Real Name: Thursday Rubinstein
Identity/Class: Human mutate
Occupation: Professional criminal; former politician, scientist, doctor
Group Membership: Headmen (Chondu
Man (Nagan), Shrunken
Affiliations: Angar the Screamer, Answer, Bushwacker, Detective
Burnings, Circus of Crime (Bruto, Clown/Eliot Franklin, Princess Python, Ringmaster/Maynard Tiboldt), Deathlok (Michael Collins), Dibbuk, Doctor Bong, Doombot (Vic), Enchantress (Sylvie Lushton), Fantastic Four, Forge, Gibbon,
Griffin, Icemaster, Jocasta, Caroline Le Fey, Lightmaster, Machine Man, Melissa, Misty Knight, MODOK,
Mysterio (Quentin Beck), Orrgo, Pandemonium Axles,
Quicksand, Schizoid Man, Shriek, Silk Fever, Sisters of Sin (Hoodwink, Raunch, Slash, Torso), Supercharger, Ultron-11, Tombstone, Vision, X-Men (Jubilee, Storm, Wolverine);
formerly A.I.M. (Advanced Idea Mechanics), Cloak, Wolverine (James "Logan" Howlett)
Enemies: A.I.M., Angar the Screamer, Ares, Avengers Academy (Finesse, Hazmat, Mettle, Reptil, Striker, Veil), Bruce Banner, Boomerang, Bullseye, Luke Cage, Cannonball (Sam Guthrie), Celestial Mind Control Movement/Bozos, Cloak, Defenders (Doctor Stephen Strange, Hellcat, Hulk/Bruce Banner, Nighthawk/Kyle Richmond, Jack Norriss, Red Guardian/Tania Belinsky, Silver Surfer/Norrin Radd, Son of Satan/Daimon Hellstrom, Sub-Mariner/Namor McKenzie, Valkyrie/Brunnhilde, Valkyrie/Samantha Parrington), Defenders (Elsa Bloodstone, Clea, Misty Knight, Moonstar, Valkyrie, Warrior Woman), Billy Delfini, Gambit, Gramps, Guardsmen, Hercules (Heracles), Heroes for Hire (Black Cat, Humbug, Misty Knight, Orka, Shang-Chi, Tarantula/Maria Vasquez, Colleen Wing), Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Iron Fist (Danny Rand), Joelle, Ludberdites, Lyja Lazerfist (as Alicia Masters), Mechadoom, Moondragon, Nebulon, Omega the Unknown, Porcupine (Roger Gocking), Romulus, She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters), S.H.I.E.L.D., Silver Samurai, Skaar, Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew), Two-Gun Kid, Venom (Flash Thompson), Wasp, Werewolf (Jack Russell), Whirlwind, Wolverine (Howlett), X-Man (Nate Grey), X-Men (Mimic, Rogue)
Known Relatives: Unidentified daughter
Aliases: Bubble-Head (name used by Hulk), Headgirl (screen-name), Angela Jagger, Gumball-Head Lady (nickname given by Billy)
Base of Operations: A prison in Upstate New York;
formerly the Raft, Ryker's Island;
First Appearance: Defenders I#32 (February, 1976)
Powers/Abilities: Due to the grafting of an
organic computer in place of her head, which was composed of a
malleable red plastic, Thursday could shape her head into any form she
could think of and give the appearance of the form protruding from her
head or actually firing the forms outward from her head. While usually
extending the plastic as tentacles or hands, Thursday could also create
shields, wings, arrows, whips, and other forms. She could reform the
plastic of her head to mimic any other face, and could seemingly reform
her body as well (or at least her clothing) though this may have been an
illusion or something else. She was also capable of exploding her head,
knocking all those in its vicinity unconscious. Thursday kept a back-up
of her persona downloaded, and could form a new head for her body
easily, even after successfully having her head burst open or being beheaded.
natural head) 5' 10"; (with artificial head) 5'
6" Weight: (with natural head) 140
lbs.; (with artificial head) 125 lbs.
Eyes: None Hair: None
(Defenders I#32) - Ruby Thursday was recruited by Arthur Nagan, whose head had been grafted on a gorilla's body, to join the Headmen, and was introduced to Jerrold Morgan, whose facial bones had been shrunken. She showed off her powers, making a mimic of Morgan's face and growing tentacles, frightening Morgan.
(Defenders I#33) - The Headmen equipped Valkyrie, Hulk, and Strange with brainwashing equipment to bring the heroes around to their way of thinking. Ruby was formally introduced to 'Chondu' (secretly Jack Norris's mind in Chondu's brain in Nighthawk's body) and turned her face into big lips to kiss him. The Headmen conducted a meeting and 'Chondu' staged an argument that delayed the Headmen's plans. The Headmen took time to restate their goals. The Defenders awoke and attacked, resuling in a battle that destroyed their home. Ruby held her own, strangling Strange, disarming the Valkyrie, and later firing a blast of putty from her brain that trapped the heroes while the Headmen fled.
(Defenders Annual I#1 (fb) - BTS) - As a result of the brainwashing, the Defenders began doing strange acts without realizing it. The Hulk attacked people more often, the Valkyrie lost control of her emotions, and Dr. Strange struggled with the inner peace he needed to use magical forces.
(Defenders I#35) - Nagan, Morgan, and Thursday prepared a new body for Chondu at their back-up headquarters. Nebulon appeared in their midst with a deer who proved it contained Chondu's mind, and Nagan realized his mistake before in assuming Nighthawk was Chondu. Nebulon departed in a fury. They transplanted Chondu's brain, now a computer like Thursday's, into the new composite body. Chondu reacted violently and Thursday stalled him, explaining the benefits to his new form.
(Defenders Annual I#1 (fb) - BTS) - Posing as Dr. Ruhart Gnaan, Nagan set up a Parisian advertising company called the Compagnie de Lux, and became involved in all aspects of society that he could, including agriculture, oil, computers, steel, food processing, population control, and automobile production. The Headmen attempted to buy out the Celestial Mind Control Movement in Paris, but only made enemies of the Movement instead.
(Defenders Annual I#1) - In California, posing as a political party head under the slogan "New Heads for Old," Ruby Thursday began to find success and support from primarily women supporters. She took a $100,000 donation from Jack Norris, who wanted to meet her and was shown in by her aid, Melissa. Ruby recognized Norris and pushed aside his attempt to flirt, having him knocked unconscious and kept in a closet while she entertained other guests. Jack escaped and forced her to expose her true nature as a villain. She resisted his attempt to gas her and threw him through a window. The Headmen gathered, having shrunk the Defenders, Nebulon, the United States president, and others and gathered them in a sphere for study. Just as they thought they were successful, the Hulk attacked. Ruby launched her head at Hulk, hitting him with stingers and explosive charges, then closed over his fist and released anti-gamma energy into Hulk's body. Hulk unintentionally freed the shrunk captives, who were restored to their true size by Dr. Strange. The Headmen were finally defeated, Thursday by having a steel girder wrapped around her head. The Headmen were arrested and the Defenders planned to undo all their machinations over time.
(Defenders I#51 - BTS) - After Ruby's disappearance,
the media had a frenzy wondering what had happened to her.
(Omega the Unknown I#10 (fb) - BTS) - Thursday set up operations in Las Vegas and formed a partnership with the silent monster Dibbuk, who possessed vast super-strength, the ability to stick to walls, and teleportation; his origins are unknown, but he developed a dependence on Thursday.
(Omega the Unknown I#10) - In human form, Thursday watched Omega the Unknown and Gramps as they won considerable money from several casinos in Las Vegas. When the two left, she followed them up to their room with a cheap bottle of champagne pretending that she was there to celebrate with them. However, Thursday suddenly lashed out with two tentacles from her forehead, strangling and incapacitating the two. She then commanded Dibbuk to enter and collect the winnings, before the two scaled down the outside wall -- Thursday used her tentacles to do so. Omega soon recovered and pursued her as she was driving away alone. Omega flew down and grabbed the steering wheel, forcing the car to crash, but he realized that the money was not in the car. He angrily demanded that Thursday tell him where the cash was, but the police quickly arrived and opened fire on Omega while she played the helpless victim.
(Defenders I#76) - Thursday, who'd discovered that Omega was a being composed of organic cybernetics, decided to retrieve Omega's corpse from the morgue for study, hoping to improve her own body's functioning. She posed as a policewoman and entered the morgue, then signaled Dibbuk to teleport in with her. They took the corpse back to her headquarters.
(Defenders I#77) - Omega's form switched places with young James-Michael Starling, shocking Thursday. She demanded answers, then determined to simply dissect Starling instead, but an attacking robot, seeking to terminate Starling, burst through the wall. The ensuing fight led to the street where a quartet of heroines -- Hellcat, Moondragon, Valkyrie, and Wasp -- were waiting. Thursday generated fists and shields to parry with Hellcat and Valkyrie, and, when dropped from a height, wings to slow her fall. A bio-sting from Wasp caused her head to burst open, exposing circuitry and incapacitating Thursday. Dibbuk teleported her away.
(I ♥ Marvel: Outlaw Love#1 (fb) - BTS) - Thursday contained a back-up of her persona and quickly regenerated a new head for herself.
(Sensational She-Hulk I#1 (fb) - BTS) - As Chondu had had struggles with maintaining his sanity with his new transformation, the other Headmen sought to procure a new body for him. They hired the Circus of Crime for three million dollars to test the She-Hulk's strength.
(Sensational She-Hulk I#1) - The Circus of Crime sought to use She-Hulk for their own means. Though Morgan continued to be skeptical of the plan, Nagan disguised himself as a gorilla (using a gorilla mask) and released She-Hulk from the Circus's hypnotized control. The Circus was arrested, and the Headmen sought to have her tested through other means.
(Sensational She-Hulk I#3 (fb) - BTS) - The Headmen hired Mysterio to test her powers as well, offering him three million dollars but planning on giving him fake cash. Just in case, Nagan developed a piece of equipment that would interact with Spider-Man's spider-sense, tracking him to Mysterio if necessary. By these means, Nagan hoped Spider-Man would kill Mysterio before Mysterio found their money was fake.
(Sensational She-Hulk I#2) - Mysterio captured She-Hulk after using an elaborately constructed attack of the alien Toad Men (actually actors posing as them) and some gas. They paid Mysterio in false bills after Mysterio turned down their offer to join their team, and Nagan arranged for Mysterio to be unable to find them for revenge. Nagan and Thursday consoled Morgan, then used a buzzsaw on She-Hulk's neck.
(Sensational She-Hulk I#3 (fb) - BTS) - Morgan took a sample of She-Hulk's skin a cloned body with a tiny head that sat inside a conductor unit, to allow them to put Chondu's head on the body.
(Sensational She-Hulk I#3) - Spider-Man attacked Mysterio, as planned, but found out where the Headmen were located. Chondu grew agitated and seemed he was going to attack until Thursday roped him down with her head. Spider-Man attacked and evaded attacks by all the Headmen until the cloned body subdued him. They then removed Chondu's head and placed it on the cloned body. When he became aware, he was furious and started attacking his teammates, but Spider-Man soon dislodged his head. The Headmen attempted to escape in an armored tank, but She-Hulk and Spider-Man teamed up to stop them.
(Web of Spider-man I#73) - The Headmen tracked Spider-Man to a party being held by Alicia Masters (secretly Lyja Lazerfist), hoping to procure his body for Chondu. They fought against the Human Torch and Spider-Man before being defeated and arrested. During the fight, Thursday held Chondu's head with hands from her organic computer, and fought the heroes with mallets, pointed whips, and arrow-shaped plasma darts. She even tried to put out the Torch's flame with a giant fan from her head.
(Deathlok II#2-3,  - BTS) - Ruby was among the cyber-enhanced beings held prisoner by Mechadoom.
(Deathlok II#4) - Deathlok freed Ruby and the other prisoners. She left after Mechadoom was destroyed by Ultron-11.
(Marvel Comics Presents I#97/4) - The Headmen, while plotting a scheme at the Bar With No Name, got caught up in a bar brawl, during which Thursday pummeled Whirlwind, until Angar the Screamer knocked them all out.
(Defenders II#9 (fb) - BTS) - Thursday and the Headmen plotted to control an ancient space-god in order to rule the world.
(Defenders II#10 (fb)) - The Headmen helped rescue MODOK from another dimension, and he, with A.I.M., allied with the Headmen.
(Defenders II#5) - Chondu accompanied the Headmen to a museum. Morgan injected the black mist into Chondu's brain, and he sent a cloud of paranoia over the patrons. They then pilfered an ancient figurine just before Nighthawk, Hellcat, and Valkyrie (Parrington) attacked. Thursday used her computer brain to predict and counter Valkyrie's moves and to snag Nighthawk with tentacles (though he flew her through the air on his jetpack), but the Headmen were soon defeated. The Headmen quickly teleported away with the figurine.
(Defenders II#9) - The Headmen resurrected the alien space god, Orrgo, and conquered the world with him, all under their sway except for the Defenders.
(Defenders II#10) - Thursday took advantage of their position to connect her head to the world's most powerful computers, and designed a matrix allowing her to see seven-dimensional solids and charting their effects on a three-dimensional world. In time, the Defenders attacked, and Nagan ordered Orrgo to form an army of super-villains to attack them, but that didn't stop Nighthawk from seizing the figurine and quickly defeating the Headmen.
(I ♥ Marvel: Outlaw Love#1 (fb) - BTS) - Thursday spent two months in Paris with the super-villain, the Answer, and the two became romantically involved. Answer fell in love with Thursday, though she left without a goodbye.
(I ♥ Marvel: Outlaw Love#1) - Thursday planned to rob A.I.M., and tracked down Answer to find out how to access A.I.M.'s procurement budget, though she interrupted his tryst with the Sisters of Sin. He questioned her about their past relationship, but she put him off and paid him fifteen thousand for the information. She began taking money from A.I.M., considering this one of her smarter plots to take only enough money so that no one would notice, but she grew greedy and pulled the same scheme under five different aliases, including Angela Jagger, leading A.I.M. to hire Bullseye to assassinate her. Bullseye tried to reach Thursday through Answer, who thought Bullseye was after him and texted her (her screenname was Headgirl) for help, but she put him off, busy doing yoga. When she failed to hear from Answer, she tried to go about her business, but soon went on a search for him, contacting Detective Burnings of the Cleveland police, Boomerang, and others. Answer chose to betray her to Bullseye in order to stay alive and led Bullseye to her. He lodged a compact disk into her chest and cut off her head with cardstock. Answer kept her head in a duffel bag, knowing her consciousness was still in it (though Bullseye'd assumed it had been in her chest), and determined to keep her with him.
(She-Hulk II#10) - Revived, Thursday tried to evade
Hellcat, who pursued her while Thursday drove a getaway car and fired a
handgun (held by a hand from her head) at the heroine. Thursday
was soon defeated by an electro-shock from Two-Gun Kid, however.
(Civil War: Battle Damage Report) - Tony Stark listed Ruby as enemy combatant.
(Heroes for Hire II#6 (fb) - BTS) - The Headmen stole a Doombot from a young boy, Billy, in New York's homeless district and reprogrammed the robot to serve them. They chased Billy away, and the boy hired the Heroes for Hire to aid him.
(Heroes for Hire II#6) - Billy brought Humbug back with him, and the Headmen attacked, quickly fending off an infestation of bugs and capturing Humbug and Billy. During the fight, Ruby ensnared Humbug in plasmic glue from her head.
(Heroes for Hire II#7) - The Headmen transplanted Chondu's head onto Humbug's body, and Humbug's head to a life support system. When Humbug flirted with Ruby, she threatened to kill him, but Humbug's allies Shang-Chi and Orka arrived and attacked them. The Doombot fired a lethal blast that left a gaping hole in Orka's chest.
(Heroes for Hire II#8) - After Orka passed, Shang-Chi furiously tore through the Headmen's ranks, knocking out Gorilla-Man and Shrunken Bones and knocking Ruby Thursday's head off. She briefly battled with Humbug's head (growing spidery legs from her head), and Chondu surrendered. He aided them in reversing the transplant, and SHIELD was called in to arrest the Headmen.
(Wolverine Origins#43 (fb) - BTS) - Ruby was imprisoned at the Raft.
(Dark Reign Files) - Quasimodo researched the Headmen including Ruby for Norman Osborn.
(Wolverine Origins#45 (fb) - BTS) - The Answer worked with Wolverine to come up with a plan to against Romulus and asked Wolverine to break out Ruby and involve her in their plan.
(Wolverine Origins#43) - Cloak teleported Wolverine into the Raft to break out Ruby, who Wolverine needed in his plot against Romulus.
(Wolverine Origins#44) - Cloak was unable to teleport them out because the power dampeners inside the Raft were activated after they entered. Skaar came to their aid by breaking a hole into a wall and to distract Ares, who was sent in by HAMMER to deal with Wolverine. Cloak finally teleported Ruby out of the Raft, but she fled and was soon caught by Romulus.
(Wolverine Origins#45 (fb)/Dark Wolverine#85 (fb) ) - Romulus threatened Ruby's daughter, forcing her to reveal Wolverine's plans to him.
(Wolverine Origins#45) - Wolverine found Ruby and confronted her about her recent activities. She assaulted him, but Wolverine's allies Skaar, Silver Samurai, Cloak and Bruce Banner soon joined the fight to aid Wolverine. Skaar tossed Ruby at Cloak, who teleported her back into the Raft.
(Avengers Academy#14.1 (fb) - BTS) - During a mass Vault breakout, Ruby Thursday was among the escapees. She was attacked by the students from Avengers Academy (Finesse, Hazmat, Mettle, Reptil, Striker, Veil).
(Avengers Academy#14.1) - Ruby held the students off with multiple tendrils sprouted from her head, and the tendrils sprouted off different weapons at the ends, including a mace, a taser, and a shield. She slashed open Hazmat's suit, putting the student at risk of radiation, and Mettle rushed Hazmat away to save her. Mettle punched Ruby's head off, and the students were shocked when the dislodged head continued fighting and taunting them. Her body grabbed her head and she rushed off, escaping.
(X-Men Legacy#275 (fb) - BTS) - Ruby was transferred to a prison in Upstate New York.
(X-Men Legacy#275) - Ruby Thursday, Griffin, Schizoid Man, Icemaster, Quicksand, Silk Fever, Supercharger, and Lightmaster staged a prison break, but were stopped by Rogue and Mimic, as well as Guardsmen.
(Fearless Defenders#9) - The Defenders (Valkyrie, Clea, Misty Knight, Elsa Bloodstone, Moonstar, Warrior Woman) battled the Enchantress (Sylvie Lushton), Quicksand, and the Headmen (Arthur Nagan, Chondu the Mystic, and Ruby Thursday, who were seeking to reanimate some ancient entities who'd taken form in statues, called the Pandemonium Axles, hired by Caroline Le Fey to do so. Chondu's head was on a massive mechanical snake-like body. To defeat the Axles, the women were joined by Iron Fist, Werewolf, Hercules, X-Man, Venom, Cannonball, and Dr. Strange.
(Gambit IV#9) – Ruby Thursday was among the villains at a night club who fought Gambit and Joelle when they caused a scene; she exploded her head in the conflict.
(Amazing Spider-Man Annual III#1) - At the Beyond Corporation labs, Dr. Bong led Angar the Screamer and the Headmen to open a cosmic rift, but Spider-Man soundly defeated them and they were arrested by S.H.I.E.L.D..
SECRET WARS III HAPPENED
(Spider-Woman VI#1) - Under the tutelage of Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew), Porcupine (Roger Gocking) defeated criminals Griffin, Gibbon, Shriek, and Ruby Thursday, who had been working together.
(Power Man and Iron Fist III#2) - Summoned by Tombstone, Ruby Thursday
and Angar the Screamer were sent to look for Luke Cage and Iron Fist, to
retrieve the Supersoul necklace.
Comments: Created by Steve Gerber, Sal Buscema, and Jim Mooney.
Thank you, thank you to Grendel Prime for his aid in the Omega the Unknown issue!
Ruby Thursday's real name was revealed in the Headmen's appearance in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe I#10. She also received a quarter-page entry in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update '89#3. She also has a full entry in the All-New OHotMU Update#4.
No mention of the "Ruby Tuesday" song by the Rolling Stones?
Thanks to Danny Wind for pointing out the missed Deathlok appearances of Ruby.
SHIELD investigated her disappearance from the presidential campaign by questioning Jack Norris in Defenders I#47 and 51. Thanks for Scott Hutchins for pointing this out.
Thanks to Brandon Nash for pointing out Billy Delfini's las name from Shrunken Bones' profile in Defenders: Strange Heroes (2012).
Profile by Chadman.
Ruby Thursday has no known connections to any "Ruby" or "Thursday" characters.
(Defenders Annual I#1) - Melissa, a member of Ruby Thursday's political party, was asked to get Jack Norris a drink during his visit.
--Defenders Annual I#1
(I ♥ Marvel: Outlaw Love#1) - Detective
Burnings, of the Cleveland police, answered a call from Ruby Thursday,
who quickly hung up on him.
--I ♥ Marvel: Outlaw Love#1
Defenders II#10, p7, pan3
Sensational She-Hulk I#3, p8, pan2
Defenders Annual I#1, p21, pan2
Omega the Unknown I#10, p13, panel 5
Defenders I#76, p4, pan2
Defenders I#77, p8, pan6
I ♥ Marvel: Outlaw Love#1, p10, pan1
I ♥ Marvel: Outlaw Love#1, p6, pan5
(Detective Burnings) I ♥ Marvel: Outlaw Love#1, p16, pan4
Defenders I#32-33 (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 Annual I#1 (October, 1976) - Steve Gerber (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Klaus Janson (penciler/inker), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Omega the Unknown I#10 (September, 1976) – Steve Gerber & Mary Skrenes (writers), Jim Mooney (artist), Steve Gerber (editor)
Defenders I#76 (October, 1979) - Steven Grant (writer), Herb Trimpe (penciler), S. Mitchell (inker), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#77 (November, 1979) - Steven Grant (writer), Herb Trimpe (penciler), Milgrom, Mitchell, & Stone (inkers), Al Milgrom (editor)
Sensational She-Hulk I#1-3 (May-July, 1989) - John Byrne (writer/penciler), Bob Wiacek (inker), Bobbie Chase (editor)
Web of Spider-Man I#73 (February, 1991) - John Byrne (writer), Alex Saviuk (penciler), Keith Williams (inker), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Deathlok II#2-5 (August-November, 1991) - Dwayne McDuffie (writer), Denys Cowan (penciler), Mike Manley (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Marvel Comics Presents I#97/4 (December, 1992) - Sholly Fisch (writer), Mark Bagley (penciler), Don Hudson (inker), Terry Kavanagh (editor)
Defenders II#5,7 (July, September, 2001) - Kurt Busiek (writer) , Erik Larsen (writer/penciler), Sal Buscema (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Defenders II#9 (November, 2001) - Kurt Busiek, Erik Larsen, Eric Stephenson (writers), Ron Frenz (penciler), Scott Hanna (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Defenders II#10 (December, 2001) - Kurt Busiek, Erik Larsen, Eric Stephenson (writers), Erik Larsen (penciler), Sal Buscema (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
I ♥ Marvel: Outlaw Love#1 (April, 2006) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Jon Proctor (penciler/inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
She-Hulk II#10 (October, 2006) - Dan Slott (writer), Rick Burchett (penciler), Nelson (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Civil War: Battle Damage Report (2007)
Heroes for Hire II#6 (March, 2007) - Jimmy Palmiotti & Justin Gray (writers), Alvaro Rio (penciler), Scott Koblish, Tom Palmer (inkers), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Heroes for Hire II#7 (April, 2007) - Justin Gray, Jimmy Palmiotti, Zeb Wells (writers), Al Rio (penciler), Tom Palmer, Terry Pallot (inkers), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Heroes for Hire II#8 (May, 2007) - Zeb Wells (writer), Al Rio (penciler), Scott Koblish (inker), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Dark Reign Files (February, 2009) - Michael Hoskin & various others (writer), Jeff Youngquist (editor)
Wolverine: Origins#43-45 (February-March, May, 2010) - Daniel Way (writer), Doug Braithwaite (pencils), Bill Reinhold (inks), Jeanine Schaefer (editor)
Dark Wolverine#85 (June, 2010) - Daniel Way & Marjorie Liu (writers), Stephen Segovia (pencils), Cam Smith (inks), Jeanine Schaefer (editor)
Avengers Academy#14.1 (August, 2011) - Christos Gage (writer), Sean Chen (penciler), Scott Hanna (inker), Bill Rosemann (editor)
X-Men Legacy#275 (2012) - Christos Gage (writer), David Baldeon (penciler), Jordi Tarragona (inker), Dan Ketchum (editor)
Fearless Defenders#9 (2013) - Cullen Bunn (writer), Will Sliney (artist), Ellie Pyle (editor)
Gambit V#9 (2013) - James Asmus (writer), Clay Mann, Seth Mann, Allen Martinez (artists), Daniel Ketchum (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man Annual III#1 (2015) - Jai Nitz (writer), Ron Salas (artist), Nick Lowe (editor)
Spider-Woman VI#1 (January, 2016) - Dennis Hopeless (writer), Javier Rodriguez (penciler), Alvaro Lopez (inker), Devin Lewis (editor)
Power Man and Iron Fist III#2 (May, 2016) - (David Walker (writer), Sanford Greene (artist), Jake Thomas (editor)
First Posted: 11/17/2006
Last updated: 07/10/2017
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