Man-Thing appears in 709 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.
Texan millionaire who sought to add unique acts to his circus. By any means.
A mutant and original member of the X-Men, Warren received his angelic wings at a young age along with a unique healing factor in his blood. After being twisted into a weapon of Apocalypse, Warren became the cold and distant Archangel. In the years since then, he's gone back and forth between his two identities.
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.
Balkaa is a hunter of Vellus-Kar.
A founding member of the X-Men, Dr. Hank McCoy is a mutant possessing animal-like strength and agility. Despite being covered in blue fur and resembling a ferocious beast, Hank possesses an astounding intellect and a superb wit. He is currently helping run the Jean Grey School, while also serving with the Avengers.
Man-Thing is a large muck monster that is usually found in the swamps, more specifically the Florida Everglades.
A human-demon hybrid who creates light-canceling darkness fields and has vampire-like abilities enhanced by metal fangs and claws.
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.
Jebediah Fate was a Pirate and Captain of the ship the Serpent's Crown. He was an enemy of Man-Thing and later a vampiric agent of Dracula.
Captain of Japanese monster hunters, serving to Robert Hellsgaard.
Mailroom employee, who was usurped by the Man-Thing's form. Their minds then was melded and in this new form, using Man-Thing's Psychopyrokinesis, Carl burned those humans, who felt the emotion of fear.
The first X-Man, Scott Summers possesses the mutant ability to draw ambient energy from another dimension through his eyes which are actually portals to the dimension, he usually channels this energy into concussive force blasts. He is visually distinctive for the ruby quartz visor he wears to control his devastating power. A born leader, Cyclops succeeded his mentor Professor X to command the X-Men.
A member of the secret order known as the Cabal of Scrier.
D'Spayre is a 20,000 year old creation of the Fear Lord called Dweller in Darkness. Since then he has tortured Humanity, instilling fear and despair wherever he goes.
Death-Stalker had a brief fight against the Man-Thing after the latter stopped Gladiator from killing Daredevil in the swamp of Citrusville. Man-Thing was unsuccessful in defeating him.
Demon is a drug dealing cult leader.
Large infant-eating demon summoned an apartment in Georgia by the Cult of 6G. Interrupted during the ceremony by the Man-Thing, Ehrthold was banished back to his own realm.
A dimension-hopping Deviant who ended up possessing the Star Brand and nearly becoming the most powerful being in existence.
A wealthy and greedy land developer who has tried time and again to tear down the Citrusville swamp. He was a recurring foe of Man-Thing.
Foolkiller faced Man Thing in his first appearance.
One of Daredevil's first enemies who eventually reformed and became one of his supporters.
A number of individuals have appeared as the Glob.
Pantheon member who tested Ted Salis' formula on himself and became the Glob.
A geneticist from the 1930s who became obsessed with further evolution experiments which he used on himself. Depending on what he hopes to gain from whatever his current experiments are, he has been a force for the greater good, and for his own dark purposes.
The youngest member of the original X-Men. Bobby is an Omega-level mutant, although it took some help from Emma Frost to realize this. Bobby's control of ice is vast; he can create shields, clones, spikes, slides and also freeze others. He currently teaches at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.
A former sidekick to Captain America, Jack Monroe abandoned his mentor when he became disillusioned with the hero's lack of finite action against the super-villains they fought. He later became the notorious serial killer known as Scourge.
Man-Thing and the X-Men, which included Jean have fought in the past when he was part of the Thunderbolts.
Jody Choate was injected with an experimental version of the super soldier serum.
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