Thunderbolts appears in 731 issues.
Founding member in Incredible Hulk (1968) #449
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.
Joined Mayor Fisk's Thunderbolt Unit in Devil's Reign #1
Enlisted in Thunderbolts/Dark Avengers #175 as a replacement team after Luke Cage's team got lost in the timestream
Member of Thunderbolts army
Recruited by Kingpin for a new team during Knull's invasion
Moved in with her brother, already a member, in Thunderbolts (2006) #122
Joined Norman Osborn's first black ops team in Thunderbolts (2006) #100
Member of Thunderbolts Army
Two beings known as Asylum have been foes of the New Warriors. The first was a mental patient given powers as a member of the villain team Psionex. The second was a mutant supervillain also known as Darkling.
Dr. Heinrich Zemo was the 12th Baron Zemo and a Nazi war criminal. He is one of Captain America's greatest foes.
Ever since WWII, Baron Strucker has been causing misery and destruction, first as the Red Skull's second-in-command, later as ruler of the terrorist group HYDRA. It might be due to losing his position as a prince in the Prussian dynasty, or maybe he's just a real jerk. He wants total chaos and anarchy, and absolute control of the world. He also wants Nick Fury dead and all forms of democracy crushed.
One of three college students who stole Beetle armor from Abe Jenkins.
Former call girl and member of many organizations, most notably the Serpent Society and B.A.D. Girls Inc.
Joined Norman Osborn's second black ops team in Thunderbolts (2006) #128 posing as Yelena Belova.
Convinced by Hawkeye to defect from the Masters of Evil in Thunderbolts (1997) #65
A supervillain calling himself Blacklash who joined Zemo's Thunderbolts Army. He is married to a new Whiplash.
Joined in New Thunderbolts (2005) #17
Recruited by Abe Jenkins in New Thunderbolts (2005) #1
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.
Joined Luke Cage's prison team in Thunderbolts (2006) #157
Starts leading the team in Thunderbolts Vol. 3 #1
A U.S. army sergeant who was discharged and put into jail. He later became one of the strongest members of The Wrecking Crew.
An amalgam of Eelktra and Bullseye in Warp World.
Joined Norman Osborn's first black ops team in Civil War (2006) #4
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