Nighthawk appears in 690 issues.
Yandroth created the Omegatron so that upon his death, Omegatron would detonate every nuclear stockpile on earth.
Orka is an Atlantean who was augmented by Dr. Dorcas to fight Namor the Sub-Mariner.
One of the Marvel Monsters from the early 1960's. Years later, he would wreck havoc against planet Earth. The Defenders eventually managed to stop him.
The "Batman" of Marvel's JLA analogue, Squadron Supreme.
Piledriver is a powerful member of the Wrecking Crew.
Ruler of Hades, the Underworld. God of the Dead.
Alex Gentry, the Porcupine, was one of the first Marvel silver age villains and most notably fought against Ant-Man and Captain America, but also faced the Avengers, the X-Men and the Defenders.
The father of Darkstar and Vanguard, later became the father to a new breed of Dire Wraiths.
An advanced robot built by Victor Von Doom, constructed in part with alien technology. Prime Mover possesses limited reality warping powers.
Professor Power is a super-villain who blames Charles Xavier for the death of his mutant son. In his quest for revenge he encountered a number of superheroes.
Former chief scientist on Traan, a planet in the Microverse. He traveled to Earth to conquer the planet with his psycho ray. He remains a constant foe for the Fantastic Four.
Member of the Six-Fingered Hand
Quetzalcoatl is one of the aztek Gods, usually depicted as a feathered serpent.
The Quintronic Man is a robot created by Stark International and was originally utilized by the New York City Police to take down the Hulk. It has since fallen into the possession of various criminal organizations over the years.
A crooked Chicago cop.
The Red Rajah emerges from a mystical jewel called the Star of Capistan. Once the jewel takes a host body then the Red Rajah becomes its spokesman and protector.
An original enemy of the Squadron Supreme that ended up joining Nighthawk's Redeemers to oppose the Squadron's Utopia Program.
A serial killer in Chicago who targets people that committed wrongdoings against the black community.
A scientific genius, Ruby Thursday remade herself into an living human gynoid with a shape-shifting head. She is a member of the villainous Headmen.
After losing his job, Steven Hudak became "Scorcher" to extract his revenge.
Assistant of Regent.
Shocker is a villain who has a pair of gauntlets that, when activated by a thumb trigger, can project a concentrated blast of air that is vibrated at an intense frequency.
Sitting Bullseye is a CIA operative turned super-villain. As member of The Band of the Bland, he is counted amongst Marvel's most mediocre malcontents.
Skrull agent who impersonated Kyle Richmond during the Secret Invasion.
Silas King was a drug smuggler who got his powers from extensive exposure to the sun when his bus broke down in the desert.
James Sanders was a member of the Squadron Sinister known as Whizzer until he pursued a solo life of crime as Speed Demon. He eventually found himself a member of the Thunderbolts despite being unsure if he even wanted to reform.
Anthony Davis was the super-villain known as Ringer who, following a near-death experience, re-established himself as Strikeback.
Kyle Richmond is being held by an ex-Maggia operative called Tapping Tommy. Doctor Strange receives the ransom note and summons the Hulk and Valkyrie to help rescue Kyle. The Defenders come into conflict with the Maggia hoods when they infiltrated the old movie lot. They are taken down by Tapping Tommy when he throws two grenades that emit knockout gas. The Defenders awaken in shackles and are getting beaten by robots holding canes until the Hulk breaks free. The other Defenders are free and Dr. Strange restrains Tapping Tommy with a magic spell until the Hulk knocks Tommy out with a headbutt.
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