Wolverine Enemies

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A long-lived mutant with the rage of a beast and the soul of a Samurai, James "Logan" Howlett's past is filled with blood, war, and betrayal. Possessing an accelerated healing factor, enhanced senses, and bone claws in his hands that, along with his skeleton, are coated in adamantium, Wolverine is the ultimate weapon.

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  • Wolverine alongside New Avengers and Dark Avengers battled against Ymir and his frost giants (Free Comic Book Day Vol 2009 #Avengers).

  • Master Khan appeared amidst the battled between Wolverine, Namor, Namorita, and the H'ylthri. Khan then banished Wolverine to a distant place and and obliterated the H'ylthri horde (Namor I#25).

  • The Whale was partnered with Big as leaders of a Hydra project to develop nanotechnology to use as a weapon.

  • Big was a Hydra agent who used Wolverine to track down the rogue scientist and former Big's partner - the Whale (Wolverine: Inner Fury).

  • Vex was a member of the Coven Cult that was responsible for trying to bring the Dark Age of Man to Earth at the end of each century. He was one of the three lower leaders of the Cult that served under the telepath Blood Shadow. He proved that he was a crafty strategist by setting a plan in place to have Wolverine kill their assassins so that he could read the intestines of the fallen cultist. Vex fought Wolverine along with Fetish and Satyr, when he attempted to steal the Tear of Heaven.

  • Blood Shadow was a telepath and able to predict all moves of his opponents by reading their mind. He had some advanced knowledge of the body which he showed by hitting his opponents at nerve clusters and vital areas. He was also the supreme leader of the Coven. He reminded Cyber of all his failures and then ordered Fetish to locate Kayla and Vex to read the future from the intestines of a beaten assassin. He ordered Fetish to finish Wolverine, but she failed. After Fetish, Satyr and Vex were defeated, he then opposed Wolverine by himself . Blood Shadow bragged about his mind reading powers and wasn't such an easy foe for Wolverine as the others were. He was able to duck all attacks of Wolverine and simultaneously beat him up by hitting nerve clusters and vital areas. Blood Shadow defeated Wolverine, who lost consciousness after a short fight. He stopped the fight between Wolverine and Cyber by pumping gas into their cell because they were meant to become sacrifices. He let them be shackled to an altar which was lowered into acid and began the summoning of the final Dark Age. He ordered Satyr to stop Wolverine and Cyber when they freed themselves. Blood Shadow lost the Tear of Heaven to Wolverine in the process. Blood Shadow followed Wolverine and Cyber together with all his warriors and Vex to the Temple of the Sun like it was planned before. Blood Shadow tasted that blood was spilled in the Temple of the Sun when he approached the temple and ordered his brethren to attack because the temple was no longer able to hold them back because it was desecrated. He entered the room where Wolverine was fighting against Cyber and tried to get Kayla for himself. He tapped too deep into the mind of Wolverine with his telepathic powers and unleashed the animal in him. Blood Shadow was not able to read his mind anymore and was killed by Wolverine (Marvel Comics Presents#132/1 (133/1-136/1)).

  • Tam was one of the Genoshan Magistrates who kidnapped several mutants from Xavier's School, including Storm, Boom Boom, Warlock, Wolfsbane, and Rictor, and teleported them all back to Genosha. Tam was one of four Magistrates who were pursuing Boom Boom and Rictor. But before they could apprehend them, the magistrates were attacked by Jubilee, Psylocke, and Wolverine. Tam stunned Wolverine, but she was then knocked out by Psylocke's psychic knife. Wolverine and Psylocke then took the magistrates' costumes, with Psylocke taking Tam's. Later, Havok came looking for Tam, and freaked when he saw Psylocke in her uniform (X-Men Vol. 1 #270-271).

  • When the Earth was still young an evil witch was turned into the monster Uncegila. For a long time the monster spread fear among natives all over North America. People disappeared or died under strange circumstances, grounds became infertile and the stories about her grew. Especially the Sioux were aware of her actions and told stories about Uncegila to warn others. The Sioux warned their enemies the Blackfoot that Uncegila was coming after them. For some time Uncegila turned animals near a Blackfoot camp into her Monster Children, but the Blackfoot council decided to keep quiet about it until they were sure that Uncegila was behind it. One day at the U.S./Canadian border a bear was turned into a Monster Child by Uncegila which later attacked a Blackfoot boy. Some time later once again a warped horse was found in the Blackfoot camp and Old Wolf Heart finally told his people about the Sioux's warning of Uncegila. Late in the night Uncegila crawled into the Blackfoot camp, overcame the guarding He Counts Horses and killed their horses. Uncegila then crawled around the hill next to the camp while Logan and the tribe's men came to the dead horses. Logan realized too late that they were tricked and Uncegila attacked the helpless women and children in the camp. Uncegila devoured Sparrow Hawk in front of Logan and the Blackfoot warriors and then disappeared into the ground again. Together with her children Uncegila slept in a cave. It was woken up by the noise Logan and Blind Owl made when they argued about who would attack the monster. It arose and was ready to attack his two foes. Uncegila was hit by a bullet into the head by Blind Owl, but she was only stunned for a few seconds by it. Uncegila attacked the blind boy again, but Logan jumped onto her back and stabbed her. This didn't hurt her too much either, but angered by the attack she threw Logan to the ground and tried to eat him. Logan was able to dodge her attack and cut out Uncegila's heart. The monster was killed and Logan returned with Blind Owl to the Blackfoot camp. Many years later Wolverine dreamt about this incident while he was in the same area and after he woke up he found Uncegila's skeleton again in the cave the monster died (Marvel Comics Presents I#94-98).

  • X-Man is an unknown child molester, who preyed upon unwary children and dressed up in a superhero costume to lure them away. Arriving at a playground, the man approached a young boy named Terrence and pretended to be an X-Man and offered to show him his special mutant power and some tricks if he would come with him. Just as he was about to snatch the young boy, the real X-Men arrived and he was held aloft by Wolverine who in turn offered to show him some tricks of his own (Be X-tra Safe with the X-Men#1).

  • Dr. Heimerdinger was a scientist who worked for Osborn's H.A.M.M.E.R. organization. After the fall of H.A.M.M.E.R. he hid himself and continued his research on cyborgs and came into conflict with Wolverine, Captain America, Fantomex and Noh-Varr until he was killed by a Deathlok from the future that his own ideas would create (Wolverine: Weapon X #13).

  • Grimm Chamber is a member of the Black Legion from Earth-295.

  • Demon-Ock came into conflict with the X-Men once again, who were aiding a team known as X-Force from another reality. Though the Black Legion managed to delay the joint teams' goals, Demon-Ock and many of the others were wounded in the fighting, Demon-Ock having his side ripped open by Wolverine's claws. However this injury did not seem to slow him down (Uncanny X-Force Vol 1 13).

  • A product of the Weapon Plus program who has a grudge against Fantomex.

  • Opting to make his opposition of Longshot and Dazzler's entertainment-free society public, Mojo II had the X-Man Wolverine captured then broadcasted footage of what he intended to be the death of Wolverine. Announcing to the public that his new televised fall line-up would involve the fall of Longshot's entertainment-free regime, Mojo II revealed his new television show Friday Night Fights, with its first fighter Wolverine, whom Mojo II planned to force to fight the Warwolves disguised as Wolverine's greatest foes. Longshot immediately overcame Mojo II's broadcast via the emergency broadcast system and warned the Mojoverse's residents to turn off their television sets, lest they build up Mojo II's ratings and doom the Mojoverse to another media-controlled dictatorship. As Mojo II's pirate network continued its airing of Wolverine's fights, Longshot, Dazzler and the diminutive X-Babies watched as Mojo II's ratings skyrocketed. The X-Babies soon burst into the fight, drawing Mojo II's attention, only to be told to sit the fight out instead of adding more to Mojo II's ratings. Eventually, the Mojoverse natives grew bored with watching Wolverine fight a one-sided fight and tuned out, taking away the ratings Mojo II had gained. Once the ratings fell to zero, the X-Babies were allowed to aid Wolverine against the Warwolves, prompting Mojo II to exclaim that the Mojoverse natives would be tuning in any time to see such a circus. As Wolverine, Dazzler, Longshot and the X-Babies defeated the Warwolves, Mojo II demanded they all get up and fight, insisting that the Warwolves would never work in the Mojoverse again and exclaiming that no one canceled Mojo II. Promising he would return, Mojo II's broadcast was turned off by Dazzler as they sent Wolverine back to Earth (Wolverine II#102.5 - BTS).

  • Cleevus was a member of the new iteration of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants following the war between Inhumans and the X-Men. Along with the other members of the Brotherhood, Cleevus attacked the United Nations Headquarters, being ultimately confronted by the X-Men. Cleevus and the Brotherhood later kidnapped the mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio. It was discovered by the X-Men that Cleevus had been brainwashed by the Brotherhood's leader, Mesmero, into joining the team and carrying out those attacks. Mesmero's control was eventually lifted, allowing Cleevus to leave the Brotherhood (X-Men: Gold Vol 2 #1-3).

  • The successor of the original Avalanche, this unknown mutant seemingly has the same powers as the original. He has joined the New Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.

  • The successor of the original Pyro, this unknown mutant seemingly has the same powers as the original. He has joined the New Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.

  • The Leviathon Mother was a giant and monstrous entity and the matriarch of the Leviathon Tide, who launched an invasion of Earth.

  • 0101 originated from the combination of a self-replicating nanite swarm and Sentinel A.I. The mutant thief Gambit was hired by Olivia Trask to steal the nanites from Nanostorm, Inc. with the intention to use it for military applications and make a profit out of that. When he learned of Olivia's intentions while delivering the vial containing the swarm, Gambit became suspicious of her and attempted to take back the vial. The swarm was released when one of Trask's guards knocked down Gambit. The nanites interfaced with Trask's computer systems, and mutated into a Sentinel-looking humanoid figure. The X-Men arrived to the scene once they were alerted by Gambit. 0101 fled after Kitty Pryde used her phasing powers to disrupt its tech. The heroes were quick to catch up with the robot due to the level of destruction it caused in its ensuing rampage through Manhattan. The X-Men discovered not only that 0101 split apart into smaller versions of itself, but also that it was targeting people with any kind of genetic mutation, from victims of cancer to people with colorblindness (X-Men: Gold Vol 2 #4-5).

  • The Bearded Lady joined Jutta's vengeance scheme against the Neuri and was mutated by Arnim Zola. When Jutta and her mutates attacked the Neuri, Wolverine and Nightcrawler the Bearded Lady entangled Nightcrawler with her beard, but Wolverine used his claws to cut off the beard and then knocked her out (Marvel Comics Presents I#105-106).

  • Jutta worked at the Jahrmarkt when Nightcrawler was still with them years ago. After Stefan Szardos' death she decided to avenge him and came up with a plan to kill the Neuri. Together with seven other Jahrmarkt performers she went to Arnim Zola to deliberately get mutated by him in a painful process. To further her plot she called Nightcrawler to lure out the Neuri. As Nightcrawler rejoined the Jahrmarkt Jutta stayed near him until one day the Neuri, that had been saved by Nightcrawler years ago, visited him. She killed the Neuri youth when Nightcrawler interrogated him and claimed it was the Neuri, who did it. Nightcrawler believed her and decided to avenge the youth's death. Jutta and her mutates followed Nightcrawler and Wolverine to the Neuri and were really to kill the monsters. Jutta tried to explain her actions to Nightcrawler and how much pain they had to go through to be able to avenge Stefan's death, but he saw her as nothing else than a murderous bigot. Jutta tried to kill Nightcrawler for his betrayal. Nightcrawler escaped her fire by teleporting away and then fought Jutta until Wolverine showed him that the castle the Neuri had fled to was on fire. Wolverine continued to fight Jutta and her mutates. Jutta ran to the castle while Wolverine fought the other Jahrmarkt mutates. She put another Neuri on fire, but before she could do any more damage Wolverine killed her with his claws (Marvel Comics Presents I#101-103, 105-108).

  • Strange and horrible bear who was tagged by Nathaniel Essex and stalked the Wolfish Man (Wolverine) and his wolf pack.

  • Anatoly Rasputin is a member of the Solntsevskaya Bratva. He is the paternal uncle of Colossus.

  • In British Columbia, Manta pursued a Chlorite alongside a Sentinel, Wolverine, and Guardian. Seeking to catalogue all mutants, they battled and defeated Mutant Force (Burner, Lifter, Peeper, Slither).

  • In British Columbia, Manta pursued a Chlorite alongside a Sentinel, Wolverine, and Guardian. Seeking to catalogue all mutants, they battled and defeated Mutant Force (Burner, Lifter, Peeper, Slither).

  • In British Columbia, Manta pursued a Chlorite alongside a Sentinel, Wolverine, and Guardian. Seeking to catalogue all mutants, they battled and defeated Mutant Force (Burner, Lifter, Peeper, Slither).

  • The Imperial Guard allied with the Diascar race, and pursued Chlorite refugees to Earth, with the intent of killing them. The X-Men (Professor X, Wolverine, Cyclops, Jean Grey, Nightcrawler, Rogue, Kitty Pryde, Lockheed) stood against the Guard (Smasher (Vrill Rokk), Manta, Blackthorn, N'rill'iree, Flashfire, Magique, Nightside). During the fight, Manta engulfed Wolverine in burning light, and later hit Jean Grey. Blackthorn animated corn to fight for him until Lockheed set him on fire, and Astra, who had been holding Shadowcat phased, had to rescue him. Magique used illusions to defeat Cyclops. Nightside engulfed some of the mutants in Darkforce until Wolverine slashed at her, pulling his blows. Smasher defeated Kitty before Nightcrawler stole his specs and Lockheed hit him with fire, but he managed to punch Rogue down. Before the fight could escalate further, Dr. Valerie Cooper arrived to break up the fight, having talked about the threat of the Chlorites with the Diascar, and the Imperial Guard and X-Men stood down. The Diascar placed a forcefield over a mutant community in Brazil. When the X-Men investigated, the Imperial Guard attacked, making sure to keep the X-Men out of the enclosure. Smasher burst into the ship, throwing devices to contain some of the team. When Kitty Pryde tried phasing into a team member to hide, Astra unphased her and Blackthorn poisoned her with a thorn. Smasher realized that all those under the dome would be dead within days.

  • Hydra Lieutenant and Baron von Strucker's lover.

  • The Lords of Light and Darkness were a group of scientists who were transformed into super humans when their government lab was destroyed by an earthquake and they were irradiated. When the detected the Phoenix onboard a plane nearby, they attacked the plane, hoping too use her energies to escape earth. They captured the Phoenix (Jean Grey) alongside her fellows X-Men (Cyclops, Colossus, Storm, Wolverine, Jean Grey, Banshee, Nightcrawler and Professor X) and Spider-Man. Eventually, they were transported into space by the combinned powers of the X-Men and Spider-Man where they transformed again into a phenomenon that was perceived from earth as a new star.

  • A member of the Lords of Light and Darkness.

  • A member of the Lords of Light and Darkness.

  • A member of the Lords of Light and Darkness.

  • A member of the Lords of Light and Darkness.

  • A member of the Lords of Light and Darkness.

  • A member of the Lords of Light and Darkness.

  • Back in Utopia, Emma Frost was attacked by her former students, the Hellions, who was revived by Selene as revenge. Only Cyclop's, Domino's and Wolverine's intervention saved her. However, Wolverine couldn't easily kill them (X-Necrosha Vol 1 #1).

  • The electrically charged Bevatron was the last individual to become a member of the original Hellions. He made only two appearances until he met his demise and was slaughtered by Trevor Fitzroy.

  • Catseye was a lavender-haired mutant possessing Ailuranthropy, the ability to shift between human, feline, and werecat forms. She was also a member of the Hellions, and a kindred spirit to Wolfsbane. Tragically, she was killed by Fitzroy, but later resurrected by Eli Bard to kill Emma Frost.

  • The super-strong mutant Beef, Buford Wilson, would be the second to the last mutant youth to be recruited into the original Hellions and the second to die at the hands of Fitzroy. Beef appeared only twice as part of the team before his death.

  • Jetstream was given cybernetic implants by the Hellfire Club. They were to protect him from his powers and to travel with self generated jet-like propulsion. He led the Hellions until his death.

  • Jennifer Stavros, the Hellion with luck-related abilities. As Roulette, she was able to psionically generate discs of 'luck', good or bad, to alter events.

  • A Creature From Krogarr was among the alien life-forms held by the Collector on his prison planet to protect them from Galactus. After Wolverine was thrown into his cell area, the Creature From Krogarr wound up attacking him, thinking that he was in league with the Collector. The fight ended when the mistake came to light (Wolverine I#136).

  • Ezra was wife of Rio de Janeiro detective Antonio Vargas and befriended his friend, Logan. Ezra vanished suddenly after being vampirized by an unidentified vampire. Ezra allied with St. Cyrus Leviticus, with their relationship having some romantic aspect to it. They plotted to facilitate a mass slaughter at the Carnaval, which would grant him the energy he needed, while simply allowing her to feast on blood. Ezra began to slaughter people in a series of attacks, which were investigated by local detective , who was actually Ezra's ex-husband before she had disappeared after being vampirized years before. Ezra was bewildered by St. Cyrus talking to himself (or to the alien to whom he was bound), and was yelled at for her insolence, though he subsequently kissed her and apologized for his actions per his alien's instructions. She later assaulted a group of criminals who had previously taken a beating after trying to rob a visiting Wolverine, vampirizing the lot of them (or making them slaves to St. Cyrus). St. Cyrus and Ezra waited in the apartment of Vargas, as he returned from a night of partying with his old friend Wolverine. One of Ezra's vampirized legions cracked the drunken Wolverine across the back of the head with a baseball bat, knocking him out. Ezra then allowed Vargas to recognize her as his wife before she drained him of blood, killing him. Seeking vengeance, Wolverine allowed himself to be captured by agents of St. Cyrus. While he was unconscious, Ezra fed on him repeatedly, enjoying the unique taste to his blood. When he awakened, Ezra fed on him again, but Wolverine broke free and battled her. They briefly struggled back and forth until Wolverine unsheathed his claws, at which point she fled, noting she had her own agenda, which did not include being skewered by him. As Wolverine departed by motorcycle after slaying St. Cyrus, Ezra secretly watched from a tree (Wolverine: Black Rio).

  • Symbiotic alien who became vampiric St. Cyrus Leviticus. He used energy from of dying souls to increase his force and power. St. Cyrus' blood massacre was stopped by Wolverine, who killed him.

  • X-Men (Colossus, Rogue, Psylocke, Neal Shaara, Wolverine, Angel, Cable and Nightcrawler) came into conflict with Twisted Sisters (X-Men Vol 2 #105).

  • Ringlet was one of the extra-dimensional mercenaries known as the Twisted Sisters.

  • Torque is one of the extra-dimensional mercenaries called the Twisted Sisters.

  • Gyre is one of the extra-dimensional mercenaries known as the Twisted Sisters.

  • The Walking Stiletto was among the collection of robots of the Reanimator. The Reanimator dispatched it against Wolverine and Nova when they invaded his base, but the Walking Stiletto was slashed and rendered inoperative by Wolverine (Wolverine II#149).

  • Wanderer is a member of the Goth.

  • The Goth is a figure in charge of various inter-dimensional slave-trading groups such as the Goth (the team) and the Crimson Pirates. The Goth feeds off of the life force of others and can release it in a blast of energy. During a battle with the X-Men, however, he becomes super-saturated with energy and Rogue, having accidentally absorbed Gambit's powers, pushed the Goth's power storage over the limit, killing him.

  • Beldame is a member of the Goth.

  • Sanguine is a member of the Goth.

  • Saskia was a member of the Neuri. She was killed by Wolverine.

  • A Savage land T-Rex bonded with the Venom Symbiote.

  • A member of the Acolytes.

  • Following an undocumented falling out with Exodus (Bennett du Paris), Gargouille and several of her fellow Acolytes left the fold and struck out on their own. When Mr. Sinister and his Marauders, among them new member Exodus, kidnapped the first mutant baby born since M-Day, the X-Men decided their best bet to getting a lead on Sinister was by chasing down the other former followers of Magneto. Angel spotted Gargouille leaving the safe house, trying to rake him with her claws as she attempted to make her mistake. While Colossus and Wolverine took care of her teammates inside the house, Gargouille hung around long enough to be surprised by Nightcrawler teleporting in overhead and knocking her out (Uncanny X-Men I#492).

  • Beginning his career as a circus performer where he helped train a young Hawkeye, Jacques DuQuesne later became the costumed mercenary Swordsman. He joined the Avengers, at first for nefarious reasons, but soon resolved to become a true Avenger when he fell in love with Mantis.

  • Spoor is a mutant with the power to induce violence and hatred in others through a pheromone he produces. He is a member of the Acolytes.

  • Static was an Acolyte who joined Cortez on his attack on the X-Men, and later fought against Acolytes loyal to Magneto.

  • Formerly the leader of the Serpent Society, Sidewinder is a retired villain with the ability of teleportation.

  • Simon Trask is the leader of "Humanity Now" Coalition and a mutant hater.

  • The Noble Knight of the Acolytes. This "knight" however is anything but noble, and is actually as monstrous and vicious as his own appearance suggests.

  • During Civil War, Sentry accompanied a S.H.I.E.L.D. squad to battle Wolverine.

  • The Cat is a master martial artist, and former secret agent of the People's Republic of China. His skill at melee and hand to hand combat rivals the top combatants in the Marvel Universe.

  • Saw Fist is a Lucha libre mask wearing member of a mercenary group called the Mongrels that are employed by a powerful organization called the Red Right Hand that has a personal vendetta against Wolverine. The Mongrels are hired to eliminate certain targets, particularly Wolverine's friends and loved ones. Saw Fist and the rest of the Mongrels which include Gunhawk, Cannon Foot, Fire Knives and Shadow Stalker come after Wolverine's girlfriend, Melita Garner at her work in the San Francisco Post building. The Mongrels kill two security guards and Cannon Foot catches Melita's scent. Cannon Foot finds Melita but he gets shot from a Skrull sonic disruptor that Logan gave his girlfriend. Cannon Foot is temporarily down and Melita escapes from the Mongrels with Mystique's help. Gunhawk informs the Red Right Hand that they lost Melita because of Mystique's interference. The Red Right Hand tells Gunhawk and the Mongrels to proceed to their next target in Madripoor. Sawfist and the Mongrels enter the Princess Bar in Madripoor and massacre the bouncers inside. Sawfist yells in Spanish as he goes buck wild with his chainsaw weapon while Gunhawk looks for the target. Gunhawk tells Tyger Tiger that Logan is in hell and burns down a room filled with photos, trinkets, mementos and other important possessions that Wolverine has collected in his lifetime.

  • Scanner was a loyal Acolyte of Magneto, who through her naivete and innocence occasionally aided the X-Men.

  • Phlopp is a newer member of Troll Associates that comes into conflict with Excalibur and the X-Men after they kidnap Alchemy's mother.

  • Phlopp is a newer member of Troll Associates that comes into conflict with Excalibur and the X-Men after they kidnap Alchemy's mother.

  • Phlopp is a newer member of Troll Associates that comes into conflict with Excalibur and the X-Men after they kidnap Alchemy's mother.

  • Phlopp is a newer member of Troll Associates that comes into conflict with Excalibur and the X-Men after they kidnap Alchemy's mother.

  • Phlopp is a newer member of Troll Associates that comes into conflict with Excalibur and the X-Men after they kidnap Alchemy's mother.

  • Phlopp is a newer member of Troll Associates that comes into conflict with Excalibur and the X-Men after they kidnap Alchemy's mother.

  • Phlopp is a newer member of Troll Associates that comes into conflict with Excalibur and the X-Men after they kidnap Alchemy's mother.

  • Phlopp is a newer member of Troll Associates that comes into conflict with Excalibur and the X-Men after they kidnap Alchemy's mother.

  • Phlopp is a newer member of Troll Associates that comes into conflict with Excalibur and the X-Men after they kidnap Alchemy's mother.

  • An agent of Siege Perilous working with the Hellfire Academy.

  • Grandaughter of Bolivar Trask.

  • Dark Mage who sold his soul to Mephisto for immortality.

  • Mustang was, against his will, one of the original Prime Sentinels to be converted in Operation: Zero Tolerance.

  • Some time in the 19th Century, Nanabozho granted the prayer of a boy, the lone survivor of a Navajo tribe slaughtered by American military, who craved vengeance against the white invaders. The Navajo child augmented by Nanabozho and encased in a massive, beastial coyote, known locally as the Navajo Coyote, went on a rampage killing many white locals until stopped by Wolverine (Wolverine Annual II#2) .

  • Neophyte is a pacifist member of the mutant fanatical group the Acolytes, who are religious followers of Magneto. Neophyte was tried for treason against the group, but has since rejoined their ranks. He was most recently seen as a resident of the mutant island Utopia.

  • An evil ancient wizard who absorbs the lifeforce of others to survive. He can assume the form of any of his past victims. He was the very first apprentice of the Ancient One, the future teacher of Dr Strange.

  • A member of the Hellfire Academy that looks like a female version of Mojo.

  • Prime Sentinel

  • Milan was one of the Acolytes who helped kidnap Moira MacTaggert, until she was later rescued by the X-Men. Milan later died on Avalon, the homebase of the Acolytes, when Holocaust attacked.

  • She is the director of Heritage Imitative Organization.

  • Magog is a creature in the service of Mojo.

  • Gog is a creature in the service of Mojo.

  • Katu is an Inuin and a living conduit of interatmospheric anomalies. He lost his arms in a battle with Omega Red and had cybernetic arms attached.

  • Blue-skinned princess from another dimension. Friend to Excalibur and love interest to Nightcrawler.

  • Lady Bullseye is an assassin that works for the Hand. A former sex slave of the Yakuza, she escaped after Daredevil's enemy Bullseye infiltrated and slaughtered the gang. His martial prowess served as the girl's inspiration.

  • Acolyte loyal to Magneto, who died at the hands of Holocaust when he broke free. Strangly enough he later returns without explanation.

  • Another person that was turned into a Prime Sentinel by Bastion. Had a brief history in X-Men Annual 2000

  • A time traveling conqueror with vast powers and technological supremacy. He has taken every opportunity to torment the Marvel Universe and is one of the Avengers greatest foes, Kang has amassed an empire with a citizenry of millions, and cut a swath of terror through the ages.

  • A Mischievous shape-shifter from the planet Poppup. Impossible Man has complete control over his molecular structure and reality warping abilities.

  • Exitar the Exterminator is a supermassive Celestial who, under Arishem the Judge's command, destroys worlds and purifies galaxies.

  • Debbie Bertrand is a mercenary who took the code name of Diamondback and became a supervillain during the Secret War.

  • Former ruler of the Shi'ar Empire and brother to both Lilandra and Deathbird.