Real Name: Jack Pulver
Occupation: Circus performer, criminal, human cannonball
Group Membership: Circus of
Crime/Cirque du Somnambulism (Antoro,
Bruto the Strong Man/Bruce Olafsen, Clown/Eliot "Crafty" Franklin,
Fire-Eater/Tomas Ramirez, Great
Gambonnos/Ernesto & Luigi Gambonno, Live Wire/Rance Preston, Mike,
Precious, Princess Python/Zelda
Mahadevu, Ringmaster/Maynard Tiboldt,
the elephant, Teena the Fat Lady/Mary Stenson);
formerly Army of Evil (Absorbing Man/Carl Creel, Anaconda/Blanche Sitzniski, Armadillo/Antonio Rodriguez, Baron Blood, Blackout/Marcus Daniels, Boomslang/Marc Riemer, Bulldozer/Henry Camp, Bushmaster/Quincy McIver, Clown, Coachwhip, Cottonmouth, Cyclone/Pierre Fresson, Death Adder/Theodore Scott, Dragonfly/Veronica Dultry, Fer-de-Lance, Ferocia, Fire-Eater, Graviton/Franklin Hall, Great Gambonnos, Grey Gargoyle/Paul Duval, Ironclad/Mike Steel, Klaw/Ulysses Klaw, Kraven the Hunter, Living Laser/Arthur Parks, Madame Menace, Mr. Hyde/Calvin Zabo, Nitro/Robert Hunter, Piledriver/Brian Calusky, Princess Python, Puff Adder/Gordon Fraley, Ringmaster, Rock Python, Sidewinder/Gregory Bryan,Skein/Sybil Dvorak, Slither/Aaron Salomon, Squid, Teena the Fat Lady, Thunderball/Eliot Franklin, Tiger Shark/Todd Arliss, Vapor/Ann Darnell, Vector, Viper/Jordan Dixon, Whirlwind/David Cannon, Wizard/Bentley Wittman, Wrecker/Dirk Garthwaite, X-Ray, Yellowjacket/Darren Cross), Masters of Evil (Bi-Beast Black Talon/Samuel Barone, Brothers Grimm/Barton & Percival Grimes, Constrictor/Frank Payne, Conundrum, Crossfire/William Cross, Griffin/Johnny Horton, Killer Shrike/Simon Maddicks, Lady Stilt-Man, Lascivious/Davida DeVito, Letha/Hellen Feliciano, Madcap, Ox, Piledriver/Brian Calusky, Pink Pearl/Pearl Gross, Princess Python/Zelda DuBois, Ringer/Keith Kraft), Hood's army (Blackout/Marcus Daniels, Brothers Grimm/Barton & Percival Grimes, Bulldozer/Henry Camp, Bushwacker, Centurius/Noah Black, Chemistro/Calvin Carr, Controller/Basil Sandhurst, Crossfire/William Cross, Cutthroat/Daniel Leighton, Deathwatch, Doctor Demonicus/Douglas Birely, Griffin/Johnny Horton, Hood/Parker Robbins, Knickknack/Nick Grossman, Living Laser/Arthur Parks, Madame Masque/Giulietta Nefaria, Nitro/Robert Hunter, Piledriver/Brian Calusky, Razor-Fist/Douglas Scott, Shocker/Herman Schultz, Thunderball/Dr. Eliot Franklin, Vermin/Edward Whelan, Wrecker/Dirk Garthwaite), Masters of Menace (Clown/Eliot "Crafty" Franklin, Great Gambonnos/Ernesto & Luigi Gambonno, Precious, Princess Python/Zelda DuBois)
(Abner Jenkins), Boris, Hydra, Relf,
formerly Devil Dinosaur, Dragon Man, Howard the Duck, Moon Boy
Enemies: Avengers (Black Panther/T'Challa, Hawkeye/Clint Barton, Quicksilver/Pietro Maximoff, Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff, Vision/"Victor Shade," Wasp/Janet Van Dyne, Yellowjacket/Goliath/Hank Pym), Beast (Hank McCoy), Captain America (Sam Wilson), Circus of Lost Souls (Blossom,Dog-Faced Boy, Major Minor, Meriam, Stilts), Daredevil (Matt Murdock), Officer Dragon, Corky Franklin, Franky, Generation X (Chamber/Jonothan Starsmore, Husk/Paige Guthrie, Jubilee/Jubilation Lee, Skin/Angelo Espinosa, Synch/Everett Thomas), Ghost Rider (John Blaze), Goliath (Bill Foster), Gorilla-Man (Arthur Nagan), Ignatz Hubley, Hulk (Bruce Banner), Iceman (Bobby Drake), J. Jonah Jameson, Edwin Jarvis, Power Pack (Alex Power, Jack Power, Julie Power, Katie Power, Franklin Richards), Prince Rudulfo, Cynthia Randolph, Iris Raritan, Paul Same, She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters), Shroud (Maximillian Coleridge), Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Spider-Man (Ben Reilly), Sub-Mariner (Namor McKenzie), Beverly Switzler, Thing (Ben Grimm), Thor (Odinson), Ulik, Thunderbolts (Atlas/Erik Josten, Citizen V/Helmut Zemo, Meteorite/Karla Sofen, Songbird/Melissa Gold, Techno/Norbert Ebersol), Mary Jane Watson, Kate Waynesboro, Winda Wester, Whitey, Winter Soldier (Bucky Barnes), Wonder Man (Simon Williams)
Known Relatives: None
Aliases: Cannonball, Great Gambino
Base of Operations: Mobile
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk I#3 (September, 1962)
Powers/Abilities: Human Cannonball was a trained acrobat who was skilled at performing as a human cannonball, fired out of cannons and aimed at specific targets. He wore a metal-enhanced costume that protected him from injury generally and could inflict harm, including concussions, against opponents. Pulver had a habit of firing himself at super-powered targets such as Hulk, Spider-Man or Thing, and heroes generally threw him high into the air, causing him to land in unexpected places, and he generally did so without injury. Once fired from the cannon, if he was aimed at another target or even an ally, he had no ability to redirect his course. Pulver had used mallets and guns against his foes.
Weight: 180 lbs.
(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Deluxe Edition I#2 (fb) – BTS) – Jack Pulver was born in Burbank, California. He eventually trained as an acrobat and a human cannonball and joined the Circus of Crime.
(Ghost Rider II#73 (fb) ) - Pulver was present when the Clown (Franklin) joined the Circus of Crime.
(Incredible Hulk I#3/3) – The Circus of Crime performed a series of robberies in various American cities. When the Hulk attacked the Circus, Human Cannonball, carrying a hammer, was launched at him but Hulk batted him through the Big Top. Later, the FBI rounded up the Circus.
(Amazing Spider-Man I#16) – The Circus of Crime planned their biggest heist yet in New York City but they were swiftly defeated by Daredevil and Spider-Man. During the battle, Cannonball, using the name the Great Gambino, was fired at Spider-Man but the hero easily dodged him, webbed him up and then steered him into the other performers.
(Amazing Spider-Man I#22) – After spending time in prison, the Circus of Crime was let go. After they were confronted by Spider-Man, the Great Gambonnos, Princess Python and Human Cannonball turned against Ringmaster, declaring the Clown their new leader in their own super villain team. Days later, they robbed an art gallery opening, using Human Cannonball's head to bang open the doors. When J. Jonah Jameson heard the noise, Cannonball knocked him out, badly hurting the man, resulting in him being rushed to the hospital. The villains had just decided on the team name Masters of Menace when Spider-Man attacked. During the fight, Spider-Man caved in Cannonball's helmet. Later, all were arrested, including Ringmaster.
(Avengers I#22) – After getting out of jail, the Circus reformed and tried manipulating the disbanded Avengers (Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver) into joining them but the heroes turned on the villains. During the battle, Quicksilver easily defeated Cannonball.
(Thor I#145) – After getting out of jail, the Circus put together a plot to steal the Golden Bull but Bruto had taken ill and they needed a strong man. One man auditioned but he fell unconscious after Cannonball hit him, fired from the cannon. They ended up hypnotizing a man claiming to be Thor (actually Thor, stripped of his god-like powers) to aid them.
(Thor I#146) – The Circus performed with Thor, who remained under hypnosis. That night, they robbed the local museum with Cannonball being fired through the window wearing a flame-thrower. As Thor stole the Golden Bull, Cannonball burned through the wall to escape but the guards opened fire, which woke Thor up from his trance.
(Thor I#147) – The Circus fled to safety as the police questioned Thor.
(Avengers I#60/Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes II I#6-7) – The Circus of Crime (Ringmaster, Princess Python, Great Gambonnos, Human Cannonball, Clown) posed as wedding caterers, snuck into Avengers Mansion, tied up Edwin Jarvis and prepared to set off nitro explosives. After Yellowjacket and Wasp were married, Hawkeye discovered the Circus but was apprehended. When Wasp cut the cake, she found Precious inside. The Circus soon attacked but they were swiftly defeated, especially as Yellowjacket was revealed as Goliath (Hank Pym). As they were arrested, they were disappointed they couldn't get revenge on Thor. During the fight, Human Cannonball slammed against Hawkeye (shrugging off a blast arrow on his helmet) and later blasted into a diamond-hard Vision and was defeated.
(Thor I#173 (fb) – BTS) – The Circus of Crime, with new member Mike, who dressed as Thor, robbed an electronic store, stealing a valuable Dual Computer, which they then hid in a 5000-lb barbell.
(Thor I#173) – While performing the circus, a battle broke out between Thor and Ulik. When the police arrived, the computer was exposed and Human Cannonball and the Circus were arrested.
(Daredevil I#118) – The Circus, with new member Blackwing, planned a large benefit performance at Shea Stadium. After the performance at Shea Stadium, Ringmaster hypnotized the viewing audience at home and Blackwing's bats brought in the loot but Daredevil and the police soon arrived. Princess and another snake were hit by Human Cannonball in the subsequent confusion.
(Howard the Duck I#25) – The Circus of Crime were hired to perform for a party of rich socialites (including Paul Same and Winda Wester) by Iris Raritan. They robbed the party then forcibly recruited Howard the Duck.
(Howard the Duck I#26) – In Skudge, Pennsylvania, the Circus forced Howard to perform then robbed the crowd, including Ignatz Hubley. Cannonball tried appealing to Howard, helping him understand why the Circus committed crimes. Later, when they stopped for gas, Hubley shot Ringmaster's hat off and the Circus rushed away in the ensuing chaos, leaving Howard behind.
(Howard the Duck I#27) – Howard and Iris tracked the Circus to Cleveland, recording their next robbery. The Circus attacked them but the duo defeated the criminals then turned over evidence to the police. During the fight, Cannonball was furious at Howard for not understanding and he shot himself at the duck but Howard bypassed him and Cannonball hit a pole.
(Super-Villain Team-Up I#8 (fb) – BTS) – Feeling too much heat in the United States, Human Cannonball and the Circus of Crime relocated to Europe.
(Super-Villain Team-Up I#8) – The Circus, with new member Rajah, briefly battled Shroud and Sub-Mariner in Latveria. During the fight, Sub-Mariner threw Clown into Cannonball. The two heroes briefly posed as members of the Circus as they performed for Dr. Doom (secretly Prince Rudolfo).
(Super-Villain Team-Up I#9 – BTS) – Ringmaster exposed the disguised heroes to "Doom" and Boris showed the Circus out of Latveria.
(Incredible Hulk II#217) – The Circus of Crime, including Human Cannonball, chased down former Circus members Dog-Faced Boy, Blossom, Stilts and Major Minor, who had run off with the sea-nymph Meriam. Cannonball scattered the traitors but later in battle, Blossom used her stomach to knock Cannonball aside.
(Marvel Two-in-One I#76) – The Circus staged another robbery. When Thing attacked, Cannonball was fired against him but it caused his helmet to dent, hurting his head. Later, Iceman and Goliath attacked and Cannonball was fired at Goliath, who swatted him through the roof of the Big Top. Cannonball realized he needed a new job.
(Ghost Rider II#72 (fb) – BTS) – The Circus of Crime broke out of jail but chose to leave Ringmaster behind. After they recruited new member Fire-Eater, the team put Clown in as their leader. In time, Clown ran away from the Circus and the others tracked him down, living with his father, the clown Corky, at the Quentin Carnival.
(Ghost Rider II#72) – The Circus staged a series of sabotage acts on the Quentin Carnival to convince Clown to rejoin. Human Cannonball shot through one of the main tents at the Carnival then left a note of warning for Clown to rejoin them. Later that week, Clown rejoined the team and when John Blaze followed him, Bruto knocked him out and the Circus stood over him.
(Ghost Rider II#73) – With John Blaze tied up, Clown convinced the Circus to return to the Quentin Carnival and take it over. Clown sided with the Carnival, taking it over and turning against the Circus. During the ensuing fight, Human Cannonball shot himself out of a cannon but Cynthia Randolph shot him up in the air and he wedged into the Ferris wheel, stuck.
(Incredible Hulk II#292 (fb) – BTS) – The Circus (Ringmaster, Clown, Fire-Eater, the Great Gambonnos, Human Cannonball, Live Wire, Rajah (aboard his elephant Sultan), Teena the Fat Lady, Bruto the Strong Man and Princess Python (with Precious)) headed to Mexico, fleeing warrants. Ringmaster forced Dragon Man to perform with them.
(Incredible Hulk II#292) – When the Circus saw the Bruce Banner arrive with his girlfriend Kate Waynesboro, Ringmaster forced Banner to change to Hulk and battle Dragon Man. When Human Cannonball loaded himself in the cannon to help, Waynesboro turned the cannon and fired him directly into Ringmaster. Before the fight concluded, the Big Top was destroyed.
(Sensational She-Hulk I#1) – Bruto helped She-Hulk work out until Ringmaster put her under hypnotic control then the Professor made her up as Glamazonia to join the Circus. After the team robbed the crowd that night, the Professor tried to kill She-Hulk then Gorilla-Man, disguised as an actual gorilla, stole Ringmaster's hat and freed She-Hulk, who then tied up the Circus members to be arrested.
(Power Pack I#59) – At the MacFadden Brothers Circus, the Ringmaster tried convincing the Circus (Human Cannonball, Great Gambonnos, Clown, Bruto, Live Wire) to go legitimate but they wanted one last major heist, having heard that foreign royalty would be in the crowd. Clown took over leadership of the group and during the live performance, they tried stealing the crown off the prince but Power Pack and Franklin Richards, who were in the crowd, fought back and the Circus was easily stopped. When the police arrived, Ringmaster used his powers to make the Circus appear innocent.
(Savage Hulk I#1) – Human Cannonball was part of a large group of villains that attacked the Hulk at court in New York City.
(Spider-Man Team-Up I#5/2 (fb) – BTS) – The Ringmaster officially retired from the Circus, leaving the Clown in charge. They changed their name to the Cirque du Somnambulism (a fancy word meaning sleep-walking) and began wearing edgier costumes. The mysterious and powerful Relf, an elf with a gun, teamed up with them, seeking revenge on a truck driver who had killed a cousin of his. The Cirque sent him to retrieve the Ringmaster's hypnosis disc.
(Spider-Man Team-Up I#5/2) – Relf returned to the Cirque (Clown, Great Gambonnos, Human Cannonball, Princess Python) with a ukulele instead of the disc. When they grew furious, he shot the men then removed the bullets to remind them, impressing Princess Python. Relf went back for the disc, only to learn that Officer Dragon of the FBI had it. He gave Princess' python wings and flew to Cleveland, where the Cirque ended up in a battle with Officer Dragon, Spider-Man (Ben Reilly), Peter Parker, Mary Jane Watson, Howard the Duck and Beverly Switzer. During the battle, Spider-Man diverted Cannonball, causing him to crash into a structure. Cannonball was told there was a mutant with his name and he laughed that he was the first one regardless.
(Thunderbolts I#2 (fb) – BTS) – The Circus of Crime accepted Ringmaster back as their leader. They posed as a charity act in Delaware but ended up robbing the crowd to cover Ringmaster's recent medical bills.
(Thunderbolts I#2 (fb)) – The Thunderbolts defeated the Circus (Ringmaster, Great Gambonnos, Human Cannonball, Princess Python) and the recorded events hit the news.
(Generation X I#32) – The Circus performed in Massachusetts, where the students of Generation X sparred with them. During the fight, Cannonball was repelled by Husk. In the end, the mutants let the Circus go free if they promised to donate their proceeds to charity.
(Amazing Spider-Man/Devil Dinosaur '98 Annual (fb) – BTS) – The Circus added Antoro the animal trainer to their ranks. Ringmaster hypnotized government officials into releasing Devil Dinosaur and Moon Boy to his custody.
(Amazing Spider-Man/Devil Dinosaur '98 Annual) – The Circus rehearsed for their new performances with Moon Boy and Devil, and their shows sold out. While the crowds gathered, however, Circus members robbed local stores. Soon, Spider-Man attacked, freed Moon Boy from hypnosis, then helped take the Circus down. During the fight, Cannonball missed one shot then accidentally hit Moon Boy in another, shaking Moon Boy free from his hypnosis.
(Incredible Hulk II#470 (fb) – BTS) – Ringmaster left the Circus of Crime and wanted to shut them down permanently. Clown took over the leadership and, with Princess Python, Human Cannonball and the Great Gambonnos, they took on a long-term gig performing at the Three Rings Casino in Las Vegas. They adopted a busy schedule of two shows per night plus a matinee on Sundays. When not performing, they would wear all black and rob banks.
(Incredible Hulk II#470 (fb)) – The Circus robbed a bank. Later, when they sought to rob a casino, thugs Frankie and Whitey were committing the same robbery. The snake scared the men but then Hulk attacked and the Circus managed to knock him out by choking him into unconsciousness with the snake. In the battle, Cannonball kept launching himself at Hulk.
(Incredible Hulk II#471 (fb)) – Clown was furious when local gamblers starting placing bets on the Hulk and he yelled at the Circus, holding a gun to Cannonball's face. Clown placed a bet that Hulk would destroy the Circus, believing it was a surefire win. They kept Bruce Banner chained and sedated in a cage. At show time, Hulk attacked, easily defeating the Circus performers and tearing down the Big Top. In the battle, Cannonball shot himself at Hulk but was thrown through the Big Top.
(Thunderbolts I#26 (fb) – BTS) – After being betrayed by Clown, Cannonball ended up in Seagate Prison.
(Thunderbolts I#26) – In Seagate, Pulver befriend Abe Jenkins, the Beetle.
(Dark Reign: The Hood I#1) – Human Cannonball joined the Hood's army and heard about their leader's villainous plans.
(Dark Reign: The Hood I#5) – Cannonball and the others saw Hood thwart Controller's attempt to take control of the army.
(Secret Avengers II#2) – Human Cannonball was present in Bagalia as a member of the Masters of Evil when the Secret Avengers attacked, seeking to free Taskmaster.
(A+X I#12) – The Circus of Crime (Human Cannonball, Great Gambonnos, Princess Python, Clown) fought Beast and Wonder Man.
(Captain America: Sam Wilson I#7 (fb) - BTS) – The Circus of Crime, including Human Cannonball, were arrested and transported to Pleasant Hill, a S.H.I.E.L.D. prison where supervillains were transformed by Kobik, a sentient Cosmic Cube, into innocuous civilians and used to populate an idyllic small town. The Circus of Crime became Pleasant Hill's circus.
(Captain America: Sam Wilson I#7) – Revereted to their original form the members of the Circus of Crime, including Human Cannonball, fought Captain America (Sam Wilson) and Winter Soldier at Pleasant Hill.
Comments: Created by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers.
Researching this character has made him one of my favorite classic villains. First off, his name is Jack Pulver. Second, he's never done anything except keep shooting himself at super-powered heroes and getting tossed through roofs or fired into his allies, over and over again. There's gotta be some head trauma going on there.
Human Cannonball and some of the Circus of Crime also appear in Cyclops II#1 (May, 2011) but this story seems to be in the reality of the "First Class" comics (X-Men: First Class, Uncanny X-Men: First Class, Wolverine: First Class, etc.). While some of these stories (or at least, similar events to the ones we saw in the comic) did occur on Earth-616 (i.e. the X-Men meeting Gorilla-Man early in their career), the general editorial consensus has been that the "First Class" comics were not in -616. -Proto-Man
Profile by Chadman.
The Human Cannonball has no known connections to:
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Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Deluxe Edition I#2, p64, pan1 (main)
Thunderbolts I#26, p7, pan1 (face)
Incredible Hulk I#3, p26, pan6 (loaded into cannon)
Incredible Hulk I#3, p27, pan6-8 (shot at Hulk)
Marvel Two-in-One I#76, p10, pan5-6 (shot at Thing)
A+X I#12, p6, pan1 (red and black costume)
Incredible Hulk I#3 (September, 1962) – Stan Lee (writer/editor), Jack Kirby (penciler), Dick Ayers (inker)
Amazing Spider-Man I#16 (September, 1964) – Stan Lee (writer/editor), Steve Ditko (artist)
Amazing Spider-Man I#22 (March, 1965) – Stan Lee (writer/editor), Steve Ditko (artist)
Avengers I#22 (November, 1965) – Stan Lee (writer/editor), Don Heck (penciler), Wally Wood (inker)
Thor I#145-147 (October-December, 1967) – Stan Lee (writer/editor), Jack Kirby (penciler), Vince Colletta (inker)
Avengers I#60 (January, 1969) – Roy Thomas (writer), John Buscema (penciler), Mike Esposito (inker), Stan Lee (editor)
Thor I#173 (February, 1970) – Stan Lee (writer/editor), Jack Kirby (penciler), Bill Everett (editor)
Daredevil I#118 (February, 1975) – Gerry Conway (writer), Don Heck (penciler), Vince Colletta (inker), Roy Thomas (editor)
Howard the Duck I#25-27 (June-September, 1976) – Steve Gerber (writer/editor), Gene Colan (penciler), Klaus Janson (inker)
Super-Villain Team-Up I#8 (October, 1976) – Steve Englehart (writer), Keith Giffen (penciler), Owen McCarron (inker), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Incredible Hulk II#217 (November, 1977) – Len Wein (writer/editor), Sal Buscema (penciler), Ernie Chan (editor)
Marvel Two-in-One I#76 (June, 1981) – Tom DeFalco, David Michelinie (writers), Jerry Bingham (penciler), Chic Stone (inker), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Ghost Rider II#72-73 (September-October, 1982) – Roger Stern (writer), Bob Budiansky (penciler), Dave Simons (inker), Tom DeFalco (editor)
Incredible Hulk II#292 (February, 1984) – Bill Mantlo (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Joe Sinnott (inker), Ann Nocenti (editor)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Deluxe Edition I#2 (January, 1986) - Mark Gruenwald (writer/editor), various artists
Sensational She-Hulk I#1 (May, 1989) – John Byrne (writer/penciler), Bob Wiacek (inker), Bobbie Chase (editor)
Power Pack I#59 (October, 1990) – Michael Higgins (writer), Tom Morgan (artist), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Savage Hulk I#1 (January, 1996) – Peter David (writer), Mike McKone (penciler), Mark McKenna (inker), James Felder (editor)
Spider-Man Team-Up I#5 (December, 1996) – Steve Gerber (writer), James Fry (penciler), Chris Ivy (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Thunderbolts I#2 (May, 1997) – Kurt Busiek (writer), Mark Bagley (penciler), Joe Rosas (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Generation X I#32 (November, 1997) – Tom DeFalco (writer), Mark Buckingham (penciler), Al Vey, Jon Holdredge, Scott Hanna (inkers), Mark Powers (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man/Devil Dinosaur '98 Annual (July, 1998) – Tom DeFalco (writer), Tom Lyle (penciler), Robert Jones (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Incredible Hulk II#470-471 (November-December, 1998) – Joe Casey (writer), Ed McGuinness (penciler), Nathan Massengill (inker), Bobbie Chase (editor)
Thunderbolts I#26 (May, 1999) – Joe Casey (writer), Leonardo Manco (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes II I#6-7 (March-April, 2007) – Joe Casey (writer), Will Rosado (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Dark Reign: the Hood I#1, 5 (July, October, 2009) – Jeff Parker (writer), Kyle Hotz (artist), Bill Rosemann (editor)
Cyclops II#1 (May, 2011) - Lee Black (writer), Dean Haspiel (art), Sebastian Girner (editor)
Secret Avengers II#2 (May, 2013) – Nick Spencer (writer), Luke Ross (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
A+X I#12 (November, 2013) – Christos Gage (writer), David Williams (artist), Nick Lowe (editor)
Captain America: Sam Wilson I#7 (May, 2016) – Nick Spencer (writer), Angel Unzueta, Daniel Acuna (artists), Tom Brevoort (editor)
First Posted: 11/03/2018
Last updated: 11/03/2018
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