Real Name: Princess Ravonna Lexus Renslayer
Identity/Class: Extratemporal (Other
Earth @ 40th century) human, technology user, time traveler
Dual Identity: Secret
Citizenship: Unidentified kingdom on Other Earth
Occupation: Former ruler of Chronopolis, conqueror, princess, subversive, assassin
Group Membership: Formerly the Council of Cross-Time Kangs
Professor Justin Alphonse Gamble, Grandmaster, Kang, Mechanisaurus
formerly Anachronauts, Kang;
Avengers (Black Knight, Captain America, Iron Man, She-Hulk, Thor), Dr. Druid, Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Invisible Woman (all pawns)
Enemies: Alioth, Avengers, Baltag,
Chairman Kang, Council of Cross-Time Kangs,
Darkhawk (indirectly), Dr. Druid, Fantastic Four, Immortus,
Kang-Mesozoic-24, New Warriors (Firestar,
Namorita, Night Thrasher, Nova, Silhouette, Speedball) - indirectly,
Squadron Sinister (indirectly), Zarrko the Tomorrow Man;
Known Relatives: King
possibly Marcus Immortus (see comments)
Aliases: Hecate, Kang Nebula, Nebula, Temptress, Rebecca Tourmenet
Place of Bilrth: Eximietatius, Other Earth
Base of Operations: Currently unknown;
mobile throughout various time periods
formerly an unidentified kingdom on an uncertain planet in the Milky Way Galaxy, Other Earth dimension, @ 40th century
Extent of Education: Advanced schooling in the arts and sciences of her kingdom
First Appearance: (Ravonna) Avengers I#23 (December,
(Nebula, Kang Nebula) Avengers I#291 (May, 1988); (named) #293 (July, 1988);
(Temptress) Fantastic Four Annual#25
(Terminatrix) Avengers Annual#21
Powers/Abilities: Ravonna possesses enhanced speed, stamina, agility, and reflexes, as well as superhuman durability.
She is highly athletic with a gifted intellect, and she is a formidable hand-to-hand combatant, possessing mastery of various types of exotic futuristic weaponry.
Ravonna uses shape-shifting technology, enabling her to alter her appearance at will. She wears body armor of an unknown composition which protects her from many forms of injury and allows her to survive in a variety of environments. She also uses vibro-knives, concussion blasters, time-traveling and mind control technology, etc. She has proven capable--at least within Chronopolis--of summoning temporal duplicates of herself to aid in battle, as well as stepping back in time and performing actions that have an immediate effect on the present (such as subliminally influencing others to believe her).
She has worn a suit of armor to protect her from temporal vortices and to enhance her fighting prowess.
Weight: 142 lbs.
Eyes: (Ravonna) Brown; (Nebula/Terminatrix) Blue
Hair: (Ravonna) Brunette; (Nebula/Terminatrix) Blonde
(Avengers I#23 (fb) - BTS / Avengers Annual#21 (fb) / X-Men and Spider-Man: Time's Arrow: Book Three: The Future (fb))
- Having conquered the rest of Earth in the reality of Other Earth in 40th century, Kang confronted the tiny kingdom of King Carelius, expecting his surrender. Instead Carelius sent out his daughter, the young Ravonna, who laughed at his terms, telling him they would fight him to the death of the last citizen before they would live under his tyrannical yoke. Impressed, Kang spared the kingdom, expanding his empire off of Earth.
(Avengers I#23 (fb) - BTS / Avengers Annual#21 (fb) / X-Men
and Spider-Man: Time's Arrow: Book Three: The Future (fb))
- Two years later, Kang returned, his empire now stretching one hundred light years in every direction, and he offered new terms: he would spare the kingdom if Ravonna agreed to marry him. Again Ravonna defied him, and their clash of wills had been the clash of flint upon steel, and in Kang's heart was ignited a passion to rival his love of conquest.
Kang's powerful armies made it clear that he could decimate the realm at any point, but he allowed Carelius to remain as puppet dictator, hoping to win over Ravonna and have her marry him.
(Avengers I#23 (fb) - BTS / Avengers Annual#21 (fb) / X-Men
and Spider-Man: Time's Arrow: Book Three: The Future (fb))
- Years later, having conquered the entire galaxy, Kang's patience reached an end.
(Avengers I#23 / Avengers Forever#9 (fb)) - Seeking to impress Ravonna, Kang summoned the Avengers so that he could either force them to submit to him or defeat them in front of her. The Avengers resisted Kang and Ravonna refused his claims of earning her hand in marriage by right of conquest. Furious, Kang then vowed to turn their realm to dust.
(Avengers I#24) - Kang's armies rapidly overpowered the small
realm and the Avengers. However, when Kang tried to claim Ravonna as his prize,
Baltag--commander of Kang's elite guard--reminded Kang that his code was that
all conquered monarchs must be slain to prevent future rebellion. Kang claimed
that his word was supreme and that the rules were his to make and break, but
Baltag then led a group of generals to assault Kang, in whom they had seen the
first sign of weakness. Kang was forced to flee initially, but he then joined
with the Avengers and the free people of Carelius' kingdom (via promising to free
the kingdom and Ravonna) to defeat the generals and retake leadership of his
Ravonna was truly impressed with Kang risking his life to save her from execution; when Baltag grabbed a careless guard's gun and fired on Kang, Ravonna leapt in his path, taking the blast meant for him. Baltag was quickly executed, but it was seemingly too late for Ravonna.
(Avengers I#69 (fb) - BTS) - Even the future science of Kang proved insufficient to restore, and he preserved her in a stasis tube.
(Thor Annual#17/4 (fb)) - For a year and a half Kang spent half of each day mourning his greatest failure: Ravonna. Many of his subsequent battles were driven by his inner rage over Ravonna's fate.
(Avengers I#69 (fb) - BTS / Avengers I#269(fb)) - The Grandmaster appeared, offering Kang the power of life and death if he could defeat him in a contest of champions.
(Avengers I#69) - Kang summoned the Avengers (Captain America, Goliath (Barton), Thor) as his champions, and they were sent to battle the Grandmaster's champions, the Squadron Sinister (Dr. Spectrum, Hyperion, Nighthawk, Whizzer).
(Avengers I#70 - BTS) - The Avengers (with Iron Man (Stark) as their fourth member) defeated the Squadron Sinister, but the unwittingly Black Knight (Dane Whitman) interfered with the contest, and the Grandmaster declared it void.
(Avengers I#71) - The Avengers partially won their next challenge against the Invaders, and for such a partial victory, the Grandmaster granted him the power of life OR death, but not both. When the Avengers rushed in, Kang's hatred of the Avengers overrode his love of Ravonna, and he chose the power of death to the Avengers. However, as the Black Knight, who had been transported to the site of the struggle, was not yet one of the Avengers, he proved immune to Kang's power, and he stopped the conqueror before he could finish off the Avengers.
(Avengers Annual#21 (fb)) - Perturbed at having lost (and perhaps feeling sympathy), the Grandmaster removed Ravonna from her stasis tube, replacing her with a pseudo-organic doppelganger. The Grandmaster then restored Ravonna to life and told her how Kang had betrayed her. Ravonna vowed to make Kang pay, and the Grandmaster agreed to help her find the means to do so.
(Thor Annual#17/4 (fb) - BTS) - Once again Kang mourned before Ravonna's stasis tube.
(Incredible Hulk II#135 - BTS) - The false Ravonna remained in stasis during another of Kang's plots. In an effort to prevent the Avengers from ever having been formed, Kang sent the Hulk back in time, telling him he could destroy Bruce Banner (whom the Hulk believed to be his enemy, and a separate entity from himself) by slaying Banner's ancestor; the Hulk ultimately foiled this plot.
(Avengers Annual#21/4 (fb) - BTS) - Unable to expel Ravonna from his thoughts, Kang gathered other Ravonnas from other timelines, but even the most compliant of them could not satisfy him as they were not the Ravonna from his past. Kang slowly ceased to care about Ravonna.
(Avengers I#200 (fb)) - see comments.
(Avengers: Terminatrix Objective#3 (fb)) - A number of alternate dimensional Ravonnas were collected by Immortus (see comments).
(Avengers I#295 (fb) - BTS / Avengers Annual#21 (fb)) - Infiltrating the Council of Cross-Time Kangs, Ravonna, taking the alias of Kang Nebula, learned of the Time Bubble, and began to seek out the weapon. She, and the Council, came to believe that the Avengers would be the ones to pierce the Time Bubble based on glimpses they had obtained which showed by Iron Man and Thor as among those entering it.
(Avengers I#295 (fb) - BTS / Avengers Annual#21 (fb)) - Kang Nebula seduced a large portion of the Council in order to gain their knowledge and technology.
(Avengers I#291) - Kang Nebula began to infiltrate the dreams of Dr. Druid, appearing to him as a beautiful woman and seducing him. When Kang of Earth 123488.23497 returned to Council Chambers (of the Council of Kangs), Kang Nebula teleported him away with an energy blast, thinking he'd make a welcome addition to the great Council.
(Avengers I#292) - Kang Nebula continued to spread her influence over Dr. Druid. Meanwhile, Kang of Earth 123488.23497 was brought before and introduced to the Council of Cross-Time Kangs.
(Avengers I#293) - Kang Nebula told Kang of Earth 123488.23497 to come visit her some time and she'd tell him about the deadliest weapon in the omniverse. She then returned to her efforts to take control of Dr. Druid and guide him to take over the Avengers.
(Avengers I#294) - Kang Nebula continued her efforts to control Dr. Druid and the Avengers, and Kang of Earth 123488.23497 watched from afar as she adopted a new form and traveled to Earth-616, arriving on Earth-616. Under Kang Nebula's influence, Dr. Druid used his psychic powers to force the other Avengers to elect him the new chairman of the team. Thor resisted his control, but bowed to the majority decision.
(Avengers I#295) - Kang Nebula physically confronted Dr. Druid
for the first time, leading him in a failed effort to slay Thor, involving
summoning a Mechanisaurus Rex to Earth-616 to battle him. While Thor was away,
Druid took mental control of the She-Hulk.
Kang of Earth 123488.23497 informed the Council of Cross-time Kangs of Kang Nebula's activities, leading the Council to investigate her room. There they found technology specific to numerous members of the Council, leading to the conclusion that Nebula had usurped their knowledge and technology. Chairman Kang decided that a contingent of the Council would need to head to Earth-616 to stop Kang Nebula.
(Avengers I#296) - Kang Nebula continued to manipulate Dr.
Druid, having him spread his control over the Black Knight and Thor (via three
mindbender devices). She then led the Avengers to investigate the Bubble.
"Meanwhile," Chairman Kang sent a trio--himself, Kang of Earth 123488.23497, and
Kang of Earth-Mesozoic 24--to try to prevent Kang Nebula from claiming the weapon, so that the Council could have it
instead. However, they arrived mere minutes after Kang Nebula and the Avengers
Kang Nebula, along with the Avengers (Black Knight, Dr. Druid, She-Hulk, and Thor), traveled forward (and across) time, approaching the Bubble, itself.
(Avengers I#297) - The trio of Kangs traveled back in time,
latching on to the Avengers Quinjet before it left Avengers Island.
Maximizing the power of her temporal equipment via Thor's hammer, Kang Nebula led the Avengers to pierce the surface of the Time Bubble. As they continued to penetrate the Bubble, the Kangs managed to neutralize Kang Nebula's control over the Avengers, and the Black Knight, She-Hulk, and Thor turned on her; the She-Hulk even shredded her armor. Without Kang Nebula's guidance, their Quinjet skimmed back out of the Bubble. Kang Nebula was cast from the ship and pulled into a temporal vortex, and Dr. Druid leapt in after her.
All three Kangs were lost in the timestream, as well.
(Fantastic Four I#341(fb) - BTS /#337 - BTS) - Reed Richards discovered the Time Bubble as it effectively blocked time travel past it across the realities. Kang Nebula had her agents send a bomb to slay the Fantastic Four, and when Reed neutralized the bomb, she recognized that he would be the one to actually pierce the Bubble; soon after she took possession of the Human Torch. Using his Radical Dodecahedron, Reed powered their timesled Rosebud II, with which the FF, assisted by Iron Man and Thor, entered the zone around the Bubble, observing hundreds of divergent timelines converging on a single point.
(Fantastic Four I#338) - Chairman Kang, Kang of Earth-Mesozoic
24, and Kang of Earth 123488.23497, as well as Kang Nebula (who left Dr. Druid
behind), latched onto Rosebud and were drawn into the interior of the Time
Bubble with the FF, Thor, and Iron Man. Soon after, Kang of Earth-Mesozoic 24
was left behind on the Earth of that reality.
As the FF, Thor, Iron Man, and Death's Head approached the "weapon" within the Time Bubble, the two remaining Kangs attacked them. Death's Head incapacitated Chairman Kang's shields, but then Kang of Earth 123488.23497 damaged Death's Head's craft's probability generator, banishing him from the Time Bubble. The Kang Nebula-possessed Human Torch then took advantage of Kang of Earth 123488.23497's dropped shields (required for his assault on Death's Head), firing a nova blast that slew him. Chairman Kang recognized Kang Nebula's involvement and elected to take his chances with the weapon. Fleeing from Kang Nebula, Chairman Kang flew into the black hole and was instantly destroyed. They then observed the mammoth Galactus surrounding the black hole, which was the perceived "weapon."
(Fantastic Four I#341(fb)/#339, 340) - The FF, Thor, and Iron Man joined forces with the Gladiator of Earth-Time Bubble in discovering the involvement of the Black Celestial. Kang Nebula assaulted the Human Torch and Invisible Woman, seemingly trapping them in the Black Celestial's base when Gladiator blew it up, but she had activated Sue's force field to save them all. A vengeful Reed duped the Black Celestial into flying into Galactus' event horizon/black hole.
(Fantastic Four I#341) - After learning of Sue and Johnny's
survival, Reed led the group to the Ultimate Nullifier. Kang Nebula had been
possessing Sue, and she attempted to usurp the Nullifier, but she fell for a
trap set by Iron Man under Reed's direction, as Reed had suspected her
involvement. Stunned by the electrical shock, Kang Nebula was forced out of Sue
and lost into the atmosphere of the Bubble. Reed subsequently led Galactus to
activate the Nullifier, and a sphere of nothing consumed him and then the entire
universe, effectively destroying the Time Bubble.
The heroes narrowly escaped that reality, but there is no evidence that Kang of Earth-Mesozoic 24 escaped.
(Avengers Spotlight#37 (fb) - BTS) - Trapped within the maelstrom of the Time Bubble, Druid and Kang Nebula (she had stopped using that name for awhile, but I'm maintaining it for clarification) created an illusionary safe haven where they created a seeming paradise in which to live.
(Avengers Spotlight#37) - Dr. Druid began to see through the illusion, and "Kang Nebula" combined their powers to dissolve the facade, after which she accessed the power of "Anti-Time", which she used to travel back to Earth-901037's past (@ 1961 AD), where she attempted to prevent the age of heroes. Unable to defeat her under normal circumstances, Druid called on the power of his ancestral druid gods, specifically the three mother goddesses of war: Morrigan (spelled wrong in the issue), Macha, and Badb. Via their power, Druid summoned his past and future selves, which he used to strip "Kang Nebula" of her power, banishing her from Earth.
(Captain America Annual#11) - "Kang Nebula" returned to Earth, confronting Dr. Druid and requesting his assistance against an undescribed threat; Dr. Druid was less than sympathetic.
(Thor Annual#17) - "Kang Nebula" attempted to force Druid to assist her, but he proved to powerful for her now. However, when she mentioned that the threat was Kang, he agreed to help her.
(Fantastic Four Annual#25) - "Kang Nebula", now dubbed the Temptress by Dr. Druid, accompanied Druid to confront the Fantastic Four (Human Torch, Invisible Woman, Mr. Fantastic, Thing), convincing them to help them hunt down Kang. The Temptress guided them to Timely, Wisconsin, where she led them to access a portal to Chronopolis. The Invisible Woman left an energy trail to mark their way back home, which was detected by the Avengers (Black Knight, Black Widow, Crystal, Hercules, Sersi), who had traveled there in search of their missing teammates (Captain America, Thor (Masterson), the Vision). When the Avengers caught up to the Fantastic Four, the Temptress revealed herself as "Kang Nebula", manipulating the two teams into a battle as the Avengers thought the Fantastic Four were pawns of "Kang Nebula." While the two teams fought, the Temptress escaped.
(Avengers Annual#21) - Kang's agents, the Anachronauts, brought the Avengers and Fantastic Four to Kang's chambers. Recognizing that someone had been stalking him, the prime Kang had one of the Lieutenants of the Council of Cross-Time Kangs impersonate him in order to draw out the assassin who was stalking him. The Temptress took the bait, leaping from the shadows and killing the Lieutenant, after which the prime Kang ambushed and captured her. She revealed herself as Ravonna, now calling herself the Terminatrix, explaining why she had come to hate Kang. Intrigued by her new vicious nature, Kang challenged her to single combat. They fought evenly, but eventually the Avengers broke free; Thor (Masterson) hurled his hammer at the two, disrupting the temporal shield Kang had formed. As Mjolnir rushed towards them, Kang pushed Ravonna out of the way, taking the full force himself. Kang lapsed into a coma, and the Terminatrix, unsure of her feelings, vowed that she would not let him die, because the conflict had not been resolved to her satisfaction.
(Captain America Annual#11/4, Thor Annual#17/4, Fantastic Four Annual#25/4 - all BTS) - The Terminatrix reviewed Kang's history tapes.
(Avengers Annual#21/4) - The Terminatrix reviewed the final tapes, questioning Kang's robot for clarifications along the way. At the conclusion, she remained frustrated that she was unable to revive Kang, to learn whether he truly was the heartless warrior or the gallant rescuer.
(Avengers Forever#9(fb)) - The Terminatrix watched over Kang's near-dead form, as determined to save him as he had once been for her.
(Avengers Annual#22/2) - Still ruling Chronopolis, the Terminatrix led the Anachronauts back in time to Earth-616's Camelot (6th century) to solve a temporal disruption caused by the Incinerators capturing the ebony starstone before Merlin could gain the stone and forge it into the Ebony Blade. The Terminatrix and the Anachronauts located and freed the Incinerators' prisoner Justine Alphonse Gamble who helped them recover the stone. Gamble later granted the starstone to Merlin.
(Darkhawk#28 - BTS) - The Tomorrow Man duped Darkhawk and the New Warriors, sending them to Chronopolis, allegedly to steal the seeming corpse of Kang in order to dishearten the Terminatrix so that he could then easily conquer her. In reality, as he had intended, the New Warriors' invasion of Chronopolis attracted all of the Terminatrix's troops and attention, so that he would be able to enter Chronopolis undetected and set off a time bomb, the time waves of which would resonate throughout the city, wiping out Kang's conquests and making Zarrko undisputed master of time for all time.
(Darkhawk#29 - BTS) - Darkhawk bluffed the Tomorrow Man into returning himself and the New Warriors home, as well as allowing Darkhawk to destroy the Time Bomb, foiling Zarrko's plans.
(Avengers: Terminatrix Objective#1 (fb) - BTS) - The Terminatrix used her technology to impersonate Kang, taking control of his empire.
(Avengers: Terminatrix Objective#1) - On the 100th day of her rule, she began exploring Kang's empire, discovering Alioth barring her path at its outermost edge, and she narrowly escaped it. Upon her return to Chronopolis, the Anachronauts quit, stating that they did not acknowledge her as their master, though they would keep her secret. Following a training session against a 43rd century Battlebot, she met with Kangs Raulex, Swaach, and "Kaseo," refusing their recommendation that the Council of Cross-Time Kangs strike at the Congress of Realities. Immediately thereafter she was confronted by Thunderstrike, USAgent, and War Machine (Jim Rhodes), summoned and sent by Revelation, who had duped them into believing she was plotting to revive Kang. She summoned several temporal duplicates to assist against the Avengers-types, allowing her to slip away in via time portal. Briefly passing through the Old West, the Terminatrix decided to recruit some Avengers of her own: Thor, Captain America (Steve Rogers), and Iron Man (Tony Stark).
(Avengers: Terminatrix Objective#2) - The Terminatrix summoned the above Avengers, but after they all realized she was the woman who had manipulated them in the past, they were less than inclined to help her. Before she could convince them, Revelation sent her Avengers to confront them. Slipping through another time portal, the Terminatrix went back a few minutes and subliminally influenced her Avengers to help her, which caused them to oppose Revelation's group. The Terminatrix tracked their energy signatures back to the Odexis Alternate Earth System of 9999 A.D., after which she armored up and traveled there, only to be confronted and captured by Marcus Immortus (son of Revelation), before being transported to a different location, where she found herself in stasis beside five other alternate Ravonnas. An aged Immortus then appeared, telling them that one of them would help him--and ultimately herself--break free from the tyranny of time.
(Avengers: Terminatrix Objective#3) - The aged Immortus, standing beside his son, Marcus Immortus, revealed that he had summoned them there because he was dying and his own Ravonna (similarly aged) wished to die at the exact same moment as he (he also felt he could not ask his son to kill him). The Terminatrix volunteered and completed the task, after which she drop-kicked Marcus and escaped through a portal, encountering Revelation, who revealed that her subterfuge was necessary in order to bring the Terminatrix to her. Revelation explained that she was the elder future counterpart of the Terminatrix and that she didn't want to go to the Terminatrix as time travel was becoming dangerous, due to the imminent release of Alioth, who would destroy Kang's empire if not stopped. Revelation then told her of her potential future ruling at Kang's side and then gave her the means to revive Kang so that he could stop Alioth.
(Avengers: Terminatrix Objective#4) - The Terminatrix revived Kang, who led her to the Council Chamber of the Cross-Time Kangs, only to find it already flooded by Alioth; only Kang's three second recall button saved their lives. Kang told her that it was essential they get to the Council, and she convinced him that they could get the Avengers (who had since reconciled their differences) to help them. Convincing them of the real threat of Alioth to their reality, they had the Avengers enter Alioth (wearing protective armor), carrying a device which transformed into Tempus, who usurped the chronal power of the Council from Alioth, growing strong enough to hold him off, eventually forming a barrier between his and Kang's realm. Afterwards Kang teleported the Avengers back to earth and offered the Terminatrix the choice of going to the future and becoming Revelation to rule an empire by herself or staying by Kang and ruling by his side. The Terminatrix chose neither, instead sending Kang back into a coma so that she could arrange things more to her satisfaction.
As Rebecca Tourminet, she traveled back to 1903 in Timely, Wisconsin, where she became the bride of Victor Timely, Kang's alias in that area.
(Avengers Forever#9 (fb)) - Back in Chronopolis, Ravonna abandoned her Terminatrix identity, and she revived Kang, challenging him to the eternal combat--of the heart. They both sought new fire in their romance, but it was not to be. Kang grew bored with him life and traveled back into the past, returning to his identity of Rama-Tut.
(Avengers Forever#9 (fb)) - Kang returned to Chronopolis newly invigorated with his goal of not becoming Immortus. He left Ravonna by the side as he pursued this goal, ignoring administration and conquering his foes. Ravonna had questions, but she received no answers from Kang.
(Avengers Forever#3 - BTS /#9(fb) - BTS) - Ravonna was reportedly slain during Immortus' forces' assault on Chronopolis, which ultimately destroyed the city as well.
Comments: Ravonna created by Stan "The Man" Lee, Don Heck, and John Romita.
The flashback in Avengers I#200 is listed as an appearance of Ravonna, presumably indicating that the woman whom Immortus rescued from the shipwreck was actually the time-traveling Ravonna. I see nothing to back that up, and I don't think I'm going to go with that.
It seems clear (to me) that the Nebula manipulating the Council of Cross-Time Kangs was originally intended by Simonson to be Nebula (the alleged descendent of Thanos). I'm pretty sure she even referenced Thanos once while thinking to herself, but that has since been written out.
Where and when is Ravonna from?
- Similar to the above, her kingdom might just use a completely different calendar. Even on Earth, there are several different calendars.
- The length of their years could be shorter, or their records of past events might have been damaged.
- Otherwise, I guess she'd have to have time traveled back to her kingdom, which seems less likely.
Surely Ravonna had time to escape Chronopolis' destruction...
I agree, but don't call me Shirley!
The Terminatrix has entries in the OHotMU Master Edition and OHotMU 2006 A-Z#11.
Profile by Snood.
She should be distinguished from:
No known connection to:
RAVONNA of the Hyborian era - (Cecilops,
Crigatha, Flatus, Hadwig, Jabezo, "Queen Mother",
Smernok, Sophoronia, Stubb, Torio)
- kingdom in the hinterlands between Argos and Poitan, torn in conflict instigated by Jabezo in effort to usurp the rule
--Savage Sword of Conan#66
Temptress ( ) mutant, Brood Mutants. Pheromone-like ability to control others--Uncanny X-Men#232
Avengers I#23, p20, panel 1 (Ravonna)
#69, p12 , panel (stasis tube)
#293, p18, panel 2 (Kang Nebula)
panel 3 (Kang Nebula/Temptress body)
#294, p18, panel 5 (Kang Nebula sans mask)
p19, panel 2 (Kang Nebula/Temptress face)
Fantastic Four Annual#25, p4, panel 6 (Temptress)
Avengers: Terminatrix Objective#1, p1 (armored)
p22, panel 3 (Terminatrix)
p29, panel 2 (Terminatrix face)
Avengers I#23-24 (December, 1965 - January, 1966) - Stan Lee (writer/editor), Don Heck (pencils), John Romita (#23) & Dick Ayers (#24) (inks)
Avengers I#69 - 71 (October - December, 1969) - Roy Thomas (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Sam Grainger (inks), Stan Lee (editor)
Incredible Hulk II#135 (January, 1971) - Roy Thomas (writer), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Sal Buscema (inks), Stan Lee (editor)
Avengers I#269 (July, 1986) - Roger Stern (writer), John Buscema (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Mark Gruenwald (editor)
Avengers I#291-297 (May-November 1988) - Walt Simonson (writer), John Buscema (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Mark Gruenwald (editor)
Fantastic Four I#337-341 (February-June 1990) - Walter Simonson (writer/pencils/inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Avengers Spotlight#37 (October, 1990) - Roy & Dann Thomas (writer), Bob Hall (pencils), Win Mortimer (inks), Mark Gruenwald (editor)
Captain America Annual#11 (1992) - Roy Thomas (writer), Larry Alexander (pencils), Kathryn Bolinger (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Thor Annual#17 (1992) - Roy Thomas (writer), Geof Isherwood (pencils), Fred Fredricks (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Fantastic Four Annual#25 (1992) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Brad Vancata (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Avengers Annual#21 (1992) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Charles Barnett & Brad Vancata (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
#21/4 - Peter Sanderson (writer), Rich Yanizeski (pencils), Fred Fredericks (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Avengers Annual#22 (1993) - Roy Thomas & Jean-Marc Lofficier (writer), Al Milgrom (pencils), Mark Steckbauer (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Darkhawk#28-29 (June, July 1993) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Tod Smith (pencils), Ian Akin (inks), Nel Yomtov (editor)
Avengers: Terminatrix Objective#1-4 (September-December, 1993) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Mike Gustovich (pencils), Don Hudson, Bud LaRosa & Dell Barras (#4) (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Last updated: 03/16/05
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