Morgan appears in 34 issues.
Brilliant and tough, Goliath fought evil using a variation of the Pym Particles. He was killed during the Civil War by Ragnarok, a clone of Thor. He was succeeded by his nephew, Tom Foster.
T'Challa is the Black Panther, king of Wakanda, one of the most technologically advanced nations on Earth. He is among the top intellects and martial artists of the world, a veteran Avenger, and a member of the Illuminati. Using his powers and abilities, he has pledged his fortune, powers, and life to the service of all mankind.
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.
During World War II, Steve Rogers volunteered to receive the experimental Super-Soldier Serum. Enhanced to the pinnacle of human physical potential and armed with an unbreakable shield, he became Captain America. After a failed mission left him encased in ice for decades, he was found and revived by the Avengers. Later joining their ranks and eventually becoming the team's leader.
A drug kingpin who had the shipment of heroin stolen from him. This resulted in the framing of Luke Cage.
A harlem crime boss who Murdock has defeated.
Doctor Faustus is a villain mostly associated with Captain America. He deems himself "Master of Mens' Minds" for using Psychological combat against his enemies.
A cunning and manipulative mobster. He's crossed paths with the Punisher on occasion.
A social worker turned hero, Sam Wilson's bleak outlook on life was wiped away the day he met Captain America. Using a winged costume and his remarkable combat prowess and avian telepathy, he became the Falcon - defender of Harlem.
He was soon to become the fourth Captain America and was eleven years old when the first Captain America was created.
The cover of Marvel Team-Up is a good lead in to the story. It shows crime boss Morgan and his thugs aiming machine guns at a visible Sue and Franklin. Morgan warns the blonde heroine, "Your power to make things invisible can't save you now, lady!" The cover also shows an invisible Spiderman waiting to save the day. However, this is misleading. At the story's climax, Morgan and his gang do fire machine guns at Spidey, Sue and Franklin, but all three are protected by Sue's force field. Morgan senses Sue is under great stress. He gives deadly orders to his thugs. "Keep Firin! Look at her face, the woman's ready to drop. Keep up the pressure an' she'll fold in no time!" Morgan is right. The Invisible Girl starts to black out.... Fortunately, Jean De DeWolff and a crew of New York cops come along just in time!
A foe of Luke Cage, Black Panther, Captain America and Iron Fist; Morgan was a prolific crimelord of the 70's until his arrest and incarceration. Leading a small gang in Ryker Prison, Morgan would later die at Bullseye's hand from a playing card to his throat.
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.
Harold Meachum's daughter.
The self-proclaimed kingpin of crime, Wilson Fisk is one of the most prominent figures of organized crime in the United States.
He is the king of mobsters, controlling organized crime on the East Coast with an iron fist.
Luke Cage, wrongly convicted and unjustly imprisoned, was altered in a failed prison experiment that granted him unbreakable skin and superhuman strength. With his street smarts, and unending determination to do right, he fights for the common man! He eventually married Jessica Jones and had a daughter with her. Luke was also a member of The Avengers and the Leader of Thunderbolts for a time.
Hitman hired to kill off the mobs in New York.
The world knows Wanda Maximoff as the Scarlet Witch, a mutant with probability manipulation and reality-warping abilities. Twin sister of Quicksilver, mother to Wiccan and Speed, and ex-wife of the Vision; Wanda has taken on many roles throughout her life but will forever be known for causing the Decimation.
Swindled by his business partner out of his equal share of the profits from their company, Adrian Toomes set out for revenge by using a flying harness of his own design. He has however, met defeat several times at the hands of his arch-nemesis, The Amazing Spider-Man.
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