Plague
See: Pestilence

Plantman
Real Name: Samuel Smithers
Occupation: Criminal mastermind, former gardener
Other Aliases: Mr. Smith, Blackheath
Place Of Birth: London, England
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: unnamed father (deceased), unnamed mother (deceased), Desdemona Smithers (ex-wife, presumed living)
Group Affiliation: Thunderbolts. Former partner of Eel I, Unicorn, Scarecrow, Count Nearia (simuloids): Partner of Cowled Commander, Eel I, Scarecrow, Porcupine (simuloid named Terraformer): Member of Force Of Nature
Source Of Powers: Unrevealed
Powers: Has the ability to control movements of his animated plant-creatures
First Appearance: Strange Tales Vol.1 #113
List Of Appearances;
Strange Tales Vol.1 #113 (fought Human Torch II)
Strange Tales Vol.1 #121
"Uncanny X-Men" #22-23 (teamed-up with Count Nefaria, Unicorn, Porcupine, Scarecrow and Eel I)
Sub-Mariner Vol.1 #2-3
Captain America Vol.1 #159 (simuloid joins Eel I, Scarecrow, Porcupine)
Defenders #36-37 (stimuloid, Eel I, Porcupine)
Marvel Team-Up Vol.1 #71 (simuloid)
Micronauts Vol.1 #21 (simuloid)
Avengers Vol.1 #231
Solo Avengers #19-20
New Warriors Vol.1 #7-9, 29-30 (Terraformer and Forces Of Nature)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #16 (in jail, recieves a mysterious package, a cake which change into a mysterious creature)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #19 (buys a new house)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #20 (seen with the mysterious creature, creature's name revealed as Sssesthugar)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #21 (sees mysterios man around the house, revealed as Wolverine, captures the X-Man)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #22
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #23
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #25
Thunderbolts #26
Thunderbolts #75
Avengers/Thunderbolts #1
Avengers/Thunderbolts #2
Avengers/Thunderbolts #3

Plasma
Real Name: Leila O'Toole
Occupation: Cult leader, former archeologist and Egyptologist
Other Aliases: Tracker
Place Of Birth: Dublin, Ireland
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: unnamed father (presumed living), unnamed mother (presumed living), Ahmet Abdol (uncle, aka Living Pharaoh), Filene Abdol (aunt, deceased), Salome Abdol (cousin, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Leader of religious cult
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Has the ability to absorb ambient cosmic energy into her body's cells, where it is transformed into destructive energy, which she can project
First Appearance (as Leila O'Toole): Marvel Comics Presents #24
First Appearance (as Plasma): Marvel Comics Presents #28
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #24 (saved by Havok from a band of mercenaries, captured by the Seekers)
Marvel Comics Presents #25 (went out with Havok, kidnapped by the cult of the Pharaoh)
Marvel Comics Presents #27 (Havok finds her in the hands of the Pharaoh's cult)
Marvel Comics Presents #28 (as O'Toole taken to another place when Havok was to fight the Trackers, in secret one of the Trackers herself)
Marvel Comics Presents #29 (after Havok's escape, sent a tracker after him)
Marvel Comics Presents #30 (fought Wolverine and Havok, revealed her true identity)
Marvel Comics Presents #31 (revealed the true story to Havok, fought Havok and was defeated by him)

Playland
See: Appendix, M.U Companies, Playland

Plazm
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Adventurer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: X-Force III
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Plazm's entire body is made out of some kind of plasm, which he could control. He could apparently affect the body chemistries of other people. He could also fly and fire blasts.
First Appearance: X-Force #116
List of Appearances:
X-Force #116 (Goes with X-Force on a mission to Africa and later to one in a TV studio. Is killed on the second mission.)
Final Appearance: X-Force #116

Plugg, Buddy
Real Name: Buddy Plugg
Occupation: Behavioral Psychologist
Other Aliases: Bud
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Cause of Death: Bud Plugg hung himself with his tie.
First Appearance: Punisher Vol.4 #2
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.4 #2 (Is assigned to help Det. Soap track down the Punisher.)
Punisher Vol.4 #3 (Puts together a psychological profile of the Punisher for Det. Soap, but is upset when Soap calls it psychobabble. Commits suicide.)
Final Appearance: Punisher Vol.4 #3

Plumber, Ed
Real Name: Ed Plumber
Occupation: Editor of Plumber Publishing Ad Agency, World War II Veteran
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Basic military training
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #244
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #244 (Interviews Steve Rogers and is unimpressed until he shows his knowledge of WWII, then likes him and assigns him some work.)

Plunder, Robert
Real Name: Robert Plunder
Occupation: Lord Plunder
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed location in England
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Lady Blanche Plunder (wife, deceased), Lord Kevin Plunder (son, aka Ka-Zar), Shanna O'Hara Plunder (daughter-in-law, aka Shanna The She-Devil), Matthew Kyle Plunder (grandson), Parnival Plunder (son)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
Cause of death: Killed in airplane crash
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #13
History:
List of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.1 #13 (in flashback, seen giving his two sons one-half of a medallion each, and telling them that they needs to be frieds forever in order to get use of the medallion. Mentioned to have been lost in an airplane crash alongside his oldest son in his way to protect the material from which the medallion was made)
Final Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #13

Plunderer
Real Name: Parnival Plunder
Occupation: Pirate, engineer, scientist
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Castle Plunder, Kentish Town, London, England
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Lord Robert Plunder (father, deceased), Lady Blanche Plunder (mother, deceased), Kevin Plunder (older brother, aka Ka-Zar), Shanna Plunder (sister-in-law, aka Shanna the She-Devil), Matthew Plunder (nephew)
Group Affiliation: Leader of various crews of modern-day pirates
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Highly-trained athlete with extensive knowledge of armed and unarmed combat. He uses his own Anti-Metal-powered "vibra-ray" blasters
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #12
History:
List of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.1 #12 (with gang of pirates, attack a ship, unfortunate for Plunderer and his pirates, one of the passangers is none other than Matt Murdock aka Daredevil, and Daredevil fights the pirates. Forcing Daredevil to surrender, when he threatens to drop the pasaangers in the ocean which is filled with sharks. Leaves the ship with his gang and Daredevil without stealing anything. Brings the crew and Daredevil to Skull Island and the Savage Land- Attacked by Ka-Zar and Zabu)
Daredevil Vol.1 #13
Daredevil Vol.1 #14

Pluto
Real Name: Pluto
Occupation: God of Death, former movie producer for Stardust Studios
Other Aliases: (current) Hades, Pluto (former) Hayden P. Hellman, Aidoneus, Dis
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Cronus (father), Rhea (mother), Zeus (brother), Neptune (brother), Hera (sister and sister-in-law), Demeter (sister), Hestia (sister), Persephone (wife), Apollo (nephew), Ares (nephew), Dionysos (nephew), Hephaestus (nephew), Hercules (nephew), Hermes (nephew), Athena (niece), Artemis (niece), Venus (niece)
Group Affiliation: Gods of Olympus
Source Of Powers: Pluto is a god of Olympus
Powers: Superhuman strenght, speed, agility and reflexes, godlike stamina, demigodlike durability besides the ability to manipulate cosmic and mystical energies for various of effects like powerful force bolts, nearly impenetrable force fields, mystical flame and he can weaken an opponent simply by touching him/her
First Appearance: Red Raven Comics #1
List Of Appearances;
Red Raven Comics #1
Thor Vol.1 #127-130
Thor Vol.1 #163-164
Champions #1-4
Thor Vol.1 #221-222
Thor Vol.1 #279
Marvel Two-In-One Annual 5
Thor Annual 10
Avengers Vol.1 #282-283
Thunderbolts Annual 2 ('00)

Pointer Brothers
Real Names: Unrevealed
Occupation: Agents of Brynocki
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The Golden Dawn
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Moon Knight Special #1
List of Appearances:
Moon Knight Special #1 (outfitted with suits of armor covered with spikes by Brynocki; defended the Golden Dawn against Moon Knight and Shang-Chi, defeated by them)

Poison
Real Name: Cecilia Cardinale
Occupation: Hotel chambermaid, Vigilante
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Presumably in Cuba
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Carlos Cardinale (son)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: A merger with an other dimensional entity called Ylandris, after Ylandris left Cecilia's body, Cecilia kept her powers
Powers: Superhuman strength, exceptional athletic abilities as well as the power to levitate herself. She also has the ability to alter the shape of other people
First Appearance: Web Of Spider-Man Annual 4
History: Cecilia was a first-year student af the University of Havana in Cuba. There she met and became romantically involved with a member of the military staff of the Soviet embassy. When she became pregnant, the man, known only as Vassily, terminated the relationship, claiming that Cecilia was a prostitute seeking diplomatic favors.
Cecilia was imprisoned, and in jail she became ill with an unspecified disease. Cecilia was then sent to USA to live in a refugee camp in Florida.
In the camp she gave birth to her son Carlos, but her condition worsened. At last she was contacted by a mysterious otherdimensional entity called Ylandris, who claimed that she would die soon as a result Earth's atmosphere. To save them both Ylandris merged with Cecilia thereby creating the superbeing Poison.
After Ylandris successfully left Cecilia's body to return to her own dimension, Cecilia kept her superpowers.
List Of Appearances;
Web Of Spider-Man Annual 4
Spider-Man Vol.1 #64 (with Spider-Man II tried to find her son. Fought him kidnapped by El Toro Negro. With Spider-Man II's help saved her son)

Polaris
Real Name: Lorna Dane (legal name after her adoption, her given name is unrevealed)
Occupation: Adventurer, graduate student in geophysics, former US Government operative
Other Aliases: formerly Polarity, M-2, Magneto II, Malice IV
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Erik Lensheer (father, aka Magneto), unnamed mother (deceased), Peitro Maximoff (half-brother, aka Quicksilver), Wanda Maximoff (half-sister, aka Scarlet Witch), Zala Dane (alleged sister, aka Zaladane, presumed deceased), unnamed uncle and adoptive father (deceased), unnamed aunt and adoptive mother (deceased), Crystal (sister-in-law), Luna (niece)
Group Affiliation: X-Men. Formerly Acolytes, Genoshan Cabinet, The Twelve, Marauders (as Malice) and X-Factor II
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Has the ability to manipulate magnetic force, at one point her powers was stolen by Zaladane and she instead was able to increase her height and mass and possessed superhuman strength and durability, when her original powers returned she lost her new powers
First Appearance (as Lorna Dane): "Uncanny" X-Men #49
First Appearance (as Polaris): "Uncanny X-Men #97
First Appearance (as Malice): Uncanny X-Men #219
List Of Appearances;
"Uncanny X-Men" #49-52 (met X-Men, captured by Mesmero, told she was Magneto's daughter, first utilized powers, aided X-Men in defeating Mesmero)
"Uncanny X-Men" #57-58 (captured by Sentinels, rescued by X-Men)
"Uncanny X-Men" #60-61 (began living at Xavier's mansion)
"Uncanny X-Men" #65 (aided Havok and X-Men in repelling Z'Nox's attempted invasion of Earth)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #150 (with Havok fought Hulk)
"Uncanny" X-Men #97 (became Polaris, came under mental control of Shi'ar agent Davan Shakari, fought X-Men)
"Uncanny X-Men" #125-128 (with X-Men fought Proteus II)
Uncanny X-Men #145-146 (with X-Men in Arcade's murderworld)
Uncanny X-Men #219 (attacked by Marauders, underwent mental possession by Malice, became new Malice herself)
Uncanny X-Men #221 (as Malice new leader of Marauders first attacked X-Men)
Uncanny X-Men #240-241, 243 (Inferno, as leader of Marauders)
X-Factor #39 (Inferno, as leader of Marauders)
Uncanny X-Men #249 (regained normal personality, captured by Zaladane)
Uncanny X-Men #250 (powers stolen by Zaladane, given new super powers)
Uncanny X-Men #278 (regained original powers)
X-Factor #71 (joined X-Factor II)
X-Factor #149 (watched as Havok seemingly dies in explosion)
Uncanny X-Men #419
Uncanny X-Men #443
X-Men Vol.2 #157
X-Men Vol.2 #159
X-Men Vol.2 #160
Uncanny X-Men #475
(The Rise And Fall Of The Sh'Ar Empire Part I: In Egypt, Lorna is saved by the X-Men, who wants her back with them, and to go to space in order to save Vulcan)
Uncanny X-Men #476 (The Rise And Fall Of The Sh'Ar Empire Part II)
Uncanny X-Men #477
(The Rise And Fall Of The Sh'Ar Empire Part III)

Pong
Real Name: Pong
Occupation: Colonel in the chinese army
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Somewhere in China
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Chinese Army
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #55
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #55

Pope, Amy
Real Name: Amy Pope
Occupation: Unemployed (former) worked in an office
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Howard the Duck Vol.1 #19
List of Appearances:
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #19 (Meets Howard the Duck (in human form) and takes him to her apartment. Tells him about her relationship with Elton Burke.)

Poprycz, Mr.
Real Name: Poprycz (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Police officer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Deadline #4
List of Appearances:
Deadline #4 (Investigates a break in of Kat Farrell’s apartment. Arrests Paul Swanson when he is identified.)

Porcupine
Real Name: Alexander Gentry
Occupation: Professional criminal, former weapons designer for the US goverment
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Presumed single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Former member of Batroc's Brigade II, Maggia, former partner of Eel I, Scarecrow, Unicorn, former employee of Justin Hammer, Count Nefaria, Cowled Commander, Nebulon
Source Of Powers: None, but wears a battlesuit
Powers: Above normal intelligence (in battlesuit): enchanced strenght and durability, in his battlesuit there are a wide variety of weapons; Razor-Sharp metal quills, laser beams, concussive bombs, small rockets, tear gas, sleeping gas, smoke screens, torch flames, liquid cement and high voltage blasts
Cause Of Death: Falled upon one of his own quills
First Appearance: Tales To Astonish #48
History: Alexander Gentry a weapons designer for the US Army, conceived the idea of designing a battlesuit in imitation of a porcupine.
Gentry spend months working overtime to create the battlesuit. He believed that his invention was worth a fortune, but was let down by everybody.
Angrily, Gentry decided to keep the battlesuit and use it to make himself wealthy through crime.
As Porcupine, Gentry fought alot of superheroes among others Ant-Man, Wasp, X-Men and Captain America (see: Captain America I; Pym, "Hank"; Wasp; X-Men)
After many defeats Gentry decided to quit his life as a supercriminal and once more tried to sell his costume. The only one who would buy it was Captain America, mostly because he thought that if Gentry really wanted to go straight, Captain America would help him.
This porved fatal for Gentry, because Captain America persuaded Gentry to a plan for the purpose of capturing the Serpent Society (see: Serpent Society).
During the fight between Captain America and the Serpent Society, Gentry tried to escape but fell on one of his own quills and died).
After the death of Gentry, the Porcupine battlesuit was sent to the Avengers Mansion.
List Of Appearances;
Tales To Astonish #48 (fought Ant-Man)
Tales To Astonish #53
Fantastic Four Annual 3 (alongside a bunch of super-villains attacked the wedding Of Reed & Sue Richards)
Uncanny X-Men #22-23 (teamed with Count Nefaria, Eel, Plant-Man, Scarecrow and Unicorn fought X-Men)
Captain America Vol.1 #130 (joined Batroc's Brigade II, fought Captain America)
Captain America Vol.1 #158-159 (teamed with Eel I, Scarecrow and Plant-Man simuloid)
Defenders #37-38
Defenders #63-64
Iron Man Vol.1 #127 (as employee of Justin Hammer)
Avengers Vol.1 #167
Captain America Vol.1 #285
Captain America Vol.1 #315 (tired of his criminal ways, tries to sell his battlesuit, fails. Makes a deal with Captain America, to capture Serpent Society, died when he fell on one of his own quills)
Final Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #315

Porcupine (imposter)
See: Dead-Ringer

"Porky"
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Criminal gang leader
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: All-Winners Comics #19
List of Appearances:
All-Winners Comics #19 (sent by Isbisa to the Museum of Art to spread "bronze disease" among its statues with his gang; fought Captain America and Bucky, captured)

"Porky"
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Working for Fixer I
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Fixer I's organization
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #1
History:
List of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.1 #1 (sitting in a room with three oter guysplaying cards when interrupted by Daredevil. The four of them fought him, but was easily defeated)

Portal
Real Name: Charles Little Sky
Occupation: Fugitive
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Hartsdale, New Mexico
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Able to create and/or access dimensional warps to transport himself and others; also wears armor that includes energy harpoon gun, gun that covers opponents with adhesive substance, and throwing disc that separates into independent laser systems
First Appearance: Avengers Vol.1 #304
List Of Appearances:
Avengers Vol.1 #304 (fled from his tribe upon discovery of his superhuman powers, pursued
by Puma, unintentionally opened dimensional warp freeing the U-Foes; rescued from U-Foes by Puma and the Avengers, escaped through dimensional warp)
Darkhawk #5-6 (appeared in New York, battled Darkhawk, taken into custody by Guardsmen; held in New York hospital, rescued by Darkhawk, Daredevil and Captain America from U-Foes, revealed he had acquired parts of his armor from an opponent resembling Darkhawk, escaped through dimensional warp)
Darkhawk #19-20/Sleepwalker #17 (retrieved armor and weapons from research center, battled Guardsmen; alongside Darkhawk and Spider-Man, battled Brotherhood of Evil Mutants V; captured by Brotherhood, mind-controlled by Sauron, aided Brotherhood against Darkhawk, Spider-Man and Sleepwalker; rescued by them from Brotherhood, escaped through dimensional warp)

Porter, John
Real Name: John Porter
Occupation: Account executive, former insurance sellsman
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Birmingham, Michigan
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Damage Control
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #19
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #19 (tried to sell Josie an insurance, find out he couldn't compete with Damage Control, hired by Mrs. Hoag)
Damage Control #1 (First day of work at Damage Control.)
Damage Control #2 (Decides the best way to repair Dr. Dooms building is just to rebuild it.)
Damage Control #3 (Goes with Gene to save some Stark employees trapped in a flooding tunnel.)
Damage Control #4 (Goes to the ruins of Xavier’s mansion. Helps the others remember they had been there before.)
Damage Control II #1 (Is trapped in the Vault during the breakout, gets Thunderball to convince the Wrecking Crew to help them escape.)
Damage Control II #2 (Works busily during Acts of Vengeance.)
Damage Control II #3 (Asks Captain America if he can spare an Avenger to help with repairs.)
Damage Control II #4 (Convinces Lenny to get some of the workers to help stabilize a building. Goes inside with Captain America to finish the job.)
Damage Control III #1-4
Iron Man Annual 11 (sent letter to Tony Stark informing him that his Fission/Fusion/Fission reactor was overloading)

Positron
Real Name: Ronnie
Occupation: Adventurer
Other Aliases:
Place Of Birth:
Marital Status:
Known Relatives:
Group Affiliation: First Line
Source Of Powers:
Powers: Has the ability to generate blasts of concussive force
Cause Of Death: Shot by a skrull
First Appearance (unnamed): Marvel: The Lost Generation #12
First Appearance (named): Marvel: The Lost Generation #9
History:
List Of Appearances;
Marvel: The Lost Generation #12 (shot by a skrull)
Marvel: The Lost Generation #9 (with First Line on rescue mission in Halwan, saw death of boyfriend Blackjack)
Final Appearance: Marvel: The Lost Generation #12

Possessor II
Real Name: Kamo Tharnn
Occupation: Librarian, scholar, seeker of knowledge
Other Aliases: Master Scholar, Possessor of the Runestaff, Tale-er
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Elders of the Universe
Source Of Powers: Manipulation of cosmic energy
Powers: Superhuman strength and durability, able to manipulate cosmic energy for energy blasts and increasing his size and mass; immortality, telepathy
First Appearance: Thor Vol.1 #235
List Of Appearances:
Thor Vol.1 #235 (Runestaff stolen by Hercules and Sif and used to restore dying Jane Foster by infusing her with Sif's life force)
Champions #12-13 (battled Hercules and the Champions, Runestaff used by Darkstar to destroy Stranger's anti-life bomb)
Thor Vol.1 #334-335 (rescued from alien invaders by Thor, Sif and Keith Kincaid; restored Jane Foster's spirit)
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #4 (participated in ten other Elders' plot to kill Galactus)
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #7 (attended meeting of the Elders on Ego's surface)
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #9-10 (battled Galactus and Silver Surfer; converted to energy and consumed by Galactus)
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #15 (alongside Astronomer and Trader, entered dimension within black hole; encountered Silver Surfer, Mr. Fantastic and Invisible Woman in search of the Infinity Gems)
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #17-19 (along with other elders devoured by Galactus, caused Galactus' "cosmic indigestion" from within; escaped from Galactus; toook possession of an Infinity Gem; witnessed battle between Galactus and In-Betweener, aided Silver Surfer, Nova II and other Elders in helping Galactus; fled to escape wrath of Galactus)

Potiphar
See: Appendix, New Universe, Potiphar

Potshot
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Gang member
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: New York City
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #374
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #374 (with Rubout and Hotwire, went on drive-by shooting spree)

Potts, Benjamin
Real Name: Benjamin Potts
Occupation: Small-time criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Namor, The Sub-Mariner #24
List Of Appearances:
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #24 (killed by Sssesthugar)
Final Appearance: Namor, The Sub-Mariner #24

Potts, Pepper
Real Name: Pepper Potts
Occupation: Former secretary for Tony Stark, Stark Industries and Stark Solutions
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: Harry "Happy" Hogan (ex-husband), Clay Hogan (ex-brother-in-law)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Tales of Suspense #45
History:
List of Appearances:
Tales of Suspense #45
Avengers Annual '99
(Reschedules an appointment for Tony Stark.)

Poundcakes
Real Name: Marian Pouncy
Occupation: Professional criminal, former professional wrestler
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Garden City, New Jersey
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Former member of The Grapplers
Source Of Powers: Given powers by Roxxon Oil, later enchanced by Power Broker's chemical and radiation strenght augmentation process
Powers: Superhuman strenght and stamina, enchanced speed, durability and reflexes
First Appearance: Marvel Two-In-One #54
List Of Appearances;
Marvel Two-In-One #54, 56
Dazzler #13
Marvel Two-In-One #96 (with Grapplers attacked Thing at the hospital, defeated by Captain America)
The Thing #33
Captain America Vol.1 #371
Captain America Vol.1 #389-391
USAgent Vol.2 #2 (Sells alien mind control devices to a rebel Atlantean faction. Escapes from STARS, but mentioned to have been caught by Avengers.)

Pow, Dr.
Real Name: Pow (full name unrevealed)
Occupation: Doctor for supervillains, runs “the Hospital”
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Deadline #2
List of Appearances:
Deadline #2 (While working on Batroc, is asked by Kat Farrell if he helped a wounded Michael Hart around the time of his disappearance, he says no, but tells her that he heard the Tinkerer had.)

Powell, Amy
Real Name: Amy Powell
Occupation: Model
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance:
History: Amy Powell was the girlfriend of photographer Lance Bannon (see: Bannon, Lance)
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #239 (have a photo session with boyfriend Lance Bannon, when she learns that he is busy she decides to leave, and get even. Decides to call Peter Parker and offers him dinner. Turned down)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #240 (pays Peter Parker a visit, told by his neighboor that he isn't at home)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #241 ("accidently" walks into Peter Parker, and offers him a cup of coffee)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #242 (Peter calls Amy to tell her that they can't go out together anymore, but before he tells her, she takes over the conversation and invites him to dinner. Later decides to come to Peter's apartment instead, and before Peter can do anything, Amy begins to kiss him, they're interrupted by Mary Jane)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #243 (After Mary Jane has interrupted Peter and Amy kissing, Lance appears, Amy is angry at Lance and leaves, Peter and Mary Jane has a short conversation and MJ leaves. Later at a coffee shop, Amy and Lance are finally making up)

Powell, Grace
Real Name: Grace Powell
Occupation: Assistant D.A
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Mike Powell (husband), Chris Powell (son, aka Darkhawk), Jonathan Powell (son), Jason Powell (son)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Darkhawk #1
List Of Appearances:
Darkhawk #1 (threaten by Bazin and his men to drop the case against Mr. Bazin)
Darkhawk #2
Darkhawk #3
Darkhawk #4
Darkhawk #5 (saved from hitman by her oldest son Chris)
Darkhawk #6 (had discussion with Jimmy Zafar)
Darkhawk #7 (had talk with Harry Lennox)
Darkhawk #8 (had another talk with Harry Lennox)
Darkhawk #9 (had another meeting with Harry Lennox angered at him for not finding useful information, leaves)
Darkhawk #10 (son badly injured in car bomb explosion, trial of Bazon begins)
Darkhawk #11 (at the court begins trial with her witness Mr. Duprey, later on has Mrs Schwartz at the stand)
Darkhawk #12 (at the court, has a success, when Philippe's own son takes the stand, and reveals all about Bazin's operations)
Darkhawk #13 (visited Harry Lennox at the prison, kidnapped)
Darkhawk #14 (revealed that kidnappers are all members of the police force, and some of them even friends with Mike Powell)
Darkhawk #15 (freed from the Cabal)
Darkhawk #16 (present at her husband's funeral)
Darkhawk #17 (sees the trouble at Midtown High at the TV)
Darkhawk #18
Darkhawk #21

Powell, Jason
Real Name: Jason Powell
Occupation: Student
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Mike Powell (father), Grace Powell (mother), Chris Powell (older brother, aka Darkhawk), Jonathan Powell (twinbrother), unnamed aunt
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Darkhawk #1
List Of Appearances:
Darkhawk #1 (with twinbrother, goes to Wonderland Amusement Park)
Darkhawk #2
Darkhawk #3
Darkhawk #4
Darkhawk #5
Darkhawk #6 (played basketball with brothers)
Darkhawk #7
Darkhawk #10 (badly injured in car bomb explosion)
Darkhawk #11 (at the hospital, unnamed assassin tries to kill him, saved by his father)
Darkhawk #12 (at the hospital)
Darkhawk #13 (flashback)
Darkhawk #14 (at the hospital)
Darkhawk #15 (at the hospital)
Darkhawk #16 (returns home from the hospital, present at his father's funeral)
Darkhawk #17 (sees the trouble at Midtown High at the TV)
Darkhawk #21

Powell, Jonathan
Real Name: Jonathan Powell
Occupation: Student
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Mike Powell (father), Grace Powell (mother), Chris Powell (older brother, aka Darkhawk), Jason Powell (twinbrother), unnamed aunt
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Darkhawk #1
List Of Appearances:
Darkhawk #1 (with twinbrother, goes to Wonderland Amusement Park)
Darkhawk #2
Darkhawk #3
Darkhawk #4
Darkhawk #5
Darkhawk #6 (played basketball with brothers)
Darkhawk #7
Darkhawk #11 (at brother's side at the hospital)
Darkhawk #12 (at brother's side at the hospital)
Darkhawk #13 (home with his mother)
Darkhawk #14 (at brother's side at the hospital)
Darkhawk #15 (at brother's side at the hospital)
Darkhawk #16 (present at his father's funeral)
Darkhawk #17 (sees the trouble at Midtown High at the TV)
Darkhawk #21
Darkhawk #22 (confronted by St. Johnny)

Powell, Mike
Real Name: Mike Powell
Occupation: Cop
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Grace Powell (wife), Christopher Powell (son), Jason Powell (son), Jonathan Powell (son)
Group Affiliation: NYPD, Cabal
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Darkhawk #1
List Of Appearances:
Darkhawk #1 (seen taken money from Mr. Bazin's men)
Darkhawk #5 (seen in flashback)
Darkhawk #7 (in flashback, seen with partner Larry Ratliff chasing criminals in a car, the criminals hits an old lady, Mike says to Larry that they needs to go after the criminals to avenge the lady)
Darkhawk #9 (revealed to be in league with Harry Lennox)
Darkhawk #10 (seen at the couerhouse where the trial of Bazin is held, runs away when his son discovers him)
Darkhawk #11 (saves son Jason from unnamed assassin)
Darkhawk #12 (seemingly tries to get Mr. Bazin, takes away alongside Bazin, on Bazin's helicopter)
Darkhawk #14 (alongside Mr. Bazin at the carribean island Althea, seemingly joined forces with him, turned against him, seemingly killed)
Darkhawk #15 (flashback, seen taken the woman who was runned down by a car to the hospital, saving her)
Darkhawk #16 (flashback to time of getting money from Bazin's men, present the funeral of Mike)

Power, Brent
Real Name: Brent Power
Occupation: Radiohost at WTLK
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance (voice only): Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.2 #7
First Appearance (fully seen): Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.2 #8
History:
List of Appearances:
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.2 #7
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.2 #8

Power, James
Real Name: James Power
Occupation: Doctor, Physicist
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth:
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Margaret Power (wife), Alex Power (son), Julie Power (daughter), Jack Power (son), Katherine Power (daughter), Roy Craig (father-in-law)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
Abilities: Dr. Power is a brilliant physicist
First Appearance: Power Pack #1
History: James Power finished college with a doctorate in Physics and shortly thereafter began working at a research and development facility near Munhiggin Island, Maine. Dr. Power discovered a method to convert matter to antimatter without impractically large expenditures of energy. He also designed a machine which could open a small portal into another universe which had different scientific laws from our own.
List Of Appearances;
Power Pack #1

Power, Margaret
Real Name: Margaret Power
Occupation: Freelance illustrator, homemaker
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Atlanta, Georgia
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Roy Craig (father), James Power (husband), Alex Power (son), Julie Power (daughter), Jack Power (son), Katherine Power (daughter)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Power Pack #1
History: Nothing has been revealed about the past of Margaret Power before she married Dr. James Power and gave birth to her children (see: Power, James; Power Pack).
List Of Appearances;
Power Pack #1

Power Broker
Real Name: Curtiss Jackson
Occupation: Professional criminal, former president of Power Broker, Inc., former executive of the Corporation
Other Aliases: Power Broker
Place Of Birth: Charlotte, North Carolina
Marital Status: Presumed single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Red Skull's division chiefs, former Power Brooker, Inc., The Corporation
Source Of Powers: Own chemicals and radiation strenght augmentation proces. For a time Power Broker was symbiotically linked to a “mother bug” apparently created by SHIELD.
Powers: Superhuman strenght and durability, above normal intelligence, special limitation unable to move without his exo-skeleton. While linked to the “mother bug” Jackson could have it produce smaller bugs that, when places on another host allowed Jackson to control their actions.
First Appearance (as Curtiss Jackson): Machine Man Vol.1 #7
First Appearance (as Power Broker): The Thing #35
List Of Appearances;
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.)
Captain America Vol.1 #230 (revealed to have been behind the kidnapping of Falcon)
Captain America Vol.1 #231 (flashback)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #232-237 (The Corporation)
The Thing #35 (revealed as Power Broker)
Captain America Vol.1 #329-331
Captain America Vol.1 #358-364
Captain America Vol.1 #375-378
Captain America Vol.1 #394
USAgent Vol.2 #2 (Revealed to be Sen. Warkovsky’s benefactor, and the one dealing with the alien mind control devices.)
USAgent Vol.2 #3 (Reveals how he found the mother bug while looking for aliens to work for him. Plans to take control of international representatives during Warkovsky’s trade conference. Is separated from the mother bug by USAgent and arrested.)

Power Man I
See: Atlas III

Power Man II
See: Cage, Luke

Power Pack
Current Group Leader: Gee/Destroyer/Powerpak/Powerhouse/Zero G
Former Group Leaders: None
Current Members: Lightspeed/Molecula, Mass Master/Counterweight I, Energizer/Starstreak/Counterweight II
Former Members: None
First Appearance: Power Pack Vol.1 #1
History: The original members of Power Pack are Alex, Jack, Julie and Katie Powers, four pre-adolescent children, who are siblings to each other, who were granted superhuman powers by a member of the alien Kymellian race (see: Appendix, Alien Races, Kymellian).
The four siblings are the children of Professor James Power, who sought a new means of deriving large quantities of energy inexpensively for peaceful purposes (see: Power, James). He designed a machine which could open a small portal into another universe which had different scientific laws than our own. Dr. Power called his machine, which was build under a government grant, a matter/anti-matter converter. A kymellian scientist learned of Dr. Power's discovery and decided to destroy the machine, the Kymellians had discovered the same process a long time ago, but because the Kymellian didn't master all of the psysics that the process involved all of the inhabitants of their home planet were killed (see: Whitey). Trying to save planet Earth from destruction Whitey came to Earth to try to destroy the machine, but the Kymellians enemies The Snarks came along trying to steal the machine for themselves (see: Appendix, Alien Races, Snarks). Whitey was wounded by the Snarks but before dying he gave the Power children his powers thereby creating the Power Pack
List of Appearances:
Power Pack #1-4 (gained powers, fought Snarks)
Power Pack Vol.1 #5-62
X-Factor #11 (Mutant Massacre, seen in flashback)
X-Factor #25 (Fall of the Mutants; alongside X-Factor fought Apocalypse's Horsemen)
Power Pack Vol.2 #1-4

Power Princess
See: Appendix, Earth-S, Power Princess

Powerhouse I
Real Name: Rieg Davan
Occupation: Syfon warrior, former criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Xandar ("alien" planet)
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Champions Of Xandar, former ally of Diamondhead and Condor
Source Of Powers:
Powers: Superhuman strength, had the ability to siphon the energies of any power-source including other living beings by touching them
Cause Of Death: Died battling the forces of Nebula
First Appearance: Nova Vol.1 #2
List Of Appearances:
Nova Vol.1 #2 (tried to escape from Condor, but found. Condor tells Powerhouse his origin, that Powerhouse owns his life to Condor, because he saved him from drowning, fought and defeated by Nova)
Nova Vol.1 #6 (freed from hospital by Condor and Diamondhead, fought Nova)
Nova Vol.1 #8 (alongside Diamondhead and Condor escaped from spacestation and Nova)
Nova Vol.1 #24 (fought Nova, finally regained memory, remembered he is an alien from the planet Xandar)
Nova Vol.2 #5 (flashback)
Rom #24 (died)
Final Appearance: Rom #24

Powerhouse II
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Mutant militant
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Powerhouse could drain energy from others and use it for herself, increasing her strength.
First Appearance: Spider-Man #15
List of Appearances:
Spider-Man #15 (Attacks the Beast during a lecture at ESU. Is beat by Beast and Spider-Man.)
Wolverine #133
Spider-Man Unlimited Vol.3 #4 (with Masterblaster tried to rob a bank, fought and defeated by Spider-Man, send to prison)

Powderkeg
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Criminal mercenary
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Masters of Evil V
Source of Powers: Unrevealed
Powers: Able to release explosive energy from his fists
First Appearance: Captain Marvel Special #1
List of Appearances:
Captain Marvel Special #1 (attacked ship, fought off by Captain Marvel II)
Avengers: Deathtrap The Vault (assisted Venom during his attempted break-out at the Vault)
Guardians of the Galaxy #28-29 (with Masters of Evil V, attacked Avengers Headquarters during "Infinity War", fought Guardians of the Galaxy)

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

Praxdorf
See: Appendix: M.U Companies, Praxdorf

Presence
Real Name: Sergei Krylov
Occupation: Nuclear physicist
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Minsk, U.S.S.R. (now Belurussia)
Marital Status: Widower
Known Relatives: Marya Krylova (wife, deceased), Laynia Petova (daughter, aka Darkstar), Nicolai Krylenko (son, aka Vanguard)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Mutation through exposure to nuclear radiation
Powers: Superhuman strength, stamina and durability; able to harness nuclear energy for flight, force fields, energy blasts, telepathy and survival in space
First Appearance: Defenders #52
List Of Appearances:
Defenders #52-55 (detonated nuclear bomb in "Forbidden Zone", transformed himself and Red Guardian III into superhuman beings, placed Red Guardian III under his mental control; battled Defenders, left when Red Guardian III regained her free will and spurned him)
Defenders #61-63, 65 (battled giant mutated amoeba in "Forbidden Zone", was reunited and reconciled with Red Guardian III)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #258-259 (alongside Red Guardian III encountered Hulk, Professor
Phobos, and Soviet Super-Soldiers in "Forbidden Zone", learned that Darkstar and Vanguard were his children; saved by them from Phobos; Presence and Red Guardian III absorbed Zone's radiation into their bodies; left Earth with Red Guardian III)
Quasar #16 (revealed to be held prisoner with Starlight on Stranger's World)
Quasar #19-20 (returned to Earth with Starlight and Jack of Hearts, attempted to kill Eon, was trapped in "Quantum Zone" by Quasar)
Quasar #23 (flashback, revealed how Maelstrom persuaded Presence to attack Eon)
Quasar #45-46 (rescued from Quantum Zone by Neutron, teamed with him to seek vengeance on Quasar, learned of Soviet Union's collapse, returned to Russia possibly to create a "new order")
Marvel Comics Presents #70 (sent Starlight to capture Black Widow and Darkstar)
Quasar #60 (learnt of Vanguard's death; alongside Darkstar, attempted to kill Quasar; tricked by him into thinking he was dead)
Avengers Vol.3 #1 (revealed by the Vision to have disappeared)

Preserver
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Activist for the preservation of city monuments
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: New York City
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #290
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #290 (held mayor hostage with unloaded gun over the destruction of old buildings; relented when he learnt from Spider-Man that the buildings were being renovated)

Prester John
Real Name: Prester John
Occupation: Traveler, explorer
Other Aliases: The Wanderer
Place Of Birth: An unnamed kingdom in Eastern Asia
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Gaspar, Melchior, Balthasar (the Magi; alleged ancestors)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Fantastic Four Vol.1 #54
List Of Appearances:
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #54 (preserved from the 12th Century until modern times in the Chair of
Survival by the alchemists of Avalon; met Human Torch II and Wyatt Wingfoot; witnessed seeming destruction of the Evil Eye)
Marvel Two-In-One #12 (temporarily possessed by an alien power-stone, battled the Thing and Iron Man I)
Defenders #11 (time-traveled back to the 12th Century; recovered the Evil Eye, which had been reassembled in the present and brought to the past by the Defenders; remained in the 12th Century)
Thor Annual 17 (revealed how his return to the 12th Century was done by Kang; battled time-traveling Thor II)

Pretorius, Anton
Real Name: Anton Pretorius
Occupation: Magistrate of communication
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Somewhere in South Africa
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #18
History: When Ramonda (second wife of T'Chaka) returned to her homeland of South Africa for the funeral of her father, she was kidnapped by Anton Pretorius, who held her captive for many years until he was finally beaten by Black Panther (Ramonda's step-son), Ramonda left with her step-son to return to Wakanda (see: Black Panther; Ramonda; T'Chaka)
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #18 (revealed to Percy Boraine, that Black Panther is T'Challa king of Wakanda)
Marvel Comics Presents #23 (seen on tv, talking about the dangerous man Black Panther)
Marvel Comics Presents #24 (still on tv talking)
Marvel Comics Presents #25
Marvel Comics Presents #29 (flashback)
Marvel Comics Presents #31 (on tv again)
Marvel Comics Presents #32 (not seen, but it was revealed that Mr. Pretorius was behind the affair)
Marvel Comics Presents #36
Marvel Comics Presents #37 (finally beaten by Black Panther)

Pretty Boy
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Unrevealed
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Nomad Vol.2 #3
List Of Appearances:
Nomad Vol.2 #3 (revealed as one of Nomad's friends)

Price, Mr.
Real Name: Price (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Agent of SHIELD
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: SHIELD I
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: None
Cause of Death: Shot by Garwood
First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men #182
List of Appearances:
Uncanny X-Men #182 (with Garwood, captured Michael Rossi on the SHIELD Helicarrier; interrogated Rossi, beating him; shot by Garwood, in attempt to incriminate Rossi)
Final Appearance: Uncanny X-Men #182

Pride
Group Leader at time of disbandment: None
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment: Catherine Wilder (dead), Geoffrey Wilder (dead), Victor Stein (dead), Janet Stein (dead), Robert Minoru (dead), Tina Minoru (dead), Frank Dean (dead), Leslie Dean (dead), Alice Hayes (dead), Gene Hayes (dead), Stacey Yorkes (dead), Dale Yorkes (dead)
Former Members: Lt. Flores (dead)
First Appearance: Runaways Vol.1 #1
History: Group of 12 people put together by the Gibborims, 20 years ago (see: Gibborims). The group should each year make a human sacrifice to the Gibborims, and after 25 years, 6 of them would get a chance to go to a heaven, while the Gibborims would destroy Earth, including the other 6 members of the Pride. The group later decided that each couple should get a child, and give up their space for their children, giving them a chance of eternal life
List of Appearances:
Runaways Vol.1 #1
Runaways Vol.1 #13
Runaways Vol.1 #14 (Geoffrey Wilder shots and kills Lt. Flores because of his failure ot capture the Runaways)
Runaways Vol.1 #15
Runaways Vol.1 #16
Runaways Vol.1 #17

Final Appearance: Runaways Vol.1 #17

Primal
Real Name: Adam C. Berman
Occupation: Student
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Newton, Massachusetts
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers/Abilities: Able to transform into a reptillian form which possesses superhuman strength, agility, speed and endurance.
First Appearance: X-Men Unlimited #16
List of Appearances:
X-Men Unlimited #16 (vied for spot at the Massachusetts Academy; met Banshee, revealed he was a mutant; attacked by Ginny Mahoney as a Prime Sentinel, survived with Banshee's help, decided to go to another school)

Prime Mover
Real Name: None
Occupation: Servant with whom Dr. Doom plays chess with.
Other Aliases:
Place Of Creation:
Creator: Doctor Doom I
Group Affiliation: Servant of Doctor Doom I
Source Of Powers: Artificial being made by Doctor Doom I
Powers:
First Appearance: Strange Tales Vol.1 #167
List Of Appearances:
Strange Tales Vol.1 #167

Primus II
Real Name: Primus
Occupation: Convict, rebel leader
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed location in Kree Empire
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Underground Militia
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Imperial Guard #1
List of Appearances:
Imperial Guard #1 (led Underground Militia against Earth's heroes, captured Imperial Guard)
Imperial Guard #2 (attempted deal with New York street gangs, stopped by Imperial Guard)
Imperial Guard #3 (attempted to destroy Earth with Nega-Bomb, abandoned by Underground Militia; pledged allegiance to Supreme Intelligence, discarded by him)

"Prince"
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Unemployed
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Presumed single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #256
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #256 (arguing with his friend "Prince" who should get the refrigerator crate to sleep in. After watching a mysterious creature (Spider-Man's alien costume), they decides that there is enought space for two in the crate)

Prince Dezan
Real Name: Dezan
Occupation: Outcast
Other Aliases:
Place of Birth:
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Emperor Dorrek VII (older brother, deceased), Empress R'Klll (sister-in-law, deceased), Princess Anelle (niece, deceased), Dorrek VIII (grandnephew, aka Teddy Altman/Hulkling)
Group Affiliation: Member of the Royal family of Skrulls, ally of Avengers, former ally of Zabyk and Myrn
Source of Powers: Member if the alien race of skrulls
Powers/Abilities: Has the ability to shange shape and form. Long lifespan (circa 210 years)
First Appearance: Avengers Annual 14
History: Prince Dezan is the younger brother of former Emperor Dorrek (see: Emperor Dorrek). Dezan was an outcast in the skrullian empire because unlike all skrulls he really wanted peace instead ofwar. Therefor he was send to the skrullian prisonworld Klarr.
List of Appearances:
Avengers Annual 14 (freed from the prison planet Klarr by Raksor and his men. Taken to the planet Kral, introduced to the Avengers. Told them his story, and his partnership with Zabyk and Myrn. Joined forces with the Avengers in trying to tke down Myrn and Zabyk. Overpowerd Zabyk's forces but coukdn't prevent the detonation of the hyperwave bomb which stripped all skrulls of their shapechanging abilities)

Princess Anelle
Real Name: Anelle
Occupation: Royalty
Other Aliases:
Place of Birth:
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Emperor Dorrek VII (father, deceased), Empress R'Klll (mother, deceased), Dorrek VIII (son, aka Teddy Altman/Hulkling), Prince Dezan (paternal uncle)
Group Affiliation: Member of the Royal family of the Skrulls
Source of Powers: Member if the alien race of skrulls
Powers/Abilities: Has the ability to shange shape and form. Long lifespan (circa 210 years)
Cause of Death: Died when Galactus destroyed the Skrull Throneworld
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #257 (died alongside alot of skrulls when Galactus came to the Skrull Throneworld)
Final Appearance: Fantastic Four Vol.1 #257

Princess Azir
Real Name: Azir
Occupation: Princess
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed location in Halwan
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives:
Group Affiliation: Halwan Royal Family
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel Premiere #24
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Premiere #24 (at baseball game, attacked by Monstroid, saved by Iron Fist)

Princess Fen
Real Name: Fen
Occupation: Princess of the Atlantean Empire
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Atlantean Empire
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Thakorr (father, deceased), Leonard MacKenzie (husband, deceased), Namor MacKenzie (son), Dorma (daughter-in-law, deceased), Marrina (daughter-in-law, deceased), Byrrah (step-brother, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Atlantean Royal Family
Source Of Powers: Fen is a member of the race of Homo Mermanus
Powers: Like all other Homo Mermanus, Fen possesses the ability to breath underwater for undefinitly periods of time, but can't breath out of water for more than circa 5 minutes
Cause Of Death:
First Appearance: Marvel Mystery Comics #82
History:
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Mystery Comics #82
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #1 (flashback)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #19 (flashback to time when Vyrra was banned from Atlantis)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #20 (flashback)

Princess Python
Real Name: Zelda DuBois
Occupation: Snake charmer, professional criminal, former circus performer
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Darlington, South Carolina
Marital Status: Married, widowed later remarried
Known Relatives: Wilbur Day (husband, aka Stilt-Man, deceased), Martin Blank (husband, aka The Gibbon)
Group Affiliation: Circus Of Crime II, former member of Masters Of Menace, Serpent Squad II, Serpent Society (expelled)
Source Of Powers: None
Abilities: Expert snake charmer, besides having a trained rock python, she has a hand-held electric prod
Special Limitations: After surviving an attack at her late husband's wake by the Punisher, Princess Python is now completly blind.
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #22
List Of Appearances;
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #22 (with Circus Of Crime members left Ringmaster II to become Masters Of Menace, defeated by Spider-Man)
Avengers Vol.1 #22 (with Circus Of Crime, treid to enlist Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver in Circus Of Crime, defeated by them)
Thor Vol.1 #145-147 (with Circus Of Crime, fought and was defeated by Thor)
Avengers Vol.1 #60 (with Circus Of Crime, invaded the wedding of Hank Pym and Janet Van Dyne, defeated by Avengers)
Thor Vol.1 #173 (with Circus Of Crime, fought and was defeated by Thor)
Iron Man Vol.1 #50 (fought Iron Man, death of her python)
Captain America Vol.1 #180-181 (acquired new python, joined Serpent Squad II, fought Captain America I as Nomad I)
Daredevil Vol.1 #118 (rejoined Circus Of Crime, fought Daredevil)
Power Man #24-25 (with Circus Of Crime, fought Power Man and Black Goliath)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #217 (with Circus Of Crime fought Hulk)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #25 (Performs at a private party with the Circus and robs the guests.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #26 (Performs in Skudge, Pennsylvania.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #27 (Fights Howard the Duck in Cleveland.)
Marvel Two-In-One #76 (with Circus Of Crime fought Thing, Iceman and Giant-Man II)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #292 (with Circus Of Crime, pitted a mind-controlled Hulk against Dragon Man)
Captain America Vol.1 #309-311 (formation of Serpent Society)
Captain America Vol.1 #313 (as member of Serpent Sociaty, participated in hunt for MODOK, deserted team)
Captain America Vol.1 #315 (captured by Siderwinder and tortured by him)
Captain America Vol.1 #318 (sent back to Circus Of Crime in care of Death Adder)
Sensational She-Hulk #1 (rejoined Circus Of Crime)
Captain America Vol.1 #389-392 (served as master of ceremonies at "Power Pageant" at Superia's ship, fought Captain America and Paladin)
Punisher War Journal Vol.2 #4
Punisher War Journal Vol.2 #16
Marvel Apes #1 (flashback)

Princess Zafina
Real Name: Zafina
Occupation: Ruler of Halwan
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Halwan
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Khadijah (cousin)
Group Affiliation: Halwan Royal Family
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel: The Lost Generation #9
List of Appearances:
Marvel: The Lost Generation #9 (captured Mr. Justice, tortured him for information; thwarted by the First Line)

Princess Zanda
Real Name: Zanda
Occupation: Ruler of Narobia, Collector, formerly working (undercover) at a KCF-restaurant
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Narobia
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Member of The Collectors/Council of Antiquarians
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Ruthless and ambitious, has on occasions used guns
First Appearance: Black Panther Vol.1 #1
History: Princess Zanda was born into the royal family of the small african nation of Narobia (see: Appendix, M.U Countries, Narobia). At one point in her life she joined the Collectors (see: Collectors). These days she is the ruler of Narobia
List of Appearances:
Black Panther Vol.1 #1 (While flying im a jet-copter, Black Panther and Abner Little are 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 Black Panther manage to knock Hatch-22 out, but when Zanda tries to shot the creature, T'Challa stops her.)
Black Panther Vol.1 #3 (Alongside Black Panther and Abner Little 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 wall instead, 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, The three "partners", Little, Black Panther and Zanda herself 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 Zanda's men throws Abner and T'Challa into a room, where they're 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 (Wants Black Panther to find the ledengary Samurai City, to try to find the water-skin which gives eternal life, Black Panther refuses. 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)
Black Panther Vol.1 #7 (In Narobia greets Abner Little and Black Panther welcome home after their mission to the Samurai City. Upon learning that they haven't got any of the water-skin is angered, but when it is revealed that Abner actually got a small potion of the water-skin, begins to fight the other Collectors for posession of the water-skin.)
Iron Man Vol.3 #21 (Arrives alongside Count Zorba in the Canadian Nunavut territory. looking for the lost treasure, a temple, reunited with Abner Little)
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 about 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. 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".)
Black Panther Vol.3 #42 (Revealed to work "undercover" at a KCF drive-in, where her enemies would never look for her. Suddenly Abner, the Black Panther (the "new nutty one") and Ross appears at the drive-in, wanting her to go with them on a mission to recover the Brass Frogs once more)
Black Panther Vol.3 #43 (Onboard a craft alongside the Black Panther, Nightshade, Abner Little and Ross, goes to Kiber Island. On Kiber Island fights Kiber the Crule and his men, all because of the Brass Frogs who (according to the Black Panther) has ccreated a temporal loop in time, so they finds themself in another time era. After having fought Kiber and his men, Zanda claims victory holding the Brass Frog)
Black Panther Vol.3 #44 (Alongside the Black Panther, Nightshade, Ross and Abner Little returns with the Brass Frog to T'Challa)
Black Panther Vol.3 #45 (Alongside the Black Panther, Abner Little, Ross, Nightshade and Monica Lynne uses their craft to goes to Washington.)
Black Panther Vol.4 #17 (thinking she deserves to marry T'Challa instead of Storm, fought Storm, humiliated by her)

Prism
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Assassin
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Marauders
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Crystalline body could reflect various forms of energy back toward their sources. His body could also give off blinding light
Cause Of Death: Smashed into a wall by Marvel Girl
List Of Appearances:
X-Factor #10 (alongside other Marauders attacked the Morlocks, killed by Marvel Girl)
Final Appearance: X-Factor #10

Pro-Rata
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Sorcerer
Other Aliases: The Mad Financial Wizard
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Unnamed ancestors
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Manipulation of magical energies
Powers: Pro-Rata could cast various spells, though unlike most wizards he used mathematical techniques.
Cause of Death: Fell off his tower into a polluted river that had caught fire.
First Appearance: Howard the Duck Vol.1 #1
List of Appearances:
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #1 (Tried to use Howard the Duck to get the key to the Cosmic Calculator, which would make him all powerful. He was defeated by Howard and Spider-Man and fell to his death.)
Final Appearance: Howard the Duck Vol.1 #1

Proctor
See: Appendix, Other Dimensions, Proctor

Proctor, Mr.
Real Name: Proctor (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Retired
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Rebecca Proctor (wife), unnamed child, unnamed child-in-law, Scott (grandson), Kim (granddaughter), George Barnes (father-in-law, deceased), Winnifred Barnes (mother-in-law, deceased), James Buchannan Barnes (brother-in-law, aka Bucky I, deceased)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel Holiday Special #1
History: A few years after the deaths of her parents Rebecca met and fell in love with Mr. Proctor, whom she married and the two of them had a child (see: Proctor, Rebecca). Nowadays they also have two grandchildren (see: Kim; Scott)
List Of Appearances;
Marvel Holiday Special #1 (met Captain America I)

Proctor, Rebecca
Real Name: Rebecca Proctor
Occupation: Retired
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Shelbyville, Indiana
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: George Barnes (father, deceased), Winnifred Barnes (mother, deceased), James Buchannan Barnes (younger brother, aka Bucky I, deceased), Ida (aunt, presumed deceased), Mr. Proctor (husband), unnamed child, unnamed child-in-law, Scott (grandson), Kim (granddaughter)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel Holiday Special #1
History: Rebecca was the older sister of James Barnes, who became the WW II superhero known as Bucky (see: Bucky I). After the death of their parents, Rebecca went to live with their aunt, while her brother joined the army. Rebecca never saw her brother again. She later married and got a child, nowadays she also have two grandchildren (see: Kim; Proctor, Mr.; Scott)
List Of Appearances;
Marvel Holiday Special #1 (mets Steve Rogers, tells him about her brother James Buchannan Barnes, whom she haven't heard from since WW II. Steve shocked to learn that his former partner Bucky, actually had any living relatives, puts on his Captain America uniform and goes to Rebecca's home, telling her about the faith of her brother)
Captain America Vol.3 #48 (America Lost. Participated in the ceremony for her late brother James "Bucky" Barnes, alongside Captain America, Nick Fury and some other SHIELD Agents)

Procyonites
See: Appendix, Alien Races, Procyonites

Prodigy II
See: Spider-Man I

Prodigy III
Real Name: Richard "Ritchie" Gilmore
Occupation: Student, adventurer
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: "Nanna" (grandmother)
Group Affiliation: Slingers
Source Of Powers: None; wears strength-enhancing armor
Powers: (in armor) allows him to leap large distances
First Appearance: Slingers #0
List Of Appearances:
Slingers #0 (on first night out, witnessed Dusk III's suicide)
Slingers #1 (with Ricochet III, stopped de-railed train; met with Black Marvel)
Slingers #2 (sent Hornet III and Ricochet to investigate Grand Royale Hotel; abandoned them after being discovered by Jimmy Eyes)
Slingers #3 (with Black Marvel, prepared for mission to Grand Royale Hotel)
Slingers #4 (confronted by Ricochet and Hornet; nearly killed Ricochet)
Slingers #5 (learnt Black Marvel's true motivations, gave Hornet his cape to shield a victim of the fire, apparently sacrificed himself saving people from fire at Garnd Royale Hotel)
Slingers #6 (origin depicted; revealed to have survived fire)
Slingers #7 (returned home)
Slingers #8 (while battling criminals, nearly killed a by-stander)
Slingers #9 (had Ricochet lead him to his missing cape)
Slingers #10 (revealed to other Slingers that he was alive; defeated by animated billboard characters and brought to Mephisto's realm)
Slingers #11 (with aid of Ricochet, overcame torment by Mephisto)
Slingers #12 (abandoned Prodigy costume to save Black Marvel's soul)
New Warriors Vol.2 #1 (laughts at the invitation to join New Warriors)

Prodigy IV
Real Name: David Alleyne
Occupation: Student
Other Aliases: Prodigy
Place of Birth: presumed in Chicago
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Dorothy Alleyne (mother), Mr. Alleyne (father), Kim Alleyne (younger sister)
Group Affiliation: New Mutants II
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance (as David Alleyne): New Mutants Vol.3 #4
First Appearamce (as Prodigy): New X-Men: Academy X #2
History:
List of Appearances:
New Mutants Vol.3 #4 (trying to live a normal life in Chicago, seemingly highly intelligent, taking cources at Chicago University, while only a high school student. Introduced to Karma and Moonstar, who tells him that he is a mutant, after they saves him from attackers, decides to go with them to Xavier's school)
New Mutants Vol.3 #5 (goes with the rest of the new mutants to New York to look for a new mutant)
New Mutants Vol.3 #6
New Mutants Vol.3 #7
New Mutants Vol.3 #8
New Mutants Vol.3 #9
New Mutants Vol.3 #10
New Mutants Vol.3 #11
New Mutants Vol.3 #12
New Mutants Vol.3 #13
New X-Men: Acxademy X #1
New X-Men: Acxademy X #2 (given codename, and officially made part of Moonstar's New Mutants team)
New X-Men: Acxademy X #3
New X-Men: Acxademy X #4

Professor Power
Real Name: Anthony Power
Occupation: Head of subversive organisation, former historian, teacher, adviser to the president of USA
Other Aliases: The Professor, Number One
Place Of Birth: Norfolk, Virginia
Marital Status: Widowed
Known Relatives: Maxine Power (wife, deceased), Matthew Power (son, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Former leader of own unnamed army of right-wing extremists, Secret Empire III
Source Of Powers: None, got a battlesuit
Powers: Gifted (in armor): Superhuman strenght, flight and the ability to fire electron-beams
First Appearance: Marvel Team-Up Vol.1 #117
List Of Appearances;
Marvel Team-Up Vol.1 #117-118
Captain America Vol.1 #264
Defenders #102, 104
Captain America Vol.1 #268
Defenders #106
Marvel Team-Up Vol.1 #124
Defenders #123, 125-130 (Secret Empire)
Captain America Vol.1 #338 (seemingly killed)
Spectacular Spider-Man #197-199 (resurrected, fought Spider-Man and X-Factor)

Professor X
Real Name: Charles Francis Xavier
Occupation: Mutant rights activist, geneticist, teacher, former soldier, adventurer
Other Aliases: Foermerly Onslaught, M-13
Place Of Birth: New York City
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Brian Xavier (father, deceased), Sharon Xavier Marko (mother), Cassandra Nova (twinsister), David Charles Haller (son, aka Legion), Kurt Marko (step-father, deceased), Cain Marko (step-brother, aka Juggernaut)
Group Affiliation: Former Leader of X-Men, Cadre K., The Twelve, Starjammers, New Mutants, US Army
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Genius. Leading authority on genetics, mutation and psionic powers, considerable expertise in other life sciences. Vast psionic powers (like telepathy, mental illusions, temporary mental or physical paralysis of others, projection of "mental bolts" to render a victim unconscious, astral projection and able to sense other mutants within a small radius). Special limitation is that Professor X is bound to a wheelchair.
First Appearance: "Uncanny" X-Men #1
List Of Appearances;
"Uncanny" X-Men #1 (completed recruiting of original X-Men)
Avengers Vol.1 #3
"Uncanny" X-Men #20
(revealed how he was crippled)
Amazing Spider-Man Annual 1 (Cameo. Tells the X-Men to ignore Human Torch’s message to Spider-Man because it does not concern them.)
Giant-Size X-Men 1 (recruited new X-Men)
"Uncanny" X-Men #105 (met Lilandra)
"Uncanny" X-Men #117 (decided to leave earth with Lilandra)
"Uncanny" X-Men #129 (returned to earth)
"Uncanny" X-Men #136-137 (with X-Men fought Dark Phoenix)
Uncanny X-Men #161 (flashback to first meeting with Gabrielle Haller and Magneto)
Marvel Graphic Novel 4 (founded New Mutants)
Uncanny X-Men #167 (transformed into Brood alien, consciousness transformed into cloned body capable of walking)
X-Men and the Micronauts #1 (While testing Sunspot, is attacked by Baron Karza. Finds out from Bioship that they tracked the Entity causing trouble in the Microverse to him personally. Stays behind while the X-Men go to the Microverse to help.)
X-Men and the Micronauts #2 (Sleeps on Earth while the Entity takes his form and forces theMicronauts to fight the X-Men in the Microverse.)
X-Men and the Micronauts #3 (Can’t wake up from his sleep until Dani comes into contact with him and he can use her power to get to the astral plane. Fights the Entity there and is defeated.)
X-Men and the Micronauts #4 (Trapped in the Entity’s body, which is dying, meets with the X-Men and Micronauts and returns to Earth. Mentally confronts the Entity in his body and threatens to kill himself to destroy the Entity, forcing the Entity to return to the dying body.)
Uncanny X-Men #200 (taken from Earth once more, leaving the leadership of New Mutants and X-Men to Magneto)
X-Factor #4 (flashback)
Damage Control #4 (In flashback, gets repairs by Damage Control, but after they find out about the X-teams there he makes them forget their visit.)
Uncanny X-Men #276-277 (reunited with X-Men)
Uncanny X-Men #278 (returned to earth once more)
Uncanny X-Men #279
X-Factor #69
Uncanny X-Men #280
X-Factor #70
Uncanny X-Men #328 (decided to quit trying to reform Sabretooth)
Uncanny X-Men #330
Uncanny X-Men #333
New X-Men #114
New X-Men #115
New X-Men #116 (learns that Magneto is believed killed in the assault on Genosha. Latere on national television, reveals to the world that he is a mutant)
New X-Men #117 (revealed that body has been taken over by Cassandra)
New X-Men #121 (mind only, revealed to be in Cassandra's body, while Cassandra has taken over his body)
New X-Men #122 (revealed to be dying in Cassandra's body)
X-Force #117
(In flashback designs a suit to help the Orphan control his powers.)
Uncanny X-Men #419
Mystique #14
Uncanny X-Men #443
Excalibur Vol.2 #1 (went to Genosha, discovers that his old friend and enemy Magneto is treally alive in the small couhntry, and have been replaced for some time by the person whom the world though was Xorn at first then Magneto, but turned out to be an imposter)
Excalibur Vol.2 #2
Excalibur Vol.2 #3
Excalibur Vol.2 #4
Uncanny X-Men #475 (The Rise And Fall Of The Sh'Ar Empire Part I: In Egypt, Lorna is saved by the X-Men. Professor X wants to take Polaris on a mission with the X-Men in space to save Vulcan. Argues with Scott Summers, who doesn't trust his former teacher)
Uncanny X-Men #476 (The Rise And Fall Of The Sh'Ar Empire Part II)
Uncanny X-Men #477
(The Rise And Fall Of The Sh'Ar Empire Part III)

Professor X (imposter)
See: Changeling

Project: Pegasus
See: Appendix: M.U Companies: Project: Pegasus

Protector I
Real Name: Gerald Marsh
Occupation: Jeweler, thief, racketeer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Tales To Astonish #37
List of Appearances:
Tales To Astonish #37 (began protection racket in New York, got the attention of Ant-Man; robbed jewelry store run by Henry Pym, followed to base by Ant-Man, defeated and unmasked by him)

Proteus II
Real Name: Kevin MacTaggart
Occupation: Inapplicable
Other Aliases: Mutant X
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Moira MacTaggart (mother, deceased), Joseph MacTaggart (father, deceased), Lord Kinross (maternal grandfather)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Possessed vast psionic abilities to manipulate and later reality. He existed in a state of pure psionic energy and could take possession of human bodies that his energies eventually "burned" out killing them (including his own original body) also possessed telepathic abilities
Cause Of Death: (first death) Disruption by Colossus' organic steel form (second death) Committed suiside
First Appearance (voice only): "Uncanny" X-Men #119
List Of Appearances;
"Uncanny" X-Men #119 (took over body of Angus MacWhirther)
"Uncanny" X-Men #125-128 (took possession and killed duplicate body of Madrox, took over and killed Ferdie Duncan, unnamed policeman and Jennie Banks, fought X-Men, took possession of father's body, destroyed by Colossus)
Classic X-Men #32 (Mother decided not to clone Kevin from his corpse)
Uncanny X-Men Annual 15 (ressurrected by Piecemeal I, merged with Piecemael I)
X-Factor Annual 6 (fought X-Men, X-Factor, X-Force and New Warriors commited suiside)
Final Appearance: X-Factor Annual 6

Proudhawk, Emmett
See: Appendix, New Universe, Proudhawk, Emmett

Prowler I
Real Name: Hobie Brown
Occupation: Construction worker, part-time inventor, adventurer
Other Aliases: Spider-Man (imposter)
Place Of Birth: The Bronx, New York City
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Abraham Brown (older brother, one of the sons of the tiger), Mindy S. McPherson (wife)
Group Affiliation: The Outlaws
Source Of Powers: None
Abilities: Above normal intelligence, skilled hand-to-hand combatant, uses weapons like gas cartridge bracelets and anklets capable of propelling projectiles at high velocity. Can use claw gloves to climb up buildings and can use cape to glide at a limited range.
First Appearance (as Prowler): Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #78
First Appearance (as Spider-Man imposter):Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #87
List Of Appearances;
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #78 (fought Spider-Man, whom persuaded Hobie out of a life of crime)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #87 (impersonated Spider-Man)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #93 (tried to bring Spider-Man to justice for the death of George Stacy)
Deadly Hands Of Kung-Fu #21 (attempted to bring White Tiger I to justice)
Spectacular Spider-Man #47-48 (costume stolen by cat-buglar who became Prowler II)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #305
Web Of Spider-Man #50 (with Outlaws)
Spectacular Spider-Man Annual 9 (fought Justine Hammer's mercenaries)
Spectacular Spider-Man Annual 10 (fought brother)
Spectacular Spider-Man #169-170 (joined Spider-Man and The Outlaws against the Avengers and Space Phantom)
Excalibur #35 (with Outlaws)
Amazing Spider-Man Annual 25 (with Outlaws)
Spectacular Spider-Man Annual 11 (with Outlaws)
Web Of Spider-Man Annual 7 (with Outlaws)
Prowler #1-4
Sensationel Spider-Man #16-18
Sensationel Spider-Man #26-28

Prowler II
See: Cat Buglar

Pruitt, Harold
Real Name: Harold Pruitt
Occupation: Unemployed
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
History:
List of Appearances:
Sleepwalker Holiday Special #1 (Finds a magic credit card possessed by the genie, Mr. Jyn. Uses his wished to get revenge on people who wronged him. Sees the damage he has caused and forsakes his deal with Jyn.)

Pryde, Carmen
Real Name: Carmen Pryde
Occupation: ?
Other Aliases: ?
Place Of Birth: ?
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: Samuel Prydeman (father, deceased), Theresa Pryde (ex-wife), Katherine "Kitty" Pryde (daughter, aka Shadowcat)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
Cause of Death: One of the many victims of the Sentinels attack on Genosha
First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men #129
List Of Appearances;
Uncanny X-Men #129
Final Appearance:

Pryde, "Kitty"
See: Shadowcat

Pryde, Theresa
Real Name: Theresa "Terri" Pryde
Occupation: ?
Other Aliases: ?
Place Of Birth: ?
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: Carmen Pryde (ex-husband, deceased), Katherine "Kitty" Pryde (daughter, aka Shadowcat)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: "Uncanny" X-Men #129
List Of Appearances;
"Uncanny" X-Men #129

Pryor, Madelyne
Real Name: Madelyne Pryor
Occupation: Former pilot North Star Airways
Other Aliases: Madelyne Pryor-Summers, Anodyne, Goblyn Queen
Place Of Creation: A laboratory of Mr. Sinister in an unrevealed location
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Scott Summers (husband, aka Cyclops), Christopher Nathan Summers (son), Christopher Summers (father-in-law), Katherine Ann Summers (mother-in-law, deceased), Alexander Summers (brother-in-law, aka Havok)
Group Affiliation: Ally of X-Men, later ally of N'Astirh
Source Of Powers: Madelyne Pryor was a clone of Jean Grey
Powers (as Anodyne): could recreate flames of an unknown form of energy that could heal any physical or mental injuries or ailments, or transform a person's mind or body so as to eliminate its defects. (as Goblyn Queen): possessed enormous psionic abilities to manipulate and generate energy, enabling her to fly, create powerful concussive force blasts, and to shield herself within force fields, among other faats
Cause of Death: Died when unleashing a massive force of energy in order to destroy both herself and her opponents
First Appearance (as Madelyne Pryor): Uncanny X-Men #168
First Appearance (as Madelyne Pryor-Summers): Uncanny X-Men #175
First Appearance (as Goblyn Queen):
List Of Appearances:
Uncanny X-Men #168
Uncanny X-Men #175 (married Scott Summers)
X-Factor #1
X-Factor #13 (flashback)
X-Factor #27 (seen on tv)
X-Factor #37 (Inferno; as Goblyn Queen, with N'Astirh fought X-Factor)
X-Factor #38 (Inferno; final battle with Marvel Girl, dies when unleashing a massive force of energy in order to destroy both herself and her opponents)
Final Appearance: X-Factor #38

PSI-Borg
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: SHIELD agent. working as a double agent for the terror organization Hydra
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed location in Latveria
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: SHIELD Super Agents, but as a double agent for Hydra
Source Of Powers: Unrevealed
Powers: Had the ability to sent or receive thoughts into the minds of others
Cause Of Death: Killed during fight with Nina, when Nina overpowered PSI-Borg blowing her brain out
First Appearance: Nick Fury, Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #33
History: ?
List Of Appearances;
Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #33 (revealed as one of G.W Bridge's new Super-agents, with Super-agents, fights Nick Fury)
Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #34 (fights Maddog's team of supercriminals)
Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #40 (with The super-agents frees Nick Fury from his captures the National Security Council, Nick and the Super-agents is sent into action, and defeats some common criminals, before discovering Crossfire is behind the criminals)
Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #44 (aboard SHIELD's helicarrier, in the shadows with the two other super-agents, attacked and killed the fourth super-agent Ivory by cutting her throat, interrogated by Al MacKenzie about the death of Ivory)
Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #45 (revealed to be a double-agent for Hydra, killed in combat with Nina)
Final Appearance: Nick Fury, Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #45

Psi-Force
See: Appendix, New Universe, Psi-Force

PSI-Wolf
Real Name: Nikolai Vonya
Occupation: Criminal, terrorist
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed location in U.S.S.R (now Russia)
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Anatoly Vonya (brother, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Leader of Peristrike Force
Source Of Powers:
Powers: Has the ability to control others minds
First Appearance: Darkhawk #17
List Of Appearances:
Darkhawk #17 (revealed as the leader of the Peristrike Force)
Darkhawk #18 (alongside Peristrike Force, tried to take his borther Anatoly back to the Sovietunion, defeated by Darkhawk)

Psycatos
Real Name: Psycatos
Occupation: Rebel
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Lemuria
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Bekkit (brother, deceased), Aurwel (brother, deceased), unnamed wife (deceased), unnamed sister-in-law (deceased)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Member of the Lemurian race
Powers/Abilities: Able to breathe underwater; telepathy
Cause of Death: Committed suicide
First Appearance: Daredevil Annual 5
List of Appearances:
Daredevil Annual 5 (with Bekkit, captured the Serpent Crown, disguised it as the Helmet of Power; over time, became corrupted by the Helmet, donned it, killed Bekkit; disgusted with himself, destroyed his home, committing suicide)
Final Appearance: Daredevil Annual 5

Psyche I
See: Moonstar

Psyche II
See: Pyskos

Psycho-K
See: Appendix, Futures, 2099, Psycho-K

Psycho-Man
See: Appendix, Other Dimensions: Microverse, Psycho-Man

Psyclone
See: Appendix, Futures, 2099, Psyclone

Psyklop
Real Name: Psyklop
Occupation: Would-be conqueror, servant of the "dark gods"
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed, presumably somewhere on prehistoric Earth
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Member of an extinct race of unnamed insectoid beings
Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, durability, agility and reflexes; Hypnotic gaze
First Appearance: Avengers Vol.1 #88
List Of Appearances:
Avengers Vol.1 #88 (organized voodoo cult near New Orleans through surrogates, captured the Hulk for study, battled the Avengers and the Falcon, accidentally sent the Hulk to the micro- world of K'ai)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #140 (retrieved the Hulk from K'ai, battled the Hulk, exiled to K'ai by the "dark gods")
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #202-203 (caused earthquakes in attempt to conquer K'ai, imprisoned
life-forces of quake victims as sacrifice to "dark gods", battled the Hulk and Jarella, seemingly destroyed by released life-forces of victims)

Psylocke
Real Name: Elizabeth "Betsy" Braddock, "Jr."
Occupation: Adventurer
Other Aliases: Captain Britain II, Lady Mandarin
Place Of Birth: Braddock Manor, England
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: James Braddock Sr. (father, deceased), Elizabeth Braddock (mother, deceased),  James "Jaime" Braddock Jr. (brother), Brian Braddock (twinbrother, aka Captain Britain I) Meggan (sister-in-law)
Group Affiliation: X-Men, former member of STRIKE and RCX
Source Of Powers: Genetic heritage from her father who was a denizen of Otherworld, an extradimensional realm
Powers (as Psylocke): Telepathy, able to read minds, stun opponents with mental bolts, control minds of others, create illusions, can focus mental power into "psychic knife" which can kill or stun adversaries laely the telepathy has converted to telekinetic. Can create a sword made
out of telekinetic energy. (as Captain Britain): Superhuman strenght, stamina, agility and reflexes, besides supersonic speed
Cause of Death:
First Appearance: Captain Britain Vol.1 #8
History: "Betsy" is the daughter of James and Elizabeth Braddock, Sr. "Betsy" and her twinbrother Brian both inherited genes from their father, and after the death of the parents the brother became Captain Britain (see: Captain Britain I), while "Betsy joined the law enforcement agency S.T.R.I.K.E.
After the government agency R.C.X tried to recruit Brian Braddock as a special agent, but refused and gave up the role of Captain Britain, "Betsy" was contacted and asked to take on the role as Captain Britain. "Betsy" accepted and became the new Captain Britain, and was trained as a crimefighter by the otherdimensional hero known as Captain UK (see: Appendix, Other Dimensions, Captain UK).
Finally, "Betsy" launched her solo career as Captain Britain, and stayed on as Captain Britain for a period of 5 month until the time when she went into battle with Vixen and Slaymaster (see: Slaymaster; Vixen)
In the fight Slaymaster nearly beat "Betsy" to blindness "Betsy" and almost killed her. But "Betsy" managed to contact her brother telepathically, and Brian rushed to save his sister, fighting and killing Slaymaster. Brian then resumed the role as Captain Britain.
After the fight, "Betsy" went to Switzerland to try to recuperate. While she was there she was made a prisoner of Mojo (see: Mojo). Mojo took control of "Betsy" and gave her artificial eyes, thereby restoring her sight.
"Betsy" was rescued by the New Mutants, and chose to remain at Professor X's mansion (see: New Mutants; Professor X).
After "Betsy" fought and defeated Sabretooth who had attacked the mansion, "Betsy" joined X-Men as the newest member (see: Sabretooth;X-Men), she has remained a member of the team and currently dating teammember Warren K. Worthington III (see: Angel II). At one point Betsy and an oriental woman Ranche made a half-way mind switch. When Ranche died from the legacy virus (In Psylockes' original body.), Psylockes other half of her mind returned to her.
List Of Appearances:
Captain Britain Vol.2 #5-6 (attacked by Kaptain Briton, killed him)
Captain Britain Vol.2 #12-13 (became Captain Britain II under Captain UK's training; beaten and blinded by Slaymaster, ending her role as Captain Britain II)
New Mutants Annual 2 (captured and mentally enslaved by Mojo, given her bionic eyes by him, returned to Earth and regained her free will, remained at Xavier's Mansion)
Uncanny X-Men #213 (first battled Sabretooth, joined X-Men)
X-Men Vs. Avengers #4
Uncanny X-Men #227
(died to defeat Adversary, resurrected by Roma)
X-Factor #38 (Inferno; with X-Factor and X-Men fought Goblyn Queen and her demons)
X-Factor #39 (Inferno)
Uncanny X-Men #256-258 (captured by Matsuo Tsurayaba's Hand, brainwashed by the Mandarin and Tsurayaba into becoming Lady Mandarin, battled Wolverine, regained true personality and fought Mandarin)
X-Men #1-3 (battled Magneto and Acolytes)
X-Men #7 (battled Fenris, Omega Red)
Marvel Comics Presents #21 (flashback)
Excalibur #55-56 (revisited brother Captain Britain, battled Jaime Braddock and Sat-yr9)
Uncanny X-Men #328 (attacked and critically wounded by Sabretooth)
Uncanny X-Men #329 (fighting for her life in a hospital bed)
Uncanny X-Men #330 (fighting for her life in a hospital bed), saved by Wolverine, Archangel, Doctor Strange and Gomurr the Ancient)
Uncanny X-Men #333
Uncanny X-Men #338
X-Treme X-Men #4 (killed)
X-Treme X-Men #10 (mentioned only)
Final Appearance: X-Treme X-Men #4

Puck I
Real Name: Eugene Milton Judd
Occupation: Professional adventurer, former soldier of fortune, intelligence agent, bouncer
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place Of Birth: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Zuzha Yu (daughter, aka Puck III)
Group Affiliation: Former member of Gamma Flight, Beta Flight, Alpha Flight
Source Of Powers: Genetic manipulation of cellure strucktur
Powers: Superhuman: strenght, speed, durability, agility, reflexes and endurance. Has a demon inside him which is the reason that he is small and has a far longer life-span then a normal human. Puck is in constant pain thanks to the demon.
First Appearance: Alpha Flight Vol.1 #1
List Of Appearances;
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #1-2
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #5
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #12-16
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #24
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #28-29
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #32-33
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #39
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #50
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #59-60
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #87-90
Domino #1
Domino #3
Alpha Flight Vol.3 #6 (the "new" Alpha Flight members discovers the "old" members are alive. The old members leaves Earth to help the Plodex rebuild their new society, while the "new" team begins their mission as the newest Canadian superhero team)

Puck III
Real Name: Zuzha Yu
Occupation: Professional adventurer, tavern owner/bartender/bouncer
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Eugene Milton Judd (father, aka Puck I), unnamed mother
Group Affiliation: Alpha Flight
Source Of Powers: 
Powers: 
Cause of Death: Killed in battle with The Collective
First Appearance: Alpha Flight Vol.3 #1
History:
List of Appearances:
Alpha Flight Vol.3 #1
Alpha Flight Vol.3 #2
Alpha Flight Vol.3 #3 (Walter Langkowski informs his new team about the history of the Plodex)
Alpha Flight Vol.3 #4
Alpha Flight Vol.3 #5
Alpha Flight Vol.3 #6 (the "new" Alpha Flight members discovers the "old" members are alive. The old members leaves Earth to help the Plodex rebuild their new society, while the "new" team begins their mission as the newest Canadian superhero team)

Alpha Flight Vol.3 #7
Alpha Flight Vol.3 #8
Alpha Flight Vol.3 #9
Alpha Flight Vol.3 #10
Alpha Flight Vol.3 #11
Alpha Flight Vol.3 #12
New Avengers #??
(alongside Alpha Flight fought The Collective, seemingly killed in battle)
Civil War: The Iniative #1 (seen on TV-screen at time of battle with The Collective)
Final Appearance: New Avengers #??

Puentes
Real Name: Puentes (full name unrevealed)
Occupation: Street-gang member
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Member of local street gang
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Good hand-to-hand fighter, uses clubs as weapons
First Appearance: Solo Avengers #8
History: Puentes was a member of a local L.A street gang, who tries to scare Francesi a well-known man in the criminal underworld (see: Francesi)
List of Appearances:
Solo Avengers #8 (alongside his gang members, comes to threaten Francesi. Francesi saved by Hawkeye who pulls off the mask of Puentes, revealing his identity to Francesi. Later Puentes is captured by Francesi and his gang, and taken to back to the flowers store, where he isa freed by Hawkeye, Mockingbird and Blind Justice)

Puentes, Donna Maria
Real Name: Donna Maria Puentes
Occupation: Secretary, former rebel
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Rio de Muerte
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Hector Santiago (cousin, aka the Swine, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Former member of the Avengers support crew
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #206
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #206-208 (first met Captain America, aided him against her cousin, the Swine)
Captain America Vol.1 #209-212 (with Captain America, fought Arnim Zola)
Captain America Vol.1 #404-405 (hired as Avengers' secretary, met Diamondback)
Captain America Vol.1 #409 (brushed off Zach Moonhunter)
Quasar #41 (alerted the Avengers to the Blue Marvel)

Puerto Dulcer
See: Appendix, Marvel Countries, Puerto Dulcer

Puff Adder
Real Name: Gordon "Gordo" Fraley
Occupation: Professional criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Atlanta, Georgia
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Serpent Society. Former member of Serpent Squad IV
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Superhuman strength, enhanced stamina and durability, besides the ability to cause the epidermis pf his entire body to engorge with blood and thus puff up to make him appear larger and more menacing
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #337
List Of Appearances;
Captain America Vol.1 #337-338 (with Serpent Squad IV, joined Serpent Society)
Captain America Vol.1 #341-342 (sided with Viper II in Serpent Society coup)
Captain America Vol.1 #355
Captain America Vol.1 #380-382 ("Trial of Diamondback")
Captain America Vol.1 #385-387
Deathlok Vol.3 #7 (fought Deathlok III)
Captain America Vol.4 #30 (with Asp II fought Diamondback and Captain America)

Puma
Real Name: Thomas Fireheart
Occupation: CEO of Fireheart Enterprises, mercenary
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: American Indian reservation near Hartsdale, New Mexico
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Unnamed uncle
Group Affiliation: Former member of the Outlaws, former agent of the Rose I
Source Of Powers: Combination of genetic engineering and mysticism
Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, durability, agility and reflexes; heightened sense
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #256
List Of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #256 (Fireheart is out hunting as his other self Puma. When he returns to the helicopter he listens to Jenna's message from The Rose, and decides to return home. Later The Rose is having a meeting with Thomas Fireheart, telling him to hunt him down. Fireheart accepts the mission. Later he gets the sense of Spider-Man and attacks him, Spider-Man's arm is badly hurt in the fight)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #257 (is about to kill Spider-Man, when Black Cat joins the fight. By using her "bad luck" powers she manages to break the roof below Puma, making him drop down the roof, while Spider-Man and Black Cat gets away. Later at a hotel room in town, Thomas Fireheart calls Jenna to get an update. Later comes crashing through the window at Peter Parker's apartment, the two of them begins to fight inside the apartment, while MJ tries to get in through the locked door. They takes the fight outside. The fight between Spider-Man and Puma continues, they crashed through a window to a gym, but no one is harmed, when Puma throws a large machine at Spider-Man it crashed through the wall, and drops from great height. Spider-Man uses his web to prevent the machine from hurting people down on the street. Deciding that Spider-Man is a courageous foe, and deserves a better death, he lets him go, to return at a later time when Spider-Man has regained full strength. Later at his hotel room, Puma is visited by Johnston and Varley who tells Puma that the Spider-Man mission is off)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #258 (Thomas Fireheart returns to Fireheart Enteprises and have a short conversation with Jenna, orders to get all the info she can get on Spider-Man)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #273 (confronted the Beyonder in New York; the Beyonder simply transported him to downtown Tokyo)
Spectacular Spider-Man #111 (enraged at death of Master Muramoto as the inadvertent result of the Beyonder's actions, the Puma reached a state of "harmonious enlightenment with the universe" and was imbued with immeasureable power; doubting his own senses, Puma lost the mystical power)
Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #7 (to repay his debt of honor during the Beyonder affair, Fireheart offered Peter Parker a job with his company while the latter was in France on his honeymoon; Parker refused)
Web of Spider-Man #50 (attempted to vindicate Spider-Man of a crime; first encountered Silver Sable and the Outlaws)
Spectacular Spider-Man #154 (battled Spider-Man in New York)
Spectacular Spider-Man #156 (purchased the Daily Bugle and began a pro-Spider-man campaign in an attempt to pay off his debt of honor)
Spectacular Spider-Man #161 (almost killed in battle with Hobgoblin III, saved by Spider-Man)
Spectacular Spider-Man #169-170 (joined Spider-Man and the Outlaws against the Avengers and the Space Phantom)
Spectacular Spider-Man #171-172 (sold Daily Bugle back to J. Jonah Jameson, settled his debt of honor to Spider-Man in New Mexico)
Spectacular Spider-Man #191-193 (consumed with his Puma persona, attempted to assassinate a U.S. senator; thwarted by Spider-Man; lost all knowledge of Spider-Man's secret identity through a magical spell cast by the Black Crow)
Marvel Comics Presents #44
Amazing Vol.1 #395
Spectacular Spider-Man #218

Punisher I
Real Name: None
Occupation: Robot
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Creation:
Creator:
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Frightful Four
Source Of Powers: Robotic components
Powers: Superhuman strength
First Appearance: Fantastic Four Vol.1 #49
History:
List Of Appearances:
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #49 (used by Galactus)
Fantastic Four Vol.3 #29 (as member of Frightful Four, fought Fantastic Four)

Punisher II
Real Name: Frank Castiglione
Occupation: Vigilante, former Special Forces instructor, U. S. Marine
Other Aliases: Frank Castle, Bill Messina, Arnold Groetsch of Fordem Industries, Special Agent Peterson of F.B.I., Frank Loomis, Joe Rainey, McRook, Tony Knowlen Ross, John Smith, Johnny Tower (alias used as a member of the Carbone Mob Family), Big Nothing, Major Bateman, Ted Bishop, Cliff Callador, Castigo, Chaloner, Fred D'Amato, Eastman, Charles Fort, Melchior, Frank Rook, Richard Rook, Francis Stronghold, Dmitri Velikoff, Frankie Villa, Yousoufian, numerous others
Place Of Birth: Queens, New York City
Marital Status: Widowed
Known Relatives: Mario Lorenzo Castiglione (father, deceased), Louisa Castiglione (mother, deceased) Maria Elizabeth Castiglione (wife, deceased), Frank David Mickey Castiglione (son, deceased), Lisa Barbara Donna Castiglione (daughter, deceased), Roscoe Castiglione (paternal uncle, deceased), Fredo Castiglione (paternal uncle, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Former Green Berets, U. S. Marine Corps, former member of the Geraci Mob Family, Carbone Mob Family (undercover), the Marvel Knights,
Source Of Powers: None. Once had a mystical healing factor, mystical guns that came out of his coat like magic, and had some kind of 6th sense. The powers came from his guardian angel who screwed up big time when Frank's family was killed.
Powers/Abilities: US Marine training in hand-to-hand combat, martial arts, marksmanship, weaponry
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #129
List Of Appearances;
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #129
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #134-135
Giant-Size Spider-Man #5
Marvel Preview #2 (origin)
Marvel Super Action #1
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #161-162
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #174-175
Captain America Vol.1 #241
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #201-202
Amazing Spider-Man Annual 15
Daredevil Vol.1 #182-184
Spectacular Spider-Man #81-83
Punisher Vol.1 #1-5
Strange Tales Vol.3 #13-14
Spectacular Spider-Man #140-143
Punisher Vol.2 #1 (takes down a "Rockhouse" in Lasalle St. in New York City, killing five of the drugdealer. The last one he questions. After learning what he needs to know, he turns his back on him, who tries to shot Punisher in the back, but Punisher throws his knife at him killing him. He decides to go for Wilfrid next. He goes there pretending to be Bill Messina. He tells Wilfrid that it was Chris Hoyle who attacked his "Rockhouse" the other. Wilfrid don't believe him, and his men is ordered to torture him. Frank manages to free himself and kills the tortures Damasco and Hector Gomez. Wilfrid tries to escape but is also gunned down. After Wilfrid has been taken down, Punisher uses Wilfrid's phone numbers to try to get to te next level in the drug affair. He makes contact with "The General" who turns out to be the leader. Punisher tells him that he wants in on the operation, taking over Wilfrid's Nerw York distribution. The General tells him that he will send a man, and the next day Chris Hoyle arrives. In flashback meets Bruce Ayers in Washington, learns that an old army buddy of their Chris Hoyle is a part of a "Rockhouse" drug deal operation. Later Frank learns that Ayers has died, alleged from a suicide, but Castle knows Hoyle has something to do with it)
Punisher Vol.2 #2 (Chris Hoyle and Frank Castle flies to Bolivia in South America. There they meet with "The General" the mastermind of the "Rockhouse operation". Castle recognizes "The General" as Buktir Van Tranh of the South Vietnamese Army. In order to test Castle's loyalty. Tranh orders him to kill a bolivian drug enforcement agents Valencia. But instead of killing the DEA, Castle shoots down Tranh's man Fernando, blowing his cover. And begins to take down Tranh and his men. Hoyle tries to shoot Castle from a helicopter. But Castle manages to get onboard the helicopter. And manages to overpower Hoyle and drops him from great height. Using the helicopter he returns to Tranh's base, and begins to destroy it. He sees Tranh kill Valencia by blowing off his head, and aftwer having taken down the rest of Tranh's men, he is about to find Tranh, but Tranh surprises him by coming up on him from behind. Tranh is about to shoot Castle, but Castle manages to overpower Tranh and shots him in the head, thereby ending the "Rockhouse Operation")
Punisher Vol.2 #3 (arrives in Marion, Missouri. Claiming to be Mr. Groetsch, wainting to buy a small house. Visits Mr. Blandings a real estate seller in town. Sees a group of bank robbers robbing a bank, tries to capture them. Tells the police that he is special agent Peterson to try to get the cops out of his face. Discovers that the New Revolution Army is runned by Colonel Joseph Fryer. Decides to go to Sherrill, Kansas to meet Fryer, claimimg to be Arnold Groetsch, wanting to buy a property for Fordem Industries. Taken to the property. Joseph tells "Arnold" that he believes the jews are the problem in USA. When Joseph tells him about the New American Revolution. Arnold reveas himself as Punisher. But Joseph has some of his men watching, and they points their guns at him. Punisher throws some rattlesnakes at one of the criminals, and kicks the other one in the head, shooting him in the legs, and then goes after Fryer. He fights Fryer, and in the end manages to burn him to death)
Punisher Vol.2 #4 (comes to New Jersey to meet with Microchip, introduced to Microchip's son. Later meets with Martin, his "supply sergeant". Sits in a car, when suddenly Martin is gunned down. Punisher kills the murderer and searches his pocket finding a card from The Church Of The Saved. Returns to Microchip and asks them about "The Church", send off to see Ray White. Meets Ray at Pig's Poke. Talk about "The Church" Makes a plan, the next day comes to "The Church". Ray comes with a gun, asking for The Reverend, but is "defeated" by Punisher, all part of the plan to get in to "The Church". The next day introduced to "The Reverend" calling himself Joe Rainey. The Reverend tells Punisher about "The Church" and that he would like his help against a man who is about to make a tv documentary about "The Church". Punisher acceps the "mission, and the next day he goes with Byron Gresham and Keena. With Gresham goes into the apartment, which appears to be empty. Suddenly attacked by the man who appears to be mad, shooting and killing Gresham, and wounding Punisher before he is killed by Punisher. Brought to the Reverend by Keena, and saved by Reverend. Wakes up the bnext day, and is introduced to Vickie White. Have as short conversation with Vicki, seeing she is beautiful)
Punisher Vol.2 #5 (sails to Guiana, arrives in Georgetown. Drives into the jungle circa 125 miles, to a camp where "The Church" is to be based. The Reverend ask "Joe" to kill congressman Richard Fryer when he arrives at the camp. "Joe" tells him that he isn't sure he could kill a us congressman, but The Reverend insists, and "Joe" finally agrees. He asks Vickie White to take him to to his chamber. There Vickie locks the door, "Joe" ask her about her husband, but she tells him that the marriage ended years ago, her husband just doesn't know, she begins to take off her cloth, and kisses "Joe" spending the night with him. The next day "Joe" wakes up when Keena comes in and wakes him up. The two of the drives out in the jungle, where "Joe" begins to teach Keena about weapons. Keena tells "Joe" that a Pan-Am airplane will pass shortley and they should shoot it down, "Joe" stops him, telling him that it will only cause an international crisis, and investigators will come to the camp, trying to find out what happenend. Keena agrees, and begins to tell "Joe" about his life. Byron calls them to ask the to return to the camp. On the way back Keena tells "Joe" about Sandie, The Reverend's sister. Back at the camp, "Joe" is introduces to Sandie. Sandie tells him that her brother is jealous of "the touch", Joe says "I though he already had the touch", whereto Sandie answers "oh, he does, but not like mine....". The two of them goes to a room, making out, "Joe" tells her that he is already spoken for, whereto Sandie tells him that the reverend doesn't permit monogamy, thinking it's dangerous to his socialist ideal. "Joe" ask her if they shouldn't join the party instead, and they walks out of the room. They meets with The Reverend, and Sandie ask him if they could talk privately for a moment. The Reverend leaves the party alongside Sandie and "Joe". She tells him that congressman Fryer will land in Gerogetown tomorrow or maybe thursday. The Reverend is angry that she hasn't told him earlier, but she just say "I only now just found out....", and leaves. The Reverend is mad, but decides to go back to the guests at the party. An hour later he is speaking to alot of people, suddenly a man with a knife tries to attack him, but "Joe" saves The Reverend. The attacker is revealed to be "Brother" Louis. He tells all the people that he forgives Brother Louis. And orders "Joe" to take him to "The Tool Shed" to take care of him later. "Joe" takes him to "The Tool Shed" but tells him to run through the jungle far away from the camp. Louis begins to run, but is gunned down by Byron Gresham. Byron ask "Joe" why he let Louis go, and "Joe" answers that Louis wasn't a treat to anyone. Later he meets with The Reverend and Sandie, The Reverend tells him that they must all prepare to die for the cause, a revolutionary suicide. "Joe" is surprised, but The Reverend "comforts" him, with the fact that the strong must lead the weak, and sends him to his chamber. A little later Vickie comes to "Joe"'s room, and they spend another night together.The next day Byron is stressed out, ordering the men to be ready for the coming of congressman Fryer. "Joe" comes and sees Byron about to execute alot of people, believing them to be traitors, CIA planted agents. "Joe" finally reveals his true colors shooting down Byron. He runs away from the rest of the armed men, to The Reverend's house. The Reverend has heard the gun shooting, and takes "Joe" inside only to learn that "Joe" is the treat. Sandie tries to overpower "Joe" by throwing coffee in his face, but he manages to knock her down, and get away. He manages to come outside, killing more of the armed men, and get back inside, capturing The Reverend once more, Sandie tries to knock him down again, but "Joe"'s gun goes off, hitting The Reverend in the stomach. He goes to a speaker, telling everyone in the camp, that The Reverend has died. He returns to the room, where The Reverend lies, not dead yet, he begs him to take him with him, but "Joe" refuses, and leaves The Reverend to die. Sandie and alot of the other people disappears quickly, and Vickie and her daughter is brought home to Ray White ending the threat of The Chuch Of The Saved....)
Punisher Vol.2 #6 (at the warehouse where Frank Castle is staying, a garbage truck is parket there. Punisher goes out to look at the car, discovering the bodies of atleast 3 members of the Rosetti brothers. He goes to see Microchip and his son, to learn who would take down the Rosetti Brothers. Microchip's son has manages to hack into New Jersey Jutsice department's computer and tells Punisher that the one who has most to gain by taking out the Rosetti Brothers is Harold Magasy, C.E.O of  UNISYM. Frank goes to North Patterson to a UNISYM compound. While there he overhears a conversation between Harold Magasy and "Manny". They're talking about "Manny"'s illness, "Manny" believing himself to have leukemia. Harold isn't convinced. After the conversation, Manny leaves in one of the trucks, while Punisher sneaks around the compound. Suddenly he is discovered by Harold, who threatens him with a gun. But before he can do anything, Punisher throws his knife, hitting Harold in the throat killing him instantly. One of the guards tries to kill the Punisher by shooting him, but Punisher manages to kill the man. Looking through his pocket, he finds that the guard's name was Hassan ibn Mohamet. Sneaking around the compound again, a telephone rings in Harold's office, Punisher picks up the phone, learning that it is Manny who wants him to come to the place where they are to meet Yasir. Punisher goes to the compound and tries to capture Manny and the Revolutionary Jihad. The gun-fight in interrupted when the Rosetti Brothers attacks.)
Punisher Vol.2 #7 (the Rosetti's attack continues, as well as the Punisher's. Punisher manages to take down a wall in one of the buildings at the compound. Suddenly a man comes up on him from behind, threatening him with a gun, the man is revealed as "Manny" who asks Punisher just who he is. Punisher tells him that he is after the Arabs, and "Manny" gets scarred believing Punisher to be with Mossad, letting him go. Punisher goes to Microchip trying to learn more about Manny. Punisher returns to his own warehouse where he meetws Rose Kugel. She tells him that she is an agent of Mossad, and has been working to take down the Revolutionary Jihad. She tells Punisher that she is the only Mossad agent who knows Punisher is involved in the case of Revolutionary Jihad. Later the same night the both of them goes to the UNISYM compound in North Patterson, to talk to Manny Herrera again. After having questioned Manny they learns that the Revolutionary Jihad plans to use the plutonium against Gallagher Plaza and taking down a nearby theatre as well. They rushes to the Gallagher Plaza, where Rose kills one of the guards. While Punisher takes down Yasir, Rose is captured by Ahmed. When Ahmed tries to shot down Punisher, Rose tries to gun him down. Ahmed isn't killed, but survives long enough to throw her off the crane, killing her. Punisher later learns that Rose has invaded the National Crime Council to plant her credentials. Mossad had never heard of her, and there was no record of her as an Israli citizen. Whether or not Rose really was an Israeli citizen and Mossad agent, or she was sometihng else will probably never be revealed.....)
Punisher Vol.2 #8 (in his search for the Billionaire Boys' Club, Punisher as McRook meets with his old friend Quentin O'Toole, a former top broker who now lives in the streets. Punisher takes him to a small restaurant and buys him breakfast. He ask Quentin about the whereabouts of Roky Vance. He tells him that he has seen him yesterday at 2 p.m, and that he left at 6 in the morning. Punisher is surprised that Roky Vance was there at that time, and suspects inside trading. He tells Quentin to keep his eyes out for Roky. Quentin ask McRook if he could get him a gun, because he is afraid of the Slasher, but also that he isn't sure he wants one anyway. At the New York Stock Exchange he watches Roky Vance and Sijo, and when they leave, he and Microchip, Jr. follows them in a car for two hours 'till they reach Warrick county, Connecticut before losing them. They call Microchip to get help learning where they might have gone to. While waiting for Microchip to get back to them. Junior asks Frank why he doesn't goes after the Slasher, whereto Frank tells him that it's a value judgement, he can't be everywhere at once, so he needs to make priorities. Microchip calls back and informs them that they might be at Micricorp a subsidiary of Praxdorf. They drives there. When Frank leaves the van to get a closer look at the building. Junior stays in the car. When one of Takegura's bodyguards in about to finish off Frank. Junior comes to the rescue. He tries to stun the bodyguard, but is knocked out by him. But this gives Frank the time he needs to defeat the bodyguard. He takes the unconsciouse Junior with him back to Microchip's warehouse. At the warehouse, Frank tells Microchip that he think Junior has a concussion and a broken jaw, and tells him what happenend to Junior. Junior wakes up, asking them what happenend, his father tells him that he has put Frank in danger, but Frank says "he didn't put me at risk. He saved me". The next day Punisher as McRook again meets with Quentin, asking him about Takegura. Quentin tells him that he saw Takegura for the first time in '72 at a seminar, and that he is right-wing man, wnating to restore the old ways of the japanese imperial monarchy, he also tells McRook that he has some bodyguards. When McRook leaves, Quentin tells him that he will call him if he learns more. At night to learn who the Slasher is, Punisher goes out in town dressed as a bum. Attacked by three guys, who tells him to take off his coat. The "bum" do what they say, and is revealed as Punisher. He begins to fight the "Slashers", breaking the neck of two of the Slashers, leaving the third one for the police....)
Punisher Vol.2 #9 (Punisher sees the news of tv, where it is announced that O'Toole has becomes the lastest victim of The Slasher. Punisher reveals that he konws it's Roky Vance who is the Slasher, and decides to go after him. Microchip tells him that he thinks he need back-up with the plan. Later Punisher manages to take down Takegura, his driver and one of his bodyguards. He takes Takegura with him, to have an exchange with Roky. Later with Microchip Jr. He goes to the place for the exchange. He orders Junior to go to his position. When Roky arrives, Punisher is attacked by a ninja. He manages to escape the ninja only to find the body of Junior. The ninja attacks again, but Punisher manages to defeat him by throwing him in a crushing machine. He is then captured by Arnold who tells him that he is about to be killed, but Takegura takes down Arnold's bodyguard, and hands Punisher a katana to cut down Arnold. Punisher cuts down Takegura instead, and gives Arnold a gun with only one bullet, telling him that he could one of two things. He could shot Punisher in the back, but if he waste in on him, he will kill him slowly, and tells him to do the right thing, and leaves. When Punisher leaves for his van he hears a shot, assuming that Arnold Hansen has done the right thing. Killed himself. He returns to Microchip's warehouse with the body of Junior, telling his friend that he is sorry and leaves)
Punisher Vol.2 #10 (listening to the tv, hearing that Mrs. Fielding has becomes the fourth victim of the "aspirin killer", decides to follow the leads to take him/her down. He calls Jehova's Witnesses thinking they might know something the police hasn't learnwed yet. As Federal agent Tomy Knowlen Ross he visits a church talking with Mr. Ablanap, who promises to call back in he can think of anybody who might be highly disturbed in the Queens area. Later he listens to Daredevil's appeal to the "aspirin killer" on tv. Suddenly the phone calls, Mr. Ablanap tells him that he might have sometihng for him, and they meet once more. Ablanap gives Punisher the adress, and he goes there disguised as a plummer. The man isn't home, but his neighboor Cindy invites Punisher inside. When Alfred comes home, Punisher tells Cindy to stay inside because he is a federal officer. Out in the hall, Alfred and Punisher begins to fight each other. Alfred tries to escape but Punisher captures him, and is aobut ot throw him off the building top. Daredevil arrives, and the two of them begins to fight each other. Daredevil manages to defeat Punisher. And in the end Alfred as well, Punisher lets Daredevil go with Alfred. When Daredevil and Alfred are gone, Cindy ask why Punisher took down Alfred, she doesn't believe he was a bad man, Punisher thinks she is seriously disturbed and is happy he isn't doing his crime hunting for people like her)
Daredevil Vol.1 #257 (during his hunt for the "aspirin killer", Punisher also has time to take down a gang of drugdealers killing them all. Later after having captured Alfred he is about to throw the man off the top of the building, Daredevil comes and figts him, in the end Punisher is defeated, and Daredevil brings Coppersmith with him to jail while Punisher lets him go)
Punisher Annual 1 (comes down to Bogota, Columbia to take down El Caiman, by accident saves his daughter Lucinda from the Eliminators. Brought to El Caiman's safehouse. where Punisher is introduced to El Caiman. Punisher aks him whom he believes is out to get him, whereto El Caiman says "the way you are dressed you might be one of them. It must be an american military operation" Punisher tells him that they wern't american military and he is not one of them. He is the Punisher and he has come to persuade him to leave the coke trade. El Caiman tells him that he won't leave the business. The business makes sure that the entire village can live a good life, the children have a school and they gets food when they're hungry, so he is the provider of the town, and drugs is the way he finances the business. El Caiman ask him why he has come all the way to Columbia to take him down, and Punisher answers that he is taking criminals down in general, and now El Caiman's name has come up. Suddenly the Eliminators attacks the safehouse, and El Caiman and Punisher decides on a truce until the Eliminators are defeated. El Caiman, Lucinda and Punisher manages to take a chopper and gets away from the safehouse. They fly to another safehouse, where El Caiman shows he cruelty by feeding one of the captured Eliminators to his crocodile. Suddenly The Eliminators arrives at the new safehouse, and attacks again. Punisher and El Caiman manages to defeat the rest of the Eliminators. And with the last Eliminator gone, the truce between Punisher and El Caiman is over, and El Caiman begins to shot at Punisher. Punisher shots at El Caiman's aquarium, and the glass breaks, and El Caiman drowns, ending the threat of one of the more vicious drug lords in South America. Punisher takes Lucinda with him through the jungle, only worried that she might shot him in the back for revenge for her father's death.....)
Punisher Vol.2 #11 (Punisher is on the hunt for a people smuggler operation, smuggling people from Mexico to the United States. He helps an mexican girl escape from the people smugglers. He cuts the throats of the first two of the smugglers, the third one is gunned down. When the rest of the gang arrives, Punisher and Maria tries to escape, Punisher manages to gun down a fourth member of the gang before he and Maria fall off a cliff. He wakes up after a while, learning that Pepe has saved him and his wives are taking care of Maria. He talks with Pepe. When Maria comes and tells them that the people smugglers are coming back Pepe decides to join forces with them. When the gang returns, Pepe is gunned down, while Punisher and Maria manages to take down the rest of them)
Punisher Vol.2 #12 (Punisher has learned that people are planning to break Gary Saunders out of prison, he decideshe wants to take them all down, getting Saunders to pay for the 35 women whom Saunders has killed. He decides to go to Utah.)

Punisher Vol.2 #13-19
Punisher War Journal #6-7 (met Wolverine)
Punisher Annual 4 (met Moon Knight)
Punisher War Journal #9 (met Black Widow & Shadowmaster)
Moon Knight Vol.3 #8-9 (fought ULTIMATUM)
Punisher Vol.2 #28-29 (Acts Of Vengeance)
Damage Control II #2 (Acts of Vengeance. Investigates Damage Control because of their connection to Kingpin. Is chased away by a Dr. Doom robot controlled by Gene. Later goes to Robin Chapel’s house and asks her about Kingpin. She says she knows nothing, he says that if she’s lying he’ll be back.)
Damage Control II #4 (Watches Robin as she meets with Fisk. Is relieved to learn she severs any relationship he had with Damage Control.)
Punisher: No Escape (met Paladin & USAgent)
Darkhawk #9 (killed some drug dealers and some other criminals, fought Savage Steel)
Ghost Rider Vol.3 #5-6
The 'Nam #52-53 (flashback)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #16 (treaten Clement to reveal the idetity of the rich man who has hired Clement to do some criminal stuff)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #18 (sits in Desmond Marrs' office when Desmond returns from Oracle, Inc.)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #19 (hunts Desmond Marrs, shot at but survives, sees Desmond Marrs commit suiside)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #20 (had a talk with Phoebe)
Nomad Vol.2 #5 (fought Chainsaw and Nomad)
Punisher Vol.1 #100
Punisher Vol.2 #101
Punisher Vol.2 #102
Punisher Vol.2 #103 (Countdown)
Punisher Vol.2 #104 (Countdown)
Punisher Vol.3 #1
Punisher Vol.3 #2
Punisher Vol.3 #3
Punisher Vol.3 #4
Spider-Man/Punisher: Family Plot #1
Spider-Man/Punisher: Family Plot #2
Punisher Vol.3 #5
Punisher Vol.4 #1 (Kills Ma Gnucci's sons.)
Punisher Vol.4 #2 (Kills Ma Gnucci's hitmen and consigiori.)
Punisher Vol.4 #3 (Confronts Daredevil and assasinates Dino Gnucci.)
Punisher Vol.4 #4 (Fights Ma Gnucci's men in a zoo. Gets wounded.)
Punisher Vol.4 #5 (Recovers from wounds. Kills a mugger.)
Punisher Vol.4 #6 (Gets attacked by a lot of Gnucci's men, gets badly hurt.)
Punisher Vol.4 #7 (Still badly hurt, his identity is discovered by Joan and Spacker Dave.)
Punisher Vol.4 #8 (Saves Spacker Dave from Ma Gnucci's henchmen, gets operated on by the Doc.)
Punisher Vol.4 #9 (Begins moving his arsenal to move from his apartment.)
Punisher Vol.4 #10 (Gets beaten up by the Russian.)
Punisher Vol.4 #11 (Fights and kills the Russian, goes to Ma Gnucci's home.)
Punisher Vol.4 #12 (Kills Ma Gnucci and takes her money and the photos she used to blackmail the Police commissioner and the mayor. Gives the photos to Det. Soap and Molly Von Richthofen. Gives the money to Joan, Spacker Dave and Mr. Bumpo. Kills Vigilante Squad.)
Punisher Vol.5 #1 (Offers Soap an opportunity to work with him. Is attacked by the Russian and thrown off the Empire State Building.)
Punisher Vol.5 #2 (Is rescued by Spider-Man and continues his fight with the Russian. Pushes the Russian off the Empire State Building.)
Punisher Vol.5 #3 (Finds out that General Kreigkopf is responsible for bringing the Russian back, flies to Grand Nixon Island.)
Punisher Vol.5 #4 (Learns of Kreigkopf’s plan to send a plane full of soldiers to Europe and kill European leaders and destroys the plane.)
Punisher Vol.5 #5 (Gets aboard Jean Romilly’s plane and forces him to drop the nuke on Grand Nixon Island.)
Punisher Vol.5 #6 (Hunts Joe Perrett, a man who had saved him in the war and had recently killed his family.)
Punisher Vol.5 #7 (Hunts and kills Paul Rosso.)
Punisher Vol.5 #8
Punisher Vol.5 #9
Punisher Vol.5 #10
Punisher Vol.5 #11
Punisher Vol.5 #12
Punisher Vol.5 #13
Punisher Vol.5 #14
Punisher Vol.5 #15
Punisher Vol.5 #16
Punisher Vol.5 #17
Punisher Vol.5 #18
Punisher Vol.5 #19
Punisher Vol.5 #20
Punisher Vol.5 #21
Punisher Vol.5 #22
Punisher Vol.5 #23
Punisher Vol.5 #24
Punisher Vol.5 #25
Punisher Vol.5 #26
Punisher Vol.5 #27
Punisher Vol.5 #28
Punisher Vol.5 #29
Punisher Vol.5 #30

Punisher Vol.5 #31
Punisher Vol.5 #32
Punisher Vol.5 #33
Punisher Vol.5 #34
Punisher Vol.5 #35
Punisher Vol.5 #36
Punisher Vol.5 #37
Punisher Vol.6 #1 (kills a mobster on his 100 year birthday)

Punisher Vol.6 #2
Punisher Vol.6 #3
Punisher Vol.6 #4
Punisher Vol.6 #5
Punisher Vol.6 #6
Punisher Vol.6 #7
Punisher Vol.6 #8
Punisher Vol.6 #9
Wolverine/Punisher #1
Wolverine/Punisher #2
Wolverine/Punisher #3
Wolverine/Punisher #4
Wolverine/Punisher #5 (captured by "Napoleon"'s men, ordered to fight Wolverine to the death by "Napoleon", fought him. Threw his knife at Wolverine, who manages to escape the knife, which instead hit "Napoleon" right in the head killing him, which Punisher ofcource meant to do just seeimngly trying to kill Wolverine. With Wolverine left Erewhon)

Punisher III
See: Michaels, Lynn

Punisher 2099
See: Appendix, Future, 2099, Punisher 2099

Puppet Master
Real Name: Philip Masters
Occupation: Craftsman, criminal mastermind, former biologist
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Dragorin, Transia
Marital Status: Married (twice, once widower)
Known Relatives: Marcia Masters (1.wife, deceased), unnamed second wife, Alicia Reece Masters (step-daughter). Morty (step-son)
Group Affiliation: Former ally of Wizard, Dorctor Doom, Egghead and Mad Thinker
Source Of Powers: Magical powers
Powers: Has the ability to control anyone whom he makes a clay model of
First Appearance: Fantastic Four Vol.1 #8
List Of Appearances;
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #8
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #14
Strange Tales Vol.1 #116
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #28
Strange Tales Vol.1 #126
Strange Tales Vol.1 #133
Fantastic Four Annual 3
Tales To Astonish #78-79
"Uncanny" X-Men #27
Tales To Astonish #100
Sub-Mariner Vol.1 #14
Avengers Vol.1 #63
Captain Marvel Vol.1 #14
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #100
Marvel Team-Up Vol.1 #5-6
Marvel Two-In-One #9
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #168-170
Marvel Two-In-One #74
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #236
Micronauts Vol.1 #41
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #246
The Thing #6, 34
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #300
Sensationel She-Hulk #48 (revealed to be behind the trouble that send Ralph Anderson to jail, defeated by Weezi, She-Hulk and Phanton Blonde)
Power Pack #60
Fantastic Four Vol.3 #45

Purple Crystal
See: Appendix, Items, Purple Crystal

Purple Girl
See: Persuasion

Purple Man
Real Name: Zebediah Kilgrave
Occupation: Professional criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Rijeka, Yugoslavia (now Croatia)
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: Melaine Kilgrave (ex-wife), Kara Kilgrave (daughter, aka Purple Girl)
Group Affiliation: Former leader of band of criminals
Source of Powers: A nerve gas in liquid form
Powers/Abilities: has the ability to sap people's wills, making him able to command people by simple verbal suggestion. He has been known to command crowds over 100 people
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #4
History:
List of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.1 #4 (went into Apex National Bank, and went to the desk asking Mr. Smathers to fill his briefcase with 100 dollar bills. Unable to resist Smathers did what he was told to, and Purple Man left. He was arrested, but when Karen Page and Matt Murdock came to see him because they wanted to have him as a potential client, Purple Man used hims powers to escaped with Karen Page. He tried to escape justice, but was outsmarted and overpowered in the end by Daredevil)
Daredevil Vol.1 #88
Daredevil Vol.1 #89
Daredevil Vol.1 #147
Daredevil Vol.1 #153
Daredevil Vol.1 #154
Marvel Team-Up Annual 4
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #41
Avengers: Emperor Doom
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #62
X-Man #34
X-Man #35
X-Man #36

Alias #24 (mentioned only)
Alias #25 (flashback)
Alias #26
Alias #27
Alias #28

Pym, "Hank"
See: Yellowjacket I

Pym, Hank (imposter)
See: Chameleon

Pym, Maria
Real Name: Maria Trovaya Pym
Occupation: Unrevealed
Other Aliases: Maria Trovaya
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed location in Hungary
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Mr. Trovaya (father, deceased), Henry "Hank" Pym (husband, aka Ant-Man I)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: 
First Appearance: Tales To Astonish #44
List of Appearances:
Tales To Astonish #44 (in flashback; marriage with Hank Pym revealed, on honeymoon to Hungary with husband, kidnapped by government agents, and believed killed by them)
Final Appearance: Tales To Astonish #44

Pym, Maria (imposter)
See:
MODAM

Pym Experimental Peniteniary Number One
See: Appendix: M.U Companies:
Pym Experimental Peniteniary Number One

Pyo
Real Name: Pyo
Occupation: Warrior
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Presumed on Rigel-3
Marital Status: Presumed single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Nova Corps
Source Of Powers:
Powers: Superhuman strenght, durability, enchanced stamina, agility and reflexes and supersonic flight
Cause Of Death: Killed by the Annihilation Wave
First Appearance: Annihilation: Prologue #1
List Of Appearances:
Annihilation: Prologue #1 (Annihilation Day, introduced to Richard Rider, fought alongside him in batttle, killed)
Final Appearance: Annihilation: Prologue #1

Pyro
Real Name: St. John Allerdyce
Occupation: Professional criminal, subversive, journalist
Other Aliases: None
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Brotherhood of Evil Mutants III-IV, Freedom Force
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Psionic power to cause any fire to grow in size and intensity and take any form he wishes
Cause of Death: Succumbed to the Legacy virus
First Appearance: "Uncanny" X-Men #141
List Of Appearances:
"Uncanny" X-Men #141-142 (with Brotherhood of Evil Mutants III, attempted to assassinate Senator Robert Kelly, first battled X-Men)
Avengers Annual 10 (with Brotherhood, battled the Avengers)
Uncanny X-Men #177-178 (with Brotherhood, battled X-Men)
Uncanny X-Men #199 (with Brotherhood, began working for the federal government as Freedom Force, helped capture Magneto)
Avengers Annual 15 (with Freedom Force, captured Avengers on behalf of federal government)
X-Factor #8-10 (clashed with X-Factor I in seeking to arrest Rusty Collins)
Uncanny X-Men #223-227 (with Freedom Force fought X-Men in Dallas, was present at X-Men's apparent demise)
X-Factor #30-31 (with Freedom Force, battled Cyclops and Marvel Girl)
X-Factor #40
New Mutants Vol.1 #78-80 (with Freedom Force, sought to arrest Rusty Collins, battled New Mutants, arrested Rusty Collins and Skids)
Avengers Vol.1 #312 (teamed with Blob and Avalanche against Avengers during "Acts of Vengeance")
Marvel Comics Presents #41 (fought Senor Muerte III and his gang)
New Mutants Annual 11/Uncanny X-Men Annual 15/X-Factor Annual 6 (participated in Freedom Force' final mission, battled Desert Storm in Kuwait; abandoned in Kuwait)
X-Force #6-7 (joined Brotherhood of Evil Mutants IV, with them, battled X-Force)
Darkhawk #19 (alongside Brotherhood of Evil Mutants fought Darkhawk)
Darkhawk #20 (alongside Brotherhood of Evil Mutants fought Darkhawk, Spider-Man, Portal and Sleepwalker)
Uncanny X-Men #338
Uncanny X-Men #351

Final appearance:

Pyskos
Real Name: Psykos
Occupation: Police negotiator, adventurer
Other Aliases: Ronnie Sykes
Place of Birth: Olympia, Greece
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The Eternals, The New Breed
Source Of Powers: Member of the Eternals
Powers: Vast mental powers including mental bolts, mind control and telepathy; flight
First Appearance: New Eternals #1
List of Appearances:
New Eternals #1 (alongside Eternals, battled Karkas; assumed "Psyche" alias)