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Subj: My Review of Marvel Legacy: The 1980s Handbook
Posted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 at 01:24:24 pm EST (Viewed 30 times)


What’s Happening, Marvel Fans?
In November of 2006, Marvel gave us a cool follow-up to the 1960s and 1970s Handbooks, which deals with the Marvel Universe of the 1980s. It was a time when we had a former actor named Ronald Reagan run our country with optimism, communism came to an end, the downfall of disco and the rise of MTV, and hit shows such as Diff’rent Strokes, Growing Pains, Charles in Charge, Silver Spoons, Who’s the Boss, Perfect Strangers, Golden Girls, and Family Ties. On December 31, 1989, the Marvel Universe became an empire, with an expanded Avengers line-up operating on two coasts (for the record, there were Thor, Iron Man, Doctor Pym, Wasp, Hulk, Captain America, Hawkeye, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, the late Swordsman, Hercules, Black Panther, Vision, Black Knight, the late Captain Mar-Vell, Rick Jones, Black Widow, Mantis, Moondragon, Beast, Hellcat, Two-Gun Kid, Whizzer, Wonder Man, the Guardians of the Galaxy (Vance Astro, Starhawk, Martinex, Charlie-27, Yondu, and Nikki), Jocasta, Ms. Marvel (now Binary), Falcon, and newcomers Tigra, She-Hulk, Captain Marvel II, Starfox, Mockingbird, Iron Man II, Thing, Sub-Mariner, Doctor Druid, Moon Knight, the late Marrina, Yellowjacket II, Demolition Man, Mister Fantastic, Invisible Woman, Gilgamesh, USAgent, Firebird, Quasar, and the Golden Age Human Torch), a new Captain Marvel (namely Monica Rambeau), a disbanded Defenders (whose ranks included former X-Men Beast, Iceman, and Angel, as well as Moondragon, Valkyrie, and Gargoyle), a Fantastic Four with constant line-up changes (including She-Hulk, Crystal, and the new Ms. Marvel), as well as a new headquarters, a Heroes for Hire with Power Man and Iron Fist (the latter of which was believed to be dead for a while), two Iron Men, a new generation of the X-Men called the New Mutants, She-Hulk, the Spaceknights, a black-and-white clad Spider-Man, a now-bearded Thor, and a brown-and-orange clad Wolverine. Also, many heroes had changes in both costume and personality as well. This handbook is all about the amazing 1980s, and will cover a lot of 80s favorites. But before we go on any further, we need to revisit those 80s characters who were covered in previous modern handbooks:

X-Men 2004: Beast, Cyclops, Emma Frost, Havok, Iceman, Juggernaut, Marvel Girl, Nightcrawler, Polaris, Professor X, Kitty Pryde, Rogue, Sage, Storm, Wolverine*
Spider-Man 2004: Black Cat, Daily Bugle, Doctor Octopus, Electro, Green Goblin, Hobgoblin, Lizard, May Parker, Sandman, Scorpion, Shocker, Spider-Man*, Gwen Stacy, Venom, Vulture, Mary Jane Watson
Avengers 2004: Ant-Man, Black Panther, Captain America, Falcon, Henry Gyrich, Hawkeye, Hercules, Iron Man*, Jack of Hearts, Namor, Quasar, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, She-Hulk*, Thor*, Tigra, USAgent, Vision, Warbird, Wasp, Wonder Man, Yellowjacket, Avengers Mansion and Quinjets, Avengers Roster
Hulk 2004: Abomination, Absorbing Man, Bereet, Bi-Beast, Doc Samson, Galaxy Master, Hulk, Hulkbusters, Jarella, Rick Jones, Leader, Madman, Rhino, Betty Ross, Thunderbolt Ross, Glenn Talbot, Tyrannus, U-Foes, Wendigo, Zzzax
Daredevil 2004: Black Widow, Bullseye, Daredevil, Elektra, Vanessa Fisk, Gladiator, Hand, Kingpin, Mister Fear, Foggy Nelson, Owl, Karen Page, Stick, Stilt-Man, Turk, Typhoid, Ben Urich
Wolverine 2004: Wolverine*, Adamantium, Alpha Flight, Bloodscream, Lady Deathstrike, Madripoor, Ogun, Reavers, Roughhouse, Sabretooth, Silver Fox, Silver Samurai, Matsu’o Tsurayaba, Viper, Mariko Yashida, Yukio
Book of the Dead 2004: Ancient One, Ant-Man, Baron Zemo (Heinrich), Bloodstone, Bucky (Barnes), Captain Marvel, Changeling, Cypher, Destiny (Destine), Destiny (Adler), Dorma, Gilgamesh, Hawkeye, Kraven the Hunter, Moira MacTaggert, Magik, Microchip, Mockingbird, Nova (Raye), Odin, Omega the Unknown, Harry Osborn, Ben Parker, Phoenix, Pyro, Captain George Stacy, Gwen Stacy, Swordsman, Thor*, Thunderbird (Proudstar), Union Jack (Montgomery Falsworth), Vision, Whiplash, Yellowjacket (DeMara)
Golden Age 2004: Angel (Halloway), Black Marvel, Blazing Skull, Blonde Phantom, Blue Diamond, Bucky, Captain America, Citizen V, Crimson Commando, Destroyer (Aubrey), Doctor Druid, Fin, Fin Fang Foom, Grand Director, Howling Commandos, 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, Dagger, Dazzler, Enchantress, Firestar, Gaea, Hellcat, Hepzibah, Jennifer Kale, Misty Knight, Magik (Amanda Sefton), Maker/Kosmos, Medusa, Meggan, Millie the Model, Moondragon, Moonstone, Mystique, Namorita, Rogue, Roma, Satana, Scarlet Witch, Sersi, Shanna the She-Devil, Silver Sable, Snowbird, Songbird, Spider-Woman (Drew), Topaz, Valkyrie, Vindicator
Marvel Knights 2005: Black Panther, Blade, Cage, Cloak, 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, Hydro-Man, Jackal, John Jameson, Jonah Jameson, Madame Web, Mindworm, Morbius, Mysterio, Liz Osborn, Joe Robertson, Joe Smith, Spider-Man*, Spider-Mobile, Spider-Slayers, Mendel Stromm, Flash Thompson
Teams 2005: All-Winners Squad, Alpha Flight, Avengers*, Brotherhood of Mutants, Champions of Los Angeles, Champions of Xandar, Defenders*, Excalibur, Frightful Four, Heroes for Hire*, Imperial Guard, Lethal Legion, Masters of Evil, New Mutants*, New Warriors, Power Pack, Serpent Society, Sinister Six, X-Factor, 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, Firebird, Great Lakes Avengers, Grim Reaper, Jocasta, Justice, Kang, Mantis, Morgan Le Fey, Pulsar*, James Rhodes, Spider-Woman (Drew), Spider-Woman (Carpenter), Starfox, Ultron
New X-Men Academy Yearbook Special: Karma, Magma, Mirage
Alternate Universes 2005: 2020 AD, 8162 AD, Counter-Earth (High Evolutionary), Crooked World, Days of Future Past, Earth A, Kitty’s Fairy Tale, Larval-Earth (Spider-Ham), New Universe, Other-Earth, Shadowline, The Corps, Deathlok (Manning), Fantastic Five (Spider-Man), Guardians of the Galaxy, Killraven, Scarlet Centurion, Squadron Supreme, Thundra
Horror 2005: Blackheart, 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, Terror, Thog, Vampire-Hunters, Werewolf, Zombie
X-Men 2005: Apocalypse, Archangel, Jamie Braddock, Cannonball, Captain Britain, Colosssus, Genosha, Hellfire Club, Jubilee, Lockheed, Magneto, Mystique, Northstar, Phoenix Force, Psylocke, Savage Land, Sunfire
New Avengers Most Wanted Files: Answer, Armadillo, Barbarus, Blood Brothers, Brothers Grimm, Bushwacker, Centurius, Chemistro, Constrictor, Controller, Corruptor, Count Nefaria, Crossbones, Crossfire, Crusader, Cutthroat, Doctor Demonicus, Graviton, Grey Gargoyle, Griffin, Hydro-Man, Jigsaw, King Cobra, Mandrill, Mentallo, Mister Fear, Mister Hyde, Molecule Man, Nitro, Purple Man, Rampage, Razor-Fist, Sauron, Scarecrow, Shockwave, Silver Samurai, Slug, Tiger Shark, Typhoid, U-Foes, Vermin, Wrecking Crew, Zzzax
All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z 1: Aged Genghis, Agent (Mason), Alpha the Ultimate Mutant, Amphibion, Arabian Knight, Arides, Arranger, Arsenal, Asbestos Lady, Ashcan, Atlantis, Atlas, Aurora, Awesome Andy, Ba’al, Sunset Bain, Band of the Bland, Banshee, Baron Mordo, Baron Strucker, Baron Zemo (Helmut)
All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z 2: Benny Beckley, Berserker, Beta Ray Bill, Big Wheel, Black Dragon, Black Widow (Voyant), Blizzard (Gill), Blob, Bogeyman, Boom Boom, Brood, Bug, John Bushmaster, Caglistro, Caliban, Callisto, Calypso, Captain UK, Captain Ultra, Captain Universe, Caretakers, Black Tom Cassidy, Celestials, Centurious, Cerebra/Cerebro, Challenger, Lila Cheney, China Force, Collective Man, Collector
All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z 3: Copperhead, Cosmic Cube, Council of Godheads, Darkstar, Daughters of the Dragon, Dazzler (Worthington), D’Bari, Death, Death’s Head (FPA), Demolition Man, Deviants, Devil-Slayer, Diamond Lil, Diamondback, 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, Fallen One (Champion of the Universe), Father Time, Richard Fisk, Fixer, Flag-Smasher, Flying Dutchman’s Ghost, Force Four, Forge, Frog-Man, Deacon Frost, Fury, Gamecock, Gargoyle (Christians), John Garrett, Geist, Gibbon, Glob, Gnobians, Goliath (Foster)
All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z 5: Gorilla-Man, Grandmaster, Guardian, Cockroach Hamilton, Jonas Harrow, Hate-Monger, Helleyes, Hellions, HERBIE, High Evolutionary, Howard the Duck, Humbug, Hurricane (Potter), Hybrid (Marks), Hydra, H’ylthri, Hyperion, Immortus, Mad Jim Jaspers, Madison Jeffries, Jester
All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z 6: Justice (Tensen), Ka-Zar the Great, Ka-Zar the Savage, Senator Robert Kelly, Erik Killmonger, Kismet, Klaatu, Korvac, Kree, Living Erasers, Living Tribunal, Locust, Loki, Looter, Luphomoids, Gideon Mace, MACH-4, Machine Man, Machinesmith, Mad Thinker, Madame Masque, Maelstrom, Moses Magnum, Magus, Man-Beast
All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z 7: Mandarin, Man-Killer, Margali of the Winding Way, Man-Mountain Marko, Masque, Master Khan, Master of the World, Mastermind (Braddock Manor Computer), Alicia Masters, Mephista, Mercy, Merlin Demonspawn, Merlyn, Metal Master, Microverse, Midnight, Midnight Sun, Mimic, Mister Sinister, Mistress Love, MODOK, Mojo, Morlocks, Ms. Marvel (Ventura), Mysterium, Nebula
Annihilation Nova Corps Files: Annihilus, Blastaar, Death, Drax the Destroyer, Firelord, Gabriel the Air-Walker, Galactus, Gamora, Glorian, Moondragon, Nebula, Tana Nile, Nova (Rider), Quasar, Ronan the Accuser, Silver Surfer, Star-Lord (Quill), Super-Skrull, Terrax the Tamer, Thanos, Zarek
All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z 8: Nekra, New Men, N’Garai, Night Raven, Night Thrasher, Nighthawk, Red Norvell, Nova (Rider), Nova Omega, Number Nine, Oblivion, Ogre, Outlaw Kid, Over-Mind, Phantom Rider, Piranha, Plantman, Plodex, Powderkeg, Presence, Prester John, Prosh, Proteus, Prowler, Puma, Quoi
All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z 9: Puppet Master, Quicksilver, Radioactive Man, Rawhide Kid, Razorback, Red Ghost, Red Wolf, Nathaniel Richards, Rictor, Ringer, Rocket Racer, Ronan the Accuser, Roxxon, Sabra, Sasquatch, Saturnyne, Sat-Yr9, Saurians, S’Byll, Nicholas Scratch, James Scully, Secret Empire, Sentinels, Shadow King, Shamrock
All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z 10: SHIELD, Silver Dagger, Sin, Siryn, Skein, Skids, Slaymaster, Snarks, Sons of the Serpent, Spaceknights, Speed Demon, Speedball, Sphinx, Spiral, Spot, Squadron Sinister, Stained Glass Scarlet, Fabian Stankowicz, Star-Lord (Quill), Steel Serpent, Steel Spider, Stegron the Dinosaur Man, Victor Strange
And everyone from Marvel Legacy: The 1960s and 1970s!!!
*they’re in this handbook, but we’re not gonna worry about them

And now, here are the characters that made Marvel the comic company for the 80s:

1. US Archer (Ulysses Solomon Archer): a former ordinary trucker who now travels into space and an ally of She-Hulk. He is the brother of the evil Highwayman, the husband of Midnight (a former enemy), and a true blue pal to Poppa Wheelie, Wide Load Annie, and Retread. He is equipped with a CB skull, which can allow him to pick up Citizens’ Band transmissions. His truck is called the Star Rig (which followed the US1), which is able to fly in air and space, reach warp speed, carry a huge cargo, change into a truck, and respond to US’s mental commands. He helped She-Hulk and Razorback battle Xemnu the Titan after the monster mentally controlled the hero for a while. First appearance: US1 #1 (May 1983).
2. Battleworld: the location where the Secret Wars took place. The location was a patchwork planet made by the Beyonder, which included many worlds, including Earth. Among those who resided on Battleworld were Julius Ackerman, Gruhl, Hanrak, Juneyar, Llrrlllnnllyyrri, the Reckoner, the Takers, Tarianna, Zsaji, and, believe it or not, a human Ben Grimm. As the Thing left the Battleworld, the planet exploded, taking all with it. First appearance: Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #1 (May 1984). Final appearance: Thing #22 (April 1985).
3. Blank: West Coast Avengers foe. A small-time thief, he was an agent of Graviton. He donned a harness that created a force field around his body, enabling him to protect himself from physical harm. The harness also shaded his body so that he could not be noticed. He was thrown down in an undertow by Graviton and died, although Tigra and Shroud were saved by Iron Man. First appearance: West Coast Avengers #2 (October 1984). Final appearance: West Coast Avengers #4 (December 1984).
4. Captain Hero (Bobby Wright): a teenage super hero who served as an ally of Power Man and Iron Fist. He was abandoned by his teenage mother as a toddler and moved into a foster home. He could change his molecular structure, as well as the structure of anything within a short-ranged radius. He could also shape-shift, fly, turn invisible or intangible, and become strong. After Iron Fist supposedly died, he disintegrated into an energy particle and blew away with the wind. First appearance: Power Man and Iron Fist #111 (November 1984). Final appearance: Power Man and Iron Fist #125 (September 1986). What we didn’t know at the time was that Captain Hero was actually Super-Skrull in disguise.
5. OZ Chase: Dazzler foe. A bounty hunter, Chase worked for Dust and Silence and was willing to capture Dazzler. He usually wields a sawed-off shotgun and dons a bulletproof vest. His companion is a wolf-dog hybrid named Cerberus who helps him a lot. When the X-Men were supposedly killed during a fight with the Adversary, Chase mourned the Dazzler’s death, but did not know that she was still alive and living in Australia. First appearance: Dazzler #38 (July 1985).
6. Crimson Mage (Azaziah): Ghost Rider foe. An evil sorcerer, his plan was to conquer the world (like many other despots). He possessed a mystic globe that he stole from three demons, which could fire deadly blasts, transfer souls, and view distant events. He also had the ability to live indefinitely by entering an immortal body. After Johnny Blaze separated himself from his Zarathos persona, Blaze shattered the Mage’s globe, causing the magician to crumble to dust. First appearance: Ghost Rider #43 (April 1980). Final appearance: Ghost Rider #44 (May 1980).
7. Crossroads: a place the Hulk was banished to since Earth could not afford the presence of the green hero. It is a magical gateway to other dimensions. Among those who inhabit the Crossroads are the Hulk, Nalee, Goblin, Guardian, Glow, Zgorian, the Puffball Collective, Maktu and his Iron Knights, Dr. Daniel DeCyst, Sym, and a Sacrificial Victim. Among the places Hulk had visited are an Underwater World, a Purple Giant World (in the form of a demolition city), a Saurian (or Acid-Rain) World, a Poisoned World of Spine Creatures, the City of Death, the Purple World of Exile (which belongs to Zgorian), a Radiation Monster World, a Dead World, a World of Quicksand, a Tornado World, an Ocean World, Andromeda’s Graveyard, a World of Robots, a Burning World, and the Signpost which directs the Hulk to these and other worlds. Luckily, with the help of Scottish professor Daniel DeCyst, he has escaped the world and Walter Langkowski (who was Box at the time) paid a visit to the world. First appearance: Incredible Hulk #300 (October 1984).
8. Crystar: the Crystal Warrior from the planet Crystalium. He is the brother of the evil Moltar and the nephew of the wise Feldspar and also resides with Koth, Stalax, Lavour, Ambara, Minay, Kalibur, Dyoahn, Bahb, Shen, and Ogeode. His entire body is made of durable crystal and is unable to eat, sleep, or breathe. In battle, he uses a crystalline sword and shield. After a battle with the evil Zardeth, Crystar became the new king of Crystalium and began an era of peace. Like Rom and the Micronauts, he was actually based on an action figure line. First appearance: Saga of Crystar, Crystal Warrior #1 (May 1983).
9. Dark-Crawler: enemy of Doctor Strange and the Hulk. Once known as Night-Crawler (a moniker later given to an X-Man), he was at one point the ruler of the Dark Dimension and has once allied himself with Amphibion and Torgo to defeat the Hulk. His weapon of choice is the Sceptre of Shadows, which can blind anyone who opposes him in blackness. He also possesses super-strength, a powerful tail, interdimensional travel, and force blasts. After adding the Hulk to his team, he and his allies weakened Abomination and destroyed the Galaxy Master. First appearance: Incredible Hulk #126 (April 1970). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #3.
10. Deadly Ernest (Ernest St. Ives): Alpha Flight foe. A former French soldier during the first World War, he was also the father of the first Nemesis and led his own crime syndicate, rumored to be connected to Maggia. With the touch of his left hand, anyone can die in a second. If his body parts were severed, he could reanimate them. He was slain by Nemesis after he slain Alpha Flight, who was revived by the heroine. First appearance: Alpha Flight #7 (February 1984). Final appearance: Alpha Flight #31 (February 1986).
11. Deltites: enemies of SHIELD. They are LMDs of SHIELD Agents (including Laura Brown, Eric Koenig, Sidney Levine, Clay Quartermain, Jack Rollins, Gail Runciter, Jasper Sitwell, and James Woo), created by an android LMD called the Deltite in order to dupe SHIELD’s leader Nick Fury. The Deltite was created by Arnim Zola and was programmed after Fury’s believed-to-be-dead enemy Baron Strucker. They were opposed by a new SHIELD (which included Nick Fury, Contessa Valentina Allegra de Fontaine, Al MacKenzie, Kate Neville, and Alexander Goodwin Pierce). After a spear was thrown at the main Deltite by Nick Fury, the system was overloaded and all of the Deltites were killed in an explosion. One Deltite model actually survived and was placed in SHIELD custody. First appearance: Nick Fury vs. SHIELD #1 (June 1988). Final appearance: Nick Fury vs. SHIELD #6 (November 1988).
12. DP7: a group of paranormals who were given strange abilities via an astronomical phenomenon. The founding members are Anti-Body (Randy O’Brien), Mastadon (David Landers), Glitter (Stephanie Harrington), Friction (Charlotte Beck), Twilight (Lenore Fenzl), Scuzz (Dennis Cuzinski), and Blur (Jeff Walters). Additional members include Mutator (George Mullaney), Sponge (Merrian Sorenson), and Chrome (Jenny Swensen). Some of their enemies are named after classic rock songs and include Aqualung, Purple Haze, Space Oddity, Acid Queen, Helter Skelter, Wipeout, Wild Thing, and Wooly Bully (by Jethro Tull, Jimi Hendrix, David Bowie, The Who, The Beatles, The Surfaris, The Troggs, and Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs, respectively). The team is now Friction, Chrome, Mastadon, Glitter, and Anti-Body, with Sponge and Mutator becoming normal humans again. First appearance: DP7 #1 (November 1986).
13. Holly-Ann Ember: ally of Wasp, Tigra, Storm, and She-Hulk. An elementary school student, her dream code name is Starbird and she is the daughter of town sheriff Joe Ember and his wife Mary. She can change reality, reshaping it to her will as though her wishes were realities. She also has the power to teleport people across vast distances and make costumes materialize from nowhere. Her finest hour was fighting the Timekeeper and his AIM allies. First appearance: Marvel Graphic Novel #16 (1985).
14. Followers of the Light: allies of the Shogun Warriors. The membership included Basque, Charn, Sherna, and Tambura and the agents were Genji Odashu, Ilongo Savage, Richard Carson, Judith Johns, and Deena James. The group met in the Shogun Sanctuary nestled in a Far East mountain range. Among the enemies they faced are the Maur-Konn, the Followers of the Dark, Samurai Destroyer, Doctor Demonicus, the Hand of Five, and Rokk-Korr. Sadly, the Followers of the Light were killed by the Samurai Destroyer and the Agents lived their civilian lives. First appearance: Shogun Warriors #1 (February 1979). Final appearance: Fantastic Four #226 (January 1981). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #4.
15. Fusion (Hubert and Pinky Fusser): Spider-Man foe. They are two dwarf twins who are a nuclear physicist and a janitor rolled into one. At numerous times, the twins can merge into a single being and can absorb energy in almost all forms, be it electromagnetic, chemical, or physical. The being can release portions of the energy in order to repel attacks. Spider-Man tore the brothers apart and both were later sent to Project: PEGASUS for studies. First appearance: Amazing Spider-Man #208 (September 1980).
16. Generic Super-Hero: just some generic comic book super-hero Marvel made up in 1984 in order to allow kids to be a superhero. He lives with his parents and his kid brother Bobby, the latter of which is in a comatose. His friends include a generic boss and a generic girlfriend and his enemies include an evil boss named Parsons, an evil scientist named Sanderson (possibly a node to Peter Sanderson), and some girl named Emily Carstairs. His superpowers are basically…generic, including super-strength, speed, and durability (typical). I hope he ends up a forgotten hero. First (and possibly only) appearance: The Generic Comic #1 (April 1984).
17. Gladiators: enemies of Dazzler, Beast, and the New Mutants. Based in Los Angeles, California, they aim to give live entertainment to the super-rich by fighting others, mostly to their deaths. Led by Alexander Flynn and Hugo Longride, the members include Axe, three Howlers named Bouncer, Barker, and Byter, Ivitch, Lexi, Ray, Max Rocker, Shellbot, Horns, Ralph, Shockman, and Snaketongue. Former members include Dazzler, Magma, Shadow King (possessing Karma), and Sunspot. In a fight between the New Mutants and the Gladiators, the Shadow King used four New Mutants (Cannonball, Sunspot, Magma, and Wolfsbane) kill the remaining Gladiators. They have yet to reform since their franchise still exists. First appearance: Beauty and the Beast #2 (February 1985).
18. Hercules of the 24th Century: this is a universe where Hercules travels in the Andromeda Galaxy. Our Olympian hero is the father of Arimathes and hangs around with Skyppi and Recorder #417. Other important characters of the time include Clide and Alpo (two Wilamean con-men), an unhelmeted Galactus, Count Igwanus of the Gegku, Layana Sweetwater (Hercules’ lover), Amayd Malin (an intergalactic commander), Mallax Fortnite (another ally), Nova (a more mature Frankie Raye), Red Wolf (who wants to hunt all Skrulls, even Skyppi), Dhielus Shreck (the final disciple of Thanos), Rojohn Smythe, Lucynda Thrust, Tyne Pryntess, and Zeus. Important locations include Arago-7, the Bomb Crater Café (where Hercules loves to eat), Ciegrime-7, Denicere, Earth, Mt. Olympus, Omacran System, Port Anteris, Petocco, Starharbor, Starstation Raga, Talbos, Titan, and Wilamean. After the Olympians passed on to the next plane, Hercules led a new generation of Olympian Gods. First appearance: Hercules: Prince of Power #1 (September 1982).
19. Lady Daemon (Megan Daemon): Clan Daemon’s Child of Light. She is the sister of the evil Alisabeth Daemon (who killed their parents) and is also an enemy of the Outer Dark. She uses magical powers, which are probably inherited to her by her ancestors and knows a lot about the occult. She also owns tarot cards to predict the future and the pendant of a crystal cat’s skull to focus her abilities. During a fire in Hindenburg after fighting the Outer Dark, Daemon and her fiancé Ian MacInnis escaped the fire safely, while Alisabeth’s fate is unknown. First appearance: Bizarre Adventures #25 (March 1981).
20. Lois London (formerly Lois Brown): half-sister of Dazzler and ally of Angel. She helped her famous older sister battle Rogue, as well as a criminal named Slimey. She has the magical ability to generate heat and light from her hands. When she touches an enemy, it can melt its flesh and induce a molecular transformation. She now lives with her father Nick Brown after he offered her money and drugs, to the chagrin of Dazzler. First appearance: Dazzler #21 (November 1982).
21. Longshot: member of the X-Men and a former stuntman working for Mojo. Hailing from the Mojoverse, he also led a band rebels who were trying to oppose Mojo. He has the ability to affect probability fields to provide himself good luck whenever his motives are pure and create an equal and opposite effect. He can also scan recent memories of a person using physical contact with that being. His weapons of choice are cleaver-like blades and he has two hearts and leather skin. After helping his fellow X-Men defeat Master Mold, Longshot left the team and faded away to an unknown area. First appearance: Longshot #1 (September 1985). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #7 and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #30.
22. Lunatik (Arisen Tyrk): Defenders foe. This villain compromises fragments of Arisen Tyrk and hails from the Other Realm. In addition to his superhuman strength, endurance, and durability, he has the power to cast various spells and shoot powerful energy blasts. In addition, he usually rides a large winged Nilffim bird, wears body armor, and carries a sword in combat. When last we saw him, he was in Xhoohx’s care. After that, Xhoohx was killed by agents of the Unnameable and Tyrk’s fate is unknown. First appearance: (as Lunatik) Defenders #51 (September 1977); (as Harrison Turk) Defenders #52 (October 1977); (as Arisen Tyrk) Marvel Premiere #46 (February 1979). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #7.
23. Necromon: enemy of the Black Knight and Captain Britain. Hailing from the Netherworld (where he reigned), he was the leader of the Nethergods and often employed worked with the evil Walkers (Balor, Cormac, Gurien, Karadoc, a different Mordred, and Scartac). Although he had vast magical powers, he often employed demons, dragons, goblins, and trolls to do the dirty work. He also had the power to open portals to other dimensions and was an equal swordsman. During a fight with a resurrected King Arthur and the Black Knight, he was impaled by their swords (Excalibur and the Ebony Blade, respectively) and was torn apart, never to return again. First appearance: Hulk Comic #45 (January 1980). Final appearance: Incredible Hulk #63 (May 1980).
24. Nightmask (Keith Remsen): one of the New Universe’s hailed heroes. A former member of Ballad’s Rangers and a current army lieutenant, he is a true ally to Chrome, Justice (John Tensen), members of DP7, and Psi-Hawk and an ardent foe of the Gnome, Stalker, Blowout, the ESPeople (Apparition, Phantom Bullet, Psi-Lord, Purple Veil, Supernatural, and Trancer), and the Nightmare Keeper. When he drew his power from the Star Brand, he can enter and manipulate others’ dreams, though the ease with which he does this relies on the dreamer’s will. When he uses his powers, his crescent-moon shaped scar will glow white and he can cast illusions. He later fought Mook (a pawn of the Ayatollah of Iran) and killed the villain. First appearance: Nightmask #1 (November 1986).
25. Dakota North: Marvel’s spunky redheaded private investigator. Her mission is to travel the world and capture criminals in an M.O. similar to Luke Cage and Iron Fist. Fluent in French, Italian, and Japanese, she is a master of hand-to-hand combat and a superb markswoman. She also owns many high-end cars and motorcycles for transportation. At one point, she met Jack Power of the Power Pack and helped him clear the name of his favorite author. First appearance: Dakota North #1 (June 1986). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update ’89 #5.
26. Nuke (Frank Simpson): enemy of Daredevil and Captain America. Tattooed with an American flag on his face, he worked for the Kingpin and was hired to take down Daredevil. Although insane in battle, he was very strong and was impervious to any pain. His weapon of choice was a sub-machine gun he called Betsy, which ammunition included rockets and napalm bombs. Lastly, he took red, white, and blue pills for alertness and energy, barbiturates to counteract the amphetamines, and to sedate his behavior, respectively. During a battle with Captain America and Daredevil, he was shot in the chest by a helicopter and died, leaving his body on Ben Urich’s desk. First appearance: Daredevil #232 (July 1986). Final appearance: Daredevil #233 (August 1986).
27. Psi-Force: another group of heroes in the New Universe, only this time, they are all psionic youths gathered by Emmett Proudhawk and are consulted by Psi-Hawk. Led by Network (Wayne Tucker), the membership includes Syphon (Thomas Boyd), The Demon Within (Dehman Doosha of Russia), Overtime (Lindsay Falmon), and Sedara Bakut of Afghanistan. Former members include Creepy (Mike Crawley), Healer (Anastasia Inyushin of Russia), Shockwave (Kathy Ling), and Voyager (Tyrone Jessup). Various religions are represented in this group, including Catholic (Tucker and Falmon), Protestant (Boyd), Islam (Bakut), Judaism (Inyushin), Buddhism (Ling), and Baptism (Jessup). (The religions of Doosha and Crawley are unknown). The team will still be active by 1998, with Jessup, Ling, and Crawley as members again. First appearance: Psi-Force #1 (November 1986).
28. Rocket Raccoon: another Marvel animal hero (along with Howard the Duck). He is a raccoon with a gun and hails from Halfworld, populated by human loonies, robots, a walrus named Wal Rus, an otter named Lylla, a rabbit named Blackjack O’Hare, a turtle named Uncle Pyko, a mole named Judson Jakes, and an iguana named Dyvyne. He possesses many abilities of a rudimentary raccoon, such as a keen sense of smell and sight. When he wants to fly and carry the weight of another animal (one, mind you), he would use his rocket skates. His weapon of choice is a laser pistol. At one point of his career, he teamed up with the Hulk to battle Jakes and Dyvyne. First appearance: Marvel Preview #7 (June 1976). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #10 and has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #11 and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #9.
29. Schizoid Man (Chip Martin): Spider-Man foe. He is the son of a state senator and is rumored to be either a mutant or an enhanced human. He has a malevolent “Other” persona that can levitate and develop solid objects, including a mallet, snake-creatures, ravens, a giant hand, knives, and demons. If he loses his concentration, the creations fade away and he is weak. He is now in a psychiatric ward for special care. First appearance: (as Chip) Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #36 (November 1979); (as Schizoid Man) Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #38 (January 1980).
30. Scourge of the Underworld: an organization of villain hunters who want to exterminate all super-powered criminals (mostly mediocre supervillains). Each Scourge is equipped with a gun and always yells out, “Justice is Served” whenever he or she kills the bad guy. One Scourge killed the Enforcer as a homeless baglady before battling Iron Man. The next victim was the Miracle Man while he was riding on a bus with the Thing. During the second Secret Wars, Scourge killed the Psycho-Man construct of the Hate-Monger after the villain battled the Fantastic Four. After Megatak battled Thor, a Scourge killed the forgotten villain disguised as an old man. The next victim was Constrictor, but the villain was protected by Captain America and Scourge (disguised as a nurse) jumped out the window. Hence, Constrictor was spared. Another spared victim was Kraven the Hunter, but the villain survived (he would later die after battling Spider-Man). Next in line was the Melter, who was killed by Scourge as his assistant. A female Scourge named Caprice disguised herself as Golddigger and killed Titania of the Grapplers while she was taking a shower. The next victim was Basilisk, who was shot by Scourge dressed up as a construction worker near the Baxter Building. Another Scourge dressed up as a Native American and killed the criminal duo of Hammer and Anvil. Later on, the same Scourge who killed Basilisk killed Fly dressed as a trash collector. Meanwhile, the second Scourge shot the Wraith as a police officer while he was trying to kill Flash Thompson. The next day, the original Scourge killed both Death Adder and Blue Streak dressed as a cab driver and a trucker, respectively. Perhaps the biggest Scourge killing took place at the Bar with No Name in Ohio, where Scourge (dressed as a bartender) killed a record of 18 villains (Firebrand, Ringer, Letha, Mirage, Bird-Man, Cyclone, Vamp, Commander Kraken, Hijacker, Turner D. Century, Shellshock, Cheetah, Jaguar, Shellshock, Rapier, Mind-Wave, Grappler, and Steeplejack). Water Wizard would have been the nineteenth villain, but missed the opportunity when he came late. First appearance: Iron Man #194 (May 1985). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #11 and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #33.
31. Spider-Ham (Peter Porker): Larval Earth’s most beloved hero. He started out as a spider bitten by May Porker, a pig, and Porker himself later became a pig. His greatest enemies are J. Jeremiah Jackal, Bullfrog, the Terrible Terrier Gang (which compromises Airedale, Boston, Bull, Skye, and Wire), Chickenstein’s Monster, Hogzilla, and Ducktor Doom. Like his human counterpart, he can shoot webs from his hands and swing from building to building using his webs for transportation. Sometimes, he has his “pigspider” backpack, which houses a change of clothes while he is in costume. Little does he know that a rival cult is waiting to attack our porky hero. First appearance: Marvel Tails #1 (November 1983).
32. Spindrifter (Marandi Sjorokker): ally of Spider-Man and Doctor Strange. Hailing from the Cloudsea Dimension, she is the daughter of sorcerer Kurudred the Blood Drinker (also called the Tyrant of Dolara and the Master of the Nightspawn) and her name sounds Norwegian. With a vast knowledge of mystical experience and a whole collection of mystic artifacts, she employs magical ponchos in order to fly from place to place. She is also able to access dimensional portals to multiple realms. After Spider-Man helped her battle Tordenkakerlakk, her eternal youth spell was broken and she returned Spider-Man to New York, hoping one day, their paths will cross. First appearance: Marvel Graphic Novel #22 (1986).
33. Star-Thief (Ilse Pterigil): ally and enemy of the Defenders (which compromised Andromeda, Angel, Beast, Cloud, Gargoyle, Iceman, and Valkyrie) and their ally Seraph. She is an extraterrestrial mutant from the planet Dreolln. She has the ability to access the Cosmic Cube’s powers from light years away. She can also change reality to her every whim, usually to transport stars away into a pocket dimension located in her purse. Now in a coma, the mutant princess relinquished the stolen stars she stole and Kubik restored them to their proper places. First appearance: Defenders #150 (December 1985).
34. Stratosfire (Sandy Vincent): Iron Man foe. She worked for the Roxxon Oil Company and was employed by its CEO, Jonas Hale and harbors a hatred for Sunturion, her former friend. She manipulated great control over microwave energy and had the ability to transform herself into microwave energy and teleport to other locations, fire blasts of energy, and change objects into energy and later absorb it. Her main weakness was the Zed control, which was a control device placed in her by Roxxon. After Sunturion activated the Zed control, she was killed in an explosion and Sunturion was depowered. Only appearance: Iron Man Annual #9 (1987).
35. Micah Synn: Daredevil foe. He is the leader of the ancient Kinjorge tribe of East Africa and was hired by the Kingpin to kill Daredevil and his friends. He used to have peak human strength, stamina, speed, and acute senses. A barbarian, he was also cunning and adaptable, learning to lie and use others for his own. After he fled Daredevil, he began a lifetime of excess gorging, drinking, and smoking when Daredevil found him, begging the hero for his help. First appearance: Daredevil #202 (January 1984).
36. Thundersword (Stewart Cadwell): pawn of the Beyonder and enemy of Captain America, Dazzler, the second Iron Man (James Rhodes), Cannonball and Magik of the New Mutants, and the X-Men (Magneto, Nightcrawler, Wolverine, Colossus, Shadowcat, Rogue, and Rachel Summers). Before he was empowered by the Beyonder, he was a television writer. As Thundersword, he wields a lightning-shaped sword that could cut through brick and metal, fire powerful bolts of energy, and return to him via command. His steed was a winged horse named Boromir, which he could recreate with a thought. When last we saw him, Iron Man (Rhodes) defeated the villain with a single punch into the ocean and was never seen from again. First appearance: Secret Wars II #1 (July 1985). Possible final appearance: Iron Man #197 (August 1985).
37. Tunnelworld: an alien world which mostly resembles Earth which is taken via magical transport. The Defenders have visited this place in order to investigate the source of Lunatik’s power. Some of the inhabitants of Tunnelworld are Aeroika, Xhoohx, and Ytitnedion. Among the races found in Tunnelworld are the Buzzard People, the Ixhoohxi, the Nilffim, the Nya, and the Sputs (including Stalwag). After Xhoohx was slain by Ytitnedion, the latter was vanquished and Tunnelworld regained its independence. First appearance: Defenders #71 (May 1979).
38. Zaniac: Thor foe. He was a parasitic magical create who could use human hosts for his own, including Brad Wolfe and Thug Thatcher (an earlier foe of Thor). He had the ability to create and manipulate radioactive knives and he had a hatred for females (which he uses his Knife of Love). When he was killed, he would release a horde of vermin-like creatures that would look for a new host for the Zaniac. After Zaniac escaped from Wolfe’s corpse, Justice Peace and Thor destroyed the vermin before another Zaniac can be formed. Later on, Thug Thatcher died of a heart attack. First appearance: Thor #319 (May 1982). Final appearance: Thor #372 (October 1986).
39. Zxaxz: Spellbinder foe. He is a very powerful extradimensional demon who wanted to conquer dimensions before the Other got a chance to. He has the power to manipulate chaos and order and can open gates to other planets. He has also made numerous tools in order to channel his powers, including conversion rings of chaos and order, a shape-shifting crown, and a cloak that enables him to fly. After a fight with the Spellbinder, he put aside his differences with the heroine and helped her pursue the Other, leaving the rings on Earth. First appearance: Spellbound #1 (January 1988).

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, Ariel, 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, Beetle, Black Cat, Black Knight, Black Panther, Black Widow, Blastaar, Blob, Brother Voodoo, Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, Bullseye, Cannonball, Captain America, Captain Britain, Captain Marvel, 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, Bucky III, Bushmaster, Cagliostro, Caliban, Captain America II, Captain America III, Captain America IV)
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, Council of the Chosen, Counter-Earth, Count Nefaria, Crimson Dynamo I-II, Crossfire, Crusader I, Crusader II, Crusaders, Crusher, Damon Dran, Dark-Crawler, 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, Firelord, Fixer, Fly, Frankenstein’s Monster, Frog-Man, Galactus, Gargoyle, Glorian, Grandmaster, Grey Gargoyle, Grim Reaper, Guardian, Guardians of the Galaxy, Gypsy Moth, Appendix (Diamondhead, Doctor Demonicus, Doctor Glitternight, Dominic Fortune, Drax the Destroyer, D’Spayre, Dweller in Darkness, Dyna-Mite, Ego, Elf, Emma Frost, Equinox, Eros, Exiles, Faceless One, Factor Three, Fin, Fin Fang Foom, Followers of the Light)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #5 (May 1983): Hangman, Hate-Monger, Havok, Hawkeye, Hellcat, Hellfire Club, Her, Hercules, Heroes for Hire, High Evolutionary, Hobgoblin, Howard the Duck, Hulk, Human Torch, HYDRA, Hyperion, Iceman, Immortus, Imperial Guard, Inhumans, Invisible Girl, Iron Fist, Iron Man, Jack of Hearts, Jester, Juggernaut, Appendix (Franklin Richards, Freak, Frightful Four, Gabriel Devil-Hunter, Gabriel the Air-Walker, Gaea, Galaxy Master, Gargoyle I, Ghost Rider III, Giant-Man II, Gibbon, Gladiator I, Glob, Golem, Goliath II, Green Goblin, Hammerhead, Hand, Hannibal King, Harpy)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #6 (June 1983): Kang, Karma, Ka-Zar, Kingpin, Kraven the Hunter, Kree, Leader, Living Mummy, Living Tribunal, Lizard, Loki, Machine Man, Madame Masque, Madame Web, Madrox, Mad Thinker, Maelstrom, Magneto, Makkari, Appendix (Hepzibah, HERBIE, Hero, Howling Commandos, Human Torch I, Hybrid, Hydro-Man, H’ylthri, Infant Terrible, Invaders, Isbisa, Jackal, Jack Frost I, Jack O'Diamonds, Janus, Jarella, Jennifer Kale, Jigsaw, Jocasta, Jonas Harrow)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #7 (July 1983): Mandarin, Mandrill, Man-Thing, Medusa, Mentallo, Mephisto, Mister Fantastic, Mister Fear, Mister Hyde, Mockingbird, MODOK, Mole Man, Molecule Man, Moondragon, Moon Knight, Moonstone, Morgan Le Fey, Morlocks, Mysterio, Mystique, Appendix (Killmonger, Killraven, Korrek, Korvac, Liberty Legion, Lilith, Living Diamond, Locust, Lunatik, Machinesmith, Madam Menace)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #8 (August 1983): Namorita, Nekra, Nick Fury, Nightcrawler, Nightmare, Night Rider, Nomad, Northstar, Nova, Odin, Overmind, Owl, Plantman, Polaris, Power Man, Professor X, Psyche, Psycho-Man, Punisher, Puppet Master, Purple Man, Pyro, Appendix (Magus, Maha Yogi, Mahkizmo, Man-Beast, Mantis, Man-Wolf, Marvel Boy, Marvel Girl, Marvel Man, Masque, Master, Master Khan, Masters of Evil, Matador, Merlin I, Merlin II, Metal Master, Meteor Man, Mimic, Miss America, Missing Link, Misty Knight, Mogul of the Mystic Mountain, Morbius)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #9 (September 1983): Quasar, Quicksilver, Radioactive Man, Red Ghost, Red Skull, Red Wolf, Rhino, Rogue, Ronan the Accuser, Sabra, Sabretooth, Sandman, Sasquatch, Savage Land and Pangea, Scarecrow, Scarlet Witch, Sentinels, Sersi, Shamrock, Shanna the She-Devil, She-Hulk, Appendix (Moses Magnum, Mother Earth/Mother Nature, Mutant X, Mysterio II, Namora, Nebulos, New Men, New Mutants, N’Garai, Nicholas Scratch, Nighthawk II, Nomad I, Nova I, Nth Man, Omega the Unknown, Pangea, Paragon, Patriot, Phoenix I, Phoenix II, Piranha)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #10 (October 1983): SHIELD, Silver Samurai, Silver Surfer, Siryn, Skrulls, Snowbird, Spaceknights, Speed Demon, Sphinx, Spider-Man, Squadron Supreme, Starfox, Stilt-Man, Storm, Sub-Mariner, Appendix (Power Man I, Presence, Prester John, Prime Mover, Proteus, Prowler, Psyklop, Rawhide Kid, Razorback, Red Raven, Red Skull II, Ringer, Ringo Kid, Rocket Raccoon, Rocket Racer, Roxxon, Satana, Satannish, Sauron, Scarlet Centurion, Schemer, Screaming Mimi, Secret Empire)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11: Appendix (Shang-Chi, Shatterstar, Shocker, Shuma-Gorath, Silver Dagger, Skull the Slayer, Smuggler, Son of Satan, Sons of the Serpent, Sons of the Tiger, Spider-Woman, Spirit of ’76, Spitfire, Sprite II, Squadron Sinister, Steel Serpent, Stegron the Dinosaur Man, Stuntmaster, Tagak the Leopard Lord)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12 (December 1983): White Queen, Appendix (Tana Nile, Terrax the Tamer, Tumbler, Victorius, Vulture II, Warlock I, Whizzer III, Wraith, Xemu, Xorr the God-Jewel, Zarek, Zom)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #13 (February 1984): Air-Walker, Ancient One, Banshee, Baron Strucker, Baron Zemo I, Bloodstone, Bucky, Captain Mar-Vell, Changeling, Count Nefaria, Dracula, Drax the Destroyer, Gamora, Ghost Rider, Giant-Man, Green Goblin, Jackal, Jocasta, Korvac, Lilith, Mantis, Man-Wolf, Champions of Los Angeles, Howling Commandos, Invaders, Liberty Legion
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #14 (March 1984): Marvel Boy, Mimic, Miss America, Morbius, Nighthawk, Nova I, Omega the Unknown, Patriot, Phoenix, Red Raven, Satana, Shang-Chi, Son of Satan, Spider-Woman, Spirit of ’76, Spitfire, Terrax the Tamer
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #15 (May 1984): Cerebro, Sentinel, 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, Beetle, Beta Ray Bill, Black Cat, Black Knight, Black Panther, Black Widow, Blastaar, Johnny Blaze, Blob, Brothers Grimm, Brother Voodoo, Caliban, Callisto, Cannonball, Captain America, Captain Britain, Captain Marvel, 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, Jessica Drew, D’Spayre, Ego, Electro, Elektra, Enchantress, Eternals, Eternity, Falcon, Fantastic Four, Firebird, Firelord, 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, Ghost Rider, Glorian, Goliath, Grandmaster, Grey Gargoyle, Guardians of the Galaxy, Gypsy Moth, Henry Peter Gyrich, Havok, Hawkeye, Hellfire Club, Hellions, Daimon Hellstrom, Patsy Walker-Hellstrom, Her, Hercules, High Evolutionary, Hobgoblin, Howard the Duck, Hulk, Hulkbusters
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #6 (May 1986): Human Torch, HYDRA, Hydro-Man, Iceman, Immortus, Imperial Guard, Inhumans, Invisible Woman, Iron Man, Iron Man II, Jack of Hearts, J. Jonah Jameson, John Jameson, Madison Jeffries, Jester, Rick Jones, Juggernaut, Jennifer Kale, Kang, Karma, Ka-Zar
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #7 (June 1986): Hannibal King, Kingpin, Misty Knight, Kraven the Hunter, Kree, Leader, Living Tribunal, Lizard, Lockheed, Loki, Longshot, Machine Man, Machinesmith, Madame Masque, Madrox, Mad Thinker, Mad Thinker's Awesome Android, Maelstrom, Magik, Magma, Magneto
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #8 (July 1986): Makkari, Mandarin, Mandrill, Man-Thing, Mantis, Marvel Girl, Master, Masters of Evil, Medusa, Mentallo, Mephisto, Merlin, Mirage, Mister Fantastic, Mister Fear, Mister Hyde, Mockingbird, Mojo, Mole Man
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #9 (August 1986): Molecule Man, Moondragon, Moon Knight, Moonstone, Doctor Michael Morbius, Morgan Le Fey, Morlocks, Ms. Marvel, Mysterio, Mystique, Namorita, Nebula, Nekra, New Mutants, Nightcrawler, Nightmare, Nomad, Northstar, Nova, Odin, Overmind, Owl
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #10 (September 1986): Phoenix, Plantman, Polaris, Power Man, Power Pack, Professor X, Psycho-Man, Puma, Punisher, Puppet Master, Purple Man, Pyro, Quasar, Quicksilver, Radioactive Man, Red Ghost, Red Wolf, Rhino
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #11 (October 1986): Richard Rider, Rocket Raccoon, Rogue, Ronan the Accuser, Rose, Roxxon Oil Company, Sabra, Sabretooth, Sandman, Sasquatch, Scarecrow, Scarlet Witch, Scourge, Secret Empire, Sentinels, Serpent Society, Sersi, Shadowcat, Shang-Chi, Shanna the She-Devil, She-Hulk, SHIELD, Shocker
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #12 (November 1986): Silver Sable, Silver Samurai, Silver Surfer, Siryn, Skrulls, Snarks, Sons of the Tiger, Spaceknights, Speed Demon, Spider-Man, Spider-Woman, Spiral, Squadron Supreme, Starfox, Stilt-Man, Storm, Sub-Mariner
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #13 (December 1986): Tattletale
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, Plodex)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #16 (June 1987): Air-Walker, Ancient One, Baron Strucker, Baron Zemo I, Beyonder, 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, Amahl Farouk, Gamora, Gargoyle I, Grand Director, Green Goblin, Grim Reaper, Guardian, Hangman, Hate-Monger I
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #18 (October 1987): Hyperion II, Jackal, Jarella, Jocasta, Korvac, Lilith, Marvel Boy, Mimic, Miss America, MODOK, Morlocks, Nighthawk II
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #19 (December 1987): Omega the Unknown, Ben Parker, Patriot, Purple Man, Rawhide Kid, Red Raven, Red Skull, Ringer, General Thunderbolt Ross, Satana, Snowbird, Sphinx, Spirit of ’76, Gwen Stacy
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #20 (February 1988): Stick, Terrax the Tamer, Wraith
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update 89 #1 (July 1989): Apocalypse, Archangel, Betty Ross Banner, Blade, Blizzard II, Bloodscream, Boom-Boom, Box IV, Bullseye, Bushwacker, Captain Britain, Chameleon
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update 89 #2 (August 1989): Champion of the Universe, Chemistro, Lila Cheney, Jacqueline Falsworth Crichton, 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, Hammerhead, Hulk
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update 89 #4 (October 1989): Human Torch I, Hyperion I, Iron Fist, Iron Man, Edwin Jarvis, Jubilee, Killraven, Betty Brant Leeds, Living Mummy, Moira MacTaggert, Madame Web
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update 89 #5 (November 1989): Louise Mason, Meggan, Mister Sinister, Foggy Nelson, Dakota North, Harry Osborn, Karen Page, May Parker
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update 89 #6 (Late November 1989): Prowler, Psylocke, Razorback, Reavers, Red Skull II, Red Wolf, Rictor, Joe Robertson, Rocket Racer, Roma, Roughhouse, Satannish, Opal Luna Saturnyne, Savage Land, Scarlet Centurion, Amanda Sefton, Serpent Society
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update 89 #7 (December 1989) SHIELD II, Skids, Slug, Speedball, Alicia Masters Storm
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update 89 #8 (Late December 1989): X-Factor Ship
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #1 (December 1990): Dormammu, Juggernaut, Midnight Sun, Ronan the Accuser, Spider-Man, Starfox
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #2 (January 1991): Awesome Android, Bloodstone, Captain America, Destiny, Doctor Octopus, Forge, Grey Gargoyle, Howard the Duck, Leader, Moonstone, Plantman, Quicksilver
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #3 (February 1991): Baron Mordo, Cable, Diamondback, Electro, Firelord, Ghost Rider, Ka-Zar, Mister Fantastic, Morgan Le Fey, Razorback, Shocker
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #4 (March 1991) Apocalypse, Baron Zemo, Blastaar, Carrion, Grim Reaper, Living Mummy, Madame Web, Puppet Master, Red Raven, Shadowcat
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #5 (April 1991): Abomination, Blizzard, Captain Marvel I, Dagger, Eternity, Magma, Man-Thing, Owl, Punisher, Speed Demon
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #6 (May 1991): Bullseye, Cannonball, Fixer, Immortus, Mister Sinister, Nomad, She-Hulk
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #7 (June 1991) Armadillo, Barbarus, Black Knight, Callisto, Cypher, Daredevil, Firestar, Hangman, Jack Frost, Lizard, Magneto, Marvel Boy, Nova II, Psycho-Man, Slug, Stilt-Man
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #8 (July 1991): Captain Ultra, Colossus, Elektra, Hulk, Jackal, Kang, Makkari, Nighthawk II, Shang-Chi, Spider-Woman I
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #9 (August 1991): Air-Walker, Black Panther, Chameleon, Doc Samson, Ego, Firebird, Hyperion, Machinesmith, Moon Knight, Over-Mind, Rocket Raccoon, Scarlet Witch, Silver Dagger, Skids, Zarek
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #10 (September 1991): Blob, Captain Britain, Constrictor, Grandmaster, Hercules, Jigsaw, Misty Knight, Mad Thinker, Miss America, Odin, Red Ghost, Siryn
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #11 (October 1991): Cloak, Gilgamesh, Hydro-Man, Jocasta, Madrox, Rocket Racer, Spider-Woman II, Storm, Tana Nile
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #12 (November 1991): Black Cat, Centurius, Crossbones, D’Spayre, Goliath, Jack of Hearts, Loki, Mister Hyde, Nightcrawler, Satannish, Silver Surfer, Spitfire
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #13 (December 1991): Arabian Knight, Blood Brothers, High Evolutionary, Iceman, Master, Mysterio, Northstar, Phoenix Force, Quasar
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #14 (January 1992): Annihilus, Beast, Champion of the Universe, Darkstar, Gargoyle, Namorita, Prowler, Rhino, Sphinx
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #15 (February 1992): Ant-Man, Brothers Grimm, Bushwacker, Crystal, Frankenstein’s Monster, Hate-Monger, Iron Man, Omega the Unknown, Rogue, Sandman, Saturnyne
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #16 (March 1992): Absorbing Man, Baron Strucker, Cyclops, Hawkeye, Mole Man, Sabretooth
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #17 (April 1992): Ancient One, Brother Voodoo, Count Nefaria, Glob, Havok, Kingpin, Lady Deathstrike, Maelstrom, MODOK, Namor, Sasquatch
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #18 (May 1992): Beetle, Clea, Demolition Man, Moondragon, Nebula, Professor X, Razor-Fist, Nicholas Scratch, Spirit of ‘76
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #19 (June 1992): Doctor Demonicus, Gamora, Rick Jones, Mandarin, Nova I, Ringer, Satana, Shatterstar
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #20 (July 1992): Archangel, Controller, Doctor Doom, Enchantress, Flag-Smasher, Korvac, Maha Yogi, Sabra
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #21 (August 1992): Banshee, Bi-Beast, Crossfire, Dominic Fortune, Gambit, Invisible Woman, Jester, Mantis, Red Wolf, Speedball
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #22 (September 1992): Crimson Commando, Diamond Lil, Nick Fury, Kismet, Madame Masque, Merlin, Phantom Rider, Screaming Mimi, Silver Sable, Terrax
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #23 (October 1992): Blonde Phantom, Cage, Chthon, Collector, Falcon, Glorian, Hammerhead, Mockingbird, Psylocke, Radioactive Man, Sauron, Silhouette
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #24 (November 1992): John Blaze, Chemistro, Drax the Destroyer, Gladiator I, Human Torch, Iron Fist, Jubilee, Machine Man, Medusa, Phoenix III, Prester John, Red Skull
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #25 (December 1992): Black Widow, Bucky, Deadpool, Fin Fang Foom, Guardian I, Hepzibah, Infinity, Hannibal King, Mirage, Mister Fear, Night Thrasher, Silver Samurai, Stellaris
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #26 (January 1993): Boomer, Doctor Druid, Jean Grey, Jarella, Mystique, Psyklop
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #27 (February 1993): Beta Ray Bill, Deathlok I, Devos the Devastator, Giant-Man, Green Goblin, HYDRA, Jack O’Lantern, Korath the Pursuer, Snowbird
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #28 (March 1993): Blade, Changeling, Cutthroat, Domino, Elysius, Galactus, Hellfire Club, Living Lightning, Man-Beast, Meggan, Scarecrow, Squadron Supreme
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #29 (April 1993): Aurora, Carnage, Black Tom Cassidy, Dazzler, Mentallo, Puma, Reavers, Sabretooth, Sersi
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #30 (May 1993): Answer, Bishop, Blackout II, Crusader, Dracula, Janus, Longshot, Magik, Rage, Skrulls, Wraith
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #31 (June 1993): Killraven, Mandrill, Micromax, Molecule Man, Nebula, Presence, Shockwave, War Machine
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #32 (July 1993): Captain Universe, Kree, Maverick, Mephisto, Paibok, Rampage
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #33 (August 1993): Centurious, Deathwatch, Feron, Hercules, Human Torch I, Iron Man, Karma, Living Tribunal, Morg, Scourge
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #34 (September 1993): Blackheart, Caliban, Captain Marvel, Cyber, Demogoblin, 8-Ball, Jack of Hearts, Lilith II, Multiple Man, Omega Red, Rictor
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #35 (October 1993): Beyonder, Crystal, Deathlok II, Doctor Strange, Hellstorm, Magus, Polaris, Proteus, Weapon X
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #36 (November 1993): Cerise, Morbius, Ms. Marvel, Pyro, Roma, 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, Annihilus’ Queens, Answer, Ant-Man, Anti-Cap, Apache Kid, Apocalypse, Arabian Knight, Arachne, Arana, US Archer, 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, Battleworld, Batwing, Beast, Benny Beckley, Bedlam, Yelena Belova, Bereet, Berserker, Beta Ray Bill, Beyonder, 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, Blastaar, 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 (Baroness S’Bak, Beasts from Berlin, Black Brother, Blank, Alexander Bont, Bounty, Bull's Eye), Cable, Cable/Askani World, Luke Cage, Cagliostro, Caliban, Callisto, Calypso, Cammi, 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), Stuart Clarke, 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, Crossroads, Crusader, Crusaders, Crystal, Crystar, Jaine Cutter, Cutthroat, Cyber, Cyclone, Cyclops, Cypher, Mini-Entries (Centennial, OZ Chase, Collective Intelligence, Colossus (super-computer), Colossus (Vegan), Conquistador, Crazy Eight (Shappe), Crimson Mage, Crusher), Dagger, Daily Bugle, Danger, Daredevil, Dark Angel, Dark Beast, Dark Gods, Dark Riders, Dark-Crawler, Darkdevil, Darkhold Redeemers, Darkstar, Days of Future Past, Dazzler (Worthington), Dazzler (Blaire), D’Bari, Dead Girl, Deadly Dozen, Deadly Ernest, Deadpool, Karolina Dean, Death, Deathcry, Deathlok (Manning), Deathlok (Collins), Deathlok (Truman and Young), Death’s Head (FPA), Death’s Head (Minion), Deathwatch, Deathweb, Decibel, Defenders, Delinquent, Deltites, Demogoblin, Demolition Man, Demon-Fire, Desak, Desert Sword, Destiny (Adler), Destiny (Desine), Destroyer (Marlow/Aubrey), Deviants, Devil-Slayer, Devlor, Devos the Devastator, 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, DP7, 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, Holly-Ann Ember, 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, Fallen One, Fantastic Five (Spider-Man), Fantastic Force, Fantastic Four, Fantomex, Father Time, Fathom Five, Femme Fatales, Feron, Fight-Man, Fin, Fin Fang Foom, Firebird, Firelord, Firestar, First Line, Richard Fisk, Vanessa Fisk, Fixer, Flag-Smasher, Fly, Flying Dutchman’s Ghost, Folding Circle, Followers of the Light, 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, Fusion (Fusser twins)), Gabriel the Air-Walker, Gabriel the Devil-Hunter, Gaea, Galactic Guardians, Galactus, Galaxy Master, Gambit, Gamora, Ganymede, Gargoyle (Christians), John Garrett, Gatherers, Geist, Genesis, Genosha, Geshem, Ghost Rider (Blaze), Gibbon, Gladiator (Potter), Gladiators, Glob, Glorian, Gnobians, Ma Gnucci, Golem, Goliath (Foster), Goodman Lieber Kurtzberg and Book, Gorgon (Shishido), Gorilla-Man, Grand Director, Glory Grant, Gravity, Great Game, Great Lakes Initiative, Grey Gargoyle, Grim Reaper, Guardian, Guardians of the Galaxy
Volume 5 (October 2008): Henry Gyrich, Mini-Entries (Gamecock, Gargantus, Gargoyle (Topolov), Generic Super-Hero, Gnome and Dragorr), Cockroach Hamilton, Hammerhead, Hand, Hangman, Harrier, Jonas Harrow, Hate-Monger (Hitler clone), Havok, Hawkeye (Bishop), Molly Hayes, Hellbent, Hellcat, Hellfire Club, Hellion, Hellions (Hellfire Club trainees), Hellions (Emplate’s), Hellions (King Bedlam’s), Hellions (Xavier Institute’s), Hellstorm, Hepzibah, HERBIE, Hercules, Hercules of the 24th Century, Here Comes Tomorrow, Heroes for Hire (Power Man and Iron Fist), Heroes for Hire (Oracle Inc), High Evolutionary, Hindsight, Hobgoblin (Kingsley), Crusher Hogan, Hollow, Holocaust, Home Base, Hood, Howard the Duck, Howling Commandos (Sgt. Fury’s), Howling Commandos (SHIELD), Heather Hudson, Hulk, Hulkbusters, Hulkling, Human Torch (Hammond), Human Torch (Storm), Humbug, Humus Sapien, Huntara, Hurricane (Potter), Husk, Hybrid (Marks), Hybrid (Washington), Hydra, Hydro-Man, H’ylthri, Hyperion (Earth-712), Hyperion (Construct), Hyperion (Earth-4023), Mini-Entries (Helix, Hellcow, Helleyes, Hidden Man, Hurricane (Kane), Hyperion (Zhib-Ran), Hypno-Hustler), Icarus, Iceman, Immortalis, Immortus, Imperial Guard, Infinity, Infinity Watch, Inhumans, Shola Inkosi, Invaders, Invisible Woman, Iron Fist, Iron Lad, Iron Man, Isbisa, Mini-Entries (Infinites, Iron Mask, Ixar), J2, Jack Flag, Jack Frost, Jack of Hearts, Jack O’Lantern (Levins), Jack the Ripper, Jackal
Volume 6 (December 2008): Harald Jaekelsson, John Jameson, J. Jonah Jameson, Janus, Jarella, Edwin Jarvis, Mad Jim Jaspers, Madison Jeffries, Jester (Powers), Jigsaw, Jocasta, Jolt, Jessica Jones, Ricardo Jones, Rick Jones, Joystick, Jubilee, Judge, Juggernaut, Jury, Justice (Astrovik), Justice (Tensen), Mini-Entries (Junior Juniper), Kaine, Jennifer Kale, Kane, Kang, Kangaroo, Karma, Ka-Zar the Great, Senator Robert Kelly, Dan Ketch, Kid Omega, Killmonger, Killpower, Killraven, Hannibal King, Kingpin, Kismet, Kitty’s Fairy Tale, Klaatu, Misty Knight, Knights of Pendragon, Korath the Pursuer, Korrek, Korvac, John Kowalski, Kraven the Hunter, Alyosha Kravinoff, Kree, Kurrgo, Kylun, Mini-Entries (Khaos, Kulla), Lacuna, Lady Daemon, Lady Deathstrike, Lady Liberators, Larval Earth (Spider-Ham), Last Avengers Story, Marie Laveau, Leader, Legion of Night, Legion of the Unliving, Lethal Legion, Liberty Legion, Lilith (Mother of Demons), Lilith (Daughter of Dracula), Lionheart, Livewires, Living Brain, Living Erasers, Living Lightning, Living Mummy, Living Tribunal, Lizard, Lockdown, Lockheed, Locust, Loki, Longshot, Looter, Lunatik (Arisen Tyrk), Luphomoids, Lynx, Mini-Entries (Living Diamond, Lois London, Lords of the Living Lightning), M, Gideon Mace, MACH-4, Machine Man, Machine Teen, Machinesmith, Moira MacTaggert, Mad Jack, Mad Thinker, Madame Masque, Madame Web, Madman, Madripoor, Maelstrom
Volume 7 (March 2009): Maestro, Magdalene, Maggott, Magik (Rasputin), Magik (Rasputin of Earth-4210), Magma (Aquilla), Magneto, Moses Magnum, Magnus (Earth-27), Magus, Mahkizmo, Major Mapleleaf, Makkari, Malice, Man-Beast, Man-Killer, Man-Thing, Victor Mancha, Mandarin, Mandarin (Temujin), Mandrill, Mangaverse, Marduk, Margali of the Winding Way, Man-Mountain Marko, Marrow, Martian Masters, Marvel Boy (Grayson), Marvel Boy (Noh-Varr), Marvel Girl, Marvel Knights, Louise Mason, Masque, Master of the World, Master Khan, Mastermind (Computer), Mastermind (Wyngarde), Masters of Evil, Alicia Masters, Matador, Mauvais, Maverick (Nord), Maverick (Bradley), MC2, Medusa, Meggan, Mentallo, Mephista, Mephisto, Mercury, Mercy, Merlin Demonspawn, Merlyn, Metal Master, Microchip, Micromax, Microverse, Midnight, Midnight Sons, Midnight Sun, Layla Miller, Millie the Model, Mimic, Mimic (Earth-12), Mindworm, Nico Minoru, Miss America, Missing Link, Mister Fantastic, Mister Fear (Cranston), Mister Fear (Fagan), Mister Hyde, Mister Kline, Mister Sensitive, Mister Sinister, Mister X, Mistress Love, Mockingbird, MODOK, Mogul of the Mystic Mountain, Mojo, Mole Man, Molecule Man, Mondo, Moon Knight, Moondragon, Moonstar, Moonstone, Morbius, Morg, Morgan Le Fey, Morlocks, Morlun, Morph (Earth-1081), Motormouth, Alyssa Moy-Castle
Volume 8 (May 2009): Multiple Man, Mutant X-Verse, Mys-Tech, Mysterio (Beck), Mysterio (Berkhart), Mysterium, Mystique, Mini-Entries (Mad Pharaoh, Madame Macabre, Madame X, Magician, Manphibian, Marvel (KalAOL), Master Hate, Mechano, Mekano, Microbe, Mister Fear (Drago), Mister Rasputin, Mister Zodiac, Modulus, Morwen), Namor, Namora, Namora (Earth-2189), Namorita, Nasty Boys, Native, Nebula, Necromon, Nekra, Foggy Nelson, Nemesis, New Men, New Mutants (Xavier’s School), New Mutants (Xavier Institute), New Son, New Universe, New Warriors (Dwayne Taylor’s), N’Garai, Night Nurse, Night Raven, Night Thrasher (Dwayne Taylor), Night Thrasher (Donyell Taylor), Nightcrawler, Nighthawk, Nightmare, Nightmask, Nocturne, Nomad (Monroe), Dakota North, Northstar, Red Norvell, Nosferata, Nova (Rider), Nova (Raye), Nova Omega, Nuke (Simpson), Number Nine, Mini-Entries (Nebulos), Oblivion, Odin, Ogre, Ogun, Olivier, Omega the Unknown, Omega Core, Omega Red, Omega Sentinel, Onslaught, Ord, Origin, Harry Osborn, Liz Osborn, Norman Osborn, Other-Earth, Outlaw Kid, Over-Mind, Owl, Mini-Entries (Old Lace, Organizer, Overlord), Pacific Overlords, Karen Page, Paibok, Painter of 1000 Perils, Pantheon, Ben Parker, May Parker, Patriot (Mace), Patriot (Bradley), Penance (Baldwin), Phantom Rider, Phat, Phoenix (Grey), Phoenix Force
Volume 9 (July 2009): Photon (Genis-Vell), Phyla-Vell, Piranha, Pixie, Plantman, Plodex, Polaris, Powderkeg, Power Pack, Presence, Prester John, Priapus, Pride, Prime Mover, Prodigy, Proemial Gods, Professor X, Promise, Prosh, Proteus, Protocide, Prowler, Kitty Pryde, Psi-Force, Psionex, Psycho-Man, Psyklop, Psylocke, Puck (Yu), Puma, Punisher, Puppet Master, Purple Man, Pyro, Mini-Entries (Phantazia, Phantom, Possessors, Praxagora, Preak, Protector), Quasar (Vaughn), Queen, Quicksilver, Quoi, Radioactive Man, Rage, Ramades, Monica Rambeau, Monica Rappaccini, Ravenous, Rawhide Kid, Razorback, Razor-Fist, Reavers, Red Ghost, Red Queen, Red Raven, Red Shift, Red Skull (Schmidt), Red Skull (Malik), Red Wolf (Talltrees), Redeemers, Reigning, Ben Reilly, Cecilia Reyes, Rhino, Franklin Richards, Nathaniel Richards, Valeria Richards, Rictor, Ringer (Davis), Ringo Kid, Riot Squad, Ripcord, Risque, Joe Robertson, Rocket Raccoon, Rocket Racer, Rockslide, Rogue, Roma, Ronan the Accuser, Ronin (Barton), Betty Ross, Thunderbolt Ross, Roughhouse, Roxxon, Royalist Forces of America, Runaways, Russian, General Ryker, Mini-Entries (Rabble Rouser, Radius, Replicus, R’kin), Sabra, Sabretooth, Sabretooth (Earth-295), Sage
Volume 10 (September 2009): Salome, Sandman, Santerians, Sasquatch, Satana, Satannish, Saturnyne, Sat-Yr9, Saurians, Sauron, Savage Land, Scarecrow, Scarlet Centurion (Richards), Scarlet Centurion (Kang), Scarlet Witch, Scorpion (Black), Scourge of the Underworld, Nicholas Scratch, James Scully, Secret Empire, Amanda Sefton, Sentinels, Sentry (Reynolds), Serpent Society, Sersi, Juston Seyfert, Shadow King, Shadowline, Shadowoman, Shamrock, Shang-Chi, Shanna the She-Devil, Shanzar, Shathra, Shatterstar, She-Hulk, Shi’ar Death Commandos, SHIELD, Shocker, Shockwave, Shuma-Gorath, Silhouette, Sammy Silke, Silver Dagger, Silver Fox, Silver Sable, Silver Samurai, Silver Scorpion, Silver Surfer, Silverclaw, Sin, Sinister Six, Siryn, Six Pack, Skein, Skids, Skin, Skreet, Skrulls, Slaymaster, Slingers, Slug, Joe Smith, Tabitha Smith, Snarks, Snowbird, Songbird, Sons of the Serpent, Sons of the Tiger, Southpaw, Space Parasite, Spaceknights
Volume 11 (November 2009): Speed Demon, Spellbinders, Sphinx, Spider Society, Spider-Girl, Spider-Ham, Spider-Man, Spider-Mobile, Spider-Slayers, Spider-Woman (Drew), Spider-Woman (Franklin), Spider-Woman (Witter), Spindrifter, Spiral, Spirit, Spirit of ’76, Spirits of Vengeance, Spitfire, Spot, Squadron Sinister, Squadron Supreme, Squirrel Girl, Gabriel and Sarah Stacy, George Stacy, Gwen Stacy, Stained Glass Scarlet, Fabian Stankowicz, Star Thief (Bauman), Starblasters, Stardust, Starfox, Stark Tower, Star-Lord (Quill), Starlord (Quarrel), Stature, Steel Raven, Steel Serpent (Davos), Steel Spider, Stegron, Stellaris, Stepford Cuckoos, Stick, Stilt-Man, Oliver Stoker, Storm, Chili Storm, Victor Strange, Stunt-Master, Micah Synn, Mini-Entries (Salo, Sandu, Schizoid Man, Shade, Sky-Walker, Slitherogue, Sorcerer (Murdstone), Sorcerer (East), Squid-Boy, Star-Thief (Pterigil), Steel Serpent (unrevealed), Stratosfire, Sun-Stealer, Supremus), Tagak the Leopard Lord, Talos the Untamed, Tana Nile, Tempest (Salvadore), Terrax the Tamer, Terrible Trio
Volume 12 (January 2010): Thermal Man, They Who Wield Power, Tumbler, Tunnelworld, Elianne Turac, Mini-Entries (Tara, Tazza, Thundersword, Time-Master, El Toro, Trago, Triumvirate of Terror), Sharon Ventura, Victorius, Virago
Volume 13 (March 2010): Mini-Entries (Vulture (Drago)), War Machine, Wraith, Mini-Entries (War (Gazer), Warlord Wrogg, Wobbows, Wrecker (Kort), Wrecker (Smith)), Xorr the God-Jewel, Gertrude Yorkes, Zaniac
Volume 14 (May 2010): Zarek, Zxaxz, Mini-Entries (Professor Zaxton, Zemu, Zom, Zota)

After two decades, the universe keeps expanding! I’m finally glad Longshot, Rocket Raccoon, and Scourge all got profiles. Well, that’s a wrap for me. We’ve got one more decade to cover: the Awesome 90s, where Marvel gets even bigger that ever. And later this month, we’re covering the remaining S characters and a whole lot of T’s in the All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z #11. We might get a chance to see Stranger, the Subterraneans, Sunder, Sunspot, the Super-Adaptoid, Super-Skrull, Supreme Intelligence, Surtur, Talisman, Tarantula, Taskmaster, Tatterdemalion, Terminus, Texas Twister, Thanos, Thena, Tom Thumb, Thunderbolt, the Thunderiders, Tiger Shark, Tinkerer, Titan, Titania (either of them), Titanium Man, Toad, Tomorrow Man, Torpedo, Tower, Trapster, and Triton in the pages if we’re lucky. Until then, catch you on the flip side!!!