Corporation appears in 51 issues.
The Ameridroid is a twenty foot tall android in the form of Captain America, inhabited by the mind of self-loathing former Nazi spy and scientist. Ameridroid has the abilities of Captain America amplified to be proportional to its size.
Jonathan Swift was the second Blue Streak who fought the Heroes for Hire and Thunderbolts.
Blue Streak was a long-time enemy of Captain America's until he was killed by the Scourge of the Underworld.
Boss of a mobster gang
James Lucas, Jr. is the brother of Luke Cage. He was given superpowers by the Corporation with the sole purpose of fighting Cage. His alias was Coldfire.
A former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent sent undercover, Constrictor soon became what he was trying to stop. Since joining the Initiative he has lost his arms and had them replaced with cybernetic implants that incorporate his trademark weapon of electrified metal coil whips.
An agent of a secret criminal organization called the Corporation. He is able to create thought-controlled bands of mental energy.
Doctor Faustus is a villain mostly conspiring against Captain America. He deems himself "Master of Mens' Minds" for using psychological combat against his enemies.
Fascinated by superhuman powers, the mad genius known as Doctor Malus will go to any lengths to satisfy his curiosity. He has personally created many superhumans, and is responsible for much of the Power Brokers' work in giving people superpowers.
The leader of the wolf pack that tore apart Heather Rand.
Shape Shifting Criminal Arsonist
Fu Manchu is one of the most popular villains of his time. He was created and introduced in the 1913 novel The Mystery of Dr. Fu Manchu by Sax Rohmer.
Mercenary and former agent of The Corporation.
Frank Oliver with his superhuman leaping abilities was the criminal better known as the Kangaroo. After Frank's death, another person named Brian Hibbs took over as the Kangaroo.
Kickback was a member of the Corporation hired by Hardcore, an agent of Cruz Bushmaster, to capture Dakota North with Tombstone and Nitro. However, Nitro's insanity disturbed Kickback and he felt guilty for abducting North. His mostly innocent and noble nature lead to his death, shot by the Punisher.
Manslaughter is a supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe. He is a psychopathic killer who has fought the Defenders, and later briefly joined their team.
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.
The Corporation hires the Night Flyer to eliminate a man called the Defector.
Curtiss Jackson is the head of The Corporation's west coast division and the founder of Power Broker, Inc. - a criminal organization that would augment the strength of paying individuals to superhuman levels.
Ricadonna is a former human criminal kingpin whose empire was torn down by the Daughters of the Dragon. She has recently escaped from prison and become augmented with Skrull organs.
A criminal organization. Kligger ran their East Coast wing.
An agent of a secret criminal organization called the Corporation. She has the ability to generate energy blasts from her hands.
Vamp/Animus is an enemy of Captain America and Falcon
Veda is a member of the Corporation.
An agent of the Corporation.
Leader of the Rocketeers
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