Real Name: Ulysses Cain

Identity/Class: Human (Inhuman)

Occupation: Cosmic being

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: A-Force (Dazzler/Alison Blaire, Nico Minoru, She-Hulk/Jennifer Walters, Singularity), Alpha Flight (Captain Marvel/Carol Danvers, Puck/Eugene Judd), Amy, Avengers (Captain America/Sam Wilson, Captain Marvel/Carol Danvers, Iron Man/Tony Stark, Ms. Marvel/Kamala Khan, Nova/Sam Alexander, Spider-Man/Miles Morales, Spider-Woman/Jessica Drew, Thor/Jane Foster, Vision, War Machine/James Rhodes), Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers), Avengers Unity Division (Cable/Nathan Summers, Deadpool/"Wade Wilson," Doctor Voodoo/Jericho Drumm, Human Torch/Johnny Storm, Quicksilver/Pietro Maximoff, Rogue/Anna Marie, Synapse/Emily Guerrero), Clash (Clayton Cole), Deadpool ("Wade Wilson"), Deathlok (Henry Hayes), Doctor Strange (Stephen Strange), Eternity, Giant-Man (Raz Malhotra), Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Hulk (Bruce Banner), Inhumans (Crystal/Crystalia Amaquelin, Flint/Jason, Glow, Iso/Xiaoyi Chen, Karnak/Karnak Mander-Azur, Lock, Medusa/Medusalith Amaquelin, Michelle, Tongue), Iron Man (Tony Stark), Harry Lyman (Harry Osborn), Mockingbird (Barbara Morse), New Avengers (Hawkeye/Clint Barton, Hulkling/Teddy Altman, Songbird/Melissa Gold, Squirrel Girl/Doreen Green, Wiccan/Billy Kaplan), Nighthawk (Raymond Kane), Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff), Shaman (Michael Twoyoungmen), S.H.I.E.L.D. (Maria Hill, others), Son of Satan (Daimon Hellstrom), Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Ultimates (Black Panther/T'Challa, Blue Marvel/Adam Brashear, Ms. America/America Chavez, Spectum/Monica Rambeau), War Machine (James Rhodes), Wasp (Nadia Van Dyne), X-Men (Beast/Henry McCoy, Colossus/Piotr Rasputin, teen Jean Grey, Iceman/Bobby Drake, Magik/Illyana Rasputin, Magneto/Max Eisenhardt, Marvel Girl/Jean Grey, Nightcrawler/Kurt Wagner, Old Man Logan/James Howlett of Earth-21923, Pixie/Megan Gwynn, Storm/Ororo Munroe, Wolverine/Laura Kinney)

Enemies: Celestial Destructor, Captain America (Steve Rogers; Hydra version), Modred the Mystic, Vulturions (Honcho, others)

Known Relatives: Mr. Cain (father), Mrs. Cain

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Unrevealed;
   formerly New Attilan

First Appearance: Free Comic Book Day 2016: Civil War II (May, 2016)

Powers/Abilities: After undergoing Terrigenesis, Ulysses Cain developed the ability to scan potential future timelines and determine potential outcomes. While Ulysses automatically absorbs data from a number of sources all over the world, Ulysses' predictions tend to result from information he has direct access to, often predicting events in the very near future (sometimes in farther futures) based on the people he is interacting with, the places he has been, or the media he is consuming. Ulysses cannot force these predictions and they tend to hit him at unpredictable times. After having a vision of a potential future, sometimes Ulysses has very clear memories of the events, including the people and places involved, and other times he has very limited information to work with, remembering very little. Ulysses is at times able to spend time in his visions, interacting with the future in great detail, and at times he can physically experience them (feeling heat from fire, smelling or feeling certain things, etc). Sometimes Ulysses' predictions take place when he is in a heightened amount of stress. After a time, Ulysses developed the ability to expand his visions to those around him, projecting his visions outward so others could see and experience them. In time, this ability expanded, resulting in psychic tendrils extending from his body for miles, able to show people his visions from far away. Ulysses has also, at times, experienced multiple visions at the same time. Ulysses' mind has natural defenses against telepaths. After some time, Ulysses evolved into a cosmic being and left behind the human plane, extending to a higher plane of reality.

Height: Unrevealed (6'; by approximation)
Weight: Unrevealed (160 lbs.; by approximation)
Eyes: Brown (red when predicting certain futures)
Hair: Brown

(Civil War II: Choosing Sides#6/1 (fb) - BTS) - Ulysses Cain was born in Point Pleasant, Ohio, where his parents worked as tour guides at the birthplace of Ulysses S. Grant. They named their son after the president. Ulysses loved puppies and toads, and once wanted to start a campaign to save the toads being killed by cars on the road. The Cains took in many foster children over the years, some with medical issues that proved to be fatal. Ulysses had a friend named Amy from grade school on, and they made a pact to gather anything embarrassing the other had if one of them went missing. Ulysses later enrolled at Ohio State University, where he was an easy-going student, quiet and often barely noticed by anyone.

(Civil War II#0) - At Ohio State University, Ulysses worked up the courage to flirt with Michelle just as the Terrigen Mists passed over the area, turning both of them into Inhuman cocoons. Ulysses emerged looking normal as Michelle exited as a demonic winged creature. Ulysses suddenly found himself in a vision of a deadly future.

(Civil War II: Ulysses Infinite Comic#1 (fb) - BTS) - Ulysses was picked up by the Inhumans, and they began to study his powers.

(Civil War II: Ulysses Infinite Comic#1) - Medusa took Ulysses, Iso, and Flint to the Tower of Wisdom, where they met Karnak. After Ulysses watched Karnak taunt Flint and Iso, goading them into brief fights, Medusa explained about Ulysses' powers, and Karnak agreed to teach him.

(Civil War II: Ulysses Infinite Comic#2) - In the Tower of Wisdom, Ulysses met a group of bizarre Inhumans, including Lock, Glow, and Tongue. When Ulysses called them freaks, Karnak threatened his life, then he showed Ulysses to a bare cell with a cot and a bucket. When Karnak threatened to touch Ulysses, he triggered a vision, realizing Ulysses' powers might be triggered by accumulated stress. Ulysses had a vision where many were killed.

(Civil War II: Ulysses Infinite Comic#3) - Ulysses had a vision that innocents died while on a subway bound for the Stark Needle. Karnak seemed unconcerned about the vision and Ulysses believed Karnak might be insane and tried to punch him, but Karnak easily disabled Ulysses. Karnak then locked Ulysses in a cell.

(Civil War II: Ulysses Infinite Comic#4) - Ulysses called out for help as he began breaking bars and digging through mortar to escape through his ancient cell. He ran past some of Glow's bioluminescent lichen before he was apprehended by Tongue in the kitchen, and she refused to let him go.

(Civil War II: Ulysses Infinite Comic#5) - When Ulysses evaded Tongue, she threw a knife at him and pinned his shirt to the wall. He escaped after throwing a bowl of chilis in her face. Ulysses snuck past Glow, but found that Lock had the front door secured. Ulysses threatened to cut Lock's hands open, but chose not to after realizing he was being like Karnak. Ulysses suddenly had a vision of himself as a threat to others, and he was overcome with emotion. Lock opened his hands and embraced Ulysses, letting him go, but as the door opened, Ulysses saw Karnak standing outside.

(Civil War II: Ulysses Infinite Comic#6) - Ulysses tried to fight Karnak so he could try to avert the Oregon disaster, but Karnak confessed he'd already averted the tragedy. Karnak taught Ulysses all night about how to hone his focus in his visions, then Ulysses had a vision of New York burning, but this time he was able to determine a date and location. Karnak commended him and offered him a bed to sleep in.

(Civil War II#1 (fb) - BTS) - Ulysses saw a series of conflicts in various futures, and the Inhumans studied his powers, wondering if those futures could be prevented. Karnak spent days helping Ulysses learn to focus on the visions so he could identify specifics. He saw one in which the Celestial Destructor destroyed the Earth.

(Civil War II#1) - Weeks later, the group of Inhumans joined the Avengers, the Ultimates, the X-Men, New Avengers, Avengers Unity Division, A-Force, Shaman, Scarlet Witch, Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Doctor Strange, Son of Satan and S.H.I.E.L.D. (Maria Hill, others) in responding to the threat of the Celestial Destructor and its servitors, and the threat was soon averted magically. The heroes gathered to celebrate, and Medusa introduced Ulysses to the others. He cautiously revealed his powers to them, and Jean Grey tried to put him in a mental contact with the other heroes so they could understand how his powers worked, but they found his mind blocked from telepaths. Ulysses tried explaining his power to the heroes as they debated the ethics of using it to prevent future crimes. Three weeks later, Ulysses woke with a nightmare of Thanos attacking, and he panicked, saying the Ultimates needed to be summoned.

(Ultimates II#8) - While meeting with the Ultimates, Ulysses again had the vision of Thanos, saying he would attack in three hours.

(Free Comic Book Day 2016: Civil War II#1) - Lockjaw took Medusa, Crystal, and Ulysses to talk to War Machine and Captain Marvel, where they planned to experiment on his powers. Ulysses explained that he was not only seeing the futures, but experiencing them, and he worried about the effect this was all having on him. Captain Marvel expressed that she worried these experiences would alter his abilities, and Ulysses agreed. Ulysses then had a flash of Thanos' attack again, so the heroes mobilized. In the ensuing conflict with Thanos, War Machine was killed and She-Hulk badly injured.

(Civil War II#2) - Ulysses woke to find Medusa seeking to protect him from Iron Man, who blasted her back. Human Torch, Iso, Crystal, and Karnak attacked, but Iron Man, in drone armor, managed to kidnap Ulysses. Ulysses woke up, tied to a chair, with Stark furious about the loss of War Machine. As he had investigators looking into Ulysses' parents, Iron Man took a copy of Ulysses' brain, then the Avengers, Ultimates, and Inhumans arrived to save Ulysses, who Iron Man freed. Ulysses saw a vision of the Hulk destroying the world, but this time, the vision projected into the minds of those around them. Ulysses had visions of many disastrous futures, leading to the heroes working to stop many of them, altering history.

(Deadpool IV#14) - In the aftermath of the battle with the Celestial Destructor, Ulysses introduced himself to Deadpool, who stated that he didn't believe in Ulysses' powers.

(Ms. Marvel IV#7) - Ulysses watched the news, missing his old life, as Medusa checked on him. He saw news that made him worried about the near future.

(Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man#1 (fb) - BTS) - Ulysses successfully predicted two separate earthquakes.

(Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man#1 (fb) ) - Ulysses was taken by Medusa and Karnak to spend a day with Spider-Man. On his way over, Ulysses had a vision of a man committing two murders in Chinatown. After seeing the Human Torch, he went off with Spider-Man.

(Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man#1) - Ulysses watched Spider-Man defeat the Vulturions, then he saw the man he'd had the visions about. They stopped the man from killing his ex and her new boyfriend. Ulysses confided in Spidey that the meditation techniques he was learning from Karnak were helping him manage the visions better. The next day, Ulysses joined Peter Parker at Parker Industries, where he met Harry Lyman (Osborn) and Clayton Cole, and he had a vision that Cole would turn against Spider-Man. He warned Spidey.

(All-New Wolverine#10) - Ulysses cried out when he saw a future of Old Man Logan killing Gabby in front of Wolverine (Laura Kinney), a future that later came true, though Gabby survived.

(Captain Marvel IX#7 (fb) - BTS) - Ulysses saw a future where Canadian Owen Leclerc was a threat. Captain Marvel started having a team of agents make Ulysses aware of present threats and criminals, hoping to spark visions of future events they could avert.

(Captain Marvel IX#7) - Captain Marvel and Alpha Flight stopped Leclerc, but not before the future Ulysses saw came true.

(Civil War II#3 (fb) ) - Ulysses went with the Inhumans, the X-Men, Avengers Unity Division, Avengers, S.H.I.E.L.D., Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Wasp (Nadia Van Dyne), Ultimates, and Alpha Flight as they confronted Bruce Banner in Utah. Before Banner could change into the Hulk, Hawkeye shot him in the eye with an arrow, killing him. Iron Man was furious, blaming Captain Marvel and the Inhumans, so Lockjaw got Ulysses to safety.

(Spider-Man II#8) - After Hulk was killed, Ulysses was stared at by the gathered heroes. He stared at Spider-Man (Miles Morales), seeing a strange future ahead.

(Civil War II#4 (fb) - BTS) - Ulysses predicted that Alison Greene, a civilian, would be responsible for a deadly threat when she opened a briefcase after exiting a bank.

(Civil War II#4) - As Ulysses kept training with Karnak, Iron Man analyzed his brain, determining that his body and brain absorbed all available data from around the world and then came up with realistic interpretations of future events, not direct predictions of the future.

(Civil War II#4/Ultimates II#10) - Captain Marvel had Ulysses positively identify Alison Green's briefcase, but then she discovered nothing was inside it.

(Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man#2 (fb) - BTS) - Ulysses saw a future where the armor of the Quintronic Man exploded.

(Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man#2) - Spider-Man stopped the Quintronic Man, then Ulysses asked about Clayton Cole. Later, Spider-Man gave Ulysses another tour of Parker Industries, and Cole grew suspicious.

(Deadpool IV#15) - Deadpool confronted Ulysses at the Triskelion, pretending that he wanted to kill him to see if Ulysses could predict that future. When Ulysses pointed out that Deadpool's allies, the Mercs for Money, were in New Jersey, Deadpool rushed off.

(Squadron Supreme IV#9 (fb) ) - Modred the Mystic snuck into New Attilan and briefly possessed Ulysses, so he could scan various futures.

(Ultimates II#9 (fb) - BTS) - Ulysses foresaw a future when the Infinaut would attack.

(Ultimates II#9) - At Fenway Park, the Ultimates and Giant-Man (Raz Malhotra) prepared for the Infinaut as Ulysses watched, and they soon faced the Infinaut, befriending him instead of fighting him.

(All-New, All-Different Avengers#13) - Ulysses played chess with Vision, who asked him his opinion on self-control and future change. Captain Marvel called Ulysses back to work. Ulysses was placed in the Womb, a machine built by Spider-Man and the Black Panther to stimulate his senses with current events in an attempt to spark visions.

(Captain Marvel IX#8) - Ulysses saw various futures that Captain Marvel and her team were able to avert.

(Civil War II: Choosing Sides#1/1 (fb) - BTS) - Ulysses predicted a future where Hydra destroyed S.H.I.E.L.D.

(Civil War II: Choosing Sides#3/1 (fb) - BTS) - Ulysses predicted a future where Taskmaster committed a murder.

(Civil War II: Choosing Sides#5/1 (fb) - BTS) - Ulysses predicted a future where the Excavator killed Piledriver.

(Civil War II: Choosing Sides#5/2 (fb) - BTS) - Ulysses predicted a future where a super-powered child would have a huge impact on the future of S.T.A.K.E.

(Civil War II: Choosing Sides#5/4 (fb) ) - Maria Hill interviewed Ulysses about a future regarding Nick Fury Jr.

(Power Man and Iron Fist III#7 (fb) - BTS) - Ulysses predicted a future where Luke Cage led a jailbreak at Ryker's.

(Power Man and Iron Fist III#7) - Ulysses saw Captain Marvel assemble Deathlok (Henry Hayes), Mockingbird, Puck, Spectrum, and Storm to respond to the jailbreak.

(Spider-Man 2099 III#13) - Ulysses had a vision of Spider-Man (Miguel O'Hara) seeing Captain America (Roberta Mendez) crucified in 2099, with Parker Industries being the modern touchpoint. When he awoke, he drew a picture and had Medusa give it to Peter Parker.

(Uncanny Avengers III#13 (fb) - BTS) - Ulysses predicted a future where Cable declared war on humanity. He reported the vision to Medusa.

(Uncanny Avengers III#13) - Medusa brought Steve Rogers in to hear about Ulysses' predictions.

(Captain America: Steve Rogers#5) - Captain America, having been replaced by an evil alternate version of himself, made plans to kidnap Ulysses from New Attilan, but he found Medusa and Iron Man arguing over him and departed, manipulating events so that the Hulk would appear as the greater threat for Ulysses' visions to predict.

(Captain Marvel IX#9 (fb) - BTS) - Captain Marvel had Alpha Flight subject Ulysses to information on many criminals, hoping to inspire many visions of the future to avert possible threats.

(A-Force II#8 (fb) - BTS) - Ulysses predicted a future where Nico Minoru killed a young woman named Alice Michaels.

(Civil War II#5) - Ulysses grew concerned in New Attilan as Medusa and Karnak rushed off to intervene in a superhuman war over Ulysses' predictions. Ulysses wept as he watched the battle. Soon, he projected a vision of Spider-Man (Miles Morales) killing Captain America (Steve Rogers) on the steps of the Capitol building.

(Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man#4) - After Cole, as Clash, turned against Spider-Man, Ulysses wondered if his prediction of that future had made it happen. At Parker Industries, Ulysses sensed Harry Lyman's discomfort around him, then he heard Spider-Man withdraw an offer to let Ulysses look into their tech. Spidey encouraged Ulysses to save as many lives as he could, then Lockjaw, Medusa, Karnak, and the Human Torch arrived to pick Ulysses up. Spidey checked on Ulysses the next day.

(Civil War II: X-Men#4) - Ulysses was unsurprised to see Magneto and Marvel Girl (Rachel Summers) of the X-Men attack New Attilan to find him. Magneto confronted Ulysses, who realized he was seen as a weapon to be used by the X-Men, but he gave Magneto a warning that events would not turn out like Magneto hoped they would. Ulysses grabbed Magneto's hand and showed him a future in which the X-Men were at war, and Magneto chose to leave him behind.

(Captain America: Steve Rogers#6) - The heroes reeled after Ulysses' vision of Spider-Man killing Captain America.

(Squadron Supreme IV#12 (fb) - BTS) - Nighthawk (Raymond Kane) broke into New Attilan to question Ulysses.

(Squadron Supreme IV#12) - Ulysses showed Nighthawk a dangerous future.

(Civil War II#6) - In New Attilan, Ulysses was having a vision and non-responsive as Medusa, Triton, and Karnak checked on him.

(Civil War II#7) - Disoriented, Ulysses found himself in the alternate future of the Wastelands, where Old Man Logan killed one of the Hulks. Ulysses learned that the Inhumans had left the planet in this future, and that Iron Man had been responsible for this future desolation. Ulysses returned to the present and warned Medusa that Iron Man needed to be stopped.

(Civil War II#8) - As the conflict between the heroes escalated, Ulysses was non-responsive, his eyes glowing as his consciousness drifted across various futures. Ulysses showed Medusa, Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers), Nova (Sam Alexander), and Spider-Man (Miles Morales) views of various things to come, including Monsters Unleashed, X-Men vs. Inhumans, Secret Empire, attacks by Sentinels and Ultron, Loki and Thor battling, and others. Disoriented, Ulysses was shocked to see Eternity, who welcomed Ulysses to a higher plane of authority. Ulysses eagerly accepted the offer, and left mortality.

Comments: Created by Brian Michael Bendis, Jim Cheung, and John Dell.

Below are the various alternate futures that Ulysses predicted that were averted when he made predictions.

This profile was completed 5/11/2021, but its publication was delayed as it was intended for the Appendix 20th anniversary 's celebratory event.

Profile by Chadman.

Ulysses Cain has no known connections to:

Amy and Frosty Town

(Civil War II: Choosing Sides#6/1 (fb) - BTS)- In Point Pleasant, Ohio, Amy grew up her father, a cop, and made friends with Ulysses Cain in grade school. Years later, Ulysses and Amy made a pact to gather anything embarrassing the other had if one of them went missing. When Ulysses went missing in college, Amy rushed to his home and gathered pornography and other items to keep them hidden.

(Civil War II: Choosing Sides#6/1) - Amy, at her job at Frosty Town, got a visit from private investigator Jessica Jones, shown in by Amy's dad, and Amy showed her the stuff she'd hidden.

--Civil War II: Choosing Sides#6/1 ([6/1 (fb)], 6/1

Mr. and Mrs. Cain

(Civil War II: Choosing Sides#6/1 (fb) - BTS) - Ulysses Cain was born in Point Pleasant, Ohio, where his parents worked as tour guides at the birthplace of Ulysses S. Grant. They named their son after the president. Ulysses loved puppies and toads, and once wanted to start a campaign to save the toads being killed by cars on the road. The Cains took in many foster children over the years, some with medical issues that proved to be fatal. Ulysses had a friend named Amy from grade school on, and they made a pact to gather anything embarrassing the other had if one of them went missing. Ulysses later enrolled at Ohio State University, where he was an easy-going student, quiet and often barely noticed by anyone.

(Civil War II: Choosing Sides#6/1) - The Cains received a visit from private investigator Jessica Jones, who said she was looking for Ulysses on behalf of Tony Stark.

--Civil War II: Choosing Sides#6/1 ([6/1 (fb)], 6/1

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Civil War II#7, p2, pan1 (main)
Civil War II: Ulysses Infinite Comic#3, p10, pan1 (face)
Civil War II#8, p13, pan3 (with tendrils)
Civil War II: Choosing Sides#6, p8, pan5 (Amy)
Civil War II: Choosing Sides#6, p7, pan5 (Frosty Town)
Civil War II: Choosing Sides#6, p5, pan1 (Mr. and Mrs. Grant)

Free Comic Book Day 2016: Civil War II (May, 2016) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Jim Cheung (penciler), John Dell (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Civil War II#0 (July, 2016) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Olivier Coipel (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Ms. Marvel IV#7 (July, 2016) - G. Willow Wilson (writer), Adrian Alphona (artist), Sana Amanat (editor)
Civil War II#1-2 (August, 2016) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), David Marquez (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man#1 (August, 2016) - Christos Gage (writer), Travel Foreman (artist), Nick Lowe (editor)
Civil War II: Ulysses Infinite Comic#1-6 (August-September, 2016) - Al Ewing (writer), Jefte PAlo (artist), Darren Shan (editor)
Deadpool IV#14 (August, 2016) - Gerry Duggan (writer), Mike Hawthorne (penciler), Terry Pallot (inker), Jordan White (editor)
Ultimates II#8 (August, 2016) - Al Ewing (writer), Kenneth Rocafort (artist), Wil Moss (editor)
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. I#7 (September, 2016) - Marc Guggenheim (writer), German Peralta (artist), Katie Kubert (editor)
All-New Wolverine I#10 (September, 2016) - Tom Taylor (writer), Ig Guara (penciler), Bob Wiacek, Victor Olazaba (inkers), Mark PAniccia (editor)
Captain Marvel IX#7 (September, 2016) - Ruth Fletcher Gage, Christos Gage (writers), Marco Failla (artist), Sana Amanat (editor)
Civil War II#3 (September, 2016) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), David Marquez, Olivier Coipel (artists), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man#2 (September, 2016) - Christos Gage (writer), Travel Foreman (artist), Nick Lowe (editor)
Deadpool IV#15 (September, 2016) - Gerry Duggan (writer), Mike Hawthorne (penciler), Terry Pallot (inker), Jordan White (editor)
Squadron Supreme IV#9 (September, 2016) - James Robinson (writer), ACO (artist), Katie Kubert (editor)
Ultimates II#9 (September, 2016) - Al Ewing (writer), Djibril Morissette-Phan, Kenneth Rocafort (artists), Wil Moss (editor)
All-New, All-Different Avengers#13 (October, 2016) - Mark Waid (writer), Adam Kubert (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Captain Marvel IX#8 (October, 2016) - Christos Gage, Ruth Fletcher Gage (writers), Kris Anka (penciler), Andy Owens (inker), Sana Amanat (editor)
Civil War II: Choosing Sides#1/1 (August, 2016) - Declan Shalvey (writer/artist), Wil Moss (editor)
Civil War II: Choosing Sides#3/1 (September, 2016) - Ming Doyle (writer), Stephen Byrne (artist), Wil Moss (editor)
Civil War II: Choosing Sides#5/1 (October, 2016) - Chip Zdarsky (writer), Ramon Perez (artist), Wil Moss (editor)
Civil War II: Choosing Sides#5/2 (October, 2016) - Enrique Carron (writer), Annapaola Martello (artist), Chris Robinson (editor)
Civil War II: Choosing Sides#5/3 (October, 2016) - Declan Shalvey (writer/artist), Wil Moss (editor)
Civil War II: Choosing Sides#6/1 (November, 2016) - Charles Cain (writer), Alison Sampson (artist), Wil Moss (editor)
Power Man and Iron Fist III#7 (October, 2016) - David Walker (writer), Sanford Greene Flaviano Armentaro (artists), Jake Thomas (editor)
Spider-Man 2099 III#13 (October, 2016) - Peter David (writer), William Sliney (artist), Charles Beacham (editor)
Ultimates II#10 (October, 2016) - Al Ewing (writer), Kenneth Rocafort, Djibril Morissette-Phan (artists), Wil Moss(editor)
Uncanny Avengers III#13 (October, 2016) - Gerry Duggan (writer), Ryan Stegman (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Captain America: Steve Rogers#5 (November, 2016) - Nick Spencer (writer), Javier Pina (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Captain Marvel IX#9 (November, 2016) - Ruth Fletcher Gage, Christos Gage (writers), Thony Silas (artist), Sana Amanat (editor)
Civil War II#5 (November, 2016) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), David Marquez, Sean Izaakse (artists), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man#4 (November, 2016) - Christos Gage (writer), Travel Foreman (artist), Nick Lowe (editor)
Civil War II: X-Men#4 (November, 2016) - Cullen Bunn (writer), Andrea Broccardo (artist), Daniel Ketchum (editor)
Spider-Man II#8 (November, 2016) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Nico Leon (artist), Nick Lowe (editor)
Captain America: Steve Rogers#6 (December, 2016) - Nick Spencer (writer), Javier Pina (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Civil War II#6 (December, 2016) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), David Marquez (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Squadron Supreme IV#12 (December, 2016) - James Robinson (writer), Leonard Kirk (penciler), Paul Neary, Marc Deering (inkers), Katie Kubert (editor)
Civil War II#7 (January, 2017) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), David Marquez, Andrea Sorrentino (artists), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Civil War II#8 (February, 2017) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), David Marquez, Adam Kubert, Leinil Francis Yu, Daniel Acuna, Alan Davis, Marco Rudy, Mark Bagley, Esad Ribic (pencilers), Mark Farmer, John Dell (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)

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

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