Songbird appears in 551 issues.
Celestial who attacked Earth.
Known to Captain America and the Thunderbolts
A Chinese criminal who was used for genetic experiments by Armin Zola.
A former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent sent undercover, Constrictor soon became what he was trying to stop. Since joining the Initiative he has lost his arms and had them replaced with cybernetic implants that incorporate his trademark weapon of electrified metal coil whips.
Originally, Count Nefaria was just an ambitious Maggia Don who hired mad scientists and super-villains. Later, he became super-powered himself. He is one of the Avengers' most powerful enemies, although not one of their most recurring.
Doctor Maris Morlak was once a brilliant scientist who joined other scientists in forming the Enclave, an organization dedicated to the creation of life itself in hopes of creating a better Earth. Shinski shares the creation of Adam Warlock and Kismet and the resurrection of Jean Grey, who had been placed in a cocoon by the Phoenix Force.
Cyclone is a member of the Masters of Evil who was later recruited to join the Thunderbolts.
Songbird first time encountered the X-Men (Cyclops, Nightcrawler, Storm, Shadowcat and Wolverine) as Screaming Mimi in team Grapplers.
As a child, Matt Murdock was blinded by radioactive waste while trying to save an elderly stranger about to get hit by a truck carrying the dangerous material. In turn, his other senses were heightened to superhuman sharpness and he gained a form of "radar sense". By day, he is a successful trial lawyer; but by night, he guards Hell's Kitchen as Daredevil: the Man Without Fear.
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.
Sharra Neramani is a young and skilled Shi'ar warrior, who joined the Avengers, when she was exiled to Earth, and took upon the name Deathcry.
A woman who briefly assumed the mantle of Doctor Spectrum.
Dominex was created be the Quist in order to destroy any planet they were unable to take over.
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. Brock has also been forcibly bonded to the Toxin symbiote by the Crime Master, but has reluctantly given it up to stop Carnage. He has recently been rebonded with Venom.
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.
Ellis is an Ultra Sapien with the ability to copy the powers of other Ultra Sapiens near him. The Hunter-Killers use him to track down renegade Ultra Sapiens.
A prostitute from Beijing Armin Zola performed genetic experiments on.
Firearm is a member of The Jury.
Trained to be an assassin with her microwave-manipulating mutant powers, Firestar instead grew to be a popular hero. She spent years as a member of both the New Warriors and the Avengers, retired during Marvel's Civil War, and later joined the Young Allies. She is currently a member of the X-Men, while at the same time teaching physics at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.
Songbird is one of the veterans in the Thunderbolts. Also, one of the loudest members of the team.
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.
John Horton was a petty crook who was changed by a scientist working for the Secret Empire organization.
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