Charles and his wife Lucy were taking a trip on a balloon when the casing was hit by a darting armor of Iron Man controlled by the Omnos making the ball fall with the unfortunate couple inside but fortunately during the fall the ball caught between the branches of a tree, slowing down the fall so that Charles and his wife were saved.
A resident of the village of Stockton, he was thrown out of the saloon and mocked by a local bully until the intervention of Kid Colt who came to the aid of Charlie and forced the bully to apologize.
Chaz was the leader of the bikers who harassed Connie.
Chuck (California) (Earth-616)
Chuck was a bodybuilder who witnessed the Inhumans landing on a private beach.
John was one of the victims of the madman posted high up at the roller coaster of San Diego's amusement park and firing his rifle through the crowd.
Judith (San Diego) (Earth-616)
Judith was a friend of Odin, whom she met in San Diego as a common mortal named Orrin. After helping the Ennead defeat Seth, Odin's full memory returned and he immediately left for Asgard, bidding farewell to her.
Melanie was a contestant of a web program, unaware that the whole show was controlled by Skrulls and its main purpose was to slaughter human beings as cattle. She was rescued by the Skrull Kill Krew.
Ruth was the host of her television show "Hello there, San Diego" and among her guests to interview was Peter Parker who presented his photo book "Webs".
Samuel (Down Acres) (Earth-616)
Samuel was one of the inhabitants of Down Acres, a "tent city" Magneto visited to investigate about Colton Hendry. He welcomed him, and after being demanded to tell what was wrong with the place, he revealed that a gang would regularly come and take by force people from Down Acres.
After Magneto killed the gang one night, Samuel was interrogated by S.H.I.E.L.D. the next day.
Stan was a contestant of a web program, unaware that the whole show was controlled by Skrulls and its main purpose was to slaughter human beings as cattle. He died when he failed three very difficult questions.