Cyclone appears in 66 issues.
Formerly known as Water Wizard, Aqueduct is a super-villain with the ability to manipulate water.
Weapons dealer who worked with the Mandarin. Has had run ins with both Iron Man and the Thunderbolts.
Former call girl and member of many organizations, most notably the Serpent Society and B.A.D. Girls Inc.
Worked together in Thunderbolts.
This Blackwing is the son of the crime lord Silvermane and member of the Circus of Crime, Masters of Evil, Skeleton Crew and many others criminal organizations.
Former pro baseball player who became a known criminal as the Boomerang. After fighting towards some semblance of redemption as a member of the Thunderbolts, he lead the seventh incarnation of the Sinister Six.
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.
Originally, Count Nefaria was just an ambitious Maggia Don who hired mad scientists and super-villains. Later, he became super-powered himself. He is one of the Avengers' most powerful enemies, although not one of their most recurring.
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.
One of Nefaria's Ani-Men, originally just a costumed crook who was later mutated into a permanent form. Can mesmerize others into immobility with the hum from her wings.
Dreadnought was created for combat by Hydra
A former football player, Flying Tiger first appeared as an enemy of the original Spider-Woman, Jessica Drew.
Killed in battle against the Avengers, the Grim Reaper was brought back to life using black magic. For a time he had to take the life energy of a human every 24 hours to stay on Earth; he was cured of this thanks to Wonder Man and Scarlet Witch. He met his demise at the hands of Rogue, when he attacked the Avengers in an attempt to kill the Scarlet Witch.
A small time criminal that worked his way up to having his own crime family within the Maggia.
Outfitted with a high-tech flight suit equipped with razor edged wings, Cardinal is one of the deadliest enemies of Night Thrasher and the original New Warriors.
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.
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.
Icemaster is an ice controlling villain. His original appearance was in a Hostess Fruit Pies ad.
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.
Justine Hammer, aka "The Crimson Cowl", was the leader of the Masters of Evil and battled the Thunderbolts. The daughter of Justin Hammer and mother to Sasha Hammer she has recently followed in her fathers footsteps and took control of Hammer industries. She was ultimately killed by Zeke Stane.
Ulysses Klaw is a Dutch scientist and an arch enemy to Black Panther. He has a gun on his arm that turns sound into images. His body was converted into pure sound when he jumped into his sound converter machine.
Lodestone was hired by mob boss Phillipe Bazin in his fight against Darkhawk.
A former criminal who became a cyborg after his death.
M'Baku is a worshipper of the sacred White Gorilla who was exiled from Wakanda because of his actions in leading the cult and betraying The Black Panther. A sacred ritual gives him apelike strength, agility and stamina, earning him the name Man-Ape.
Cyclone was hired by the Owl to serve in Boomerang's "Sinister Sixteen".
After losing his job, Steven Hudak became "Scorcher" to extract his revenge.
Shatterfist is a minor supervillian.
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