Luke Cage appears in 2638 issues.
Aarkus was once the Golden Age villain-turned-hero called The Vision, whose people came to our reality to serve as midwives to beings born from Cosmic Cubes.
Alicia Masters gained some enmity towards Luke Cage when Luke was controlled by the Puppet-Master.
Ares is the son of Zeus and the Olympian God of War. After years of fighting against The Avengers, Thor, and mostly his own brother Hercules, Ares joined the ranks of the Avengers. He was a member of Tony Stark's official Avengers team and later Norman Osborn's Dark Avengers. After he attacked Osborn for tricking him in starting Siege on Asgard, he was stopped and killed by the Sentry.
When Ash went to a cabin in the woods with his girlfriend, he had no idea what he was be getting himself into. He unwittingly played a recorded evil incantation that unleashed demonic spirits, which possessed his girlfriend and his right hand. A reluctant savior, Ash is humanities' last hope.
Atlas (Erik Josten), formerly Power Man, Smuggler and Goliath is a member of the Thunderbolts. Erik was originally a mercenary convinced by the Enchantress to undergo ionic ray treatment that made him super strong. After adopting the Name Power Man and joining forces with the Enchantress for awhile, he decided to go on to become a supervillain on his own later joining teams such as the Lethal Legion and the Masters of Evil. He eventually met Luke Cage (also known as Power Man for a short time). The two fought and Cage won.
During his efforts to control the world, the Master of the World created clones of various heroes attached to the Heroes for Hire.
Bengal is a martial artist who seeks vengeance on those that committed war crimes during the Vietnam War.
When Tombstone was imprisoned in the Cage he was cellmates with Big Ben, Hypno-Hustler, and Rocket Racer.
A crooked lawyer later imprisoned for assisting specific mob bosses, the large Ben Donovan received a hefty prison sentence but remained a foe to Luke Cage, Daredevil, and a few other Marvel heroes.
Big Brother was born into poverty and turned to a life of crime using his great intellect. After being jailed multiple times he came up with the ability to connect himself to computers. He was an enemy of Luke Cage's.
Racist prison warden who terrorized Luke Cage. He was eventually busted down to guard when a reformist came to the prison. In an act of revenge, Rackham accidently caused the process that changed Luke Cage.
He would later re-appear to seek revenge, but justice prevailed with him being hit and killed by a speeding ambulance.
Former call girl and member of many organizations, most notably the Serpent Society and B.A.D. Girls Inc.
Black Mariah was a drug racketeering 400-pound woman who crossed paths with Luke Cage. Cage went toe-to-toe with her and shut down her operation. She got her name from the alias of an ambulance, symbolizing the way she ran her operations.
A supervillain who later joined the Thunderbolts seeking redemption.
A human-demon hybrid who creates light-canceling darkness fields and has vampire-like abilities enhanced by metal fangs and claws.
Blasting Cap is a minor-level criminal able to explode his body and possesses some heat and flame abilities.
The Blood Brothers were two linked alien brothers who served as minions of Thanos. After one of the Brothers died, the surviving Blood Brother has continued to cause trouble in the Marvel Universe.
Boris is a Russian powerhouse that partners with the beautiful but deadly Ninotchka as free agents. They have come into conflict with Luke Cage and Iron Fist on a few occassions.
The Bowman is Hydra's version of Hawkeye.
Braggadoom was a creature that was accidentally created in a laboratory and defeated by the Thing and Luke Cage.
Bulldozer & the rest of the Wrecking Crew battled members of the Defenders in one of their earliest appearances. Luke Cage aka Power Man was brawling with all the Wrecking Crew members.
Bullet is a mercenary who serves as an agent of the United States Government. Bullet is a hitman for hire who has had encounters with Daredevil on numerous occassions.
A deadly killer for hire capable of using practically anything as a lethal projectile weapon with flawless accuracy and deadly force. He is one of the most psychotic and sadistic characters in Marvel and serves as one of Daredevil's most dangerous foes.
Carnage is the offspring of the alien symbiote Venom. It bonded with the crazed serial killer, Cletus Kasady, thus creating one of Spider-Man's most murderous, brutal, and lethal adversaries.
Carol Danvers is a US Air-force Pilot, CIA assassin, Avenger, previous X-Men foe and alien-empowered heroine post-partum Captain Marvel then Ms. Marvel.
Using her flight, resilience, super-strength and energy powers- conflicts of interest has lead Carol Danvers to battle Luke Cage timely on superhuman politics.
Chaka has battled Luke Cage while he was Power Man for the group "Heroes for Hire". At the time Luke was partnered with Iron Fist.
Calvin Carr, the brother to the original Chemistro, became the third and most well known man to use the Chemistro identity.
Archibald Morton was the second Chemistro and an enemy of Power Man.
Man with power to disappear like the Cheshire Cat.
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