Black Goliath appears in 297 issues.
Scientist who experimented on himself and gave himself the ability to make objects and himself levitate.
The original Atom Smasher, a short-lived foe of Black Goliath.
Looks like a big metallic cauldron, enemy of the Thing.
A common enemy of Hank Pym.
Ramirez as Fire-Breather would come into conflict with Iceman, the Thing and Goliath when they try to stop the Ringmaster and the Circus of Crime from using a large hypnotic machine called the psionic eye. Fire-Breather spewed his flaming breath to melt Iceman's ice slide during their first confrontation. However, Fire-Breather and the rest of the Circus of Crime are eventually defeated by the three heroes.
A former freelance mercenary that worked for Apocalypse, Frenzy joined Magneto as a member of the Acolytes and served as ambassador of Genosha. She joined the X-Men after the Age of X.
A geneticist from the 1930s who became obsessed with further evolution experiments which he used on himself. Depending on what he hopes to gain from whatever his current experiments are, he has been a force for the greater good, and for his own dark purposes.
Goliath and the Thing defeat the Hijacker when he attempts to steal Stark technology.
A somewhat weak member of the Circus of Crime.
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.
"Ironjack" Baker is a member of the Circus Of Crime.
Girlfriend to Phillip Moreau and Genoshan ex-patriot
Joystick is a former member of the Masters of Evil and the Thunderbolts. While with the Thunderbolts, it was discovered that Joystick was a double agent working for the Grandmaster and her objective was to steal the Moonstones of Baron Zemo.
Ulysses Klaw is a Dutch scientist and an arch enemy to Black Panther. He has a gun on his arm that turns sound into images. His body was converted into pure sound when he jumped into his sound converter machine.
The first Titania, a member of the Grapplers. She was slain by the Scourge, then revived by The Hood in order to kill the Punisher.
Live Wire was a member of the Circus of Crime. He uses an electrified lariat as his weapon of choice.
Norton Fester discovers a small meteor and it gives him superhuman powers when gases from the meteor seeps into his body. He becomes a one man crime wave known as the Looter.
M.O.D.O.K. is an acronym for Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing. He has a plethora of psychic powers, which he used to take control of A.I.M.
Created by actor/director Robert Townsend, for the silver screen, Meteor Man is a school teacher turned hero, who debuted in theaters then went to a six issue spin-off by Marvel in 1993.
Michael English was the brother of Ronald English.
Crime boss from Harlem, New York.
The Genoshan Press Gang's transportation
Alex Gentry, the Porcupine, was one of the first Marvel silver age villains and most notably fought against Ant-Man and Captain America, but also faced the Avengers, the X-Men and the Defenders.
Poundcakes is a female wrestler with the ability to create shockwaves and tremors with her seismic boots.
Seductive snake charmer and, notably, the first villainess Spider-Man ever faced.
Bill Foster was murdered by Ragnarok when he began malfunctioning during the fight between the Pro and Anti Registration Heroes at the ruins of Geffen-Meyer Inc.
Ringmaster (Maynard Tiboldt) is a circus villain who gains control over people by hypnotizing them with his hat.
Scanner was a loyal Acolyte of Magneto, who through her naivete and innocence occasionally aided the X-Men.
One of the army of robot Kree Sentries. Sentry #666 battled the Avengers in Washington D.C.
Silas King was a drug smuggler who got his powers from extensive exposure to the sun when his bus broke down in the desert.
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