In 1942 the entire state of New York was terrorized by the Jelly Men protoplasmic creatures created by the Imperial Japanese army to ravage the United States. The creatures were slain by the Vision. In 1944, a group of gas racketeers working the shores of Long Island were involved in the blackmarket sale of gasoline during the heaviest rationing period of the war until they were stopped by the Sub-Mariner.
In the 1950s, during the height of the Cold War, Secret Service agent Kent Blake uncovered communist spies providing secrets to Chinese agents who were hidden in a sub off the coast of Long Island.
At a training camp in Upstate New York, Steven Rogers tried to make a new life for himself, working as a boxer until he heard about the Avengers disappearance and left to look for them.
Some time later, the Avengers were searching the Wasp, who had been kidnapped by Yellowjacket, in a small city in Upstate New York, where they spotted them as they were exiting city hall. Yellowjacket was attacked, but the Wasp stopped them, telling the group that they shouldn't fight Yellowjacket because they were going to be married.
At the doorstep of an Upstate New York monastery that was associated with the Knights Templar, an unidentified woman left a trio of Hellbent infants. The three Hellbent, named Ard, Tia, and Vor played within the monastery, continuing under the supervision of Gregori and Lauria. Once they discovered their powers and became known as the Cadre, they left the monastery heading to Manhattan. Meanwhile, Set led a group of Hellbent into the upstate New York monastery and slaughtered the Knights Templar stationed there. The next day, Chloe Tran accompanied the Hellbent trio back to their former home, where they found the corpses of Gregori and the rest of the monks stationed there. While Dementia, Shard, and Vortex dealt with their loss, Chloe checked the Archives and was surprised to find that even the back-up files on the trio were incomplete.
Points of Interest
- Annandale on Hudson
- Hyde Park
- King's Crossing
- Mount Athena
- New York
- Abercrombie Orphanage
- Adirondack Mountains
- Castner County Prison
- Catskill Mountains
- Cedar Sinai Hospital
- Christ's Crown
- Consolidated Edison
- Fenhoff Institute
- Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters, aka Institute for Higher Learning
- Doctor Doom's Castle
- New York State Prison
- Niagara Falls
- Ryan Chemicals Plant
- Sentinel Headquarters
- Serpent Citadel
- Sing Sing
- Hellfire Club Building
- Westchester County
Cora was Henry's wife.
Hector (New York) (Earth-616)
Henry (Farmer) (Earth-616)
Ivan (Actor) (Earth-616)
Jasper was renowned throughout the county for his stubborness and hair-trigger temper.
Kimberly Price (Earth-616)
Kimberly Price was a once beautiful actress who had rocketed to stardom at too young an age, and she had been trying to stay there ever since.
Ralph (New York) (Earth-616)
Rose (New York) (Earth-616)
Smith (Warden) (Earth-616)
Smith was the warden of a large, modern Upstate prison, which was given a prototype stun-ulator by Tony Stark. In the same occasion, detainee Living Laser escaped and teleported immediately, before Iron Man could stop him.
Gregori (Knight Templar) (Earth-616)
Gregori lived in the monastery where an unidentified woman left a trio of Hellbent infants, who would be known as the Cadre. Gregori raised the children, until, like the rest of the Knights Templar, he was slaughtered by the hellbents sent by Seth. His body was then found the next day by the Hellbent trio.
Lauria lived in the monastery where an unidentified woman left a trio of Hellbent infants, who would be known as the Cadre. Lauria helped Gregori supervise the children, until, like the rest of the Knights Templar, she was slaughtered by the hellbents sent by Seth.
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- Marvel Staff members who were born in New York State
Links and References
- ↑ Marvel Mystery Comics #31
- ↑ All Winners #13
- ↑ Kent Blake of the Secret Service #5
- ↑ Avengers #21
- ↑ Avengers #59
- ↑ Amazing Spider-Man #319
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 7.2 Web of Spider-Man Annual #9
- ↑ Fantastic Four Annual #2001
- ↑ 9.0 9.1 9.2 X-Men #24
- ↑ 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 Longshot #1
- ↑ 11.0 11.1 Incredible Hulk #180
- ↑ 12.0 12.1 12.2 Longshot #2
- ↑ Avengers Annual #1
- ↑ Longshot #4
- ↑ Longshot #5