Jack Monroe appears in 331 issues.
The Super-Aryan, or "88", was a man specially bred in a neo-Nazi group that represents all the elements that they believe are required to be part of the "superior race".
Enemy of the Invaders
Nomad has been partners with two Captain Americas after injected with a new Super Soldier Serum in the 50s. He was recently assassinated by the Winter Soldier.
Animus is a Level 9 demon. He possesses no corporeal body of his own but instead jumps from host to host.
A former drug addict and mother to a baby she neglected which was taken from her by Jack Monroe. She later was tortured and trained by Giscard Espurer and set out to get her baby back by any means necessary.
The 13th Baron in the Zemo bloodline. Helmut followed in the footsteps of his father before him, becoming an enemy of Captain America and the Avengers. In what could be his greatest scheme ever, Helmut masqueraded as Citizen V and led the Thunderbolts to public acclaim in order to conquer the world. In the end, he failed only because his cohorts desired to remain heroes and rebelled against him.
Battlestar received strength augmentation process from the Power Broker and acted as sidekick to his close friend John Walker when he assumed the role of Captain America. He later joined with Silver Sable and the Wild Pack.
A monk of Dakoth-Kuru, who took control of all his brotherhood.
Copperhead and his crew of Puff Adder, Black Racer and Fer-De-Lance come into conflict with Steve Rogers, Falcon, D-Man and Nomad after they attempt a casino robbery and take some people hostage.
A scientist for the Roxxon Corperation
Bushwacker is a mercenary and assassin with arms that can morph into a variety of projectile weapons. Working for the Marauders, he would kill mutants for money. His activities brought him into routine conflict with Wolverine, Daredevil and the Punisher.
Member of the mercenary team the Wanderers. Hired by the Slug to guard his house. Physically the strongest member of the team.
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.
Wade Wilson is a former test subject of the Weapon X program, where he received his regenerative healing factor through the scientific experiments conducted upon him. Deadpool's powers and personality traits combine to make a wild, mentally unstable, and unpredictable mercenary. Deadpool has been a member of X-Force and the Thunderbolts, and a self-professed member of the X-Men and the Avengers. The "Merc with a Mouth" is infamous for breaking the fourth wall.
Decimator was a human possessed of the other-dimensional Viral Swarm possessing superhuman strength.
A former professional wrestler, Demolition Man has had a dubious and difficult career as a costumed adventurer. Although he began as one of Captain America’s closest allies during a difficult time for the patriotic hero, much of his life following that has proven hard. Recently he has started working as Sam Wilson's pilot and field back up.
Doctor Faustus is a villain mostly conspiring against Captain America. He deems himself "Master of Mens' Minds" for using psychological combat against his enemies.
Dreadlox is a villain who first appeared in 1993's Marvel comic Secret Defenders in which she battled both Spiderwoman and Wolverine. She has the ability to exploit the deepest phobias of her opponents by manifesting those fears via powerful illusions.
Electro/Ivan Kronov is a 1950s villain with electrical powers. He has made appearanced serving the communist Red Skull/Albert Malik and Yellow Claw. He has faced the 1950s Captain America and the Agents of Atlas.
Member of the Horsemen of Apocalypse and Mother of Genocide. Famine represents hunger and lack of food and as such was anorexic.
Member of the mercenary team Cannibal Catch. Wielded a pair of sais.
Fer-de-Lance is a member of the Serpent Society.
Member of the mercenary team the Wanderers. Hired by Dr. Faustus to capture Nomad. Expert sniper.
Member of the mercenary team Cannibal Catch. Wielded a rifle.
A charming and master thief who joined the X-Men, Gambit possesses the mutant ability to charge inanimate objects with kinetic energy which causes them to explode (in fact, his signature move is throwing kinetically-charged playing cards at his opponents). Gambit is also extremely agile and hypnotically persuasive because of his powers.
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