives. Machinesmith reveals his plans to Thing, he wants to mind-control the Thing, so he can get his hands on Reed Richards' technological secrets, and in the end run The Corporation. The mind control works, and Machinesmith puts Thing to a few tests. Later Jack of Hearts arrives at Pier 9, there he is first attacked by the same robots who attacked Thing before. Then he is attacked by the mindcontrolled Thing. Meanwhile in Machinesmith's headquaters, the Yancy Street gang manage to free themselves and begins to beat Machinesmith's helpers. Jack of Hearts manage to defeat the mind-controlled Thing, and the Yancy Street gang defeats Machinesmith and his men. Thing and Jack of Hearts comes to Machinesmith's headquaters, only to find that the Yancy Street gang has defeated the villains. Jack of Hearts walks over to the body of Machinesmith, discovering that he has no pulse, only to discover that he is a robot.)
Captain America Vol.1 #217 (Captain America and Falon arrives at the SHIELD headquaters, where they learn that the double agent "Benedict Arnold" is being interrogates. Nick Fury tells the two superheroes that an organization named "The Corporation" has infiltrated the SHIELD complex. After "Benedict Arnold" is released from the interrogating machine, he licks his finger and drops down, killed by poison on his finger. After the incident Nick Fury takes Captain America and Falcon to another room in the headquaters where he introduces him to SHIELD's newest super-agents, Blue Streak, Vamp, Texas Twister and Marvel Man. Nick Fury asks Captain America if he wants to lead the super-agents but he refuses. Nick then asks Falcon who accepts. When Captain America leaves the headquaters, he is watched by Kligger and Veda. Veda says that it's ironic that one of the new super-agents is a double-agent working for the Corporation. Later, Steve Rogers sees a woman attacked by 3 men. He rescues her and is hereby introduced to Veda. She reveals that she knows he is Captain America.)
Captain America Vol.1 #218 (After having rescued Veda, he changes into his Captain America costume, and leaves with her. Soon they are attacked by four men with machine guns. All men are defeated by Captain America, and two policemen arrives to take them to jail. Afterwards Captain America takes Veda to the Avengers Mansion, where Veda shows Captain America an old picture of a woman from Captain America's past., Agent R, whom Veda reveals as her mother, and says that her mother died 10 years after the war. Meanwhile at the SHIELD complex, Sharon Carter watches as the super-agents train with Falcon)
Captain America Vol.1 #220 (While Captain America has left the Avengers Mansion, Veda is still there. Jarvis offers her a martini or cup of hot chocolate, but Veda politely decline the offer. Jarvis leaves the room, and afterwards Veda contacts Kligger. Kligger angered at Veda for being late, but not taking her off the project. Kligger reveals that he has the perfect person for the termination of Captain America. A person in shadows is seen)
Captain America Vol.1 #222 (After the fight with Lyle Dekker, Captain America had returned to his apartment, suddenly he is attacked by a flying  [special note: had to be flying why else could a VW drive through a window on the third floor] driverless volkswagon driving through Steve's window. After trying to escape from the VW in the apartment, Steve finally jumps out of another window, the VW follows, but crashes to the ground. The elderly woman living downstairs, is very surprised and shocked when she sees what has happened. Captain America asks her if he can use the phone, and he calls Jarvis to check on Veda. Jarvis says that she has left for Washington. Then he calls Nick Fury and tells him, that he will be leaving for a few weeks. After that he leaves the elderly woman's apartment. After Captain America has left, the elderly woman pulls off her mask, revealing her true identity as Veda. Veda calls Kligger to tell him, that Captain America is still alive. Meanwhile Captain America takes a train to go to Washington D.C, to find his past, he learns that his parents were named Walter and Elizabeth and that he had an older brother. Shocked to learn this, Captain America decides to go see the statue of Abraham Lincoln, "seeking advice from his old friend". While at the monument, the statue suddenly comes to life, and starts to attack Captain America. He manage to destroy the statue, only to hear someone laughing, then a monster attacks him)
Captain America Vol.1 #223 (Captain America is attacked by the monster, who reveals that he is named Animus. Captain America manage to defeat the monster, but just before he can give the mosnter the final blow, the monster disappears. Captain America leaves the place and returns to his hotel. There he is met by Veda, he has a short conversation with her before she leaves and Steve goes to sleep. Before he goes to sleep, he calls Nick Fury in order to get some information on Veda and Agent R, and to tell him, that he won't have SHIELD placing bugs everywhere in order to check him. The next day he meets Veda at a restaurant, having dinner with her, before goes back to New York. After the dinner, Steve leaves, and Veda recieves a phone call from Kligger. Kligger tells Veda that the board has ordered Captain America terminated. Veda tells Kligger than Captain America will leave by train. While at the train, Captain America is once more attacked by Animus, again the two fight, and again Capain America manages to defeat the monster, and just as before Animus vanishes again.)
Captain America Vol.1 #225 (Veda returns to the office of Kligger. There Kligger says to Veda that SHIELD is investigating Veda and her mother's past. Veda knows this is a problem, but also says that Kligger has a problem concerning the fact that Kligger has been behind at least two failed attempts on Captain America's life. After Veda says that she'd prefer to be Kligger's even closer ally than his enemy, Kligger answers that she has become a terrible liability to The Corporation, and he terminates her.)
Machine Man Vol.1 #7 (Peter Spaulding is being kidnapped by unknown men. The men leave a note in Spaulding's bedroom, revealing that they really want Machine Man. Machine Man leaves Spaulding's house; outside he is met by a helicopter pilot who says he is to bring Machine Man to Peter Spaulding and his kidnappers. When the helicopter reaches the destination, Machine Man jumps off the helicoper and jumps down in an abandoned missile silo. There a voice calls to him, a screen appears and a man in business-suit is seen as well as Peter Spaulding. Peter shouts to Machine Man that the men want to make copies of Machine Man)
Machine Man Vol.1 #8 (The man in the business-suit agrees to let Peter Spaulding go. When Spaulding is sent away with a helicopter, Machine Man decides that he should try to walk away, but the man (as a "warning") shoots a beam of corrosive acid. Machine Man then decides to wait for a while. He changes his mind, and uses his rocket-jets to get out of the missile silo. He succeeds, but while in the air, he is shot down by a beam. While Machine Man drops to the ground, more men arrives. Machine Man is taken into a special truck, in order to take him to the business-man. When he arrives, the business-man reveals that he is part of "The Corporation". He then shoots Machine Man with a sonic beam, leaving him "dead" [well as dead as a machine can be]. They begin to research his body. When they decide to take a short break, Machine Man "wakes up" again, and escapes and begins to hunt for "The Corporation" men.)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #228 (as Karla Sofen, comes to the Gamma Base to meet with Doc Samson, she tells him that she will help him with his patient Hulk. Doc Samson is excited to work with her, and agrees that she could be of greeat help. But after getting access to the base Karla begins to look around. While getting access to a restricted area by a mysterious beam, she goes in to room, revealing her true motive as an operative of "The Corporation", she even reveals that she has levitating powers. Hulk suddenly wakes in another room, and accidently activates an alarm. Karla thinking it is her that sets off the alarm, transforming herself into her other identity as Moonstone. She begins to fight Hulk. Karla tries to trick General Ross and Doc Samson, none of them can see either Hulk or her, when she calls them and says Hulk has run amock. Hulk graps her, and stands with her in a hole in the wall, seemingly unconscious, but now changed her civilian form so as to appear an innocent victim of the Hulk.)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #229 (General Ross, Jim Wilson and Doc Samson look at them thinking Hulk has run amock and taken Karla Sofen hostage. Doc Samson shouts to Hulk that he should let Karla Sofen go, Hulk looks at Moonstone, and doesn't understand why he has her instead of Moonstone he just fought. Hulk agrees to let Doc Samson have Karla. Karla, afraid that they might discover that she is the new Moonstone, causes an explosion, but Hulk saves them. After her first attempt fails, she tries by shooting Hulk in the neck with a small beam. This time it's succesful, and Hulk begins to fight the soldiers and Doc Samson. While everybody's eyes are on Hulk, Karla returns as Moonstone, and begins to fight him. During the fight Moonstone discovers just how powerful Hulk is, just before Hulk gets a chance to beat her, General Ross joins her. Surprised she loses her concentration and transforms back to Karla Sofen. Ross is shocked to learn that their new helper Karla Sofen is also Moonstone, and Hulk learns that Karla and Moonstone are one and the same as well. Karla tries to win the situation by changing back and forth between Karla and Moonstone, causing Ross to have a nervous breakdown. Doc Samson arrives only seeing Karla and Hulk standing over Ross' lifeless body.)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #230 (At the hospital ward of the Gamma Base, Clay Quatermain comes to tell Doc Samson that a few senators are coming to the Gamma Base. Doc Samson asks Karla Sofen is she wants to watch General Ross)
Captain America Vol.1 #228 (In Washington D.C, Mrs. Woodshaw calls Senator Stivak and tells him that the plane he ordered to take him to the Gamma Base is ready for take-off. Stivak thinks to himself that he will soon get his revenge on Captain America. Meanwhile Captain America is add the SHIELD Complex learning it has been abandoned. Suddenly he hears the voice of Jasper Sitwell, and sees his face on a monitor. Jasper tells Captain America that SHIELD has moved there New York branch. After having finished the conversation with Jasper, Captain America has a short conersation with Vamp, who tells Captain America that Falcon has been missing for days. After ending the conversation with Vamp, Cap learns that he is being watched. He is then attacked by The Constrictor. During the fight the Complex explodes.)
Captain America Vol.1 #229 (Captain America manage to come out of the ruins with Constrictor who is still unconscious. Captain America wakes Constricitor demanding to know who set him up. Constrictor, first afraid for his own life, says they will kill him if he reveals it. Constrictor reveals that his orders are being transmitted telepathically and he doesn't know who send him, but it was the same who sent him after "the Wilson kid". The plans begins to make sense to Captain America, that one of the super-agents is a traitor. Later he leaves New York City after borrowing some money from Edwin Jarvis, so he can get a bus to Los Angeles. He arrives at the SHIELD's West Coast complex. He breaks into the complex and into the training room, where he confronts the Super-agents, accusing one of them of being a traitor. Blue Streak says to his partners "He's is testing us" and begins to attack him. The rest of the agents follows. After defeating the agents, Blue Streak talks over himself, revealing that he is indeed the traitor, he tries to escape but is knocked down by Captain America's shield. Then Blue Streak is attacked by Vamp who begins to beat him mercilessly (to prevent him from revealing that she, too, is a traitor). Captain America stops her by pulling off her belt. Texas Twister decides to quit the team, and Captain America begins to ask Blue Streak who is in terrible questions about Falcon. Blue Streak reveals that
Falcon is at the Alcatraz)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #231 (At the Gamma Base two senators arrives, one of them is senator Hawk, the other one is senator Stivak. The two senators are ahving a meeting with Doc Samson, Clay Quatermaine and Karla Sofen. During the meeting Senator Stivak says the word "baying", to Karla Sofen, which is her "Corporation" code-phrase, thereby revealing his true identity to her. The meeting is interrupted by Jim Wilson, who says that Hulk has been spotted in California. Senator Stivak propose that Karla Sofen, Jim Wilson and himself should take a plane to California, and they leave the gamma base. At the plane, Stivak drugs Jim Wilson and tells Karla Sofen that he is secretly the head of the mid-Atlantic branch of "The Corporation", that he knows that she is a member of the west coast branch and offers her partnership.)
Captain America Vol.1 #230 (Captain America, Marvel Man and Vamp goes to Alcatraz. Vamp thinks to herself that the splitting of the super-agents couldn't have been better if "The Corporation" had planned it. Meanwhile Fred Sloan and Bruce Banner are stopped by two police men, who shoot the two with tranquilizer. Then they talk with each other about a guy named Jackson, and take the van up in a large truck and take Banner and Sloan with them. Meanwhile Eugene Stivak and Moonstone have staged Senator Stivak's "death", by crashing the airplane where they were onboard. Moonstone saved Stivak and Jim Wilson: Stivak reveals that now that Senator Stivak is "dead" he will be Kligger from now on. Meanwhile at Alcatraz, begin seaching for Falcon: They find him in the sub-basement base, and learn that Curtiss Jackson is the man behind the kidnapping of Falcon. Jackson tells the three heroes that The Corporation has been behind the Constrictor's attempt to kidnap Jim Wilson. While talking to the heroes, they're interrupted by Kligger and Moonstone, who want to cut a deal with Curtiss Jackson: Kligger has Jim Wilson, and wants Captain America, while Curtiss Jackson has Captan America and wants Jim Wilson. Vamp shows her true color, when she kisses Kligger. Marvel Man, angered at the fact that Vamp was a traitor as well, begins to attack. With his beam he frees Bruce Banner, who turns into Hulk. Hulk joins the fight, but begins to attack Marvel Man, whom he remembers from a earlier encounter. Captain America tries to reason with Hulk, but Hulk isn't to be reasoned with and begins to fight Captain America. Curtiss Jackson realizes that it is perfect time to flood the sub-basement, and opens the sea gate. Vamp wanting to help, asks Kligger to give her the power. Kligger pushes a button on a small device, turning Vamp into Animus, thereby revealingthe secret behind the monster. Animus joins the fight by beating Hulk with her club.)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #232 (Captain America, Hulk and Marvel Man is defeated by Animus and Moonstone, they are laying on the floor, while Kligger, Animus and Moonstone are watching them. Kligger continues his conversation with Curtiss Jackson, about the deal that he will get Captain America for Curtiss Jackson to have Jim Wilson. While the two of them negociates Captain America wakes up, Moonstone discovers that, and blasts him with a beam. Captain America covers behind his shield, but fall in the water. Kligger is happy that his agent has succesfully rid the world of Captain America. Jim Wilson kicks Kligger, but Kligger hits Jim. Hulk wakes up and sees Jim getting hit, and begins the fight. He hits Moonstone, but is attacked from behind by Animus. Hulk, only more angered, begins to attack Animus as well. Meanwhile Captain America manages to swim over to where Falcon is being held, breaks the chains, and thereby frees his partner. The two heroes join the fight, and Marvel Man wakes up as and well joins them. Moonstone knows she hasn't a chance against the four of them, makes a run for it. Hulk manages to take Animus' club from her, and destroys it, transforming Animus back to a now seemingly mindless Vamp. Leaving Kligger in the open and Curtiss in his escape tube. Kligger saying that he is "An important man, a United States senator, I can't be sent to jail like some common criminal", and asks Curtiss Jackson to carry out his part. Curtiss Jackson do as he is told, with the words "The Corporation takes care of its own", he guns down Kligger, and tries to gun down the heroes as well. He isn't capable of killing the heroes, and tries to escape in his escape tube, but Hulk tries to follow him. Meanwhile Jim Wilson is freed, and is excited to learn that his uncle Sam Wilson is actually the superhero Falcon. Captain America again feels let down that a high ranking official of the country he loves betrayed that country. He knows that is isn't the last time he will belet down, and says to the others "Let's Go Home")
Captain America Vol.1 #231 (Falcon says to Captain America that he wants to "fly solo" from now on. Falcon leaves with his nephew Jim. Meanwhile SHIELD agents arrives, one of the agents begins to harass the mindless Vamp. Captain America stops the agent, and orders them to be careful, Vamp is a prisoner and should be treated as one. Captain America takes Vamp's hand and the two of them walks onboard a SHIELD shuttle. Later Captain America and Vamp arrives at the SHIELD's new headquaters in New York City. There Vamp is left with the SHIELD authorities)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #233 (Hulk tries to follow Curtiss Jackson's escape tube. He almost succeeds, but Curtiss manage to press a button, which makes the rear compartment, where Hulk is holding his grip, fall off, and soon after the rear compartment explodes. Learning that there is more to the Hulk, Curtiss tries to kill Hulk with some torpedoes, and makes the sea-craft return to the surface. He rushs to a nearby docking area, where two of his men are. Curtiss rushes into a car and escapes, while the two men try to shoot Hulk with their guns, but are defeated. Meanwhile at the Gamma Base, Jasper Sitwell informs Doc Samson, Senator Hawk and Clay Quartermain about Senator Stivak actually being a "The Corporation" official, and that it is believed that Karla Sofen is actually Moonstone.)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #234 (O'Conner gets a call from Danny, one of the people living with Fred Sloan. Danny tells O'Connor that Hulk is staying with Fred Sloan on Berkeley. O'Connor, glad to hear the news, immediately calls The Corporation. He talks with Benson, who then delivers the news to Curtiss Jackson. Curtiss Jackson sees the opportunity to get rid of the two persons who has caused him setbacks in the last two weeks, Machine Man and Hulk. He orders his men to go to Berkeley, and kidnap Trish Starr. One of his men is dressed as Machine Man in order to blame him. After the Corporation's men has succesfully defeated Hulk, the Machine Man imposter tells Hulk that if he wants to see Trish Starr alive again he should go to Peter Spaulding's house in Central City tomorrow.)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #235 (When Hulk and Fred Sloan arrives in Central City they are watched by forest ranger Henderson. Henderson proves to be more than a forest ranger, when he calls Curtiss Jackson to tell him that Hulk has arrived. After the call, Curtiss Jackson tells Trish Starr about his plans to play Machine Man and Hulk against each other. Meanwhile in the federal building, congressman Brickman announces that Machine Man is now free, and placed in the costudy of Peter Spaulding. It is is also revealed that congressman Brickman is replacing the late Senator Stivak as senator. When Hulk and Fred Sloan arrives at Peter Spaulding's house, an agent calls Curtiss Jackson to inform him about the Hulk. )
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #236 (Outside of Peter Spauding's house, the agent calls Curtiss Jackson to tell him, that Hulk is tearing Machine Man apart. Curtiss Jackson, happy about the news, walks outside his office on the top floor of a 80-story skyscraper. There he watches Machine Man and Hulk fighting through binoculars. )
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #237 (From outside his office, Curtiss Jackson watches as Central City is in flames due to the fight between Machine Man and Hulk. Machine Man learns where Curtiss is holding Trish, and transmits the info to Hulk. After learning where Trish is, the Hulk begins to jump to the building. When Curtiss learns that Hulk is heading his way, Benson panics and tries to run for the helicopter to get the three of them away. Curtiss Jackson shoots Benson in the back, and takes Trish to the helicopter. But, before they can reach the helicopter, the Hulk jumps down on it, smashing it to pieces. Curtiss threatens to kill Trish, but his gun is smashed by Machine Man. Machine Man takes Curtiss Jackson and Triss Starr with him, while Hulk runs amock and destroys the 80-story building. Machine Man takes Curtiss Jackson to the ground and places him with the authorities, The Corporation is seemingly finished)
Captain America Vol.1 #236 (revealed to have worked with Doctor Faustus, when Captain America and Bucky was send to a mental institution, a front company for The Corporation, and the hospital administrator was none other than Doctor Faustus)
Final Appearance: Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #237

Corruptor
Real Name: Jackson Day
Occupation: Super-criminal, owner of Hope Foundation
Other Aliases: Andrew Kappelhof
Place of Birth: Simyrna, Delaware
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Former leader of The Inner Circle, Project: Pegasus, ally of Imus Champion
Source of Powers: Exposure to unknown chemicals
Powers: Able to control the minds of others by touching them
First Appearance: Nova Vol.1 #4
List of Appearances:
Nova Vol.1 #4 (took control of Thor, broke off with Doris, as Corruptor defeated by Thor and Nova)
Nova Vol.1 #20 (in shadows as leader of "The Inner Circle")
Nova Vol.1 #21 (revealed as leader of "The Inner Circle", defeated by Nova)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #264-265 (took over the Hulk, defeated by the Rangers)
Marvel Comics Presents #32 (revealed that he has begon a life of crime in Japan, but defeated by Sunfire)
Nova Vol.2 #3 (as owner of Hope Foundation revealed some bad stuff about a competitor Braggatello Construction Firm, threaten by Nova)
Avengers Vol.3 #6 (as Andrew Kappelhof met the Avengers at Project: Pegasus. Later true identity revealed, revealed to have been controlling the Squadron Supreme for Imus Champion, uncovered by Hawkeye and Warbird)

Corsair
Real Name: Christopher Summers
Occupation: Space pirate, former USAir force test pilot
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Widowed
Known Relatives: Philip Summers (father), Deborah Summers (mother), Katherine Anne Summers (wife, deceased), Scott Summers (son, aka Cyclops), Madeline Pryor (1.daughter-in-law, aka Goblyn Queen), Nathan Christopher Summers (grandson, aka Cable), Jean Grey Summers (2.daughter-in-law, aka Marvel Girl I), Alexander Summers (son, aka Havok), Gabriel Summers (son, aka Vulcan), Deathbird (daughter-in-law)
Group Affiliation: Leader of the Starjammers
Source Of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Basic hand-to-hand combatant, fencing abilities and Shi'ar fighting techniques
First Appearance: "Uncanny" X-Men #107
Final Appearance: Uncanny X-Men #486
Cause of Death: Blasted by son Gabriel (Vulcan)
List Of Appearances;
"Uncanny" X-Men #107 (first met X-Men)
Uncanny X-Men #154 (revealed he was the father of Cyclops and Havok)
Uncanny X-Men #161-166
Uncanny X-Men #200-201
X-Men Spotlight On The Starjammers #1
Starjammers #1-4
Uncanny X-Men #391 (tried to have a "picnic" with his oldest son Scott, revealed how tense their relationship is, with the problems to understand and relate to each other)
Starjammers #1-4
Uncanny X-Men #486 (Rise And Fall Of The Shi'Ar Empire Part XII: tried to take down his son Vulcan, blasted by him, dies)
Final Appearance: Uncanny X-Men #486

Corsairs
Current Group Leader: Cyclops
Former Group Leaders: None
Current Members: Unnamed, unnamed, unnamed, unnamed
Former Members: None
First Appearance (named): New X-Men: Academy X #2
List Of Appearances:
New X-Men: Academy X #2 (announced as Cyclops' trainingsteam)

Cortez, Anne-Marie
Real Name: Anne-Marie Cortez
Occupation: Disciple of Magneto
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Fabian Cortez (brother, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Acolytes
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Unrevealed
Cause of Death: Killed when Asteroid M fell from Earth's orbit.
First Appearance: X-Men #1
List of Appearances:
X-Men #1-3 (with Fabian Cortez, Nance and Chrome, journeyed to Asteroid M, pledged herself to Magneto's cause as an Acolyte, fought the X-Men, remained on Asteroid M with Magneto as it was destroyed)
Uncanny X-Men #299 (body found by Forge and Henry Peter Gyrich in remains of Asteriod M)
Final Appearance: X-Men #3

Cortez, Fabian
Real Name: Fabian Cortez
ccupation: Disciple of Magneto, cabinet minister
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Anne-Marie Cortez (sister, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Acolytes, Upstarts
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Able to amplify the powers of other mutants by touching them; this has the side-effect of making them continually weaker, and Cortez, stronger.
Cause of Death: Crushed by impact of Magneto's force field
First Appearance: X-Men #1-3
List of Appearances:
X-Men #1-3 (with Anne-Marie Cortez, Nance and Chrome, journeyed to Asteroid M, pledged himself to Magneto's cause as an Acolyte, fought the X-Men, used his powers in an attempt to kill Magneto, fled Asteroid M after setting it to destroy itself)
Uncanny X-Men #299 (with Upstarts, observed Graydon Creed on television)
Uncanny X-Men #300 (with new Acolytes, captured Moira MacTaggart, fought the X-Men, slashed by Wolverine, saved from hospital by Voght)
X-Factor #92 (attempted to recruit Quicksilver to lead the Acolytes; attacked Project: Wideawake base)
Uncanny X-Men #304 (revealed to the Acolytes by Exodus as having attempted to kill Magneto; abandoned by them)
X-Men #26/Uncanny X-Men #307/Avengers Vol.1 #367-369 (captured Luna; led armies in Genoshan Civil War, fought Avengers and X-Men, killed by Exodus)
Magneto #1-4 (revealed to have survived, opposed Joseph for leadership of the Acolytes)
Quicksilver #1 (with Acolytes invaded Mount Wundagore, fought Quicksilver and Knights of Wundagore)
Heroes For Hire #8 (with Acolytes, captured White Tiger II and Thena)
Quicksilver #4-6, 8, 11-12/Heroes For Hire & Quicksilver 1998 Annual (with Acolytes, fought Heroes For Hire and Knights of Wundagore to obtain Isotope X)
X-Men: The Magneto War #1 (formed splinter team of Acolytes, fought X-Men, abandoned them)
Magneto Rex #1-3 (joined Magneto's cabinet in Genosha, again using his powers to keep Magneto supplied)
X-Men Unlimited #24 (as member of Genosha's cabinet)
X-Men #96 (continued to serve as Magneto's power supplier)
Uncanny X-Men Annual 1999 (deceived by Exodus, masquerading as Magneto)
Uncanny X-Men #379-380 (no longer needed by Magneto after Polaris arrives in Genosha)
Magneto: Dark Seduction #1-4 (re-formed rogue band of Acolytes against Magneto, fought other Acolytes, killed by Magneto)
Final Appearance: Magneto: Dark Seduction #1-4

Cory, Raymond
Real Name: Raymond Cory
Occupation: Doctor (physicist) that works for the Government
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: ?
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Former ally of Skull The Slayer, Ann Reynolds and Jeff Turner
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Skull The Slayer #1
History: Raymond Cory was a physicist working for the U.S goverment, on his way home, onboard an airplane with some other people Jim Scully, Ann Reynolds and Jeff Turner besides some soldiers when the plane when missing in the Bermuda Triangle (see: Skull The Slayer; Reynolds, Ann; Turner, Jeff). Dr. Cory and his soon-to-be allies was sent to a mysterious pre-historic place
List Of Appearances;
Skull The Slayer #1 (onboard airplane which went missing in the Bermuda Triangle)
Skull The Slayer #4 (seemingly killed by Slitherouge)
Skull The Slayer #5 (shows up alive)
Marvel Two-In-One #35 (Scully, Jeff, Dr. Corey, and Ann are all about to be killed by the Jaguar Priest but they are saved by The Thing rescues them, but they can't escape because the batteries in the jet are all burned)
Marvel Two-In-One #36 (Thing, and Skull and his allies fights dinosaurs, get the batteries, battle dinosaurs, fix the jet, battle dinosaurs, and escape to the modern world, bringing pterodactyls with them. Mr. Fantastic arrives to help our heroes and they defeat the Jaguar Priest and the dinosaurs. Mr. Fantastic remarks that he will call Ka-Zar to take the dinosaurs to the Savage Land. The Jaguar Priest is taken into custody, Dr. Cory finally makes amends with Jim Scully)

Cosmic Cube
Real Name: Kubik
Occupation: Explorer, philosopher
Other Aliases: Kubik
Place Of Creation: Unidentified AIM laboratory
Creator: AIM scientists
Source Of Powers: Extra-dimensional energy
Powers: Super-intelligence, super-stamina, totally indestructable, has the ability to manipulate reality without apparent limit. Telepathy
First Appearance (as Cosmic Cube): Tales Of Suspence #79
First Appearance (as Kubik): Avengers Vol.1 #289
List Of Appearances;
Tales Of Suspence #79-81
Captain America Vol.1 #115-120
Captain Marvel Vol.1 #28-33
Marvel Two-In-One #42-43
Marvel Two-In-One #57-58
Marvel Team-Up Annual 5
Captain America Annual 7
Avengers Vol.1 #289-290
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #319 (so-called "Secret Wars III")
Fantastic Four Annual 23

Cosmos, B.J.
Real Name: B.J. Kozmojian
Occupation: Movie producer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #14
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #14 (convinced by Green Goblin I to make a movie about Spider-Man; ultimately decided to cancel film production)

Cosmos Productions
See: Appendix, M.U Companies, Cosmos Productions

Costa, Bruno
Real Name: Bruno Costa
Occupation: Mobster
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Rose Costa (wife), unnamed son, unnamed daughter, Frank Costa (brother, deceased), unnamed sister-in-law
Group Affiliation: Costa Mob Family
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
Cause of Death:
First Appearance:

History:
List of Appearances:
Marvel-Super Action #1
Final Appearance: Marvel-Super Action #1

Costa, Frank
Real Name: Frank Costa
Occupation: Mob boss
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: unnamed wife, Bruno Costa (brother, deceased), Rose Costa (sister-in-law), unnamed nephew, unnamed niece
Group Affiliation: Leader of Costa Mob Family
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
Caiuse of Death:
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Marvel-Super Action #1
Final Appearance: Marvel-Super Action #1

Costa Brava
See: Appendix, Marvel Countries, Costa Brava

Costa Diablo
See: Appendix, Marvel Countries, Costa Diablo

Costa Dinora
See: Appendix, Marvel Countries, Costa Dinora

Costa Mob Family
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Frank Costa
Former Group Leaders: None known
Members at time of disbandment: Bruno Costa
Former Members: None known
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Marvel Super-Action #1 (kills Frank Vastle's family in Central Park. Hunted down and killed by Punisher)
Final Appearance:Marvel Super-Action #1

Costa Salvador
See: Appendix, Marvel Countries, Costa Salvador

Costa Verde
See: Appendix, Marvel Countries, Costa Verde

Costanza, Jerry
Real Name: Jerry Costanza
Occupation: Unrevealed
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Sleepwalker Holiday Special #1
List of Appearances:
Sleepwalker Holiday Special #1 (After breaking up with Harold Pruitt, Harold uses Mr. Jyn’s powers to attack Ellen and Jerry Costanza. Is saved when Harold forsakes his deal with Mr. Jyn.)

Costello, Mr.
Real Name: Costello (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Lawyer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: None
First Appearance: Avengers Vol.1 #270
List of Appearances:
Avengers Vol.1 #270 (assigned to defend the Sub-Mariner against the civil action brought against him by New York)
Avengers Vol.1 #286 (worked with Namor at Hydrobase on their case)

Cotati
See: Appendix, Alien Races, Cotati

Cottonmouth II
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Professional criminal
Other Aliases: None
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Serpent Society
Source Of Powers: Bionic reconstruction
Powers: Bionic jaw fitted with steel teeth
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #310
List Of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #310-311(joined Serpent Society; alongside Asp II, offered the Serpent Society's services to the Kingpin)
Captain America Vol.1 #312-313 (with other Serpent Society members, hired by A.I.M. to hunt down MODOK; battled Captain America)
Captain America Vol.1 #315 (with Serpent Society, battled Captain America and Porcupine; alongside Death-Adder and Rattler III, freed from jail by Sidewinder)
Captain America Vol.1 #319 (alongside Rattler III, confronted the Kingpin's men over Death- Adder's murder)
Captain America Vol.1 #341-342 (sided with Viper II's takeover of Serpent Society; battled Captain America)
Uncanny X-Men Annual 13 (participated in Serpent Society mission to recover mystic objects for Ghaur and Llyra, battled Psylocke and Storm)
Captain America Vol.1 #380-382 ("Trial of Diamondback", voted against Diamondback II during Serpent Society's trial of her, alongside the Serpent Society, battled Captain America, Paladin, and Diamondback)