GIANT-MAN I
Created by ?, MC-2 version developed by Tom DeFalco
Real Name: Henry "Hank" Pym, Sr.
Occupation at time of death:
Identity: Public known
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States
Other Aliases: (former) Ant-Man
Place of Birth:
Marital Status: Widower
Known Relatives: Maria Pym (1.wife, deceased), Janet Van Dyne Pym (2.wife, aka Wasp, deceased), Henry Pym, Jr. (son, aka Big Man III), Hope Pym (daughter, aka Red Queen), Vernon Van Dyne (father-in-law, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Avengers
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First Appearance: A-Next #7
History: (A-Next #7-fb)
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GIRANO, Ms.

Created by Tom DeFalco, Ron Lim & Al Milgrom
Real Name: Girano (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Former Mayor of New York City
Identity: Public known
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States
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Marital Status: Presumed single
Known Relatives: None
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First Appearance: J2 #5
History: (J2 #5/1) officially welcomes the new Avengers to the city of New York City at a press conference (see: Avengers II)
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Eyes: Brown
Hair: Black
Strength level: Girano possesses the normal human strength of a girl of her age, height, and build who engaged in regular excercises
Known superhuman powers: None
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GOLD, MONTANA
Created by Tom DeFalco, Ron Lim & Al Milgrom
Real Name: Montana Gold
Occupation: High school student
Identity: Public known
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States with no criminal record
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
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First Appearance: J2 #1
History: (J2 #1/1) After Zane Yama has been turned down by Talia Zamora, Miller Hallendale laughs at Zane, but Montana stands up for her friend (see: Hallendale, Miller; J2; Zamora, Talia)
(J2 #1/3) Alongside Zane, Talia and others at an amusement park which is attacked by Rollerblast (see: Rollerblast)
(J2 #2/1)
(J2 #3/1)
(J2 #7/3)
(J2 #8/1)
(J2 #12)
(Wild Thing #4/2)
(Wild Thing #5/2)
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GOLDEN GOBLIN
Created by Tom DeFalco, Pat Ollife & Al Williamson
Real Name: Philip "Phil" Urich
Occupation: Police scientist, part-time super-hero
Identity: Secret
Legal Status: Citizen of the United States with no criminal record
Other Aliases: None (former) Green Goblin IV and the Blue Wail
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Arnold Urich (father, faith unrevealed), Mindy Urich (mother, faith unrevealed), Kenneth Urich (older brother, faith unrevealed), Ben Urich (uncle), Doris Urich (aunt), Meredeith Campbell Urich (wife)
Group Affiliation: New Warriors II
Base Of Operations: New York City
First Appearance (MC-2): Spider-Girl #1
First Appearance (as Golden Goblin): Spider-Girl #20
History: (Spider-Girl #1) revealed to be partner of Peter Parker in police crime lab (see: Parker, Peter)
(Spider-Girl #2-4) learnt May Parker was Spider-Girl, began mentoring her (see: Spider-Girl)
(Spider-Girl #5) using his "Blue Wail" sonic device, aided Spider-Girl against Venom-possessed Peter Parker (see: Venom)
(Spider-Girl #6) revealed to be training the Ladyhawks in addition to Spider-Girl (see: Ladyhawk)
(Spider-Girl #7/1) Spider-Girl is having a trainingssession with Phil Urich, and Phil tells her that she is making progress
(Spider-Girl #9)
(Spider-Girl #12)
(Spider-Girl #13) spoke with May about super-hero teams
(Spider-Girl #17) threatened by Kaine to keep Peter Parker from interfering in his plans (see: Kaine)
(Spider-Girl #20) donned Golden Goblin costume to aid Spider-Girl against Green Goblin VI (see: Green Goblin VI)
(Spider-Girl #23) held shared training session with Spider-Girl and the Ladyhawks
(Spider-Girl #24) with Peter Parker, attempted to capture the villain Dragonfist (see: Dragonfist)
(Spider-Girl #26) met with Merry Urich at her law office, met Darkdevil in his civilian identity (see: Urich, Merry)
(Spider-Girl #27) as Golden Goblin, attacked by Nova; unable to convince him he was a super-hero (see: Nova I)
(Spider-Girl #28) loaned Spider-Girl his Goblin Glider
(Spider-Girl #29) declined to continue Spider-Girl's training against her parents' wishes
(Spider-Girl #46)
(Spider-Girl #47)
(Spider-Girl #48)
(Spider-Girl #49)
(Spider-Girl #50)
(Spider-Girl #52)
(Spider-Girl #55)
(Spider-Girl #56)
(Spider-Girl #61)
(Spider-Girl #62)

(Spider-Girl #77)
(Spider-Girl #78)
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GRANT, JAMEESIA
Created by Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz & Al Milgrom
Real Name: Jameesia Grant
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Other Aliases: None known
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Presumed single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Friend of Kendra Freeman, Maria Sapristi and Holly Halpern
Base Of Operations: New York City
First Appearance: A-Next #9
History: (A-Next #9) alongside Kendra Freeman, Maria Sapristi and Holly Halpern, introduced to Kevin Masterson (see: Blacklight; Halpern, Holly; Sapristri, Maria; Thunderstrike II)
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GREEN GOBLIN I
Created by Stan Lee & Steve Ditko, MC-2 version developed by Tom DeFalco
Real Name: Norman Osborn
Occupation at time of death: Industrial magnat, owner and president of Osborn Industriel, supervillain
Identity: Secret
Legal Status: Citizen of the United Statesm with no criminal record
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Hartford, Connecticut
Marital Status: Widowed
Known Relatives: Emily Osborn (wife, deceased) Harry Osborn (son, aka Green Goblin II, deceased), Elizabeth Allen Osborn Nelson (daughter-in-law, deceased), Norman Osborn (grandson, aka Green Goblin VI)
Group Affiliation: None
Base Of Operations: New York City
First Appearance (MC2):
History:
(Spider-Girl #7/2-fb) Mary Jane tells her daughter of the last days of Spider-Man, how he lost his leg in the final battle with Green Goblin which also costed Norman Osborn his life
Height: 5' 11'
Weight: 186 lbs.
Eyes: Blue
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GREEN GOBLIN VI
Created by Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz, Brett Breeding & John Beatty. MC-2 version developed by Tom DeFalco
Real Name: Norman "Normie" Osborn
Occupation: (former) mental patient, super-villain
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Legal Status: Citizen of the United States
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Manhattan, New York
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Harry Osborn (father, aka Green Goblin II, deceased), Elizabeth Allen Osborn Nelson (mother, deceased), Norman Osborn (paternal grandfather, aka Green Goblin I, deceased), Emily Osborn (paternal grandmother, deceased), Mr. Allen (maternal grandfather, deceased), Mrs. Allen (maternal grandmother, deceased), Franklin "Foggy" Nelson (step-father)
Group Affiliation: None
Base Of Operations: New York City
First Appearance (MC2): What If Vol.2 #105
History: (What If Vol.2 #105) attempted to draw Peter Parker out of retirement to kill him; was attacked by Spider-Girl, defeated by her (see: Parker, Peter; Spider-Girl)
(Spider-Girl #19) escaped from mental institution
(Spider-Girl #20) fought Spider-Girl and Golden Goblin, returned to institution (see: Golden Goblin)
(Spider-Girl #26) determined that he had to end the Parker-Osborn war, broke out of institution
(Spider-Girl #27) captured Spider-Girl, kept her alive hoping she would kill him; convinced by her to end the Parker-Osborn conflict, retired Green Goblin identity
(Spider-Girl #28) visited by May Parker at institution
(Spider-Girl #29) gave Spider-Girl an old hide-out of his family's to use as her base
(Spider-Girl #30-31) aided Spider-Girl in preparing defenses against the Avengers (see: Avengers II)
(Spider-Girl #48)
(Spider-Girl #49)
(Spider-Girl #50)
(Spider-Girl #52)
(Spider-Girl #54)
(Spider-Girl #55)
(Spider-Girl #56)
(Spider-Girl #60)
(Spider-Girl #61)
(Spider-Girl #62)
(Spider-Girl #63)
(Spider-Girl #64)
(Spider-Girl #65-bts)
(Spider-Girl #66)
(Spider-Girl #67-bts)
(Spider-Girl #68)
(Spider-Girl #78)
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GUARDIAN OF THE GREAT BEYOND
Created by Tom DeFalco
Real Name: Wanda Maximoff
Occupation: Guardian (former) adventurer
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Other Aliases: (former) Scarlet Witch
Place of Birth: Transia
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Eric Lennsherr (father, faith unrevealed), Pietro Maximoff (brother, faith unrevealed), Vision (husband)
Group Affiliation: Avengers I
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First Appearance (MC-2; flashback): A-Next #7
First Appearance (MC-2; true): A-Next #8
History: (A-Next #7-fb)
(A-Next #9-fb)
(A-Next #8)
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APPENDIX:

GIANT-MAN II
See: Foster, Bill


GREEN GOBLIN II
(Harry Osborn), wealthy industrial magnat, owner of Osborn Manufacturing. Son of Norman Osborn (the original Green Goblin), and father of Norman Osborn II (the sixth Green Goblin) (see: Green Goblin I; Green Goblin VI). Harry was married to Liz Allen (see: Allen, Liz). He died of a cardiac attack after a fight with Spider-Man (see: Parker, Peter)


GREEN GOBLIN III
(Bart Hamilton), Harry Osborn's psychiatrist during a time where he was very unstable (see: Appendix: Green Goblin II). Bart learned the secrets of the Green Goblin, and decided to take on the identity as the third Green Goblin. He was killed during a fight between Spider-Man, Green Goblin II and himself (see: Parker, Peter)


GREEN GOBLIN IV
See: Golden Goblin


GREEN GOBLIN V
(unrevealed), the true identity of the fifth man who wore the Green Goblin costume has never been revealed. The man was employed by Norman Osobrn (see: Green Goblin I).