Ares appears in 756 issues.
Aarkus was once the Golden Age villain-turned-hero called The Vision, whose people came to our reality to serve as midwives to beings born from Cosmic Cubes.
The second man who took up the name American Eagle.
Arachne is a human woman from Greek mythology who was turned into the first spider after she defeated Athena in a weaving competition.
A member of Hammer working directly under Ares.
A former KGB agent, Natasha Alianovna Romanova, better known as Natasha Romanoff or Black Widow, was trained by the top-secret Soviet brainwashing and training program, the Red Room, to become the ultimate "Super-Spy". She defected from the Soviet Union to the US to join S.H.I.E.L.D. Subsequently, Black Widow proceeded to become a member of the Avengers and has been on the team on numerous occasions. She's a woman with an enigmatic past which very few are acquainted with.
When Adam discovered his super-powers, he fashioned a secret identity with which to protect his country, and became Blue Marvel. He served as a hero for years, and was one of the most popular heroes of his time. Adam was pressured by the government to retire, because of how much power he had and for being black. He was forced out of retirement to face his greatest foe and former best friend, Anti-Man.
Dark Avengers teammates, while Bullseye was Hawkeye
Fellow teammate on the Mighty Avengers.
D'Spayre is a 20,000 year old creation of the Fear Lord called Dweller in Darkness. Since then he has tortured Humanity, instilling fear and despair wherever he goes.
They were on the Dark Avengers together.
Deimos is the personification of terror in Greek mythology. He was a son of Ares and Aphrodite, and the twin brother of Phobos. Deimos served to represent the feelings of dread that befell those in the midst of battle, while Phobos personified feelings of fear and panic.
Devi is the divine entity created to defeat Lord Bala by the Pure Gods. Though divine she is not immortal and must be born into a human host.
Ares is Dionysus' half brother.
Amora the Enchantress, an Asgardian Goddess and immensely powerful sorcerer. Being backed by years of experience, she is one of Thor’s greatest and most ruthless foes because of her immense power, and because he is her love interest.
Ghost is an industrial saboteur and mercenary who possesses an incredible stealth suit that grants him invisibility and intangibility, among other capabilities.
The seventh Guillotine of her bloodline. Due to her ancestor's bargain she is forced to wield the sword that grants her the powers of Guillotine. Although the sword tempts her to kill, she withstands the temptations and uses the sword to do good.
Hebe is Ares half-sister
Ares is Helen's half brother.
One of six Olympian sons of Zeus, Hercules was born the savior of the Gods and mankind. Known as the Prince of Power, Hercules is one of the strongest beings in existence, an Olympian God and a modern superhero recognized throughout the world for his might. He has been a champion of mankind since ancient times and continues to defend the world in the modern age - most frequently as a member of the Avengers.
Hippolyta is daughter of Ares.
It's unclear whether the Huntsman of Zeus, who could hunt down Olympians for Zeus and summon mythological beings using his staff, was human or Olympian God in origin. He lost against The Champions.
Ares is on Iron Man's team of Avengers.
God of power. Wields an adamantine sword.
Son of Ares. Was slain by Hercules.
Luke Cage, wrongly convicted and unjustly imprisoned, was altered in a failed prison experiment that granted him unbreakable skin and superhuman strength. With his street smarts, and unending determination to do right, he fights for the common man! He eventually married Jessica Jones and had a daughter with her. Luke was also a member of The Avengers and the Leader of Thunderbolts for a time.
Mars is the roman counterpart of Ares, the greek god of war.
Dr. Karla Sofen is a founding member of the Thunderbolts and former member of the Masters of Evil. She has flirted with both sides of the law in Norman Osborn's Avengers as Ms. Marvel. She's a control freak with nearly limitless power granted her by moonstones, hence her codename.
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