Real Name: Jackson F. Norriss

Identity/Class: Human

Occupation: Reporter for Inside America TV Newsmagazine;

(formerly) Intelligence correspondent for Current Affair; S.H.I.E.L.D. agent; cult member

Group Membership: None

Defenders (Clea, Dr. Stephen Strange, Hellcat, Hulk (Banner), Nighthawk, Power Man (Cage), Red Guardian (Belinsky), Son of Satan, Valkyrie (Brunhilde), Yellowjacket (Pym)), S.H.I.E.L.D.

Affiliations: Jeremiah Albuquerque, Aragorn, Avengers (Beast (McCoy), Captain America (Rogers), Iron Man (Stark), Scarlet Witch)), Commission on Superhuman Activities, Valerie Cooper, Daredevil (Murdock), Elena, Nick Fury, Henry Peter Gyrich, Guardians of the Galaxy (Vance Astro, Charlie-27, Martinex, Starhawk, Yondu), Vernon Hatchway, Claire Hopkins, Bartholomew Ingrid, Mrs. Lafferty, Moon Knight, Nomad (Monroe), Brigadier General Owsley, Smithson, Andrea Sterman, USAgent, Wonder Man

(formerly) Undying Ones, Van Nyborg

Enemies: Brotherhood of Badoon, Celestial Mind Control Movement, Eel (Stryke), Headmen (Chondu the Mystic, Gorilla-Man, Ruby Thursday, Shrunken Bones), Ludberdites, Mad Dog, Mutant Force (Burner, Lifter, Peeper, Shocker (Darby), Slither), Nebulon, Plantman, Porcupine (Gentry), Shazana, Sons of the Serpent, Tribunal, Undying Ones, Van Nyborg, Zodiac (Aquarius, Aries, Cancer, Capricorn, Gemini, Leo, Libra, Pisces, Sagittarius, Scorpio, Taurus, Virgo)

Known RelativesBarbara Denton Norriss (wife), Unnamed father, Alvin & Celestia Denton (in-laws, deceased)

Aliases: 'Pretty-Boy' (nickname used by Ruby Thursday)

Base of Operations: Washington D.C., USA;

(formerly) Cobblers' Roost, Vermont, USA

First Appearance: (seen) Incredible Hulk I#125 (March, 1970); (mentioned) Incredible Hulk I#126 (April, 1970)

Powers/Abilities: Jack Norriss is a trained S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and information gatherer. He once wielded the powers of Nighthawk, briefly.

History: (Defenders I#32 (fb) - BTS) - Jack took Barbara Denton on their first date to the Vermont State Fair, where they watched stage performer Chondu the Mystic. On the way home, they got a flat tire, and Mr. Denton was very upset when Jack didn't get Barbara home until four a.m.

(X-Force I#-1) - Jack Norriss and Barbara Denton attended Chondu the Magician's show at the Ringmaster's Tiboldt Carnival of Wonder. 

(Defenders I#21 (fb) - BTS) - Jack Norris married Barbara Denton on January 28th.  A picture of them cutting the cake was placed in the Denton's picture album.

(Defenders I#20 (fb) - BTS) - Celestia, Barbara's mother, died in a car accident.

(Incredible Hulk I#126 (fb) - BTS) - Barbara and Jack, looking for adventure, joined Van Nyborg's cult seeking to resurrect the Undying Ones. 

(Incredible Hulk I#125) - The Cult watched Banner collapse after the Hulk's battle with the Absorbing Man.

(Incredible Hulk I#126) - Jack and Barbara helped bring Banner back to van Nyborg's estate, and Jack quieted Barbara when she wondered if they'd gotten in too deep.  Van Nyborg sent Banner and Barbara (after she spoke out against him) into another dimension.  Barbara sacrificed herself to save Dr. Strange and became trapped in the dimension of the Undying Ones. 

(Defenders I#21 (fb) - BTS) - Jack inherited a large sum of money from his father.

(Defenders I#20 (fb) - BTS) - Alvin, Barbara's father, went off the deep-end and became a vagrant, leaving a set of keys to their Cobblers' Roost, Vermont home with Jack. Jack, struggling with Barbara's disappearance, went to stay at Mrs. Lafferty's boarding house.

(Defenders I#22) - Jack tracked Barbara to Dr. Strange's mansion in New York City's Greenwich Village. He peered in the window and was shocked to see her there. When Nighthawk pulled up, he chased Jack off for peeping.

(Defenders I#23) - Jack peeped again, and this time was seen. He tried to run and was hit by a stun blast from the hero, Yellowjacket, and taken inside where he revealed he was Barbara's husband, news which caused her to rush from the room in tears. Later, she rushed off to fight the Sons of the Serpent with her teammates, causing Jack to wonder how far her delusion of being a hero ran.

(Defenders I#24) - Jack listened as Banner (Hulk) and Clea discussed the need for more heroes to aid them, and they gathered Daredevil, Son of Satan, and Power Man. Their houseguest rushed in with news that Valkyrie was going to be killed on television by the Sons, so Jack rushed off to aid her.

(Defenders I#25) - Jack stopped a Son from lighting the inverted cross Valkyrie was strapped to on fire, inspiring others in the crowd to take a stand against the Sons. He got Valkyrie off the cross and carried her back to Strange's mansion.

(Defenders I#26) - Despite Valkyrie's protestations that she was not his wife, Jack was persistent in trying to renew their relationship and even kissed her, though she pushed him away. After Valkyrie rescued Jack from a small earthquake, the two saw the Defenders and the Guardians of the Galaxy, and Valkyrie agreed to accompany them to the future. Valkyrie pushed Jack aside when he protested.

(Defenders I#27) - Not to be dissuaded, Jack stowed aboard the ship and went to the future with the heroes. He revealed himself when an attempt to teleport Valkyrie and others to Earth went awry. He grew highly agitated, causing Dr. Strange to put him in stasis while the heroes worked to resolve the conflict.

(Defenders I#28 - BTS) - Jack, still in stasis, remained on the ship while the Badoon attacked the other heroes.

(Defenders I#29) - Jack, freed from Strange's spell, grew to believe in the heroes and recognized that his denial of them had been wrong. He asked Dr. Strange to let him help in the battle for Earth and, equipped with a laser blaster, teleported around Earth with Strange fighting Badoon and freeing captive humans. Their victory secure, Jack and Strange talked to the Guardian Starhawk, in whom Jack sensed a resonance of all humans. Inspired by Starhawk, Jack helped convince the heroes that the future humans would need to secure the rest of their fate themselves. Strange transported Jack and the Defenders back to their own time.

(Defenders I#31) - Jack took Valkyrie to Coney Island and tried to impress her by winning her a stuffed animal. She was perplexed, though, and, when she broke the strength-testing machine, he enticed her to run with him. She admitted to being attracted to Jack, and he admitted he was beginning to accept her. Jack and Valkyrie returned to Strange's mansion and saw Strange, Nighthawk, and Hulk, holding a baby deer. Nighthawk, who had Chondu the Mystic's brain in his body, trapped the allies in an ectoplasmic field and fled before Strange dissipated the field. 'Nighthawk' hit them with a strength-draining spell before Strange subdued him.

(Defenders I#32) - Son of Satan attempted to exorcise Chondu unsuccessfully, but when Jack saw an image of Chondu's face, he recognized the stage performer he'd seen years before. Realizing Nighthawk's brain had been transplanted, Strange moved to track it down. 

(Defenders I#33 (fb)) - Dr. Strange performed a complicated spell that put Jack's mind in Chondu's brain in Nighthawk's body, Chondu's mind in that of the baby deer, and left Jack's body mindless.

(Defenders I#32) - Shaky in flight, Jack went with the Defenders to Connecticut, where they were subdued by Ruby Thursday's exploding head.

(Defenders I#33) - Acting as Chondu, Jack watched as Nagan, Morgan, and Thursday put brainwashing helmets on Strange, Hulk, and Valkyrie. He felt frustrated, not knowing what to do. The villains pressed him and he tried unsuccessfully to delay them with humor, then tried to turn the against each other, which caused them to slow their plans down. The Defenders awoke and attacked, destroying the house. Jack escaped with Nighthawk's brain only to be captured by the Ludberdites, led by Nebulon, the Celestial Man.

(Defenders I#34) - Unsteady and beginning to grow weak from being away from his body, Jack listened to Nebulon's plans for Earth and was sent to be with other human captives. He was shocked to see 'Bambi' there, and the deer with Chondu's mind tried to rage against him. Strange grew worried over Jack being absent from his body for so long. Jack noted that the machines in the room were draining the life forces of those present, and one woman dropped dead from the strain. The human captives were shown to the public as the examples of humanity, and Chondu, tapping into Nebulon's powers, caused the two of them to disappear. Strange cast a spell on Jack so that the Ludberdites' machines would not affect him anymore.

(Defenders I#35) - Dr. Strange arranged for Russian Dr. Tania Belinsky to perform the brain transplant for Kyle. He transferred Jack's mind back to his own body, and Jack, feeling very rested, agreed to accompany Valkyrie and Hulk in searching for the missing deer. Jack rode behind Valkyrie on Aragorn and watched as she stopped Hulk from harming some cops. After searching for Hulk unsuccessfully for a time, Valkyrie allowed Jack to put his arm around her while they rested. They saw Chondu, in a new body, attacking a man and Valkyrie pursued, defeating him, but she was arrested in turn.

(Defenders I#36) - Jack called the police, requesting aid for his wounded horse as a man in the building wanted to shoot Aragorn, but the Hulk arrived in time to stop the man and returned with Aragorn and Jack to the veterinarian.

(Defenders I#37) - Jack watched as Aragorn was tended to, and as the Hulk leapt away in a battle with police. He rushed off to aid the Defenders when he heard the police scanners mention the name Richmond, calling Power Man for aid along the way. Jack saw Strange freed with new ally Red Guardian and wondered where Valkyrie was. He saw Nighthawk back to the hospital, where he, Red Guardian, Strange, and Power Man were apprehended by the Eel and Porcupine.

(Defenders I#38) - Jack awakened and returned to Richmond, the other heroes now gone. Nighthawk quickly got dressed, determined to investigate.

(Defenders I#39) - Jack rushed to Strange's mansion and asked Nighthawk, Power Man, and Red Guardian to search for Valkyrie, while he made phone calls to see if she'd been to any hospitals. Nighthawk learned Valkyrie had been incarcerated, and they went to retrieve her.

(Defenders I#40) - Growing continually frustrated with the Defenders' incongruent actions and his distance from Valkyrie, Jack watched as she was pardoned of her crimes and as she received a new costume from Clea. He asked her not to go into battle again soon, but she brushed him off. The Committee for Free Emigration threw a rock through the window aimed at Red Guardian, who rushed to pursue them herself. Jack lashed out verbally at the Defenders for their seeming blindness as the world's ills increased, with the Celestial Mind Control Movement spreading to the United Nations and Ruby Thursday running for president. Nighthawk demanded Jack leave, and Jack stated he would for $300,000; Nighthawk paid up and Jack left.

(Defenders Annual I#1) - Having realized that the Defenders recent incongruent actions, including heady reactions from Valkyrie, unprovoked public attacks by Hulk, and an inner-mystic struggle within Dr. Strange, were due to the Headmen's tampering with the Defenders' heads, Jack determined to infiltrate himself in Ruby Thursday's political campaign. He sent a video to the Defenders explaining his actions. Jack made a generous donation to Ruby Thursday's political campaign and arranged to meet her at her base in California. He dressed like James Bond and adopted a suave personality to try to charm his way in, Thursday dubbing him 'Pretty Boy.' She saw through his ruse and had him captured, but he soon escaped with equipment he'd purchased. He exposed Thursday's status as a villain and unsuccessfully attempted to gas her before she threw him through a window. The Defenders were all gathered under one sphere before being rescued by the Hulk. Jack aided Valkyrie in defeating Shrunken Bones while the others defeated the Headmen and Nebulon.

(Defenders I#47 (fb)) - Jack was detained by S.H.I.E.L.D., who wanted to know what happened to Thursday, but he was unwilling to reveal the Defenders' secrets. They filled him with drugs that made him talk. After being questioned by Nick Fury, they let Jack go. Jack's limited memories on this issue left him thinking Fury was behind it all.

(Defenders I#41) - Jack handled a wrong number while the Defenders left on a mission.

(Defenders I#44) - After an absence, Jack returned to Strange's mansion and was asked to leave again by Nighthawk, but had a word alone with Valkyrie first. He apologized for being pushy at first, admitted to loving her, and asked for a final chance, but she turned him down and left. Jack left, hoping he had enough resolve to stay away, and ran when he saw the Fury LMD nearby.

(Defenders I#45) - Jack fled from his pursuers in his jaguar and ended up crashing his car and running for it.

(Defenders I#46) - Jack tried hiding out in Hackensack, New Jersey, but was apprehended by the Nick Fury LMD.

(Defenders I#47) - While the LMD's men were hauling Jack off, Moon Knight attacked, distracting the men long enough for Jack to wake up and fight back. The LMD and his men fled. Jack and Moon Knight returned to Strange's mansion for help and found Clea and Valkyrie. They went to get Hellcat and found her unconscious. Assuming Wonder Man was responsible, they fought him until Hellcat stopped them. They then saw a message for the Avengers from Fury, who was looking for Jack. 

(Defenders I#48) - The heroes chose to release Jack to Fury (the LMD again), who handcuffed Jack and sped away. Jack was taken to Scorpio, who tried to be very cordial with Jack, welcoming him and offering him a beer, then growing frustrated when Jack did not reciprocate a friendly nature. He showed Jack the android versions of the Zodiac he was developing. Moon Knight arrived to aid Jack and was dropped in a trap meant to drown him. Scorpio refused to hear Jack's pleas to release the man. They later found the trap empty, meaning Moon Knight escaped.

(Defenders I#49) - Jack apologized to Nighthawk, and listened to Scorpio's origins. Scorpio batted Jack aside and moved to awaken his robot Zodiac. He continued trying to reason with Scorpio, though, and soon learned that the Fury he'd had dealings with was a robot. The Defenders arrived to help just as the robotic Zodiac woke up.

(Defenders I#50) - Valkyrie, Hellcat, Moon Knight, Hulk, and the soon-freed Nighthawk got involved in a complicated melee with the Zodiac, who had varying responses and states of mind about Scorpio's plan, some of them meeting grisly fates that unhinged Scorpio's sanity further. In the end, the Zodiac were defeated and Scorpio committed suicide.

(Defenders I#51) - Jack learned from Fury that he'd stopped the agents who'd questioned him, not done the questioning himself, then invited Jack to join S.H.I.E.L.D. Jack traveled to the academy determined to figure out he and Valkyrie's relationship once and for all, and ended up confiding in Hellcat, who initially surprised him by flirting with him. 

(Defenders I#52 - BTS) - Jack dropped Hellcat off at Nighthawk's building then went to find  Fury to tell him he accepted the job.

(Defenders I#54) - Jack grew more excited about his pending job as he drove, then realized he didn't know how to contact Fury.

(Defenders I#58) - Jack traveled to Avengers Mansion, hoping to find access to  Fury, but was entangled in their security system, needing to be freed by the Avengers.

(Defenders I#87) - Jack was called in by the Tribunal, posing as a government body, to testify about the Defenders at an inquisition. He was dismissed before he considered his testimony complete. Norris listened to Buzz Baxter’s testimony, then objected. The Tribunal revealed they weren’t from the government, despite contacting Norris at S.H.I.E.L.D., then put him to sleep briefly. He woke up as the Mutant Force and Gen. Owsley’s testimony. Norris objected again and was asked to leave. He walked through the door and found himself in an alley wondering what had happened.

(Nomad II#23 (fb) - BTS) - Jack acted as a file clerk for S.H.I.E.L.D., procurement processing and maintenance. He asked his supervisor, Claire Hopkins, for a chance in the field.

(Nomad II#2) - Jack was appointed by S.H.I.E.L.D. to operate on a Commission on Superhuman Activities mission to bring down Nomad (Jack Monroe). He was introduced by Henry Peter Gyrich to Andrea Sterman, a psychologist. They were told by Valerie Cooper that the third man joining them would be USAgent, who they later met in a hotel in Los Angeles.

(Nomad II#3) - USAgent attacked Nomad and was defeated while Jack and Andrea watched, bantering. Jack questioned USAgent's style, and the hero put Jack in his place. The three got drinks later, and S.H.I.E.L.D. Operations Liaison Jeremiah Albuquerque (with whom Jack had a friendly rivalry) showed up and enticed the trio to do better. Soon, their contact Smithson reported that Nomad was on the move, and the trio rushed to find him. Smithson reported that Nomad was in the Garrahy hotel, room 312. Jack and USAgent stormed in, but Nomad was prepared for them and soon led the fight into the street. He held Andrea hostage until Albuquerque arrived and calmed the fight, recruiting Nomad's aid.

(Nomad II#22) - Jack and Andrea joined forces to track down why certain government factions wanted to see Nomad dead. Jack used his S.H.I.E.L.D. clearance to get them into a CSHA headquarters, breaking protocol. Jack contacted Vernon Hatchway for aid.

(Nomad II#23) - Jack approached Claire Hopkins with his building conspiracy theory in order to garner aid. Later, Andrea tracked down a lead that tied Nomad to Senator Bartholomew Ingrid to Nomad.

(Nomad II#24) - Jack and Andrea uncovered the conspiracy leading back to Nomad's origins.

(Nomad II#25) - Jack, having discovered that Hatchway was ordered to kill Nomad, met with Hatchway, who revealed he planned to fake Nomad's death. Jack agreed to help however he could. Nomad's death was faked, Andrea published a book about Nomad. Jack was fired by S.H.I.E.L.D. and accepted a job as an intelligence correspondent for Current Affair. He fondly remembered his time investigating Nomad.

(Thunderbolts I#44) - Andrea Sterman contacted Jack, who was now working as a reporter for Inside America TV Newsmagazine, and asked him to track down information on hard air for a project she was working on. He met her in Washington, D.C., bringing a copy of her book, and bantered with her, revealing that he'd tracked hard air to Alpha-32 to Roxxon to the Commission on Superhuman Activities.

Comments: Created by Roy Thomas and Herb Trimpe.

Jack's hair has strangely seemed to turn from blonde to light brown to dark brown over the years. Even his beard.

Jack was confirmed as a member of the Defenders in Marvel Legacy: The 1970s Handbook.

Claire Hopkins is obviously a homage to the book (and film) Silence of the Lambs, which had a main character of Claire Starling, an FBI agent who confronted Hannibal Lector (played by Anthony Hopkins in the film).

Profile by Chadman.

Jack Norriss has no known connections to:

Mrs. Lafferty

(Defenders I#20 (fb) - BTS) - Owner of a boarding house in Cobblers' Roost, Vermont, Mrs. Lafferty allowed Jack Norris to stay with her after his wife, Barbara, disappeared.

(Defenders I#21) - Valkyrie, as Barbara, tried to visit Jack at the boarding house, but Mrs. Lafferty chased her off the property having no patience for a woman who'd walk out on her husband.

--Defenders I#20 (Defenders I#20 (fb) – BTS, 21

Claire Hopkins

(Nomad II#3 (fb) - BTS) - A supervising S.H.I.E.L.D. agent in Washington D.C., Claire Hopkins allowed Jack Norriss to try acting as a field agent, but his assignment was unsuccessful.

(Nomad II#3) - Claire was thoroughly annoyed when Jack brought a potential conspiracy to her attention.

--Nomad II#3 (Nomad II#3 (fb) – BTS, 3

Brigadier General Owsley

(Defenders I#87 (fb)) – Gen. Owsley responded to an outbreak of the Hulk at Giants’ Stadium, with his armed air command. His men were knocked from the air, and Hulk continued his battle with the Mutant Force, though Valkyrie and Hellcat attacked allowing Hulk to escape.

(Defenders I#87) – Owsley testified about these events before the Tribunal, along with Mutant Force, Jack Norris, and Buzz Baxter.

--Defenders I#87 (Defenders I#87 (fb), 87


(Nomad II#3) - Smithson worked to stake out Jack Monroe (Nomad) for the temporary allies USAgent, Jack Norris, and Andrea Sterman. He tracked Nomad to a hotel, then called to inform the others.

--Nomad II#3

Defenders I#27, p9, pan2
Thunderbolts I#44, p8, pan4
Defenders I#32, p8, pan1
Nomad II#3, p7, pan5 (Claire Hopkins)
Defenders I#21, p9, pan2 (Mrs. Lafferty)
Defenders I#87, p14, pan4 (Brigadier General Owsley)
Nomad II#3, p15, pan4 (Smithson)

Incredible Hulk I#125-126 (March, April, 1970) - Roy Thomas (writer), Herb Trimpe (penciler/inker), Stan Lee (editor)
Defenders I#21 (March, 1975) -  Steve Gerber (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Sal Trapani (inker), Roy Thomas (editor)
Defenders I#22 (April, 1975) - Steve Gerber (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Mike Esposito (penciler/inker), Len Wein (editor)
Defenders I#23 (May, 1975) - Steve Gerber (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Vince Colletta (inker), Len Wein (editor)
Defenders I#24 (June, 1975) - Steve Gerber (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Bob McLeod (inker), Len Wein (editor)
Defenders I#25 (July, 1975) - Steve Gerber (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Jack Abel (inker), Len Wein (editor)
Defenders I#26, 27 (August, September, 1975) - Steve Gerber (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Vince Colletta (penciler/inker), Len Wein (editor)
Defenders I#28 (October, 1975) - Steve Gerber (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Frank Giacoia & John Tartaglione (pencilers/inkers), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Defenders I#29 (November, 1975) - Steve Gerber (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Vince Colletta (penciler/inker), Len Wein (editor)
Defenders I#31-34 (January-April, 1976) - Steve Gerber (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Jim Mooney (penciler/inker), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Defenders I#35 (May, 1976) - Steve Gerber (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Klaus Janson (penciler/inker), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Defenders I#36 (June, 1976) - Steve Gerber & Mary Skrenes (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Jim Mooney (penciler/inker), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Defenders I#37-40 (July-October, 1976) - Steve Gerber (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Klaus Janson (penciler/inker), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Defenders Annual I#1 (October, 1976) - Steve Gerber (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Klaus Janson (penciler/inker), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#44,45 (February, March, 1977) - Gerry Conway, Roger Slifer, David Kraft (writers), Keith Giffen (penciler), Klaus Janson (penciler/inker), Gerry Conway (editor)
Defenders I#46 (April, 1977) - Roger Slifer, David Kraft (writers), Keith Giffen (penciler), Klaus Janson (penciler/inker), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#47 (May, 1977) - David Anthony Kraft, Roger Slifer, John Warner (writers), Keith Giffen (penciler), Klaus Janson (penciler/inker), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#48 (June, 1977) - David Anthony Kraft, Don McGregor (writers), Keith Giffen (penciler), Dan Green (penciler/inker), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#49 (July, 1977) - David Anthony Kraft (writer), Keith Giffen (penciler), Mike Royer (penciler/inker), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#50 (August, 1977) - David Anthony Kraft (writer), Keith Giffen (penciler), Mike Royer (penciler/inker), John Tartaglione, Dave Cockrum (inkers), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#51 (September, 1977) - David Anthony Kraft (writer), Keith Giffen (penciler), Klaus Janson (inker), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#52 (October, 1977) - David Kraft (writer), Keith Giffen (penciler), Chic Stone (inker), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#54 (December, 1977) - David Anthony Kraft (writer), Keith Giffen (penciler), Mike Golden (inker), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#58 (April, 1978) - David Anthony Kraft (writer), Ed Hannigan (penciler), Klaus Janson & Dan Green (inkers), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Defenders I#87 (September, 1980) - Ed Hannigan (writer), Don Perlin (penciler), Pablo Marcos (penciler/inker), Al Milgrom (editor)
Nomad II#2-3 (June-July, 1992) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), S. Clarke Hawbaker (penciler), Mark McKenna (inker), Glenn Herdling (editor)
Nomad II#22 (February, 1994) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Rick Mays & Pete Garcia (pencilers), Greg Adams (inker), Glenn Herdling (editor)
Nomad II#23 (March, 1994) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Rick Mays & Pete Garcia (pencilers/inkers), Greg Adams (inker), Glenn Herdling (editor)
Nomad II#24 (April, 1994) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Pete Garcia (penciler), Fredrick Percy (inker), Glenn Herdling (editor)
Nomad II#25 (May, 1994) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Peter Garcia (penciler), Fredericks & Adams (inkers), Glenn Herdling (editor)
X-Force I#-1 (July, 1997) - John Francis Moore (writer), Adam Pollina (penciler), Mark Morales, John Holdredge, Al Milgrom (inkers), Mark Powers (editor)
Thunderbolts I#44 (November, 2000) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Mark Bagley (inker), Greg Adams (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)

First Posted: 11/17/2006
Last updated: 11/17/2006

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