Boomerang appears in 387 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.
Former pro baseball player who decides to turn to crime. Attacks foes (usually Spider-Man) with boomerangs. Similar to Bullseye.
Alistair Smythe is the son of Spencer Smythe: a mad scientist responsible for the creation of Spider-Slayers; robots designed to hunt and kill Spider-man. After his death Alistair carried on his work.
Batroc was hired alongside Boomerang, Shocker and the Ox to guard a mysterious box that was being auctioned off to a number of governmental agencies
A fellow member of the Sinister Six.
Was a member of the Assassin Guild
Jackson Weele is a villain who travels around through means of a giant wheel he himself created. Hence the name Big Wheel.
A young boy mutated by chemical, bent on avenging for the death of his father
Working for Walter Declun, Blindside's suit secretes a neurotoxin that temporarily blinds whoever he touches.
Bushwacker is a mercenary and assassin with arms that can morph into a variety of projectile weapons. Working for the Marauders, he would kill mutants for money. His activities brought him into routine conflict with Wolverine, Daredevil and the Punisher.
Teammates and members of the Sinister Twelve.
Clay was an assassin with the ability to create duplicates of himself, appears as an enemy of Jamie Madrox, the Multiple Man.
Cyclone is a member of the Masters of Evil who was later recruited to join the Thunderbolts.
The 2nd Cyclone was a Silver Sable foe.
Edward Lavell took the mantle of the Eel from the deceased Leopold Stryke, and has upgraded his armor and technology to enhance his criminal lifestyle.
Goldbug is a minor villain, who was obsessed with gold. He has faced off against many heroes.
He was a normal hippopotamus that was transformed into a humanoid hippopotamus by the High Evolutionary. His leg was bitten off by Mac Gargan/Spider-Man now he and other victims band together to destroy him.
Spider-Man villain with Hydrokinesis (the ability to control water), often part of teams with vendettas against the wall-crawler. Embodies the literal opposite of Spidey's other foe, Sandman.
Icemaster is an ice controlling villain. His original appearance was in a Hostess Fruit Pies ad.
A sadistic mercenary abducted as a kid by Crime-Master who raised him to be a stone-cold killer. He assumed the persona of Jack O'Lantern after killing all of the people who previously used this name.
1970s Marvel villain, opponent of the Avengers and Defenders.
A longtime foe of Iron Man who as a criminal mastermind employed super-villains and organized criminal operations.
The former wife of the supervillain Ringer, Leila Davis began her own criminal career as Hardsheel before eventually adopting the Beetle guise when the original Beetle became MACH-I.
The one time ruler of Latveria during Secret War and a cyborg
A former criminal who became a cyborg after his death.
Max Hammer was a criminal mob boss, who blackmailed Banner into using the Gammascope to heal his broken body transforming him into a brutish mockery of his former self.
Mirage is a super-villain who uses life-like holograms to his advantage.
Vince Dio, Jackie Dio's younger brother.
Nakh is a member of the Assassins Guild
A villain who uses nanites to alter motor vehicles to his liking. Formerly working for Mr. Negative, he is now a member of the Sinister Six.
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