Northstar appears in 1527 issues.
Aguja was a member of the Children of the Vault until her death.
Seeking challenges, Arcade has tested the abilities of many superheroes in the Marvel Universe. Trapped inside his dangerous Murderworlds and playing to survive, always nothing more than just a game for Arcade.
Arclight is a mutant that appeared in the X-Men franchise. She was a member of the Marauders where she used her shock wave powers to lead them.
Mutant held in the Breeding Pens by Apocalypse and Dark Beast in Earth 295.
A member of Mystique's Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.
Arcade hired Shortfuse and several other villains that consisted of Link, Sadista, Mister Nice and Barb to attack Northstar in New Orleans to test out his physical and mental limits. The group is defeated when Northstar gets some assistance from Heather Hudson as Guardian. Barb is taken out with an energy blast from Guardian.
Sean Cassidy's cousin.
A nihilist robot man and computer sciences student who was once a member of Hydra and is now a hero
Bulldozer, Wrecker and Piledriver come into conflict with members of Alpha Flight after they take down Thunderball in Toronto.
Slavic God of misfortune and Chaos.
Chimera is an extra dimensional pirate who commits crimes in multiple dimensions.
Citadel was a soldier that was grafted adamantium skin from the Canadian Government and dubbed Weapon Y. Citadel and his men would hold the Governor General of Canada captive and come into conflict with Wolverine, Snowbird, Aurora and Shaman. Citadel resurfaces years later as a member of Alpha Strike.
Cleft is a mercenary with superhuman strength that comes into conflict with an old friend, Puck of Alpha Flight during a bar fight in Moosejaw. Puck and Cleft once belonged to a group called the Outcasts with two other members named Depth Charge and Flagstone before he was recruited into Alpha Flight.
Northstar is the haughty speedster mutant, originally from Alpha Flight, most famous for being the first outwardly homosexual superhero.
Created by A.I.M.'s Dr. Necker, Death Metal is a cyborg composed of the living metal prometheum recovered from Earth-9939.
Twin mutant sisters whom only manifest powers when in constant contact. The full extent of their powers is unknown, but they've shown the ability to fly as well as fire concussive plasma bolts from their hands. They were part of the X-Force rival team, Weapon P.R.I.M.E.
A mutant from the Crusades; a follower of Magneto.
Member of the Hatchitech's fake X-Men.
A former freelance mercenary that worked for Apocalypse, Cargill joined Magneto as a member of the Acolytes and served as ambassador of Genosha. She had also been a member of the X-Men at one time.
A member of Department K.
A brilliant alchemist and ancestor of Alpha Flight's Walter Lankowski (Sasquatch) who can turn any substance into gold.
Retired RCMP officer who began killing criminals. Was apprehended by Alpha Flight.
An incredibly ancient being, the Grandmaster possesses a high level of cosmic power.
H'Kurrek was the Skrull commander in charge of the San Francisco invasion
Member of China force.
Jerome Jaxon is an executive of Roxxon Oil and a nemesis of Guardian from Alpha Flight.
Kariooq is a member of the Great Beasts, supernatural beings who were exiled into their home dimension to keep them from overtaking the earthly realm. Kariooq first encountered Alpha Flight when they travelled to the Realm of the Beasts in an attempt to recover the sould of Walter Langkowski. Kariooq was easily defeated by Shaman who used ice, Kariooq's ancient enemy to stop the Great Beast.
Killjoy is a mutant mercenary and member of Weapon PRIME, he has also gone by the name Killspree.
Beast of the Snows
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