ARMADILLO

Real Name: Antonio Rodriguez

Identity/Class: Human mutate

Occupation: Adventurer;
    formerly professional criminal, fighter; wrestler

Group Membership: None;
    formerly Hood's army, MODOK's Minions (Chameleon (later impersonated by Ultra-Adaptoid), Deadly Nightshade, Living Laser, Mentallo, Puma, Rocket Racer, Spot);
 (Firebird, Phantom Rider, Red Wolf, Shooting Star, Texas Twister), Vil-Anon (Big Wheel, Equinox, Hypno-Hustler, Man-Bull, Schizoid-Man), formerly Ultimate Fighting League, Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation

Affiliations: Axum, Avengers (Ares, Hawkeye/Bullseye, Iron Patriot/Norman Osborn, Ms. Marvel/Karla Sofen, Sentry/Robert Reynolds, Spider-Man/Mac Gargan), Baron Brimstone, Captain American/Captain (Steve Rogers), Constrictor, Consultant, Grandmaster (En Dwi Gast), Hulk (Banner), Jack O' Lantern (Levins), Man-Ape, Masked Marauder, MODOK, Orka, Owl, Rhino, Rogue, Rose (Philip Hayes), Scarecrow, Daisy Schilling, She-Hulk (Walters), Stilt-Man (Wilbur Day), Tiger Shark, True Believers (Battalus, Headtrip, Red Zone), Vagabond (Lyons), Whirlwind;
    formerly Coach Cady, Dr. Doom, Lennie J. Feitler, Dr. Karl Malus, Rey Trueno

Enemies: AIM, Avengers (Cage, Captain America, Iron Man, Sentry, Spider-Man (Parker), Spider-Woman (Drew)), Big Papi, Black Panther (Shuri), Chameleon, Chupacabra, Controller, Daughters of the Dragon (Misty Knight, Colleen Wing), Dazzler (Alison Blaire), Doom Stomp and the Vill Kill Korps, Fantastic Four (Ben Grimm, She-Thing, Human Torch), Hercules, Infinicide, Iron Man (Stark), Jackpot (Sara Ehret), Klaw, Dr. Karl Malus, Mandarin (Temujin), Mister Hyde, Monster, New Warriors (Microbe, Namorita, Night Thrasher, Nova, Speedball), Punisher (Frank Castle), Ramon, Maria Bonita Rodriguez, Scarlet Spider (Kaine), S.H.I.E.L.D., Spot, Thunderbolts (most notably Atlas), Titania (MacPherran), Ultra-Adaptoid, unidentified ex-Hydra agents, Venom (Eddie Brock);
    formerly Axum

Known Relatives: Maria Bonita Rodriguez (estranged wife)

Aliases: Awesome Armadillo, 'Dillo, Mr. A, Tony

Place of Birth: San Antonio, Texas

Extent of Education: High school graduate

Base of Operations: A prison in Upstate New York;
    formerly the Raft, Ryker's Island;
    formerly Fairbury, Illinois;
    formerly the Raft, New York;
    formerly Ultimate Fighting League building, New Jersey;
    formerly the Vault, Colorado;
    formerly Los Angeles, California;
    formerly San Antonio, Texas

First Appearance: Captain America I#308 (August, 1985)

Powers/Abilities: Armadillo can lift (press) roughly 25 tons under optimal conditions. His thick hide can resist most forms of injury (fire, acid, bullets), short of light anti-tank weapons or prolonged exposure. He possesses sharp claws on each hand which are strong enough to gouge medium-grade steel. He now possesses only four toes/claws on each foot. He can roll his form up into a ball-like shape, which protects him even further during an attack.

Height: 7' 6"   Weight: 540 lbs.   Eyes: Brown   Hair: None (formerly black)

History: (Captain America I#308 (fb)) - Antonio Rodriguez returned home from a short prison stint to find his wife Bonita unconscious on their home's floor, stricken with an unknown illness. He took her to several physicians, with no success. He eventually met Karl Malus, who offered to cure Bonita, but only if he would allow himself to be transformed into a superhuman creature. Malus used his equipment to transform Antonio into Armadillo, and sent him to the West Coast Avengers compound to retrieve Goliath (Erik Josten), who was being held there.

(Captain America I#308) - Armadillo made it onto the Avengers West Coast compound's grounds, where he encountered a visiting Captain America. The two fought for a while until Cap managed to knock Armadillo into a trap net. Stuck, he explained his situation. Convinced that Armadillo was no true threat, Cap let him out of the net, and let him return to Malus. Cap followed him, and confronted Malus. Armadillo pleaded with the Avenger not to arrest Malus because he was the only one that could cure Bonita. Cap agreed to leave without Malus, but called the police department shortly afterwards.

(Captain America I#316 (fb)-BTS) - Bonita was cured, and Armadillo went to work for the Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation, where he was given the name Awesome Armadillo. Unbeknownst to him, Bonita struck up a romance with a man named Ramon.

(Captain America I#316) - Armadillo and Bonita arrived to Manhattan hotel in preparation for his upcoming UCWF match against Doc Sawbones. Bonita wished to sight-see, and left with Ramon. Armadillo beat Sawbones, and Captain America, who was in the crowd, went backstage to congratulate his former foe. Later, Armadillo learned of Bonita's adultery, and went on a maddened rampage through the New York streets. His manager, Lennie J. Feitler, tried to calm him down, but was tossed away. Captain America arrived and tried to do the same, but ended up engaging the enraged wrestler. A suicidal Armadillo then began to climb the side of the Empire State Building, with Cap right behind. Captain America caught up with him and pleaded with him to calm down, but when Hawkeye arrived to find out what was happening, Armadillo took the opportunity to jump from their high perch. He crashed through the street, breaking something in the process. Captain America called for an ambulance.

(Captain America I#340 (fb)-BTS/Avengers: Most Wanted Files#1) - Due to his actions, Armadillo was placed in the superhuman criminal facility the Vault.

(Captain America I#340) - When Iron Man's assault on the Vault during the "Armor Wars" caused a power outtage in the facility, Armadillo was among the inmates that were freed from their cells. He tried to escape with Titania and Mr. Hyde, but Titania knocked him away, fearing he'd slow them down. He escaped on his own, walking past several guards who tried ineffectively to bring him down. Elsewhere, Hyde and Titania (as well as fellow escapees Vibro and the Griffen) were fighting the Captain (Steve Rogers), Nomad, D-Man and the Falcon nearby. Armadillo found the Captain's team's van, where Vagabond (Priscilla Lyons) sat waiting for her teammates. She talked him into surrendering, and brought him to the Captain. He returned willingly to the Vault.

(Avengers Spotlight#26) - Armadillo was presnt in the Vault when the Wizard was escorted in after being captured. When a disguised Loki appeared to help the Wizard escape, the rest of the inmates were set loose. When Iron Man (Stark) arrived to help round them up, Armadillo was one of the escapees that attacked him.

(Fantastic Four I#336 (fb)-BTS) - Armadillo was one of the super-villains that managed to escape the Vault before Iron Man sealed it off.

(Fantastic Four I#336) - Armadillo was among many super-villains who were mind-controlled by Dr. Doom during the Acts of Vengeance movement to attack the Fantastic Four while they were in Washington, D.C. for congressional hearings. He, along with many of the others, was defeated by Ben Grimm, She-Thing, and the Human Torch.

(She-Hulk II#30) - Armadillo was among the super-villains brought forth from various points in the past by Isbisa and his students. Armadillo and the others briefly battled She-Hulk before being sent back to their original timelines. (see comments)

(Avengers: Deathtrap - The Vault) -
When Venom tried to engineer a mass breakout at the Vault, Armadillo did not support the escape and only wanted to serve out his sentence. He joined with the Rhino and Scarecrow and tried to take Venom down, but the Klaw and the Controller stopped them.

(Spider-Man: Breakout#3 (fb)) - Armadillo was seen to still be residing in the Vault.

(Thunderbolts I Annual ' 97 (fb)) - When the Masters of Evil, in their first outing under their new Thunderbolts personas, sought to free Moonstone from the Vault, they masterminded the escape of numerous inmates there, including Armadillo, as a diversion. The Thunderbolts then defeated and rounded up the escapees.

(Avengers: Most Wanted Files#1) - Armadillo claimed to have not been trying to escape, but rather, stop the escapees, as he had previously done. He was subsequently released after serving his sentence.

(Deadline#2) - Armadillo was present at the Bar with No Name when Kat Farrell arrived seeking answers on the murder of Judge Michael Hart.

(Thunderbolts I#76 (fb)-BTS) - At some point, Armadillo became the regional champion for an underground superhuman MMA-style fighting-sports league called Underground Fighting League.

(Thunderbolts I#76) - Armadillo beat another (unidentified) contender for his belt. Later, He and Coach Cady discussed his upcoming match with Monster, which Armadillo also won.

(Thunderbolts I#77) - Rey Trueno, owner of the Jersey branch of UFL, wanted fresh blood in his organization, and hired Daniel Axum, the former villain known as the Battler. Knowing that Trueno was grooming Axum, Cady turned his back on Armadillo and refused to help him prepare for the upcoming fight with Axum. During their match, Armadillo grew angry with how he was betrayed and decided he wanted to kill Axum, whom he had already severely beat.

(Thunderbolts I#78) - Axum ended up winning the match, and won the regional title. Bloodied and bruised, Armadillo was left alone by his trainers in the lockerroom.

(Thunderbolts I#79) - Some time later, Axum found Armadillo living in the alleyway behind the UFL's building, begging for change.

(Thunderbolts I#80) - A trio of children harrassed the homeless Armadillo, and Coach Cady ignored him while welcoming Axum into the building.

(Thunderbolts I#81) - Axum, who was contemplating joining a group of super-villains in a revenge scheme against Spider-Man, bought Armadillo some food and spent time talkng with him. By talking about how he didn't hold a grudge against Axum for beating him, nor any of the heroes who had beaten him in the past, Armadillo unwittingly talked Axum out of his own revenge plan.

(She-Hulk III#9 (fb)) - Armadillo, along with the Constrictor and Jack O' Lantern, tried to rob an armored vehicle, but were defeated by Hercules.

(New Avengers I#1 (fb)-BTS) - Armadillo was placed on the Raft prison facility.

(New Avengers I#1) - Armadillo was among the prisoners who gathered when Electro assaulted the Raft to break Sauron out.

(New Avengers I#2) - When Spider-Man and Captain America arrived to investigate the situation, Armadillo was among the prisoners that attacked the two of them.

(New Avengers I#3 - BTS) - Armadillo was most likely still among the group of criminals battling what would become a new team of Avengers.

(New Avengers I#4 (fb)-BTS) - Armadillo was revealed to have been one of the inmates to have escaped the Raft during the battle.

(New Warriors III#1 (fb)-BTS) - After the breakout, Armadillo and Tiger Shark, whom he was chained to, went into hiding in the town of Fairbury, Illinois.

(New Warriors III#1) - The New Warriors, working with a reality television show, set up a sting after learning of the criminals' whereabouts. Posing as a pizza delivery boy, Speedball identified the two, mostly when Armadillo crashed through the door/wall and said he would not go back to prison. During the fight, Armadillo was knocked unconscious and instinctivley rolled into a ball-like shape. Tiger Shark then used Armadillo, with whom he was still chained, as a living mace. The New Warriors still defeated Tiger Shark, and the two criminals were re-imprisoned.

(Spider-Man Unlimited III#12/1 (fb)) - At some point, Armadillo joined the group Vil-Anon (aka Villains Anonymous), in which former criminals worked a twelve-step program to get over their criminal tendencies.

(Underworld#5) - Armadillo visited the Consultant in hopes of spiffing up his image.

(Punisher War Journal II#4) - Armadillo attended the wake of Stilt-Man, who had been killed by the Punisher. The wake was held in a bar, and was attended by many current and former criminals. Armadillo nearly came to blows with Rhino. Several attendees started feeling sick, and the villains and ex-villains realized too late the Punisher had been there disguised as the bartender, and had poisoned their drinks. As the Punisher walked away from the bar, it blew up.

(Civil War#7) - Armadillo survived, registered and became as part of the Initiative a member of Texas' super-hero team the . Alongside his team he was introduced to the press by Yellowjacket.

(Super-Villain Team-Up II#1 (fb)) - For unrevealed reasons Armadillo was fired from the Rangers. 

(Scarlet Spider II#16 (fb) - BTS) - Because of getting kicked out of the Rangers, Armadillo grew distant from his girlfriend Daisy Schilling and began calling himself a monster.

(Super-Villain Team-Up II#1 (fb)) - Armadillo returned to wrestling. He went to Mexico because no manager wanted him in the USA anymore because of his criminal life. Big Papi became his manager in Mexico, who only gave him 30% of the money.

(Super-Villain Team-Up II#1) - In Acapulco Armadillo beat Chupacabra in a wrestling match. After the show he received 10.000 peso from his manager and wasn't happy. When Big Papi was gone Armadillo was contacted by MODOK (in form of Holy Mary), who told him to come to an address in Brooklyn at midnight on the 5th of May.

  Armadillo went to Brooklyn where he met his new team. A fight broke out between the villains as Spot tried to steal MODOK's money. MODOK intervened and told them what he wanted them to do to earn the money -- steal from the Infinicide.

(Super-Villain Team-Up II#2) - Armadillo trained along with his teammates in a simulation of their attack on the Infinicide. They failed miserably and MODOK told them his superior plan.

  Some time later Armadillo waited with the rest at a pier for their ride to China.

(Super-Villain Team-Up II#3) - Armadillo dug a tunnel near enough to the Infinicide's flying beacon to allow Spot to create a portal that led inside the fortress which had already been infiltrated by Chameleon (actually the AIM controlled Ultra-Adaptoid). Only Armadillo, Nightshade and Spot stayed behind. Armadillo and Nightshade didn't realize Spot's sudden disappearance until it was too late to warn their fellow teammates (Spot stole the Hypernova and sold it to Mandarin). Upon leaving the tunnel Armadillo and Nightshade saw the crash of the Infinicide's beacon right on them.

(Super-Villain Team-Up II#4) - Armadillo, Nightshade and the rest of their team that had been on board were saved by a force-field created by the Ultra-Adaptoid. Rocket Racer appeared with Big Wheel (not the guy, just the giant wheel) and gave his team a ride to Mandarin's ship. Armadillo stayed behind to drive Big Wheel while the rest of the team went on board Mandarin's ship to get the Hypernova. Some time later Armadillo saw Rocket Racer pass by with the Hypernova followed by Chameleon (Ultra-Adaptoid). The diversion led to Armadillo accidentally crashing Big Wheel into Mandarin's ship. The damaged ship then crashed.

(Super-Villain Team-Up II#5) - Without a ride Armadillo rolled down the mountain by himself and inadvertently destroyed the Ultra-Adaptoid, whose controller Monica Rappaccini, had just lost connection to it a second before thanks to Puma blocking the signal with a part of Mandarin's ship. Living Laser told his team and Mandarin that he was in possession of the Hypernova and that Rocket Racer's Hypernova was just an illusion created by Living Laser. In hope to turn himself into a human again he then used up the Hypernova's energy, which destroyed it.

  Armadillo, Nightshade and Puma returned to Brooklyn to tell MODOK that they didn't get the Hypernova. They were angry because half of their team had betrayed them and MODOK never had the money to pay them. MODOK then showed them the Hypernova and explained how he had created a replica of it while Puma passed it to Spot through the Dark Dimension. A Death's Head Unit then appeared because MODOK had told AIM where he was to sell the Hypernova to them. MODOK was now able to pay his remaining agents. Armadillo and the others each received 10,250,000 dollars instead of 5 million because MODOK redivided the shares of the traitors as well.

(New Avengers#35) - Armadillo was one of a large number of super-villains who met with the Hood, hearing and apparently accepting his position as the new Kingpin of super-villain crime. For his attendance, he was given $25,000.

(Secret Invasion#1 - BTS) - Armadillo was confirmed to be a prisoner aboard the Raft when a tehchnological malfuction hit the prison.

(True Believers#4) - A group of unidentified former Hydra agents kidnapped Armadillo. Chained to a wall they demonstrated the effect of the neurotoxin Anathema on him to Madame Hydra, to get back in touch with their former employers. Anathema turned the ferocious fighter Armadillo into a cowering victim unable to fight the agents. The True Believers hacked into the video conference between Madame Hydra and the former agents and found the location the former agents hid out. Red Zone used a holographic projector to look like Armadillo to distract the agents. Battalus came to his aid and together they defeated the former Hydra agents and brought Armadillo to safety.

(Dark Reign: The Cabal#1/3) - Armadillo was at the funeral where the Hood delivered a short eulogy that acted more like a warning to members of his army.

(Dark Reign: The Hood#1-2) - Armadillo hung out at one of Hood's safe houses and partied.

(New Avengers I#56) - When the Hood's powers failed, his army revolted, under the leadership of Jonas Harrow, who used a device to cancel out the powers of the New Avengers (Ronin, Mockingbird, Captain America, Wolverine, Spider-Man, Spider-Woman, Ms. Marvel, Luke Cage) and Osborn's Avengers (Iron Patriot, Ms. Marvel, Spider-Man, Wolverine, Ares, Sentry, Hawkeye), Members of the Hood's army gathered to make their demands, including Crossfire, Cutthroat, the Brothers Grimm, Mr. Hyde, Mandrill, Razor-Fist, Armadillo, Scarecrow, Bulldozer, Piledriver, Wrecker, Thunderball, Chemistro, and Dr. Demonicus.

(New Avengers I#57) - Armadillo watched Osborn agree to Harrow's terms. The power dampener switched off, allowing the New Avengers to escape via a Quinjet that blasted the assembled army of villains.

(Amazing Spider-Man Presents: Jackpot#3) - Hired by Rose (Hayes) Armadillo fought Jackpot and Spider-Man. He tossed the former out through a window and caught the latter to that Rose could talk with him.

(Incredible Hulks#616/2) - Armadillo fled to Pueblo for solitude, but was turned in by a villager to the Vill Kill Korps led by Doom Stomp, who sought to kill him to boost their reputation. Elsewhere, the Hulk and the She-Hulk registered his presence and jumped across to stop him. Realizing what had happened and recognizing that while he was a wanted felon, he was not evil, She-Hulk stopped the fight with the Hulk and told him that he would not be turned in as long as he helped the locals, such as digging wells. She-Hulk also scared off the Vill Kill Korps to ensure some level of safety for Armadillo.

Armadillo charges the rodeo(X-Men: To Serve and Protect#4/3) - Armadillo was one of the many participants in Chadmaster's (a younger Grandmaster) cosmic roller derby and lost to Dazzler (Alison Blaire) and the Daughters of the Dragon.

(X-Men Legacy I#275 (fb) - BTS) - Armadillo was transferred from the Raft to a prison in Upstate New York.

(X-Men Legacy I#275) - Imprisoned at the Raft Armadillo volunteered to have a portion of his powers absorbed by X-Men member Rogue. His powers enabled her to thwart a prison break at the Raft.

(Scarlet Spider II#16) - Armadillo attacked a Houston rodeo, drunk and looking for his former girlfriend Daisy. Scarlet Spider intervened and the two fought until the appearance of Daisy stopped the Armadillo. He and her hugged and kissed with onlookers cheering their rekindled love.

(Superior Foes of Spider-Man#12) - The Owl had Armadillo join Boomerang's Sinister Sixteen in a raid on Chameleon's hideout.

Comments: Created by Mark Gruenwald, Paul Neary and Dennis Janke.

For a guy that is considered a joke, Armadillo sure busts out of a lot of prisons. Even if he doesn't really want to.

The time-travel bit in She-Hulk is a bit fuzzy to place. I've opted to place it only in the "current" time period of when he's drawn forth to, as it's never explicitly stated when he was plucked from time.

Bonita's name was given as "Maria" in Armadillo's entry in the OHotMU Deluxe Edition#1. It was later corrected in their Data Corrections section. Later on, the Avengers: Most Wanted Files handbook "Robert Bruce Banner-ed" her into Maria Bonita.

Yes, he looks different in the T-Bolts issues. Blame it on the artist's urge for creativity.

It was Armadillo's first battle with Captain America that persuaded the Beyonder (who was watching the incident while invisible) to take on Cap's form.

Armadillo's size changes a LOT depending on who's drawing him.

In She-Hulk II#21 Earth-721's Antonio Rodriguez was among the clients of Albert E. DeVoor. He traveled from Earth A (Earth-721) to Earth B (Earth-616) for a superpowered vacation. This means, that for some time two Armadillo's were active on Earth-616. At this point it is unknown at which point Earth-721's Armadillo was active, but it is possible that in some of the appearances in the history it was Earth-721's version instead of Earth-616's.

Big thanks to Chadman for providing the Avengers: Deathtrap info.

Oh, for the record, I liked the "Fightbolts" issues. They just never should have been tagged onto the end of the Thunderbolts run.

2013-2014 entries by Grendel Prime.

Profile by Madison Carter.

CLARIFICATIONS:
Armadillo has no known connections to


Maria Bonita Rodriguez

 

Antonio Rodriguez's wife, Bonita fell to a mysterious illness while Antonio was serving prison time. After his release, he tried to find a doctor to cure her, winding up with Karl Malus. Malus turned Antonio into the Armadillo and promised to cure Bonita if Antonio did his bidding. After Captain America intervened, the Avengers made Malus cure Bonita. When the Armadillo became a professional wrestler, Bonita began an affair with a man named Ramon, and the Armadillo went berserk when he learned of it. He broke out of the Vault at one point in hopes of finding and killing his unfaithful wife, but was talked out of it by Vagabond.




--Captain America I#308 ( Captain America I#308 (fb), 316, [340]


Daisy Schilling

Daisy Schilling

Daisy Schilling was Antonio Rodriguez's girlfriend and they loved each other greatly. However, Armadillo became distant when he was fired from the Rangers and she left him. Later, as Texas model, she became engaged to Wyatt Taft. This was reported at a Houston rodeo. Drunk, Armadillo charged in, calling for Daisy. Seeing Armadillo in a sudden battle with Scarlet Spider, she jumped into the ring, stopping the fight, and the two lovers hugged and kissed, much to the applause of the crowd.

 

 

 

 

--Scarlet Spider II#16


images: (without ads)
Captain America I#308, page 6, panel 1 (main image)
Captain America I#308, page 12, panel 2 (human form)
Captain America I#316, page 18, panel 5 (lifting car)
Thunderbolts I#76, page 10, panel 5 (Ultimate Fighting League)
New Warriors III#1, page 14, panel 1 (rolled up in ball)
Scarlet Spider II#16, p10, pan 1 (RRRRAAA! at the rodeo)
Captain America I#316, page 7, panel 6 (Bonita)
Scarlet Spider II#16, p7 pan3 (Schilling)


Captain America I#308 (August, 1985) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Paul Neary (penciler), Dennis Janke (inker), Mike Carlin (editor)
Captain America I#340 (April, 1988) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Kieron Dwyer (penciler), Al Milgrom (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Avengers Spotlight#26 (December, 1989) - Dwayne McDuffie (writer), Dwayne Tuner (penciler), Chris Ivy (inker), Mark Gruenwald (editor)
Fantastic Four I#336 (January, 1990) - Walter Simonson (writer), Ron Lim (penciler), Mike De Carlo (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
She-Hulk II#30 (August, 1991) - Louise Simonson (writer), Tom Morgan (penciler), Jim Sanders & Keith Williams (inkers), Renee Witterstaetter (editor)
Avengers: Deathtrap: The Vault (1991) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Ron Lim (penciler), Jim Sanders & Fred Fredericks (inkers), Kelly Coverse (editor)
Thunderbolts I Annual '97 (1997) - Kurt Busiek (writer), Chris Marrinan (penciler), Andrew Pepoy (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Deadline#2 (July, 2002) - Bill Rosemann (writer), Guy Davis (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Thunderbolts I#76-81 (April-September, 2003) - John Arcudi (writer), Francisco Ruiz Velasco (artist), Andrew Lis (editor)
She-Hulk III#9 (January, 2005) - Dan Slott (writer), Paul Pelletier (penciler), Rick Magyar (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengerrs I#1-4 (January-April, 2005) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), David Finch (penciler), Danny Miki (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Spider-Man: Breakout#3 (August, 2005) - Tony Bedard (writer), Manuel Garcia (penciler), Raul Fernandez (inker), Axel Alonso (editor)
New Warriors III#1 (August, 2005) - Zeb Wells (writer), Skottie Young (artist), Mackenzie Cadenhead (editor)
Spider-Man Unlimited III#12 (January, 2006) - Christos N. Gage (writer), Mike McKone (penciler), Larry Stucker (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Underworld#5 (August, 2006) - Frank Tieri (writer), Staz Johnson (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Axel Alonso (editor)
Civil War#7 (January, 2007) - Mark Millar (writer), Steve McNiven (pencils), Dexter Vines, John Dell & Tim Townsend (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Punisher War Journal II#4 (April, 2007) - Matt Fraction (writer), Mike Deodato (artist), Axel Alonso (editor)
New Avengers#35 (December, 2007) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Leinil Yu (artist), Molly Lazer  (assistant editors), Tom Brevoort (editor)
True Believers#4 (December, 2008) - Cary Bates (writer), Paul Gulacy (artist), Molly Lazer & Bill Rosemann (editors)
Dark Reign: The Cabal#1/3 (June, 2009) - Rick Remender (writer), Max Fiumara (artist), Bill Rosemann (editor)
Dark Reign: The Hood#1-2 (July-August, 2009) - Jeff Parker (writer), Kyle Hotz (artist), Bill Rosemann (editor)
New Avengers I#56 (October, 2009) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Stuart Immonen (penciler), Wade von Grawbadger (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers I#57 (November, 2009) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Stuart Immonen (pencils), Wade von Grawbadger (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man Presents: Jackpot#3 (June, 2010) - Marc Guggenheim (writer), Adriana Melo (pencils), Mariah Benes (inks), Stephen Wacker (editor)
Incredible Hulks#616/2 (January, 2011) - Tim Seeley (writer), Al Rio (artist), Jordan D. White (editor)
X-Men: To Serve and Protect#4/3 (April, 2011) - Jed Mackay (writer), Sheldon Vella (artist), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#275 (2012) - Christos Gage (writer), David Baldeon (penciler), Jordi Tarragona (inker), Dan Ketchum (editor)
Scarlet Spider II#16 (June, 2013) - Chris Yost (writer), Khoi Pham (pencils), Pallot & Olazaba (inks), Tom Brennan (editor)
Superior Foes of Spider-Man#12 (August, 2014) - Nick Spencer (writer), Steve Lieber (artist), Lauren Sankovitch (editor)


Last updated:06/14/14

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