Real Name(s): Inapplicable

Identity/Class: Terrestrial machines

Occupation: Destructive machine generally utilized by criminal organizations or individuals

Group Membership: None;
formerly Hydra (Blackwing/Joe Manfredi, Commander Kraken, Fixer, Fox, Jackhammer, el Jaguar, Man-Killer, Mentallo, Supreme Hydra/Silvermane), New Enforcers (Blitz, Controller, Dragon Man, Eel/Edward Lavell, Fixer/Norbert Ebersol, Madame Menace, Mentallo, Mr. Fear/Alan Fagan, Plantman, Super-Adaptoid (imposter), Tangle, Thermite, Vanisher)

Affiliations: A.I.M., Arms Merchant (Andreas Kapelos), Carla, D.O.A. (Lt. Belial, others), Reb Davis, Frank, Justin Hammer, Hydra, Hydra High Council (Baron Helmet Zemo, Dr. Faustus, Gorgon/Tomi Shishido, Hive, Kraken, Viper, Arnim Zola), Kaizo Kobashi, Maggia (Ceaser Cicero, Marcos Crusetti, Cyclone /Pierre Fresson, Eel/Edward Lavell, Grim Reaper, Shigeru Ichihara, Madame Masque/Director, Samuels, Silvermane, T.B. Smithson, Spangler, others), Mandarin, Spymaster, Ezekiel Stane

Enemies: A.I.M., Alpha Flight (Puck, others), Avengers (Goliath/Hank Pym, Iron Man/Tony Stark, Ms. Marvel/Carol Danvers, Scarlet Witch, She-Hulk, Spider-Man/Peter Parker, Thor/Jane Foster, Triathlon, Vision, Wasp/Janet Van Dyne), Avengers Unity Squad (Human Torch, Rogue, Wasp/Janet Van Dyne), Ascendants (Devastator, Weather Witch), Black Widow (Natasha Romanova), Blood Rose (Richard Fisk), Bloodstorm, Bethany Cabe, Captain America (Steve Rogers), Captain Britain (Brian Braddock), Champions (Falcon/Joaquin Torres, Hulk/Amadeus Cho, Ironheart/Riri Williams, Nova/Sam Alexander, Patriot/Rayshaun Lucas, Spider-Man/Miles Morales, Viv Vision), Daredevil (Matt Murdock), Defenders (Luke Cage, Daredevil/Matt Murdock, Iron Fist, Jessica Jones), Devil Dinosaur, Doc Samson (Leonard Samson), Doctor Strange, Dreadbusters, the Dynasty (Revolutionary, Saber, Soldier One, the Star, Weather Witch), Euroforce (Baby Killer, Tiger, Tumult), Guardians of the Galaxy (Drax the Destroyer, Gamora, Rocket Raccoon, Star-Lord/Peter Quill), Hulk (Bruce Banner), Hydra, Hyperion, Inhumans, Iron Man (Tony Stark), Jury (Bomblast/Ken Parmenter, Firearm, Ramshot, Sentry/Curt Elkins, Wysper/Jenny Stewart), Dino Manelli, Arturo Maxwell, Mole Man, Moon Girl, "Foggy" Nelson, New Warriors (Firestar, Namorita, Night Thrasher/Dwayne Tayler, Nova/Richard Rider, Silhouette), Nightstalkers (Blade, Frank Drake, Hannibal King), Philip, She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters), S.H.I.E.L.D. (Contessa Valentina de la Fontaine, Dum-Dum Dugan, Nick Fury, Gabe Jones, Jasper Sitwell, others), Siege Engineers, Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Stephanie de la Spiroza, Superior Six (Chameleon, Electro/Maxwell Dillon, Mysterion, Sandman/Flint Marko, Spider-Man/Otto Octavius, Vulture/Adrian Toomes), Morris Silverman, Starbrand (Kevin Connor), Tarantula (Luis Alvarez), Ultimates (Black Panther/T’Challa, Captain Marvel/Carol Danvers, Ms. America/America Chavez, Spectrum/Monica Rambeau), Underground (Ant-Man/Scott Lang, Captain America/Sam Wilson, Giant-Man/Raz Malhotra, Hawkeye/Clint Barton, Hercules, Iron Man/Tony Stark A.I., Misty Knight, Mockingbird, Quicksilver, Shang-Chi, Thing, Tigra, USAgent), "USAvengers" (Citizen V/Roberto da Costa, Enigma/Aikku Jokinen, Iron Patriot/Toni Ho, Red Hulk/Robert Maverick, Squirrel Girl), War Machine (James Rhodes), Winter Soldier, Julie Winston, Wonder Man (Simon Williams), X-Men (Archangel, Magik, Magneto, Nightcrawler, Old Man Logan, Prestige, Kitty Pryde, Storm, Wolverine/Laura Kinney)

Known Relatives: Inapplicable

Aliases: Dreadnaughts

Base of Operations: Mobile

First Appearance: Strange Tales I#154 (March, 1967)

Powers/Abilities: The original Dreadnought possessed enhanced strength, flight (through boot jets), Darts of Doom (sharp projectiles from its fingertips), electric-charges, fire-blasters, gamma-ray projectors, ice breath (or Frigi-breath), finger missiles, laser blasts and self-repairing technology. In addition, it commanded a Hydra division called Heavy Weapons, which included access to agents with Hydra-Piller gun-ships. Dreadnoughts began to be mass produced by the Maggia after a time, maintaining much of the weaponry and adding modifications, including electric rod hands, tank treads as legs and chainsaw hands, but they were more uniformly programmed and less capable of independent thought. A later model had the Dreadnought standing 8-feet tall, weighing 2000 pounds and cast in Titanium, capable of intensive calculations, firing knuckle darts and blasting concussive energy outward. The model that fought with the New Enforcers could fire green energy from its eyes and had both electric hand-blasts and Frigi-Breath. At three times the size of the original models, the Dreadnoughts 2000 were remotely controlled by human operatives and could solidify oxygen and use it as a weapon, fire concussive bursts of water, fire concussive beams that could liquify steel and fire magnesium gas, napalm, acid, slippery oil and a gooey liquid metal. A.I.M. eventually equipped the mass-produced Dreadnoughts with the power of flight. When Ezekiel Stane revamped the Dreadnoughts in red and gold, they were capable of blowing themselves up. When Hydra ruled America briefly, they equipped the Dreadnoughts with Adaptoid technology, making them capable of adapting to super powers and equipping themselves with counter-measures to make them more effective in battle. The Dreadnought controlled by Kaizo Kobashi was regulated by voice commands and equipped with invisibility in the form of stealth-mode, a localized EMP and a self-destruct capability. R.A.I.D. designed a skyscraper-sized Dreadnought with an Adamantium alloy, capable of firing liquid nitrogen.

Some Dreadnoughts have been programmed to operate as seemingly sentient beings, capable of independent will and personalities, yet generally set to achieve a particular mission. Dreadnoughts have varied in size from the standard size to the size of ships or buildings. Many have been made from cheap, easily destroyed material while others are much more durable, ranging from Titanium to Adamantium. While most have the standard silver or grey color, others have been modeled to be more red, gold or blue.

Height: Variable (standard models were 8'0")
Weight: Variable
Eyes: Inapplicable
Hair: Inapplicable

History:
(Strange Tales I#154) – In an attempt to destroy S.H.I.E.L.D. once and for all, Hydra launched Plan D, the deadly Dreadnought, sending it to destroy the Helicarrier. The Dreadnought was 8-feet tall and equipped with offensive weaponry. Dreadnought burst through the wall then it allowed Nick Fury to take oxygen pills so that it could kill Fury himself. Dreadnought hit Fury then shot liquid fire and Darts of Doom at him but Fury managed to defend himself. As Dreadnought formed electric charges, Fury drained the energy and knocked Dreadnought down. Dreadnought bombarded Fury with gamma-rays until Fury covered its eyes, or scanner-orbs, with lead paint. As other S.H.I.E.L.D. agents rushed in, Dreadnought used his "Frigi-Breath," or ice-breath, but Fury disabled the robot with a self-destruct ring.

(Daredevil I#121 (fb) – BTS) – Hydra formed a new team of division chiefs, with a Dreadnought being selected for the Heavy Weapons division. Other divisions were led by Mentallo, the Fixer, Blackwing, Commander Kraken, Man-Killer, el Jaguar, the Fox and Jackhammer.

(Daredevil I#121) – Hydra summoned the Dreadnought and his division to dispose of "Foggy" Nelson. Dreadnought and its men opened fire on "Foggy" and his friend Matt Murdock with Hydra-Pillers (small gunships with assault rifles). Dreadnought attacked "Foggy" directly but Matt "tripped" into it, knocking it back, then Black Widow and Matt (as Daredevil) fought Dreadnought as S.H.I.E.L.D. agents held off the Hydra forces. Dreadnought wielded fire-blasters, boot-jets, gamma-rays, ice breath and self-repairing tech in his battle, putting civilians like Morris Silverman and Philip in danger. Dreadnought overpowered the heroes and kidnapped "Foggy."

(Daredevil I#123) – Dreadnought, Mentallo and Supreme Hydra/Silvermane kept "Foggy" Nelson captive in the Hydra base underneath Shea Stadium and soon, Blackwing, Man-Killer and el Jaguar brought in the captive Daredevil and Black Widow. They battled S.H.I.E.L.D. LMDs and the heroes got free. Dreadnought blasted Daredevil with flame but then Black Widow disabled it with a blow to its cooling unit.

(Iron Man I#138 (fb) – BTS) – Madame Masque, as the Director of the Maggia, stole Hydra's Dreadnought plans and began building her own.


(Iron Man I#129) – A Dreadnought broke into the mountain-base Project 13, a S.H.I.E.L.D. site that contained a doomsday device. When Nick Fury fought it, the Dreadnought easily defeated him then moved toward the machine. Iron Man attacked and the Dreadnought used lasers from his fingers, liquid flame, "Frigi-Breath" and super-strength against the hero, who fought back with repulsor rays. Iron Man turned the Dreadnought's power back on it and the robot exploded. The hero realized Madame Masque was behind it all.





(Marvel Premiere I#55) – Still under the control of the Director, a Dreadnought (bright silver with finger-lasers) was ordered to battle Wonder Man. Wonder Man beheaded the robot.

(Iron Man I#138) – Madame Masque, flanked by Dreadnoughts, worked with Spymaster in a plot against Iron Man. Madame Masque led her Dreadnoughts in to attack Tony Stark, as he changed to Iron Man, over the kidnapped unconscious form of Bethany Cabe.





(Iron Man I#139) – Flanked by two Dreadnoughts and Maggia men, Madame Masque confronted Iron Man and Bethany Cabe. When James Rhodes attacked on a forklift, the Dreadnoughts fought back. Iron Man destroyed two (one with concussive force, another with a Freon tube down its mouth) then an army of modified Dreadnoughts attacked. Modifications included electric rod hands, tank treads as legs and chainsaw hands. Iron Man crushed some with rolls of bulk paper then scrambled the electric signals of the others. Madame Masque soon retreated.

(Marvel Team-Up I#139 (fb) – BTS) – Maggia member Marcos Crusetti obtained a Dreadnought to aid him in a personal matter.

(Marvel Team-Up I#139) – An 8-foot tall, 2200-pound Dreadnought cast in Titanium successfully kidnapped the actress Julie Winston after fighting off Spider-Man by calculating his moves, firing sharp darts from its knuckles and battering the hero with concussive energy. Later, the Dreadnought remained inert on a yacht until Nick Fury approached then it attacked with liquid fire and knuckle darts. As Spider-Man took down the Maggia men who had opened fire on Fury and the Dreadnought both, the Dreadnought defeated Fury with an electric shock then Spider-Man with a punch to the face. Both heroes woke up later, tied up, and realized that Julie Winston had been behind her own kidnapping, working with Crusetti the entire time. Dino Manelli showed up and Crusetti ordered Julie killed by Dreadnought but Manelli intercepted the gunfire. The heroes escaped and fought the Dreadnought, soon defeating him by fusing his circuits with an explosive collar.

(Iron Man I#245) – Hearing about an upswing in crime in the business district related to the Maggia, Iron Man investigated and found a pack of Dreadnoughts in a warehouse invasion. The hero easily destroyed them, realizing the Dreadnoughts were inferior copies of the original.

(Incredible Hulk II#361) – Iron Man set up a meeting with Madame Masque and the Maggia, and she brought a Dreadnought to stand guard along with her men including Samuels and Spangler. Disguised as a second Dreadnought, Hulk attacked, destroying the Dreadnoughts in a battle with Hydra and A.I.M.

(Amazing Spider-Man Annual I#26) – At the Target Technologies complex in New Jersey, Spider-Man and the New Warriors (Nova, Namorita) broke in and faced a pack of Dreadnoughts (using liquid fire, eye lasers, knuckle-spikes, and "Frigi-Breath"). After a lengthy battle, the heroes defeated the robots then new model Dreadnoughts were released against them, three times the size of the original models, called the Dreadnoughts 2000.







(Spectacular Spider-Man Annual I#12) – The Dreadnoughts 2000 attacked Spider-Man, Nova and Namorita with savagery. The Dreadnoughts could solidify oxygen and use it as a weapon, fire concussive bursts of water, fire concussive beams that could liquify steel and fire magnesium gas, napalm, acid, slippery oil and a gooey liquid metal. The other New Warriors (Silhouette, Firestar, Night Thrasher) joined the fight but were also overwhelmed until Spider-Man realized the Dreadnoughts were being controlled by human operators including Carla and Frank. Once he stopped the operators, the Dreadnoughts easily fell, having not been equipped with their own operating systems yet. The heroes realized the villains behind the Dreadnoughts 2000 were A.I.M. and Justin Hammer.

(Web of Spider-Man I#99 (fb) – BTS) – Seeking to form a criminal underbase in New York City, a Dreadnought joined with Controller, Fixer, Madame Menace, Mentallo, Mr. Fear, Blitz, Dragon Man, Eel, Plant-Man, Super-Adaptoid, Tangle, Thermite and Vanisher in forming the New Enforcers.

(Web of Spider-Man I#99) – When Blitz and Eel fought Spider-Man, Vanisher teleported in Dreadnought, Super-Adaptoid and Dragon Man to help.

(Web of Spider-Man I#100) – During the battle with Spider-Man, Dreadnought fired a green energy blast from its eyes, electric blasts from its hands and freezing breath from its mouth. After it crashed into the Super-Adaptoid, Dreadnought was briefly caught in a feedback loop then it turned on the criminal Blood Rose, who had just arrived. In time, the New Enforcers were defeated.

(Nightstalkers I#16) – An early Dreadnought model (with electric hands and "Frigi-Breath") was sent to attack Borderline Investigations to eliminate Blade, Hannibal King and Frank Drake of the Nightstalkers. While the three men escaped and their headquarters burnt down, Dreadnought stole the occult weapon, the Exorcist, and returned it to Lt. Belial of the D.O.A. Belial and his scientists then created the vampiric Bloodstorm, who promptly broke free and destroyed Dreadnought.

(Nightstalkers I#17) - Bloodstorm took the Exorcist gun fromt he fallen Dreadnought and used it against Hydra.

(Venom: Sinner Takes All I#1/2 (fb) – BTS) – In the country of Boca Del Dios, the government bolstered their prison site, el Galdron, with A.I.M. technology to make it more impenetrable. They set Dreadnoughts up to defend the prison in an emergency.

(Venom: Sinner Takes All I#1/2) – When the Jury attacked el Galdron, the Dreadnoughts flew in to fight them.

(Venom: Sinner Takes All I#2/2) – The Jury managed to destroy most of the Dreadnoughts and escape from the others with la Tarantula.

(Savage Hulk I#1) – A Dreadnought was part of a large group of villains that attacked the Hulk in prison.

(Iron Man III#2 (fb) – BTS) – The Mandarin acquired a group of Dreadnoughts and gave them specific mission paramenters.

(Iron Man III#2) – Mandarin's pack of Dreadnoughts were sent to apprehend Iron Man after Tony Stark and Stephanie de la Spiroza were believed killed in a battle with the Siege Engineers.

(Iron Man III#3) – Under orders to kill all who knew of their boss, the Dreadnoughts aerially fired liquid fire and plasma bursts at Iron Man. When the Siege Engineers opened fire on the Dreadnoughts, the robots turned on them and Iron Man escaped. Later, Iron Man sought out the Dreadnoughts, who were hunting the Arms Merchant (Andreas Kapelos) and the hero blocked their cooling vents, causing them to overheat and explode.

(Avengers III#31) – When the Avengers attacked a Maggia meeting, Madame Masque unleashed a pack of Dreadnoughts against them but the robots were swiftly destroyed. The Maggia chieftans present were T.B. Smithson, Grim Reaper, Eel, Shigeru Ichihara, Caeser Cicero, Silvermane and Cyclone.

(Iron Man IV#13) - A 12' Dreadnought armed with a gattling gun and additional upgrades attacked and was taken down by pro-registration act heroes Iron Man, Spider-Man, Doc Samson and She-Hulk.

(Union Jack II#3) – A skyscraper-sized Dreadnought, made with Adamantium, was sent by R.A.I.D. to attack London.

(Union Jack II#4) – As the Dreadnought attacked the city, killing civilians, heroes Union Jack, Sabra, Contessa Valentina de la Fontaine and Arabian Knight responded. The Dreadnought briefly defeated Sabra with liquid nitrogen then Arabian Knight pierced its hide with a magical sword. Sabra ripped the unit open and, as civilians fought back against the giant, Union Jack used a flag to pierce the nitrogen inside, defeating the robot.

(Invincible Iron Man I#512) – Ezekiel Stane designed giant red and gold Dreadnoughts for the Mandarin and Mandarin sent them to attack the Three Gorges Dam in China.

(Invincible Iron Man I#513) – As Iron Man fought the revamped Dreadnoughts, he was joined by the Dynasty, China's premier super hero team. With the primary purpose of blowing up the Dam being threatened, many Dreadnoughts detonated themselves to achieve maximum damage. When War Machine joined the fight as well and the Chinese military chose to destroy the Dam themselves rather than face defeat, Iron Man stole a Dreadnought head and traced it back to Stane.

(Avengers IV#25 (fb) - BTS) - Tony Stark incorporated robots with the classic Dreadnoughts design as training robots at Avengers Tower.

(Avengers IV#25) - Captain America destroyed two Dreadnoughts during training.

(Superior Spider-Man Team-Up I#6 (fb)) – The Superior Six battled a Dreadnought on live television, narrowly defeating it.

SECRET WARS III HAPPENED

(Secret Empire I#1 (fb) – BTS) – Hydra revamped the Dreadnoughts, giving them a red flare and Adaptoid technology, making them able to formulate counter-measures to the super-powers of heroes. The Dreadnoughts were used in the conquest of the United States.

(Secret Empire I#1) – Dreadnoughts were sent after the Champions. They tracked the heroes to Las Vegas before the Champions escaped. Hydra began mass-producing thousands of Dreadnoughts.

(Captain America: Sam Wilson I#23) – A pack of Dreadnoughts under the order of Kraken tracked Captain America (Sam Wilson), members of the Underground (Mockingbird, Hercules, Ant-Man, Quicksilver) and a group of refugee Inhumans. In Subterranea, the robots attacked the heroes and refugees in front of Mole Man and his monsters and the robots were soon trapped in a cave-in.

(Secret Empire I#7) – Dreadnoughts put members of the Champions under arrest.

(Captain America VIII#25) – Dreadnoughts joined the Hydra forces in attacks on New Tian and Wakanda, fighting some of the X-Men and the Black Panther.

(Secret Empire I#9) – The Dreadnoughts joined Hydra and the Hydra High Council in final battle for the fate of the country against an assembly of heroes including the Champions, Avengers, USAvengers, Ultimates, Avengers Unity Squad, Defenders, Guardians of the Galaxy, Euroforce, the Ascendants, Alpha Flight, Winter Soldier, Dr. Strange, Hyperion, Starbrand, Captain Britain, the X-Men, the Underground, Captain America and others. Viv Vision managed to use an Arnim Zola virus against them, shutting the robots down.

(A Year of Marvels: August Infinite Comic I#1) – A Dreadnought, one capable of going invisible on stealth-mode, was for sale at the auction held by Kaizo Kobashi with attendees including Reb Davis, Arturo Maxwell and Nick Fury in disguise. The Dreadnought demonstrated its strength, durability, flame-throwers and a localized EMP, following Kobashi's voice commands. The Dreadnought lashed out at the crowd around him until Fury used an image inducer to take Kobashi's form, taking control of Dreadnought briefly and turning him on the crowd. In the end, Kobashi told Dreadnought to self-destruct if Arturo Maxwell moved. He soon did and the Dreadnought exploded.

Comments: Created by Roy Thomas and Jim Steranko.

The Dreadnoughts received profiles in Marvel Encylopedia: Spider-Man and Marvel Knights, Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe I#4 and Iron Manual Mark 3#1.

A dreadnought is defined as a battleship from the earlier 20th century, known for its speed and offensive weaponry. (It’s also defined as a heavy overcoat).

The Dreadnoughts were sometimes spelled as Dreadnaughts. I maintained the spelling with the O instead of the A for the purpose of this profile.

Title image cleaned up by Ron Fredricks. Nightstalkers I#17, Iron Man IV#13 and Avengers IV#25 added by Markus Raymond.

Profile by Chadman.

CLARIFICATIONS:
The Dreadnoughts should not be confused with:


Morris Silverman & Phillip

(Daredevil I#121) – Morris Silverman and Philip were discussing their recent encounters in court when they saw a Dreadnought battling Daredevil and Black Widow and the civilians chose to flee.






--Daredevil I#121


images: (without ads)
Iron Manual Mark 3#1, p13, Dreadnought entry (Dreadnought, main image)

Strange Tales I#154, p5, pan1 (Dreadnought with Fury)
Strange Tales I#154, p1, pan1 (Dreadnought caption)
Daredevil I#121, p9, pan3 (Dreadnought, with Hydra)
Iron Man I#129, cover (versus Iron Man)
Marvel Premiere I#55, p16, pan1 (versus Wonder Man)
Iron Man I#139, p9, pan4 (modified Dreadnought army)
Marvel Team-Up I#139, p1, pan1 (Titanium Dreadnought)
Amazing Spider-Man Annual I#26, p25, pan1 (knuckle-spikes against Nova)
Spectacular Spider-Man Annual I#12, p1, pan1-2 (Dreadnoughts 2000)
Venom: Sinner Takes All I#1, p37, pan1 (flying Dreadnoughts)
Invincible Iron Man I#512, p12, pan1 (Stane Dreadnoughts)
Secret Empire I#1, p11, pan1 (Hydra Dreadnoughts)
Daredevil I#121, p16, pan5 (Morris Silverman and Philip)


Appearances:
Strange Tales I#154 (March, 1967) – Roy Thomas, Jim Steranko (writers), Jim Steranko (artist), Stan Lee (editor)
Daredevil I#121, 123 (May, July, 1975) – Tony Isabella (writer), Bob Brown (penciler), Vince Colletta (inker), Len Wein (editor)
Iron Man I#129 (December, 1979) – Jim Shooter, Bob Layton, Roger Stern, David Michelinie (writers), Sal Buscema (penciler), Joe Rubinstein, Bob Wiacek, Roberto Villamonte, Al Gordon, Eduardo Berreto (inkers), Roger Stern (editor)
Marvel Premiere I#55 (August, 1980) – David Michelinie, Bob Layton (writers), Ron Wilson (penciler), Joe Sinnott (inker), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Iron Man I#138 (September, 1980) – David Michelinie, Bob Layton (writers), Bob Layton (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Iron Man I#139 (October, 1980) – David Michelinie, Bob Layton (writers), Bob Layton (penciler/inker), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Marvel Team-Up I#139 (March, 1984) – Cary Burkett (writer), Brian Postman (penciler), Mike Esposito (inker), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
Iron Man I#245 (August, 1989) – David Michilinie, Bob Layton (writers), Paul Smith (penciler), Ray Richardson (inker), Howard Mackie (editor)
Incredible Hulk I#361 (November, 1989) – Peter David (writer), Jeff Purves (penciler), Marie Severin (inker), Bobbie Chase (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man Annual I#26 (June, 1992) – David Michelinie (writer), Scott McDaniel (penciler), Keith Williams (inker), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
Spectacular Spider-Man Annual I#12 (June, 1992) – David Michelinie (writer), Scott McDaniel (penciler), Keith Williams (inker), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
Web of Spider-Man I#99 (April, 1993) – Terry Kavanagh (writer), Derek Yaniger, Alex Saviuk, Joe Rubestein (artists), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
Web of Spider-Man I#100 (May, 1993) – Terry Kavanagh (writer), Alex Saviuk (penciler), Joe Rubinstein (inker), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
Nightstalkers I#16-17 (March-April, 1994) – Frank Lovece (writer), Ed Murr (penciler), Frank Turner (inker), Chris Cooper (editor)
Venom: Sinner Takes All I#1/2-2/2 (August-September, 1995) – Dan Slott (writer), John Calimee (penciler), Greg Adams (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Savage Hulk I#1 (January, 1996) – Peter David (writer), Mike McKone (penciler), Mark McKenna (inker), James Felder (editor)
Iron Man III#2 (March, 1998) – Kurt Busiek (writer), Sean Chen (penciler), Eric Cannon, Sean Parsons, Al Milgrom (inkers), Bobbie Chase (editor)
Iron Man III#3 (April, 1998) – Kurt Busiek (writer), Sean Chen (penciler), Eric Cannon, Troy Hubbs, Sean Parsons (inkers), Bobbie Chase (editor)
Avengers III#31 (August, 2000) – Kurt Busiek (writer), George Perez (penciler), Al Vey (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Iron Man IV#13 (December, 2006) - Daniel & Charles Knauf (writers), Patrick Zircher (penciler), Scott Hanna (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Union Jack II#3-4 (January-February, 2007) – Christos Gage (writer), Mike Perkins (penciler), Andrew Hennessy (inker), Andy Schmidt (editor)
Invincible Iron Man I#512-513 (March-April, 2012) – Matt Fraction (writer), Salvador Larrocca (artist), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Avengers IV#25 (June, 2012) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Walter Simonson (penciler), Scott Hanna (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Superior Spider-Man Team-Up I#6 (January, 2014) – Christopher Yost (writer), Marco Checchetto (artist), Sana Amanat (editor)
A Year of Marvels: August Infinite Comic I#1 (October, 2016) – Chad Bowers, Chris Sims (writers), Brian Level (artist), Darren Shan, Jordan White, Nick Lowe (editors)
Secret Empire I#1 (July, 2017) – Nick Spencer (writer), Steve McNiven (penciler), Jay Leisten (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Captain America: Sam Wilson I#23 (August, 2017) – Nick Spencer (writer), Joe Bennett (penciler), Joe Pimentel (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Secret Empire I#7 (September, 2017) – Nick Spencer (writer), Andrea Sorrentino (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Captain America VIII#25 (Octobe, 2017) – Nick Spencer (writer), Jesus Saiz, Joe Bennett (pencilers), Joe Pimentel (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Secret Empire I#9 (October, 2017) – Nick Spencer (writer), Red Reis, Joe Bennett, Leinil Francis Yu (pencilers), Joe Pimentel, Jerry Alanguilan (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)


First Posted: 08/25/2018
Last updated: 08/29/2018

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