Debrii appears in 46 issues.
A U.S. soldier, Alexander Ellis was an amputee who's search for a better prosthetic led him to becoming a technology-powered hero.
Donyell Taylor is the brother of New Warriors founder Night Thrasher (Dwayne Taylor).
He recently became the second person to use the Night Thrasher identity.
Gauntlet is a recruit of The Initiative and is the program's drill instructor. Joseph is a rough and tough human being. He never gives up and will keep pushing you till you are over the edge.
Hardball was apart of the draft of Initiative recruits. A recent graduate of the of the Initiative training program. He recently betrayed the Initiative and became a member of HYDRA.
A survivor of child abuse, Vance Astrovik first called himself Marvel Boy but later changed his name to Justice after time spent in jail for the accidental killing of his father. A founding and former member of the New Warriors, Justice is also a member of the Avengers.
Komodo a recruit of The Initiative recommended by Curt Conner (The Lizard). Komodo's appearance and powers are derived from Dr. Conner's lizard formula, which she stole and then altered to fit her own DNA.
Mutant member of the New Warriors with the ability to communicate with germs. He was the adopted son of Night Thrasher, and co-starred in the New Warriors' reality television show when they confronted Nitro in Stamford. Consequently, Microbe died in the explosion that kick-started the Civil War.
Namorita is the cousin of Namor the Sub-Mariner. She was a prominent member of the New Warriors since their inception. However, some may say she was the cause for her and her teammates to die in the catalyst explosion of the Civil War. She recently returned displaced from time.
Dwayne Taylor was the leader of the superhero-group known as the New Warriors. After seemingly dying, the original Night Thrasher was replaced by his brother Donyell Taylor. More recently, Dwayne was resurrected by The Collector and was sent back to his present day alive by Maestro after the Contest of Champions.
Member of the Heavy Hitters, the Initiative team of Nevada.
Richard Rider was a young teenager when he was granted the power of a Nova Centurion. He would have many adventures both on his own and with his peers among the New Warriors; Richard even became a member of the Avengers ever so briefly. He eventually became Nova-Prime, leader of the Nova Corps, where he established himself as a universally cosmic hero of immense power.
One of the identities used by Spider-Man from the "Identity Crisis", now Ritchie Gilmore uses the costume. He was the leader of the now disbanded team: the Slingers.
Rage is a superhero whose main ability is super strength which, like the Hulk, grows with rage or violence.
High School practical joker Steve Harmon was transformed into a being of living electroplasm during a trip to a different dimension in the Multiverse, referred to as Dimension Ecch.
After being given kinetic energy based powers in a laboratory accident, Robbie Baldwin became the hero Speedball. He blamed himself for the Stamford tragedy and remodeled himself as Penance, but now he's back continuing to atone for his past as Speedball, as a trainer to the Avengers Academy.
Member of the initiative team of Arizona the Desert Stars.
Greer Nelson (née Grant) first appeared, as The Cat in the comic, of the same name. She later became Tigra through a mystic ritual that bound the soul of one of the Cat People, to her own.
A Kree Super-Heroine.
Van was cloned from the body of Michael Van Patrick (MVP) of the Initiative after his death, and is one of the Initiative's Scarlet Spiders. He was killed by K.I.A.
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