Membership: Three unidentified Yes-Men
Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Mojoverse/Mojoworld)
Purpose: Mojo's advisors
Affiliations: The Agent (unidentified), Major Domo, Minor Domo, Mojo, Spiral ("Ricochet" Rita Wayword), Trademark Police
Enemies: Neil Saroyan, Wonder Man (Simon Williams)
Base of Operations: Mojoverse
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents I#89/4 (November, 1991)
(Marvel Comics Presents I#89/4) - When his ratings plummeted, Mojo was in desperate need of an overnight success. Minor Domo suggested they might film a documentary on everyone's fan favorites: The X-Men. Loving the idea, Mojo consulted with his Yes Men who, unsurprisingly, also loved it. Mojo's hand puppet Mr. Biggles hated the idea however, though Mojo quickly incinerated him and decided to proceed anyway. Spiral opened a portal to Earth-616 through which Mojo, Spiral, Major Domo and Minor Domo appeared on the X-Men's front lawn. However, Mojo failed to realize filming a documentary meant he couldn't interact with his subjects at all, leaving the group to watch as the X-Men indulged in some none too exciting everyday activities like gardening and cooking. The action finally started when the X-Men had a training session in the Danger Room. However, by then they had already ran out of film. To make matters worse: Mojo discovered he'd been pointing the camera at himself the whole time, which meant they had five reels worth of Mojo's face. They decided to air it nonetheless.
(Marvel Comics Presents I#89/4) - The documentary called "the Mojo face-show" was an unbridled success prompting Minor Domo to start the pre-production on the sequel. Using a bullhorn Minor Domo ordered the Yes Men and Spiral to hit Mojo with mallets as to get a wide range of facial expressions.
(Marvel Comics Presents I#119/4) - The Yes Men were seen walking in a parade celebrating Mojo alongside Minor Domo and Major Domo. Just then, a newly created Agent arrived along with Earth-616's Wonder Man and his agent Neal. The Agent proudly announced he'd just signed Wonder Man, but to their surprise the Trademark Police couldn't brand him. Neal explained the hero had already signed with Marvel. Enraged his newly created Agent had already screwed up by trying to sign a licensed property, Mojo attempted to bypass copyright infringement by turning Wonder Man into a woman. He was about to call him Wonder Woman when Neal decided to step in. Aware his client wasn't that great an actor, Neal decided to play along so the hero had to star in Mojo's newest movie.
(Marvel Comics Presents I#119/4) - Sometime later the Yes Men were present for Wonder Man's first movie under Mojo's contract. But when Mojo got wind of Williams' terrible acting skills he quickly decided to stop production. The Yes Men looked on while Minor and Major Domo burned the contract, Mojo shoved Wonder Man and Neal back to their home dimension.
Comments: Created by Dan Slott (writer), Joe Madureira (pencils), Christopher Ivy (inks).
In every appearance the Yes Men had a different skin color, starting out as caucasian-looking, they were portrayed as bright yellow in X-Men Annual II#1 and green in Marvel Comics Presents I#119/4.
The Yes Men had a cameo of sorts in the Youngblood/X-Force (July, 1996) where Youngblood's Vogue described Major and Minor Domo as a couple of Hollywood Yes-Men.
The Yes Men were part of the Mojoverse characters ranking number 10 in the X-Men's Top Ten Villains in X-Men Annual II#1 (May, 1992).
Profile by MarvellousLuke
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Marvel Comics Presents I#89/4, p27, pan1 (main image)
Marvel Comics Presents I#89/4, p32, pan1,2 (hitting Mojo)
Marvel Comics Presents I#119/4, p13, pan1 (walking in Mojo's parade)
Marvel Comics Presents I#89/4 (November, 1991) - Dan Slott (writer), Joe Madureira (pencils), Christopher Ivy (inks), Terry Kavanagh (editor)
Marvel Comics Presents I#119/4 (January, 1993) - Dan Slott (writer), Pete McDonell (pencils), Don Hudson (inks), Terry Kavanagh (editor)
Last updated: 06/26/17.
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