Real Name: Marcus Daniels

Identity/Class: Human mutate, technology user;
    citizen of the United States with a criminal record

Occupation: Professional criminal;
    former research assistant

Group Membership: None;
formerly Army of Evil (Absorbing Man/Carl Creel, Anaconda/Blanche Sitzniski, Armadillo/Antonio Rodriguez, Baron Blood/John Falsworth, Boomslang/Marc Riemer, Bulldozer/Henry Camp, Bushmaster/Quincy McIver, Clown/Eliot "Crafty" Franklin, Coachwhip, Cottonmouth, Cyclone/Pierre Fresson, Death Adder/Theodore Scott, Dragonfly/Veronica Dultry, Fer-de-Lance, Ferocia, Fire-Eater/Tomas Ramirez, Graviton/Franklin Hall, Great Gambonnos, Grey Gargoyle/Paul Duval, Human Cannonball/Jack Pulver, Ironclad/Mike Steel, Klaw/Ulysses Klaw, Kraven the Hunter/Sergei Kravinoff, Living Laser/Arthur Parks, Madame Menace, Mr. Hyde/Calvin Zabo, Nitro/Robert Hunter, Piledriver/Brian Calusky, Princess Python/Zelda DuBois, Puff Adder/Gordon Fraley, Ringmaster/Maynard Tiboldt, Rock Python, Sidewinder/Gregory Bryan,Skein/Sybil Dvorak, Slither/Aaron Salomon, Squid, Teena the Fat Lady/Mary Stenson, Thunderball/Dr. Eliot Franklin, Tiger Shark/Todd Arliss, Vapor/Ann Darnell, Vector/Simon Utrecht, Viper/Jordan Dixon, Whirlwind/David Cannon, Wizard/Bentley Wittman, Wrecker/Dirk Garthwaite, X-Ray/James Darnell, Yellowjacket/Darren Cross);
formerly Lightmaster's Masters of Evil (Absorbing Man/Carl "Crusher" Creel, Bulldozer/Henry Camp, Mr. Hyde/Calvin Zabo, Piledriver/Brian Calusky, Thunderball/Eliot Franklin, Titania/Mary MacPherran, Whirlwind/David Cannon, Wrecker/Dirk Garthwaite), the Hood's army, Baron Zemo's Masters of Evil

Affiliations: Baron Zemo (Helmut Zemo), Electro (Maxwell Dillon), Hydra, Klaw (Ulysses Klaw), Moonstone (Karla Sofen), Rhino (Aleksei Sytsevich)

Enemies: Asgardians, Avengers (Black Knight/Dane Whitman, Captain America/Steve Rogers, Captain Marvel/Monica Rambeau, Doctor Druid/Anthony Ludgate, Hercules, Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff, She-Hulk/Jennifer Walters, Starfox/Eros, Thor/Odinson, Vision, Wasp/Janet Van Dyne), Blue Ear (Dr. Pedro Perez), Dr. Abner Croit, Dazzler (Alison Blaire), Doombots, Jackson Farrell, the Inhumans (Black Bolt, Medusa, Crystal, Gorgon, Karnak, Lockjaw, Triton), Iron Man (Tony Stark), Iron Man drones, Kobik, Mockingbird (Barbara Morse), Nova (Richard Rider), Sapheara (Samantha Farrell), S.H.I.E.L.D. (Maria Hill, others), Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Sun Girl (Selah Burke), Superior Six (Chameleon/Dmitri Smerdyakov, Electro/Max Dillon, Mysterion, Sandman/William Baker, Spider-Man/Otto Octavius, Vulture/Adrian Toomes)

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: Bob Hofstetter

Place of Birth: Flushing, New York City

Base of Operations: Mobile in New York;
   formerly Earth's Moon

First Appearance: Nova I#19 (March, 1978)

Powers/Abilities: Daniels could access the Darkforce Dimension, tapping and manipulating its energy for different uses. Blackout could blast beams of Darkforce, an energy that he called "Black Light". The Darkforce beams could eliminate all the light and heat (near absolute zero) around an enemy, envelope and asphyxiate him, or hit him like solid steel. He could create solid objects of "Black Light" of geometric shape and various dimensions: boxes, barriers, clouds, and dishes he used to fly standing on. The objects were unaffected by gravity and, without Blackout's mental control, faded after about 5 minutes. The consistence and resistance of the objects was very high, resistant to disintegrators, bullets, and bio-stingers. However Blackout's fatigue and insecurity could affect the Darkforce-constructs' resistance.
    By filling clouds with Darkforce, Blackout could also create a lightning storm.
    Blackout could also produce air in his constructs of Darkforce.
    Blackout could transform a human body in "Black Light," melting the subject with a light beam. The subject remained alive, thinking and hearing, but only Daniels could recall them to their original form. Another explanation of this phenomenon could be that Blackout could transfer the subject into the Darkforce Dimension. In fact, by accessing the Darkforce Dimension, Blackout could teleport himself to other locations also at very long distances (380,000 Km, Earth-Moon distance), and entrap other beings in the Darkforce Dimension.

Weaknesses: Daniels was paranoid, thinking that everybody wanted to imprison or use him. Sometimes Daniels fell into a catatonic or a trance state.
    Daniels needed a special suit to contain the power of the Black Force emitted by his body. Despite the suit, his metabolism produced pulsations of Black Power that could allow Daniels to melt with a light beam. Daniels needed a stabilizer machine to eliminate the pulsations.

Height: 5'10"
Weight: 180 lbs.
Eyes: Gray
Hair: Brown

(Avengers I#238 (fb)) - Marcus Daniels was one of Dr. Croit's assistants. Daniels had various problems with the Law, but every time Croit "fixed" the things for him.

    Daniels did not understand much about the Croit experiments to capture energy from other dimensions. One day Daniels broke the energy-containing capsule and his body was filled by the Darkforce. His body became a surface of control of the Darkforce coming from the Darkforce Dimension.

    Croit wanted to free Daniels from this power but Daniels escaped before Croit could cure him.

(Nova I#19 (fb) - BTS) - Daniels' mind could not understand what happened to him, so he convinced himself that his powers came from the "Black Stars" and that Croit had used it for his experiments. Daniels could not control his powers, his life was in serious danger.

(Nova I#19) - Daniels took the name of Blackout. Over a year after his escape, Blackout decided to steal the stabilizer machine in order to stabilize his power. While he was flying to Dr. Croit's lab, he met Nova. Blackout believed Nova had been sent by Croit to spy on him and attacked him. The "Black Light" blasts stunned Nova enough to let Blackout imprisoned the hero in a floating cube of Darkforce.

(Fantastic Four I#405) - Blackout was called into the future by Zarrko, to fight for some seconds against the Invisible Woman, then he was sent back.

(Nova I#19) - Blackout arrived at Croit's lab at Hampstead. He smashed the barred window, then he built a bridge of "Black Light" to walk from a roof to the window. He lowered the temperature of the strongroom door to absolute zero, causing the door to explode. Dr. Croit and an assistant arrived and recognized Daniels. Blackout wrapped the two in "Black Light" with the intent to restore their forms only after he had told the world what Croit had done to him. Blackout destroyed the laboratory and stole the stabilizer machine.

    That afternoon Daniels filled the clouds with Darkforce, creating a storm, to use the thunderbolts to power the stabilizer and syphon off part of the excess Darkforce that threatened to kill him. He planned to divert this excess energy into Manhattan to cripple the island and make it ripe for plunder. But Nova arrived on the scene and attacked Blackout. Blackout retaliated. Nova managed to smash through two solid "Black Light" shields but Blackout froze the air around him, enveloping him in ice. Falling on a building wall, Nova freed himself and in a final desperate attack had Blackout fall on the stabilizer, crushing it. The thunderbolts that powered the machine hit Blackout and his atoms dissipated, becoming part of the light waves.

(Avengers I#238 (fb) - BTS) - Daniels became part of the darkness for an unspecified lapse of time. This negatively affected his still precarious mental status.

(Avengers I#236 - BTS) - The stabilizer was brought to Project: PEGASUS.

(Avengers I#236) - Three scientists studied the stabilizer. An attack by the Lava Men on Project: PEGASUS produced an earthquake that changed the vibrational degree of the stabilizer. After some minutes, Captain Marvel (Monica Rambeau) passed near the machine, unwittingly activating the stabilizer. Blackout was freed from his dark limbo in a flash of light that knocked the three scientists out.

    Blackout, still convinced that the scientists wanted to keep him imprisoned, ran out of the laboratory wishing to destroy the complex. He walked near Moonstone's (Karla Sofen) cage. Moonstone convinced him to free her. Then the two also freed Electro and Rhino.

(Avengers I#237) - The villains discovered that the Avengers were in the Project. Rhino didn't trust Blackout, the two tangled for a while, then Electro separated them and Moonstone convinced them all to take revenge against the Project and to destroy it before escaping. The four villains broke into the computers section, sabotaging all the transport systems then arrived at the nuclear research site. Blackout created a barrier of Darkforce around the nuclear generator. The Avengers arrived but could not pass over the dark barrier. A fight started. Blackout surrounded Captain Marvel with a sphere of Darkforce. He was hit by Starfox and flew after him in aerial combat. Captain Marvel destroyed the sphere he had encased her in, distracting Starfox. Blackout blasted the Titan, stunning him, then flew away.

    Moonstone escaped from the room and Blackout followed her, closing the door with another dark barrier. The Avengers had to fix the nuclear reactor, so the two villains fled from PEGASUS.

(Avengers I#238) - In the South Bronx, Moonstone drugged Blackout and psychoanalyzed him, having him tell his real origins.

    The Avengers found Blackout and Moonstone and broke into their refuge. Blackout created another "Black Light" dimensional barrier to slow their attack, but Scarlet Witch's power melted the barrier on the two villains, soiling them with Darkforce matter. Moonstone convinced Blackout to expand the Darkforce in order to swallow up and imprison the Avengers. Blackout started the process, but the Darkforce enveloped Moonstone and him, and the two disappeared in a shrinking dark glowing spot.

(Dazzler I#32) - Blackout teleported Moonstone and himself to the dark side of the Moon. Moonstone wanted to search in the Blue Area of the Moon for more stones like those that empowered her. Blackout and Moonstone could survive in a cloud of Darkforce where Blackout supplied the needed air, but under an intense strain. They approached the Blue Area but discovered that it was inhabited. The inhabitants, the Inhumans, were scared by the giant black moving mass, where nothing could be seen outside nor inside.

    For nine days Blackout slowly pushed the black cloud toward the citadel, then the Inhumans used the combined powers of Black Bolt and Dazzler to blast a light in the cloud and saw the two villains, but did not recognize them. Blackout's darkness faded but resisted, so he started a resistance fight between the Black Bolt-powered Dazzler's light and his Darkforce. Ultimately, Blackout was overpowered, and he fainted. Without Blackout's air supply, Moonstone also fainted and Quicksilver captured both of them.

(Dazzler I#32 - BTS) - Lockjaw teleported Moonstone and Blackout to the Baxter Building and then to Project: PEGASUS.

(Marvel Super-Heroes III#12/3) - Blackout was seen in his cell at Project: PEGASUS.

(Avengers I#273 (fb) - BTS) - Project: PEGASUS ceased its research on superhuman beings. Blackout was transferred to a new facility, but Helmut Zemo had him freed by his agents to include him in his new Masters of Evil alongside Moonstone.

(Avengers I#273) - Blackout was mentally unstable. Karla Sofen had Daniels undergo some psychotherapeutic treatments in order to gain his trust and also developed a device to condition him. She had Blackout demonstrate his power to Zemo: although Daniels was nearly catatonic, he opened a portal to the Darkforce Dimension and surrounded them with a Darkforce barrier. Later, Zemo had the Fixer build a cybernetic circuit for his mask, tuned in on Daniels' brain waves, in order to give simple orders to Blackout and override Moonstone's psycho-conditioner. Zemo now completely controlled Blackout. Zemo had Daniels entrap Moonstone, maintaining his authority over the other Masters of Evil.

    Later, Blackout and the other Masters of Evil invaded and conquered the Avengers Mansion.

(Avengers I#274) - Zemo had Blackout ambush Captain Marvel when she arrived at the Mansion. Blackout enveloped Captain Marvel in a field of Darkforce and sent her to the Darkforce Dimension. Afterwards, under Zemo's orders, Blackout created a huge Darkforce cube surrounding the Avengers Mansion, locking Wasp out and imprisoning Hercules and Captain America inside.

(Avengers I#275) - On the roof, Moonstone encouraged Blackout to maintain the barrier, with the purpose to gain his trust.

(Avengers I#276-277) - Doctor Druid arrived on the scene and, touching the barrier around the Mansion, knew that it was coming from another world but also sensed that it was controlled by a human mind. Thanks to his telepathic powers, he contacted Blackout and convinced him to let the barrier fall. Dr. Druid levitated to the roof. At the same moment, Captain Marvel arrived there. Moonstone, afraid of Captain Marvel, pushed Blackout's body on the heroine and fled. Captain Marvel knocked down the nearly catatonic Blackout and followed Moonstone. Dr. Druid was stunned by a tranquilizer dart shot by Zemo. Zemo started to convince Blackout to banish the Avengers to the Darkforce Dimension. Although he was paralyzed, Dr. Druid's mind was fully functional and contacted Blackout revealing to him that Zemo was only using him. Blackout rebelled and used his will against Zemo's control. Druid warned Blackout that the mental effort was too much for him and told him to run away, but Blackout didn't want to be controlled anymore by anyone and resisted. The effort produced a cerebral hemorrhage in Blackout's brain, and he died.

    After the Avengers had defeated the criminals, Blackout's body was taken away by paramedics.

(Captain America I#427 (fb) - BTS) - Lou Dexter (Dead Ringer) obtained a piece of Blackout's tissue.

(Captain America I#427 - BTS) - Dead Ringer adopted the form of Blackout when he and Super-Patriot abducted Diamondback and Bernie Rosenthal.

(Thunderbolts I#100 (fb) - BTS) - The Commission on Superhuman Activities took custody of Blackout's corpse.

(New Thunderbolts#18) - Zemo used Blackout's brain-dead body to host the Smuggler, Atlas' younger brother, and use him as leverage against Atlas.

(Thunderbolts I#100) - Blackout/Smuggler joined Zemo, Fixer, Man-Killer, Blizzard, MACH-4 and Moonstone as they fought the Thunderbolts over the life of Photon (Genis-Vell). When Atlas learned that the Smuggler was inside of Blackout, he turned on the other Thunderbolts, and Zemo ultimately won, using the remains of Blackout to destroy Photon.

BTS - Blackout got better.

(Dark Reign: The Hood#1) - Blackout joined Hood's army and hung out at one of Hood's hideouts to party.

(New Avengers I#55) - Blackout attended a meeting at Hood's hideout where Jonas Harrow, in Hood's absence, became the group's new leader.

(New Avengers I#60) - A furious Hood returned to his army and killed Jonas Harrow for his betrayal. Hood chided the criminals for their panicked actions, and told them they now had to follow Osborn's orders. Osborn told them to hunt the unregistered heroes and bring them back, dead or alive.

(New Avengers I#61) - Blackout attended a meeting with the Hood's army in Hell's Kitchen. The Hood offered to enhance everyone's powers with Norn Stones.

(New Avengers I#63/Siege#3) - Blackout participated in the siege of Asgard and was taken down by Mockingbird.

(Superior Spider-Man Team-Up#6 (fb) - BTS) - Wrecker and Thunderball called Blackout to rejoin the Masters of Evil under Lightmaster's leadership.

(Superior Spider-Man Team-Up#6) - The Masters of Evil (Absorbing Man, Blackout (Marcus Daniels), Bulldozer, Lightmaster, Mr. Hyde, Piledriver, Thunderball, Titania, Whirlwind) battled the Superior Six and Sun Girl. During the battle, Blackout's powers interacted with Electro's powers causing a chain reaction that hit Piledriver and Vulture with electricity. Sun Girl knocked Blackout unconscious with a light blast. Meanwhile, Lightmaster, stole a quantum particle engine, which Sun Girl (Lightmaster's daughter) activated, and the Masters of Evil disappeared.

(Iron Man: Sound Effects#1 (fb) - BTS) - Klaw was trapped inside his weapon at Stark Industries' Light and Sound Experimental Research Facility (L.A.S.E.R.) and used all his remaining power to contact Blackout and promise him a job that would pay big.

(Iron Man: Sound Effects#1) - Blackout broke into L.A.S.E.R. to steal Klaw's weapon and release Klaw outside the lab. They were overheard by scientist Dr. Perez, who was secretly the hero Blue Ear.

   Klaw and Blackout later attacked at a fundraiser held by Tony Stark and famous actor Jackson Farrell, who had been at the L.A.S.E.R. facility earlier with his daughter Samantha. Blackout tried to kidnap a group of young actor for ransom, but Samantha had merged with an unknown extraterrestrial crystal at the lab and now possessed superhuman abilities she used to create a force field to block Blackout's Darkforce. Iron Man knocked out the surprised Blackout with a repulsor blast and then defeated Klaw with Blue Ear's help. Blackout was arrested.


(Secret Empire#0 (fb) - BTS) - Blackout ended up as a prisoner in S.H.I.E.L.D.'s prison known Pleasant Hill where he had his identity overwritten by the Cosmic Cube Kobik. Even after the fall of Pleasant Hill Blackout remained trapped in the identity of Bob Hofstetter.

(Captain America: Steve Rogers#13 (fb) - BTS) - Bob moved to New Jersey and took over a family home. It is unknown what happened to the family.

(Captain America: Steve Rogers#13) - Baron Zemo tracked down Bob Hofstetter to New Jersey. Bob was apparently on the phone with his "wife" when Zemo knocked on the door. Zemo bound Bob to a chair and after some small talk about Bob's family, Zemo tried to reveal to Bob the truth about his past. Zemo wondered what Bob did to the family that had once lived in the house or why Bob went there in the first place. Zemo released Bob and told him that he had no intentions to hurt him because he needed Bob's help.

(Captain America: Steve Rogers#16) - Baron Zemo brought Bob to Manhattan during the Army of Evil's assault on the city.

(Secret Empire#0) - The Army of Evil teleported away when Zemo arrived with Bob in a boat. Bob had finally reverted to his true self as Blackout. Zemo used the Darkhold and combined with Blackout's powers Manhattan got trapped in the Darkforce Dimension to keep the heroes in Manhattan isolated from the rest of the world.

(Secret Empire#8) - Following intel provided by Deadpool, Maria Hill found Blackout in a prison cell designed to look like an apartment. He had reverted to his Bob Hofstetter persona and told Pleasant Hill's former "mayor" Maria Hill how he had been abducted and brought to Manhattan, but couldn't remember what had happened there. Maria Hill calmed Blackout down and promised him that people were coming to save Manhattan, but she needed to help them by doing something they couldn't do. She shot Blackout in the head and the Darkforce dome around Manhattan collapsed.

(Doctor Strange: Damnation#1) - Blackout (presumably his spirit) played a one-armed bandit at Mephisto's Hotel Inferno in Las Vegas, Nevada after the whole city was raised from Hell.

BTS - He got better!

(Invincible Iron Man I#600) - Blackout rejoined Hood's army and ended up in a massive battle against Iron Man drones and Doombots.

(Scarlet Witch III#2) - Blackout hung out at the Bar With No Name in West New York, New Jersey until it was attacked by Scythia, who was searching for Darcy Lewis.

Comments: Created by Marv Wolfman and Carmine Infantino.

   Blackout's origins by Wolfman were more imaginative:
(Nova I#19 (fb)) - Daniels was an assistant of Dr. Croit. They studied the Black Stars and researched the way to harness their power. Daniels casually discovered that Croit cheated the authorities, but Croit accused Daniels to have stolen his formulae. Daniels understood that Croit had bribed the judges and the attorney. Croit and the attorney proposed to Daniels to be the subject for an experiment, in exchange, Croit would drop all charges, and if Daniels had survived he would have been freed, instead of being imprisoned for 15 years. Daniels accepted.
    The day of the experiment, Croit confessed to Daniels that the experiment was unsafe then activated the lever and the "Black Light" flooded Daniels' body causing him great pain.
    For three days nobody could approach Daniels because of the tremendous black energy radiating from his body.
    Croit gave Daniels a special suit and used a stabilizer machine to contain his power. Daniels, knowing that Croit wanted to use him again, learned to use the suit and escaped from the lab.

    Roger Stern recreated his origins, using the Darkforce Dimension as the source for his powers, discarding the "Black Stars".

   Blackout original origin is considered part a delusion concocted by Blackout by the OHOTMU.
--Markus Raymond

Blackout received handbook profiles in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition#1 (January, 1986), Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition#29 (1993) and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z Update#5 (February, 2011).

Profile by Spidermay and Prime Eternal. Update by Markus Raymond.


Blackout has no known connections to

Dr. Abner Croit

Dr. Croit was a normal human.

(Avengers I#238 (fb)) - He was a researcher of other forms of energy and studied the Darkforce, an energy coming from another dimension called the Darkforce Dimension. He had a research laboratory at Hampstead and some assistants helped him in his job. Also Marcus Daniels worked for him. Although Daniels had some problems with the law, Croit helped him, retiring the charges and let Daniels work for him.
    Croit didn't explain much of his knowledge to Daniels and one day Daniels had the accident that transformed him into a conduit for the Darkforce.

(Nova I#19 (fb)) - Croit wanted to free Daniels from this power and built a special suit and a stabilizer device to contain the "black" power. But Daniels wanted the power, so he escaped before Croit could cure him.

(Nova I#19) - Many months after the accident, Blackout broke into Croit's lab to steal the stabilizer machine. Croit tried to convince him that he was able to cure Blackout, but Daniels refused, convinced that Croit had persecuted him and that he only wanted to use him for his experiments, so he melted Croit and one of his assistants with a light beam (or sent them into the Darkforce Dimension).

--Nova I#19 (Avengers I#238(fb), Nova I#19

Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z Update#5, Blackout profile (main, a fefurbished version of his Deluxe Edition image)
Nova I#19, p9, pan4 (Marcus Daniels, head shot)
Nova I#19, p3, pan2 (Blackout floating on Darkforce discs)
Nova I#19, p8, pan6 (Blackout, head shot)
Nova I#19, p8, pan4 (Blackout transforms Croit and assistant)
Nova I#19, p9, pan1 (Blackout destroys Croit's machines)
Dazzler I#32, p11, pan4 (creating giant Darkforce cloud outside Attilan)
Avengers I#277, p14, pan2 (braindead)
New Thunderbolts#18, p8, pan5 (used as Smuggler's vessel)
Captain America: Steve Rogers#13, p17, pan5 (as Bob Hofstetter)
Nova I#19, p9, pan4 (Croit, head shot)

Nova I#19 (March, 1978) - Marv Wolfman (writer/editor), Carmine Infantino (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks)
Avengers I#236 (October, 1983) - Roger Stern (writer), Al Milgrom (penciler), Joe Sinnot (inker), Mark Gruenwald & Jim Shooter (editors)
Avengers I#237 (November, 1983) - Roger Stern (writer), Al Milgrom (penciler), Joe Sinnot (inker), Mark Gruenwald & Jim Shooter (editors)
Avengers I#238 (December, 1983) - Roger Stern (writer), Al Milgrom (penciler), Joe Sinnot (inker), Mark Gruenwald & Jim Shooter (editors)
Dazzler I#32 (June, 1984) - Mike Carlin/Jim Shooter (writer/co-plotter), Mark Bright (penciler), Vince Colletta (inker), Jim Shooter (editor)
Avengers I#273 (November, 1986) - Roger Stern (writer), John Buscema (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Mark Gruenwald & Jim Shooter (editors)
Avengers I#274 (December, 1986) - Roger Stern (writer), John Buscema (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Mark Gruenwald/Jim Shooter (editor)
Avengers I#275 (January, 1987) - Roger Stern (writer), John Buscema (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Mark Gruenwald/Jim Shooter (editor)
Avengers I#276 (February, 1987) - Roger Stern (writer), John Buscema (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Mark Gruenwald/Jim Shooter (editor)
Avengers I#277 (March, 1987) - Roger Stern (writer), John Buscema (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Mark Gruenwald/Jim Shooter (editor)
Marvel Super-Heroes III#12 (January, 1993) - Cordwaindder Fury, Kurt Busiek (writers), Dave Simons (penciler), Ralph Cabrera (inker), Rob Tokar (editor)
Captain America I#427 (May, 1994) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Dave Hoover (penciler), Danny Bulanadi (inker), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Fantastic Four I#405 (October, 1995) - Tom DeFalco (writer), Paul Ryan (penciler), Dan Bulanadi (inker), Nel Yomtov/Mark Gruenwald (editor)
New Thunderbolts#18 (April, 2006) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Tom Grummett (penciler), Gary Erskine (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Thunderbolts I#100 (May, 2006) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Tom Grummett (penciler), Gary Erskine (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Dark Reign: The Hood#1 (July, 2009) - Jeff Parker (writer), Kyle Hotz (artist), Bill Rosemann (editor)
New Avengers I#55 (September, 2009) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Stuart Immonen (pencils), Wade von Grawbadger (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers I#60 (February, 2010) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Stuart Immonen (pencils), Wade Von Grawbadger (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers I#61 (March, 2010) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Stuart Immonen & Daniel Acuna (pencils), Wade von Grawbadger (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers I#63 (May, 2010) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Mike McKone (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Siege#3 (May, 2010) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Olivier Coipel (pencils), Mark Morales (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Superior Spider-Man Team-Up#6 (January, 2014) - Chris Yost (writer), Marco Checchetto (artist), Sana Amanat (editor)
Iron Man: Sound Effects#1 (December, 2014) - Marc Sumerak (writer), Karl Moline (pencils), Manny Clark (inks), Bill Rosemann (editor)
Captain America: Steve Rogers#13 (May, 2017) - Nick Spencer (writer), Ro Stein (pencils), Ted Brandt (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Captain America: Steve Rogers#16 (June, 2017) - Nick Spencer (writer), Kevin Libranda, Yildiray Cinar & Jon Malin (artists), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Secret Empire#0 (June, 2017) - Nick Spencer (writer), Daniel Acuña (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Secret Empire#8 (October, 2017) - Nick Spencer (writer), Daniel Acuña (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Doctor Strange: Damnation#1 (April, 2018) - Donny Cates & Donny Cates (writers), Rod Reis (artist), Nick Lowe (editor)
Invincible Iron Man I#600 (July, 2018) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Stefano Caselli, Alex Maleev, David Marquez, Daniel Acuña, Leinil Francis Yu, Gerry Alanguilan, Jim Cheung, Mike Deodato Jr., Mark Bagley, Andrew Hennessy, Scott Hanna, Andrea Sorrentino (artists), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Scarlet Witch III#2 (April, 2023) - Steve Orlando (writer), Sara Pichelli (artist), Elisabetta D'Amico (ink), Alanna Smith (editor)

First Posted: 03/20/2006
Last updated: 05/23/2023

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