Real Name: Jackson Arvad

Identity/Class: Human mutate

Occupation: None;
    former inmate, adventurer, scientist

Group Membership: None;
    formerly Exterminators (Chameleon/Dmitri Smerdyakov, Electro/Max Dillon, Molten Man/Mark Raxton, Rhino/Aleksei Sytsevich, Scarecrow/Ebenezer Laughton, Swarm/Fritz von Meyer), Outlaws (Prowler/Hobie Brown, Puma/Thomas Fireheart, Rocket Racer/Bob Farrell, Sandman/William Baker, Silver Sable/Silver Sablinova), Brand Corporation

Affiliations: Carnage (Cletus Kasady), Cat Burglar, Conundrum, Delilah, Dragon Man, Eel (Edward Lavell), Dr. Fenton, Freak, Grizzly (Max Markham), Looter (Norton G. Fester), Marla Madison, Scorcher (Steven Jamal Hudak), Spider-Man (Ben Reilly), Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Xandu

Enemies: Liz Allan, Avengers, Black Cat (Felicia Hardy), Boussard, Brand Corporation, Deadpool ("Wade Wilson"), Jonas Harrow, J. Jonah Jameson, Killer Shrike (Simon Maddicks), James Melvin, Normie Osborn, Roxxon Energy Corporation, Tarantula (Anton Miguel Rodriquez), Riri Williams

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: "Will," Will-O'-The-Wisp, "the Wisp"

Base of Operations: Mobile

First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man I#167 (April, 1977)

Powers/Abilities: Will O' The Wisp can consciously control the subatomic electromagnetic particles that keep the molecules of his body attracted to one another. This control allows him to alter the density of his body at will, allowing for him to become extremely dense or to scatter his molecules so much that he becomes intangible. At his natural state of density, Wisp can still be affected by physical pain and can be stunned but no longer needs to breathe. It is also possible he no longer needs to eat, though he has been seen drinking and seemingly being affected by poison. He may not require sleep but does meditate. He is not harmed in any way by electricity (and can even conduct it to other targets) but being exposed to powerful magnetic fields can momentarily cause him to lose concentration.

    By making himself denser, Wisp's body can become extremely durable (comparable to the hardness of feldspar), which also grants him superhuman strength enough to lift about twelve tons. Wisp can keep himself in this dense state for about ten minutes before the mental effort becomes too much for him and he must relax by returning to normal density or less.

    When Wisp wants to become intangible, he wills some of his molecules to separate from his form and oscillate at a small distance from his body. The process causes those molecules to glow, creating the sparkling light effects that accompany Wisp. In this manner, Wisp spreads his mass from his physical form to the area around him in all directions until it is so dispersed as to be negligible, allowing him to pass through solid objects. Becoming lighter than air also allows Wisp to fly by expelling molecules in one direction and thus being pushed in the other. Wisp's maximum flying speed is about 90 miles per hour. Once he exceeds 5 miles per hour, his molecules are compressed such that he appears as a glowing orb, a form he sometimes willingly takes when not moving so fast. On at least one occasion, Wisp's molecules have been dispersed against his will at a much greater distance than he does intentionally. In that state, his intelligence vanished until enough of the particles came together again for his mind to re-manifest and allow him to control the small cloud of molecules to work toward re-solidifying his form.

    Wisp need not maintain a uniform density but can simultaneously make parts of himself dense and others intangible, such as when he takes the form of a glowing orb and manifests a solid arm extending from it to perform some physical task (often punching). He has even been shown manifesting more than two such arms at once. He can also use his electromagnetic control to phase inside of and manipulate electronic equipment in blunt ways, such as overloading them so they explode, and in subtle ways, such as taking over a suit of power armor against the will of the wearer.

    By controlling the oscillation of the glowing molecules (usually those in front), he can create a hypnotic light effect that seems to create some mild telepathic link with those who see it. Though this does require the target to actually be looking at the lights and to at least be somewhat susceptible, it allows Wisp an attempt to mentally control the target, making them follow simple commands which need not be spoken aloud, indicating some kind of mental link. This link also allows Wisp to get a sense of the person's emotions and mental state. At times, he also seems to have some sort of expanded consciousness and connection to the universe that distances him from normal human mentality.

    Even before his accident, Jackson Arvad was extremely knowledgeable in the field of electromagnetics.

Height: 6'1"
Weight: 195 lbs
Eyes: White (formerly blue)
Hair: Blonde

History: (Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe I#12 - Will o' the Wisp entry - BTS) - Jackson Arvad was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#235 (fb)) - Jackson worked as the Head of Electromagnetic Research at the Brand Corporation's plant in West Caldwell, New Jersey on a project called the magno-chamber. His supervisor, James Melvin, forced him to work long hours and moved up deadlines. The resulting sleep deprivation caused Arvad's work to be sloppy and when he tried to stop a gravimetric power surge from destroying the chamber, he was unable to and was caught in the blast. As a result, Brand's doctors diagnosed that the magnetic adhesion of Arvad's molecules had been altered and he was disintegrating. Melvin callously told them to see what they could learn from it while Arvad died and Arvad's body did indeed seem to disintegrate.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#168 (fb) - BTS) - Arvad managed to held himself together by force of will but was at risk of fading away if he lost control. He sought a cure from disreputable scientist Jonas Harrow, who took the opportunity to implant a device in Arvad's skull that could cause him intense pain or even scatter his molecules fatally. Harrow then forced Wisp to commit a series of crimes for him.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#167) - On a highway in New Jersey, Arvad, in the form of a glowing ball, hypnotized two truck drivers and made them run their vehicle off the road so he could raid its contents. Before leaving, he righted the truck and bandaged the wounded drivers. During the encounter, one of the drivers likened him to a Will-O'-The-Wisp, a name which Arvad took on. Later, in Manhattan, Wisp was seen by Spider-Man as he flew through the side of a building to steal some plans from a safe within. Though Wisp wanted to avoid violence, he wound up fighting Spider-Man at the Rockefeller Center skating rink. Wisp used his hypnosis on Spider-Man but was interrupted by the arrival of the Spider-Slayer Mark 5 controlled  by J. Jonah Jameson.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#168) - Fighting with the Spider-Slayer, Wisp suddenly became wracked with pain from Harrow's implant. He escaped and returned to Harrow, explaining that he didn't have the plans because he'd been slowed down by Spider-Man and the recall device had activated too soon. Harrow changed his plan, telling Wisp to kill the hero. Wisp tried to refuse but Harrow reminded him that he had the power to destroy him. As Wisp fought Spider-Man again, he tried not to kill the hero until he noticed Harrow in the crowd below. Wisp then hypnotized some of the onlookers to attack Spider-Man, though regretted it when Spider-Man pointed out they were innocents. Wisp tried to explain his predicament to Spider-Man, in the process getting himself worked up enough to defy Harrow by refusing to kill Spidey. Harrow activated the device and Wisp's form dissipated.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#206 - BTS) - Later, Jonas Harrow thought of how Spider-Man had foiled his various schemes, including with Will O' The Wisp.

(Spectacular Spider-Man I#57 (fb) - BTS) - Some of the particles of the Wisp slowly came together until there was enough of them to make a small cloud floating around the skies of New York City. This was enough for his mind to start to function again.

(Spectacular Spider-Man I#57) - As a cloud, the Wisp noticed Spider-Man swinging by and approached, only to be scattered again by the hero, who only realized minutes later that it could have been Wisp trying to get his attention. The cloud reformed and followed Spider-Man to a celebration for Marla Madison being offered a position with the Brand Corporation. Peter Parker was working at the party as photographer and noted the arrival of James Melvin and his bodyguard "Harold Simmons," who was actually the Killer Shrike. The cloud Wisp arrived and took control of Shrike's battle-suit. Controlling Shrike like a puppet, the Wisp kidnapped Marla and flew with her to the Brand factory in New Jersey where he had once worked. Landing in a lab specializing in the study of special powers, the Wisp used Shrike to write on a blackboard and ask for help. Marla agreed and worked as Melvin and Spider-Man both arrived and a fight broke out. Finally, Marla activated a magno-condenser that pulled Wisp's molecules back together, leaving him finally solid enough that he was no longer at risk of unintentional disintegration. Wisp then revealed that this factory was the site of his accident and he intended to destroy it, overloading the electrical systems and causing a fire while Spider-Man got Marla, Shrike and the rest of the Brand staff to safety. Wisp then flew away.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#234) - The Wisp made his way into the Brand Corporation facility in Boston. After giving the security staff orders to get everyone out of the building, he ignited natural gas pipelines causing the place to explode. Later, he went to a Brand complex in Queens, where James Melvin was restarting the company's special powers program by modifying Tarantula. The Wisp intended to raze the place but came into conflict with Spider-Man, who was also investigating Brand and wanted to ensure there would be evidence of their corruption. The fight damaged the equipment that contained Tarantula and Melvin took an opportunity to fire a magno-pulser weapon at the Wisp, rendering him unconscious. Spider-Man got the Wisp to safety but the mutated form of Tarantula arose to fight them.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#235) - James Melvin and Brand scientist Dr. Fenton tried to capture the unconscious Wisp, Fenton thinking that he seemed familiar somehow. Before they could, however, the Wisp awoke and flew off to help Spider-Man against Tarantula. The ensuing ruckus caused a lot of damage the complex, only ending when Tarantula and the Wisp, still grappling, fell into the bay.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#236 (fb)) - The Wisp, not needing to breathe, easily beat Tarantula underwater then mesmerized Tarantula to serve him.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#235) - The Wisp confronted Melvin at his townhouse, putting him in a mild hypnotic trance to force him to listen. He revealed himself to have been Jackson Arvad and blamed Melvin for the magno-chamber accident. The Wisp intended to kill Melvin but Spider-Man interrupted him, giving his standard "you'd be no better than he is" speech. The Wisp pointed out that people like Melvin had nothing to fear from the law so the two fought until they were interrupted by the arrival of Tarantula.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#236) - Spider-Man continued to argue against killing Melvin until the mutated Tarantula began losing its humanity, which also meant that the Wisp no longer held sway over its mind. While the Wisp and Tarantula fought, Spider-Man escaped with Melvin. The Wisp soon found that he pitied Tarantula and decided Melvin had to pay for his condition as well. Soon, he fought Spider-Man again, trying to learn Melvin's whereabouts. During this fight, Spidey sent the immaterial Wisp through three operating dynamos, the electromagnetic fields of which stunned him. When he recovered, he found Spider-Man once again fighting to protect Melvin from Tarantula. Finally deciding to let Melvin live after all, the Wisp rescued him from Tarantula but also hypnotized him to reveal the secrets of Brand's corruption to the police. The Wisp thanked Spider-Man then flew away, intent on finding a new mission in life.

(Web of Spider-Man I#50) - The Wisp read an article in the Daily Bugle alleging that Spider-Man was a thief. Not believing it and wanting to help, he sought Spider-Man. Unfortunately he found him in the process of a mission for Silver Sable, which made the Wisp think Spider-Man was robbing Winston Walker. The two fought briefly, though Spider-Man escaped. When the Wisp caught up with him again, he was in the middle of a chaotic scene involving other allies of Spider-Man who had been attempting help or capture him including Sandman, Prowler, Rocket Racer and Puma. Spidey and Silver Sable were finally able to explain things and the group parted but not before Sable offered them work with her mercenary unit.

(Amazing Spider-Man I Annual#25/2) - Silver Sable recruited Rocket Racer and the Prowler to be on her quick strike team dubbed the Outlaws and wanted the Wisp on the team as well but did not know how to recruit him. He showed up, somehow knowing he was wanted. The team's first mission was to rescue Michelle Tiers LeBon, who had been kidnapped by a group of radicals that had also hired Sandman for protection.

(Spectacular Spider-Man I Annual#11/2) - In Quebec, the Wisp readied for the mission by meditating and pondering morality. Prowler and Rocket Racer found him creepy and hoped they could count on him. The Wisp made short work of some of the extremists before Sandman showed up.

(Web of Spider-Man I Annual#7/6) - The Wisp, Racer and Prowler faced off against Sandman while Silver Sable went off to rescue LeBon. In the process, the Wisp mesmerized Sandman but sensed turmoil in his mind that made the Wisp stand down so as not to add to his opponent's problems. Racer and Prowler decided they'd talk to Sable about the Wisp being a loose cannon.

(Spectacular Spider-Man I#235 (fb) - BTS) -The Wisp was captured by Jonas Harrow, who installed another device in him, much like the first, that could dissipate him if he disobeyed orders. Harrow used him to commit crimes as part of a plan to create automated soldiers for the Roxxon Corporation.

(Spectacular Spider-Man I#235) - The Wisp happened to come close enough to Spider-Man that he could spare some seconds ask for help, not knowing that this was Ben Reilly in the costume instead of Peter Parker. Though quickly pulled away by Harrow, he was able to arrange a later meeting at the ESU office of Gregson Gilbert, which was the next place the Wisp had been instructed to burgle. There, Wisp explained the situation with the time he could and tried to make a plan. When Spider-Man witnessed the Wisp dispersing his molecules to leave, he noted that Harrow's implant was the last thing to go. Meeting with Wisp at the location of Harrow's next mission, Spider-Man could not prevent Wisp from releasing the Dragon Man from imprisonment but was able to remove the implant by hand while Wisp was dissipating. The pain caused the Wisp to pass out.

(Spectacular Spider-Man I#236) - Spider-Man fought Dragon Man, who was under Harrow's control, until the Wisp awoke and severed the connection to Harrow's computers, ending the fight. The Wisp, Spider-Man and Dragon Man then went to Harrow's base of operations and busted the place up. In a final confrontation with Harrow, the Wisp acted as though he intended to phase his hand into Harrow's chest and pull out his heart, though his real intent was merely to scare him. The Wisp thanked Spider-Man for his help, never learning this was not the Spider-Man he had known previously.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#414 - BTS) - Spider-Man (Reilly) saw evidence of the Ringer robbing a jewelery store and thought about how several old Spider-Man foes, including the Wisp, had been turning up recently.

(Sensational Spider-Man II#29 (fb) - BTS) - When Spider-Man revealed to the world that he was Peter Parker during the Superhero Civil War, the Chameleon assembled a team called the Exterminators to enact revenge on the hero. The Wisp joined this team, possibly having been blackmailed like Mark Raxton, the Molten Man.

(Sensational Spider-Man II#29) - Alongside Scarecrow, the Wisp confronted Spider-Man. The Wisp was visibly upset when Spider-Man pretended not to remember who the Wisp was and Spider-Man escaped from this encounter.

(Sensational Spider-Man II#30) - The Wisp, Scarecrow and Molten Man held Normie Osborn hostage to force Liz Allan to call Peter Parker over so they could ambush him.

(Sensational Spider-Man II#31) - While Molten Man fought Spider-Man, Scarecrow and the Wisp kept Liz and Normie from escaping, though they were in turn caught off guard by the arrival of Black Cat. During the ensuing chaos, Spider-Man flung Molten Man into the Wisp, knocking him out. When they left to deal with the rest of Chameleon's plan, Spidey and Black Cat left their opponents on the floor to wait for police to arrive.

(Punisher War Journal II#4) - After Stilt-Man (Wilbur Day) was killed by the Punisher, a wake was held at a Bar With No Name location. The Wisp attended and got caught up with his former Outlaw allies Rocket Racer and Prowler as well as socializing with others such as Puma, Shocker, Chameleon, Eel and Dragon Man. When a fight broke out, the Wisp tangled with Xandu, the Cat Burglar and Grizzly. The fight was stopped by the arrival of Spider-Man, who left with Prowler and Puma. The remaining mourners, including the Wisp, fell ill from poisoned drinks and were then caught in an explosion caused by the Punisher, who had been posing as the bartender.

(She-Hulk II#17 (fb) - BTS) - Most of those who attended the wake, possibly including the Wisp, had to have their stomachs pumped and were treated for burns.

(Superior Foes of Spider-Man#11/3) - The Wisp was at a gathering of supervillains (possibly at a Bar With No Name location) that included Scorcher, Delilah and Freak. They were confronted by the Looter, who wanted to be the "Ganglord of New York" and was looking for  their support. The Wisp and the others pointed out that Spider-Man had been acting more violently so it would require a lot of funds for them to consider joining his plan.

(Prowler II#1 - BTS) - Hobie Brown (actually a clone of the original) remembered his life, including his time alongside the Wisp and the other Outlaws.

(Invincible Iron Man IV#7) - The Wisp attacked a Roxxon building in Chicago and was confronted by Riri Williams. He managed to defeat her in a fight.

(Invincible Iron Man IV#7 (fb) - BTS) - The Tony Stark-programmed AI in Riri's armor contacted the Avengers, who arrived and took him down. Riri's distraction had provided enough time for Roxxon security to hide what he intended to steal.

(Absolute Carnage vs Deadpool#2 (fb) - BTS) - The Wisp became an inmate at the Ravencroft Institute for the Criminally Insane.

(Absolute Carnage vs Deadpool#2) - The Wisp, Freak and Conundrum were welcomed by Carnage into his cult on the condition that they kill Deadpool and attain his spine. Bonded with symbiotes, the three raided Deadpool's safehouse and attacked what turned out to be a decoy, triggering an explosive trap. Unharmed by the explosion, the Wisp continued to attack Deadpool, eventually attempting to hypnotize him. This failed due to the inveterate instability of Deadpool's mental state and Deadpool ran the Wisp through with a sword.

(Ruins of Ravencroft: Dracula#1) - The Wisp, alive and well and freed from the symbiote, was among many superhuman criminals being brought in chains to a newly rebuilt Ravencroft.

(Ravencroft#4)  - The Wisp was among the Ravencroft inmates who escaped after the Institute was conquered by the Unwanted, led by Bud Adams.

(Red Goblin I#6 - BTS) - An image of the Wisp, Scarecrow and Molten Man was glimpsed among Normie Osborn's memories.

Comments: Created by Len Wein, Ross Andru and Mike Esposito

    Arvad decided to take the name "Will-O'-The-Wisp" based on what one of the truck drivers called him in his first appearance and the fact he didn't feel like Jackson Arvad since the accident. Though the Handbooks never included the hyphens in the name, the stories did so up until the Ben Reilly era.

    It seems like Wisp conjured up his costume from nowhere when he first reformed after the accident, making me suspect that he is able to make it look however he wants, though it may be subconscious. The only time the costume changed significantly (not counting when he had a symbiote) was the white/silver shrouded look he had the second time he was the under Harrow's control and we don't know why. He was back to the green look after that.

    The Wisp is a truly tragic figure. Since his accident, he's been taken advantage of and blackmailed into doing criminal acts that he didn't want to do so often that it has just apparently become what he does. I note that on the covers of his first two appearances, he is referred to as a "new super-star" which sounds like language they'd use for a a new superhero being introduced. Most of the time when he was free to choose his own actions, he was a vigilante focusing on corrupt organizations, both for revenge for what happened to him and to protect others. Even in Amazing Spider-Man I#181, which gives a recap of Spider-Man's life up to that point, one page is a list of villains where the narrative captions note that "not ALL of Spidey's villains have been deserving of sympathy!" When it goes on to include Will-O'-The-Wisp, it stops to note that "Well, maybe HE'S deserving!" and yet, more recently, he's been known to associate with "supervillains" more than heroes. Mostly, I suspect it is a result of writers who use him after picking him off some list of Spider-Man opponents but don't do the research, yet in-universe I can't help but wonder if Peter Parker's attempt to be funny in the Exterminators story may have been more damaging than he intended. In that story, Peter is curious why Molten Man fell in with the villains but when he sees the Wisp there, he just decides to do a bit where he acts like he doesn't recognize him. Multiple times up to that point, the Wisp had been in situations where he'd been forced into crime and Spider-Man helped him out (and Wisp tried to repay him in kind). This even worked with Ben Reilly, who actually did not remember the Wisp, but this time while approaching his ally, the Wisp found only that their connection was gone and with it the help he needed to get out of a bad situation. It must have been heartbreaking. Then, to follow it up, the next time the Wisp encounters Spider-Man is at Stilt-Man's wake, where Spider-Man arrives and pulls Prowler and Puma out of the fray but leaves the Wisp (and Rocket Racer for that matter) behind without ever acknowledging him.

    I've listed those the Wisp fought at Stilt-Man's wake as affiliations, not enemies, because the story notes it is kind of a perfunctory "good time" rumble, rather than actually a fight.

   There is a pinup of Will-O'-The-Wisp by Jim Mooney in Web of Spider-Man I Annual#3.

Will O' The Wisp has had profiles in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe I#12, Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Deluxe Edition I#14 and the Spider-Man: Back in Black Handbook#1.

Profile by Patrick D Ryall.

Will O' The Wisp
should be distinguished from:

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Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Deluxe Edition I#14, p53, pan1 (main image)
Amazing Spider-Man I#235, p17, pan5 (headshot)
Amazing Spider-Man I#167, p4, pan3 (glowing ball)
Amazing Spider-Man I#235, p18, pan5 (Jackson Arvad)
Spectacular Spider-Man I#57, p2, pan4 (cloud)
Spectacular Spider-Man I#235, p12, pan1 (shrouded version of costume)
Absolute Carnage vs Deadpool#2, p13, pan1 (symbiote)

Amazing Spider-Man I#167 (April, 1977) - Len Wein (writer/editor), Ross Andru (illustrator), Mike Esposito (embellisher)
Amazing Spider-Man I#168 (May, 1977) - Len Wein (writer/editor), Ross Andru (illustrator), Mike Esposito (embellisher)
Amazing Spider-Man I#206 (July, 1980) - Roger Stern (writer), John Byrne & Gene Day (artists), Dennis O'Neil (editor)
Spectacular Spider-Man I#57 (August, 1981) - Roger Stern (writer), Jim Shooter (layouts), Jim Mooney (artist), Denny O'Neil (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#234 (November, 1982) - Roger Stern (writer), John Romita Jr & Dan Green (artists), Tom DeFalco (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#235 (December, 1982) - Roger Stern (writer), John Romita Jr & Frank Giacoia (artists), Tom DeFalco (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#236 (January, 1983) - Roger Stern (writer), John Romita Jr & Frank Giacoia (artists), Tom DeFalco (editor)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe I#12 (December, 1983) - Mark Gruenwald (head writer/editor/designer), Peter Sanderson, Mark Lerer (writers), Eliot R. Brown (technical writer), John Romita, Jr. (Will o' the Wisp entry pencils), Josef Rubinstein (inks/embellishes)
Web of Spider-Man I#50 (May, 1989) - Gerry Conway (writer), Alex Saviuk (pencils), Keith Williams (inks), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man Annual I#25/2 (1991) - David Michelinie (script), Alan Kupperberg (artist), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
Spectacular Spider-Man I Annual#11/2 (1991) - David Michelinie (script), Alan Kupperberg (artist), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
Web of Spider-Man Annual I#7/6 (1991) - David Michelinie (script), Alan Kupperberg (artist), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
Spectacular Spider-Man I#235 (June, 1996) - Sal Buscema, John Stanisci & Todd Dezago (story and art), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Spectacular Spider-Man I#236 (July, 1996) - Todd Dezago (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), John Stanisci (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#414 (August, 1996) - Tom DeFalco (writer), Mark Bagley (pencils), Larry Mahlstedt (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Sensational Spider-Man II#29 (December, 2006) - Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (writer), Angel Medina (pencils), Scott Hanna (inks), Warren Simons (editor)
Sensational Spider-Man II#30 (December, 2006) - Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (writer), Angel Medina (pencils), Scott Hanna (inks), Warren Simons (editor)
Sensational Spider-Man II#31 (December, 2006) - Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (writer), Angel Medina (pencils), Scott Hanna (inks), Warren Simons (editor)
Punisher War Journal II#4 (April, 2007) - Matt Fraction (writer), Mike Deodato (artist). Axel Alonso  (editor)
She-Hulk II#17 (May, 2007) - Dan Slott (writer), Rick Burchett (penciler), Cliff Rathburn (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Superior Foes of Spider-Man#11/3 (June, 2014) - Elliott Kalan (writer), Nuno Plati (artist), Tom Brennan (editor)
Prowler II#1 (December, 2016) - Sean Ryan (writer), Javier Saltares (layout artist), Jamal Campbell (artist), Devin Lewis (editor)
Invincible Iron Man IV#7 (July, 2017) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Stefano Caselli (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Absolute Carnage vs Deadpool#2 (November, 2019) - Frank Tieri (writer), Marcelo Ferreira (penciler), Roberto Poggi & Andy Owens (inkers), Jake Thomas (editor)
Ruins of Ravencroft: Dracula#1 (March, 2020) - Frank Tieri (writer), Angel Unzueta & Stehano Landini (artists), Devin Lewis  (editor)
Ravencroft I#4 (November, 2020) - Frank Tieri (writer), Angel Unzueta (artist), Danny Khazem (editor)
Red Goblin I#6 (September, 2023) - Alex Paknadel (writer), Jan Bazaluda (artist), Devin Lewis (editor)

First posted04/30/2024
Last updated: 04/30/2024

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