Real Name: Gunther Bain (originally Angelo Unuscione)

Identity/Class: Human mutant (Italian)

Occupation: Unrevealed;
former gang leader, criminal, costumed wrestler for Superior Circus

Group Membership: None;
formerly Selene's Undead Army, leader of a Genoshan gang (Caiman, Glamour, Hub, Lightning Rod, Shocker/Randall Darby, Toad/Mortimer Toynbee, Toad-In-Waiting), Brotherhood of Evil Mutants (Blob/Fred Dukes, Lorelei, Magneto, Mastermind/Jason Wyngarde), Factor Three (Blob, Changeling, Mastermind, Vanisher)

Affiliations: Alpha, the Ultimate Mutant, Genoshan settlers (Callisto, Dark Beast, Freakshow, Hack, Hub, Shola Inkosi, Magneto, Professor X, Purge, Karima Shapandar, Wicked), House of M allies (Governor Exodus, Pyro, Vanisher, others), Maxie, Lucifer, Luna Maximoff, Quicksilver (Pietro Maximoff), Selene, X-Men (Apocalypse/En Sabah Nur, Archangel/Warren Worthington III, Banshee/Sean Cassidy, Beast/Henry McCoy, Havok/Alex Summers, M/Monet St. Croix, Polaris/Lorna Dane, Rictor/Julio Richter, Rockslide/Santo Vaccarro, Siryn/Theresa Cassidy);
formerly Mutant Master

Enemies: Annihilation and demon army, Champions (Angel/Warren Worthington III, Black Widow/Natasha Romanoff, Darkstar/Petrovna), Ghost Rider/Blaze, Hercules, Iceman/Robert Drake), Charlie and his gang, Chimere, Defenders (Doctor Strange, Hulk, Nighthawk/Richmond, Valkyrie/Brunhilde), "Excalibur" (Book/Annika, Broadband, Callisto, Freakshow/Kevin, Shola Inkosi, Magneto/Max Eisenhardt, Omega Sentinel/Karima Shapandar, Professor X/Charles Xavier, Wicked), Genoshan Magistrates, Herman and Mabel, Horsemen of Apocalypse (Death, Famine, Pestilence, War), Isca the Unbeaten, Kris Kringle, House of M enemies (A.I.M., Hulk), Inhumans (Black Bolt, Crystal, Gorgon, Karnak, Medusa), Jim, Marty, Mutant Master, Mr. Philbert, Pogg Ur-Pogg, Dr. Leonard Samson, Summoner, Summoners, X-Men (Firestar/Angelica Jones, Professor X/Charles Xavier, Warbird);
formerly Archangel (Warren Worthington III), Banshee (Sean Cassidy), Beast (Henry McCoy), Cyclops (Scott Summers), Iceman (Bobby Drake), Marvel Girl (Jean Grey), Prestige (Rachel Summers)

Known Relatives: Carmella Unuscione (alleged daughter), Jared Corbo (Radius, alleged son)

Aliases: Unus the Untouchable

Base of Operations: Krakoa;
     formerly Genosha;
     formerly various circuses, carnivals, and hideouts;
     formerly Milan, Italy (place of birth)

First Appearance: X-Men I#8 (November, 1964)

Powers/Abilities: Unus generated a field of invisible psionic energy all around his body, the energy primarily acting as a force-field. The field could deflect any object and even powerful blows or strikes of energy. The fieldcould generally be turned on and off by Unus willing it, but there have been reported times when Unus has lost control of this field, even losing the ability to allow air to pass through it. Unus could use this field to deliver focused blows, toppling even those with levels of super-human strength.

Height: 6'1"
Weight: 220 lbs.
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Black


(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Deluxe Edition I#14) - Born in Milan, Italy, Angelo Unuscione's mutant powers did not manifest until his teenage years and he immediately began using them to bully others, soon turning to crime. Unuscione immigrated to America and legally changed his name to Gunther Bain and launched a career for himself as a costumed wrestler.

(X-Men I#8 (fb) - BTS) - Spending months wrestling at a circus, Unus used his powers to repel any opponents in the ring. Unus was contacted by Mastermind, the mutant illusionist of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, wanting him to join the group.

(X-Men I#8) - Feeling disheartened with the way mutant/human relations were going, the Beast (Henry McCoy) left the X-Men and pursued a career in wrestling. He faced Unus in the ring and quickly discovered Unus couldn't be touched, though Unus was impressed by the Beast's agility. After pushing aside his trainer Maxie, Unus met with Mastermind and was told that in order to join the Brotherhood, Unus would need to defeat one of the mutant X-Men in battle. Unus stole the loot from Charlie and his gang, who'd just robbed a bank, and was then attacked by the X-Men. Having donned a costume based on his wrestling uniform, Unus successfully held off the X-Men, repelling Cyclops' optic blasts and Iceman's encasing ice, until Angel deposited Unus on a high tower. Unus climbed down and called Mastermind, stating he'd need another chance, when the Beast appeared and fired a gun at Unus that increased his powers, then the X-Men departed. Unus gloried in his increased powers until he realized that his forcefield repelled anything he needed, including a chair, cigarettes, and a steak. The X-Men returned and Unus begged them to return his powers to normal, promising to not join Magneto and return to the wrestling ring.

(X-Men I#20 (fb)) - Unus fought the Blob, an obese and immovable mutant, in the ring and the each was impressed by the other's powers. The alien Lucifer planted an idea in their minds with his machines to join forces against the X-Men.

(X-Men I#20) - The two donned X-Men uniforms and began robbing banks, giving the X-Men a bad rap. Unus wielded a baseball bat and fought off the police, repelling bullets and attackers while Blob robbed Mr. Philbert's vault. The two departed, stating they were going for the rest of their X-Men. They then robbed an armored truck while an angry crowd, including Herman and Mabel, looked on. Cyclops attacked, but the crowd turned on the X-Man, thinking him involved. Beast, Iceman, and Angel attacked, and Lucifer, from afar, made Unus immune to the Beast's gun. After a brief battle, Unus and Blob departed while the crowd turned on the X-Men.

(X-Men I#37 (fb) - BTS) - Alongside several other mutants, Unus was contacted by the Mutant Master who planned to drive the world to war, giving mutants leadership of what remained. Unus agreed to join Factor Three and watched the Mutant Master's plots develop, including his manipulation of the X-Men.

(X-Men I#37) - When the X-Men were captured by Factor Three, Unus participated in a mock trial, condemning the X-Men to death for their betrayal of mutantkind, but the X-Men soon escaped.

(X-Men I#38 - BTS) - Unus departed with Mastermind to the United States to help start a world war while Blob, Vanisher, and Changeling participated in other missions.

(X-Men I#39) - Unus and Mastermind battled Cyclops and Iceman at a missile base until the Mutant Master was revealed by Professor X, leader of the X-Men, to be an alien entity with no loyalties to mutants. Factor Three helped the X-Men and Banshee defeat the Mutant Master, then departed, Unus triggering their base to explode before they left.

(Thunderbolts I#33 (fb)) – Unus and the other members of Factor Three scolded the Ogre, one of their human agents, for his failure in a mission. Ogre was ordered to wait at Mt. Charteris, their Colorado mountain base, until their return.

(X-Men I#59-60) - Unus and many other mutants were held captive by the mutant-hunting Sentinels until the Sentinels were defeated by the X-Men.

(Avengers I#103 (fb) - BTS) - Judge Chalmers and Larry Trask released the captive mutants from their holding cells, and the villains parted ways, Unus joining with Blog and Mastermind.

(X-Men: the Hidden Years I#11 (fb)) – Unus and his allies, Mastermind and the Blob, agreed to purchase the captured Angel from Kruger, a mutant who ran a freak show and who had the power to cancel other mutants’ powers. Mastermind paid Kruger in money that was only an illusion.

(X-Men: the Hidden Years I#11) – Kruger contacted Unus and his allies to inform them that he had captured three more X-Men.

(X-Men: the Hidden Years I#12) – Unus and Mastermind ‘paid’ for the three captives -- Cyclops, Marvel Girl, and Candy Southern -- who was dressed in one of Marvel Girl’s old costumes and who briefly evaded capture.

(X-Men: the Hidden Years I#13) – Getting revenge on the X-Men, Mastermind made them believe they were fighting a circus full of killer clowns and animals while Unus and Blob batted the heroes around at their leisure.

(X-Men: the Hidden Years I#14) – Unus and his allies lost their powers when Kruger approached, angry about the fake money, and cancelled their powers. Unus was distraught when Kruger’s freaks grabbed him. Unus was knocked unconscious, but soon escaped.

(Amazing Adventures II#12) – Unus, Mastermind, and Blob began calling themselves the new Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. They sought to manipulate a new mutant, the furry and feral Beast, into joining them, not realizing that the Beast was actually the X-Men’s Beast, mutated into a new form. Mastermind used his powers to make the Beast believe he’d killed the armored Iron Man in battle.

(Amazing Adventures II#13) – The Brotherhood briefly battled the maddened Beast before they calmed him and petitioned him to join them. They returned to the carnival they were using as a hideout briefly. They then manipulated the Beast into helping them steal the Rahmur diamond, the world’s largest diamond, which Mastermind would use his illusions to sell repeatedly, making large sums of money. Unus argued briefly with Mastermind over the ineffectiveness of this plan. Unus and Blob used their powers to propel the Beast between them and upward, allowing him to “squirt up like soap out of a fist.” After stealing the diamond, the Beast second-guessed his actions, and Mastermind had to use his illusions to shock the Beast out of it, as well as frightening away Jim and other attacking humans. Back at the carnival, the Beast finally turned against them, using Unus and Blob’s repelling fields against each other. Beast locked them in a cage and the two repelled each other until they were both unconscious. The Beast then defeated Mastermind and departed.

(Thunderbolts I#33 (fb)) – Unus, Blob, and Mastermind met the Vanisher at Mt. Charteris and discussed their mission against the Beast. They were able to gain information on mutants from Xavier’s mutant-tracking Cerebro. They recruited one mutant, Humus Sapiens, and left him in the care of the Ogre.

(Captain America I#174) -  Unus was held captive alongside other mutants by the Secret Empire, who used their mutant energies, until the mutants were rescued by Captain America.

(Defenders I#15 (fb)) - Magneto recruited Unus, Blob, and Mastermind into his new Brotherhood alongside the songstress Lorelei. They relocated to a cave where Magneto was scientifically developing Alpha, the Ultimate Mutant.

(Defenders I#15) - Magneto captured Professor X and the Defenders (Doctor Strange, Hulk, Nighthawk, Valkyrie) until they broke free. Unus fought the Valkyrie until she threw him into the Hulk and Unus was knocked out. Meanwhile, Alpha woke up.

(Defenders I#16) - Magneto instructed Alpha to teleport the Brotherhood away to the United Nations, leaving the heroes behind. The Brotherhood forced their way inside and Magneto demanded the world be turned over to mutants, using Alpha to demonstrate their true power. The Defenders and Professor X attacked again and Alpha, who was quickly evolving, briefly battled them until he determined to weigh both sides to determine who was truly evil. Deciding that was Magneto's side, Alpha reversed the entire Brotherhood, including Unus, to infancy, then departed for space.

(X-Men I#104) - The Brotherhood babies were taken to Muir Island and kept under the care of Moira MacTaggert, a human ally of Xavier's.

(Champions I#17 (fb)) - When Eric the Red used a ray to change Magneto into an adult again, the ray also transformed Unus, Blob, and Lorelei into their adult states. The three of them were soon found by a Sentinel which had been commandeered by the Vanisher. They put together a plot to capture the X-Men by having the Sentinels attack Blob, Unus, and Lorelei in front of the Champions, whose members included Angel and Iceman. Vanisher hoped this plot would lead them to the X-Men, allowing them to get revenge.

(Champions I#17) - With the Sentinels negating their powers in order to appear more convincing, the three allies burst in on the Black Widow and Hercules, members of the Champions, and begged for help in defeating the robots. Soon other Champions members arrived, including Angel, Iceman, Darkstar, and Ghost Rider, and battled the robots. The heroes soon didn't believe the villains' pleas, and the Vanisher revealed himself, wielding a powerful ray gun. Darkstar, however, destroyed one of the Sentinels with her powers and the robot collapsed, knocking Unus, Blob, and Lorelei unconscious as they were still sans powers. Vanisher soon disappeared.

(Marvel Holiday Special#1/1) - Unus the Untouchable, the Blob, the Toad, and Mastermind, having formed a new Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, were also present at Rockefeller Center. They had likewise detected the presence of the worldÂ’s most powerful mutant. A skirmish occurred between the Brotherhood and the X-Men, which ended when the Brotherhood disappeared, replaced by toys in the shape of the Brotherhood members. A man in a Santa Claus suit who identified himself as "Kris Kringle" then apparently teleported the X-Men away with no memory of the incident to several blocks away, where they made their rendezvous. The X-Men were astounded that, despite weather predictions, it started to snow-- the first white Christmas in New York in years.

(Hulk Annual I#11/2 (fb) - BTS) - Unus agreed to appear at a local lecture titled "The Alienated Mutant in Our Society" in chains on a day pass from jail.

(Hulk Annual I#11/2) - As soon as he arrived at the lecture, Unus used his powers to burst free from the chains and moved to rob some banks. The gamma-powered Dr. Leonard Samson attacked and was repelled by Unus's field until he started lobbing Unus, field and all, up into the air repeatedly. Unus, getting airsick, lowered his field and Samson caught him and returned him to prison.

(Power Man and Iron Fist I#90) - Unus decided to stick to holding up small businesses, so as to avoid heroes. He held up Marty's lunch counter and Pops' candy store, successfully repelling any concerned citizens, before heroes for hire Power Man and Iron Fist tried to take him down. Unus subdued the heroes, mostly by letting them strike his field, before fleeing in the sewers. After counting his cash in his slummy apartment, Unus contemplated going straight, but moved to hold up the Gem Theater instead. Power Man and Iron Fist attacked anew, and Unus was shaken by the Fist's iron fist. Power Man finally threw Unus up in the air, field and all, until Unus released his field to come down. Before he could land, however, Iron Fist knocked him unconscious with a blow.

(Marvel Fanfare I#7 (fb)) - Unus's powers began to fade and his forcefield began expanding while his control over it waned. He went to Blob, who ran a small fair, for help and Blob put Unus in a tent that was held up by Unus's field. Since Blob's powers allowed him to push against Unus's field, Blob was the only company Unus could keep, and soon Blob had to start feeding Unus, using maximum effort to get the food close to Unus's mouth. Unus began fearing that air would be repelled from  his field so Blob, calling himself Unus's best friend, vowed to get a hero to help him.

(Marvel Fanfare I#7) - Blob fed Unus again, and Unus thanked him. Later, Unus was surprised when Blob came barelling through his tent, on the receiving end of a hit from the Hulk who was visiting the fair, and Unus held the Hulk off with his field. The Hulk leaped away with the Blob in tow, and Unus followed, despite the fact that his field was more out of control than ever, repelling the very air and terrain around him. The Hulk hit Unus's field with a mighty blow and leapt away. Unus was surprised when his field shorted out from the blow, allowing him to breathe, and he aided the Blob, who was delirious from the battle.

(Peter Parker: Spider-Man I#91 (fb)) – Unus’s powers grew more out of control than before and he took refuge at a carnival, his power inflating a big top and preventing anyone from entering. Unus went several days without food and found it hard to breathe.

(Peter Parker: Spider-Man I#91) – Blob came back and found Unus in dire straights. They briefly discussed their friendship before Unus collapsed from lack of oxygen, seemingly dead, which led Blob on a mournful rampage through the city.

(Alpha Flight II#10 - BTS) - Jared Corbo, Radius of Alpha Flight, opened a file that stated Unus was his biological father.

(X-Men I#132) - Quicksilver found Unus raving madly in Genosha, which had been razed by Sentinels who had wiped out millions of mutants. He directed them toward Polaris, who had been driven mad by the seeming ghosts of Genosha.

(Excalibur III#2) – Freakshow vomited Unus up and Unus vowed revenge. He returned to his gang and enticed them all to strike his field, reveling in his powers.

(Excalibur III#3) – One of Unus’s gang members, Hack, left with another mutant, Hub, to retrieve two captives from the Genoshan Magistrates, the island’s former peace-keeping force. The Magistrates followed them back, ready for war.

(Excalibur III#4) – Unus, his gang, and other mutants fought the Magistrates until one of their former captives, Karima Shapandar, defeated the Magistrates herself. Unus later demanded that he be allowed to see the Magistrates punished, but Xavier said he would do it himself.

(Excalibur III#6 (fb) – BTS) – Unus, seeking revenge on Freakshow, Xavier, and the others, and seeking total control of Genosha, made a deal with looters Appraiser and Stripmine, who used a group of trolls and nannites to subdue their captives. The looters agreed to infiltrate Genosha and rob everyone but Unus’s gang.

(Excalibur III#5 – BTS) – The looters attacked, capturing Xavier, Callisto, Shola Inkosi, Wicked, Karima Shapandar, and Magneto, though no one, including Unus, was sure of Magneto’s true identity.

(Excalibur III#6) – While Xavier and his allies were being held under control by nannites, Unus revealed his involvement while the trolls started looting the island and attempting to capture Freakshow. When Shola broke free from the nannites, he attacked Unus, and the two viciously battled until Shola used his telekinetics to defeat Unus’s field. The Dark Beast then attacked Shola.

(Excalibur III#7 - BTS) – Feeling things had gotten out of control, Unus went into hiding and let the situation resolve itself.

(Excalibur III#8) – Unus continued to grow more annoyed with the actions of various mutants on the island, primarily Shola. When Xavier asked Unus and his gang to aid him in rebuilding Unus’s government, Unus stated that he would only do it if Xavier let Unus lead the country. He then reflected to his gang that he would either pick up the spoils when Xavier failed, or take the country from Xavier regardless.

(Excalibur III#9) – The recovered Prime Sentinel, Karima Shapandar, demanded that Unus loan her Hub to recover Xavier. Unus refused, but Karima convinced Hub to help privately.

(Incredible Hulk III#83-84) - When the reality-warping Scarlet Witch altered reality to the "House of M" reality, Unus was a commanding officer under Exodus, governor of Australia, fighting against A.I.M., a human resistance movement. Unus led his soldiers, including Pyro and Vanisher, and successfully repelled A.I.M. until the Hulk attacked and defeated them. Reality was soon reordered back to Earth-616.

(Son of M#5 (fb) - BTS) - After the events of  M-Day, during which most of the world's mutants were left powerless, Unus, sans powers, remained on Genosha biding his time.

(Son of M#5) - Quicksilver, son of Magneto, came to Genosha with his daughter, Luna, and a canister of the Inhumans' Terrigen Mists, ancient gasses that gave the Inhumans their super-human abilities. Quicksilver offered to restore any mutant's powers and Unus took him up on the offer. Several other mutants did as well and their powers went awry. Later, the Inhumans attacked, attempting to retrieve their mists.

(Son of M#6) - Karnak of the Inhumans worked to shatter Unus's field to no avail, but Unus collapsed when his power began malfunctioning. His field shut off all light, sound, oxygen, and even mental waves and Unus soon died from lack of oxygen.

(X-Force III#22 - BTS) - When Selene, the Black Queen, raised the dead of Genosha to be in her army, Unus the Untouchable was among them.

(Spider-Man and the X-Men#1) - When Unus the Untouchable attacked the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning with the intention of destroying the X-Men, he was opposed by school faculty, including Storm, Angel, Beast, Firestar, Warbird, Marvel Girl, and Iceman. He was easily subdued by Spider-Man's webs covering his force field.


(X-Men V#12 - BTS) - Unus was one of the many mutants who accepted the invitation to live on the sovereign mutant island nation of Krakoa, ruled by the Quiet Council.

(X-Men V#12) - Unus and Banshee were chosen by Apocalypse to escort his grandson Summoner from Otherworld to Arakko while he would marshal the might of Krakoa to rescue Arakko. The mutants, however, were unaware Summoner planned to turn on them.

(X of Swords: Creation (fb)) - Unus and Banshee escorted Summoner through the External Gate into Otherworld where they saw the Starlight Citadel in the sky. The threesome was "welcomed" by the Horsemen of Apocalypse and Annihilation's demon army when Summoner betrayed them. Unus and Banshee were then attacked and easily overwhelmed by the Horsemen and demon army.

(X of Swords: Creation - BTS) - While Unus was kept as a prisoner, Summoner returned to Krakoa with the unconscious Banshee and successfully convinced they were attacked by Annihilation's army as to lead Apocalypse into a trap. This lead Apocalypse to assemble to assemble a team of volunteers to go and rescue Arakko.

(X of Swords: Creation) - Unus was strung up by the demon army just as Apocalypse's strike team of Krakoa's finest (Archangel, Beast, Havok, M, Polaris, Rictor, Rockslide, Siryn) and Summoner appeared. Apocalypse fell into Summoner's trap as he was attacked by his children, the Horsemen. As a full blown battle erupted between both sides the heroes managed to rescue Unus and returned to Krakoa. The battle was eventually halted by Omniversal Majestrix Saturnyne who coerced Arakko and Krakoa to participate in a cross-dimensional tournament.

(X-Factor IV#4) - Unus and the strike team returned to Krakoa, the battle resulted in the death of Rockslide and severely injured Rictor and Apocalypse. Unus and the others were shocked when the External gate was suddenly shut tight by Saturnyne.

(X of Swords: Destruction) - Unus was one of the many mutants who helped Jean Grey and Cyclops with a large scale attack on Arakko to save their friends from Saturnyne's cross-dimensional tournament. Unus presumably agreed to exact his revenge on the Horsemen and demon army. Together, Krakoa's mutantdom steered victorious.

(X-Factor IV#4) - Unus returned to Krakoa after the disastrous mission in Otherworld.

Comments: Created by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Chic Stone.

Unus has entries in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe I#11, the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition#14, the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition and the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z#12 (2006).

Unus the Untouchable also appeared in a short story Sholly Fisch called X-Men Legends. This story took place between Uncanny X-Men#153 and 154. Unus and the Blob robbed a circus where some of Nightcrawler's friends worked, so he and Sprite defeated them.
--Per Degaton

Profile by Chadman.

Unus the Untouchable has no known connections to


(X-Men I#8) - Maxie acted as trainer to Unus the Untouchable, and asked Unus about his success rate after Unus finished a match with the Beast. Unus quickly silenced Maxie, moving on to business.

--X-Men I#8


(X-Men I#8) - Charlie and his partners robbed a bank only to have their loot stolen by Unus the Untouchable. Charlie's partners fired guns at Unus, but the bullets repelled and almost struck Charlie and his gang. They fled.

--X-Men I#8

Mr. Philbert

(X-Men I#20) - Mr. Philbert was held up by the Blob and Unus posing as X-Men. They threatened him unless he opened the vault, but Philbert informed them it was a timed-lock. The Blob dropped Philbert and ripped the vault open himself.

--X-Men I#20

Herman and Mabel

(X-Men I#20) - Herman and Mabel watched from the crowd as Unus and Blob, dressed as X-Men, robbed an armored truck. They reflected that they should have run mutants out of town long ago.

--X-Men I#20


(Amazing Adventures II#13) - Jim and his friends saw Unus, Mastermind, Blob, and Beast committing a criminal act and moved to attack them until an illusion of a large monster frightened them away.

--Amazing Adventures II#13


(Power Man and Iron Fist I#90) - Marty was working at a Times Square lunch counter when Unus the Untouchable, wielding a baseball bat, held it up. After Unus's forcefield successfully repelled a bullet and two strong men, Marty gave Unus all his drawer's cash, no argument.

--Power Man and Iron Fist I#90

Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z#12, Unus entry (main image)
X-Men I#39, p11, pan2 (attacking the Mutant-Master)
Defenders I#16, p18, pan7 (converted into a baby)
Power Man and Iron Fist I#90, cover (facing Power-Man and Iron Fist)
Incredible Hulk III#83, 9, pan4 (House of M)
X of Swords: Creation, p36, pan3 (captured by Annihilation's army)
X-Men I#8, p10, pan1 (Maxie)
X-Men I#8, p11, pan2 (Charlie)
X-Men I#20, p1, pan1 (Mr. Philbert)
X-Men I#20, p7, pan5 (Herman and Mabel)
Amazing Adventures II#13, p13, pan1 (Jim)
Power Man and Iron Fist I#90, p3, pan4 (Marty)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition#14 (ohotmu)

X-Men I#8 (November, 1964) - Stan Lee (writer/editor), Jack Kirby (penciler), Chic Stone (inker)
X-Men I#20 (May, 1966) - Roy Thomas (writer), Jay Gavin (alternate name for Werner Roth) (penciler), Dick Ayers (inker), Stan Lee (editor)
X-Men I#37 (October, 1967) - Roy Thomas (writer), Ross Andru (penciler), Don Heck (inker), Stan Lee (editor)
X-Men I#38 (November, 1967) - Roy Thomas (writer), Don Heck (penciler), George Roussos (inker), Stan Lee (editor)
X-Men I#39 (December, 1967) - Roy Thomas (writer), Don Heck (penciler), Vince Colletta (inker), Stan Lee (editor)
X-Men I#59 (August, 1969) - Roy Thomas (writer), Neal Adams (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Stan Lee (editor)
X-Men I#60 (September, 1969) - Roy Thomas (writer), Neal Adams (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Stan Lee (editor)
Amazing Adventures II#12 (May, 1972) - Steve Englehart (writer), Tom Sutton (penciler), Mike Ploog (inker), Stan Lee (editor)
Amazing Adventures II#13 (June, 1972) - Steve Englehart (writer), Tom Sutton (penciler), Mike Ploog (inker), Stan Lee (editor)
Avengers I#103 (September, 1972) - Roy Thomas (writer), Rich Buckler (penciler), Joe Sinnott (inker), Roy Thomas (editor)
Captain America I#174 (June, 1974) - Steve Englehart (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Vince Colletta (inker), Roy Thomas (editor)
Defenders I#15 (September, 1974) - Len Wein (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler); Klaus Janson (inker); Roy Thomas (editor)
Defenders I#16 (October, 1974) - Len Wein (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Mike Esposito (inker), Roy Thomas (editor)
X-Men I#104 (April, 1977) - Chris Claremont (writer), Dave Cockrum (penciler), Sam Grainger (inker), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Champions I#17 (January, 1978) - Bill Mantlo (writer), George Tuska (penciler), John Byrne (inker), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Hulk Annual I#11/2 (1982) - Mary Jo Duffy (writer), Frank Miller (penciler), Steve Mitchell (inker), Allen Milgrom (editor)
Power Man and Iron Fist I#90 (February, 1983) - Kurt Busiek (writer), Denys Cowan (penciler), Mel Candido (inker), Dennis O'Neil (editor)
Marvel Fanfare I#7 (March, 1983) - Steven Grant (writer), Joe Barney (penciler), George Freeman (inker), Allen Milgrom (editor)
Spectacular Spider-Man I#91 (June, 1984) - Al Milgrom (writer/penciler), Jim Mooney (inker), Tom Defalco (editor)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Deluxe Edition I#14 (January, 1987) - Mark Gruenwald & Peter Sanderson (writers), Jim Shooter (editor)
Marvel Holiday Special#1(December, 1991) - Scott Lobdell (writer), Dave Cockrum (pencils), Joe Rubinstein (inks)
Alpha Flight II#10 (May, 1998) - Steven Seagle (writer), Anthony Winn (penciler), Aaron Sowd (inker), Jaye Gardner (editor)
Thunderbolts I#33 (December, 1999) - Kurt Busiek (writer), Mark Bagley (penciler), Scott Hanna (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
X-Men: the Hidden Years I#11 (October, 2000) - John Byrne (writer/penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Jason Liebig (editor)
X-Men: the Hidden Years I#12 (November, 2000) - John Byrne (writer/penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Jason Liebig (editor)
X-Men: the Hidden Years I#13 (December, 2000) - John Byrne (writer/penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Jason Liebig (editor)
X-Men: the Hidden Years I#14 (January, 2001) - John Byrne (writer/penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Jason Liebig (editor)
X-Men II#132 (November, 2002) - Grant Morrison (writer), Phil Jimenez (penciler), Andy Lanning (inker), Mike Marts (editor)
Excalibur III#2 (August, 2004) - Chris Claremont (writer), Aaron Lopresti (pencils), Greg Adams (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
Excalibur III#3 (September, 2004) - Chris Claremont (writer), Aaron Lopresti (pencils), Greg Adams & Andrew Pepoy (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
Excalibur III#4 (October, 2004) - Chris Claremont (writer), Aaron Lopresti (pencils), Greg Adams (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
Excalibur III#5 (November, 2004) - Chris Claremont (writer), Aaron Lopresti (pencils), Greg Adams (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
Excalibur III#6 (December, 2004) - Chris Claremont (writer), Aaron Lopresti (pencils), Greg Adams (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
Excalibur III#7 (January, 2005) - Chris Claremont (writer), Aaron Lopresti (pencils), Greg Adams (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
Excalibur III#8 (February, 2005) - Chris Claremont (writer), Aaron Lopresti (pencils), Greg Adams (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
Excalibur III#9 (March, 2005) - Chris Claremont (writer), Aaron Lopresti (pencils), Greg Adams & Sean Parsons (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
Incredible Hulk III#83 (September, 2005) - Peter David (writer), Jorge Lucas (penciler/inker), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Incredible Hulk III#84 (October, 2005) - Peter David (writer), Jorge Lucas (penciler/inker), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Son of M#5 (June, 2006) - David Hine (writer), Roy Allan Martinez (penciler/inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Son of M#6 (July, 2006) - David Hine (writer), Roy Allan Martinez (penciler/inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
X-Force III#22 (February, 2010) - Craig Kyle, Chris Yost (writers), Clayton Crain (penciler/inker), Jeanine Schaefer (editor)
Spider-Man and the X-Men#1 (February, 2015) - Elliot Kalan (writer), Marco Failla (artist), Katie Kubert (editor)
X-Men V#12 (September, 2020) - Jonathan Hickman (writer), Leinil Francis Yu (pencils, inks), Jordan D. White, Annalise Bissa (editors)
X of Swords: Creation (September, 2020) - Jonathan Hickman, Tini Howard (writers), Pepe Larraz (pencils, inks), Jordan D. White, Annalise Bissa (editors)
X-Factor IV#4 (September, 2020) - Leah Williams (writer), Carlos Gomez (pencils, inks), Jordan D. White, Annalise Bissa (editors)
X of Swords: Destruction (November, 2020) - Jonathan Hickman, Tini Howard (writers), Pepe Larraz (pencils, inks), Jordan D. White, Annalise Bissa (editors)
X-Factor IV#4 (December, 2020) - Leah Williams (writer), Carlos Gomez (artist), Jordan White (editor)

First Posted: 10/01/2006
Last Updated: 08/10/2021

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