Real Name: Dr. Deidre Wentworth (may be an alias)
Identity/Class: Human mutate, technology user
Occupation: Scientist; would-be World Conqueror;
former professor at Glasser Institute of Contemporary Psycho-physiology (possibly a front);
former Minister of Education for A.I.M.
Group Membership: Formerly A.I.M. High Council (Yelena Belova, Andrew
Forson, Graviton/Franklin Hall, Mentallo/Marvin Flumm, Ragnarok/Thor
clone, Taskmaster/Tony Masters);
formerly Dark Avengers (Norman Osborn/Iron Patriot/Green Goblin, Hulk/Skaar, Scarlet Witch/Toxic Doxie/June Covington, Spider-Man/Ai Apaec, Hawkeye/Trickshot/Barney Barton, Wolverine/Gorgon/Tomi Shishido);
former leader of the Femizons
Affiliations: Unidentified henchmen;
formerly Victoria Hand, Madame Hydra/Viper/Ophelia Sarkissian, Dr. Carolina Washington;
formerly served by her lieutenants (Blackbird (Heather O'Gara; formerly Jackdaw), Iron Maiden (Melina Vostakoff), MODAM, Moonstone (Karla Sofen), Nightshade (Tilda Johnson), Snapdragon (Sheoke Sanada), Snapdragon (Rachel Leighton, actually Diamondback);
empowered and trained Free Spirit (Cathy Webster);
formerly Baroness (Heike Zemo, would-be ally), Dr. Kincaid; Thundra (idol)
Enemies: Adaptoids, AIM, Avengers (Cannonball/Sam Guthrie, Smasher/Isabel Kane, Sunspot/Roberto DaCosta, Wasp/Janet Van Dyne), Avengers of Earth-14325 (General America, Iron Monger/Edwin Jarvis, Thorr, Ant-Man, Hulk, Wasp), Baron Zemo
(Helmut Zemo), Baroness, Alessandro Brannex (Super-Adaptoid), BAD
Girls inc (Asp (Cleo Nefertiti), Black Mamba, Diamondback (Rachel
Leighton), Captain America (Steve Rogers), MODAM, New Avengers (Luke Cage, Daredevil/Matt Murdock, Dr.
Strange/Stephen Strange, Iron Fist/Daniel Rand, Jessica Jones,
Mockingbird/Barbara Morse, Ms. Marvel/Carol Danvers, Spider-Man/Peter
Parker, Thing/Ben Grimm, Wolverine/James Howlett), Next Avengers
of Earth-10071 (Francis Barton, Henry Pym Jr, James Rogers, Azari T’Challa, Torunn), Paladin, Red Skull (Johann Shmidt), Skaar
Known Relatives: Thundra (alleged descendant)
Aliases: Formerly Ms. Marvel;
Dr. Deidre Wentworth (if it is not her real name)
Base of Operations: Unrevealed;
formerly Barbuda/AIM Island, Caribbean Sea;
formerly the Glasser Institute?;
formerly Femizonia Island;
First Appearance: Captain America I#387 (BTS, July, 1991);
(seen/identified) Captain America I#390 (late August, 1991)
Powers: Superia is extremely intelligent
and extensively educated, having mastered the disciplines of
genetics, physics, biochemistry, metallurgy, architecture, and
She is 6'6" tall and has superhuman strength
(enhanced human), and likely enhanced human endurance, agility,
speed, etc. She has mastered many forms of combat.
project energy blasts able to be used for concussive force or as
destructive energy able to blow a six inch hole through a person.
It is uncertain which, if any, of her abilities are within her,
and which are part of her costume.
She at least formerly used a hover-platform to
Superia has developed several pieces of advanced technology. She created the time-probe, allowing her to snare inanimate objects from other time periods and bring them to her. The Feminization Process can allegedly transform men into women. She designed much of the technology at Femizonia Island, including the hermetically sealed barrier and the Sterility Seeds. Her dampening discs could neutralize the power source of AIM's adaptoids (the Cosmic Cube's energy), and possibly other power sources as well. She developed an anti-serum to counteract the Super-Soldier Serum breakdown that occurred in Captain America and the Red Skull.
She at least previously surrounded herself with a number of women warriors, some of whom are superhuman or technology users.
Weight: 180 lbs.
History: Superia has undergone extensive education, and events in her life have guided her towards a disdain for men, a belief in the inherent superiority of women, and the desire for women to rule the Earth. She has undergone some derivation of the strength-augmentation process.
(Captain America I#391(fb)) - Superia invented the time-probe, with which she acquired a history text from the 23rd century in the alternate future of Earth-Femizonia. This gave her definitive proof of the existence of Femizonia, which would be the leading nation state of the entire world. Femizonia covered most of North America, it was governed by women, and men served only as slaves. According to the history texts from Femizonia, something occurred in the 1990s, the Outbreak, which directly led to the founding of Femizonia. Her investigations also led her to believe that she herself was the direct ancestor of Thundra, greatest of the Femizons.
Superia set out to bring about the potential future of Femizonia, a world ruled by women. She set up a base on what would become Femizonia Island. Her plan involved using missiles launched into the upper atmosphere that would then explode and emit special microbiological weapons of Superia's creation--Sterility Seeds. This would sterilize all of the women of the world. Meanwhile, Superia began to gather what she felt to be the best and the brightest women in the world (or at least those that would be interested in her plan) , all under thirty and physically fit, and bring them to Superia Island. Superia Island would be encased within a hermetically sealed dome, making the women within the dome humanity's most precious and vital resource. Her plan would lead to the nations of the world capitulating to her every demand, in order that the human race would survive. This in turn would give Superia control of the destiny of the human race, and make her ruler of the world.
(Captain America I#387-389 - BTS, 390-392) - "The Superia Stratagem"-After nearly a decade of work, Superia recruited Nightshade to assist her in adding to the technology of Superia Island. She recruited Blackbird, MODAM (on lease from AIM), and Moonstone to act as her operatives. She had gathered over 10, 500 civilian women. Superia sent her operatives to gather the super-villain women of the world to her side. Included with at least some of the invitations were large sums of cash, as much as $100, 000. Approximately 50 super-villain women were brought aboard the luxury cruiseliner, the S. S. Superia, en route to Superia Island. After the super-women reached Superia Island, Superia introduced herself and revealed a portion of her plans to initiate the creation of Femizonia. Captain America and Paladin had traced Diamondback to the S. S. Superia and had been captured. Superia subjected them to the feminization treatment, hoping that once they had come over to the other side, they would see the light.
The Asp and Black Mamba rebelled against Superia's plans, and they freed Captain America and Paladin. Captain America eventually confronted Superia, who challenged Captain America to single combat to determine who was...superior. After a short, inconclusive battle, Cap deflected one of Superia's blasts into the air, where it struck and damaged the Island's dome. Although Superia's missiles had already been launched, she was forced to flee to remotely deactivate the bombs, or everyone inside the dome would be sterilized as well. Cap, Paladin, and their female allies left aboard the Avengers quinjet which arrived shortly afterwards. Meanwhile Quasar located Superia's missiles and transported them to Uranus (still funny no matter how old I get), where they would do no harm. The majority of the super-villainesses apparently went their separate ways.
(Captain America I#411-414) - Superia was left with a small
group of allies, who now formed the core of the Femizons:
herself, Blackbird, Iron Maiden, and Snapdragon. These four
attended the AIM Weapons Expo on Boca Caliente, with the plan of
taking over the Island, and using their profits to finance
Superia's further plans of worldwide conquest. Superia met with
Alessandro Brannex, the head of AIM, and blasted a hole through
his chest. She was quickly subdued by MODAM, who retained her
loyalty to AIM and refused to aid Superia. Brannex was revealed
to be an adaptoid, and he recovered from the assault. Brannex
directed MODAM to dispose of Superia.
Blackbird and Iron Maiden flew to help Superia, while Snapdragon was confronted by Diamondback, who had been toughened by recent experiences and sought revenge for her near drowning on the S. S. Superia. Diamondback killed Snapdragon, while MODAM blasted Blackbird into submission, leaving the Iron Maiden unable to stop MODAM as she took off with Superia. Captain America took a sky-sled from AIM and attacked MODAM, forcing her to drop Superia into the water. Captain America saved Superia from drowning (she had been bound in manacles), but she gave him no thanks, and swam to shore.
BTS - Superia recovered, but apparently dissolved the Femizons.
(Captain America I#431-433) - As
Dr. Deidre Wentworth, Superia began a research project on a
performance-enhancing technique using subliminal learning tapes at the Glasser Insitute (?).
She sought young women for this project, and gained Cathy Webster
as a volunteer. The process allegedly unleashed Webster's full
potential and tore down the barriers that prevented her mind and
body from achieving "holistic convergence." Wentworth
guided Webster to form the costumed identity of Free Spirit, to
speak out against sexist activities on campus. However, when Free
Spirit got involved in a struggle at one of these events, the
subliminal training pushed her to hate and want to hurt men.
Webster overcame the "brainwashing" and sought out
Wentworth for questioning, but she and her entire research
facility were mysteriously gone.
Superia traveled to Malpaso, Mexico to meet with the Baroness at
Castle Zemo, in an effort to convince her to join her alliance of
empowered, like-minded females. However, their discussions were
overheard by Helmut Zemo, who was infuriated at the betrayal of
his beloved Baroness, and he gassed and imprisoned the two of
them. The Baroness convinced Helmut that she had lied to Superia
to learn her motives, and so he released her.
Meanwhile, a number of other costumed adventurers had converged on Castle Zemo. Captain America had come in investigation of the disappearance of a number of children, Diamondback had come following Captain America, and Free Spirit had followed Dr. Wentworth's trail. Diamondback happened across the still bound Superia, who revealed that she knew she had killed Snapdragon, and manipulated her into serving out the remainder of Snapdragon's contract with her. Superia convinced Diamonback by telling her that she could cure Captain America from the breakdown of the Super Soldier Serum that was currently debilitating him. Free Spirit attempted to stop Superia, but Diamondback clocked her from behind.
(Captain America I#439) - Superia claimed to have developed the cure she had predicted and offered it to Diamondback if she would serve as its test subject. Diamondback agreed, and Superia proclaimed the anti-serum a success.
(Captain America I#440, [Avengers I#387], Captain America I#441, Avengers I#388) - "Taking AIM"-As AIM was working on the development of a new Cosmic Cube, Captain America and several allies traveled to Boca Caliente to prevent the energy of the Cube from raging out of control. Superia, with Rachel (as the new Snapdragon), went to Boca Caliente as well, hoping to steal the power of the Cube for herself, gain revenge on AIM for her previous defeat, and to offer the cure to Captain America. When Captain America collapsed, paralyzed, from a total seize-up from his condition, Superia gave him a test dose of the serum, which temporarily restored his mobility.
Superia and Snapdragon continued to infiltrate the island, fighting their way through AIM's army of Adaptoids. They encountered Captain America after another episode of total paralysis and prepared to take him from the island, to flee the Cube's energies, which were becoming dangerously unstable. A power surge blew out the ground beneath them, and Superia offered Captain America a full dose of her anti-serum in exchange for a debt of honor to be named at a later date. Captain America, although almost paralyzed, rejected her offer, and knocked the syringe containing the anti-serum from her hands. It was caught by the Red Skull, who was also investigating the Cube's energies, and suffering from the same breakdown process as Cap. The Skull used the serum on himself, and then blasted Superia, apparently killing her, to prevent her from developing more serum that might be used to help Captain America.
(New Avengers II#12 (fb) – BTS) – Superia set up a new criminal organization made up of former H.A.M.M.E.R. agents. She sent an invite to Victoria Hand, not knowing she was working with the New Avengers.
(New Avengers II#13 (fb) – BTS) – Superia began working on perfecting a strain of the Infinity Formula, as well as one of Mutant Growth Hormone. She gave the MGH to her agents, powering them up in dangerous ways.
(New Avengers II#9) – In Barrington, Rhode Island, Wentworth arrived at the Things-N-Things store and ordered the henchmen there to get her office set-up immediately. The New Avengers attacked, shocking Superia.
(New Avengers II#10) – As her agents battled the New Avengers, Superia sought to contain the situation, but she was attacked by Ms. Marvel. Superia fought back, demanding to know how the heroes had known about her scheme when she’d worked so hard to stay off the radar. As the battle wound down, Superia caused several trucks to explode by blasting their gas tanks, sending the New Avengers reeling. Mockingbird was horribly wounded in the fight.
(New Avengers II#12) – Realizing Victoria Hand was behind the New Avengers finding her, Superia went to confront her, slamming her head into a wall. Hand told Superia she had had no choice, as Captain America was watching her so closely.
(New Avengers II#13 (fb) – BTS) – Superia planned on escaping via boat to Cuba along with a few scientist allies. Guessing that Hand would betray her again, Superia prepared for the New Avengers to find her.
(New Avengers II#13) – On the docks, Superia had a powerful ship hit the New Avengers with offensive weaponry while she fired an energy rifle at them, but she was soon overwhelmed. She offered them the Infinity Formula if they would let her go, but Dr. Strange simply took the formula from her, then Ms. Marvel knocked her out. Superia was placed in the Vault without due process. When she found a symbol for the Goblin Nation in her cell, she commended Hand on her good work.
(New Avengers II#16.1) – When Norman Osborn escaped from the Vault, he broke Superia out with him.
(New Avengers II#18 (fb)) – Superia introduced Osborn to their new allies, including Dr. Monica Rappaccini, who led A.I.M., Gorgon, who lead the Hand, and Madame Hydra, who led Hydra.
(New Avengers II#16.1) – Later, they stood before thousands of criminals with Madame Hydra and were cheered on.
(Avengers IV#18) – Superia, Osborn, and Madame Hydra met with Dr. Carolina Washington, who had genetic samples from much of the super hero community.
(New Avengers II#17) – Superia, Osborn, Madame Hydra, and Gorgon tasked A.I.M. to build an Ultimo to attack the New Avengers, with the goal of obtaining Iron Man’s armor. When the New Avengers got the upperhand, Superia authorized the collection of Wolverine’s blood instead.
(New Avengers II#18 (fb)) – Superia accompanied Osborn to a jungle in South America to recruit Ai Aipec, and they gave him a serum that turned him into a six-armed Spider-Man. She soon helped Osborn form a new Dark Avengers team, including Wolverine/Gorgon, Scarlet Witch/Toxic Doxie, Hulk/Skaar, Hawkeye/Barney Barton, Spider-Man/Ai Aipec, and Superia herself joined as the new Ms. Marvel.
(Avengers IV#20) – Superia was present when Osborn questioned Madame Hydra about her new octopus head.
(New Avengers II#19) – Osborn led his Avengers team in battling an Atlantean threat, then the New Avengers showed up.
(New Avengers II#20) – “Ms. Marvel” briefly sparred with Daredevil before attacked the New Avengers’ ship, destroying it. Luke Cage hit “Ms. Marvel”, then the New Avengers cast a spell and teleported away.
(New Avengers II#21) – The Dark Avengers watched from afar as Ragnarok, the Thor clone, battled the New Avengers across the city, but the heroes soon dumped the body of Ragnarok at Osborn’s feet.
(New Avengers II#22) – The Dark Avengers saw news that the New Avengers were being kicked out of Avengers Mansion. The Dark Avengers were on their way to attack the New Avengers again when Skaar turned on them.
(New Avengers II#23) – As Skaar lashed out at them, the Dark Avengers attacked, with “Ms. Marvel” punching Skaar in the face with an energy blast. Skaar easily defeated the others. As the Dark Avengers woke up, they found the New Avengers attacking them. The real Ms. Marvel easily defeated Superia.
(Avengers IV#24 (fb)) – Superia was present with Madame Hydra and Dr. Rappaccini when Norman Osborn got super-powers related to the Super-Adaptoid.
(Secret Avengers II#2 (fb) – BTS) – Superia joined the new government of A.I.M., taking the position of Minister of Education.
(Secret Avengers II#2) – On A.I.M. Island, Superia was attended to by beautiful women. Later, the High Council met on Barbuda, the island nation now recognized by the United Nations.
(Avengers V#14) – Superia watched A.I.M. agents tend to a mysterious pod, and they used harmonics to open it.
(Avengers V#15) – The Pod armor escaped from containment and overpowered A.I.M. as it flew away. Superia sat in the hallway in shock, regretting ever bringing the unit back to the island.
(Avengers V#16) – Superia reviewed the Pod problem with Andrew Forson, and they monitored Pod’s battle with the Avengers in Australia. Seeing Pod as having great power, they determined to try to reacquire it.
(Avengers V#17) – In Austrailia, over the unconscious forms of the Avengers, Superia approached Pod calmly, saying that she could help the armor achieve its goals, then she helped A.I.M. take it by force. Soldiers picked through the area, taking things, including items from the bodies of the Avengers, and Superia wondered why they simply didn’t kill the heroes, but Forson forbid it. Manifold attacked and used teleportation gates to sent A.I.M. and Superia to random locations, with Superia landing in an unfamiliar desert.
(Secret Avengers II#7) – The Secret Avengers attacked Barbuda, and Superia gathered A.I.M. forces to get Forson to safety. Superia yelled at Taskmaster for having been unavailable when he was needed before.
(Secret Avengers II#8) – When Forson called a meeting, Superia entered Graviton’s lair to call him, but she privately invited an alliance between them in case things with A.I.M. went south.
(Secret Avengers II#12) – Posing as Andrew Forson, Mockingbird called a meeting of the High Council to discuss the Extremis and nanobot projects, then “he” asked for more time to work on them. Superia and the other leaders later met to discuss Forson’s inadequacies as a leader.
(Secret Avengers II#13) – Superia grew annoyed with Forson for gloating about his petty victories over the Avengers.
(Avengers V#25) – Superia received a report from A.I.M. about their collection of energies into the Negative Zone. Soon, a group of evil alternate reality (Earth-14325) Avengers (General America, Iron Monger/Edwin Jarvis, Thorr, Ant-Man, Hulk, Wasp) appeared in the portal. Superia and Forson confronted the team, who soon departed. They made plans to continue delving into other realities for resources.
(Avengers World I#2) – Superia, Graviton, and Jude oversaw the captivity of Avengers members Smasher, Cannonball, and Sunspot.
(Secret Avengers II#15) – Sensing that A.I.M. was about to be defeated, Superia wondered if they could stop it, but Graviton and Jude assured her that the end was inevitable.
(Avengers II#27) – Superia tracked the result of recent A.I.M. experiments on the Adaptoids, and reported that the alternate reality Avengers were now fighting the real Avengers. She sent a team to retrieve the rogue Avengers.
(Avengers II#28) – When the rogue Avengers returned, Superia helped send them back to alternate realities.
(Avengers World I#5) – On Barbuda, Superia, Graviton, and Jude met with Forson to discuss A.I.M.’s expansions, and they prepared to utilize the controlled Smasher against the attacking Avengers.
(Punisher X#4) – Forson and Superia hired Domino to raid a S.H.I.E.L.D. station.
(Avengers World I#9) – Superia interacted with the other leaders on Barbuda.
(Avengers World I#10) – Jude, Superia, and Graviton stood with Forson as he assmebled A.I.M.’s soldiers on Barbuda.
(Avengers World I#11) – Flanked by A.I.M. agents, Superia and Graviton faced against the future Avengers (Francis Barton, Henry Pym Jr, James Rogers, Azari T’Challa, Torunn), Manifold, and Maria Hill. Wasp-616 (Janet Van Dyne) knocked Superia with a blast to her inner ear.
(Avengers World I#14) – Superia stood with Graviton, Jude, and Forson before Barbuda fell, with A.I.M. defeated by the Avengers.
Comments: Created by Mark Gruenwald and Rik Levins.
For the record, in Savage Tales, the first appearance of the Femizons of the future, the catalyst that triggered the formation of Femizonia, was said to have taken place "at the end of last century." Since that story took place in the 23rd Century, "last century" should refer to the 22nd century (2100s) or possibly the 21st century (2000s). That means that Superia's plans were off by 100-200 years...which may be why her plot was foiled.
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe I#11 detailed the events that created the world of Femizonia, but named the date as the end of the 20th Century. The two sources are not mutually exclusive, and it is possible to integrate them. For more information, see the Femizons of Thundra.
A lot of people complained about the Superia Stratagem, but I liked it. The Feminization Process was a little too campy for me, though. Holy ovaries, Batman!
References in the Superia Stratagem to the 1990s are obviously topical.
Superia has a full entry in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe 2006 A-Z#11, updated/reformatted somewhat in 2009's Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z hardcover#11.
Thanks to Mike Castle for
providing Superia...I mean, superior digital images to the old,
low-resolution ones from when I did the profile in October, 2001.
Profile by Snood. Updates (2011-2014) by Chadman.
Clarifications: Superia's Femizons are
to be distinguished from:
Femizonia Island, the base of Superia's
Femizons, is to be distinguished from:
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Captain America I#3__
New Avengers I#9, p12, pan1 (in leather skirt)
New Avengers II#18, p22, pan1 (as Ms. Marvel)
Secret Avengers II#2, p11, pan2 (Minister of Education)
Captain America I#388-392 (late July - late September, 1991) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Rik Levins (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Captain America I#411-413 (January-March, 1993) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Rik Levins (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Captain America I#414 (April, 1993) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Rik Levins & M.C. Wyman (pencils), Danny Bulanadi & friends (inks), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Captain America I#431 (September, 1994) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Dave Hoover (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Captain America I#432 (October, 1994) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Dario Carrasco (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Captain America I#433 (November, 1994) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Dave Hoover (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Captain America I#439 (May, 1995) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Dave Hoover (pencils), Scott Koblish & Danny Bulanadi (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Captain America I#440 (June, 1995) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Dave Hoover (pencils), Marie Severin, Danny Bulanadi & Don Hudson (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Captain America I#441 (July, 1995) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Dave Hoover (pencils), Danny Bulanadi, Don Hoover, Rick Hudson, R. Hoover & Williams (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Avengers I#387-388 (June-July, 1995) - Bob Harras & Terry Kavanagh (writers), Mike Deodato (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
New Avengers II#9-10, 12-13 (April-May; July-August, 2011) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Mike Deodato Jr, Howard Chaykin (artists), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers II#16.1 (November, 2011) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Neal Adams (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers IV#18 (December, 2011) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Daniel Acuna (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers II#17 (December, 2011) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Mike Deodato, Will Conrad (artists), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers II#18 (January, 2012) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Mike Deodato (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers IV#20 (February, 2012) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Daniel Acuna (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers II#19-21 (February-April, 2012) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Mike Deodato (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers II#22 (April, 2012) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Mike Deodato Jr (penciler), Will Conrad (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers IV#24 (May, 2012) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Daniel Acuna (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers II#23 (May, 2012) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Mike Deodato Jr (penciler), Will Conrad (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Secret Avengers II#2-3 (May-June, 2013) - Nick Spencer (writer), Luke Ross (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers V#14-16 (August-September, 2013) - Jonathan Hickman, Nick Spencer (writers), Stefano Caselli (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers V#17 (October, 2013) - Jonathan Hickman, Nick Spencer (writers), Stefano Caselli, Marco Rudy, Marco Checchetto (artists), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Secret Avengers II#7 (October, 2013) - Nick Spencer (writer), Butch Guice, Steve Epting, Brian Thies (pencilers), Rick Magyar (inker), Lauren Sankovitch (editor)
Secret Avengers II#8 (October, 2013) - Nick Spencer (writer), Luke Ross (artist), Lauren Sankovitch (editor)
Secret Avengers II#12 (February, 2014) - Nick Spencer, Ales Kot (writers), Butch Guice (artist), Lauren Sankovitch (editor)
Secret Avengers II#13 (February, 2014) - Nick Spencer, Ales Kot (writers), Butch Guice (penciler), Joe Rubinstein, Tom Palmer (inkers), Lauren Sankovitch (editor)
Avengers V#25 (March, 2014) - Jonathan Hickman (writer), Salvador Larroca (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Secret Avengers II#15 (April, 2014) - Nick Spencer, Ales Kot (writers), Luke Ross (artist), Lauren Sankovitch (editor)
Avengers V#27-28 (May-June, 2014) - Jonathan Hickman (writer), Salvador Larroca (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers World I#5 (June, 2014) - Jonathan Hickman, Nick Spencer (writers), Stefano Caselli (artist), Will Moss (Editor)
Punisher X#4 (June, 2014) - Nathan Edmondson (writer), Mitch Gerads (artist), Jake Thomas (editor)
Avengers World I#9 (September, 2014) - Nick Spencer (writer), Stefano Caselli (artist), Wil Moss (editor)
Avengers World I#10 (September, 2014) - Nick Spencer (writer), Marco Checchetto (artist), Will Moss (editor)
Avengers World I#11 (October, 2014) - Nick Spencer (writer), Raffaele Ienco (artist), Will Moss (editor)
Avengers World I#14 (December, 2014) - Nick Spencer (writer), Marco Checchetto (artist), Will Moss (editor)
First Posted: 10/25/2001
Last updated: 11/25/2020
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