Citizen V (Watkins III) appears in 38 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.
Citizen V was a former teammate of Scream in the group Redeemers.
The Golden Age hero that had his debut in Marvel Comics #1 from Timely Comics.
A doctor that became a costumed detective who had the "mystic cape of Mercury" that allowed him to fly.
Starting his super-criminal life as Power Man and then reinventing himself as the size-altering Goliath, Erik Josten has served as a member of several incarnations of the Masters of Evil and the Lethal Legion. It wasn't until he became Atlas and a founding Thunderbolts member that he truly "discovered" himself.
A supervillain who later joined the Thunderbolts seeking redemption.
The once-mysterious Cable (a.k.a. Nathan Summers) is Cyclops' time-traveling son who was infected with the deadly techno-organic virus during his infancy, which he keeps at bay using his advanced psionic powers. At one time a founding member and leader of the militant team called X-Force, previously known as the New Mutants, Cable takes the aimless youths under his wing and whips them into fighting shape in order to prepare them for future threats.
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.
Charles Burlingame was transformed into a stone-like entity by Arnim Zola. He joined the Thunderbolts but died during one of their missions.
Formerly known as the She-Wolf, Paulette worked undercover aiding Citizen V in the fight against the Nazis. Later she would assume the mantel of Citizen V after the death of John Watkins and lead Battalion V.
Roger Aubrey was a spy who worked behind enemy lines during World War Two, first known as the size-changing Dyna-Mite and later as the Destroyer - an identity he adopted from his boyfriend Brian Falsworth.
A technological genius, Fixer pursued a life of crime as a partner to Mentallo and later a member of the Masters of Evil. He later became a founding member of the heroic Thunderbolts and despite hating the idea of being a hero and has remained a mainstay ever since.
A global terrorist who uses violence to put an end to nationalism.
A baseball player who took up the mantle of Bucky to trick the Red Skull when the Invaders were brainwashed. Months later, he officially became the second Bucky.
A Japanese-American super-heroine from WWII, founder of The Kid Commandos.
Goldfire is a mutant that can fly and shoot beams of heat and force. She is the Great Granddaughter of Dr. Sam Sabuki, the granddaughter of Golden Girl, and the daughter of Golden Sun.
Trained by criminals and inspired by heroes, Clint Barton has grown from a troubled youth into one of the greatest heroes on Earth. The world knows him best as Hawkeye: Earth's Mightiest Marksman. A member of the Avengers for many years, he has left the team on occasion because of team friction. But he always returns, ready to face any threat.
David mitchell aka Human Top a World War 2 hero and part of the group calld the Kid Commando
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.
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!
Receiving her powers from Arnim Zola's cruel experimentation, Helen Takahama joined the original Thunderbolts team as Jolt, unaware of their hidden agenda. She still managed to become a fine hero in her own right, and helped several other members of the Thunderbolts do likewise.
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.
Meteorite is woman outfitted with a suit that allows her to solidify air molecules for force field generation and flight.
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.
Robert is a mutant and son of the Whizzer and Miss America.
Symkarian ruler and leader of a band of mercenaries known as the Wild Pack. More recently she has allied herself with Misty Knight, Paladin and the Heroes for Hire operation.
Golden age character and honorary member of the Invaders.
Citizen V was the leader of the Redeemers which included various members Smuggler, Meteorite, Fixer, Angar the Screamer & Leila Davis.
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