Classification: Human (Native American)
Location/Base of Operations: Keewazi Indian Reservation, Oklahoma; (East Keewazi) Sweet Medicine Indian Reservation, New Mexico
Known Members: Black Deer, Black Eagle (possibly Will Wingfoot; see comments), Chavis, Roberta Elk Step, Frank Fireheart, Granny Fireheart, Silas Fireheart, Dr. Sara Heart, Kelly, Miriam, Nicky, Rain Falling West, Rebecca Rainbow, Marjorie Running Bear, Russell Running Bear, Silent Fox, Stalking Fox, Roberta Wingfoot, William Wingfoot, Wynona Wingfoot, Wyatt Wingfoot
Affiliations: Dr. Stephen Strange, Fantastic Four (Human
Torch/Johnny Storm, Medusalith Amaquelin, Mr. Fantastic/Reed
Richards, She-Hulk/Jen Walters, Thing/Ben Grimm), Ghost Rider
(Zarathos/Johnny Blaze), Hawkeye (Clint Barton), Louise Mason, Moloids, Bridget
O'Neil, Sheriff Daniela Ortiz, Red Wolf of Earth-51920, Roxxon, Son
of Satan (Daimon Hellstrom)
The Keewazi also pay homage to a number of gods such as Coyote, the Crow and Tomazooma
Enemies: Anung-Ite, Carlton Beatrice, Dryminextes, KhLθG, Miracle Man, Mole Man (Harvey Elder), Raptor the Renegade, Roxxon, Terminus, Tomazooma robot, Wizard (Bentley Wittman)
First Appearance: (Wyatt
Wingfoot) Fantastic Four I#50 (May, 1966);
(other Keewazi) Fantastic Four I#80 (November, 1968)
Powers/Abilities: None inherent. Some have undergone training to enable them to practice magic.
Traits: The Keewazi Indians are a Native American tribe with social and religious traits unique to their own tribe.
(Strange Tales III#1 (fb)) - A long time ago, a Keewazi mother began the legends of the Sage-Wolf, a creature which was said to steal children away from their families. Although no such creature existed, the story was passed on for generations.
(Strange Tales III#1 (fb)) - Silent Fox pursued and finally came into conflict with the creature KhLθg on the reservation, where it had assumed the form of the extraterrestrial Orrgo. With the aid of William Wingfoot, who brought Silent Fox his Hand of the Creator amulet, Silent Fox was able to drive KhLθg off.
(Strange Tales III#1 (fb) - BTS) <Possibly a few decades (see comments), ago> - A Keewazi delegation headed by Silent Fox was visiting New York City on tribal business at the same time Doctor Strange encountered with the "Szenics creature"/"figment" (a manifestation or some other association with KhLθg) in the town of Mystic, Connecticut. The monster turned out to be the physical manifestation of a rumor started by Terry Szenics (to prove how gullible the working class was) which had been brought to life by the townspeople's imaginations.
(She-Hulk: Ceremony#1 (fb)) - Twenty years ago, the Keewazi met a young opportunistic businessman named Carlton Beatrice, eager to purchase their land for its mineral rights, but William Wingfoot turned him down. While visiting the reservation, Beatrice noticed Wingfoot's mother (or mother-in-law) Roberta Elk Step and her sister Miriam, in a mystical ceremony and learned what he could from their rituals, but Miriam realized that Carlton lacked a soul. After robbing Miriam of her soul and killing her, Carlton fled the reservation to avoid Roberta's wrath.
(Fantastic Four I#80 (fb) - BTS) - The Keewazi became rich when oil was found on their land. They built refineries to harvest the oil.
(Fantastic Four III#29 (fb) - BTS) - The Keewazi used some of their newfound wealth into educating their younger members.
(Strange Tales III#1 (fb) - BTS) - Another Keewazi delegation headed by Silent Fox was visiting New York City on tribal business at the same time Human Torch and the Thing battled a group of alligators who had come up out of the sewers and later, down in the sewers, they fought the Golden Gator who led an army of gator men (a manifestation or some other association with KhLθg).
(Fantastic Four I#50) - Wyatt Wingfoot arrived at and enrolled in Metro College, where he was the roommate of Johnny Storm, aka the Human Torch of the Fantastic Four.
(Fantastic Four I#80 (fb) - BTS) - The Red Star Oil Company attempted to purchase the Keewazi's land because of the rich deposits of oil, but Silent Fox, now tribal chieftain, refused to sell.
(Fantastic Four I#80) - The Red Star Oil Company built a robot of the Keewazi's deity Tomazooma to assault the oil refineries in an attempt to drive them out, but Silent Fox saw through their scheme. Wyatt Wingfoot and his friends Mr. Fantastic, the Human Torch and the Thing came to assist the Keewazi against Tomazooma. After Silent Fox exposed the Red Star Oil Company to Washington D.C., he lead the Keewazi into battle against the false Tomazooma, who was destroyed by Wyatt and Mr. Fantastic. The true Tomazooma was seemingly glimpsed in some nearby mist, watching over the Keewazi the entire time.
(Fantastic Four I#138-139) - The Keewazi were menaced by the Fantastic Four's enemy Miracle Man, who had gained magical powers from their neighbors, the Cheemuzwa ("Silent Ones"). Wyatt brought the Thing, Medusa and the Human Torch to the reservation to help, and the Miracle Man was finally taken away to be imprisoned by the Cheemuzwa.
(Marvel Two-In-One I#8) - The Miracle Man returned to plague the Keewazi again, transforming the soul of one of the Cheemuzwa into an infant, and the Keewazi reservation into a recreation of Bethlehem circa the birth of Jesus Christ, intending to create a new messiah out of the reborn Cheemuzwa. The Keewazi were all taken over by the Miracle Man's spell, and made to enact roles paralleling those in Christ's birth. The strange phenomena was investigated by both Ghost Rider (Johnny Blaze) and the Thing, and they were able to defeat him. The reservation returned to normal, but the "messiah" child remained. Wyatt adopted the child as a ward of the tribe.
(Marvel Team-Up I#32) - Not long afterwards, Wyatt became possessed by the demon Dryminextes, and the Human Torch came to the reservation to help him, bringing Daimon Hellstrom to assist Wyatt. Dryminextes controlled some of other Keewazi to attack the Torch and Hellstrom, but Daimon was ultimately able to drive Dryminextes from Wyatt's soul.
(Fantastic Four I#192) - Wyatt helped organize a cross-country race in Oklahoma, bringing in Johnny Storm as one racer, and providing Rebecca Rainbow of the Keewazi as another contestant. Rebecca was interested in Johnny, but the Torch was distracted when the Texas Twister interrupted their race.
(Fantastic Four I#193) - Johnny stayed with Wyatt and Rebecca for a while before moving on, and taught some car repair to Rebecca.
(Marvel Two-In-One Annual#6 (fb)) - When the Navaho tribe who bordered the Keewazi were invaded by mining contractors, one of them went to the Keewazi reservation to tell Wyatt that the brothers Jason and Ward Strongbow had gone missing, and had apparently obtained superhuman powers which mirrored an old Navaho legend.
(Fantastic Four I#269 (fb) - BTS) - When Silent Fox passed away, the mantle of chief was set to fall to Wyatt Wingfoot.
(Fantastic Four I#269-270) - Wyatt and some other Keewazi assisted Mr. Fantastic and the She-Hulk when the extraterrestrial invader Terminus landed at the reservation, and Mr. Fantastic ultimately drove Terminus beneath the Earth. Wyatt decided to put off accepting the mantle of chief until he had been out among the world a while longer, and departed the reservation with Mr. Fantastic and the She-Hulk.
(She-Hulk: Ceremony#1 (fb) - BTS) - Wyatt finally returned to the reservation, and assumed the role of chief for his people.
(She-Hulk: Ceremony#1) - Rain Falling West encountered her grandmother, Roberta Elk Step, being transported against her will to meet Carlton, who was asking for a mystical basket to complete his power; but Roberta informed him that it was no longer hers to give-- she had sent it to Wyatt's girlfriend, Jennifer Walters, the She-Hulk, to protect from Carlton.
(She-Hulk: Ceremony#2) - Carlton mentally enslaved the Keewazi reservation into forcing the She-Hulk to relinquish the basket. She restored the wills of the Keewazi by pouring their souls in the forms of wafers into the basket, but Beatrice still held the soul of Wyatt Wingfoot captive. To recover Wyatt's soul, She-Hulk surrendered the basket. Wyatt finally decided to learn the female ("soul") medicine (magic) of his tribe from his grandmother. Wyatt told She-Hulk that he would be away for a time and asked her to protect his people until he returned. She-Hulk agreed, and Wyatt and Roberta rode off but soon disappeared, leaving their horse riderless.
During their absence, Beatrice had his people arrange for the United States Department of the Interior to rescind the treaty that created the Keewazi reservation, thus forcing the tribe to relocate. Carlton Industries then "legally" acquired the land and the minerals on it. She-Hulk tried to fight off the Carlton Industries forces but was rendered unconscious (Rain believed her to be dead) and her body flown off by helicopter. Soon afterwards, Wyatt (with much longer hair) and Roberta returned, appearing out of thin air just outside the fence surrounding the now-destroyed reservation. When Roberta learned that she no longer had a home, she lost her will to fight and died.
Two nights later, during a ceremony he performed at new moon, Carlton used the basket to steal the souls of every plant, animal and human on Earth, as Wyatt, Rain and the She Hulk arrived to confront him. Rain was not permitted to help them, but by uniting their spirits, Wyatt and Jennifer defeated Carlton and retook the basket.
Wyatt accepted the title of chief and promised to one day return his people to their land (something which he apparently did).
(Ka-Zar: Guns of the Savage Land) - Ka-Zar was visiting the Keewazi territory when his people noted a remarkable discovery to him. They found a man whose body had no signs of pesticides, preservatives, additives, or other modern elements of food.
(Sensational She-Hulk I#36) - She-Hulk and Louise Mason stopped at the Keewazi reservation to have their mechanics fix Jennifer's flying car as they flew to California for Christmas with Morris Walters. She-Hulk and Louise stayed overnight at the reservation, and She-Hulk and Wyatt engaged in activities that had "no place in a code-approved book."
(Strange Tales III#1 (fb)) - KhLθg manifested itself on the reservation again, this time taking the form of the Sage-Wolf and stealing children from the Keewazi. Wyatt called in the Human Torch and Thing for help, and, joined by Dr. Strange, they confronted KhLθg in its true form -- Wyatt was able to make KhLθg vanish into nothingness by making it assume the role of a serpent which devoured its own tail.
(Fantastic Four I#394) - The Keewazi permitted an archaeological dig on their land from Empire State University, led by Professor Simon Janson. The Human Torch accompanied the students, as he was pursuing a relationship with Bridget O'Neil, and the She-Hulk was also present to visit Wyatt. A local Keewazi named Stalking Fox warned Professor Janson against unearthing their artifacts, but Janson ignored him, and found a totem which, after being exposed to his blood, transformed him into Raptor the Renegade. Raptor was defeated by the Torch.
(Fantastic Four I#395) - The students finished up their work at the reservation.
(Fantastic Four III#26) - When Doctor Doom's starship flew over Merced Canyon, Wynona Wingfoot and her brother Wyatt were riding horses in the canyon. Wyatt noted that it was completely cloaked from all scanners, and then commented that he might need to send an alert to both the Fantastic Four and the Avengers.
(Fantastic Four III#29 (fb) - BTS) - Searching for a hidden treasure within the Keewazi tribe reservation, the Wizard caught the tribe.
(Fantastic Four III#29) - Wynona and Wyatt Wingfoot were captured as well by the Wizard in Silver Rock Springs and interrogated regarding the supposed hidden treasure. Despite Wynona and Wyatt's insistence that there was no hidden treasure, the Wizard explained that he had intercepted the Wingfoots' earlier message to the Avengers and Fantastic Four about a mysterious spacecraft that Wizard was certain belonged to the Keewazi guardian Tomazooma. When Wynona argued back at the Wizard, he placed an anti-gravity disc on her chest, causing her to fly far up into the air. Shortly thereafter, the Fantastic Four arrived to rescue Wyatt and at the beginning of the battle, the Trapster reported that Wynona had ditched the Wizard's anti-gravity disc and was falling to Earth fast. She was rescued by Doctor Doom (secretly Reed Richards), who left to participate in the battle against the Wizard's Frightful Four. During the scuffle, Wynona tried to free the other members of the Keewazi tribe but was unable to release the jammed door. Doctor Doom (Reed) once more came to her aid, freeing the captured Keewazi including Wynona's father Black Eagle.
(Occupy Avengers#1 (fb) - BTS) - The Eastern Keewazi lived on the Sweet Medicine Indian Reservation near Santa Rosa, New Mexico. The tribe earned money by providing water to the surrounding region. This stopped when their water was allegedly contaminated by toxic waste dumped on the land. They were forced to buy water in bottles from that point on and those that stayed in the reservation lived below the poverty line.
(Occupy Avengers#1) - Hawkeye and Red Wolf went to the reservation to investigate the contimation and met with the Firehearts. The meeting was secretly observed by mercenaries working for Oasis Spring Water. Oasis' mercenaries caught Hawkeye and Red Wolf with the help of Hydro-Man.
(Occupy Avengers#2) - Silas and Frank Fireheart saw the fight Hawkeye and Red Wolf had with Hydro-Man. Silas and Frank followed the mercenaries and the captured heroes in their car and found a massive water pumping station that had secretly been built by Oasis on their land. They ran over Hydro-Man after Hawkeye and Red Wolf were able to free themselves. The Fireheart cousins fought alongside the heroes against the Oasis mercenaries. During the fight Silas took out Hydro-Man with a taser.
Sheriff Daniela Ortiz arrived with the local authorities to arrest the mercenaries working for Oasis. The large underground water reservoir now belonged the the Eastern Keewazi.
(Fantastic Four VI#19 (fb) - BTS) - The Tribal Government voted to work with Roxxon and allow them to drill for oil in the Keewazi Reservation in Oklahoma.
(Fantastic Four VI#19) - Some of the Keewazi protested the decision after some oil spills. Protests were opposed by other members of the tribe and Roxxon representatives. The absent chief of the tribe Wyatt Wingfoot returned and told everyone to calm down. He learned from geologist Dr. Sara Heart that Roxxon had been drilling too deep into subterranean pasages. Moments later the ground collapsed and a horde of Moloids emerged. Wyatt contacted the Fantastic Four when they were seemingly attacked by the Moloids.
(Fantastic Four VI#20 (fb)) - The collective of Moloids attacked because their homes had been destroyed by Roxxon's drills. Wyatt convinced the Moloids that the destruction of their homes was an accident and that they and the Keewazi had both ties to this land. In the end the Moloids were welcomed into the tribe.
The Moloids quickly adjusted to life above ground, but a week later the Mole Man sent a messaging diamond to the Keewazi and demanded the Moloids to be returned to him. He gave them one day to return to his mines.
(Fantastic Four VI#19) - The Keewazi's council, including three Moloids, met to discuss the situation and it was decided to call in the Fantastic Four for help.
(Fantastic Four VI#20) - The Human Torch and his new lover Kaila traveled to the reservation to help. Wyatt expected the whole team because the Keewazi were threatened by the Mole Man, but Human Torch was sure he could handle it. Wyatt and the Moloids explained the situation. The Human Torch called in the rest of the Fantastic Four, but the time Mole Man gave them was almost up and Wyatt was sure the Fantastic Four would not arrive on time. Wyatt, the Keewazi, the Moloids, the Human Torch and Kaila worked together against Mole Man and his dinosaurs, but Kail used her powers to communicate with birds to talk to the dinosaurs and explain to them that Mole Man was in the wrong. The fight was over and the Keewazi and their new Moloid members were left in peace by Mole Man.
Comments: Created by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott.
The Keewazi are normally said to be located in Oklahoma, but some stories place them in Arizona.
The Keewazi were referred to as the Konohoti in Marvel Two-In-One I#8
Will U : "Regarding the coyote and crow gods of the Keewazi and their relationship to actual known mythological deities has a bit of a conundrum. The Keewazi are a fictional tribe and their only known god, Tomazooma, is fictional as well. I didn't find any Native American tribes actually indigenous to Oklahoma (that is, not having been moved there by white settlers), but assuming they are part of the Athapascan linguistic group (which includes the Apache and Navaho), the name of their coyote god would be--guess what--Coyote!"
"Here's where it gets interesting: The crow-spirit is not a native totem to the Athapascan tribes. It is to the Iroquois (which includes the Mohawk, Cayuga, Oneida, Onondoga and Seneca Indians) and the Na Dene/Tsimshian tribes native to the Pacific coast. Assuming the Keewazi are a relocated Iroquois (since no Na Dene tribes would be relocated as far as Oklahoma) then their crow-spirit would actually be Crow and Coyote would have a name phonetically similar to Taswiscara."
Wyatt has been said to be descended from the Comanche -- a caption in Fantastic Four I#54 stated, "But Wyatt Wingfoot, with the blood of Comanache warriors flowing through his veins...". The Comanche are from the Shoshone linguistic branch of the Great Plains. Their traits are known for being nomadic, hunting buffalo, being skilled horseman, war-like and extending as far south as Mexico. Keewazi seems phonetically similar to Comanche too.
The word "Apache" means
"enemy" in Hopi. There are some Navajo clans of partial
Puebloan descent. And, there's even a Pueblo tribe whose
name--the Keresan--is remotely similar to "Keewazi!"
According to Wikipedia, "Comanche" is supposed to be a
Spanish mispronunciation of "Kohmats." The Ute word for
"enemies" (similar to the Pueblan root of "Apache").
In Fantastic Four III#29, Wynona refers to
the Keewazi tribe member Black Eagle as her father. Her
brother Wyatt's father was William Wingfoot, who was
specifically mentioned as being long dead in Fantastic
Four I#269, so the question remains: Who is Black Eagle? A
somehow resurrected Will Wingfoot? An only
thought-to-be-dead Will Wingfoot? A different character
entirely? Perhaps Wynona and Wyatt are only half-siblings
and do not share the same father? It's possible that Wyatt
and Wynona share the same mother but after Will Wingfoot
died, Roberta Wingfoot married Black Eagle and the two had
Wynona together. It is also possible that Black Eagle
could be a Keewazi tribe member who acted as a surrogate
father to Wynona following the deaths of Will and Roberta
Wingfoot. That is the explanation I chose to go with in
this profile, considering that the Official Handbook of
the Marvel Universe A-Z Update#1's Wyatt Wingfoot entry
listed Wynona as Wyatt's sister, not as his half-sister.
With Wyatt being away at college and aiding the Fantastic
Four on occasion, and the Wingfoot parents being dead, it
seems likely that Wynona would have to have been raised by
someone else, possibly Black Eagle. A special thanks to
Don Campbell for pointing out Wynona's other relatives
(Rain Falling West, Roberta Elk Step and Miriam)
seen/mentioned in the She-Hulk: Ceremony mini-series!
Corrections/Clarifications/Additions by Donald Campbell (all of the corrections have already been made, but I'm listing them here to give Donald his proper credit)
Wyatt Wingfoot was (presumably) more than 20 years old during the events depicted in She-Hulk: Ceremony so Carlton Beatrice must have come to the Keewazi reservation sometime after Wyatt's birth. And since Silent Fox's encounter with "Orrgo" happened before Wyatt was born, that means the "Orrgo" encounter should be listed before Beatrice's interaction with the Keewazi tribe, not after it.
The profile mistakenly states that Roberta Elk Step was Rain Falling West's mother when she was actually Rain's grandmother.
that it was after
the She Hulk was
Wyatt decided to
finally accept his
position as chief
of the tribe to
guide them. In
decided to learn
(magic) of his
tribe from his
told She-Hulk that
he would be away
for a time and
asked her to
protect his people
until he returned.
and Wyatt and
Roberta rode off
In was during
their absence that
the treaty to the
rescinded and the
tried to fight off
but was rendered
believed her to be
dead) and her body
flown off by
Soon afterwards, Wyatt (with much longer hair) and Roberta returned, appearing out of thin air just outside the fence surrounding the now-destroyed reservation. When Roberta learned that she no longer had a home, she lost her will to fight and died.
Two nights later, during a ceremony he performed at new moon, Carlton used the basket to steal the souls of every plant, animal and human on Earth, as Wyatt, Rain and the She Hulk arrived to confront him. Rain was not permitted to help them, but by uniting their spirits, Wyatt and Jennifer defeated Carlton and retook the basket. it was only after that that Wyatt finally accepted the title of chief and promised to one day return his people to their land (something which he apparently did).
headed by Silent
York City on
at the same time
occurred. It was
first visit that
creature" in the
town of Mystic,
out to be the
a rumor started
by Terry Szenics
(to prove how
was) which had
been brought to
life by the
shortly after he
mantle of Master
of the Mystic
Arts" so it
could have taken
The [sub]title "Master of the Mystic Arts" was first applied to Doctor Strange in Strange Tales #120 (1964; "The House of Shadows").
Prior to that, he was billed as "Doctor Strange, Master of Black Magic" or simply as "Doctor Strange" with no subtitle at all.
AFAIK there's never been any indication that "Master of the Mystic Arts" is anything but an impressive-sounding synonym for "talented sorcerer." If you're noticeably better at it than a novice (as in "Curse me for a novice!"), you're a Master (or Mistress) of Mystic Arts. AFAIK.
My guess (and that's all it is) would be that it wasn't until #120 that Lee and Ditko realized that "black magic" is itself usually a synonym for "evil magic" and, obviously, Doctor Strange is one of the GOOD guys (and, after all, in #120 he ended up on TV, where billing is everything), yet calling him just plain "Master of Magic" wouldn't have sounded quite as snazzy, so hey-presto the phrase "Mystic Arts" was created. Again, that's a guess. :-)
It was during
visit that Human
Torch and the
Thing battled a
had come up out
of the sewers
and later, down
in the sewers,
they fought the
Golden Gator who
led an army of
gator men. This
Johnny Storm was
with Wyatt in
These delegations were mentioned but not shown in the flashback portion of Strange Tales III#1 so they would get (fb) - BTS listings.
Wyatt Wingfoot's arrival at and enrollment in Metro College in Fantastic Four I#50 might deserve a mention since it is the first published appearance of any member of the Keewazi tribe.
have further proof
that the Keewazi
Nation might be of
Navajo, and Keresan
Pueblo descent. The
latter have two
called "Kewa" and
therefore, stands to
reason that a Navajo
descended from Keres
women taken captive
from those Pueblos,
prisoner by male
Comanche (whom they
Everything about the Eastern Keewazi in Occupy Avengers screams PUMA. The family seen are named Fireheart like Thomas Fireheart aka. PUMA. The tribe lives in New Mexico, like PUMA's tribe. But PUMA is not Keewazi! PUMA's tribe was identified as the Kisani in Marvel Westerns: Western Legends#1 (September, 2006).
New images by Ron Fredricks.
Profile by Prime Eternal and Will U. Updates by Proto-Man (kind of) & Markus Raymond (2017-2020).
The Keewazi Indians are not to be confused with:
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Fantastic Four I#80, p18, pan2 (Wyatt Wingfoot, Silent Fox and Keewazi tribesmen attack Tomazooma robot)
Fantastic Four I#138, p6, pan5 (Keewazi tribesmen, menaced by Miracle Man)
Occupy Avengers#1, p4, pan4 (Eastern Keewazi)
Fantastic Four VI#20, p11, pan3 (with Moloids)
Fantastic Four I#80 (November, 1968) - Stan Lee (writer/editor), Jack Kirby (pencils), Joe Sinnott (inks)
Fantastic Four I#138-139 (September-October, 1973) - Gerry Conway (writer), John Buscema & Joe Sinnott (pencils), Joe Sinnott (inks), Roy Thomas (editor)
Marvel Two-In-One I#8 (March, 1975) - Steve Gerber (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Mike Esposito (inks), Len Wein (editor)
Marvel Team-Up I#32 (April, 1975) - Gerry Conway (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Vince Colletta (inks), Len Wein (editor)
Fantastic Four I#192 (March, 1978) - Len Wein & Roger Stern (writers), George Perez (pencils), Joe Sinnott (inks), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Fantastic Four I#193 (April, 1978) - Len Wein, Marv Wolfman & Bill Mantlo (writers), Keith Pollard (pencils), Joe Sinnott (inks), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Marvel Two-In-One Annual#6 (1981) - Doug Moench (writer), Ron Wilson (pencils), Gene Day (inks), David Kraft (editor)
Fantastic Four I#269-270 (August-September, 1984) - John Byrne (writer/artist), Bob Budiansky (editor)
She-Hulk: Ceremony#1-2 (1989) - Dwayne McDuffie & Robin D. Chaplik (writers), June Brigman (pencils), Stan Drake (inks), Bobbie Chase (editor)
Ka-Zar: Guns of the Savage Land (1989) - Chuck Dixon (writer), Gary Kwapisz & Thimothy Truman (pencils), Ricardo Villagran (inks)
Sensational She-Hulk I#36 (February, 1992) - John Byrne (writer/pencils), Keith Williams (inks), Renee Witterstaetter (editor)
Strange Tales III#1 (November, 1994) - Kurt Busiek (writer), Ricardo Villagran (artist), Mark McLaurin (editor)
Fantastic Four I#394 (November, 1994) - Tom DeFalco & Mike Lackey (writers), Paul Ryan (pencils), Dan Bulanadi (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Fantastic Four I#395 (December, 1994) - Tom DeFalco & Paul Ryan (writers), Paul Ryan (pencils), Dan Bulanadi (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Fantastic Four III#29 (May, 2000) - Chris Claremont (writer), Salvador Larroca (pencils), Art Thibert (inks), Bobbie Chase (editor)
Occupy Avengers#1-2 (January-February, 2017) - David F. Walker (writer), Carlos Pacheco (pencils), Rafael Fonteriz (inks), Tom Brevoort & Darren Shan (editors)
Fantastic Four VI#19 (February, 2020) - Dan Slott (writer), Sean Izaakse (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Fantastic Four VI#20 (March, 2020) - Dan Slott (writer), Paco Medina (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
First Posted: 11/13/2005
Last updated: 11/24/2023
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