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HYBRID

Real Name: James "Jimmy" Marks

Identity/Class: Human mutant/extraterrestrial (Dire Wraith) hybrid

Occupation: Would-be world conqueror

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: None; formerly Brotherhood of Evil Mutants (Destiny/Irene Adler, Mystique/Raven Darkholme, Rogue), Jeb Hodges, Doctor Hunsinger, Doctor John Stennis

Enemies: Avengers Academy (Butterball/Emery Schaub, Finesse/Jeanne Foucault, Giant-Man/Henry Pym, Hawkeye/Clint Barton, Hazmat/Jennifer Takeda, Jocasta, Mettle/Ken Mack, Lightspeed/Julie Power, Quicksilver/Pietro Maximoff, Reptil/Humberto Lopez, Juston Seyfert, She-Hulk/Lyra, Striker/Brandon Sharpe, Tigra/Greer Nelson, White Tiger/Ava Ayala, X-23/Laura Kinney), Evolutionaries, High Evolutionary (Herbert Edgar Wyndham), New Mutants (Cannonball/Sam Guthrie, Magma/Amara Aquilla, Magik/Illyana Rasputin, Sunspot/Roberto Da Costa, Wolfsbane/Rahne Sinclair), Nova (Sam Alexander), Rom, Starshine (Brandy Clark), Torpedo (Brock Jones), X-Man (Nate Grey), X-Men (Colossus/Piotr Rasputin, Nightcrawler/Kurt Wagner, Professor X/Charles Xavier Sprite/Kitty Pryde, Storm/Ororo Munroe, Wolverine/James "Logan" Howlett)

Known Relatives: Marjorie Seaton-Marks (mother, deceased), "Jacob Marks" (father, deceased)

Aliases: "John Doe" (name given by the Institute for Abnormal Psychology), "foul half-caste" (nickname used by Rom)

Base of Operations: Unrevealed;
                                  formerly Albuquerque, New Mexico;
                                  formerly Limbo;
                                  formerly Avengers Academy, California;
                                  formerly the Institute for Abnormal Psychology, Tupper Lake, New York;
                                  formerly an orphanage in Clairton, West Virginia;
                                  formerly a church in Cameron County, Kentucky;
                                  formerly his parents' farm in Clairton, West Virginia

First Appearance: Rom I#17 (April, 1981)

Powers/Abilities: Said to be the first hybrid offspring of a human mutant and a Dire Wraith, Marks is a super strong (class 10, possibly higher) semi-humanoid being that can assume human guise. Hybrid possesses several psionic and magical abilities. Among them: telepathy, telekinesis and the power to prevent others from using their own superhuman gifts. He can alter the weather, generate ice and snow, levitate and cause people to age rapidly. Whether these powers stem from psionic or magical abilities is not revealed. Hybrid can shift between his human and Dire Wraith form within seconds. His true form has been described as "ghastly" and "gelatinous" and exudes a foul odor akin to rotting flesh. Because of its unique alien nature, Hybrid was resistant to Rom's neutralizer on banishment setting. Though his molecules could be dispersed, Hybrid was able to reform on numerous occasions. Psychotic and gleefully evil, the Hybrid is a sinister schemer who takes great pleasure in torturing humans.

Height: 5'2" (as Marks), 9'0" (as Hybrid)
Weight: 135 lbs. (as Marks), 350 lbs. (as Hybrid)
Eyes: Blue (as Marks), yellow (as Hybrid)
Hair: Blond (as Marks), bald (as Hybrid)

History:

(Rom I#17 (fb) ) - James "Jimmy" Marks was born from a Dire Wraith father (disguised as farmer Jacob Marks) and Marjorie Seaton-Marks. He grew up on a farm outside of Clairton, West Virginia. When he was in his early teens, a group of strange people (actually disguised Wraiths) came to the farm and forced Jacob Marks to take them to Jimmy. Insisting they spent time with the boy in private, the Wraiths opened Jimmy's mind to his Dire Wraith ancestry. Now fully aware of his legacy and powers, Marks eagerly embraced the evil of the Dire Wraith race much to the horror of his parents. Marks quickly developed a cruel streak, experimenting with his powers by killing all the farm animals, forcing his father to shed his human form and even aging his mother 50 years when he didn't care for her cooking. His antics drew the attention of family Dr. John Stennis who dropped by the Marks farm for a house call only to run away in sheer terror after seeing Jimmy's true form. Marks spent the rest of his day patiently waiting in his room for the Dire Wraiths to return and teach him more.

(Rom I#17 - BTS) - The Spaceknight Rom remained in Clairton to investigate the ongoing Dire Wraith invasion of the town. At the same time in New York, the mutant detecting device Cerebro picked up Hybrid's signature. This led Charles Xavier to send some of his X-Men down to West Virginia to investigate the matter.

(Rom I#17) - Accompanied by his friends Brandy Clark and Steve Jackson, Rom paid a visit to the Marks farm to find the aged Marjorie and her Dire Wraith husband Jacob. After determining Jacob wasn't behind the dead farm animals or his wife's condition, Rom went in to confront Hybrid who welcomed him warmly even though he had turned the entire house into an ice cavern. Even the experienced Wraith fighter was horrified when Hybrid showed his true visage in the light of Rom's weapon. Hybrid used his telekinesis to tear the room apart, attacking Rom with the debris and proudly declaring that as the offspring of two races he was already mightier than both. Frustrated by his father trying to appeal to his human side, Hybrid callously killed Jacob Marks by stabbing him with a pitchfork. He then focused all his attention on Rom, promising to crack open his armor like a crab's. Fed up, Rom materialized his neutralizer but rather than kill Hybrid he decided to banish the boy out of respect for his father. Much to his surprise, the banishment setting didn't affect Hybrid because of his alien nature. Rom poured on the power, but Hybrid laughed it all off even as the Marks family farm was ripped to shreds. Left with no other course of action, Rom vowed to kill Hybrid. But just as he said that, the X-Men arrived. Having sensed their approach, Hybrid quickly took on his innocent looking human form, thereby making the Galadorian seem like the villain to beat.

(Rom I#18) - While the other X-Men engaged Rom, Ariel (Kitty Pryde) was taking care of Hybrid, unaware that he was secretly whipping up a massive blizzard even Storm couldn't control. During the fight, Hybrid read all the combatants' thoughts in preparation of joining the fray. At the height of the blizzard, he decided to shed his human form to attack Ariel. Rom saw what was happening and tried to intervene, but was left weakened when Ariel accidentally phased through him and disrupted his systems. Mocking the Spaceknight, Hybrid wondered how he would kill his opponent, easily avoiding another Neutralizer blast. Colossus heard the blast and homed in on it, fearing for Kitty's life. He attacked Hybrid, who effortlessly used his telepathy to force Piotr to assume his human form while he telekinetically proceeded to strangle him. Hybrid left Colossus for dead, even though Nightcrawler arrived to reanimate him. Instead, he sought out Ariel who he had deemed "a fitting receptacle for his first experiment in crossbreeding". Terrified and disgusted, she ran away. In the end, they ran into Wolverine who was fighting Rom in the blizzard. Spotting the Hybrid again, Rom trained his neutralizer on his enemy only to have it slammed out of his hands. After Wolverine unsuccessfully tried to wield the Neutralizer, Kitty managed to get the device to work (having phased through Rom earlier caused her molecules to be attuned enough to fire it). Following Rom's instructions, Kitty turned the Neutralizer to its highest setting which seemingly resulted in both Hybrid and Rom getting banished to Limbo.

(Rom I#31) - After an undisclosed amount of time, Hybrid managed to reform himself and reappeared on Earth near his family farm just as Torpedo (Brock Jones) was passing by. Detecting the presence of a Dire Wraith thanks to his Rom-enhanced visor, Torpedo engaged the mysterious creature. Even though the Torpedo ironically tried to attack Hybrid with the same pitchfork once used to kill his father Jacob, he was no match for the monstrous villain. Sparing the hero for some reason, Hybrid decided to hole up in a nearby abandoned mansion.

(Rom I#31 - BTS) - On the run from the authorities following a jailbreak, Destiny, Mystique and Rogue were flying until an unexpected snowstorm forced them to seek shelter. Landing near Hybrid's mansion, they ignored the precognitive Destiny's warnings of horror that waited for them.

(Rom I#31) - Rogue busted open the doors of the mansion, leading Mystique and Destiny in only to be disgusted by the sight and smell of Hybrid. Amused, he asked Destiny to tell the others his name without going mad. The old seer complied, exclaiming "Horror, thy name is Hybrid!".

(Rom I#32) - Facing Hybrid, Mystique asked Destiny to see what the creature was. Overwhelmed by it's evil nature, all Irene saw of the future was death. However, after a brief altercation Destiny sensed that Hybrid and the Brotherhood shared two common enemies: the X-Men and Rom, who was already looking for them following their escape from Windurst prison. Forging a temporary alliance, the three mutant women were not aware of the fact their new ally planned to use them as breeding stock for his own race of mutant/Dire Wraith hybrids. A few hours later, some of the chain gang prisoners who had escaped after the Brotherhood's initial encounter with Rom chanced upon the mansion where Hybrid and the others were holed up. Instantly sensing her earlier vision about horror and death coming to pass, Destiny and her fellow Brotherhood members watched helplessly as Hybrid killed the foursome by telekinetically ripping all the flesh from their bones. Their alliance was about to fall apart, especially when Adler sensed and told the others what Hybrid was planning for them. Deciding to work together, during the fight Hybrid was touched by Rogue. Disgusted by his foul essence, she absorbed enough of his psychic powers to fight him off. Hybrid then turned to face Rom. Reading the Spaceknight's memory circuits, he shifted into people he held dear, including Rom's own pre-transformation form. Rom almost fell for Hybrid when he became his ladylove Brandy Clark and tried to approach him to get close enough for a lethal attack. That plan was interrupted by the arrival of the real Brandy Clark. In the end, Rogue once again touched Hybrid to drain enough of his power so that Rom's Neutralizer could affect him. Pushing the weapon to full power, Rom evaporated his opponent.

(Rom Annual#3 (fb) - BTS) - Surviving in Limbo as a bodiless essence, Hybrid after a while managed to escape the realm by leaving through one of the portals Rom's Neutralizer creates to banish other Dire Wraiths. Once he was back on Earth, Hybrid came upon a congregation baptizing its members in a nearby river. Deciding to take advantage of the situation, Hybrid took on the form of a young adolescent and suddenly appeared among the faithful. Believing it to be a miracle, the preacher took Hybrid in and planned to raise him as his own. Hybrid rapidly showed his true colors and took over the church as his personal pleasure palace.

(Rom Annual#3 - BTS) - Hybrid's return was picked up by one of the psychics working for the Wraith-Hunters. She was sent into mind-shock when she sensed his evil essence, shouting "the horror!", which reminded Rom and Starshine of their encounter with Hybrid. They went out to investigate, reaching the church only to find the terrified preacher before Hybrid himself showed up. At around the same time, Professor X and the New Mutants were on a road trip visiting Cannonball's Kentucky family when they were caught in a roadblock caused by a freak wildfire. They couldn't help but notice that amidst the blaze stood a church totally unscathed by the inferno.

(Rom Annual#3) - In that very same church Hybrid fought Starshine and Rom, using his various powers to keep them at bay. He even forced Rom's armor and weapons to turn against him, even banishing the hero to Limbo. He then attacked Starshine, undoing the Wraith spell that locked her inside her Spaceknight armor in preparation of making her his mind-controlled mate. He also sensed the nearby New Mutants and decided the female teenagers would also make excellent breeding stock. He engaged the team, but only Magik managed to escape to Limbo. There, she ran into Rom who was fighting all the Dire Wraiths he'd banished over the years. After defeating the Wraiths, Illyana returned Rom to Earth where they resumed their battle against Hybrid. In the end, Magik's soulsword dazed Hybrid long enough for Starshine to recover. Furious, she used Rom's Neutralizer (with Xavier shielding her telepathically from its failsafes) to fire on Hybrid until the villain seemingly perished once again.

(Rom I#62 (fb) - BTS) - Mutant inventor Forge was approached by the American government to help deal with the Wraith threat by creating an arsenal of Neutralizer style weapons, based on Rom's Galadorian technology. Because Rom faced a wide variety of Wraith-based threats such as Hybrid, there was a need for several different weapons.

(Rom I#66 - BTS) - After Rom and the heroes of Earth banded together to finally beat back the Dire Wraith invasion, the remaining Wraith were quarantined. Remembering their long struggle a day after their victory, Rom's frequent fights against Hybrid were touched on.

(X-Man#31 (fb) ) - Using a supreme effort to restore his physical form on the earthly plane, most of Hybrid's mind was left shattered. Taking on the form of a small child, he was discovered by a trucker called Jeb Hodges who took the seemingly amnesiac boy to the nearest hospital for medical treatment. Labelled "John Doe", the common name given to people that couldn't remember anything about their past, Hybrid was placed in an orphanage near his home town in Clairton, West Virginia. Using his powers, Hybrid caused the place to blow up several days later, making sure he was the only survivor. Rescue workers took him in for examination, after preliminary research it was determined he had two distinct personalities: one quiet, introverted and nearly catatonic and the other was that of a man possessed, ranting, raving and cursing up a storm. He was transferred to New York's Institute For Abnormal Psychology.

(X-Man#31 - BTS) - Figuring his shattered psyche needed an experienced telepath's touch, Hybrid began to send subconscious signals to any nearby telepathic minds, influencing them to be sympathetic to his plight. These messages began to invade the dreams of the potent telepath X-Man (Nate Grey).

(X-Man#31) - Hybrid's summons led Nate Grey to the
Institute For Abnormal Psychology. Using his powers to convince his caregivers like Dr. Hunsinger he was actually one of the boy's relative, X-Man was allowed to see the boy. Still believing the boy was an innocent, X-Man used his powers to fix the splintering of his core personality which restored Hybrid to normal. Now back to his usual evil self, the villain attacked X-Man who was barely able to defend himself until he reached back into Hybrid's mind to connect with the part of him that was still the innocent boy before the Dire Wraiths corrupted him. Absorbing and empowered by that essence of innocence, X-Man blasted Hybrid and reduced him to ashes. Watching the smoking pile, X-Man figured that even though he couldn't detect any traces of the villain's psi-patterns anymore, there was a very real possibility he could reform himself again. Still, Grey felt that next time he was ready for the villain.

(House of M I#8 - BTS) - Hybrid was one of the victims of the Scarlet Witch's reality altering spell that reduced the millions of gene active mutants to less than 200 worldwide.

(New Avengers I#17 - BTS) - Hybrid's mutant energies became part of the Collective and ended up killing, among others, several members of Alpha Flight.

(New Avengers I#18 - BTS) - SHIELD analyzed the Collective's multiple energy signatures and traced them back to Hybrid and 50+ other former mutants who had all lost their powers on M-Day.

(Avengers Academy I#23 - BTS) - Eventually reforming himself in California with his powers intact (see comments), Hybrid found himself in skid row. He kept his true form a secret even when he was being targeted by the mutant hunting Purifiers. His plight was noticed by the nearby Avengers Academy.

(Avengers Academy I#23) - Hybrid, pretending he had no idea who they were, was saved by Avengers Hawkeye, Reptil (actually possessed by his future persona), Tigra, Henry Pym and Quicksilver. Claiming he was an orphan, he got them to take him back to Avengers Academy where he fed them false background information about being orphaned after his parents, prejudiced against mutants, died. After checking and confirming the boy was indeed Jimmy Marks from West Virginia and with a vote of confidence from Reptil, Pym invited Jimmy to join the Avengers Academy. Reptil even offered to take Jimmy to his room, but as soon as they were out of sight of their teachers it became clear both teens knew who they were. Showing his true form, Hybrid wanted to know why Reptil had allowed him to come to the Academy. The time-tossed Reptil told Hybrid that he had a vested interest in him being at the Academy and that he allowed him free reign to kill and feed on the entire student body except for a few people he had need for in order to prevent a most dire future.

(Avengers Academy I#24) - In order to keep his dual identity a secret, Reptil made it a point to have Hybrid use his telepathy on any member of the Academy that might be suspicious. As such, he lured Juston Seyfert, whose pet Sentinel had determined "Jimmy" was part alien, to meet with him. Though it pained him not to feed on the teenager, Hybrid obeyed Reptil's orders and allowed him to go free, telling his Sentinel that Jimmy was an okay guy after all. Next, Reptil brought in Tigra whose ultra sensitive nose picked up Hybrid's putrid fragrance but was still unable to resist. Briefly stunning her with his powers, he had a quick snack on her magic essence but refused to feed on her because he deemed her worthy breeding stock. However, he did want to know more about the White Tiger and her magic amulets, forcing Reptil to go and find out more about her because he hungered.

(Avengers Academy I#24 - BTS) - Walking the campus, Reptil sent Butterball to see Hybrid, figuring the invulnerable recruit might satiate him. Unbeknownst to him, Hybrid had already lured Striker (Brandon Sharpe), She-Hulk (Lyra), Lightspeed (Julie Power) and the White Tiger (Ava Ayala) to him.

(Avengers Academy I#24) - When Hybrid tried to feed on the White Tiger, the mystical amulets around her neck caused a nasty backlash that startled the Dire Wraith and freed the others from his spell. Even though Reptil tried to intervene, the White Tiger proved more powerful and beat him back. Hybrid expected Reptil to rally and fight on his behalf, but was disappointed when the future-self-possessed hero found he couldn't bring himself to have his young friends devoured by Hybrid even if it secured the timeline that would see the birth of his daughter. Reptil even put out a general alert, calling all active Avengers to rally against the villain. Invigorated by the strength he already drew from his prisoners, Hybrid also quickly absorbed powerful energies from Reptil and the White Tiger. Brimming with power, he defiantly declared he was ready to gorge himself on whoever was coming to oppose him.

(Avengers Academy I#24 - BTS) - X-23 was among the first to respond to the alarm, but Hybrid used his mental powers to turn her into his pawn. As such, he was even able to take down the rapid Quicksilver.

(Avengers Academy I#24) - When the other teachers and students responded to the alarm, Hybrid sent the mind-controlled X-23, White Tiger and Reptil against them, while he held the still unconscious Quicksilver in his claws.

(Avengers Academy I#25) - Hybrid arrogantly oversaw the battle his mind-controlled pawns were engaged in until Reptil, because of his future mind, managed to regain a measure of control. Figuring that Hybrid seemed fearful of the White Tiger's magic talismen, he slammed her into the villain using his giant dinosaur tail. The collision did short-circuit Hybrid's power over his minions for a moment, allowing Henry Pym to come up with a plan of action even as Juston Seyfert had his Sentinel attack the villain. While Hybrid focused his attention on the Sentinel, using his telekinesis to strip most of the robot down to its basic parts, Pym researched the villain's history. Concluding he could be banished to Limbo in much the same way Rom's Neutralizer functioned, he had Quicksilver rapidly assemble a dimensional gateway primed to deliver their quarry to Limbo. A well placed blast by Juston's Sentinel (powered and directed by Jocasta) sent the menace back to Limbo.

(New Warriors V#1) - Reforming himself on Earth once again, Hybrid was determined to claim some of the weaponry left behind by Thanos, following the Titan's latest, failed attempt to conquer the planet. Just as he was getting ready to take the machinery from a depot in Albuquerque, New Mexico he was attacked by Nova (Sam Alexander). They fought for a while, with Nova having difficulty coping with Hybrid's gross odor and appearance until the villain tried a different tactic by shifting back to his human form and acting innocent. Before Nova could be tricked, the High Evolutionary and the Evolutionaries arrived to take the halfbreed down, claiming he was an affront to purity.

Comments: Created by Bill Mantlo (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils & inks).

Talk about a genuinely scary threat... Generously borrowing from the H.P. Lovecraft story "The Dunwich Horror", Bill Mantlo crafted the origin story of Hybrid.

According to Avengers Academy writer Christos Gage, Hybrid regained his powers after M-Day after Wraithworld returned to our cosmos in 2006's Annihilation cosmic crossover.

Hybrid received profiles in All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe#5 (2006) and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z HC#5 (2008)

Profile by Norvo.

CLARIFICATIONS:
Hybrid should not be confused with


Marjorie Seaton-Marks

Pretty and young farmgirl Marjorie Seaton met and fell in love with Jacob Marks, an alleged transient farmer who really was a disguised Dire Wraith stranded on Earth. Returning her feelings, the Wraith married Marjorie and settled down with her on a farm outside Clairton, West Virginia. As the years passed, Marjorie gave birth to their only child: James "Jimmy" Marks who grew up normal enough until one day her husband returned with a group of strange people (actually disguised Dire Wraiths who had come to claim the child for themselves). They took Jimmy to a separate room where they opened his mind to the true evil of the Dire Wraith mystical legacy. As a result, Marjorie learned of her husband's true alien origins but soon had to deal with a far more serious threat. Now in control of his growing psionic and arcane powers and developing a cruel, evil streak, Marjorie was helpless before her son's capricious whims. He killed all the farm animals out of spite and when he was displeased by her cooking, he aged his 38 year old mother fifty years until she was near death. It was in this state that the Marks family doctor John Stennis found her during a house call. Eventually, the Galadorian Space Knight Rom came to the Marks farm to confront the Dire Wraith threat he sensed, mistaking Marjorie's husband Jacob as the culprit. Before he went inside to confront Jimmy, he sent Marjorie away into the care of his friend Brandy Clarke. Marjorie died of old age soon afterwards, even as her husband was murdered by her son.

--Rom I#17







"Jacob Marks"

In 1940, the Wraith who would become known as Jacob Marks accidentally crashed his Drakillar figher-craft on Earth. With no means of contacting his homeworld, he was forced to assimilate in the local population of Clairton, West Virginia. Using his shapeshifting powers, he assumed the identity of migrant farmer Jacob Marks. He settled on a farm outside of town and, to help his cover story, began to date the beautiful local girl Marjorie Seaton who he really fell in love with. After they were wed, Marjorie bore him a son, Jimmy who appeared normal enough. As the years passed he almost forgot his alien origins. That is, until the Dire Wraith reached Earth and picked up on Jimmy Marks' hybrid energies and potential. The Wraiths came to the Marks' farm and ordered Jacob to take them to their son. Obeying out of a centuries old sense of blind obedience, Marks complied and allowed the Wraith sorcerers to initiate Jimmy into the secrets of Dire Wraith arcane ancestry. This process turned him utterly evil, using his newfound powers to kill the farm animals, age his mother and starve his father to the point he could barely hold his human form anymore. Eventually, Rom the Space Knight came to the Marks farm, initially mistaking Jacob as the Wraith responsible for Marjorie and the animals' fate. In the fight that ensued between Rom and Hybrid, the son decided to kill his dad by telekinetically stabbing him with a pitchfork.

-- Rom I#17








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All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z#5, p39, pan1 (main image)
Rom I#17, p11, pan1 (initiated in the Dire Wraith ways)
Rom I#32, p21, pans3&4 (defeated thanks to Rogue)
Rom Annual#3, p33, pans6,7,8 (ready to claim the New Mutants)
X-Man#31, p16, pans1&2 (uses X-Man to free himself)
Avengers Academy I#24, p6, pan1 (not feeding on Juston Sweyfert)
Avengers Academy I#25, p20, pans1&2 (returned to Limbo)
Rom I#17, p3, pan6 (Marjorie Marks)
Rom I#17, p8, pans4&5 (Jacob Marks)


Appearances:
Rom I#17 (April, 1981)
- Bill Mantlo (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils & inks), Jo Duffy (editor)
Rom I#18 (May, 1981) - Bill Mantlo (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Al Milgrom & Frank Giacoia (inks), Jo Duffy (editor)
Rom I#31 (June, 1982) - Bill Mantlo (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Joe Sinnott (inks), Al Milgrom & Ann Nocenti (editors)
Rom I#32 (July, 1982) - Bill Mantlo (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Joe Sinnott (inks), Ann Nocenti (editor)
Rom Annual#3 (November, 1984) - Bill Mantlo (writer), William Johnson (pencils), Ian Akin & Brian Garvey (inks), Mike Carlin (editor)
Rom I#62 (January, 1985) - Bill Mantlo (writer), Steve Ditko (pencils), Ian Akin & Brian Garvey (inks), Mike Carlin (editor)
Rom I#66 (May, 1985) - Bill Mantlo (writer), Steve Ditko (pencils), Steve Leialoha (inks), Mike Carlin (editor)
X-Man#31 (October, 1997) - Mark Bernardo (writer), Rick Leonardi (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Jaye Gardner (editor)
House of M I#8 (December, 2005) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Olivier Coipel (pencils), John Dell, Scott Hanna, Tim Townsend (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers I#17 (May, 2006) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Mike Deodato Jr. (pencils), Joe Pimentel (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers I#18 (June, 2006) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Mike Deodato Jr. (pencils), Joe Pimentel (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers Academy I#23 (February, 2012) - Christos Gage (writer), Tom Raney (pencils), Scott Hanna (inks), Bill Rosemann (editor)
Avengers Academy I#24 (March, 2012) - Christos Gage (writer), Tom Grummett (pencils), Cory Hamscher (inks), Bill Rosemann (editor)
Avengers Academy I#25 (April, 2012) - Christos Gage (writer), Tom Grummettt (pencils),  Cory Hamscher (inks), Bill Rosemann (editor)
New Warriors V#1 (February, 2014) - Christopher Yost (writer), Marcus To (pencils), David Curiel (inks), Sana Amanat (editor)


Last updated: 10/17/15

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