RANSAK THE REJECT

Real Name: Ransak

Identity/Class: Sub-species of humanity (Inhuman/Deviant) mutate;
   honorary citizen of Olympia

Occupation: Gladiator, warrior; former actor

Group Membership: Negative Force (Jannor, Karkas, Koly); formerly New Breed (Ceasefire/Phastos, Chi Demon/Suyin King, Corona/Thena, Mesmer/Sersi, Psyche/Psykos, Sovereign/Ikaris, Sparx/Aurelle, Tomorrow Hawk/Ceyote), Kro's Kommandos (Karkas, Kro), Delta Force (Dragona, Enigmo, Karkas, Toro Rojo, Tzabaoth)

Affiliations: Avengers (Black Knight/Dane Whitman, Captain America/Steve Rogers, Crystal/Crystalia Amaquelin, Giant-Man/Hank Pym, Hercules, Namor/Namor Mackenzie, Sersi, She-Hulk/Jennifer Walters, Thor/Odinson), Black Panther (T'Challa), Dave Chatterton, Margo Damian, Deadpool ("Wade Wilson"), Eternals (Aurelle, Ceyote, Cybele, Delphan Brothers, Domo, Gilgamesh, Ikaris, Khoryphos, Suyin King, Kingo Sunen, Makkari, Phastos, Psykos, Sersi, Sprite, Thena, Virako, Zuras), Georgie, Heroes for Hire (Ant-Man/Scott Lang, Black Knight/Dane Whitman, Luke Cage, Iron Fist/Daniel Rand, White Tiger), High Evolutionary (Herbert Wyndham), Sam Holden, Janie, Karkas, Quasar (Wendell Vaughn), Deborah Ritter, Donald Ritter, Silver Surfer (Norrin Radd), Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Super-Skrull (Kl'rt), Warlord Kro

Enemies: Apocalypse (En Sabah Nur), Bandrhude, Blastaar, Brother Karygmax, Brother Tode, Brother Visara, Ereshkigal, Eson the Celestial, Ghaur, Jack the Ripper, Leader (Samuel Sterns), Maelstrom, Maelstrom's Minions (Gronk, Helio, Phobius), Metabo, Tutinax, Weird Sisters (Beauty, Charm, Truth), Yellow-Crested Titans, Yrdisis, Zakka the Tool-Master

Known Relatives: Maelstrom (father), Medula (mother, deceased)

Aliases: Warhead, "Sweet Prince," the Killing Machine

Base of Operations: Somewhere in the Negative Zone;
   formerly Olympia, Greece;
 formerly "City of Toads" in Lemuria, beneath the Pacific Ocean

First Appearance: (As the Reject) Eternals I#8 (February, 1977); (as Ransak) Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe I#3 (March, 1983)

Powers/Abilities: A rare combination of Inhuman and Deviant genetics, Ransak the Reject was shunned for his appearance as a physically perfect human dwelling among monsters. Treated with cruelty, Ransak was trained in the gladiator pits to be a savage fighter, using whatever weapons he could get his hands on, but most frequently using a battle staff or swords. Though he doesn't possess any superhuman powers that are known, Ransak has the stamina, strength, and agility of an athlete in peak condition. Ransak has a unique genetic code which seems to help him avoid some control at the hands of others, where normal Deviants may be susceptible. For a time, Reject was mutated into a red rocky creature by Apocalypse.

Height: 6'2"
Weight: 325 lbs.
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Black

History:
(Fantastic Four Unlimited#10 (fb) - BTS) - Maelstrom, a half-Inhuman, half-Deviant hybrid, had an affair with a Deviant woman, Medula. Maelstrom left not knowing that Medula was pregnant, and she later gave birth to Ransak, who was one quarter Inhuman without knowing it. Medula told Ransak that his father was a good man, and she later died.

(Eternals I#8 (fb) - BTS) - Born in Deviant Lemuria with a human face, the boy was called the Reject by the monstrous and unique Deviants all around him. As he grew, the Reject kept his face covered with a golden mask to hide his shameful appearance, which reminded the Deviants around them of their mortal enemies, the Eternals.

(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition#10 - Reject) - The Reject was trained from childhood as a killing machine in the gladiatorial arena.

(Eternals I#8 (fb) - BTS) - In time, the Reject became an expert swordsman and constantly impressed others with his fighting skills.

(Eternals I#8) - The Reject was taken before Brother Tode in the City of Toads and they pulled his mask off. Disgusted, Brother Tode demanded that the Reject prove himself in combat. The Reject was dressed in a flexible steel armor, then he seized a power-rod weapon from a guard and rushed forward, ready to battle the Deviant assigned as his opponent, Karkas. As the battle began, the Reject was shocked to see a human-looking Thena sitting with royalty next to Tode and Warlord Kro.

(Eternals I#9) - When the Reject hit Karkas with a blast, Karkas cried out, wondering why everyone kept hurting him. Ransak hit Karkas with a few energy blasts, then savagely beat him with the power-rod before turning on the guards and seizing one of their guns. Ransak defeated all of the guards himself then he raged at the force field protecting Tode, Kro, and Thena behind it. Tode ordered that the Reject be destroyed, but just then Eson the Celestial arrived on Earth and earthquakes blanketed the city. The Reject realized that the force-field had dropped.

(Eternals I#10) - The Reject launched himself at Kro, but Thena knocked him back with energy blasts. They discovered Karkas was still living, though wounded, and he asked for a sanctuary to live his life free from combat. The Reject attacked Kro again, but he found himself overwhelmed with emotion when he confronted Thena and no longer wanted to attack. Thena offered both the Reject and Karkas a home in Olympia, and teleported away with them.

(Eternals I#12) - After landing in Olympia, the Reject was surrounded by many Eternal women who found him attractive, and he wondered if he might learn the art of romance. Thena tasked the Reject with watching over Karkas, and he did so reluctantly.

(Eternals Annual I#1) - Thena introduced the Reject and Karkas to Zuras, who insulted them by calling them monsters before asking them to help find their old foe, Zakka the Tool-Master. Karkas used an illusion created by Thena to disguise himself, then he checked into a hotel with Thena and the Reject. The Reject grew suspicious of the humans around and accosted the bellboy before he attacked Jack the Ripper, who'd been summoned through time by Zakka and was now seeking to kill women. The Reject easily defeated the Ripper, who disappeared before the Reject could kill him, and Thena helped theorize that Zakka was bringing forth opponents from other time periods that could not be killed in this era. After talking to the police, the Reject and Thena hunted Zakka, and found that he'd harmed Karkas. Zakka summoned the super-strong warrior, Tutinax, who attacked Zakka before fighting the Reject, Thena, and Karkas. Thena, after restoring the Reject's costume and weapons, transported them to an abandoned street to face Tutinax in gladiatorial combat, but Tutinax disappeared in time before the combat was over.

(Thor I#285 (fb) ) - Thena took Karkas and Reject (who she called "Sweet Prince") aboard her airship with other warriors, and they soon brought Ikaris and Margo Damian aboard, explaining that they had intel on the new civilization of the Deviants. Thena used her powers to give Reject and Karkas civilian appearances again, and Karkas then noted that he was learning to create the illusion with his own mind. They soon boarded the subway, avoiding a cop along the way. Diverting into the tunnels, the group found the Deviants and a fight immediately broke out, and the Reject felt the familiar sensation of battling the Deviants, who only saw him as a killing machine. When Warlord Kro placed a bomb on Margo, the others surrendered to keep her alive, but Karkas escaped.

(Thor I#286) - Karkas returned with allies Sersi and Thor, but they were also captured, then they were reunited with Thena, Ikaris, Margo Damian, and the Reject, all of them placed in bonds (the Belts of Bemusement) and taken before Brother Tode. Sersi used illusions, revealing Thor was free, then Kro launched the mutate Metabo at the group, though Thor soon won. Brother Tode escaped, collapsing the city behind him, and Thor helped the group escape to Olympia.

(Thor I#287) - After Thor returned Margo to Earth, Karkas bantered with the Reject as they arrived in Olympia, where a thrown discus caused their ship to crash. Unharmed, the group found the Eternals engaging in a set of Olympic games. The Eternal called Hero (alias of Gilgamesh) attacked the city, toppling the arena to warn the Eternals not to interfere in the upcoming judgment of Earth by the Celestials.

(Thor I#288) - Karkas and the Reject saw the Eternals, including Zuras, Domo, and Makkari, plan to form the Uni-Mind to fight against the Celestial known as One Above All.

(Thor I#289) - Thor returned with Hero, who was revealed as Gilgamesh, and Karkas and the Reject were amused to see the Eternals (including the Delphan Brothers) and Thor argue about tactics.

(Thor I#291) - The One Above All manipulated Thor and the Eternals, along with Karkas and the Reject, into a massive battle with the Olympian and Asgardian gods. During the fight, Karkas and the Reject sparred with Yellow-Crested Titans.

(Thor I#292) - Karkas and Reject saw the battle end and the gods all depart.

(Contest of Champions I#1) - Reject was among the heroes selected for the Contest of Champions, but he was held in stasis.

(Eternals II#3 (fb) - BTS) - Reject started working with Kingo Sunen, who considered Reject his pupil, and they began filming scenes for movies.

(Eternals II#3) - When Reject nearly harmed one of the actors in a fighting scene for the movie "Revenge of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Vampires," Kingo Sunen grew angry with Reject. They were soon picked up by Ikaris, Makkari, and Margo Damian, alerting them to a new threat from the Deviants.

(Eternals II#4) - Reject joined the others in attempting to convince Phastos to join their cause but they then became aware of the escalating threat of the Deviants and went to prepare for war. When they initially attacked the ships, the Eternals tried leaving the Reject behind, but he leapt into battle and they soon fought the monstrous Bandrhude, whose song briefly trapped them in their own memories. As the battle ended, the Reject bragged about having killed over 130 Deviants. When Thena launched an omega weapon against the Deviants that seemingly blocked a weapon targeted on the Deviants, Ikaris accused her of treason.

(Eternals II#5) - The Eternals (including Khoryphos, Phastos, Kingo Sunen, Sersi, Makkari, and Ikaris) gathered in Olympia with Margo Damian, Reject, and Karkas for the trial of Thena.

(Eternals II#6) - The Reject went off with Ikaris' group to launch an attack on the Deviants, and Reject sparred with Sunen aboard the ship. They fought their way through Deviant forces, then attacked Warlord Kro directly. Thena arrived to protect Kro when Ikaris nearly killed the Deviant, but a hooded figure teleported in and delivered a deadly blow to Kro before disappearing. Thena then disappeared with Kro.

(Eternals II#7) - Reject ranted about Thena's betrayal and how the Eternals were being fools for not wiping out the Deviants. When Sersi delivered human Dave Chatterton aboard the Eternals' craft, Reject attacked him in a fury, but Kingo Sunen used his powers to bolster Chatterton's strength, allowing Reject to be knocked back with a punch.

(Eternals II#8) - The Reject put on a karategi and attended a party hosted by Sersi, where he had drinks and ranted about the state of the world. When Deviants showed up, Reject screamed more, causing Dave Chatterton to punch him, knocking Reject back into Namor, who was also attending the party. Soon, Thena and Kro were seen at the party, but they fled.

(Eternals II#9) - Back in Olympia, Reject heard Ikaris' plan to stop Thena and Kro at all costs. They met with Makkari, Karkas, Kingo Sunen, Argos, and Cybelle to discuss the betrayal of Thena. When the Forgotten One (Gilgamesh) arrived, he informed them that Ghaur had plans to overthrow the Celestials. When Karkas wondered aloud if the Forgotten One could be trusted, the Reject struck him in frustration. Ikaris intervened, calling Karkas a creature of honor. The group sought out Thena and Kro and restrained them, then entered the Great Machine, where a recording of Zuras appeared and instructed Ikaris and Thena to battle for the role of the Prime Eternal, with Ikaris soon winning.

(Eternals II#10) - Knowing the Deviants possessed a weapon capable of planetary destruction, Ikaris readied his allies for battle and changed their molecules to look like Deviants, leaving Cybele and Karkas behind to monitor events. In Lemuria, Reject and Kingo were sent to find the Temple of the Priests.

(Eternals II#11) - In their mutated forms, Reject and Kingo descended into areas of Lemuria that Reject had never seen, and Reject was horrifed to see millions of Deviants being kept in suspended animation. The Reject enthusiastically jumped into battle with the Deviants alongside the Eternals, but Ghaur soon gained godlike powers and grew to giant size.

(Eternals II#12) - The Reject returned to Olympia with his allies, where they formed the Uni-Mind but the giant-sized Ghaur attacked with his forces of Deviants, though Ghaur was soon defeated.

(Avengers I#310 (fb) - BTS) - Ransak was with the Eternals (including Phastos and Sprite) when they found Blastaar and restored him to health. Blastaar then attacked, seemingly killing the Eternals and Ransak.

(Avengers I#310) - The Eternals returned from seeming death, having restored their atoms and forms to normal. They interacted with the Avengers (Captain America/Steve Rogers, Namor/Namor Mackenzie, She-Hulk/Jennifer Walters, Thor/Odinson) in Olympia.

(Quasar#12 (fb) - BTS) - The Reject returned to Lemuria, where he took on his birth name, Ransak, and began fighting in the arenas again, using a power-lance and wearing black armor. He had many victories as the crowd cheered him on.

(Quasar#12) - Ransak battled Tutinax, but Quasar (Wendell Vaughn) intervened in the fight briefly before Ransak conquered Tutinax by hitting him repeatedly. Ransak was proclaimed the new champion, though Quasar disappeared before he could fight him.

(Eternals: The Herod Factor#1) - Ransak and Karkas joined the Eternals in hearing about monsters slaughtering human twins, and Phastos soon determined that it was the prophecied "Ordained Ones," human/Deviant offspring, that were committing the murders. Thena brought her half-human children, Donald and Deborah Ritter, to Olymia, and Karkas and Ransak agreed to watch over them for a time. A monstrous mutate attacked and knocked out both Karkas and Ransak, kidnapping the two children. When the Eternals returned, Karkas and Reject explained what had happened. As the Eternals departed, Karkas and Ranask wondered if they were truly trusted, then Thena invited them to accompany her on a mission to the base of the Polar Eternals, where they found Kro now at an advanced age, living in the Pyramid of the Winds.

(Eternals: The Herod Factor#1 - BTS) - Kro returned himself to his normal age, then accompanied Thena, Karkas, and Ransak to Lemuria, where Brother Visara had captured the twins and the Eternals. Thena used her powers to disguise she and Ransak as the twins, then they attacked.

(Eternals: The Herod Factor#1) - Kro turned the Deviants against their new ruler, Brother Visara. As the Deviants fled, the Eternals, Karnak, and Ransak returned to Daniel Damian (the father of the deceased Margo Damian) and exposed him as the villain behind the attacks and kidnappings, knowing he still had the twins. The mutate attacked again, holding its own against the Eternals until Sersi defeated the mutate, revealing it was a corrupted Ajak. The twins were saved and Damian was seemingly killed in the battle.

(Avengers I#370) - Ransak and Karkas sparred against Kingo Sunen in Olympia. When the Avengers were captured by Deviants (led by Ghaur), Sersi worked with Kro to assemble a team called the Delta Force to find them. Members included Karkas, Reject, Enigmo, Toro Rojo, Tzabaoth, and Dragona. Kro sent Karkas, Ransak, Enigmo, and Toro Rojo to the arena, where two of the mind-controlled Avengers were being held.

(Avengers I#371) - Karkas and Ransak faced off against Giant-Man and Black Knight (who were being mind-controlled by the brain-mines of Karygmax) in the arena, and Enigmo and Toro Rojo helped win the fight when Karkas and Ransak were nearly defeated. When the Avengers broke free from the mind control, Karkas and Ransak led them to the others through the tunnels of Lemuria, and they soon faced off with Ghaur alongside the rest of the Avengers (Captain America, Crystal, Hercules, Sersi). After the battle concluded, Delta Force left Ghaur in power, but Kro promised they would come back to stop him.





(Fantastic Four Unlimited#10 (fb) - BTS )- Ikaris called a meeting of the Eternals, and Ransak and Karkas were asked to remain outside in Olympia.

(Fantastic Four Unlimited#10) - The Fantastic Four members Human Torch, Invisible Woman, and Thing seemingly arrived in Olympia and attacked Karkas and Ransak, who soon exposed the trio as Helio, Phobos, and Gronk. The villains captured Karkas and Ransak and teleported away before the Eternals could save them. Karkas and Ransak were kept captive in a device that painfully withdrew their kinetic energy, and they saw the Weird Sisters (Beauty, Charm, Truth) apprehend Yrdisis as well.

(Fantastic Four Unlimited#10 - BTS) - Karkas and Ransak were given truth serum, and they revealed the existence of the Ritter twins. The villains believed that draining the energy of the twins would help restore Maelstrom, their master, to life.

(Fantastic Four Unlimited#10) - The Fantastic Four and the Eternals arrived to help save the captives, but Maelstrom was draining the life of Karkas, Reject, Yrdisis, and the twins, aging them as he reconstituted himself. Maelstrom's connection was severed when he realized that Ransak was his own son. Maelstrom dissipated after asking the Eternals to take care of his son. The life force returned to the captives. Ransak fell crying into Phastos' arms.


(Heroes for Hire I#5 (fb) - BTS) - Ghaur captured Sersi, Thena, and the Ritter twins and began draining their energy in Lemuria, so Kro assembled a team he called Kro's Kommandos, including Karkas and Ransak.

(Heroes for Hire I#5 (fb) ) - Kro's Kommandos stormed Lemuria to free the captives, but they were all captured after freeing Sersi, who escaped.

(Heroes for Hire I#5) - Sersi returned with the Heroes for Hire, and they battled Ghaur's legions, which now included the mentally controlled Karkas and Ransak.

(Heroes for Hire I#6) - Ransak was mentally controlled into fighting White Tiger, who he found a worthy opponent, and he zapped her when she changed into her tiger form before him. After Karkas was freed from Ghaur's control, he fought Ransak while the Heroes for Hire battled Lord Ghaur.

(Heroes for Hire I#7 - BTS) - Ghaur was defeated. Karkas and Ransak decided to remain in Lemuria.

(New Eternals: Apocalypse Now#1 (fb) - BTS) - Ransak and Karkas joined with some rebels in Lemuria, forming a rebel base.

(New Eternals: Apocalypse Now#1) - When Ghaur declared war on the surface world, Ransak and Karkas (now mysteriously green) stood against him, but Lemuria was soon attacked with nuclear weapons by Apocalypse. Karkas, badly burned and mutated into a red rocky creature, escaped Lemuria and attacked Olympia in a daze, fighting Eternals until he was able to appeal to Thena, who recognized him. The Eternals contained Ransak, treating and curing him while he had fevered dreams of what had happened to him, and when he emerged, they gave him a new costume. Thena surmised that Ransak had only been able to heal so quickly because of his unique genetic makeup. Ransak told the others what had happened and spurred them into action, and he was amused when the resurrected Virako did not recognize Ransak, mistaking him for an Eternal. Ransak joined the Eternals in seeking out an Egyptian-marked obelisk that seemed connected to the nuclear attack, and they found Karkas there, mutated into a giant brown monster form. Ransak defeated Karkas by jamming his power lance into Karkas' giant spine, causing the monster to scream in pain. Noticed by human reporters, Ikaris decided to introduce him and his fellow Eternals to them as a new team of super-heroes called the New Breed. Ransak was identified as Warhead.

(Black Panther III#27) - When Black Panther brought warships to Lemuria in a standoff over a Deviant child seeking asylum on Earth, Kro went to the surface with Karkas and Ransak flanking him to confront Black Panther. Kro escalated tensions by punching Black Panther as Karkas and Ransak held back.

(Thor: The Deviants Saga#2) - In Olympia, Ransak and Karkas saw Thor arrive, seeking the Eternals, but he found only Virako and Phastos present in Olympia. Kro attacked with a group of Deviants, including Tutinax, seeking to steal the resurrection machine, but he realized it was broken. As Thor battled Tutinax, Ransak grew annoyed when Karkas was briefly caught up in hologram light that made him appear human, which appealed to Karkas. The Deviants badly wounded Virako, then escaped with a captured Phastos and the resurrection machine.

(Thor: The Deviants Saga#3) - Ransak and Karkas guided Thor back to Lemuria, where they were shot down, and Karkas and Ransak were captured. Ghaur, realizing that he could not manipulate the mind of Ransak, forced Karkas to attack his ally, and they continued battling as Thor and Phastos sought to repair the broken machine.

(Thor: The Deviants Saga#4) - Ghaur continued forcing Karkas to battle Ransak.

(Thor: The Deviants Saga#5) - Thor and Phastos attacked anew, forcing Ghaur to release Karkas from his control. Karkas and Ransak joined their allies in defeating Ghaur and the other threats to Lemuria, including Ereshkigal and Tutinax. Kro took over ruling Lemuria again and reported that most Deviant males had now been rendered sterile, and he ordered a horrified Ransak, as one of the only Deviants to still be virile, to stay in Lemuria and father a new generation of Deviants. Thor offered to fight to defend Ransak's right to choose, but Phastos proposed a solution, offering to stay in Lemuria and help them solve their problems. Back in Olympia, Ransak and Karkas saw the Uni-Mind return, bringing the main Eternals back to Earth.

SECRET WARS III HAPPEND

(Spider-Man/Deadpool#44 (fb) - BTS) - Ransak found peace within himself, balancing out the rage, and he made a new home in the Negative Zone. In time, he felt someone following him, and Blastaar took mental control of Ransak, unleashing his rage at full force and using him to fight off foes of Blastaar's, various insectoid races in the Negative Zone. Ransak heard Blastaar's plans to meld the prime universe together with the Negative Zone, creating a new world.

(Spider-Man/Deadpool#43) - Under the control of Blastaar, Ransak lashed out at innocents in the Negative Zone. Cops Jannor and Koly sought to curtail Ransak's rampage, and they were soon joined by Spider-Man and Deadpool from Earth. Ransak was briefly freed from Blastaar's control when they zapped him with electricity, but Blastaar restored his control again.

(Spider-Man/Deadpool#44) - Ransak lashed out at the heroes, breaking Deadpool's back (which soon healed). Karkas soon arrived, attacking Blastaar and then Ransak, who was soon webbed to the wall by Spider-Man. Karkas helped snap Ransak out of the mind control, and Ransak told them what had happened to him. Ransak feared that rage was all he was now. Blastaar took over the minds of Deadpool and Koly, as well as Ransak again, and ordered them to attack.

(Spider-Man/Deadpool#45) - Ransak was forced to attack Karkas, and Blastaar soon took over Karkas and the others. After they were freed from control and Blastaar was arrested, Karkas and Ransak were thrilled to be reunited, and they agreed to join Koly and Jannor in the Negative Force.

Comments: Created by Jack Kirby and Mike Royer.

Ransak is first identified by that name in the Deviants profile in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe I#3 (March, 1983).

Ransak the Reject received his own handbook profile in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition#10 (September, 1986).

This profile was completed 4/07/2021, but its publication was delayed as it was intended for the Appendix 20th anniversary 's celebratory event.

Profile by Chadman.

CLARIFICATIONS:
Ransak the Reject has no known connections to:


images: (without ads)
Spider-Man/Deadpool#44, p19, pan1 (main)
Eternals I#8, p4, pan1 (face)
Eternals I#8, p3, pan1 (in golden mask)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition I#10, p70, pan1 (with Eternals)
Eternals II#11, p9, pan5 (in Deviant disguise)
Quasar#12, p20, pan5 (in black armor)
Eternals: The Herod Factor#1, p5, pan1 (in white costume)
Avengers I#370, p12, pan3 (in black and red costume)
Fantastic Four Unlimited#10, p52, pan1 (blue stripe costume)
Heroes for Hire I#6, p4, pan4 (with Deviants)
New Eternals: Apocalypse Now#1, p6, pan3 (blue and white with partial chest exposed)
New Eternals: Apocalypse Now#1, p22, pan4 (mutated by radiation)
New Eternals: Apocalypse Now#1, p47, pan3 (New Breed costume)
Thor: the Deviants Saga#2, p4, pan1 (in Olympia)


Appearances:
Eternals I#8-10 (February-April, 1977) - Jack Kirby (writer/penciler/editor), Mike Royer (inker)
Eternals I#12 (June, 1977) - Jack Kirby (writer/penciler/editor), Mike Royer (inker)
Eternals Annual I#1 (August, 1977) - Jack Kirby (writer/penciler), Mike Royer (inker), Jack Kirby (editor)
Thor I#285 (July, 1979) - Roy Thomas (writer), John Buscema (penciler), Chic Stone (inker), Roy Thomas (editor)
Thor I#286-289 (August-November, 1979) - Roy Thomas (writer/editor), Keith Pollard (penciler), Chic Stone (inker)
Thor I#291-292 (January-February, 1980) - Roy Thomas (writer/editor), Keith Pollard (penciler), Chic Stone (inker)
Contest of Champions I#1 (June, 1982) - Mark Gruenwald, Steven Grant, Bill Mantlo (writers), John Romita Jr. (penciler), Pablo Marcos (inker), Mark Gruenwald (editor)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe I#3 (March, 1983) - Mark Gruenwald (writer/editor), various artists
Eternals II#1 (October, 1985) - Peter Gillis (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Al Gordon (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Eternals II#3 (December, 1985) - Peter Gillis (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Al Gordon (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Eternals II#4 (January, 1986) - Peter Gillis (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Keith Williams (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Eternals II#5-6 (February-March, 1986) - Peter Gillis (writer), Sal Buscema (artist), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition#3 (February, 1986) - Mark Gruenwald, Peter Sanderson (writers), Eliot Brown (penciler), Josef Rubinstein (inker), Mark Gruenwald (editor)
Eternals II#7 (April, 1986) - Peter Gillis (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Danny Bulanadi (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Eternals II#8 (May, 1986) - Peter Gillis (writer), Sal Buscema (artist), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Eternals II#9 (June, 1986) - Walter Simonson (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Danny Bulanadi (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Eternals II#10 (July, 1986) - Walter Simonson (writer), Keith Pollard (penciler), Danny Bulanadi, Tom Morgan (inkers), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Eternals II#11 (August, 1986) - Walter Simonson (writer), Keith Pollard (penciler), Danny Bulanadi, Geof Isherwood (inkers), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Eternals II#12 (September, 1986) - Walter Simonson (writer), Paul Ryan (penciler), Sam de la Rosa, Al Williamson (inkers), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition#10 (September, 1986) - Mark Gruenwald, Peter Sanderson (writers), Tony Salmons (penciler), Josef Rubinstein (inker)
Avengers I#310 (November, 1989) - John Byrne (writer), Paul Ryan (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Howard Mackie (editor)
Quasar#12 (July, 1990) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Mike Manley (penciler), Fred Fredricks (inker), Howard Mackie (editor)
Eternals: The Herod Factor#1 (November, 1991) - Roy Thomas, Dann Thomas (writers), Mark Texeira (penciler), Bob McLeod, Chris Ivy, Mark McKenna Ian Akin, Sam de la Rosa (inkers), Terry Kavanagh (editor)
Avengers I#370 (January, 1994) - Glenn Herdling (writer), Geof Isherwood (penciler), Al Milgrom, Kevin Yates (inkers), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Avengers I#371 (February, 1994) - Glenn Herdling (writer), Mike Gustovich (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Ralph Macchio (Editor)
Fantastic Four Unlimited#10 (July, 1995) - Roy Thomas (writer), Herb Trimpe (artist), Nel Yomtov (editor)
Heroes for Hire I#5-6 (November-December, 1997) - John Ostrander (writer), Pasqual Ferry (penciler), Jaime Mendoza (inker), Mark Bernardo (editor)
New Eternals: Apocalypse Now#1 (February, 2000) - Karl Bollers, Mike Higgins (writers), Joe Bennett (penciler), Scott Hanna (inker), Ralph Machio (ediotr)
Black Panther III#27 (February, 2001) - Christopher Priest (writer), Sal Velluto (penciler), Bob Almond (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Thor: The Deviants Saga#2 (February, 2012) - Robert Rodi (writer), Stephen Segovia (penciler), Jason Paz (inker), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Thor: The Deviants Saga#3-5 (March-May, 2012) - Robert Rodi (writer), Stephen Segovia (penciler), Jason Paz, Jeff Huet (inkers), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Spider-Man/Deadpool#43-45 (February-April, 2019) - Robbie Thompson (writer), Jim Towe (penciler), Sean Parsons (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)


First Posted: 09/29/2021
Last updated: 09/27/2021

Any Additions/Corrections? please let me know.

Non-Marvel Copyright info
All other characters mentioned or pictured are ™  and © 1941-2099 Marvel Characters, Inc. All Rights Reserved. If you like this stuff, you should check out the real thing!
Please visit The Marvel Official Site at:
http://www.marvel.com

Special Thanks to www.g-mart.com for hosting the Appendix, Master List, etc.!

Back to Characters