Songbird Enemies

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Songbird is a founding member of the original Thunderbolts, and was formerly known as the supervillain Screaming Mimi.

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  • The second man who took up the name American Eagle.

  • Weapons dealer who worked with the Mandarin. Has had run ins with both Iron Man and the Thunderbolts.

  • Scientist Arnim Zola became one of the first biochemists in history after finding notes and equipment belonging to the offshoot race of humanity, the Deviants. He learned many things from his studies, including the ability to transfer people's essence into clones of their original bodies.

  • A young boy mutated by chemical, bent on avenging for the death of his father.

  • Billy Kitson was a supervillain and former champion basketball player.

  • Brilliant and tough, Goliath fought evil using a variotion of the Pym Particles. He was killed during the "Civil War" by a clone of Thor.

  • The son of an American G.I. and a Vietnamese woman, Eric Conroy is the super strong mutate called Bloodstrike who, as a member of the Folding Circle, opposed the New Wariors.

  • Jonathan Swift was the second Blue Streak who fought the Heroes for Hire and Thunderbolts.

  • The Thunderbolts engage Brother Nature in a brief scuffle and per sway him to stop fighting so his land will be safe from radiation poisoning. He surrendered and agrees to register under the Superhuman Registration Act.

  • Brutus is a member of Madame Masque's Inner Guard.

  • During one mission with Thunderbolts, Bullseye was tricked by Songbird. She told him that his nanites were turned off and he was free.Believing this, Bullseye killed his two guards and decided to kill American Eagle before escaping. However nanites turned on, shocking him. Bullseye was incapacitated within his own body once again not being able to move nor speak. When Norman Osborn was given control of H.A.M.M.E.R. and decided to make the Thunderbolts into his personal hit squad, Melissa became a liability. Under Osborn's orders Bullseye cornered Songbird with a blade to her back, telling her to ask him to kill her. She managed to deflect him, and escaped as the entire remaining Thunderbolts team attempted to kill her. However Bullseye attacked her and hit her arm with his sai. Swordsman appeared and saved Songbird from Bullseye after he cornered her once again, and after Swordsman faked her death, she departed.

  • Caprice is a telepathic serial killer and one of the founding members of the Scourge of the Underworld vigilante group.

  • During World War II, Steve Rogers volunteered to receive the experimental Super-Soldier Serum. Enhanced to the pinnacle of human physical potential, he became Captain America. After a failed mission left him encased in ice for decades, he was found and revived by the Avengers, later becoming the team's leader.

  • Known to Captain America and the Thunderbolts

  • Known to Captain America and the Thunderbolts

  • A Chinese criminal who was used for genetic experiments by Armin Zola.

  • Cyclone is a member of the Masters of Evil who was later recruited to join the Thunderbolts.

  • Songbird, aka Screaming Mimi, attack Alison inside Ryker's Island Prison, along with her Grappler friends. The other women beat up Alison brutally, while Songbird plans to finish the girl off. At first Songbird's screams almost drive Alison crazy, but just in time she uses the screams to her advantage and wins the fight.

  • A woman who briefly assumed the mantle of Doctor Spectrum.

  • The Thunderbolts come after Arnim Zola at his hidden base in China and the entire team is engulfed by Doughboy when they step off their transport. The Thunderbolts break free and engage with Doughboy alongside an army of Zola's mutates.

  • Doctor Lemuel Dorcas was a marine biologist, genetic engineer, inventor and would-be conqueror.

  • One of Nefaria's Ani-Men, originally just a costumed crook who was later mutated into a permanent form. Can mesmerize others into immobility with the hum from her wings.

  • Eddie Brock bonded to the alien symbiote after it was discarded by Spider-Man, becoming the first Venom. Brock was later Anti-Venom, but the symbiote was lost during Spider-Island. He has recently been forcibly bonded to the Toxin symbiote by the Crime Master.

  • Fieldstone and Brute Force ambushed the Thunderbolts; Fieldstone and Ingot took on Atlas until Cheer Chadwick incapacitated all of them with a sonic cannon.

  • Firearm is a member of The Jury.

  • Fizgig and Brute Force ambushed the Thunderbolts; Fizgig snuck up behind Jolt, but Charcoal took her out of the fight. Fizgig entered the arena with her teammates and attacked Jolt from behind, shocking her. Jolt immediately retaliated with an energy bolt of her own. Later, Figzig and Hoarfrost battled the Jury's Bomblast, and were taken out of the fight by Songbird's sonic blast with the rest of Brute Force.

  • A former football player, Flying Tiger first appeared as an enemy of the original Spider-Woman, Jessica Drew.

  • A prostitute from Beijing Armin Zola performed genetic experiments on.

  • The Grandmaster is a near-omnipotent demi-god.

  • Graviton was a physicist, named Franklin Hall, who was involved in an experiment in a private research facility in the Canadian Rockies. A mistake in Hall's calculations causes graviton particles to merge with his own molecules, and Hall later discovers that he can mentally control gravity.

  • The Growing Man is a stimuloid that serves his master Kang the Conqueror.

  • Hoarfrost and Brute Force ambushed the Thunderbolts; he attacked Moonstone and martially encased her in ice until she steered him into Watchfire, causing a massive explosion of steam and knocking both Brutes out. Hoarfrost entered the arena with his teammates and attacked the Thunderbolts. Later, Hoarfrost and Figzig battled the Jury's Bomblast, and were taken out of the fight by Songbird's sonic blast with the rest of Brute Force.

  • Hoopsnake has a long, limbless serpentine body with which he can constrict his foes; he wears a harness with two tentacle-like mechanical arms.

  • Hydra section chief, fought the T-Bolts.

  • Albert Potter was the first Hurricane.

  • Hyperion is Marvel's first Superman pastiche. He is most often associated with the super-team known as the Squadron Supreme. Though he is one of many active versions across a myriad of alternate universes, Hyperion is still one the mightiest super-humans in the Marvel Multiverse.

  • Villain with ice powers.

  • Ingot and Brute Force ambushed the Thunderbolts; Ingot and Fieldstone took on Atlas until Cheer Chadwick incapacitated all of them with a sonic cannon. Ingot entered the arena with her teammates and attacked the Thunderbolts. She was taken out of the fight by Songbird's sonic blast with the rest of Brute Force. Ingot has a strong and durable metallic body.

  • Helmut Gruler, the first Iron Cross, was a German champion, but not a Nazi, during World War Two. Later in the war, the Nazi Oskar Mors took to wearing the armor, presumably because Gruler had fallen out of favor. Regaining the armor after the war, Gruler joined the Penance Council of the V-Battalion and assisted in hunting down Nazi war criminals.

  • Former superstrong ally to Captain America and now galactic adventurer.

  • Jonz Rickard is a corrupt descendant of Rick Jones from the 26th Century and is the leader of Galactic Avenger Battalion Theta-4. Like his ancestor Jonz is a wielder of The Destiny Force but has far greater control over it.

  • Justine Hammer, aka "The Crimson Cowl", was the leader of the Masters of Evil and battled the Thunderbolts. The daughter of Justin Hammer and mother to Sasha Hammer she has recently followed in her fathers footsteps and took control of Hammer industries. She was ultimately killed by Zeke Stane.

  • Khn'nr was a Skrull impersonator of Mar-Vell. A sleeper agent, he fully believed himself to be Captain Marvel and chose to fight and die as Mar-Vell against the invading Skrull forces.

  • King Hyperion of Earth-4023 is an evil, corrupt, twisted and mentally deranged version of the Squadron Supreme's Hyperion. King Hyperion is a tyrannical and genocidal would-be conqueror of the Multiverse.

  • Ulysses Klaw is a Dutch scientist and arch enemy to Black Panther. He has a gun on his arm that turns sound into images. His body was converted into pure sound when he jumped into his sound converter machine.

  • Kuurth, Breaker of Stone, is one of The Serpent's Worthy. He was in possession of The Juggernaut's body during Fear Itself and was using it to wreak havoc and instill fear across the United States.

  • Originally created as a Marvel Age April Fool's joke, the character has been used in several appearances in "normal" continuity.

  • N'Kantu is a mummified African tribesman with heightened strength and dexterity. He is also considered immortal due to his "life" of over 3,000 years.

  • Loblolly is an amorphous blob, capable of using her body like a battering ram or to choke enemies. She is apparently mute.

  • Lodestone was hired by mob boss Phillipe Bazin in his fight against Darkhawk.

  • A former criminal who became a cyborg after his death.

  • Scientist who believes in predicting the future with math

  • An extremely deadly ex-convict with superhuman strength, endurance and resistance to injury.

  • A villain formerly known as Man-Killer, she loosely reformed and re-established herself as Amazon among the Thunderbolts.

  • Mindwave destroys a police precinct simply to garner the attention of the Thunderbolts, so he can be apprehended.

  • Mirage is a telepathic woman whom was imprisoned in Thunderbolt Mountain for violating the Superhuman Registration Act.

  • Mister X is a mutant telepath capable of reading an opponent's mind in order to anticipate their moves in combat. Having mastered every fighting style known to man, he considers himself "The Best There Is".

  • Mockingbird was a SHIELD agent, ex-wife of Hawkeye and a member of the Avengers. Along with Hawkeye, she helped found the second Avengers team.

  • Songbird is one of the veterans in the Thunderbolts. Moonstone tried to have Songbird killed.

  • Inspired by the famous novel, Zabo concocted a similar formula. Repeated use of this formula destroyed his sanity and turned him into a savage schizophrenic creature.

  • Valerie Martin is a genius level scientist, doctor and computer hacker that created an exo-suit which lets her collect electronically transmitted data & store it in her head piece (which limits are currently unknown).

  • Known for many years as the Green Goblin and Spider-Man's arch-enemy, Osborn fooled the world into thinking he's a hero under the guise of the Iron Patriot and outed many heroes as cowards. His downfall was caused by his own insanity when he led a Siege on Asgard.

  • Nuke is the result of an attempt to recreate the process that created Captain America. With the American flag tattooed on his face, and believing he is still fighting in the Vietnam war, the highly unstable Nuke has been conditioned to blindly follow any orders his superiors give.

  • Oort, the Living Comet.

  • It was his goal to carry on the prophesy of the Eternals. "From Beyond the Stars Shall Come the Overmind - And He Shall Crush the Universe!" He was stopped by a combination of the Fantastic Four, Doctor Doom and The Stranger.

  • A benevolent and honorable mercenary. Paladin has frequently fought alongside superheroes against some of his dubious employers.

  • Ruler of Hades, the Underworld. God of the Dead.

  • Quasar fought Screaming Mimi at Project PEGASUS

  • Villainess with sand powers.

  • Russell Daboia is a demon that's a member of the Sons of the Serpent.

  • Members of the Thunderbolts and the V-Battalion worked together to take down Sandman after he infiltrated the country of Symkaria to go after Silver Sable.

  • A Member of the Brute Force team

  • After losing his job, Steven Hudak became "Scorcher" to extract his revenge.

  • MacDonald Gargan was a failing private investigator that was turned into the Scorpion with financial help from J.Jonah Jameson. He became the host of the Venom symbiote and was part of Norman Osborn's Dark Avengers. After it was taken by the US Government and he became The Scorpion once again.

  • "Justice is served..." Various individuals that have taken it upon themselves to rid the world of Super Villains... permanently.

  • Sea Leopard is from a legendary race called the Ancients, and is also a member of the Fathom Five. Sea Leopard has come into conflict with Namor, Andromeda, Attuma and the Thunderbolts.

  • Currently going by Sepulchre, Jillian Woods was first known as Shadowoman.

  • Enemy of Spider-Man and sometimes ally of The Kingpin.

  • The Space Phantoms are the servants of Immortus. For years it was assumed that there was only one Space Phantom, but in the course of the Destiny War the Avengers discovered that more than one Space Phantom existed. During a journey back in time to 1873, a trio of Space Phantoms were caught pretending to be the Gunhawks and the Black Rider.

  • Originally idolizing Doctor Octopus, Ollie Osnick used his intellect to create a pair arms and become his sidekick. After a run in with the villain himself and being saved by Spider-Man, Ollie became a hero.

  • An artificial being created by the terrorist group A.I.M. for their evil plans to assassinate Captain America, it holds a fragment of the Cosmic Cube that serves as its limitless power source and can copy the powers of any being it wants.

  • A criminal with electrical powers, chronologically he is the first supervillain Spider-Man ever fought.

  • Peter Parker was bitten by a radioactive spider as a teenager, granting him spider-like powers. After the death of his Uncle Ben, which he could have prevented, Peter learned that "with great power, comes great responsibility." Swearing to always protect the innocent from harm, Peter Parker became the Amazing Spider-Man!

  • Tempus is a servant of Immortus, in his land of Limbo. Tempus is incapable of being killed as his body is constructed from Limbo Ice and will always reform no matter how many times it is destroyed.

  • The unfortunate member of the Fantastic Four. Ben is literally made of stone but has a big heart.

  • Tiger Shark is a human who has had his DNA modified to include a tiger shark's and Namor's DNA.

  • A gifted chemical biologist and geneticist, June Covington is Toxic Doxie. Aiding Norman Osborn in his escape from prison, Toxic Doxie went on to join his newest team of Avengers before her arrest and subsequent placement on the government's Thunderbolts team.

  • The Venom Symbiote bonded with Spider-Man during his adventure on Battleworld. Initially he thought the symbiote was just a costume, however upon his discovery that it was sentient, he rejected it. Since then, the Venom symbiote has bonded with several different hosts.

  • Genetically altered by Dr. Henry Pym, Janet Van Dyne gained the ability to alter her size, fly at rapid speeds and fire bio-electric energy "stings." Calling herself "the Wasp," she became Pym's superhero partner and later a founding member and first female member of the Avengers.

  • A homeless drug addict who Armin Zola performed genetic experiments on.

  • A member of the Secret Empire's super team Brute Force.

  • William Taurey was a founding member of the Elite.

  • Charles Burlingame was transformed into a stone-like entity by Arnim Zola. He joined the Thunderbolts but died during one of their missions.

  • Black Mamba joined the Crimson Cowl (Justine Hammer)'s Masters of Evil, beside Hydro-Man, Cyclone, Cardinal, Gypsy Moth, Man-Killer, and Machinesmith. Black Mamba was at Justine's Symkarian mansion when Silver Sable, Hawkeye, Songbird, and several traitorous members of the Masters attacked the Cowl. Black Mamba used her Darkforce powers to shut down Cyclone, and the other Cowl loyalists defeated the other, though Hawkeye went missing. They were placed in cells, but Songbird used her harmonic powers to knock out Mamba, who was guarding the cell alongside Hydro-Man. Cowl was defeated, and S.H.I.E.L.D. agents took her and the Masters into custody (Thunderbolts I #67-68-69).

  • Formerly known as Water Wizard, Aqueduct is a super-villain with the ability to manipulate water.

  • Edward Lavell took the mantle of the Eel from the deceased Leopold Stryke, and has upgraded his armor and technology to enhance his criminal lifestyle.

  • M'Baku is a worshipper of the sacred White Gorilla who was exiled from Wakanda because of his actions in leading the cult and betraying The Black Panther. A sacred ritual gives him apelike strength, agility and stamina, earning him the name Man-Ape.

  • Joystick joined the Crimson Cowl's Masters of Evil in their massive extortion scheme, hoping to regain some of the money she'd lost in the collapse of the Great Game. She was one of the Masters ambushed and stripped by the Thunderbolts as part of their plan to inflitrate the Cowl's base. After being pounded unconscious by Songbird, Joystick was left in a heap with a few of her teammates. (Thunderbolts I#24-25). Later Joystick joined the Thunderbolts and became Songbird's team mate.

  • Bloodtide is an Atlantean mutate and a member of the Fathom Five.

  • Dragonrider would join the sea-dwelling terrorist group called the Fathom Five. Fathom Five is the superhuman strike force that serve a renegade faction of Atlantean extremists called At'la'tique. Fathom Five consist of their leader Llyron, Sea Leopard, Bloodtide, Manowar and Dragonrider.