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Have we got a treat for you? We are going to cover the All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z #11, released in November of 2006. This comic features a lot of your favorite characters from Stranger to Ultimo (we covered Tara last month, but that was just a half-pager). Once again, the characters are covered by three categories:

1. Those who did not have a chance to appear in Deluxe Edition, but now are lucky to make the cut (including William Stryker)
2. Those who have actually appeared in Deluxe Edition and are warranted to receive another entry due to his or her prominence (including Stranger)
3. Those who have never appeared in a handbook and are new to Handbook fans’ systems (including Sublime)

So far, we’ve covered Abraxas, Abyss, Achebe, Acolytes, Aegis, Aged Genghis, Agent (Mason), Agent X, Ahab, Akhenaten, Albert and Elsie Dee, Albion, Alkhema, Alpha the Ultimate Mutant, Americop, Amphibion, Amun, Anachronauts, Anarchist, Angel (Salvadore), Animus, Anti-Cap, Apache Kid, Arabian Knight, Arides, Arranger, Arsenal, Arsenic and Old Lace, Asbestos Lady, Ashcan, Atlantis, Atlas, Atleza, Aurora, Authority, Avengers (MC2), Awesome Andy, Axis Mundi, Axum, Ba’al, Bad Girls Inc., Sunset Bain, Band of the Bland, Bandit, Banshee, Baron Mordo, Baron Strucker, Baron Zemo (Helmut), Baroness, Bastion, Batwing, Benny Beckley, Bedlam, Berserker, Beta Ray Bill, Big Wheel, Black Box, Black Dragon, Black Widow (Voyant), Blaquesmith, Blindspot, Blizzard, Blob, Bloodwraith, Bogatyri, Bogeyman, Alexander Bont, Boom Boom, Bella Donna Boudreaux, Bounty, Brood, Bruiser, B-Sides, Bug, John Bushmaster, Buzz, Cagliostro, Caliban, Callisto, Calypso, Captain UK, Captain Ultra, Captain Universe, Caretakers, Black Tom Cassidy, Celestials, Centennial, Centurious, Cerebra/Cerebro, Cerise, Challenger, Chamber, Lila Cheney, China Force, Code: Blue, Kasper Cole, Collective Man, Collector, Contingency, Copperhead, Copycat, Cosmic Cube, Council of Godheads, Crazy Eight (Shappe), The Crazy Eight, Crimson Cowl, Crimson Dynamo (Gavrilov), Jaine Cutter, Cyclone, Dark Gods, Dark Riders, Darkdevil, Darkhold Redeemers, Darkstar, Daughters of the Dragon, Dazzler (Worthington), D’Bari, Dead Girl, Death, Deathcry, Deathlok (Manning), Deathlok (Truman and Young), Death’s Head (FPA), Death’s Head (Minion), Deathweb, Debrii, Deluge, Demogoblin, Demolition Man, Desak, Desert Sword, Deviants, Devil-Slayer, Devlor, Diamond Lil, Diamondback, Diamondhead, Dimension of Manifestations, Doctor Doom’s Generals, Doctor Nemesis, Dominic Fortune, Doomsday Man, Doop, Dormammu, Damon Dran, Drax the Destroyer, Ethan Edwards, Ego, 8-Ball, Elements of Doom, Elf with a Gun, Elysius, Emplate, Epoch, Equinox, Ereshkigal, Eric the Red, Eternal Brain, Eternals, Eterntiy, Euro-Trash, Exemplars, Fallen One (Champion of the Universe), Father Time, Fathom Five, Femme Fatales, Feron, Fight-Man, Richard Fisk, Fixer, Flag-Smasher, Flying Dutchman’s Ghost, Folding Circle, Force Four, Forge, Don Fortunato, Free Spirit, Frog-Man, Deacon Frost, Fury, Galactic Guardians, Gamecock, Ganymede, Gargoyle (Christians), John Garrett, Gazer, Geist, Geshem, Gibbon, Glob, Gnobians, Ma Gnucci, Goliath (Foster), Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg, and Holliway, Gorgon (Shishido), Gorilla-Man, Grandmaster, Gravity, Great Game, Guardian, Cockroach Hamilton, Harrier, Jonas Harrow, Hate-Monger, Hawkeye (Bishop), Helix, Hellbent, Helleyes, Hellions, HERBIE, High Evolutionary, Hindsight, Hood, Howard the Duck, Hulkling, Humbug, Humus Sapien, Huntara, Hurricane (Potter), Hybrid (Marks), Hybrid (Washington), Hydra, H’ylthri, Hyperion, Immortus, Infinites, Infinity, Shola Inkosi, Iron Lad, J2, Jack Flag, Jack O’Lantern, Harald Jaekelsson, Mad Jim Jaspers, Madison Jeffries, Jester, Joystick, Judge, Jury, Justice (Tensen), Kane, Kangaroo, Ka-Zar the Great, Ka-Zar the Savage, Senator Robert Kelly, Khaos, Erik Killmonger, Killpower, Kismet, Klaatu, Korvac, Alyosha Kravinoff, Kree, Kylun, Lacuna, Livewires, Living Erasers, Living Tribunal, Lockdown, Locust, Loki, Looter, Luphomoids, Lynx, M, Gideon Mace, MACH-4, Machine Man, Machine Teen, Machinesmith, Mad Jack, Mad Thinker, Madame Masque, Maelstrom, Magdalene, Moses Magnum, Magus, Major Mapleleaf, Malice, Man-Beast, Man-Killer, Victor Mancha, Mandarin, Mandarin (Temujin), Marduk, Margali of the Winding Way, Man-Mountain Marko, Marrow, Marvel (KalAOL), Marvel Boy (Noh-Varr), Masque, Master Hate, Master Khan, Master of the World, Mastermind (Braddock Manor computer), Mastermind (Martinique Wyngarde), Alicia Masters, Maverick (Bradley), Mephista, Mercy, Merlin Demonspawn, Merlyn, Metal Master, Microbe, Micromax, Microverse, Midnight, Midnight Sun, Layla Miller, Mimic, Mister Sensitive, Mister Sinister, Mistress Love, MODOK, Modulus, Mojo, Mondo, Morg, Morlocks, Morwen, Motormouth, Ms. Marvel (Ventura), Mysterium, Nasty Boys, Nebula, Nekra, New Men, New Son, N’Garai, Night Nurse, Night Raven, Night Thrasher, Nighthawk, Red Norvell, Nosferata, Nova (Rider), Nova Omega, Number Nine, Oblivion, Ogre, Olivier, Onslaught, Origin, Outlaw Kid, Over-Mind, Pacific Overlords, Paibok, Patriot (Bradley), Penance, Phantom Rider, Phat, Photon (Genis-Vell), Phyla, Piranha, Pixie, Plantman, Plodex, Powderkeg, Presence, Prester John, Priapus, Pride, Promise, Prosh, Proteus, Protocide, Prowler, Psionex, Puma, Puppet Master, Quicksilver, Quoi, Radioactive Man, Radius, Monica Rappaccini, Rawhide Kid, Razorback, Red Ghost, Red Queen, Red Wolf, Redeemers, Cecilia Reyes, Nathaniel Richards, Rictor, Ringer, Risque, Rocket Racer, Ronan the Accuser, Roxxon, Russian, Sabra, Salome, Santerians, Sasquatch, Saturnyne, Sat-Yr9, Saurians, S’Byll, Scarlet Centurion (Kang), Scorpion (Black), Nicholas Scratch, James Scully, Secret Empire, Sentinels, Sentry (Reynolds), Juston Seyfert, Shade, Shadow King, Shadowoman, Shamrock, Shanzar, Karima Shapandar, Shatterstar, Shi’ar Death Commandos, SHIELD, Silhouette, Silver Dagger, Sin, Siryn, Six Pack, Skein, Skids, Slaymaster, Slingers, Snarks, Sons of the Serpent, Southpaw, Spaceknights, Speed Demon, Speedball, Spellbinders, Sphinx, Spider Society, Spider-Woman (Franklin), Spider-Woman (Witter), Spiral, Spirits of Vengeance, Spot, Squadron Sinister, Squid-Boy, Stacy X, Stained Glass Scarlet, Fabian Stankowicz, Starblasters, Star-Lord (Quill), Starlord (Quarrel), Stature, Steel Raven, Steel Serpent (Davos), Steel Spider, Stegron, Oliver Stoker, Victor Strange, and Tara and we’re on the home stretch, with more characters ranging from Stranger to the letter Z. They will be joining the large amount of characters as part of the pantheon of 2006 entries. But before we go any further, we’re going to cover everyone who has appeared in a 2004-2005 handbook:

From Avengers 2004:
+Thor (Thor Odinson): the Norse God of Thunder and one of Marvel’s mightiest heroes. He was a former member of the Avengers, Thor Corps, and the Gods of Asgard and often had many aliases, including Donald Blake, Sigurd Jarlson, Eric Masterson, and Jake Olson. His favorite weapon was a magical hammer called Mjolnir, which can summon various storm elements, such as rain, wind, thunder, and lightning. In addition, he was super strong and could fly at long distances. During Avengers Disassembled, Ragnarok occurred and Thor, along with the other Asgardians, seemingly perished in the Ragnarok. Whether he will return is unknown. First appearance: Journey into Mystery #83 (August 1962). Possible final appearance: Thor #85 (December 2004). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11, Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #13, and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #14.
+Tigra (Greer Grant Nelson): former member of the Avengers (both East and West). Formerly known as the Cat, she was turned into a were-cat in order to outlive death. She is adept in climbing and leaping and can sense subtle changes in peoples’ bodies, as well as sport a tail. If she wants to be Greer Nelson again, she can touch the cat’s head amulet on her costume. She now fights alongside Iron Man during the Civil War, along with her old teammates She-Hulk, Wonder Man, Wasp, Mister Fantastic, and Yellowjacket, among others. First appearance: (as the Cat) The Cat #1 (November 1972); (as Tigra) Giant-Size Creatures #1 (July 1974). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11, Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #13, and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #34 and was mentioned as the Cat in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #3.

From Hulk 2004:
+Glenn Talbot: Hulk foe and former husband of Betty Ross. A major (and later colonel) of the US Air Force, he was a trusted ally of General Thunderbolt Ross and had a mission to hunt the Hulk. A master strategist, he had access to troops, vehicles, and weapons. One of his prized weapons is the War Wagon, a ship containing complex artificial intelligence, sonic pulse emitters, electrical charges, and missiles and bombs. After divorcing Betty, he fought the Hulk using his War Wagon and the machine, Talbot in it, was covered with lava and it exploded, with Talbot in it. His nephew Matt also fought the Hulk, but was unsuccessful like his uncle. First appearance: Tales to Astonish #61 (November 1964). Final appearance: Incredible Hulk #260 (June 1981). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #20.
+Troyjans: enemies of the Hulk and Silver Surfer. Hailing from the Troyjan Empire, they are an alien race of warriors who are skeptical of visitors and share some border with the Shi’ar. Among the members are Trauma (Trow-Mah), Armageddon (Arm’chedon), and Vitto. Possessing super-strength, they also use various weapons for offense and defense. After the Hulk killed Trauma, Armageddon fled Earth, but pledged to avenge his son’s demise. First appearance: Incredible Hulk #394 (June 1992).
+Tyrannus (Romulus Augustulus): enemy of Hulk, the Avengers, and the original X-Men. Born in Italy, he is a would-be world conqueror and the emperor of the Tyrannoid Subterraneans. Possessing psychic powers, he can control the minds of others and communicate by using telepathy. He can also master alchemy and is a superb hand-to-hand combatant and swordsman. During a battle with the Hulk, he was betrayed by his loyal subjects and imprisoned and Archer Leopold took over as the new leader. First appearance: Incredible Hulk #5 (January 1963). 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 #13 and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #8.
+U-Foes: enemies of the Hulk, the Avengers, and the Fantastic Four. In an origin similar to the Fantastic Four, four criminals took a rocket, only to find themselves victims of cosmic radiation. Seconds later, they became Vector (Simon Utrecht), Vapor (Ann Darnell), X-Ray (Jimmy Darnell), and Ironclad (Mike Steel). Vector can repel any and all matter, Vapor can turn herself into vapor, X-Ray can command and project radiation, and Ironclad is a super-strong, metallic strongman. They now serve as members of the Thunderbolts army. First appearance: Incredible Hulk #254 (December 1980). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11 and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #13.

From Daredevil 2004:
+Turk (Turk Barrett): Daredevil foe. He was a member of the Thunderbolts gang (which almost included the original Thunderbolt Bill Carver) and at one time was a MAULER (in between Aaron Soames and Brendan Doyle). Although he is not blessed with superpowers, he is handy with a gun or a knife. He normally suffers from vitiligo, in which his skin pigmentation gets lighter than usual. He now works on the side of the Kingpin. First appearance: Daredevil #69 (October 1970).
+Typhoid (Mary Walker): Daredevil foe. Sometimes called Typhoid Mary, she once hired Ammo, Bullet, Bushwacker, and the Wildboys (all foes of Daredevil) to batter Daredevil, but leave him alive in order for her to finish him off. Suffering from Dissociative Identity Disorder, she has many personalities who constantly struggle for dominance over one another. Whether she is innocent, lusty, misandric, rational, capable, or violent, she wields machetes and smaller knives. Most recently, she was one of 42 criminals to escape the Raft and fight the New Avengers. First appearance: Daredevil #254 (May 1988). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update ’87 #7 and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #1.

From Wolverine 2004:
+Matsuo Tsurayaba: enemy of Wolverine and Psylocke. Hailing from Japan, he is a member of the Hand and Yakuza. He is a superb martial artist and swordsman and wears a suit of armor that gavehim super strength. Other weapons include laser pistols, energy swords, and prosthetic finger blades. Most recently, he tried to commit suicide, but was interrupted by Wolverine. First appearance: Uncanny X-Men #255 (Late December 1989).

From Book of the Dead 2004:
+Swordsman (Jacques Duquesne): enemy, and later member, of the Avengers. A native of Sin-Cong, he was a member of Mandarin’s Minions, Batroc’s Brigade, the Emissaries of Evil (the ones who fought the first Alpha Flight), the first Lethal Legion, and three Legions of the Unliving, as well as the longtime partner of Power Man (now Atlas). A virtuoso swordsman and knife-throwing, he was a master combatant, acrobat, and strategist, and often used a sword for a weapon. The sword could shoot a concussive force beam, a disintegrating ray, flame jet, heat rays, electrical bolts, ultra-sonic shockwaves, and nerve gas. He sacrificed his life to save the Mantis from being killed by Kang. He was the first Avenger to die in the line of duty. First appearance: Avengers #19 (August 1965). Final appearance: Giant-Size Avengers #2 (November 1974). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11 and has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #14, Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #20, and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #21.
+Synch (Everett Thomas): former member of Generation X. Born in St. Louis, he helped Banshee, Emma Frost, Jubilee, Husk, Skin, and M form Generation X after helping them and Sabretooth battle the Phalanx. He had a rainbow-like aura that allowed him to be “in sync” with fellow mutants nearby. The aura was used as light appearing around his body while he was in battle. Sadly, he was killed in a bomb explosion when bombs were planted around the Massachusetts Academy. First appearance: X-Men #36 (September 1994). Final appearance: Generation X #70 (December 2000).
+Thor: see Avengers 2004.
+Thunderbird (John Proudstar): former member of the X-Men. An Apache warrior from Arizona and a former Marine, he was a hothead, alongside Wolverine. He had super strength and was a vigorous athlete after fighting a bison. He also had dense skin, as well as a leathery epidermis and oversized lungs. Not heeding Banshee’s warning, he was killed in a plane crash during a battle with Count Nefaria. A few years later, his teammate Banshee joined him in heaven. He is survived by a brother, who later became Thunderbird. First appearance: Giant-Size X-Men #1 (May 1975). Final appearance: The All-New, All-Different X-Men #95 (October 1975). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12 and has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #14, Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #20, and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #3.
+Thunderstrike (Eric Masterson): former member of the Avengers and the Thor Corps. Formerly a substitute Thor, he later became his own hero after the legendary Norse god returned. His weapon of choice was a mace he called Thunderstrike (possibly how he got the name), which could summon lightning, teleport, and absorb and release energy blasts. He also had super strength and could create ice, fire, and magnetic waves from his mace. After destroying the Executioner’s axe (after he was possessed by Bloodaxe), he was killed in the impact of the battle. First appearance: (as Masterson) Thor #391 (May 1988); (as Thor) Thor #432 (May 1991); (as Thunderstrike) Thunderstrike #1 (June 1993). Final appearance: Thunderstrike #24 (September 1995). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #21 (as Thor II) and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #35.
+U-Go Girl (Edith Constance Sawyer): former member of the X-Force (later called the X-Statix). She helped Anarchist, Dead Girl, Doop, Mister Sensitive, Phat, and Vivisector form the new X-Force and even fell in love with Mister Sensitive. Sporting pale blue skin, she was able to teleport, which would later reduce her to a narcoleptic state, which she is required to rest. In order to counterattack the drowsiness, she took stimulants to keep her awake after teleporting, but if she overused it, this caused her to misjudge distances. She was killed by a group of genetically altered humans called the Bush Rangers. First appearance: X-Force #116 (May 2001). Final appearance: X-Force #128 (July 2002).

From Golden Age 2004:
+Sun Girl (Mary Mitchell): former partner of the original Human Torch after Toro left the Torch. She was also close friends with Namora (Namor’s partner) and Golden Girl (Patriot’s partner) and had fought crime since the 1920s (or early). She was a superb acrobat and knew jiu-jitsu and judo. Her weapon of choice was “sunbeam ray” gun, which could create a bright blast of light. After Toro returned to the Torch, Sun Girl retired, though she did fight alongside the Patriot (the third Captain America) for a while. First appearance: Sun Girl #1 (August 1948).
+Super-Axis/Battle-Axis: enemies of the Invaders who work for the Axis powers. The team started out as Super-Axis and included Lady Lotus (from Japan), Master Man, Warrior Woman (both from Germany), U-Man (an Atlantean working for the Nazis), and Baron Blood (a Nazi agent from England). After the defeat, a new team called Battle-Axis was formed. The membership was led by Doctor Death and included the Spider Queen, Human Meteor, Skyshark, Strongman, and Volton. The members of Battle-Axis, with the exception of Doctor Death, surrendered to the Invaders. First appearance: (as Super-Axis) Invaders #40 (May 1979); (as Battle-Axis) Invaders #1 (May 1993). Super-Axis was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11.
+Terror (Laslo Pevely): one of Marvel’s forgotten golden age heroes. After finding Dr. John Storm being attacked by a mob to death during a thunderstorm, his face turned into a skull like visage. After the death of Storm, Pevely vowed to fight crime as the Terror. Like the Hulk, the Terror is triggered by his anger and gains strength and durability. Later on, he can change his appearance at will. In his later years, he was placed in a nursing home and later helped She-Hulk battle the Band of the Band in another dimension. While the others returned to their respective dimensions, Terror’s fate is unknown. First appearance: Mystic Comics #5 (March 1941).
+Thin Man (Bruce Dickson): former member of the Liberty Legion and close friend of Blue Diamond, Bucky, Jack Frost, Miss America, Patriot, Red Raven, and Whizzer. Like other golden age heroes, his M.O. was to fight crime and defeat the Nazis, although he earned his powers while he explored Mount Kalpurthia in the Himalayas. He is able to stretch and distort his body, moving it in other directions. He also has the ability to absorb impacts, including gunshots, by distorting his body. Later on, he learned to make his body slice through things like a blade. Still active to this day, he later joined the modern day Invaders, while mourning five of his close friends (one of which recently came back). First appearance: Mystic Comics #4 (June 1940). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12 and has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #6.
+3-D Man (Chuck Chandler): one of Marvel’s heroes from the 1950s, although he was introduced in the 70s. In an alternate reality, he was a member of the Avengers of the 1950s (alongside Marvel Boy, Venus, Gorilla-Man, and Human Robot) (remember What If? #9?). His strength, durability, and speed was three times more than an average hero or human being. He also has a telepathic link to the Skrull alien race, which made it able to detect them. Although retired, he helps fellow heroes in times of crisis, such as the Contest of Champions and the Kang War. First appearance: Marvel Premiere #35 (April 1977). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12 and has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #14 and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #17 (he is still inactive).
+Toro (Thomas Raymond): former sidekick of the original Human Torch. This teenage hero was a member of the Young Allies, the Invaders, the Kid Commandos, and the All-Winners Squad, and worked alongside Bucky. Like his mentor, he could turn his whole body into flame and fly. He was also able to create shapes from fire and was immune to the effects of fire and heat. Sadly, Toro was killed by the Mad Thinker, leaving behind a widow and the Torch himself. First appearance: Human Torch #2 (Fall 1940). Final appearance: Sub-Mariner #14 (June 1969). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12 and has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #14 and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #20.

From Women of Marvel 2005:
+Thor Girl (Tarene): a teenage girl who is a wannabe Thor. After sparring with Thor, she became a worthy ally of the legendary hero. Not only is she super strong, but she also wields a large golden hammer that can fire energy blasts, control weather, and allow her to fly. Using her hammer, she can turn herself from your typical teenager to her Asgardian attire. When last seen, she confronted Thor to wonder about the Norse God’s presence on Earth. First appearance: Thor #22 (April 2000).
+Topaz: ally of Doctor Strange, Werewolf, Jennifer Kale, and Satana (the latter two she joins as Witches). She is also the adopted daughter of Taboo, as well as the adopted granddaughter of Cagliostro. For no particular reason, she first looked like a white girl, but now looks like an Indian princess. A powerful mystic, she can drain hatred, fear, and evil out of others, or infuse living beams with life energy. She can also project psychic blasts to stun other people, maybe even a building. After destroying the Hellphyr, the Witches stood against Doctor Strange to prevent him from stealing the Tome of Zhered-Na. Her current whereabouts are unknown. First appearance: Werewolf by Night #13 (January 1974). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12 and has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update ’89 #7.

From Age of Apocalypse 2005:
+Sugar Man: X-Man foe. A refugee of the Age of Apocalypse, he battled Colossus, Shadowcat, and their charges in Generation Next. He has four arms and a head that is twice the size of his body and is able to control and manipulate his own mass, growing larger or smaller at will. He also has an elongated tongue for a weapon. After almost killing Dark Beast, he was killed by Callisto, but recently came back. First appearance: Generation Next #2 (April 1995).
+Sunfire (Shiro Yoshida): member of the X-Men. After Holocaust killed nearly the entire Japanese population, he was asked by Magneto to join the X-Men and fought alongside Rogue, Sabretooth, Wild Child, Morph, and Blink. Like his Earth-616 counterpart, he can generate and discharge solar powers and can fly. However, he must wear a contamination suit that looked like a skeleton. He still remains with the X-Men and recently fought Holocaust in Indiana. First appearance: Astonishing X-Men #1 (March 1995).
+Sunfire (Mariko Yashida): former member of the Exiles. Hailing from Earth-2109, she was also a member of the X-Men of that universe. She had the ability to change ionized matter (often air) into plasma and generate that plasma’s temperature up to 1,000,000 Fahrenheit, similar to the heat-pulse of a nuclear warhead detonation. She could also exhaust her power by using it for too long or a higher level, temporarily. During a battle with Mimic (when he was possessed by the Brood), a building crushed and killed Sunfire. She was buried on Earth-8545. First appearance: Exiles #2 (September 2001). Final appearance: Exiles #37 (January 2004).
+T-Bird (John Proudstar): founding member of the Exiles. Hailing from Earth-1100, he was a member of that universe’s X-Men and the Horsemen of Apocalypse. He has superhuman strength, durability, and senses, but lacks sense of taste. His body is covered in retractable body armor, often feeling like thick skin, which could be stronger than steel. After battling Galactus, he was lapsed in a coma and placed in the Timebreakers’ Crystal Palace for recuperation. First appearance: Exiles #1 (August 2001).
+Timebroker: the guy who brought the Exiles together. He serves as a guide to the mutants of Earth-616 and other dimensions. He is able to travel through quantum realities and take denizens from their appropriate timeline. He is also able to stop time to communicate with the Exiles. On one mission, Blink is skeptical about the Timebroker and she and the others are skeptical about his M.O. First appearance: Exiles #1 (August 2001).

From Spider-Man 2005:
+Mendel Stromm: Spider-Man foe. A former robotics engineer born in Vermont, he is also known as the Robot-Master and Gaunt. Among his best creations are an amoeboid robot, a destruction beam robot, an android version of himself, and some robot children. After almost dying of a heart attack, he created and employed a suit of armor, which includes a machine gun, blade, and gas dispenser. After begging Spider-Man to kill him after a fight (the hero refused to kill the villain), Stromm and his machine were sent into an infinty loop using a virus made by Shea Tinker. First appearance: Amazing Spider-Man #37 (June 1966).
+Flash Thompson (Eugene Thompson): rival, and later close friend, of Spider-Man. Whereas Spider-Man was famous for his intelligence, Thompson was famous for his good looks and brawns. Some sports he is famous for includes football and boxing. He also fought in the US Army and often used various guns. Right now, he is the care of Miss Arrow, Peter Parker’s school nurse after his old friend Peter Parker kicked a medicine ball in the head. First appearance: Amazing Fantasy #15 (August 1962). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update ’89 #7.
+Toxin (Pat Mulligan): ally of Spider-Man. Like his enemies Venom and Carnage, he was possessed by a symbiote while he was guarding a museum. He has the ability to stick to walls and make tendrils, instead of webbings, from which he can swing from building to building. He is also able to initiate elongated claws called snares from his costume like Carnage. He also fought King Cobra, Razor-Fist, and the Wrecking Crew, albeit losing his father. First appearance: Venom vs. Carnage #1 (September 2004).

From Teams 2005:
+Thunderbolts: a team of former supervillains who decide to be heroes after many of the respected heroes were missing after Onslaught. The original line-up was Baron Zemo (formerly known as Citizen V), Fixer (formerly known as Techno), MACH-4 (the former Beetle), Moonstone (formerly known as Meteorite), Songbird (the former Screaming Mimi), and Altas (the former Goliath). Later on, the team added Jolt, Hawkeye, Charcoal, Ogre, Vantage, Blackheath (the former Plantman), Cyclone, Harrier (the former Cardinal), Man-Killer (also known as Amazon), Skein (the former Gypsy Moth), and Cobalt Man (secretly Iron Man) to the team. After the team disbanded, a new Thunderbolts was formed, with old members MACH-4, Songbird, and Atlas adding newcomers Radioactive Man, Joystick, Photon (Genis-Vell), Blizzard, Speed Demon, Nighthawk, Smuggler, and Swordsman to their roster (eventually, Baron Zemo, Fixer, and Moonstone would return, and Bullseye, Jack O’Lantern, Jester, Lady Deathstrike, Taskmaster, and Venom were later added by SHIELD during the Civil War). A Thunderbolts army was recently created, using past foes Ajaxis of the Lava Men, Aqueduct (formerly Water Wizard), Batroc, three new Beetles, a new Blacklash, Boomerang, Bushmaster, Doctor Octopus, Eel, Killer Shrike, King Cobra, Mongoose, Overmind, Enforcers Ox and Snake Marston, a new Porcupine, Pretty Persuasions, Coronary, and Asylum (all three from Psionex), Quicksand, Rattler, Slyde, Smiling Tiger and Bloodstrike of the Folding Circle, Tatterdemalion, the U-Foes (Ironclad, Vapor, Vector, and X-Ray), Unicorn, Vermin, a female Whiplash, Whirlwind, Red Ronin, Texas Twister (already a superhero), Zaran, a new Death Adder, Machete, and Primus as agents. First appearance: Incredible Hulk #449 (January 1997).

From Fantastic Four 2005:
+Thing (Ben Grimm): longtime member of the Fantastic Four and the team’s hothead. He was also a member of the Yancy Street Gang, the Defenders, the staff of Project: PEGASUS, Thunderiders, the Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation, and the Avengers (both West and East) and the longtime boyfriend of Alicia Masters. He is famous for his super-strength and his rocky skin, as well as his New York-like slang. In addition to his super-strength, he is able to shift back and forth from his human form to his Thing form (during a few periods). At one point of his heroic character, he had to wear a helmet to cover his grotesque looks. While the Fantastic Four disbanded, the Thing moved to Paris, France and met les Heroes de Paris, his new allies. First appearance: Fantastic Four #1 (November 1961). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11, Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #13, and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #18.
+Uatu the Watcher: ally of the Fantastic Four and other heroes and uncle to the rebellious Aron the Rogue Watcher. A member of the alien races known as the Watchers, his purpose is to observe all universes. His many psionic abilities include telepathy, energy-manipulation, and illusion casting. He is also able to change his body into a form of unknown energy while still keeping his sentience for travel through hyperspace. One event he witnessed was the battle between Adam Warlock and his allies against Thanos. First appearance: Fantastic Four #13 (April 1963). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12 and has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #21.

From Secrets of the House of M:
+Toad: agent of SHIELD.

From Avengers 2005:
+Triathlon (Delroy Garrett Jr.): former member of the Avengers. A former Olympian athlete and medalist, he believed in the Triune Understanding before joining the Avengers (he was even an ally despite his membership with the Triune). He is famous for his speed, claiming he’s even faster than Quicksilver. He also has Tri-Force energy in his eyes that can glow red and green, which enables him to identify Skrulls. He was last seen battling an insane Scarlet Witch during the Disassembled Crisis. First appearance: Avengers #8 (September 1998).

From Ultimate Spider-Man/Ultimate Fantastic Four 2005:
+Thing (Ben Grimm): member of the Fantastic Four. During a spring break trip to Nevada during his college years, he and his friends witnessed a test of Reed’s teleportation device. As a result, Ben ended up in Mexico City and became a rocky, brute-like Thing. He possesses super strength and durability and is able to resist attack. He also has orange, granite-like skin, like his Earth-616 counterpart. Today, he and his friends in the Fantastic Four are fighting Gallowglass and Seed Nineteen during the Godwar. First appearance: Ultimate Fantastic Four #1 (February 2004).

From New X-Men Academy X Yearbook Special:
+Surge (Noriko Ashida): member of the New X-Men and New Mutants. Hailing from Japan, she befriended and fell in love with fellow New Mutant Prodigy. Her body can absorb any electricity source near her, such as static electricity. She wears gauntlets made by the Beast that can emit the electricity from her hands. With her absorbed energy at high levels, she is able to move, think, and speak at superhuman speeds. Unlike Prodigy, she is one of 198 mutants to keep her mutant powers after M-Day. First appearance: New Mutants #8 (January 2004).
+Tag (Brian Cruz): former member of the Hellions (Emma’s training squad) and the Xavier Institute student body. He hailed from Puerto Rico and was a close friend of Dust, Hellion, Mercury, Rockslide, and Wither. In battle, he used the “pariah effect,” which caused people to run away and avoid his target. Later on, he used mental powers to “tag” his victim. After losing his powers on M-Day, he was killed by the Purifiers along with 41 other depowered mutants. First appearance: New Mutants #10 (May 2004). Final appearance: New X-Men #24 (May 2006).

From Alternate Universes 2005:
+Supreme Power: also known as Earth-31916. This is the universe where the new Squadron Supreme are the main heroes. The group of heroes compromises Doctor Spectrum, Shape, Hyperion, Nuke, Zarda, Blur, a female Amphibian, Inertia, Arcanna, Tom Thumb, and Nighthawk. Prominent villains include Redstone and Whiteface. Consider this to be a more mature version of our favorite homage to the JLA. First appearance: Supreme Power #1 (January 2003).
+Thundra: ally of Fantastic Four and one of Marvel’s feminist heroes. Hailing from the United Sisterhood Republic of Earth-715, she was once a member of the Frightful Four and Nth Command and is the consort of Arkon (as well as a descendant of Superia). Besides her super strength, she uses a heavy chain for her weapon, which can also be used as a belt. She also contains access to time and dimensional travel using the Sisterhood’s chronogates and D-Belts, and Polemachus’ cross-dimensional “lightning bolts.” She currently rules Polemachus alongside her lover Arkon. First appearance: Fantastic Four #129 (December 1972). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11, Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #13, and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #13.

From Horror 2005:
+Straw Man: former member of the Fear Lords. He is a magical entity who was once known as the Scarecrow (without the villain knowing that he stole his moniker) and is an occasional ally of the Thing, Daredevil, Doctor Strange, and Clea. He is able to abandon his dimension by creating scarecrow-like “grain-stalk clones” for himself. Apart from his hideous laughter (which can cause fear if you’re hearing him laugh), he can also animate plant life, manipulate crows and the weather, and create spatial or dimensional warps. He currently owns a horror network called HTV and helped Doctor Strange battle D’Spayre. He currently watches over humanity from his extradimsional home. First appearance: Dead of Night #11 (August 1975). Was mentioned as Scarecrow in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #10.
+Terror: one of Shadowline’s most respective heroes. He is also known as Terror Inc. and runs a business after him. He is able to replace his body parts with parts from other animals and demons, be it living or dead (mostly human). Sometimes, he can add other body parts, including wings, fangs, or a tail. Sometimes his body parts can decay and must replace them if they are decayed. He left the Shadowline’s universe and later settled on Earth-616, helping heroes like Daredevil and the Punisher. First appearance: St. George #2 (August 1988). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #28.
+Thog: enemy of Howard the Duck, Jennifer Kale, Korrek, and the Defenders. Often called the Nether-Spawn, he is a member of the Hell-Lords and a powerful demon. He has the ability to emit flame or mystic energy. In addition, he can open interdimensional portals and is a super swordsman. He was last seen fighting Magik (Amanda Sefton) and a mystical creature. First appearance: (Adventures into) Fear #11 (December 1972). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12.

From X-Men 2005:
+Sunfire (Shiro Yoshida): one of Japan’s most honorable heroes. He served as a member of the X-Men, the Pacific Overlords, and the Big Hero 6, although he did clash with heroes like Captain America, Sub-Mariner, Iron Man, Daredevil, Darkstar, and the Australian Talisman. He has the ability to ionize matter to employ superheated plasma of 1,000,000% Fahrenheit and usually generates it as blasts from his hands. Likewise, he can fly and can create super-heated air currents behind him. He now works as an agent of Apocalypse, but there still is a change that he can rejoin the X-Men. First appearance: The X-Men #64 (January 1970). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11, Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #12, and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #34.

From Ultimate X-Men/Ultimates 2005:
+Thor (Thorlief Golmen): member of the Asgardian race and the Ultimates. As Golmen, he is a psychiatric nurse who has a brother named Gunnar, who is secretly Loki. He has super strength and is resistant to injury. His faithful weapon is Mjolnir, a magic hammer, which can enable flight and weather control. He is now in a relationship with Valkyrie. First appearance: Ultimates #4 (June 2002).

From New Avengers: Most Wanted Files:
+Tiger Shark: we’ll cover him in January, so don’t worry about him.

We won’t keep you waiting any further, so here’s our main course:

1. Stranger: enemy of the X-Men, Silver Surfer, Adam Warlock, and virtually every else in the Marvel Universe. He is a surveyor of worlds and one of the Marvel universe’s great powers (he is also believed to be the Living Tribunal’s fourth face), Possessing cosmic and psionic power beyond any human measurement, he has the ability to reorder matter in his vicinity, project cosmic energy from incredibly strong bolts to harmless paralysis beams, and change his own size and mass (he has even turned himself into a Galactus-sized entity). He can travel through space warps and dimensional barriers, as well as phase through walls. Finally, he has a collection of artifacts (such as an Infinity Gem, the Infinity Union, the Null-Life Bomb, the Runestaff of Kamo Tharn the Possessor, a mechanical servant Blockade, Star Brand, and his Laboratory World) and a whole prison (which, at one point or another, included Magneto, Toad, Abomination, Dalabuur, Reptyl’s crew, Alpha the Ultimate Mutant, Bi-Beast, Diamondhead, Dragonfly of the Ani-Men, Ego-Prime, some Dakkamites, Axi-Tun versions of the Horsemen of Apocalypse, Fusion (the Fusser brothers), the Futurist, Gorr the Golden Gorilla, Jack of Hearts, Jakar (who impersonated the Stranger), Krakoa (the Living Island), Megaman (not the Capcom character), Mecurio the 4-D Man, the Mind-Bender of Cherron, Nygorrn (the last monitor), a creature from Kosmos called Pilai, Presence, Rocket Raccoon, Sky-Walker, Sphinxor, Star-Dancer, Stardust, Starlight (formerly the Red Guardian), Ten-For of the Autocrons, Threkker of the Starblasters, some Alpha Primitives, the Weird Sisters, Woodgod, and former Imperial Guardsmen Moondancer, Voyager, and Solar Wind). Recently, the Stranger allowed Prosh to assemble five X-characters (Juggernaut, Iceman, Phoenix, Toad, and Mystique) to have them jump start humanity’s evolution and later helped Glorian, Prester John, Shaper of Worlds, and a kid named Tim create Eurth. First appearance: The X-Men #11 (May 1965). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #10, Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #12, and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #1.
2. Strong Guy (Guido Carosella): member of X-Factor (both US government and X-Factor Investigations). Before he was a superhero, he worked as a bodyguard for Lila Cheney and later befriended Polaris, Multiple Man, Havok, Wolfsbane, and Quicksilver on Muir Island. His mutant power allows him to absorb kenetic energy on impact, causing the energy to increase his mass and strength, although he has to discharge excess energy after 90 seconds are up or risk physical deformation (ouch!). Once, he absorbed several large amounts of strength in short order, which strained his heart, but he now acquires a surgical implant to strengthen the organ. Currently, he reunited with Wolfsbane and Multiple Man to form X-Factor Investigations, which also includes M, Layla Miller, Rictor, and Siryn. First appearance: (as Guido) New Mutants #29 (July 1985); (as Strong Guy) X-Factor #72 (November 1991). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #25.
3. Stryfe: enemy of Cable and all of his allies. He was a genetic clone of Cable created by the Askani and raised by Apocalypse and led the Dark Riders and the Mutant Liberation Front. He had vast telepathic and telekinetic abilities and was able to read the mind of nearly anyone on Earth and manipulate others. He was also able to levitate, disassemble or move other beings or items, and form defense fields. Once, when he tried to possess the body of Warpath, he sacrificed his life battling an alien with Gambit and Bishop. First appearance: New Mutants #87 (March 1990). Final appearance: Bishop and Gambit #6 (May 2001). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #26.
4. William Stryker: enemy of the X-Men and all mutants. He was a reverend and evangelist who started a crusade to abolish all mutants. Little did he know that he was the father of a mutant with his wife Marcy, whom was killed in a car crash. Bill had access to his followers’ technology, which included armies of Purifiers, Mandroid armor, and a deadly Nimrod Gauntlet. During a run-in with the Xavier Institute student body, Bill was killed by Elixir after the young mutant grabbed the evangelist’s face and reversed his healing power. First appearance: Marvel Graphic Novel #4 (1982). Final appearance: New X-Men #31 (December 2006).
5. Sublime: X-Men foe. Often called John Sublime or Kick, it is actually a sentient bacteria that can affect any mutant. The bacteria can also usurp their consciousness. Like all typical bacteria, Sublime replicates by binary fission, with a single cell diving into two cells. Once Sublime affected Wolverine, the mutant’s healing factor rejected the virus and infected John Sublime. First appearance: (as Sublime) New X-Men Annual 2001 (2001); (as Kick) New X-Men #134 (January 2003).
6. Suma-Ket: enemy of Sub-Mariner and other Atlanteans. Once, he was the ruler of Atlantis, but later was betrayed by them and formed the Unforgiven Dead, a society of Post-Hyborian demons residing in Atlantis. Superhumanly strong and durable, he was made for life on the ocean’s floor and breathed underwater. He had many mystic abilities, such as firing magical bursts, summoning and manipulating ancient monsters from the ocean’s depths, and possessing magical weapons. Although he regularly performed blood sacrifices to the Old Ones in order to enhance his powers and could resist death, Namor impaled the bad guy with Neptune’s trident and Suma-Ket was no more. First appearance: Namor, the Sub-Mariner #36 (March 1993). Final appearance: Namor, the Sub-Mariner #40 (July 1993).
7. Sundown (David Lowell): enemy/ally of Spider-Man. Once an employee of Osborn Chemical, he fought not only Spider-Man, but also Daredevil, Giant-Man, Wasp, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men (Angel, Beast, Cyclops, Iceman, and Marvel Girl), Doctor Strange, Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor to a standstill. He is supercharged by heat and light from the sun and his body functuions as a battery, boosting his power as it stores energy. He also has the power to create a force field powered by elemental forces of nature that can resist anything, expand to giant size, and fly. After helping Spider-Man defeat Lucky Lobo, Sundown left New York to start a new living, making him one of the most forgotten villains Spider-Man has ever faced. First appearance: Untold Tales of Spider-Man ’97 Annual (1997).
8. Sunspot (Roberto DaCosta): founding member of the New Mutants, Xavier’s third generation of mutants (the first was the original X-Men and the second was the International X-Men). A native of Brazil, he was also a member of the Gladiators, the Fallen Angels, the Mutant Liberation Front, and the X-Force and is the son of a Hellfire Club member. His body cells can absorb solar energy, which he can use for many purposes, mostly enhanced strength and endurance. He used to rely on direct sunlight for this abilitiy to work, now he can keep his body empowered at night. He is also able to rechannel his absorbed energy as concussive force blasts, heat able to melt bullets, or thrust for flight. He now serves as the Lord Imperial for the Hellfire Club. First appearance: (as DaCosta) Marvel Graphic Novel #4 (1982); (as Sunspot) New Mutants #1 (March 1983). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11, Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #12, and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #36.
9. Sunturion (Arthur Dearborn): sometimes enemy/sometimes ally of Iron Man. A former research scientist, he now works for the criminal corporation Roxxon. He is made of sentient microwave energy and is able to solidify and change his form between human and “armored” appearance anything. When in armor, he can fly and shoot microwave blasts and protective energy bubble shields. He continues to work for Roxxon to this day. First appearance: Iron Man #143 (February 1981). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11.
10. Superia (possibly Deidre Wentworth): Captain America foe. A believer of ultra-feminism, she is an alleged descendant of Thundra and the leader of the Femizons, whose ranks include Moonstone, Bloodlust of the Femme Fatales, Elektra, Gypsy Moth, Knockout of the Femme Fatales, Mindblast of the Femme Fatales, Screaming Mimi, Titania, Vapor of the U-Foes, Whiplash of the Femme Fatales, and Yellowjacket, to name only a few. Very intelligent, she was a scientific genius who is a master in genetics, physics, biochemistry, metallurgy, architecture, and engineering. Her costumed housed a powerful energy blaster. During a battle with AIM, the Red Skull, and Captain America, she was killed by Red Skull, who used the Cosmic Cube for a weapon. First appearance: Captain America #390 (August 1991). Final appearance: Avengers #388 (July 1995).
11. Super-Skrull (Kl’rt): enemy of the Fantastic Four, the Avengers, Captain Marvel, and other heroes. He has many aliases, including Invincible Man, Captain Hero (Bobby Wright; remember him from the 80s Handbook), Hulkling, Franklin Richards, Iron Fist, Thing, Captain Mar-Vell, Carol Danvers, and Franklin Storm (many of which he impersonated). He is different from many Skrulls because he has all of the powers of the Fantastic Four (namely self-stretching, invisibility and invisible force fields, plasma and flame control and flight, and great strength). He also has the rudimentary powers of nearly all Skrulls (shape-shifting and survival in space). He is currently reformed as a hero in the Annihilation Saga. First appearance: Fantastic Four #18 (September 1963). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11, Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #13, and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #26.
12. Swarm (Fritz von Meyer): enemy of Spider-Man and the Champions of Los Angeles. He is a former Nazi scientist from Germany who fled to South America to make weapons from insect toxins. Having no true body, he is made entirely of bees. He uses the bees as weapons, along with giant mechanical bees. He was last seen battling the Runaways, and later Mary Jane Watson. First appearance: Champions #14 (July 1977). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11 and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update ’89 #7.
13. Swordsman (Andreas von Strucker): a current member of the New Thunderbolts. A former member of the Assembly of Evil and one half of Fenris, he is the son of Baron Strucker and the twin brother of the late Andrea von Strucker and is the third man to take the Swordsman alias. An excellent acrobat and hand-to-hand combatant, he is a master of all bladed weapons. His arsenal includes a sword sheathed in adamantium alloy and can be shot as a projectile reminiscent of grappling hook. Another sword, wrapped with his late sister’s skin, can emit powerful bioelectric blasts of concussive force. He remains a loyal member of the Thunderbolts even after Baron Zemo led the team. First appearance: (as Andreas) Uncanny X-Men #194 (June 1985); (as one-half of Fenris) Uncanny X-Men #200 (December 1985); (as Swordsman) New Thunderbolts #2 (January 2005).
14. Talkback (Chase Stein): charter member of the Runaways. He is the son of Pride members Victor and Janet Stein and the former boyfriend of Arsenic (who passed away recently). He is able to repair and rewire various items and uses a switchblade knife sometimes. Some of the Steins’ best inventions include the Fistigons (which allows him to control fire), x-ray goggles, and the Leapfrog transport vehicle. After Arsenic died, he now has access to her dinosaur Old Lace. First appearance: Runaways #1 (July 2003).
15. Taskmaster: enemy of the Avengers and other heroes. He was once a member of the Frightful Four (alongside Wizard, Deadpool, and Constrictor) and now serves with the Thunderbolts, under the leadership of Norman Osborn. This villain can mimic the fighting abilities of Ant-Man, Black Knight, Captain America, Cat (Kuei), Constrictor, Daredevil, Deadpool, Elektra, Falcon, Hawkeye, Iron Fist, Iron Man, Moon Knight, Nomad, Oddball, Punisher, Silver Samurai, Spider-Man, Tombstone, Wolverine, Zaran, and other heroes and villains. His arsenal of weaponry includes a shield similar to Captain America’s, a billy club, two .45 colt automatic handguns that shoot webs, a bow and arrow set, numerous swords, darts, knives, grenades, sais, a lariat, sniper rifles, crossbows, and claws similar to Wolverine’s. Hired by the Committee to assassinate Moon Knight, the vigilante defeated Taskmaster easily. First appearance: Avengers #195 (May 1980). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11, Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #13, and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #9.
16. Terminatrix (Ravonna Lexus Renslayer): enemy of the Fantastic Four, Doctor Druid, and the Avengers (Captain America, Hercules, Vision, Black Knight, Black Widow, Sersi, Crystal, and Thor II). She was also the lover of Kang for a while and was placed in suspended animation after her first meeting with the Avengers (which broke Kang’s heart). Possessing enhanced speed, stamina, agility, and reflexes, she had also mastered futuristic weapons and possessed shape-shifting technology to change her appearance. She also wielded vibro-knives, concussion blasters, time-travel devices, mind control technology, and other accessories. Formerly leading the Anachronauts, she was reportedly dead during Immortus’ assault and destruction of Chronopolis, but whether or not this is true is unknown. First appearance: (as Ravonna) Avengers #23 (December 1965); (as Nebula and Kang Nebula) Avengers #291 (May 1988); (as Temptress) Fantastic Four Annual #25 (1992); (as Terminatrix) Avengers Annual #21 (1992). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #24.
17. Thanatos (Rick Jones of Earth-9309): Spider-Man 2099 foe. This is a Rick Jones which killed the Supreme Intelligence and became a would-be world conqueror. He was able to access the Destiny Force, which made him cosmically aware and allowed him to change reality. He main weapon was the Spear of Destiny, which pierced the side of Jesus of Nazareth during his crucifixion. During a battle with the real Rick Jones, the third Captain Marvel (now Photon), Starfox, and Spider-Man, Captain Marvel slammed his Nega-Bands and turned Thanatos into a brick. First appearance: Spider-Man 2099 #11 (September 1993).
18. Thanos: enemy of Adam Warlock, Starfox, Captain Mar-Vell, and every hero in the Marvel Universe. An Eternal of Titan, he is the son of Mentor and the late Sui-San, the brother of Starfox, and the grandfather of Nebula and was once a member of the Infinity Watch. Living on the spaceship Sanctuary, he has a large amount of armaments, ships, armies, and armadas and was granted a chair that can teleport interstellar distances (now destroyed by the Runner). A teleportor, he can also be stronger than other Eternals, but lacks mental powers and matter-changing abilities. During the Annihilation Saga, he and his new allies Aegis and Tenebrous battled Galactus, who he turned over to Annihilus to continue his quest for the origin of the power cosmic. First appearance: Iron Man #55 (February 1973). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12 and has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #14, Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #20, and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #10 (he was believed to be dead during the first three entries).
19. That Which Endures: enemies of the Avengers. They are a collective life form, which exists within almost every human on Earth. Perhaps their most famous pawn is the Scarlet Witch, who was assimilated by That Which Endures during a visit to the Absolom College of Robotics, where the Vision would be restored. Every one hundred years, That Which Endures’ intelligence would manifest itself within a random amount of creatures. The being was defeated by Mister Immortal, and everyone under its command was freed from its influence. First appearance: West Coast Avengers #44 (May 1989).
20. Thor (Dargo Ktor): the Once and Future Thor. He is a member of the Thor Corps (alongside Thor, Beta Ray Bill, and Thunderstrike) and hails from Earth-8710. Like his Earth-616 counterpart, he wields the hammer Mjolnir, which can control and summon storms. Like the other Thors, if he is separate from Mjolnir for more than a minute, he’ll return to his mortal form. When he, Silver Surfer, and Firelord teamed up to battle Galactus, they accidentally killed the Frankie Raye Nova. First appearance: Thor #384 (October 1987).
21. Those Who Sit Above in Shadow: allies/enemies of Thor and all Asgardians. Their purpose was to accumulate power by draining energy off of the death and rebirth of Asgard. Although none of the members were officially named, five could be seen. They met in an extra-dimensional realm connected to Asgard. During the Ragnarok, Those Who Sit Above in Shadow were seemingly destroyed, along with the rest of Asgard. First appearance: X-Men/Alpha Flight #1 (December 1985). Final appearance: Thor #85 (December 2004).
22. Thousand (Carl King): Spider-Man foe. Before he became the Thousand, Carl King witnessed Spider-Man’s early adventures, both as the web-slinger and as Peter Parker. Actually, the Thousand were 1,000 spiders that held King’s consciousness. These spiders could infest human bodies and liquefy their victims’ internal organs from the inside out and assume total control of the victims’ husk. During a battle with the famous web-slinger, the Thousand hit a high-voltage generator with one punch and electrocuted himself. At least one spider survived. First appearance: Tangled Web of Spider-Man #1 (June 2001). Final appearance: Tangled Web of Spider-Man #3 (August 2001).
23. Thunderbird (Neal Shaara): former member of the X-Men. Hailing from India, he later joined forces with Storm, Psylocke, Rogue, Sage, Bishop, and Gambit to form a splinter group of the X-Men based in Australia. His powers are basically fire-based and must covert ambient energy into a super-heated plasma. With that, he can project concentrated heat beams, concussive force blasts, luminescence, and pyrotechnic displays. After the events of M-Day, Thunderbird kept his mutant powers and his whereabouts are a current mystery. First appearance: X-Men #100 (May 2000).
24. Tiboro: Doctor Strange foe. He hails from the Sixth Dimension and is a member of the Lords of the Netherworlds, alongside Aggamon. A powerful sorcerer, he wields a wand to create electroplasmic rays, lightning bolts, and a spell of silence. The wand can also manipulate his dimension, including making flying discs and monster-like creatures. After Tiboro helped five other sorcerers battle Umar and Baron Mordo, Dormammu took over the Dark Dimension and sent Tiboro back to his home dimension. First appearance: Strange Tales #129 (February 1965). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12.
25. Time Variance Authority: allies of the Fantastic Four and Thor. Meeting in the Null-Time Zone, this authority monitors all timelines and prevents paradoxes. The membership includes Mr. Alternity (the boss), Justin Alphonse Gamble (ally of Luke Cage and Iron Fist), He Who Remains (an ally of Thor), Justices Hope, Liberty, Love, Might, Peace, and Truth, Mobius M. Mobius (the manager), and his clones Mr. Orobourous, Mr. Paradox, and Mr. Tesseract. They hire the Minutemen (mostly robots and cyborgs) to guard their facilities. They recently allowed Two-Gun Kid to journey to the 21st Century. First appearance: Thor #372 (October 1986).
26. Time-Keepers: enemies of Thor and other Avengers (mostly Captain America, Goliath I, Yellowjacket I, Hawkeye, Wasp, Captain Marvel III, and Songbird). Former called Time-Twisters, they meet in the Citadel at the End of Time and work alongside Immortus. Known members include Vort, Zanth, Ast, and the Oracle of Siwa. They possess great power to manipulate temporal energy. The Keepers were apparently killed by Kang, but manage to survive and are now impersonated by Akhenaten. First appearance: (as the Time-Twisters) Thor #243 (January 1976); (as the Time-Keepers) Thor #282 (April 1979).
27. Timeslip (Rina Patel): former member of the New Warriors. Of Indian descent, she was the last hero to join the original generation of the New Warriors. She is able to project her mind into her past or future personas, displacing the self of that time into her time period of origin. She can also change time’s flow, allowing her to act an incredibly fast (or slow) speed. After a mob learned about her secret identity, they attacked her in Los Angeles, but she managed to escape, First appearance: New Warriors #59 (May 1995).
28. Tinkerer (Phineas T. Mason): Spider-Man foe. He is also the father of the late Rick Mason (alias the Agent). A genius inventor, he invented paraphernalia for such criminals as Mysterio, Scorpion, the Ani-Men, Grim Reaper, Jester, Rocket Racer, Big Wheel, Stinger, Goldbug, Vulture, Trapster, and Lucia Von Bardas. In addition, one of his greatest inventions is Toy, a super-strong robot able to duplicate the abilities of the Tinkerer’s other inventions. During the Civil War, he fought the Punisher after helping another client, namely the Stilt-Man. First appearance: Amazing Spider-Man #2 (May 1963). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12 and has appeared in Official Handbook Deluxe Edition #13 and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #11.
29. Titania (Mary MacPherran): enemy of She-Hulk and the Avengers. Introduced during the Secret Wars, she was a member of the Frightful Four, Femizons, and the fourth and fifth incarnations of the Masters of Evil and is married to fellow criminal Absorbing Man. Blessed with tremendous superhuman strength, she is also bulletproof and resistant to all temperatures (be it hot or cold). She can also heal twice as fast as a normal human and uses her bare hands for weapons. After a battle with She-Hulk, she was shrunk down to size and incarcerated in the Lang Memorial Penitentiary (alias the Ant-Farm). First appearance: Marvel Super Heroes: Secret Wars #3 (July 1984). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #13 and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #5.
30. Titanium Man (Boris Bullski): Iron Man foe. A citizen of Russia, he was a former member of the Titanic Three, which included fellow communist agents Radioactive Man and the third Crimson Dynamo. He wears a titanium suit of armor (colored green), which magnifies strength by a factor of fifty and enables him to fly. The suit includes gauntlets that can shoot energy blasts, or shatter-blast rays, often used as concussive force or disintegration. He was last seen fighting Iron Man and Spider-Man prior to the Civil War. First appearance: Tales of Suspense #69 (September 1965). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11 and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #13.
31. Titannus: enemy of Doctor Strange, Spider-Man, Nova, Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk, Hulk, and Wolverine. He is a Skrull who wants to conquer the world. With superhuman power and endurance, he is able to repair himself from fatal damage and restore him to any given time. Although he is not a shape-shifter, he wears a suit of armor that allows him to absorb any form of energy, generate energy blasts, and fly. In Baltimore, Maryland, Titannus collapsed and was taken to SHIELD Headquarters for custody. First appearance: Marvel Team-Up #2 (January 2005).
32. Toad (Mortimer Toynbee): enemy of the X-Men and its sister teams. Born in England, he was a member of the first Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, Misfits, and a band of Defenders impersonators (which also included Libra, Shocker, Boomerang, Leap-Frog, Melter, Joe the Gorilla, and Pecos), as well as lead a Brotherhood of Evil Mutants (which included Blob, Pyro, Sauron, and Phantazia). He can exude a sticky resin from his hands, secrete new pheromonous venoms to control minds, stick to walls, and uses his tongue (which can be up to 25 feet long) for a weapon. At one point, he wore a suit of armor. After M-Day, he kept his toad-like powers and now serves as a member of the 198. First appearance: The X-Men #4 (March 1964). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11, Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #13, and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #27.
33. Tombstone (Lonnie Lincoln): enemy of Spider-Man, Daredevil, Deadpool, Black Cat, and Darkhawk. An enemy of Robbie Robertson since childhood, he worked alongside Chameleon, Hammerhead, and Kingpin. A tall albino African-American with a deformed nose and pointed teeth, he is very strong and has tough, bulletproof skin. He can also use firearms for weapons. After joining forces with eleven other Spider-Man villains to form the Sinister Twelve, he fought Daredevil alongside a new Matador. First appearance: Web of Spider-Man #36 (March 1988). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update ’89 #7 and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #14.
34. Torgo: former ally of the Thing (in fact, he started out as an enemy). Leader of the Mekkan alien race, he was also a member of the Hulk Hunters, alongside Amphibion and Dark-Crawler. The largest and strongest of the Mekkans, he owns a weapon called the electrostave (which is a bludgeon that can fire electricity and nerve gas). At one point, he used to fire power beams from his eyes. During a battle with Galactus, Torgo was believed to be destroyed in an explosion, but whether or not he survived is unknown. First appearance: Fantastic Four #91 (October 1969). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12.
35. T-Ray (allegedly Wade Wilson): Deadpool foe. His crimes include stealing Deadpool’s civilian name and resurrecting his own wife, but we don’t know who the TRUE Wade Wilson is. He can control mystic energy for his strength, teleport, levitate, transform, manipulate weather, and resurrect. His arsenal of weapons include an axe and shuriken. He is now seen with Scuzzy, Duke, and Popeye, three homeless allies. First appearance: Deadpool #1 (January 1997).
36. Jonathan Tremont: Avengers foe. Born in the Naga Hills of India, he was leader of Triune Understanding and the younger brother of Pagan and Lord Templar. A gifted orator and master of advanced technologies, he would often augment his powers by absorbing the spiritual energy of his followers, but if he absorbed too much of their energy, they would be harmed or eventually die. He can also borrow the powers of Pagan and Lord Templar (which are super strength and super speed, respectively). He sacrificed his life to breach the force field surrounding Kang’s Damocles Base. First appearance: (Lord Templar) Avengers #13 (February 1999); (Pagan) Avengers #14 (March 1999); (Tremont) Avengers #15 (April 1999). Final appearance: Avengers #50 (March 2002).
37. Turbo (Michiko “Mickey” Musashi): former member of the New Warriors. Of Japanese descent, she is the heir to Torpedo’s armor (first was Michael Stivak, a Daredevil foe; second was Rom’s longtime ally Torpedo (Brock Jones); the third was Jones’ second cousin Mike Jeffries, whom Mickey shared the armor with). Her suit of armor allows her to fly at lightning speeds using small, nuclear-powered jet turbines attached to her suit’s ankles and wrists. While in action, she can give a mighty wallop she calls a hyperpunch, which when doubled, can beat even people with Class 100 super strength. After reforming the New Warriors, she helped the Runaways battle Ultron and now serves as a counselor for young superheroes. First appearance: New Warriors #28 (October 1992). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #35.
38. Two-Gun Kid (Matt Hawk, born Matthew Liebowicz): ally of the Avengers (Hawkeye and She-Hulk in particular) and one of Marvel’s greatest western heroes. He was a member of the Sunset Riders (which included French Canadian Marcel Fournier, Japanese Samurai Hijiro Nguri, and Apache warrior Running Fish) and defends Tombstone, Texas from such threats as Roaring Bear, Ringo’s Raiders, the Fox, Purple Phantom, Goliath, the Grizzly, Hurricane, Jesse James, the Panther, Billy the Kid, Durango, the Gunslammer, the Rattler, and the Silver Sidewinder. He is famous for his two Colt .45 pistols and sometimes wielded a miniature Derringer pistol for emergencies. In the Wild West, he rode a horse named Thunder, but now rides an atomic steed named Lightning (built by the High Evolutionary). He now resides in the 21st century, working as security for Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg, and Holliway. First appearance: Two-Gun Kid #60 (November 1962). 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 (although he was listed as dead, he was actually alive to readers).
39. Typeface (Gordon Thomas): former enemy, now ally, of Spider-Man. After being fired from his job as a signsmith for his obsoleteness, he committed vandal crimes across New York. A trained soldier, he wields alphabet-themed weapons, such as sleep-gas cubes, smoke and explosive letterbombs, and razor sharp letters. Most recently, he joined a cadre of heroes who were against the Superhuman Registration Act (such as Captain America, Asp, Battlestar, Black Mamba, Black Panther, Luke Cage, Cloak, Dagger, Daredevil, Diamondback, Falcon, the female Hawkeye, Hercules, Hulkling, Human Torch, Invisible Woman, Lectronn, Lightbright, Living Mummy, Patriot, Prodigy, Prowler, Solo, Spider-Man, Spider-Woman, Storm, Wiccan, and Wolverine) to battle Iron Man and his supporters of the Act. Unfortunately, he was captured by SHIELD agents during an interview with Sally Floyd. First appearance: Peter Parker: Spider-Man #23 (November 2000).
40. Typhon: enemy of Hercules, the Olympian Gods, and the Avengers. He is a Titan of Olympus who serves as the God of Wind. Truly, he has a serpentine body and many tentacles and can summon the powers of a storm. As a human, he uses an axe, which is able to absorb the Promethean Flames. After fighting a contingency of Avengers, he was cast to Hades, possibly forever. First appearance: Avengers #49 (February 1968). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12.
41. Tyrant: enemy of Silver Surfer, Galactus, Gladiator of the Imperial Guard, Terrax, Morg, Ganymede, Jack of Hearts, and Beta Ray Bill. A creation of Galactus, he is a universal conqueror. He possesses cosmic power similar to Galactus, tapping the energy of whole planets. He can also control enslaved alien races and his robotic constructs called the Heavy Troopers. After battling the Silver Surfer, Tyrant, Galactus, and Morg were seemingly killed in an explosion, although Galactus and Morg later were revealed to be alive. The fate of Tyrant, however, is unknown. First appearance: Silver Surfer #81 (June 1993).
42. Ultimate Nullifier: a powerful extraterrestrial weapon whose origins are unknown. It is able to eliminate from existence anything the bearer chooses. It can also destroy timelines if the bearer is intelligent and powerful. The first time we witness the Ultimate Nullifier was when the Fantastic Four battling Galactus, when Mister Fantastic returned the Nullifier to its rightful owner. Reed later used to Nullifier to battle Abraxas. First appearance: Fantastic Four #50 (May 1966). Has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #15.
43. Ultimo: Iron Man foe. Made 5000 years ago, it was traditional used by Mandarin or an ancient race called the Masters. It is given power from many sources, including heat (which it is not limited to any form of). His height and weight can vary any time and can emit heat rays from his eyes. After battling Iron Man (whom later control the robot), Ultimo was shut down and dismantled, but he might return sooner or later. First appearance: Tales of Suspense #76 (April 1966). Was mentioned in the appendix in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12 and has appeared in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #36.

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, Cat, 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, Stranger, 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, Scarecrow II, Scarlet Centurion, Schemer, Screaming Mimi, Secret Empire)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11 (November 1983): Sunfire, Sunspot, Super-Skrull, Swarm, Taskmaster, Thing, Thor, Thundra, Tigra, Titanium Man, Toad, U-Foes, 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, Sunturion, Super-Axis, Swordsman, Tagak the Leopard Lord)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #12 (December 1983): White Queen, Appendix (Tana Nile, Terrax the Tamer, Thanos, Thin Man, Thog the Nether-Spawn, 3-D Man, Thunderbird, Tiboro, Tinkerer, Topaz, Torgo, Toro, Tumbler, Two-Gun Kid, Typhon, Tyrannus, Uatu, Ultimo, 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, Swordsman, Terrax the Tamer, Thanos, 3-D Man, Thunderbird, Toro
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #15 (May 1984): Cerebro, Sentinel, Ultimate Nullifier, 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, Stranger, Sub-Mariner, Sunfire, Sunspot
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #13 (December 1986): Super-Skrull, Taskmaster, Tattletale, Thing, Thor, Thundra, Tigra, Tinkerer, Titania, Titanium Man, Toad, Tyrannus, U-Foes
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, Swordsman, Colonel Glenn Talbot, Terrax the Tamer, Thanos, Thunderbird I, Toro, Two-Gun Kid, 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, Swarm, Flash Thompson, Tombstone, Topaz, Typhoid Mary
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, Stranger, Typhoid
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, Thunderbird
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, Titania
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #6 (May 1991): Bullseye, Cannonball, Fixer, Immortus, Mister Sinister, Nomad, She-Hulk, Thin Man
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, Tyrannus
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, Taskmaster, 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, Thanos
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, Tinkerer
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, Thundra
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #14 (January 1992): Annihilus, Beast, Champion of the Universe, Darkstar, Gargoyle, Namorita, Prowler, Rhino, Sphinx, Thor, Tombstone
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, 3-D Man
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, Thing
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, Swordsman, Thor II, Uatu the Watcher
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, Terminatrix
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, Strong Guy
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #26 (January 1993): Boomer, Doctor Druid, Jean Grey, Jarella, Mystique, Psyklop, Stryfe, Super-Skrull
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, Toad
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, Terror Inc.
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, Sunfire, Tigra
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #35 (October 1993): Beyonder, Crystal, Deathlok II, Doctor Strange, Hellstorm, Magus, Polaris, Proteus, Thunderstrike, Turbo, Weapon X
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition #36 (November 1993): Cerise, Morbius, Ms. Marvel, Pyro, Roma, Sunspot, Ultimo, 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, Battle-Axis, 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, Chase Stein, Stellaris, Stepford Cuckoos, Stick, Stilt-Man, Oliver Stoker, Storm, Chili Storm, Victor Strange, Stranger, Straw Man, Mendel Stromm, Strong Guy, Stryfe, William Stryker, Stunt-Master, Sublime, Sugar Man, Suma-Ket, Sun Girl, Sundown, Sunfire (Yoshida), Sunfire (Earth-2109), Sunspot, Sunturion, Super-Axis, Superia, Super-Skrull, Supreme Power, Surge, Swarm, Swordsman (Duquesne), Swordsman (Duquesne), Synch, 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), Tag, Tagak the Leopard Lord, Glenn Talbot, Talos the Untamed, Tana Nile, Taskmaster, Tempest (Salvadore), Terminatrix, Terrax the Tamer, Terrible Trio
Volume 12 (January 2010): Terror (Pevely), Terror (Shreck), Thanatos, Thanos, Thermal Man, They Who Wield Power, Thin Man, Thing, Thog, Flash Thompson, Thor (Odinson), Thor (Ktor), Thor Girl, Those Who Sit Above in Shadow, Thousand, 3-D Man (Chandler), 3-D Man (Garrett), Thunderbird (Proudstar), Thunderbird (Earth-1100), Thunderbird (Shaara), Thunderbolts, Thunderstrike, Thundra, Tiboro, Tigra, Time Variance Authority, Timebreakers, Time-Keepers, Timeslip, Tinkerer, Titania, Titanium Man, Titannus, Toad, Tombstone, Topaz, Torgo, Toro (Raymond), Toxin, T-Ray, Jonathan Tremont, Troyjans, Matsuo Tsurayaba, Tumbler, Tunnelworld, Elianne Turac, Turbo, Turk, Two-Gun Kid, Typhoid, Typhon, Tyrannus, Tyrant, Mini-Entries (Tara, Tazza, That Which Endures, Thundersword, Time-Master, El Toro, Trago, Triumvirate of Terror, Typeface), Uatu the Watcher, U-Foes, U-Go Girl, Ultimate Nullifier, Ultimo, 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)

I know a lot of you were wondering why I did not cover the Subterraneans, Sunder, Super-Adaptoid, Supreme Intelligence, Surtur, either Talisman (be it the Australian one, the Alpha Flight member, or the one currently known as Shaman), Tarantula, Tatterdemalion, Terminus, Texas Twister, Thena, Tom Thumb, Thunderbolt, the Thunderiders, Titan (the planet), Titania of the Grapplers, Tomorrow Man, Torpedo, Tower, Trapster, Triton, Ulik, and ULTIMATUM. Well, let me assure you that they will get profiled in the future. On a personal note, we’re going to cover Tomorrow Man in the next issue under Zarrko the Tomorrow Man and Tiger Shark will be covered in January.

Well, that’s all from me. I hope you enjoyed our little tribute to the All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z #11, released four years ago. Next month, we’re going to wrap up this little mayhem by giving you a review of All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z #12, which finishes those who were profiled in the long-running 2006 maxi-series. Among those will be Ultragirl, Umar, Union Jack, Varnae, the new Venom (formerly known as Scorpion), Vulcan, Warhawk, Adam Warlock, Wiccan, Wild Thing, Alex Wilder, Winter Soldier, the X-Babies, Yukon Jack, Zarrko the Tomorrow Man, and Arnim Zola. What a finale! Adjø , meg venner.



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