Drax the Destroyer appears in 929 issues.
The long-lost sister of Thor and Loki. She served with the Guardians of the Galaxy and as a Huntress of Heven.
Annihilus is an insectoid being from the Negative Zone. He is a nihilist and a constant threat to life anywhere. He is a longtime foe of the Fantastic Four.
Bertolt Hoover is a spy who infiltrated the military as a part of an unknown plot to destroy humanity and is the true identity of the Colossal Titan.
He is one of the main antagonists of Shingeki no Kyojin.
A denizen of the Negative Zone who battles Annihilus frequently and became the king of most of the territories of the Negative Zone
Iron Man receives a telepathic distress call from Drax the Destroyer after he was being held captive by Thanos. The Blood Brothers work for Thanos and are ordered to take down Iron Man. The Blood Brothers overwhelm Iron Man during their first encounter and they take him to Thanos. Iron Man helps free Drax the Destroyer with the help of a power beam transmitted by Isaac and Mentor. Iron Man and Drax team up to take down both Blood Brothers.
Member of the Luminals
Member of the Order of the Glorious End and former Halfworld insane asylum guard.
High ranking member of the Universal Church of Truth.
Artificial Lifeform created by ISAAC Prime
Once an scientist and imperial researcher, Abyss turn his true nature to light showing he was a megalomaniac tyrant seeking to conquer any available realm.
Cuchulain, also known as the Hound of Ulster, is a demi-god warrior of ancient Ireland.
Member of the Slaughter Squad.
Death's Head a Robot bounty hunter (or rather, as he calls himself, a "freelance peace-keeping agent"), that got his start in the UK Transformers comic series. Eventually, he later on made his way into mainstream Marvel comics and has had different incarnations. He has recently resurfaced as a bounty hunter capturing alien fugitives for SWORD.
After dying, Arthur Douglas was brought back to life by the Eternals, Mentor and Chronos.
Dexam was a member of the Micronauts introduced in "Alpha Flight" vol. 2 #10-11 (May - June, 1998). He was a cyborg whose right arm was actually a cannon firing energy blasts. His mechanical eye was actually a targeting device. He betrayed the team to Visalia in "Captain Marvel" vol. 5 #5-6 (May-June, 2000).
Artificial God created by ISAAC Prime
Powered by the life force of others, Lord Domitian is a ruthless, power-hungry despot.
Reborn in space by Skrull blood ritual
One of Annihilus' wives who leads a division of his Annihilation Wave.
Genis-Vell evil twin clone from a future alternate reality.
Massive alien and member of the Leviathon Tide. Responsible for the destruction of Groot's home world Planet X.
Geirrodur is the King of the Trolls.
Cloned from the DNA of the Kree warrior Mar-Vell, Genis-Vell was implanted with false memories making him believe he was instead Starfox's son. He was then artificially aged so that he'd be ready to face Mar-Vell's enemies. He inherited the title of Captain Marvel, but succumbed to the madness of Cosmic Awareness as he became nearly omnipotent and sought to "fix" the universe. He redeemed himself afterwards and became part of the Thunderbolts, where he took the title of Photon and was killed by Baron Zemo.
Goddess is the 'pure' and 'good' part of Adam Warlock when he expelled good and evil from his soul.
Originally a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, Hermetikus came to believe that the only way to protect the galaxy was to control it.
Hulk attempts to stop Drax, tired of being confused for Drax. The two fight but Hulk realizes that Drax is rather dumb in this incarnation and means no harm. Hulk “surrenders” to Drax.
Evil version of Johnny Storm created by Magus during the Infinity War.
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