Whirlwind appears in 330 issues.
8-Ball went from a brilliant inventor to a bitter re-occurring villain for the hero Sleepwalker. A second 8-Ball has appeared working for the Hobgoblin
The 13th Baron in the Zemo bloodline. Helmut followed in the footsteps of his father before him, becoming an enemy of Captain America and the Avengers. In what could be his greatest scheme ever, Helmut masqueraded as Citizen V and led the Thunderbolts to public acclaim in order to conquer the world. In the end, he failed only because his cohorts desired to remain heroes and rebelled against him.
A member of Batroc's team, "Batroc's Brigade".
Janice Lincoln, daughter to the mobster Tombstone, is the current Beetle and a member of Boomerang's Sinister Six.
A young boy mutated by chemical, bent on avenging for the death of his father
The fourth person to take up the mantle. Worked for Mandarin's terrorist organization.
Daughter of Nekra and Grim Reaper, Death Reaper is a black magic user with a super-villain fetish.
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.
Egghead is a loathsome scientist who quickly became a nemesis to Hank Pym.
A technological genius, Fixer pursued a life of crime as a partner to Mentallo and later a member of the Masters of Evil. He later became a founding member of the heroic Thunderbolts and despite hating the idea of being a hero and has remained a mainstay ever since.
Freezer Burn teams up with Humbug, 8-Ball and Whirlwind and they manage to steal a microchip from Ricadonna. He would pay the price for his actions when Ricadonna sends Razorfist to eliminate him.
A costume-wearing criminal who is rumored to have cannibalistic tendencies. He went on to join the Masters of Evil and was later appointed to Norman Osborn's Thunderbolts squad to aid them during the Siege of Asgard.
The Hijacker was a minor criminal that used his Crime Tank called the Murder Machine to wreck havoc. He would meet his demise at the Bar with No Name as one of the victims of the Scourge of the Underworld.
Former villain that can communicate with insects.
Icemaster is an ice controlling villain. His original appearance was in a Hostess Fruit Pies ad.
Ulysses Klaw is a Dutch scientist and an arch enemy to Black Panther. He has a gun on his arm that turns sound into images. His body was converted into pure sound when he jumped into his sound converter machine.
Arthur Parks was a brilliant scientist in the field of laser research and design. He became a career criminal using laser technology, and then a being of pure living energy. He is an Iron Man enemy.
M'Baku is a worshipper of the sacred White Gorilla who was exiled from Wakanda because of his actions in leading the cult and betraying The Black Panther. A sacred ritual gives him apelike strength, agility and stamina, earning him the name Man-Ape.
Bruno Horgan is a former competitor of Tony Stark. He becomes the Melter and is considered one of Iron Man's deadliest foes. The Melter is eventually killed by the Scourge of the Underworld.
Chris Colchiss, or Melter, is a mutant with the power to melt any substance. He wishes to be a hero but isn't sure what is required of him to be one.
Whirlwind was one of several criminals, along with the Owl, who was sent to attack the Fantastic Four while under the influence Dr. Doom's Aggression Enhancer during the super-villain 'Acts of Vengeance'.
Porcupine was a member of the Batroc's Brigade along with Whirlwind.
The second person to don the Porcupine costume and a foe to Captain America and the Daughters of the Dragon. He was also a member of the Thunderbolts Army during Civil War. He recently became a more heroic person when he was employed by Spider-Woman.
A nuclear physicist and Communist agent in the People's Republic of China, Chen Lu is a Chinese superhero who's nationality has seen him come into conflict with American heroes. He has the ability to control and emit deadly forms of radiation.
MacDonald Gargan was a failing private investigator that was turned into the Scorpion with financial help from J.Jonah Jameson. He became the host of the Venom symbiote and was part of Norman Osborn's Dark Avengers. After it was taken by the US Government and he became The Scorpion once again.
Costumed villainy and heroism isn't for everybody, Wilbur Day sadly never learned that lesson and found himself being one of the most incompetent villains within the Marvel Universe.
Trapster and Whirlwind become partners as they battle Captain America together.
Ultron and Whirlwind have been allies at various times.
The Venom symbiote bonded with Spider-Man during his adventure in the first "Secret Wars" on the Beyonder's makeshift planet called Battleworld. Initially, he thought the symbiote was just a costume. However upon his discovery that it was sentient, he rejected it. Since then, the symbiote has bonded with several different hosts, the most well-known being Eddie Brock and Flash Thompson.
An anarchist villain who killed the Zodiac to steal their name.
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