CRITI NOLL

Real Name: Criti Noll

Identity/Class: Extraterrestrial (Skrull) mutate

Occupation: Soldier, spy

Group Membership: Skrull Empire; formerly the Initiative (Annex/Alex Ellis, Armory/Violet Lightner, Baron von Blitzschlag, Batwing/Jimmy Santini, Bengal/Duc No Tranh, Butterball/Emery Schaub, Cloud Nine/Abby Boylan, Constrictor/Frank Payne, Crusader/Z'Reg, Debrii/Deborah Fields, Diamondback/Rachel Leighton, Dragon Lord/Tako Shamara, Gargoyle/Isaac Christians, Gauntlet/Joseph Green, Geiger/Delilah Dearborn, Geldoff, Gorilla Girl/Fahnbullah Eddy, Henry Gyrich, Hardball/Roger Brokeridge, Hellcat/Patsy Walker, Justice/Vance Astrovik, Komodo/Melati Kusama, Magnitude, Melee, Mutant Zero/Mary Walker, MVP/Michael Van Patrick, Network/Val Martin, Nighthawk/Kyle Richmond, Physique, Prodigy/Ritchie Gilmore, Rage/Elvin Haliday, Red 9/Wallace Jackson, Scarlet Spiders, Scorpion/Carmilla Black, She-Hulk/Jennifer Walters, Slapstick/Steve Harmon, Stature/Cassie Lang, Stingray/Walter Newell, Sunstreak/Andrea Roarke, Taskmaster/Tony Masters, Thor Girl/Tarene imposter, Trauma/Terrance Ward, Triathlon/Delroy Garret, Ultragirl/Suzy Sherman, War Machine/James Rhodes)

Affiliations: Bruno, Mrs. Green, Spider-Woman (Queen Veranke), Agent Sutton, Virtue (Ethan Edwards);
formerly Beast, Iron Man, Mr. Fantastic, Bill Foster, Spider-Man, Gravity, Medusa, Firebird, Venom, Wasp, Al Kraven, Hood, Deathlok (Michael Collins), Northstar, Commission on Superhuman Activities, every Earth citizen he ever worked with

Enemies: Anti-Man (Connor Sims), Avengers (Captain America/Steve Rogers, Falcon/Sam Wilson), Black Panther (T'Challa), Blue Marvel (Adam Brashear), Bullseye (Lester), Cable (Nathan Summers), Luke Cage, C.A.P. (Cease and Protect), Captain America (Steve Rogers), Cloak (Tyrone Johnson), Cobra (Klaus Voorhees), Dagger (Tandy Bowen), Daredevil (Matt Murdock), Doc Samson (Leonard Samson), Doctor Strange (Stephen Strange), Doombot, Dragon Man, Dreaming Celestial, Fantastic Four (Black Panther/T'Challa, Human Torch/Johnny Storm, Invisible Woman/Sue Storm, Mr. Fantastic/Reed Richards, Storm/Ororo Munroe, Thing/Ben Grimm), Falcon (Sam Wilson), Firebrand (Russell Broxtel), Nick Fury, Harry Givens, Goliath (Bill Foster), Danny Granville, Henry Gyrich, Virgie Hanlon, Hercules, Hulkling (Dorrek VIII/Teddy Altman), Hydra, Iron Man (Tony Stark), KIA (Michael Van Patrick clone), Lizard (Curt Connors), Mad Thinker (Julian), M.A.U.L.E.R. (Brendan Doyle), Mighty Avengers (Ares, Black Widow/Natasha Romanoff, Ms. Marvel/Carol Danvers, Wasp/Janet Van Dyne, Wonder Man/Simon Williams), Mr. Fantastic (Reed Richards), Mr. Hyde (Calvin Zabo), Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers), Namor, New Avengers (Luke Cage, Captain America/Steve Rogers, Iron Man/Tony Stark, Sentry/Robert Reynolds, Spider-Man/Peter Parker), the Order (Anthem/Henry Hellrung, Calamity/James Wa, Veda/Magdalena Neuntauben), Patriot (Elijah Bradley), Puppet Master (Phillip Masters), Quicksilver (Pietro Maximoff), Rangers (Armadillo/Antonio Rodriguez, Firebird/Bonita Juarez, Living Lightning/Miguel Santos, Phantom Rider/Hamilton Slade, Red Wolf/William Talltrees, Shooting Star/Victoria Star, Texas Twister/Drew Daniels), Dallas Riordan, Santron, Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff), Sentinel Squad O*N*E, She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters), S.H.I.E.L.D. (Brent Carson, Maria Hill, Eric O'Grady, Sutton, others), Space Phantom, Starfox (Eros), Stature (Cassie Lang), Stranger, Bev Sykes, Thing (Ben Grimm), Thunderbolts (Atlas/Erik Josten, Baron Zemo/Helmut Zemo, Fixer/Norbert Ebersol, M.A.CH.-IV/Abner Jenkins, Radioactive Man/Chen Lu), Tigra (Greer Nelson), Ultron, Brian Van Patrick, Vision, Vulturions, Wasp (Janet Van Dyne), Wiccan (Billy Kaplan), Wonder Man (Simon Williams), Wong, X-Men (Beast/Henry McCoy, Colossus/Piotr Rasputin, Cyclops/Scott Summers, Emma Frost, Kitty Pryde, Wolverine/James Howeltt)

Known Relatives: William Grant Nelson (son)

Aliases: Dr. Henry Pym, Yellowjacket, Ant-Man

Base of Operations: Camp Hammond in Stamford, Connecticut;
   formerly Avengers Tower in New York City, New York;
   formerly mobile aboard the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier;
   formerly CSA Headquarter in Washington D.C.;
   formerly Stark Industries in Chicago, Illinois of Earth-58163;
   formerly Henry Pym's home in Cresskill, New Jersey;
   formerly mobile on Earth;
   formerly somewhere in the Skrull Empire

First Appearance: (As Yellowjacket) House of M I#1 (August, 2005); (identity revealed as Skrull) Mighty Avengers I#15 (August, 2008); (name revealed as Criti Noll) New Avengers I#45 (November, 2008)

Powers/Abilities: Criti Noll was a talented Skrull warrior with experience in hand-to-hand combat and shapechanging. Dedicated to the Skrull military and the Skrull god, Criti Noll allowed herself (gender assumed as female; see comments) to have her entire genetic structure and memories overwrritten with an advanced Skrull process, turning her into a replica of Dr. Henry Pym. As a Super-Skrull, Criti Noll received the size-changing powers of Pym (able to shrink to ant-size and grow to giant-size), Quicksilver (super-speed), Black Panther (enhanced reflexes and senses), and the Vision (able to manipulate his molecular density). Noll possessed Pym's extensive scientific knowledge, including that of bio-genetics, robotics, and artificial intelligences. Noll also had access to vast technology as a member of the Skrull military and the Fifty State Initiative, including battle ships, Skrull armies, interplanetary teleportation, access to the Negative Zone, energy weapons, and more. As Pym, Noll once designed an Adamantium-cased "Stinger" bomb as well as the G.I. Ant-Man suit later used by Eric O'Grady.

There has been more than one Criti Noll. It appears that the process that overwrote her identity with that of Henry Pym was used to overwrite other Skrulls, or perhaps clones, with the identity of Criti Noll as well.

Height: Variable; (as Hank Pym) 6'
Weight: Variable; (as Hank Pym) 185 lbs.
Eyes: Variable; (as Hank Pym) blue
Hair: Variable; (as Hank Pym) blond

History:
(Mighty Avnegers I#15 (fb) - BTS) - When the Skrulls began planning a massive invasion of Earth, warrior Criti Noll researched and determined that it would be valuable for her to replace Hank Pym, a founding member of the Avengers. Her superiors weren't sure he would be a valuable asset, but Criti went to investigate him.

(Mighty Avengers I#15 (fb)) - Posing as a blonde and beautiful college student, Criti Noll attended a lecture given by Henry Pym and she made sure she was noticed. Later, after sleeping with him, she asked about his marriage, and he said they were separated. As the following weeks went by, Criti questioned Pym about Ultron, the Avengers, and other issues related to his life, work, and adventures. During a conversation about the Kree/Skrull war, Criti heard Pym question the honor of Skrulls, and she grew to giant size and knocked out Pym easily. When Wasp knocked on the door, Criti disguised herself as the student again and told Wasp that Pym was in the shower to make her go away. Criti delivered Pym to the Skrulls for containment, then underwent a genetic process that placed Pym's memories, powers, and skills into her own form. Disoriented at first with her own thoughts competing with Pym's in her brain, she asked for a week to show that Pym would be a valuable acquisition.

(Avengers: The Initiative#14 (fb) - BTS) - Noll also received the powers of Black Panther, Vision, and Quicksilver.

(Mighty Avengers I#17 (fb) - BTS) - After spending some time on Earth, Noll made a list of her favorite things about human culture, including one place in Oregon, Bruno's Nighttime Cafe, where she got a coffee/hot chocolate blend. At some point, Pym's consciousness overwrote that of Criti, and she tried to rebel against the Skrull mission in some subtle way. The Skrulls had to apprehend her and kill her, and then replace her with a duplicate (see comments) of the original, one which still had the same thoughts, powers, and abilities as the original Criti Noll/Pym hybrid.

(Mighty Avengers I#15 (fb) - BTS) - As other Skrulls began replacing key figures on Earth, the Skrulls realized that they could not hack into Stark technology, stunting their plans.

(Avengers: The Initiative#20 (fb) - BTS) - Pym worked with Tony Stark and Reed Richards in developing a clone of Thor, that was part cyborg.

(New Avengers I#42 (fb)) - Criti attended a strategy meeting with other Skrulls, including Veranke (posing as Spider-Woman) and Skrulls posing as Jarvis and Contessa Valentina de la Fontaine.

(Marvel Knights: Spider-Man I#15) - Spider-Man visited Pym at his private home in Cresskill, New Jersey. Pym offered to have ants listen for a spider-tracer signal for Spider-Man.

(Marvel Knights: Spider-Man I#16 - BTS) - Yellowjacket sent a message to Virtue, through his ants, that the signal had been found.

(House of M I#1) - Yellowjacket met with the New Avengers, Falcon, Wonder Man, Ms. Marvel, the X-Men, She-Hulk, Wasp, and Doctor Strange to discuss the threat of the Scarlet Witch losing her mind.

(New Avengers I#42 (fb)) - Later, when a large group of heroes were prepared to confront the Scarlet Witch, Criti called Veranke to check in, and Veranke instructed her to kill the Scarlet Witch.

(House of M I#1 - BTS) - Quicksilver rushed away with the Scarlet Witch, who soon used her powers to rewrite reality, creating the House of M.

(Secrets of the House of M#1 (fb) - BTS) - In the new reality, Hank Pym was married to Maria. During the early days of the Mutant-Human War, a Sentinel crashed into Maria's plane, killing her. Pym mourned for months until Tony Stark gave him a job, working on the Vision Project, alongside Dr. Henry McCoy.

(House of M I#2 (fb) / New Avengers I#45 (fb)) - Dr. Hank Pym worked with Dr. Henry McCoy in Tony Stark's company in Chicago. Against company orders, Pym worked to isolate the mutant gene. When McCoy learned about Pym's research, he was furious and threatened to expose Pym, but ultimately just invited him to lunch.

(New Avengers I#45 (fb)) - Panicking about the new reality and worried he'd be exposed for isolating the mutant gene, Pym went running for it, but Veranke, in the form of Spider-Woman, found him and stopped him.

(The Pulse: House of M Special#1) - Pym wrote an article on Nathaniel Essex and his work for a special of Scientific American.

(Iron Man: House of M#2 (fb) - BTS) - Pym created a bomb that would cancel mutant powers.

(Iron Man: House of M#1) - When Tony Stark and his father Howard discovered that Pym had mapped out the mutant genome, they ordered Pym to shut it down or be fired. Pym took his research and fled.

(Iron Man: House of M#2) - At a check station, Pym was detained by mutants, and Stark, dressed as Iron Man, arrived to intervene. Pym set off his bomb and it cancelled the powers of the mutants there. Pym bragged he'd made many more such bombs and planted them everywhere.

(Iron Man: House of M#3) - Pym revealed that he made many bombs, hoping to kill as many mutants as possible, and he revealed that he believed he was saving the world and was ready to die for his actions. Johnny Storm arrived in armor and he shot Pym, resulting in a superficial wound, and then Storm and Iron Man rushed off to disable the bombs, successfully doing so. In the end, the bombs were stopped.

(House of M I#8) - After the House of M reality reversed itself and regular reality was restored, Yellowjacket joined the Avengers in investigating the traumas of the Scarlet Witch.

(New Avengers I#45 (fb)) - The Skrulls met with Veranke to discuss their plans. They considered the fact that most of the world's mutants had been depowered by the Scarlet Witch when reality had reverted itself a sign of approval from their god.

(New Thunderbolts#14 (fb) - BTS) - Pym allied with the Commission on Superhuman Activities to aid Baron Zemo (Helmut Zemo) further his plans to save the world (he saw the future and saw the destruction of the world on a few occasions).

   As part of their plan Pym released miniaturized surveillance microbes created at Nugent Technologies at the Baxter Building to monitor the Fantastic Four.

(New Thunderbolts#14 (fb)) - From the CSA headquarter in Washington Pym, Gyrich and Carol Danvers observed Joystick release a large number of microbes through her truncheon during a fight with Spider-Woman (secretly Veranke) at Avengers Tower. Pym hoped she could survive another thirty minutes and keep releasing microbes.

(New Thunderbolts#13 (fb)) - The vice president of the US met with Carol Danvers and Pym at the CSA headquarter to hear if the CSA's plan to cover the headquarters of the Thunderbolts, Avengers and Fantastic Four with surveillance microbes. He noticed that Danvers wasn't so happy about the situation, but Pym didn't care how much damage it could cause.

(New Thunderbolts#14) - Pym, Gyrich and Danvers watched the Avengers, Thunderbolts and Fantastic Four on monitors thanks to the surveillance microbes. Though Pym seemed troubled he was glad that Joystick made it through. Pym just hoped they could believe what Zemo had told them about the future and that they needed him to save the world.

(Marvel Holiday Special 2005/2) - Yellowjacket attended a holiday party with the Avengers when Santron (an Ultron programmed like Santa Claus) attacked. Yellowjacket worked with Spider-Man to trick the Santron into eating a cookie that disabled it, then Pym analyzed Santron and discovered he'd been designed by Virgie Hanlon, a former employee of Stark's. Hanlon was brought in and talked to Pym as she dismantled Santron.

(Beyond!#1) - Hank Pym was pulled to Battleworld by a mysterious force alongside Gravity, Spider-Man, Medusa, Firebird, Venom, Wasp, Al Kraven, and the Hood. The force commanded them to kill each other, and the heroes quickly had to contain the Hood, then Venom (Gargan) seemingly killed Spider-Man.

(Beyond!#2) - Pym watched as Medusa badly beat Venom for his actions, then Venom rushed away, and Pym realized the ship they were on was damaged and they scrambled to get to safety on Battleworld below them. When Medusa was harmed, Pym provided medical equipment (which had been shrunk in his pocket) to help stabilize her. They met Michael Collins, the survivor of a previous group of kidnapped heroes, and they were soon attacked by Dragon Man, and Collins revealed himself to be a Deathlok as he defended them.

(Beyond!#3) - Pym provided enlarged food and beverages for everyone as they gathered around a campfire to rest and recuperate. Pym pulled Wasp aside and told her that he wasn't done fighting for her yet. Later, Hood brought back Spider-Man, who was revealed to be alive and to be the Space Phantom.

(Beyond!#4) - As Pym and the others determined what to do, the Space Phantom took on the powers of Xemnu the Titan to fight them, and Pym hit him with a tranquilizer dart that included nano-transmitters, then Space Phantom shifted to using the powers of Northstar and flew away. Pym enlarged a doorway with tech that connected to Limbo, where they passed through and saw the real Northstar in stasis, but they were trapped there when Venom smashed the doorway on the other side.

(Beyond!#5) - Pym spent hours trying to build a new gate with the resources he had carried in and he and Wasp soon bickered with each other. When Firebird checked on Pym, he cried in her arms for a time even while he apologized for doing so. Firebird kissed Pym just before Collins walked over, interrupting them. When the Space Phantom finally returned to Limbo, they trapped him and forced him to take them back to Battleworld. The Watcher appeared over Pym and the others, and Pym shockingly turned an energy gun on Venom, Gravity, Deathlok, Medusa, Hood, and Wasp before Kraven beat him up. When Firebird leapt to save him, Pym then shot Kraven and Firebird as well, leaving him the only man standing.

(Beyond!#6) - Now that he had won the contest, Pym confronted the Watcher, who he exposed as the Stranger. As the Stranger realized that the others were only feigning death, the heroes and villains attacked, but the Stranger abandoned Battleworld, destroying it behind him. Pym and the others worked together to get on a ship and they barely made it back to Earth alive, but Gravity died as a result.

(Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man I#2) - Yellowjacket, Iron Man, Mr. Fantastic, and Bill Foster examined Spider-Man, whose powers were shutting down. Needing another opinion, they went to recruit Bruce Banner, but they had to briefly fight him as the Hulk first.

(Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man I#4) - Pym, Stark, and Richards continued to examine Spider-Man, and he soon got his powers back before heading off with his Aunt May.

(Mighty Avengers I#14 (fb)) - Pym met with other Skrulls, including those posing as Elektra, Contessa de Fontaine and Edwin Jarvis, and they reviewed the threat of the Sentry.

(She-Hulk II#7) - Yellowjacket was shocked when he was asked to testify as a character witness for Starfox in a sexual assault case.

(Thing II#8) - Setting their differences aside temporarily, many superheroes, including Yellowjacket, gathered for a poker tournament.

(Irredeemable Ant-Man#5 (fb) - BTS) - Pym created a recording of himself going over the protocol for operating the Ant-Man armor.

(Irredeemable Ant-Man#1 (fb)) - Pym worked on the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier to get the new Ant-Man suit ready. Needing to spend the night there, he worried that Wasp would be furious. Later, he held a special training exercise with select agents to determine who would wear the new suit. That night, Pym was knocked out and the Ant-Man prototype was stolen.

(Irredeemable Ant-Man#3 (fb)) - Pym and Maria Hill gave another Ant-Man prototype armor to Agent Brent Carson, tasking him with finding those who had stolen the prototype suit.

(Irredeemable Ant-Man#4 (fb)) - Pym did a final training session with Carson as Ant-Man, then sent him out into the field.

(Irredeemable Ant-Man#5 (fb)) - Pym was working in his lab when Carson approached, needing a repair done on the Ant-Man suit as it had been damaged by the rogue Ant-Man (secretly Eric O'Grady).

(X-Men II#200/2 (fb)) - Beast worked with Pym to analyze the mutant cell structure, wondering if there was a way to restore the mutant gene.

(Avengers: The Initiative#8 (fb)) - After a battle between the New Warriors and Nitro killed hundreds of civilians in Stamford, CT, Pym met with other heroes to discuss how to avert potential future disasters. They discussed using S.P.I.N. tech to depower super-villains, designing a super-prison in the Negative Zone, and making more technology to create more operatives. Pym designed a "G.I.-Ant-Man" suit for a military operative to use, even though Stark and Richards teased him about it.

(Civil War I#1) - Yellowjacket met with many other heroes at the Baxter Building the passing of the Superhuman Registration Act (SHRA).

(Civil War I#1/Wolverine III#42) - Yellowjacket argued about why the SHRA was necessary.

(Civil War I#1) - Later, he stood with Iron Man and Mr. Fantastic against heroes who opposed the bill, like Captain America.

(Avengers: The Initiative#8 (fb)) - As Stark and Richards generated ideas about how to make the world better, Pym suggested they set up a training base for heroes and then create fifty different super-hero teams, one in each state, called the Fifty State Initiative.

(New Avengers I#21 (fb) - BTS) - Yellowjacket signed the registration act.

(New Avengers I#21) - Captain America and Falcon tried recruiting Yellowjacket to help them fight the SHRA, but he admitted he was for it. Pym grew to giant-size to try to stop the heroes as S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Cape-Killers closed in, but Cap escaped after throwing his shield into Pym's nose.

(Civil War I#2/She-Hulk II#15) - Yellowjacket worked with She-Hulk, Doc Samson, Mr. Fantastic, Tigra, Ms. Marvel, and Iron Man in taking down a giant Doombot in New York City.

(Thunderbolts I#103 (fb)) - Yellowjacket, Mr. Fantastic, and Iron Man met with Dallas Riordan, Henry Gyrich, and the Thunderbolts (Baron Zemo, Fixer, M.A.C.H.-IV, Radioactive Man) to discuss recruiting supervillains to help enforce the SHRA.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#533) - Yellowjacket attended a meeting with other super-heroes.

(Civil War I#3) - Yellowjacket and Wasp tried recruiting Dr. Strange, but Wong informed them he was out of the country.

(Thunderbolts I#104) - Yellowjacket and Mr. Fantastic were shocked to see that Zemo was incorporating a spatial portal into his headquarters for the Thunderbolts. Pym grew defensive when both Richards and Zemo questioned his recent methods and changing morals, and Pym stated that he was only trying to see their goals realized.

(Thunderbolts I#105) - Yellowjacket worked with Mr. Fantastic and Radioactive Man on sealing the portal created by Zemo at the Baxter Building.

(Civil War I#3/Civil War: Front Line#6) - Later, at Geffen-Meyer Chemicals, Yellowjacket and the pro-registration heroes (including Iron Man, Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk, Mr. Fantastic, Thing, Human Torch, Radioactive Man, Spider-Man, Atlas, M.A.C.H.-IV, Wonder Man, Doc Samson) laid a trap for those resisting registration (including Captain America, Cable, Wiccan, Hulkling, Goliath/Bill Foster, Falcon, Vision, Cloak, Dagger, Luke Cage, Daredevil, Stature, Patriot/Elijah Bradley, Hercules). A fight broke out and Yellowjacket sparred with Goliath at giant-size. S.H.I.E.L.D. then released a clone of Thor, called Operation: Lightning, to aid the pro-registration side.

(Civil War I#4/Civil War: Front Line#6) - Yellowjacket continued sparring with Goliath until the Thor clone killed Goliath in a violent attack with lightning. Yellowjacket confided in Spider-Man and Wasp about his grief over Goliath, one of his oldest friends, and he wondered how this murder had been possible. He heard Spider-Man wonder if they chose the wrong side.

(Civil War I#4) - At Avengers Tower Yellowjacket confided in Spider-Man and Wasp about his grief over death of Goliath, one of his oldest friends, and he wondered why their Thor clone was capable of murdering someone. He heard Spider-Man wonder if they chose the wrong side.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#534) - Yellowjacket got involved with other pro-registration heroes, including She-Hulk, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Ms. Marvel, and Wasp, to apprehend those who were resisting registration.

(Daily Bugle Civil War Newspaper Special#1 - BTS) - Pym appeared in the Daily Bugle, advocating for registration.

(Fantastic Four I#539) - Yellowjacket joined with Wasp, She-Hulk, Spider-Man, Tigra, Ms. Marvel, Iron Man, and Wasp in protecting a prison transport as the Mad Thinker and the Puppet Master attacked by remotely taking over technology. The rebel heroes revealed themselves, including Daredevil, Luke Cage, Dagger, and Cloak, trying to stop the prison transport, and a fight broke out. In the end, the Thing was so disgusted with both sides that he decided to leave the country.

(Civil War: Choosing Sides#1/2) - Yellowjacket joined the Avengers in cleaning up the community after a fight, and he got intel on the stolen Ant-Man prototype armor.

(Civil War: Front Line#9/1) - At Avengers Tower, Pym saw Mr. Fantastic and Iron Man plotting.

(Civil War: Front Line#10/1 (fb)) - When Stark and Richards discussed keeping intel from their allies as they believed a traitor was among them, Yellowjacket yelled at them for keeping secrets.

(Eternals III#5) - Yellowjacket detected seismic activity in California, and he summoned Wasp and Iron Man in concern.

(Eternals III#6) - Yellowjacket, Wasp, and Iron Man investigated in California and discovered the Dreaming Celestial. After they briefly sparred with the Eternals, Yellowjacket was held in place telepathically while the Eternals settled affairs.

(Thunderbolts I#107) - Yellowjacket joined Captain America and Daredevil to fight against humans powered by the Universal Wellspring.

(Thunderbolts I#108) - Yellowjacket and other heroes kept holding back the powered humans until the Thunderbolts destroyed Zemo's moonstones, which caused all the Wellspring's energies to get sucked into a vacuum.

(Fantastic Four I#543 (fb)) - Pym provided commentary on the news about science related to a recent Fantastic Four mission.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#537) - Yellowjacket continued to work with the pro-registration heroes.

(Civil War I#6 (fb) - BTS) - Yellowjacket began working with Iron Man and S.H.I.E.L.D. to set up a super-hero team in every state of the country, making sure all were trained properly.

(Civil War I#6) - Yellowjacket worked with Hill, reviewing the new team, the Order, being set up for California, including heroes Artemis (Pamela Pierce), Hephaestus (Jamal Peoples), Hercules (new), Hermes (James Wa), Poseidon, and Aphrodite. Later, Hulkling posed as Yellowjacket to lure Iron Man and the pro-registration heroes into a trap to fight the rebel heroes.

(Civil War: The Return) - Yellowjacket participated in the final battle against Captain America and his anti-registration heroes.

(Civil War: Front Line#11) - Yellowjacket helped with the clean-up in Manhattan after the final battle of the civil war.

(She-Hulk II#15) - Pym went to Samson for a therapy session.

(Civil War I#7 (fb)) - Yellowjacket saw the Fifty State Initiative move forward, and he announced the Rangers were the state team of Texas. Time Magazine named Pym the man of the year for his plans for global revolution, and he appeared on the cover shaking hands with Black Panther.

(Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America#1) - Pym and Iron Man stood vigil over the corpse of Captain America, angry when Wolverine broke in to make sure the corpse was real.

(Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America#5) - At the funeral for Captain America, Pym held hands with Wasp next to him, and he found himself wondering if Iron Man and Ms. Marvel were in a relationship.

(Avengers: The Initiative#8 (fb)) - Iron Man, with Mr. Fantastic and Yellowjacket at his side, publicly revealed Camp Hammond's presence in Stamford, CT. When he received some negative feedback, he distracted the viewers with a sky full of heroes.

(Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America#5) - Three days after the public funeral, Pym, Wasp, and Stark took Captain America's body to the Arctic, where it could lay in peace. They were joined by Namor, paying his respects.

(Mighty Avengers I#17 (fb)) - Pym returned to Bruno's Nighttime Cafe for another of the hot chocolates, and the Skrull posing as Dum Dum Dugan hunted her down there. Noll asked Dugan to let her speak to Veranke, wanting to tell her that their mission to overtake Earth was doomed to failure due to the unpredictable nature of humans, and the frequent threats they faced. Dugan and other Skrull agents attacked Pym, who grew to giant-size to defend himself, and who shrank to insect-size to try and escape. After killing Bruno, the Skrulls killed Noll. A new Noll duplicate was launched into the Pym form again and given the same mission.

(Secret Invasion: Fantastic Four#3 (fb)) - Lyja was taken to a meeting with Skrull infiltrators including Pym.

(Fantastic Four I#547) - Mr. Fantastic visited Camp Hammond, asking for Pym's help. He took Pym into orbit, where Pym examined a bizarre biological substance, determining that it contained an odor-coded message from an alien race. Reed built a machine to translate the message, which was from a race of Odotopians, who warned they were likely now extinct at the hands of the Contrasepsis.

(Fantastic Four I#548) - Pym stood by while the Fantastic Four (including Black Panther and Storm) made plans to aid the Invisible Woman, who had been captured by the Frightful Four.

(Fantastic Four I#549) - Pym reported to Reed that he'd been experimenting on the Odotopian message, and he'd learned how they'd navigated space-time.

(Mighty Avengers I#4 (fb) - BTS) - At some point, Pym helped Stark develop technology that would activate if Ultron ever threatened the Earth again.

(Mighty Avengers I#3 (fb) - BTS) - Pym asked Tigra out on a date.

(Mighty Avengers I#3) - On his date with Tigra, Pym ignored a call from Wasp and her Mighty Avengers team.

(Mighty Avengers I#3 / Mighty Avengers I#17 (fb)) - When he began to get intimate with Tigra, Pym's door was burst in by S.H.I.E.L.D. agents who said he was needed by the Wasp now.

(Mighty Avengers I#3) - Put aboard a helicopter, Pym saw the latest devastation from an attack by Ultron.

(Mighty Avengers I#4) - Taken to a S.H.I.E.L.D ship with the Mighty Avengers, Pym saw that Ultron had taken over Stark himself as well as the program they'd designed to stop Ultron, which Ultron had programmed to take on the form of the Wasp. Hearing that Ultron had also taken over satellites that could control weather patterns, Pym began working on tech to help defeat Ultron. When Maria Hill wanted to bring Reed Richards in, Pym assured her that he was the expert on Ultron, and Wasp chastised him for bragging.

(Mighty Avengers I#5) - Ares approached Pym on the Helicarrier and asked him for a potion that could make a man smaller to atomic size. Ares then strategized with Pym about how to use an old virus to help infiltrate Ultron's systems.

(Mighty Avengers I#6) - Pym finished the virus, then dressed as Ant-Man to go confront Ultron.

(Mighty Avengers I#5) - Pym arrived on the scene to go up against Ultron, who was still in the Wasp form. Pym distracted Ultron long enough for Ares to get inside Ultron with the virus.

(Mighty Avengers I#6) - Pym was relieved when the virus worked and Iron Man was restored to health. When Wasp questioned him about his relationship with Tigra, Pym was disgusted saying that he'd rather be with Wasp but she didn't want that.

(Mighty Avengers I#15 (fb) - BTS) - Criti designed a growth serum that would also act as a genetic bomb if it was triggered.

(Mighty Avengers I#15 (fb)) - After the Ultron battle, Criti met with other Skrulls (including those posing as Dum Dum Dugan and Edwin Jarvis) to report she knew how to hack Stark technology. With this piece in place, Criti recommended that they now summon the Skrull armada to come to Earth. Later, Pym met with the Wasp and gave her the new growth serum.

(Mighty Avengers I#8 (fb)) - Pym delivered the serum to the Wasp, telling her she could use it to grow from insect to giant-size any time.

(Avengers: The Initiative#1 (fb) - BTS) - Pym spent weeks setting up Camp Hammond, a training program for young super heroes who could then be assigned to Initiative teams around the country. He surrounded himself with competent instructors and advisors, most notably Henry Gyrich, War Machine, and Justice.

(Avengers: The Initiative#2 (fb) - BTS) - The Initiative established portals through the Negative Zone for quick travel around the globe.

(Avengers: The Initiative#1) - Pym welcomed dozens of new students to Camp Hammond as part of the Initiative. Pym and the other instructors shared concerns about the individual students. Later, during a training exercise, new student MVP was killed by Armory, another new recruit.

(Avengers: The Initiative#14 (fb)) - Pym discussed with Blitzschlag and Gyrich what to do with Armory and despite Pym's reservations it was decided to remove the Tactigon surgically from her arm.

(Avengers: The Initiative#1) - Blitzschlag finished the autopsy on MVP and informed Yellowjacket and Gyrich about his findings while the former Armory was escorted out of Camp Hammond.

(Avengers: The Initiative#14 (fb)) - Pym condemned Blitzschlag's idea to clone MVP.

(Avengers: The Initiative#2) - Training the students, Gauntlet continued using the term 'New Warriors' as an insult, offending Justice, but Pym assured him it was fine. The others began asking about the whereabouts of MVP, and Pym told them the information was classified. Trauma's powers acted up and he showed visions of the dead MVP and a battered Janet Van Dyne, who the real Pym had once battered when she was his wife, and Pym rushed away in horror. After Pym took some anti-anxiety pills, he visited Baron von Blitzschlag, who was seeking to clone MVP. Pym refused though Gyrich was willing, and the Baron reminded Pym that he had had many unethical experiments with robots and clones over the years. Hydra attacked Texas and the Initiative joined the Rangers in fighting back (passing through the Negative Zone to get there quickly), with Pym unleashing an Adamantium-cased "stinger" bomb to help take down Hydra's ships. During the fight, Pym grew to giant-size and veered a ship off-course, saving the president, and he was briefly believed killed.

(Avengers: The Initiative#14 (fb)) - Though he would later claim to have survived a massive explosion of Hydra ships by shrinking to subatomic size, in order to keep his cover, Pym actually went intangible and then diamond hard to survive, demonstrating that he had the powers of the Vision as well.

(Avengers: The Initiative#2) - Pym was later awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom for his efforts.

(Avengers: The Initiative#3 (fb) - BTS) - Pym worked with the Initiative and S.H.I.E.L.D. to design S.P.I.N. tech, or a serum that would permanently block someone's super-powers when injected through an Adamantium-tipped dart. They tried it out on She-Hulk first, as she had broken ranks with registration.

(Avengers: The Initiative#3) - Pym and Gauntlet intervened when Hardball and Komodo got into a fight.

(Avengers: The Initiative#14 (fb)) - Pym considered it too risky to put the Tactigon on MVP's clone, but Blitzschlag and Gyrich outvoted him.

(New Warriors IV#4) - When a mysterious assailant shrank cops Harry Givens and Bev Sykes, Danny Granville called Pym to ask for help restoring them to normal size. Pym determined the Pym Particles used were a derivative of a Bill Foster experiment from years before.

(Avengers: The Initiative#3) - Pym saw Thing arrive as a guest instructor, and he questioned the visiting Dr. Curt Connors (Lizard) about Komodo's fitness for service. Later, War Machine and Pym sent Komodo on a mission to begin using the S.P.I.N. tech against non-registered super-powered individuals.

(Avengers: The Initiative#14 (fb)) - Pym set a goal to put a Skrull on every team in the Fifty State Initiative. Among them was "Magnitude," a hero placed on the Point Men in Hawaii.

(Avengers: The Initiative#19 (fb) - BTS) - Pym made sure Skrull technology was placed in every Initiative team base around the country as they were developed.

(Avengers: The Initiative#4 (fb) - BTS) - Pym worked with Iron Man in designing counter-measures should the Hulk ever return to Earth.

(Avengers: The Initiative#4) - Pym vocalized reservations about Blitzschlag's experiments at Camp Hammond. He soon heard that Hulk was coming back to Earth, and he contacted Stark to activate the contingency.

(Avengers: The Initiative#5) - Pym and War Machine helped protect the city against the Hulk, using the Order and the Sentinel Squad O*N*E teams to bolster defenses. They saw tags regarding the New Warriors in the city.

(Avengers: The Initiative Annual#1/4) - Pym saw Blitzschlag successfully clone MVP, and they returned the disoriented clone to MVP's father, Brian van Patrick, hearing how he'd helped his son become genetically perfect.

(World War Hulk Aftersmash: Damage Control#1-2) - Pym was among the many heroes who helped Damage Control clean up the streets after the Hulk battle.

(Avengers: The Initiative#6) - Pym tended to a wounded Gauntlet, consoling his wife Mrs. Green. When Pym discovered Cloud 9, Hardball, and Komodo in front of MVP's cloned body, he ordered them to stay silent about it. Later, Gyrich ignored Pym's medical advice and woke Gauntlet up out of his coma in order to get intel.

(Irredeemable Ant-Man#12 (fb) - BTS) - Finishing a project that the real Hank Pym had started months before, designing a new Ant-Man armor for S.H.I.E.L.D., Pym finished the new suit. He began training Agent Sutton to wear the suit.

(Irredeemable Ant-Man#12) - As Iron Man checked in with Pym as Sutton overloaded the suit, causing an explosion. Pym recommended they perhaps look into the science division to find their new Ant-Man. Later, he saw Eric O'Grady try the suit, and Pym approved of his skills.

(Avengers: The Initiative#7) - When Cloud 9, Justice, and War Machine questioned Pym about MVP, Pym told them he couldn't tell them anything as it was classified. Gyrich informed Pym and War Machine that the Scarlet Spiders (secretly clones of MVP) had publicly revealed themselves to protect Blitzschlag from the Vulturions. They watched footage of the fight as Spider-Man got involved.

(Avengers: The Initiative#8 (fb)) - Pym grew concerned when protests outside Camp Hammond continued, especially when a brief fight with Dragon Man broke out in view of the public. Pym shared concerns with Gyrich that Taskmaster was now in charge of training recruits. After confirming to Stature that her father, Ant-Man (Scott Lang) was dead, Pym saw a bus of new recruits arrive, including Ant-Man (O'Grady), the Crusader, Melee, Geldhoff, Dragon Lord, Geiger, Red 9, and Diamondback. Stature attacked Ant-Man, resulting in Stature being knocked over. Pym grew to giant-size, furious with Ant-Man, and attacked him until Taskmaster knocked them all down with a shield against their ankles. Later, with his arm wounded from the fall, Pym joined Gyrich and Triahtlon in reviewing the recent missions of their ongoing trainees. When he was yelled at, Hardball threatened to blackmail them if he needed to. That night, Blitzschlag suggested making more clones of MVP, and Pym consented.

(Avengers: The Initiative#9 (fb) - BTS) - Blitzschlag completed another clone of MVP, and they equipped him with the Tactigon, a powerful neurological weapon. The clone accessed footage related to the death of the original MVP and immediately sought to kill all those responsible. Calling himself KIA, the clone turned on the staff, knocking them back and attacking everyone at Camp Hammond.

(Avengers: The Initiative#8) - Badly wounded and shrunk down to insect size, Pym surveyed the destruction of Camp Hammond, then KIA attacked, ready to kill him.

(Avengers: The Initiative#9) - KIA blasted Pym who was seemingly vaporized by the blast.

(Avengers: The Initiative#14 (fb)) - Pym actually survived by using a burst of Quicksilver's super-speed.

(Avengers: The Initiative#12 (fb) - BTS) - KIA was defeated, but only after several agents and Dragon Lord were killed. A new doctor was hired, Physique. Meanwhile, Justice led a group of allies away from the Initiative.

(Avengers: The Initiative#12) - Pym went to a tribunal about MVP's death, and hard questions were answered. Later, the first class of Initiative recruits graduated.

(Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man I#24) - After his aunt was shot Spider-Man contacted with Doctor Strange's aid multiple people all over the world, including Yellowjacket, to ask for help to save her, but he could do nothing for her.

(Thunderbolts I#116) - Yellowjacket unveiled a new genetic scanner that would detect superhumans, to be used for airport security.

(Avengers: The Initiative#13) - Pym welcomed Butterball, Annex, Prodigy, Sunstreak, Gorilla Girl, and Batwing to campus as new recruits, and he grew impatient with Butterball immediately for asking too many questions. He later followed the progress of Butterball's training, warned Taskmaster about news of a hit put out on him, watched over Prodigy at a press conference (for which Pym yelled at him for being insincere), and joined the recruits in fighting off Cobra, Mr. Hyde, M.A.U.L.E.R., and Firebrand. After being wounded by Hyde during the battle, Pym let the villains go, not wanting another Stamford incident. Later, Butterball was kicked out of the Initiative.

(Avengers: The Initiative#20 (fb) - BTS) - Criti Noll recorded a message and programmed the Thor clone, now called Ragnarok, to activate in the event of his death.

(Fantastic Four I#556 (fb) - BTS) - C.A.P. (Cease and Protect) defeated many heroes on Earth, including Pym.

(Fantastic Four I#556) - The Fantastic Four saw Pym among the defeated heroes.

(Fantastic Four I#557) - Pym joined the Fantastic Four and other heroes in fighting C.A.P.

(Fantastic Four I#559) - Pym checked in with Richards, who was researching intel related to Dr. Doom and Alyssa Moy.

(Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel#1) - Pym worked with the Mighty Avengers in fighting Anti-Man who overpowered even the Sentry before dissipating, seemingly overcome by his powers.

(Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel#2) - Pym, Stark, and Richards discussed the threat of Anti-Man, and wondered about his connections to an old hero named the Blue Marvel.

(Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel#4) - Pym, Stark, and Richards questioned Adam Brashear (the Blue Marvel) about the threat of Anti-Man.

(Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel#5) - Pym and Wasp helped save civilians as Blue Marvel battled Anti-Man.

(Avengers: The Initiative#14) - Pym claimed to Tigra that he'd survived KIA's attack by shrinking to sub-atomic size, and she was surprised he'd been able to do that twice, given his level of struggle with that in the past. Pym flirted with Tigra, inviting her back to his room that night. As he mixed strawberries and pickles in an attempt to recreate the flavor of Skrull T'Manja berries, he was noticed by Crusader, who he didn't realize was also a Skrull.

(Secret Invasion I#1) - Iron Man called in Pym and Reed Richards and showed them the corpse of Elektra, who'd been revealed to be a Skrull. Stark reported that the Skrull was undetectable by all power sets and technologies, and Pym wondered if the Avengers were all Skrulls. After Stark was called away on an Avengers mission, Pym waited for Richards to realize how Skrulls could now be detected, then Pym revealed his Skrull nature, shooting Richards with a gun that spread Richards' pliable form all over the room. Meanwhile, the teams of Avengers were sent on a decoy mission to the Savage Land.

(Avengers: The Initiative#15/Secret Invasion I#3) - Pym rushed back to Camp Hammond, informing the trainees and staff that the Skrulls were invading and the Avengers were missing. Pym called the heroes to help him fight Skrulls alongside other heroes in New York City.

(Avengers: The Initiative#16/Iron Man: Director of S.H.I.E.L.D.#33) - As Skrulls were being exposed and killed around the world, Pym maintained his cover at Camp Hammond, working with the staff (War Machine, Blitzschlag, Trauma, and Physique) after a power outage around the camp. He was surprised that War Machine's armor was still working because it was Starktech. Stark sent War Machine on a private mission that War Machine refused to tell Pym the details about.

(Avengers: The Initiative#16) - Yellowjacket ordered Physique, Blitzschlag and Trauma to get back to the infirmary.

(Avengers: The Initiative#16/Iron Man: Director of S.H.I.E.L.D.#33) - Because War Machine should've been incapacitated Yellowjacket orderd a Cape Killer, secretly a Skrull, to alert Skrull intelligence and give them intercept coordinates for War Machine.

(Avengers: The Initiative#16) - Heading to New York, Criti Noll left V'lrym in charge, reminding him that the empress Veranke was coming, and that Camp Hammond would be the center of the new Skrull Empire. Ant-Man (Eric O'Grady) secretly watch everything.

(Secret Invasion I#4) - Pym kept his cover as Yellowjacket during the massive battle against the Skrulls in New York.

(Secret Invasion I#6) - Showing his true allegiance as a Skrull infiltrator Pym addressed the public, stating they were about to be taken over by the Skrulls, and he assured them that their individual ways of life would not change much as they became part of the Skrull Empire.

(Avengers: The Initiative#17) - Criti Noll welcomed Skrulls, including the one who'd posed as Dum Dum Dugan, to Camp Hammond, then they welcomed Veranke, in the form of Spider-Woman. Criti worked with the other Skrulls to prepare a doomsday weapon, but they were attacked by members of the Initiative (Bengal, Ant-Man, Weapon Zero, Constrictor, and Trauma). They tried killing Veranke, but killed another Skrull who had taken her form. When Trauma's powers reacted and made him appear to be a Skrull, the trainees turned on each other and were apprehended, though Ant-Man escaped.

(Secret Invasion I#6) - At Camp Hammond, Pym got a status update on the falls of S.H.I.E.L.D., Thunderbolts Mountain, the Baxter Building, and S.W.O.R.D., and the containment of Avengers Tower, as well as the corruption of all Starkware. After hearing about the failures of Khn'nr (who had been posing as Mar-Vell) and the issues in the Savage Land, Criti Noll saw Veranke reveal she was still alive. Noll reminded the queen that the Wasp was still their doomsday weapon. Soon, Veranke led the Skrulls to Central Park to engage in final battle with the heroes and villains that stood united against them.

(Thunderbolts I#125) - Yellowjacket was standing nex to Queen Veranke when the heroes of Earth stood opposite her army of Super-Skrulls. The Thunderbolts joined the battle.

(Secret Invasion I#7) - The battle began and Veranke ordered to kill Reed Richards. Yellowjacket told her that this battle wouldn't even be happening if Richards had been taken out earlier, but Veranke assured him that they wouldn't have gotten this far without Richards and that everything happening now was meant to be that way.

(Secret Invasion I#7) - In the massive battle that followed, Noll grew to giant-size and taunted the Wasp.

(Thunderbolts I#125) - He was shot multiple times by Norman Osborn and Nick Fury, but this couldn't stop him. He nearly squashed Venom (Mac Gargan), but then Osborn ordered Bullseye to get a rocket launcher.

(Secret Invasion I#7) - Stature grew even bigger than Noll and hit her in the face.

(Secret Invasion I#7/Thunderbolts I#125) - Noll was then shot in the eye by Bullseye, of the Thunderbolts, which finally dropped him to the ground.

(Secret Invasion I#7) - When Noll saw Veranke badly wounded, he activated the doomsday device he'd placed in Wasp months before, and she grew to an unstable size while screaming.

(Secret Invasion I#8 - BTS) - Wasp seemingly perished, but Thor protected the other heroes from being killed, then Veranke was killed by Norman Osborn. The Skrulls were repelled and the prisoners, including Henry Pym, set free.

(Avengers: The Initiative#19) - After the death of the Wasp, Pym, badly wounded, went running from the battle, but the Crusader, using his Freedom Ring to bolster his powers, pursued Pym, who rushed to the Dugan Skrull's side and ordered him to activate the Doomsday weapon. Crusader attacked, blocking Pym's intangibility powers and then seemingly killing him.

(Avengers: The Initiative#20 - BTS) - Tigra discovered she was pregnant with Criti Noll's baby.

(Avengers Acadamy#7 - BTS) - The real Hank Pym ran a test on William Grant Nelson, Tigra's son, and determined that Criti Noll's DNA had so fully been that of Hank Pym's that the child was Pym's, genetically. Pym found no trace of Skrull DNA in the child.

Comments: Created by Brian Michael Bendis, Olivier Coipel, and Tim Townsend.

The official gender of Criti Noll is unknown, but I presume she is a female based on her earliest flashbacks. Criti Noll was killed by the Skrulls more than once and then replaced with another Skrull also called Criti Noll. It is possible that these were clones of the original or, more likely, the identities of Criti Noll and Hank Pym were both copied onto the form of another Skrull, who believed it was the original.

For a relatively minor character, Criti Noll has a lasting impact on the Marvel Universe. Among all of the Skrulls in Secret Invasion, she likely did the most damage, with the exception of Veranke. As the creator and implementor of the Fifty State Initiative, which led into Osborn's Dark Reign, and these events changed the lives of almost every hero. Criti Noll, despite being a clone of a clone, also fathered a child with Tigra, though the child reportedly has the genetic structure of Hank Pym, not a Skrull.

There is something unintentionally tragic about Criti Noll. When Doctor Octopus took over Spider-Man's body, he finished Spidey's doctorate, launched a business, and maintained healthy relationships, something that Spider-Man had to deal with when he was restored to his own form. Though no writers have really picked this up, Criti Noll as Pym got respect. He built the Fifty State Initiative, fathered a child, saved the president, and appeared on the cover of Time Magazine. It's likely he finally had the respect he deserved. Since returning from Skrull captivity, Pym launched the Mighty Avengers team then Avengers Academy before merging with Ultron and becoming a killer.

Thanks to Markus Raymond for adding Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man I#24 (November, 2007), Civil War: The Return#1 (March, 2007), Civil War: Front Line#11 (April, 2007), additional images, adding bases of operations and more.

    This profile was completed 3/31/2021, but its publication was delayed as it was intended for the Appendix 20th anniversary 's celebratory event.

Profile by Chadman.

CLARIFICATIONS:
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Mighty Avengers I#15, cover (Yellowjacket Skrull)
Mighty Avengers I#15, p13, pan3 (Skrull face)
Mighty Avengers I#15, p7, pan2 (student form)
New Avengers I#45, p7, pan1 (Dr. Henry Pym, House of M)
New Thunderbolts#13, p21, pan5 (with CSA)
Beyond!#5, p2, pan3 (on Battleworld)
Civil War I#3, p16, pan1 (giant-sized, Civil War)
Mighty Avengers I#17, p18, pan5 (death)
Mighty Avengers I#17, p22, pan1 (replacement)
Avengers: The Initiative#14, p2, pan2 (phasing)
Avengers: The Initiative#14, p4, pan3 (superhuman speed)
Mighty Avengers I#5, p19, pan1 (Ant-Man)
Secret Invasion I#1, p40, pan3-5 (shape shifting)
Secret invasion I#7, p5, pan 1 (giant form)


Appearances:
House of M I#1-2 (August, 2005) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Olivier Coipel (penciler), Tim Townsend (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Secrets of the House of M#1 (July, 2005) - Mike Raicht (writer), various artists, Jeff Youngquist (editor)
Marvel Knights Spider-Man I#15-16 (August-September, 2005) - Reginald Hudlin (writer), Billy Tan, Mark Buckingham (pencilers), Jon Sibal (inker), Axel Alonso (editor)
The Pulse: House of M Special#1 (September, 2005) - Iron Man: House of M#1-3 (September-December, 2005) - Greg Pak (writer), Pat Lee (penciler), Dream Engine (inker), Stephanie Moore (editor)
House of M I#8 (December, 2005) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Olivier Coipel (penciler), John Dell, Scott Hanna, Tim Townsend (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Thunderbolts#13-14 (December, 2005) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Tom Grummett (penciler), Gary Erskine (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Marvel Holiday Special 2005#1/2 - (January, 2006) - Jeff Parker (writer), Reilly Brown (penciler), Pat Davidson (inker), John Barber (editor)
Beyond!#1-6 (September, 2006-February, 2007) - Dwayne McDuffie (writer), Scott Kolins (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man I#2 (January, 2006) - Reginald Hudlin (writer), Mike Wieringo (penciler), Karl Kesel (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man I#4 (March, 2006) - Reginald Hudlin (writer), Mike Wieringo (penciler), Karl Kesel (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
She-Hulk II#7 (June, 2006) - Dan Slott (writer), Will Conrad (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Civil War I#1 (July 2006) - Mark Millar (writer), Steve McNiven (penciler), Dexter Vines (inekr), Molly Lazer (editor)
Wolverine III#42 (July, 2006) - Marc Guggenheim (writer), Humberto Ramos (penciler), Carlos Cuevas (inker), Axel Alonso (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#533 (August, 2006) - J. Michael Straczynski (writer), Ron Garney (penciler), Bill Reinhold (inker), Michael O'Connor (editor)
Civil War I#2 (August, 2006) - Mark Millar (writer), Steve McNiven (penciler), Dexter Vines (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers I#21 (August, 2006) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Howard Chaykin (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Thing II#8 (August, 2006) - Dan Slott (writer), Dieron Dwyer (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
X-Men II#200/2 (August, 2007) - Scot Eaton (writer), Andrew Hennessy (penciler), Raul Trevino (inker), Will Panzo (editor)
Thunderbolts I#103 (August, 2006) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Tom Grummett (penciler), Gary Erskine (inker), Molly Lazer (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#534 (September, 2006) - J. Michael Straczynski (writer), Ron Garney (penciler), Bill Reinhold (inker), Michael O'Connor (editor)
Civil War I#3 (September, 2006) - Mark Millar (writer), Steve McNiven (penciler), Dexter Vines, Mark Morales, Steve McNniven (inkers), Molly Lazer (editor)
Thunderbolts I#104 (September, 2006) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Tom Grummett (penciler), Gary Erskine (inker), Molly Lazer (editor)
Civil War I#4 (October, 2006) - Mark Millar (writer), Steve McNiven (penciler), Dexter Vines (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Fantastic Four I#539 (October, 2006) - J. Michael Straczynski (writer), Mike McKone (penciler), Andy Lanning, Kris Justice, Cam Smith (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Civil War: Choosing Sides#1/2 (December, 2006) - Robert Kirkman (writer), Phil Hester (penciler), Ande Parks (inker), Aubrey Sitterson (eidtor)
Civil War: Front Line#9/1-10/1 (February, 2007) - Paul Jenkins (writer), Ramon Bachs (penciler), John Lucas (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Thunderbolts I#105 (October, 2006) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Tom Grummett (penciler), Gary Erskine (inker), Molly Lazer (eidtor)
New Avengers I#24 (November, 2006) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Pasqual Ferry, Paul Smith (pencilers), Mark Morales (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#537 (December, 2006) - J. Michael Straczynski (writer), Ron Garney (penciler), Bill Reinhold (inker), Michael O'Connor (editor)
Black Panther IV#21 (December, 2006) - Reginald Hudlin (writer), Manuel Garica (penciler), Jay Leisten (inker), Axel Alonso (editor)
Civil War I#6 (December, 2006) - Mark Millar (writer), Steve McNiven (penciler), Dexter Vines (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Eternals III#5 (December, 2006) - Neil Gaiman (writer), John Romita Jr (penciler), Danny Miki, Tom Palmer (inkers), Nick Lowe (editor)
Thunderbolts I#107 (December, 2006) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Tom Grummett (penciler), Gary Erskine (inker), Molly Lazer (editor)
Civil War I#7 (January, 2007) - Mark Millar (writer), Steve McNiven (penciler), Dexter Vines, John Dell, Tim Townsend (inkers), Molly Lazer (editor)
Eternals III#6 (January, 2007) - Neil Gaiman (writer), John Romita Jr (penciler), Danny Miki, Jesse Delperdang, Tom Palmer, Klaus Janson (inkers), Nick Lowe (editor)
Thunderbolts I#108 (January, 2007) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Tom Grummett (penciler), Gary Erskine (inker), Molly Lazer (editor)
Civil War: The Return#1/1 (March, 2007) - Paul Jenkins (writer), Tom Raney (penciler), Scott Hanna (inker), Stephen Wacker (editor)
She-Hulk II#15 (March, 2007) - Dan Slott (writer), Rick Burchett (penciler), Cliff Rathburn (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Civil War: Front Line#11 (April, 2007) - Paul Jenkins (writer), Ramon Bachs (penciler), John Lucas (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Fantastic Four I#543 (May, 2007) - Dwayne McDuffie (writer), Mike McKone (penciler), Andy Lanning, Cam Smith (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#1-2 (June-July, 2007) - Dan Slott (writer), Stefano Caselli (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America#1 (June, 2007) - Jeph Loeb (writer), Leinil Yu (artist), Bill Rosemann (editor)
Mighty Avengers I#3 (July, 2007) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Frank Cho (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#3 (August, 2007) - Dan Slott (writer), Stefano Caselli (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America#5 (August, 2007) - Jeph Loeb (writer), John Cassaday (artist), Bill Rosemann (editor)
Fantastic Four I#547 (August, 2007) - Dwayne McDuffie (writer), Paul Pelletier (pencielr), Rick Magyar (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Mighty Avengers I#4 (August, 2007) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Frank Cho (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#4 (September, 2007) - Dan Slott (writer), Stefano Caselli (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Fantastic Four I#548 (September, 2007) - Dwayne McDuffie (writer), Paul Pelletier (artist), Molly Lazer (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#5 (October, 2007) - Dan Slott (writer), Stefano Caselli (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Fantastic Four I#549 (October, 2007) - Dwayne McDuffie (writer), Paul Pelletier (penciler), Rick Magyar (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Thunderbolts I#116 (October, 2007) - Warren Ellis (writer), Mike Deodato Jr (artist), Molly Lazer (editor)
Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man I#24 (November, 2007) - J. Michael Straczynski (writer), Joe Quesada (penciler), Danny Miki (inker), Axel Alonso (editor)
Mighty Avengers I#5 (November, 2007) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Frank Cho (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Warriors IV#4 (November, 2007) - Kevin Grevioux (writer), Paco Medina (penciler), Juan Vlasco (inker), Axel Alonso (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#6 (November, 2007) - Dan Slott (writer), Steve Uy (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Irredeemable Ant-Man#12 (November, 2007) - Robert Kirkman (writer), Phil Hester (penciler), Ande Parks (inker), Joe Quesada (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#7 (December, 2007) - Dan Slott (writer), Stefano Caselli (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative Annual#1/4 (January, 2008) - Dan Slott, Christos Gage (writers), Tom Feister, Carmine di Giandomenico (artists), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#8-9 (February-March, 2008) - Dan Slott, Christos Gage (writers), Stefano Caselli (artist), Tom Brevoorrt (editor)
Mighty Avengers I#6 (February, 2008) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Frank Cho (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Mighty Avengers I#8 (April, 2008) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Mark Bagley (penciler), Danny Miki, Allen Martinez, Victor Olazaba (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
World War Hulk: Aftersmash: Damage Control#1-2 (March-April, 2008) - Dwayne McDuffie (writer), Salva Espin (artist), Nathan Cosby (editor)
Fantastic Four I#556-557 (June-July, 2008) - Mark Millar (writer), Bryan Hitch (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#12 (June, 2008) - Dan Slott, Christos Gage (writers), Steve Uy (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#13 (July, 2008) - Christos Gage (writer), Steve Uy (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Mighty Avengers I#14 (July, 2008) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Khoi Pham (penciler), Danny Miki (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor(
Secret Invasion I#1 (June, 2008) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Leinil Yu (penciler), Mark Morales (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#13 (July, 2008) - Christos Gage (writer), Steve Uy (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Mighty Avengers I#14 (July, 2008) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Khoi Pham (penciler), Danny Miki (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#14 (August, 2008) - Dan Slott, Christos Gage (writers), Stefano Caselli (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Mighty Avengers I#15 (August, 2008) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), John Romita Jr (penciler), Klaus Janson, Tom Palmer (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Secret Invasion I#3 (August, 2008) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Leinil Francis Yu (penciler), Mark Morales (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers I#42 (August, 2008) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Jim Cheung (penciler), John Dell (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Fantastic Four I#559 (September, 2008) - Mark Millar (writer), Bryan Hitch (penciler), Andrew Currie (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Secret Invasion: Fantastic Four#3 (September, 2008) - Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (writer), Barry Kitson (penciler/inker), Mick Gray & Cam Smith (inkers), Molly Lazer & Tom Brevoort (editors)
Avengers: The Initiative#15 (September, 2008) - Dan Slott, Christos Gage (writers), Harvey Talibao (artist), Jeanine Schaefer (editor)
Secret Invasion I#4 (September, 2008) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Leinil Francis Yu (penciler), Mark Morales (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#16 (October, 2008) - Dan Slott, Christos Gage (writers), Stefano Caselli (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Mighty Avengers I#17 (October, 2008) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Khoi Pham (penciler), Danny Miki, Andy Lanning (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#17 (November, 2008) - Dan Slott, Christos Gage (writers), Harvey Talibao (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Iron Man: Director of S.H.I.E.L.D.#33 (November, 2008) - Christos Gage (writer), Sean Chen (pencier), Sandu Florea (inker), Lauren Sankovitch (editor)
Mighty Avengers I#17 (October, 2008) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Khoi Pham (penciler), Danny Miki, Andy Lanning (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers I#45 (November, 2008) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Jim Cheung (penciler), John Dell, Jay Leisten (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Secret Invasion I#6-7 (November-December, 2008) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Leinil Francis Yu (penciler), Mark Morales (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Thunderbolts I#125 (December, 2008) - Christos Gage (writer), Fernando Blanco (artist), Bill Rosemann (editor)
Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel#1 (January, 2009) - Kevin Grevioux (writer), Mat Broome (penciler), Sean Parsons, Alvaro Lopez (inkers), Alejandro Arbona (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#19 (January, 2009) - Dan Slott, Christos Gage (writers), Harvey Talibao, Bong Dazo (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel#2 (February, 2009) - Kevin Grevioux (writer), Mat Broome, Roberto Casto (pencilers), Sean Parsons, Alvaro Lopez (inkers), Alejandro Arbona (editor)
Avengers: The Initiative#20 (February, 2009) - Dan Slott, Christos Gage (writers), Steve Kurth (penciler), Drew Hennessy (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel#4 (April, 2009) - Kevin Grevioux (writer), Mat Broome, Roberto Castro (pencilers), Sean Parsons, Alvaro Lopez (inkers), Alejandro Arbona (editor)
Adam: Legend of the Blue Marvel#5 (May, 2009) - Kevin Grevioux (writer), Mat Broome, Roberto Castro (pencilers), Sean Parsons, Alvaro Lopez, Lorenzo Ruggiero (inkers), Alejandro Arbona (editor)


First Posted: 09/09/2021
Last updated: 09/07/2021

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