Cold Warrior appears in 9 issues.
A Skrull posing as Richard Nixon convinces Professor Sinkovitz that the 3-D Man is a communist. Sinkovitz uses his absolute zero apparatus to transform himself into the Cold Warrior and fights 3-D Man on the Santa Monica Pier. 3-D Man is nearly frozen to death by the Cold Warrior's icy blasts until he is tackled off the pier. The Cold Warrior's suit produces ice that does not allow him to float and he begins to sink to the bottom. The warm water damages the suit and his powers begin to fade. Sinkovitz resurfaces but 3-D Man swims away.
A former mercenary that came stuck in the body of a huge gorilla due to a curse. He is one of Marvel's oldest characters and recently became a member of the Agents of Atlas.
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.
During the 1950s, no FBI Agent had as distinguished a career as Jimmy Woo, the prime agent involved in battling the villainy of the Yellow Claw. Reborn 50 years later he is now the head of the Atlas Foundation and the Agents of Atlas.
A human consciousness within the metallic body of a humanoid robot, better known as M-11, teammember of the Agents of Atlas.
A classic 1950 hero, Robert Grayson, using bands given to him by rogue Eternals, would find a never ending battle against the forces of evil. Years later, he returned to aid the Agents of Atlas.
Venus was a Siren cursed by a magician "making her soul as beautiful as her physical form". Ashamed of her past, she began claiming to be Aphrodite the Olympian Goddess of Love, a claim which fooled even the Gods themselves. Becoming a member of the Agents of Atlas, Venus found herself officially receiving the position of the Olympian Goddess of Love after an encounter with the real Aphrodite.
James "Rhodey" Rhodes is Tony Stark's personal pilot and one of the playboy's oldest friends. Rhodey has often donned the Iron Man mantle when the burden has been too much for his friend, but has also established his own identity as the War Machine and Iron Patriot.
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