Karl von Horstbadden appears in 37 issues.
3-D Man is a classic Marvel superhero and member of the Avengers. When wearing his 3-D glasses and concentrating, he had the ability to triple his strength, speed, and stamina. Although his character is essentially a 50's hero, he was created in the 1970's for the comic series, Marvel Premiere.
Dwight David Eisenhower (1890 - 1969) was President of the United States from 1953 to 1961. He was previously a career soldier, a five-star general of the United States Army, Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces of World War II from 1944 to 1945.
A former mercenary that came stuck in the body of a huge gorilla due to a curse. He is one of Marvel's oldest characters and recently became a member of the Agents of Atlas.
During the 1950s, no FBI Agent had as distinguished a career as Jimmy Woo, the prime agent involved in battling the villainy of the Yellow Claw. Reborn 50 years later he is now the head of the Atlas Foundation and the Agents of Atlas.
A human consciousness within the metallic body of a humanoid robot, better known as M-11, teammember of the Agents of Atlas.
Richard Rider is empowered by the Nova Force and is part of the Nova Corps.
A classic 1950 hero, Robert Grayson, using bands given to him by rogue Eternals, would find a never ending battle against the forces of evil. Years later, he returned to aid the Agents of Atlas.
Venus was a Siren cursed by a magician "making her soul as beautiful as her physical form". Ashamed of her past, she began claiming to be Aphrodite the Olympian Goddess of Love, a claim which fooled even the Gods themselves. Becoming a member of the Agents of Atlas, Venus found herself officially receiving the position of the Olympian Goddess of Love after an encounter with the real Aphrodite.
This edit will also create new pages on Comic Vine for:
Until you earn 1000 points all your submissions need to be vetted by other
Comic Vine users. This process takes no more than a few hours and we'll
send you an email once approved.
Use your keyboard!
Log in to comment