Real Name: Edward Lavell

Identity/Class: Human technology user

Occupation: Criminal

Group Membership: New Enforcers (Blitz, Tangle, Thermite);
formerly West Coast Masters of Evil (Derek Bishop, Eleanor Bishop, Graviton, Lady Bullseye, Madame Masque, M.O.D.O.K., Satana);
Army of Evil (Baron Zemo (Helmut Zemo), Dr. Faustus, others), Serpent Solutions (Anaconda, Asp, Black Racer, Boomslang, Bushmaster, Coachwhip, Copperhead, Cottonmouth, Death Adder, Diamondback/Rachel Leighton, Fer-de-Lance, King Cobra, Princess Python, Puff Adder, Rattler, Rock Python, Sidewinder/Gregory Bryan, Viper/Jordan Stryke); Serpent Squad (King Cobra/Piet Vorhees, Sin/Sinthea Shmidt, Viper/Leon Murtaugh), Maggia (T.B. Smithson, Shigeru Ichihara, Madame Masque (just another clone), Caesar Cicero, and Pierre Fresson/Cyclone), Thunderbolts army (Ajaxis, Aqueduct, Batroc the Leaper, Beetles (3 in new armor), Blacklash (new), Bloodstrike, Boomerang, Bushmaster, Coronary, Dr. Octopus, Ironclad, Killer Shrike, King-Cobra, Mongoose, Over-Mind, Ox/Ronald Bloch, Porcupine, Pretty Persuasions, Quicksand, Rattler, Red Ronin, Slyde/Jalome Beacher, Smiling Tiger, Tatterdemalion, Texas Twister, Unicorn/Milos Masaryk, Vapor, Vector, Vermin, Whiplash (new), Whirlwind/David Cannon, X-Ray), Crimson Cowl's Masters of Evil (Aqueduct, Bison, Blackwing, Boomerang, Cardinal, Constrictor, Crimson Cowl/Justine Hammer, Cyclone/Pierre Fresson, Dragonfly/Veronica Dultry, Flying Tiger, Icemaster, Joystick, Klaw, Lodestone, Man-Ape, Man-Killer, Quicksand, Scorcher, Shatterfist, Shockwave, Slyde, Sunstroke, Supercharger, Tiger Shark), Enforcers (Fancy Dan, Hammer Harrison, Montana, Ox/Ronald Bloch), New Enforcers (Blitz, Controller, Dragon Man, Dreadnought, Fixer/Norbert Ebersol, Madame Menace, Mentallo, Mr. Fear/Alan Fagan, Plantman, "Super-Adaptoid", Tangle, Thermite, Vanisher)

Affiliations: Advanced Idea Mechanics, Arcade, Black Lodge (Surgeon General, others), Boomerang, Caesar Cicero, Constrictor, Crimson Dynamo, Crossbones, Crossfire, Deadly Nightshade, Discus, Dr. Doom, Dragon Man, Dreadnaughts, Flying Tiger, Goblin King (Phil Urich), Goldbug, Grim Reaper, Hobgoblin, the Hood (Parker Robbins), Hydra Queen (Grace), Inner Demons, King Cobra, Lady Octopus, Land-Sharks, Life Foundation, Mad Dog, Maggia, Man Mountain Marko, Mentallo, Mr. Negative, Puff Adder, Red Skull (Johann Shmidt), Scorcher, Scorpion (Mac Gargan), Shocker (Herman Schultz), Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Spider-Slayer Mark 20, Stiletto, Stilt-Man, Thunderball, Thunderbolts (Atlas/Erik Josten, Baron Helmut Zemo, Blizzard/Don Gill, Fixer/Norbert Ebersol, Joystick, MACH-IV, Radioactive Man, Smuggler/Conrad Josten, Songbird, Swordsman/Andreas Strucker), Tinkerer, Trapster, Lucia von Bardas, Vanisher
formerly Hammerhead

Enemies: Absorbing Man (Carl Creel), Avengers (Goliath/Hank Pym, Iron Man/Tony Stark, Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff, She-Hulk/Jen Walters, Triathlon, Vision, Warbird/Carol Danvers, Wasp/Janet Van Dyne), Avengers (Captain America/Sam Wilson, Iron Man/Tony Stark, Ms. Marvel/Kamala Kahn, Nova/Sam Alexander, Spider-Man/Miles Morales, Thor/Jane Foster, Vision), Avengers Unity Squad (Cable, Captain America/Steve Rogers, Deadpool, Dr. Voodoo, Human Torch/Johnny Storm, Quicksilver, Rogue, Synapse), Black Cat (Felicia Hardy), Blood Rose (Richard Fisk), Captain America (Steve Rogers), Captain America (James Barnes), Carmelo, Sharon Carter, Daredevil (Matt Murdock), D-Man (Dennis Dunphy), Diamondback, Electro (Maxwell Dillon), Falcon (Joaquin Torres), Fantastic Four (Human Torch/Johnny Storm, Invisible Woman, Mister Fantastic, Ms. Marvel/Sharon Ventura, Thing), Nick Fury LMD, Hammerhead, Hawkeye (Clint Barton), Iron Fist (Daniel Rand), Joey, Misty Knight, Kobik, Marvel Boy (Noh-Varr), Mister Hyde, Moon Knight (Marc Spector), Angela Parish, Phil, Power Man (Luke Cage), Punisher, Sal, SHIELD, Spider-Man (Parker), Thunderbolts (Atlas/Erik Josten, Charcoal, Hawkeye/Clint Barton, Jolt, Moonstone/Karla Sofen, Songbird), Titania (Mary MacPherran), Toad, Venom (Dylan Brock), Lucia von Bardas, Vito, Ramone Watts, West Coast Avengers (Hawkeye/Kate Bishop, Hawkeye/Clint Barton, Fuse, Ms. America, Gwenpool, Kid Omega), Louis Wilson

Known Relatives: None known

Aliases: "Snake" Marston

Base of Operations: Mobile

First Appearance: Power Man and Iron Fist#92 (April, 1983)

Powers/Abilities: Edward Lavell is a skilled contortionist. The Eel suit he dons has been upgraded several times allowing him greater control and greater power. His costume contains devices that generate large quantities of electricity, and natural insulation to protect himself from said electricity. He can fire electrical bolts, generate bright lights, form electrical fields around himself that will protect him from danger and warn him of impeding attacks, maintain an electric current that knocks out or shocks anyone that touches him, and set up outward electric fields to do the same. Eel coats his costume with a silicon grease that makes him slippery. Eel can naturally swim through water.

History: (Power Man and Iron Fist#92 (fb) - BTS) - Under unknown circumstances, Edward Lavell obtained the armor of the original Eel, Leopold Stryke, who was deceased.

(Power Man and Iron Fist#92) - Eel and Man-Mountain Marko teamed up to free Hammerhead from his prison transport van in upstate New York. A silent helicopter deposited them on the van top, where they found Power Man and Iron Fist. Eel dodged Iron Fist's kicks and Iron Fist dodged Eel's. Eel tried sending an electric current through the van, but only succeeded in shocking Marko. Power Man cornered Eel and knocked him out, and Eel was soon arrested.

(Power Man and Iron Fist#110) - Deadly Nightshade hired Marko and Eel and mesmerized Stiletto and Discus into aiding her in robbing a debutante ball. Eel set an electric field around the building that would knock anyone who tried to leave unconscious. While they raided the party, Eel demonstrated his power's new capabilities, his electric bursts capable of hurting Power Man now, also using an electric forcefield around himself, which would allow him to detect incoming attacks. After trading blows with Iron Fist, he was knocked aside by Marko's thrown unconscious form. When Stiletto shook off his mesmerization, he threw a knife at Eel that overloaded his system. Eel switched to a secondary system, but not before Iron Fist knocked him out.

(Fantastic Four I#335) - Influenced by a mood stabilizer designed by Dr. Doom, Eel attacked a courthouse where the Fantastic Four (Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Invisible Woman, Mister Fantastic, Ms. Marvel (Sharon Ventura), Thing) were at a trial about the Super-Hero Registration Act. He rushed the heroes at the same time as Thunderball, Mad Dog, and Vanisher. Eel fired a blast at Mister Fantastic and knocked out Human Torch, but was soon short-circuited by a water hose wielded by Mister Fantastic. He was soon arrested.

(Avengers Spotlight#29/2) - Eel was transported to the Vault alongside many other villains.

(Marvel Collectors Edition#1) - Spider-Man ran across Eel as the villain was attempting to rob a jewelry store in the middle of the night. Though Spider-Man's webbing had little effect on the Eel, he finally caught him by knocking him into a giant web the hero had created high above the ground. Spider-Man told Eel that while the webbing didn't stick to him, the webbing also only lasted an hour, and would soon dissolve. With no choice, Eel removed his slippery costume, and Spider-Man handed him over to the authorities.

(Web of Spider-Man#99) - As part of the New Enforcers team, Eel, with his electric powers enhanced for greater control and stronger forcefields, and new teammate Blitz were sent to destroy any evidence in the Foreigner's office of the new team. There, they attacked Spider-Man, who quickly maneuvered Blitz into Eel's electric field. Soon teammates Dragon Man, Vanisher, Super-Adaptoid, and Dreadnaught attacked.

(Web of Spider-Man#100) - Vanisher teleported Eel and Blitz back home while the others fought off Spider-Man. Later, joined by fellow enforcers Plantman, Tangle, and Thermite, Eel and Blitz attacked Blood Rose, making short work of their foe until Spider-Man attacked them, sporting new steel armor. He shrugged off Eel's blasts and knocked Eel out with a web-ball. The New Enforcers plans were soon derailed, though the inner-circle (Controller, Fixer, Madame Menace, Mentallo, Mr. Fear) remained free.

(Captain America I#411-414) - At the AIM Weapons Expo on Boca Caliente, Eel was among dozens of villains who watched Crossbones fight several villains on stage. When Crossbones was revealed to be Captain America in disguise, the villains rushed the stage and fought the hero and his ally Falcon.

(Daredevil I#357 (fb)) - Posing as "Snake" Marston, who was believed dead, Eel joined the Enforcers (Fancy Dan, Hammer Harrison, Montana, Ox), seeking to turn the villains into major players to his credit. Mr. Hyde tried to hire the Enforcers, but "Marston" had the team refuse. Hyde vowed revenge, but Eel decided to act first, killing a woman named Angela Parish, framing Hyde for it, and escaping through the tunnels, using his contortionist skills to do so.

(Daredevil I#356) - Daredevil followed the tunnels to the Enforcers' lair and fought the villains, knocking "Marston" aside with a nerve pinch. Eel put on his costume, defeated Daredevil, and revealed himself to his teammates.

(Daredevil I#357) - The Enforcers accepted Eel to their ranks, though they didn't know why he'd used such a ruse. Later, Eel bragged of his plans and his superiority over the Enforcers to Daredevil, not realizing the Enforcers overhead him. He knocked all four of them out, though Ox gave him a difficult time, then fled through the tunnels. Pursued by Daredevil, Eel was knocked out and delivered to the authorities for the murder.

(Thunderbolts I#25 (fb)) - Eel was recruited by the Crimson Cowl to join her Masters of Evil.

(Thunderbolts I#33 (fb)) - The Masters set up base at Mt. Charteris near Burton Canyon, Colorado.

(Thunderbolts I#24-25) - The Cowl revealed her plan to manipulate the weather systems of the world, blackmailing the world's leaders for money. The Thunderbolts (Atlas, Charcoal, Hawkeye, Jolt, Moonstone, Songbird) attacked and made short work of all 25 Masters. During the fight, Eel blasted Atlas.

(Avengers III#31) - Eel, representing the Gulf Coast based Maggia, attended a meeting alongside Maggia men T.B. Smithson, Shigeru Ichihara, Madame Masque, Caesar Cicero, and Pierre Fresson, called to New York by Grim Reaper, who sought to solidify the Maggia. As they talked, the Avengers (Goliath (Pym), Iron Man (Stark), Scarlet Witch, She-Hulk, Triathlon, Vision, Warbird, Wasp) attacked and Madame Masque summoned Dreadnaughts to defend them. Eel changed to his costume and ran for it, but was stopped by Triathlon.

(Spider-Man: Lifeline#2 (fb) - BTS) - Cesar Cicero represented Eel and Man-Mountain Marko in court, getting them free to work for him.

(Spider-Man: Lifeline#1) - At Cicero's instruction, Marko stole the Lifeline Tablet and passed it on to Eel (with a new green mask), and both returned it to Cicero just before Boomerang, working for Hammerhead, broke in and stole it after gluing Eel to the wall.

(Spider-Man: Lifeline#2) - Eel promised to retrieve the tablet, and drove off in an Eel-themed car to do so. He took down Hammerhead's guards, Joey and Sal, but was then defeated by Spider-Man.

(Spider-Man: Lifeline#3) - Two more guards, Vito and Carmelo, prepared to take Eel to Hammerhead, but Spider-Man knocked these guards aside and took Eel to the  police.

(Wolverine II#167) - Eel participated in a Bloodsport competition in Madripoor, and fought Toad in an arena-style fight. Eel lost the fight and was seemingly killed.

(Secret War#5 (fb) - BTS) - Eel was given an armor by the Tinkerer, bankrolled by Latverian Prime Minister Lucia von Bardas.

(Secret War#3) - Eel was among a group of super-villains--including Boomerang, Constrictor, Crimson Dynamo, Crossfire, Eel, Grim Reaper, Hobgoblin, King Cobra, Lady Octopus, Mentallo, Mister Fear, Scorcher, Scorpion, a Spider-Slayer, Trapster, Wizard--who ambushed Nick Fury, Captain America, Daredevil, and Spider-Man--all of whom had been involved in Nick Fury's secret war on Latveria.

(Secret War#4) - The above battle continued, even after the Fantastic Four arrived to assist the heroes. Eventually some armored chick (von Bardas) showed up and caused all of the villains' armors' energies to join together in a chain reaction that would've caused a massive explosion.

(Secret War#5) - The chain reaction was broken up by S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Daisy Johnson when she killed Lucia von Bardas by blowing her up from the inside. Eel and all the other villains survived and were taken to hospitals (and after their recovery into the next prison capable to hold them).

(Thunderbolts II#104) - Members of the Thunderbolts army, MACH-IV and three operators of his prior Beetle armors, attacked Eel and the new Porcupine in San Francisco. The operator of the oldest Beetle armor wrapped Eel up in stretchable tentacles. They were returned to Baron Zemo's interspatial headquarters, then inducted into the Thunderbolts army in Desert Flats, New Mexico, to train, their only other option being jail.

(Thunderbolts II#107) - Eel fought alongside Boomerang, Doctor Octopus, Porcupine, Quicksand, Unicorn, Whirlwind and X-Ray against dozens of humans in Chicago who had been powered by the Wellspring of Power. Eel and his allies quickly grew overwhelmed and looked to Doctor Octopus for leadership, and he ordered them to retreat.

(Thunderbolts II#108) - Eel was with many of the world's superheroes and villains who surrendered their powers to the Over-Mind, who passed them to Baron Zemo in order to balance out the Wellspring. The situation was soon resolved and the superpowers returned.

(Punisher: War Journal II#4) - Eel and Dragon Man attended together 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. 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. A brief bar-room brawl broke out during which Eel traded electric blasts with the Shocker, but it was broken up by Spider-Man. As the Punisher walked away from the bar, it blew up.

(Captain America V#28) - Eel was recruited by Sin (daughter of the Red Skull) to serve in the new Serpent Squad alongside Cobra and a new Viper. They attacked a stock market facility in Chinatown, killing everyone they came across (Eel with electric blasts). Eel fried the servers on Sin's command, then they fought their way out. They soon breached a SHIELD facility and killed the agents there. They disguised themselves in SHIELD uniforms, using holographic technology to further disguise their appearances. Sin informed them they were there to rescue Crossbones.

(Captain America V#29 (fb)) - The Serpent Squad worked their way through the SHIELD facility, killing several agents. They liberated Crossbones, who greeted Sin with a kiss, and departed.

(Captain America V#35) - Sin led the Serpent Squad in an attack on the White House, while a riot organized by the Red Skull raged outside. They broke in only to be attacked by the new Captain America (James Barnes).

(Captain America V#36) - The Serpent Squad hit Captain America with multiple power blasts, including Eel's electric discharge, but the hero soon managed to down Eel with his thrown shield. Captain America then opened fire on them and Eel was shot through the abdomen. He was later apprehended by SHIELD along with Viper and questioned about the Red Skull's plots.

(Captain America VI#8 - BTS) - Following their release or escape, the Serpent Squad were hired by the Hydra Queen (although they were unaware of the identity of their employer) to use Madbombs to cause a huge riot in New York City. They had been told that Captain America wouldn't be a threat as he had been depowered and they could use the opportunity to loot the city.

(Captain America VI#6) - Captain America (Steve Rogers) and Hawkeye located the Madbomb but before they could try to disarm it, Captain America had his super-soldier serum rendered inert and Hawkeye was stunned by a blast of electricity from the Eel. The Squad then beat down Cap, knocking him unconscious.

(Captain America VI#7) - The Serpent Squad left the defeated heroes and committed robberies across New York City whilst people rioted due to the Madbomb. The following day, another riot broke out in New York City and the Serpent Squad attacked another bank with Eel using an electrical blast against a security guard. As the Squad threatened to set off another Madbomb inside the bank unless the manager opened the safe, Captain America and Sharon Carter arrived with Cap knocking the Madbomb from Cobra's hand.

(Captain America VI#8) - As the Squad attacked the Eel was knocked out by Sharon with a fire extinguisher after failing to electrocute Captain America. He accidentally used an electrical blast against Viper when Sharon ducked it.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#700.3 (fb) - BTS) - Eel broke his leg while jumping forty feet from one of SHIELD's flying wagons. He wound up at the Black Lodge were his injuries were taken care of.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#700.3) - An orderly brought in Edvard Lavell, the Eel, on a wheelchair to join Puff Adder, Flying Tiger and Peter Parker, bandaged up beyond recognition, to watch TV at the Black Lodge. When Shocker joined them as well Peter realized that he was among supervillains when Shocker put on an updated mask created for him by the Tinkerer.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#700.4) - The Black Lodge's Surgeon General asked Eel to help take down Spider-Man. Eel joined Flying Tiger and Puff Adder in fighting the still bandaged up Spider-Man. During the fight Eel hit Spider-Man with an electrical blast. In response Spider-Man tossed Eel and his wheelchair against Puff Adder. Eel's gut wound burst open against during the fight. When Firebrand caused a massive fire at the Black Lodge Spider-Man saved Flying Tiger and Eel fromt he burning building.

(Avengers Arena#7 (fb)) - Eel attended Arcade's birthday party.

(Loki: Agent of Asgard#2 (fb) - BTS) - Eel mugged someone named Phil.

(Avengers Undercover#2) - Eel hung out at The Hole in Bagalia.

(Amazing Spider-Man III#5) - Within his base the Slide-a-way, Eel planned criminal activities with the Maggia when Black Cat and Electro arrived, attacking and thwarting their plans. Black Cat then tossed Eel’s unconscious form among Goblin King, Mr. Negative, and the Inner Demons.

(Amazing Spider-Man III#16) - Eel joined Black Cat’s gang.


(Captain America: Sam Wilson I#4) - Eel joined the Serpent Solutions, the rebranded Serpent Society, and the team apprehended Captain America (Sam Wilson), who was temporarily turned into a werewolf.

(Captain America: Sam Wilson I#5) - Serpent Solutions tried to kill Captain America, then prepared to fight him and Falcon (Joaquin Torres).

(Captain America: Sam Wilson I#6) - Serpent Solutions battled Captain America, Falcon, D-Man, Misty Knight, and Diamondback (who betrayed the team).

(Avengers Standoff: Assault on Pleasant Hill Omega#1) - Eel was contained in the Pleasant Hill prison by S.H.I.E.L.D., his identity rewritten by Kobik, the sentient Cosmic Cube, until he was liberated. The Avengers, Winter Soldier, and Avengers Unity Squad stormed Pleasant Hill, fighting the liberated villains and apprehending many of them. During the fight, Eel was punched by Captain America (Steve Rogers).

(Illuminati I#7) - Among other criminals, Eel went to a base in Hell to hear a pitch from the Hood about a new team gig, but when he proposed killing the heroes' families, Titania and Absorbing Man fought him.

(Secret Empire I#9) - Eel was kept in stasis as part of the Army of Evil assembled by Baron Helmut Zemo, given his fondest mental wishes in a reality designed by Dr. Faustus.

(West Coast Avengers III#7 (fb) - BTS) - Madame Masque formed a new West Coast Masters of Evil to fight against the West Coast Avengers, wanting to humiliate the heroes without killing them. She recruited Eel, Satana, Graviton (secretly Marvel Boy), M.O.D.O.K., Lady Bullseye, Eleanor Bishop, and Derek Bishop.

(West Coast Avengers III#4) - Eel saw the debut of the new West Coast Avengers on television.

(West Coast Avengers III#5) - Eel electrocuted Gwenpool and Kid Omega in the tunnel of love, leaving them unconscious.

(West Coast Avengers III#6) - Eel had drinks with the others, as they discussed torturing the heroes and driving them out of the city, without killing them.

(West Coast Avengers III#7) - Satana was attacking the heroes with a hellfire monster when Graviton revealed himself as Marvel Boy and turned the fight against the villains. Kate disrupted the sonics that blocked the West Coast Avengers' powers and the heroes attacked, but M.O.D.O.K. soon teleported them away. The team gathered, argued about strategies, and welcomed the actual Graviton to their roster, as well as Derek Bishop.

(Moon Knight IX#23) - The Life Foundation hired the New Enforcers (Blitz, Thermite, Tangle, Eel) to kidnap Venom (Dylan Brock), who ran to the Midnight Mission and Moon Knight for help. The Enforcers rushed into the Mission, which turned out to be the haunted House of Shadows, and Moon Knight and Venom systematically defeated them.

Comments: Created by Kurt Busiek, Denys Cowan, and Mel Candido.

Amazing Spider-Man I#700.3-4 can easily be placed after Captain America V#36 because the story mentions Eel getting shot in the gut by Captain America and escaping SHIELD.

Eel had an entry in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition#4 and Master Edition#2.

Thanks to Markus Raymond for adding the Secret War issues. Thanks to Madison Carter for adding Charleston Chew's Marvel Collectors Edition#1 and Eel's Punisher: War Journal appearance.

Profile by Chadman.

Eel is the successor of:

But he has no known connections to:

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Daredevil I#356, p22, pan1 (main image)
Avengers III#31, p14, pan4 (head)
Web of Spider-Man#99, cover (VS Spider-Man)
Daredevil I#356, p17, pan2 (as Snake Marston)

Power Man and Iron Fist#92 (April, 1983) - Kurt Busiek (writer), Denys Cowan (penciler), Mel Candido (inker), Denny O'Neil (editor)
Power Man and Iron Fist#110 (October, 1984) - Tony Isabella (writer), Greg LaRocque (penciler), Jerry Acerno (inker), Denny O'Neil (editor)
Fantastic Four I#335 (October, 1989) - Walter Simonson (writer), Rich Buckler (penciler), Romeo Tanghal (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Avengers Spotlight#29/2 (February, 1990) - Dwayne McDuffie (writer), Dwayne Turner (penciler), Chris Ivy (inker), Greg Wright and Mark Gruenwald (editors)
Marvel Collectors Edition#1 (1992) - Tony Isabella (writer), Alan Kupperberg (artist), Glenn Herdling (editor)
Web of Spider-Man#99-100 (April-May, 1993) - Terry Kavanagh (writer), Alex Saviuk (penciler), Joe Rubinstein (inker), Rob Tokar (editor)
Daredevil I#356 (September, 1996) - Karl Kesel (writer), Sal Buscema, Cary Nord, Rick Leonardi (pencilers), Matt Ryan (inker), James Felder (editor)
Daredevil I#357 (October, 1996) - Karl Kesel (writer), Cary Nord (penciler), Matt Ryan (inker), James Felder (editor)
Thunderbolts I#24-25 (March-April, 1999) - Kurt Busiek (writer), Mark Bagley (penciler), Scott Hanna (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Thunderbolts I#33 (December, 1999) - Kurt Busiek (writer), Mark Bagley (penciler), Scott Hanna (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers III#31 (August, 2000) - Kurt Busiek (writer), George Perez (penciler), Al Vey (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Spider-Man: Lifeline#1-3 (April-June, 2001) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Steve Rude (penciler), Bob Wiacek (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Wolverine II#167 (October, 2001) - Frank Tieri (writer), Dan Fraga (penciler), Norm Rapmund (inker), Mike Marts (editor)
Secret War#3 (October, 2004) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Gabrielle Dell'Otto (artist), Andy Schmidt (editor)
Secret War#4 (May, 2005) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Gabrielle Dell'Otto (artist), Andy Schmidt (editor)
Secret War#5 (December, 2005) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Gabrielle Dell'Otto (artist), Andy Schmidt (editor)
Thunderbolts II#104, 107-108 (September, November-December, 2006) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Tom Grummett (penciler), Gary Erskine (inker), Molly Lazer (editor)
Punisher: War Journal II#4 (April, 2007) - Matt Fraction (writer), Mike Deodato (artist), Axel Alonso (editor)
Captain America V#28-29 (September-October, 2007) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Steve Epting, Mike Perkins (pencilers/inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Captain America V#35-36 (April-May, 2008) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Butch Guice (penciler/inker), Mike Perkins (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Captain America VI#6 (February, 2012) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Alan Davis (pencils), Mark Farmer (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Captain America VI#7 (March, 2012) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Alan Davis (pencils), Mark Farmer (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Captain America VI#8 (April, 2012) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Alan Davis (pencils), Mark Farmer (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers Arena#7 (June, 2013) - Dennis Hopeless (writer), Alessandro Vitti (penciler/inker), Bill Rosemann (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man II#700.3-700.4 (February, 2014) - Joe Casey (writer), Timothy Green (pencils), Walden Wong (inks), Tom Brennan (editor)
Loki: Agent of Asgard#2 (May, 2014) - Al Ewing (writer), Lee Garbett (artist), Lauren Sankovitch, Wil Moss (editors)
Avengers Undercover#2 (June, 2014) - Dennis Hopeless (writer), Kev Walker (artist), Bill Rosemann (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man III#5 (October, 2014) - Dan Slott (writer), Humberto Ramos (penciler), Victor Olazaba (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man III#16 (May, 2015) - Dan Slott, Christos Gage (writers), Humberto Ramos (penciler), Victor Olazaba (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)

Captain America: Sam Wilson I#4-5 (February-March, 2016) - Nick Spencer (writer), Paul Renaud (artist), Tom Brevoort, Katie Kubert (editor)
Captain America: Sam Wilson I#6 (April, 2016) - Nick Spencer (writer), Joe Bennett (artist), Tom Brevoort, Katie Kubert (editors)
Avengers Standoff: Assault on Pleasant Hill Omega#1 (June, 2016) - Nick Spencer (writer), Daniel Acuna, Angel Unzueta (partists), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Illuminati I#7 (August, 2016) - Nathan Williamson (writer), Shawn Crystal (artist), Katie Kubert (editor)
Secret Empire I#9 (September, 2017) - Nick Spencer (writer), Leinil Francis Yu, Joe Bennett (pencils), Gerry Alanguilan, Joe Pimentel (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
West Coast Avengers III#4 (January, 2019) - Kelly Thompson (writer), Stefano Casselli (artist), Alanna Smith (editor)
West Coast Avengers III#5-7 (February-April, 2019) - Kelly Thompson (writer), Diane di Nicuolo (artist), Alanna Smith (editor)
Moon Knight IX#23 (July, 2023) - Jed MacKay (writer), Alessandro Cappucchio (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)

First Posted: 03/18/2007
Last updated: 08/05/2023

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