Real Name: Lonnie Thompson Lincoln
Identity/Class: Human mutate
Occupation: Criminal, hitman
Group Membership: None;
formerly Sinister Twelve (Boomerang/Fred Myers, Chameleon/Dmitri Smerdyakov, Electro/Max Dillon, Green Goblin/Norman Osborn, Hammerhead, Hydro-Man/Morrie Bench, Lizard/Curt Connors, Sandman/William Baker, Shocker/Herman Schultz, Vulture/Adrian Toomes, Venom/Mac Gargan); the Untouchables (Kickback/Richard Yurocko, Nitro/Robert Hunter)
Affiliations: Arcade, A.I.M., the Arranger (Oswald P. Silkworth), Turk Barrett, Bengal (Duc No Tranh), Benny, Big Ben Donovan, Black Talon (Samuel Barone), Bob (Agent of Hydra), Boomerang (Fred Myers), Gavin Boyce, Bullet (Buck Cashman), Bullseye, Bunky, Bushwacker (Carl Burbank), Rosalie Carbone, Chameleon (Dmitri Smerdyakov), Clarence, Caesar Cicero, Cirque du Nuit, Cockroach Hamilton, Constrictor (Frank Payne), Cornell Cottonmouth, Creaux, General Nguyen Ngoc Coy, Daken, Aaron DeWeiss, Mrs. DeWeiss, Sarah Dewey, Grover Dill, Troy Donahue, Doctor Octopus (Otto Octavius), Fenris Twins (Andrea & Andreas Strucker), Firefox (Grigori Andreivitch), Fixer (P. Norbert Ebersol), Freddy, Gary, Joey Geraci, Giambone, Gordy, Grim (Gilbert Manigo), Hachiman (Izumi Ishihara), Justin Hammer, Hammerhead, the Hand (Izanami, Jonin, others), Hannibal the pig, Hardcore, Hobgoblin (Jason Macendale), the Hood (Parker Robbins), Judge Howell, Hydra (Snakeskin/Baron von Strucker, Werner von Strucker, others), Hypno-Hustler (Antoine Delsoin), Idnar, Inner Demons, Iron Spider (Aaron Davis), Jigsaw (Billy Russo), John, Kingpin (Wilson Fisk), La Sirena, Legal, Lily Lucca, Madame Masque (Giulietta Nefaria), Madame Rose, Maggia, Man-Bull, Steve Marlow, Matador (Juan), McKenna, Mr. Fish (Mortimer Norris), Mr. Negative (Martin Li), Ms. America (America Chavez), Conrad O'Shea, Otto, Overdrive, Owl (Leland Owlsley), Orlando Perez, Jeff Phelps, Piranha Jones, Reaper (Henry Manigo), Tom Robbins, Dr. Robinson, Rocket Racer (Robert Farrell), Roscoe, the Rose (Jacob Conover), Sandman (William Baker), Sandoz, Shades, Shakey, Shawn, Shiella, Shocker (Herman Schultz), Silvermane (Silvio Manfredi), Russell Simmons, Slug (Ulysses Lugman), Victor Smerdilovisc, Speed Demon (James Sanders), Spot (Jonathon Ohnn), Taskmaster (Tony Masters), Terrance, Gavin Thorpe, Mr. Tolliver, Typhoid Mary (Mary Walker), Warhawk (Mitchell Tanner), Willis, the Word, Wrecking Crew (Bulldozer/Henry Camp, Piledriver/Brian Calusky, Thunderball/Eliot Franklin, Wrecker/Dirk Garthwait), Yakuza (Tatsu'o, others)
Enemies: A.I.M., Avengers (Captain America/Steve Rogers, Iron Man/Tony Stark, Yellowjacket/Hank Pym), Black Cat (Felicia Hardy), Black Mariah, Black Panther (T'Challa), Bloody Machete Crew, Bucky (Julia Winters), Luke Cage, Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers), Chesterton, Peter Chin, Naomi Chu, Carlie Cooper, Daredevil (Matt Murdock), Darkhawk (Chris Powell), Deadpool ("Wade Wilson"), Deadzone (John DeZoan), Meredith DeWolff, Ned Dobbs, Doctor Strange (Stephen Strange), Elektra, Fantastic Four (Human Torch/Johnny Storm, Invisible Woman/Susan Richards, Mr. Fantastic/Reed Richards, Thing/Ben Grimm), Kat Farrell, Fence, Sgt. Fingeroth, Don Fortunato, Gambit (Remy LeBeau), Don Geraci, Vinnie Geraci, Councilman Gianelli, Green Goblin (Harry Osborn), Groot, Christine Harris, Shelly Hatton, Hawkeye (Kate Bishop), Hawkeye (Clint Barton), Hobgoblin (Jason Macendale), Hulk (Jennifer Walters), Illuminati (Black Ant, Enchantress/Sylvie Lushton, the Hood/Parker Robbins, Mad Thinker, Thunderball/Eliot Franklin, Titania/Mary MacPherran), Iron Fist (Daniel Rand), Iron Lad (Nathaniel Richards), Jimmy-6 (Giacomo Fortunato), Joelle, Jessica Jones, Kangaroo (Brian Hibbs), Nick Kaska, Isadore Kipper, Kleiner, Kraven the Hunter (Alyosha Kraven), Stevie Marlowe, Marvel Knights (Black Widow/Natasha Romanoff, Luke Cage, Dagger/Tandy Bowen, Daredevil/Matt Murdock, Moon Knight/Marc Spector, Shang-Chi), Lemuel "Bruiser" McPhee, Menace (Lily Hollister), Moon Knight (Marc Spector), Molten Man (Mark Raxton), Oswald "Ozzy" Montana, Franklin "Foggy" Nelson, Nigel, Nomad (Jack Monroe), Dakota North, Null, Olivia, Stanley Osborn, Persuader (Ronald Rayburn), Punisher (Frank Castle), Regent (Augustus Roman), Requiem (Gamora), Rhino (Aleksei Sytsevich), Joe "Robbie" Robertson, Rocket Raccoon, Michelle Rodriguez, Puma (Thomas Fireheart), Rogue (Anna Marie), Jennie Royce, Sangese, Scarlet Spider/Spider-Man (Ben Reilly), Scorpion (Carmilla Black), Senor Magico, S.H.I.E.L.D., Spider-Man (Miles Morales), Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Kathy Somers, Spot (Jonathon Ohnn), Jacques St. Pierre, St. Johnny, Starling, Star-Lord (Peter Quill), Eugene "Flash" Thompson, Harold Ullman, Adam Warlock, Mary Jane Watson, Alex Wilder, Vinnie Williams, Wraith (Yuri Watanabe)
Known Relatives: Janice Lincoln (Beetle, daughter), Dump Truck (unknown relation)
Aliases: Mr. Stone, "Horror of Harlem"
Base of Operations: New York City, New York;
formerly Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
formerly Harlem, New York City, New York (place of birth)
First Appearance: Web of Spider-Man I#36 (March, 1988); (real name revealed) Spectacular Spider-Man II#139 (June, 1988)
Powers/Abilities: After exposure to a nerve gas, Tombstone developed superhuman strength and reflexes, as well as bulletproof skin that is resistant to temperature extremes and electricity. Tombstone has razor sharp teeth. He regularly employs others to work for him. Savage and unrelenting, Tombstone often uses guns, knives, and ropes in his attacks against others. Tombstone has a history of heart trouble. He has occasionally used creative measures in his plots, including poison pies and mutant pigs.
Weight: 460 lbs.
(Web of Spider-Man I#68/Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update '89#7 (fb) - BTS) - Born albino, Lonnie Lincoln often felt like a freak growing up, being a black man in white skin, with a disfigured nose, damaged vocal cords that required he speak in only whispers, and filed pointed teeth (which he may have filed himself).
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#139 (fb) - BTS) - Lonnie Lincoln developed a reputation at Harlem High School for being a bully. He ran an "insurance" scam, beating kids up unless they paid him. The kids called him Tombstone, partly due to his appearance.
(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update '89#7 (fb) - BTS) - The name Tombstone was also partially selected as a play on his middle name, Thompson. He often felt like Joe Robertson was his only friend, as he was the only person to show civility to him.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#139 (fb) ) - When Lincoln heard school reporter Joe Robertson was going to write a story about his bullying, Lincoln beat Robertson up to get him to drop the story.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#139/Spectacular Spider-Man II#149 (fb) - BTS) - A few years later, in Philadelphia, Tombstone murdered a crime-boss, Isadore Kipper, an employee of Oswald Montana.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#139 (fb) ) - An informant called Joe Robertson at the local newspaper to say he'd witnessed the murder, and Robbie rushed to the informant, but Tombstone had already killed him. Joe fled from Tombstone, who later called Joe at home with a subtle warning.
(Superior Foes of Spider-Man#7 (fb) - BTS) - Lincoln fathered a daughter, Janice, with a Dominican woman, but he spent part of Janice's childhood in jail.
(Superior Foes of Spider-Man#7 (fb) ) - When she was a young girl at a birthday party, she distracted the other kids with a dog while she stole all of the presents. Her father drove her away, praising her crime. Another time, Janice interrupted Tombstone's meeting with the Fixer in the backyard.
(Amazing Spider-Man V#26 (fb) - BTS - Growing up, Janice watched her father fight in never-ending gang wars, and she noticed he never came across a female mob leader.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#139 (fb) - BTS) - Over the following 20 years, Tombstone developed a lethal reputation as a mob enforcer in Philadelphia. Despite a dozen arrests, no evidence seemed to stick as witnesses constantly recanted their testimonies or disappeared altogether.
(Superior Foes of Spider-Man#7 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone paid for Janice to attend Columbia Law School to get her degree. She wanted her father to give her a super-villain costume upon graduation.
(Superior Foes of Spider-Man#7 (fb) ) - Tombstone attended Janice's graduation, where he was proud of her for being the valedictorian (though she'd caused the accident of another student to get there). Tombstone gave her a fancy car as a gift, but she still wanted to be a super-villain. Over pancakes, he told her that she shouldn't wear a costume, and that a woman could not be an effective boss. He told Janice to go get a job if she wanted to work her way up as a criminal.
(Superior Foes of Spider-Man#7 (fb) ) - Five years after she got a job as a lawyer, Tombstone called Janice at her firm and reminded her that it was the anniversary of her first crime. He told her how proud he was of her.
(Power Man and Iron Fist III#10 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone hung out with other criminals in the city, including Black Mariah, Dontrell Hamilton (the future Cockroach), Mortimer Norris (the future Mr. Fish), Cornell Stokes (the future Cottonmouth), and Raymond Jones (the future Piranha Jones), and they discussed forming a gang. Tombstone recommended they all file their teeth and call themselves the Fang Gang, but they argued when Tombstone called Mariah fat, and the group broke apart.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#141 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone murdered Harold Ullman, a man investigating the mobs.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#138 (fb) - BTS) - The Arranger, working for the Kingpin, hired Tombstone (who had a reputation as the "most feared hitman in the midwest"), to come to New York and watch Ronald Rayburn, a man on Wall Street who had powers to persuade others to do what he wanted.
(Web of Spider-Man I#36 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone trailed Rayburn, with a driver, for over a week.
(Web of Spider-Man I#36) - Reminding his driver not to call him Mr. Tombstone, Tombstone kept his eyes on Rayburn, not knowing that Robbie Robertson saw him from outside.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#137) - Tombstone exited the Kingpin's building and found Robbie Robertson outside. He threatened Robbie, telling him to leave him alone.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#138) - Tombstone burst into Rayburn's office and choked him before Rayburn could use his powers on him. He demanded that Rayburn come and see the Arranger.
(Web of Spider-Man I#38) - In the office with the Arranger, Tombstone saw Hobgoblin (Jason Macendale) attack and then vow to go after Spider-Man. Tombstone remained in the shadows.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#139 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone hired a hitman to kill Robertson.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#139) - The hitman was defeated by Spider-Man. As Arranger tried convincing Rayburn to work for him, Tombstone kept hitting the man, dislocating his arm when Rayburn tried using his powers. Robertson called Tombstone there, asking for a meeting in Battery Park, and Tombstone sent in the nurse Shiella to tend to Rayburn as he left. In Battery Park, Robertson drew a gun on Tombstone, determined to arrest him, then he fired when Tombstone advanced on him, but Tombstone was wearing Kevlar. Tombstone then squeezed Robbie's back and left him lying there in the park.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#140) - Tombstone showed up at the hospital to taunt Robertson, who assumed he had a broken back. Hearing that Spider-Man was after him, Tombstone checked in with the Arranger, who was keeping Rayburn sedated there.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#141 (fb) - BTS) - Getting word that the Punisher was in town, Arranger sent Tombstone and his men, including Willis, to lure Punisher in near Rayburn, who was now operating as the costumed villain Persuader.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#141) - Tombstone, reminding his men not to call him "Mr. Tombstone" or he would break their legs, saw Spider-Man visit Punisher and he electronically eavesdropped, learning that Robertson had made a cassette tape about him. Seeking to get the tape, Tombstone broke into Peter Parker's apartment, where he attacked Mary Jane Watson, demanding to know where Peter Parker was.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#142 (fb) ) - Tombstone hurt Mary Jane's wrist, telling her to give Peter a warning. Tombstone read Peter Parker's book and determined he was friends with Spider-Man.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#142) - Tombstone called the hospital and spoke to Peter, telling him to bring the tape to Atlanta the next day. In Atlanta, Tombstone lured Spider-Man into a construction building and the two battled, with Tombstone initially getting the upper hand. Spider-Man used his enhanced strength and agility to defeat Tombstone, who admitted that he hadn't killed Robertson because he considered Robertson his friend. Spidey knocked Tombstone into a truck of wet concrete. Meanwhile, Robertson discovered his spine was merely bruised and not broken, and he found the courage to expose Tombstone's crimes to the newspapers. Tombstone was soon arrested.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#149) - On trial for the Kipper murder, Tombstone admitted that he did it, but he wouldn't admit to attacking Robertson. The prosecutor considered holding Robertson accountable for not reporting the murder years before.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#150) - When Robertson was convicted to jail for three years, Tombstone arranged to have his cell right next to Robertson's.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#151 (fb) - BTS) - In prison in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, Tombstone warned Robertson to keep quiet about him to his friends and family.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#151) - When Spider-Man showed up at Robertson's prison window, Robertson refused to tell the hero about Tombstone, as Tombstone eavesdropped in the next cell. Later, Tombstone influenced the guards into turning away while he and his thugs in prison threatened Robertson in the prison lobby. Tombstone grabbed Robertson around the neck, but a muscular prisoner named Bruiser choked Tombstone back, warning him to stay away from Robertson.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#152) - Tombstone sent a few prisoners against Bruiser, who fought back and defeated them all. As Bruiser was taken to solitary, he warned Tombstone not to touch Robertson while he was gone.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#153) - For weeks, Tombstone watched Bruiser train Robertson in the gym. One night, Tombstone and his men, including Armand, staged an attack on Bruiser, shooting him with a nail gun to the heart. Robertson rushed and got Bruiser confined in a cell in solitary confinement for safety. Tombstone got the keys and entered the cell, where Bruiser, despite being wounded, traded blows with the villain. Robertson was held back while Tombstone beat Bruiser to death, then Tombstone rushed back to his cell when the alarm sounded.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#155 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone forced Robertson to lure Spider-Man to the jail, where he told Robertson to inject the hero with an experimental virus in a syringe. Tombstone arranged for the guard, Otto, to help stage the breakout, and some of his contacts in New York wanted Spider-Man dead.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#155) - When Spider-Man arrived, he was shocked to see Tombstone, then Robertson injected the hero. Tombstone began beating Spider-Man, then he chained him up and beat him more, careful to keep him alive so the hero could help them escape. Otto triggered the breakout as helicopters arrived, but Spider-Man broke out of his shackles and held on to the helicopter that Tombstone and Robertson were seeking to escape on. Tombstone tried kicking Spidey free, but Robertson grabbed Tombstone around the neck, choking him, and they both fell from the helicopter and to the ground far below, where Spidey expected they had been killed in the fall.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#156 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone and Robertson hit the river hard and Robertson broke his leg. They washed up in Amish country.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#156) - Tombstone found an Amish veterinarian, Aaron DeWeiss to watch over Roberton's recovery.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#157 (fb) - BTS) - Over the following few weeks, Robertson's leg healed as they stayed with Aaron and his wife on their farm. Robertson remained silent, worried Tombstone would hurt the family if he spoke up.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#157) - Tombstone gave Robertson a subtle threat, then told him they needed to talk soon, now that the leg was healed up. Later, Tombstone attacked Robertson, telling him he planned to kill him now that he was healed. Robertson got a punch in then ran into the corn fields. Tombstone beat Robertson until he managed to grab a pitchfork and stab Tombstone in the chest. Saying how cold it was, Tombstone went wandering into the cornfield. Bleeding, Tombstone soon joined up with Hammerhead and Chameleon.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#161) - With chauffeur Roscoe, Hammerhead drove Tombstone back to the prison, where Robertson was receiving a full pardon inside. Hammerhead reminded Tombstone that he was a wanted man, and suggested they make things right. Later, at the club, Hammerhead had Hobgoblin come in and he offered him $25000 to kill Robertson, ignoring Tombstone's protests that he should be the one to do it. Tombstone waited across the street and shot Hobgoblin, grazing his skull with a bullet, allowing Spider-Man and Puma to defeat Hobgoblin and save Robertson.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#163) - Hobgoblin reported that he hadn't killed Robertson, and Hammerhead sent the villain back out. Tombstone complained about the hit on Robertson, but Hammerhead refused to listen.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#166) - Tombstone sat by with Hammerhead while Chameleon reviewed business lows with Kingpin and the Maggia. Tombstone was sent by Hammerhead to get some coffee, and when one of the Kingpin's men tried to recruit Tombstone, he punched the man through a wall.
(Web of Spider-Man I#66) - Tombstone's thugs forced Molten Man into the back of Tombstone's car, and Tombstone sought to force Molten Man to steal chemicals used in cocaine from Osborn Chemical, promising to frame him if he didn't do it. Tombstone sent a snitch to warn Robbie Robertson about the robbery, hoping to bring him into a trap. Tombstone arrived that night with a squad full of armed men, but they found Molten Man had brought in Spider-Man to stop them, then Green Goblin (Harry Osborn) worked with the heroes as well. Tombstone snuck off to get the chemicals, but he found an armed Robbie Robertson waiting for him. Tombstone advanced on Robbie, who shot Tombstone. Tombstone fell into a room full of experimental gas, then burst through the wall to escape.
(Web of Spider-Man I#67) - Tombstone fought off a group of vagrants, resisting their fists and even gunfire. Tombstone, realizing he was indestructible, returned to Hammerhead, fighting off his men and revealing himself.
(Web of Spider-Man I#68 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone beat up Hammerhead and had him tied up, then he took over his gang. He sent word to Robertson to come to him.
(Web of Spider-Man I#68) - Robertson found Hammerhead tied up, and Tombstone revealed he was in charge now. Tombstone told Robertson that their scores were even now, then Spider-Man attacked and Hammerhead broke free. Tombstone battered both men back, shrugging off both gunfire and webs. When Spider-Man commented that Tombstone was "cold as ice, hard as marble", Tombstone laughed about that being his new catchphrase. When Hammerhead fired on a building full of weapons, it exploded, and Tombstone went missing.
(Daredevil I#295 (fb) - BTS) - The Hand hired Tombstone and Taskmaster to kill assigned targets in public ways, promising them points and cash as they did so, with more money for the victors.
(Daredevil I#292 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone eagerly killed dozens of targets, wanting to win the battle with Taskmaster.
(Daredevil I#292) - Tombstone grabbed engineer Peter Chin when he tried to leave a meeting and swiftly murdered him in the coat check. Later, Tombstone bragged to Taskmaster that he had 36 confirmed hits, but Taskmaster taunted Tombstone's besmirching his reputation and drawing a sword on him. Tombstone nearly attacked, but remembered the rules that he wasn't to touch other assassins. Daredevil jumped in, pushing Tombstone and Taskmaster aside just as Punisher opened fire on them. The villains fled as the two heroes sparred. Taskmaster and Tombstone jumped on a bus and killed the driver, and Taskmaster got behind the wheel. The heroes landed on the roof of the bus, then Punisher fell into the interior, where Tombstone immediately grabbed him by the neck.
(Daredevil I#293) - Tombstone was choking Daredevil when the bus crashed and Daredevil battled Taskmaster. Punisher was shocked that Tombstone's skin was thicker and he seemed stronger. Punisher took the battle outside, throwing Tombstone into a taxi cab. Daredevil began battling Punisher, and he grabbed Punisher's gun and fired as Punisher threw a knife. The bullet hit the knife, saving Taskmaster's life, but the blade hit Taskmaster in the stomach instead. Tombstone fled, realizing Taskmaster was out of the competition now and he had free reign.
(Daredevil I#293 - BTS) - Tombstone accepted the assignment to kill city commissioner Christine Harris at the circus while she gave a speech. He prepared a poisoned pie and planned to dress as a clown to sneak up on her.
(Daredevil I#293) - Tombstone knocked out a clown and put on his makeup and costume, then headed to the circus with the poison pie. At the circus, he prepared to throw the pie, but Daredevil and Punisher arrived in a battle, and Daredevil threw his club to knock the pie into Tombstone's own face, but he survived due to his enhanced powers. He was later arrested by Sgt. Fingeroth.
(Darkhawk#11 (fb) - BTS) - Wanting to get back at the Hand, Tombstone heard about the new hero Darkhawk and wanted to get the amulet that gave the hero his powers.
(Darkhawk#10) - Tombstone beat up men in a curio shop, demanding intel on Darkhawk. Later, in an abandoned amusement park, Tombstone hurt the derelict St. Johnny when Darkhawk attacked, and Tombstone said he wanted the hero's amulet.
(Darkhawk#11) - Tombstone and Darkhawk savagely battled until Ned Dobbs hit Tombstone with tear gas and briefly saved Darkhawk before running away. Tombstone attacked again, shocked that Darkhawk had already healed from his injuries. Darkhawk tossed Tombstone into a wall, but the villain managed to rip the amulet off the hero's chest.
(Darkhawk#12) - Tombstone nearly killed Darkhawk, but St. Johnny attacked with a laser gun, so Tombstone took the amulet and fled.
(Darkhawk#13) - Tombstone took the amulet to one of Hammerhead's labs, demanding that scientists Clarence and Terrance figure out how to access the amulet's power.
(Darkhawk#14) - When the scienstists couldn't figure out the amulet, Tombstone took it to the mystic Idnar, but Idnar was overwhelmed by it and collapsed.
(Darkhawk#15) - Still searching for how to access the amulet, Tombstone visited psychic Madame Rose, who said the amulet was calling out for its owner. As Tombstone threatened the woman, Darkhawk savagely attacked, desperate to get the amulet back, and Tombstone was soon defeated in a burst of electricity. Darkhawk retrieved the amulet.
(Cage I#3 (fb) - BTS) - Hardcore hired Tombstone, Nitro, and Kickback, forming the Untouchables, and he ordered them to apprehend Dakota North in Chicago.
(Cage I#2) - The Untouchables (Nitro, Kickback, Tombstone) showed up at Dakota North's employer, the Chicago Spectator, in Chicago and fought their way past the doorman. They left a note for Dakota while Nitro blew up the building.
(Cage I#3) - Tombstone, impatient to get back to New York, trained alongside the Untouchables, his skin proving resistant to Nitro's explosions. Hardcore supervised the others, giving instructions. The Untouchables attacked Dakota North's office, still seeking intel, and threatened civilians, including Teague, until Luke Cage attacked. Tombstone considered he and Cage evenly matched, but he was quickly bested and Cage demanded answers. Cage threw Tombstone into a car before the villain admitted they were there for North, then he tricked Cage into going back inside.
(Cage I#4) - After the Punisher attacked, Tombstone drove the getaway car for the Untouchables, who had captured Dakota. Cage crashed a motorcycle into the escape van and Kickback knocked Nitro outside to fight him while they escaped. Tombstone and Kickback delivered North to Hardcore and Tombstone demanded payment so that he could leave while he was ahead, but Hardcore began beating Dakota, turning Kickback against him. Tombstone took his money and left rather than getting involved.
(Daredevil I#307) - Tombstone dressed as a bellboy in Las Vegas, passing Nomad and baby Bucky on his way in. Wanting to eliminate some of the competition for the Maggia's holdings, Tombstone killed several men with knives and guns, then Daredevil and Nomad attacked him, choking him, lighting a fire around his face, then knocking him out an upper story window. Tombstone got up from the fall, promising revenge. Tombstone later attended a meeting of criminals, including the Fenris Twins, his superior Hammerhead, Werner von Strucker of Hydra and his bodyguard Snakeskin (secretly Baron Strucker), the Slug, members of the Secret Empire, Justin Hammer, Mr. Tolliver, Jonin of the Hand, Tatsu'o of the Yakuza, and a woman named the Word representing the Red Skull. Tombstone found himself envisioning each of their deaths.
(Nomad II#4) - The meeting continued as Troy Donahue arrived.
(Nomad II#5) - The meeting continued as some of the criminals got into arguments.
(Daredevil I#308) - Fights broke out among the criminal factions, and Tombstone killed a ninja who had just killed men working for Justin Hammer, including Gary. Later, he watched more arguments break out among the criminal factions.
(Daredevil I#309) - Tombstone looked upon the arguing criminal factions with disdain, wanting to tear them all apart, seeing himself as a torpedo who could tear the others apart. He calmly stood as arguments drove the criminals apart. Tombstone found himself blaming the Hand for the rifts, and he sought to get revenge. Daredevil electrocuted Tombstone before reasoning with the villain that the innocent woman, Naomi Chu, that Izanami possessed didn't need to die. Tombstone waited as Chu was freed from possession, disrupting the Hand's plans, then Tombstone left peacefully.
(Punisher War Journal I#47) - Tombstone and Hammerhead were leaving the city when an explosion deterred their escape route. They started fighting, drawing guns on each other, then they both shot Number Three of the Secret Empire when he sought to take their car. The two drove away from the chaos in Vegas, determined to reach Hammerhead's place in Lake Tahoe.
(Captain America I#411) - Tombstone sat in the crowd on A.I.M. Island among many super-villains watching a competition.
(Captain America I#413) - Tombstone participated in an attack on Captain America for the promise of payment from Batroc.
(Marc Spector: Moon Knight#48 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone made a play for power in New York City, and took over a local gang. When the criminal Deadzone killed many, Tombstone planned a counter-attack.
(Marc Spector: Moon Knight#48) - Moon Knight attacked Tombstone's gang, and Tombstone proposed an alliance, but Moon Knight refused.
(Marc Spector: Moon Knight#49) - Moon Knight contacted Tombstone, agreeing to an alliance to set a trap for Deadzone. They put out word of a mob meeting at the grave of Paulo Santacosta, and Moon Knight posed as Tombstone's chauffeur.
Deadzone attacked and Moon Knight defeated him temporarily. When Tombstone tried killing Deadzone, Moon Knight stopped him, allowing Deadzone to recover, but Tombstone fled, abandoning the hero, as the police closed in. Deadzone ended up getting arrested.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#204) - Tombstone burst in the door, looking for Hammerhead, and he proclaimed that he was the boss now. Shrugging off gunfire from Hammerhead's men, including Sandoz, Tombstone then broke Hammerhead's arm and leg to put him out of commission. Later, Tombstone applied to be on a local criminal council, but the representative Chesterton told him that his application had been rejected. Tombstone was furious and beat up Chesterton until he got the name of the man behind the rejection: Nick Kaska. Tombstone took his men, including Sandoz, to attack Kaska's club, and Kaska sent his men, including Nigel and Kleiner, to fight back. A gun battle broke out, and Kaska blew up the club in response. Unharmed, Tombstone attacked EMTs when they arrived, including their ambulance driver, Flash Thompson.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#205) - Tombstone beat up Flash Thompson then tossed him into Spider-Man while escaping in the ambulance. Tombstone returned to the group of criminals demanding a place on their board and he was prepared to use force, but Kaska argued that he had to earn his place among them, inviting him to kill Spider-Man to prove himself. Tombstone and his men set a trap for Spider-Man, but Black Cat attacked, slashing at Tombstone's eyes while his men pelted her with gas, then Spider-Man arrived and knocked Tombstone into the water, but Tombstone emerged with Spider-Man's mask in his hand.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#206) - As Tombstone bragged that Spider-Man was dead, Black Cat attacked and rushed into the water, and Tombstone was flanked by Sandoz and his men. Tombstone returned Spidey's mask to Kaska and the others on the council, but Kaska still chided Tombstone, so he lashed out, violently attacking the criminals. Spider-Man, still alive, arrived and Tombstone savagely attacked, diving out the window to the street below before he finally fell unconscious.
(Web of Spider-Man I#120 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone escaped from jail and hurt many people as he made his way back to the city.
(Web of Spider-Man I#120) - Scarlet Spider (Ben Reilly) attacked Tombstone, who was trying to rob an armored truck. Tombstone was quickly knocked unconscious.
(Spider-Man/Punisher: Family Plot#1 (fb) - BTS) - In an attempt on the New York mobs again, Tombstone sent his men Steve Marlowe and Jeff Phelps to assassinate Don Geraci, but they failed.
(Spider-Man/Punisher: Family Plot#1) - With his man Grover Dill at his side, Tombstone killed Phelps, then instructed Marlowe to finish the job on Geraci. Tombstone plotted with Dill, talking about his grand plans to take over the city, when Marlowe returned and reported that the chief of police Vinnie Williams had been killed, and Tombstone planned on hitting the city councilman, Gianelli, that night. Just as he realized Marlowe had a spider-tracer on him, Tombstone began beating Marlowe, but Spider-Man (Ben Reilly) attacked with Punisher right on his tail. Grover was shot, but Marlowe helped Tombstone escape by using a bomb on the heroes.
(Spider-Man/Punisher: Family Plot#2) - Tombstone, frustrated with the loss of his penthouse, commended Marlowe for his quick thinking in killing the heroes. At Marlowe's home, Tombstone made plans to kill the mayor next, and he beat up Gordy a bit before taking Marlowe's son, Stevie, hostage, sending Marlowe with John and others to kill the mayor. In a short time, Tombstone grew tired of the kid and ordered Shawn and Benny to kill him, but Spider-Man attacked, then the Punisher, even as Stevie's mother, Kathy Somers, arrived to save her son. Marlowe distracted Tombstone long enough for the hostages to be saved, then Punisher blew up a building, and Tombstone was missing in the wreckage.
(Punisher III#5) - Don Geraci (with his son grandson Joey) assembled members of the various crime families, including Tombstone and Rosalie Carbone, and Geraci announced that he was naming the Punisher as his successor. Tombstone was disgusted, but Geraci wouldn't be reasoned with, even when Tombstone threatened mob violence. Rosalie, who Tombstone hated simply because she was a woman in power, had her mob attack. Tombstone found himself working with Punisher to hold the armed men off, then Punisher, saying he'd collect a favor from Tombstone later, drew the men away so Tombstone could escape. Tombstone considered killing Punisher anyway, but ran instead.
(Punisher III#9) - Tombstone made a play on Punisher and the Geraci family, assembling criminals to work with him. He threw one man out the window and then killed Vinnie Geraci to prove his point. Tombstone worked with Jigsaw, Hachiman (Izumi Ishihara), and Firefox (Grigori Andreivitch) to kill Geraci, and they believed Punisher was dead as well. Geraci's children were taken captive by Tom Robbins, Geraci's former aide.
(Punisher III#10) - Punisher posed as Tombstone's chauffeur and knocked Tombstone out with sleeping gas. Tombstone woke up tied to a wrecking ball with chains and Punisher smashed him against walls until Tombstone gave up the location of the Geraci kids. Punisher then dropped the ball in the river, expecting Tombstone to drown.
(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. Tombstone and his men launched an attack, and found Jimmy-6 and Spider-Man defending Fortunato. Spidey defeated Tombstone in combat, then Fortunato electrified the floor, knocking everyone out.
(Spider-Man I#74) - Tombstone was placed in power blockers and paraded before Hydra and other criminals as an example by Fortunato. Fortunato ordered the criminal heads, including his son Jimmy-6, to open fire on Tombstone and the others, but Jimmy-6 refused. Spider-Man escaped restraints and Daredevil attacked, and the heroes directly rescued Tombstone from the gunfire and got him to safety on a helicopter.
(Spider-Man Team-Up#5 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone acquired a new addictive drug that, when taken in large doses, resulted in paralysis and death. Planning to sell it all over New York, Tombstone sent his man Creaux to negotiate with Jacques St. Pierre.
(Spider-Man Team-Up#5) - When St. Pierre refused to work with Tombstone, Tombstone forced an overdose of the drug on him, then Spider-Man (Ben Reilly) and Gambit intervened, fighting Tombstone, who nearly killed police officer Meredith DeWolff before he was defeated.
(Marvel Knights I#11) - The Marvel Knights (Black Widow, Luke Cage, Dagger, Daredevil, Moon Knight, Shang-Chi) attacked a nightclub where criminals were hanging out, including Tombstone, Bullet, Bengal, Big Ben, and Shades, all of them working for Viktor Smerdilovisc.
(Marvel Knights I#12) - Tombstone used a handgun and then a grenade launcher to try and defeat the heroes, leaving only Dagger conscious, but Dagger shockingly used the Darkforce to pull the criminals into the Darkforce Dimension.
(Thunderbolts I#53) - Tombstone was among the prisoners at Seagate.
(Spider-Man's Tangled Web#13) - At the Bar With No Name, Tombstone picked a fight with Al Kraven (the son of Kraven the Hunter), saying he had beef to settle with Al's father. Kraven backed down when Al punched him in the privates.
(Deadline#2) - Tombstone warned reporter Kat Farrell to back off a case that could expose Kingpin's criminal dealings. When Farrell threatened to write about Tombstone, he walked away laughing.
(Spider-Man's Tangled Web#16) - Tombstone was robbing a bank when he had a heart attack. Dr. Robinson couldn't tend to him due to his unbreakable skin, so the federal government picked Tombstone up and took him to prison, where they determined another heart attack was very likely. Putting power blockers on Tombstone, the warden had Captain Sangese move him into general population and introduced him to his cellmate, the Spot. Tombstone, put on a medically restricted diet, found many of the prisoners angry with him due to his past criminal activities. After getting into an altercation with the muscular Kangaroo, Tombstone felt his heart strained. He saw Big Ben Donovan, Rocket Racer, and Hypno-Hustler and recruited them to be his gang, planning on going after Kangaroo. When a man attacked Tombstone in the shower, Tombstone stole his scissors, then learned that Spot was teaching Kangaroo how to read. He demanded that Spot let him into the library so he could kill Kangaroo, but Spot refused until Tombstone roughed him up.
(Spider-Man's Tangled Web#17 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone made plans with Spot to get him out of prison, and he told Spot to report him to the guards.
(Spider-Man's Tangled Web#16) - After hearing the guards were placing bets on Tombstone vs. Kangaroo, Tombstone approached a guard about placing a bet on himself. Later, Tombstone and his gang attacked Kangaroo in the library, but the guards stopped them, promising to put Tombstone in solitary.
(Spider-Man's Tangled Web#17) - Tombstone was kept in solitary, where the guards taunted him and kept his heart medication away from him. After having another heart attack, he was rushed to the infirmary, where Donovan, Hypno-Hustler, and Rocket Racer were being treated for wounds as well, and the guard loyal to Tombstone informed him that he was being taken in for surgery; Tombstone ordered the guard, McKenna, to make sure Sangese was on the transport. While being transported, Tombstone freed himself and harmed the guards on board, escaping.
(Spider-Man's Tangled Web#17 (fb) - BTS) - Spot teleported Tombstone to Switzerland, where he got his heart surgery.
(Spider-Man's Tangled Web#17) - Spot met with Tombstone in the city and asked for help, but Tombstone broke his neck instead, then made plans to take over Harlem.
(Spider-Man's Tangled Web#19) - Tombstone got a drink at a bar.
(Alias#26 - BTS) - Tombstone got caught and was incarcerated at the Raft.
(New Avengers I#2) - Tombstone was among the villains who escaped from the Raft.
(Marvel Knights: Spider-Man I#10 (fb) - BTS) - The Green Goblin formed the Sinister Twelve (Boomerang, Chameleon, Electro, Green Goblin, Hammerhead, Hydro Man, Lizard, Sandman, Shocker, Vulture, Venom).
(Marvel Knights: Spider-Man I#10) - Spider-Man and the Black Cat broke the Green Goblin out of Riker's Island only to find the Sinister Twelve ready to attack.
(Marvel Knights: Spider-Man I#11) - The Avengers (Captain America, Iron Man, Yellowjacket), Daredevil, and the Fantastic Four arrived to help Spider-Man and Black Cat defeat the Sinister Twelve.
(Wolverine III#30) - Willing to work off part of his jail sentence, Tombstone agreed to go on a mission for S.H.I.E.L.D. against A.I.M. agents and the super-computer Null. Tombstone fought alongside Warhawk, Constrictor, and Man-Bull.
(Marvel Knights: Spider-Man I#18) - Owl tried hiring Tombstone to go after Absorbing Man, but Tombstone turned him down.
(Underworld#3) - Tombstone had drinks at Satan's Circus.
(Amazing Spider-Man I#533) - Tombstone was among those who heard Spider-Man reveal he was Peter Parker on television.
(Daredevil II#90 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone was hired by Lilly Lucca to pretend to kidnap her in Monaco.
(Daredevil II#90) - Daredevil fought Tombstone in Portugal to try and free Lilly, but Tombstone escaped with the girl, after hitting her. Later, Lilly was furious with Tombstone for actually hitting her.
(Daredevil II#91) - Tombstone pretended to hand off a tied-up Lilly to the Matador, but Daredevil intervened, having realized that Lilly was behind it. Tombstone attacked Daredevil (after knocking aside Matador for getting in the way), but Daredevil knocked Tombstone in the river with a sledgehammer.
(Dark Reign: Cabal#1/3) - Tombstone attended the funeral service of Hood's driver Sam.
(Punisher VIII#4) - Tombstone had drinks with Grizzly, Answer and Squid at the Hood's hideout when the Hood walked in to check with Microchip about the progress in dealing with the Punisher.
(Deadpool: Suicide Kings#2 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone, at some point, began raising large pigs that had been exposed to toxic waste, mutating them. He named one of them Hannibal.
(Deadpool: Suicide Kings#1 (fb) - BTS) - Conrad O'Shea ended up in debt for over a million dollars to Tombstone. Conrad bet that he could kill Deadpool in 24 hours or he would double his payment to Tombstone.
(Deadpool: Suicide Kings#1) - Tombstone provided armed men for Conrad, but Deadpool swiftly maimed them. Conrad tried trapping Deadpool in a building explosion but it was ineffective. Tombstone told Conrad he would be working against him on the Deadpool debt, then he sent Conrad to fetch him chicken and waffles.
(Deadpool: Suicide Kings#2) - Tombstone forced Conrad to watch as he threw Bunky, a man who'd betrayed Tombstone, to the pigs to be eaten. Tombstone threatened to kill Conrad in the same way if the debt wasn't paid.
(Deadpool: Suicide Kings#3) - While Conrad acted as caddie over a pit of bodies, Tombstone was practicing golf when his aide Dump Truck (also related to Tombstone) told him that Daredevil and Deadpool were on their way over.
(Deadpool: Suicide Kings#4) - Tombstone took the severed heads of some of Hood's enemies to the Hood, wanting to secure some of Hood's men in his service, and Hood agreed to help. In the car, Tombstone chided Conrad for having spilled a bottle of alcohol given to Tombstone by Russell Simmons. Deadpool, Punisher, and Spider-Man closed in and found Tombstone waiting with armed men and the Wrecking Crew.
(Deadpool: Suicide Kings#5) - As Spider-Man, Punisher, and Deadpool defeated the Wrecking Crew, Tombstone fled, passing Dump Truck on his way. At his waiting helicopter, Tombstone pulled a gun on Conrad when the boy said he'd won the bet, but then Deadpool arrived, so Tombstone tossed Conrad to the pigs. After slaughtering the pigs, Deadpool attacked Tombstone, who initially held his own, but Deadpool downed him and threatened to stab him in the eye unless Tombstone gave a full confession.
(Amazing Spider-Man I#626) - Tombstone and Bushwacker accompanied the Hood to a gathering of criminals, where Hood challenged the men to fight until only one was left standing, and that person would become the new Scorpion, he said. Spider-Man, with his friends Michelle Rodriguez and the Scorpion (Carmilla Black) intervened and the villains escaped after a brief battle. During the fight, Tombstone bit Black on the shoulder.
(Amazing Spider-Man I#642) - Tombstone was among those hired by Doctor Octopus to go after the nearly born Stanley Osborn, believed to be the son of Norman Osborn. Tombstone worked with Shocker to attack Menace, the child's mother, just as she was going into labor, and they battled Spider-Man until Doctor Octopus arrived to claim the child.
(Amazing Spider-Man I#643) - Tombstone closed in on Carlie Cooper, who knew Menace.
(Amazing Spider-Man I#644) - Tombstone demanded to know where Menace was, but a group of men, including cops, rushed in to defend her. Tombstone grabbed the unconscious Shocker and rushed off, but soon trailed after Carlie again.
(Amazing Spider-Man I#645) - Tombstone followed Carlie to the home of Shelly Hatton, who was hiding Menace and Mary Jane Watson there. Tombstone knocked out Hatton then burst into the panic room, demanding that Menace tell him where the baby was. Menace instead summoned her goblin glider and hit Tombstone full force, knocking him out.
(Deadpool IV#50/51 (fb) ) - Wanting revenge on Deadpool, Tombstone commissioned a scientist to make a serum that would negate super-powers, including Deadpool's healing factor. The scientist only managed to make two vials of the serum. He then sent a sniper out to kill Deadpool.
(Deadpool IV#50) - Daken called to inform Tombstone that the sniper had failed. Tombstone then had more of the serum made.
(Deadpool IV#51) - Tombstone got word that other villains, like the Hand, were coming after Deadpool to take him down, having heard about the serum.
(Deadpool IV#51/52 (fb) ) - Tombstone reached out to Kingpin and Typhoid Mary to make sure that they weren't coming after his serum.
(Deadpool IV#51/53 (fb) ) - Bob Agent of Hydra tried convincing Tombstone to give him the serum so he could kill Deadpool himself, and Tombstone gave him one of the vials, convincing him it wouldn't kill Deadpool.
(Deadpool IV#51) - Tombstone returned to his lab, finding it ablaze.
(Deadpool IV#54) - Tombstone attacked Deadpool and Bob with a gun, but Deadpool managed to pin Tombstone to a wall with the wreckage of a truck. Later, Kingpin sent his ninjas after Tombstone.
(Hawkeye IV#2) - Tombstone attended a performance of Cirque du Nuit alongside other criminals, including Kingpin. Hawkeye (Clint Barton) and Hawkeye (Kate Bishop) intervened and stole money from the performance, causing the villains to vow revenge.
(Gambit V#9) - At the Bar With No Name, Tombstone arranged to meet with Joelle, who had arranged for Tombstone to receive intel on Baron Strucker and Hydra's actions from Shakey, her contact. Tombstone gave Joelle a tiny bag of money and said he'd give her the Pym Particles to enlarge it as soon as he had his intel. Gambit interrupted the meeting briefly. Joelle brought Shakey in, and Tombstone had Anaconda search them, but Gambit inspired a fight to break out in the bar and he soon blew up the bar itself. Tombstone vowed revenge.
(Hawkeye IV#8) - Tombstone attended a meeting held by the Kingpin where they planned on getting revenge on Hawkeye.
(Gambit V#10) - Flanked by two armed women, Tombstone questioned Fence, ally of Gambit, and learned that Gambit and Joelle had sought out a formula Baron Strucker had created that could restore life called the Zero Compound.
(Gambit V#11) - Tombstone sent hired mercenaries after Gambit and Joelle while he continued to question Fence, wanting to know about Joelle's history; he stabbed Fence in the hand to force more intel out of him. Fence learned that Joelle was very old in a young person's body, and that she had a daughter, Olivia, who was elderly and in a hospital. Tombstone waited at Olivia's hospital room and when Joelle returned with the Zero Compound, he cut her throat and took the compound.
(Gambit V#12) - Joelle tossed Tombstone through a window, leaving him to fall several stories below. Tombstone jumped in his car to drive away, but Gambit pursued him with a jet pack causing Tombstone to crash the car. Tombstone clutched the Zero Compound, wondering if it could deliver death as well as life, and Gambit kicked it out of his hand. As Tombstone saw the Zero Compound dissolving the ground around him, he began to realize how powerful it was, but then Rogue and Joelle opened fire on him from an airship. Tombstone fell as the ground, weakened from the Compound, dissolved beneath him.
(Superior Foes of Spider-Man#6) - Tombstone received an urgent text from Janice and he rushed to help her, discovering she'd been captured by the Owl. He knocked out the Owl then was shocked to see Janice dressed as the Beetle and tied up next to other super-villains, including, Overdrive, and Speed Demon.
(Superior Foes of Spider-Man#8) - Tombstone freed Beetle, Overdrive, and Speed Demon.
(Superior Foes of Spider-Man#15) - Beetle told Tombstone about finding the head of Silvermane, and she showed him photographs to prove the head was real.
(Superior Foes of Spider-Man#16) - Tombstone and his men blew up a Maggia car, determined to take the Silvermane head away from Beetle and her friends, Boomerang, Overdrive, and Speed Demon, but other criminals arrived determined to do the same thing, including Madame Masque, Mr. Negative, and his Inner Demons. A massive fist and gun fight broke out among the criminals. Tombstone left without the head.
(All-New Captain America#2) - At a bar, Tombstone watched the new Captain America (Sam Wilson) battle Crossbones on the television.
(Amazing Spider-Man IIII#16.1 (fb) - BTS) - Hearing rumors about Tombstone amassing an army and an arsenal, the police closed in on him, resulting in a standoff.
(Amazing Spider-Man III#16.1) - When one of Tombstone's men fired at the police, Tombstone killed him. Spider-Man intervened, tossing Tombstone in the river, and the police soon arrested him. In court, Tombstone (his full name revealed as Lonnie Thompson Lincoln) was released, Judge Howell ruling that the search warrant had been ineffective.
(Amazing Spider-Man III#18.1) - As Tombstone and Hammerhead's men battled in the streets, Wraith snuck into the jail and shot Tombstone in his cell.
(Amazing Spider-Man III#19.1) - Tombstone was in his cell wounded as the guards closed in and Wraith fled, lying to Spider-Man that an Inner Demon posing as Crime Master shot Tombstone.
(Hawkeye IV#22) - Tombstone was among a group of villains who vowed to go after the two Hawkeyes, Clint Barton and Kate Bishop.
SECRET WARS III HAPPENED
(Illuminati#2) - Tombstone was in the Fenris Club when he heard a Roxxon employee shockingly announce an offer of ten million dollars to any criminal who killed the Hood and his team, the Iluminati.
(Illuminati#3) - Tombstone shook off gunfire from the Hood before being knocked out by Thunderball.
(Power Man and Iron Fist III#1 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone started running a mob in part of New York. At some point, he acquired a necklace, the Supersoul Stone, with magical properties in a wager against the Hood.
(Power Man and Iron Fist III#1) - Luke Cage and Iron Fist approached Tombstone in his office wanting the necklace, believing that it rightfully belonged to their friend Jennie Royce. Tombstone sent his men against the heroes, but they left his office a wreck and took the necklace away. Tombstone planned revenge.
(Power Man and Iron Fist III#2) - Tombstone called his henchmen Reaper (Henry Manigo) and Grim (Gilbert Manigo) to go after the Supersoul Stone. When the men called to check in, Tombstone said he was watching them sitting in their car on a local news broadcast while Cage and Iron Fist fought other criminals (Gorilla-Man and Black Tarantula) who were looking for the necklace.
(Power Man and Iron Fist III#3) - Tombstone heard from Reaper and Grim, who continued tailing Luke Cage and Iron Fist, even as Black Mariah and Jennie Royce used the Supersoul Stone to rob several of Tombstone's establishments. Mariah and Jennie, now transformed into a monstrous woman, attacked Tombstone directly. When Grim and Reaper brought Cage and Fist to Tombstone's home, Tombstone hired the two heroes to protect him.
(Power Man and Iron Fist III#4) - Tombstone, Grim, and Reaper watched from the sidelines as Power Man and Iron Fist defeated Black Mariah and Jennie Royce, who returned to human form. When the heroes refused to hand over the Supersoul Stone, Tombstone vowed revenge.
(Amazing Spider-Man IV#12) - In the Cellar, a prison, Tombstone, in an inhibitor collar, was placed inside a container of liquid alongside dozens of offenders. The prison warden, Regent, drew upon those powers to fight heroes before he was defeated and the offenders released.
(Civil War II: Kingpin#2) - When Kingpin consolidated his power base, surrounded by criminals, Tombstone expressed doubt that the Kingpin had what it took to stay in control.
(Power Man and Iron Fist III#10) - Mr. Fish talked to Tombstone about the threats of Black Mariah and Black Cat, and they made plans to seize power.
(Power Man and Iron Fist III#11) - Tombstone was ranting about having been robbed again while Mr. Fish told Tombstone his reputation was suffering. Just then, Alex Wilder attacked, easily defeating both villains, then announcing that he was taking over the territory.
(Power Man and Iron Fist III#12 (fb) ) - Tombstone warned Cage and Iron Fist about Wilder, and said that war was about to break out on the streets.
(Power Man and Iron Fist III#12) - Grim and Reaper got word to Tombstone that a full-scale gang war (with Wilder, Mariah, and Piranha among them) was breaking out, and Cage and Iron Fist were involved. Tombstone then detonated an entire building, hoping for maximum casualties. Through binoculars, Tombstone saw many body bags being gathered, and he wanted confirmation on who had been killed.
(Power Man and Iron Fist III#13) - Tombstone, with Grim and Reaper, hired Black Talon to bring Mr. Fish back from Hell (where Wilder had seemingly sent him), and to help defeat Wilder himself.
(Power Man and Iron Fist III#14 (fb) ) - Black Talon cast an incantation to bring Mr. Fish back from Hell, and Tombstone greeted his friend.
(Power Man and Iron Fist III#14) - Vowing revenge, Tombstone and Mr. Fish looked for Wilder for weeks.
(Power Man and Iron Fist III#15) - Tombstone, Mr. Fish, Grim, and Reaper closed in on Alex Wilder, who was fighting with Black Mariah, Jennie Royce, Luke Cage, Senor Magico, and Iron Fist. The villains attacked, using missile launchers, but Cage quickly knocked Tombstone out.
(Daredevil V#17 (fb) ) - Tombstone was threatening a man tied to a chair with a knife when Daredevil burst in and beat up Tombstone and his gang.
(Kingpin II#3 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone robbed the Owl, who never found out.
(Kingpin II#4 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone entered into a partnership with Gavin Boyce, who was running a real estate scam.
(Kingpin II#2) - Kingpin hosted a charity banquet in the name of his wife, Vanessa Fisk, and Tombstone and Hammerhead showed up to confront Fisk over not being invited. Tombstone taunted Fisk, who responded by slamming Tombstone on the ground and choking him before inviting both men to leave.
(Kingpin II#3) - When reporter Sarah Dewey began asking questions about Boyce's shady business developments, armed men took her to Tombstone, who threatened to kill her until she said she was writing a book on the Kingpin. Tombstone said she should write about him instead, and she interviewed him, promising to keep his identity anonymous.
(Kingpin II#4 (fb) - BTS) - Tombstone got word that Sarah Dewey had written an expose on Gavin Boyce, taking him down. He then learned that the recording he'd given her had been used against him.
(Kingpin II#4) - Tombstone kidnapped Dewey and held a gun to her head, but Kingpin's men protected her, shooting Tombstone's men, including Giambone. Tombstone fled and Sarah was rescued.
(Kingpin II#5 (fb) - BTS) - Kingpin hired Tombstone for some work. Tombstone agreed, having heard Boyce was dead.
(Kingpin II#5) - Kingpin took Tombstone to a fight where he sat next to Jigsaw, James Wesley, and Turk Barrett. When Sarah Dewey showed up, she was furious to see Tombstone, and he casually apologized for trying to kill her. They watched a high-stakes boxing match featuring Orlando Perez.
(Daredevil V#23) - Legal, a representative of the Kingpin, hired Tombstone to take out Matt Murdock, who was preparing a case for the Supreme Court that was against the Kingpin's interests. Tombstone attacked Murdock in a public bar, soon throwing him through a window as he knocked Matt's colleague Jennifer Walters aside. Jennifer changed into the Hulk and attacked Tombstone. Outside, after shrugging off a thrown brick from Matt, Tombstone fled when Hulk approached.
(Daredevil V#24) - Tombstone, flanked by armed men, attacked Matt Murdock and his friend Foggy Nelson in another bar, but Murdock quickly filled the room with smoke and fought Tombstone back with alcohol in Tombstone's eyes and by beating him with a broken stick. Unable to see, Tombstone fled again.
(Daredevil V#25) - Tombstone was drinking in a bar in Baltimore with bartender Freddy when Legal called him to give him one more chance to kill Murdock. Tombstone chose to sit out instead, and Kingpin called him furiously, vowing revenge. Tombstone shrugged, knowing Murdock had won the Supreme Court case, and he was pleased to have stayed out of the fight.
(America#6) - Tombstone attended a boxing match between Ms. America and La Sirena, hosted by Arcade.
(Generation X II#7) - Tombstone attended an auction at Kilgore Industries, but he left before a fight broke out.
(Despicable Deadpool#297) - Tombstone welcomed other criminals aboard the Queen Kathleen, a ship where they could set their feuds aside and gamble, but Deadpool knocked the lights out and robbed the villains.
(Infinity Wars#1 (fb) - BTS) - When Turk Barrett acquired the Mind Stone, he contacted Tombstone, Spot, Typhoid Mary, Bullseye, and Sandman to protect him in an upcoming meeting with heroes.
(Infinity Wars#1) - The criminals flanked Turk in a meeting with several heroes (who possessed the other gems) to discuss how to handle them. Doctor Strange, Adam Warlock, Captain Marvel, Iron Lad, Star-Lord, Groot, and Rocket Raccoon attended, with Black Widow staying in the shadows. Using the stones, they realized that Thanos had been murdered, and mistrust soon developed. With Thor and Iron Man joining the heroes, a fight broke out, and Tombstone was hit by Drax. Then Requiem arrived, showing them the head of Thanos; she revealed herself as Gamora and killed Star-Lord to obtain his gem.
(Infinity Wars#2) - The timeline was altered and Star-Lord was saved. The battle continued until the villains chose to flee with Turk.
(Marvel Knights 20th#5) - Black Panther interrupted a poker game between Tombstone, Taskmaster, Jigsaw, and Crossbones, and they were winning before Daredevil, Elektra, and Punisher arrived to help finish the fight.
(Marvel Knights 20th#6) - Kingpin took leadership of Tombstone and the others and they renewed their attack on the heroes, but were still soon defeated.
(Miles Morales: Spider-Man#2) - Tombstone and his operatives acquired a truckload full of kids who'd been experimented on. Spider-Man (Miles Morales) and Rhino arrived to fight Tombstone, pummeling him until Tombstone fled, promising revenge.
(Deadpool VII#9) - Tombstone was approached by Jessica Jones and Deadpool, looking for Deadpool's missing heart. Tombstone said he knew nothing after Jessica beat him up, and he suggested they seek out Doctor Voodoo.
(Amazing Spider-Man V#19.HU) - Tombstone hung out at the Bar With No Name.
(Miles Morales: Spider-Man#7 (fb) - BTS) - Preparing to escalate a gang war, Tombstone sought to recruit the Iron Spider (Aaron Davis), but he was turned down. Iron Spider recounted how Tombstone was once known as "the Horror of Harlem".
(Miles Morales: Spider-Man#5 - BTS) - Tombstone's crew made a move for territory in the city, but Spider-Man (Miles Morales) stopped them. Later, Spider-Man intervened in another battle over territory, when Tombstone's crew fought the Bloody Machete Crew. Spider-Man broke into Tombstone's home and found another vigilante, Starling, who was after the villain.
(Miles Morales: Spider-Man#6) - Spider-Man and Starling later attacked Tombstone's new penthouse and fought his gang. Tombstone himself grabbed a high-powered energy weapon to fight back and wounded Starling, but he ended up hitting members of his own gang as well. Starling grabbed Tombstone and flew him into the sky, determined to kill him, but Spidey webbed Tombstone up and saved him, getting him back to ground. Spidey turned Tombstone over the police, but not before finding a file in his penthouse with Iron Spider's picture in it.
(Amazing Spider-Man V#28 - BTS) - Janice asked Tombstone to send his men to rebuild the F.E.A.S.T. center, and he did so, using the name Mr. Stone.
(Absolute Carnage vs. Deadpool#1) - After getting an invite to a party for Spider-Man, Tombstone and many other villains chased after Spider-Man and Deadpool.
Comments: Created by Gerry Conway (writer), Alex Saviuk (penciler) & Keith Williams (inker).
Tombstone may be one of Marvel's most consistent villains. His appearance, powers, and motivations have remained relatively unchanged over the last 30 years, and he shows up pretty often. He is a power-hungry mob boss who is ruthless and deadly, unforgiving and lethal. He makes big bids for power, takes impossible assignments for cash, and has a twisted sense of justice. He loves basically no one except himself and his daughter.
Marvel Knights: Spider-Man II#3 may not have been in continuity, or the Tombstone presented here may have been some sort of illusion or hallucination.
(Marvel Knights Spider-Man II#3 (fb) - BTS) - Growing up, Lonnie thought the world revolved around him and that he was the hero of his own story, destined for greatness.
(Marvel Knights: Spider-Man II#3) - Aboard a submarine, Spider-Man faced off against villains who seemed overwhelmed by his own fears. Tombstone cried about once thinking he was the most important person before realizing other people felt the same way.
Markus Raymond added Tombstone's cameos in Captain America I#413, Alias#26, Dark Reign: Cabal#1/3 and Punisher VIII#4.
Tombstone has profiles in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update '89#7 (December, 1989), Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition#14 (1992), All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z#11 (January, 2007) and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z HC#12 (2009).
Profile by Chadman.
Tombstone should not be confused with:
(Daredevil V#25) - A bartender loyal to the Kingpin, Freddy called Kingpin to inform him that Tombstone was sitting at his bar. At Kingpin's instruction, Freddy gave Tombstone a rocket launcher. Days later, Tombstone took another call from Fisk in Freddy's bar.
(Daredevil I#308) - Gary, a man working for Justin Hammer in Las Vegas, disobeyed orders, wanting to try out his new energy gun. He initiated a fight with the Hand, only to be slashed open, then Tombstone killed the ninja.
(Spectacular Spider-Man II#139 (fb) - BTS) - Ozzy Montana was a crime-boss in Philadelphia who was murdered by Tombstone, then left in the trunk of his own car.
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All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe#11, p51, pan1 (main)
Power Man and Iron Fist III#10, p1, pan1 (young, with raised hair)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update '89#7, Tombstone profile (original suit)
Web of Spider-Man I#67, p21, pan1 (indestructible)
Daredevil I#293, p15, pan5 (as clown)
Spider-Man/Punisher: Family Plot#1, p29, pan2 (black leather suit, open vest)
Spider-Man's Tangled Web#16, cover (in prison uniform)
Gambit V#11, p21, pan1 (with knife)
Gambit V#12, cover (open shirt, belt)
Daredevil V#25, p6, pan4 (Freddy)
Daredevil I#308, p1, pan7 (Gary)
Web of Spider-Man I#36 (March, 1988) - Gerry Conway (writer), Alex Saviuk (penciler), Keith Williams (inker), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Spectacular Spider-Man II#137-138 (April-May, 1988) - Gerry Conway (writer), Sal Buscema (artist), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Web of Spider-Man I#38 (May, 1988) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Alex Saviuk (penciler), Keith Williams, Mike Esposito (inkers), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Spectacular Spider-Man II#139-142 (June-September, 1988) - Gerry Conway (writer), Sal Buscema (artist), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Spectacular Spider-Man II#149-153 (April-August, 1989) - Gerry Conway (writer), Sal Buscema (artist), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Spectacular Spider-Man II#155-157 (October-November, 1989) - Gerry Conway (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Mike Esposito (inker), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Spectacular Spider-Man II#161, 163, 166 (February, April, July, 1990) - Gerry Conway (writer), Sal Buscema (artist), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Web of Spider-Man I#66-68 (July-September, 1990) - Gerry Conway (writer), Alex Saviuk (penciler), Keith Williams, Mike Manley (inkers), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Daredevil I#292 (May, 1991) - Dan G. Chichester (writer), Lee Weeks (penciler), Fred Fredericks (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Daredevil I#293 (June, 1991) - Dan G. Chichester (writer), Lee Weeks (penciler), Al Wiliamson (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Daredevil I#295 (August, 1991) - Dan G. Chichester (writer), Lee Weeks (penciler), Al Wiliamson (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Darkhawk I#10-15 (December, 1991-May, 1992) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Mike Manley (penciler), Ricardo Villagran (inker), Tom DeFalco (editor)
Cage I#2-4 (May-July, 1992) - Marcus McLaurin (writer), Dwayne Turner (penciler), Kelly Corvese (editor)
Daredevil I#307 (August, 1992) - D.G. Chichester (writer), Scott McDaniel (penciler), Bud LaRosa (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Nomad II#4-5 (August-September, 1992) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Pat Polliffe (penciler), Mark McKenna (inker), Glenn Herdling (editor)
Daredevil I#308-309 (September-October, 1992) - D.G. Chichester (writer), Scott McDaniel (penciler), Bud LaRosa (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Punisher War Journal I#47 (October, 1992) - Chuck Dixon (writer), John Hebert (penciler), Fred Fredericks (inker), Don Daley (editor)
Captain America I#411 (January, 1993) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Rik Levins (penciler), Danny Bulanadi (inker), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Captain America I#413 (March, 1993) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Rik Levins (penciler), Danny Bulanadi (inker), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Marc Spector: Moon Knight#48-49 (March-April, 1993) - Terry Kavanagh (writer), James Fry (penciler), Chris Ivy (inker), Joey Cavalieri (editor)
Spectaculer Spider-Man II#204-206 (September-November, 1993) - Steven Grant (writer), Sal Buscema (artist), Mark Powers (editor)
Web of Spider-Man I#120 (January, 1995) - Terry Kavanagh (writer), Steven Butler (penciler), Randy Emberlin, Don Hudson (inkers), Eric Fein (editor)
Spider-Man/Punisher: Family Plot#1 (February, 1996) - Tom Lyle (writer), Shawn McManus, Mike Harris, Mike Manley, Dick Giordano (pencilers), Randy Emberlin, Brett Breeding, Chris Ivy, Al Milgrom, Arne Starr (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
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Punisher III#5 (March, 1996) - Jon Ostrander (writer), Pat Broderick (penciler), Ralph Cabrera (inker), Chris Cooper (editor)
Punisher III#9-10 (July-August, 1996) - Jon Ostrander (writer), Tom Lyle (penciler), Robert Jones (inker), Jaye Gardner (editor)
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Spider-Man Team-Up#5/1 (December, 1996) - Darick Robertson (writer)/penciler), Jerome Moore (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Marvel Knights I#11-12 (May-June, 2001) - Chuck Dixon (writer), Ed Barreto (penciler), Nelson DeCastro (inker), Stuart Moore (editor)
Thunderbolts I#53 (August, 2001) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Patrick Zircher (penciler), Al Vey (inker), Joe Quesada (editor)
Spider-Man's Tangled Web#13 (June, 2001) - Ron Zimmerman (writer), Sean Phillips (artist), Axel Alonso (editor)
Deadline#2 (July, 2002) - Bill Rosemann (writer), Guy Davis (artist), Joe Quesada (editor)
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Spider-Man's Tangled Web#19 (December, 2002) - Robbie Morrison (writer), Jim Mahfood (artist), Axel Alonso (editor)
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New Avengers I#2 (February, 2005) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), David Finch (penciler), Danny Miki, Mark Morales (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
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Daredevil II#90-91 (December, 2006-January, 2007) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Michael Lark (penciler), Stefano Gaudiano (inker), Joe Quesada (editor)
Dark Reign: Cabal#1/3 (June, 2009) - Rick Remender (writer), Max Fiumara (artist), Bill Rosemann (editor)
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Amazing Spider-Man I#626 (May, 2010) - Fred Van Lente (writer), Michael Gaydos (artist), Stephen Wacker (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#642-644 (November- December, 2010) - Mark Waid (writer), Paul Azaceta (artist), Tom Brennan (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#645 (December, 2010) - Mark Waid (writer), Paul Azaceta (penciler), Matthew Southworth (inker), Stephen Wacker (editor)
Deadpool IV#50 (April, 2012) - Daniel Way (writer), Carlo Barberi (penciler), Walden Wong (inker), Jordan White (editor)
Deadpool IV#51 (April, 2012) - Daniel Way (writer), Alejandro Garza (penciler), Sean Pasons (inker), Jordan White (editor)
Deadpool IV#52-54 (May, 2012) - Daniel Way (writer), Ale Garza (penciler), Sean Parsons (inker), Jordan White (editor)
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Hawkeye IV#8 (April, 2013) - Matt Fraction (writer), David Aja, Annie Wu (artists), Stephen Wacker (editor)
Gambit V#10 (May, 2013) - James Asmus (writer), Clay Mann (penciler), Seth Mann (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
Gambit V#11 (June, 2013) - James Asmus (writer), Clay Mann, Paco Medina (pencilers), Seth Mann, Juan Vlasco (inkers), Daniel Ketchum (editor)
Gambit V#12 (July, 2013) - James Asmus (writer), Clay Mann, Dexter Soy, Leonard Kirk (pencilers), Jay Leisten (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
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Superior Foes of Spider-Man#6 (February, 2014) - Nick Spencer (writer), Steve Lieber (artist), Tom Brennan (editor)
Superior Foes of Spider-Man#7 (February, 2014) - Nick Spencer (writer), Rich Ellis (artist), Tom Brennan (editor)
Superior Foes of Spider-Man#8 (April, 2014) - Nick Spencer (writer), Steve Lieber (artist), Tom Brennan (editor)
Superior Foes of Spider-Man#15-16 (November-December, 2014) - Nick Spencer (writer), Steve Lieber (artist), Tom Brennan (editor)
All-New Captain America#2 (February 2015) - Rick Remender (writer), Stuart Immonen (penciler), Wade Von Grawbadger (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man III#16.1 (May, 2015) - Gerry Conway (writer), Carlo Barberi (penciler), Juan Vlasco (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man III#18.1-19.1 (August-September, 2015) - Gerry Conway (writer), Carlo Barberi (penciler), Juan Vlasco (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
Hawkeye IV#22 (September, 2015) - Matt Fraction (writer), David Aja (artist), Sana Amanat (editor)
Illuminati#2-3 (February-March, 2016) - Joshua Williamson (writer), Shawn Crystal (artist), Katie Kubert (editor)
Power Man and Iron Fist III#1-4 (April-July, 2016) - David Walker (writer), Sanford Greene (artist), Jake Thomas (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man IV#12 (July, 2016) - Dan Slott (writer), Giuseppe Camuncoli (penciler), Cam Smith (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
Civil War II: Kingpin#2 (October, 2016) - Matthew Rosenberg (writer), Ricardo Lopez Ortiz (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Power Man and Iron Fist III#10-12 (January-March, 2017) - David Walker (writer), Sanford Greene (artist), Jake Thomas (editor)
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Kingpin II#2 (May, 2017) - Matthew Rosenberg (writer), Ben Torres (artist), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Kingpin II#3 (June, 2017) - Matthew Rosenberg (writer), Marc Laming, Ben Torres (artist), Mark Paniccia (editor)
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Kingpin II#5 (August, 2017) - Matthew Rosenberg (writer), Ben Torres (artist), Mark Paniccia (editor)
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America#6 (October, 2017) - Gabby Rivera, Kelly Thompson (writers), Ramon Villalobos (artist), Wil Moss (editor)
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First Posted: 02/25/2020
Last updated: 02/25/2020
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