Si-Fan

Group Leader: Fu Manchu
Members: Shadow-Hand, Shadow-Stalker, Fah Lo Suee, Tiger-Claw, Midnight I, Ducharme, Council of Seven, Shaka Kharn, Kimba, Bolo, Chai Phen, Dweller in Darkness
First Appearance: Special Marvel Edition #15
List of Appearances:
Special Marvel Edition #16 (Midnight I attempted to defeat Shang-Chi in combat, failed, died)
Giant-Size Master of Kung Fu #1 (Council of Seven dispatched by Fu Manchu to slay Shang-Chi on his birthday)
Master of Kung-Fu #26 (in the egyptian city of El-Khârga attacks Shang-Chi, Sir Denis Nayland Smith and Robert Greville, defeated but escapes, later in theburial chamber of the pyramid of Seth-Amon attacks the three again)
Giant-Size Master of Kung Fu #3 (agents sent against Shang-Chi and allies to prevent rescue of Dr. Petrie)
Master of Kung Fu #28 (revealed that Fah Lo Suee was leading rebellion against Si-Fan)
Giant-Size Master of Kung Fu #4 (rogue Si-Fan agent Tiger-Claw attempt to disrupt Si-Fan activities)
Master of Kung Fu #45-51 (defended Fu Manchu against assault by MI-6)
Master of Kung Fu #82-89 (aided Fu Manchu in attempt to conquer the Earth by controlling politicans)
Master of Kung-Fu #92 (the Si-Fan assassin known only as Dweller in Darkness, fights Shang-Chi and Leiko Wu)
Master of Kung Fu #114 (unnamed Si-Fan agent revealed to have tracked Li and Mara Ling for 40 years)
Master of Kung Fu #117-118 (aided Fu Manchu in attempted capture of Shang-Chi and Fah Lo Suee)
Master of Kung Fu: Bleeding Black #1 (band of Si-Fan revealed to still exist on hidden island of Fu Manchu; considered Shadow-Hand for leadership of the organization)

Sibercat
Real Name: Illyich Lavrov
Occupation: Adventurer, former freedom fighter
Other Aliases: Sibercat
Place of Birth: U.S.S.R.
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Winter Guard, Siberforce
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Superhuman agility
First Appearance (as Sibirian Tiger): X-Factor Annual 1
First Appearance (as Sibercat): Soviet Super-Soldiers #1
List of Appearances:
X-Factor Annual 1 (with Siberforce, attacked laboratory of Doppelganger)
Soviet Super-Soldiers #1 (with Siberforce, fought Russian forces and Firefox)
Starblast #1 (saw effects of moon thruster on Earth's moon)
Iron Man Vol.3 #9-10 (with the Winter Guard, fought the Mandarin)

Siberforce
Current Group Leader: Blind Faith
Former Group Leader: None
Current Members: Ursa Major, Stencil
Former Members: Concussion, Mentac, Sibercat, Darkstar, Vanguard, Iron Curtain
First Appearance: X-Factor Annual 1
List of Appearances:
X-Factor Annual 1 (Iron Curtain and unnamed mutant to attack X-Factor at airport, unnamed mutant killed; rescued Iceman from Soviet government, with him, raided laboratory of Doppelganger)
Soviet Super-Soldiers #1 (rescued Darkstar, Vanguard and Ursa Major from Russian government, hunted by Russians and Firefox)
X-Men #17-19 (Darkstar and Blind Faith attacked by Soul-Skinner, saved by the X-Men)
Starblast #1 (witnessed the effects of the Starblasters' moon thruster on the moon; sent Darkstar and Vanguard to investigate)

Siberian Tiger
See: Sibercat

Siberion
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed location in U.S.S.R (now russia)
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Peristrike Force
Source Of Powers:
Powers: Has the ability to project extreme cold and use it as a concussive force
First Appearance: Darkhawk #16
List Of Appearances:
Darkhawk #16
Darkhawk #17 (fights Darkhawk)
Darkhawk #18 (accidently killed Dr. Vonya, defeated by Darkhawk)

Sibyl
Real Name: Sibylla
Occupation: Prophetess
Other Aliases: Sybilla
Place of Birth: Rome
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The Sibylline Sisterhood
Source of Powers: Mystical foresight granted by the Olympian gods
Powers/Abilities: Able to foretell the future and see into other dimensions; exists in an astral body
First Appearance: Doctor Strange Vol.2 #46
List of Appearances:
Doctor Strange Vol.2 #46 (brought Clea and Dr. Strange to her temple at Mt. Gaurus in Rome; warned them of the impending invasion by Xennus, had Clea aid her in repelling him; ascended to Olympus)
Doctor Strange Vol.3 #54 (sent Bellona to oppose Kyllian)
Doctor Strange Vol.3 #56 (received a vision of Bellona and Kyllian as lovers)

Sidewinder I
Real Name: Seth Voelker
Occupation: Former college professor, financial analyst, professional criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Kenosha, Wisconsin
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: Maggie Voelker (sister), unnamed ex-wife, Amelia Voelker (daughter)
Group Affiliation: Former leader of Serpent Squad III, Serpent Society
Source Of Powers: None
Abilities: Above normal intelligence, skilled financial expert, business planner and strategist, uses a cloak which makes him able to travel "sideways" through interdimensional space, taking with him whatever and whomever he drapes his cloak over
Cause Of Death: Killed when tried to get the Zodiac Key
First Appearance: Marvel Two-In-One #64
List Of Appearances;
Marvel Two-In-One #64 (Serpent Squad lead by Sidewinder,  who are looking to deliver the Serpent Crown to their masters at Roxxon Oil attacks The Thing and Stingray)
Marvel Two-In-One #65 (escapes from the fight with the Crown)
Marvel Two-In-One #66 (delivers the Serpent Crown to Hugh Jones)
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 (begins holding auditions for the Serpent Society)
Captain America Vol.1 #310 (leads the Serpent Society's first meeting, the Constrictor walks out, and phones the Avengers about them. Anaconda is sent to beat him)
Captain America Vol.1 #311 (sends out their members to contact other villainous organizations)
Captain America Vol.1 #313
Captain America Vol.1 #315 (wipes Princess Python's mind of all the Society's secrets and plans to ransom her to the Circus of Crime. he meets Captain America for the first time, and promises to free his men eventually)
Captain America Vol.1 #319 (recovers Death-Adder's body and sends the Society out to investigate his death)
Captain America Vol.1 #338 (breaks the Serpent Squad IV 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 (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. Black Racer attempts to kill Sidewinder in an ambulance, but Vagabond  tickles her into submission)
Captain America# Vol.1 345 (alongside Vagabond come to free the others from prison)
Uncanny X-Men Annual 13 (revealed to have has resigned as leader, and Cobra now leads the Society. The Society is sent after an artifact by Ghaur. They fails, but Sidewinder completes the deal for them)
Captain America Vol.1 #380 (The Trial of Diamondback; 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 (immediately begins to pack up and leave town)
Captain America Annual 10 (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 #424 (commits robberies to pay for his daughter Amelia's chemo-therapy. Convinced by Captain America & Diamondback to turn himself in, and lets Captain America pay for the expenses)
New Thunderbolts #7 (as Seth Voelker comments on the New Thunderbolts on a television newsprogram)

Sidewinder II
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Professional criminal
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Serpent Society
Source Of Power: Hi-tech costume (presumbly stolen from the first Sidewinder)
First Appearance: Iron Fist Vol. 3 #1
History:
List of appearance:
Iron Fist Vol. 3 #1 (hired by Scorpia to steal the Zodiac Key, dies trying)
Final Appearance: Iron Fist Vol.3 #1

Sidewinder III
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Professional criminal
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Serpent Society
Source Of Power: Hi-tech costume (presumbly the Serpent Society aquired Sidewinder's costume after the second Sidewinder's death)
First Appearance: Captain America Vol 4 #31
History:
List of appearance:
Captain America V.4 #31 (alongside the Serpent Society, fought Diamondback, defeated, presumed in SHIELD custody)

Siege
See: Deathlok II

Sifand
See: Appendix, Marvel Countries, Sifand

Sight
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Servant of the High Evolutionary
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Sensors
Source of Powers: Sense of sight augmented by the High Evolutionary
Powers/Abilities: Superhuman vision; able to fire blasts of energy from eyes
First Appearance: West Coast Avengers Annual 3
List of Appearances:
West Coast Avengers Annual 3 (sent by the High Evolutionary to battle the Avengers, defeated by Vision and Scarlet Witch)

Sigmar
Real Name: Sigmar
Occupation: Scientist, "wizard"
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Polaria, Siberia, U.S.S.R. (now Russia)
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The Eternals
Source of Powers: Member of the Eternals
Powers: Long lifespan
First Appearance: Eternals Vol.1 #17
List Of Appearances:
Eternals Vol.1 #17-19 (forced by Druig to reveal information about Dreaming Celestial, helped Ikaris defeat him)

Sigyn
Real Name: Sigyn
Occupation: Goddess of fidelity
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Asgard
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Loki (husband), Thor (brother-in-law), Odin (father-in-law), Frigga (mother-in-law)
Group Affiliation: Gods of Asgard
Source of Powers: Member of the Asgardian race
Powers: Superhuman strength and resistance to injury
First Appearance: Thor Vol.1 #275
List of Appearances:
Thor Vol.1 #275 (Loki placed in her care)
Thor Vol.1 #301 (among Asgardians restored to life after the destruction of the Destroyer)
Thor Annual 9 (convinced Thor that Loki was not involved in Dormammu's game with Odin)
Thor Annual 14 (how Loki tricked her into marrying him revealed)

Sijo
Real Name: Sijo
Occupation: Bodyguard for Mr. Takegura
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Japan
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Kiyami (brother)
Group Affiliation: Tokegura, Ldt.
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Strong, excellent hand-to-hand combatant. Used a katana
Cause of Death: Thrown down in a crushing machine
First Appearance: Punisher Vol.2 #8
History:
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.2 #8 (at the New York Stock Exchange alongside Roky Vance, watched by Punisher. Leaves and goes to Warrick county, Connecticut. Later, welcomes Arnold Hansen at a house owned by Microcorp. Later at the Praxdorf headquaters in Manhattan, Sijo and Roky Vance drops by for a short while, but leaves again. Later Sijo helps Roky capture Quentin O'Toole. And takes photos of Roky killing O'Toole)
Punisher Vol.2 #9 (alongside Kiyami takes Roky Vance to the Punisher. When the exchange is to take place, cuts down Microchip, Jr, and attacks Punisher. Punisher manages to escape, but Sijo follwes him, but before doing that he cuts down Roky Vance as well. Sijo continues his fight with Punisher but is thrown down in a crushing machine, killing him instantly)

Silencer I
Real Name: Count Barzan (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Political activist
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Bodavia
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel Premiere #49
List of Appearances:
Marvel Premiere #49 (killed Sigjid Roskoff, fought the Falcon; hired Hal Doerner to impersonate him, killed Doerner as Count Barzan; unmasked by the Falcon)

Silencer II
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Assassin
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: "Big House Escaping", Cross-Technologies
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Hawkeye Vol.1 #2
List of Appearances:
Hawkeye Vol.1 #2 (sent by Crossfire to kill Hawkeye; thwarted by Mockingbird; fought Hawkeye again at Cross-Technologies, pulled into a smokestack by Hawkeye)
She-Hulk Vol.3 #5 (joined forces with Mad Thinker to escape the "Big House", fought She-Hulk and Yellowjacket, escaped)

Silent Stalkers
Group Leader: Manuel Olvidos
Former Group Leaders: Unrevealed
Members: Unnamed members
Former Members: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Team America #4
List of Appearances:
Team America #4 (The gang confronts Wolf, but Wolf forces them to guard his bike. Later, they want something for guarding the bike, but Wolf refuses. They attack him and he defeats them. He then forces Manuel Olvidos to come with him as he looks for Carlos Montoya.)

Silhouette I
Real Name: Lamar Canfield
Occupation: Adventurer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Unrevealed
Powers/Abilities: Disappears into shadows
First Appearance: Rampaging Hulk Vol.1 #25
List of Appearances:
Rampaging Hulk Vol.1 #25 (attempted to rescue British ambassador, mistook Dominic Fortune for his opponent)

Silhouette II
Real Name: Silhouette Chord (Silhouette is the English translation of her Cambodian name)
Occupation: Adventurer
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: New York City
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Andrew Chord (father), Miyami Chord (mother, deceased), Aaron Chord (brother, aka Midnight's Fire), Tai (grandmother, deceased)
Group Affiliation: The New Warriors
Source Of Powers: Genetic heritage developed through many generations of selective breeding
Powers: Enhanced strength, speed, stamina, durability, agility and reflexes; able to teleport through the Darkforce dimension, enhanced senses
First Appearance: New Warriors Vol.1 #2
List Of Appearances:
New Warriors Vol.1 #2 (worked with Midnight's Fire and Night Thrasher to fight criminal gangs, began romance with Night Thrasher, crippled by police gunfire, turned against Midnight's Fire)
New Warriors Vol.1 #7-9 (fought Bengal, sought aid from New Warriors, revealed
"shadow-melting" power to Night Thrasher; attacked by Punisher; made peace with Punisher)
New Warriors Vol.1 #10 (with New Warriors, battled White Queen and the Hellions)
New Warriors Vol.1 #15 (first clashed with Psionex)
New Warriors Vol.1 #16-17 (with New Warriors and Fantastic Four, battled Terrax)
New Warriors Vol.1 #18 (helped Night Thrasher investigate corruption in Taylor Foundation, witnessed Chord's suicide attempt)
New Warriors Vol.1 #19 (with New Warriors, captured by Gideon)
New Warriors Annual 2 (with New Warriors, first battled Sphinx I, allowed by Reed Richards to keep her unstable molecule costume)
Nova Vol.2 #1

Silicon
Real Name: Gerald Simms
Occupation: Agent of SHIELD
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Elite Agents of SHIELD
Source of Powers: Silicon has two cybernetic arms in place of the ones he lost as a youth.
Powers: Silicon's arms have various weapons in them, including rocket launchers. There are also cybernetic equipment including a device that allows him to link into computer systems.
First Appearance: Captain America Annual 2000
List of Appearances:
Captain America Annual 2000 (Goes with other Elite Agents of SHIELD on their first mission.)

Silke, Sammy
Real Name: Samuel Silke, Jr.
Occupation: Professional criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Samuel Silke, Sr. (father)
Group Affiliation: former operative in the Chicago Ripa Family, in Kingpin's organization
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Moderate criminal strategist, skilled in the use of knives and firearms
Cause of Death: Gunned down by Kingpin
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.2 #26
History:
List of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.2 #26
Daredevil Vol.2 #29
Daredevil Vol.2 #30
Daredevil Vol.2 #31
Daredevil Vol.2 #45 (gunned down and killed by Kingpin)
Final Appearance: Daredevil Vol.2 #45

Sillatochca
See: Appendix, New Universe, Sillatochca

Silver Dagger
Real Name: Isaiah Curwen
Occupation: Executioner of the wicked, evangelist, former cardinal in the Catholic Church
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Leader of the Sword of the Lord
Source Of Powers: The Eye of Agamatto
Powers: Gifted, formerly sorcerer with the ability to manipulate the forces of magic, repudiated all use of magic as"satannic", can now project silver beams from his left eye (which is the original Eye of Agamatto)
First Appearance: Doctor Strange Vol.2 #1
List Of Appearances;
Doctor Strange Vol.2 #1-2, 4-5
Marvel Team-Up Vol.1 #76-77
Dorctor Strange Sorcerer Supreme Vol.3 #7
Marvel Comics Presents #55-59
Doctor Strange Sorcerer Supreme Vol.3 #30

Silver Fox
Real Name: Silver Fox
Occupation:
Other Aliases:
Place of Birth:
Marital Status:
Known Relatives:
Group Affiliation: Formerly Hydra, Team X
Source of Powers:
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Wolverine Vol.2 #10
History:
List of Appearances:

Silver Sable
Real Name: Silver Sablinova
Occupation: CEO of Silver Sable Inc., leader of the Wild Pack mercenary group
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Symkaria
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: Ernst Sablinova (father), unnamed mother (deceased), Fritz Sablinova (paternal uncle, deceased), Mortimer (uncle), Anna (niece), Basil (ex-husband, aka the Foreigner)
Group Affiliation: The Wild Pack I, Silver Sable Inc., the Intruders, the Outlaws
Source Of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Athlete, good hand-to-hand combatant, uses a variety of weapons, including her chia throwing darts
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #265
List Of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #265 (at the Symkarian Embassy, Silver Sable is having a trainings-session with some of her men, her uncle Monty informs her about Spider-Man's interferance with their apprehension of Black Fox. While talking with her uncle, Silver Sable easily manages to defeat her sparring-partners. She tells Madeline her assistant to call a doctor to have him come and see if the sparrings-partners are badly hurt. Suddenly an assassin disquised as one of Silver Sable's assistents attacks Silver Sable with a knife, but Silver Sable easily defeats her attacker. Later Spider-Man gives Silver Sable Black Fox's loot, after he has let the thief escape)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #279-281 (hired by a South African republic to neutralize the international terrorist Jack 'O Lantern I; enlisted Spider-Man's aid against the Sinister Syndicate; formed alliance with Sandman)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #320-325 (Assasination Plot; joined forces with Spider-Man, Paladin, Solo and Captain America to track down Sabretooth and the Red Skull, who masterminded a plot to pit the United States in a war with Symkaria)
Web of Spider-Man #50 (hired Spider-Man to steal incriminating documents from a Maggia money launderer; first encountered the Outlaws)
Web of Spider-Man Annual 5 (intelligence mission in Iraq resulted in death of a Wild Pack member; denied compensation to the slain man's family due to his negligence)
Spectacular Spider-Man Annual 10 (devised an initiation test for the Prowler and taught him a lesson in humility)
Excalibur #36 (hired the Outlaws to retrieve a Symkarian nulcear device in England)
Amazing Spider-Man Annual 25/Spectacular Spider-Man Annual 11/Web of Spider-Man Annual 7 (hired the Outlaws to rescue the kidnapped daughter of a Canadian official)
Thor Annual 17 (encountered Wind Warrior; invited her to work for Silver Sable Inc.)
Solo Avengers #7 (takes Hawkeye to the airport, where terrorirst strike at the same time, refuses to help Hawkeye defeat the terrorists for free. Hired for a dollar, then helps defeat the terrorists. Slips a note into Hawkeye's pocket with a bill on one dollar)
Marvel Comics Presents #53 (hunted the known terrorist Yves Chevrier, crossed Black Widow)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #1 (with help of Spider-Man, Sandman and the Wild Pack, rescued her niece from a kidnapping by HYDRA)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #2-3 (hired by the FBI to battle Gattling and the Watchdogs; enlisted Battlestar to the Wild Pack)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #4-5 (fought Dr. Doom Doppelganger in Latveria)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #6-7 (hired to retrieve stolen Statue of Liberty; with Wild Pack and Deathlok III, fought Cathode)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #8 (with Wild Pack and Paladin, fought the Genesis Coalition)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #15/Captain America Vol.1 #419 (with Captain America and Wild Pack, fought the Viper II)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #16-17 (with the Wild Pack and the Intruders, fought Baron Strucker and HYDRA in Somalia)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #23
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #24 (mistakenly informed she was pregnant; retired from service)
Silver Sable and her Wild Pack #25 (returned to active duty, learned father was alive, watched as Foreigner gunned down her uncle Frizt Sablinova, threaten to kill him the next time their path crossed)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #26-35
Heroes For Hire Vol.1 #10-11 (hired to protect Dr. Wolfgang Hessler; alongside Wild Pack, fought Heroes For Hire)
Webspinners #17-18 (flashback, hired Spider-Man to restore the monarchy in Belgriun; fought Sinister Syndicate and Dr. Octopus)
Sable & Fortune #1
Sable & Fortune #2
Sable & Fortune #3
Sable & Fortune #4

Silver Sable International
See: Appendix, M.U Companies, Silver Sable International

Silver Samurai
Real Name: Kenuicho Harada
Occupation: Leader of the Clan Yashida
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Japan
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Shingen Harada (father, deceased), Mariko Yashida (half-sister, deceased), Shiro Yoshida (aka Sunfire, cousin), Tomo Yashida (cousin, deceased), Saburo Yashida (cousin, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Hydra; formerly Clan Yashida, Big Hero 6, former employee of Viper & Mandrill
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers/Abilities: Able to generate tachyon field around katana, enabling him to slice through any object
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #111
List Of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.1 #111 (employed by Mandrill and Black Spectre I, fought Daredevil)
Marvel Team-Up Vol.1 #57 (employed by Viper II, battled Spider-Man and Black Widow)
Marvel Team-Up Vol.1 #74 (recovered Viper II's teleport ring, battled Spider-Man)
Marvel Team-Up Vol.1 #83-85 (alongside Viper II and Boomerang, fought Spider-Man, Nick Fury, Shang-Chi and Black Widow aboard SHIELD Helicarrier)
Spider-Woman Vol.1 #42-43 (alongside Viper II, attempted to kidnap Michael Kramer, battled Spider-Woman I)
New Mutants Vol.1 #5-6 (alongside Viper II, attempted theft of cavorite crystal, battled New
Mutants)
Uncanny X-Men #172-174 (alongside Viper II, battled X-Men and Yukio, defeated by Wolverine in combat)
Wolverine Vol.2 #2-3 (attempted to possess the Black Blade, battled Wolverine, aided Lindsay McCabe and O'Donnell, rescued Wolverine and Jessica Drew from cultists)
Cable Vol.1 #2 (revealed to have become head of Clan Yashida upon death of Mariko)
Thunderbolts #25 (alongside Big Hero Six, fought effects of Crimson Cowl II's weather machine)

Silver Surfer
Real Name: Norrid Radd
Occupation: Wanderer, adventurer, former scholar, herald of Galactus
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Zenn-La ("alien" planet)
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Jartarn Radd (father, deceased), Elmar Radd (mother, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Former member of Defenders
Source Of Powers: Physical transformation by cosmic power of Galactus
Powers: Above normal intelligence, superhuman strenght, godlike stamina and durability, besides the ability to manipulate cosmic energy for a variety of effects, including projection of bolts of cosmic force, eretion of force fields, molecular reconstruction and creation of objects, healing, augmentation of streght to superhuman strenght, flight at warp speed,, and mental command of his surfboard
First Appearance: Fantastic Four Vol.1 #48
List Of Appearances;
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #48-50 (first came to earth as Galactus herald, turned against Galactus)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #57-61
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #72
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #74-77
Silver Surfer Vol.1 #1 (origin revealed)
Silver Surfer Vol.1 #3 (first encountered Mephisto)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #155-157
Tomb Of Dracula (encountered Dracula)
Silver Surfer Vol.2 #1
Defenders #112-114
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #260 (with Fantastic Four, fought Terrax)
Avengers Vol.1 #266
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #1 (first met Nova II)
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #4 (first met Mantis)
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #34 (first encountered Thanos)
Silver Surfer Vol.3 #46 (first met Adam Warlock)
Marvel Comics Presents #1 (fought and defeated his own fears and thereby Fear Eater), 3 (flashback)
Marvel Comics Presents #4 (flashback)
Marvel Comics Presents #50 (fought the marauder)
Infinity Gauntlet #1 (fought Thanos)
Slapstick #1 (Cameo. Detects shudder in the fabric of space as Steve Harmon goes through alien funhouse mirror.)
Annihilation: Prololgue #1 (Annihilation Day)

Silvera, Frankie
Real Name: Frankie Silvera
Occupation: Small-time criminal
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Employee of The Rose
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Ambitious, uses handguns
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #256
History: Frankie has always wanted to be a respected man, believing that crime was the easiest way to attain that goal
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #256 (Spider-Man and Black Cat busts a gang of criminals, among them Frankie, who operates from a warehouse full of stolen goods, while Black Cat in the beginning takes pictures of the fight, she later on joins Spider-Man in the fight. The two adventures leaves the defeated criminals for the police.)

Silvermane
Real Name: Silvio Manfredi
Occupation: Criminal organizer and mastermind
Other Aliases: Supreme Hydra II
Place Of Birth: Palemo, Sicily
Marital Status: Widowed
Known Relatives: Caterina (wife, deceased), Joseph (son, aka Blackwing I)
Group Affiliation: The Maggia, HYDRA
Source Of Powers: Cyborg materials, design, and construction
Powers: Superhuman strength
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #73
List Of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #73-75 (forced Dr. Curtis Connors to prepare a mystical youth serum from an ancient clay tablet; first encountered Spider-Man and the Lizard; drank the serum which caused him to grow increasingly younger until he reached the point before the age of birth)
Daredevil Vol.1 #120-123 (revealed that he had mystically aged to his forties; assumed the mantle of Supreme Hydra II; defeated by Daredevil, Nick Fury and SHIELD I)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #177-180 (attempted to unite all of New York's gangs under his leadership, but was opposed by Green Goblin III; survived a fall from a great height during a confrontation between him, the Goblin and Spider-Man)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #197 (attempted to assassinate an amnesiac Kingpin)
Spectacular Spider-Man Annual 2 (his former partner, Dominic Tyrone, assumed identity of the Rapier and sought vengeance against Silvermane by slaying him)
Spectacular Spider-Man #69-70 (injuries resulted in undoing effects of rejuvination serum; though bedridden, continued to run criminal empire until Dagger nearly killed him; transformed into a cyborg)
Spectacular Spider-Man #94-96 (body taken and controlled by Kingpin until Dagger restored his life energy to him)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #284 (cyborg body severely damaged by Jack 'O Lantern I during gang war between Hammerhead and Kingpin)
Web of Spider-Man #79-80 (used remote-controlled android doppelganger to battle Spider-Man in attempt to drain his radioactive blood to mobilize a new, stronger cyborg body)
Deathlok Vol.2 #8-9 (confronted Deathlok and the Punisher while setting up a major drug operation outside a grammar school)
New Warriors Vol.2 #4 (tells his son, that the other mob families think that Joe can't handle a bunch of teenagers, and if he blows this one up as well, he will rub him out himself,)
Wolverine Vol.2 #164

Simian
See: Appendix, Future, MC-2, Simian

Simkins, Ms.
Real Name: Simkins (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Roxxon Oil board member
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Power: None
First Appearance:
List of Appearance:
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #3 (present at board meting at Roxxon Oil)

Simmons, Mr.
Real Name: Simmons (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Drill sargeant
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The Commission on Superhuman Activities
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #334
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #334-335 (hired by the Commission on Superhuman Activities to train Captain America VI and Bucky IV)

Simmons, Mr.
Real Name: Simmons (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Eco-terrorist
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Presumed single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Member of FRONT
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Namor, The Sub-Mariner #5
List Of Appearances:
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #5 (alongside two other FRONT members sees Namor being saved by some of his friends)

Simmons, Mr.
Real Name: Simmons (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Airport executive
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Darkhawk #18
List Of Appearances:
Darkhawk #18

Simms, "Sad" Sam
Real Name: Sam Simms
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Owl's organization
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Excellent marksman with a gun
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #3
History:
List of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.1 #3 (with "Sad" Sam Simms joined Owl's organization. Learned not to cross the Owl. Fought Daredevil. defeated and send to prison)

Simon
Real Name: Simon (full name unrevealed)
Occupation: Apparently homeless
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Sleepwalker Holiday Special #1
List of Appearances:
Sleepwalker Holiday Special #1 (Finds the credit card that holds Mr. Jyn when Harold Pruitt throws it away.)

Simon
Real Name: Simon (last name unrevealed)
Occupation: Agent of SHIELD, double agent for Tantalus
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: SHIELD II
Source of Powers: None
Cause of Death: Life-force absorbed by Pandara
First Appearance: Thunderstrike #7
List of Appearances:
Thunderstrike #7 (sent by Tantalus to free Pandara; was killed by her to replenish her own energies)
Final Appearance: Thunderstrike #7

Simpson, Mr.
Real Name: Simpson (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Congressman involved in Operation: Rebirth
Pther 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.)

Sims, Ezekiel
Real Name: Ezekiel Sims
Occupation: Businessman
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Unnamed father (deceased)
Group Affiliation: Various managed business corporatives
Source of Powers: Mystical
Powers/Abilities: As Spider-Man, Ezekile possesses strength, reflexes, agility, equilibrium and speed. Leaping abilities, besides his spider-sense warning him about danger. Because of the similarities in Spider-Man and Ezekiel's powers, none of them can detect the other. Besides all that he is also capable of adhere to most surfaces with his hands and feet. More Ezekiel is a skillfull businessman, and has attained a huge level of personal wealth through his own leadership and initiative
Cause of Death: Killed himself by a gigant demonic spider
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.2 #30
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.2 #30
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.2 #32 (origin in flashback)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.2 #34 (seemingly killed by Morlun)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.2 #35 (revealed to have survived the attack from Morlun)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.2 #48 (aids Spider-Man against Shathra)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #506 (plans to kill Spider-Man)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.2 #508 (killed himself by a gigant demonic spider)
Final Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.2 #508

Simsky, Joe
Real Name: Joe Simsky
Occupation: Owner of Tomahawk Motor Lodge
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: X-Factor #6
List Of Appearances:
X-Factor #6 (called the police to have them come and investigate the mutant problems at the motel)

Sin
Real Name: Synthia Schmidt
Occupation: Criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Skullhouse, New York
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Johann Schmidt (aka Red Skull I, father), unnamed mother (deceased)
Group Affiliation: Leader of the Sisters Of Sin
Source Of Powers: None; formerly granted powers by experiments of the Red Skull
Powers: Formerly had psionic powers including illusion-casting and mental bolts
First Appearance (as Mother Superior): Captain America Vol.1 #290
First Appearance (as Sin): Captain America Vol.1 #355
List Of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #290 (stalked Captain America, Nomad III, Falcon and Arnie Roth, introduced Baron Zemo II to the Red Skull)
Captain America Vol.1 #293 (transformed Dave Cox into the Slayer, sent him after Captain America)
Captain America Vol.1 #294 (introduced Zemo to her Sisters of Sin)
Captain America Vol.1 #295 (with Zemo, captured Arnie Roth)
Captain America Vol.1 #296 (with Red Skull and Zemo, defeated Captain America and Nomad III)
Captain America Vol.1 #297 (witnessed Baron Zemo II and Captain America's psychic battle)
Captain America Vol.1 #298 (origin recounted; learnt that her father intended for Zemo to be his heir)
Captain America Vol.1 #299 (fought and apparently killed Zemo)
Captain America Vol.1 #301 (burned Red Skull's body; alongside Sisters Of Sin, attempted to kill Captain America; restored to proper age)
Captain America Vol.1 #355 (captured teenaged Captain America)
Captain America Vol.1 #356 (alongside Sisters of Sin, fought Captain America in Camp of Hate)
Captain America Vol.1 #357 (defeated in battle by Captain America)
Captain America Vol.1 #394 (represented Sisters of Sin at Red Skull's meeting with various criminal operatives)

"Singapore Mutants"
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Current Group Leader: Light
Former Group Leaders: None known
Current Members: Crawler, Leiko, Slider, lots of other unnamed
Former Members: None known
First Appearance: X-Men Vs. Avengers #4
History:
List of Appearances:
X-Men Vs Avengers #4

Sinister Seven
Group leader at time of disbandment: Electro II
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment: Scorpia, Beetle I, ?, ?, ?, ?
Former Members: None
First Appearance: Spider-Man Unlimited #9
List of Appearances:
Spider-Man Unlimited #9
Final Appearance: ?

Sinister Six I
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Dr. Octopus I
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment:
Mysterio I, Kraven The Hunter I, Vulture II, Electro II, Sandman
Former Members: None
First Appearance:
Amazing Spider-Man Annual 1
List Of Appearances;
Amazing Spider-Man Annual 1 (kidnapped Betty Brant and May Parker, in order to pick a fight with Spider-man. Met him one-on-one and were all defeated, and send to jail)
Final Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Annual 1

Sinister Six II
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Dr. Octopus I
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment:
Mysterio I, Vulture II, Electro II, Sandman, Hobgoblin III
Former Members: None
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #334
List Of Appearances;
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #334-339 (Return Of The Sinister Six, Doctor Octopus reformed the Sinister Six, blackmailing Sandman into joining the team)
Spider-Man # ??-?? (Revenge Of The Sinister Six)
Final Appearance:
?

Sinister Six III
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Sandman
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment: Venom, Electro, Mysterio III?, Kraven the Hunter II, Vulture II
Former Members: None
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.2 #12
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.2 #12
Peter Parker: Spider-Man Vol.2 #12
Final Appearance: ?

Sinister Syndicate
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Beetle I
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment:
Boomerang, Rhino, Hydro-Man, Whizzer II/Speed-Demon, Leila Davis
Former Members: None
First Appearance:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #280
List Of Appearances;
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #280-281 (first teamed up fought Spider-Man, Silver Sable and Sandman)
Webspinners: Tales of Spider-Man #17-18 (helped overthrow the monarchy in Belgriun. Thought of as heroes by the people of Belgriun. In reality only out to get the king's gold. Fought Spider-Man)
Deadly Foes Of Spider-Man #1-4
(team split fractions fight, when Leila Davis true purpose was revealed, getting revenge on Beetle for the death of her husband The Ringer I, disbanded)
Final Appearance: Deadly Foes Of Spider-Man #4

Sinister Twelve
Current leader at time of disbandment: Green Goblin I
Former Group Leaders: None
Current Members
Venom III/Scorpion, Chameleon, Lizard, Boomerang, Hydro-Man, Shocker II, Sandman, Vulture II, Electro II, ?, ?
Former Members: None
First Appearance: Marvel Knights: Spider-Man #10
List Of Appearances;
Marvel Knights: Spider-Man #10 (The Last Stand, Part 2)
Marvel Knights: Spider-Man #11 (The Last Stand, Part 3)

Sir Porga
Real Name: Porga
Occupation: Knight of Wundagore
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Mount Wundagore, Transia
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Knights of Wundagore, New Men
Source of Powers: Evolved from a pig by the High Evolutionary
Powers: Enhanced strength
Cause of Death: Fatally wounded by rogue New Men
First Appearance: Thor Vol.1 #132
List of Appearances:
Thor Vol.1 #132 (observed Jane Foster on behalf of the High Evolutionary)
Thor Vol.1 #133-134 (with Count Tagar, brought Jane Foster to Mount Wundagore to serve as the New Men's teacher)
Thor Vol.1 #135 (with other New Men, departed earth with the High Evolutionary)
Amazing Spider-Man Annual 22 (flashback, served High Evolutionary drinks during his meeting with Jonathan Drew)
West Coast Avengers Annual 3 (fatally wounded by other New Men; brought news of the New Men's rebellion to the High Evolutionary, died from wounds)
Final Appearance: West Coast Avengers Annual 3

Siryn
Real Name: Theresa Rourke Cassidy
Occupation: Adventurer, former criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Cassidy Keep, County Mayo, Ireland
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Sean Cassidy (father, aka Banshee), Maeve Rourke Cassidy (mother, deceased), Thomas Cassidy (father's cousin, aka Black Tom)
Group Affiliation: Former member of X-Force, Fallen Angels, former ally of Black Tom and Juggernaut
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Ability to create various sonic effects with her vocal cords, including producing sonic blasts and propelling herself through the air at speed of sound, she also has the ability to detect objects through sonar, highly resistant to injury from sonic vibrations, psionic powers to create force fields.
First Appearance: Spider-Woman Vol.1 #37
List Of Appearances;
Spider-Woman Vol.1 #37-38 (ally of Black Tom and Juggernaut battled Spider-Woman I)
Uncanny X-Men #148
Fallen Angels #1-4, 6-8
Marvel Comics Presents #43 (fought and defeated the Kinsmen)
Uncanny X-Men #278, 280
X-Force #11
X-Force #45-89
X-Force #90 (Lost powers when Feral tore her throat)
X-Force #91 (left X-Force)
Deadpool Vol.3 #3-4

Sise-Neg
Real Name: Sise-Neg
Occupation: Sorcerer
Other Aliases: Cagliostro, Genesis
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Absorbtion of all the magical energy in the universe
Powers: Gifted, unlimited ability to manipulate the forces of magic, for teleportation, time travel, concussive force bolts etc.
First Appearance: Marvel Premiere #13
List Of Appearances;
Marvel Premiere #13-14

Sister Agony
See: Slash

Sister Death
See: Torso

Sister Dream
See: Hoodwink

Sister Grimm
Real Name: Nico Minoru
Occupation: Adventurer, student
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Los Angeles, California
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Robert Minoru (father, deceased), Tina Minoru (mother, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Runaways
Source Of Powers: Staff of One
Powers/Abilities: has the ability to control the ancient Staff of One, which can only be summoned when her own blood is drawn. She is also a novice at using the Staff and sometimes messes up her commands
First Appearance (as Nico Minoru): Runaways Vol.1 #1
First Appearance (as Sister Grimm): Runaways Vol.1 #
List Of Appearances;
Runaways Vol.1 #1
Runaways Vol.1 #2
Runaways Vol.1 #3
Runaways Vol.1 #4

Runaways Vol.1 #5
Runaways Vol.1 #6
Runaways Vol.1 #7
Runaways Vol.1 #8

Runaways Vol.1 #9
Runaways Vol.1 #10
Runaways Vol.1 #11
Runaways Vol.1 #12

Runaways Vol.1 #13
Runaways Vol.1 #14
Runaways Vol.1 #15
Runaways Vol.1 #16
Runaways Vol.1 #17
Runaways Vol.1 #18

Runaways Vol.2 #1
Runaways Vol.2 #2

Runaways Vol.2 #3

Sister Maggie
Real Name: Grace Murdock
Occupation: Nun
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: ?
Marital Status: Widowed
Known Relatives: Jack Murdock (husband, deceased), Matthew Michael Murdock (son, aka Daredevil)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #229
List Of Appearances;
Daredevil Vol.1 #229

Sister Moon
See: Sha-Shan

Sister Pleasure
See: Raunch

Sisters Of Sin
Current Group Leader: Unrevealed
Former Group Leaders: Mother Superior/Sin, Suprema/Mother Night
Current Members: Mother Superior/Sin, Sister Agony/Slash, Sister Pleasure/Raunch, Sister Dream/Hoodwink, Sister Death/Torso
Former Group Members: None
First Appearance (single member): Captain America Vol.1 #287
First Appearance (entire team): Captain America Vol.1 #294
History: ?
List Of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #287-288 (Sister Pleasure, posing as a damsel in distress, ambushes Nomad for Mother Superior)
Captain America Vol.1 #290 (Mother Superior begins stalking Captain America and his allies, and enlists Baron Helmut Zemo)
Captain America Vol.1 #293-294 (Mother Superior transforms Dave Cox into the Slayer, and
introduces Zemo to her Sisters of Sin)
Captain America Vol.1 #295-296 (The Sisters of Sin battle and are defeated by Captain America and Nomad)
Captain America Vol.1 #297 (Mother Superior witnesses Captain America and Zemo's psychic battle)
Captain America Vol.1 #298 (The Red Skull recounts the origin of the Sisters of Sin)
Captain America Vol.1 #299 (The Falcon and Nomad battle the Sisters of Sin, while Mother Superior seemingly kills Zemo in battle)
Captain America Vol.1 #301 (Mother Superior burns the Red Skull's body, and attempts to kill Captain America, but all of the Sisters of Sin are transformed back into teenagers)
Captain America Vol.1 #355 (Undercover as a teenager, Captain America is captured by the Sisters of Sin on behalf of Mother Night)
Captain America Vol.1 #356 (The Sisters of Sin battle the teenaged Captain America in the Camp of Hate)
Captain America Vol.1 #357 (Restored to adulthood, Captain America defeats the Sisters of Sin)
Captain America Vol.1 #369 (While imprisoned below ground, the Red Skull hallucinates, and sees Sin beckoning him to commit suicide)
Captain America Vol.1 #394 (Sin attends the Red Skull's meeting with his various operatives)

Sitwell, Jasper
Real Name: Jasper Sitwell
Occupation: SHIELD special director
Other Aliases: Jason Sitwell
Place of Birth: Salt Lake City, Utah
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Colin Sitwell (father), Sally Sitwell (mother), Gregory Sitwell (brother), Jason Sitwell (paternal grandfather, deceased), unnamed wife
Group Affiliation: SHIELD I-II
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Strange Tales Vol.1 #144
List of Appearances:
Strange Tales Vol.1 #144
Captain America Vol.1 #228
(talks with Captain America, tells him that SHIELD has abandoned the SHIELD complex)
Captain America Vol.1 #229 (alongside Akins comes to llok for Captain America in the ruins of the SHIELD complex)

6-Ball
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Henchman
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Work’s for 8-Ball
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Sleepwalker #2
List of Appearances:
Sleepwalker #2 (Works for 8-Ball during a bank robbery.)

Six Pack I
Former Names: Wild Pack
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Cable
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment: Domino II, Grizzly II, G.W. Bridge, Garrison Kane, Hammer III
Former Members: None
First Appearance (mentioned): X-Force Vol.1 #5
First Appearance (as Wild Pack): X-Force Vol.1 #8
First Appearance (as Six Pack): Cable Vol.1 #1
History:
List of Appearances:
X-Force Vol.1 #5 (mentioned)
X-Force Vol.1 #8 (seen in flashback)
Cable Vol.1 #1 (seen in flashback, first time as Six Pack)

Six Pack II
Current Group Leader: G.W Bridge
Former Group Leaders: None
Current Members: Constrictor, Anacondra, Domino, Solo, Hammer
Former Members: None
First Appearance: Cable & Deadpool #7
History:
List of Appearances:
Cable & Deadpool #7 (under the direction of SHIELD, the second incarnatin of the Six Pack is assigned to bring in Cable and Deadpool)
  
Skeleton Crew
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Red Skull I
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment: Suprema/Mother Night, Crossbones, Sleeper, Machinesmith, Blackwing I, Jack 'O Lantern II, Minister Blood
Former Members: Controller, Cutthroat, Voice
First Appearance (unnamed): Captain America Vol.1 #351
First Appearance (named): Captain America Vol.1 #369
History: The Red Skull I's team of operatives, who band together under the name Skeleton Crew when they were trying to find the missing Red Skull I, who has been captured by Magneto after the "Acts of Vengeance" affair
List Of Appearances;
Captain America Vol.1 #351 (Behind-the-scene Machinesmith get SHIELD's old New York HQ to attack Peggy Carter, Nick Fury, Gabe Jones and Captain America)
Captain America Vol.1 #354 (Captain America recovers one of Machinesmith's heads)
Captain America Vol.1 #356 (Captain America, discovers that the Sisters of Sin, led by Mother Night and Scarbo, are operating a "Camp of Hate" where they indoctrinate teenagers)
Captain America Vol.1 #357 (Captain America, captures the Sisters of Sin and closes down the Camp of Hate)
Captain America Vol.1 #359 (Bloodstone Hunt, in shadows Crossbones observes Captain America and Baron Zemo's quest for the Bloodstone in the Amazon Jungle)
Captain America Vol.1 #361 (Bloodstone Hunt, Crossbones gets unnoticed aboard Cap's quinjet)
Captain America Vol.1 #362 (Bloodstone Hunt, Crossbones knocks out John Jameson and steals Captain America's Bloodstone fragments. Getting aboard Zemo's jet to do the same, he runs into Diamondback, also looking for Zemo's fragments. They accidentally revive the Hellfire Helix, which possesses the corpse of Baron Heinrich Zemo. Crossbones knocks Diamondback out then destroys the Bloodstone by shattering it with his crossbow. He excapes without being seen, taking Diamondback with him)
Captain America Vol.1 #363 (in Madripoor, Crossbones turns Diamondback over to a local whore house, Crossbones fights Captain America)
Captain America Vol.1 #364 (Crossbones tricks Cap into stepping on a weight-sensitive bomb. Reporting to his boss, the Red Skull, he is angrily told not to kill Cap, as the Skull wants that pleasure for himself)
Captain America Vol.1 #365 (Acts Of Vengeance, Red Skull joins "prime-movers", Crossbones retrieve The Controller)
Captain America Vol.1 #366 (The Controller refuse to work for Red Skull, Crossbones has the Voice taken over Controller's mind)
Captain America Vol.1 #367 (Magneto defeats Controller and Slepper and buries Red Skull I alive)
Captain America Vol.1 #368 (Crossbones and Machinesmith begin their search for the Red Skull. Machinesmith also repairs the Sleeper. Flashback to when Machinesmith is approached by the Red Skull with a plan to rescue the robots being held on Avengers Island)
Captain America Vol.1 #369 (On the hunt for the missing Red Skull, fights Black Queen, The Voice is badly injured)
Captain America Vol.1 #370 (The Voice is put under medical supervision, while the others continue the search. Crossbones looks up Tristan Micawber. He finds the underground prison of the Skull. Near death, Red Skull is taken to his home)
Avengers Vol.1 #319-323 (Mother Night causes Avengers Supporting Crew to hallucinate, and kidnaps them)
Avengers Vol.1 #324 (Mother Night leads the six of them to Machinesmith's van, where she finds her brother)
Avengers Vol.1 #325 (Team defeated by Avengers)
Captain America Vol.1 #375 (Streets of Poison, Crossbones is sent to assassinate Kingpin)
Captain America Vol.1 #376 (Streets of Poison, Crossbones fights Daredevil, Kingpin sents Bullseye to assassinate Red Skull)
Captain America Vol.1 #377 (Streets of Poison, Bullseye kills the Red Skull, but it turns out to be a robot duplicate)
Captain America Vol.1 #378 (Streets of Poison, Red Skull fights Kingpin, Crossbones fight Captain America)
Captain America Vol.1 #383 (flashback, to where Red Skull recruits Crossbones)
Captain America Vol.1 #387 (The Red Skull finds out someone is out to get him, he orders Skeleton Crew to investigate it)
Captain America Vol.1 #388 (Red Skull has a "work-out" with five of the Taskmaster's men, dressed up as Captain America. After killing four of them, the fifth grabs the Skull and teleports away!)
Captain America Vol.1 #389 (The capture is revealed as Hauptmann Deutschland, the Skeleton Crew hears about Red Skull's capture and set after his homing device)
Captain America Vol.1 #390 (The Skeleton Crew is defeated by Shutz-Heiliggruppe!)
Captain America Vol.1 #391 (Preparations for the trial of Red Skull, Machinesmith escapes)
Captain America Vol.1 #393 (Machinesmith frees the rest of the Skeleton Crew, and they are saved by Arnim Zola, who has sent a trio of plastoids disguised as the Avengers to free them, claiming they are to be tried in America. Realizing his mistake, Hauptmann Deutschland heads to the Smith Building where he meets Captain America, and they find the Red Skull dead!)
Captain America Vol.1 #394 (It is revealed that Red Skull has faked his own death. At his base he holds a meeting with all his allies. Crossbones is fired from the team)
Captain America Vol.1 #395 (Mother Night tries to find a replacement for Crossbones between the Mangler, Deathstroke and Cutthroat. Cutthroat wins by killing the other two)
Captain America Vol.1 #396 (Cutthroat begins his training trained by the Taskmaster, while Motther Night and Machinesmith watch)
Captain America Vol.1 #397 (Mother Night (disguised as a Scourge recruits Blackwing & Jack 'O Lantern, but get captured by Captain America herself)
Captain America Vol.1 #398 (Cutthroat, Jack 'O Lantern & Blackwing rejoins with Mother Night who has escaped police custody. Back in Colorado, the Red Skull viciously beats Mother Night for ruining his fake death. He leaves her alive so he can continue to abuse her)
Captain America Vol.1 #402 (Cutthroat kisses Mother Night)
Captain America Vol.1 #405 (Crossbones and Diamondback fights Cutthroat, Jack 'O Lantern & Blackwing)
Captain America Vol.1 #406 (The Skeleton Crew apprehends Crossbones & Diamondback. Cutthroat realizes that Diamondback is his sister)
Captain America Vol.1 #407 (Crossbones rejoins Skeleton Crew, Cutthroat revels his true identity to Diamondback)
Captain America Vol.1 #408 (Cutthroat tries to assassinate Ctrossbones, but is instead killed himself)
Captain America Vol.1 #409 (Blackwing buries Cutthroat, Diamondback is injected (by Crossbones) with a super soldier serum. Captain America and the Falcon comes to the rescue)
Captain America Vol.1 #410 (Captain America fights Crossbones while the Falcon fights and defeats Jack 'O Lantern and Blackwing. Diamondback tries to strangulate Crossbones,)
Final Appearance (as a team): Captain America Vol.1 #410

Skid-Row Slasher
Real Name: James "Jimmy" Crawley
Occupation: Serial Killer of homeless men
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Trenton, New Jersey
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Bertrand Crawley (father), Mrs. Crawley (mother, deceased)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
History: The Skid-Row Slasher blamed his mother's death on his father, who abandoned them when he was still a child; armed with a sickle, he assaulted the homeless people of Manhattan while searching for him.
Cause of Death: Fell from rooftop
First Appearance: Moon Knight Vol.1 #2
List Of Appearances:
Moon Knight Vol.1 #2 (stalked father in alleys of Manhattan; captured, escaped, fell from rooftop while fighting Moon Knight)
Final Appearance: Moon Knight Vol.1 #2

Skids
Real Name: Sally Blevins
Occupation: Outlaw, adventurer, former student
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Widowed
Known Relatives: Bill Blevis (father), Matilda Blevis (mother), unnamed maternal grandmother (deceased)
Group Affiliation: Former member of Morlocks, X-Terminators, New Mutants, Mutants Liberation Front, Acolytes
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Has the ability to create protective frictionless force fields around herself and others
First Appearance: X-Factor #7
List Of Appearances;
X-Factor #7 (met Glow Worm and Bulk)
X-Factor #8 (helped rescue Rusty Collins from Freedom Force)
X-Factor #9
X-Factor #11 (Mutant Massacre)
X-Factor #12
X-Factor #13
X-Factor #14
X-Factor #15
X-Factor #16 (part of origin revealed)
X-Factor #17
X-Factor #18
X-Factor #19
X-Factor #20 (alongside Rictor and Artie saves Rusty)
X-Factor #21
X-Factor #22 (attacked by The Right)
X-Factor #23 (freed by X-Factor)
X-Factor #27
X-Factor #28
X-Factor #29
X-Factor #30
X-Factor #31 (helps other young X-Factor members with the plans to make sure that Infectia don't falls for Infectia)
X-Factor #32
X-Factor #33 (fought Alliance of Evil)
X-Factor #40
X-Factor #41
X-Terminators #1-4 (Inferno)
New Mutants Vol.1 #72-74 (Inferno)
New Mutants Vol.1 #76
New Mutants Vol.1 #78
New Mutants Vol.1 #85-86 (Acts Of Vengeance)
New Mutants Vol.1 #87 (freed by Mutant Liberation Front, and joined team)

Skien
Real Name: Sybil Dvorak
Occupation: Socialite, cult leader
Other Aliases: Gypsy Moth
Place of Birth: Foscani, Rumania
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Night Shift
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Possesses the mental ability of psychokinetic, the power to manipulate materials and objects with her mind. She is able to use her psychokinetic powers for levitation, both on herself or on another person, but not on herself and another person at the same time.
First Appearance: Spider-Woman Vol.1 #10
History: Sybil Dvorak is a mutant whose powers manifested themselves while she was a child. Raised by gypsies, she had spend much time alone nurturing and focusing her mental abilities. In her late teens she met a handsome middle-aged American actor named Jason Reed (see: Reed, Jason). Seduced by him, she agreed to come to his house in Hollywood as his mistress. When Jason Reed died Sybil inherited his home and wealth.
List of Appearances:
Spider-Woman Vol.1 #10
Spider-Woman Vol.1 #48

Skin
Real Name: Angelo Espinosa
Occupation: Student at a college preparatory school, and part-time super-hero in training
Other Aliases: Angie, Ange, Angelito
Place Of Birth: East Los Angeles, California
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Mr. Espinosa (father, first name unrevealed, deceased), Mrs. Espinosa (mother, first name unrevealed), Gil
(cousin, last name unrevealed), Inez (cousin, last name unrevealed)
Group Affiliation: Generation X
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Skin is a mutant with extra skin that he has seemingly complete control over
First Appearance (as Angelo): Uncanny X-Men #317
First Appearance (as Skin): Generation X #1
History: Before the time that Angelo joined Generation X, he was living in L.A, at one point Angelo was believed to have been killed, and he is still considered legally dead by the general public.
List Of Appearances;
X-Men #36 (non-appearance cameo)
Uncanny X-Men #317 (first appearance; covers Paige Guthrie is his skin as a blanket)
X-Men #37
Uncanny X-Men #318 (agrees to join Generation X)
Generation X #1 (takes codename Skin)
Generation X #2
Generation X #3
Generation X #4 (power-related migraines mentioned)
Generation X #5 (part of origin revealed)
Generation X #6 (alongside Synch and Jubilee saves Artie)
Generation X #7 (alongside Synch, builds a tree-house for Artie and Leech)
Uncanny X-Men #325 (play a game of cross-team baseball with X-Men, X-Force and Generation X)
Wolverine #94
Generation X #8 (alongside Generation X transported to a pocket universe)
Generation X #9
Uncanny X-Men Annual ‘95
Generation X Annual ‘95
Generation X #10
Generation X #11
Generation X #12 (attacked by Bulwark)
Generation X #13
Generation X #14
Generation X #15
Generation X #16
Generation X #17 (more of origin revealed, hunted by X-Cutioner for the murder of Angelo Espinosa, convince X-Cutioner that he is infact Angelo)
Generation X #18
Generation X #20 (alongside Chamber mets Howard The Duck)
Generation X #21 (disguised as an old man mets his mother, hangs-out at cousin Gil's house)
Generation X #22
Generation X Annual ‘96
X-Men Annual ‘96
Generation X #23
Generation X #25
Generation X #26
Generation X #27
Generation X #28
Generation X Annual ‘97
Generation X #29 (reunited with cousin Gil, nore of origin)
Generation X #30
Generation X #31
Generation X #32
Marvel Team-Up Vol.2 #1
Generation X #33 (more of origin)
Generation X #34
Generation X #35
Generation X #36
Generation X #37
Generation X #38
Generation X #39
Generation X #40
Generation X #41
Generation X #1/2
X-Men Unlimited #20
Generation X Annual ‘98
Generation X #42
Generation X #43 (sports a trimmed goatee)
Generation X #44 (returns to his usual stubble covered chin, Skin says he now uses his old cigar box to hold money, not guns)
Generation X #45
Generation X #46
Generation X #47
Generation X #48
Generation X #49
Generation X Christmas Special
Generation X #50
X-Man #50
Generation X #51
X-Men Unlimited #23
Generation X #52
Generation X #53
Generation X #54
Generation X #55
Generation X #56
Contest of Champions II #1-5
Wolverine #141
Generation X #57
Generation X #58
Generation X Annual ‘99
Generation X #59
New Warriors Vol.2 #5
Generation X #60
Generation X #61
New Warriors Vol.2 #5 (don't believe the New Warriors need the help of Generation X. Goes to New York with the rest of the team, fights Speedball, but later teams up with the New Warriors in order to defeat Biohazard)
Uncanny X-Men #379 (looses mutant powers like all mutants around the world)

"Skinny"
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Student
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #246
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #246 (a few gang members bullying a small guy calling him "Skinny". Spider-Man rescues the kid, and the kid daydreaming of being a superhero like Spider-Man)

Skinny
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Criminal
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Ally of Steel
Source Of Powers: None
Cause Of Death: Shot and killed by Zahner
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #2
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #2 (Elements of Terror, hired by Zahler to kidnap Senator Wycombe, treatnened by Zahler himself)
Marvel Comics Presents #4
Marvel Comics Presents #7 (captured Mickey Dittilio, shot and killed by Zahner)
Final Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #7

Skord
Real Name: Skord
Occupation: Guardian of the kingdom of Mirmir
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: The dimension of Asgard
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Member of a supernatural sub-race of Asgard
Powers: Flight, thick hide, clawed limbs
First Appearance: Journey Into Mystery #103
List of Appearances:
Journey Into Mystery #103 (fought Thor in the kingdom of Mirmir, defeated)
Avengers Vol.3 #1 (sent to Wakanda by Morgan Le Fay, fought the Black Panther)

Skragg
Real Name: Skragg
Occupation: Mercenary
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: The Skrull Homeworld
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Deviant member of the Skrull race
Powers: Able to shape-shift
Cause of Death: Turned to stone by Thanos
First Appearance: Captain Marvel Vol.1 #25
List of Appearances:
Captain Marvel Vol.1 #25 (with Super-Skrull, appeared to Captain Mar-Vell as a variety of his old foes to increase his paranoia)
Captain Marvel Vol.1 #26 (with Thanos, observed attempt to trick Mar-Vell into killing the Thing; turned to stone by Thanos when plan failed)
Final Appearance: Captain Marvel Vol.1 #26

Skreet
Real Name:
Occupation:
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: partner of Thanos
Source of Powers:
Powers:
First Appearance:
List of Appearances:
Annihilation: Prologue #1 (Annihilation Day -7 On the Edge of the Universe, Verge System 026, with Death and Thanos are talking to each other, Thanos feels something is coming)

Skrulls
See: Appendix, Alien Races, Skrulls

Skul
Real Name: John Skulinowski
Occupation: Agent of SHIELD
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Elite Agents of SHIELD
Source of Powers: None
History: At some point John Skulinowski's face was badly damaged and he now wears a skull shaped mask over it.
First Appearance: Captain America Annual 2000
List of Appearances:
Captain America Annual 2000 (Goes with other Elite Agents of SHIELD on their first mission.)

Skull-Face
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Demon
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Former agent of the Yellow Claw
Source of Powers: Skeleton of a demon, reanimated by electricity
Powers/Abilities: Enhanced strength, telepathy
First Appearance: Mystery Tales #6
List of Appearances:
Mystery Tales #6(brought to life by mad scientist hired by film producers, set off to slay others)
What If Vol.1 #9 (hired by the Yellow Claw to assist in capture of President Eisenhower, fought the 50's Avengers, smashed into pieces by Marvel Boy)

Skull The Slayer
Real Name: James "Jim" Patrick Scully
Occupation: Adventurer, former U.S Army sergeant
Other Aliases: (former) Blazing Skull II
Place Of Birth: ?
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: Unnamed father (deceased), unnamed mother (deceased), Mr. Scully (brother, deceased), Pam Scully (ex-wife)
Group Affiliation: Former ally of Ann, Dr. Cory and Jeff Turner
Source Of Powers: Alien belt
Powers: Superhuman strength
First Appearance (as Skull The Slayer): Skull The Slayer #1
First Appearance (as Blazing Skull): Captain America Vol.1 #420
History: Jim Scully is a Vietnam War veteran, who spent 5 years in a North Vietnamese Prison Camp. He was finally rescued and decorated by the President (of the U.S.) for his bravery and not giving any information to the enemy. Scully notes that he didn't even have any information to give. While not mentioned by name, the medal that he receives is the Congressional Medal of Honor, it's the only military medal that you wear around your neck and that's how President Nixon is placing it on Scully. When Scully returns home, he discovers that his wife is living with another man, so he returns to the home of his parents. There he discovers his brother, tripping on acid. Through his brother, he finds out that his parents died while he was a POW. In a fit of rage over his brother, Jim's brother lunges at Jim with a knife. Jim chopped at his brother's neck and as his brother fell to the ground, he landed on his own knife and died. Jim ran. He hid in Oklahoma for two months. Then Georgia. He was finally caught in Bermuda, and was being transported back to the United States when the Air Force plane was caught in the Bermuda Triangle. Scully and the other passangers (including Jeff Turner, Dr. Raymond Cory and Ann Farrow Reynolds) was all sent to a pre-historic place.
List Of Appearances;
Skull The Slayer #1 (returned from Vietnam, learned of parents death, accidently killed his own brother, on airplane met Dr. Cory, Jeff and Ann)
Skull The Slayer #2-3
Skull The Slayer #4 (fought Merlin and Morgan Le Fey robots, seemingly death of allies Dr. Cory, Jeff and Ann, killed by the villain Slitherouge)
Skull The Slayer #5 (Black Knight kills Slitherough, Black Knight revealed also to be a robot, Jeff, Ann and Dr. Cory revealed to be alive)
Skull The Slayer #6-8
Marvel Two-In-One #35 (Scully, Jeff, Dr. Corey, and Anne are all about to be killed by the Jaguar Priest but they are saved by The Thing rescues them, but they can't escape because the batteries in the jet are all burned)
Marvel Two-In-One #36 (Thing, and Skull and his allies fights dinosaurs, get the batteries, battle dinosaurs, fix the jet, battle dinosaurs, and escape to the modern world, bringing pterodactyls with them. Mr. Fantastic arrives to help our heroes and they defeat the Jaguar Priest and the dinosaurs. Mr. Fantastic remarks that he will call Ka-Zar to take the dinosaurs to the Savage Land. The Jaguar Priest is taken into custody)
Captain America Vol.1 #420
Hawkeye Vol.4 #1
Hawkeye Vol.4 #2

Skullfire
See: Appendix; Futures, 2099; Fitzgerald, Timothy Sean

Skullcrusher
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Mercenary
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: China
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Abilities: Proficient in use of the morningstar
First Appearance: Master of Kung Fu #61
List of Appearances:
Master of Kung-Fu #61 (First follows Black Jack Tarr from Shang-Chi’s apartment, when an old man is about to reveal that Skullcrusher is following Black Jack, he is knocked out. Black Jack still isn’t aware that he has been followed, so Skullcrusher decides it’s safe to return. He returns and confronts Shang-Chi who has just left the apartment. Skullcrusher says “...it has been necessary for me to find you before you leave London, you see I have already accepted payment to slay you”. Skullcrusher attacks Shang-Chi, during the fight Skullcrusher reveals that it’s nothing personal, it’s for the money. Before the fight ends, Skullcrusher escapes)
Master of Kung-Fu #62 (Shang-Chi is now in Hong-Kong, remembering the fight with Skullcrusher, and is puzzled about the tact the Skullcrusher knew he would leave London before he knew himself. Skullcrusher himself reports to his boss, that the owner of the Jade Peacock is dead, and the shipment there was stolen, his boss revealed to be Shen Kuei a.k.a. The Cat, says “And all because he failed in London to stop Shang-Chi, before he could murder the owner of he club, murder my brother”
Master of Kung-Fu #63 (Angry at Skullcrusher for his recent mistakes, first for taking orders from others and the second for failing to kill Shang-Chi because it meant the death of Shen Kuei’s brother. Told by Shen that he will get a partner for the final battle with Shang-Chi and that they better kill him this time. Mets with Shang-Chi attacks him, before Shang-Chi manage to defeat his opponent, Skullcrusher’s partner arrives, revealed to be Pavane)
Master of Kung-Fu #65 (Alongside Pavane fights Shang-Chi, when Pavane is knocked out, escapes by threatening to crush Juliette’s head. While on the run, Shen Kuei suddenly appears, he learns that Skullcrusher has failed him again, and even left Pavane. Knocked down by Shen.)
Master of Kung-Fu #66 (Alongside Shen Kuei discovers the unconscious Pavane)
Master of Kung-Fu #67 (At Shen Kuei’s house tells Shen that he has found a boat. Told by Shen that he took too long, and that he is a fool)
Master of Kung-Fu #68 (mentioned only, when Kogar ask if Shen has brought Skullcrusher and Pavane with him, Shen answers that he was wrong in employing Skullcrusher and that he has been dismissed)
Master of Kung-Fu #69 (Juliette tells Shang-Chi that Skullscrusher has become the new master of the Po Lin temple and Shang-Chi must pass the “test” in order to fight him. Shang-Chi arrives at the Po Lin temple to go through the test, in order to fight Skullcrusher. When Shang-Chi passes the test, he finally have a chance to fight Skullcrusher, upon defeating him, wanting to slay the villain, he is stopped by Juliette who reveals that she is now in love with Skullscrusher
Master of Kung-Fu #71 (flashback)

Skrullian Skymaster
See: Appendix, Earth-S, Skrullian Skymaster

Skulls
Current Group Leader: Aryan
Former Group Leaders: Unrevealed
Current Members: various unnamed
Former Members: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Wolverine Vol.2 #164
History: The Skrulls is a gang of criminals who worships Red Skull (see: Red Skull I)
List of Appearances:
Wolverine Vol.2 #164

Sky Raiders
Group Leader at Time of Disbandment: Gravition
Former Group Leader: None
Members at Time of Disbandment: Rodney, Kevin, Deke, Clarissa, Mick, Blue
Former Members: Lewis
First Appearance: Thunderbolts #27
List of Appearances:
Thunderbolts #27 (enlisted as Graviton's private army, granted the ability to conquer gravity by him)
Thunderbolts #28 (fought the Thunderbolts alongside Graviton)
Thunderbolts #29-30 (witnessed the Thunderbolts' escape; fled when Graviton's defeat became imminent)
Final Appearance: Thunderbolts #30

Skybreaker (New Universe)
See: Appendix, New Universe, Skybreaker (New Universe)

Skybreaker
Real Name: Aireo
Occupation: Criminal
Other Aliases: Skybreaker
Place Of Birth: Attilan
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Force Of Nature, former member of "Evil" Inhumans
Source Of Powers: Aireo was given powers by the terrigenation mist like all Inhumans
Powers/Abilities: Has the ability to become lighter that air, and thereby fly
First Appearance (as Aireo): Fantastic Four Vol.1 #47
First Appearance (as Skybreaker): New Warriors Vol.1 #7
List Of Appearances;
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #47
Incredible Hulk Annual 1
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #119-120 (with "Evil" Inhumans tried to conquer Costa Salvador)
New Warriors Vol.1 #7-9 (joined Force Of Nature, fought New Warriors)
New Warriors Vol.1 #29-30 (with Force Of Nature in Trans-Sabal, fought New Warriors)

Skyhawk
Real Name: Winston Manchester
Occupation: Businessman, adventurer
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Earth-Force
Source Of Powers: Given powers by the death god Seth
Powers: Has the ability to fly by using his powerful arm-to-rib cage wings
First Appearance: Thor Vol.1 #395
List Of Appearances;
Thor Vol.1 #395 (with other Earth Force members granted powers by Seth)

Skyline Killer
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Hired assassin
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None; wears a weapons harness
Abilities: (weapons harness) includes explosives, artificial claws, and an electric touch
Cause of Death: Shot in the head by the Punisher
First Appearance: Clandestine #6
List Of Appearances:
Clandestine #6 (hired by Kramer to assassinate Kay Cera)
Clandestine #7 (captured Samantha Hassard and Kay Cera, prevented from killing them by Spider-Man, Imp, and Crimson Crusader; killed Kramer as payback; assassinated by the Punisher)
Final Appearance: Clandestine #7

Skyshark
Real Name: Captain Schleigal
Occupation: Nazi pilot
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Germany
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Battle-Axis
Source of Powers: None
Abilities: Expert pilot
First Appearance: Marvel Two-In-One Annual 1
List of Appearances:
Marvel Two-In-One Annual 1 (with Slicer, made air runs on New York City)
Marvel Two-In-One #20 (abandoned Slicer, fled from the Liberty Legion)
The Invaders Vol.2 #2 (flew Battle-Axis on mission)
The Invaders Vol.2 #4 (fought Invaders, killed John Goldstein)

Skyways Express
See: Appendix, M.U Companies, Skyways Express

Slacks, Tracy
Real Name: Tracy Slacks
Occupation: Rock Promoter
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Howard the Duck Vol.1 #33
List of Appearances:
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #33 (Tries to get Howard to invest in an athletic themed rock group.)

Slade
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Hitman, henchman
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Fixer I's organization
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Loyal, coldblooded
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #1
History:
List of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.1 #1 (when Jack Murdock refused to lose a match against "Dynamite" Dave. Fixer ordered his hitman Slade to gun down Murdock. Trying to get away with murder, a costumed vigilante manage to finds out that Fixer and Slade were behind the murder. Unaware that the costumed vigilante Daredevil was none other than the son of Jack, they tried to get away with it. Daredevil manage to defeat both of them, first Slade, and the Fixer who died from a heartattack. Slade who was unaware that Fixer had died, was tricked by Daredevil into admitting that it was him that had gunned down Murdock on order from Fixer. Slade was then taken in by the police. He tried to hire Nelson & Murdock to defend himself, but Foggy turned down the offer because he though the case had written guilty all over it)

Slade, Jim
Real Name: Jim Slade
Occupation: Unrevealed
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Josiah Harrow (uncle, deceased), Margaret Harrow-Perez (cousin, deceased), Lucy Harrow (uncle's granddaughter), Mrs. Harrow-Slade (mother, deceased), Manuel Perez (cousin-in-law, aka White Death), Mr. Harrow (uncle), Phillip Avery (distant relative, deceased)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
Cause of Death: Stabbed in the back by the White Death
First Appearance: Captain America Comics #9
List of Appearances:
Captain America Comics #9 (met with other relatives for reading of Josiah Harrow's will; killed by the White Death)
Final Appearance: Captain America Comics #9

Slade, Mr.
Real Name: Slade (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Owner of Gloom Room A-Go-Go, operative of the Kingpin
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #59
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #59 (used his go-go dancing house to ensnare George Stacy and others to be brainwashed by the Kingpin; plot discovered by Spider-Man, captured by him)

Slade, Patrick
Real Name: Patrick Slade
Occupation: Owner of Slades African Artifacts
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: presumed in South Africa
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: unnamed father (presumed deceased), unnamed mother (presumed deceased), Sarah Slade (wife)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
Cause of Death: Killed when Elmer Gore cut his throat
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #13
History: Patrick Slade was the son of a north-irish man and an afrikaaner woman, Slade had his own business in South Africa when he met Black Panther (see: Black Panther). This meeting later proved fatal for Mr. Slade, because it costed him his life as he was killed by an enemy of Black Panther
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #13 (Panther's Quest, told Black Panther that he knew something about Black Panther's mother)
Marvel Comics Presents #14 (told Black Panther what he knew, hit in the arm by a knife)
Marvel Comics Presents #15
Marvel Comics Presents #29 (finally found by Black Panther)
Marvel Comics Presents #30 (throat cut by Elmer Gore)

Slade, Sara
Real Name: Sara Slade
Occupation: Unrevealed
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: presumed somewhere in South Africa
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Patrick Slade (husband, deceased), unnamed father-in-law (presumed deceased), unnamed mother-in-law (presumed deceased)
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #19
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #19 (met Black Panther)
Marvel Comics Presents #23
Marvel Comics Presents #31 (learned about the death of her husband)

Slagg, Sly
Real Name: Sylvester Slagg
Occupation: Modern-day pirate
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The Plunderer's team of modern day pirates
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Vicious, manipulating, slef-centered, disloyal. Good marksman with a gun
Cause of death: Gunned down by Feepers
First Appearance (unnamed): Daredevil Vol.1 #12
First Appearance (named): Daredevil Vol.1 #13
History:
List of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.1 #12 (with The Plunderer's gang attacked the liner Odysseus. Fought Daredevil. Brough him with them to Skull Island)
Daredevil Vol.1 #13 (with The Plunderer went to England to Lord Plunder's castle. Tried to double-cross his teammates and steal a valuable medallion for himself, but gunned down and killed by Feepers)

Slapstick
Real Name: Steve Harmon
Occupation: High School Student
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: New Jersey
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Unnamed Mother and Father, Great uncle Jar-head (on his mother's side)
Group Affiliation: Ally of New Warriors
Source of Powers: Transformed after travelling through an alien funhouse mirror. His gloves were created by an alien scientist.
Powers: Slapstick's body is made of living unstable molecules and therefore indestuctable. It also gives him many of the abilities you would expect to find in the average cartoon character. When Slapstick is electrified he grows larger and stronger.
Slapstick's gloves are what keeps his unstable molecule body together. His left glove has a transformation inducer that allows him to transform from Slapstick to his "normal" self and back. His right glove contains a sub-spacial storage pocket that allows him to store items (most commonly his mallet). He can access these items by making a special gesrure with that hand. It appears he is pulling the objects out of thin air.
First appearance: Slapstick #1
List of Appearances:
Slapstick #1 (origin, fought evil clowns from Dimension X)
Slapstick #2 (fought mutant hunter, Overkiller)
Slapstick #3 (fought child mutant genius Doctor Denton)
Slapstick #4 (fought the Neutron Bum).
Marvel Comics Presents #159-163 (helped New Warriors and Impossible Man fight Dr. Yesterday)

Slash
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Sisters Of Sin
Source Of Powers: None; has claw-like appendeges in place of hands
First Appearance (as Sister Agony): Captain America Vol.1 #294
First Appearance (as Slash): Captain America Vol.1 #355
List Of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #294 (alongside Sisters Of Sin, introduced to Baron Zemo II)
Captain America Vol.1 #295-296 (alongside Sisters of Sin, fought Captain America and Nomad III)
Captain America Vol.1 #298 (origin recounted)
Captain America Vol.1 #299 (alongside Sisters Of Sin, fought Falcon and Nomad III)
Captain America Vol.1 #301 (alongside Sisters of Sin, attempted to kill Captain America; restored to proper age)
Captain America Vol.1 #355 (alongside Sisters Of Sin, encountered teenaged Captain America)
Captain America Vol.1 #356-357 (alongside Sisters Of Sin, fought and defeated by Captain America in Camp of Hate)

Slasher II
See: Razorblade

Slasher III
Real Name: Roky Vance
Occupation: Top broker for Hanset, murderer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Billionaire Boys' Club
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Roky is one of the best brokers in the world, but slightly excentric, he began using a large knife to kill bums in the streets of New York City
Cause of Death: Cut down by Sijo
First Appearance: Punisher Vol.2 #8
History: At the age of 26, Roky acquires his seat on the New York Stock Exchange. Later he begins his time as The Slasher killing bums in New York City.
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.2 #8 (alongside Sijo at the New York Stock Exchange, watched by Punisher. Roky leaves with Sijo sriving to Warrick county, Connecticut. Followed by Punisher and Microchip, Jr. Arrives at Microcorp a subsidiary of Praxdorf to meet with Arnold Hansen and Mr. Takegura. Watched by Punisher. Leaves the house in Connecticut to go back to New York. Punisher listens to the radio, and hears that the 6th victim of the Slasher has been found. The next day meet at Praxdorf headquaters with Takegura and Hansen. Before leaving again Roky uses some drugs getting him high, he leaves the room alongside Sijo. In the night Roky and Sijo captures Quentin O'Toole and begins to stab him.)
Punisher Vol.2 #9 (On the WNEX news, tv-reporter Peggy Snow tells to the camera that Quentin O'Toole has been found dead, the 8th victim of the Slasher. At the house in Connecticut, Takegura calls and asks for Roky, wanting to meet with him. Kiyami and Sijo goes with him. They meet with Takegura, and Roky learns that Punisher has taken Takegura, and wants to exchange Takegura for Roky. Suddenly a ninja appears and begins to fight Punisher. Roky realizing that the ninja is Sijo thinks himself safe, until Sijo uses his katana against Roky, thereby killing him....)
Final Apparance: Punisher Vol.2 #9

Slasher III (imposters)
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Unnamed
Former Group Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment: Two unnamed
Former Members: None
First Appearance: Punisher Vol.2 #8
History: When the Slasher kills bums in the streets, three friends decides to have some fun, and hope the blame will fall on the Slasher (see: Slasher III)
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.2 #8 (goes out in the streets, looking for bums to terrorize, and to put the blame on the real Slasher who is loose in the city, killing bums. Attacks a bum, tells him to take off his coat. The "bum" do what they say, and is revealed as Punisher. He begins to fight the "Slashers", breaking the neck of two of the Slashers, leaving the third one for the police....)
Final Appearance: Punisher Vol.2 #8

Slattery, William
Real Name: William Slattery
Occupation: Cop
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: NYPD
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Basic police training
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #258
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #258 (Spider-Man helps officer William Slattery capturing 4 robbers. But when the press wants a statement from the "new hero in town", the "bag-man" have no comments and escapes. Later in his apartment, Peter watches the news, sees himself on tv as the "bag-man", learning that the officer William Slattery is in a stabilized condition)

Slayers Elite
Group Leader: Nimrod Strange/Arsenal II
Members: Master Sniper, Jouka, Sumaro, Kareesh-Pek
First Appearance: Moon Knight Vol.1 #17
List Of Appearances:
Moon Knight Vol.1 #17-20

Sleeper I
Real Name: None
Occupation: Agent of destruction
Other Aliases: None
Place of Creation: Berlin, Germany
Creator: The Red Skull
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Robotic construction
Powers: Superhuman strength and durability, able to fire electric bolts
Cause of Destruction: Exploded by Captain America using flame-thrower
First Appearance: Tales of Suspense #72
List of Appearances:
Tales of Suspense #72 (awakened in Gortmund by Von Kimmer, went on rampage)
Tales of Suspense #73 (joined with Sleeper II)
Tales of Suspense #74 (joined with Sleeper III, destroyed by Captain America)
Captain America Vol.1 #370 (miniature replica seen in Red Skull's museum, fought Captain America and Diamondback, destroyed)
Final Appearance: Tales of Suspense #74

Sleeper II
Real Name: None
Occupation: Agent of destruction
Other Aliases: None
Place of Creation: Berlin, Germany
Creator: The Red Skull
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Robotic construction
Powers: Flight, able to uproot objects below it using gravity-force
Cause of Destruction: Exploded by Captain America using flame-thrower
First Appearance: Tales of Suspense #73
List of Appearances:
Tales of Suspense #73 (awakened in Telbeck by Erica Wolfmann, joined with Sleeper I)
Tales of Suspense #74 (joined with Sleeper III, destroyed by Captain America)
Captain America Vol.1 #370 (miniature replica seen in Red Skull's museum, fought Captain America and Diamondback, destroyed)
Final Appearance: Tales of Suspense #74

Sleeper III
Real Name: None
Occupation: Agent of destruction
Other Aliases: None
Place of Creation: Berlin, Germany
Creator: The Red Skull
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Robotic construction
Powers: Flight
Cause of Destruction: Exploded by Captain America using flame-thrower
First Appearance: Tales of Suspense #74
List of Appearances:
Tales of Suspense #74 (awakened in Molnitz by Schlag, joined with Sleeper I and II, destroyed by Captain America)
Captain America Vol.1 #370 (miniature replica seen in Red Skull's museum, fought Captain America and Diamondback, destroyed)
Final Appearance: Tales of Suspense #74

Sleeper IV
Real Name: None
Occupation: Agent of destruction
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Creation: Berlin, Germany
Creator: Nazi-scientists and robotechnicians
Group Affiliation: Skeleton Crew, former one of 5 sleepers (the others are all destroyed)
Source Of Powers: Robotic material, design and construction
Powers: Superhuman strenght, stamina and reflexes, demigod-like durability, originally the Sleeper could also alter its density from steel from to total intangibility and generate thermal energy both "abilities" are now lost
Cause of Destruction: An explosion
First Appearance: Captan America Vol.1 #101
List Of Appearances;
Captain America Vol.1 #101-102
Strange Tales Vol.1 #115
Captain America Vol.1 #354
Captain America Vol.1 #367 (fights and is defeated by Magneto)
Captain America Vol.1 #368 (repaired by Machinesmith)
Captain America Vol.1 #369 (with Machinesmith in his body, out looking for the missing Red Skull, fought Black Queen)
Captain America Vol.1 #370 (with Skeleton Crew found Red Skull)
Captain America Vol.1 #387 (with Skeleton Crew sent out to investigate who is stalking Red Skull)
Captain America Vol.1 #389 (learns of Red Skull's capture)
Captain America Vol.1 #390 (with Skeleton Crew fought defeated by Shutz-Heiliggruppe)
Captain America Vol.1 #391 (as prisoner of Shutz-Heiliggruppe)
Captain America Vol.1 #393 (freed with the rest of the Skeleton Crew, by Machinesmith)
Captain America Vol.1 #409
Captain America Vol.1 #410 (seemingly destroyed in explosion)
Final Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #410

Sleepwalker
Real Name: Unpronouncable
Occupation: Crimefighter
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: An unspecified location within the Mindscape
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The Secret Defenders
Source Of Powers: Unrevealed
Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, durability, agility and reflexes; flight, enhanced vision, able to project images of what he has seen through his eyes, able to warp reality with eyebeams
First Appearance: Sleepwalker #1
List Of Appearances:
Sleepwalker #1 (first emerged from Rick Sheridan's mind, battled gang of thieves)
Sleepwalker #2 (first fought 8-Ball)
Sleepwalker #3 (revealed to have battled Cobweb and become trapped in Rick Sheridan's mind; convinced Rick of his sincerity)
Sleepwalker #5-6 (with Spider-Man, battled Kingpin and Crimewave II)
Sleepwalker #7/Quasar #27 (with Darkhawk, Deathlok III, Moon Knight and the Squadron Supreme, attempted to stop Eon's body from invading Earth's universe; battled Chain Gang)
Sleepwalker #12 (fought Nightmare)
Sleepwalker #13-16 (battled Spectra; alongside Mr. Fantastic and the Thing, fought the Thought Police)
Darkhawk #19 (comes to take possession of the Darkhawk armor)
Darkhawk #20/Sleepwalker #17 (alongside Darkhawk and Spider-Man, saved Portal from the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants V)
Sleepwalker #18 (battled Doppelgangers of Beast, Daredevil and Firestar during Infinity War)
Sleepwalker #19-24 (exchanged bodies with Rick Sheridan; battled Cobweb, Chain Gang, 8-Ball, and Hobgoblin III)
Sleepwalker #25 (revealed to be the lead scout for the Mindspawn, an invasion force from the Mindscape intent on conquering Earth)
Sleepwalker #26-27 (repelled Mindspawn invasion)
Sleepwalker Holiday Special #1 (Fights and defeats Mr. Jyn. Later, convinces some criminals he is the ghost of a security guard they shot.)

Slicer
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Agent of the Axis Powers
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Japan
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Accomplished swordsman
First Appearance: Marvel Two-In One Annual 1
List of Appearances:
Marvel Two-In-One Annual 1 (flew as Skyshark's co-pilot; fought the Liberty Legion)
Marvel Two-In-One #20 (fought Liberty Legion and the Thing, captured, abandoned by Skyshark)

Slider
sli
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation:
Other Aliases:
Place of Birth:
Marital Status:
Known Relatives:
Group Affiliation: "Singapore Mutants"
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers/Abilities: Able to make the ground slick like glass
First Appearance: X-Men Vs. Avengers #4
History:
List of Appearances:
X-Men Vs. Avengers #4

Slim
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Owns a diner
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #245
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #245 (Serves Captain America in his Diner and puts up a sign saying, “Captain America Ate Here!”)

Slime Thing
Real Name: None
Occupation: Wanderer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed location in outer space
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Alien physiology
Powers: Able to breathe underwater, able to emit blinding glare from its eyes, able to heal the injuries of others
First Appearance: Sub-Mariner Vol.1 #72
List of Appearances:
Sub-Mariner Vol.1 #72 (while travelling through space, came to rest upon satellite that was later destroyed; fell to Earth, created body for itself, encountered and fought Sub-Mariner, temporarily blinded him; gave up physical body, healed Sub-Mariner, and departed)

Slingers
Current Leader:
Former Leaders: Black Marvel
Current Members: Dusk III, Hornet III, Prodigy III, Ricochet III
Former Members: None
First Appearance: Slingers #0
List of Appearances:
Slingers #0 (Dusk committed suicide to keep others from throwing her out, suicide witnessed by the others)
Slingers #1 (Hornet prevents Mac Garrity from killing himself. Prodigy and  Ricochet stopped de-railed train; met with Black Marvel. Dusk rose out of the morgue, secretly helped others stop de-railed train)
Slingers #2 (investigated Grand Royale Hotel, fought giant rats. Dusk visited parents' house)
Slingers #3 (Dusk saved Hornet III from being buried alive; confronted him at his dorm)
Slingers #4 (Dusk encountered Spider-Man at scene of her death; saved Ricochet III from fall)
Slingers #5 (helped save people from fire at Grand Royale Hotel)
Slingers #6 (origins recounted; Dusk held dare with Ricochet)
Slingers #7 (fought the Griz, Prodigy returns home)
Slingers #8 (Dusk and Ricochet saved Hornet from the Griz)
Slingers #9 (Dusk watched Ricochet and Hornet practice)
Slingers #10 (learnt Prodigy III was alive; captured by Mephisto)
Slingers #11 (Dusk with aid of others, overcame torment by Mephisto)
Slingers #12 (rejected offer to serve Mephisto; saves Black Marvel's soul, abandoned identities)
New Warriors Vol.2 #1 (they all laughts at Speedball's invitation to join New Warriors)

Slipstream
Real Name: Cameron Davis
Occupation: Adventurer
Other Aliases: Slipstream
Place of Birth: Unrevealed location in Australia
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Miles Warbeck (father, aka Viceroy, deceased), Heather Cameron (older sister, aka Lifeguared)
Group Affiliation: Former member of X-Treme X-Men
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation, trickered by Sage
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance (as Camerion Davis): X-Treme X-Men #6
First Appearance (as Slipstream):
History:
List of Appearances:
X-Treme X-Men #6
X-Treme X-Men #7
X-Treme X-Men #8
X-Treme X-Men #9
X-Treme X-Men #10

Slither
Real name: Aaron Salomon
Occupation: Mercenary, Professional criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Mutant Force, former member of Brotherhood of Evil Mutants II, Serpent Society
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: can wrap his body around an opponent as a snake
First Appearance: Captain America Annual 4
History: Slither was one of the mutants whom Magneto recruited for his new Brotherhood of Evil Mutants (see: Brotherhood of Evil Mutants II; Magneto). After Magneto abandonned the team, they re-named themself Mutant Force and became mercenaries (see: Mutant Force). Slither later joined Viper II in her coup against Sidewinder in the Serpent Sociaty, while the rest of Mutant Force became Resistants, lately Mutant Force has reformed but been defeated by New Warriors (see: New Warriors II; Resistants; Serpent Society; Sidewinder I; Viper II)
List Of Appearances;
Captain America Annual 4 (as member of Brotherhood of Evil Mutants II)
Defenders #78-80 (with Mutant Force)
Defenders #87 (with Mutant Force)
Defenders #129-130 (with Mutant Force)
Captain America Vol.1 #342 (revealed as one of Viper II's supporters in the coup against Sidewinder)
Captain America Vol.1 #343
Captain America Vol.1 #344
New Warriors Vol.2 #6 (alongside the rest of the Mutant Force, tries to rob an armored car, is stopped by the New Warriors)

Sloan, Dr.
Real Name: Morris Sloan
Occupation: Scientist, professor at E.S.U
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Highly intelligent, tough but faur
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #242 (have a short conversation with Peter Parker, tells Peter that he isn't finished with the grading yet, because since Debra Whitman left as his secretary he has had too much work)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #243 (comes to Dr. Connorss office to talk to Dr. Connors, Spider-Man takes a peak at Dr. Sloan's papers and learns that he has passed his exam)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #244 (Dr. Sloan and Peter Parker has a short conversation. Peter informs Dr. Sloan that he'll be leaving for a while, and Dr. Sloan tells Peter that he hope he'll be back)

Sloan, Fred
Real Name: Fred Sloan
Occupation:
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance:
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #230 (alongside Bruce Banner kidnapped by The Corporation)

Slorenia
See: Appendix, Marvel Countries, Slorenia

“Slug”
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel Mystery Comics #58
List of Appearances:
Marvel Mystery Comics #58 (Works with a hitman called the Black Widow, stopped by Miss America.)

Slug
Real Name: Ulyssus X. Lugman
Occupation: Drug kingpin, criminal organizer, president and owner of several legal businesses
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Miami, Florida
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Head of own crime organisation
Source Of Powers: None
Abilities: Gifted, master strategist
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #325
List Of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #325
Web Of Spider-Man Annual 4 (Evolutionary War)
Marvel Comics Presents #61-66
Nomad Vol.1 #2 (flashback)
Nomad Vol.2 #4 (present at a meeting between different members of organized crime)
Spider-Man Unlimited #19 (Meets with Ben Urich who wants to find out if he is behind the recent crime wave in Florida. Says that the crime wave is actually caused by someone else who is hurting his business and offers Urich help finding him.)

Sluj
Real Name: Sluj
Occupation: Inapplicable
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Creation: Anderson Bio-Technic
Creator: Carolyn Sheridan and Jerry Baker
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: Inapplicable
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Organic cells from Carolyn Sheridan and Jerry Baker
Powers: Superhuman strength, able to breath under water
Cause Of Destruction: A virus planted by Namor
First Appearance: Namor, The Sub-Mariner #6
List Of Appearances:
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #6 (as sea, hand attacks Namor)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #7 (destroyed by virus)
Final Appearance: Namor, The Sub-Mariner #7

Sluk
Real Name: Byron Spencer
Occupation: Adventurer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: X-Force III
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Sluk has tentacle-like "Face Things" on his face, which he could
apparently use as weapons.
Cause of Death: Killed in an explosion caused by a mine.
First Appearance: X-Force #116
List of Appearances:
X-Force #116 (Goes with X-Force on a mission to Africa, where he is killed.)
Final Appearance: X-Force #116

Slyde
Real Name: Jalome Beacher
Occupation: Professional criminal, thief, former chemical engineer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Matthew Beacher (brother)
Group Affiliation: Masters of Evil VII
Source of Powers: None
Abilities: Slyde is using a costume and boots coated with a friction-eliminating chemical that allows him to skate rapidly over any surface with great speed
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #272
History: Jalome Beacher was a talente chemical engineer in the design and development laboratory of Beemont Manufacturing who created a chemical coating that spplied to any object, eliminated all friction between the object and any surface (see: Appendix, M.U Companies, Beemont Manufacturing). Beacher was about to unveil his discovery when Beemont was purchased by a larger organization. Shortly after the R&D lab was closed down and Beacher was fired. To get revenge for being fired, Beacher created his supervillain indetity as Slyde and began robbing banks to get money so he could start a company for himself, driving his former employeers out of business. Slyde later discovered that the organization which took over Beemont was owned by criminals, and Beamont was now a front criminals. Slyde teamed-up with the New York D.A to try to trap the criminals, Rockwell the man in front of Beemont was trapped and with the help pf Spider-Man put in jail. Slyde himself escaped with alot of money.
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #272 (origin revealed, trapped the new owners of Beemont Manufacturing, escaped with alot of money before Spider-Man could stop him)
Web of Spider-Man #23
Spider-Man Unlimited #6 (Hires Luke Cage to help him get his brother back from the Maggia. Is taken into custody after his brother is saved.)
Thunderbolts #24 (as member of Masters of Evil VII fought Thunderbolts)
Thunderbolts #25 (as member of Masters of Evil VII fought Thunderbolts, defeated)
Thunderbolts #26 (send to jail)
Spider-Man Unlimited Vol.3 #1 (fights Spider-Man, taken to jail, thinks to himself, that he do allright for himself for a 40 year old guy)

Small, "Tall" Joe
Real Name: Joe Small
Occupation: Hitman, sniper (Former) Marine
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Cause of Death: Run over by Punisher in a car
First Appearance: Punisher Vol.3 #2
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.3 #2 (Hired to kill Punisher, but is killed before he gets a chance to try.)

Smart Alec
Real Name: Alexander "Alec" Thorne
Occupation: Professional criminal, former superhero-in-training
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: London, England
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Omega Flight I, Gamma Flight I
Source of Powers: None
Abilities: Smart Alec has an extraordinarily high intellect, which is further increased by the encephalo-helmet he wears
Cause of Death: Crushed by Pestilence
First Appearance: Alpha Flight Vol.1 #1
List of Appearances:
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #1 (appeared in portrait of Gamma Flight members)
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #7 (recruited for Omega Flight by Delphine Courtney)
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #11 (with Omega Flight, confronted Guardian I)
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #12 (in battle with Alpha Flight, stole Shaman's pouch, lost his mind when he looked within it)
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #13 (in flashback, shown how Shaman shrunk his mindless body and placed it within the pouch)
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #44 (body possessed by spirit of Sasquatch, climbed out of the pouch)
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #45 (Sasquatch's spirit transferred to Box; Smart Alec's body crushed to death by Pestilence)
Alpha Flight Special 1 (in flashback, joined Gamma Flight I in mission against Egghead)
Marvel Comics Presents #51 (cameo)
Final Appearance: Alpha Flight Vol.1 #45

Smasher II
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Member of the Royal Elite Imperial Guard
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The Imperial Guard
Source of Powers: Unrevealed
Powers: Superhuman strength
First Appearance: "Uncanny" X-Men #107
List of Appearances:
"Uncanny" X-Men #107-108 (with the Imperial Guard, fought X-Men and Starjammers on behalf of D'Ken)
"Uncanny" X-Men #137 (with Imperial Guard, fought the X-Men on the moon, defeated Angel)
X-Men Spotlight on the Starjammers #2 (with Imperial Guard, fought Starjammers on behalf of Deathbird)
Uncanny X-Men #275 (with Imperial Guard, fought X-Men and Starjammers, defeated)
Thor Vol.1 #446 (Operation: Galactic Storm; with Imperial Guard and Avengers, fought Starforce; became friends with Thor II)
Avengers West Coast Vol.2 #82 (Operation: Galactic Storm; fought Living Lightning, defeated him; fought Thor II, defeated)
Quasar #55 (with Imperial Guard, forced by Quasar and his allies to lead them to the Stranger's world)
New X-Men #122

Smathers, Mr.
Real Name: Smathers (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Bank accountant
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #4
History:
List of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.1 #4 (working at Apex National Bank, talking with one of the customers Mrs. Perkins, when a strange looking man comes into the bank. Thn man who is also known as Purple Man, comes to the desk asking Smathers to fill-up a briefcase with 100 dollar bills. Unable to resist the criminal's power, he do what he is told)

Smell
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Servant of the High Evolutionary
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Sensors
Source of Powers: Augmented by the High Evolutionary
Powers/Abilities: Able to project a field of gaseous energy that clouds opponents
First Appearance: West Coast Avengers Annual 3
List of Appearances:
West Coast Avengers Annual 3 (sent by the High Evolutionary to fight the Avengers, cloud of gas sent by the Scarlet Witch to defeat Sight, defeated by the Vision)

Smith, Daffy
Real Name: Daffy Smith
Occupation: Homeless man
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: None
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Cause of Death: Pushed in front of a moving car.
First Appearance: Marvel Mystery Comics #60
List of Appearances:
Marvel Mystery Comics #60 (In the Community House founded by Brant Lee is chosen as Lee’s first victim. Is killed.)
Final Appearance: Marvel Mystery Comics #60

Smith, Sir Denis Nayland
Real Name: Sir Denis Nayland Smith
Occupation: Retired; former intelligence agent
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: England
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Lancaster Sneed (nephew, aka Shockwave)
Group Affiliation: Freelance Restorations, MI-6
Source of Powers: None
Abilities: Expert tactician, excellent fighter despite age
First Appearance: Special Marvel Edition #15
List of Appearances:
Special Marvel Edition #15 (first encountered Shang-Chi after he had killed Dr.Petrie; revealed the truth about Fu Manchu to him)
Master of Kung Fu #17 (sent Black Jack Tarr to test Shang-Chi)
Master of Kung-Fu #26 (alongside Shang-Chi, meets with Robert Greville in the egyptian city of El-Khârga, learns that Fah Lo Suee has returned. Later "reunited" with Fah Lo Suee, falls under her control but is saved by Shang-Chi)
Giant-Size Master of Kung Fu #3 (first met Clive Reston; discovered Dr. Petrie was still alive)
Master of Kung Fu #28 (captured by Fah Lo Suee, rescued by Shang-Chi)
Master of Kung Fu #38 (sent Shang-Chi on mission to Hong Kong)
Master of Kung Fu #44-45 (shot by mind-controlled Dr. Petrie)
Master of Kung Fu #47-50 (recovered, observed assault on Fu Manchu's fortress)
Master of Kung Fu #51 (witnessed departure of Leiko Wu, Shang-Chi, Black Jack Tarr and Clive Reston from MI-6)
Master of Kung Fu #56-58 (learnt of MI-6 attempts to kill Leiko, Shang, Tarr and Reston)
Master of Kung Fu #71-72 (quit MI-6; beaten)
Master of Kung Fu #73-79 (revealed his Castle Stormhaven; captured there by MI-6)
Master of Kung Fu #80-89 (learnt Fu Manchu was still alive; led Shang-Chi, Black Jack Tarr, Leiko Wu and Clive Reston against him)
Master of Kung Fu #94 (founded Freelance Restorations)
Master of Kung Fu #97 (held party at Stormhaven)
Master of Kung Fu #109 (went on fox hunt)
Master of Kung Fu #110 (informed of Ghost-Maker by Dark Angel I)
Master of Kung Fu #112-113 (targeted by former intelligence agents, protected by Freelance Restorations)
Master of Kung Fu #114 (learnt of attempts to take away Stormhaven, refused to accept assassination assignment in order to keep home)
Master of Kung Fu #115-118 (Stormhaven bombed by Fu Manchu, captured, rescued by Leiko Wu and Dark Angel I, learnt Shang-Chi loved him)
Master of Kung Fu #121 (hired by British Intelligence to recover stolen data)
Master of Kung Fu #122 (warned of Carrington Scullers by Fah Lo Suee)
Marvel Comics Presents #2 (mentioned to have retired)

Smith, Liz
Real Name: Liz Smith (maiden name unrevealed)
Occupation: (former) script girl
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: Joe Smith (ex-husband), Joe Jr. (son, deceased.)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance:
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #246 (Flashback. Met Joe Smith on the Crimson Bat TV show, got married to him, had Joe Jr., left them because she couldn’t handle a mentally challenged child.)

Smith, Mr.
Real Name: Smith (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Foorballplayer for NY Mammoths
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: NY Mammoths
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Smith is an excellent football player
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #253
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #253 (on the team that loses to SF Skyhawks 34-28)

Smith, Mr.
Real Name: Smith (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Captain in the Azanian Army
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Azania
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Azanian Army
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Black Panther Vol.2 #1
List Of Appearances:
Black Panther Vol.2 #1 (among the soldiers who tortures a black man, later revealed to be the only surviver, when the soldiers are attacked by something believed to be the Black Panther)

Smith, Sandie
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Real Name: Sandie Smith
Occupation: Cult member of The Church of The Saved
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Samuel Smith (younger brother, aka The Reverend)
Group Affiliation: Church Of The Saved
Source of Powers: Unrevealed
Powers/Abilities: "The Touch", giving her some kind of precognition powers
First Appearance: Punisher Vol.2 #5
History:
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.2 #5 (Keena tells "Joe" about Sandie, The Reverend's sister. Back at the camp, "Joe" is introduces to Sandie. Sandie tells him that her brother is jealous of "the touch", Joe says "I though he already had the touch", whereto Sandie answers "oh, he does, but not like mine....". The two of them goes to a room, making out, "Joe" tells her that he is already spoken for, whereto Sandie tells him that the reverend doesn't permit monogamy, thinking it's dangerous to his socialist ideal. "Joe" ask her if they shouldn't join the party instead, and they walks out of the room. They meets with The Reverend, and Sandie ask him if they could talk privately for a moment. The Reverend leaves the party alongside Sandie and "Joe". She tells him that congressman Fryer will land in Gerogetown tomorrow or maybe thursday. Later alongside her brother meets with "Joe", and listens to her borther telling "Joe" about the "revolutionary suicide. Later when Punisher captures her brother tires to ssave him by throwing coffee in his face, but he manages to knock her down, and get away. He manages to come outside, killing more of the armed men, and get back inside, capturing The Reverend once more, Sandie tries to knock him down again, but "Joe"'s gun goes off, hitting The Reverend in the stomach. He goes to a speaker, telling everyone in the camp, that The Reverend has died. He returns to the room, where The Reverend lies, not dead yet, he begs him to take him with him, but "Joe" refuses, and leaves The Reverend to die. Sandie and alot of the other people disappears quickly)

Smith Jr., Joe
Real Name: Joe Smith, Jr.
Occupation: Student
Other Aliases: Joey
Place of Birth: New York, New York
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Joe Smith (Father), Liz Smith (mother)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Cause of Death: Joey’s birth defect led to his death. This defect may have been caused by Joe Smith’s powers.
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #246
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #246 (Appears in several flashbacks, throughout his brief life.)
Final Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #246

Smith Sr., Joe
Real Name: Joe Smith Sr.
Occupation: Child-care worker, former boxer and actor
Other Aliases: "A Guy Named Joe", the Crimson Bat
Place of Birth: New York City
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: Liz Smith (ex-wife), Joe Smith Jr. (son, deceased)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Accident involving electrical equipment
Powers: Superhuman strength and stamina
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #38
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #38 (granted superhuman strength from electrical accident, went on dazed rampage, briefly fought Spider-Man; lost powers, signed to motion picture deal)
Captain America Vol.1 #246 (driven mad with grief after son was killed; went on rampage, stopped by Captain America)
Amazing Spider-Man Annual 28 (donned costume again to battle street gangs; beaten by them, but inspired others in his neighbourhood to take a stand)
Webspinners Tales of Spider-Man #2-3 (flashback, fought Mysterio alongside Spider-Man)
Spider-Man: The Mysterio Manifesto #3 (regained powers, aided Spider-Man and Daredevil against Mysterio III)

Smithers, Ms.
Real Name: Smithers (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Secretary for Blake Tower
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Excellent assistant
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #245 (at Tower's office is surprised to see Spider-Man outside the window)

Smithson, Mr.
Real Name: Smithson (first name unrevealed)
Occupation:
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Nomad Vol.2 #3
List Of Appearances:
Nomad Vol.2 #3 (helped USAgent, Andie Sterman and Jack Norris)

Smitty
Real Name: Smitty (full name unrevealed)
Occupation: Sells newspaper
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: None
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #240
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #240 (sells the Daily Bugle to Adrian Toomes, have a short conversation with him)

Smog Alert
Current Group Leader: Name unrevealed
Former Group Leaders: Unrevealed
Current Members: Sanchez, other unnamed
Former Members: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Avengers Spotlight #23
History:
List of Appearances:
Avengers Spotlight #23 (tries to rob an armored car, when Vision comes to prevent them from robbing the armored car, tries to kill him, unaware that his isn't human, the first two members of the team is easily defeated but the third tries to take a hostage, but is also defeated)

Smoke
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Unrevealed
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Worked for the Coach and was probably meant to join X-Force III.
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Smoke seems to be made of a sort of living smoke that has a somewhat solid form. He also seems able to create and control smoke.
First Appearance: X-Force #119
List of Appearances:
X-Force #119 (Attacks Orphan for Coach and is attacked by Anarchist, Phat and Vivisector.)
X-Force #120 (Attacks U-Go Girl, Orphan and Wolverine. Apparently killed by Wolverine.)

Smuggler I
See: Atlas III

“Snake”
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel Mystery Comics #60
List of Appearances:
Marvel Mystery Comics #60 (Working for Brant Lee, kills homeless people. Captured by Miss America.)

Snake-Eyes
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Gambler, informant
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #161
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #161 (game broken up by the Punisher, fellow gamblers killed; interrogated by Punisher to learn who was framing him for crimes)

Snake Marston
Real Name: Sylvester Marston
Occupation: Professional criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Enforcers I, former member of Satan Squad
Source of Powers: None
Abilities: Expert contortionist
First Appearance: Machine Man #16
List of Appearances:
Machine Man #16 (as Baron Bimstone's enforcer, aided him in theft of scientific equipment, and in his attempt to rule the criminal underworld; defeated by Machine Man)
Marvel Team-Up Vol.1 #138 (joined Enforcers, fought Spider-Man and Sandman)
Thunderbolts #53 (cameo)

Snapdragon I
Real Name: Sheoke Sanada
Occupation: Mercenary
Other Aliases: "She"
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Kono Sanada (brother)
Group Affiliation: Femizons, former employee of Damon Dran
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Excellent hand-to-hand combatant
Cause of Death: Drowned by Diamondback
First Appearance: Marvel Fanfare Vol.1 #11
List of Appearances:
Marvel Fanfare Vol.1 #11-12 (employed by Damon Dran, fought the Black Widow)
Captain America Vol.1 #388-392 (joined Superia's Femizons; encountered Diamondback, defeated her in combat, threw her into the sea)
Captain America Vol.1 #411-413 (tracked down on AIM Island by Diamondback, drowned in a fountain by her)
Final Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #413

Snapdragon I (imposter)
See: Dead-Ringer

Snapdragon II
See: Diamondback II

Snider, Lou
Real Name: Lou Snider
Occupation: Police detective
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: NYPD
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Basic police training, excellent detective
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #245 (Spider-Man pays Sgt. Snider a visit to learn more about "Lefty". Snider lets him read the file on "Lefty", and Spider-Man learns that "Lefty" was being questioning by Snider the night Spider-Man first fought Hobgoblin, and therefore cannot be the Hobgoblin. Snider tells him that the Hobgoblin is on the loose at Time Square)

Sniper
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Mercenary
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Tales of Suspense #96
List of Appearances:
Tales of Suspense #96 (hired to assassinate Steve Rogers, shot at Captain America imposter instead; captured by SHIELD)

Snow, Peggy
Real Name: Margaret Snow
Occupation: Newsreporter for WNEX News
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Punisher Vol.2 #9
History:
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.2 #9 (seen on tv, annoucing the death of Quention O'Toole)

Snowbird
Real Name: Narya
Occupation: Goddess, adventurer, former officer of the RCMP
Other Aliases: Anne McKenzie Thompson
Place Of Birth: Near Resolute Bay, Northwest Territories, Canada
Marital Status: Widowed
Known Relatives: Hodiak (grandfather), Nelvanna (mother), Richard Lawrence Easton (father, deceased), Michael Twoyoungman (foster father, aka Shaman), Douglas Thompson (husband, deceased), unnamed son (deceased)
Group Affiliation: Alpha Flight, Eskimo Gods, formerly Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Flight
Source Of Powers: Member of the race of superhumans known as the gods of the Native Americans of Arctic Canada
Powers/Abilities: Superhuman strength, stamina, durability, agility and reflexes; flight, able to transform into any Arctic Canadian animal; mystic detection senses, precognition, able to generate "healing glow"
First Appearance (as McKenzie): "Uncanny" X-Men #120
First Appearance (as Snowbird): "Uncanny" X-Men #121
List Of Appearances:
"Uncanny X-Men" #120-121 (alongside Alpha Flight fought X-Men)
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #1 (team official disbanded, un-official got together again, fought Thundra)
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #2
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #3
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #4
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #6
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #8 (flashback to birth)
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #11
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #12 (fought Omega Flight)
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #14
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #15
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #18
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #19
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #20
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #21
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #23
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #24
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #27
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #29
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #30
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #31
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #33
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #34
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #35
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #37
Alpha Flight Annual 1
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #39
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #44 (seemingly killed)
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #45 (Walter Langkowski takes over Snowbird's body)
Alpha Flight Vol.1 #68 (spirit)
Alpha Flight Special #1 (flashback)
Alpha Flight Vol.2 #19
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)

Snowblind
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Businessman dealing in narcotics, assassin
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Unrevealed
Powers: Able to generate "white field" of light in which he can see, but normal humans cannot; within the field, Snowblind has enhanced strength, speed, stamina, durability, agility and reflexes First Appearance: Ghost Rider Vol.2 #13
List Of Appearances:
Ghost Rider Vol.2 #13 (first battled Ghost Rider V)
Ghost Rider Vol.2 #21 (defeated in combat by Ghost Rider V, shot by Lieutenant Michael Badalino)
Ghost Rider Vol.2 #23 (held in hospital under police guard, confronted by Ghost Rider V, revealed Deathwatch was not human)
Ghost Rider Vol.2 #24 (captured and killed by Deathwatch, Hag and Troll)
Ghost Rider Vol.2 #62 (revealed to be alive, and in custody of Spook)
Ghost Rider Vol.2 #71-76 (employed by Hellgate, fought Ghost Rider V and John Blaze)

Snowfall
Real Name: Ginny Snow
Occupation: None
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Unnamed father
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Ginny is a very powerful telepath and can see the future.
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #238
List Of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #238 (Sends her illusory self to Captain America to tell him she is being kept in Dovecote and being forced to kill telepaths with her powers.)
Captain America Vol.1 #239 (Telepathically helps Cap get into Dovecote where he finds that she is actually a small child. Once freed, refuses to go back to humanity because she fears she’d negatively affect the future.)