Wrecker appears in 509 issues.
Joined in Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars (1984) #1
Committing crime with a crowbar, Garthwaite haphazardly robbed a hotel room occupied by a power-stripped Loki. Karnilla accidentally instilled Wrecker with divine Asgardian power.
Introduced as the nemesis to the Fantastic Four, the rotation has constantly changed but features the Wizard as its leader. Its current roster consists of the Wizard, Bulldozer (Marci Camp), Thunderball and Wrecker.
A group of empowered super-villains who allied with Akhenaten.
Ninety-nine super-villians chosen by Mephisto to kill the Beyonder.
Joined in Marvel Age Annual (1985) #1
Joined in Avengers (1963) #273
What began as Baron Zemo's plan for world domination became a superhero team comprised of super-villains seeking redemption only to be later reshuffled to act as Norman Osborn's personal hit squad before finally becoming a Government-sponsored prison reform project. Following the dissolution of the Thunderbolts, General Ross briefly formed an anti-terror vigilante group of the same name which eventually fell apart as well.
During the Civil War, the Thunderbolts were tasked with apprehending various superhumans in violation of the SHRA and enlisted them into an army against the Grandmaster.
The Wrecking Crew was a group of four criminals who were given godlike powers. They were occasional adversaries of Thor Odinson.
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