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Manhattan

Manhattan,NY
Information-silk Official Name
Manhattan
Information-silk Aliases
New York County, Spider-Island; Island of Spiders

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History

Manhattan is the heart of New York City. This is one of the world's leading financial, cultural, commercial, manufacturing, and medical centers.

The smallest and oldest borough, Manhattan is the most dense in population. Comprised of an island surrounded by Spuyten Duyvil Creek and the Harlem River, the Hudson River, Upper New York Bay, and the East River, Manhattan is approximately 31 square miles in size and also includes a small portion of the Bronx and several islands in the East River.

With over 1.5 million people packed into the small area, personal transportation in Manhattan is challenging at best. Most New Yorkers opt for public transportation as the city has one of the most extensive subway systems in the world which connect to national railroads in the main hubs of Grand Central Station and Penn Station. Taxis are plentiful, but be prepared to fight for one as they are in high demand. Streets are crowded with pedestrians as the busy New Yorkers spill out from the subway stations and go about their business.

The architecture of the city varies, but on the whole it has made a practice of preserving important landmarks while building on top of other structures after demolishing them. This has created a myriad of hidden tunnels and unused structures tucked away among the towering sky scrapers that dominate the landscape of Manhattan.

Manhattan refers both to the Island of Manhattan which borders the lower Hudson River, and also to the Borough of Manhattan (one of the five boroughs of New York City), which includes the Island of Manhattan itself, as well as several other smaller islands and a small portion of the mainland

Midtown Manhattan

Midtown is an area of Manhattan, New York City home to world-famous commercial buildings as Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, and the Empire State Building. Midtown, along with "Uptown" and "Downtown", is one of the three major subdivisions of Manhattan. Midtown Manhattan is indisputably the busiest single commercial district in the United States, and among the most intensely and diversely used pieces of real estate in the world. The great majority of New York City's skyscrapers, including its tallest hotels and apartment towers, lie within Midtown.

Upper East Side

The Upper East Side is a neighborhood in the borough of Manhattan in New York City, USA, between Central Park and the East River. Embedded within the Upper East Side are the neighborhoods of Yorkville, centered on 86th Street and Third Avenue, and Carnegie Hill, centered on 91st Street and Park Avenue and Lenox Hill centered on 69th Street and 1st Avenue.

Upper West Side

The Upper West Side is a neighborhood of the borough of Manhattan in New York City that lies between Central Park and the Hudson River above West 59th Street. Like the Upper East Side, the Upper West Side is primarily a residential and shopping area, with many of its residents working in more commercial areas in Midtown and Lower Manhattan.

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On this world, Manhattan is also a hub for Super-Human activity. The Fantastic Four, Ultimates, Spider-Man, and other super powered heroes and villains have been spotted in Manhattan, particularly in Mid-town. The fist and primary Triskelion is normally located on or around Manhattan as. Stark Tower and the Baxter Building are also in the locale as well.

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A map of New York City's Manhattan within Earth-616, complete with points of interest
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Points of Interest

Residents

Abel Tennison (Earth-616)

Abel Tennison (Earth-616)
Abel Tennison
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Abel Tennison was the manager of the bank robbed by Flesh.[1]

Alfi (Earth-616)

Alfi (Earth-616)
Alfi
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Alfi was one of the kids who guided Longshot to a monster at the Cloisters.[2]
They all witnessed Quark battle the demon, while Longshot left to let them fight it out.[3]

Alma (Earth-616)

Alma (Earth-616)
Alma
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Alma rented her Uptown top-floor apartment to Warren Worthington III.[4]
She and her husband Fred were awakened in the middle of the night when the Angel attacked the X-Men in his apartment.[5]

Anne Calderstock (Earth-616)

Anne Calderstock (Earth-616)
Anne Calderstock
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Anne Calderstock requested Jillian to bring Johnny Storm to her Midtown Manhattan penthouse to help her overcome her fear of fire[6].

Audrey (Earth-616)

Audrey (Earth-616)
Audrey
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Audrey was J. Jonah Jameson's and Marla Madison's housemaid.[7]

Bill (Reporter) (Earth-616)

Bill (Reporter) (Earth-616)
Bill
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Bill attended the press conference in the auditorium of the Avengers Mansion where they announced Hawkeye's membership as a replacement[8].

Blackie (Mechanic) (Earth-616)

Blackie (Mechanic) (Earth-616)
Blackie
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Blackie was a neighborhood garage workshop mechanic who jokingly scuffled with Johnny Storm, until their fighting was ended by Crystal[9].

Brandi (Earth-616)

Brandi (Earth-616)
Brandi
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Brandi worked as a waitress in a famous jazz club.[10]

Byron Snagel (Earth-616)

Byron Snagel (Earth-616)
Byron Snagel
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Byron Snagel was interviewed as an eyewitness by Daily Bugle reporter Ms. Brant in Midtown Manhattan.[11]

Carl Ryder (Earth-616)

Carl Ryder (Earth-616)
Carl Ryder
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Carl Ryder was a newscaster who reported of a string of crimes that were apparently being caused by the Black Panther[12].

Charles (Gradeschooler) (Earth-616)

Charles (Gradeschooler) (Earth-616)
Chuckie
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Charles was rescued by Spider-Man from a couple of bullies at a schoolyard in Lower Manhattan[13].

Clifford White (Earth-616)

Clifford White (Earth-616)
Mr. White
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Clifford White, thirty-one years old, devoted husband, father and druglord, was confronted and defeated by Nocturne and Puma.[14]

Comptroller Jones (Earth-616)

Comptroller Jones (Earth-616)
Comptroller Jones
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Comptroller Jones held a public ceremony when the Fantastic Four left the Baxter Building.[15]

Darla (Earth-616)

Darla (Earth-616)
Darla
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Darla fell in love with Longshot.[2]
She left him when Longshot didn't join Quark in his battle against Gog.[3]

Dave (Manhattan) (Earth-616)

Dave (Manhattan) (Earth-616)
Dave

Dave was Barb's boyfriend at the time she was kidnapped by Count Nefaria, whom he tried to stop him, but he was easily knocked off by the villain[16].

Davis (Earth-616)

Dr. Davis (Earth-616)
Dr. Davis
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Dr. Davis assisted Seward Trainer after his mind was lost into the cyberspace[17].
She told Ben Reilly that all Trainer's life signs were strong, but there was absolutely no brain activity[18].
Dr. Davis attempted to stop Dr. Octopus from stealing Trainer's body[19].

Dickens (Earth-616)

Dickens (Earth-616)
Mrs. Dickens
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Mrs. Dickens asked Cage to find her daughter's killer.[20]

Dingbat (Earth-616)

Dingbat (Earth-616)
Dingbat
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After killing a man for his money, Dingbat and Clyde chased Ghost Rider, but, after trapping him in an alley, they were shocked by his flaming skull and ran away[21].

Doris Stipple (Earth-616)

Doris Stipple (Earth-616)
Doris Stipple
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Doris Stipple was interviewed as an eyewitness by Daily Bugle reporter Ben Urich in Midtown Manhattan.[22]

Dunphy (Earth-616)

Dunphy (Earth-616)
Dunphy
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Dunphy was an I.N.S. agent who was stopped by Matthew Murdock from arresting Haitian refugeee Yves Chapoteau.[23]

Egg (Earth-616)

Egg (Earth-616)
Egg
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Egg was confronted and knocked out by Cage.[20]

Emil Greco (Earth-616)

Emil Greco (Earth-616)
Emil Greco
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Emil Greco was an illegal arms dealer who sold a stock of weapons to the Black Cat; he was then capture by Spider-Man[24].

Fiona Spencer (Earth-616)

Fiona Spencer (Earth-616)
Fiona Spencer
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Fiona Spencer was Mary Jane Watson-Parker's publicist, also interested in Peter Parker's portraiture work[25].

Fred (Manhattan) (Earth-616)

Fred (Manhattan) (Earth-616)
Fred
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Fred and his wife Alma were awakened in the middle of the night when the Angel attacked the X-Men in his apartment.[5]
Years later, Fred noticed the Avengers in a famous jazz club.[10]

Gianni Vermicelli (Earth-616)

Gianni Vermicelli (Earth-616)
Gianni Vermicelli
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Gianni Vermicelli was a stylist who hired Mary Jane Watson-Parker as the cover girl for his fall line.[26]

Gloria (Earth-616)

Gloria (Earth-616)
Gloria
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In an East-Side night club, Hawkeye showed Gloria his fascinating-looking Avengers signal ring[27].

Green (Earth-616)

Green (Earth-616)
Dr. Green

Dr. Green was one of the three skeptical scientists of the 'Twelfth Hour' television program, who were sucked into the Sixth Dimension by the Screaming Idol. They were eventually freed by Dr. Strange, who defeated Tiboro and cast a spell of forgetfulness so that knowledge of other realms and magic were still an unknown to the common man[28].

Harry Sloan (Earth-616)

Harry Sloan (Earth-616)
Harry Sloan
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Harry Sloan was a chef who unwinllingly knocked down the Rocket Racer.[29]

Harvey (Manhattan) (Earth-616)

Harvey (Manhattan) (Earth-616)
Harvey

Harvey and his partner organized a set-up to get the Avengers to leave the sanctity of the Avengers Mansion. so he could give them a summons[30].

Herb (Mobster) (Earth-616)

Herb (Mobster) (Earth-616)
Herb
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Herb was interrogated by Spider-Man about the Bull]]'s whereabouts.[31]

Herbert (Earth-616)

Herbert (Earth-616)
Herbert
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Herbert and his wife witnessed the Unholy Three capture Foggy Nelson right before their eyes, but he decided to get out and don't get involved.[32]

Hubert (Earth-616)

Hubert (Earth-616)
Hubert
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Television newscaster Hubert announced the top story about the Exemplars' giant stone construct over New York City.[33]

Irene Karnowsky (Earth-616)

Irene Karnowsky (Earth-616)
Irene Karnowsky
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Witness Irene Karnowsky testified before the Jury against Spider-Man, guilty of bringing the Venom symbiote to planet Earth[34].

Jack (Robber) (Earth-616)

Jack (Robber) (Earth-616)
Jack
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Jack and his partner were caught by Spider-Man after they tried to rob a church collection box at gunpoint.[35]

Jack Klyne (Earth-616)

Jack Klyne (Earth-616)
Jack Klyne
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Jack Klyne was a talk show host who invited General Thunderbolt Ross, Major Glenn Talbot and Rick Jones to talk about the menace of the Hulk[36].

James (Earth-616)

James (Earth-616)
Mr. James
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Mr. James was the director of the 'Twelfth Hour' television program. When the three panelists were sucked into the Sixth Dimension by the Screaming Idol, he immediately asked Dr. Strange to rescue them. Once done, Dr. Strange cast a spell of forgetfulness so that no one could remember what happened[28].

Jamie (Earth-616)

Jamie (Earth-616)
Jamie
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Jamie was a Burning Blade gangbanger[37].

Jamie (Cameraman) (Earth-616)

Jamie (Cameraman) (Earth-616)
Jamie
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Jamie was Sarah Chan's cameraman.[38]

Jason Clemons (Earth-616)

Jason Clemons (Earth-616)
Jason Clemons
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Vacationing Texans Jason Clemons and Troy Tyro took an unscheduled tour in a West Side warehouse, where they inadvertently set free a moving giant Spider-Man balloon[39].

JB (Earth-616)

JB (Earth-616)
JB
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JB was a TV network executive who accepted Spider-Man's offer to appear on one of the late night talk shows.[40]

Jed Schultz (Earth-616)

Jed Schultz (Earth-616)
Jed Schultz
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Jed Schultz was the Fantastic Enterprises' Chief Financial Officer.[41]

Jen (Earth-616)

Jen (Earth-616)
Jen
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Jen was saved by Spider-Man from an out of control truck.[42]

Jenny (Reporter) (Earth-616)

Jenny (Reporter) (Earth-616)
Jenny
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TV news reporter Jenny documented the Skrullian witchhunt which affected the United States during Captain America's absence.[43]

Jillian (Manhattan) (Earth-616)

Jillian (Earth-616)
Jillian
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At a charity bachelor auction, Jillian won a date with Johnny Storm for Anne Calderstock[6].

Jimmy (Mobster) (Earth-616)

Jimmy (Mobster) (Earth-616)
Jimmy
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Jimmy and Lonnie were caught by Spider-Man while they were about to drop Francis from a thirty-story building.[31]

Jocko (Manhattan) (Earth-616)

Jocko (Manhattan) (Earth-616)
Jocko
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Jocko was an old classmate of Matt Murdock, whom he used to bully[44].

Joe (Mechanic) (Earth-616)

Joe (Mechanic) (Earth-616)
Joe

Joe was a neighborhood garage workshop mechanic who was commissioned by Johnny Storm to fix his race car[9].

Joe (Reporter) (Earth-616)

Joe (Reporter) (Earth-616)
Joe
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Joe heard Jonathan Powers declare at the NYPD 11th Precint that he was going to announce Daredevil's secret identity in the center of the George Washington Bridge, so he decided to check him out and witnessed DD apparently commit the callous murder of Powers[45].

Jones (Earth-616)

Jones (Earth-616)
Jones
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Jones was a construction worker who was laying down cement where Spider-Man was buried by Brainstorm[46].

Jonnie Cobbins (Earth-616)

Jonnie Cobbins (Earth-616)
Jonnie Cobbins
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Jonnie Cobbins reported live from outside the Avengers Embassy.[47]

Karen Karlson (Earth-616)

Karen Karlson (Earth-616)
Karen Karlson
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W-RTO Eye on the News reporter Karen Karlson attempted to interview Spider-Man, who saved her from a crumbing building[48].

Keever (Earth-616)

Keever (Earth-616)
Keever
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Keever was an underground denizen who was instructed by Morbius to kidnap only the bad people.[49]
Believing to be bad everyone who lived above ground, Keever resulted in kidnapping random homeless people.[50]

Kourtney (Earth-616)

Kourtney (Earth-616)
Kourtney
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Kourtney was Johnny Storm's girlfriend.[41]
Kourtney eventually left Johnny for a movie star.[51]
She was later told by Johnny he was applying to work as a fireman.[52]

Lewis (Earth-616)

Lewis (Earth-616)
Lewis

Lewis was a second grade student whose class was guided by Mrs. Platt on the Liberty Island ferry[53].

Lonnie (Earth-616)

Lonnie (Earth-616)
Lonnie
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Lonnie and Jimmy were caught by Spider-Man while they were about to drop Francis from a thirty-story building.[31]

Louise (Earth-616)

Louise (Earth-616)
Louise

Louise and Harold mistook Edwin Jarvis for a bum, when he was looking for help after escaping from the Masters of Evil's hideout[54].

Manny (Drug Dealer) (Earth-616)

Manny (Drug Dealer) (Earth-616)
Manny
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Manny was a drug dealer working under Mr. White. Like his boss, he was confronted and defeated by Nocturne and Puma[14].

Mark (Earth-616)

Mark (Earth-616)
Mark
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Mark was the Secret Hospital soap opera director. He had to cut off a Mary Jane's scene, even if it was her only on-screen appearance[55].

Martha (Earth-616)

Martha
Martha

Despite Daily Bugle alarming claims, Martha was thankful to Spider-Man for saving her payroll and life, after he defeated the criminals who attempted to rob her office[56].

Marvin (Earth-616)

Marvin (Earth-616)
Marvin
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Marvin was a TV late night show host who briefly interviewed Spider-Man on his Midnight Show, before they were abruptly interrupted by Electro's attack[40].

Marvin (Manhattan) (Earth-616)

Marvin (Manhattan) (Earth-616)
Marvin

Marvin was on the subway train with Peter Parker when he was having a severe sinus headache.[57]

Matilda (Earth-616)

Matilda (Earth-616)
Matilda
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Matilda was an old woman who fainted when she saw Goliath scaling the building wall to reach Jan's apartment[58].

Mayhew (Earth-616)

Mayhew (Earth-616)
Miss Mayehw

Miss Mayhew witnessed the tremblings caused by the Earth's speeded-up rotation when the Mole Man attempted to increase the speed of the planet rotation on its axis[59].

Melissa (Nurse) (Earth-616)

Melissa (Nurse) (Earth-616)
Nurse Melissa
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Nurse Melissa allowed J. Jonah Jameson and his wife to visit Mattie Franklin.[35]

Michael Reilly (Earth-616)

Michael Reilly (Earth-616)
Dr. Reilly
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Dr. Michael Reilly was a high-priced psychiatrist, who was visited by Janet van Dyne, worried for Henry Pym's erratic behavior, and he greatly helped her improve their relationship[60].

Mighty Mouth Martin (Earth-616)

Mighty Mouth Martin (Earth-616)
Mighty Mouth Martin
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Mighty Mouth Martin was a two-bit hoodlum and informant, who told Spider-Man that the Scorpion was gathering a gang for a job against Cussler China shops[61].

Morris (Earth-616)

Morris (Earth-616)
Morris
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Morris was a modeling agent, who told Mary Jane Watson-Parker that the job she was expecting had been given to another model[62].

Myron (Earth-616)

Myron (Earth-616)
Myron
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Myron witnessed Norman Osborn being taken away by the Scrier.[38]

Naguro (Earth-616)

Naguro (Earth-616)
Mr. Naguro
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Mr. Naguro was a Japanese explosive dealer who attempted to sell the stolen nuclear triggers, but he was eventually defeated by Spider-Man and Bobster[63].

Nathaniel (Earth-616)

Nathaniel (Earth-616)
Nathaniel
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Nathaniel was a drunkard sailor who approached Human Torch and gave him advice to seek solace from his friends[64].

Pete Cooper (Earth-616)

Pete Cooper (Earth-616)
Pete Cooper
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Pete Cooper was in charge of repairing the New Warriors headquarters[65].

Phantasy Applebaum (Earth-616)

Phantasy Applebaum (Earth-616)
Phantasy Applebaum
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Phantasy Applebaum met Flash Thompson in Lower Manhattan.[66]

Phil (Cameraman) (Earth-616)

Phil (Cameraman) (Earth-616)
Phil

Phil was a cameraman who filmed Galactus building an elemental converter atop the Baxter Building[67].

Platt (Earth-616)

Platt (Earth-616)
Mrs. Platt
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Second grade teacher Mrs. Platt guided its class on the Liberty Island ferry[53].

Pollock (Earth-616)

Pollock (Earth-616)
Dr. Pollock

Dr. Pollock hosted a scientific demonstration for a radical new Gamma Radiation virus that released repressed emotions. When the demonstration went wrong, Doc Samson became irradiated with the virus and enraged with anger[13].
When the Hulk was infected by the virus, Doc Samson asked Dr. Pollock for a cure, but he confessed their research hadn't find one, yet[55].

Rachel (Earth-616)

Rachel (Earth-616)
Rachel
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Rachel reported the news about the battle between the Scarlet Spider and the Spidercide in the Daily Bugle Building[68].

Regina (Earth-616)

Regina (Earth-616)
Regina
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Regina was a friend of Mary Jane Watson-Parker[69].

Reuben Traid (Earth-616)

Reuben Traid (Earth-616)
Reuben Traid
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Uptown network television executive Reuben Traid told Mary Jane Watson-Parker that her part on Secret Hospital was reduced to a recurring role[34].

Richard Freedman (Earth-616)

Richard Freedman (Earth-616)
Richard Freedman
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Richard Freedman was attacked and robbed by Shock.[70]

Rosie (Earth-616)

Rosie (Earth-616)
Rosie
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Rosie hosted a charity bachelor auction attended by Tony Stark, Johnny Storm and Ben Grimm[6].

Sandy (Manhattan) (Earth-616)

Sandy (Manhattan) (Earth-616)
Sandy
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Sandy and Barb witnessed the Thunderbolts pursue the Rat Pack through the concrete canyons of Mid-Manhattan.[71]

Sarah Chan (Earth-616)

Sarah Chan (Earth-616)
Sarah Chan
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Eyewitness News Sarah Chan reported live from the scene of the aftermath of the latest battle between the Green Goblin and Spider-Man.[38]

Shakim Panzos (Earth-616)

Shakim Panzos (Earth-616)
Shakim Panzos
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Shakim Panzos used to be a Burning Blade gangbanger, until he was saved by Spider-Man from the Jagged Skulls and left the street life[37].

Sharon (Earth-616)

Sharon (Earth-616)
Sharon

Live from her downtown studio, TV announcer Sharon interviewed Bobster after he and Spider-Man captured Mr. Naguro and his would-be nuclear terrorists[63].

Schuyler (Earth-616)

Schuyler (Earth-616)
Dr. Schuyler
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Dr. Schuyler was one of the three skeptical scientists of the 'Twelfth Hour' television program, who were sucked into the Sixth Dimension by the Screaming Idol. They were eventually freed by Dr. Strange, who defeated Tiboro and cast a spell of forgetfulness so that knowledge of other realms and magic were still an unknown to the common man[28].

Seymour (Earth-616)

Seymour (Earth-616)
Seymour

Seymour was responsible for drawing up a contract for Spider-Man, in order for him to appear on one of the late night talk shows[40].

Shirl (Earth-616)

Shirl (Earth-616)
Shirl
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In an East-Side night club, Shirl wanted to see Hawkeye's fascinating-looking Avengers signal ring, but she carelessly dropped it, damaging its delicate miniature circuitry[27].

Shondaya Williams (Earth-616)

Shondaya Williams (Earth-616)
Shondaya Williams
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Shondaya Williams reported live the tense pro-black and anti-mutant protest outside the Avengers Mansion.[33]

Skuds (Earth-616)

Skuds (Earth-616)
Skuds
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Skuds was a street criminal defeated by the Scarlet Spider[72].

Stewart Schmidt (Earth-616)

Stewart Schmidt (Earth-616)
Stymie
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Stymie was an old classmate of Matt Murdock, whom he used to bully[44].

Stuart (Anchorman) (Earth-616)

Stuart (Anchorman) (Earth-616)
Stuart
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News anchor Stuart announced the murder of Henry Sturgess.[73]

Susie Karnowsky (Earth-616)

Susie Karnowsky (Earth-616)
Susie Karnowsky
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Six years old daughter of Irene Karnowsky, Susie went to a Midtown department store to see the clown Mister Laffy and ran across Venom, becoming so traumatized, she hasn't spoken a word since[34].

Swain (Earth-616)

Swain (Earth-616)
Swain
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Swain witnessed Captain America enter the Avengers Mansion to attend the wedding of the Wasp and Yellowjacket[74].

T. Barton Burrthrop (Earth-616)

T. Barton Burrthrop (Earth-616)
T. Barton Burrthrop
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United States government representative T. Barton Burrthrop attempted to take possession of the entire contents of the Four Freedoms Plaza, but couldn't find anything.[75]

Tom (Pilot) (Earth-616)

Tom (Pilot) (Earth-616)
Tom
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Tom and his co-pilot witnessed a flying man up high into the sky over Manhattan.[5]

Tomasi (Earth-616)

Tomasi (Earth-616)
Mr. Tomasi
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Mr. Tomasi was the Avengers' chef.[47]

Tom Snyde (Earth-616)

Tom Snyde (Earth-616)
Tom Snyde
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"Good Evening, New York" anchorman Tom Snyde attempted to interview Matt Murdock, but the blind lawyer left the studio as soon as he heard the news of Bullseye's hospital breakout[76].
During a special edition of "Good Evening, New York" broadcast live from Ryker's Island, Tom Snyde tried to interview Bullseye, who used it as a diversion to escape from prison, taking Snyde hostage[77].

Troy Tyro (Earth-616)

Troy Tyro (Earth-616)
Troy Tyro
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Vacationing Texans Troy Tyro and Jason Clemons took an unscheduled tour in a West Side warehouse, where they inadvertently set free a moving giant Spider-Man balloon[39].

Varasdi (Earth-616)

Varasdi (Earth-616)
Mrs. Varasdi
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Mrs. Varasdi was a divorced mother of two who came to Nelson and Murdock Law Office for an alimony request.[78]

Venus (Earth-616)

Venus (Earth-616)
Venus
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Venus was a club stripper.[20]

Watanabe (Earth-616)

Watanabe (Earth-616)
Mr. Watanabe
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Mr. Watanabe was a real-estate agent who presented to Mr. and Mrs. Parker an expensive apartment, which they couldn't afford[62].

Wendall (Earth-616)

Wendall (Earth-616)
Wendall
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Wendall was a friend of Jessica Carradine[79].

White (Earth-616)

White (Earth-616)
Nurse White
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Nurse White was working at the hospital where Joey was took by his parents. When he transformed into his monstrous form, he knocked out Nurse White and a doctor[80].

William Gant (Earth-616)

William Gant (Earth-616)
William Gant
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William Gant was a film maker pursued by Cardiac for producing documentaries on human suffering. He hired Styx and Stone as his bodyguards, although he told Spider-Man where to find them[81].

Wilson (Hoodlum) (Earth-616)

Wilson (Hoodlum) (Earth-616)
Wilson
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Wilson was a street hood who told Daredevil all he knew about the Owl's comeback[82].

Yves Chapoteau (Earth-616)

Yves Chapoteau (Earth-616)
Yves Chapoteau
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Yves Chapoteau was a Haitian refugee who asked Matthew Murdock for help.[23]

Former Residents

Hope Dickens (Earth-616)

Hope Dickens (Earth-616)
Hope Dickens
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Thirteen years old Hope Dickes was killed by a stray bullet during a drive-by.[20]

Hugo Kelsey (Earth-616)

Hugo Kelsey (Earth-616)
Hugo Kelsey
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Hugo Kelsey was a by-stander during a battle between Sin Eater and Spider-Man[83].
He died from gunshot wounds from a blast from Sin Eater's rifle[84].

Keshawn (Earth-616)

Keshawn (Earth-616)
Keshawn
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Keshawn was shot dead by Clifto.[85]

Marcus Devane (Earth-616)

Marcus Devane (Earth-616)
Marcus Devane
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Morelle Pharmaceuticals representative Marcus Devane was assigned to military research project Project: Sandstorm alongside ESU scientist Dr. Marla Madison. Incensed over the Daily Bugle's expose on Project: Sandstorm, Devane accused Madison of leaking information to her husband J. Jonah Jameson, and ordered her grad student Tony Trainer to begin their experiment with bio-samples from Quicksand and the Sandman. Despite Madison's intentions to conduct the experiment in the desert, Trainer proceeded. The bio-samples made contact, resulting in an explosion that mutated Trainer and killed Devane. In the confusion, Trainer believed that he had killed Devane[25].


Notes

  • During Spider-Island, the villain known as The Jackal, following orders of Spider-Queen, super-powered every human citizen with spider-powers, which later derived in mutations to giant spiders.


Trivia

  • No trivia.


See Also


Links and References

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Returning from their adventure back in the era of World War II, the Avengers walked down the streets to reach their headquarters and noticed that everyone was oddly staring at them[86].

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