Real Name: Dr. Carolyn Trainer
Identity/Class: Human cyborg
Occupation: Professional criminal scientist;
formerly scientist, student
Group Membership: Employee of Doctor Octopus
formerly led her own criminal organization and the "Octo-punks"
Affiliations: Absorbing Man, Aura
(Ann Herd), Boomerang (Fred Myers), Brucknerr,
Constrictor (Frank Payne), Crimson
Dynamo, Crossfire (William Cross), Walter
(Debbie Bertrand), Doctor Doom (Victor von Doom), Doctor Octopus (Otto
(Edward Lavell), Goldbug
(Matthew Gilden), Grim Reaper (Eric Williams), Jimmy,
Killer Shrike, King Cobra (Klaus Voorhees), Looter
(Norton G. Fester), Hobgoblin,
Hydro-Man (Morrie Bench), Mandroid,
Linette Martinez, Master Programmer, Mentallo (Marvin Flumm), Mister Fear
(Alan Fagan), Override
(Greg Herd), Philip,
(Roger Gocking), Pro,
(Jacob Conover), Scorcher
(Jamal Hudak), Scorpion (Mac Gargan), Shocker (Herman Schultz),
Spider-Slayer Mark 20, Steele,
(Angelina Brancale), Trapster (Peter Petruski), True
Believers, VR-37, Wizard (Bentley Whitman), Master
formerly Lucia von Bardas, Scarlet Spider (Joe Wade)
Alice Anders, Lucia von Bardas, Captain America (Steve Rogers),
Daredevil (Matt Murdock), Duplicate Squirrel Girl (Allene Green),
Fantastic Four (Invisible Woman, Mr. Fantastic, Thing), Orlando Kannor,
Louie the Lip, Mockingbird (Bobbie Morse), Nick
Fury LMD, Vic Patrick, Ronin (Clint Barton), Scarlet
Spider/Spider-Man (Ben Reilly), Alistaire
Smythe, Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Dr. Seward Trainer, Jason Tso,
Joe Wade, Wolverine (James Howlett);
formerly Delilah, True Believers
Known Relatives: Dr. Seward Trainer (father, deceased), unidentified mother
Aliases: Doctor Octopus, "Doc Ock", "Lady Ock"
Base of Operations: An underwater base in New York
formerly a scientific complex on Staten Island
First Appearance: (tentacles only) Amazing
Spider-Man I#405 (September, 1995)
(full) Amazing Spider-Man I#406 (October, 1995)
Powers/Abilities: Lady Octopus is an inventive genius, and is one of the world's foremost experts on virtual reality and its interaction with reality. She has implants in her brain that allow her to interface directly with computers.
Lady Ock's extendable titanium-steel tentacles are highly durable and super-strong. The claws on the end incorporate computer interface devices and energy blasters; the tentacles can also be super-heated or be electrified. She sometimes utilizes a computer program that randomizes her tentacles' strike pattern. Her costume is armored, and she once wore a helmet with a non-stick faceplate. Her Tinkerer-built armor had these capabilities, and also included strength-enhancing mechanisms and a jet pack. In a pinch, she can also swing a mean stick.
She employed a number of robotic servants, apparently of her own design, including "Octo-spheres" and "Hench-droids".
Weight: 140 lbs.
Hair: Black, dyed purple
History: (Spectacular Spider-Man II#229 (fb) ) - As a child, Carolyn Trainer and her mother were never as important to Carolyn's father (noted geneticist Seward Trainer) as his work. He raised her to respect science above everything - including human life.
(Amazing Spider-Man I#406 (fb) ) - Seward used to sing "Itsy Bitsy Spider" to Carolyn.
(Spider-Man Unlimited I#18 (fb)) - When she was a teenager, Seward gave Carolyn tickets to a lecture by her scientific hero, Dr. Otto Octavius, and arranged for her to meet him, as well.
(Spider-Man Unlimited I#18 (fb)) - Smitten with Octavius, Carolyn began to stalk him, following him on dates with Mary Alice Anders, who she loathed. Carolyn was overjoyed when Octavius' mother forced him to end the relationship.
(Spider-Man Unlimited I#18 (fb)) - While Carolyn was in college, Octavius was caught in a massive explosion, transforming him into the maniacal Doctor Octopus. Horrified, Carolyn closely monitored his condition on the radio. After his defeat and capture by Spider-Man, Carolyn sent him the latest research journals in prison, and eventually came to visit him, where he revealed to her his plans for criminal conquest.
(Spider-Man Unlimited I#18 (fb)) - Years later, Octavius came to visit Carolyn and recruited her into his organization. Together, they planned to prevent the possibility of Ock's death in battle by constructing a computer-generated physical duplicate of him to battle Spider-Man in his stead. They succeeded in creating a virtual duplicate of Octavius' mind, which they dubbed the Master Programmer. To test the generation of a physical duplicate, they used one of Carolyn's secretaries, Angelina Brancale, as a test subject. The experiment was a success, resulting in the creation of Brancale's alter ego Stunner, but before a duplicate of Octavius could be created, he was murdered by the rogue Spider-clone Kaine.
(Amazing Spider-Man I#405 - BTS) - Having established herself as the new Doctor Octopus, with a large criminal organization of her own, Carolyn moved against her father in order to steal his research. She blew up his cabin in Rachel, Vermont, nearly killing Ben Reilly, and ransacked his lab in New York City, abducting Seward in the process. Reilly, now in the guise of the Scarlet Spider, encountered a group of Carolyn's "octo-spheres", which quickly subdued him.
(Amazing Spider-Man I#405) - Carolyn briefly looked in on her kidnapped father.
(Spider-Man I#62) - Carolyn interrogated the shackled Scarlet Spider, trying to extract any information he might have about Seward Trainer's files. Despite shocking him with electricity and showing him a holo-projection of Seward (whose cell had been rigged to slowly fill with water), the Spider refused to tell her anything. Inspired by his memories of Seward, the Spider broke his chains, demolished the two "octo-droids" Carolyn had sent to watch over him, and burst back into Trainer's lab. Destroying the camera and voice projector that Ock had been using to communicate with him, the Spider defeated the "Octo-spheres" and rescued Seward, who had failed to recognize his captor.
(Amazing Spider-Man I#406) - Seward Trainer and Reilly tried to penetrate their captor's computer network, but were denied access, finding only a stylized octopus logo. Carolyn was alerted to the breach by Brucknerr, and traced it back to Seward. She then ordered Brucknerr to use Seward's data concerning a biomatter/virtual reality interface to improve their virtual reality bomb. When Brucknerr objected, citing the possible danger to innocents, she strangled him with her tentacles until he submitted. After her agents Steele and Johnson successfully tested the bomb, she visited Seward in his lab, threatening him with death unless he surrendered all of his notes. An attack from the Scarlet Spider was foiled by her force field, allowing her to battle him while capturing her father.
(Spider-Man I#63) - After a brief standoff, the Scarlet Spider grabbed Seward and escaped, leaving Octopus without her father's files. Following them across the city, Ock finally confronted them on a rooftop. While Seward escaped, the Spider engaged Carolyn, who quickly gained the upper hand, leaving her assailant at her mercy. Before she could finish him off, she was attacked by Spider-Man, who teamed with the Scarlet Spider against her. After a brief battle, Ock ensnared Spider-Man and dangled him over the streets. As she bargained with the Scarlet Spider, attempting to trade Spider-Man's life for that of her father, he used his impact webbing to penetrate her force field. With her defenses broken, Ock tossed Spider-Man over the side to cover her escape.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#229) - Doctor Octopus and the Master Programmer monitored Seward's calls, learning that the wife of Seward's friend Peter Parker had fallen ill, and required a treatment involving a rare isotope. She dispatched her henchmen to interrupt the delivery of the isotope and steal it, then informed Seward that she would trade it for him. Meeting him at the docks, Ock's men disabled the spider-tracer on his ankle and took him to their secret base beneath the Hudson River. She and the Programmer forced Seward to transfer all of his files to her, only for Spider-Man and the Scarlet Spider to infiltrate the base. After they tore through the henchmen and rescued Seward, Spider-Man found the canister of isotope being guarded by Octopus herself. Donning a protective helmet, she proved a match for the web-slinger, but became distracted when he mentioned her father. Taking advantage of her distraction, Spider-Man swung her around by her tentacles and threw her through the wall, flooding the base.
(Web of Scarlet Spider#1) - Relocating to her complex on Staten Island, Doctor Octopus became embroiled in a gang war with club owner Jason Tso. After Tso's agents Kannor and Patrick stole a number of experimental cyberneural inductor computer chips from Vytek Labs, Ock dispatched a helicopter full of her agents to steal them from the thieves. Thanks to the interference of the Scarlet Spider, the chips ended up in the hands of the police, instead. Undaunted, Ock's agents stole the police van carrying them, and defeated the Spider in the process.
(Amazing Scarlet Spider#1) - One of Ock's New York City bases was attacked by Tso's agents. In order to prevent them from acquiring the experimental VR visor within the base, she remotely destroyed it. Ordering her agent Joe Wade to track down Tso, she learned from the Master Programmer that the visor had survived. She also learned that ex-supervillain Norton G. Fester, alias the Looter, had been released from the Vault, and sent an agent to recruit him. Later, when Seward Trainer used the visor to enter cyberspace, Ock dispatched her virtual operative VR-37 to intercept him. Although he was defeated by the Scarlet Spider, he did succeed in rendering Seward comatose.
(Scarlet Spider I#1) - Ock hired the Pro to kill Jason Tso. Later, she met with the Master Programmer in cyberspace, and demanded to know why he'd informed Daily Bugle reporter Ken Ellis about the hit, unaware that the consciousness of Seward Trainer, trapped in cyberspace, was spying on them. When the Pro cornered Tso in his office, Ock watched via video phone. She agreed to triple the Pro's fee to kill the Scarlet Spider after he interfered, but the assassin failed to kill either of his targets.
(Spectacular Scarlet Spider#1) - Ock and the Programmer watched a training session between Override, Aura, and the Looter. That evening, she sent all three to raid Tso's Club Noir to recover the chips. They failed to locate the chips, but managed to escape back to Ock's headquarters.
(Web of Spider-Man#2) - Carolyn berated the three cyber-criminals for their failure. Arranging a meeting with Tso at the Central Park children's zoo, she sent the three to redeem themselves. All three were defeated by the Scarlet Spider and Tso's Cyber-Slayers, inciting Ock to direct her efforts away from Tso and towards eliminating the Spider.
(Amazing Scarlet Spider#2) - Ock and the Programmer revived the dormant Stunner, in order to duplicate the process that created her. While doing so, she was alerted to the suspicious behavior of Joe Wade by her agent Linette Martinez.
(Scarlet Spider I#2) - Doc Ock captured Wade while he was snooping around her equipment, and strapped him into her machines. She and Dr. Martinez tapped into Wade's brain, using him to project a destructive holographic duplicate of the Scarlet Spider. The ersatz Spider blasted out of her lab and began rampaging through the city, much to Ock's delight. Later, she met with the Master Programmer in cyberspace, and was again observed by Seward Trainer.
(Spectacular Scarlet Spider#2) - Doctor Octopus left her lab with a platoon of henchmen, determined to take the chips from Tso herself. En route, they were attacked by the Cyber-Slayers and Tso's partner, Alistaire Smythe. The Cyber-Slayers made short work of her henchmen, but the Slayer assigned to Ock was taken down by a Tso-controlled Slayer (Tso having chosen this moment to betray Smythe). As Doc Ock quickly dispatched Smythe and stole his visor (into which the chips had been built), Tso was gunned down by the Pro. Tapping into the chips, she activated her VR wave generator, fusing reality with cyberspace. The resulting reality storm generated a number of computerized minions, including dinosaurs, aliens, skeleton warriors, and a horde of movie monsters. It also enabled the Master Programmer to take physical form. They embraced, leaving them oblivious to the approach of the Scarlet Spider. He attacked them, and was quickly put down by their combined powers...letting him get close enough to slip a viral chip into the visor. The resulting disruption destroyed the cyberspace entities, including the Programmer, blew up Ock's Staten Island HQ, and nearly electrocuted Carolyn herself. She managed to slink away in the confusion.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#232) - As Seward Trainer's closest living relative, Carolyn ordered that he be transferred to her care. Arriving to the hospital disguised in a wig and a trenchcoat, Carolyn made the final transfer arrangements, only to be accosted by Ben Reilly (now in the guise of Spider-Man, thanks to the destructive rampage of the Joe Wade Scarlet Spider construct). Revealing herself, Ock was tackled out the window by Spider-Man while her henchmen tried to abduct the comatose Seward Trainer. The two fought a brief, furious battle in the streets, ending only when Spider-Man pulled Doc Ock through a car, knocking her out. Carolyn and her goons were taken away by the police.
(Marvel Legacy: The 1990s Handbook) - Carolyn was sent to jail, but was subsequently released.
(Amazing Spider-Man I#425) - Carolyn learned that the body of Otto Octavius had been stolen, and was horrified.
(Amazing Spider-Man I#426) - Carolyn tore apart The Hole, a dive bar, in search of leads on Octavius' corpse-nappers. She managed to extract some information from Louie the Lip, breaking his arm in the process. Carolyn proceeded to retrieve Angelina Brancale from the video store she worked at and took her back to her lab, recreating Stunner. She then located the damaged Master Programmer in cyberspace, and downloaded him into a portable device. Stunner and Ock crashed the meatpacking warehouse to which Ock's body had been taken, finding a horde of True Believer ninjas, superhuman enforcer Delilah, and aspiring crimelord the Rose. They briefly battled, but when Spider-Man (back to being Peter Parker) arrived at the scene, Ock and Stunner decided to ally with the ninjas, defeating the webslinger. They chained him to a table, where the True Believers' Master Zei planned to transfer his essence into Octavius' corpse.
(Amazing Spider-Man I#427) - Spider-Man escaped, but Stunner offered to take his place in the ceremony. As the ceremony advanced, Carolyn attached the device containing the Programmer to Octavius, and ordered Angelina to return to her true body. Stunner's virtual body was destroyed, and the resurrected Octavius was infused with the Programmer's personality, restoring him fully to life. Carolyn gave him her tentacles.
(Amazing Spider-Man I#428) - Carolyn watched the still-addled Octavius battle Spider-Man, oblivious to the Rose's concerns about his now-deceased ninja allies. When Spider-Man got the better of Octavius, Carolyn went after the webslinger with a stick, giving Octavius time to create a distraction. Carolyn and Octavius escaped back to their underwater lab, where they found the comatose form of Angelina Brancale.
(Spider-Man Unlimited I#18) - Carolyn recounted her history with Octavius to the amnesiac Otto, trying to refresh his memory. It succeeded, prompting Octavius to swear vengeance once more upon Spider-Man
(Amazing Spider-Man I#429) - Over breakfast, Otto and Carolyn had a chuckle over Spider-Man's current predicament - the bounty placed on his head after he was caught on tape beating respected businessman Norman Osborn.
(Secret War#5 (fb) ) - Carolyn Trainer, now going by the alias of Lady Octopus, was given a new suit of armor by the Tinkerer and his ally, Latverian Prime Minister Lucia von Bardas.
(Secret War#3) - Lady Octopus and the Hobgoblin regrouped dockside with a small army of Tinkerer clients, including Boomerang, Constrictor, Crimson Dynamo, Crossfire, Eel, Goldbug, Grim Reaper, King Cobra, Mentallo, Mister Fear, Scorcher, Scorpion, Shocker, a Spider-Slayer (Mark 20), Trapster, and the Wizard. The villains ambushed the heroes involved in the Latverian "secret war"; Spider-Man, Captain America, Daredevil, and a Nick Fury LMD.
(Secret War#4) - Lady Ock tossed Spider-Man into a building, then took on Captain America again. The Fantastic Four joined the fray, but the battle was interrupted when von Bardas showed up and activated the devices in the villains' suits, linking them together into a gigantic bomb.
(Secret War#5) - SHIELD agent Daisy Johnson stopped the chain reaction by killing von Bardas, but Lady Ock and her compatriots were all hospitalized with severe injuries.
(Black Panther V#11) - Criminal businessman Walter Declun hired a small army of supervillains (Lady Octopus, Absorbing Man, Hydro-Man, Killer Shrike, a Mandroid, Porcupine, and Rock) and technologically-enhanced their gear to defend him from the Black Panther (Shuri) and the Fantastic Four, after they uncovered his plan to destabilize Wakanda on Dr. Doom's behalf.
(New Avengers I#63 (fb) ) - On the behalf of an unseen employer, Lady Octopus raided a Manhattan office tower for documents. She was caught in the act by Ronin and Mockingbird, who quickly knocked her unconscious and left her for the police.
(Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Beats Up the Marvel Universe!#1) - Lady Octopus was attacked by the Duplicate Squirrel Girl as part
of her campaign to rid the Earth of superhumans; Ock raised her force
field, inadvertently trapping one of DSG's squirrels, Scuttlebutt,
inside with her. Before the squirrel could attack her face, Ock lowered
her force field to get rid of it, allowing DSG to knock her out with a
pumpkin bomb, then sent her to the Negative Zone. She and the rest of
the superhumans were eventually rescued by the real Squirrel Girl, and
assisted her in defeating her duplicate.
Comments: Created by Howard Mackie, John Romita, Jr., and Scott Hanna.
Sure, Lady Ock is a huge '90s cliché, as the hot, young, purple-haired female replacement for a dead male character, not to mention her fondness for the oh-so-1995 trend of virtual reality. Whether out of nostalgia or mental defect, though, I still like her, though - I can't tell you how happy I was to see her pop up in Secret War.
Carolyn's mother has, as far as I can tell, only been mentioned once, in passing. I don't know if she divorced Seward, or if she's deceased, but either way, she's not around anymore.
Furthermore, if Howard Mackie based Seward Trainer on his father-in-law, does that make Carolyn...Mrs. Mackie? For his sake, I hope not...
Lady Octopus has entries in the Spider-Man Encyclopedia (under Dr. Carolyn Trainer), and the Marvel Legacy '90s Handbook (under Doctor Octopus).
We haven't seen Carolyn's reaction to her father's death at the hands of Mendel Stromm, the Robot Master, but I imagine she regrets not having done it herself.
Lady Octopus doesn't appear in Black Panther V#12 with the rest of Declun's villains, fighting the Black Panther and the FF - maybe she's coordinating the battle behind the scenes?
Profile by Minor Irritant.
Lady Octopus, alias Doctor Octopus, should not be confused with:
...but she has no known connections to:
Doctor Octopus' purple-clad henchmen, they wielded conventional and energy weapons, and some possessed suits rigged to release noxious gas or electricity on contact. Many of them also possessed advanced scientific skills. Named "Octo-punks" included Brucknerr, Dawton, Jimmy, Johnson, Linette Martinez, Philip, Steele, and Joe Wade.
Their numbers were presumably thinned by Ock's war with Jason Tso and the subsequent destruction of her Staten Island HQ, although at least two were still in her employ when she attempted to abduct Seward Trainer from hospital.
Trainer's henchmen were never given a formal group name, but Alistaire Smythe calls them "Octo-punks" in Spectacular Scarlet Spider#2.
--Amazing Spider-Man I#406 (Amazing Spider-Man I#406, Spectacular Spider-Man II#229, Web of Scarlet Spider#1, Amazing Scarlet Spider#1, Spectacular Scarlet Spider#1, Web of Scarlet Spider#2, Amazing Scarlet Spider#2, Scarlet Spider I#2, Spectacular Scarlet Spider#2, Spectacular Spider-Man II#232
(Amazing Spider-Man I#406) - One of Ock's top scientists, he informed her that Seward Trainer had briefly penetrated her computer system's defences. She then ordered him to use Trainer's purloined files to enhance her virtual reality wave generator. When he expressed concern over the possible danger to civilians, she throttled him with her tentacles until he agreed to perform the modifications. Later, Steele reported that
--Amazing Spider-Man I#406
Johnson & Steele
(Amazing Spider-Man I#406) - "Octo-punks" Johnson and Steele field-tested the virtual reality wave generator on 5th Avenue, projecting a realistic illusion of a prehistoric dinosaur-filled world. Although the wave proved unstable, the device worked. Steele contacted Brucknerr to report the test's success.
Steele's the dark-haired woman, Johnson's the brown-haired man.
--Amazing Spider-Man I#406
(Spectacular Scarlet Spider#1) - Jimmy startled his co-worker Joe Wade, who mistook his armful of pipes for Doc Ock's tentacles.
--Spectacular Scarlet Spider#1
(Amazing Spider-Man I#406) - Doctor Octopus sent a group of "Octo-spheres" to her father's lab, where they encountered the Scarlet Spider. They managed to subdue him with their electrified tentacles.
(Spider-Man I#62) - After escaping from the "Hench-droids", the Scarlet Spider fought his way through the "Octo-spheres" to save Seward Trainer - but not in time to stop the spheres from taking some of Seward's data.
The robotic "Octo-spheres" could use their tentacles to access computers, and could also electrify them for use in combat.
--Amazing Spider-Man I#406 (Amazing Spider-Man I#406, Spider-Man I#62
(Spider-Man I#62) - Two "Hench-droids" showed a shackled Scarlet Spider a hologram of the imprisoned Seward Trainer. When the Spider broke free, he fought them to escape. After initially holding himself back, he quickly tore them apart when he discovered that they were robots.
The "hench-droids" were strong enough to tear the Scarlet Spider's impact webbing. Both carried weapons of some sort, but did not use them.
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Secret War#3, p21, pan1 (main image, Von Bardas armor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#406, cover (headshot)
Spider-Man Unlimited I#18, p7, pan5 (Carolyn as a teenager)
Amazing Spider-Man I#406, p9, pan1 (original costume)
Spectacular Spider-Man II#229, p15, pan3 (helmet)
Spider-Man I#63, p15, pan2 (force field)
Amazing Spider-Man I#406, p11, pan4 (insignia)
Spider-Man Unlimited I#18, p2, pan1 (Octavius' assistant)
Amazing Scarlet Spider#1, p2, pan1 ("Octo-punks")
Amazing Spider-Man I#406, p10, pan1 (Brucknerr)
Amazing Spider-Man I#406, p14, pan2 (Johnson & Steele)
Spectacular Scarlet Spider#1, p5, pan6 (Jimmy)
Amazing Spider-Man I#405, p19, pan3 ("Octo-spheres")
Spider-Man I#62, p16, pan1 ("Hench-droids")
Amazing Spider-Man I#405 (September, 1995) - J.M. DeMatteis (plotter), Todd DeZago (scripter), Darick Robertson (penciler), Larry Mahlstedt (inker), Danny Fingeroth & Bob Budiansky (editors)
Spider-Man I#62 (September, 1995) - Howard Mackie (writer), Pat Broderick (penciler), Chris Ivy & Tom Palmer (inkers), Danny Fingeroth & Bob Budiansky (editors)
Amazing Spider-Man I#406 (October, 1995) - J.M. DeMatteis (writer), Angel Medina (penciler), Larry Mahlstedt & Randy Emberlin (inkers), Danny Fingeroth & Bob Budiansky (editors)
Spider-Man I#63 (October, 1995) - Howard Mackie (writer), Gil Kane (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Bob Budiansky (editor)
Spectacular Spider-Man II#229 (October, 1995) - Tom DeFalco (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Bill Sienkiewicz (inker), Eric Fein (editor)
Web of Scarlet Spider#1 (November, 1995) - Tom DeFalco (plotter), Todd DeZago (scripter), Paris Karounos (penciler), Randy Emberlin (inker), Eric Fein (editor)
Amazing Scarlet Spider#1 (November, 1995) - Tom DeFalco (plotter), Mike Lackey (scripter), Mark Bagley (penciler), Larry Mahlstedt (inker), Bob Budiansky (editor)
Scarlet Spider I#1 (November, 1995) - Howard Mackie (plotter), Todd DeZago (scripter), Gil Kane (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Bob Budiansky (editor)
Spectacular Scarlet Spider#1 (November, 1995) - Todd DeZago (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Jimmy Palmiotti (inker), Eric Fein (editor)
Web of Scarlet Spider#2 (December, 1995) - Tom DeFalco (plotter), Todd DeZago (scripter), Tom Morgan (penciler), Randy Emberlin, Hector Collazo, & Don Hudson (inkers), Eric Fein (editor)
Amazing Scarlet Spider#2 (December, 1995) - Tom DeFalco (writer), Mark Bagley (penciler), Larry Mahlstedt (inker), Bob Budiansky (editor)
Scarlet Spider I#2 (December, 1995) - Howard Mackie (writer), John Romita, Jr. (penciler), Al Williamson (inker), Bob Budiansky (editor)
Spectacular Scarlet Spider#2 (December, 1995) - Todd DeZago (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Bill Sienkiewicz & Jimmy Palmiotti (inkers), Eric Fein (editor)
Spectacular Spider-Man II#232 (March, 1996) - Todd DeZago (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Jimmy Palmiotti (inker), Eric Fein (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#425-428 (August-November, 1997) - Tom DeFalco (writer), Steve Skroce (penciler), Bud LaRosa (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Spider-Man Unlimited I#18 (November, 1997) - Tom DeFalco (writer), Joe Bennett (penciler), Joe Pimentel (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#429 (December, 1997) - Tom DeFalco (writer), Joe Bennett (penciler), Bud LaRosa & Al Milgrom (inkers), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Secret War#3 (October, 2004) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Gabriele Dell'Otto (artist), Andy Schmidt (editor)
Secret War#4 (May, 2005) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Gabriele Dell'Otto (artist), Andy Schmidt (editor)
Secret War#5 (December, 2005) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Gabriele Dell'Otto (artist), Andy Schmidt (editor)
Black Panther V#11 (February, 2010) - Jonathan Maberry (writer), Ken Lashley (pencils), Paul Neary (inks), Axel Alonso (editor)
New Avengers I#63 (May, 2010) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Mike McKone (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Beats Up the Marvel Universe!#1 (2016) - Ryan North (writer), Erica Henderson (art), Wil Moss (editor)
First Posted: 05/25/2008
Last updated: 01/11/2017
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