Real Name: Dr. Suzi Endo

Identity/Class: Human technology user; former human mutate

Occupation: Science operative, cyberneticist

Group Membership: None;
former employee of O.A.S. (Organization of American States);
formerly "Team War Machine" (Parnell Jacobs, Glenda Sandoval, War Machine/James Rhodes, War Machine Armored Support 01/Bethany Cabe, War Machine Armored Support 02/Lt. Jake Oh);
former employee of Stark Enterprises

Affiliations: American Eagle (Jason Strongbow), Eastland Consultancy (Kaylie Harrison, Ernst Hoyer, Mike Zelinsky), Fantatic Four (Invisible Woman/Susan Richards, Mr. Fantastic/Reed Richards, Spider-Man/Peter Parker, Thing/Ben Grimm), Horacio de la Fuente, Force Works (US Agent/John Walker, Spider-Woman/Julia Carpenter, Iron Man/Tony Stark, Century, Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff), Mockingbird (Bobbi Morse), PLATO, Ronin (Clint Barton), Tigra, Fisher Todd, Ultimo, War Machine (James Rhodes), Wonder Man (Simon Williams), Dr. Su Yin;
formerly High Evolutionary (Herbert Edgar Wyndham)

Enemies: Palmer Addley, Anton Aubuisson, the Avatars, Bainesville Ten, Judith Brickley, Cybermancer, Eaglestar International, Galactus, HAMMER, Iron Patriot (Norman Osborn), SHIELD, Skrulls, Morgan Stark;
formerly American Eagle, Fantastic Four (Invisible Woman/Susan Richards, Mr. Fantastic/Reed Richards, Spider-Man/Peter Parker, Thing/Ben Grimm), Ultimo;
possibly Comet Man (see comments)

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: Cybermancer, Seeker

Base of Operations: Mobile;
formerly mobile onboard Ultimo;
formerly The Works;
formerly Stark Enterprises, Hong Kong branch;

First Appearance: (As Suzi Endo) Force Works#6 (December, 1994); (as Cybermancer) Civil War: Front Line#8 (November, 2006); (as Seeker) Silver Surfer V#3 (June, 2011)

Powers/Abilities: Suzi Endo possesses no superhuman abilities. She is an expert in cybernetic technology with a phenomal understanding of machines and their programming, utilizing and manipulating any technology with ease. At some point she started using a self-programmed cybernetic interface, which made it even easier for her to interact with machines.
   Wearing the Cybermancer armor granted her supheruman strength (Class 25 or higher) and speed, as well as the power of flight. It was equipped with shock rays to stun opponents, siphon functions to shut down any technology, heat seeker missiles, and hard-light knife-blade missiles and bombs. Its formidable durability could be augmented by its hard-light cyber-cloak, which could become as hard as Adamantium. Its sensors could detect any biological, radioactive or kinetic signal within an undertimed radius. Its internals comkputers allowed her to calculate the trajectories and arcs of incoming projectiles or opponents and avoid them at a moment's notice.
   Imbued with the Power Cosmic granted her immortality, the ability to survive without oxygen, food, drink or sleep. Near limitless strength and durability, warp speed flight with her retractable energy wings, Power Cosmic energy blasts from her hands, the ability to reconstrust or animate matter, transmutation, healing, phasing, sensory augmentation, gravity manipulation, and a telepathic connection to the High Evolutionary.

Height: 5'4"
Weight: 111 lbs.
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Black

History: (Marvel Comics Presents I#170/2 (fb)) - Tony Stark visited Stark Enterprises' Hong Kong division, where Suzi Endo showed him holo-displays of her work.

(Force Works#6) - Workers in the SE cybernetics division alerted Suzi to the loss of contact with China. She observed that there was no electromagnetic activity on the mainland at all. Then the lights went out as the Avatars attacked Hong Kong. Suzi ordered an evacuation, and sent a call for help, which was received by Stark Enterprises and relayed to Force Works.

(Marvel Comics Presents I#170/2 (fb)) - As the Avatars attacked SE HK, Suzi hid in the sub-basement, emerging an hour later to find the building in ruins, and her work destroyed.

(Marvel Comics Presents I#170/2) - Suzi watched Force Works defeat and chase off the Avatars.

(War Machine I#10) - Stark and Force Works arrived at SE HK, and found Suzi unconscious. After she recovered, she directed Stark to the building’s commlink, before being checked for injuries by Su Yin.

(Iron Man I#312) - Iron Man and Su Yin brought Suzi in on their plan to create a techno-organic virus to defeat the Mandarin. Stark trusted her with his secret ID. Afer the Mandarin was defeated, she sought Stark’s signature on papers needed to get the cybernetics division back in order. When War Machine thought he recognised the Chu-janitor, she claimed to have only hired him that day.


(Force Works#16) - Suzi returned a call from Stark, accepting an offer of a new job, telling him she would be on the next flight to LA.

(Iron Man I#321) - Suzi arrived in LA, watched from the shadows by Cybermancer.

BTS- Cybermancer captured Suzi, and took her place

(Force Works#19) - In the last moments of her life, Amanda Chaney found Suzi stored in a cryo-unit in the Works’ secret basement.

BTS- Force Works found Suzi, removed her from the cryo-unit and took her to their medi-bay.

(Force Works#21) - Suzi recovered in the FW medi-bay. US Agent took her to meet Cybermancer, and she was shocked and horrified by what she could become, and considered Cybermancer a "timely warning" of what not to become. When the future-versions of Ultron and Wonder Man arrived and defeated FW, PLATO advised Suzi to first remain in her room, then hide somewhere. But, wanting to fight back, she took the Cybermancer costume.

(Force Works#22) - Suzi showed up, wearing a Cybermancer gauntlet, and used it to remote-control the rest of the costume into hurling itself through the open temportal, sealing it closed. She then decided to return to Hong Kong to work on reverse-engineering the remaining Cybermancer gauntlet.

(Civil War: Battle Damage Report#1) - At some point Suzi rebuilt the Cybermancer armor and took over the mantle of her alternate future counterpart. She was active in Hong Kong and the neighoring islands.

  After attending a Stark cybernetics conference in New York, she used vacation leave to remain in the United States a few weeks longer. She presumed that she wouldn't have to register when the SHRA was passed because of her connections to Stark and her non-resident status.

(Civil War: Frontline#8/3) - During an attempt by Cybermancer to prevent a bank heist three civilians were killed and Suzi was arrested by SHIELD agents. During the heist Comet Man, was injured as well.

(Civil War: Battle Damage Report#1) - She was deported to Hong Kong to avoid a diplomatic crisis.

(Iron Man IV#33 (fb) - BTS) - Suzi received a message from Tony Stark wherein he told her that the world was coming to an end and that she had to board a shuttle to Tony's secret satellite.

(Iron Man IV#33) - Suzi soon realized that she was called by Stark for her expertise in cybernetics. When she was joined by War Machine she told him about a message only Rhodes could access. She was shocked when she saw that Rhodes had been turned into a cyborg. Together they listened to Stark's message. Stark's message sow dissent between Suzi and Rhodes, but they soon reconciled without fighting each other when Skrull ships found the satellite. Suzi connected Rhodes to the satellite, giving him full control over it. With Rhodes in control the satellite turned into a giant robot.

(Iron Man IV#34) - Suzi kept Rhodes informed about their shields and the current activities of the attacking Skrulls. After all, but one ship, had been destroyed Suzi informed Rhodes that his armor had been repaired. She also noted that the satellite's cloaking device was reactivated and that the satellite was moved to a Molniya orbit. War Machine left the station to go after the last ship and kept contact with Suzi. After destroying the last ship that had attacked the satellite, Suzi gave War Machine the nearest location of a Skrull attack in Tatischevo, a nuclear weapons depot. When War Machine was sent away by Crimson Dynamo, Suzi informed him that the Russians would be loosing without War Machine's help and sent him back down. War Machine was caught by the Skrulls.

(Iron Man IV#35) - War Machine reestablished contact with Suzi, who was glad that he wasn't dead. She told him that he was still above Tatischevo and told him to do some damage on the Skrull ship first to give her time to even the odds against the attacking Skrulls in Russia. Suzi used Skrul codes to enable War Machine to take control over the Skrull ship he was currently on. War Machine attacked one of the other ships and ultimately three warships were destroyed. After fighting together with the Winter Guard against the Skrulls, War Machine tried to escape, but Russian jets followed him. Suzi informed War Machine that he couldn't outrun them at his current power level, but Crimson Dynamo saved War Machine.

(Dark Reign: New Nation#1/3) - Suzi was surprised that War Machine wanted to go after enhanced polar bears. She was also concerned about his health, but War Machine only wanted to fight and implied that it was probably time to go home for her. Suzi stayed and kept War Machine informed about his targets controlled by Anton Aubuisson, a former colleague of War Machine. Suzi told War Machine that he couldn't kill Aubuisson because his presence in the Arctic was sanctioned by Canada, the United States and the resident Anunquit. War Machine destroyed Aubuisson's control rod and the bears killed him. Suzi then decided to go home like War Machine had asked her to do.

(War Machine II#4) - War Machine told Bethany Cabe to contact Suzi Endo and ask her to find a solution to heal Eaglestar's test subject of the Ultimo virus. With the info Suzi got from Bethany she found out that the virus was spread by touch and that it infected almost instantaneously. She suggested a chemical firestorm to eliminate all infected subjects, but War Machine wanted something non-lethal. Suzi only warned him that millions could get infected if only one test subject reached Aqiria's capital city.

(War Machine II#5) - Suzi worked on a contagion for the Ultimo virus. War Machine allowed her to hack his firmware so that he could absorb the Ultimo virus and buy her more time. Suzi used the time to calibrate the EMP on the War Machine Satellite (War Machine space headquarter), which Parnell Jacobs then flew to Aqiria. Parnell released the calibrated EMP and it destroyed the Ultimo virus. Suzi then joined War Machine in his quest to find the people in the US that provided Eaglestar with the Ultimo virus.

(War Machine II#6) - Suzi used a counter frequency to hide "Team War Machine" approaching the home of War Machine's mother Roberta Rhodes within Arizona's Navajo reservation to avoid HAMMER's jurisdiction. They were confronted by American Eagle, who easily crushed Suzi's rifle and then beat up War Machine's allies. They still managed to distract American Eagle long enough for War Machine to reach the nearby Mackelroy Army Base when Jahe Oh dressed up in a spare War Machine suit to fight American Eagle.

(War Machine II#7) - "Team War Machine" took a jeep to Mackelroy Army Base. Suzi told War Machine to not blow up everything because they needed the base's databanks to prove they were working on the Ultimo virus. She then watched as Ultimo's head rose from the wreckage and attacked War Machine. After the head was taken down Suzi downloaded all data on the Ultimo experiments from Mackelroy Army Base and learned that Ultimo's CPU got split into three units and stashed in three different locations in the US. Suzi sent Cabe, Oh and War Machine to the three locations to destroy the CPU units.

(War Machine II#8) - Suzi and Parnell accompanied War Machine on his way to Morgan Stark, who had taken Stark Solutions' part of Ultimo's CPU with him. Ronin (Clint Barton), Mockingbird, Tigra and Wonder Man attacked "Team War Machine". Tigra knocked out Suzi and Parnell on their plane and knocked them out. War Machine then used his magno locks to incorporate both planes into his armor forcing Wonder Man, the biggest threat to him, to save Suzi, Parnell, Tigra and Mockingbird. While Wonder Man carried them back to the surface Suzi revealed to him how US Agency for Alien Quarantine and Technology assistant director Reginald Gunderson gave Ultimo tech to private organizations. Witnessing Ultimo's rebirth around Morgan Stark, Suzi contacted Bethany and Jake to learn if they were able to destroy the other parts of Ultimo's CPU. She was glad to learn that both were successful. Suzi watched War Machine fight Ultimo and when Ultimo self-destructed informed Parnell that Ultimo couldn't bind with human tissue. She was shocked like everyone else when Ultimo converted all vegetation into metal.

(War Machine II#9) - Suzi watched the situation enfold and kept "Team War Machine" informed about everything. When Ultimo tapped into War Machine's neural net once again she tried to separate them once again, but Iron Patriot (Norman Osborn) arrived to foil her plans and attacked War Machine to force his separation from Ultimo. While War Machine and Iron Patriot fought Ultimo, Suzi informed them that Ultimo would continue to explode over and over again to spread. She informed War Machine that he couldn't kill Ultimo because it was liquid metal and watched War Machine and Iron Patriot tap into Ultimo's neural net to convince it to abandon its genocidal ways. They succeeded and Suzi informed everyone that Ultimo rebooted itself and purged its programming.

(War Machine II#10) - When Iron Patriot (Norman Osborn) attempted to take control over Ultimo (because he was the one that convinced Ultimo to purge its genocidal programming), War Machine stole Ultimo and gave it to Suzi to take it off planet and teach it right from wrong. With Suzi inside of Ultimo they flew into space.

(War Machine II#11 (fb) - BTS) - Suzi taught Ultimo how not to murder for two weeks.

(War Machine II#11) - Aboard Ultimo, seven miles above Portland, Oregon, Suzi was contacted by James Rhodes from prison and he told her to not break him out, but do something else for him. Suzi sent part of Ultimo to Osborntech Laboratories in Bancor, Maine to infiltrate the facility and give Team War Machine some intel on the whereabouts of James Rhodes' cloned body.

(War Machine II#12 (fb) - BTS) - Suzi was aware that Osborn could hack into Ultimo and overhear everything they say, so Suzi decided to lie about their plans including the proximity the cloned body of Rhodes had to be in to transfer Rhodey's mind into it.

(War Machine II#12) - Rhodes contacted his team and Suzi, still aboard Ultimo, informed him that she would transfer his mind into the cloned body as soon as the clone was within a 100 miles radius. When Osborn interrupted the conversation Rhodes told his team to evacuate immediately.

  While HAMMER attacked the imprisoned War Machine and Team War Machine Suzi infected the Bainesville Ten, a group of corrupt politicians and other people of influence Team War Machine had tried to expose, with droplets of Ultimo-tech. At the same time she transferred War Machine's consciousness into his cloned body aboard Osborn's Helicarrier. Unaware of the happenings Osborn didn't pay attention to Suzi, who finished the transfer of Rhodes' consciousness, activated the Ultimo-tech inside the Bainesville Ten, who were now forced to see their crimes over and over again, and deleted all files Osborn had on Team War Machine. She then appeared with Ultimo and extracted Rhodes in his new body from Osborn's Helicarrier.

(Iron Man 2.0#2 (fb) - BTS) - Suzi kept tabs on War Machine in case she needed him for references.

(Silver Surfer V#1 (fb) - BTS) - At some point Suzi Endo got a job in Mexico with O.A.S.
   When a coronal mass ejection from the sun, caused by Galactus feeding on Earth's sun, disabled satellites above Endo sent a cloud of fly-spies into Earth's mesosphere to reestablish contact with the satellites.

(Silver Surfer V#1) - After reestablishing contact with satellites Suzi was taken to Rio Grande Valley by Major Ramirez to establish contact with the Silver Surfer, who was fighting the military after they had shot civilians for a drug cartel. When Suzi realized that the Surfer was fighting crime he gave her one of the bullets he had taken from the woman, whose life he had just saved, to trace it back to the soldiers. She felt the Power Cosmic when he gave her the bullet. Moments later Suzi witnessed the High Evolutionary attacking the Silver Surfer and taking the Power Cosmic away from him. The military shot the Silver Surfer after he had lost his powers.

(Silver Surfer V#2 (fb) - BTS) - Suzi had the surviving Silver Surfer taken to Army Facility B23 in Coahuila, Mexico where the three bullets that hit him were removed.

(Silver Surfer V#2) - Suzi watched over the former Silver Surfer until he woke up then told him what had happened and that he was in manacles because the military still deemed him dangerous and wanted to put him in cryogenic suspension. Her sci-op colleagues at the base needed her when more coronal mass ejections broke off their contact to Major Ramirez. Endo would've been able to reestablish contact within minutes, but she had other problems to deal with, nameley the Surfer, who tried to break free. She prevented her colleagues from using halothane vapor to knock him out because they didn't know how the Surfer would react to the gas. Endo removed the manacles and took him to the courtyard against her colleagues' advice. The Surfer attacked the soldiers and tried to escape, but he collapsed when his wounds started bleeding again. Endo took care of him once again and wanted to know what the High Evolutionary was up to with the Power Cosmic he had stolen from the Surfer. The Surfer told her that with the stolen power the High Evolutionary could become as powerful as Galactus.

   Realizing the danger they were in Endo then aided Norrin in escaping the base in a flying jeep. They found the High Evolutionary and the Star Sphere he had stolen from Galactus and witnessed how the High Evolutionary used the Star Sphere to create a garden full of life within the Chihuahuan Desert.

(Silver Surfer V#3) - Endo and Norrin escaped the growing wood riding to safety on their jeep's engine. They saved a few civilians nearby and kissed after nearly dying in an explosion. Among the civilians was Horacio de la Fuente, an old man, who drank from the water he had found in the new forrest. The water gave him a portion of the Power Cosmic. Endo and Norrin broke into the Star Sphere in an attempt to stop the High Evolutionary's plan to overwrite Earth. The High Evolutionary found them and turned Suzi Endo into his herald Seeker.

(Silver Surfer V#4) - Norrin tackled Seeker when he saw in her eyes that she was going to embrace her new destiny. Seeker fled from the High Evolutionary with Norrin, but then turned on him because she realized that life had to evolve to strengthen itself. Seeker returned to the High Evolutionary and left Earth with him on the Star Sphere to serve him. They traveled to the Moon where Seeker witnessed how the High Evolutionary turned the Moon into a living planeoid. Norrin and the Fantastic Four traveled to the Moon Seeker cut them off from reaching the High Evolutionary. When Seeker shot Norrin with the Power Cosmic Norrin became the Silver Surfer again. To everybody's surprise Seeker and Silver Surfer ended up in a loving embrace.

(Silver Surfer V#5) - Fully in love Seeker and Silver Surfer stayed in their embrace until the High Evolutionary called for Seeker to aid him against the attacking Fantastic Four. Seeker shot the Surfer then went up against the FF to protect her master. Seeker tried to tempt the Surfer to serve life and not death, which maddened Galactus, who rose from Earth's sun to confront the temptress and her master, the High Evolutionary. Galactus allowed the High Evolutionary to keep the Star Sphere and leave, but the changed Moon Galactus was going to devour to reestablish balance. The Surfer and Seeker confronted Galactus, who asked the Surfer to become his herald once again. Galactus took the Power Cosmic from Seeker and transferred it to the Silver Surfer, who left the Moon with Galactus. Left behind in a force field Suzi Endo was found by Mr. Fantastic and taken back to Earth.

(Iron Man 2.0#2 (fb) - BTS) - At some point Suzi wrote an article for Wired and started giving speeches in China about the Internet. Her speaking fee was sixty thousand dollars. Keeping tabs on War Machine she knew War Machine was now working at Mackelroy Army Base as consultant under General Bruce Babbage.

(Iron Man 2.0#2) - Suzi Endo gave a speech in back home regarding Internet and the money made through it in China. War Machine crashed through a window during the speech to ask for her assistance. Suzi told him to take a seat and wait until she had finished her speech.

   After the speech War Machine asked her for help and connected Kaylie Harrison via live feed with Suzi. Suzi learned eveything about the suicide bombing at Camp Liberty in Baghdad, Iraq. Using her cybernetic interface Suzi used the number of the pre-paid cell phone used as detonator to find out that the owner of the phone was at a Russian arms facility. Suzi confirmed she was keeping tabs on War Machine, but had no interest to further involve herself with War Machine's current activities.

(Iron Man 2.0#2 - BTS) - War Machine flew to the Russian arms facility and Suzi secretly kept monitoring him and his armor.

(Iron Man 2.0#2) - After War Machine's armor got infected with Palmer Addley's nanobots Suzi informed War Machine that he had to get out of the Russian base as fast as possible. Shortly after War Machine got out the base blew up.

(Iron Man 2.0#3) - After War Machine got nearly blown to pieces Suzi visited Tony Stark in the US.

(Iron Man 2.0#7.1) - James Rhodes sent flowers to Suzi Endo to thank her for saving his life again. After giving it some thought Suzi put the flowers into her garbage disposal.

(Iron Man 2.0#8) - Suzi tracked the signal controlling the robot Iron Man 2.0 (James Rhodes) was fighting in Dubai back to Judith Brickley, a mother of two, from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Judith was arrested and brought to Mackelroy Army Base.

(Iron Man 2.0#10) - After learning that Palmer Addley had become a global pandemic (Brickley and others that had received his organs donated their blood spreading the nanobots programmed with Addley's personality worldwide) Suzi directed Iron Man 2.0 to the Sydney Opera House where he destroyed one of Palmer Addley's robots. Next she sent him to Guangzhou, China where another robot was attacking outside a hospital. After reports came in from O'Hare Airport, Chicago about a man exploding and spreading the nanobot-infected blood further, Suzi sent Iron Man 2.0 there because all the infected people were trying to kill each other. To Suzi it seemed like the creation of pure chaos was Palmer Addley's endgame and patched Iron Man 2.0 into the local camera feed so he could see for himself what was happening.

(Iron Man 2.0#11) - Suzi uploaded intel to Iron Man 2.0's armor about a gas synthesized by SHIELD for crowd control. Iron Man 2.0 used to to render everyone O'Hare Airport unconscious. Suzi then informed him that the riots were spreading outside the airport, but Iron Man 2.0 had to stay at the airport because everyone was already waking up again. Studying the nanobot virus Suzi found out that it evolved so quickly that each attempt to stop it would only work for one generation of the virus and a new generation showed up every ten seconds. Because riots took place all over the country Suzi didn't even know where to send Iron Man 2.0 next. Iron Man 2.0 gave up in Chicago and went to NYC to find help.

   Suzi informed Iron Man 2.0 that Iron Man released an antidote into the clouds over NYC and that it worked.

   Arriving at NYC Presbyterian Hospital, Howard Stark Research Wing Suzi was shown the patient Iron Man's antidote was tested on, but the virus had once again mutated and the patient slew the doctor before going after Suzi. Iron Man 2.0 saved her and she asked him to take her to the Baxter Building, but on their way there they were attacked by Iron Man (Tony Stark), now infected with Palmer Addley's nanobots.

(Iron Man 2.0#12) - Iron Man 2.0 saved Suzi from falling to her death then took her to the Baxter Building where she worked with Mr. Fantastic on a solution for Palmer Addley's nanobot virus, but their first attempt to distribute a light show that would counteract the virus failed because transmission only via monitors was the wrong way to go. After it didn't work Mr. Fantastic decided to use loop the signal through his own brain to add a calming effect to the signal. He used one of his inventions, a helmt, to connect himself to all nanobot infected brains in the US. Iron Man attacked Mr. Fantastic before he could go through with the plan, but Suzi took over Mr. Fantastic's position and successfully transmitted the light show all over the US with a calming message attached to it. It worked and Palmer Addley's nanobot infection was history.

Comments: Created by Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and Dave Taylor.

The way it looked in Civil War: Front Line Comet Man got injured in that scene. Maybe he worked with Cybermancer or maybe he joined the Initiative and tried to apprehend her and was injured by her. We will never know.
--Markus Raymond

Suzi received as Cybermancer an entry in Civil War: Battle Damage Report and a half-page profile in Iron Manual Mark 3.

Profile by Gauntlet: Dark Rider. Update by Markus Raymond (Civil War to Iron Man 2.0).

Clarifications: Suzi Endo should not be confused with:

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Iron Manual Mark 3, Suzi Endo profile (main image)
Iron Man I#312, p19, pan3 (with Iron Man)
Force Works#22, p17, pan1 (controlling Cybermancer armor)
Civil War: Front Line#8, p22, pan1 (as Cybermancer)
War Machine II#6, p11, pan2 ("Team War Machine")
Silver Surfer V#1, p11, pan2 (sci-op interface)
Silver Surfer V#3, p20 (as Seeker)

Force Works#6 (December, 1994) - Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning (writers), Dave Taylor (pencils), Rey Garcia (inks), Nel Yomtov (editor)
Marvel Comics Presents I#170 (late December, 1994) - Dan Abnett (writer), Rey Garcia (artist), Richard Ashford (editor)
War Machine I#10 (January, 1995) - Scott Benson & Len Kaminski (writer), Geoff Senior (pencils), Pam Eklund (inks), Nel Yomtov (editor)
Iron Man I#312 (January, 1995) - Len Kaminski (writer), Tom Morgan (pencils), Bob Wiacek & Sam DeLaRosa (inks), Nel Yomtov (editor)
Force Works#16 (October, 1995) - Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning (writers), Jim Cheung (pencils), Rey Garcia (inks), Nel Yomtov (editor)
Iron Man I#321 (October, 1995) - Terry Kavanagh (writer), Heitor Oliveira & Marcos Tetlli (pencils), Mark McKenna (inks), Nel Yomtov (editor)
Force Works#19 (January, 1996) - Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning (writers), Heitor Oliveira (pencils), Glass House Graphics & Rey Garcia (inks), Nel Yomtov (editor)
Force Works#21 (March, 1996) - Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning (writers), Yancey Labat & Andrew Wildman (pencils), Rey Garcia, Sandu Florea & Sergio Cariello (inks), Nel Yomtov (editor)
Force Works#22 (April, 1996) - Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning (writers), Andrew Wildman (pencils), Rey Garcia (inks), Nel Yomtov (editor)
Civil War: Front Line#8 (November, 2006) - Paul Jenkins (writer), Lee Weeks (pencils), Lee Weeks & Nelson (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Civil War: Battle Damage Report#1 (2007)
Iron Man IV#33-35 (November, 2008 - January, 2009) - Christos N. Gage (writer), Sean Chen (pencils), Sandu Florea (inks), Bill Rosemann (editor)
Dark Reign: New Nation#1 (February, 2009) - Greg Pak (writer), Leonardo Manco (artist), Bill Rosemann (editor)
War Machine II#4-5 (May-June, 2009) - Greg Pak (writer), Leonardo Manco (artist), Bill Rosemann (editor)
War Machine II#6 (July, 2009) - Greg Pak (writer), Allan Jefferson & Mahmud Asrar (pencils), Nelson Pereira & Jeffrey Huet (inks), Bill Rosemann (editor)
War Machine II#7 (August, 2009) - Greg Pak (writer), Allan Jefferson, Mahmud Asrar & AB Sila (pencils), Nelson Pereira & Jeffrey Huet (inks), Bill Rosemann (editor)
War Machine II#8 (September, 2009) - Greg Pak (writer), Leonardo Manco (artist), Bill Rosemann (editor)
War Machine II#9 (October, 2009) - Greg Pak (writer), Allan Jefferson (pencils), Nelson Pereira (inks), Bill Rosemann (editor)
War Machine II#10 (December, 2009) - Greg Pak (writer), Allan Jefferson & AB Silva (pencils), Nelson Pereira (inks), Bill Rosemann (editor)
War Machine II#11 (January, 2010) - Greg Pak (writer), Wellington Alves (pencils), Scott Hanna (inks), Bill Rosemann (editor)
War Machine II#12 (February, 2010) - Greg Pak (writer), Wellington Alves (pencils), Scott Hanna, Walden Wong & Carlos Cuevas (inks), Bill Rosemann (editor)
Silver Surfer V#1 (April, 2011) - Greg Pak (writer), Stephen Segovia (pencils), Victor Olazaba (inks), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Iron Man 2.0#2 (April, 2011) - Nick Spencer (writer), Barry Kitson, Kano & Carmine Di Giandomenico (artists), Alejandro Arbona (editor)
Silver Surfer V#2 (May, 2011) - Greg Pak (writer), Stephen Segovia (pencils), Sandu Florea, Jaime Mendoza, Victor Olazaba & Michael Jason Paz (inks), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Silver Surfer V#3 (June, 2011) - Greg Pak (writer), Iban Coello Soria & Harvey Tolibao (pencils), Sandu Florea (inks), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Iron Man 2.0#3 (June, 2011) - Nick Spencer (writer), Barry Kitson, Kano & Carmine Di Giandomenico (artists), Alejandro Arbona (editor)
Silver Surfer V#4 (July, 2011) - Greg Pak (writer), Iban Coello Soria & Harvey Tolibao (pencils), Sandu Florea (inks), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Silver Surfer V#5 (August, 2011) - Greg Pak (writer), Harvey Tolibao (pencils), Sandu Florea (inks), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Iron Man 2.0#7.1 (October, 2011) - Nick Spencer (writer), Kano (artist), Alejandro Arbona (editor)
Iron Man 2.0#8 (October, 2011) - Nick Spencer (writer), Ariel Olivetti with Jorge Lucas (artists), Alejandro Arbona (editor)
Iron Man 2.0#10 (January, 2012) - Nick Spencer & Will Pfeifer (writers), Ariel Olivetti (artist), Alejandro Arbona (editor)
Iron Man 2.0#11 (February, 2012) - Nick Spencer & Will Pfeifer (writers), Ariel Olivetti with Mirco Pierfederici, Neil Edwards & Jesus Aburtov (artists), Alejandro Arbona (editor)
Iron Man 2.0#12 (February, 2012) - Nick Spencer & Will Pfeifer (writers), Carmine Di Giandomenico & Andy Troy with Ariel Olivetti & Mirco Pierfederici (artists), Alejandro Arbona (editor)

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