Brain Drain appears in 46 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.
Aurora, the twin sister of Northstar, was a founding member of Alpha Flight. She also suffers from dissociative identity disorder, which often causes her to be caught in precarious situations.
The Blonde Phantom is a masked crime-fighter and detective. She is one of the first costumed heroines to appear during the Golden Age of Marvel Comics.
Blue Diamond was a former costumed hero from World War II who would later be transformed into a diamond hard body; he travels through space with his lover Star-Dancer.
Believed dead near the end of World War II only to have been found and brainwashed by the Soviets for the next 50 years, Captain America's former sidekick now continues to defend his country from the shadows against those who would threaten it as legendary spy and assassin, the Winter Soldier. He became the new Captain America to honor his friend Steve and he joined the Avengers. When Steve returned as Captain America, Bucky took on the identity of the Winter Soldier once again.
During World War II, Steve Rogers volunteered to receive the experimental Super-Soldier Serum. Enhanced to the pinnacle of human physical potential and armed with an unbreakable shield, he became Captain America. After a failed mission left him encased in ice for decades, he was found and revived by the Avengers. Later joining their ranks and eventually becoming the team's leader.
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.
David Fortunov was an adventurer, whom fought against the Nazi's during World War II. He was the first to use the Dominic Fortune identity, later his son Jerome took up the mantle. After the death of his son, David, now a senior, returned to his former identity.
Omega Flight and the Master of the World would come into conflict with Alpha Flight. Brain Drain would use a mental blast to prevent Feedback from creating a small army of his shock troopers during the fight.
Goblyn was an unborn mutant whose life was saved when her twin sister Laura (Pathway) teleported her to the Dream World ruled by the Dream Queen. Rescued by Alpha Flight, she would come to be a valued member of Beta Flight, alongside her sibling.
James MacDonald Hudson was the original Guardian and the first leader, and creator, of Alpha Flight. He seemingly perished in the midst of battle and his widow, Vindicator, took over the reigns of leadership after his death. He has since returned and is once again the leader of Alpha Flight.
Heather McNeil took over the leadership of Alpha Flight following the death of her husband Guardian, through the use of his Battle Suit. After her husband was revived and resumed the role of Guardian, Heather became the Vindicator and continued to be a member of Alpha Flight.
Brain Drain was a Nazi scientist. He was responsible for the creation of Master Man . Johnny and the Fantastic Four have fought him numerous times in the past.
Cast out of Asgard by the Frost Giants for being born puny, Jack Frost lives in the Arctic North unaware of his otherworldly past.
The original Human Torch, who fought in the second World War and was a member of the Invaders, is an artificial human created by Professor Phineas T. Horton. He is also (publishing-wise) the first ever Marvel super-hero!
A famous big game hunter, who became a mercenary and later, developed an intense obsession with restoring honor to his name. Kraven has been known as a major threat for Spider-Man and leaving a legacy during his demise.
Dr. Whitman Knapp was born with the ability to shapeshift into 3 distinct beings in varying stages of Human Evolution. Each being has its own set of super powers, making Knapp a force to be reckoned with.
Micromax, with his mastery of self size-manipulation, teamed up with Excalibur for a short time. More recently he became a part of Vanguard; a black ops anti-terror squad.
Miss America was a Golden Age hero and part of the superhero teams the Invaders and the All-Winners Squad.
Daughter of an Atlantean man and surface woman. The Golden Age hero Namora is cousin to Namor and, like him, is one of Marvel's first mutants. She is currently working under Jimmy Woo with the Agents of Atlas.
Nicholas Joseph Fury served in World War II as the leader of the Howling Commandos. He later became an agent, and eventually director, of S.H.I.E.L.D. Fury is one of the greatest strategic minds in the world, a born leader and a master of espionage. He currently serves as a replacement Watcher.
Twin brother of Aurora, Northstar is the haughty mutant speedster affiliated with the X-Men, though he was originally a member of Alpha Flight. He is most famous for being the first openly gay superhero.
Member of an unrevealed religious order and a national hero of Italy.
One of the mutant Dean twins, Laura tried to learn how to use her dimension crossing abilities as a member of Canada's Beta Flight Team, alongside her sister, Goblyn.
The Golden Age Patriot and third Captain America.
Le Peregrine is France's native son and their premiere superhero. He made his first appearance in Marvel Super Hero Contest of Champions #1 - A Gathering of Heroes (June 1982).
A former member of Alpha Flight and Beta Flight, Persuasion is the daughter of the Purple Man and is able to control people through her pheromones, making them responsive to her commands.
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