Membership: Captain Shelley Conklin, Curzon, "Fireworks" Fielstein, "Jock" Jackson, "Mother" Majowski, Marty, Chief O'Grady, "Mad-Dog" Rassitano, "Rookie", "Rigger" Ruiz, "Sarge", Lt. Marc Stone, unnamed

Purpose: To combat superhuman menaces in New York by employing an elite SWAT team trained to face such hazards.

Affiliations: Annex, Susan Austin, Avengers, Black Panther, Blackwulf, Luke Cage, Cloak, Code: Gray, Dagger, Daredevil, Alex DePaul, Dum-Dum Dugan, Earth Force, Excalibur, Fantastic Force, Fantastic Four, Nick Fury, Ghost Rider (Dan Ketch), Gods of Asgard, Hermod, Jose Hidalgo, Iron Fist, Kim, Kruger, Anita Lloyd, Kevin Masterson, Foggy Nelson, New Warriors, Rebecca Niles, Mary Jane Watson-Parker, Franklin Richards, Valeria Richards, Thomas Rizzo, She-Hulk, S.H.I.E.L.D., Sif, Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Spider-Man (Ben Reilly), Stellaris, Thor, Thunderstrike, Warriors Three, Yancy Street Gang, Councilman Zern

Enemies: Absorbing Man, Battlestar, Beetle, Bloodaxe, Cadre, Cardiac, Carjack, Chloe, Darkhawk, Leila Davis, Demogoblin, Devil Dinosaur, Diablo, Dr. Octopus, Doombot, D'Spayre, Evilhawk, Glump, Grey Gargoyle, Hobgoblin (Macendale), Kai-Ra, Klaw, Kenneth and Kevin Krask, Kronin Krask, Loki, Man-Eater, Moon Boy, Officer Z.E.R.O., Pandara, Peacekeepers, Phage, Armand Pelps, Steven Polk, the Purple Man, Jim Redfield, Ren-Tech, Resistants, Rock Trolls, St. Johnny, Sandman, Sangre, Scorpion, She-Hulk (Earth-A), Shocker, Silver Sable, Agent Simon, Thermal Man, Thornn, Thunderbolts, Titania, Ulik, Venom (Eddie Brock), Uroc, Wrecking Crew, Jim Young

Base of Operations: Code: Blue Headquarters, NYPD precinct, Metro Division, Manhattan, New York

First Appearance: Thor I#426 (November, 1990)

History: (Thor I#426) - Having been trained to combat superhuman menaces-- although still lacking in full training-- Code: Blue was mobilized for their first mission when the Wrecking Crew took a hostage. Led by Lt. Marc Stone, captained by Shelley Conklin, and staffed by "Mother" Majowski, "Jock" Jackson, "Fireworks" Fielstein, "Mad-Dog" Rassitano, and "Rigger" Ruiz, Code: Blue found themselves overpowered against the Wrecking Crew, but they were able to save the hostage from them, and thus scored their first victory.

(Thor I#427) - Code: Blue engaged in a training session, with Majowski firing paint-balls at Rassitano, Rigger, Jackson and Fielstein. Stone then had them take another session-- with live ammo. Later, they set out the site of a battle between Excalibur, Thor and the Wrecking Crew.

(Thor I#428) - Code: Blue intervened during the three-way battle between Excalibur, Thor, and the Wrecking Crew. Excalibur fought Code: Blue, believing them to be aiding the Juggernaut, whom Thor had been disguised as by the Enchantress. Ultimately, Thor defeated Bulldozer, who Code: Blue took into custody, and Excalibur realized their error.

(Thor I#429) - Rassitano and Ruiz were assigned to transport Bulldozer to Kennedy Airport so that he could transferred to The Vault. Along the way, they drove through Cypress Cemetary and were attacked by the rest of the Wrecking Crew, but were saved from them by Ghost Rider.

(Deadly Foes of Spider-Man#2) - Code: Blue attempted to apprehend the Beetle and Leila Davis after they attempted to break Boomerang out of the Tombs prison, but they escaped.

(Thor I#432) - Code: Blue stormed Loki's tower as Thor confronted him to rescue Kevin Masterson from captivity. Loki sensed their arrival and unleashed living statues, but they fought their way past the creatures, and were able to rescue Kevin from Loki. After Thor slew Loki, Lt. Stone encouraged him to seek judgement for what he had done.

(Thor I#433) - As Code: Blue faced Ulik in battle, they were joined by the new Thor, Eric Masterson. Thor attempted to assist them, but his inexperience resulted in Ulik escaping Code: Blue, and the entire squad could tell they were dealing with a new Thor. After gaining his bearings, Thor was able to assist Code: Blue in defeating Ulik.

(Cloak and Dagger III#19) - Code: Blue attempted to bring down D'Spayre as he fought Cloak and Dagger, but D'Spayre cast them all aside with a wave of his hand. After Cloak and Dagger defeated D'Spayre, their friend Detective Rebecca Niles had Code: Blue assist Cloak and Dagger in bringing down a warehouse where the drug "D'Lite" was being shipped from.

(Thor I#447) - Code: Blue investigated the scene of a robbery committed by Titania. Spider-Man arrived to offer his help, but Lt. Stone drove him off.

(Thor I#448) - Code: Blue joined Spider-Man and Thor in battling the Absorbing Man and Titania at a construction site. The battle finally ended when the Absorbing Man feigned defeat, wanting only to spare Titania further carnage.

(Thor I#449) - Just as Code: Blue was cleaning up after the Absorbing Man and Titania, they learned that Uroc was breaking Ulik out of Ryker's Island. The team mobilized against them, but were badly outmatched. Majowski attempted to stop Ulik from killing Stone by ramming him with their van, but Ulik smashed the van, badly injuring Majowski. Ulik and Uroc fled when Thor arrived. After Majowski was sent away in an ambulance, Lt. Stone insisted that Thor help Code: Blue in bringing Ulik to justice.




















(Thor I#450) - Thor brought Code: Blue to Asgard and they assisted in battling Kai-Ra, Glump and the Rock Trolls sent to conquer Asgard by Karnilla. After learning that Uroc and Ulik were at the Well of Eternal Tears, holding Hogun and Volstagg captive, Fandral joined them in journeying there while Thor set off to confront Heimdall. Code: Blue helped Fandral rescue his comrades, and in battle with Uroc, shattered his left hand. Lt. Stone attempted to arrest Ulik, but Ulik cast himself into the Well of Eternal Tears rather than be so humiliated. Afterward, Code: Blue was honored by the Asgardians.

(Thor I#451) - After the festivities ended, Code: Blue returned to Earth via Thor.

(Marc Spector: Moon Knight#40 - BTS) - Code: Blue was summoned to Spectorcorp after it was attacked by the Sensors.

(Marvel Comics Presents#112/4) - Code: Blue was sent out to deal with the Demogoblin after he was sighted in New York. They caught up to him in Riverside Park, and although they were unable to prevent him from killing a homeless man, they managed to take him into custody and sent him to the Tombs prison.

(Thor I#456) - Code: Blue engaged Bloodaxe in battle after he took Susan Austin captive, and they were assisted by Earth Force, and by the astral form of Dr. Strange, who directed Lt. Stone to have Fielstein hurl a grenade into a whirlwind controlled by Wind Warrior. Thanks to Dr. Strange, the resulting blast cast Bloodaxe into another dimension.

(Untold Tales of Spider-Man: My Enemy, My Savior) - The Scorpion and Smythe saw defeat by the hands of Spider-Man, with Parker thinking to himself that he would have Code: Blue place them in custody.

(Fantastic Four I#372) - Code: Blue was sent to arrest the Human Torch as Four Freedoms Plaza after he set part of Empire State University on fire. The Invisible Woman attacked Code: Blue to stop them, but the Torch allowed himself to be taken away. He later escaped their custody when he was attacked by Paibok and Lyja, disguised as people outside the police station.

(Darkhawk#23) - Code: Blue arrived during Darkhawk's battle with St. Johnny and attempted to halt St. Johnny's attack on Darkhawk, but their weapons were ineffective. After Darkhawk seemingly killed St. Johnny, they tried to arrest him, but were prevented by the arrival of Evilhawk.

(Darkhawk#24) - Code: Blue attacked Evilhawk as he prepared to make off with Darkhawk, but Evilhawk easily shrugged off Code: Blue's weapons and departed.

(Web of Spider-Man Annual#9) - When the Cadre ran wild in New York, unused to the environment, Code: Blue mobilized against them, fighting alongside Spider-Man. The powers of the Cadre member Dementia warped the thinking of Code: Blue, making them more violent than usual in their attempt to apprehend the Cadre. When Chloe, a Knight Templar appeared to take the Cadre into her custody, Code: Blue attempted to stop her, but Spider-Man allowed them to escape.

(Spider-Man Unlimited I#1/3) - Code: Blue set out to save Steven Polk from Cardiac, who had learned that Polk was responsible for sub-standard building construction. They were able to save Polk's life so that he could stand trial, but Cardiac escaped.

(Web of Spider-Man#106/2 - BTS) - Code: Blue was called in by a SWAT team to deal with Deathgrin after his defeat by Nightwatch.

(Thunderstrike#1) - Code: Blue investigated the deaths of men who had worked for Carjack at the hands of Bloodaxe, and encountered the new Thor, who adopted the new identity of Thunderstrike. Code: Blue arrested Carjack and several of his men on two occasions, shutting down his operations.

(Marc Spector: Moon Knight#54 - BTS) - Code: Blue was summoned to deal with the aftermath of Moon Knight's battle with Pang.

(Sensational She-Hulk#52) - Code: Blue arrested Titania after she was knocked out by the Thing who had helped a weakened She-Hulk in her fight against the villainess.

(Spider-Man Unlimited I#3) - Code: Blue arrested Dr. Octopus after he surrendered to Spider-Man.

(Spider-Man Unlimited I#3/3) - Code: Blue was contacted by Dr. Hillman Barto to arrest Ren-Tech following their defeat by Annex.

(Thunderstrike#3) - Code: Blue was assisted by Thunderstrike and Sif in seeking out the vigilante Sangre, but while they were able to prevent her from slaying Armand Pelps, she escaped them. They then took Pelps into custody for operating a child pornography ring.

(Silver Sable#27) - Code: Blue set after the Silver Sable operative Man-Eater when he went on a rampage in Central Park. They found themselves at odds with Sable herself, who sabotaged Code: Blue's efforts to capture her operative.

(Captain America I#426) - Code: Blue arrested members of the Resistants after they had been defeated by the Super-Patriot (disguised as Captain America). Believing the Super-Patriot to be the real Captain America, they did not suspect that the Super-Patriot had attempted to rob an armored car.

(Thunderstrike#5) - Code: Blue took statements from Mary Jane Watson-Parker after she was attacked by Pandara, but their investigation into Pandara's superior-- Tantalus-- was discovered by S.H.I.E.L.D., who apprehended Mary Jane and all of Code: Blue save Jackson, and brought them to the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier for interrogation. Jackson had Captain Conklin put him on vacation, and joined Thunderstrike and Spider-Man in mounting a rescue operation at the Helicarrier.

(Thunderstrike#6) - With the aid Stellaris, Jackson, Spider-Man and Thunderstrike fought past S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Mandroids, while the rest of Code: Blue managed to escape their cells. Ultimately, Nick Fury arrived and allowed Code: Blue and Mary Jane to depart, but forced Code: Blue to leave the information they had gathered on Tantalus with them. Fortunately, Majowski had a back-up of his back-up disk, and led Code: Blue to Pandara's hideout, where they fought Tantalus' Peacekeepers alongside the mysterious hero Blackwulf. Although the Peacekeepers fled, Blackwulf presented them with Pandara as a prisoner.

(Thunderstrike#7) - S.H.I.E.L.D. came to claim custody of Pandara, but S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Simon proved to be a traitor on the side of Tantalus, and Pandara unleashed an army of her demons upon the precinct. Thunderstrike, agent DePaul and Jackson battled Pandara, and Jackson lost his life saving Thunderstrike from her.

(Thunderstrike#8) - After Jackson's funeral, they were assigned to take the robot Officer Z.E.R.O. on a training mission, but the robot went rogue due to the subconscious influence of his creator, Thomas Rizzo. Ultimately, Rizzo shot himself in the head to shut down the flow data from his cerebral cortex to Z.E.R.O.

(New Warriors Annual#4) - Code: Blue intervened alongside the mayor of New York when the heroes Psionex and the New Warriors met to discuss their differences. The situation was ultimately resolved peacefully, without requiring Code: Blue's assistance.

(Thunderstrike#11) - Stone and Conklin met with Thunderstrike after Kevin Masterson was shot. They provided him with information on school shootings, unaware that he was Kevin's father.

(Night Thrasher II#15) - Code: Blue was called in when the Hulk and the Pantheon attempted to prevent a research lab working on a cure from AIDS from being evicted. Unable turn the situation into a battle, Code: Blue stood by while Night Thrasher and Rage managed to talk the Hulk down, and then payed off the landlord to end the situation.

(Thunderstrike#13/2) - After being assigned Jim Young of the mayor's office to oversee their spending, Code: Blue found themselves with limited resources as they fought a Doombot which had run amock. They destroyed the Doombot with the aid of the Yancy Street Gang, but Young warned them not to take any more assignments without his approval.

(Thunderstrike#14/2) - When the Wrecker went on a rampage, Code: Blue discovered that he was not fully tied to Earth's dimension, and were able to break his concentration on Earth by having him encounter his father.

(Thunderstrike#15/2) - When the Thermal Man ran amock at Redfield Electronics, Captain Conklin went into action with Code: Blue to save her husband's life, despite not having approval from Jim Young. They were able to destroy the Thermal Man with the aid of Thunderstrike, and located information to incriminate Jim Redfield, who had reactivated the Thermal Man, but they were shut down by Young for not obtaining his approval.

(Thunderstrike#16/2) - When Kronin Krask threatened to use his powers to wipe out the stock exchange, the mayor of New York reactivated Code: Blue, and they were able to defeat Krask with the aid of Daredevil and Code: Gray.

(X-Force I#40) - Code: Blue was sent to apprehend the mutant villain Thornn alongside detective Jose Hidalgo. They managed to track her down in the sewers of New York, and stood guard over her while she was in police custody.

(Fantastic Force#1) - Code: Blue took Klaw into custody following his defeat at the hands of the Black Panther and Fantastic Force.

(Fantastic Force#4 - BTS) - Code: Blue was contacted to deal with the menace of the AIM Adaptoid Batch-13, but it was defeated by Fantastic Force and Captain America.

(Fantastic Force#6) - Code: Blue took the Grey Gargoyle into custody following his defeat at the hands of Fantastic Force.

(Thunderstrike#22) - With the city's newfound love for Code: Blue, action figures of the team and the Thermal Man were licensed, much to the joy of Rassitano. Code: Blue responded to the scene of a fight between Thunderstrike, Bloodaxe, Mongoose and Quicksand. They arrived after Jackie Lukas had been freed from possession by the Bloodaxe, and took her into their custody.

(Thunderstrike#23) - Code: Blue witnessed Thunderstrike's possession by the Bloodaxe and alerted the Avengers to what had happened to him.

(Thunderstrike#24) - Captain Conklin kept watch over Jackie Lukas in custody, and witnessed her faint after Thunderstrike gave up his life to destroy the Bloodaxe which had possessed her.

(Thor I#492) - An English detective named Curzon was assigned to Code: Blue, and assisted Lt. Stone in examining the remains of mechanical-mystical creatures which had been destroyed in battle with Thor.

(Thor I#493-494) - Curzon investigated the background of Asgard, and finally had Code: Blue create for him a device which could locate Thor by tracking Mjolnir, but when he finally caught up to where Thor had been, he was slain by the Enchantress.

(Avengers Unplugged#3) - Code: Blue was contacted to deal with the remains of Super-Android F-4, who had been destroyed by Crystal and the Black Widow. Lt. Stone determined that the best way to deal with the ash remains was to vacuum them up.

(Avengers I#398 - BTS/Marvel Vision#5 - Daily Bugle) - Code: Blue went to Avengers Mansion to investigate the disappearance of Thor and Crystal after a battle with Benedict.

(Sensational Spider-Man#5 - BTS/Marvel Vision#6 - Daily Bugle) - Code: Blue investigated a battle between Spider-Man and the Molten Man at the MultiVex Corporation headquarters.

(Venom: The Hunted#3 - BTS/Marvel Vision#7 - Daily Bugle) - When Venom and Phage engaged in a battle within New York, Lt. Stone promised to bring both creatures to justice.

(Spider-Man Unlimited I#13) - Code: Blue narrowly missed the Scorpion on two occasions as they scoured the city for him in an attempt to save J. Jonah Jameson from him. After Spider-Man, Iron Fist and Luke Cage defeated the Scorpion, Code: Blue took him into custody, but he escaped their police van en route with the aid of his employers.

(Journey Into Mystery I#505) - Code: Blue was dispatched to deal with the Wrecking Crew when they went on a crime spree. They were assisted by Spider-Man and Erick Velez and Howie Barker of the Lost Gods (actually Sif and Hermod), and managed to subdue the entire team.

(Ghost Rider III#82) - Code: Blue fought Devil Dinosaur and Moon Boy when they went on a rampage in New York

(Spider-Man: Hobgoblin Lives#1) - Code: Blue (Fielstein, Rassitano, Ruiz, Stone) led Hobgoblin (Macendale) to the court.

(Spider-Man: Hobgoblin Lives#3) - Code: Blue investigated the crime scene after the Hobgoblin captured Betty Leeds, and passed their information along to Spider-Man.

(Ghost Rider III#87) - Code: Blue was alerted when Ghost Rider confronted Wallow at the Central Bronx Hospital, but the battle had ended and both combatants fled by the time they arrived.

(Spider-Man: Wanted Dead or Alive) - Code Blue fought off the Rhino when he went on a diamond district rampage. Later, they were at the stand off when Electro held up the Yonkers water station.

(Fantastic Four III#35-36) - Code: Blue was at hand while Diablo assaulted New York with his elementals. Lt. Stone found Blanca Del Hierro, last of the Order of Deacons, and introduced her to the Fantastic Four. Blanca proved to be key in Diablo's defeat.

(Fantastic Four III#46) - Lt. Stone brought the Fantastic Four to Code: Blue's station after they found Franklin and Valeria Richards, and returned the two to the FF's custody.

(New Thunderbolts#2 - BTS) - The Thunderbolts handed the Wrecking Crew over to Code: Blue after defeated the villains.

(New Thunderbolts#3) - Lt. Stone led Code: Blue to the United Nations building while the Thunderbolts attempted to prevent the building from toppling over. Stone threatened to arrest all of the Thunderbolts, but he was prevented by Spider-Man, who disarmed them. The members of Code: Blue were forced to stand by and allow the Thunderbolts to save the day.

(New Thunderbolts#8 - BTS) - Code: Blue was called in by Speed Demon to arrest the Shocker after he stole from a private estate.

(Down These Mean Streets - BTS) - Code Blue searched for a woman using a narcotic designed by Doctor Octopus.

(New Thunderbolts#10, 12 - BTS) - Code: Blue were taken over by the Purple Man and used as minions to oppose the Thunderbolts as the Purple Man slowly took control of New York, but they were released from his control when the Thunderbolts undid the effects of his powers.

(She-Hulk II#21) - Code: Blue apprehended the She-Hulk of Earth-A, who had been impersonating her Earth-616 counterpart. Mr. Fantastic helped Code: Blue return all such Earth-A invaders back to their home planet.

Comments: Created by Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz, Joe Sinnott and Dan Panosian.

The other Code: Blue members in Spider-Man Unlimited I#13, Fantastic Four III#35 and New Thunderbolts #3 besides Lt. Stone are unidenified. They may be some of the regulars, but because their faces are obscured by SWAT gear, it's impossible to tell.

In Daredevil I#235, a story with Mr. Hyde, there was a "Super-Swat" team with SHIELD provided technology. This may serve as a forerunner to Code: Blue.
--Per Degaton

Per Degaton provided the info for the Spider-Man: Dead or Alive and Untold Tales of Spider-Man novels.

by Prime Eternal

CLARIFICATIONS:
Code: Blue should not be confused with:

  • Code: Gray, their counterparts from the financial world, @ Thunderstrike #16
  • Code X, means by which sanity of X-Statis candidates is tested, @ X-Statix #1


An unnamed member of Code: Blue assisted in the arrest of Dr. Octopus after he surrendered to Spider-Man.

--Spider-Man Unlimited #3












"Sarge and "Rookie" were two latter-day members of Code: Blue. They were dispatched to deal with Devil Dinosaur and Moon Boy during their rampage, and took Moon Boy into police custody. Later, they arrived at the Central Bronx Hospital when Ghost Rider confronted Wallow, but both superhumans had vanished by the time they arrived.

--Ghost Rider III#82 (Ghost Rider III#87










Marty was one of several latter-day members of Code: Blue.

--Fantastic Four III#46








Kim was a representative of the district attorney's office who was brought in to deal with Pandara after she was apprehended by Code: Blue. He warned them that convicting Pandara would be difficult, but the combination of tape recorded confession and her murdering "Jock" Jackson allowed him to put her away.

--Thunderstrike #7






Councilman Zern was a city official who attended a demonstration of the power of Officer Z.E.R.O. He expressed concern as to the cost of manufacturing the robot, but was assured that Z.E.R.O. was worth the cost.

--Thunderstrike #8







Kruger was a police official who oversaw the creation of Officer Z.E.R.O., and had him assigned to Code: Blue for a training mission. He had hoped that Z.E.R.O. would be the future of law enforcement, but those hopes were dashed when Z.E.R.O. went rogue in the field.

--Thunderstrike #8









Images taken from:
Thor I#426, page 8, panel 4
Thor I#448, page 14, panel 6
Thor I#450, page 4, panels 3-6
Spider-Man Unlimited I#3, page 24, panel 3
Ghost Rider III#82, page 18, panel 3
Fantastic Four III#46, page 1
Thunderstrike #7, page 4, panel 1
Thunderstrike #8, page 2, panel 2
Thunderstrike #8, page 2, panel 2


Thor I#427-429 (December, 1990 - February, 1991) - Ron Frenz & Tom DeFalco (writers), Ron Frenz (pencils), Joe Sinnott (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Deadly Foes of Spider-Man#2 (June, 1991) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Al Milgrom & Kerry Gammill (pencils), Al Milgrom & Mike Machlan (inks), Terry Kavanagh (editor)
Thor I#432 (May, 1991) - Tom DeFalco & Ron Frenz (writer), Ron Frenz (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Thor I#433 (June, 1991) - Tom DeFalco (writer), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Cloak and Dagger III#19 (August, 1991) - Terry Kavanagh (writer), Chris Ivy (pencils), Don Hudson (inks), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
Thor I#447-450 (May-August, 1992) - Ron Frenz & Tom DeFalco (writers), Ron Frenz (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Thor I#451 (September, 1992) - Tom DeFalco (writer), Gary Hartle (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Marvel Comics Presents#112 (1992) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Gene Colan (pencils), Al Williamson (inks), Terry Kavanagh (editor)
Thor I#456 (December, 1992) - Ron Frenz & Tom DeFalco (writers), Ron Frenz (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Fantastic Four I#372 (January, 1993) - Tom DeFalco & Paul Ryan (writers), Paul Ryan (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Darkhawk#23 (January, 1993) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Mike Manley (pencils), Frank Percy, Chris Ivy & John Lowe (inks), Nel Yomtov (editor)
Darkhawk#24 (February, 1993) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Mike Manley (pencils), Tim Dzon & Aaron McClellan (inks), Nel Yomtov (editor)
Web of Spider-Man Annual#9 (1993) - Terry Kavanagh (writer), Chris Marrinan (pencils), Keith Williams (inks), Eric Fein (editor)
Spider-Man Unlimited I#1 (May, 1993) - Terry Kavanagh (writer), Mark Bagley (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
Thunderstrike#1 (June, 1993) - Tom DeFalco &, Ron Frenz (writers), Ron Frenz (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Sensational She-Hulk#52 (June, 1993) - Michael Eury (writer), Todd Britton (pencils), Mike DeCarlo (inks), Renee Witterstaetter (editor)
Spider-Man Unlimited I#3 (November, 1993) - Sequence 1: Tom DeFalco (writer), Ron Lim (pencils), Jim Sanders III (inks), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
  Sequence 3: Jack C. Harris (writer), Jesse Orozco (pencils), Mark Stegbauer (inks), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
Thunderstrike#3 (December, 1993) - Tom DeFalco &, Ron Frenz (writers), Ron Frenz (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Silver Sable#27 (August, 1994) - Gregory Wright (writer), Gordon Purcell (pencils), Pam Eklund (inks), Craig Anderson (editor)
Captain America I#426 (April, 1994) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Dave Hoover (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Thunderstrike#5-8 (February-May, 1994) - Tom DeFalco &, Ron Frenz (writers), Ron Frenz (#6, 8) & Keith Pollard (#7) (pencils), Al Milgrom (#6, 8) & Sandu Florea (#7) (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
New Warriors Annual#4 (1994) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Stephen Jones (pencils), Ron Boyd, Kane, Ian Akin, Mike DeCarlo, Mark Stegbauer & Larry Mahlstedt (inks), Rob Tokar (editor)
Thunderstrike#11 (August, 1994) - Tom DeFalco &, Ron Frenz (writers), Keith Pollard (pencils), Sandu Florea (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Night Thrasher II#15 (October, 1994) - Kurt Busiek (writer), Art Nichols (pencils), Keith Aiken, Don Hudson & Art Nichols (inks), Rob Tokar (editor)
Thunderstrike#13-16 (October, 1994 - January, 1995) - Jean-Marc Lofficier & Roy Thomas (writers), Larry Alexander (pencils), Charles Barnett III (inks)
X-Force I#40 (November, 1994) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Tony Daniel (pencils), Kevin Conrad & Tim Townsend (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Fantastic Force#1 (November, 1994) - Tom Brevoort & Mike Kanterovich (writer), Dante Bastianoni (pencils), Ralph Cabrera (inks), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Fantastic Force#4 (February, 1995) - Tom Brevoort & Mike Kanterovich (writer), Pino Renaldi (pencils), Ralph Cabrera & Sandu Florea (inks), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Fantastic Force#6 (April, 1995) - Tom Brevoort & Mike Kanterovich (writer), Dante Bastianoni (pencils), Ralph Cabrera (inks), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Thunderstrike#22-24 (July-September, 1995) - Tom DeFalco &, Ron Frenz (writers), Ron Frenz (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Thor I#492-494 (November, 1995 - January, 1996) - Warren Ellis (writer), Mike Deodato Jr. (artist), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Avengers Unplugged#3 (January, 1996) - Mike Lackey (writer), M.C. Wyman (pencils), Sandu Florea (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Avengers I#398 (May, 1996) - Terry Kavanagh & Ben Raab (writers), Mike Deodato (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Mark Gruenwald (editor)
Sensational Spider-Man#5 (June, 1996) - Dan Jurgens (writer/artist), Klaus Janson (inks), Bob Budiansky & Ralph Macchio (editors)
Venom: The Hunted#3 (July, 1996) - Larry Hama (writer), Duncan Rouleau (pencils), John Stangeland (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Spider-Man Unlimited I#13 (August, 1996) - James Felder (writer), Joe Bennett (pencils), Randy Emberlin, Al Milgrom & Steve Montano (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Journey into Mystery I#505 (January, 1997) - Tom DeFalco (writer), Deodato Studios (artists), Mark Gruenwald & Terry Kavanagh (editors)
Ghost Rider III#82 (February, 1997) - Ivan Velez Jr. (writer), Pop Mahn (pencils), John Lowe (inks), James Felder (editor)
Spider-Man: Hobgoblin Lives#1 (January, 1997) - Roger Stern (writer), Ron Frenz (pencils), George Perez (inks), Tom Brevoort & Glenn Greenberg (editors)
Spider-Man: Hobgoblin Lives#3 (March, 1997) - Roger Stern (writer), Ron Frenz (pencils), Bob McLeod (inks), Tom Brevoort & Glenn Greenberg (editors)
Ghost Rider III#87 (August, 1997) - Ivan Velez Jr. (writer), Karl Kerschl (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Untold Tales of Spider-Man (October, 1997) - Eric Fein (writer), Stan Lee & Kurt Busiek (editors)
Spider-Man: Wanted Dead or Alive novel (May, 1998) - Craig Shaw Gardener (writer), Bob Hall (illustrations)
Fantastic Four III#35-36 (November-December, 2000) - Carlos Pacheco & Rafael Marin (writers), Carlos Pacheco (pencils), Jesus Merino (inks), Bobbie Chase (editor)
Fantastic Four III#46 (October, 2001) - Carlos Pacheco, Rafael Marin & Jeph Loeb (writers), Jeff Johnson (pencils), Joe Weems (inks), Bobbie Chase (editor)
New Thunderbolts#2-3 (January-February, 2005) - Fabian Nicieza & Kurt Busiek (writers), Tom Grummett (pencils), Gary Erskine (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Thunderbolts#8 (July, 2005) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Tom Grummett (pencils), Gary Erskine (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Down These Mean Streets (August, 2005) - Keith R.A. DeCandido (writer)
New Thunderbolts#10 (September, 2005) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Tom Grummett (pencils), Gary Erskine (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Thunderbolts#12 (November, 2005) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Tom Grummett (pencils), Gary Erskine (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
She-Hulk II#21 (October, 2007) - Dan Slott, Ty Templeton (writers), Rick Burchett (penciler), Cliff Rathburn (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)


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