The Initiative appears in 187 issues.
Topeka was the leader of The Harvesters, the premiere super team of Kansas.
Trauma is recruit of The Initiative currently training at Camp Hammond.
After the creation of Captain America during World War II, Trenton Craft was a test subject to create a version of Super-Soldier Serum that enhances mental capabilities as opposed to the physical ones improved by the original serum. It worked successfully on Craft but he couldn't control his powers.
Two-Gun Kid is a member of Desert Stars, the Initiative team of Arizona.
John Walker had his strength enhanced in hopes of being a hero for his country like his fallen brother. After a tenure upholding the mantle of Captain America, Walker re-established himself as U.S.Agent where he went on to have extensive service as a member of, and even leader to, the Avengers.
A Kree Super-Heroine? Impossible!
Suzy had some affiliations with the New Warriors. Because of this, she felt immense guilt after the Stamford incident, which lead her to join the Resistance.
Fought Nova as part of an unnamed group but is eventually killed by the Hood after he joins the Initiative.
Van was cloned from the body of Michael Van Patrick (MVP) of the Initiative after his death, and is one of the Initiative's Scarlet Spiders.
Vapor is a member of The U-Foes, the Initiative team of North Carolina.
Vector is a member of The U-Foes, the Initiative team of North Carolina.
Veda is a member of the Order. She spawns golems out of what surrounds her.
Venom (Mac Gargan) is currently a member of the Thunderbolts, the Initiative team of Colorado.
Member of the Initiatives Action Pack.
Thought of as the coolest Iron Man ever, this Iron Man suit "has all the fire power of a couple tanks, but handles like a tractor".
Member of the Shadow Initiative
An S&M fetishist who alongside her husband, Blacklash, joined the Initiative and became members of the Thunderbolts Initiative.
Whiz Kid works as a courier for Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway, she has superhuman speed.
She is currently a member of the Liberteens, the Initiative team of Philadelphia.
Previously a scientist, Jackson Arvad became Will o’ the Wisp after an accident caused his molecular structure to change, allowing him to control it at will.
One of the Avengers' long-standing members, and one of the powerhouse heroes of the Marvel Universe. No longer a member of the Initiative.
Ironclad is a member of The U-Foes, the Initiative team of North Carolina.
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