Real Name: Ulysses X. Lugman

Identity/Class: Human

Occupation: Crime boss

Group Membership: None;
formerly Hood's Army (Answer/Aaron Nicholson, Blackout (Lilin), Blood Brother, Brothers Grimm/Barton & Percy Grimes, Bulldozer/Henry Camp, Centurius/Noah Black, Chemistro/Curtis Carr, Corruptor/Jackson Day, Crossfire/William Cross, Cutthroat/Daniel Leighton, Doctor Demonicus/Douglas Birely, Griffin/Johnny Horton, the Hood/Parker Robbins, Jigsaw/Billy Russo, Living Laser/Arthur Parks, Madame Masque/Giulietta Nefaria, Mandrill/Jerome Beechman, Piledriver/Brian Calusky, Razor-Fist/Douglas Scott, Satana, Scarecrow/Ebenezer Laughton, Shockwave/Lancaster Sneed, Thunderball/Eliot Franklin, Wizard/Bently Wittman, Wrecker/Dirk Garthwaite)

Affiliations: Cannibal Catch (Fastback, Folio, Hardhat, Transom), Caesar Cicero, General Nguyen Ngoc Coy, Foreigner, Don Fortunato, Giganto, Justin Hammer, Hammerhead, the Hand (Jonin, others), Dr. Jonas Harrow, Henri, Hijacker, Hydra (Fenris/Andrea Strucker & Andreas Strucker, Snakeskin/Wolfgang von Strucker, Werner von Strucker, others), Jerry, Dallas Kerr, Kingpin (Wilson Fisk), Dr. Krislov, Larry, Lenny, the Maggia, Marco, Morty, Nicol Ortega, Ferdinand "Foxy" Pertierra, Power Broker, Mr. Rickert, the Rose (Jacob Conover), Mitch Schiffman, Secret Empire, Silvermane, Squid, Gavin Thorpe, Tombstone, Ben Urich, the Word, Yakuza (Tatsu'o, others)

Enemies: Andrea, Ant-Man (Scott Lang), Arcade, Avengers (Luke Cage, Captain America/James Barnes, Iron Fist/Daniel Rand, Jessica Jones, Mockingbird/Bobbi Morse, Ms. Marvel/Carol Danvers, Ronin/Clint Barton, Spider-Woman/Jessica Drew, Spider-Man/Peter Parker, Wolverine/James "Logan" Howlett), Avengers (Ares, Hawkeye/Bullseye, Iron Patriot/Norman Osborn, Ms. Marvel/Karla Sofen, Spider-Man/Mac Gargan, Wolverine/Daken), Black Ant, Captain America (Steve Rogers), Daredevil (Matt Murdock), Force (Clayton Wilson), Giant-Man (Henry Pym), Hunter-Bots, Iron Man (Victor von Doom), Jimmy-6, Kraven the Hunter (Sergei Kravinoff), Misty Knight (Mercedes Knight), Walden Leek, Lizard (Curt Connors), Miss Patriot (Mary Morgenstern), Moon Knight (Marc Spector), Mop Man (Joe Trinity/Mrinha), Nomad (Jack Monroe), Poison (Cecilia Cardinale), Punisher (Frank Castle), S.H.I.E.L.D. (Maria Hill, others), Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Tigra (Greer Nelson), Wanderers (Billy, Chisel, Flintlock, Outback), White Fang (Elizabeth Bondi)

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Miami, Florida

First Appearance: Captain America I#324 (December, 1986)

Powers/Abilities: Slug possesses no direct super-powers, but he wields extraordinary influence and money. Slug is obsessed with food and indulgence and can generally be seen partying while eating vast amounts of unhealthy food. As the leader of a drug empire, Slug has a lot of wealth and he generally lives on a yacht, where he has a full staff, including armed bodyguards. Slug generally sits on a mechanized chair of some kind, sometimes with hover capabilities, offensive weaponry, or even tank treads. Slug likely wears some kind of clothes that allow him to float, as he is often thrown into the water and he floats along the surface. Slug often uses elaborate methods for torturing or killing his targets, such as suffocating them in his own folds of fat or dunking men into a tank full of slugs. Slug also has a lot of professional access to the criminal resources of others, primarily those of the Hood. For a time, Slug controlled a number of LMDs that were programmed to resemble super heroes.

Height: 6'8"
Weight: 450 lbs.; previously 1068 lbs. (variable)
Eyes: Blue
Hair: White

(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update '89#7 (fb) - BTS) - Born in Miami, Ulysses X. Lugman adopted the name Slug, either due to his size or due to his love of slugs. In time, he used political and business techniques to gain control over the mobs of Florida.

(Captain America I#324 (fb) - BTS) - The Slug established a large criminal empire in the Miami area. The Slug himself stayed aboard his yacht, the Nowhere Fast, and he partied well into the evening, having guests ferried on and off the boat twice per day.

(Captain America I#325 (fb) - BTS) - Slug stayed primarily on a pile of pillows, being fed constantly and even having a toilet brought to him. He kept tank treads upon which he sat safely hidden beneath the pillows.

(Captain America I#324) - Seeking to infiltrate the Slug's criminal empire, Jack Monroe, the hero known as Nomad, got a job as a bartender at one of the Slug's clubs. Weeks later, Mr. Rickert offered Jack a job working on the Slug's yacht, and Nicol Ortega was put in charge of Jack, who soon met the Slug himself.

(Captain America I#325) - Slug's employees Larry and Jack tended to Slug during another party. Slug stopped the party, had the hot tub filled with barrels full of slugs, then had his employee Mitch Schiffman (who had bungled a five million-dollar deal) dunked in the tub repeatedly as the crowd cheered and laughed. Jack approached another employee, Phil Lyons, trying to get him to safety, but Phil instead turned Jack over to the Slug; that night, Phil and another employee, Lenny, injected Jack with a drug and tossed him overboard to drown. Captain America and Nomad attacked the boat, disrupting staff like Henri, and Nomad set fire to the kitchens before attacking the Slug at his party. Slug tried fleeing on his tank treads, but Nomad badly beat him. Captain America stopped Nomad from simply letting the Slug go down with the ship, so Slug rushed to his personal escape boat, but the boat sank along with the yacht. Captain America and Nomad believed Slug to be dead, but Slug surfaced for air, having survived.

(Web of Spider-Man Annual I#4) - Kingpin called to set up an alliance with the Slug, after disruptions in the drug pipeline from South America caused struggles. When Spider-Man defeated one of Slug's assets, Marco, Slug killed a man by suffocating him in the folds of his skin in revenge, and he assured the Kingpin he had things under control. Spider-Man soon brought down a portion of Slug's drug trade.

(Marvel Comics Presents I#61/2 (fb) - BTS) - Slug hired Dallas Kerr to get him connected with legitimate money-making businesses.

(Marvel Comics Presents I#61/2) - As Slug was bragging about his frequent eating of protein and champagne to women by the pool, he commended Dallas on his good work. Dallas asked Slug to help get Joe Trinity from calling his woman, Sally, and Slug promised to help.

(Marvel Comics Presents I#62/2 (fb) - BTS) - Slug sent his man Jimbo after Trinity.

(Marvel Comics Presents I#62/2) - While getting a massage, Slug heard that Jimbo had failed. To teach him a lesson, he had him placed into the steam room where he'd be cooked for a time. Slug was unaware that Trinity had worked at a bank that handled Slug's financnces, and he had seen illegal holdings of Slug's in the Bahamas, Switzerland, and Hong Kong before Trinity was fired.

(Marvel Comics Presents I#63/2) - Finding out financier Weldon Leek had been stealing drugs, Slug had him killed, along with his friend Andrea, by Ferdinand "Foxy" Pertierra. Dallas called to discuss Trinity with Slug.

(Marvel Comics Presents I#64/2) - Foxy reported that he'd killed some other men, but Trinity had survived his hit and seemed to have super powers of some kind.

(Marvel Comics Presents I#65/2) - Dallas gave intel to Slug about the woman Poison working to protect Trinity. Slug told Dallas to handle things himself or he would move his business elsewhere.

(Marvel Comics Presents I#66/2 - BTS) - Slug got news from Dr. Krislov that Foxy had been badly wounded by a strange entity.

(Marvel Comics Presents I#67/2) - In a motorized cart at one of his parties, Slug was shocked when Joe Trinity burst in with seeming super-powers granted by an alien. Trinity knocked Slug out of his chair and beat Dallas before Poison intervened. She stopped Slug from drawing a gun, promising to hurt him if he did, then she and Trinity left.

(Daredevil I#307 (fb) - BTS) - Hearing that the Slug was going to Las Vegas for a meeting with criminal factions determined to divide up the Kingpin's assets, the government formed a partnership with Nomad to kill him in exchange for a lighter sentence for Nomad's own crimes.

(Daredevil I#307) - In Las Vegas, Slug sat at a table, consuming piles of food, during a meeting with other criminals, including Hammerhead and Tombstone of the Maggia, Jonin of the Hand, Tatsu'o of the Yakuza, the Word (representing the Red Skull), the Secret Empire, Werner von Strucker and Snakeskin (secretly Baron Strucker) of Hydra, Justin Hammer, and Fenris.

(Nomad II#4) - The meeting continued.

(Daredevil I#308) - Slug continued eating piles of food as the other criminal heads argued among themselves.

(Nomad II#5) - As the criminals continued dividing up Kingpin's assets, Slug watched as they argued among themselves.

(Daredevil I#309) - Slug continued consuming food until the criminals began fighting, with guns and mutant powers going off.

(Daredevil I#309 - BTS) - Slug took himself out of Las Vegas, dropping the deal.

(Nomad II#6 (fb) - BTS) - Hearing the heroes were coming after Slug, the Foreigner got Slug to safety in a large truck, filled with food and women. Slug gave Foreigner intel in return.

(Nomad II#6) - Punisher, Nomad, and Daredevil attacked the truck, and Slug was nervously eating, demanding that Ernesto get him more food. As Nomad pointed a gun in his mouth, Slug begged for his own life, promising to pay the hero double whatever he was making, as Daredevil told Nomad to keep Slug alive while Punisher demanded he be killed. Nomad chose not to kill Slug, and Punisher couldn't do it because he was all out of bullets.

(Nomad II#18 (fb) - BTS) - Slug hired the mercenary team of Cannibal Catch (Fastback, Folio, Hardhat, Transom) to protect him at his estate.

(Nomad II#18) - Another team of mercenaries, the Wanderers (Billy, Chisel, Flintlock, Outback) and Nomad attacked the estate and fought Cannibal Catch. Slug was nearly hit by a grenade, then Nomad pulled a gun on Slug. Captain America arrived to protect him.

(Captain America I#421) - Captain America fought the brainwashed Nomad, who tried suffocating the hero by shoving his face into Slug's body and holding it there. Cap broke free and fought Outback while Slug sought to escape on a hover-chair, but a stray shot from one of the mercenaries sent Slug plummeting into the ocean.

(Spider-Man I#43) - The Slug watched on TV an armada of A.R.M.S.' Platoon warriors attack Brooklyn Bridge and considered buying Platoon war-suits, but when Spider-Man and Iron Fist defeated the Platoon armada he ended negotiations and decided to rather focus on running his expanding criminal empire than waste more of his time on failed war-suits.

(Spider-Man I#73) - General Nguyen Ngoc Coy called together many criminal empire heads, including Silvermane, Hammerhead, Tombstone, the Rose, Gavin Thorpe, Caesar Cicero, and the Slug, and they all agreed to unite against Fortunato.

(Spider-Man I#74) - When Fortunato captured Spider-Man, he united Slug, Silvermane, Thorpe, Cicero, Hammerhead, Coy, and the Rose behind him, as well as Hydra and Jimmy-6, and he promised to publicly unmask Spidey at midnight that night. Fortunato also revealed he had captured Tombstone and had him in power-blockers; he promised to kill many innocents if the others turned against him again. He ordered Jimmy-6 to pass out guns to Slug and the others, stating he would force them to shoot Tombstone, but Jimmy-6 refused, turning against his father. Spider-Man escaped and Daredevil attacked, helping the captives escape. In the ensuing battle, Slug and the others escaped.

(Spider-Man Unlimited I#19 (fb) - BTS) - A new designer drug hit the streets of Miami, a synthetic hallucinogen, and Slug could not determine who was behind it but realized it was eating into his profits. Slug contacted reporter Ben Urich to investigate.

(Spider-Man Unlimited I#19) - At Shanahan's, Slug called off his men Jerry and Squid before he told Urich about the drug, promising that he would handle it his own way if Urich didn't handle it first. Later, Spider-Man got involved and he stopped some of Slug's men from a drive-by shooting at drug users. Urich and Spider-Man later exposed the drug dealer and the Lizard and they stopped him.

(New Avengers I#1 (fb) - BTS) - Slug found himself arrested and placed in the Raft.

(New Avengers I#1) - Electro staged a breakout and Slug was among the criminals freed from

(New Avengers I#2) - Slug and the others sought to escape as several heroes arrived to stop them.

(Spider-Man: Breakout#1) - Slug rushed past Spider-Man.

(New Avengers I#4 - BTS) - Slug was among the villains who escaped.

(New Avengers I#46 - BTS) - At some point the Slug was replaced by a Skrull.

(New Avengers I#50 - BTS) - After being freed from Skrull custody Slug joined Hood's army.

(New Avengers I#50) - As a member of the Hood's Army, Slug participated in an attack on the outlaw Avengers. During the massive battle, Slug took Captain America's (James Barnes) shield to the face.

(New Avengers I#55 (fb) ) - In the aftermath of the battle, Hood and Madame Masque yelled about strategy as Slug and the others listened.

(Dark Reign: The Hood#2) - Slug sat in the hot tub and ate chicken at Hood's headquarters.

(Dark Reign: The Hood#4) - The Hood hired Satana as a mystical advisor, and she ordered Slug and the others to unload boxes for her. Later, Slug ate an entire pizza among the others, then helped fight Force when the hero attacked.

(Dark Reign: The Hood#5) - Unimpressed with Hood's leadership, Slug and the others met to discuss voting in a new leader, but then Hood returned and had the villains follow him. Hood channeled demonic power to defeat their foes, Force and White Fang, and the group agreed to keep Hood in charge.

(New Avengers I#55) - When the Hood was gone, his army, including Slug, assembled and united with Dr. Jonas Harrow.

(New Avengers I#57) - With the Hood enhancing the powers of his operatives with Norn Stones, the villains, including Slug, gathered to fight the outlaw Avengers and Osborn's Avengers, who had had their powers removed by Jonas Harrow. Iron Patriot (Norman Osborn) made a deal with Harrow and got his team's powers restored, then Mockingbird arrived and helped the outlaw Avengers escape.

(Vengeance of the Moon Knight#2 (fb) - BTS) - Slug ordered his operatives to rob several diamond district merchants. He planned to give some of the proceeds to the Hood and Osborn.

(Vengeance of the Moon Knight#2) - Slug was lounging on cushions covered in candy wrappers, while yelling at his aids to make him healthy food as he was on a diet, when a loud explosion sounded, and Moon Knight attacked. Moon Knight killed several of Slug's men, tossing the bodies on Slug, then he suspended Slug from the ceiling, choking him before rushing away.

(Avengers Academy#8 (fb) - BTS) - Feeling as though he had nothing left and had fallen far, Slug sought to get money to get out of the country. He raided Hood's servers and found a video of Hood beating and humiliating Tigra. Slug sold it to a gossip channel and it went viral.

(Avengers Academy#8) - Tigra and Giant-Man attacked Hood and arrested him. Hood muttered about how far he'd let himself fall.

(Ant-Man: Last Days#1 (fb) - BTS) - Slug returned to Miami and set up shop aboard a yacht, filling it with employees. In a bridge game against Mary Morgenstern (Miss Patriot), Slug won an artifact of hers.

(Ant-Man: Last Days#1) - Ant-Man snuck onto the yacht and put horse tranquilizer into fruit pies, which Slug consumed, briefly falling asleep. As Slug's men fired at Ant-Man, Slug awakened, and realized the artifact had been stolen. As Ant-Man escaped, Slug vowed revenge.


(Astonishing Ant-Man#3 (fb) - BTS) - While smuggling drugs into Miami again, Slug put a bid on a Giganto monster on the black market, but Maria Hill of S.H.I.E.L.D. beat his bid. Slug used the new app Hench, designed by Power Broker, to get the criminal Hijacker to go after Giganto. Then, while S.H.I.E.L.D. was distracted, Slug moved his drugs in.

(Astonishing Ant-Man#3) - Slug drank wine while beautiful women snuggled into him as he boasted to the Power Broker about the success of Hijacker's mission. When Power Broker wanted Slug to sign up for a premium membership, Slug told Power Broker that Crossfire was developing a similar app, then Slug insulted Power Broker. Power Broker responded by destroying the yacht, leaving Slug and his women adrift in the ocean.

(Captain America: Sam Wilson#16 (fb) - BTS) - Slug began arranging for LMDs of famous women be made available to clients for personal use. Among his clients was Morty. Slug initially used minor super-villains and heroes and he had the sexual encounters recorded and put up on the Internet, giving him a reputation as he gathered more clients. Slug also saw potential in blackmailing various heroes.

(Captain America: Sam Wilson#16) - At a business meeting, Slug revealed LMDs of A-list super-heroines, including Black Cat, Storm, Psylocke, Medusa, and She-Hulk. When Misty Knight showed up, the investors abandoned Slug, and he launched the LMDs against Knight, but she swiftly defeated them. Slug tried to rush away on a motorized hover-chair, but she threw Captain America's shield and knocked him into the ocean. Slug begged for help when sharks swarmed around him, but Knight revealed they were shark robots there to scare him, then she let the Coast Guard arrest him.

(Infamous Iron Man#7) - Wizard sent out an invitation to gather the old Hood gang, and Slug was among those who responded. When they assembled, Wizard told them that Doctor Doom had become the new heroic Iron Man. Then Iron Man/Doom attacked, leaving all of the villains unconscious.

(Invincible Iron Man I#594) - Out of jail, Slug and the other criminals teamed up to attack and defeat Iron Man (Doom).

(Defenders V#10) - Hood assembled all of his old allies, including the Slug, to discuss the idea of forming a new army where they all got to act as their own kingpins, but multiple super heroes showed up to break up the group.

(Invincible Iron Man I#597) - Slug and the rest of the Hood's Army attacked Iron Man (Doom) in Latveria, determined to get revenge.

(Invincible Iron Man I#598) - The Hood and his allies, including Slug, sought to get Iron Man's armor off of him.

(Amazing Spider-Man V#17 (fb) - BTS) - Slug was among the animal-themed villains captured by Taskmaster and the Black Ant on behalf of Arcade and Kraven the Hunter, then placed inside Central Park after being in stasis for a time.

(Amazing Spider-Man V#17) - Hunter-Bots advanced on the villains, including Slug, and Spider-Man.

(Amazing Spider-Man V#18) - Slug and the others fled from the Hunter-Bots.

Comments: Created by Mark Gruenwald (writer), Paul Neary (penciler) and Vince Colletta (inker).

In Slug's original appearance, on the last page of Captain America I#324, Nomad calls the villain disgusting. He thinks to himself, "I have never seen a more repulsive person in my life!" Then, on the cover to Captain America I#325, the tagline reads "He's fat! He's foul!" Next appearance, in Web of Spider-Man Annual I#4, the cover tells readers that the "Slug is even bigger than the Kingpin!" These early references about his appearance make it sound as if it is his weight that makes him monstrous and evil, which is just...insensitive, bordering on cruel. (Then again, almost every one of the Kingpin's appearances involves heroes and villains making fun of his weight.)

Slug's involvement with Hood's Army makes no sense. He was never intended to be a combat operative who threw himself into super-hero battles alongside crazy and dangerous teammates.

Slug's real name is occasionally listed as Ulysses S. Lugman.

Slug has appeared on a few top-ten lists of the worst villains of all time. Most of his appearances involve very little character development and focus on him eating large amounts of unhealthy food.

Slug has handbook profiles in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update '89#7 (December, 1989), New Avengers: Most Wanted Files#1 (February, 2006) and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z HC#10 (2009).

Profile by Chadman.

Slug should not be confused with:


(Captain America I#325) - Henri was aboard the yacht, Nowhere Fast, working for the Slug in the kitchen when Nomad attacked, setting the kitchen on fire.

--Captain America I#325

Jerry and Squid

(Spider-Man Unlimited I#19) - Squid and Jerry were acting as enforcers at Shanahan's, a club their boss Slug frequented. When Ben Urich entered, Squid recognized him and remembered how Urich had once written a story that got Squid's brother put away. Squid threatened Urich, but Slug called him off.

--Spider-Man Unlimited I#19


(Captain America I#325) - Aboard the yacht, the Nowhere Fast, employee Larry summoned Jack Monroe (secretly Nomad) for the Slug.

--Captain America I#325


(Captain America I#325) - An employee of the Slug, aboard the yacht Nowhere Fast, Lenny helped Phil Lyons toss the traitor Jack Monroe overboard at the order of the Slug.

--Captain America I#325

Nicol Ortega

(Captain America I#324) - Nicol Ortega worked on the yacht Nowhere Fast, managing the staff for the Slug. When Mr. Rickert showed Jack Monroe (secretly the Nomad) on board, Ortega agreed to show Monroe around.

--Captain America I#324

Mr. Rickert

(Captain America I#324) - Employee of the Slug, Mr. Rickert offered new bartender Jack Monroe (secretly Nomad) a job working on the Slug's yacht, the Nowhere Fast, and he brought Monroe aboard, introducing him to Nicol Ortega, his new boss.

--Captain America I#324

Mitch Schiffman

(Captain America I#325 (fb) - BTS) - An employee of the Slug, Mitch Schiffman botched a five million dollar deal.

(Captain America I#325) - During a party on the yacht Nowhere Fast, Slug had Schiffman dunked in a hot tub full of water and slugs, after dunking the screaming man in the tub over and over as the crowd cheered and laughed.

--Captain America I#325 ([Captain America I#325 (fb)], 325

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Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update '89#7, p11, pan1 (main)
Captain America I#325, p7, pan1 (2nd)
Captain America I#325, p18, pan3 (tank treads)
Web of Spider-Man Annual I#4, p20, pan2 (suffocating man)
Captain America I#421, p19, pan1 (on hover-chair)
Spider-Man Unlimited I#19, p11, pan1 (with goatee and cigar)
Captain America: Sam Wilson#16, p15, pan2 (in Hawaiian shirt)
Captain America I#325, p16, pan6 (Henri)
Spider-Man Unlimited I#19, p10, pan2 (Jerry (black) and Squid (white))
Captain America I#325, p6, pan7 (Larry)
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Captain America I#324, p21, pan5 (Nicol Ortega)
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Captain America I#325, p7, pan6 (Mitch Schiffman)

Captain America I#324 (December, 1986) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Paul Neary (penciler), Vince Colletta (inker), Don Daley (editor)
Captain America I#325 (January, 1987) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Paul Neary (penciler), Dennis Janke (inker), Don Daley (editor)
Web of Spider-Man Annual I#4 (October, 1988) - Steve Gerber (writer), Cynthia Martin (artist), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Marvel Comics Presents I#61/2-65/2, 66/2, 67/2 (October-December, 1990; January, 1991) - Steve Gerber (writer), Cindy Martin (artist), Terry Kavanagh (editor)
Nomad I#2 (December, 1990) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), James Fry (penciler), Mark McKenna (inker), Howard Mackie (editor)
Daredevil I#307 (August, 1992) - D.G. Chichester (writer), Scott McDaniel (penciler), Bud LaRosa (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Nomad II#4 (August, 1992) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Pat Olliffe (penciler), Mark McKenna (inker), Glenn Herdling (editor)
Daredevil I#308 (September, 1992) - D.G. Chichester (writer), Scott McDaniel (penciler), Bud LaRosa (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Nomad II#5 (September, 1992) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Pat Olliffe (penciler), Mark McKenna (inker), Glenn Herdling (editor)
Daredevil I#309 (October, 1992) - D.G. Chichester (writer), Scott McDaniel (penciler), Bud LaRosa (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Nomad II#6 (October, 1992) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Pat Olliffe (penciler), Mark McKenna (inker), Glenn Herdling (editor)
Nomad II#18 (October, 1993) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Rick Mays (penciler), Greg Adams (inker), Glenn Herdling (editor)
Captain America I#421 (November, 1993) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Rik Levins (penciler), Danny Bulanadi, Jim Garvey & Dan Day (inkers), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Spider-Man I#43 (February, 1994) - Terry Kavanagh (writer), Jae Lee (artist), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
Spider-Man I#73-74 (October-November, 1996) - Howard Mackie (writer), John Romita Jr. (penciler), Al Williamson (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Spider-Man Unlimited I#19 (February, 1998) - Mark Bernardo (writer), Joe Bennett (penciler), Joe Pimentel (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
New Avengers I#1 (January, 2005) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), David Finch (penciler), Danny Miki (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers I#2 (February, 2005) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), David Finch (penciler), Danny Miki & Mark Morales (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers I#4 (April, 2005) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), David Finch (penciler), Danny Miki (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Spider-Man: Breakout#1 (June, 2005) - Tony Bedard (writer), Manuel Garcia (penciler), Raul Fernandez (inker), Warren Simons (editor)
New Avengers I#46 (December, 2008) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Billy Tan (penciler), Matt Banning (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers I#50 (April, 2009) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Billy Tan, Bryan Hitch, David Aja, Michael Gaydos, David Lopez, Alex Maleev, Steve McNiven, Leinil Francis Yu, Steve Epting & Greg Horn (pencilers), Matt Banning, Bryan Hitch, David Aja, Michael Gaydos, David Lopez, Alex Maleev, Dexter Vines, Mark Morales, Steve Epting & Greg Horn (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Dark Reign: The Hood#2 (August, 2009) - Jeff Parker (writer), Kyle Hotz (artist), Bill Rosemann (editor)
New Avengers I#55 (September, 2009) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Stuart Immonen (penciler), Wade Von Grawbadger (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Dark Reign: The Hood#4 (October, 2009) - Jeff Parker (writer), Kyle Hotz (artist), Bill Rosemann (editor)
New Avengers I#56 (October, 2009) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Stuart Immonen (penciler), Wade Von Grawbadger (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Dark Reign: The Hood#5 (November, 2009) - Jeff Parker (writer), Kyle Hotz (penciler), Scott Hanna (inker), Bill Rosemann (editor)
New Avengers I#57 (November, 2009) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Stuart Immonen (penciler), Wade Von Grawbadger (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Vengeance of the Moon Knight#2 (December, 2009) - Gregg Hurwitz (writer), Jerome Opeña (penciler), Paul Mounts (inker), Axel Alonso (editor)
Avengers Academy#8 (March, 2011) - Christos Gage (writer), Mike McKone (penciler), Rebecca Buchman (inker), Bill Rosemann (editor)
Ant-Man: Last Days#1 (October, 2015) - Nick Spencer (writer), Ramon Rosanas (artist), Wil Moss (editor)
Astonishing Ant-Man#3 (February, 2016) - Nick Spencer (writer), Ramon Rosanas (artist), Wil Moss (editor)
Captain America: Sam Wilson#16 (February, 2017) - Nick Spencer (writer), Angel Unzueta & Szymon Kudranski (artists), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Infamous Iron Man#7 (June, 2017) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Alex Maleev (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Invincible Iron Man I#594 (January, 2018) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Stefano Caselli & Alex Maleev (artists), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Defenders V#10 (April, 2018) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), David Marquez (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Invincible Iron Man#597-598 (April-May, 2018) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Stefano Caselli & Alex Maleev (artists), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man V#17-18 (May, 2019) - Nick Spencer (writer), Humberto Ramos (penciler), Victor Olazaba (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)

First Posted: 10/07/2019
Last updated: 10/07/2019

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