Cloak appears in 819 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.
Adam-X has the power to "flash fry" or burn the blood of an adversary once it has been oxygenated, usually done by opening a wound on them using his Thet'je blades.
Wife of Gene and mother to Molly, Alice Hayes poses as a successful doctor, but is secretly a telepathic mutant, and a member of The Pride.
A former member of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and Freedom Force. Avalanche has the ability to create vibratory waves that affects inorganic matter. He often uses his power to affect the earth.
Bengal is a martial artist who seeks vengeance on those that committed war crimes during the Vietnam War.
The Beyonder is an immensely powerful extradimensional entity of disputed origin. Virtually omnipotent in his realm, the Beyonder has striven on occasion to be mankind's both greatest savior and enemy in his quests to understand human nature.
Boris was a friend of Werner von Doom the father of Doctor Doom, whom he faithfully served. He is the father of Valeria
Evil creature that drains and draws light & therefore life. He has a gem on his head that enables him to channel light to his disease-ravaged cells.
Carnage is the offspring of the alien symbiote Venom. It bonded with the crazed serial killer, Cletus Kasady, thus creating one of Spider-Man's most murderous, brutal, and lethal adversaries.
Malcolm McBride was a rival student of Peter Parker who became the second Carrion. Able to rot flesh with just a touch, Carrion became an adversary to Parker's alter-ego Spider-Man.
Crotus is one of the demons from Limbo who served N'Astirh. He became more ambitious after his master's defeat, and attempted to succeed where N'Astirh's plans had failed.
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.
Cloak is the personification of Darkness itself. He is the Yin to his partner Dagger's Yang. A superhero of the streets, he waged a war against drugs and drug related crimes that he still battles.
The second Hobgoblin, Jason Macendale, became possessed by a demon after making a deal with N'astirh for power. When Jason rid himself of the demon he was host to, it became a seperate entity known as Demogoblin.
Assassin hired by The Kingpin to Ecstacy, But was defeated by Cloak & Dagger
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!
A former nuclear physicist and atomic researcher, Otto Octavius' life changed forever when one of his experiments went horribly wrong. From that day forward, he has set out to prove his superior intellect in a number of ways, but these plans are usually thwarted by Spider-Man.
The Spider-Man based doppelgänger created by Magus during the Infinity War.
The head of a criminal organization based in Marseilles, France who later obtained Cloaks powers.
Galactus is the infamous "Devourer of Worlds" in the Marvel Universe. His powers are nearly omnipotent. He has appointed a number of entities as his Heralds, imbuing them with the Power Cosmic. He uses energy from the core of planets and universal sources to sustain himself. He has currently been changed into the Lifebringer, who restores life to the planets Galactus has destroyed.
Husband of Alice and father to Molly; Gene Hayes poses as a successful doctor, but is secretly a telepathic mutant, and a member of The Pride.
Ghaur is a Deviant Priest
Former friend of Cloak and Dagger turned enemy.
Hellion is a powerful mutant telekinetic. He was a student at the Xavier Institute, leader of the Hellions squad and Emma Frost's prize pupil. Hellion lost his hands during Second Coming, received cybernetic replacements, and is currently enrolled at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.
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.
Jester forms a cadre of villains that consist of Rock, the Fenris twins, a robotic Hulk and Hydro-Man to attack the Avengers during the Acts of Vengeance story arc. Jester attempts to recruit Cloak and Dagger but the duo turn on him and help the Avengers win the fight. Jester drops Wasp from his grip after Cloak snares his legs with his cape.
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.
Lightmaster is able to transform his body into light, and travel at light-speeds. He was also a member of the One World Church.
Lorelei Travis is one of The 198. Her power is prehensile hair and her first appearance was District X #1.
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