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Subj: My Review of Marvel Legacy: The 1970s Handbook
Posted: Thu May 13, 2010 at 12:55:07 pm EDT (Viewed 74 times)


How’s it hanging, Marvel Fans?
It’s time for another time travel, only this time, to the 1970s. Here we are…December 31, 1979. Another fun decade has passed. We’ve seen Nixon out of office, the end of the Vietnam War, the rise of disco and leisure suits, and the advance of women, we saw the evolution of the Marvel Universe pass from 1970 until 1979. More characters were added, including the Defenders, a new Giant-Man (formerly known as the Black Goliath), Magus, the Man-Wolf (John Jameson), Ms. Marvel, Power Man (the Hero for Hire known as Luke Cage), Punisher, and an international X-Men team. Other characters had some significant changes, including the Avengers, Captain Marvel, the Fantastic Four, and Nomad (Captain America, for a time). This handbook will cover a lot about the 1970s and its highlights. But before we go into detail, let’s revisit those who already got profiles in the modern handbooks (2004-2006):

X-Men 2004: Beast, Cyclops, Havok, Iceman, Juggernaut, Nightcrawler, Polaris, Professor X, Storm, Wolverine
Spider-Man 2004: Black Cat, Daily Bugle, Doctor Octopus, Electro, Green Goblin, Lizard, May Parker, Sandman, Scorpion, Shocker, Spider-Man, Gwen Stacy, Vulture, Mary Jane Watson
Avengers 2004: Ant-Man, Black Panther, Captain America*, Falcon, Henry Gyrich, Hawkeye, Hercules, Iron Man, Jack of Hearts, Edwin Jarvis, Namor, Quasar, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Thor, Tigra, Vision, Warbird*, Wasp, Wonder Man, Yellowjacket, Avengers Mansion and Quinjets, Avengers Roster (at that time, Thor, Iron Man, Henry Pym, Wasp, Hulk, Captain America, Hawkeye, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Swordsman, Hercules, Black Panther, Vision, Black Knight, Black Widow, Mantis, Moondragon, Beast, Two-Gun Kid, Hellcat, Wonder Man, Ms. Marvel, and Falcon were members at one point or another)
Hulk 2004: Abomination, Absorbing Man, Bereet, Bi-Beast, Doc Samson, Galaxy Master, Hulk, Jarella, Rick Jones, Leader, Rhino, Betty Ross, Thunderbolt Ross, Glenn Talbot, Tyrannus, Wendigo, Zzzax
Daredevil 2004: Black Widow, Bullseye, Daredevil, Vanessa Fisk, Gladiator, Kingpin, Foggy Nelson, Owl, Karen Page, Purple Man, Stilt-Man, Turk, Ben Urich
Wolverine 2004: Wolverine, Adamantium, Alpha Flight, Sabretooth, Silver Samurai, Viper, Mariko Yashida
Book of the Dead 2004: Ancient One, Ant-Man, Baron Zemo (Heinrich), Ulysses Bloodstone, Bucky (Barnes), Captain Marvel*, Changeling, Destiny (Destine), Dorma, Gilgamesh, Hawkeye, Kraven the Hunter, Moira MacTaggart, Odin, Omega the Unknown, Harry Osborn, Ben Parker, Phoenix, George Stacy, Gwen Stacy, Swordsman, Thor, Thunderbird (Proudstar), Union Jack (Montgomery Falsworth), Vision, Whiplash
Golden Age 2004: Angel (Halloway), Black Marvel, Blazing Skull, Blonde Phantom, Blue Diamond, Bucky (Barnes), Captain America*, Citizen V, Destroyer (Aubrey), Doctor Druid, Fin, Fin Fang Foom, Grand Director, Howling Commnados, Human Torch (Hammond), Hurricane (Makkari), Invaders, Isbisa, Jack Frost, Marvel Boy, Miss America, Namor, Namora, Nomad, Patriot, Red Raven, Red Skull (Schmidt), Red Skull (Malik), Silver Scorpion, Spirit of 76, Spitfire, Sun Girl, Super-Axis/Battle-Axis, Terror, Thin Man, 3-D Man, Toro, Union Jack (Brian Falsworth), V-Battalion, Venus, Vision (Aarkus), Whizzer, Yellow Claw
Women of Marvel 2005: Sharon Carter, Clea, Crystal, Enchantress, Gaea, Hellcat, Hepzibah, Jennifer Kale, Misty Knight, Medusa, Millie the Model, Moondragon, Moonstone, Mystique, Namorita, Satana, Scarlet Witch, Sersi, Shanna the She-Devil, Snowbird, Songbird, Spider-Woman (Drew), Topaz, Valkyrie
Marvel Knights 2005: Black Panther, Blade, Cage*, Daredevil, Doctor Strange, Nick Fury, Ghost Rider (Blaze), Iron Fist, Madrox, Man-Thing, Moon Knight, Punisher*, Shang-Chi
Spider-Man 2005: Betty Brant, Carrion, Chameleon, Jean DeWolff, Fly, Frederick Foswell, Glory Grant, Hammerhead, Crusher Hogan, Jackal, John Jameson*, Jonah Jameson, Mindworm, Morbius, Mysterio, Liz Osborn, Joe Robertson, Joe Smith, Spider-Man, Spider-Mobile, Spider-Slayers, George Stacy, Gwen Stacy, Mendel Stromm, Flash Thompson
Teams 2005: All-Winners Squad, Alpha Flight, Avengers*, Brotherhood of Mutants, Champions of Los Angeles, Champions of Xandar, Defenders*, Frightful Four, Imperial Guard, Lethal Legion, Masters of Evil, Sinister Six, X-Men*
Fantastic Four 2005: Annihilus, Doctor Doom, Fantastic Four*, Galactus, Human Torch (Storm), Inhumans, Invisible Woman, Mister Fantastic, Mole Man, Psycho-Man, Franklin Richards, Silver Surfer*, Skrulls, Thing, Uatu the Watcher
Avengers 2005: Avengers*, Black Knight, Count Nefaria, Grim Reaper, Jocasta, Kang, Mantis, Morgan Le Fey, Jim Rhodes, Spider-Woman (Drew), Starfox, Ultron
Alternate Universes 2005: Counter-Earth (High Evolutionary), Earth A, Other-Earth, Deathlok (Manning), Fantastic Five (Spider-Man), Guardians of the Galaxy, Killraven, Scarlet Centurion, Squadron Supreme, Thundra
Horror 2005: Brother Voodoo, Chthon, Dracula, D’Spayre, Dweller-in-Darkness, Frankenstein’s Monster, Gabriel the Devil-Hunter, Hangman, Hellstorm, Jack the Ripper, Hannibal King, Marie Laveau, Legion of the Unliving, Lilith (Daughter of Dracula), Living Mummy, Mephisto, Nightmare, Satannish, Scarecrow, Shuma-Gorath, Straw Man, Thog the Nether-Spawn, Vampire-Hunters, Werewolf, Zombie
X-Men 2005: Archangel, Jamie Braddock, Captain Britain, Colossus, Hellfire Club, Magneto, Mystique, Northstar, Phoenix Force, Savage Land, Sunfire
New Avengers Most Wanted Files: Barbarus, Blood Brothers, Centurius, Constrictor, Controller, Corruptor, Count Nefaria, Crossfire, Doctor Demonicus, Graviton, Grey Gargoyle, Griffin, Jigsaw, King Cobra, Mandrill, Mentallo, Mister Hyde, Molecule Man, Nitro, Purple Man, Rampage, Razor-Fist, Sauron, Scarecrow, Shockwave, Silver Samurai, Tiger Shark, Wrecking Crew, Zzzax
All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z 1: Aged Genghis, Alpha the Ultimate Mutant, Amphibion, Arides, Arsenal, Asbestos Lady, Atlantis, Atlas, Aurora, Awesome Andy, Band of the Bland, Banshee, Baron Mordo, Baron Strucker, Baron Zemo
All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z 2: Big Wheel, Black Widow (Voyant), Blob, Bug, John Bushmaster, Cagliostro, Captain Ultra, Captain Universe, Caretakers, Black Tom Cassidy, Celestials, Cerebra/Cerebro, Challenger, Collector
All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z 3: Copperhead, Cosmic Cube, Darkstar, Daughters of the Dragon, Dazzler (Worthington), D’Bari, Death, Deviants, Devil-Slayer, Diamondhead, Doctor Nemesis, Dominic Fortune, Doomsday Man, Dormammu, Drax the Destroyer
All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z 4: Damon Dran, Ego, Elements of Doom, Elf with a Gun, Elysius, Equinox, Ereshkigal, Eric the Red, Eternal Brain, Eternals, Eternity, Father Time, Richard Fisk, Fixer, Flying Dutchman’s Ghost, Gamecock, Gibbon, Glob, Goliath (Foster)*
And everyone from Marvel Legacy: The 1960s!!!
*they're in this handbook, but we're not gonna worry about them

And now, let’s cover those who did not get profiled in this way cool handbook:

1. Black Brother (Joshua): politician from Orbia in Africa. Married to a woman named Belle. Is against the corruption of his province of Potonga. Left Potonga in shame after defeating a gunman. First appearance: Savage Tales #1 (May 1971).
2. Black Lama (King Jerald): Iron Man ally. Hails from the Fragmented American States of Earth-7511. Possesses the Golden Globe of Power, which can allow him to travel to different dimensional planes in the universe. Has a daughter named Susan. Former boss of Firebrand, Mad Thinker, Man-Bull, Melter, MODOK, Whiplash, and Yellow Claw. Actually based on Gerald Ford, who became vice president the year after the character was introduced. First appearance: Iron Man #53 (December 1972). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #2.
3. Brute (Reed Richards): Fantastic Four foe. Is actually Mister Fantastic from Earth-1123. Has the same powers as the Hulk, including changing his appearance due to rage. Member of the Frightful Four. Had disappeared in the Negative Zone, where he currently resides. First appearance: (as Reed Richards) Marvel Premiere #2 (May 1972); (as Brute) Warlock #6 (June 1973). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #2.
4. Cobalt-Man (Ralph Roberts): enemy of the X-Men, the Hulk, and the Defenders. Member of Egghead’s Emissaries of Evil. Wore a cobalt suit similar to Iron Man’s iron suit. Graduated from Metro College with honors. During his battle with the Defenders, the female Red Guardian was apparently killed in an explosion alongside Egghead (apparently, both survived). First appearance: The X-Men #31 (April 1967). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #3.
5. Committee: enemies of Moon Knight (who was a former member of the organization) and the Werewolf. Their purpose is to revive the US Economy and most of it’s members are financiers. Led by Baron Thunder, the other members include Carruthers, Fatso, Hicks, Monsieur LeBlanc, Professor Mako, New Head, Reuben, Shaved Head, and Turtle Neck. Agents include Behemoth, Ma Mayhem, Sidney Sarnak and his Army of Terror, Larry Tong, Tri-Delta-Five, Bruno, Mister Orange, Frank, Max Grant, Harry, and Striker and his colleague. Many of its members were killed in an explosion. First appearance: Werewolf by Night #10 (October 1973). Final appearance: Moon Knight #4 (February 1981). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #3.
6. Conspiracy: enemies of Ulysses Bloodstone. A group of villains who possessed the Bloodgem fragments and served the Exo-Mind. The core members were Kaballa (who led the team), Centurius, Dr. Juden Bardham, Bubbles O’Day, Atlan (a dolphin), and Ulluxy’l Kwan Tae Syn (who was an alien). Agents included a Gem Creature, Domino, Killer Shrike, Modular Man, Sharzan, and Goram. All known members died after Bloodstone’s gem was shattered, but Centurius apparently survived. First appearance: Rampaging Hulk #4 (August 1977). Final appearance: Rampaging Hulk #8 (February 1978).
7. Corporation: enemies of many Marvel heroes, Captain America and Hulk in particular. A group of politicians and businessmen who wanted to take over the United States, hiring supervillains to do the dirty work. Members include Filippo Ayala (brother of the White Tiger), Blue Streak, Carnation, Constrictor, Lyle Dekker (Ameridroid), Jonathan Hemlock, Curtiss Jackson (Power Broker), Konik, Machinesmith, Maris, Moonstone, Night Flyer, Senator Eugene Kligger Stivak, Stryke, Vamp (Animus), and Veda. Blue Streak and Vamp also served with the SHIELD Super-Agents along with superheroes Marvel Man (later Quasar) and Texas Twister. The Corporation was defeated by Hulk and Machine Man when Curtiss Jackson was arrested by the two heroes (they were back in business, however). First appearance: Deadly Hands of Kung-Fu #22 (March 1976). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #3.
8. Crusaders: England’s greatest hero group in World War II and rivals of the Invaders. The group was based on DC Comics’ Freedom Fighters of Earth-X. Led by the Spirit of ’76 (based on Uncle Sam), the members were Dyna-Mite (later the Destroyer; based on Doll Man), Ghost Girl (Phantom Lady), Tommy Lightning (Ray), Captain Wings (Black Condor), and Thunderfist (Human Bomb). They were assembled by a Nazi agent named Alfie in order to discredit the Invaders. The group disbanded after they learned that they were organized by a Nazi and Spirit of ’76 became the new Captain America, while Dyna-Mite became the Destroyer and joined the Invaders. The fates of the other four are unknown. First appearance: Invaders #14 (March 1977). Final appearance (as a team): Invaders #15 (April 1977). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #3.
9. Deadly Dozen: the biggest World War II soldier team in the Marvel Universe. Led by Michael “Combat” Kelly, the group included former Howling Commandos Dum Dum Dugan, Dino Manelli, and Percy Pinkerton, former Leatherneck Raider Jay Little Bear, and original members Ralph “Hoss” Cosgrove, Roland “Ace” Hamilton, Jake Jensen, Laurie Livingston, Jack “Mad-Dog” Martin, Michael “Bullseye” Miller, Donald Sample, Howard Shigeta, Emory “Snake-Eye” Simpson, Larry “Hillbilly” Wagner, and Doc Watson. Like the Howling Commandos, the Deadly Dozen were arranged by General Sam Sawyer. As a group, they fought the likes of Dr. Max Sweikert, Dr. Lola Steimle, and Dr. Kurt Steinem. The group disbanded after Watson and Jensen were killed and the team fought in a massacre which took the life of Little Bear. First appearance: Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #98 (May 1972). Final appearance: Combat Kelly and the Deadly Dozen #9 (October 1973).
10. Demon-Fire: enemies of Morbius. A cadre of demons and humans possessed by demons. The membership included humans Apocalypse (Kazarian, who led the team), Blood-Tide, Phineas T. Coroner, Death-Flame, Katabolik, Poison Lark, Reaper, Rigor, Sister Saint, and the demon Arachne. Servants include several griffins and a guy named Justin. The members were killed in an amusement park explosion by the owner of the park and Morbius. First appearance: Vampire Tales #2 (October 1973). Final appearance: Vampire Tales #8 (December 1974).
11. Devil’s Heart: Dracula foe. Is actually a Sioux necromancer who killed many people and was turned into a heart. Resided in Devil’s Lake, North Dakota. Pawns included Father Aimes, Paul Carpenter, and a guy named Stuart. The heart died after Carpenter killed by daughter Beverly (a victim of the curse) and Carpenter himself committed suicide. Only appearance: Giant-Size Dracula #4 (March 1975).
12. Doctor Glitternight: Werewolf foe. A powerful necromancer, he can rob souls from humans, create bat-demons and light-creatures, resurrect zombies, and can levitate. He also absorbs light and darkness and changes them to power. Agent of Three Who Are All. Apparently destroyed by Fire-Eyes after a battle with Werewolf, Brother Voodoo, and Topaz. First appearance; Werewolf by Night #27 (March 1975). Final appearance: Werewolf by Night #41 (November 1976). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #4.
13. Dragon Circle: Black Panther foes. An offshoot of the racist Ku Klux Klan, however more racially diverse. Led by the Reverend Addison Blackburn, the members include Wind Eagle (later killed by a sniper), Jeremiah Thorpe, and three men named Harold, Herbert, and Roland. Later members include Ambrose Ellis, Lloyd Lynne, Roman Scaggs, and the Soul Strangler. The group disbanded after Blackburn was arrested and the fates of the others were unknown. First appearance: Jungle Action #19 (January 1976).
14. Faceless One: Enemy of Doctor Doom, Luke Cage, Ms. Marvel, and Vance Astro. Member of the Kt’kn alien race. Had six legs that could inject a deadly toxin and employed a headless human body for transportation. Two of the legs were broken by Vance Astro, so he now has four. Used to ally himself with Prince Rudolfo and the Doomsman. First appearance: Astonishing Tales #2 (October 1970). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #4.
15. Father Darklyte: Son of Satan foe. Led the Legion of Nihilists Cult, which was a Roman Centurion-like cult. Wielded a lantern that contained insects. Created a futuristic neanderthal named Trog, a griffin, and a demonic angel. After disappearing (leaving his robe behind), his lantern broke and insects were free. First appearance: Marvel Spotlight #23 (August 1975).
16. Golem: in Jewish mythology, a Golem was the defender of the Jewish population of Prague. In the Marvel Universe, he is an ally of the Thing and Jason and Rebecca Adamson. An 8’6” stone creature, the Golem possesses superhuman strength. His main enemy is Kaballa of the Conspiracy. Later on, he would join SHIELD’s Howling Commandos. First appearance: Incredible Hulk #134 (December 1970). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #5.
17. Hellcow (Bessie): Howard the Duck foe. Was one of the few known Marvel animals to be a vampire (in fact, she was bitten by none other than Dracula). Was born in Switzerland, but later moved to Cleveland, Ohio. Killed by Howard the Duck, who put a stake in her heart. One of the most strangest villains in the Marvel Universe. Only appearance: Giant-Size Man-Thing #5 (August 1975).
18. Hypno-Hustler: Spider-Man foe. Leader of the Mercy Killers, which were three women who served as his back-up singers. Can hypnotize people with his music. Later joined Vil-Anon alongside Big Wheel and Equinox. One of the most bizarre Spider-Man foes ever. First appearance: Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #24 (November 1978).
19. Janus (Janus Tepes): son of Dracula and Domini. Also known as the Golden Angel. As the Golden Angel, he can teleport himself, as well as others, over thousands of miles, conjure up images, and turn himself into a golden eagle. He is also the half sister of Lilith and a relative of Frank Drake. The Golden Angel left Janus as a normal child. First appearance: Tomb of Dracula #51 (December 1976). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #6 and has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #30.
20. Korrek: ally of Dakihm the Enchanter, Man-Thing, Howard the Duck, and Jennifer Kale. Hails from the barbarian dimension of Katharta. Uses a firesword which emits mystic fire. For a while, he wore a mystic helmet which protected him from various foes. At one point, he fought Thog the Nether-Spawn alongside the Man-Thing. First appearance: Fear #19 (December 1973). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #7.
21. John Kowalski: a ghost who fought in World War II. Hails from Poland. Was killed at the beginning of WWII. Can take over dying bodies and gains access to their memories and skills. Among those he possessed were Simon Bock of Poland, Jan Fieran of Finland, Sessue Takeda of Japan, John Brabham of England, David Mueller of Germany, and Lucien Dax of Italy. He was often used as a puppet of Death. First appearance: War is Hell #9 (October 1974).
22. Lady Liberators: Marvel’s first all-female hero team. Led by the Valkyrie (which is actually the Enchantress in disguise), the group included the Wasp, Scarlet Witch, Black Widow, and Medusa. Served as rivals to the Avengers and enemies to the second Masters of Evil. These ladies fought for women’s rights. Disbanded after the Enchantress was apparently destroyed, but later reformed with new members. First appearance: Avengers #83 (December 1970).
23. Liberty Legion: friendly rival team to the Invaders. Led by Bucky, the team consisted of the Patriot, Whizzer, Miss America, Red Raven, Thin Man, Blue Diamond, and Jack Frost. The team later met the Thing as they battled a cadre of World War II threats. As the group disbanded, the Patriot became the third Captain America, Miss America died during the birth of Nuklo, Whizzer semi-retired, Red Raven was killed in an explosion (he actually survived), Blue Diamond went to outer space, the Thin Man remained out of the limelight for years until he returned to active duty, and the fate of Jack Frost is unknown. A reunion would be least likely for this super octet. First appearance: Marvel Premiere #29 (April 1976). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #7 and has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #13.
24. Mahkizmo: enemy of Thundra and the Fantastic Four. Hails from the male-dominated Earth called Machus. Has powers comparable to the Thing and employed monstrous creatures for weapons. Used to run Machus stone cold. Killed by Thundra and Thing, but came back to fight She-Hulk. First appearance: Fantastic Four #151 (October 1974). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #8.
25. Manphibian: one of Marvel’s strongest monsters. Looks like the Creature of the Black Lagoon. Possesses super-strength and razor-sharp claws. Lives on land and in the sea. Later joined SHIELD’s Howling Commandos. First appearance: Legion of Monsters #1 (September 1975).
26. Martian Masters: enemies of Killraven and his Freemen. Like their team name states, they are from Mars. Their goal is to conquer Earth in 2001, but they failed. Members include Forum, High Overlord, and Master 4. After a battle with Killraven, the Martian Masters left Earth in 2075. First appearance: Amazing Adventures #18 (May 1973).
27. Matador (Manuel Eloganto): Daredevil foe. Hails from Spain. Is a superb bullfighter and wields a pliable sword and a cape. Member of Electro’s Emissaries of Evil and often joins forces with the Man-Bull. At one point, he was on Scourge’s hit list, but was lucky to survive Scourge’s attacks. First appearance: Daredevil #5 (December 1964). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #8.
28. Missing Link: Hulk foe. Is presumed a prehistoric mutate which occurred between apes and men. Is very strong with a crystalline body, which can generate radiation. Also battled Rom while living with the Brickford family in West Virginia. His nickname by the family is Lincoln. First appearance: Incredible Hulk #105 (July 1968). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #8.
29. Mister Kline (MK-9): enemy of Daredevil, Black Widow, and Iron Man. A robot who can fire eye-beams from his eyes. Employees included Man-Bull, Owl, Slasher, and robotic clones of Mister Hyde, Night Phantom, and Scorpion. He often called himself Emil Borgdsky to make himself human. Killed in an explosion set off by the Final Sons of Man. First appearance: Daredevil #79 (August 1971). Final appearance: Daredevil #84 (February 1972).
30. Mister Zodiac (Astro): Spider-Man foe. One of the few Spider-Man foes never to appear in a mainstream comic. Often impersonated any zodiac sign (Aries the Ram, Taurus the Bull, Gemini the Kung-Fu Wrestling Twins, Cancer the Crab, Leo the Lion, the beautiful Jane Virgo, Libra the Scales, Scorpio the Scorpion, Sagittarius the Giant Archer, Capricorn the Goat, Aquarius the Water Pitcher Who Can Create Floods, and Pisces the Shark). He changed identities every twelve hours in order to survive. While fighting Spider-Man, he crumbled into dust. Only appearance: Spider-Man Zaps Mr. Zodiac (1976).
31. Prime Mover: robotic ally of Doctor Doom. Enemy of the Fantastic Four, the Defenders, SHIELD, and the Grandmaster. Was programmed to play games with others, usually chess. He used Korvac and his allies Brahl, Dumog, Grott the Man-Slayer, Takkor, Teju, and Tork in a battle against the Grandmaster and the Defenders. Later on, the Prime Mover served the second Doctor Doom (Kristoff Vernard) during his reign in Latveria. First appearance: Strange Tales #167 (April 1968). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #10.
32. Psyklop: enemy of the Hulk and the Avengers. Once tried to conquer the people of K’ai, but was defeated by the Hulk. An insectoid, he has one red eye, sharp teeth, claw-like hands, and two-jointed limbs. He employed a shrink ray, memory-wiping teleportation machine, spasm ray, and a sonic displacer. Apparently killed by quake victims. First appearance: Avengers #88 (May 1971). Final appearance: Incredible Hulk #203 (September 1976). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #10 and has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #26.
33. Royalist Forces of America: enemies of Captain America. The organization is made up of descendants of Tories, or people who were loyal to the British during the Revolutionary War. Members include Cheer Chadwick, Mason Harding, General Heshin and his mercenaries, William Taurey, and Tinkerbelle. Their main weapon was the Madbomb, which made people crazy when exploded. The largest Madbomb was called the Big Daddy, which was shut down by the Falcon. First appearance: Captain America #194 (February 1976).
34. Sky-Walker: Daredevil’s most obscurest foe ever. Was once a prisoner of the Stranger. Wore armor that included suction-boots, space travel protection, and an energy rifle which created star-steps. Has survived six centuries using a slowed aging process. Later on, he fought Quasar, Makkari, and the Squadron Supreme. First appearance: Daredevil #128 (December 1975).
35. Slitherogue: Skull the Slayer foe. Resided in the Bermuda Triangle and Ancient Egypt. Was actually an alien from the Scorpian alien race. Linked to the Tower of Time, he can merge his eyes into a giant eye which can fire energy blasts and can teleport. Killed by the sword of the Black Knight robot. First appearance: Skull the Slayer #4 (March 1976). Final appearance: Skull the Slayer #6 (July 1976).
36. Sons of the Tiger: a trio of martial artists who serve as allies of the White Tiger and other heroes. The members are Abe Brown (brother of the Prowler), Bob Diamond, and Lin Sun. Wore mystic amulets to hone their martial arts skills. Their oath was “When three are called and stand as one, as one they’ll fight their will be done, for each is born anew the Tiger’s Son.” Later on, a woman named Lotus Shinchuko joined the team, which remains active to this day. First appearance: Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #1 (April 1974). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11 and has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #12.
37. Star Thief (Barry Bauman): Adam Warlock foe. Lacking connections between his brain and his nerves that controlled his five senses, he was in a hospital for his entire life. Had psychic abilities and can telepathically communicate and scan things in other galaxies. Can also arrange stars into his mind dimension. Shot by Tom Vocson, who he had enslaved, and was absorbed into the Soul Gem. First appearance: Warlock #13 (June 1976). Final appearance: Warlock #14 (August 1976).
38. Steel Serpent: Iron Fist foe. Worked as a martial arts teacher. This Steel Serpent is NOT Davos, the Steel Serpent we all know well. His most famous move was the Delayed Death Blow, which can kill an opponent instantly after being struck. Killed by Iron Fist. Only appearance: Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #10 (March 1975).
39. Stunt-Master (George Smith): once a Daredevil foe, he later became one of DD’s trusted allies. Rides a Harley Davidson motorcycle which can be airborne and wears a reinforced helmet for protection. Starred in his own television show where Karen Page was his co-star. Later helped Chili Storm host the Avengers Parade and Ceremony. Possibly modeled after Evel Knievel, another daredevil motorcyclist. First appearance: Daredevil #58 (November 1969). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11.
40. Tagak the Leopard Lord: one of Marvel’s most obscure heroes, though he amassed a fan club in recent years. Hailing from an otherdimensional realm, he is blind and allies himself with his pet leopard Opar. He can travel to other dimensions using the Crysto-Mirror. When he first came to Earth, he allied himself with Daredevil to fight Quothar. Later on, he joined other heroes as members of the Defenders for a Day. After the Membership Madness, his activities were unknown. First appearance: Daredevil #72 (January 1971). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11. I think he should make a comeback.
41. They Who Wield Power: enemies of the Hulk. The membership was Des (also known as Tyrannus), Prince Rey, and the Keeper of the Flame (the latter two were encountered by Goliath and the Avengers in 1966). Setting up shop in El Dorado, their purpose is to take over the world. Other enemies include Spider-Man, Ghost Rider, Black Panther, Ka-Zar, Human Torch, Thor, Hercules, and Nova. Their pawns were the Orb, Stegron, Jinku, the City-Stealers, the Tyrannoids, Moses Magnum, Absorbing Man, and Goldbug. Prince Rey and the Keeper of the Flame were killed by Des and were sacrificed to the flame. First appearance: Marvel Team-Up #26 (October 1974). Final appearance: Incredible Hulk #243 (January 1980).
42. Elianne Turac: enemy of Dracula and Quincy Harker. Hailing from Turkey, she was an immortal who remained young throughout her life. She was a mistress of black magic and was a terrific swordswoman. She was turned into a vampire by Dracula. Kate Fraser, a policewoman, killed her by putting a stake in her heart. Only appearance: Giant-Size Dracula #3 (December 1974).
43. Victorius (Victor Conrad): enemy of Thing, Captain America, Ka-Zar, and Man-Thing. Once led AIM as its Scientist Supreme. Knows all kinds of martial arts and wields maces, battleaxis, spears, and the Cosmic Cube (in fact, he is ambidextrous). Creator of Jude the Entropic Man. He and Jude were turned into crystal after a battle with the Man-Thing. First appearance: Astonishing Tales #18 (June 1973). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12.
44. Virago: Sub-Mariner foe. Hails from Zephyrland. Can alter herself into the deadly She-Beast, who has superhuman strength similar to the Hulk. She can breathe underwater, but it is not known if she can survive on land. During a battle with the Atlanteans, she (with Orka in tow) succumbed to nerve gas. Orka survived, but Virago’s fate is unknown. First appearance: Sub-Mariner #64 (August 1973).
45. Wraith (Brian DeWolff): Spider-Man foe. HaD a split personality which resulted to both vigilante and criminal behavior. Often used psionic powers to control or confuse others. Brother of Jean DeWolff. Killed by Scourge after a battle with Spider-Man. First appearance: Marvel Team-Up #48 (August 1976). Final appearance: Amazing Spider-Man #278 (July 1986). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12 and has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #20 and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #30.
46. Xorr the God-Jewel: Thor foe. Created by the Xorrian alien race as their god. Contained cosmic power and could drain life-energy from others, including gods, planets, and stars. Once used by Mercurio and the Gramosian alien race. Killed in a supernova. First appearance: (as a living being) Thor #215 (September 1973). Final appearance: Thor #216 (October 1973). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12.

Just to tally up previous appearances, here they are:

Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #1 (January 1983): Abomination, Absorbing Man, Alpha Flight, Angel, Annihilus, Ant-Man, Arabian Knight, Atlantis, Aurora, Avengers, Avengers Mansion, Avengers Quinjet, Appendix (All-Winners Squad, Alpha the Ultimate Mutant, Amphibion, Arsenal)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #2 (February 1983): Baron Mordo, Baron Zemo, Beast, Black Cat, Black Knight, Black Panther, Black Widow, Blob, Brother Voodoo, Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, Bullseye, Cannonball, Captain America, Captain Britain, Captain Universe, Celestials, Champion of the Universe, Champions of Xandar, Cloak and Dagger, Collective Man, Alien Races (Brood), Appendix (Banshee, Barbarus, Baron Strucker, Baron Zemo I, Bereet, Bi-Beast I, Bi-Beast II, Black Goliath, Black Lama, Black Tom Cassidy, Blade, Blood Brothers, Bloodstone, Blue Diamond, Brothers Grimm, Brute, Bucky I, Bushmaster, Cagliostro, Caliban)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #3 (March 1983): Collector, Colossus, Constrictor, Controller, Corruptor, Crystal, Cyclops, Daily Bugle, Daredevil, Darkstar, Dazzler, Deathlok, Defenders, Destiny, Deviants, Devil-Slayer, Doc Samson, Doctor Doom, Doctor Druid, Doctor Octopus, Doctor Strange, Dormammu, Dracula, Appendix (Captain Marvel I, Captain Ultra, Carrion, Centurius, Chameleon, Champions I, Changeling, Chemistro, Chthon, Cobalt Man, Committee, Copperhead, Corporation, Cosmic Cube, Counter-Earth, Count Nefaria, Crimson Dynamo I-II, Crossfire, Crusader II, Crusaders, Crusher, Damon Dran, Daughters of the Dragon, D’Bari, Death, Death's-Head, Destiny I, Destroyer I, Destroyer III, Destroyer V)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #4 (April 1983): Electro, Elektra, Enchantress, Eternals, Eternity, Falcon, Fantastic Four, Firebird, Fixer, Fly, Frankenstein’s Monster, Frog-Man, Galactus, Gargoyle, Appendix (Diamondhead, Doctor Demonicus, Doctor Glitternight, Dominic Fortune, Drax the Destroyer, D’Spayre, Dweller in Darkness, Dyna-Mite, Ego, Elf, Emma Frost, Equinox, Exiles, Faceless One, Factor Three, Fin, Fin Fang Foom)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #5: Appendix (Freak, Frightful Four, Gabriel Devil-Hunter, Gaea, Galaxy Master, Gargoyle I, Ghost Rider III, Giant-Man II, Gibbon, Gladiator I, Glob, Golem)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #6: Appendix (Hero, Infant Terrible, Jack O'Diamonds, Janus)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #7: Appendix (Korrek, Liberty Legion, Living Diamond, Madam Menace)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #8 (August 1983): Nick Fury, Power Man, Appendix (Mahkizmo, Matador, Missing Link, Mogul of the Mystic Mountain)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #9: Appendix (Mother Earth/Mother Nature, Nebulos, Nomad I, Phoenix I)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #10: Appendix (Power Man I, Prime Mover, Psyklop, Ringo Kid, Schemer)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11: Appendix (Shatterstar, Smuggler, Sons of the Tiger, Stuntmaster, Tagak the Leopard Lord)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12 (December 1983): White Queen, Appendix (Tumbler, Victorius, Vulture II, Wraith, Xemu, Xorr the God-Jewel, Zom)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #13 (February 1984): Ancient One, Banshee, Baron Strucker, Baron Zemo I, Bloodstone, Bucky, Captain Mar-Vell, Changeling, Count Nefaria, Dracula, Drax the Destroyer, Ghost Rider, Giant-Man, Champions of Los Angeles, Liberty Legion
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #15 (May 1984): Cerebro, Adamantium
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #1 (December 1985): Abomination, Absorbing Man, Adamantium, Alpha Flight, Angel, Annihilus, Ant-Man, Arabian Knight, Armadillo, Atlantis, Aurora, Avengers, Avengers Mansion, Avengers Quinjet, Baron Mordo, Baron Zemo
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #2 (January 1986): Beast, Beta Ray Bill, Black Cat, Black Knight, Black Panther, Black Widow, Johnny Blaze, Blob, Brothers Grimm, Brother Voodoo, Caliban, Callisto, Cannonball, Captain America, Captain Britain, Captain Ultra, Captain Universe, Black Tom Cassidy, Sean Cassidy, Celestials, Chthon, Clea
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #3 (February 1986): Cloak, Collector, Colossus, Constrictor, Controller, Corruptor, Crossfire, Crusader, Crystal, Cyclops, Cypher, Dagger, Daily Bugle, Daredevil, Darkstar, Dazzler, Death, Deathlok, Destiny, Deviants, Diamondback, Doc Samson, Doctor Demonicus, Doctor Doom, Doctor Druid, Doctor Octopus
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #4 (March 1986): Doctor Strange, Dormammu, D’Spayre, Ego, Electro, Elektra, Enchantress, Eternals, Eternity, Falcon, Fantastic Four, Firebird, Firestar, Fixer, Flag-Smasher, Forge, Forgotten One, Dominic Fortune, Bill Foster, Frankenstein’s Monster, Freedom Force, Frog-Man, Nick Fury, Gaea, Galactus
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #5 (April 1986): Gargoyle, Goliath
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #7 (June 1986): Mad Thinker's Awesome Android
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #10 (September 1986): Power Man
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #11 (October 1986): Rose
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #12 (November 1986): Sons of the Tiger
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #14 (January 1987): White Queen
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #15: Alien Races (Brood)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #16 (June 1987): Ancient One, Baron Strucker, Baron Zemo I, Big Man, Bloodstone, Bucky, Captain Mar-Vell, Carrion, Champions of Xandar, Changeling, Count Nefaria
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #17 (August 1987): Destiny I, Jean DeWolff, Dorma, Dracula, Drax the Destroyer, Gargoyle I
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #20 (February 1988): Wraith
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update 89 #1 (July 1989): Apocalypse, Archangel, Blade, Blizzard II, Bloodscream, Boom-Boom, Bullseye, Bushwacker, Captain Britain, Chameleon
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update 89 #2 (August 1989): Champion of the Universe, Chemistro, Lila Cheney, Crimson Commando, Defenders/Dragon Circle, Demolition Man
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update 89 #3 (September 1989): Excalibur, Fin Fang Foom, Frightful Four, Genosha
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update 89 #4 (October 1989): Betty Brant Leeds
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update 89 #5 (November 1989): Louise Mason
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #1 (December 1990): Dormammu
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #2 (January 1991): Awesome Android, Bloodstone, Captain America, Destiny, Doctor Octopus, Forge
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #3 (February 1991): Baron Mordo, Cable, Diamondback, Electro, Ghost Rider
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #4 (March 1991) Apocalypse, Baron Zemo, Carrion
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #5 (April 1991): Abomination, Blizzard, Captain Marvel I, Dagger, Eternity
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #6 (May 1991): Bullseye, Cannonball, Fixer
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #7 (June 1991) Armadillo, Barbarus, Black Knight, Callisto, Cypher, Daredevil, Firestar
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #8 (July 1991): Captain Ultra, Colossus, Elektra
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #9 (August 1991): Black Panther, Chameleon, Doc Samson, Ego, Firebird
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #10 (September 1991): Blob, Captain Britain, Constrictor
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #11 (October 1991): Cloak, Gilgamesh
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #12 (November 1991): Black Cat, Centurius, Crossbones, D’Spayre, Goliath
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #13 (December 1991): Arabian Knight, Blood Brothers
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #14 (January 1992): Annihilus, Beast, Champion of the Universe, Darkstar, Gargoyle
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #15 (February 1992): Ant-Man, Brothers Grimm, Bushwacker, Crystal, Frankenstein’s Monster
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #16 (March 1992): Absorbing Man, Baron Strucker, Cyclops
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #17 (April 1992): Ancient One, Brother Voodoo, Count Nefaria, Glob
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #18 (May 1992): Clea, Demolition Man
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #19 (June 1992): Doctor Demonicus
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #20 (July 1992): Archangel, Controller, Doctor Doom, Enchantress, Flag-Smasher
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #21 (August 1992): Banshee, Bi-Beast, Crossfire, Dominic Fortune, Gambit
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #22 (September 1992): Crimson Commando, Diamond Lil, Nick Fury
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #23 (October 1992): Blonde Phantom, Cage, Chthon, Collector, Falcon
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #24 (November 1992): John Blaze, Chemistro, Drax the Destroyer, Gladiator I
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #25 (December 1992): Black Widow, Bucky, Deadpool, Fin Fang Foom
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #26 (January 1993): Boomer, Doctor Druid, Psyklop
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #27 (February 1993): Beta Ray Bill, Deathlok I, Giant-Man
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #28 (March 1993): Blade, Changeling, Cutthroat, Domino, Elysius, Galactus
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #29 (April 1993): Aurora, Carnage, Black Tom Cassidy, Dazzler
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #30 (May 1993): Answer, Bishop, Blackout II, Crusader, Dracula, Janus, Wraith
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #32 (July 1993): Captain Universe, Maverick
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #33 (August 1993): Centurious, Deathwatch, Feron
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #34 (September 1993): Blackheart, Caliban, Cyber, Demogoblin, 8-Ball
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #35 (October 1993): Crystal, Deathlok II, Doctor Strange
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #36 (November 1993): Cerise, White Queen

And, in the HCs:
Volume 1 (February 2008): 1602 AD, 2020 AD, 2099 AD, 2099 AD (Marvel Knights), 8162 AD, Abomination, Abraxas, Absorbing Man, Abyss, Achebe, Acolytes, Acrobat, Adamantium, Aegis, Age of Apocalypse, Aged Genghis, Agent (Rick Mason), Agent X, Ahab, Akhenaten, Albert and Elsie-Dee, Albion, Alkhema, All-Winners Squad, Alpha Flight, Americop, Amphibion, Anachronauts, Anarchist, Ancient One, Angel (Halloway), Angel (Worthington), Animus, Annihilus, Answer, Ant-Man, Anti-Cap, Apache Kid, Apocalypse, Arabian Knight, Arana, Arides, Armadillo, Arranger, Arsenal, Asbestos Lady, Ashcan, Atlantis, Atlas, Atleza, Aurora, Authority, Avengers, Avengers Headquarters and Vehicles, Avengers (MC2), Awesome Android, Axis Mundi, Axum, Mini-Entries (Aggamon, Alpha the Ultimate Mutant, Amun, Android Man, Asbestos Man), Ba'al, Bad Girls Inc., Sunset Bain, Band of the Bland, Banshee, Barbarus, Baron Mordo, Baron Strucker, Baron Zemo (Heinrich), Baron Zemo (Helmut), Baroness, Baroness Blood, Bastion, Batwing, Beast, Benny Beckley, Bedlam, Yelena Belova, Bereet, Berserker, Beta Ray Bill, Bi-Beast, Big Hero 6, Big Man, Big Mother, Big Wheel, Bishop, Black Box, Black Cat, Black Dragon, Black Fox, Black Knight, Black Lama, Black Marvel, Black Panther, Black Widow (Voyant), Black Widow (Romanova), Blackheart, Blackwing (Bohusk)
Volume 2 (April 2008): Blade, Blaquesmith, Blazing Skull, Blindspot, Blink, Blizzard, Blob, Blood Brother, Bloodscream, Elsa Bloodstone, Ulysses Bloodstone, Bloodwraith, Blue Diamond, Bogatyri, Bogeyman, Bella Donna Boudreaux, Jamie Braddock, Betty Brant, Brood, Brother Voodoo, Brotherhood of Mutants, Brute, B-Sides, Bug, Bullseye, Burglar, John Bushmaster, Bushwacker, Buzz, Mini-Entries (Beasts from Berlin, Black Brother, Alexander Bont, Bounty, Bull's Eye), Cable, Cable/Askani World, Luke Cage, Cagliostro, Caliban, Callisto, Calypso, Cannonball, Captain America (Rogers), Captain America (Barnes), Captain Britain, Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell), Captain UK, Captain Ultra, Captain Universe, Caretakers, Carnage, Carrion, Sharon Carter, Black Tom Cassidy, Celestials, Centurious, Centurius, Cerebra/Cerebro, Cerise, Challenger, Chameleon, Champion, Champions of Los Angeles, Champions of Xandar, Changeling, Chemistro, Lila Cheney, China Force, Chronomancer’s World, Chthon, Citizen V (Watkins), Clea, Cloak, Cobalt-Man, Code: Blue, Kasper Cole, Collective Man, Collector, Colossus (Rasputin), Committee, Conspiracy, Constrictor, Contingency, Controller, Copperhead, Copycat, Corps, Corruptor, Fabian Cortez, Cosmic Cube, Council of Godheads, Count Nefaria, Counter-Earth (High Evolutionary), Counter-Earth (Franklin Richards), Crazy Eight, Graydon Creed, Crime-Master, Crimson Commando, Crimson Cowl
Volume 3 (June 2008): Crimson Dynamo (Gavrilov), Crooked World, Crossbones, Crossfire, Crusader, Crusaders, Crystal, Jaine Cutter, Cutthroat, Cyber, Cyclone, Cyclops, Cypher, Mini-Entries (Centennial, Collective Intelligence, Colossus (super-computer), Colossus (Vegan), Conquistador, Crazy Eight (Shappe), Crusher), Dagger, Daily Bugle, Danger, Daredevil, Dark Angel, Dark Beast, Dark Gods, Dark Riders, Darkdevil, Darkhold Redeemers, Darkstar, Days of Future Past, Dazzler (Worthington), Dazzler (Blaire), D’Bari, Dead Girl, Deadly Dozen, Deadpool, Death, Deathcry, Deathlok (Manning), Deathlok (Collins), Deathlok (Truman and Young), Death’s Head (FPA), Death’s Head (Minion), Deathwatch, Deathweb, Decibel, Defenders, Delinquent, Demogoblin, Demolition Man, Demon-Fire, Desak, Desert Sword, Destiny (Adler), Destiny (Desine), Destroyer (Marlow/Aubrey), Deviants, Devil-Slayer, Devlor, Jean DeWolff, Diamond Lil, Diamondback, Diamondhead, Digger, Dimension of Manifestations, Doc Samson, Doctor Demonicus, Doctor Doom, Doctor Doom’s Generals, Doctor Druid, Doctor Glitternight, Doctor Nemesis, Doctor Octopus, Doctor Strange, Dominic Fortune, Domino, Milla Donovan, Doomsday Man, Doop, Doppleganger, Dorma, Dormammu, Nadia Dornova, Dracula, Dragon Circle, Damon Dran, Drax, D’Spayre, Dust, Dweller-in-Darkness, Mini-Entries (Death's-Head (Page), Debrii, Deluge, Destroyer (Stanton), Devil’s Heart, Doctor Strange (Carlo)), Earth-A, Earth X, Echo, Ethan Edwards, Effigy, Ego, 8-Ball, El Dorado, Electro, Elektra, Elements of Doom
Volume 4 (August 2008): Elf with a Gun, Elixir, Elysius, Emplate, Enchantress, Epoch, Equinox, Ereshkigal, Eric the Red, Eternal Brain, Eternals, Eternity, Euroforce, Euro-Trash, Eurth, Excalibur, Exemplars, Exiles (WWII), Exiles (dimension-hopping), Ezekiel, Faceless One, Faceless Ones, Factor Three, Falcon, Fantastic Five (Spider-Man), Fantastic Force, Fantastic Four, Fantomex, Father Time, Fathom Five, Femme Fatales, Feron, Fight-Man, Fin, Fin Fang Foom, Firebird, Firestar, First Line, Richard Fisk, Vanessa Fisk, Fixer, Flag-Smasher, Fly, Flying Dutchman’s Ghost, Folding Circle, Foolkiller (Gerhardt), Force Four, Force Works, Forge, Don Fortunato, Fox, Frankenstein’s Monster, Free Spirit, Frightful Four, Frog-Man, Deacon Frost, Emma Frost, Fury, Nick Fury, Fusion (Markley), Mini-Entries (Father Darklyte), Gabriel Devil-Hunter, Gaea, Galactic Guardians, Galactus, Galaxy Master, Gambit, Ganymede, Gargoyle (Christians), John Garrett, Gatherers, Geist, Genesis, Genosha, Geshem, Ghost Rider (Blaze), Gibbon, Gladiator (Potter), Glob, Gnobians, Ma Gnucci, Golem, Goliath (Foster), Goodman Lieber Kurtzberg and Book
Volume 5 (October 2008): Mini-Entries (Gamecock, Gargantus, Gargoyle (Topolov), Gnome and Dragorr), Molly Hayes, Mini-Entries (Hellcow, Hidden Man, Hurricane (Kane), Hypno-Hustler), Mini-Entries (Iron Mask, Ixar)
Volume 6 (December 2008): Janus, Ricardo Jones, Mini-Entries (Junior Juniper), Dan Ketch, Korrek, John Kowalski, Kurrgo, Mini-Entries (Kulla), Lady Liberators, Liberty Legion, Lionheart, Living Brain, Mini-Entries (Living Diamond, Lords of the Living Lightning)
Volume 7 (March 2009): Mahkizmo, Martian Masters, Louise Mason, Matador, Maverick (Nord), Missing Link, Mister Kline, Mogul of the Mystic Mountain
Volume 8 (May 2009): Mini-Entries (Mad Pharaoh, Madame Macabre, Madame X, Magician, Manphibian, Mechano, Mekano, Mister Rasputin, Mister Zodiac), Night Thrasher (Donyell Taylor), Mini-Entries (Nebulos), Mini-Entries (Old Lace, Organizer, Overlord), Painter of 1000 Perils
Volume 9 (July 2009): Prime Mover, Psyklop, Mini-Entries (Phantom, Possessors, Protector), Ringo Kid, Royalist Forces of America, Mini-Entries (Rabble Rouser, Replicus)
Volume 10 (September 2009): Tabitha Smith, Sons of the Tiger, Space Parasite
Volume 11 (November 2009): Star Thief (Bauman), Chili Storm, Stunt-Master, Mini-Entries (Sandu, Sky-Walker, Slitherogue, Sorcerer (Murdstone), Sorcerer (East), Steel Serpent (unrevealed), Sun-Stealer, Supremus), Tagak the Leopard Lord, Tempest (Salvadore), Terrible Trio
Volume 12 (January 2010): Thermal Man, They Who Wield Power, Tumbler, Elianne Turac, Mini-Entries (Tazza, Time-Master, El Toro, Trago, Triumvirate of Terror), Victorius, Virago
Volume 13 (March 2010): Mini-Entries (Vulture (Drago)), Wraith, Mini-Entries (War (Gazer), Warlord Wrogg, Wobbows, Wrecker (Kort), Wrecker (Smith)), Xorr the God-Jewel, Gertrude Yorkes
Volume 14 (May 2010): Mini-Entries (Professor Zaxton, Zemu, Zom, Zota)

And the universe keeps growing!!! Well, that's a wrap for me. Be sure to join me later on this month when we cover the All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z #5, featuring a whole slew of Marvel characters from Gorgon to the Jury. Perhaps we'll see favorites like the Grandmaster, Graviton, Guardian, Hate-Monger, High Evolutionary, Howard the Duck, HYDRA, Hyperion, Immortus, the Impossible Man, the In-Betweener, and the Jester. Until then, keep on truckin!!!


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