Seahorse
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Outcast
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place Of Birth: Atlantis
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The School
Source Of Powers: Seahorse is an atlantean
Powers: Like all Atlantean, Seahorse has the ability to live underwater for infinity periods of time, while he isn't able to live on the surface more than three minutes
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #12
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #12 (alongside The School fought and defeated by Namorita)

Seaweed
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Outcast
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place Of Birth: Atlantis
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The School
Source Of Powers: Seaweed is an atlantean
Powers: Like all Atlantean, Seaweed has the ability to live underwater for infinity periods of time, while he isn't able to live on the surface more than three minutes
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #12
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #12 (alongside The School fought and defeated by Namorita)

Sea Witch
Real Name: Bridget O'Hare
Occupation: Former sailor
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: 12th Century Ireland
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The Young Gods
Source of Powers: Member of the Young Gods
Powers: Able to breathe underwater, able to control water telekinetically
First Appearance: Thor Vol.1 #300
List Of Appearances:
Thor Vol.1 #300 (presented to the Celestials)
Spectacular Spider-Man Annual 8
Marvel Comics Presents #101-109 (with Young Gods, battled Nuada)

Second-Story Sam
Real Name: Samuel (last name unrevealed)
Occupation: Robber
Other Aliases: "Sammy", Giant-Man I (imposter)
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Pym particles
Powers: Able to grow or shrink in size; possesses normal human strength in smaller heights, superhuman strength in larger heights
First Appearance: Tales To Astonish #62
List of Appearances:
Tales To Astonish #62 (robbed Hank Pym, stole his Giant-Man costume, went on crime spree; fought the Wasp, captured by ants controlled by Pym, knocked unconscious; lost memory of Pym's double identity)

Secret Empire I
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Number One (identity unknown)
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment: Number Two, Number Six/Gabe Jones, Number Nine, Boomerang
Former Members: Number Five
First Appearance: Tales to Astonish #81
History: The Secret Empire was originally founded by its first Number One, a scientist who believed he had always been an anonymous nobody in his words (see: Number One I). The scientist created the Secret Empire as a criminal organization, it is unclear whether his goal extended to world domination. The Empire began as a subordinate organization to the far larger subversive organization Hydra, which provided it with considerable financial support (see: HYDRA). HYDRA saw much of the Empire's usefulness as serving as a means of distracting the attention of SHIELD from HYDRA, while HYDRA was secretly rebuilding its own strength (see: SHIELD I). Number One on the other hand sought to break away from HYDRA's domination.
Ironically in the end Number One was killed in an explosion set off by himself, leaving his corpse unidentifiable. A terrible faith of the man who sought to make himself famous through the Empire
List of Appearances:
Tales To Astonish #81 (contacts their special agent Boomerang to give him a mission. Getting the Orion missile)
Tales To Astonish #82 (watches from a monitor, Boomerang escaping from the "Gamma Base" with Betty Ross. When Number Five press a button to make a call to the Boomerang untraceable, a jet of gas is blown up in his face, killing him. The other two agents, blaiming Number Five for the attack, given the fact that he has sworn that he would one day lead the Secret Empire. Meanwhile The Boomerang beginms to fight the Hulk, he tries to escape from the monster with Betty Ross, but in the end have to leave her to Hulk to escape himself. Picked up by a helicopter)
Tales To Astonish #83 (in the helicopter, two agents of the Secret Empire, tells Boomerang  that Number One won't be impressed by Boomerang's promises, and that nodoby gets a second chance. Boomerang tells them that he isn't nodoby, end decides to go after the missile, he leaves the helicopter. Later at a cabinet meeting of the Secret Empire, Number Two orders Boomerang to be executed, but Number Nine protests. The others tells him to be silent, and that since the death of Number Five, he has been under suspision. Number Two tells accues Number Nine of high treason. Number Nine, yells that they're complacent fools, and throws a stun grenade taking the others down, leaving his way to the top alot easier, he reveals that he himself was wearing a proctective armor)
Tales To Astonish #84 (only seen of movie-theatre seen, Boomerang tries to capture the Orion missile, but ion the end he is stopped by Major Talbot)
Strange Tales Vol.1 #149 (collapse reported)
Captain America Vol.1 #175 (in flashback, revealed how Number Six in the end took down Number Nine, and revealed his true identity as Gabe Jones, who had worked undercover as Number Six)
Final Appearance: Strange Tales Vol.1 #149

Secret Empire II
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Number One (identity classified)
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment: Number Three, Number Eight, Number Nine/Linda Donaldson, Number 13, Number 16/Mr. Black, Number 68/Gabe Jones, Blob, Unus
Former Members: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Amazing Adventures Vol.1 #11
History: The Secret Empire regrouped under a new Number One sometime later (see: Number One II). The Empire infiltrated the Brand Corporation, and hired Quentin Harderman and his Commitee to Regain America's Principles to try to ruin Captain America's reputation  (see: Captain America I; Harderman, Quentin; Appendix, M.U Companies, Brand Corporation). Number One who was a very high U.S Government official committed suiside after his attempted coup d'etat failed. The government had covered up his guilt and suiside with the help of a double
List of Appearances:
Amazing Adventures Vol.1 #11
Captain America Vol.1 #173
Captain America Vol.1 #174
Captain America Vol.1 #175 (Number One commits suiside before the eyes of Captain America, organization collapses)
Final Appearance:  Captain America Vol.1 #175

Secret Empire III
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Counsil of Ten
Former Group Leaders: Professor Power, Number One IV
Members at time of disbandment: Number Two, Number Three/Punisher, Number Four, Number Five, Number Seven, Number Eight, Number Nine, Number Ten, Number 12
Former Members: Mad-Dog, Lifter, Shocker II, Slither, Peeper, Number Six, Midnight, Thunderball, Lynn Church, Chain, Sonic, Grasp, Number Three
First Appearance: Defenders Vol.1 #123
History: The third version of the Secret Empire is said to have consisted of wealthy and powerful men from the worlds of politics, religion, espionage, the military, big businesses and the mass media. Headed by Professor Power, they sought to trigger a nuclear war between the United States and the Soviet Union (see: Professor Power). The plan was that the Secret Empire should remain safe underground and Power madly believed they would someday found a utopia on returning to Earth's surface. Professor Power and the Secret Empire was defeated by the Defenders (see: Defenders). However, Power's closest advisors in the Empire managed to escape, and continued to exist under their leadership. The new Number One was taken down by Moon Knight, Spider-Man and Punisher (see: Number One IV). But the rest of the Counsil of Ten continued
List of Appearances:
Defenders Vol.1 #123-130
Marc Spector: Moon Knight #19 (at a meeting "declared" war on Moon Knight. Fought Spider-Man, Moon Knight and Midnight, shot Midnight)
Marc Spector: Moon Knight #20 (decides to begin tests on Midnight. Number One orders Number Six to destroy Punisher, Spider-Man and Moon Knight. Number Six is killed by Punisher)
Marc Spector: Moon Knight #21 (Number One is taken in by Moon Knight, Spider-Man and Punisher)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #353 (Round Robin; Midnight is sent in action as the Secret Empire's new superhuman, he breaks Eliot Franklin out of prison, fights Spider-Man and Darkhawk)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #354 (Round Robin; Eliot Franklin is introduced to the Secret Empire, Midnight fights Nova and Spider-Man)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #355 (Round Bobin; fights Spider-Man, Punisher, Night Trasher and Moon Knight, the Seekers joins the fight. Midnight brings Nova to the Secret Empire's headquater)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #356 (Round Robin; having a discussion on who should be the new Number One, because they finds out that the organization needs a leader. The organization looses their Manhattan headquater, but they escapes)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #357 (Round Robin; Punisher revealed as having taken down Number Three, and posting as him. As Number Three convinces the other members to attack Midnight who tries to become the new Number One. After the rest of them is taken down, Midnight attacks Number Three and learns that he is Punisher. Lynn is revealed as a cyborg as well)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #358 (Round Robin; Punisher, Nova, Night Trasher, Darkhawk, Spider-Man and Moon Knight fights the Secret Empire. Lynn reveals that she was the pet project of Number One, kept secret from the Counsil of Ten. Midnight and Thunderball turns against Lynn. Lynn and Midnight seemingly destroyed in explosion)
Nomad Vol.2 #4 (present at a meeting between different members of organized crime)
Final Appearance:

Secret Empire IV
See: Royal Forces of America

Seekers I
Group Leader: Grasp
Former Group Leaders: None
Current Members: Sonic, Chain
Former Members: None
First Appearance: Iron Man Vol.1 #214
History:
List of Appearances:
Iron Man Vol.1 #214
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #342 (Grasp's son Teddy dies imitaing Human Torch II)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #355 (Round Robin; as agents of the Secret Empire fought Moon Knight, Punisher and Spider-Man
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #358 (Round Robin; Sonic's armor destroyed by Punisher, Grasp defeated by Nova, Chain defeated by Moon Knight)

Seekers II
Current Group leader: Jake
Former Group Leaders: Unrevealed
Current Members: Tony, Russ, and three others unnamed persons
Former Members: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #24
List of appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #24 (4 Seekers captured Havok and Leila O'Toole)
Marvel Comics Presents #25 (2 more Seekers with them, one Seeker, killed by a Tracker)
Marvel Comics Presents #26 (Jake and two other seekers tried to kill Havok but failed)

Sefton, Amanda
See: Magik II

Selbert
Real Name: Selbert (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: retired general, and arms dealer
Other Aliases: (nickname) Brass
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Ally of Steel
Source Of Powers: None
Cause Of Death: Killed when strangled by a super-soldier
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #1
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #1 (Elements Of Terror, out in the Swamp met with Zahner)
Marvel Comics Presents #2 (at a hearing in the congrass)
Marvel Comics Presents #3
Marvel Comics Presents #4 (at Steel's house)
Marvel Comics Presents #5 (called of Doctor Railsback's project)
Marvel Comics Presents #6
Marvel Comics Presents #7 (told Doctor McDonald to have the super-soldiers ready for a trip to Costo Dinora)
Marvel Comics Presents #8
Marvel Comics Presents #10 (learned that Zahner had turned against him)
Marvel Comics Presents #11 (taken Dittilio and Zahner captive)
Marvel Comics Presents #12 (killed by one of the super-soldiers)
Final Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #12

Selene
Real Name: Selene
Occupation: Leader of Hellfre Club, former Self-styled goddess
Other Aliases: Black Queen (former) Black Priestess
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Widowed
Known Relatives: Marcus Domitus Gallio (husband, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Leader of Hellfire Club
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation, besides manipulation of the forces of magic
Powers: Enhanced strenght, speed, stamina, durability, agility and reflexes. Immunity to aging (as long as she maintains her supply of life force that she drains from human beings), fast healing ability. Selene is a "phychic vampire". Also has the ability to manipulate non-living things
First Appearance (as Selene): New Mutants Vol.1 #9
First Appearance (as Black Queen): Uncanny X-Men #189
List Of Appearances;
New Mutants #9-11 (in Nova Roma, tried to kill Magma, buried alive)
Uncanny X-Men #183-184 (fought X-Men)
Uncanny X-Men #189-191 (became Black Queen, captured by Kulan Gath)
Uncanny X-Men #283 (revealed as being the manipulator in Hellfire Club)
X-Force #75 (Tried to open an enchanted casket with Moonstar's blood; did so, got Asguardian staff of power, animated a metal construct by accident.)
Fantastic Four Annual '99 (with Blackheart as newest Hellfire Club)

Selleck, Sharon
Real Name: Sharon Selleck
Occupation: Singer in the rock band 'The Rolling Dead'
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Fantastic Four Vol.1 #251
List of Appearances:
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #251 (revealed to be new room-mate of Julie Angel)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #253
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #256 (with Julie Angel, witnessed Annihilus' force field envelope the Baxter Building)
Fantastic Four Annual 17 (car broke down near town of King's Crossing, populated by people mutated by Skrull "milk"; called the Fantastic Four to be rescued from them)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #269 (met with Human Torch, suspected he and Alicia Masters were attracted to one another)

Senor Muerte I/Senor Suerte I [Mr. Death I/Mr. Luck I]
Real Name: Ramon Garcia
Occupation: Owner of a chain of gambling casinos
Other Aliases: Mr. Luck, Mr. Death
Place Of Birth: Hatillo, Puerto Rico
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Jaime Garcia (brother, aka Senor Suerte II), Philip Garcia (brother, aka Senor Muerte II)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None; wore a suit
Powers (in suit): allowing him to generate electricity through his hands
Cause of Death: Electrocuted by his own suit
First Appearance: Hero For Hire #10
List Of Appearances:
Hero For Hire #5-6 (behind-the-scenes, sent men to kill Frank Jenks and Luke Cage)
Hero For Hire #10-11(attempted to kill Luke Cage, murdered rival casino owner, battled Cage, electrocuted)
Final Appearance: Hero For Hire #11

Senor Muerte II [Mr. Death II]
Real Name: Philip Garcia
Occupation: Professional assassin, co-owner of gambling casinos
Other Aliases: Ramon Garcia, Mr. Death
Place Of Birth: Hatillo, Puerto Rico
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Ramon Garcia (brother, aka Senor Muerte I/Senor Suerte I, deceased), Jaime Garcia (brother, aka Senor Suerte II)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None; wears a suit
Powqers (in suit): allowing him to generate electricity through his hands and a vest containing weapons
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #224
List Of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #224 (posed as his deceased brother; alongside Tarantula I, murdered government agent Ken Astor, attempted to hijack military convoy, battled Captain America)
Power Man and Iron Fist #63-64 (with Senor Suerte II, gambling operations disrupted by Power Man and Iron Fist, set death-traps for them, defeated)

Senor Muerte III [Mr. Death III]
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Drug-lord
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed location in Latin America
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Unrevealed
Group Affiliation: Leader of The Grip
Source Of Powers: Unrevealed
Powers: Telepathy
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #41
History:
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #41 (fought Freedom Force)

Senor Suerte II [Mr. Luck II]
Real Name: Jaime Garcia
Occupation: Professional gambler, thief, co-owner of gambling casinos
Other Aliases: Mr. Luck
Place Of Birth: Hatillo, Puerto Rico
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Ramon Garcia (brother, aka Senor Muerte I/Senor Suerte I, deceased), Philip Garcia (brother, aka Senor Muerte II)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Power Man and Iron Fist #56
List Of Appearances:
Power Man and Iron Fist #56 (attempted theft of Tutankhamen artifacts from museum, battled Power Man and Iron Fist)
Power Man and Iron Fist #63-64 (with Senor Muerte II, gambling operations disrupted by Power Man and Iron Fist, set death-traps for them, defeated)

Sensors
Current Group Leader: None
Former Group Leader: None
Current Members: Sight, Touch, Sound, Smell, Taste, Intuition
Former Members: None
First Appearance: West Coast Avengers Annual 3
List of Appearances:
West Coast Avengers Annual 3 (sent by the High Evolutionary to battle the Avengers in Wakanda, defeated by them)

Senter, Ms.
Real Name: Senter (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Theatrical actress
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Comedy Comics #9
List of Appearances:
Comedy Comics #9 (while performing on stage, aged into an old woman by Mr. Black; forced to meet Mr. Black's demands for the cure; aided by Silver Scorpion who defeated Mr. Black, unmasking him as Senter's own doctor; returned to normal, returned to the stage)

Sentry
Real Name: Elkins (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Former mercenary, former Guardsmen at the Vault, former officer in the army
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Jury
Source of Powers: A suit of armor modeled after those used by the Guardsmen at the Vault.
Powers (in armor): Superhuman strength, the ability to fly and repulsor blasts.
First Appearance: Venom: Lethal Protector #2
List of Appearances:
Venom: Lethal Protector #2
Venom: Lethal Protector #3
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #383
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #384
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #385
Spider-Man: The Arachnis Project #1
Spider-Man: The Arachnis Project #2
Spider-Man: The Arachnis Project #3
Spider-Man: The Arachnis Project #4
Spider-Man: The Arachnis Project #5
Spider-Man: The Arachnis Project #6
Venom: Sinner Takes All #1
Venom: Sinner Takes All #2
Venom: Sinner Takes All #3
Venom: Sinner Takes All #4
Thunderbolts #23 (fights Thunderbolts)
Thunderbolts #28
Thunderbolts #32 (fights Secret Empire V, alongside Thunderbolts)

Sentry #213
Real Name: Intergalactic Kree Sentry #213
Occupation: Agent of the Kree Empire
Other Aliases: None
Place of Creation: Hala, Kree Galaxy
Creator: Bronek
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Robotic construction
Powers: Superhuman strength and durability, able to project energy blasts, flight
Cause of Destruction: Destroyed by the Eternals of Uranus
First Appearance: What If Vol.1 #26
List of Appearances:
What If Vol.1 #26 (found defending Kree outpost on Uranus by exiled Eternals, destroyed by them)
Quasar #2 (head seen on display in museum on Uranus)
Final Appearance: What If Vol.1 #26

Sentry #372
Real Name: Intergalactic Kree Sentry #372
Occupation: Agent of the Kree Empire
Other Aliases: None
Place of Creation: Hala, Kree Galaxy
Creator: Bronek
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Robotic construction
Powers: Superhuman strength and durability, able to project energy blasts, flight
Cause of Destruction: Self-destructed
First Appearance: Avengers West Coast Vol.2 #80
List of Appearances:
Avengers West Coast Vol.2 #80 (Operation: Galactic Storm; found guarding Kree outpost, attacked the Imperial Guard and Avengers; destroyed itself to protect outpost's secrets)
Final Appearance: Avengers West Coast Vol.2 #80

Sentry #459
Real Name: Intergalactic Kree Sentry #459
Occupation: Agent of the Kree Empire, member of the Underground Legion
Other Aliases: "Mr. Roboto"
Place of Creation: Hala, Kree Galaxy
Creator: Bronek
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Underground Legion, Heavy Metal
Source of Powers: Robotic construction
Powers: Superhuman strength and durability, able to project energy blasts, flight
First Appearance: Fantastic Four Vol.1 #64
List of Appearances:
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #64 (found by Dr. Daniel Damian in Kree Outpost 10 in the Pacific, fought the Fantastic Four)
Thor Vol.1 #147 (flashback, depicted how Sentry #459 was sent to oversee the creation of the Inhumans 25,000 years ago)
Marvel Super-Heroes Vol.2 #13/Captain Marvel Vol.1 #1-3 (recovered by Captain Mar-Vell, fought him)
Avengers Vol.1 #89-91 (with Ronan, fought the Avengers during Kree-Skrull War)
Captain Marvel Vol.1 #47-49 (with the Cheetah, fought Captain Mar-Vell, defeated)
Avengers Vol.1 #288-289 (body recovered by the Super-Adaptoid to join Heavy Metal,
fought the Avengers, defeated)
Captain America Vol.1 #354 (revealed to be in custody of the Avengers)
Blackwulf #3-5 (taken over by Ultron, re-built into smaller body; fought the Underground Legion and Giant-Man, captured)
Blackwulf #6 (re-programmed by Oliver Broadhurst to serve the Underground Legion)
Blackwulf #7-8 (joined Underground Legion in pursuit of Tantalus, piloted space shuttle)
Blackwulf #10 (fought Wraath, badly damaged, possibly beyond repair)

Sentry #571
Real Name: Intergalactic Kree Sentry #571
Occupation: Agent of the Kree Empire
Other Aliases: None
Place of Creation: Hala, Kree Galaxy
Creator: Bronek
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The Lunatic Legion
Source of Powers: Robotic construction
Powers: Superhuman strength and durability, able to project energy blasts, flight
Cause of Destruction: Destroyed by Iron Man
First Appearance: Iron Man Vol.3 #7
List of Appearances:
Iron Man Vol.3 #7 (defended the Lunatic Legion, fought Iron Man and Warbird, destroyed by Iron Man)
Final Appearance: Iron Man Vol.3 #7

Sentry #666
See: MC-2 Handbook, Sentry #666

Sentry #9168
Real Name: Intergalactic Kree Sentry #9168
Occupation: Agent of the Kree Empire
Other Aliases: None
Place of Creation: Hala, Kree Galaxy
Creator: Bronek
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Robotic construction
Powers: Superhuman strength and durability, able to project energy blasts, flight
First Appearance: Fantastic Four Vol.1 #98
List of Appearances:
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #98 (found stationed on the moon by the Fantastic Four, planning to sabotage astronaut landing; defeated)

Serestus
Real Name: Serestus
Occupation: Servant of Attuma
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Atlantis
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Member of Attuma's army
Source of Powers: Member of the Atlantean race
Powers/Abilities: Able to breathe underwater; skilled at use of Control Pearl
First Appearance: Avengers Vol.3 #43
List of Appearances:
Avengers Vol.3 #43 (used Control Pearl to control Torg for Attuma, sent him against Avengers; lost control over Torg when Triathlon knocked the Control Pearl from his hands)

“Sergeant”
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Police sergeant
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance:
List of Appearances:
Blonde Phantom #13 (Gets a call from Constance Lane confessing to the murder of Elsie Dubois.)
Blonde Phantom #14 (Investigates the murder of Van Rogers)

Serpent Society
Current Group Leader: Cobra/King Cobra
Former Group Leader: Sidewinder
Current Members: Anaconda, Bushmaster II, Rattler III, Fer-De-Lance, Puff-Adder, Rock Python, Black Racer, Black Mamba, Coachwhip, Asp II, Sidewinder II
Former members: Diamondback II, Slither, Viper II, Jack Flag, Death-Adder, Cottonmouth II, Constrictor, Copperhead III, Boomslang
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #310
List Of Appearances;
Captain America Vol.1 #308 (Anaconda, Black Mamba & Death-Adder, while waiting in Sidewinder's home, find a collection of photographs of other snake-based foes. Sidewinder pays them more than they are owed, then offers to give them a place with his new organization.)
Captain America Vol.1 #309 (Sidewinder begins holding auditions for the Serpent Society.)
Captain America Vol.1 #310 (At the Serpent Society's first meeting, the Constrictor walks out, and phones the Avengers about them. Anaconda is sent to beat him. Captain America arrives too late.)
Captain America Vol.1 #311 (Sidewinder sends out their members to contact other villainous organizations. Asp & Cottonmouth visit the Kingpin and Diamondback & Bushmaster visit AIM. AIM hires the Society to find and kill MODOK.)
Captain America Vol.1 #312 (Diamondback & Bushmaster find an old AIM base, but MODOK is not there. They destroy it.)
Captain America Vol.1 #313 (Diamondback & Bushmaster find MODOK at another old AIM base, but he blasts off Bushmaster's arms and escapes. The rest of the Society is sent to the area to begin a search, which leads to a shopping mall. Captain America is led there by calls on his hotline, and finds Princess Python fleeing the scene. She tells him the details, and he lets her go. After Cap evacuates the mall, the Society finds MODOK in a toy store. Death-Adder and Cottonmouth kill MODOK, while Cap battles the other members, defeating them all. Diamondback is attracted to him for the first time.)
Captain America Vol.1 #315 (While returning MODOK's body to AIM, Cobra meets the Porcupine, trying to sell his costume. He gives him the Society's card. Sidewinder wipes Princess Python's mind of all the Society's secrets and plans to ransom her to the Circus of Crime. Later, the Society is contacted by the Porcupine, claiming to have caught Captain America. Diamondback, Cottonmouth, Death-Adder & Rattler are sent to the scene, and find Cap bound in chains. Diamondback turns away as Cottonmouth prepares to kill him, but Cap is not really bound, and battles Cottonmouth, Death-Adder & Rattler. Diamondback goes after Porcupine, who dies during the battle when he falls on one of his quills. The other three Society members are taken into custody, and as Cap watches them, he meets Sidewinder for the first time, who promises to free his men eventually.)
Captain America Vol.1 #318 (En route to return Princess Python to the Circus of Crime, Death-Adder's Serpent Saucer is shot down by Scourge. Death-Adder commandeers a taxi, but the driver is Scourge, who kills him.)
Captain America Vol.1 #319 (Sidewinder recovers Death-Adder's body and sends the Society out to investigate his death. Diamondback has a rendezvous with Cap, and tries to seduce him aboard her Serpent-Saucer, but is unsuccessful. Chasing after Cap in a farmer's field, Diamondback is shot by a farmer.)
Captain America Vol.1 #320 (Cobra picks up Diamondback from the hospital. Scourge attempts to shoot down their Serpent-Saucer, but he fails.)
Captain America Vol.1 #338 (Sidewinder breaks the four Serpent Squad members from jail. The Captain attempts to stop him, but Sidewinder bluffs him into believing he'd kill them otherwise.)
Captain America Vol.1 #341 (The four Serpent Squad members are inducted into the Society. That evening, Viper II enters their HQ and injects Sidewinder with venom. He manages to teleport to Diamondback, who discovers that more serpent-villains have arrived and placed the HQ under siege.)
Captain America Vol.1 #342 (Diamondback escapes using Sidewinder's cloak and contacts the Captain. Vagabond takes Sidewinder to the hospital, while the Captain, Diamondback, D-Man, Nomad & Falcon raid the Society's HQ. Only Asp, Black Mamba & Bushmaster remained loyal to Sidewinder. Black Racer attempts to kill Sidewinder in an ambulance, but Vagabond tickles her into submission.)
Captain America Vol.1 #343 (The Captain defeats Viper II, but Cobra, Boomslang & Copperhead have already poisoned Washington's water supply with Viper's toxin- which turns people into snakes!)
Captain America Vol.1 #344 (The Captain and his allies head to Washington, with Viper in tow. Cobra attempts to kill her, but accidentally frees her instead. After battling a serpent-Ronald Reagan, the Captain is given Viper by Cobra, who tries to convince him to let him go free. Except for the Falcon, the rest of Cap's allies are captured by Captain America VI and Battlestar)
Captain America Vol.1 #345 (Sidewinder & Vagabond come to free the others from prison, but only Nomad & Diamondback take the offer, and Vagabond decides to remain there with D-Man)
Captain America Vol.1 #355 (Rock Python, Coachwhip & Puff-Adder, auditioning for their places in  the Society, go to Sam Wilson's office to steal his Falcon suit, but the Falcon & Battlestar defeat them)
Uncanny X-Men Annual 13 (Sidewinder has resigned as leader, and Cobra now leads the Society, with most of the Serpent Squad IV as members. Diamondback gets her body switched with Dazzler by an artifact the Society was sent after by Ghaur. Though Diamondback & the X-Men manage to stop the Society, Sidewinder completes the deal for them.)
Captain America Vol.1 #365 (Cobra is visited by Loki, who offers him a place as a "Prime Mover" for the "Acts of Vengeance", but Cobra is too timid to accept. Deciding to change his ways, he begins by visiting all of Mr. Hyde's old hideouts and blowing them up. Finally, he finds Hyde and rather than ambush him, decides to face him one-on-one.)
Captain America Vol.1 #366 (Cobra and Mr. Hyde battle, but Cobra doesn't stand a chance... till he spits a poison into Hyde's mouth!)
Captain America Vol.1 #367 (Hyde releases Cobra, desperate for the antiodote, but all it does is knock him out. There was no poison- just Cobra's spit. Returning to the Society, he dons the new costume of King Cobra, and promises the Society that things will different from now on...)
Captain America Vol.1 #368 (The Society is hired to find the Red Skull. Asp & Black Mamba invite Diamondback to join them, but she declines)
Captain America Vol.1 #369 (Asp is visited behind stage at the exotic dance hall she works at by Captain America. He tries to find out where Diamondback is, but she claims she hasn't seen her. Later, she warns Diamondback about Cap on the telephone)
Captain America Vol.1 #371 (Asp, Black Mamba & Anaconda serve as bodyguards for Captain America and Diamondback's first date, taking care of all the criminals who show up all night long, including Black Mamba's old fling the Trump. Afterwards, Black Mamba visits Diamondback at her apartment, and warns her that going straight might not be a good idea)
Captain America Vol.1 #372 (On his way to visit Diamondback, Captain America finds Boomslang spying on her. Running away, Boomslang is shot down by a gang of drug dealers, but Cap gets him to a hospital)
Captain America Vol.1 #379 (Diamondback receives a warning note at work, and ultimately heads to Avengers HQ for protection, but is knocked out at the gate by Black Racer, who pulls her into a car.
Captain America Vol.1 #380 (The Trial of Diamondback; Diamondback is put on trial by the Serpent Society for being suspected of giving their secrets to Captain America. Black Mamba serves as defense, and Coachwhip - who is very close to King Cobra- serves as prosecution. Only four members vote her innocent, and she is sentenced to death by lethal injection of snake venom. But just as Puff-Adder is about to deliver the fatal dosage, Sidewinder appears and teleports her away!)
Captain America Vol.1 #381 (Sidewinder immediately begins to pack up and leave town, while Diamondback eventually goes to Paladin for help. King Cobra & Bushmaster learn that Black Mamba & Asp sent the message to Sidewinder, and they are bound up. Returning to the Society's HQ, Diamondback is poisoned by King Cobra, who promises an antidote if Paladin
surrenders. Over at Diamondback's apartment, Anaconda, Rock Python & Puff-Adder battle Captain America, and Rock Python manages to grab him by the foot and hold him over the street!)
Captain America Vol.1 #382 (Since King Cobra says there is no bonus for killing Cap, Rock Python doesn't check his body after dropping him, and the three serpents leave to lay low. Cap manages to enter the Society's HQ by riding atop Fer-De-Lance & Cottonmouth's Serpent-Saucer. He frees Paladin, Diamondback, Asp & Black Mamba, and manages to briefly chase King Cobra off by bluffing that Thor was outside. Diamondback is given an antidote, and the Society is taken into custody, except for Asp & Black Mamba)
Captain America Vol.1 #385 (Diamondback, Asp & Black Mamba, shortly after setting up their "Bad  Girls Inc." detective office, are attacked by Anaconda & Rock Python!)
Captain America Vol.1 #386 (Rock Python, Puff-Adder & Anaconda try to take the three Bad Girls away, but their Serpent-Saucer is invaded by MODAM, who drops Rock Python & Puff-Adder from the sky)
Captain America Vol.1 #387 (Captain America & Paladin drill Rock Python for information while he and Puff-Adder are taken away. Anaconda is invited by MODAM to join the Femizons)
Captain America Annual 10 (Bushmaster's origin is recounted as he is informed that he is to be released from the Vault. Unable to handle being among other people, he decides to get back in as soon as he can. Meanwhile, Sidewinder decides to settle accounts with King Cobra by breaking him out of the Vault. He succeeds, but is hit by Guardsman. Not certain that he will be
able to teleport two people, he leaves King Cobra in the Colorado mountains. King Cobra considers escaping, but returns to the Vault out of loyalty to the Society, now hating Sidewinder even more)
Captain America Vol.1 #411 (Boomslang, Anaconda, Puff-Adder, & Rock Python are among the villains who witness the events at the AIM Island Weapons Expo)
Captain America Vol.1 #412 (Boomslang & Rock Python are seen in the crowds)
Captain America Vol.1 #413 (Rock Python, Boomslang & Puff-Adder attack Captain America.
Captain America Vol.1 #414 (Puff-Adder chases after Cap)
Captain America Vol.1 #434 (flashback, Jack is angry when his family is forced out of their home by the Serpent Society, who are establishing a retirement community in his hometown. He and his brother Drake create a set of devices and Jack dons the costume of Jack Flag; Jack Flag attacks Fer-De-Lance & Rock Python outside of a bank, then confronts King Cobra, claiming he wants to join the Society. Anaconda knocks him out. When he comes to, King Cobra offers him membership if he will steal a painting. Jack agrees, but the painting's owner turns out to be Mr. Hyde. Nonetheless, Jack escapes with the paining, Hyde in hot pursuit)
Captain America Vol.1 #435 (Now wearing King Cobra's costume, Jack endures his initiation rites by eluding the rest of the Society in a free-for-all. Mr. Hyde appears, angry about the painting, but King Cobra quiets him, and they become friends again. When Captain America shows up, Jack convinces him to fail in battle, and he is brought before the Society. However, Cap's new side-kick Free Spirit arrives and defeats Coachwhip, then dons her costume to sneak in. Cap, King Cobra & Mr. Hyde are all sucked through the drain pipe in King Cobra's swimming pool, and Jack Flag is exposed as a traitor)
Captain America Vol.1 #436 (Jack Flag & Free Spirit battle the Society, and are saved from the Rattler by Giant-Man. Cap manages to hand-cuff King Cobra and knock-out Mr. Hyde before collapsing, and he is recovered by Giant-Man)
Captain America Vol.1 #437 (Giant-Man gets Cap to Iron Man, and he sends Force Works to help Jack Flag & Free Spirit defeat the Society)
Deathlok Vol.3 #7 (mentioned by Puff Adder and Black Mamba to have disbanded)
Captain America Vol.4 #30 (Serpent Society revealed to have reformed, again with Cobra as leader)

Serpent Squad I
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Viper I
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment: Eel I, Cobra
Former Members: None
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #163
List Of Appearances;
Captain America Vol.1 #163 (Viper and Eel breaks out of prison, the prison guards tries to stop them, but are helpless against the supervillains. To get over the prison wall, the Cobra helps them, and the three of them escapes in a car, the Serpent Squad is formed. They drives to their secret hideout. They begins to plan their revenge against Captain America and Falcon. Viper decides to call his old friend Quentin, to make him start an ad campaign fo him "the un-selling of Captain America". The campaign is to convince the public that Captain America is a glory-grabbing vigilante, despoiling the name of America. After Viper hangs on the phone, Eel tells him that he always has some nutty ideas. But Viper tells him "Wait and see. Never underestimate the power of advertising". Eel breaks in reading in the paper that Captain America is now in Virginia visiting his girlfriend. And the three of them decides to go after him and kill him. The three of them goes to Virginia, and arrives there the following evening. They breaks through the window to the room where Captain America and Falcon are present. Announcing themself as the Serpent Squad, and that they both must die, they attacks the heroes. Viper hurls one of his lethal darts against Captain America, but Captain America manages to evade the dart by using his shield. Then Viper is knocked down by him. Realizing that they need to regroup the three villains escapes, to find their weapons. Later at at Dave Cox's house, the Serpent Squad makes another attack against Captain America. Viper uses his Venom-Firer. When the villains realises that they can't bring Captain America out in the open, they goes down to Cox's house, and breaks the door. Realizing the Captain America has gone away, they tries to get Dave Cox to tell them where Captain America is. Dave refuses to tell them, and Cobra decides to ise his Cobra Convulsion Pistol against Dave, while Viper and Eel looks for Captain America. Suddenly Captain America comes down from the roof surprising the villains. Taking out Cobra and Eel with ease, Viper is about to use his Viper fangs, but Captain America smashes his shiled in the face of Viper knocking him out. After Cobra and Eel has been taken down the three of them are send to jail again...)
Final Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #163

Serpent Squad II
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Viper II
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment: Eel I, Princess Python, Cobra
Former Members: None
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #180
List Of Appearances;
Captain America Vol.1 #180 (on a road in Virginia, Madame Hydra stops a car with three US marshals and the original Viper. She kills the marshals, and tells Viper that she is now claiming the Viper name, and then guns him down as well. Meanwhile at a prison nearby Princess Python and her python attacks the police station, and frees Eel and Cobra, announcing that the Serpent Squad has been reborned. Eel tells her, that he knew his brother would work something out, but Princess Python tells him that his brother has nothing to do with the escape, and that she works with another one, who is about to liberate him. Later the new Serpent Squad holds their first "official" meeting. Eel asks Viper why she is wearing his brother's costume, whereto Viper answers that Viper was killed in a battle with the forces of the order. Eel is devistated with the loss of the only one he got. But Viper tells him to control himself, he will get his revenge soon. Cobra listesn to Viper's tale, and then challenges her leadership of the team by attacking her. Viper fights him off, telling him that he is lucky that she didn't have her fangs, because then he would be dead. She then shoots him with a dart dipped in paralysing venom. Cobra is defeated, and Viper ask the other tow if they wants to challenge her leadership as well. Later in Washington D.C, the first part of the plan starts when the Serpent Squad kidnaps a man in front of a cinema. Captain America as Nomad arrives, and fights the Serpent Squad, but accidently steps on his own cape, and falls, giving the Serpent Squad time to escape. Later in their secret headquaters, Viper tells her teammates that the man they have kidnapped is none other that the president of Roxxon Oil. She also introduces their silent partner Warlord Krang, who comes in through the door, with the Serpent Crown of Lemuria in his hands. In flashback Viper meets with Princess Python to form the new Serpent Squad)
Captain America Vol.1 #181 (Viper tells Warlord Krang about their run-in with Nomad, and that it didn't stop them from getting the president of Roxxon. Krang tells the other and Hugh Jones that he soon will be a willing pawn of the Serpent Squad. Hugh Jones cries to Viper that her being a woman, she can't let that happen, whereto Viper answers "Pig! you think my sex makes me soft?. You are wrong, Mr. Executive!. I am the hardest person you will ever encounter!". Krang tells the others how he got the Serpent Crown and how he joined forces with Viper, and when his tale ends, he puts the Serpent Crown on Jones' head. The then drives around Roxxon Oil with the hypnotized president, telling his employees that he will not be harmed if they don't take any actions against the Serpent Squad. Nearby Namor and Nomad are listening to the speaker, and Namor tells Nomad that the president is under the spell of the Serpent Crown. The Serpent Squad and Hugh Jones uses an aircraft to get to a offshore drill in the middle of the pacific. The Serpent Squad gets out of the aircraft, Eel blasts one of the Roxxon workers but without seriously harming the man, and the Squad announces to the workers that they will not be harmed, the workers tells the Squad that this is only a drilling rig and oil isn't that big a deal since the end of the oil crisis, whereto Krang answers "It's not the oil we want, fools--! We want the entire lost continent of Lemuria" And then the Squad begins to raise Lemuria. Suddenly Nomad attacks the Squad from behind. He easily defeats EEl and Princess Python, using Princess Python's python. WArlord Krang is also knocked down, but suddenly Viper arrives using a helicopter, and shooting at the people at the drilling rig. Warlord Krang takes off the Serpent Crown from Hugh Jones' head, and throws the crown to Viper, before leaving in the helicopter, Viper gets company from Cobra who manages to jump onboard. The two of them escapes, while Nomad defeats Warlord Krang. In flashback Krang uses the Serpent Crown to get in contact with Viper, and the two of them decides to form a partnership
Avengers Vol.1 #131 (mentioned to have lands in USA again, and begins a shoot-out with the police)
Captain America Vol.1 #182 (Nomad arrives at the shoot-out between the cops and Viper and Cobra. Cobra tells Viper that they're surrounded, and that they're going to die. Viper tells him that it's a price she is willing to pay. Cobra tells her that his intention was to get rich, but that she and Krang prevented it with their terrorisme. She tells him to cease his sniveling and she will now ask the Serpent Crown what to do. Cobra realizing he is trapped between the law and a manwoman. Viper puts on the Serpent Crown, and when the police tries to storm their hideout, Cobra and Viper guns 3 cops down. Suddenly the hideout begins to go up in flames. Cobra gets scarred and begins to hallucinate, seeing his former partner Mister Hyde in the smoke. Viper knocked him down, telling him to shut up, but is herself attacked by Nomad. Cobra joins the fight trying to defeat the hero, but is himself defeated. When Nomad tells Cobra and Viper that the only way they will survive is to come with him, Viper tells him that she'll rather die for the cause and that she and Cobra will be martyrs to the cause. Cobra changes his mind, telling Nomad that now he wants out. He tries to escape, but Viper shots him in the back. Suddenly the roof comes down on them, seperating Viper and Nomad. Nomad sees Cobra who is still alive, and rescues the villain, Viper seemingly dies in the flames. Cobra is taken to a hospital and this is the end of the second Serpent Squad....)
Final Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #182

Serpent Squad III
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Sidewinder
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment: Anaconda, Black Mamba, Death Adder
Former Members: None
First Appearance: Marvel Two-In-One #64
List Of Appearances;
Marvel Two-In-One #64 (The Thing and Stingray are attacked by the Serpent Squad, who are looking to deliver the Serpent Crown to their masters at Roxxon Oil)
Marvel Two-In-One #65 (Triton arrives to aid Thing and Stingray, and they skirmish, but Sidewinder gets away with the Crown)
Marvel Two-In-One #66 (Sidewinder delivers the Serpent Crown, the rest of the Serpent Squad are only shown in a flashback)
Iron Man Vol.1 #160 (Anaconda, Black Mamba & Death-Adder are sent to sabotage a Stark International animal-feeder, but Iron Man stops them)
Captain America Vol.1 #308 (Sidewinder frees former team mates to join new Serpent Society team)
Final Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #308
NOTE: The entire team became founding members of Serpent Sociaty (See: Serpent Society)

Serpent Squad IV
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Viper II
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment: Copperhead III, Black Racer, Puff Adder, Fer-De-Lance, Coachwhip, Boomslang
Former Members: None
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #337
List Of Appearances;
Captain America Vol.1 #337 (The Serpent Squad  attempt to rob a Las Vegas casino, but are defeated by the Captain, D-Man, Falcon & Nomad. All eight villains and heroes are arrested.)
Captain America Vol.1 #338 (Sidewinder breaks the four Serpent Squad members from jail. The Captain attempts to stop him, but Sidewinder bluffs him into believing he'd kill them otherwise.)
Captain America Vol.1 #341-342 (truth behind the new Serpent Squad learned, when Viper and her team tries to take over the Serpent Society. After the failed attempt, the Serpent Squad IV members all joins the Sertent Society except Viper II)
Final Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #342

Serpentina
See: Appendix,Futures, 2099, Serpentina

Sersi
Real Name: Sersi
Occupation: Adventurer, dancer, actress, stage magician, hedonist
Other Aliases: Circe, Sylvia Sersi, Mesmer
Place Of Birth: Olympia, Greece
Marital Status: Unmarried at present
Known Relatives: Helios (father), Perse (mother), Dane Whitman (aka Black Knight IV, Gann Josin)
Group Affiliation: The New Breed, Eternals of Earth, former member of the Avengers, Queen's Vengeance
Source Of Powers: Member of the race of superhumans known as the Eternals
Powers/Abilities: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, durability, agility and reflexes; able to manipulate cosmic energy to augment her life force, granting virtual immortality and invulnerability, project heat and light, rearrange the molecules of objects, flight, cast illusions, and teleport
First Appearance: Strange Tales Vol.1 #109
List Of Appearances:
Strange Tales Vol.1 #109 (revealed to have imprisoned imps in Pandora's Box in ancient times)
Eternals Vol.1 #3-5 (battled Deviants in New York City)
Eternals Vol.1 #6 (publicly revealed herself to be an Eternal, first met Dr. Samuel Holden)
Eternals Vol.1 #8(began romance with Dr. Holden)
Eternals Vol.1 #11-12 (participated in Ritual of the Uni-Mind)
Eternals Vol.1 #14-17 (alongside Eternals, fought Hulk robot and Dromedan)
Eternals Vol.1 #18 (had dance with Makkari)
Thor Vol.1 #284-287, 289 (met and became ally of Thor I)
Thor Vol.1 #291-292(participated in battle between Olympian gods and Eternals)
Thor Vol.1 #301 (restored Thor's damaged costume)
Contest of Champions #1 (among heroes gathered by Grandmaster and Death for their game)
Iron Man Annual 6/Iron Man Vol.1 #179 (captured by the Deviants, freed by Iron Man IV)
Avengers Vol.1 #246-248 (her party in New York invaded by the Delphan Brothers; Uni-Mind chose her to remain on Earth)
Eternals Vol.2 #1, 3-12 (saved Dave Chatterton from suicide; alongside Eternals, fought Deviants; witnessed Dave's heroic sacrifice)
Silver Surfer Annual 1 (Evolutionary War; fought Silver Sufer on behalf of the High Evolutionary)
Captain America Vol.1 #355, 357 (transformed Captain America into teenager for undercover work)
Avengers Vol.1 #308-310 (traveled into Negative Zone with Avengers to find Eternals,
seemingly killed by Blastaar, returned to life)
Avengers West Coast Vol.2 #56 (with Captain America, learnt of Human Torch I's return)
Avengers Annual 18/Avengers Coast Annual 4/Thor Annual 14/Fantastic Four Annual 22 (Atlantis Attacks; alongside Avengers, participated in "Atlantis Attacks")
Avengers Vol.1 #314-318 (joined Avengers, helped them defeat Nebula)
Avengers Vol.1 #319-324 (alongside Avengers, battled the Peace Corpse)
Avengers Vol.1 #325 (held party with the Avengers)
Avengers Annual 19 (alongside Avengers, fought Terminus)
Spectacular Spider-Man #168-170 (alongside Avengers, fought the Space Phantom)
Thor Vol.1 #420-421
Namor the Sub-Mariner #12 (seen at the Avengers mansion)
Avengers Vol.1 #326-328 (alongside Avengers, fought Surge and otherdimensional monsters)
Captain America Vol.1 #383 (attended birthday party for Captain America)
Avengers Vol.1 #329-331 (alongside Avengers, fought the Tetrachs of Entropy)
Avengers West Coast Vol.2 #69
Avengers Spotlight #40
X-Factor #66
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #348 (alongside Avengers, fought weapon dealers)
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #98-101 (alongside Avengers and Alpha Flight, fought the Corsortium)
Quasar #25 (aided Moondragon in defeating Gronk, Phobius and Helio)
Infinity Gauntlet #1, 6 (killed by Thanos, restored after his defeat)
Captain America Vol.1 #394 (with Quasar, fought Captain America in training drill)
Avengers Vol.1 #333-334 (attended grand opening of Avengers Headquarters)
Avengers Annual 20/Avengers West Coast Annual 6 (alongside Avengers, fought Deviant forces)
Namor the Sub-Mariner Annual 1 (attended birthday party for the Sub-Mariner)
Avengers Vol.1 #334-339 (captured by Thane Ector, fought Sibyl Dorn, became his ally, helped him form Uni-Mind to stop the Collector)
Eternals: The Herod Factor (alongside Eternals, fought Deviants)
Thor Vol.1 #437 (met with Hercules)
Captain America Vol.1 #395-397 (encountered Bad Girls Inc., let them steal Serpent Saucer)
Avengers Vol.1 #344
Captain America Annual 11 (in Babylonian times as a child, met Captain America and
Gilgamesh)
Thor Annual 17/Fantastic Four Annual 25/Avengers Annual 21 (alongside Avengers, fought Kang and Terminatrix)
Avengers Vol.1 #345-347/Iron Man Vol.1 #278-279/Captain America Vol.1 #399-401/Wonder Man Vol.2 #9 (Operation: Galactic Storm)
Avengers Vol.1 #350-351 (made the Black Knight her Gann Josin)
Infinity War #1
Avengers Vol.1 #352-354 (with the Avengers, fought the Grim Reaper)
Avengers Vol.1 #355-357 (with the Avengers, fought the Gatherers)
New Warriors Vol.1 #33-34/New Warriors Annual 3 (taken over by the Darkling, freed by New Warriors)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #403-404 (with Avengers, fought the Hulk)
Avengers Vol.1 #358-359 (slew murderer Anskar on Polemachus)
Avengers Vol.1 #360 (went mad, defeated by evil Vision)
Avengers Vol.1 #361 (prevented from returning to the Eternals)
Avengers Vol.1 #362 (fought the evil Vision)
Avengers Vol.1 #363-366
Avengers Annual 22 (with Avengers, fought Bloodwraith)
Infinity Crusade #1-6 (controlled by the Goddess)
Sleepwalker #27 (with Avengers, fought Sleepwalker)
Avengers Vol.1 #368-369/X-Men #26/Avengers West Coast Vol.2 #101/Uncanny X-Men #307 (Bloodties, fought Exodus)
Avengers West Coast Vol.2 #102 (voted against merging the West Coast and East Coast
Avengers)
Avengers Vol.1 #370-371 (used by Ghaur to form Deviant Uni-Mind, saved by Kro)
Quasar #58
Avengers Vol.1 #372-375 (madness revealed to have been caused by Proctor, went into exile with Black Knight IV)
Black Knight/Exodus(with Black Knight, fought Exodus in the past, returned to own time)
Heroes For Hire #4-7 (with Heroes For Hire, rescued Thena from the Deviants)
Avengers Vol.3 #1-4 (with the Avengers, fought Morgan Le Fay)
New Eternals #1 (with the Eternals, formed "New Breed" team, took alias of "Mesmer")

Seth
Real Name: Seth
Occupation: Egyptian god of evil and death
Other Aliases: The Serpent God, Lord of the Unliving
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Seperated
Known Relatives: Isis (mother), Horus (brother), Nepthys (wife), Osiris (step-father)
Group Affiliation: Gods of Heliopolis
Source Of Powers: Seth is a member of the race of superhumans known as the Egyptian gods of Heliopolis
Powers: Above normal intelligence, superhuman strenght, durability (regenerative), agility and reflexes, metahuman stamina, enhanced strenght, besides the ability to project destructive force from his hands, and to cast mystical spells
First Appearance: Thor Vol.1 #240
List Of Appearances;
Thor Vol.1 #240
Marvel Two-In-One #22-23
Thor Vol.1 #386
Thor Vol.1 #390
Thor Vol.1 #395-397 (granted Earth-Force superpowers)
Thor Vol.1 #398-400
Thunderstrike #23-25

Seth-Amon
Real Name: Seth-Amon
Occupation: Pharaoh in Egypt
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Egypt somewhere between 2700 and 2500 B.C
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None. Seth-Amon possessed the Golden Beetle, who could hypnotize people
History: Seth-Amon was the pharaoh of Egypt, and possessed the "Golden Beetle", a small item, with hypnotic abilities for the one who possessed the "Golden Beetle" (see: Appendix; Items: Golden Beetle)
First Appearance: Master of Kung-Fu #26
List of Appearances:
Master of Kung-Fu #26 (Seth-Amon was the Pharaoh of Egypt somewhere around 2700-2500 B.C (based upon the fact that there was build a pyramid for him), his pyramid was build near the present day city of El-Khârga. The legends told that Pharaoh Seth-Amon possessed the “Golden Beetle” with ruby eyes, the legend tells that Seth-Amon believed the ruby eyes of the “Golden Beetle” to possess hypnotic powers. In the present in the burial chamber of Seth-Amon, the Golden Beetle is found but without the ruby eyes, they are found in Seth-Amon’s sarcoghagus in place of Seth-Amon’s eyes)

Severinson, Mr.
Real Name: Severinson (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Unrevealed
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #40
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #40 (Stardust Miseries, caught in the middle of Enchantress' plans for Wonder Man)

Seyfert, Chris
Real Name: Christopher Seyfert
Occupation: Student
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Presumed Antigo, Wisconsin
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Pete Seyfert (father), unnamed mother (whereabouts unknown), Juston Seyfert (older brother), Rick (uncle)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Chris wears glasses, and suffors from heavy migraine
First Appearance: Sentinel #1
History:
List of Appearances:
Sentinel #1
Sentinel #2
Sentinel #3
Sentinel #6
Sentinel #7
Sentinel #9
Sentinel #12

Seyfert, Juston
Real Name: Juston Seyfert
Occupation: High school student
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Presumed Antigo, Wisconsin
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Pete Seyfert (father), unnamed mother (whereabouts unknown), Chris Seyfert (younger brother), Rick (uncle)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Innovative, good with electrical devices
First Appearance: Sentinel #1
History:
List of Appearances:
Sentinel #1
Sentinel #2
Sentinel #3
Sentinel #4
Sentinel #5
Sentinel #6
Sentinel #7
Sentinel #8
Sentinel #9
Sentinel #10
Sentinel #11
Sentinel #12

Seyfert, Pete
Real Name: Peter Seyfert
Occupation: owner of Seyfert Salvage
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: unnamed ex-wife (whereabouts unknown), Juston Seyfert (son), Chris Seyfert (son), Rick (brother?)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Sentinel #1
History:
List of Appearances:
Sentinel #1
Sentinel #2
Sentinel #3
Sentinel #5
Sentinel #6
Sentinel #7
Sentinel #12

Seyfert Salvage
See: Appendix: M.U Companies: Seyfert Salvage

Seymour
Real Name: Seymour (last name unrevealed)
Occupation: Astrologer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Los Angeles, California
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Abilities: Seymour is adept at reading the stars and making predictions based on his findings
First Appearance: Solo Avengers #10
List of Appearances:
Solo Avengers #10 (Seymour the All Seeing has seen in the stars, and calculated that Los Angeles will sink into the sea at 12 o'clock. He calls Los Angeles Journal to tell them that the city is in great danger, but they don't believe him, and hangs on the phone. He rushed to a local tv station, but they throws him out. After having tried newspapers, tv stations and radio stations, he decides to go to the Exposition Center, where the 1988 Los Angeles Manufacturers Exposition is being held. He tries to persuade Mr. Johnson to try to evacuate the city, but Mr. Johnson doesn't believe him either. Suddenly one of the criminals who has tries to steal a valurable star from the exposition, is hit by one of Hawkeye's arrows, and falls ino a scale model of Los Angeles. Now Seymour's prediction avbout the city of Los Angeles destruction comes true just not the real city, but a scale model. After the criminals has been taken away, the press is taking with Seymour, asking him all sorts of questions. Seymour answers that he can't just predict something here and now, but that he has now decided to go into politics, for the man who is destined to be president of USA, Richard Obadiah Johnson)

Sha-Shan
Real Name: Sha-Shan
Occupation:
Other Aliases: (former) Sister Moon
Place Of Birth: Vietnam
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: unnamed father (deceased), Achmed Korba (ex-husband, aka Brother Power, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Legion Of Light
Source Of Powers: Given powers by Man-Beast
Powers:
First Appearance (as Sha-Shan):
First Appearance (as Sister Moon): Spectacular Spider-Man #12
List Of Appearances;
Spectacular Spider-Man #12 (first appeared as Sister Moon)
Spectacular Spider-Man #13
Spectacular Spider-Man #14
Spectacular Spider-Man #15 (death of ex-husband, lost powers)

Shadowcat
Real Name: Katherine Pryde
Occupation: Adventurer, former student, bartender, SHIELD agent
Other Aliases: Ariel, Sprite, Shadowcat
Place Of Birth: Deerfield, Illinois
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Carmen Pryde (father, deceased), Teresa Pryde (mother), Samuel Prydeman (paternal grandfather, deceased), Chava Rosanoff (great-aunt, deceased)
Group Affiliation: X-Men, former member of Excalibur, SHIELD II, New Mutants
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Genius, she has the ability to pass (phase) through solid matter by passing her atoms through the spaces between the atoms of the object through which she is moving. Can disrupt electronics by phasing through them. Besides that she is a moderate expertise of martial arts, and speaks fluent english, japanese, russian and some Shi'Ar
First Appearance (as Kitty Pryde): "Uncanny" X-Men #129
First Appearance (as Sprite): "Uncanny" X-Men #139
First Appearance (as Ariel): Uncanny X-Men #171
First Appearance (as Shadowcat): Kitty Pryde And Wolverine #1
List Of Appearances;
"Uncanny" X-Men #129-131
"Uncanny" X-Men #138-139
"Uncanny" X-Men #141-143
Uncanny X-Men #151-152
Uncanny X-Men #166
X-Men and the Micronauts #1 (Tries to phase though Baron Karza, but they switch minds. Karza retains mental control of his body from hers, leaving Kitty unable to do anything.)
X-Men and the Micronauts #2 (In Karza’s body is left on Homeworld. Is finally able to take control when Karza, in her body is defeated.)
X-Men and the Micronauts #3 (Tries to cope with being in Karza’s body.)
X-Men and the Micronauts #4 (Goes to the Entity’s planet and confronts Karza. Gets own body back.)
Uncanny X-Men #171
Wolverine Vol.1 #4
Uncanny X-Men #177-179
New Mutants Vol.1 #15-17
Uncanny X-Men #183
Kitty Pryde And Wolverine #1-6
Uncanny X-Men #211 (seriously wounded, Mutant Massacre)
Fantastic Four Vs. X-Men #1-4
Excalibur Special Edition #1
Excalibur #33
Marvel Comics Presents #31 (alongside Excalibur fought robots resembling cartoon characters sent by Arcade)
Marvel Comics Presents #32 (defeated some of the robots)
Marvel Comics Presents #33
Marvel Comics Presents #34
Marvel Comics Presents #35
Marvel Comics Presents #36
Marvel Comics Presents #37
Marvel Comics Presents #38
Damage Control #4 (In flashback, while working on the Danger Room, is interrupted by Gene Strausser. Helps other Damage Control members who get trapped inside.)
X-Men Unlimited #38 (saws Danny Wycenko, believed him to be Colossus; finally confronted him, befriended him, asked by him to tell about Colossus)
Excalibur Vol.1 #50-125
Deadpool Vol.3 #23
Mekanix #1
Mekanix #2
Mekanix #3
Mekanix #4
Mekanix #5
Mekanix #6
X-Treme X-Men #45
X-Treme X-Men #46
Uncanny X-Men #444
Astonishing X-Men Vol.3 #1
Astonishing X-Men Vol.3 #3
Nightcrawler #3 (having a fencing match with Nightcrawler, which she wins)
Nightcrawler #4
(helps Nightcrawler in the Dakota Building, defeating Dr. Childs and his guests, saves Seth Walker from the demon Pazuzu, by using her power to ”phase” the demon out of Seth)

Shadow-Hand
Real Name: Li Chun
Occupation: Professional criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The Si-Fan
Source of Powers: None; his hands have been surgically replaced with morningstars
Cause of Death: Crushed against stone wall by Shang-Chi
First Appearance: Master of Kung Fu: Bleeding Black #1
List of Appearances:
Master of Kung Fu: Bleeding Black #1 (sought to claim leadership of the Si-Fan; with Zaran II, fought Shang-Chi, defeated by him in combat)
Final Appearance: Master of Kung Fu: Bleeding Black #1

Shadow-Slasher
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Martial artist
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Abilities: Expert martial artist, armed with ninja weaponry
First Appearance: Master of Kung Fu #97
List Of Appearances:
Master of Kung Fu #97 (Shadow Slasher arrives at the airport, from Hong Kong. He is determined to fight Shang-Chi. When he actually finds Shang-Chi, he says “So they say you’re the son of Fu Manchu, Prove it”, and the two of them begins to fight, Shang-Chi is while fighting Shadow Slasher also trying to take care of one of Mandy Greville’s new students a blind girl, but he fights off Shadow Slasher, who runs away, saying he’ll be back. Later in the park, Shadow Slasher once again attacks Shang-Chi, but again Shang-Chi defeats his enemy, who again escapes. Shang-Chi places the blind girl with Reston, while preparing for the final battle with Shadow Slasher. In the streets, Shadow Slasher meets with Shang-Chi again, telling him, that he is tired of the constant reminding every time he fights someone, they always claim that the great Shang-Chi is better than he is and that he would be humbled by the mere presence of him, and that‘s the reason why he attacks Shang-Chi to prove his worth. They begins their final battle, which Shang-Chi once again wins, but Shadow Slasher manages to escape once more. Shang-Chi goes to Reston, and he, the blind girl and Reston takes the car and drives to Stormhaven.  When they stops, Reston discovers that the lock of the trunk has been broken, and before he can do anything Shadow Slasher jumps out, and begins to attack Shang-Chi again. Shang-Chi beats the man for the final times, and he is left to the police)

Shadow-Stalker
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Assassin
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The Si-Fan
Source of Powers: None
Abilities: The Shadow-Stalker wears a morningstar in his hair which he is proficient at using in combat
First Appearance: Giant-Size Master of Kung-Fu #3
List of Appearances:
Giant-Size Master of Kung Fu #3 (sent by Fu Manchu to battle Shang-Chi, defeated)
Master of Kung Fu #28 (saved Shang-Chi from Fah Lo Suee; offered Shang the protection of the Si-Fan)

Shakti
See: Appendix, Futures, 2099, Shakti

Shalak
Real Name: Shalak of Ven
Occupation: Scientist
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Atlantis
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Shalak is an Atlantean
Powers: Breath under water like all Atlanteans
First Appearance: Namor, The Sub-Mariner #15
List Of Appearances:
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #15 (came to take Namor to Atlantis)

Shalla Bal
Real Name: Shalla Bal
Occupation: Empress of Zenn-La
Other Aliases: Helena
Place Of Birth: Planet Zenn-La, Deneb System, Milky Way Galaxy
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Anddar Bal (father)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Member of the race of aliens known as Zenn-Lavians, enhanced by a portion of the Silver Surfer's power
Powers: Long life span, able to generate plant growth within her vicinity
First Appearance: Silver Surfer Vol.1 #1
List Of Appearances:
Silver Surfer Vol.1 #1 (flashback, separated from Norrin Radd when he became the Silver Surfer)
Silver Surfer Vol.1 #3 (first used as a pawn by Mephisto against the Silver Surfer)
Silver Surfer Vol.1 #6, 8
Silver Surfer Vol.1 #10-11 (with Yarro Gort, traveled to Earth; returned to Zenn-La)
Silver Surfer Vol.1 #16-17 (again used as a pawn by Mephisto)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #155-157 (transported by Mephisto to Latveria and caused by him to believe that she was a Latverian peasant named Helena)
Silver Surfer Vol.2 #1 (escaped destruction of Zenn-La's ecosphere by Galactus, was abducted to Earth by Mephisto, received portion of Silver Surfer's power cosmic, returned to Zenn-La and used this power to restore its ecosphere)
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #2 (first appeared as Empress of Zenn-La)
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #7 (told by Silver Surfer that their romance was over)
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #8-9 (held hostage with Mantis by Elders, was rescued by Silver Surfer)
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #20 (met Kree leader Nenora)
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #21 (asked Silver Surfer to protect Zenn-La from Obliterator)
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #25-31 (made alliance with Skrull Empress S'byll against Kree, informed by Cotati that Nenora was a disguised Skrull, was captured by Nenora's Kree Sentry, freed by Cotati, told S'byll and Surfer about Nenora's true nature, returned to Zenn-La by Surfer)
Silver Surfer: The Enslavers (taken captive by the Enslavers, was reunited with Silver Surfer)
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #50 (flashback, told Norrin Radd of his father's death)
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #57 (flashback, how Shalla Bal and Norrin Radd first met recounted)
Silver Surfer: Homecoming (abducted with planet Zenn-La by the Great One, was reunited with Silver Surfer, disintigrated along with Great One's pocket universe)
Silver Surfer/Warlock: Resurrection #2-4 (rescued from Mephisto's realm by Silver Surfer and Adam Warlock)

Shaman
Real Name: Michael Twoyoungmen
Occupation: Adventurer, doctor
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth:
Marital Status: Widower
Known Relatives: Kathryn Twoyoungmen (wife, deceased), Elizabeth Twoyoungmen (daughter, aka Talisman III), great-grandfather (deceased)
Group Affiliation: Alpha Flight
Source of Powers:
Powers/Abilities:
Cause of Death: Killed in battle with The Collective
First Appearance: "Uncanny X-Men" #120
History:
List of Appearances:
"Uncanny X-Men" #120-121 (first battled X-Men)
"Uncanny" X-Men #129 (battled X-Men again)
"Uncanny" X-Men #139-140
Marvel Two-In-One #83-84
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #1 (Government disbanded team, Guardian I reforms the team as a non-government team, with the original members and newcomers Marrina and Puck)
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #5 (flashback, as a child his daughter blamed her father for the death of Kathryn)
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)

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 #??

Shang-Chi
Real Name: Shang-Chi
Occupation: Adventurer, secret agent, former fisherman
Other Aliases: Master Of Kung-Fu, Chai Phen (imposter)
Place Of Birth: Fu Manchu's fortress in Honan, People's Republic of China
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Fu Manchu (father, deceased), unnamed mother, Fah Lo Suee (half-sister, aka Cursed Lotus), Moving Shadow (half-brother, deceased), Shaka Kharn (ancestor, deceased), unnamed clone ("brother", deceased)
Group Affiliation: Former MI-6 agent, Marvel Knights, Heroes for Hire, Freelance Restorations, briefly the leader of the Si-Fan
Source Of Powers: None
Abilities: Above normal intelligence, greatest living practioner of Kung-Fu, expert at related martial arts
First Appearance: Special Marvel Edition #16
List Of Appearances;
Special Marvel Edition #15 (sent by father to kill Dr. Petrie, learned from Sir Denis Nayland Smith that Shang-Chi's father Fu Manchu was the true evil person and not Dr. Petrie, confronted father and left him in anger)
Special Marvel Edition #16 (in Central Park fought muggers Hell's Ryders, watched by Midnight, later got challenge from Midnight, a challenge to fight to the death, fought Midnight, death of former friend)
Master Of Kung-Fu #17-19
Giant-Size Spider-Man #2 (met Spider-Man)
Giant-Size Master Of Kung-Fu #3
Master Of Kung-Fu #26 (alongside Sir Denis Nayland Smith pays Robert Greville a visit in the egyptian city of El-Khârga, Sir Denis and Shang-Chi learns that Fah Lo Suee is looking for the pharaoh Seth-Amon legendary "Golden Beetle". While at the bar, Fu Manchu and his Si-Fan assassins appears and begins to fight Shang-Chi, he manage to defeat them but they all escapes. In flashback, Shang-Chi remembers his first meeting with his sister Fah Lo Suee. Later he comes to pay Robert Greville another visit only to learn than he has been kidnapped, he learns that Fah Lo Suee has kidnapped him. He goes to Seth-Amon's pyramid alongside Sir Denis only to learn that Fah Lo Suee is the one nehind the dissapearing of Robert Greville. While they're talking in theburial champer of the pyramid, Fu Manchu's Si-Fan assassins attacks again. Shang-Chi manage to defeat them all, but before he can get Fah Lo Suee she escapes with the ruby eyes of the Golden Beetle, just before Fu Manchu blows up the pyramid, Shang-Chi and Sir Denis manage to escape)
Master Of Kung-Fu #29-31 (fought Razor-fist I)
Master Of Kung-Fu #33-35
Master Of Kung-Fu #38-39
Master Of Kung-Fu Annual 1 (met Iron Fist)
Master Of Kung-Fu #42-43 (fought Shock-Wave)
Master Of Kung-Fu #45-51
Deadly Hands Of Kung-Fu #31
Marvel Two-In-One #29 (met Thing)
Master Of Kung-Fu #59-61
Master Of Kung-Fu #77-79 (fought Zaran)
Master Of Kung-Fu #84-89
Master Of Kung-Fu #94
Master Of Kung-Fu #118 (death of father)
Rom #38-39
Master Of Kung-Fu #125 (retired)
Marvel Comics Presents #1 (Crossing Lines, fought some assassins, reunited with Leiko, Tarr and Reston once again)
Marvel Comics Presents #2
Marvel Comics Presents #3 (found Leiko Wu's hand)
Marvel Comics Presents #4
Marvel Comics Presents #5
Marvel Comics Presents #6
Marvel Comics Presents #7 (on the hunt for Argus and Leiko, finally confronted him)
Marvel Comics Presents #8 (defeated Argus, found Leiku, thought she was dead, learned she had just passed out)
Master Of Kung-Fu: Bleeding Magic #1 (fought Zaran)
Elektra #16 (Sought after Hand with Elektra; met Kingpin.)

Shang-Chi (clone)
Real Name: Unrevealed, if any
Occupation: Assassin
Other Aliases: None
Place of Creation: Fortress of Fu Manchu, Honan, China
Creator: Fu Manchu
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Fu Manchu ("father", deceased), Fah Lo Suee ("sister"), Shang-Chi ("brother")
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Cause of Death: Impaled upon shard of glass after falling through window
First Appearance: Master of Kung Fu #116
List of Appearances:
Master of Kung Fu #116 (revealed to have existed since Shang-Chi's birth, trained by Cho Lin)
Master of Kung Fu #118 (fought Shang-Chi in Honan Fortress, slain by him in battle)
Final Appearance: Master of Kung Fu #118

Shank, Otto
Real Name: Otto Shank
Occupation: Professional criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed location in Germany
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
Cause Of Death: Shot by Dakota North
First Appearance: Dakota North #1
History:
List Of Appearances:
Dakota North #1 (hired by Cleo Vanderlip to cause some trouble for Luke Jacobson and Dakota North, shot in gun-fight with Dakota)
Final Appearance: Dakota North #1

Shana
Real Name: Shana (last name unrevealed)
Occupation: Child
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #267
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #267 (Meets Spider-Man when he comes to the suburbs.)

Shanna The She-Devil
Real Name: Shanna O'Hara Plunder
Occupation: Adventurer, hunter, former veterinarian and ecologist
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed location in Zaire (now Democratic Republic of Congo)
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Gerald O'Hara (father, deceased), Patricia O'Hara (mother, deceased), Robert O'Hara (paternal uncle), Mele (1.husband, deceased), Leila (stepdaughter, deceased), Kevin Plunder (2.husband, aka Ka-Zar), Matthew Kyle Plunder (son), Robert Plunder (father-in-law, deceased), Blanche Plunder (mother-in-law, deceased), Parnival Plunder (brother-in-law, aka Plunderer)
Group Affiliation: Partner of Ka-Zar
Source Of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Shanna is an Olympic class athlete with extraordinary agility who has honed her hunting, foraging and fighting skills to the limit of human capacity. She is also a trained veterinarian and is highly skilled at dealing with wild animals
First Appearance: Shanna The She-Devil #1
History: Shanna O'Hara was the only child of Gerald O'Hara, a wealthy american who had farming and diamond mining operations, among others, throughout Africa (see: O'Hara, Gerald). Born in Africa, Shanna spend her early childhood living there with her parents in a jungle area.
When Shanna was 6 years old, her mother's pet leopard began killing Gerald's livestook. Gerald went to shoot the leopard, but mistakenly fatally shot his wife instead, before Shanna's eyes (see: O'Hara, Patricia). This incident which began Shanna's lifelong loathing of firearms, so traumatized he girl that her father decided to send her to USA, living with some relatives
List Of Appearances:
Shanna The She-Devil #1
Shanna The She-Devil #2
Shanna The She-Devil #3 (helped overthrown the king of New Crete, and re-instate the rightful king)
Shanna The She-Devil #4
Shanna The She-Devil #5
Ka-Zar Vol.2 #1
Ka-Zar Vol.2 #2
Daredevil Vol.1 #110

Daredevil Vol.1 #111
Daredevil Vol.1 #112
Daredevil Vol.1 #113
Savage Tales Vol.1 #10/Rampaging Hulk Vol.1 #9
Ka-Zar The Savage #29 (Married Ka-Zar)
Marvel Comics Presents #13 (learned that Philip Milford was responsible for the murder of his own wife)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #16 (in flashback found Kazar's and her home destroyed)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #17 (alongside Griffin, helps Namor, Namorita nad Carrie Alexander escape)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #18 (alongside Namor and Namorita fought the forces of Super-Skrull and Ward Meachum)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #19 (learns that Kazar is in New York City)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #21 (reunited with her husband in New York City)
Marvel Comics Presents #68
Marvel Comics Presents #69
Marvel Comics Presents #70
Marvel Comics Presents #71
Marvel Comics Presents #72
Marvel Comics Presents #73
Marvel Comics Presents #74
Marvel Comics Presents #75
Marvel Comics Presents #76
Marvel Comics Presents #77

Ka-Zar Vol.3 #13
Ka-Zar Vol.3 #14

Sensationel Spider-Man #13
Sensationel Spider-Man #14
Sensationel Spider-Man #15

Shannon
Real Name: Shannon (last name unrevealed)
Occupation: Student at E.S.U
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Emma Frost #14
History:
List of Appearances:
Emma Frost #14 (in one of Professor Mason's classes, begins to discuss the mutants that seems to be appearing more and more)

Shape
See: Appendix, Earth-S, Shape

Shaper Of Worlds
Real Name: Unrevealed (perhaps inapplicable)
Occupation: Reality manipulator
Other Aliases: (former) Skrull Cosmic Cube
Place Of Creation: Unnamed planet of the Skrull Empire
Marital Status: Unrevealed (perhaps inapplicable)
"Known Relatives": Kubik (aka Cosmic Cube from Earth), Kosmos (aka Beyonder) both created from some source as Shaper Of Worlds
Group Affiliation: Partner of Glorian
Source Of Powers: Alien matter-energy construct
Powers: Extremely high intelligence and strenght, godlike stamina, warp-flight-speed, able to restructure finite pockets of reality
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #155
List Of Appearances;
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #155
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #136-137 (first met Glorian)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #190-191
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #267
Captain America Annual 7 (origin)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #319
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #355-356
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #359

Shapeshifter
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Warrior serving in the Royal Elite of the Shi'ar Imperial Guard
Other Aliases: "Shift"
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The Imperial Guard
Source Of Powers: Unrevealed, possibly a member of the Skrull race
Powers: Able to shapeshift
First Appearance: "Uncanny" X-Men #107
List Of Appearances:
"Uncanny" X-Men #107-108 (joined in Imperial Guard's battle on behalf of Emperor D'Ken on nameless Shi'ar Empire planet; attacked the X-Men)
X-Men Spotlight On: Starjammers #2 (on Deathbird's behalf, joined Imperial Guard members in battle against Excalibur and Starjammers)
Avengers Vol.1 #345 (Operation: Galactic Storm; impersonated Shi'ar commander during Kree-Shi'ar War, persuaded Shi'ar praetor to attack Avengers)
Avengers West Coast Vol.2 #81 (Operation: Galactic Storm; impersonated Dr. Minerva in order to capture Captain Atlas)

"Shark" Armstrong
Real Name: Armstrong (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Mob boss in Brooklyn
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affilliation: Leader of own crime organization
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #241
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #241 (Attends meeting with "Little John" Giovanni and is attacked by the Punisher, but saved by Captain America. He is taken into custody.)

Sharkskin
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Adventurer, Defender
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Atlantis
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affilliation: SURF, Atlanteans
Source of Power: Genetic mutation
Powers: Aquatic, superhuman strength, invulnerability, regeneration, razorsharp skin
First Appearance: New Mutants Annual 5
List of Appearances:
New Mutants Annual 5 (fought a Deviant Monster; with New Mutants and Namorita)

Shatter-Box (I)
Real Name: Galen Bailey
Occupation: Still a minor
Other Aliases: Shatter-Box
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Mr. Bailey (father, presumed living), Sara Grey Bailey (mother, deceased), Joey Bailey (brother, aka Shatter-Box, deceased), John Grey (maternal grandfather, deceased), Elaine Grey (maternal grandmother, deceased), Jean Grey Summers (maternal aunt, aka Marvel Girl, presumed deceased), Scott Summers (uncle, aka Cyclops), Brian Grey (greatuncle, deceased), Julia Grey (greataunt, deceased), Phyllis Dennefer (greataunt, deceased), Roy Dennefet (greatuncle, deceased), Roger (excact relationship not revealed, deceased), Julian (relationship not revealed, deceased), Terry Maguire (excact relationship not revealed, deceased), Liam (excact relationship not revealed, deceased), Fred Harriman (excact relationship not revealed, deceased), Bekka Willis (excact relationship not revealed, deceased), Mary-Margaret (excact relationship not revealed, deceased), Kindra (excact relationship not revealed, deceased), Derry Campbell (excact relationship not revealed, deceased)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers/Abilities:
Final Appearance (as Galen Bailey):
First Appearance (as Shatter-Box): X-Factor #35
History:
List Of Appearance:
X-Factor #35 (alongside Nanny and her young mutants fought Cyclops and Marvel Girl)
X-Factor #40 (freed from Nanny's captive by X-Factor)
Uncanny X-Men #467

Shatter-Box (II)
Real Name: Joey Bailey
Occupation: Still a minor
Other Aliases: Shatter-Box
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Mr. Bailey (father, presumed living), Sara Grey Bailey (mother, deceased), Galen Bailey (sister, aka Shatter-Box, deceased), John Grey (maternal grandfather, deceased), Elaine Grey (maternal grandmother, deceased), Jean Grey Summers (maternal aunt, aka Marvel Girl, presumed deceased), Scott Summers (uncle, aka Cyclops), Brian Grey (greatuncle, deceased), Julia Grey (greataunt, deceased), Phyllis Dennefer (greataunt, deceased), Roy Dennefet (greatuncle, deceased), Roger (excact relationship not revealed, deceased), Julian (relationship not revealed, deceased), Terry Maguire (excact relationship not revealed, deceased), Liam (excact relationship not revealed, deceased), Fred Harriman (excact relationship not revealed, deceased), Bekka Willis (excact relationship not revealed, deceased), Mary-Margaret (excact relationship not revealed, deceased), Kindra (excact relationship not revealed, deceased), Derry Campbell (excact relationship not revealed, deceased)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers/Abilities:
Final Appearance (as Joey Bailey):
First Appearance (as Shatter-Box): X-Factor #35
History:
List Of Appearance:
X-Factor #35 (alongside Nanny and her young mutants fought Cyclops and Marvel Girl)
X-Factor #40 (freed from Nanny's captive by X-Factor)
Uncanny X-Men #467

Shatterstar II
Real Name: Gaveedra-7
Occupation: Adventurer, warrior
Other Aliases: Benjamin Russell
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed, presumed an unidentified location in an alternate future of Mojo's dimension
Martial Status: Married
Known Relatives: Windsong (wife)
Group Affiliation: Former member of X-Force, Cadre Alliance
Source Of Powers: Genetic engineering
Powers: Above normal intelligence, enhanced strenght, speed, stamina, agility and reflexes, enchanced regenerative durability, besides the ability to generate bio-energy, which he projects through his sword
First Appearance: New Mutants Vol.1 #99
List Of Appearances;
New Mutants Vol.1 #99-100 (joined X-Force)
New Mutants Annual 7 (with X-Force fought Alliance Of Evil)
New Warriors Annual 1 (fought Night Trasher and Silhouette)
Uncanny X-Men Annual 15 (with X-Force, New Warriors and Moira MacTaggart's X-Men fought Harkness)
X-Factor Annual 6 (with X-Force, New Warriors, X-Factor and Moira MacTaggart's X-Men fought Proteus II)
X-Force #1 (fought MLF)
X-Force #3-4 (with Spider-Man fought Juggernaut and Black Tom)
Spider-Man Vol.1 #16 (with Spider-Man fought Juggernaut and Black Tom)
X-Force #6-8 (fought Brotherhood of Evil Mutants IV)
X-Force Annual 1 (returned to Mojo's dimension)

Shaw, Mr.
Real Name: Shaw (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: General involved in Operation: Rebirth
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel Super-Heroes Vol.3 #3
List of Appearances:
Marvel Super-Heroes Vol.3 #3 (Flashback. Discusses whether or not Dominic Fortune would make a good Super-Soldier.)

She-Hulk
Real Name: Jennifer Walters
Occupation: Attorney, assistant D.A, adventurer, former criminal defense lawyer
Other Aliases: Jade Giantess, Glamazonia
Place Of Birth: Los Angeles, California
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Morris Walters (father), Elaine Banner Walters (mother, deceased), Mrs. Drake (aunt, presumed deceased), Brian Banner (maternal uncle, deceased), Rebecca Banner (aunt, deceased), Robert Bruce Banner (cousin, aka Hulk I), "Betty" Ross Banner (cousin-by-marriage, deceased), Sue Banner Drake (maternal aunt, presumed deceased), Mr. Drake (uncle, presumed deceased), Cassandra Walters Pike (paternal aunt), unnamed uncle (presumed deceased), David Pike (cousin, aka Brawn)
Group Affiliation: Avengers. Formerly Fantastic Four, Fantastic Force, Brides of Set, Heroe For Hire, Queen's Vengeance
Source Of Powers: Given a Gamma-irradiated blood-transfusion from cousin
Powers: Above normal intelligence, superhuman strenght, stamina, and durability, high resistance to disease and temperature extremes
First Appearance: Savage She-Hulk #1
List Of Appearances;
Savage She-Hulk #1 (received bloodtransfusion from cousin, transforming her into She-Hulk)
Savage She-Hulk #2-25
Avengers Vol.1 #221 (joined Avengers)
Dazzler #14
Secret Wars #1

Secret Wars #7
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #265 (returned to Earth as Fantastic Four member)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #259 (at the Baxter Building, Reed is talking to She-Hulk, Reed tells her that he is trying to communicate with the alien costume)
Avengers Annual 14 (as member of Fantastic Four, after learning that the Avengers are not skrulls and is infact the real ones, teams up with them to take down Zabyk)
X-Men Vs Avengers #1
X-Men Vs Avengers #2
X-Men Vs Avengers #3
X-Men Vs Avengers #4
Marvel Graphic Novel #18

Solo Avengers #14
Marvel Graphic Novel: The Aladdin Effect
X-Factor #32
Marvel Comics Presents #18 (bored at christmas, called her friend Thing)
Damage Control #1 (With the Avengers, fought the Alternator Bug-Bot.)
Damage Control II #2 (Receives a distress call from Jarvis, crashes through Damage Control’s wall.)
Damage Control II #3 (Tries to help Damage Control with repairs on the Daily Bugle, but is attacked by New and Improved. Afterward tries to move the Bugle building, but it falls over.)
Sensational She-Hulk #1-60
Marvel Fanfare Vol.1 #48 (Comes to Los Angeles to help her friend Dylan Cavanaugh against his employeer Mr. Ogden, Helps him defeat Mr. Ogden. Later She-Hulk is announced as one of the judges in a body building contest. Suddenly her father comes in at the press conference, he is angry that she hasn't called him telling him that she is in town. In the crowd a lady is watching, planning to kill She-Hulk some time later. The woman is later revealed to be Cassandra Pike, She-Hulk's aunt, who has given her son a strenght building formula giving him superhuman strength. Cassandra orders her son to attack and kill She-Hulk and Morris Walters, but She-Hulk defeats her cousin, but them manage to escape)
Thunderstrike #16
Fantastic Force #15-16
Heroes for Hire #11-13
Avengers Vol.3 #1-3
New Warriors Vol.2 #10 (hired as attorney for Nova)
Avengers Annual '99 (In flashback just after Onslaught, tells Black Widow she will rejoin the Avengers when she is less busy.)
Avengers Vol.3 #72 (Search for She-Hulk, Part 1)
Avengers Vol.3 #73 (Search for She-Hulk, Part 2)
Avengers Vol.3 #74 (Search for She-Hulk, Part 3)
Avengers Vol.3 #75 (Search for She-Hulk, Part 4)
She-Hulk Vol.3 #1 (fired by Blake Towers. With the Avengers fought MODOK, AIM and Blizzard. Later at a bar attacked by Blizzard, but instead of fighting back, offered him to drink with her, got Blizzard so drunk he passed out. Offered a new job by Holden Holliway, but as Jennifer Walters, not as She-Hulk, changed to human form, and accepted the offered job, just in time before she passed out herself do to her drinking as She-Hulk)
Avengers Vol.3 #81 (with Captain America pays Mrs. Shorr a visit. Mrs. Shorr is the mother of Kelsey Leigh the woman who sacrificed her own life to save Captain America)
Avengers Vol.3 #82
She-Hulk Vol.3 #5 (arrived at the "Big House", unknownly used as part of a huge escape from the "Big House"
She-Hulk Vol.3 #6 (at Timely Plaza, plan revealed as all the supervillains comes to sight from She-Hulk's body. With Yellowjacket fought and defeated them)
She-Hulk Vol.3 #7
She-Hulk Vol.3 #8
She-Hulk Vol.3 #9
She-Hulk Vol.3 #10
She-Hulk Vol.3 #11
She-Hulk Vol.3 #12
She-Hulk Vol.4 #1

She-Hulk Vol.4 #2
She-Hulk Vol.4 #3
She-Hulk Vol.4 #4
She-Hulk Vol.4 #5
She-Hulk Vol.4 #6
She-Hulk Vol.4 #7
She-Hulk Vol.4 #8
Giant-Size Hulk Vol.2 #1
She-Hulk Vol.4 #9
She-Hulk Vol.4 #10
She-Hulk Vol.4 #11

She-Hulk (imposter)
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Warrior
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Planet Xarta
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: "Carbon-Copy Avengers"
Source Of Powers: Alien
Powers: Metamorphs who can transform into any other kind of living beings, taking on that being's physiology, and even any superhumanoid powers it has in the process. Can turn invisible and withstand the vacuum of space for brief periods
First Appearance: X-Factor #32
History:
List Of Appearances:
X-Factor #32 (Xartan impersonating She-Hulk fought X-Factor)

"She-Thing"
Real Name: Sharon Ventura
Occupation: Criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: General Jack Ventura (father, deceased), unnamed mother (deceased)
Group Affiliation: Former member of Frightful Four, Thunderiders and Fantastic Four
Source Of Powers: Augmentation of her physical attributes by Dr. Karl Malus, further mutated by Dr. Doom I
Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, durability and reflexes
First Appearance (as Sharon Ventura): Thing #27
First Appearance (as Ms. Marvel): Thing #35
First Appearance (as "She-Thing"): Fantastic Four Vol.1 #310
List Of Appearances:
Thing #27 (first encountered the Thing)
Thing #35 (strength augmented by the Power Broker; alongside Thing, battled the Grapplers and UCWF wrestlers)
Thing #36 (battled She-Hulk)
Captain America Vol.1 #330 (used by Power Broker to determine if the augmentation process could be reversed)
Captain America Vol.1 #331 (alongside Captain America, battled the Power Broker)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #306-307 (joined the Fantastic Four; alongside Fantastic Four, battled Diablo)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #310 (changed into "She-Thing" form by cosmic rays)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #321 (battled She-Hulk; with She-Hulk, battled Dragon Man)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #328-333 (with Fantastic Four and Frightful, captured by Aron, escaped and defeated their clones)
Marvel Comics Presents #18 (talked with Willie Lumpkin on Christmas Eve)
Damage Control #2 (Is summoned to the Latverian embassy by the Thing.)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #365 (battled the Hulk)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #350, 352-354 (restored to human form by Dr. Doom I; alongside Fantastic Four, battled Time Variance Authority; left Fantastic Four)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #365-367 (sent by Dr. Doom I to spy on Fantastic Four; first met Alicia Masters)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #371-373 (with Mr. Fantastic and the Thing, captured by Aron, rescued by Molecule Man and Dr. Doom I)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #374 (alongside Fantastic Four, battled the Secret Defenders)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #375 (alongside Fantastic Four, Lyja and the Inhumans, battled Dr. Doom I)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #378 (mutated into new monstrous form by Dr. Doom I)
Fantastic Four Unlimited #5
Fantastic Four Vol.3 #29 (as member of Frightful Four fought former teammates Fantastic Four)

Shecktor, Mr.
Real Name: Shecktor (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Medical doctor
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Cause of Death: Fatally poisoned by Klaus Voorhees (aka Cobra)
First Appearance: Journey Into Mystery #98
List of Appearances:
Journey Into Mystery #98 (poisoned by assistant Klaus Voorhees, informed Donald Blake of his transformation into the Cobra; died)
Final Appearance: Journey Into Mystery #98

Shelkov, Fyodor
Real Name: Colonel-General Fyodor Shelkov
Occupation: Russian military liaison to People's Protectorate
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Russia
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Soviet Super Soldiers #1
List of Appearances:
Soviet Super Soldiers #1 (attempted to prevent loss of Crimson Dynamo armor; presented Dmitri Bukaharin with Airstrike armor)

Shelly
Real Name: Shelly (last name unrevealed)
Occupation: High school student
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Presumed Antigo, Wisconsin
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance (mentioned): Sentinel #1
First Appearance (seen): Sentinel #4
History:
List of Appearances:
Sentinel #1 (mentioned only, Matt and Juston gives Alex a hard time because he hasn't asked Shelly out yet)
Sentinel #2 (mentioned only)
Sentinel #3 (mentioned only)
Sentinel #4 (finally on a date with Alex. Alex is attacked by Greg and Josh, Shelly tries to defend him)

Shepard
Real Name: Unrevealed (Shepard could be his real name)
Occupation: Spy, criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Ally of Quiet Man
Source of Powers:
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Mystique #
History:
List of Appearances:
Mystique #13

Sheridan, Carolyn
Real Name: Carolyn Sheridan
Occupation: Scientist af Anderson Bio-Technic
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
Cause Of Death: Drowned in mud left by Sluj
First Appearance: Namor, The Sub-Mariner #7
List Of Appearances:
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #7 (claimed to Namor, that she had been behind the creation of Sluj, but didn't reveal the whole truth, attacked by Sluj)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #8 (in flashback revealed that she hadn't pure good intentions with Sluj. Her body found by the police)
Final Appearance (alive): Namor, The Sub-Mariner #7

Sheridan, "Rick"
Real Name: Richard Sheridan
Occupation: Superintendent
Other Aliases:
Place of Birth:
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Mr. Sheridan (father), Mrs. Sheridan (mother), Ms. Sheridan (younger sister)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Unrevealed
Powers: When Rick Sheridan sleeps, he releases the other-dimensional creature Sleepwalker
First Appearance: Sleepwalker #1
List of Appearances:
Sleepwalker #1 (Sleepwalker first emerged from Rick Sheridan's mind)
Sleepwalker #2
Sleepwalker #3 (Sleepwalker revealed to have become trapped in Rick Sheridan's mind; convinced Rick of his sincerity)
Sleepwalker #4-27
Sleepwalker Holiday Special #1 (Is attacked by a demon created by Mr. Jyn. Later, has trouble sleeping which hinders Sleepwalkers attempts to stop a gang of thieves.)

"Sherlock Holmes"
Real Name: None
Occupation: Robot
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Creation: Basement of the Rider family's house
Creator: Robert Rider & Doctor Sun
Group Affiliation: Ally of Doctor Sun
Source Of Powers: Robotic components
Powers: Superhuman intelligence
First Appearance: Nova Vol.1 #20
List Of Appearances:
Nova Vol.1 #20 (seen as Robert Rider's newest invention)
Nova Vol.1 #21
Nova Vol.1 #22
Nova Vol.1 #23 (revealed as ally of Doctor Sun)

Shetani, Colonel
Real Name: Shetani
Occupation: Colonel
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Presumed single
Known Relatives: Unnamed mother, N'Dare Munroe (sister, deceased), David Munroe (brother-in-law, deceased), Ororo Munroe (niece, aka Storm), T'Challa (nephew-by-marriage, aka Black Panther)
Group Affiliation: Leader of gang of mercenaries
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: ?
First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men Annual Vol.2 #1
List Of Appearances:
Uncanny X-Men Annual Vol.2 #1 (fought Storm and the X-Men, revealed to be Storm's uncle)

SHIELD I
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Nick Fury
Former Group Leaders: Unrevealed
Members at time of disbandment: Countessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine, Dum-Dum Dugan, Gabe Jones, Eric Koenig, Alphonso MacKenzie, Kate Neville, Alexander Pierce
Former Members: Agent 9 (deceased), Paul Allen (expelled), Android X-4, Black Widow, Laura Brown, Agent 60/Colonel Kuro Chin (deceased), Frank Payne/Constrictor, Jasper Sitwell, Roger Dooley (expelled), Agent Johnson, Dr. Halsey, "Wild Bill" (destroyed), Impact (destroyed), Edward Cobert, Agent 9/Huntress/Mockingbird (deceased), Rico Santana, Carl Delandan (expelled), William Wesley (deceased), Richard Rennselaer/Overrider (quit), Parks, Dr. Ryder, Lancaster Steed/Shockwave, Stevenson, Ken Tanaka, Tyler, Sidney E. Levine, Clay Quatermaine, James Woo, Jerry Hunt, Barth Bukowski, Gail Runciter, Jack Rollins, Niles Nordstrom, Buxh Richlen, Val Adair, Adam Manna, Jacobs, Crowley, Akins, Stanford, Garwood (deceased), Price
Special Agents: Texas Twister (quit), Marvel Man/Quasar (quit), Vamp (expelled), Blue Streak (expelled) (aka the Super-Agents I), Jack of Heart
First Appearance: Strange Tales Vol.1 #135
History: SHIELD was a worldwide intelligence and peacekeeping organization dedicated to protect nations and peoples of Earth from all threats to its security. SHIELD was formed in the 1960s to counter the threat posed to the free world by the neo-fascistic subversive organization HYDRA (see: HYDRA). When SHIELD's first director was killed by HYDRA assassins Nicholas Fury a colonel in the US Army was chosen as the replacement (see: Fury, "Nick"). Nick Fury led SHIELD until the organization was taken over by LMD (Life Model Decoys) resembling well-known SHIELD agents. To make sure this wouldn't happen again Nick Fury disbanded the organization and decided to make a smaller more fit organization instead (see: SHIELD II)
List Of Appearances:
Strange Tales Vol.1 #135 (Nick Fury became public director of SHIELD I)
Strange Tales Vol.1 #141 ("Wild Bill" malfunctioned; shut down by Nick Fury, Fixer and Mentalo tries to take over SHIELD)
Strange Tales Vol.1 #142-143 (fights Fixer and Mentallo)
Strange Tales Vol.1 #144-145 (fought Druid)
Strange Tales Vol.1 #154 (Nick Fury destroys Dreadnought send by HYDRA to assasinate him)
Strange Tales Vol.1 #155 (Nick Fury fights Annihil-Agent 47)
Strange Tales Vol.1 #159 (Countessa Valentina and Sidney E. Levine are introduced)
Strange Tales Vol.1 #160 (James Woo is revealed to be a SHIELD agent)
Strange Tales Vol.1 #163 (Clay Quatermain is introduced)
Tales of Suspense #86 (Kuro Chin is contacted in Yashonka by Captain America, gave him information on the Z-Ray; died helping him escape)
Tales of Suspense #96 (captures Sniper an assassin hired to kill Steve Rogers)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #100 ("Pinky" Pinkerton helps SHIELD in catching would-be assassin of "Reb" Ralston)
Nick Fury, Agent Of SHIELD Vol.1 #1 (fought Scorpio)
Nick Fury, Agent Of SHIELD Vol.1 #2 (fights Centurius)
Nick Fury, Agent Of SHIELD Vol.1 #5 (fought Scorpio)
Nick Fury, Agent Of SHIELD Vol.1 #9-11 (fought Hate-Monger I)
Iron Man Vol.1 #12-13 (Jasper Sitwell and Iron Man defeats Controller)
Captain America Vol.1 #122 (arrests Specs)
Captain America Vol.1 #123 (alongside Captain America fought Suprema and Scarbo)
Captain America Vol.1 #127 (Android X-4 constructed by Tony Stark to test Captain America; sabotaged by Dr. Ryder; shut down by Sharon Carter)
Captain America Vol.1 #145-146 alongside Captain America and Femme Force fought HYDRA)
Captain America Vol.1 #164-167 (Nightshade and Yellow Claw, attempted to transform convicts in werewolf army, thwarted by Captain America and SHIELD)
Captain America Vol.1 #189-190 (Nightshade took control of a SHIELD facility, "Wild Bill" destroyed by Captain America)
Astonishing Tales #6-8, 10-11 Paul Allen and Agent 19 are sent to the Savage Land to contack Ka-Zar)
Astonishing Tales Vol.1 #12 (Paul Allen appears)
Astonishing Tales Vol.1 #13 (Paul Allen appears)
Marvel Super Action Vol.1 #1 (Huntress battled renegade SHIELD agent Rico Santana)
Eternals Vol.1 #6 (Gammenon captured SHIELD agents Parks, Stevenson and Tyler reduced them to atoms)
Eternals Vol.1 #7 (Gammenon allow Ajax to temporarily restore captured SHIELD agents, they encountered Daniel Damian)
Creatures On The Loose #35 (invade Hate-Monger's base)
Captain America Vol.1 #217 (Super-agents introduced)
Captain America Vol.1 #218 (Super-agents in trainings-session with Falcon)
Captain America Vol.1 #226 (Captain America fights Impact a SHIELD trainingsrobot, control taken over by Red Skull, some agents transformed into Red Skulls)
Captain Aemrica Vol.1 #228 (Captain America is talking with the Super-Agents to learn where Falcon is)
Captain America Vol.1 #229 (Blue Streak is revealed as a double-agent, Texas Twister quits the team)
Captain America Vol.1 #227 (as Red Skulls, fights Captain America defeated)
Captain America Vol.1 #230 (Vamp is revealed as a double-agent as well)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #232 (Kligger's branch of The Corporation is defeated, Vamp is left seemingly mindless)
Captain America Vol.1 #231 (Vamp is taken into SHIELD custody)
Thor Vol.1 #283-284 (onboard airplane Agent Johnson is captured by Gammenon)
Captain America Annual 4 (Captain America brings Mr. One/Mr. Two to SHIELD)
Shanna the She-Devil #4 (captures Mandrill and Nekra)
Daredevil Vol.1 #120-123 (alongside Daredevil, defeats Silvermane and HYDRA)
Captain America Vol.1 #238 (When Mentallo and SHIELD telepaths are somehow attacked, Fury asks Captain America for help and tells him about Dovecote.)
Nova Vol.1 #15 (to test Nova, sends LMD cersions of superheroes against him, all destroyed by Nova)
Nova Vol.1 #16
Nova Vol.1 #17 (Nick Fury and Nova found Yellow Claw's hiding place)
Nova Vol.1 #18
Godzilla #4-5 (Doctor Demonicus taken into SHIELD custody)
Shogun Warriors #8-14 (Doctor Demonicus taken into SHIELD custody again)
Ms. Marvel #17 (Mystique tries to steal Centurion weaponry from SHIELD)
Marvel Team-Up Vol.1 #83-85 (alongside Spider-Man and Shang-Chi fights Viper and Silver Samurai)
Marvel Team-Up Vol.1 #95 (Mockingbird, teamed with Spider-Man to battle renegade SHIELD agent Carl Delandan)
Uncanny X-Men #182 (Ropgue is framed for murder of a SHIELD-agent)
Captain America Vol.1 #269 (takes Mad Thinker into custody)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #315 (imprisonned Diane Bellamy)
Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #118 (Alex Woocat seemingly killed by SHIELD agents)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #339 (Alex Woolcat revealed to be alive living with a foster family under surviellance of SHIELD)
Captain America Vol.1 #321-322 (Flag-Smasher's plot thwarted by Captain America and SHIELD)
Marvel Graphic Novel #18 (Roger Dooley usurped Dum-Dum Dugan's control over SHIELD)
Uncanny X-Men #182 (Price and Garwood, captures Michael Rossi on the SHIELD Helicarrier; interrogated Rossi, beating him; Price shot by Garwood, in attempt to incriminate Rossi)
Quasar #1 (flashback to time when Ken Tanaka attended SHIELD academy with Wendell Vaughn)
Nick Fury Vs. SHIELD #1
Nick Fury Vs. SHIELD #2
Nick Fury Vs. SHIELD #3 (new Madame Hydra introduced)
Nick Fury Vs. SHIELD #4
Nick Fury Vs. SHIELD #5
Nick Fury Vs. SHIELD #6
Captain America Vol.1 #351 (Dum Dum Dugan calls Captain America to tell him about SHIELD disbanding, Cap helps Nick Fury, Gabe Jones, Peggy Carter and Dum-Dum Dugan closing down one of the former SHIELD headquaters)
Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD Vol.2 #37 (in flashback revealed as former SHIELD agent)
Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty #1 (Agent 9 took over SHIELD Helicarrier for the Red Skull; fought Captain America and Sharon Carter, killed inside of transporter by Sharon Carter)
Final Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #351

SHIELD II
Current Group Leader: Tony Stark
Former Group Leaders: Sharon Carter, Nick Fury, Maria Hill
Current Members: G.W Bridge, Jeremiah Albuquerque, Ted Bailey, Briggs, Deathlok II/Siege, Deathlok III, Claire Hopkins, Eric Koenig, Alphonso MacKenzie, Jack Norris, Alexander Pierce, Kali Vries, Sharon Carter, Dum-Dum Dugan, Countessa Valentina Allegro de Fontaine, Townsend, Gabe Jones
Former Members: Jordan Holiday, Alex DePaul (deceased), Kate Neville (deceased), Simon (deceased), Gene Strausser, Brett Jackson
Special Agents: Ivory (deceased), Knockabout (deceased), Violence (deceased), PSI-Borg (deceased) (aka Super-Agents II), Skul, Kid, M-80, Nails, Silicon (aka Elite Agents), Cheesecake, Beefcase, She-Hulk (quit), Clay Quatermaine (aka Hulkbuster III), Psyche I/Mirage II/Moonstar, Hercules; Scorpion
First Appearance:
History: When the original SHIELD was disbanded, Nick Fury assembled a smaller more fit organization to take over from the original organization (see: Fury, "Nick"; SHIELD I)
List Of Appearances:
Nick Fuy, Agent of SHIELD Vol.2 #1
Damage Control II #4 (Frees Gyrich and captures Dittomaster, help Mrs. Hoag get Damage Control back)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #391-392 (fought Hulk and Pantheon in Trans-Sabal)
Deathlok Vol.1 #3 (first encountered Deathlok III)
Deathlok Vol.1 #4(prevented nuclear strike on United States)
X-Force #1
Deathlok Vol.3 #1-2 (Ted Bailey's body briefly taken over by jack truman prior to possessing billy)
Nomad Vol.2 #3 (Jeremiah Albuquerque held meeting with Sterman, Norris and USAgent)
Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #12-14 (Hydra-Affaire; fights Madame Hydra II and Yellow Claw)
Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #33 (new Super-agents introduced)
Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #34 (Ivory joins the new Super-Agents)
Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #40 (Super-agents frees Nick Fury from his captures the National Security Council)
Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #44 (Ivory killed by unknown persons, some of the former agents who has turned up alive, tries to kill Nick Fury, alongside Solo fights Viper II)
Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #45 (learning who the traitors in the organization are, fights the Super-Agents II, Super-Agents all dies, alongside Solo fights Viper II)
Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD Vol.2 #46-47 (alongside Gideon fought HYDRA)
Uncanny X-Men #274-275 (alongside X-Men, fought Savage Land Mutates)
Nomad Vol.2 #23
Wolverine/Nick Fury: Scorpio Rising
Captain America Vol.1 #420
(alongside Captain America & Quasar, finally shut down the Red Skull's Colorado base)
Tales of the Marvel Universe #1
X-Force #63
X-Force #64
X-Force #69
X-Force #77
X-Force #79-80 (Damocles Foundation uses SHIELD agent Jordan Holiday as a double agent)
X-Force #86
Spider-Man Unlimited #5 (talks to Roger Hochberg)
Sensational Spider-Man #8 (confiscate Looter's meteor)
Thunderstrike #5-7 (aided Thunderstrike against Deviant forces, Code: Blue learns of "Holy War" in SHIELD database, arrested by SHIELD; freed by Nick Fury, doubleagent Simon killed by Tantalus)
Thunderstrike #13-14 (attacked by Bison, Quicksand and Mongoose)
Hercules and the Heart of Chaos #1 (Hercules enlisted as an agent of SHIELD, fought Warhawks)
Hercules and the Heart of Chaos #2-3 (Alex DePaul revealed to be agent of Ares, fought Kara Lynn Palamas, killed by her, fought Warhawks)
Snesationel Spider-Man #13
Sensationel Spider-Man #14
Sensationel Spider-Man #15
Thunderbolts #6

Thunderbolts #10 (tried to arrest Thunderbolts for their crimes as Masters of Evil)
Sensationel Spider-Man #27
Cable #45

Cable #47
Thunderbolts #15
Thunderbolts #16
Cable #60
Thunderbolts #27
Avengers Annual '99 (Flashback to shortly after Onslaught, Dum Dum Dugan offers Black Widow a job helping SHIELD.)
Captain America Vol.3 #31 (Sharon named successor of Nick Fury as head of SHIELD)
Captain America Annual 2000 (Elite Agents of SHIELD introduced)
USAgent Vol.2 #1 (Dum Dum Dugan reprimands STARS for their attack on the HYDRA base)
USAgent Vol.2 #2 (sends Captain America to retrieve alien mind control bugs from STARS)
USAgent Vol.2 #3 (Kali Vries revealed to be SHIELD agent, "mother bug” revealed to have been made by SHIELD to control the aliens on Earth)
Wolverine Vol.2 #164 (Nick Fury, Brett Jackson and Sharon Carter appears)
Captain America Vol.3 #48 (present at memorial for Bucky)
Captain America/Wolverine #1 (Sharon Carter tells Captain America about five rogue SHIELD agents)
Marvel Knights: Spider-Man #2
Weapon X Vol.2 #23 (flashback only)

SHIELD Super Agents
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Nick Fury
Former Group Leaders: Falcon, G.W Bridge
Members at time of disbandment: Psi-Borg, Violence, Knockabout, Ivory
Former Members: Vamp/Animus, Texas Twister, Blue Streak; Marvel Man/Quasar
First Appearance (original team): Captain America Vol.1 #217 (second team): Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #33
History: The super-agents are super-powered agents of the organization of SHIELD (see: SHIELD). The first agents were Marvel Man, Texas Twister, Vamp and Blue Streak (see: Blue Streak; Marvel Man; Texas Twister; Vamp). But upon learning that two of the members were double-agents for the criminal organization The Corporation, the team disbanded (see: Corporation). Later SHIELD-agent G.W Bridge formed a new team of Super-agents, which was joined by the misunderstood villain Ivory (See: Bridge, G.W; Ivory). After Ivory was killed it was revealed that the three remaining Super-agents were infact double-agents again but this time working for Hydra (see: Hydra). It remains to be seen if SHIELD ever dare to recruit super-agents again, since they seem to be turning into double agents
List Of Appearances;
Captain America Vol.1 #217 (SHIELD forms a team of super-powered agents, joining the team are Marvel Man, Vamp, Blue Streak and Texas Twister)
Captain America Vol.1 #218 (in trainings-session with Falcon)
Captain America Vol.1 #222 (in Washington D.C. Captain America is attacked by the monster Animus)
Captain America Vol.1 #223 (in Washington D.C. Captain America continues the fight with Animus who just before defeat disappears. Later by train on his way from Washington to New York, Captain America is again attacked by Animus, again after the almost defeat, Animus disappears again)
Captain Aemrica Vol.1 #228 (Captain America is looking for Falcon, talks with the Super-Agents to learn whether or not they knows where he is)
Captain America Vol.1 #229 (The Corporation-SHIELD fight, the Super-agents Blue Streak is revealed as double agent, Texas Twister leaves team)
Captain America Vol.1 #230 (The Corporation-SHIELD fight, Vamp and Marvel Man alongside Captain America goes to Alcatraz to find Falcon, when Kligger and Moonstone arrives, Vamp is revealed as a double-agent as well. Vamp is transformed into Animus, revealing the true about the monster who attacked Captain America)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #232 (The Corporation-SHIELD fight, The Corporation is defeated, Kligger is shot down, and Vamp has seemingly lost her sanity after the destruction of the Animus club)
Captain America Vol.1 #231 (The Corporation-SHIELD fight, after the end of the "war" between The Corporation and SHIELD. Vamp now mindless is taken into custody, leaving Marvel Man as the sole SHIELD-Super Agent)
Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #33 (team reformed, the new members PSI-Borg, Violence and Knockabout lead by G.W Bridge fights Nick Fury)
Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #34 (Maddog's team of supercriminals fights SHIELD, one of the criminals Ivory turns on her teammates and joins SHIELD instead)
Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #40 (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 (at aboard SHIELD's helicarrier, Ivory is attacked by a mysterious figure, who cuts her throat, killing the super-agent, the three other Super-agents are all being interrogated by Alexander Pierce about the death of Ivory)
Nick Fury Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #45 (While scanning G.W Bridge's mind Nina discovers that the remaining Super-agents are infact murderers, at the same time, the three super-agents begins killing some SHIELD-agents. Nick Fury discovers that the Super-agents are infact double-agents for Hydra. Nick Fury shoots and wounds Violence and Knockabout, but is himself cut in the back by Violence. Lump kills Knockabout, while Nick Fury kills Violence with her own weapons, while Nina finally defeats PSI-Borg)
Final Appearance (original team): Captain America Vol.1 #230 (second team): Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD Vol.2 #45

Shinzu
Real Name: Shinzu
Occupation: Ruler of the Samurai City
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: The water-skin
Powers: Long life-span
First Appearance: Black Panther Vol.1 #6
List Of Appearances:
Black Panther Vol.1 #6 (introduced to Abner Little and Black Panther)
Black Panther Vol.1 #7 (orders the death of T'Challa and Abner Little, T'Challa claims diplomatic immunity, and uses his power as statesman to save Abner as well)

Shirley
Real Name: Shirley (last name unrevealed)
Occupation: Unrevealed
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Shirley is a normal human, wears glasses
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #249
History: Shirley is one of Liz & Harry Osborn's frieends (see: Allen, Liz; Osborn, Harry)
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #249 (at the Osborn's new home, Shirley hits on Peter Parker, but he isn't interested)

Shivowtnoeh
See: Appendix, New Universe, Shivowtnoeh

Shocker I
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Scientist, Criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Years of experimenting on and breeding electric eels not only allowed the Shocker to build up a tolerance to them, but he also took on some of their characteristics. It is possible he also experimented on himself.
Powers: Shocker can discharge bolts of electricity. He also may have had swimming abilities above normal.
Cause of Death: Eaten by his giant electric eels.
First Appearance: Miss America #2
List of Appearances:
Miss America #2 (Robs banks and fights Miss America. During a fight he is knocked into the tank with his giant eels and they devour him.)
Final Appearance: Miss America #2

Shocker II
Real Name: Herman Schultz
Occupation: Professional criminal, hired assasin
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: New York City
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: unnamed father, unnamed mother, unnamed ex-wife
Group Affiliation: Former member of Masters Of Evil III, V
Source Of Powers: None, wears a battlesuit
Powers: Can generate vibro shock. From a distance they create destructive vibrations that can crumble solid concrete
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #46
List Of Appearances;
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #46 (successfull robbed a bank, fought Spider-Man defeated him. Later robbed another bank, fought Spider-Man once more, this time Shocker was defeated. Background revealed)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #72
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #151
Avengers Vol.1 #228-230 (joined Masters Of Evil III)
Web Of Spider-Man #10
Spectacular Spider-Man #157
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #335
Guardians of the Galaxy #28-29 (as member of Doctor Octopus' Masters of Evil)
The Hood #2 (Accepts an offer to work for Dennis Golembuski with Constrictor and Jack O’Lantern.)
The Hood #3 (Fights the Hood when he tries to steal Golembuski’s diamond shipment.)
The Hood #4 (Is reprimanded by Golembuski after being defeated by the Hood and losing have the shipment.)
The Hood #5 (Roughs up a pawn shop owner to see if he’s seen the stolen gems. When Parker Robbins comes in to sell the diamonds, Shocker doesn’t recognize him as the Hood, but instead tells him that he reminds him of himself when he was young.)
The Hood #6 (With Constrictor and Jack O’Lantern, waits to ambush the Hood. After Madam Rapier gets killed, accepts the diamonds instead of fighting him.)
Secret War #3

Shocker III
Real Name: Randall Darby
Occupation: Terrorist, former mercenary
Other Aliases: (former) Paralyzer
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Mutant Force former member of Brotherhood Of Evil Mutants II, Resistants
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Has the ability to generate bioelectricity from his hands. He can also surround an area with an intense electrical field
First Appearance (as Shocker): Captain America Annual 4
First Appearance (as Paralyzer): Captain America Vol.1 #343
List Of Appearances;
Captain America Annual 4 (as a member of Magneto's Brotherhood of Evil Mutants II)
Defenders #78-80 (as member of Mutant Force)
Defenders #87 (as member of Mutant Force)
Defenders #129-130 (as member of Mutant Force)
Captain America Vol.1 #343 (formed Resistants)
Captain America Vol.1 #346 (with Resistants, fought Captain America VI)
New Warriors Vol.2 #6 (alongside the rest of the Mutant Force, tries to rob an armored car, is stopped by the New Warriors)

Shockwave
Real Name: Lancaster Steed
Occupation: Professional criminal, mercenary, former intelligence agent and carnival performer
Place Of Birth: Newcastle-on-Tyne, England
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Sir Denis Nayland Smith (uncle)
Group Affiliation: Member of Masters of Evil VII, former agent of MI-6, Oriental Expediters Limited, the Golden Dagger sect, and SHIELD I
Source Of Powers: Body surgically rebuilt using metal plates
Powers: Enhanced strength, stamina and durability, able to generate electric shocks by touch
First Appearance: Master of Kung Fu #42
List Of Appearances:
Master of Kung Fu #42 (revealed as former MI-6 agent turned mercenary; conspired to kill Nayland Smith and Black Jack Tarr, first battled Shang-Chi)
Master of Kung Fu #43 (revealed as Nayland Smith's nephew, defeated by Shang-Chi)
Master of Kung Fu #44-45 (taken into custody by MI-6)
Master of Kung Fu #72 (brainwashed by MI-6, viciously beat Nayland Smith, battled Clive Reston and Shang-Chi)
Master of Kung Fu #73-75 (alongside Brynocki, battled Shang-Chi and Leiko Wu on Mordillo Island; driven insane in accident; origin recounted; alongside Black Jack Tarr, Leiko Wu and Shang-Chi, fought Brynocki and his robots)
West Coast Avengers Vol.2 #11 (alongside Zaran I and Razor-Fist II, attacked West Coast Avengers on behalf of SHIELD I Deltoids, defeated by Iron Man I, escaped)
Captain America Vol.1 #411-413 (attended A.I.M. Weapons Exposition; fought Captain America)
Heroes For Hire #4 (alongside Orka, Killer Shrike and Whiplash II, fought Heroes For Hire, defeated by Iron Fist)
Thunderbolts #24-25 (as member of Masters of Evil VII, fought Thunderbolts, defeated by Jolt)
Thunderbolts #33 (flashback to Crimson Cowl II's takeover of Mount Charteris)

Shooting Star
Real Name: Victoria Star
Occupation: Super Hero & Adventurer, Professional Rodeo performer
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: El Paso, Texas
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Remington Starwin (father)
Group Affiliation: Former Member of 'The Rangers'
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Uncanny precision with modified six-shooters, boot-jets that allow her to mimick flight when her partner Texas Twister kicks up a storm
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #265
List Of Appearances:
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #265 (possessed, unbeknowest to the reader, by a demonic ally of Master Mandemonium)
West Coast Avengers Vol.2 #8-9 (revealed that Victoria Star has been possessed by a demon, the WCA reveal the imposter.)
Solo Avengers #18 (Texas Twister frees Victoria from the demons possession, and alongside Hawkeye she helps save the Texas Twister from a similiar fate — ultimately forcing the demon to inhabit an inanimate statue.)
Thunderbolts #57 (Suspended in mid-air alongside a great number of Marvel's heroes by Graviton.)

Shorr, Mrs.
Real Name: Shorr (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Presumed retired
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed location in England
Marital Status: Presumed widowed
Known Relatives: Unnamed husband (presumed deceased), Kelsey Leigh (daughter, aka Captain Britain III), Martin Leigh (grandson), Jennifer Leigh (granddaughter), Richard Leigh (ex-son-in-law)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Avengers Vol.3 #81
History:
List of Appearances:
Avengers Vol.3 #81
Avengers Vol.3 #82

Shortpack
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Mutant spy
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Professor X's team of spies, ally of Mystique
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers/Abilities: Shortpack is a very little person
First Appearance: Mystique #1
History:
List of Appearances:
Mystique #1 (introduced to Mystique)
Mystique #2
Mystique #3
Mystique #4
Mysitque #5
Mystique #6
Mystique #7
Mystique #8
Mysitque #9
Mystique #10
Mystique #12
Mystique #13

Shotgun I
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Assassin, former soldier
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Presumed single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Former US Army
Source Of Powers: None
Abilities: Athlete, highly experienced hand-to-hand combatant, expert marksman with most firearms
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #273
List Of Appearances;
Daredevil Vol.1 #273 (sent by CIA and Skip Ash to retrieve Number Nine, fought Daredevil)
Punisher War Zone #4-6 (with Punisher fought the Carbone family)

Shriker
Real Name: Jack D'Auria
Occupation: College student, karate student, parking garage attendant
Other Aliases: Shriker
Place Of Birth: ?
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance (as Jack D'Auria): Ghost Rider Vol.2 #4
First Appearance (as Shriker): Ghost Rider Vol.2 #56
List Of Appearances;
Ghost Rider Vol.2 #4
Ghost Rider Vol.2 #56 (first appearance as Shriker)

Shroud
Real Name: ?
Occupation: Crimefighter
Other Aliases: Master of Darkness
Place Of Birth: ?
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: ?
Group Affiliation: Former leader of Night Shift
Source Of Powers: Extrasensory power: blinded in mystic ceremony by the Cult of Kali; Darkness power: Exposure to Red Skull's hypno-ray triggered latent power
Powers: Above normal intelligence, peak human agility and reflexes, besides being very athletic. Besides that Shroud has a mystical extrasensory perception, which allows him to "see" through walls and his own darkness, and the ability to create aperture into dimension of darkness and to project gas-like substance of darkness dimension into Earth for his own use
First Appearance: Super-Villian Team-Up #5
List Of Appearances;
Super-Villian Team-Up #5 (fought Human Torch II)
Super-Villian Team-Up #6-10 (invaded Latveria disguised as a circus performer, joined Prince Rudolph's revolution against Doctor Doom)
Super-Villian Team-Up #11-12 (with Doctor Doom and Captain America fought Red Skull)
Spider-Woman Vol.1 #13-15 (with Spider-Woman fought Cult Of Kali)
Marvel Preview #21
Marvel Team-Up Vol.1 #94 (with Spider-Man, fought Dancen Macabre)
Avengers Vol.1 #240-241
West Coast Avengers Vol.1 #1 (refused to join West Coast Avengers)
Doctor Strange Vol.2 #67
Wes Coast Avengers Vol.1 #3-4 (with West Coast Avengers, fought Graviton)
Captain America Vol.1 #330-331 (with Night Shift)
Solo Avengers #3 (tested Moon Knight as leader of Night Shift)
West Coast Avengers Vol.2 #29 (refused to join a new Zodiac)
Solo Avengers #9 (helps Hawkeye bring down Speedo's crime gang, with Hawkeye watches helplessly as Blind Justice falls down in the water, and they both believes him dead)
West Coast Avengers Vol.2 #40 (with Night Shift)
Marvel Comics Presents #54 (fought Firefly)
The Shroud #1-4

"Shuffles"
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Informer, 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: Nova Vol.1 #20
List Of Appearances:
Nova Vol.1 #20 (sought out by Nova for information on "The Inner Circle")
Nova Vol.1 #21

Shy'Tharra
Real Name: Shy'Tharra
Occupation: Shi'Ar warrior
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Somewhere in the Shi'Ar empire
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Shi'Ar Empire
Source Of Powers:
Powers:
First Appearance: Nova Vol.2 #1
List Of Appearances:
Nova Vol.2 #1 (fought Nova as test)