Real Name: (first name unrevealed) Beacham
Occupation: Administrative assistant at Parker Industries
Group Membership: Parker Industries (Peter Parker, others)
Affiliations: The Avengers (Captain America/Sam Wilson, Hercules/Heracles, Thor/Jane Foster, Wasp/Nadia), Peter Parker
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: The Baxter Building, New York City, New York, USA
First Appearance: Avengers VI#1 (January, 2017)
Powers/Abilities: Ms. Beacham was a skilled
office assistant. She carried with her a small control device that
could access some of the Baxter Building showroom features, such as
activating a table to rise from the floor for display of items.
Height: 5'0" (by approximation)
Weight: 95 lbs. (by approximation)
History: (Avengers VI#1) - When Peter Parker summoned the Avengers to the Baxter Building, he introduced himself and announced that he had an offer for them, asking Ms. Beacham to give the Avengers a comfortable place to sit down. Assuring Parker she was on it, Beacham clicked a remote and chairs popped up out of the floor for the Avengers to sit in. After the Avengers appeared skeptical and Parker offered to fund the team in Tony Stark's absence, Ms. Beacham quietly reminded Parker about his newly-designed Quinjet, prompting Parker to have Ms. Beacham click the remote once more, revealing a stealth Quinjet design floating above their heads. Beacham then accompanied Parker as he showed the Avengers the Baxter Building's facilities and during the tour, Parker introduced Beacham as the Avengers' full-time administrative assistant should they decide to use the Baxter Building as their new headquarters, prompting Wasp (Nadia) to get angry and exclaim that the Avengers already had an assistant in the form of Edwin Jarvis. When Wasp recognized Parker as a "friend of that awful Spider-Man," Parker slyly blamed the entire presentation on Spider-Man, claiming that Spider-Man had suggested the meeting as a way of making amends for his side on the recent civil war amongst the local heroes, and when Parker began to sweat, Beacham reminded Parker to mention the city view from the Baxter Building. Parker did just that, showcasing how the Avengers could see any trouble from the Baxter Building, and when Hercules pointed out a far-off explosion, the Avengers left to handle the situation and Parker exclaimed that he just remembered some statements for the board on his desk and ordered Ms. Beacham to go print up four dozen copies of the statements. Unaware that Parker was attempting to get her out of the room so he could change into Spider-Man and join the Avengers in checking out the explosion, Beacham reluctantly left and said she could print the copies if it was that much of a rush.
(Avengers VI#1.MU - BTS) - Ms. Beacham phoned Peter
Parker to remind him to check in on his flight to Berlin that was to
leave in eight hours for the Kubert Conference, unaware that Peter was
meeting with a criminal informant as Spider-Man. Admitting he had
almost forgot about the Conference, Parker thanked Beacham and she
jokingly said it was her job to be his walking-talking external memory
unit. When Parker got delayed fighting giant monsters as Spider-Man, he
phoned Ms. Beacham, who informed Parker that he was late but before
Beacham could reschedule anything, Parker yelled that he had to go,
apologized and ended the call. Once the monsters had been defeated,
Spider-Man called Ms. Beacham back and Beacham informed Parker that
while he had missed his flight to Berlin, his private jet was waiting
on the tarmac. She then informed Parker that he would be late for the
Berlin conference but assured Parker she could reschedule his
appearance there, prompting Parker to instead have Beacham cancel the
appearance and any appointments for the following week.
Comments: Created by Mark Waid and Mike del Mundo.
Profile by Proto-Man.
Mrs. Beacham has No KNOWN connections to:
images: (without ads)
Avengers VI#1, p6, pan3 (Ms. Beacham, main image)
Avengers VI#1, p7, pan3 (Ms. Beacham whispering in Peter Parker's ear)
Avengers VI#1, p10, pan3 (Ms. Beacham being rushed off to make copies)
Avengers VI#1 (January, 2017) - Mark Waid (writer), Mike del Mundo (art), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers VI#1.MU (March, 2017) - Jim Zub (writer), Sean Izaakse (art), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Last updated: 03/05/18
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