Battlestar appears in 171 issues.
Growing tired of his mechanic job, Abe Jenkins created a suit of armor and became the Beetle. Originally a criminal, he changed his ways as a member of the Thunderbolts, becoming a mainstay of the group and achieving legitimacy as a superhero.
She is a short, slim, young woman capable of running at superhuman speeds, appearing as a blur, with superhuman reflexes and agility, although with normal strength and intelligence
Constantly striving to prove himself to his peers, Blizzard has wavered between being a lousy frequently defeated crook and a hero desperate to be worthy of the title. Despite all of this, the man behind the mask has a kind heart and only wants to be accepted by those around him.
Battlestar, Silver Sable and Captain America come into conflict with Bludgeon and the Fangs when they try to stop the Viper from using a special frequency to blind people.
An unknown corpse who was genetically altered to be like Squadron Supreme's Blue Eagle.
Former pro baseball player who became a known criminal as the Boomerang. After fighting towards some semblance of redemption as a member of the Thunderbolts, he lead the seventh incarnation of the Sinister Six.
Occult and the Resistants come into conflict with John Walker as Captain America and Battlestar after they apprehend the mutant Quill for opposing the Mutant Registration Act.
Buzz-Saw is a member of the Power Tools and would come into conflict with Battlestar.
Coachwhip is a serpent-themed villain most often affiliated with either Viper or the Serpent Society.
The 2nd Cyclone was a Silver Sable foe.
The very mention of his name makes lesser men tremble! The brilliant scientist with the iron mask which conceals his now scarred but once handsome face! Master of science and sorcery, Victor Von Doom is the monarch of Latveria and seeks the betterment of mankind through world conquest! Unequaled and unrivaled in every manner, Doctor Doom has had many conflicts with both earthly and cosmic super-beings; but he will always be known as the eternal nemesis of Reed Richards and his accursed Fantastic Four!
Fascinated by superhuman powers, the mad genius known as Doctor Malus will go to any lengths to satisfy his curiosity. He has personally created many superhumans, and is responsible for much of the Power Brokers' work in giving people superpowers.
Drill is a member of the Power Tools and would come into conflict with Battlestar.
Eddie Brock bonded to the alien symbiote after it was discarded by Spider-Man, becoming the first Venom. Brock was later Anti-Venom, but the symbiote was lost during Spider-Island. Brock has also been forcibly bonded to the Toxin symbiote by the Crime Master, but has reluctantly given it up to stop Carnage. He has recently been rebonded with Venom.
The Foreigner is a highly intelligent, assassin and occasional mercenary who is also a of master of disguise. He has no powers but is in peak physical condition. He is the former husband of Silver Sable.
A former SHIELD scientist working to create superhumans on the Olympus Project. He applied his methods to himself and became a super-strong giant at the cost of his intellect.
Wyatt McDonald is the finest archer of Earth-712, home to the Squadron Supreme. However, despite his brilliant skills, he has been removed from the Squadron for brainwashing his former girlfriend, Lady Lark.
Once considered as a replacement for Captain America. Was part of Silver Sable's Wild Pack. Has come into conflict with the Fantastic Four and a handful of occasions.
Hyperion is Marvel's first Superman pastiche. He is most often associated with the super-team known as the Squadron Supreme and was an Avenger at one point. Though he is one of many active versions across a myriad of alternate universes, Hyperion is still one of the mightiest super-humans in the Marvel Multiverse.
An unknown corpse who was genetically altered to be like Squadron Supreme's Hyperion.
Tony Stark was the arrogant son of wealthy, weapon manufacturer Howard Stark. Tony cared only about himself, but he would have a change of heart after he was kidnapped by terrorists and gravely injured. Pressured to create a weapon of mass destruction, Stark instead created a suit of armor powerful enough for him to escape. Tony uses his vast resources and intellect to make the world a better place as the invincible Iron Man. Stark's super hero identity led him to become a founding member of the Avengers.
Cristoph Pfeifer was the fourth person to be called Iron Monger and was an agent of the Red Skull. As the fourth Iron Monger, Pfeifer fought Captain America, Silver Sable and the Wild Pack, Madame Hydra and Fangs.
A former sidekick to Captain America, Jack Monroe abandoned his mentor when he became disillusioned with the hero's lack of finite action against the super-villains they fought. He later became the notorious serial killer known as Scourge.
President of Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation.
Battlestar was a wrestler who took the Power Broker's strength augmentation process. Once considered as a replacement for Captain America. Was part of Silver Sable's Wild Pack.
The tragic lady with the voice of a lark, violated by villain and friend alike, now a reborn into a raptor in the skies for justice.
An unknown corpse who was genetically altered to be like Squadron Supreme's Lady Lark.
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