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Below is an index of residents of New York City. They exist on Earth-616 unless otherwise stated.


Resident Index of New York City

Adamson (Earth-616)

Adamson (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 503 0001

Adamson

Adamson was Tso Zhung's personal assistant.[1]

Al (Earth-616)

Al (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 105 0001

Al

Al and Rocky were caught during an attempted car theft by Hulk and Betty Ross. As the Hulk scared off the crooks, he begans to change back into Bruce Banner. Taking advantage of this, Rocky took a shot at Bruce and they both fled away.[2]
A short time later, Al was defeated by Clea when his gang assaulted her and Wong.[3]

Albert (Thug) (Earth-616)

Albert was a thug who confronted Tony MacDonald at the Eastside High School and sparked a random shooting.[4]

Aleshia (Earth-616)

Aleshia (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 416 0001

Aleshia

Aleshia defended the mutants from Kadril's accusations of killing Captain America during Onslaught.[5]

Alfred (Earth-616)

Alfred (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 202 001

Alfred

Alfred was one of Lorenzo Jacobi's henchmen.[6]

Alison (Earth-616)

Alison (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 383 0001

Alison

As she was watching the Metamorphosis act by Nadia Dornova in Broadway, Alison suddenly felt a little strange and disappeared in thin air.[7]

Amy (Groupie) (Earth-616)

Amy (Groupie) (Earth-616) from Alias Vol 1 7 0001

Amy

Amy approached Jessica Jones during her investigation on Rick Jones, directing her to the bar Ultimate where Jones used to perform.[8]

Angel (Earth-616)

Angel (Earth-616) from Mosaic Vol 1 1 001

Angel

Angel was a friend of Beto on whom he had a crush.[9]

Angela (Earth-616)

Angela (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 83 0001

Angela

Angela was saved by Paul Stacy from a building on fire.[10]

Angelina (Earth-616)

Angelina (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 17 0001

Angelina

Angelina was a little girl who, despite Spider-Man's efforts, was about to die due to the accidental explosion of a nearby cooling-machine full of freon. She and Spidey were eventually spared by Death and brought back to life[11].

Ann (Reporter) (Earth-616)

Ann (Reporter) (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 92 0001

Ann

Ann received the news from the press conference where Trapster publicly confessed to have killed Joey Z, framing Spider-Man for murder.[12]

Arnie (Pusher) (Earth-616)

Arnie (Pusher) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 202 001

Arnie

Arnie was one of Lorenzo Jacobi's drug dealers.[6]

Arnold (Electro) (Earth-616)

Arnold (Electro) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 21 001

Arnold

Arnold was one of Electro's henchmen who helped him escape from a NYPD paddy wagon.[13]

Arthur (NYC) (Earth-616)

Arthur (NYC) (Earth-616) from Eternals Vol 1 16 001

Arthur

Arthur witnessed the Cosmic Hulk leaping from building to building.[14]

Babe (Earth-616)

Babe (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 303 0001

Babe

Babe was one of Pete London's henchmen, who mistook Daredevil for an enemy and tried to attack him, but he was quickly rebuked by Pete London[15].

Balin (NYC) (Earth-616)

Balin (Earth-616) from Ghost Rider Annual Vol 3 1 0001

Mr. Balin

Mr. Balin was attacked by the Night Terror in the intelligence station where he escaped from.[16]

Barney (Earth-616)

Barney (Earth-616) from Marvel Spotlight Vol 1 7 0001

Barney

Barney and Harvey chased the Ghost Rider on the Long Island Expressway for having exceeded the speed limit, but he eventually managed to escape them[17].

Benny (Earth-616)

Benny (Earth-616) from Captain America Patriot Vol 1 2 001

Benny

Benny was a penicillin smuggler that was captured by Miss Patriot.[18]

Bernie (Earth-616)

Bernie (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 147 001

Bernie

...[19]

Bert (NYC) (Earth-616)

Bert (NYC) (Earth-616) from Deadpool Sins of the Past Vol 1 1 0001

Bert

Bert was the owner of one of Deadpool's favorite bar, which was attacked and raided by Black Tom's mercenaries[20].

Big Albert (Earth-616)

Big Albert (Earth-616)

Big Albert

Big Albert was a member of the Grady Gang, who was defeated by the Avenging Angel.[21]

Big Eddie (Earth-616)

Big Eddie (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 59 001

Big Eddie

Big Eddie, together with Charlie and Rocky, was caught stealing fur coats by Yellowjacket, who defeated them and delivered them to the police.[22]

Bill (NYC) (Earth-616)

Bill (NYC) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 173 001

Bill

Bill was a neighbor of Betsy Beatty.[23]

Billy (Kid) (Earth-616)

Billy (Central Park) (Earth-616) from Amazing Adventures Vol 1 5 001

Billy

Billy was a kid who witnessed Monsteroso rising from under the earth into the Central Park Zoo.[24]
Several years later, Billy's father died for a brain tumor, despite Stephen Strange's efforts to cure him.[25]

Bob (Announcer) (Earth-616)

Bob (Announcer) (Earth-616)

Bob

Bob was a Channel 9 News announcer who witnessed Peter Parker declaring his mistake of registering his identity, giving his allegiance to the non-registered, and giving a description of the Negative Zone Prison, where the caught superhumans were imprisoned for life during the Civil War.[26]

Bobby (Times Square) (Earth-616)

Bobby (Earth-616) from Amazing Adult Fantasy Vol 1 7 0001

Bobby befriended an alien child whose ship had landed on Times Square.[27]

Boinard (Earth-616)

Boinard (Earth-616)

Boinard

Boinard with Blackie and other crooks, was captured by Spider-Man during a robbery trumped-up by the Green Goblin[28].

Brad (NYC) (Earth-616)

Brad (NYC) (Earth-616)

Brad

Brad and Mikey were two bicyclists who were caught by Spider-Man after causing an accident.[29]

Brentano (Earth-616)

Brentano (Earth-616) from Marvel Team-Up Vol 1 100 001

Brentano

Brentano was ordered by General Nguyen Ngoc Coy to observe and test the children for any sort of paranormal psychic ability; should they lack such talents, his organization would have put them to other profitable uses. He eventually surrender to Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four.[30]

Brett (News Anchor) (Earth-616)

Brett (News Anchor) (Earth-616) from Captain America Sam Wilson Vol 1 13 001

Brett

CBA News anchor Brett hosted Harry Hauser to talk about Sam Wilson's battle against U.S.Agent.[31]

Browning (Earth-616)

Browning (Earth-616)

Mr. Browning

Mr. Browning was an hospital ward at Ryan Mental Hospital killed by the Master of Vengeance[32].

Bruno (Earth-616)

Bruno (Earth-616)

Bruno

Bruno was one of Amos Jardine's employees, whp escorted Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson to the door, after Parker asked Jardine questions about the Man-Thing[33].

Campbell (Earth-616)

Campbell (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 285 001

Campbell

Campbell was in charge of the construction of the Fantastic Four's new headquarters[34].

Carl (Reporter) (Earth-616)

Carl (Reporter) (Earth-616)

Carl

Carl reported live from the press conference where Trapster publicly confessed to have killed Joey Z, framing Spider-Man for murder.[12]

Carlie (Earth-616)

Carlie (Earth-616)

Carlie

Carlie reported an attempt to capture Deathlok in Coney Island, being saved when Harlan Ryker ordered Ian Wajler to destroy the news helicopter.[35]

Carmelo (Earth-616)

Carmelo (Earth-616)

Carmelo

Vito and Carmelo, two of Hammerhead's henchmen, were confronted by Spider-Man, who took the captured Eel away from them.[36]

Carol (Earth-616)

Carol (Earth-616)

Carol

Carol and Harold witnessed Mr. Hyde getting out the elevator at the ballroom level reserved for Joe Robertson's farewell party.[37]
She supposedly was Brad's girlfriend.[29]

Casey (NYC) (Earth-616)

Casey (NYC) (Earth-616)

Casey

Casey hired Ben Grimm as a construction worker.[38]

Cawley (Earth-616)

Cawley (Earth-616)

Mr. Cawley

F.A.A. representative Mr. Cawley was contacted by Iron Man to track the plane which was hijacked by Moses Magnum.[39]

Charles (Earth-616)

Charles (Earth-616)

Charles

On an abandoned stretch of the West Side waterfront, Charles hit Elektra with a tranquilizer dart, knocking her out.[40]

Charley (Guard) (Earth-616)

Charley (Guard) (Earth-616)

Charley

Charley was a corrupt prison guard who didn't help Alan Fagan.[41]

Charlie (Earth-616)

Charlie (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 250 001

Charlie

Charlie was part of Samuel T. Underwood's staff and worked to convince Captain America to run for President.[42]

Charlie (Construction Worker) (Earth-616)

Charlie (Construction Worker) (Earth-616) from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 49 001

Charlie (Construction Worker)

Charlie and Rocco witnessed the Angel steal some T.N.T. and fly away with it. [43]

Charlie (Musician) (Earth-616)

Charlie (Musician) (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 125 001

Charlie

Charlie was a musician who witnessed Hercules eating a grand meal in a dinner club.[44]

Charlie (NYC) (Earth-616)

Charles (NYC) (Earth-616)

Charlie

Charlie was a fan of the Fantastic Four and a friend of Johnny Storm.[45][46]
Charlie witnessed Thor plummeting to the ground like a streak.[44]
Charlie later encountered Cyclops in Manhattan.[47]
He ran terrified when he witnessed Triton arrived at a pier in New York City.[48]
Charlie later came across Doctor Strange and Clea while driving around the Greenwich Village.[49]

Charlie (Prison Guard) (Earth-616)

Charlie (Prison Guard) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 539 0003

Charlie

Charlie was a corrupt prison guard.[50] He helped Kingpin dealing with Spider-Man.[51]

Charlie (Reporter) (Earth-616)

Charlie (Reporter) (Earth-616) from Kingpin Vol 1 4 001

Charlie

Charlie was one of the reporters who attended Senator Myles Clennon's press conference at his country estate in Westchester County.[52]

Charlie (Sewer Worker) (Earth-616)

Charlie (Sewer Worker) (Earth-616)

Charlie

Charlie was a sewer worker who witnessed the Abomination wandering the New York sewers.[7]

Charlotte (Earth-616)

Charlotte (Earth-616)

Charlotte

Charlotte was saved by Nightcrawler from a fall of construction bricks.[53]

Chelsea (Earth-616)

Chelsea (Earth-616) from Mosaic Vol 1 1 001

Chelsea

Chelsea was an acquaintance of Fife.[9]

Chesterton (Earth-616)

Chesterton (Earth-616)

Mr. Chesterton

Mr. Chesterton was a representative for the council of crime bosses in New York City, who told Tombstone that his application had been rejected because of Nick Kaska[54].

Chico (Earth-616)

Chico (Earth-616)

Chico

Chico was a club bouncer who happened to know Johnny Storm.[55]

Choll (Earth-616)

Choll (Earth-616) from Captain America What Price Glory Vol 1 1 001

Choll

Choll was one of the mobsters who were confronted Captain America for roughing up Jimmy Sanders.[56]

Chuck (Anchorman) (Earth-616)

Chuck (Anchorman) (Earth-616)

Chuck

Chuck and Jane Hanson reported Billy O'Koren's acquittal of the charge of second degree murder in the slaying of Flapper.[57]
Chuck and Katy reported the news about Bloody Mary's serial beatings.[58]

Clancy (Pilot) (Earth-616)

Clancy (Pilot) (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 97 001

Clancy

Clancy was a Starcore jet pilot who was saved from Havok's attack at JFK Airport by Nightcrawler.[59]

Conner (Earth-616)

Conner (Earth-616)

Conner

Sean's son, Conner was rescued by Spider-Man from a building on fire.[60]

Cooley (Earth-616)

Cooley (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 285 001

Cooley

Cooley was one of the schoolmates who were bullying Thomas H. Hanson[34].

Cosgrove (Earth-616)

Cosgrove (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 47 001

Mr. Cosgrove

Mr. Cosgrove was a night club owner whose cash box was robbed by Trago.[61]

Crystal (Saint Vincent's Hospital) (Earth-616)

Crystal is a nurse at Saint Vincent's Hospital. She was on duty at the station outside Tempest Monroe's hospital room when Cecelia Monroe came to visit her comatose daughter.[62]

Curtis (Earth-616)

Curtis (Earth-616)

Curtis

Curtis was one of the ball court punks who were reprimanded by Spider-Man.[29]
Some time later, he was attacked by the Anti-Venom in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.[63]

Dan (Radar Technician) (Earth-616)

Dan (Radar Technician) (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 84 001

Dan

Dan was a non-commissioned officer who ordered to switch on red alert as soon as an unidentified blip was plunging toward Midtown, approaching from inland.[64]

Daniel (Earth-616)

Daniel (Earth-616)

Daniel

Daniel was the wing commander of the ocean liner upon which Carol Danvers noticed the battle between Spider-Man, the Human Torch and the Super Skrull.[65]
He then witnessed the Super Skrull attacking the cruise ship.[66]

Darlene (Nurse) (Earth-616)

Darlene (Earth-616)

Darlene

Darlene was a nurse at the New York Hospital who disliked Captain America's decision to oppose the Superhuman Registration Act.[67]

Dave (Scientist) (Earth-616)

Dave (Scientist)

Dave

Dave was a scientist at the Institute of Seismoharmonic Research who witnessed the Swarm attack the research facility.[68]
Dave was taken hostage by Swarm, until he was defeated by Spider-Man.[69]

Danny (NYC) (Earth-616)

Danny (NYC) (Earth-616)

Danny

Danny was one of Cassie Lang's schoolmates.[70]

Debra (Earth-616)

Debra (Earth-616) from Captain America Annual Vol 1 1999 001

Debra

Debra was a TV reporter at WNBC who publicly announced the major libel suit brought by Roxxon Oil against the Daily Bugle[71].

Denton (Earth-616)

Denton (Earth-616)

Ms. Denton

Ms. Denton thanked Iron Man for his assistance at the Avalon Trading Company.[72]

Diane (Earth-616)

Diane (Earth-616)

Diane

Diane witnessed Carnage kill accountant Martin Skolburg[73].

Dirk (Earth-616)

Dirk (Earth-616)

Dirk

Dirk was a divorce lawyer who was introduced to J. Jonah Jameson by his wife[74].

Dis (Earth-616)

Dis (Earth-616)

Dis

Dis was a gang member who was attacked by the Night Terror.[16]

Dixie (Camerawoman) (Earth-616)

Dixie (Camerawoman) (Earth-616)

Dixie

Dixie reported an attempt to capture Deathlok in Coney Island, being saved when Harlan Ryker ordered Ian Wajler to destroy the news helicopter.[35]

Donna (Liberty Island) (Earth-616)

Donna (Liberty Island) (Earth-616)

Donna

Donna reported the battle between the Thunderbolts and the Wrecking Crew on Liberty Island.[75]

Dooley (Earth-616)

Dooley (Earth-616)

Dooley

Dooley bought Peter Parker's stolen credit cards from Sean Boyle at the Blind Spot.[76]
He killed him when he later tried to retrieve them.[77]

Duff (Earth-616)

Duff (Earth-616)

Duff

Duff was a street thug who was confronted and defeated by Puma.[78]

Earl (News Anchor) (Earth-616)

Earl (News Anchor) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 173 001

Earl

Earl was a news anchor who announced that Michael Reese and Melvin Potter were dead ringers.[23]

Eddie (Electro) (Earth-616)

Eddie (Electro) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 21 001

Eddie

Eddie was one of Electro's henchmen who helped him escape from a NYPD paddy wagon.[13]

Eddie (Thug) (Earth-616)

Eddie (Thug) (Earth-616)

Eddie

Eddie and another thug attacked Bishop, only to be rescued by him from Mountjoy's assault.[79]

Eduardo (Earth-616)

Eduardo (Earth-616)

Eduardo

Eduardo was a television reporter.[75]

Elio (Earth-616)

Elio (Earth-616)

Elio

Elio was a construction worker at the George Washington Bridge who met Spider-Man after the Spider-Island event.[80]

Ella (Earth-616)

Ella (Earth-616)

Ella

Ella was one of Doktor Suhner's patients.[81]

Ellen (Earth-616)

Ellen (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 108 001

Ellen

Ellen was Johnny Storm's date for a big charity masquerade ball.[82]

Elvis (Earth-616)

Elvis (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 361 001

Elvis

Elvis was the son of a woman who used to hang with Cletus Kasady.[83]

Emily (Earth-616)

Emily (Earth-616)

Emily

Emily was one of Reed Richards' co-worker.[84]

Fagan (Earth-616)

Fagan (Earth-616)

Mr. Fagan

Mr. Fagan was an hospital ward at Ryan Mental Hospital killed by the Master of Vengeance[32].

Fast Charlie (Earth-616)

Fast Charlie (Earth-616)

Fast Charlie

Fast Charlie was beaten by Bloody Mary for abusing his wife.[58]

Felden (Earth-616)

Felden (Earth-616)

Mr. Felden

Mr. Felden was a landlord from Staten Island who met the Fantastic Four while they were looking for a new home.[85]

Fine (Earth-616)

Fine (Earth-616)

Doctor Fine

Doctor Fine gave Peter Parker a chance to find the money for his aunt's hospital bill.[86]
A while later, Dr. Fine asked Foggy Nelson to talk with the children hospitalized in the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.[87]

Fiver (Earth-616)

Fiver (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 159 001

Fiver

Fiver was a thug who was knocked out by Daredevil.[88]

Floyd (Earth-616)

Floyd (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 173 001

Floyd

Floyd was a news anchor who annouced that Michael Reese and Melvin Potter were dead ringers.[23]

Folsome (Earth-616)

Folsome (Earth-616)

Dr. Folsome

Dr. Folsome assisted Mary Jane Watson-Parker in delivering her baby at the New York Hospital.[89]
Folsome then immediately kidnapped her husband Peter Parker.[90]

Frank (Simon Steele) (Earth-616)

Frank (Simon Steele) (Earth-616)

Frank

Frank was one Simon Steele's men, who arrested Dominic Fortune when he sneaked inside the Mississippi Queen[91].

Franco (Earth-616)

Franco (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 38 001

Franco

Franco was one of Jonah's henchmen who were confronted by Iron Man.[92]

Frank (Cameraman) (Earth-616)

Frank (Cameraman) (Earth-616)

Frank

Frank was a cameraman who covered the violent outbursts in New York City which followed the manhunt for Curt Connors.[93]

Frank (NYC) (Earth-616)

Frank (NYC) (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 111 001

Frank

Frank was a fan of the Human Torch.[94]

Frank (Osborn) (Earth-616)

Frank (Osborn) (Earth-616)

Frank

Frank was a Osborn Industries security guard who confronted Shadrac.[95]

Frank (Sewer Worker) (Earth-616)

Frank (Sewer Worker) (Earth-616)

Frank

Frank was a sewer worker who witnessed the Abomination wandering the New York sewers.[7]

Frankie (East River) (Earth-616)

Frankie (East River) (Earth-616)

Frankie

Frankie fled as soon as he witnessed the Zombie climbing out the East River.[96]

Fred (NYC) (Earth-616)

Fred (NYC) (Earth-616) from Eternals Vol 1 16 001

Fred

Fred and his family watched the news about the Cosmic Hulk.[14]

Fred (Reporter) (Earth-616)

Fred (Reporter) (Earth-616) from Kingpin Vol 1 5 001

Fred

Fred used to work together with Phil Sheldon.[97]
He was one of the reporters who attended Senator Bianco's press conference.[98]

Frosty (Earth-616)

Frosty (Earth-616)

Frosty

Frosty and Gooch Herbert hassled the teenage Francis Klum for using the sophomore washroom. Before they could pummel him, Francis' older brother Garrison intervened, beating up Herbert and smashing his face into a urinal[99].

Gabe (Earth-616)

Gabe (Earth-616) from The Superior Foes of Spider-Man Vol 1 11 001

Gabe

Gabe was a drunk who was ambushed by Grizzly when the bar closed.[100]

Gabriel (Earth-616)

Gabriel (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 80 0001

Gabriel

Vinnie's son, Gabriel was rescued by Spider-Man from Hydra agents.[101]

Garth (Earth-616)

Garth (Earth-616)

Garth

Garth was one of Mary Jane Watson-Parker's bodyguards while walking through Fifth Avenue.[102]

Gary (Daily Grind) (Earth-616)

Gary (Daily Grind) (Earth-616)

Gary

Gary was a Centennial University student who used to hang out at the Daily Grind.[103]
He was often seen with Desiree Winthrop]].[104]

Geoff (Earth-616)

Geoff (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 23 001

Geoff

Geoff was a sailor who met and married Cheryl Porter. During their honeymoon, he was serving on the smuggling ship used to bring the Titanium Man in the United States[105].

Georgie (Earth-616)

Georgie (Earth-616)

Georgie

Georgie and Larry were ordered by Hammerhead to get rid of Peter Parker.[101]

Georgie (Criminal) (Earth-616)

Georgie from Thor 409

Georgie

Georgieand his partner Richie were two burglars provided hi-tech equipment by Doctor Doom, as part of an elaborate ruse to steal Mjolnir.[106]

Glenn (Earth-616)

Glenn (Earth-616)

Glenn

Glenn and Mark witnessed a group of ninjas rob a grave in broad daylight at Cypress Hills Cemetery.[107]

Gish (Earth-616)

Gish (Earth-616)

Gish

Gish was a street thug who was confronted and defeated by Puma[78].

Gonzales (Earth-616)

Gonzales (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 32 001

Mr. Gonzales

Mr. Gonzales was harassed and beaten by the Sons of the Serpent[108].

Gordy (Earth-616)

Gordy (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 182 001

Gordy

Gordy spotted a flying sink over Bowery.[109]

Hammer (Boxer) (Earth-616)

Hammer (Boxer) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 21 001

Hammer

Hammer was a boxer who was beaten by Eddie March in his last ring match[110].

Hannibal (Earth-616)

Hannibal (Earth-616) from Deadpool Suicide Kings Vol 1 2 001

Hannibal

Hannibal was one of Tombstone's ghetto pigs.[111]

Hanks (Earth-616)

Hanks (Earth-616)

Mr. Hanks

Mr. Hanks was knocked down by one of Armada's pets when he infiltrated the Neural Port Complex to steal the DIT-chip.[103]

Hanson (Earth-616)

Hanson (Earth-616)

Mr. Hanson

Mr. Hanson was the attorney for Frank Castle when he was arrested for hunting the Full Moon Killer.[112]

Harold (Kid) (Earth-616)

Harold (Kid) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 40 001

Harold

Harold was a kid who noticed Iron Man battling the White Dragon's forces over the East River.[113]

Harrigan (Earth-616)

Harrigan (Earth-616)

Mr. Harrigan

Mr. Harrigan was acquitted of serial killing charges, moved against him by F.B.I. agent Carson.[114]

Harry (Earth-616)

Harry from Fantastic Four Vol 1 6 0001

Harry

Harry was with his friend Pete when they watched as the Human Torch rushed back to the Baxter Building. They were then accidentally knocked over by the Invisible Girl as she followed.[115]
Some time later, Harry was among the crowd who watched the advertisement paid by the Committee to regain America's Principles against Captain America.[116]

Harry (Brooklyn Heights) (Earth-616)

Harry (Brooklyn Heights) (Earth-616)

Harry

Harry and his wife's apartment at Brooklyn Heights was destroyed by Dragon Man.[117]

Harry (Informer) (Earth-616)

Harry (Informer) (Earth-616)

Harry

Harry told Ben Urich what he knew about the Black Tarantula.[118]

Harry (Security Guard) (Earth-616)

Harry (Security Guard) (Earth-616)

Harry

Harry was a security guard who faced the Spider-Carnage.[119]
Some time later, his partner Sid was attacked by Flesh.[120]

Harv (Earth-616)

Harv (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 250 001

Harv

Harv awaited the arrival of Captain America at the Avengers Mansion, trying to interview him[42].

Harvey (Earth-616)

Harvey (Earth-616) from Marvel Spotlight Vol 1 7 001

Harvey

Harvey and Barney chased the Ghost Rider on the Long Island Expressway for having exceeded the speed limit, but he eventually managed to escape them[17].

Harvey (NYC) (Earth-616)

Harvey (NYC) (Earth-616) from Marvel 75th Anniversary Celebration Vol 1 1 001

Harvey

Harvey was one of the crooks hired by Wilson Fisk to release a canister of poison gas in Manhattan and collect a ransom from the mayor, but he was stopped by Spider-Man.[121]

Hector (Chinatown) (Earth-616)

Hector (Chinatown) (Earth-616)

Hector

Hector is a gang leader. His arm was broken by Kiden Nixon when her mutant powers first manifested. He tried to shoot Kiden out of revenge, but she moved while the bullet was shot and he ended up hitting at one Kiden's teachers.[122]

Hector (Cosmic Concepts) (Earth-616)

Hector (Earth-616)

Hector

Hector was a scientist at Cosmic Concepts who gave John Jameson a Space Age riot gear.[123]

Hector (Latin Kings) (Earth-616)

Hector Latin King

Hector

Hector was a scientist at Cosmic Concepts who gave John Jameson a Space Age riot gear.[124]

Helen (NYC) (Earth-616)

Helen (NYC) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 17 001

Helen

Helen was one of Johnny Storm's dates.[125]

Henry (Earth-616)

Henry (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 32 001

Henry

Henry and his wife witnessed the Sons of the Serpent assaulting Mr. Gonzales.[108]
A few days later, Henry and his family watched the news about Captain America's alleged bank robbery.[126]

Henry (Kid) (Earth-616)

Henry (Kid) (Earth-616) from Silver Surfer Vol 1 14 001

Henry

Henry was a super-hero fa who met the Silver Surfer and Spider-Man.[127]

Henry (Stark's doorman) (Earth-616)

Henry (Stark's doorman (Earth-616) Iron Man Iron Age Alpha Vol 1 1

Henry (Stark's doorman)

The doorman of a Tony Stark's mansion in New York City. Welcomes a bewildered Tony Stark from an alternate future who traveled in the past to prevent the destruction of Earth mistaking him for the real Tony Stark that he was in fact already in the apartment and he was completely drunk[128].

Herb (Guard) (Earth-616)

Herb (Guard) (Earth-616)

Herb

Herb and his partner Marty Herb barely escaped their lives when their armored car was attacked by Electro.[107][119].

Herman (Earth-616)

Herman (Earth-616)

Herman

Herman and Mabel witnessed the Blob and Unus the Untouchable rob an armored car.[129]
A short time later, Herman and Mabel witnessed Spider-Man battle the Tarantula across the street in Manhattan.[19]

Hershey (Earth-616)

Hershey (Earth-616)

Hershey

Hershey and his owner Sammy were saved by Spider-Man after their building caught fire[130].

Higgins (Scientist) (Earth-616)

Higgins (Scientist) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 52 001

Higgins

Higgins was one of Marianne Rodgers' coworkers.[131]

Hizzoner (Earth-616)

Hizzoner (Earth-616)

Judge Hizzoner

Judge Hizzoner took pity on the Molten Man and let him go without any punishment since he had agreed to pay for damage he has caused.[132]

Honey (Earth-616)

Honey (Earth-616)

Honey

Honey was a guest at the 40 Motel where Peter Parker was staying with his family.[26]
She soon recognized his face as the one on the front page of the Daily Bugle, and called it in to a friend.[133]

Hope (NYC) (Earth-616)

Hope (NYC) (Earth-616)

Hope

Hope was Detective Bolt's girlfriend.[134]

Howard (Earth-616)

Howard (Earth-616)

Howard

Howard was Jonathan Storm's agent.[38]
He offered him a role in the 'Who Wants to Marry a Super Hero?' reality TV series.[135]

Howell (Earth-616)

Howell (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 11 001

Mr. Howell

Mr. Howell warned the police that the Impossible Man was robbing a bank.[45]

Howie (Earth-616)

Howie (Earth-616)

Howie

Howie was one of the ball court punks who were reprimanded by Spider-Man.[29]

Hughes (Earth-616)

Hughes (Earth-616)

Mr. Hughes

Mr. Hughes was Shirley Washington's insurance agent.[136]

Hunt (Earth-616)

Hunt (Earth-616)

Hunt

Hunt was a psychiatrist who fell in love with Typhoid Mary.[58]
Mary Walker eventually managed to have him arrested.[137]

Hunter (Earth-616)

Hunter (Earth-616)

Ms. Hunter

Hospital administrator Ms. Hunter couldn't release any information regarding Dr. Trainer to Peter Parker.[119]

Isaac (Earth-616)

Isaac (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Soul of the Hunter Vol 1 1 001

Isaac

Isaac was a kid who fell in a hole while playing in a construction site and was rescued by Spider-Man.[138]

J.C. (Earth-616)

J.C. (Earth-616) from Spider-Man Vol 1 84 0001

J.C.

J.C. was a friend of Devon Lewis.[139]

Jack (Actor) (Earth-616)

Jack (Actor) (Earth-616) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 383 0001

Jack

Jack was acting as Gregor in the Metamorphosis act with Nadia Dornova in Broadway, when he suddenly disappeared in thin air.[7]

Jake (NYC) (Earth-616)

Jake (NYC) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 3 24 001

Jake (NYC)

Jake was a rock climber who dated Kirsten McDuffie.[140]

Jamar (Earth-616)

Jamar (Earth-616)

Jamar

Jamar was a gangster confronted by the Punisher.[141]

Jane (Earth-616)

Jane (Earth-616)

Jane

Oliver Osnick's girlfriend, Jane was accidentally hit by Tony MacDonald at the Eastside High School and hospitalized at Fleming-Gardner Memorial Hospital.[4]
After she was dismissed, Jane helped the Steel Spider defeat the Master of Vengeance, ramming him with her wheelchair.[142]

Jane (NYC) (Earth-616)

Jane (Earth-616) from Marvel 75th Anniversary Celebration Vol 1 1 001

Jane

Jane was saved by fireman David Walker during the Human Torch's first appearance in New York City. 75 years later, Jane requested Jessica Jones' assistance in finding Walker, in order to properly thank him for saving her life.[121]

Jeff (NYC) (Earth-616)

Jeff (NYC) (Earth-616)

Jeff

Jeff was abducted by the Sewer Killer.[143]
Some time later, Jeff became one of Jonathon White's followers.[144]

Jeff (Reporter) (Earth-616)

Jeff (Reporter) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 173 001

Jeff

Jeff was a reporter who was attacked and knocked out by Michael Reese in Alphabet City.[23]

Jennifer (Earth-616)

Jennifer (Earth-616)

Jennifer

Jennifer was one of the many party guests aboard Bushmaster's yacht.[145]

Jenson (Earth-616)

Jenson (Earth-616) from Deadpool Suicide Kings Vol 1 2 001

Mrs. Jenson

Mrs. Jenson was Deadpool's landlady.[111]

Jerome (Earth-616)

Jerome (Earth-616)

Jerome

Jerome was a friend of Eugene Patilio.[146]

Jimmy (Hammerhead) (Earth-616)

Jimmy (Hammerhead) (Earth-616)

Jimmy

Jimmy and Joey, two of Hammerhead's henchmen, confronted the Lizard at St. Mary's Hospital.[36]

Jimmy (Thug) (Earth-616)

Jimmy (Thug) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 173 001

Jimmy

Jimmy and his gang were knocked out and defeated by Daredevil in Alphabet City.[23]

Joanie (Earth-616)

Joanie (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 172 001

Joanie

Joanie was a street hooker whose boyfriends included some of the city's biggest gangleaders.[147]

Joanne (Earth-616)

Joanne (Earth-616)

Joanne

Joanne was Paul "Paulie" Falcone's girlfriend.[148]

Joe (Coffee Bean) (Earth-616)

Joe (Coffee Bean) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 54 001

Joe

A regular customer of the Coffee Bean, Joe envied Peter Parker's success with Gwen Stacy and Mary Jane Watson.[149]

Joe (Daily Grind) (Earth-616)

Joe (Daily Grind) (Earth-616)

Joe

Joe was one of the two over-worked cook and a co-worker of Ben Reilly at the Daily Grind.[68]
Joe and Lou met the new waitress Alison Mongrain.[150]

Joe (Gangster) (Earth-616)

Joe (Gangster) (Earth-616)

Joe

Joe was a gang leader who was shot by a Spider-Man imposter.[151]

Joe (Pilot) (Earth-616)

Joe (Pilot) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 8 001

Joe

Joe was a helicopter pilot who was robbed by Stilt-Man while he and his mates were delivering their payrolls[152].
Many years later, after his helicopter crashed into a nearby skyscraper while hovering around the Rand Building, Joe and the television crew were rescued by Spider-Man.[153]

Joel (Earth-616)

Joel (Earth-616)

Joel

Joel was one of the doctors who assisted Peter Parker when he collapsed without any warning.[154]

Joey (Child) (Earth-616)

Joey (Child) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 50 001

Joey

After reading Like many other New Yorkers, Joey was concerned that Spider-Man would had quit his superhero career, after the Daily Bugle reported that his outfit was found in a trash can.[155]
Some time later, Joey spotted Peter Parker climbing over a tree.[156]

Joey (Club Noir) (Earth-616)

Joey (Club Noir) (Earth-616)

Joey

Joey was the Club Noir manager.[157]
His attitude made J. Jonah Jameson look like a saint.[158]

Joey (Hammerhead) (Earth-616)

Joey (Hammerhead) (Earth-616)

Joey

Joey, one of Hammerhead's henchmen, was hit by Don Fortunato's men.[159]
He later confronted the Eel, but was easily defeated.[160]
Joey and Jimmy also confronted the Lizard at St. Mary's Hospital.[36]

Joey (Harlem) (Earth-616)

Joey (Harlem) (Earth-616) from Defenders Vol 1 19 001

Joey

Joey was a kid who came across Thunderball's Gamma Bomb.[161]

Joey (Student) (Earth-616)

Joey (Student) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 77 001

Joey

Joey was one of T'Challa's students at Andrew Jackson High School, when he was working as the teacher Luke Charles in this ghetto high school[162]

Joey B (Earth-616)

Joey B (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 322 001

Joey B

Joey B was one of the flight attendants who were saved from a crazy gunman by Venom.[163]

Joey the Bone (Earth-616)

Joey the Bone (Earth-616)

Joey the Bone

Joey the Bone was thrown off in the East River by the Zombie.[96]

John (Psychiatrist) (Earth-616)

John (Earth-616)

John

John was one of the two psychiatrists who were treating Typhoid Mary.[58]

Johnny (Dominic Fortune) (Earth-616)

Johnny (Simon Steele) (Earth-616)

Johnny

Johnny was among Dominic Fortune's men who followed the killer sent by Simon Steele toward the docks.[91]

Josh (NYC) (Earth-616)

Josh (NYC) (Earth-616)

Josh

Josh was a friend of Normie Osborn.[90]

Jude (Earth-616)

Jude (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 172 001

Sister Jude

Sister Jude was a nun who requested the Avengers to leave immediately her catholic convent after freeing it from Ultron.[164]

Julie (Earth-616)

Julie (Earth-616)

Julie

Julie was part of a Bronx street gang calling themselves the Die Hards,emulating what was the movie's fashion statement in dirty t-shirts, widow peak haircuts and heavy ordnance. They came to Queens to purchase guns from Nino Cortese, but they couldn't reach a deal and came back home.[15].

Julie (Christine) (Earth-616)

Julie (Christine) (Earth-616)

Julie

Julie was a waitress at Christine, the place where Scott Lang and Jessica Jones had their first date.[165]

Julie (NYC) (Earth-616)

Julie (NYC) (Earth-616)

Julie

Julie was saved by Nightcrawler from a fall of construction bricks.[53]

Julio (Earth-616)

Julio (Earth-616) from Daredevil the Man Without Fear Vol 1 4 001

Julio

One of the Kingpin's men, Julio was knocked out by Daredevil.[166]

Kadril (Earth-616)

Kadril (Earth-616)

Kadril

Kadril blamed the mutants for killing Captain America during Onslaught.[5]

Kaitlin (Earth-616)

Kaitlin (Earth-616)

Kaitlin

Kaitlin was a little girl saved by Spider-Man from a building on fire.[167]

Kaley (Earth-616)

Kaley (Earth-616) from Mosaic Vol 1 1 001

Kaley

Kaley was an acquaintance of Fife.[9]

Karl (NYC) (Earth-616)

Karl (Earth-616)

Karl

Karl was an hearing-impaired 77-year-old who was rescued by Spider-Man from being struck by a cab.[168]

Katie (Earth-616)

Katie (Earth-616)1

Katie

Katie was a co-worker of Jean Sutherland.[114]

Katy (Earth-616)

Katy (Earth-616)

Katy

Katy and Chuck reported the news about Bloody Mary's serial beatings.[58]

Kelli (Earth-616)

Kelli (Earth-616) from The Superior Foes of Spider-Man Vol 1 7 001

Kelli

Kelli was a childhood friend of Mallory Aimes.[169]

Ken (Earth-616)

Ken (Earth-616)

Ken

Ken was one of Bruce Banner's schoolmates.[170] He beat him up when Bruce tried to protect Carla from Ken.[171]
Many years later, was assaulted by Morbius.[172]

Kenny (Mobster) (Earth-616)

Kenny (Mobster) (Earth-616) from Captain America What Price Glory Vol 1 1 001

Kenny

Kenny was one of the mobsters who were confronted Captain America for roughing up Jimmy Sanders.[56]

Kenny (White) (Earth-616)

Kenny (White) (Earth-616) from Doctor Strange Vol 3 3 001

Kenny

Kenny was one of Jonathon White's followers, who was confronted and defeated by Doctor Strange.[144]

Kevin (Earth-616)

Kevin (Earth-616)

Kevin

Kevin told Elias Wirtham where to find Stone[173].

Kevin (Hammerhead) (Earth-616)

Kevin (Hammerhead) (Earth-616)

Kevin

Kevin and Terry were both attacked by Morbius.[101]

Kleiner (Earth-616)

Kleiner (Earth-616)

Kleiner

When Tombstone attacked Nick Kaska's club, Nigel confronted him with a bazooka[54].

Lance (NYC) (Earth-616)

Lance (NYC) (Earth-616)

Lance

Lance was one of Cassie Lang's schoolmates.[70]

Lane (Earth-616)

Lane (Earth-616)

Mister Lane

Mister Lane visited Jane while she was hospitalized at Fleming-Gardner Memorial Hospital.[4]

Lane (NYC) (Earth-616)

Lane (NYC) (Earth-616)

Mrs. Lane

Mrs. Lane let Normie Osborn spend the All Hallows Eve with her son Josh.[90]

Larry (Drug Dealer) (Earth-616)

Larry (Drug Dealer) (Earth-616)

Larry

Larry was an heroin dealer who was interrogated by the Black Cat about a missing runaway kid.[174]

Larry (Hammerhead) (Earth-616)

Larry (Hammerhead) (Earth-616)

Larry

Larry and Georgie were ordered by Hammerhead to get rid of Peter Parker.[101]

Larry (Kid) (Earth-616)

Larry (Kid) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 166 001

Larry

Larry was one of the underprivileged children assisted by social worker Betsy Beatty.[175]

Larry (Security Guard) (Earth-616)

Larry (Security Guard) (Earth-616)

Larry

Larry was a security guard who faced the Spider-Carnage.[119]

Lawrence (Eastern Promise) (Earth-616)

Lawrence (Eastern Promise) (Earth-616)

Lawrence

Lawrence was one of the bouncers at the Eastern Promise, the club owned by Sergey Bulovic. Lawrence usually abused of the girls that wanted to become dancers in the club, until Silver Sable beat him while she infiltrated into the club.[176]

Leach (Earth-616)

Leach (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 159 001

Leach

Leach was a thug who apparently drowned in the East River after being defeated by Daredevil.[88]

Lenny (Eastern Promise) (Earth-616)

Lenny (Eastern Promise) (Earth-616)

Lenny

Lenny was one of the bouncers at the Eastern Promise, the club owned by Sergey Bulovic.[176]

Lenny (Gates) (Earth-616)

Lenny (Gates) (Earth-616)

Lenny

Lenny was part of a contingent of Junior Gates' mob who was defeated in Lower Manhattan by the New Warriors.[177]

Lenny (Lucky Lobo) (Earth-616)

Lenny (Lucky Lobo) (Earth-616)

Lenny

Lenny was one of the gunmen that Lucky Lobo had trained on Mary Kelleher.[178]

Leonard (NYC) (Earth-616)

Leonard (NYC) (Earth-616)

Leonard

Leonard was mistaken for a robber by Spider-Man.[168]

Lionel (Earth-616)

Lionel (Earth-616)

Lionel

Lionel was saved by the Spider-Man from Hammerhead.[179]

Lisa (Earth-616)

Lisa (Earth-616)

Lisa

Lisa was Tommy Kavanagh's girlfriend.[148]

L.J. (Earth-616)

L.J. (Earth-616)

L.J.

L.J. was a gang member who was attacked by the Night Terror.[16]

Lou (Earth-616)

Lou (Earth-616)

Lou

Lou was a prison guard at Ryker's Island who attempted to stop Bullseye from escaping from Ryker's, but he was knocked down and apparently thrown off the copter.[180]

Lou (Blind Spot) (Earth-616)

Lou (Blind Spot) (Earth-616)

Lou

Lou was the Blind Spot bartender.[76]

Lou (Daily Grind) (Earth-616)

Lou (Daily Grind) (Earth-616)

Lou

Lou was one of the two over-worked cooks and a co-worker of Ben Reilly at the Daily Grind.[68]
Lou and Joe met the new waitress Alison Mongrain.[150]

Louie (Informant) (Earth-616)

Louie (Informer) (Earth-616)

Louie

Louie told Spider-Man where was located the Sandman's and the Enforcers' hideout.[181]
Many years later, Louie was recruited by Dracula to assault the Avengers Mansion.[182]
Some time later, he told Spider-Man where was located the body of Dr. Octopus.[183]

Louie (Lucky Lobo) (Earth-616)

Louie (Lucky Lobo) (Earth-616)

Louie

Louie was Lucky Lobo's bodyguard.[178]

Louise (NYC) (Earth-616)

Louise (NYC) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 38 001

Louise

Louise was Frankie Majors' girlfriend.[92]

Luigi (Earth-616)

Luigi (Earth-616)

Luigi

Luigi was an Italian chef and an acquaintance of Matt Murdock.[184]

Luke (Earth-616)

Luke (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 32 001

Luke

Luke was Belinda Tompkins' ex-boyfriend.[185]

Mabel (Earth-616)

Mabel (Earth-616)

Mabel

Mabel and Zelda stumbled across the Fantastic Four while shopping in a New York department store.[186]
Mabel and Herman witnessed the Blob and Unus the Untouchable rob an armored car.[129]
A short time later, Mabel was having a telephone conversation with a friend, who suddenly reported Daredevil swinging past her telephone booth after foiling a pair of extortionists.[187]
Mabel and Herman later saw Spider-Man battle the Tarantula across the street in Manhattan.[19]

Malone (Earth-616)

Malone (Earth-616)

Ms. Malone

Ms. Malone was rescued by the Ghost Rider when she was attacked by the Night Terror in the intelligence station where he escaped from.[16]

Manuel (Empire State Building) (Earth-616)

Manuel (Empire State Building) (Earth-616)

Manuel

Manuel was grabbed by the Scarlet Spider and stranded on the railing of the observation deck of the Empire State Building.[188]

Mara (Empire State Building) (Earth-616)

Mara (Empire State Building) (Earth-616)

Mara

Mara witnessed the Scarlet Spider grab Manuel and strand him on the railing of the observation deck of the Empire State Building.[188]

Marcia (Earth-616)

Marcia (Earth-616)

Marcia

Marcia lived in the same building attacked by Crown and the Hydra.[101]

Margaret (Earth-616)

Margaret (Earth-616) from Kingpin Vol 1 7 001

Margaret

Margaret was one of the reporter who interviewed Senator Tony Bianco after his son was released from captivity.[189]

Mark (Cypress Hills) (Earth-616)

Mark (Cypress Hills) (Earth-616)

Mark

Mark and Glenn witnessed a group of ninjas rob a grave in broad daylight at Cypress Hill Cemetery.[107]

Mark (Superhero Fan) (Earth-616)

Mark (Superhero fan) (Earth-616) from Marvel Heroes & Legends Vol 1 1 0001

Mark

Mark was a kid and a great fan of superheroes. He was accompanied by his father to attend to the presence of the various heroes during the wedding of Reed Richards and Susan Storm, but during the Grey Gargoyle's attack he was lost in the crowd, and was rescued by Spider-Man.[190]

Marge (NYC) (Earth-616)

Marge (NYC) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 259 001

Marge

Marge witnessed Captain America avoid the New York City traffic in his own unique way.[191]

Margie (Earth-616)

Margie (Earth-616)

Margie

Margie was a Channel 9 News announcer who witnessed Peter Parker declaring his mistake of registering his identity, giving his allegiance to the non-registered, and giving a description of the Negative Zone Prison, where the caught superhumans were imprisoned for life during the Civil War.[26]

Mario (Earth-616)

Mario (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 18 001

Mario

Mario was a circus acrobat, who couldn't stretch far enough to catch a falling mate; the seemingly doomed trapezist was however unwittingly saved by Pietro Maximoff[192].

Mark (Doctor) (Earth-616)

Mark (Doctor) (Earth-616)

Mark

Mark was one of the doctors who assisted Peter Parker when he collapsed without any warning.[154]

Martha (NYC) (Earth-616)

Martha (NYC) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 74 001

Martha

Martha fainted as she witnessed the Vision just disappearing into the sidewalk, as the android was stalking the streets looking for the Black Panther[193].
Some time later, the wall of her home was damaged by the battle between Spider-Man and Captain Britain, forcing her husband to call the police[194].

Martin (42nd Street) (Earth-616)

Martin (42nd Street) (Earth-616)

Martin

Martin was rescued by Reed Richards while he was about to jump from a skryscraper.[84]

Marty (Earth-616)

Marty (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 250 001

Marty

Marty was part of Samuel T. Underwood's staff; he didn't think they could convince Captain America to run for President[42].

Marty (Cameraman) (Earth-616)

Marty (Cameraman) (Earth-616)

Marty

Marty filmed Thor assaulting the news reporters after the battle against the Exemplars by the East River.[195]

Marty (Driver) (Earth-616)

Marty (Driver) (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 72 001

Marty

Marty was driving an armored car which was attacked by Shocker; once Spider-Man defeated the villain and left the dough grabbed from the truck, he truly recognized Spider-Man's bravery.[196]

Many years later, Marty used to drive a garbage truck across Manhattan.[197]

A few years later, Marty and Herb barely escaped their lives when their armored car was attacked by Electro.[107]

Marvin (Boxer) (Earth-616)

Marvin (Boxer) (Earth-616)

Marvin

Marvin was a boxer who confronted Joe Smith and Spider-Man at the gym.[198]

Marvin (Drug Dealer) (Earth-616)

Marvin (Drug Dealer) (Earth-616) from Black Panther Vol 3 2 001

Marvin

Marvin was a drug dealer who was forcedly recruited by the Black Panther as one of his intelligence operatives.[199]

Matt (Earth-616)

Matt (Earth-616)

Matt

Matt was one of Ben Grimm's co-workers.[135]

Matthew (Scientist) (Earth-616)

Dave (Scientist) (Earth-616)

Matthew

Matthew was a scientist at the Institute of Seismoharmonic Research who witnessed the Swarm attack the research facility.[68]
Matthew was taken hostage by Swarm, until he was defeated by Spider-Man.[69]

Max (Announcer) (Earth-616)

Max (Announcer) (Earth-616)

Max

Max was a Channel 9 News announcer who witnessed Peter Parker declaring his mistake of registering his identity, giving his allegiance to the non-registered, and giving a description of the Negative Zone Prison, where the caught superhumans were imprisoned for life during the Civil War.[26]

Max (Mobster) (Earth-616)

Max (Mobster) (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 89 001

Max

Max was one of the mobsters who kidnapped Dr. Don Blake and Jane Foster to have them treat Thug Thatcher.[200]

McHenry (Earth-616)

McHenry (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 32 001

McHenry

McHenry bought Navy rifles and grenades from Joey Gregson. Surprised by Shroud, McHenry fled away, because he mustn't be connected with any crimes in the United States.[201]

McKay (Earth-616)

McKay (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 101 001

Dr. McKay

Dr. McKay was Jean Grey's physician.[202]

Melissa (Earth-616)

Melissa (Earth-616)

Melissa

Melissa was left catatonic with shock after her significant other Jeff was abducted by the Sewer Killer.[143]

Merv (Earth-616)

Merv (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 5 28 001

Merv

Merv believed that Captain America was assassinated.[203]

Michael (NYC) (Earth-616)

Michael (NYC) (Earth-616)

Michael

Michael and his girlfriend were saved by the Spider-Carnage from a gang of street thugs[204].

Mickey (Earth-616)

Mickey (Earth-616)

Mickey

Mickey was a qualified hitman who got four kills on his credit. When Eric Slaughter sent him to Village Cigars for more of his favorite cigars, Mickey was caught by Daredevil and told him where Alarich Wallenquist was supposed to be.[40]
Some time later, Mickey was also interrogated by Bullseye about the Kingpin's current whereabouts.[147]

Mike (Daily Grind) (Earth-616)

Mike (Daily Grind) (Earth-616)

Mike

Mike was a Daily Grind customer.[205]

Mike (Driver) (Earth-616)

Mike (Driver) (Earth-616)

Mike

Mike was the driver of the doctor who placed the Arc Reactor in Pepper Potts' chest.[206]

Mike (Lucky Lobo) (Earth-616)

Mike (Lucky Lobo) (Earth-616)

Mike

Mike was one of Lucky Lobo's men, who fought in vain against Spider-Man[207].

Mikey (Earth-616)

Mikey (Earth-616)

Mikey

Mikey and Brad were two bicyclists who were caught by Spider-Man after causing an accident.[29]

Misty (Earth-616)

Misty (Earth-616)

Misty

Misty was defended by his boyfriend when they both were being mugged in the subway. [208]

Mosley (Owl) (Earth-616)

Mosley (Owl) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 503 001

Mosley

Mosley was one of the Owl's lieutenants until he was crippled by Daredevil. Together with Todd and Dennison, they ended up working for Wilson Fisk, who ordered them to inform the Owl that they were going to take over his territory, to keep Fisk in the shadows. When the three of them briefed Fisk about the outcome of the situation, Dennison revealed his intentions to work for himself, believing Fisk to be powerless, but Fisk gave a simple order to Lady Bullseye, who quickly killed Dennison.[209]

Mosley and Todd then followed Fisk's orders, liberating a convoy of prisoners under the condition of working for their boss and sharing their profits, but making them all believe their boss was The Hood instead of Fisk.[210]

Mr. Jones (Patient) (Earth-616)

Mr. Jones (Patient) (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 92 001

Mr. Jones

Mr. Jones was one of Dr. Don Blake's patients.[211]

Mrs. Jones (Patient) (Earth-616)

Jones (Patient) (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 84 001

Mrs. Jones

Mrs. Jones was one of Dr. Don Blake's patients.[212]

Nehradu (Earth-616)

Nehradu (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 47 001

Mr. Nehradu

Mr. Nehradu was saved by Ant-Man and the Wasp from international criminal Ramond Theis.[61]

Nigel (Earth-616)

Nigel (Earth-616)

Nigel

Nigel was a bouncer at Nick Kaska's club, which was attacked by Tombstone.[54]

Norton (Earth-616)

Norton (Earth-616)

Norton

Norton worked at a certain private club, which J. Jonah Jameson used to attend with Robbie Robertson[213].

Nunzio (Earth-616)

Nunzio (Earth-616)

Nunzio

Nunzio was a pizza maker who lived in the old Nick Fury's neighborhood.[214]

Pablo (NYC) (Earth-616)

Pablo (NYC) (Earth-616) from Mosaic Vol 1 1 001

Pablo

Pablo was a friend of Beto.[9]

Paul (NYC) (Earth-616)

Paul (NYC) (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 105 001

Paul

Paul was one of Jane Foster's dates.[215]

Paul (Scientist) (Earth-616)

Paul (Scientist) (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 41 001

Paul

Paul was one of Henry Pym's colleagues who were imprisoned by Kulla.[216]

Paulie (Earth-616)

Paulie (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Extra Vol 1 2 001

Paulie

Paulie was a bar patron who was confronted by Logan and Spider-Man.[63]

Pete (Earth-616)

Pete from Fantastic Four Vol 1 6 0001

Pete

Pete was with his friend Harry when they watched as the Human Torch rushed back to the Baxter Building. They were then accidentally knocked over by the Invisible Girl as she followed. [115]

Pete (Reporter) (Earth-616)

Pete (Reporter) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 4 001

Pete

Pete witnessed the Avengers turning into stone just after at a press conference, but he believed it was a trick used by them to duck out an interview[217].

Phil (Earth-616)

After encountering Eddie Passim, Phil cut off his left arm, his right foot, and and his 3rd and 4th digits on his right hand as a result of being affected by thoughts of About Face.[218]

Phil (Coach) (Earth-616)

Phil (Coach) (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 21 001

Phil

Phil was the coach who assisted Eddie March in his last ring match against Hammer[110].

Philbert (Earth-616)

Philbert (Earth-616)

Mr. Philbert

Mr. Philbert was the manager of the bank which was robbed by the Blob and Unus the Untouchable.[129]

Portia (Earth-616)

Portia (Earth-616) from Mosaic Vol 1 1 001

Portia

Portia was an acquaintance of Fife.[9]

Quin (Earth-616)

Quin (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 171 001

Quin

Quin was a member of the crime gang who kidnapped Vanessa Fisk.[219]

Rachel (Club Noir) (Earth-616)

Rachel (Club Noir) (Earth-616)

Rachel

Rachel was a cocktail waitress at the Club Noir.[157]
She introduced herself to Ben Reilly, but he didn't pay her attention, distracted by Orlando Kannor.[158]
Rachel was mistreated by Club Noir's boss Jason Tso.[220]
Rachel then quit the job, as she couldn't make money while the club was closed for repairs.[221]

Ralphie (Blade) (Earth-616)

Ralphie (Sanguino) (Earth-616) from Kingpin Vol 1 1 001

Ralphie

Ralphie was one of Carlo Sanguino's henchmen.[222]
After his death, he began dealing drugs for the Kingpin.[223]
Ralphie was eventually forced to tell Spider-Man where to find his boss.[189]

Rasko (Earth-616)

Rasko (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 32 001

Rasko

Rasko and Baldy Kolak were two escaped convicts who were eventually defeated by Iron Man the Mechanoid.[185]

Rat (NYC) (Earth-616)

Rat (Earth-616)

Rat

Rat and Tommy Kavanagh saved the Kingpin from Hammerhead.[148]

Raul (Earth-616)

Raul (Earth-616)

Raul

Raul was one of the Bushmaster's bodyguards, who couldn't stop Misty Knight from fleeing his yacht to warn Iron Fist.[145]

Reggie (Earth-616)

Reggie (Earth-616)

Reggie

Reggie and Katie Mae were a couple of popular talk show hosts who interviewed Norman Osborn when he released his autobiography.[224]

Reis (Earth-616)

Reis (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 202 001

Reis

Reis was one of Lorenzo Jacobi's henchmen.[6]

Reese (Earth-616)

Reese (Earth-616) from X-Men Vol 1 97 001

Reese

Reese was a Starcore jet pilot who was saved from Havok's attack at JFK Airport by Nightcrawler.[59]

Richie (Criminal) (Earth-616)

Richie from Thor 409

Richie

Richie and his partner Georgie were two burglars provided hi-tech equipment by Doctor Doom, as part of an elaborate ruse to steal Mjolnir.[106]

Rico (Earth-616)

Rico (Earth-616)

Rico

Rico was a gang member who wanted to take revenge on Thomas for stealing his Colombian shipment; he chased him into a church, but he was caught and defeated by Nightcrawler[225].

Rocco (Construction Worker) (Earth-616)

Rocco (Construction Worker) (Earth-616) from Tales of Suspense Vol 1 49 001

Rocco (Construction Worker)

Rocco and Charlie witnessed the Angel steal some T.N.T. and fly away with it. [43]

Rocco (Hammerhead) (Earth-616)

Rocco (Earth-616)

Rocco

Rocco was one of the inmates who led the prison riot sparked by the Puppet Master.[226]
Some time later, he became one of Hammerhead's henchmen, and was hit by an explosive briefcase handed by Don Fortunato's men.[159]

Rocky (Earth-616)

Rocky (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 59 001

Rocky

Rocky and Al were caught during an attempted car theft by Hulk and Betty Ross. As the Hulk scared off the crooks, he begans to change back into Bruce Banner. Taking advantage of this, Rocky took a shot at Bruce and they both fled away.[2]
Some time later, together with Big Eddie and Charlie, Rocky was caught stealing fur coats by Yellowjacket, who defeated them and delivered them to the police.[22]

Rubens (Earth-616)

Rubens (Earth-616) from Blade Vol 4 1 001

Mrs. Rubens

Mrs. Rubens was Susan Vandermeer's neighbor.[227]

Sal (Hammerhead) (Earth-616)

Sal (Hammerhead) (Earth-616)

Sal

Sal and Joey, two of Hammerhead's henchmen, confronted the Eel, but were easily defeated.[160]

Sally (Party) (Earth-616)

Sally (Doris Evans) (Earth-616)

Sally

Sally attended a party at Doris Evans' house, where the Human Torch put an infra-red spotlight on her while she was dancing.[228]

Sam (Driver) (Earth-616)

Sam (Driver) (Earth-616)

Sam

Sam witnessed Doctor Octopus rob a nuclear cargo he was transporting from the Brentwood labs in Suffolk County to a storage plant in North Carolina.[229]

Sam (Guard) (Earth-616)

Sam (Guard) (Earth-616) from Tales to Astonish Vol 1 50 001

Sam

Sam was an armed payroll guard who was robbed by the Human Top.[230]

Sam (NYC) (Earth-616)

Sam (NYC) (Earth-616)

Sam

Sam was told to call the police as soon as Spider-Man appeared hanging from his web.[231]

Sam (Prison Guard) (Earth-616)

Sam (Prison Guard) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 15 001

Sam

Sam was a guard in the state prison where Karl Stragg and the Ox were detained[232].

Samir (Earth-616)

Samir (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 4 1 001

Samir

Samir was saved by Captain America by a street aggressor.[233]

Sammy (Earth-616)

Sammy (Earth-616)

Sammy

Sammy and his pet dog Hershey were saved by Spider-Man after their building caught fire.[130]

Sammy (NYC) (Earth-616)

Sammy (NYC) (Earth-616) from Captain America Vol 1 128 001

Sammy

Sammy commented that Captain America was a has-been.[234]

Seaman (Earth-616)

Seaman (Earth-616) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 202 001

Seaman

Seaman was one of Lorenzo Jacobi's henchmen.[6]

Sean (NYC) (Earth-616)

Sean (NYC) (Earth-616)

Sean

Sean witnessed Spider-Man rescue his son Conner from a building on fire.[60]

Selwyn (Earth-616)

Selwyn (Earth-616)

Selwyn

Selwyn witnessed Spider-Man defeat and capture a gang of crooks at Macy's window,[28]

Sergei (Earth-616)

Sergei (Earth-616)

Sergei

Sergei was a Soviet defector blackmailed by Boris Bullski into creating suits of armor that could be miniturized into electronic cards, given to a group of disaffected Vietnam War veterans to form the Green Liberation Front.

Once Sergei learned that his parents were not hostages, but they were dead, he exposed Bullski's true identity to the veterans, who turned on him.[235]

Sergei (Chameleon) (Earth-616)

Sergei (Chameleon) (Earth-616) from The Superior Foes of Spider-Man Vol 1 12 001

Sergei

Sergei was one of the Chameleon's henchmen.[236]

Seymour (Skydiver) (Earth-616)

Seymour (Skydiver) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 53 001

Seymour

Seymour was a skydiver who bumped into Angel, as the mutant was flying as high as he dared to avoid being seen.[237]

Sheila (Reporter) (Earth-616)

Sheila (Reporter) (Earth-616)

Sheila

Sheila was a reporter who covered the violent outbursts in New York City which followed the manhunt for Curt Connors.[93]

Sid (Security Guard) (Earth-616)

Sid (Security Guard) (Earth-616)

Sid

Sid was attacked by Flesh.[120]

Simmons (Earth-616)

Simmons (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 73 001

Simmons

Simmons was a member of the Sons of the Serpent. While skulking around an abandoned dock, Simmons was knocked out by the Black Panther, who stole his uniform in order to infiltrate the organization[238].

Simpson (Earth-616)

Simpson (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 92 001

Simpson

Simpson was one of the three technicians who, while they were working in a research station in Alaska near the very edge of the Arctic Circle, were affected by the Ronan the Accuser's evo-rays and de-evolved into primates. In that brutal state, they challenged Yellowjacket for the dominion upon the Wasp, but they were quickly defeated. When the Avengers finally managed to destroy the Kree device, they were reverted back to their normal selves[239].
Returning to the continental United States, Simpson and his colleagues broke the oath of secrecy sworn to the Avengers and told the press everything about what happened in the Alaska. They actually testified against the Avengers when they were summoned before the Alien Activities Commission by H.W. Craddock for allegedly aiding and abetting Captain Marvel[240].
Later, as they had been altered by the Kree, they were confined in a government research center somewhere beneath the sky-clawing monoliths of New York City and used by Craddock as human guinea pigs for his alien-detection device[241].

Sinéad (Earth-616)

Sinéad (Earth-616) from Mosaic Vol 1 1 001

Sinéad

Sinéad was an acquaintance of Fife.[9]

Skelly (Earth-616)

Skelly (Earth-616) from Strange Tales Vol 1 110 001

Skelly

Skelly was a prison guard at Cortraz Penitentiary who was ordered to open the gates to let the food supply truck in.[242]

Slash-O (Earth-616)

Slash-O (Earth-616)

Slash-O

Inmate Slash-O was hired by Ariel Tenmore to cut up her father.[41]

Sly (Earth-616)

Sly (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 173 001

Sly

Sly was an acquaintance of Michael Reese.[23]

Smith (NYC) (Earth-616)

Smith (NYC) (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Annual Vol 1 6 001

Mr. Smith

A soon-to-be father of twins, Mr. Smith met the Fantastic Four in a metropolitan waiting room of one of New York's most famous hospitals.[243]

Smithers (Guard) (Earth-616)

Smithers (Guard) (Earth-616)

Smithers

Smithers witnessed the Vanisher robbing the national bank by using his teleportation powers to escape from the bank's security guards.[244]

Snuff (Earth-616)

Snuff (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 177 001

Snuff

Snuff took Heather Glenn to Stick in Bowery.[245]

Specs (Earth-616)

Specs (Earth-616)

Specs

Specs was one of the gunmen Lucky Lobo had trained on Mary Kelleher.[178]

Stanley (Earth-616)

Stanley (Earth-616)

Stanley

A tourist from Boise, Stanley got a picture of Spider-Man and ran across Shroud, who scared him off[201].

Stavros (Earth-616)

Stavros (Earth-616)

Stavros

Stavros introduced the Scarlet Witch to the regulars of the Cafe Transia.[246]

Stern (Doctor) (Earth-616)

Stern (Doctor) (Earth-616)

Doctor Stern

Doctor Stern was a revolutionary ocular surgeon who offered Matthew Murdock to restore an acceptable degree of vision.[247]

Stilly (Earth-616)

Stilly (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 159 001

Stilly

Stilly was a thug who was knocked out by Daredevil.[88]

Stuart (Anchorman) (Earth-616)

Stuart (Anchorman) (Earth-616)

Stuart

News anchor Stuart announced the murder of Henry Sturgess.[248]
Stuart reported live from Greenpoint during Harald Jaekelsson's invasion of Manhattan.[249]

Suhner (Earth-616)

Suhner (Earth-616)

Doktor Suhner

Doktor Suhner was an evil psychiatrist who was confronted and defeated by Dr. Strange in 1975.[81]

Talbert (Earth-616)

Talbert (Earth-616)

Mr. Talbert

Mr. Talbert was beaten by Bloody Mary for abusing his wife.[58]

Tarantino (Earth-616)

Tarantino (Earth-616)

Dr. Tarantino

Dr. Tarantino was the psychiatrist treating Faron at Ryan Mental Hospital. When Faron broke free, he cornered Tarantino, but was going to let him live until he begged for his life, showing a picture of his wife and kids. Angered because his own loss of his family, Faron killed Tarantino, but promised to make it quick[32].

Terry (Earth-616)

Terry (Earth-616)

Terry

As he was watching the Metamorphosis act by Nadia Dornova in Broadway, Terry suddenly disappeared in thin air.[7]

Terry (Hammerhead) (Earth-616)

Terry (Hammerhead) (Earth-616)

Terry

Terry and Kevin were both attacked by Morbius.[101]

Thomas (Earth-616)

Thomas (Earth-616)

Thomas

Thomas and his partner stole a Colombian shipment from Rico's gang. Running from gunshots, he sought refuge into the same church where he served as an altar boy seven years before, and was confronted by an old priest. Thomas was about to kill him, but when the priest got accidentally shot, he changed his mind and apparently repented[225].

Todd (Owl) (Earth-616)

Todd (Owl) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 503 001

Todd

Todd was one of the Owl's lieutenants until he was crippled by Daredevil. Together with Mosley and Dennison, they ended up working for Wilson Fisk, who ordered them to inform the Owl that they were going to take over his territory, to keep Fisk in the shadows. When the three of them briefed Fisk about the outcome of the situation, Dennison revealed his intentions to work for himself, believing Fisk to be powerless, but Fisk gave a simple order to Lady Bullseye, who quickly killed Dennison.[209]

Todd and Mosley then followed Fisk's orders, liberating a convoy of prisoners under the condition of working for their boss and sharing their profits, but making them all believe their boss was The Hood instead of Fisk.[210]

Tommy (Earth-616)

Tommy from Fantastic Four Vol 1 6 0001

Tommy

In his earlier childhood, Tommy was rescued by the Beast from the top of a water tower.[250]
Tommy then was hospitalized near the Baxter Building and wrote fan mail to the Fantastic Four. Mister Fantastic paid him a visit by stretching over from the Baxter Building straight to Tommy's room and the pair had a chat about the Unstable Molecules that form his costume. [115]
Some time later, Tommy was told by his friend Joey he had seen a man climbing over a tree faster than a cat, but he didn't believe him.[156]

Tomy (Earth-616)

Tomy (Earth-616)

Tomy

Tomy was a young gangbanger defeated by Spider-Man[251].

'Tonio (Earth-616)

'Tonio (Earth-616) from Sensational Spider-Man Vol 1 29

'Tonio

'Tonio was a drug dealer affiliated with Michael Dennager.[174]

Tony (Construction Worker) (Earth-616)

Tony (Construction Worker) (Earth-616)

Tony

Tony was a construction worker who accidentally let some bricks fall off.[53]

Tony (Fortunato) (Earth-616)

Tony (Fortunato) (Earth-616)

Tony

Tony introduced his wife's cousin Lucy's son Paul "Paulie" Falcone to Don Fortunato.[148]

Tony (National Guard) (Earth-616)

Tony (National Guard) (Earth-616) from Giant-Size Defenders Vol 1 2 001

Tony

Tony was a National Guard member who commanded the Mechanoid against the Hulk.[252]

Tony (Thug) (Earth-616)

Tony (Thug) (Earth-616)

Tony

Tony was a thug who began dealing drugs for the Kingpin.[223]
He and Ralphie were interrogated by Spider-Man where to find their boss.[189]
At a time, he was one of Frankie Costa's partners.[253]
He later became one of Pete London's henchmen, who mistook Daredevil for an enemy and attacked him, but he was easily defeated and knocked down.[15]

Toomer (Earth-616)

Toomer (Earth-616) from Captain America Patriot Vol 1 2 001

Toomer

Toomer was a penicillin smuggler that was captured by Miss Patriot.[18]

Trash (Gang Member) (Earth-616)

Trash (Earth-616)

Trash

Trash was a gang member who was attacked by the Night Terror.[16]

Trina (Earth-616)

Trina (Earth-616)

Trina

Trina worked at the Coffee Bean for Harry Osborn.[76]

Tubby (Earth-616)

Tubby (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 42 001

Tubby

Tubby was a low-brow comic who worked with Jonathan Powers, hitting him in the face with countless pies, until Powers could stand it no longer and became the Jester.[254]

Ty (Earth-616)

Ty (Earth-616) from Deadpool Suicide Kings Vol 1 3 001

Ty

Ty was a street criminal who told Deadpool and Daredevil where to find Tombstone.[255]

Vic (Earth-616)

Vic (Earth-616) from Iron Man Vol 1 17 001

Vic

Vic spotted Tony Stark recharge his chestplate with a car battery and called the police, mistaking him for a thief[256].
Many years later, Vic and Wolfy were confronted and defeated by Daredevil for operatin a bogus cash machine on the corner of 32nd and 3rd.[257]

Vince (Mobster) (Earth-616)

Vince (Mobster) (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 89 001

Vince

Vince was one of the mobsters who kidnapped Dr. Don Blake and Jane Foster to have them treat Thug Thatcher.[200]

Vinnie (Earth-616)

Vinnie (Earth-616)

Dr. Vinnie

Dr. Vinnie was an underworld-connected doctor who worked for Hobgoblin.[258]

Vinnie (Hammerhead) (Earth-616)

Vinnie (Hammerhead) (Earth-616)

Vinnie

Vinnie was Hammerhead's personal chef.[101]

Vito (Hammerhead) (Earth-616)

Vito (Hammerhead) (Earth-616)

Vito

Vito and Carmelo, two of Hammerhead's henchmen, were confronted by Spider-Man, who took the captured Eel away from them.[36]

Vlach (Earth-616)

Vlach (Earth-616) from Journey into Mystery Vol 1 95 001

Professor Vlach

Professor Vlach was an expert on physics who attended Lawrence Zaxton's convention.[259]

Wendy (Earth-616)

Wendy (Earth-616) from Doctor Strange Vol 3 1 001 Wendy was a friend of Topaz, who introduced her to Jonathon White.[260]

West (Earth-616)

West (Earth-616) Power Man and Iron Fist Vol 1 111 Dr. West was a physician who wanted to treat Bobby Wright, a boy who had found an alien spore who granted him superpowers but was also rapidly killing him.[261]

Wilbur (Earth-616)

Wilbur (Earth-616) from Blade Vol 4 1 001

Wilbur

Wilbur was one of Seofon Inc.'s clients.[227]

Willie (Dominic Fortune) (Earth-616)

Willie (Dominic Fortune) (Earth-616)

Willie

Willie was among Dominic Fortune's men who followed the killer sent by Simon Steele toward the docks[91].

Willow (Earth-616)

Willow (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 164 001

Nurse Willow

Nurse Willow tried to prevent Daily Bugle reporter Ben Urich from talking to Daredevil at Bellevue Hospital.[262]

Wilson (Earth-616)

Mrs. Wilson (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 322 001

Mrs. Wilson

Mrs. Wilson was one of the flight passengers who were saved from a crazy gunman by Venom.[163]

Wolfy (Earth-616)

Wolfy (Earth-616)

Wolfy

Wolfy and Vic were confronted and defeated by Daredevil for operating a bogus cash machine on 32nd Street.[257]

Yuri (Criminal) (Earth-616)

Yuri (Criminal) (Earth-616) from Mosaic Vol 1 1 001

Yuri

Yuri was a Russian criminal who shot Beto.[9]

Former Residents

Artyom (Earth-616)

Artyom (Earth-616) from Civil War II Kingpin Vol 1 2 001

Artyom

Artyom was one of the thugs who murdered the Crime Master.[263]

Bunky (Earth-616)

Bunky (Earth-616) from Deadpool Suicide Kings Vol 1 2 001

Bunky

Bunky was a former employee of Tombstone who was fed to his ghetto pigs for skimming off the top.[111]

Carmine (Driver) (Earth-616)

Carmine (Driver) (Earth-616) from Kingpin Vol 1 4 001

Carmine

Carmine was killed while escorting Gradon Bianco.[52]

Chuck (Brazo) (Earth-616)

Chuck (Brazo) (Earth-616)

Chuck

Chuck was one of Mr. Brazo's henchmen, who was killed by his boss because he didn't notice Carson was a federal agent[112].

Clay (Kingpin) (Earth-616)

Clay (Kingpin) (Earth-616) from Daredevil the Man Without Fear Vol 1 4 001

Clay

One of the Kingpin's men, Clay was killed by Larks for his incompetence.[166]

Dennison (Owl) (Earth-616)

Dennison (Owl) (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 1 502 001

Dennison

Dennison was one of the Owl's lieutenants until he was crippled by Daredevil. Together with Todd and Mosley, they ended up working for Wilson Fisk, who ordered them to inform the Owl that they were going to take over his territory, to keep Fisk in the shadows. When the three of them briefed Fisk about the outcome of the situation, Dennison revealed his intentions to work for himself, believing Fisk to be powerless, but Fisk gave a simple order to Lady Bullseye, who quickly killed Dennison.[209]

Doctor James (Earth-616)

Doctor James (Earth-616)

Doctor James

Doctor James from Fleming-Gardner Memorial Hospital was killed by the Gael.[264]

Eddie (Shockett) (Earth-616)

Eddie (Shockett) (Earth-616)

Eddie

Eddie was one of Mr. Shockett's henchmen who was kidnapped, interrogated and beaten to death by Mr. Brazo[114].

Harry (Ryker's Island) (Earth-616)

Harry (Ryker's Island) (Earth-616)

Harry

Harry was a prison guard at Ryker's Island who watched over Bullseye. Harry was killed by Bullseye when he escaped from Ryker's during a live broadcast interview.[180]

Lorna (Suncourt) (Earth-616)

Lorna (Earth-616)

Lorna

Lorna was a colleague of Harvey Elder who pitied him.[265]

Merle (Earth-616)

Merle (Earth-616)

Merle

Merle was an illegal wildlife trader who was killed by the Punisher[266].

Morley (Earth-616)

Morley (Earth-616)

Morley

Morley was enjoying a drink after work with his friend Stan, when they were both attacked by the Lizard.[267]

Ogden (Earth-616)

Ogden (Earth-616)

Ogden

Ogden was inadvertently killed by Richard Davies.[268]

Peela (Earth-616)

Peela (Earth-616)

Peela

Peela and her owner were murdered by the Full Moon Killer[114].

Ray (Earth-616)

Ray (Earth-616)

Ray

Ray was a fireman, and a friend of Paul Falcone and Tommy Kavanagh.[148]

Sammy (Shockett) (Earth-616)

Sammy (Shockett) (Earth-616)

Sammy

Sammy was one of Mr. Shockett's henchmen who was killed by Mr. Shockett as he shot the Punisher, disobeying his orders[114].

Shark (Bronx) (Earth-616)

Shark (Earth-616)

Shark

Shark was a brothel owner from the South Bronx who was killed by the Punisher.[269]

Stan (Earth-616)

Stan (Earth-616)

Stan

Stan was enjoying a drink after work with his friend Morley, when they were both attacked by the Lizard[267].

Sway (Earth-616)

Sway (Earth-616)

Sway

Sway was an arms supplier from the South Bronx who was found dead by detectives Walter Bolt and Oscar Clemons.[270]

Sylvio (Earth-616)

Sylvio (Earth-616) from Daredevil the Man Without Fear Vol 1 4 001

Sylvio

Sylvio was a junkie who was killed by Larks for running a ransom scam to Mickey's parents.[166]

Tarell (Earth-616)

Tarell (Earth-616)

Tarell

was a robber who was hunted and killed by Wolverine for murdering an old woman.[271]

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