Thing appears in 7225 issues.
Growing tired of his mechanic job, Abe Jenkins created a suit of armor and became the Beetle. Originally a criminal, he changed his ways as a member of the Thunderbolts, becoming a mainstay of the group and achieving legitimacy as a superhero.
Craving for the power of a Hulk, Emil Blonsky purposely had himself infected with triple the amount of gamma that the Hulk originally had. However, it turned him into a monstrous amphibious reptoid as being originally more than twice the strength of the normal calm Hulk, at the cost of never being human again.
Also called Dark Man was kept in check by the existence of Galactus. Abraxas wanted to use a weapon called the Ultimate Nullifier to destroy Earth-616 as well as all parallel realities. After the death of Galactus on Earth-616, Abraxas was free to rome all dimensions killing all other versions of Galactus he found. The Fantastic four was made to battle a number of Abraxas' followers before they went on a mission to recover the Ultimate Nullifier the only weapon that could destroy Abraxas.
An extremely violent boxer turned criminal, Loki bestowed his powers upon him, and he was transformed into the Absorbing Man, granting him powers to absorb any material and take on its properties. He is the on-again-off-again husband of Titania, and an enemy of Thor and Hulk.
A Skrull general.
Agent of Atlantis that battled the Fantastic Four
A geneticist who in a dystopic future was the creator of the Hound program which captured mutants wherein they were processed and used to hunt down their fellow mutants.
Ai Apaec is a Dark version of Spider-Man.
Gabriel Lan is a former Herald of Galactus known as Air-walker, his best friend Pyreus Kril succeeded him as The Firelord.
The mighty Thing delivers a hard punch to Akhenaten and it doesn't even phase him.
The creator of Wonderworld Amusement Park who kidnaps the Human Torch to use his nova flame powers for a sinister plan.
A cover figure for an android.
A dark mage who sold his soul to Mephisto. He was a founding member of MyS-Tech, and later one of the Techno-Wizards.
Gregorovich is an ambassador from Russia. He opposed the Inhumans being given sanctuary on the moon.
Ling is an ambassador from China. He opposed the Inhumans being given sanctuary on the moon.
Member of Halycon sent to earth the reclaim the Cosmic Cube from the Fantastic Four.
A super-strong mercenary and member of the Serpent Society.
Android Man goes after Alicia Masters and this causes a human Ben Grimm to attack the android. Android Man is able to defeat Ben Grimm in human form. However, seeing he has no other choice but to revert back to the grotesque Thing in order to protect his girlfriend, Ben makes the fateful decision and defeats Android Man as the Thing.
AKA the Living Death that Walks. Annihilus wears an armor (an insect exoskeleton) that shields him from most types of injury. He also carries the Cosmic Control Rod, a weapon that allows him to manipulate matter and project destructive energy. The rod also slows the aging process making Annihilus almost immortal. Annihilus has had many run-ins with the Fantastic Four the first being when Reed, Ben, and Jhonny entered Annihilus' territory, the Negative Zone.
Leader of the Other Side of Zero, a cult of the Negative Zone that wishes to bring the Annihilation Wave to the Positive Zone
Robot version of the Egyptian God. Member of the Pharaoh's Guard.
One of the very first mutants, Apocalypse is both thousands of years old and a monstrous tyrant that has been a longtime foe of the X-Men. Apocalypse believes that only the strongest (whether mutant or superhuman) should survive. His body is a mix of organics and powerful celestial technology, boosting his shapeshifting and other powers to god-like levels.
The Apocalypse Beast fought the Fantastic Four and Iron Man in Japan.
An Eternal, and A member of the Anachronauts, Apocryphus is sworn to follow Kang in the defense of Chronopolous.
The unfortunate member of the Fantastic Four. Ben is literally made of stone but has a big heart.
Formerly known as Water Wizard, Aqueduct is a super-villain with the ability to manipulate water.
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.
Arcadius is the Chancellor of the Genetics Council, determining how the Terrigen Mist should be used.
Ares is the son of Zeus and the Olympian God of War. After years of fighting against The Avengers, Thor, and mostly his own brother Hercules, Ares joined the ranks of the Avengers. He was a member of Tony Stark's official Avengers team and later Norman Osborn's Dark Avengers. After he attacked Osborn for tricking him in starting Siege on Asgard, he was stopped and killed by the Sentry.
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