gilbert-gregson-powp8-full GREGSON GILBERT

Real Name: Gregson Gilbert

Identity/Class: Human;
    varies between benign researcher and "mad scientist"

Occupation: Biologist

Group Membership: State University faculty;
    formerly Columbia University faculty;
    formerly Empire State University faculty

Affiliations: Basilisk, Cloak (Tyrone Johnson), Cockatrice, Dagger (Tandy Bowen), Dragon Man, Fantastic Four (Human Torch/Johnny Storm, Invisible Woman/Sue Storm, Mr. Fantastic/Reed Richards, Thing/Ben Grimm), Griffin, Dean Kendrick, Power Pack (Energizer/Katie Power, Gee/Alex Power, Lightspeed/Julie Power, Mass Master/Jack Power), Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Troglodyte;
    formerly Diane Arliss, Dean Asher, Diablo (Esteban De Ablo), Dr. Lemuel Dorcas, Dean Menckin

Enemies: Chic DiAngelo and his gang, Diablo, Dorma, Namor the Sub-Mariner, unidentified Skrull imposter;
    formerly Basilisk, Cockatrice, Dragon Man, Griffin, Troglodyte

Known Relatives: Unidentified father (presumably deceased), unidentified mother (presumably deceased), unidentified brother (deceased), unidentified sister (presumably deceased)

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Last seen at State University, New York
    formerly Columbia University, Manhattan, New York;
    formerly Empire State University, New York;

Education: As a university professor, Gilbert presumably has a Ph.D.

First Appearance: Fantastic Four I#35 (February, 1965)gilbert-gregson-powp8-face

Powers/Abilities: Gilbert is a genius biologist specializing in super-powered humans.

    He most notably has designed a series of semi-humanoid robots, of which Dragon Man, the most powerful, can contend with the entire Fantastic Four.

    Spider-Man described him as childlike, eccentric, and brilliant.

    Although a genius inventor, Gilbert sometimes fails to see simple solutions to problems confronting him.

    Gilbert has little to no physical combat skills, and he avoids such conflict if possible.

    Gilbert sometimes wears eyeglasses. In other appearances, he may be wearing contact lenses, or perhaps he had eye surgery.

Height: Unrevealed (approximately 5'7")
Weight: Unrevealed (approximately 140 lbs.)
Eyes: Unrevealed (perhaps brown)
Hair: Brown (receding hairline; has also been shown as black (presumably died), or as gray with male pattern baldness); he may also have had hair transplant surgery, as he was most bald in his earliest appearance, but has had more hair on the top of his head to varying degrees in later appearances

History:
(Power Pack I#7 (fb) - BTS) - Gregson Gilbert's brother died.

    His sister, his parents, his whole family were gone, and Gregson was all alone.

(Power Pack I#8 (fb) - BTS) - To avoid the pain of his family's death, Gilbert retreated into science and fantasy.

(Power Pack I#7 (fb) - BTS) - With other scientists having invented polymers as flexible as skin, computers as quick as a mind, and anti-gravity machines, Gilbert decided to combine these things to create a mythical beast who would stay with him always.

(Fantastic Four I#35 (fb) - BTS) - At State University, Gilbert created the large, robotic Dragon Man, combining the greatest features he could give an artificial creation, including wings, a mighty tail, and heat-reactors that emitted flame at the touch of a button.

(Power Pack I#7 (fb) - BTS) - Gilbert had plans for other robots.gilbert-gregson-ff35-face

(Fantastic Four I#35 (fb) - BTS) - Dean Menckin instructed Professor Gilbert that he could not carry on his personal experiments until the semester had ended.

(Fantastic Four I#35 (fb) - BTS) - Obtaining an immense rock fragment that had fallen from space, Gilbert planned to reduce it to its basic atomic structure in an effort to discover the basic life force that may be hidden within (?).

(Fantastic Four I#35 (fb) - BTS) - Having nearly completed his work on Dragon Man, Gilbert grew impatient and began working on Dragon Man again.

(Fantastic Four I#35) - After the Fantastic Four -- who were visiting State University in preparation for Reed Richards' delivering a lecture -- spotted the silhouette of the immense Dragon Man, Dean Menckin chastised Gilbert for working on his personal experiment and instructed him to put a cover over "that hideous thing."

    Reed Richards asked Gilbert the nature of his experiment, and Gilbert explained his field of specialty, noting that he was constructing a creature more powerful than anything that lived, including the Fantastic Four, for the purpose of research and analysis.

    Later, as Gilbert struggled to move his extraterrestrial rock, the Thing returned, looking for Richards. Although Gilbert swiftly told him he hadn't seen anyone and told him to go away, the Thing picked up the rock to help him move it. Gilbert urged him to be careful as it was priceless. When Gilbert explained his plans, the Thing grew annoyed and departed.

gilbert-gregson-ff35-dragonman     Later still, Diablo (Esteban De Ablo) sought out Gilbert, introducing himself as a fellow scientist who had learned of Gilbert's lifeless creature and had the means to bring it to life. Not understanding how Diablo could know of his robot when he hadn't publicized it, Gilbert initially mocked Diablo as being mad for claiming to be able to bring life to an inanimate structure; however, intimidated by Diablo's commanding tone, Gilbert removed the cover over his Dragon Man.

    When Gilbert began to explain its features, Diablo silenced him as he could tell its power by looking at it, and he instructed Gilbert to obey him implicitly and he would see wonders beyond his wildest dreams.

    Continuing to work on the extraterrestrial rock, Gilbert was stunned as Diablo's potions seemed to bring his creation to life. When the Thing discovered Diablo's presence, he rushed to stop him, but Diablo had Dragon Man attack the hero. Dumbfounded by Diablo's success, Gilbert watched as the Thing and Dragon Man's battle carried them outside and involved the rest of the Fantastic Four.

    After Diablo summoned Dragon Man to the edge of Dead Man's Lake, Gilbert -- horrified by what Dragon Man had become -- urged Diablo to undo this terrible thing and return Dragon Man to his previous state. When Diablo refused, plotting how he could use the creature to gain power, Gilbert wondered how this madman might be stopped.

    The Fantastic Four soon arrived, and Diablo lost control of Dragon Man in the subsequent struggle; the creature knocked Diablo and itself into the lake, where they were lost to the area's strange currents.

    Regretting his own involvement, Gilbert vowed to stay at the university and destroy Dragon Man should it ever return.

(Power Pack I#7 (fb) - BTS) - Feeling like he was being punished for his pride in creating this mimicry of life, Gilbert gave up building robots, although he couldn't bring himself to destroy the plans for Dragon Man or the others.

(Sub-Mariner I#15 (fb) - BTS) - Gilbert eventually designed -- possibly with Dr. Dorcas' aid -- an Energo-Blaster that could control Dragon Man.

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Sub-Mariner I#15 (fb) - BTS) - Professor Gilbert entered into an alliance with Dr. Lemuel Dorcas, utilizing Dragon Man to capture the Atlantean Dorma (lover of Atlantean monarch Namor) via the aid of Diane Arliss with the goal of using Dorma's capture to force the Atlanteans to surrender their prisoner Tiger Shark (Diane's brother, Todd Arliss).

    Dorcas convinced Gilbert to let them keep Dorma in Gilbert's laboratory at Empire State University (see comments) with plans to control Dragon Man with the Energo-Blaster.

(Sub-Mariner I#15) - When Arliss felt guilty for luring Namor into a trap, Dorcas and Gilbert reassured her that they were just trying to recover and cure her brother (although Dorcas definitely had plans for Namor).

(Sub-Mariner I#15) - When Namor traveled to Empire State University, Gilbert was shocked that he had arrived so quickly and rushed back to his laboratory to warn Dorcas; en route, he regretted allowing Dorcas to talk him into keeping Dorma there, fearing that Dean Asher would take away his tenure. Namor allowed Gilbert to maintain a slight lead until he saw where he was going, at which point he grabbed Gilbert by the arm before smashing through the laboratory door.

    Seeing Dorcas (and Diane Arliss) and correctly assuming him to be the cause for the abduction, Namor released Gilbert and grabbed Dorcas, demanding to know where Dorma was.

(Sub-Mariner I#15 - BTS) - Locating Dorma, Namor battled Dragon Man who had been guarding her. Dorcas tried to use the Energo-Blaster to slay Namor but when Arliss shoved his arms away to protect Namor, the blast instead struck Dragon Man, sending it into a frenzy that led to it destroying the Morphotron that was intended to cure Tiger Shark.

    Ultimately, Namor freed Dorma and departed with her after defeating Dragon Man (freezing him in solid ice).
    I don't think Gilbert was seen again in this story after Namor released him.

gilbert-gregson-powp6-dragonheld (Power Pack I#6 (fb) - BTS) - Gilbert relocated to Columbia University.

(Power Pack I#6 (fb) - BTS / Power Pack I#7 (fb) - BTS) - Criminal Chic DiAngelo determined that his enemies Cloak and Dagger would be helpless against machines. To this end, DiAngelo had his agents steal Gilbert's plans for four other robots as well as an ultrasonic device to control them.

(Power Pack I#7 (fb) - BTS) - Once the ultrasonic device was completed, DiAngelo used it to summon Dragon Man and force him to collect the materials necessary to construct the other robots.

(Power Pack I#6 - BTS) - Learning of DiAngelo's activities, Cloak and Dagger encountered Spider-Man while investigating a warehouse damaged by Dragon Man. After they told Spider-Man of DiAngelo's plans, Spider-Man sought out Gregson at Columbia

(Power Pack I#6) - As Gilbert lectured at Columbia, Dragon Man (under influence from DiAngelo's ultrasonic device) crashed through the ceiling and abducted Gilbert. Spider-Man snagged Dragon Man with his webbing, but Dragon Man melted the webbing with his fire breath and continued flying away. Spider-Man was caught from falling by Power Pack's Gee (Alex Power), who had been following Spider-Man in hopes of meeting him.

    Still holding Gilbert as he flew through a rainstorm, Dragon Man encountered Lightspeed (Julie Power) and Energizer (Katie Power), who were out searching for their older brother. As the two super-powered youths fled from the monstrous creature, Gilbert called out an introduction and asked them to come back and help him. Hearing this, the pair returned, and Gilbert thanked them and assured them that Dragon Man was quite tame, and that he liked them and thought they were dolls or angels ("you aren't, of course...are you?"). Encouraging them to pet Dragon Man, he asked their aid in getting Dragon Man to put him down, as he no longer listened to his creator.

    After Gilbert related his concern that evil men were forcing Dragon Man to steal, Dragon Man was again pained by DiAngelo's ultrasonic device; as Gregson explained how this was likely how his creation was being controlled, Dragon Man flew away, heading back to DiAngelo's base. The girls followed.

(Power Pack I#6 - BTS) - Mass Master (Jack Power) spotted Dragon Man and told Spider-Man which direction he was headed (south, and a little bit east), and Alex and Jack Power followed Spider-Man in pursuing him.

(Power Pack I#6) - Julie and Katie watched as Dragon Man brought Gilbert into an abandoned church. As DiAngelo's men took Gilbert inside, DiAngelo used the weapon to punish Dragon Man for not bringing Gilbert immediately as he had been instructed.

    Julie and Katie sneaked into the church in hopes of rescuing both Gilbert and Dragon Man. Failing to find Gilbert, they nonetheless destroyed DiAngelo's ultrasonic controller, allowing Dragon Man to flee with the girls

(Power Pack I#7 (fb) - BTS) - DiAngelo forced Gilbert to construct a more powerful ultrasonic device to better control Dragon Man.

(Power Pack I#7 (fb) - BTS) - DiAngelo presumably forced Gilbert to construct the other four robots and/or program them.

(Power Pack I#7 - BTS) - Under duress, criminal Jamie Juarez told Cloak that a couple of "super-midgets" had fought some syndicate men in a torn-down church in upper Manhattan, escaping with Dragon Man.

(Power Pack I#7) - In the church tower, surrounded by the inert but otherwise completed robots, Gilbert informed DiAngelo that he had nearly completed the ultrasonic controller, informing him that the previous device had been designed for a more immature Dragon Man, but that the new one was calibrated for his current status. Gilbert questioned why DiAngelo was doing what he was doing, and DiAngelo outlined his plans to use the robots to take down Cloak and Dagger and then to take over the criminal underworld.

(Power Pack I#7 (fb) - BTS) - Gilbert completed the ultrasonic controller.

(Power Pack I#7 - BTS) - DiAngelo subsequently used the device to retake control of Dragon Man, forcing him to return to the church; Julie Power was knocked out by crashing into the abruptly stopping Dragon Man, and the creature saved her from falling and brought her with him.

    DiAngelo's men brought Julie inside the church and put her in the room with Gilbert, who worried about the unconscious girl.

(Power Pack I#7) - Gilbert was relieved as Julie awakened, and he told her they were prisoners of "ruffians," after which he shared how he had created Dragon Man. Gilbert further lamented that he used to be like Julie, gentle, fanciful, and honest, whereas now he made monsters. He wondered where the magic had gone.

(Power Pack I#7 - BTS) - As the rest of Power Pack, alongside Cloak and Dagger, arrived in the church, the other four robots -- Basilisk, Cockatrice, Griffin, and Troglodyte -- confronted them, after which DiAngelo entered, holding the ultrasonic controller and followed by Dragon Man, who was holding Julie. DiAngelo instructed the others to surrender or he would force Dragon Man to kill Julie.

(Power Pack I#8 (fb) - BTS) - As DiAngelo used the controller to painfully force Dragon Man to squeeze Julie Power, Gilbert heard her scream and rushed outside before DiAngelo's men could stop him. 

(Power Pack I#8) - After Gilbert futilely ordered Dragon Man to stop, DiAngelo allowed Dragon Man to relax his hand, but advised Gilbert that if he gave him any more trouble, Dragon Man would be squeezing Gilbert next time.

    Taking advantage of the distraction, Alex degravitized Basilisk and used an aerosol can to propel him into Dragon Man, causing him to release Julie; however, in the process, Dragon Man's tail knocked out Dagger, and DiAngelo then had Dragon Man grab Dagger. After
Basilisk recaptured the weakened Julie, DiAngelo threatened to have Dragon Man injure Dagger, forcing Cloak and Power Pack's cooperation.

    When questioned by the Power kids, Gilbert was embarrassed to admit that it hadn't occurred to him to build in some sort of weakness into the robots DiAngelo had forced him to build. The kids pointed out that DiAngelo had imprisoned them in a room with Gilbert's leftover equipment and that he could use it to build something to block the ultrasonic controller.

(Power Pack I#8 - BTS) - Gilbert designed a headband to protect Dragon Man.

(Power Pack I#8) - After Gilbert finished, he had Julie place it on Dragon Man's head. After Dragon Man was freed from DiAngelo's control, Gilbert hugged Dragon Man, vowing to prevent him from being used for destruction again.

    Riding atop Dragon Man, Gilbert joined Dagger and Power Pack in locating Cloak and DiAngelo. The kids took the controller from DiAngelo and gave it to Gilbert, who then took control of the other robots he had created, stopping them from attacking the heroes.

    As the police approached, the heroes departed. Cloak advised Gilbert that the drug shipment DiAngelo had been trying to steal was hidden within the cars' tires, and Gilbert assured Cloak he'd tell the police and press charges against DiAngelo.

    One of the policemen recognized Gilbert and advised him that his robots were better than what they had at Disneyland, which intrigued Gilbert.

gilbert-gregson-htii12-dragon(Human Torch II#12 (fb) - BTS) - Professor Gilbert returned to State University, working under the supervision of Dean Kendrick.

(Human Torch II#12 (fb) - BTS) - Dragon Man periodically returned to Gilbert. Appreciating that trying to contain Dragon Man led to its desire to escape, Gilbert allowed Dragon Man to come and go of its own volition. Under these circumstances, Gilbert found Dragon Man to be quite receptive to training.

(Human Torch II#12 (fb) - BTS) - An unidentified skrull captured Gilbert, immobilized him in a stasis device in Gilbert's house, took Gilbert's form, and began working in his place at his lab at State University.

(Human Torch II#12 (fb) - BTS) - The Gilbert skrull was working in his lab, nearing completion of his "latest, perhaps greatest project since the Dragon Man itself, when the creature unexpectedly appeared. Dragon Man swiftly sensed that this was not Gilbert, and it became angry, leading "Gilbert" to run away.

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Human Torch II#12) - At State University, during a football game of the Gladiators against the rival Empire State University Hawks, "Gilbert" ran out onto the field, dodging fire from the flying Dragon Man. When the Human Torch and Thing arrived, "Gilbert" asked for help, and the Torch flew him to safety and then joined the Thing in fighting off Dragon Man until the creature departed for its own reasons.gilbert-gregson-htii12

    Dean Kendrick thanked the duo for saving their star professor, after which "Gilbert" related that he had tried to soothe Dragon Man, but was instead forced to flee after seeing the rage and hatred in its eyes -- and noted that Dragon Man was no longer functioning properly, had become dangerous, and needed to be shut down. Both the Torch and Thing were opposed to completely deactivating Dragon Man, and the Torch offered to take the creature in and care for it. Acknowledging that it was the least he could do, "Gilbert" agreed to help the heroes snare Dragon Man.

(Human Torch II#12 - BTS) - Figuring Dragon Man was likely to the return to the last place at which he'd sought out Gilbert, the Torch and Thing waited within Gilbert's lab. Eventually, Dragon Man arrived, but shortly thereafter "Gilbert" appeared alongside his newest creation, Zzord. As the two giant creatures battled, the Torch warned Gilbert that his involvement was too dangerous, at which point, "Gilbert" revealed that he was a Skrull imposter. When the Torch threatened the skrull, the skrull reminded him that he wouldn't be able to find Gilbert without him.

(Human Torch II#12 (fb) - BTS) - Reasoning that Dragon Man had recognized the false Gilbert by his scent and that the Skrull had hidden Gilbert somewhere where his scent couldn't be picked up...or where it was already, the Torch concluded that Gilbert was being held in his own home. The Torch then knocked the skrull unconscious and rescued Gilbert.

(Human Torch II#12) - The Torch returned with Gilbert shortly after Dragon Man had destroyed Zzord, and Gilbert explained recent events, convincing the heroes to let Dragon Man go.

(Human Torch II#12 - BTS) - As thanks for saving one of State University's best professors, Dean Kendrick awarded Johnny Storm an honorary diploma, but Storm destroyed it, vowing that if he ever got a college diploma, he would earn it conventionally.

Comments: Created by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Chic Stone.

    There has been some long-running confusion and contradiction regarding whether Reed Richards and Ben Grimm's State University Alma Mater was the same as Empire State University or not. It was the Human Torch (second series) comic that had a State University vs. Empire State University football game, confirming them to be separate.
    Presumably, if the information as given is correct, Gilbert was at State University in Fantastic Four I#35 and then at Empire State University in Sub-Mariner I#15; it's perfectly reasonable for him to have transferred...maybe he was even asked to leave State University by Dean Menckin. In Sub-Mariner I#15, Gilbert is worried about Dean Asher, so that also fits with it being a different location/university, although Deans change as well. Gilbert's noting -- in Sub-Mariner I#15 -- that he feared losing his tenure would seem to indicate he'd been there a long time, but it's not definitive...maybe he meant that now he'd never gain tenure...or maybe he's just distracted and flaky...because he is something of a space cadet...
    If it was meant to be the same university, however, the weight of the FF story being at Reed's Alma Mater would make State University the location.

    It looks like by the time of Human Torch II#12, Gilbert had gone to the hair club for men...

    Stan Lee certainly liked to name characters with first and last names with matching letters...Sue Storm, Reed Richards, Peter Parker, Matt Murdock, Stephen Strange...I recall him explaining that he liked to do that because there were no databases back then, and naming characters thusly helped him remember their full names...if he could remember one name, it would help him remember the other name. Sure...but Gregory Gideon and Gregson Gilbert in subsequent issues? Stan had a brain full of "G"!

    Cloak and Dagger referred to DiAngelo and his agents as “the gangsters whose injection gave us our powers.” I had thought Simon Marshall was the one who did that, and Cloak and Dagger’s handbook entry identifies Marshall thusly as well. I would think that Marshall was the chemist, while DiAngelo was one of the Maggia criminals involved with Marshall.

Profile by Snood.

CLARIFICATIONS:
Gregson Gilbert
should be distinguished from:


gilbert-gregson-powp7-4robotsBasilisk, Cockatrice, Griffin, and Troglodyte robots

    Basilisk is the dark brown one with arm flaps and white projections over its nose, with forward facing tusk-like structures.

    Cockatrice is apparently the purple and yellow one with four yellow projections from each side of its face.

    Griffin is the brown, furry one with talons, wings, and a beak.

    Troglodyte is apparently the solid green one with purple gloves.

    Both Griffin ant Basilisk could fly. The creatures otherwise looked to be about 15' tall and had Class 10 strength.

(Power Pack I#6 (fb) - BTS / Power Pack I#7 (fb) - BTS) - Criminal Chic DiAngelo determined that his enemies Cloak and Dagger would be helpless against machines. To this end,
DiAngelo had his agents steal Dragon Man-creator Professor Gregson Gilbert's plans for four other robots, as well as an ultrasonic device to control them.

(Power Pack I#7 (fb) - BTS) - Once the ultrasonic device was completed, DiAngelo used it to summon Dragon Man and force him to collect the materials necessary to construct the other robots.

(Power Pack I#6 - BTS) - DiAngelo had Dragon Man abduct Gilbert, taking him back to DiAngelo's base in an abandoned church. The young heroes of Power Pack (Energizer/Katie Power, Gee/Alex Power, Lightspeed/Julie Power, Mass Master/Jack Power) and Spider-Man (Peter Parker) later liberated Dragon Man, but Gilbert remained DiAngelo's prisoner.

(Power Pack I#7 (fb) - BTS) - DiAngelo presumably forced Gilbert to construct the other four robots and/or program them.

    DiAngelo named these robots Basilisk, Cockatrice, Griffin, and Troglodyte.

    DiAngelo also forced Gilbert to design a more powerful ultrasonic device to control Dragon Man.

(Power Pack I#7 - BTS) - DiAngelo subsequently used the device to retake control of Dragon Man, who grabbed Lightspeed after she unwittingly crashed into him.gilbert-gregson-powp7-griffin-blasted

(Power Pack I#7 - BTS) - As the rest of Power Pack, alongside Cloak and Dagger, arrived in the church, Basilisk, Cockatrice, Griffin, and Troglodyte confronted them. Having been using aerosol cans to propel his degravitized form, Gee sprayed Cockatrice in the eyes but was grabbed by Basilisk. Cloak enveloped Cockatrice in his cloak, but found it unaffected (he could have still trapped it in the Darkforce dimension...). Dagger hurled light knives at each of these robots but found them to be similarly ineffective. Griffin grabbed Energizer who panicked and fired an energy ball into its head, destroying some of it so that its wiring was exposed, although it still continued to function and restrain her. Believing she had harmed a living creature, the 5 year old Katie covered her eyes and started crying, and when Mass Master tried to encourage her to keep fighting, Cockatrice swatted him unconscious.

    DiAngelo then entered, holding the ultrasonic controller and followed by Dragon Man, who was still holding Julie. Cloak and Dagger threatened DiAngelo until he told them to agree to do his bidding or he would force Dragon Man and the other robots to rip the children to shreds.


(Power Pack I#8) - Alex degravitized Basilisk and used an aerosol can to propel him into Dragon Man, causing him to release Julie; however, in the process, Dragon Man's tail knocked out Dagger, and DiAngelo then had Dragon Man grab Dagger. After Basilisk recaptured the weakened Julie, DiAngelo threatened to have Dragon Man injure Dagger, forcing Cloak and Power Pack's cooperation.

    When questioned by the Power kids, Gilbert was embarrassed to admit that it hadn't occurred to him to build in some sort of weakness into the robots DiAngelo had forced him to build. The kids pointed out that DiAngelo had imprisoned them in a room with Gilbert's leftover equipment and that he could use it to build something to block the ultrasonic controller.

(Power Pack I#8 - BTS) - Gilbert designed a headband to protect Dragon Man.

(Power Pack I#8) - After Gilbert finished, he had Julie place it on Dragon Man's head, freeing him from DiAngelo's control.

    Riding atop Dragon Man, Gilbert joined Dagger and Power Pack in locating Cloak and DiAngelo. The kids took the controller from DiAngelo and gave it to Gilbert, who then took control of Basilisk
, Cockatrice, Griffin, and Troglodyte, stopping them from attacking the heroes.

    One of the policemen recognized Gilbert and advised him that his robots were better than what they had at Disneyland, which intrigued Gilbert.


--Power Pack I#7 (8

Note: The robots did not receive names until #8.

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Fantastic Four I#35, pg. 3, panel 4 (face);
       pg. 9, panel 3 (unveiling Dragon Man);
Sub-Mariner I#15, pg. 6, panel 4 (face);
       pg. 8, panel 3 (dragged by Namor);
Power Pack I#6, pg. 14, panel 3 (held by Dragon Man);
    #7, pg. 20, panel 1 (other robots);
       pg. 21, panel 3-5 (griffin blasted);
    #8, pg. 10, panel 1 (full);
          panel 4 (face);
Human Torch II#12, pg. 18, panel 3 (greeting Dragon Man);
       pg. 19, panel 4 (upper body)
       


Appearances:
Fantastic Four I#35 (February, 1965) - Stan Lee (writer/editor), Jack Kirby (penciler), Chic Stone (inker).
Sub-Mariner I#15 (July, 1969) - Roy Thomas (writer), Marie Severin (penciler), Vinnie Colletta (inker), Stan Lee (editor)
Power Pack I#6-7 (January-February, 1985) - Louise Simonson (writer), June Brigman (penciler), Bob Wiacek (inker), Carl Potts (editor)
Power Pack I#8 (March, 1985) - Louise Simonson (writer), Mark Badger (layouts), June Brigman (penciler), Bob Wiacek (inker), Carl Potts (editor)
Human Torch II#12 (June, 2004) - Karl Kesel (writer), Paco Medina (penciler), Juan Vlasco (inker), Andy Schmidt & Nicole Wiley (assistant editor), Tom Brevoort (editor)


First posted: 06/30/2019
Last updated: 06/30/2019

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