Extraterrestrial Races & Planets

Aakon Captain Marvel #8 (1968) Milky Way race from planet Oorga; Kree enemies; allied with Shadow Consortium; humanoid yellow-skinned; identified members Aalbort, Aaron, Daakor, Ooru, Rambu, Why'rion.

A'askvarii Black Goliath #5 (1976) Milky Way race from O'erlantii; green-skinned semi-humanoid; identified members Derath'ath Machlan'n.

Acanti Uncanny X-Men #156 (1982) Immense space whales; enslaved and used as ships by Brood; identified member Prophet-Singer.

Achernonians Silver Surfer #12 (1988); (Earth-691) Thor Annual#6 (1977) Milky Way race from planet Achernon; purple-skinned humanoids; identified members Brahl of Earh-691.

Achians Daredevil #30 (2013) From "many parsecs away"; Masters of persuasion, known far and wide as "the Soulless Ones"; sentient lies who exist on the edge of perception, visible only when it suits their ends to be so; in their natural form, they are but the elusive shadows chased  fruitlessly by the corner of they eye; guileful manipulators who live to sow discord and malice on countless planets; identified member Ru'ach.

A-Chiltarian Tales to Astonish #46 (1963) Milky Way race from planet Achitar III, semi-humanoid purple grey furred with multi-faceted eyes; Earth scouting party built Cyclops robot; identified members Kraglin.

Aedians Silver Surfer #32 (1989) Telepathic humanoid race from planet Aedi.

Afrans Journey Into Unknown Worlds #42 (1956) Natives of Afra II; exist as non-corporeal mists, possess thought reading, mental illusion projection, possibly matter creation, and are highly resistant to temperature extremes. A (possibly alternate) Earth exploration arrived in search of life forms, but departed without recognizing the mists to be life forms, to the Afrans lamentation.

"Aldebara" Astonishing #47 (1956) Native to Aldebaran, Alpha Tauri system, Milky Way galaxy; space-faring race, mute, communicate through antenna on head; identified members: Luml and Xrtyl - traveled to Earth and befriended a farmer and his wife.

Algolians Marvel Tales #104 (December 1951) Native to Algolia; sentient robots with advanced technology, including warpdrive ships and the ability to transfer minds with others (or, at least, with humans). Tabor traveled to Earth and switched minds with Freddie Walker, who was taken, in Tabor's body back to Algolia and imprisoned in a mental institute for the mechanically insane for (Tabor's) desire to human.

Aliens US One#1 (1983); (identified) US One#5 (1983) Semi-humanoid intergalactic trading race; identified members Al, Cloyd, Gidney.

Alpha Centaurians Sub-Mariner #17 (1969) Milky Way race from Alpha Centauri; amphibious grey skinned with scales; identified members Dynorr the Stalker, Yennon.

Ama Silver Surfer: In Thy Name#1 (2008) native to Ama-Prime, rule the Ama Collective utopian union of races; identified members Ruqtar Koil, Empress

Amaru (planet) Silver Surfer #66 (1992) Referenced only; worshipped Mistress Love.

Amebid Incredible Hulk #92 (2006) Animal species from planet Sakaar; former sea-dwelling cephalopods; now able to fly due to their noxious waste gases.

Ancients Incredible Hulk #21 (2000) Left member on Earth to guard hybrid extraterrestrial corn.

Andromians Tales to Astonish #54 (1964) Conquered by Shann the Conqueror's race.

Andromidians Tales to Astonish #8 (1960) Several hundred feet tall; identified members Raaka (aka Mummex), who worked for Galactic Missing Persons Bureau.

Annunaki Silver Surfer #1 (2003); (identified) Silver Surfer #7 (2004) Saved youths of power from Earth from the upcoming destruction through Marduk; identified members Amnel.

Anthigorites Avengers #209 (1981) Identified member Krru held Resurrection Stone.

Anubians Marvel Preview #11 (1977) Presumably associated with Spartoi Empire; identified member Dinac

Aquanox (planet) Uncanny X-Men #391 (2001) Water covered planet with giant carnivorous fish.

Aquaticans Amazing Adventures #2 (1961) Aquatic humanoids; encountered Dr. Druid (Anthony Ludgate).

Aquion (planet) Fantastic Four #521 (2005) Planet with intelligent fish.

Archeopians Thor #162 (1969) First Galactus victims; semi-humanoid avians; identified members Ree.

Arcturans Adventures into Fear #21 (1974) Milky Way race from Arcturus IV; colonized by Fortique; half of population genetically engineered mutates; identified members Caretakers, Lord I.

Ardent Spring (planet) Starjammers #1 (1995) Shi'ar Empire planet; race destroyed by Uncreated.

Arena World (planet) Shadow Riders #3 (1993) Originally known as Sharin; former home of Vorin (and Goodfellow); natives slaughtered by Mys-Tech; Abadon possibly trapped there.

Ariguans Marvel Preview #4 (1976); (identified) Marvel Preview #11 (1977) Spartoi enemies; apparently took over R'Ralmis; identified members "Master of the Sun", R'Ruothk'ar

Aris Marvel Comics Presents #149 (1994) Diminutive humanoids from Ariston in Bianca IV star system of the Shi'ar Empire; planet protected by Della Gems powered force field; identified members Ariana, Jood'l.

Ark (name of ship) of Reality-791 Marvel Super Special #10 (1979) Immense spacecraft populated by an extraterrestrial race whose planet was destroyed in a meteor shower; identified members Aletha, "Noah," Dwellers of the Ark.

Arkano Nebula War of Kings: Ascension #1 (June, 2009)

Armechadonians Blackwulf #8 (1995) Race from Armechadon; identified members Blackwulf (Pelops), Blackwulf (Lucian), Hept-Supht, Id, Kulkulk, Talon, Tantalus, Underground.

Arquindae Incredible Hulk #92 (2006) Large, four-legged land animal from planet Sakaar; live in herds; domesticated by the Imperials.

Asikii Tales to Astonish #53 (1964) Conquered by Mingo.

Astrans Incredible Hulk #6 (1963) Milky Way race from planet Astra; semi-humanoid with four lungs and secretory glands on stomach; identified members Metal Master.

Astrosians Marvel Boy #2 (1951) Saramin used traveling planet Astros to bombard planets with meteors torn from Astros; attempted to conquer Earth, foiled by Marvel Boy (Grayson);

Autans Human Torch Comics #34 (1949) Cube-Men of the planet Autun; abducted Sun Girl and other humans; identified member Brain-Master.

Audience Silver Surfer #39 (1990) Dwelled on energy orb; lived off energy released from combat by others.

Autocrons Machine Man #3 (1978) Milky Way race from Cron; iron-based life forms; identified members Ten-For, Fabrikant, Ten-Thirtifor

Axi-Tun Giant-Size Fantastic Four #3 (1974) Ring Nebula, M-57 galaxy from planet Tun; fiercely xenophobic humanoids; identified members Alberik, Aldebron, Andrex, Dampyre, Donar, Four Horsemen of Apocalypse (Death, Famine, War, Pestilence), Froh, Hilda, Landar, Loga, Ramrog, Sidereus, Throk, Trantor, Votan.

Ba-Bani Avengers #219 (1982) Milky Way race from Ba-Banis; light yellow-skinned humanoids; briefly taken over by Moondragon.

Backworld Savage Sword of Conan #65 (1981) Primitive world to which a more technologically advanced race banished their mind-wiped criminals; identified inhabitants Axomeen, Bront, Brontnekkhar, Keelooah, Soreana.

Baconians Crazy Magazine #60 (1980) Semi-porcine humanoids dressing and behaving similar to people from Earth's prohibition era (circa 1930s); identified members "Pretty Boy" Pork, Piggo (cop) - briefly brought to Earth via warp caused by Dr. Frankenpayne's Gamma Ray Cavity Decoder; their energy blasts contributed to the mutation of Chester Weems into Teen Hulk; the cops took Frankenpayne back to Baconia with them; possibly not Reality-616

Badoon Silver Surfer #2 (1968) Milky Way race from planet Moord; monarchy; males and females live on seperate worlds; reptilian-humanoid with green skin and forked tongue; Earth-691 counterparts conquered Earth @ 3000 AD; identified members Brother Royal, Czar-Doon, the Directorate, Aladi Ko Eke, Kodor, L'Matto, Brother Manat, Morkai.

Baletine Ameboids Silver Surfer: In Thy Name#4 (2008) native to Brekknis?, fled the seeming approach of Galactus (actually an unidentified astral entity)

Banari Sub-Mariner #56 (1972) Amphibious race; males who traveled to earth were killed by Atlanteans when mistaken for invaders; many others were enslaved by the Fomalhauti; red-skinned, water breathing race; identified members Fraternus Prime, Tamara Rahn, Trieste.

Bandersnatch Power Pack #26 (1986) Pteradon-like creatures with long tongues and maroon skin; natives to Kymellia.

Barrach'an shovel-beast X-Men #107 (1977) Immense prognathic (apparent quadruped); form adopted by Imperial Guard's Hobgoblin/Shapeshifter.

Barodi Uncanny X-Men #358 (1998) Gray or green skinned semi-humanoids; smugglers, residents of city of Kuth on a trader's planet; formerly guarded a warp gate off the planet; slaughtered by the Chnitt

Basoogans Ultimate Silver Surfer (1995) Home world consumed by Galactus; identified member Junmant merged into cyborg Jajuga.
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Bastianites Silver Surfer #72 (1992) Natives of planet Bastian in Walker system; green hairless; slaughtered by Morg; planet devoured by Galactus; possessed Well of Life.

Beastmen Marvel Preview #18 (1979) From planet Redstone; creations of Quan-Zarr.

beast-men of Rus Thor #235 (1975) Possibly the original natives; spread across the planet after Tharnn inadvertently absorbed the entire population of scholars into his Runestaff.

Bedreddin (planet) Marvel Comics Presents #172 (1995) Home to Universal Cosa Nostrum; hired Lunatik to track down Lupal.

Ben'yr Federation of Reality-791 Marvel Preview #15 (1978) Interstellar federation of undetermined size that included the K'yndarii; at least the Matriarch appeared to be an avian-type being.

Betalgeuseans (Reality-59116) Tales to Astonish #6 (1959) Natives of Betalgeuse II, Betalgeuse system, Milky Way galaxy?; primitive humanoid but non-oxygen-breathing natives; planet rich in uranium, part of galactic human empire, ruled by xenophobic Darius Cartwright from within oxygen dome until it broke down, and the natives, forbidden to enter, did not fix it.

Betans Godzilla #12 (1978) Milky Way race from planet Beta; purple skinned with wings; use monstrous beings from other worlds for war against Megans; utilized Godzilla.

Betan race of Reality-7918  - race of reptilian humanoids (from "the Beta Sector") intent on conquering the universe; the humans from Earth (in the Alpha Sector) became directly involved when they attacked Earth’s Space Station Pearl on December 7, 1941 A.D. These Betans are red-skinned and lizard-like bipeds--What If? I#14 (1979)

Bidoceros Incredible Hulk #472 (1999) Distant galaxy; green, slug-like creatures; normally passive, driven insane by psionic feedback from Watcherworld; attacked it while Hulk and Qnax/Amphibion were meeting with a Watcher.

Bimmu (Reality-63157) Tales of Suspense #47 (1963) "Galaxy 6," planet Bimm; green, spotted skin; highly advanced technology with warp drives; in an unspecified future, they were at war with humanity; Athena was offered as a bride to an unidentified soldier in exchange for his turning off the tracking radar machine to allow their spies in.

Binary Beings Marvel Super-Heroes #385 (1982) One had mind (Brain-Carrier), other has body (Physique); encountered Captain Britain; designed similarly Binary robots; identified members Greigar Forr, "interrogator," "parrot-face", "pilot".

Blips Tales to Astonish #15 (1961) Electricity creatures; identified members Phzzzrrzztlzzzz, Shzzzllzzzthzz

Bl'lx Lunatik #1 Former home of Lunatik (interstellar mercenary)

Blurzz She-Hulk #7 (2004) Hyper accelerated bird creatures; transport ship crashed on Sloggo-Prime; rapidly had 83 generations and believed the crater valley to be their holy land; left when the Sloggs brought the issue to trial under She-Hulk.

Bovric Starlord#2 (1996) Presumably Reality-791; planet to which Starlord (Sinjin Quarrel) was station; formerly dominated by Lawgiver Harith Damyish; other residents include Newlin, Colonel Castonis, and Starkiln.

Brain Parasites Fantastic Four #227 (1981) Trilobite-like creatures; arrived on earth in meteor-like egg which was discovered by Dr. Gideon Carruthers; attached themselves to the neck of lifeforms on earth, transforming them into powerful, primitive and hostile versions of themselves; sought oil for sustenance; died within one hour of separation from host; many destroyed by Franklin Richards.

Breakworld Astonishing X-Men #6 (2004) Homeworld of warrior culture; destruction in future foreseen by Augurs at the hands of Earth mutant Colossus (Piotr Rasputin); planet saved by X-Men & Ord; identified members Aghanne, Augurs, Dafi, Kruun, Ord, Sylatin.

Brekk Silver Surfer: In Thy Name#1 (2008) native to Brekknis, part of the Ama Collective?; identified members: Tol-Wes

Brethren Avengers #334 (1991) Humanoid race evolved from bacteria on Omega Climion Six by Celestials; used by Celestials to purge planets they had judged unworthy to survive; abandoned @ 200,000 years ago; collected by Collector @ 3000 BC; transformed back into bacteria by Collector to ravage Earth; Sersi helped them to form Uni-Mind to defeat Collector; identified members Thane Ector, Sybil Dorn, Fool, Olar.

Brood Uncanny X-Men #155 (1982) Insectoid, winged race from Broodworld; Brood Queen injects eggs into living beings; hatche embryos metamorphoses its host's body into young Brood; enslaved Acanti at some point in the past; identified members Blindside, Brickbat, Brood Empress, Brood Imperiatrix, Hannah Conover, Dale, Devros, Dive-Bomber, Dzilos, Edwina, Firstborn, Fred, Haeg'rill, Hunt-Master, Kam'n'ehar, Tyrus Krill, Lockup, Nancy, Harry Palmer, Randy, Ruth, Skur'kil, Slave-Master, Spitball, T'Crilee, Temptress, Tension, Josey Thomas, Whiphand, Zen-Pram.

Brundlebuds Silver Surfer #1 (2014) Native to Brundlebus 3 in the Brundlebus nebula; micro-star/sun rekindled by Silver Surfer.

Burrowers Power Pack #23 (1986) Sentient furry creatures living in caverns of Snarkworld; identified members Cholly.

"Bwokkians" Annihilation: Ronan #1 (2006) Semi-humanoid race from Bwokk under Kree jurisdiction; attempt for peace between tribes ruined by Ronan the Accuser; identified members Homma, Lo-Kalla, Metz, Nonna, Qa-Kabar.

Byan'hantandu Cloak & Dagger #2 (1988) Ancient race that removes potentially dangerous objects from inferior races on their travel from galaxy to galaxy; use Grunds and Darbians as servants; abducted Cloak (Tyrone Johnson) and Old Man when they got in the middle of their quest for an object created by Franklin Richards; cloned Cloak.

Calishee Thor #419 (1990) Microscopic, replicated at extremely rapid rate, destroyed themselves with nuclear war

Calurnians Rom Annual #4 (1985) Feline humanoids of Calurnia; enslaved by Shi'ar; identified members Dr. Tyreseus (Liberator).

Canticlans Annihilation: Heralds of Galactus #2 (2007) Natives of Canticle 8; Kree ceded territory to Ravenous and the Centurions; Centurion slain by Firelord

Caraneri Silver Surfer #69 (1992) Home of Morg.

Carillon (planet) Marvel Preview #15 (1978) 4th planet in the Kyndar system, populated by the Kyndarii, destroyed and entire race exterminated by the Haalmhad.

Carina Prime Starlord #1 (1996) Ruling planet of the Carinian Cluster star system. base of the Probiti Training Institute.

Carmondians Captain Marvel #4 (1996) Humanoid, grey to pink skinned natives of Carmondy-4; worshipped Veeda Leebre, all but Jara committed suicide when Veeda was imprisoned by Godstalker; identified members Balb, Felfa, Jara.

Catspurians Death's Head #14 (1994) Humanoid race from a small mining planet with vast cybernetic knowledge; decimated by Cicatrice; identified members Heron, Noon.

Celestials Eternals #2 (1976) Enigmatic race of beings that serve the Fulcrum; frequently mutate and judge the worth of entire races; identified members Arishem, Ashema, Devron, Eson, Exitar, Gammenon, Gamriel, Hargen, Jemiah, Nezarr, One Above All, Oneg, Scathan (of Earth-691), Tefral, Tiamat, Ziran

Celestial Order Marvel Universe: The End #2 (2003) Entire race destroyed by Thanos; possessed in Reality-4321 the Heart of the Infinite; empowered Akhenaten.

Centaurans Mystery Tales #15 (1953) Residents of Centaurus; multiple tentacles and two antennae; able to levitate and create and/or transform with a thought.

Centaurans Tales of Suspense #45 (1963) Residents of Centaurus; mental abilities, orange skin, bald; advanced technology (including a time sphere), warp drive ships; live in a culture free of want or greed; one native traveled to Earth in 1963 and taught the greedy the folly of his ways.

Centauri-9's robot race Prelude to Deadpool Corps #5 (2010) Passed over by Contemplator in favor of the Deadpool Corps to deal with the threat of the Awareness.

Centaurians Annihilation: Prologue (2006); (Earth-691) Marvel Super-Heroes #18 (1969) Blue skinned humanoids from Centauri IV; worship unspecified gods; alternate future version (Earth-691) wiped out by Badoon; identified members Arris, Chanda, Samaya, Oola Udonta; Tachyon, Yondu Udonta (latter two of Earth-691)

Centurii Thor #258 (1977) Milky Way galaxy race from Centuri#6; light yellow-skinned humanoids; conquered by Bird of Prey; population sold into slavery throughout galaxy; identified member Gormok.

Chameleoids X-Men #107 (1977); (identified) Fantastic Four #51 (2002) Shapeshifting race within the Shi'ar galaxy; identified members Hobgoblin/Shapeshifter, Mistur.

Chaos Mites Marvel Comics Presents #172 (1995); (identified) Annihilation: Silver Surfer #3 (2006) Created by the Proemial God Diableri as his eyes and ears in the universe; purged by Proemial Gods Aegis and Tenebrous; identified member Skreet (only survivor).

Cherron (planet) Marvel Team-Up #115 (1982) Former home of Haifs and Haif-Nas; destroyed by Haif-Nas to end their oppression; identified members Dalia the Shape-Changer (of the Haif-Nas), Meru the Mind-Bender (of the Haifs).

Chitinauts War of Kings: Ascension #1 (June, 2009) Negative Zone insectoids, some served Catastrophus and were slain by Razor/Darkhawk

Chlorites X-Men: Watchers on the Walls (2006) Name for collection of certain types of aliens that live in symbiosis with chlorine gas-producing microbes that can infect others and destroy all non-Chlorite life on a planet; new home found on Chlorite-dominated Earth-62342. Races known to possess Chlorite populations include the Goora, Shuki (members Busa, Cal, Kussa), and Zann (member Seden Karm) races.

Chnitt Uncanny X-Men #358 (1998) Large, savage insectoid/arthropod-like creatures; razed the home planet of Karel; battled Bishop and Deathbird on a port planet.

Ch'reesharaa (planet) Captain Marvel #3 (1996) Planet on which Adam-X was raised; identified residents Jonath.
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Ch"rp (planet) X-Men: Spotlight on Starjammers #1 (1990) Home of insectoid race including the Hivehead and her drones.

Chr'ylites Uncanny X-Men #156 (1982) Shi'ar galaxy race from the planet Ch'yllalisa; insectoid, helicopter-like form; empathic abilities enable them to scan interior of organic bodies; identified member Sikorsky of the Starjammers.

Clavians Rom #71 (1985) Humanoid Milky Way race from planet Clavis; infiltrated by Dire Wraiths; attacked by Raak the Breaker.

Cluster Spider-Woman #7 (2000) Artificial race /produced by ships to other worlds to determine if they are weak enough to be conquered by unidentified creator race; can adapt form of those that they encounter; some can merge to form larger creatures or split into a number of smaller creatures; driven from Earth by Spider-Woman (Franklin).

Contrasepsis Fantastic Four #549 (2007) Purple humanoids able to survive in space without air; live in large swarm; attacked Oditopians and Fantastic Four.

Contraxians Spectacular Spider-Man #32 (1979); (identified) Jack of Hearts #1 (1984) Humanoid race with darker-hued left side; sought means to rekindle their sun's dying energies; sent natives to Earth posing as humans; identified members Codabac, "Marie Hart," Kaina ("Marcy Kane"), Priestess of the Sun, Smythe, Varga

Cotati Avengers #130 (1974) Kree galaxy race from Hala; intelligent, telepathic vegetation; nearly driven to extinction by Kree after being chosen victors in a contest by the Skrulls; planted on many inhabited worlds by Priests of Pama; relocated to Tamal.

Crab Nebula's Mad Folk Prelude to Deadpool Corps #5 (2010) Passed over by Contemplator in favor of the Deadpool Corps to deal with the threat of the Awareness. They were instead sought by the Grandmaster.

Critics Sensational She-Hulk #14 (1990) Branch of Watchers that critique events.

Cryptunians Fantastic Four Annual #27/2 (1994) Andromeda galaxy; destroyed by energies released during battle between the Molecule Man and Beyonder.

Crystalkhrits Silver Surfer: In Thy Name#4 (2008) native to Brekknis?, fled the seeming approach of Galactus (actually an unidentified astral entity)

Culth Gambit #23 (2000) Semi-humanoid race within the Shi'ar galaxy; had an orbital penitentiary; a former guard was imprisoned for cowardice in Shi'ar penal system and later on Earth; identified member Heth'sa.

Cutfrog Hulk Family #1: Green Genes (2009) Sakaar species; produces powerful venom used by Shadow Priests against Skaar.

Cybil Magna War of Kings #1 (2009) Kree planet; attacked by Shi'ar Fleet with Nega-Bombs

Cygnet VII (planet) Incredible Hulk Annual #12 (1983) Home planet of Proselytes.

Cygnorians Web of Spider-Man #25 (1987) Race of conquerors from Cygnorian; semi-reptilian humanoids; identified members Xanja.

Cynodd Gun Runner #1 (1993) Humanoid sorcerers; worship Syntropy; identified members Babet, Ballistik, Blitz, Laz-Fire, Payload, Shakata, Warcrime.

Cythani 93 War of Kings #3 (2009) Shi'ar planet on which the "Spirit of the Aerie" refueled.

Dakkamites Adventure into Fear #17 (1973); (Earth-6966) Silver Surfer #6 (1969) Humanoid race from planet Dakkam; nearly entire race exterminated when their sun went supernova; identified members Elect (Power Platoon), Hektu, Ninnox, Quantum, Soja, Tuumar, Wundarr (Aquarian), Zeneg.

Dance Solo Avengers #18 (1989) Ancient, insectoid race; manipulate events towards unknown pattern; extremely powerful, thin, red skin, tall.

Danebians Journey into Unknown Worlds #51 (1956) Natives of planet Daneb, Milky Way galaxy; highly advanced science, sterile society run by machines, emotionless people categorized and employed based on genetics; native sent to infiltrate Earth as Earl Tenley, elected to remain on Earth; other members: Faceless Ones

Darbian Fantastic Four #297 (1986) Large humanoids from Darbia; natives of two poles are constantly at war; some lobotomized and used by Byan'hantandu; identified members Blustur, Damos, Durbuur, Jagur, Jophurg, Myrrhot, Umbra.

Dargallan race Hulk #28 (2011)

Dark Ones X-Factor: Prisoner of Love (1990) Non-humanoid, shapeshifting race; sought to destroy all light; one destroyed on Earth by Synthia (belonged to the race of the Dark Ones ancient enemies) and Beast (Hank McCoy).

D'bari Avengers #4 (1964) Green skined race with dreadlock-like hair from the planet D'bari IV; most died when Phoenix consumed their star; identified members Bzztl, Gvyn, Tas'wzta, Vuk.

Death's Head Warguard Incredible Hulk #92 (2006) Cybernetic race; 300 units crashed on Sakaar; pledged allegiance to Angmo when after he killed their lead unit; later used by Red King (Angmo II) and later the Hulk (Bruce Banner).

Deltonians Tales to Astonish #53 (1964) Humanoid race conquered by Mingo; rebelled with aid of Colossus; identified member Vikor.

demon shrikes World War Hulk: Front Line #4 (2007) Creature from Sakaar; tore a lion apart in 9 seconds during Warbound's occupation of Manhattan.

Denak IV (planet) Marvel Comics Presents #1 (1988) Home planet of Asteroid Eaters.

Dendurian Carnosaurs Cosmic Powers Unlimited #3 (1995) Reptilian race; two worked for Jakar.

Deonists Thor #261 (1977) Milky Way race from planet Deo; thin, white-skinned humanoids; worshipped god-like being who erected immense wall to protect them from extraterrestrial armada; after the god-like being died they sought other god-like beings to imprison and use as power sources; identified members K'Rill, N'Gil.

Derumek X-Men Legacy #222 (2009)

Dethians Tales of Suspense #8 (1960) Planet Deth; green skin, metamorphs; the spy Ozak was sent to Earth to sow discord, but was discovered and imprisoned.

Diascar X-Men: Watchers on the Wall (2006) Came to Earth seeking to eliminate the Chlorites present there.

Dire Wraiths Rom #1 (1979) Sorcerous Skrull offshoot from Wraithworld in the Dark Nebula; fled from Skrull Deviants 200 years ago; Earth invasion stopped when Wraithworld was destroyed; identified members Avoe, Baran, Dr. Dredd, Gorton, Kaaris'a, Kattan-Tu, Marag-Tu, Piper of Peril, Volx, Wenden

Disradi Guardians of the Galaxy II#13 (2009)/War of Kings #1 (2009) Kree planet destroyed by Shi'ar Nega Bomb, opening a fault in space.

Djaigon She-Hulk #3 (2006) Skrulls attempted to impersonate the Djaigon prince on his coronation day.

Doctopoids Marvel Comics Presents #1 (2007) Ancient soulless machine with multiple advanced degrees; enemies of the Galactic Alliance of Spider-Man; created the Tentaclones.

Draconian Century: Distant Sons (1996) Semi-reptilian green or blue skinned race; identified member Skarla.

Dragon-Men Marvel Mystery Comics #8 (1940) Milky Way race from planet Ligra; yellow & green-skinned creatures; enemies of the Lion-People; identified members King Jago, Zoor.

Drammoth Incredible Hulk #92 (2006) Giant four-legged lizards from planet Sakaar; native to the Mawkaw and Maga mountain ranges.

Dr'azim Deadpool #23 (1998) Green skinned humanoid race with antennae; worshipped S'meth'kth, who brainwashed them.

Drenx (seen) Astonishing X-Men #10; (identified?) Astonishing X-Men#57 (2013) Red-skinned telepaths. identified member Sydren

Dreollnians Defenders #150 (1985) Green-skinned, star-faring race; identified members Princess Ilse Pterigil (Star-Thief, Sir Kaltenborn de Register-Cambric.

Drog Cosmic Powers Unlimited #3 (1995) Eat virtually everything; produce immense amounts of methane gas.

Drones Shogun Warriors #9 (1979) Robot or cybernetic race; part of the Charter; forced to serve Maur-Konn; powered Megatron; identified members Drone-X, Men in Black.

Druffs Fantastic Four #37 (1965) Andromeda galaxy race from planet Ryas; small pink fuzzy creatures; replicate when strike each other; worshipped Blessed-of-Litters.

Dwellers of the Ark Marvel Super Special #10 (1979) Planet destroyed in a meteor shower, populated Immense spacecraft; advanced technology, possible telepathy and illusion-casting (possibly technological derived); identified members Aletha, "Noah."

Elan Fantastic Four #21 (1963) Milky Way race from the planet Elanis; 10' tall, green-skinned with multi-faceted eyes; virtually limitless psionic energy they projected from antennae; can rearrange, attract and repel matter; many killed by Star Stalker (Biawak); identified member Infant Terrible.

Eleha'al Incredible Hulk #95 (2006) Plant from Sakaar; grew from spot where the Hulk's blood was spilled.

Elowan Silver Surfer Annual #3 (1990) Yellow-skinned semi-humanoids; many killed by Garnok Rebbahn.

Energy Creatures of Erdile Avengers #174 (1978) Agents and prisoners of Collector; possibly related to Blips.

Enslavers Silver Surfer: The Enslavers Graphic Novel (1990) Enslaved other races after leaving their dying world; identified members Kalldin-Zo, Mrrungo-Mu, Tnneya.

Entemen Avengers Spotlight #25 (1989); (Earth-691) Marvel Presents #5 (1976) Octopoid humanoids; identified member Mr. Slech (Earth-691)

Eopians Dark Guard #1 (1993) Citizens of planet Eopia in the Albedo Crux Cluster; civil war between the factions of Egaliterns and Technarchy perpetuated by Mys-Tech to harness death scream to pay off Mephisto.

Epsiloni Captain America Annual #3 (1976) Milky Way race from planet Ravager; virtually indestructible; parasitically drained life energy from others to become vastly powerful; most destroyed by Hunter robots; identified member Threkker.

Ergon Thor #259 (1977) Milky Way race from planet Ergonar; semi-humanoid with red skin and super strength; identified members Glaktu, Sklarr.

Eternals of Eyung Fantastic Four #115 (1971) aka Eternians; warrior race; virtually all destroyed in battle against Gigantians; transferred collective power into Over-Mind (Grom); identified member Grom.

Etherays Silver Surfer: In Thy Name#4 (2008) native to Brekknis?, fled the seeming approach of Galactus (actually an unidentified astral entity)

Ethereals Stormbreaker: The Saga of Beta Ray Bill #1 (2005) Some of the first particles of the universe; adopted a noncorporeal civilization; most destroyed by Annihilation Wave; surviving strangepac fed to Galactus by Stardust (Lambda-Zero); identified members Hadria, J/Psi, Lambda-Zero, Tau.

Fear-Eaters Marvel Comics Presents #1 (1988) Insectoid offspring of the Fear-Lord Kkallakku; generate and feed off of fear of others.

Feh-Nen War of Kings #1 (2009) Kree planet; attacked by Shi'ar Fleet with Nega-Bombs

Fernusians Tales of Suspense #51 (1964) Planet Fernius (likely in the Milky Way); sentient plants with great psychic powers, controlled humanoid natives, sought to conquer another world; a native traveled to Earth but was rendered brain damaged by a crow.

Fianden Astonishing X-Men#57 (2013) Race of artists, exterminated by the Shi'ar over a millennium ago due to fear of their ability to affect the Shi'ar with their art.

Finger Worms Silver Surfer: In Thy Name#4 (2008) native to Brekknis?, fled the seeming approach of Galactus (actually an unidentified astral entity)

Flb'Dbi Fantastic Four #221 (1980) Milky Way race from the planet Jhb'btt; had advanced technology; quadripeds possessing an extended lifespan and telepathy; some trapped on Earth for half million years when Earth's polarity changed; identified member Primus.

Flock Uncanny X-Men #166 (1983) Miniature, fire-breathing dragons; targeted by the Brood; known member Lockheed, who was exiled by them for abandoning them.

Fomalhauti Thor I#256 (1977); (Earth-691) Giant-Size Defenders#3 (1975) Milky Way race from planet Pumor; amoeba-like, single eyed, amphibious, communicate telepathically, form pseudopodia; conquered and enslaved the Banari; identified members Dumog (Earth-691), Figillulli, Sporr, Xlyym.

Fonabi Fantastic Four #269 (1990) Semi-humanoid Milky Way race; one native was originally believed to have been contained within Terminus, but was later revealed to be the Deviant Jorro.

Fortisquians Adventures into Fear #21 (1974); (identified) Comet Man #1 (1987) Humanoid creations of the Beyonders; acted as as their agents and traveled long distances by teleportation; disguised ships as comets for local transport; identified members Caretakers, Daemond, Max

Froma Tales of Suspense #68 (1965) Milky Way race from planet Chize; large green humanoids that can levitate; identified members Cazon, Colby, Edam, Gouda, Havarti, Tangers cartel

Galadorians Rom #1 (1979) Humanoid race from planet Galador; technologically advanced; apparently exist under different rate of time than Earth; created Spaceknights (first generation) to combat invasion by the Dire Wraiths @ 200 years ago; later virtually exterminated by Spaceknights (second generation); repopulated by Rom and Brandy Clark; identified members Arianne, Baldar, Dann, Gaspar, Janoth Kel, Rom, Ray-Na, Spaceknights, Talo, Veleng-Than.

Galanans Death's Head & the Origin of Die-Cut#1 (1993) Humanoid race from Galanus; fight war against cyborg race; identified member Die-Cut.

Garai (planet) Darkhawk #40 (1994) Inhabited by yellow-skinned, semi-humanoid race; saved from decaying Fraternity of Raptors amulet.

Gegku (Earth-829) Hercules: Prince of Power #2 (1982) Andromeda galaxy race; reptilian semi-humanoids; identified member Count Ignwanus.

Genespawn Bloodseed #1 (1993) Created by Gene-Corp on an unidentified planet; given false memories of their lives as rulers and/or conquerors; intended to fight to the death to determine the greatest representative; the title Bloodseed refers to the champion of the battle to the death of all the Genespawn; identified members Ellissya, Lysander, Nepenthe.

Gevaltu (planet) Dr. Strange #79 (1986) Home planet of semi-humanoid race; identified inhabitants Orc, Urthona.

Gh'runji Marvel Two-in-One #98 (1983) Non-humanoid race from planet G'hrunji; sixty feet tall, giant creatures; consume all matter and energy in their paths; require a specific machine as a power source; send Gobble drones to fight off attackers; identified members Gh'runji Gobbler

Gigantans Fantastic Four #115 (1971) Humanoid race from planet Gigantus; destroyed when planet was wiped out by Eternals of Eyung; created collective being to oppose Over-Mind, which was destroyed by Stranger, who took up its mission.

Glx Incredible Hulk #182 (1974) Milky Way race from planet Glxx; semi-humanoid, silicon based; subsist by eating metal; empowered Hammer & Anvil; identified member Chlee, Chlreee.

Godthab Omega (planet) Annihilation: Ronan #1 (2006) Kree territory, sought by Glorian as a place on which to build a world to demonstrate his power; numerous beings of power were subconsciously summoned there including Astronomer, Cerise, Champion, Contemplator, Devos, Eradica and a portion of the Annihilation wave, Gamora, Glorian, Grandmaster, Gun Runner, Judicator, Korath, Kree Starforce, Nebula, Quantum, RunnerTana Nile, Ronan, Spirit, Stellaris, TalosZarek

Golgotha X-Men #166 (2005) Immense alien creatures that caused madness; two encountered by X-Men, who later averted invasion by 162 Golgotha from space.

Goora X-Men: Watchers on the Walls (2006) Milky Way galaxy; partially or completely composed of Chlorites7' tall, possessed orange hair and teal-blue scales, and a second pair of arms

Grad Nan Holt X-Men Legacy #250 (2011); (identified) X-Men Legacy #254 (2011) Insectoid race, had uprising against the Shi'ar, battled by Starjammers.

Gramosians Thor #208 (1973) Milky Way race from planet Gramos; blue-black humanoids; discharge energy through hands; years ago Gramos' magnetic polarity changed, admitting radiation from space which caused mass insanity and death; normality was restored by the debris of Xorr the God-Jewel; identified members Kalnab, Mercurio, Xalnor.

G'rang Beast Annihilation: Super-Skrull #3 (2006) Creature from Skrull planet; one slaughtered by Sarnogg as part of his hunting rites.

Great Devil Corker Incredible Hulk #92 (2006) Giant predators from planet Sakaar; possess four pairs of segmented legs; one pair are pincer-like.

Grosgumbeekians Quasar #47 (1993) Milky Way race from planet Grosgumbeek; extremely fast quadrupeds; identified members Duntumbla, Huyenneyuh, Startanoius.

Gruarg race Astonishing X-Men#53 (2012) Two-stomached extraterrestrial creature referenced by the Shi'ar Warbird

Gruban race (Reality-53283) Astonishing #28 (1953) Planet Gruba, "Outer Galaxy"; large, rough, green skin; advanced technology, warp drive ships, tornado-like "air cannons," possibly able to adopt human form?; destroyed Earth in Reality-53283

Grund Cloak & Dagger #2 (1988); (Earth-691) Thor Annual#6 (1977) Milky Way race from planet Grundor; dimunitive, yellow-skinned race with antennae; some used as agents by Byan'Hantandu; identified members Gromitz, Grott (Earth-691), Grundane.

Guna Tales of Suspense #55 (1964) Andromeda galaxy race from planet Gunava; green-skinned reptilian humanoids, hands and feet adapted for digging; in danger of extinction due to dwindling of their sun; planned to steal Earth's sun, but tricked into discussing plans while ship sank to marsh; identified member Xakku.

Haab Sub-Mariner #56 (1972) Amphibious race with limited intellect from Banari homeworld; allies/servants of the Banari; later conquered by the Fomalhauti.

Haalmhad of Reality-791 Marvel Preview #15 (1978) Based in immense mothership; slaughter other races to survive; destroyed Carillon and prepared to slaugter the remaining K'yndarii on Cymoril; neutralized by Star-Lord before they could destroy Cymoril; identified members Bret, Cain, Cass, Harli, Jahl, Jarl, Korda, Panshin, Stanchek, Verdi.

Halfworld Incredible Hulk #271 (1982) Prisonworld

Harborage Minor Annihilation: Silver Surfer #4 (2006) Unaffiliated colony world.

Haski 346 War of Kings #2 (2009) Gas giant

Heptarchy X-Men #198 (2007) Wiped out by Shi'ar and minds absorbed into Hecatomb.

Herms Incredible Hulk #136 (1971) Andromeda Galaxy race; large energy creatures; absorb all manner of electromagnetic energy for sustenance; travel through space; identified member Klaatu.

Hibers Rom #67 (1985) Milky Way race from planet Hiberlac; humanoid that spend majority of life in suspended animation; except for brief seconds when sunlight makes planet hospitable.

Hill People Journey into Mystery #68 (1961) Space travelling energy spores that animate and control rocks around them; could form duplicates of themselves; identified members Spragg.

H'mojen race Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four #1 (2007) merge with other races, eventually burn them out; did this with natives of Hemyclos 10 and invaded Earth before being merged with Poppupians as an apparently permanent solution; use the Triax as weapons/warriors; identified members: Imperator/Ilgych, Imperator/predecessor

Hodinn New X-Men #124 (2002) Race consisting of living solar plasma within the Shi'ar Galaxy; identified members G-Type of the Imperial Guard; the Hodinn of the Praetorians.

Hodomur Force Works #1 (1994) Race exterminated by the Scatter; created composite Hodomur Century to hunt down Scatter; home planet destroyed only the moon Memoriam still exists.

Holmrig Starlord#2 (1997) Presumably Reality-791; planet in the Crynburg Pelago (presumably Milky Way galaxy); base of the Iforani

Honchi She-Hulk #7 (2004) Red-skinned, tailed race with the ability to segment and divide; Emperor and Empress had debate arbitrated over which religion their son would practice; She-Hulk tried Solomon's solution which would have slain the son if he had not had the ability to segment and divide; identified members Emperor & Empress Mekra.

Horusians Incredible Hulk #145 (1971) Milky Way race from planet Horus IV; brown or yellow-skinned humanoids; used machines to simulate psionic powers and disguise themselves as native gods of whatever planet they visit in order to inspire awe; on Earth wore masks to appear as gods of Heliopolis; identified members Duamutef, Imset, Neferthamen, Qebehsenuf.

Hreytion race Hulk #28 (2011)

Hujah Avengers Annual #7 (1977) Milky Way race from planet Huj; serpentine race with tribal society; some served Thanos aboard Sanctuary.

Hyginians Web of Spider-Man #25 (1987) Time traveling race from planet Hyginus II; orange-skinned; identified member Vaalu.

Hyssta Captain Marvel #0 (1999) Some allegedly dwelled on Earth during the age of the dinosaurs; giant serpentine creatures with great strength and durability; spit corrosive venom; identified members Captain Marvel (father), Captain Marvel (son).

Ice Whales She-Hulk #10 (2005) Gray sub-species extinct; fate of other sub-species unrevealed.

Idoidea Swarm Collective Incredible Hulk #118 (1969) Worshipped Ceffyad the Righteous.

Idylicans Journey into Mystery #101 From the planet Idylica; moved to Vulcanus to avoid war with Vulcanians.

Illerans Captain Marvel #13 (2003) From the planet Illera; liberated Kahafans from the Badoon, but then became the subject of terrorist attacks by the Kahafans when they refused to leave; saved from Burstaar by Captain Marvel (Genis-Vell), who then took them over to prove a point to them, and then sent Burstaar back after them when they failed to get the point; identified members Morkai, Pop.

Imperials Incredible Hulk #92 (2006) Pink-skinned ruling race of Sakaar; most slain in warp core explosion of SHIELD ship; remainder joined Hulk's Warbound; identified members Angmo, Arkash, Arkis, Charr, Denebo, Denbo, Elloe Kaifi, Ronan Kaifi, Sharn, Lavin Skee, Primus Vand, Vandro.

Impericon Silver Surfer #1 (2014) Immense resort, watched over by Zed and his Gatekeepers, formerly hidden from Galactus and his heralds; aka "the Impossible Palace"

Inciters X-Men Unlimited #13 (1996) Collective intelligence in immense skull-shaped ship; consumed souls of Zenn-La.

Interdites Warlock #15 (1976) Milky Way race from planet Interdis; pale blue-skinned semi-humanoids with extended ears and precognitive and other psionic powers; civilization demolished by Badoon; surviving Interdites turned to mysticism and live like hermits scattered galaxy-wide; identified members Klarion, Wayopex.

Iolians Starlord #1 (1996) Natives of Iolium in Carinian Cluster; possibly part of a larger Carinian race; identified members Merimarth Quarrell, Sinjin Quarrell (Starlord), Sinnidru Quarrell.

Iota Orionis World of Fantasy #18 (1959) Cephalopod or amoeboid natives; considered the best mathematicians in the universe; natives could levitate and dematerialize.

Izumbardi Realm of Kings: Imperial Guard #1 (2010) Planet Izumbard; worked for centuries to create warships for the Shi'ar; independence rebellion thwarted by Imperial Guard.

Hedzek race Hulk #34 (2011)

Ja (planet) X-Men Unlimited #32 (2001) Inhabitants were enemies of Whurl; Princess Tallibone conspired with Whurl against Ja; identified members Hurlabra, Tallibone.

Jackstar 9 Silver Surfer #1 (2014) ; identified member Battlejack

Jalexians Captain Marvel #1 (1995) Green-skinned race.

Jir-Pon War of Kings #1 (2009) Kree planet; attacked by Shi'ar Fleet with Nega-Bombs.

Jorken Strong Guy Reborn #1 (1997) Green-skinned, reptilian race; enemies of Kron race; kidnapped Lila Cheney; identified member Tyno.

Judan Strange Tales #180 (1975) Milky Way race from planet Dyofor; immense green heads with four arms on side; reproduce asexually; identified member Kray-Tor.

Kahafans Captain Marvel #13 (2003) Race from Kahafa; liberated from Badoon by the Illerans, but then resented them when they refused to leave.

Kaheshans Darkhawk #46 (1994) From planet Kahesha; crystal from Kahesha healed Darkhawk (Chris Powell) and empowered Meta-Humes.

Kaiphas Nova #26 (2009) Planet, destroyed by Nega-Bomb.

Kairobi Micronauts Annual #2 (1980) Microverse, presumably native to Kaliklak; Bug noted that the air in Manhattan smelled like rotten Kairobi eggs.

Kakarantharans Strange Tales #89 (1961) Giant dragons from Kakaranthara aka Maklu IV; in the twenty-third declinatino of Greater Megallanic Cloud; could fly, alter form and increased in size significantly as they aged; created rings used by Mandarin; developed culture based on peaceful science and arts; Dragon Lords left the planet in search of conquest; a group assaulted Camelot, but were driven of by time-traveling Excalibur; identified members Dragon Lords (Axon-Karr, Fin Fang Foom, Chen Hsu, Chi Wan, Wu Pong).

Kallusians Avengers #14 (1965) Humanoid Andromeda galaxy race from planet Kallu; defeated after centuries-long war with Yirbek; temporary refuge in Earth's arctic; discovered and left to meet Yirbek in a distant section of the galaxy; recently massacred and taken over by the Yirbek; identified members Ogor, Dr. Svenson imposter.

Kamado Quasar #26 (1991); (Reality-8394) Defenders #124 (1983) Semi-humanoid race from planet Mikkaz; destroyed Earth in alternate future (these events were later claimed to ba hoax by the Living Tribunal); identified members Ch'kra, Ch'kri, Denzile, Mox, Seminekk, T'Voor, Xeotpik, Zimm (all reality-8394).

Karidians Silver Surfer #103 (1995) Semi-humanoid race from planet Karidian; sun saved by Silver Surfer; temporarily enslaved by Coalition Fleet; live in peaceful utopia with advanced technology; have heavily armed soldiers ready for defense; identified members Arista, Bounty.

Karnosians Warheads #8 (1993) From planet Karnos; merged being later released by Bysshe.

Kawa (Earth-829) Hercules: Prince of Power #3 (1982) Andromeda galaxy race from planet Kawa; reptilian bipeds; worshipped Galactus, who consumed Kawa; located worlds for him to consume; identified members Doowish, Skagg.

Kegger 24-7 Deadpool #34 (2011) Party planet; it and its residents were destroyed and consumed by Id. inhabitants (Keggers?) appeared to have pink or light red skin, with a prominent crest/fin atop their heads and continuing towards their upper back. They had pointed ears, two fingers and a thumb on each hand, and two toes on each foot, extending from a limb with a digitigrade stance, including a prominent tarsal or hock joint, like a dog.

Kehilla Marvel Comics Presents #93 (1991) Semi-humanoid, purple-skinned race; homeworld ("Kehil") consumed by Galactus; small group escaped into space; leader Kastyx went mad and tried to kill all Kehilla by sending them into a black hole; Nova helped them relocate to another planet; identified members Kamyr, Kastyx, Kasema, Kathar.

Kei (planet) Darkhawk #40 (1994) Inhabited by reptilian semi-humanoids; saved from decaying Fraternity of Raptors amulet; identified member Gavril.

Keloyzn Spaceknights #4 (2001) Lion-like race with fierce warriors, poets and musicians; former allies of Galador; turned against them when attacked by Wraithknights; identified member Biandu.

Kharta'een Silver Surfer #65 (1992) Race with their own empire; identified member Alaisa Ruantha Pethnan.

Kh'thon X-Men: The Return (2006) Claimed to have ruled Earth in the distant past, sought to reclaim it in recent years.

Kigor Tales of Suspense #14 (1961) Crab-like race able to merge with and animate inanimate objects; first animated It the Living Colossus.

Klangians Tales to Astonish #47 (1963) Powerful conquerors; left Earth unmolested after scout Sagar's ship sank into quicksand on Earth and he could not report to his superiors; identified members Ba-Korr, Sagar.

K'Lanti X-Factor #110 (1995) Pursued Lila Cheney for Harmonic Clock.

Klklk Incredible Hulk #273 (1982) Milky Way race from planet La'kll in Tl'blk star system; insect-like beings;attempted to give advanced farming techniques to Earth; fought off by Hulk who misunderstood their intentions; identified member Ba't'll.

Klulez Home Depot Safety Heroes (2005) Pink-skinned, four-armed race with spikes on head from planet Klulez; developed robots to do their building and fixing; began to be injured when robots broke down; abducted humans from Earth to do their work; plot foiled by Spider-Man (Peter Parker).

Kodabak Avengers Annual #7 (1977) Milky Way race from planet Kodaba; humanoid porcine with multi-faceted eyes; some served Thanos.

Komok Tales to Astonish #27 (1962) Planet Komok; 100' tall highly durable warriors conquered whole worlds on their own; believing themselves infallible after numerous worlds fell to them, they vowed that each Komok would abandon their conquered worlds and return home if a single Komok ever failed in his mission, which happened when Mopox eventually died of loneliness after he could not appreciate the living rocks on an unidentified planet as the life signs registered.

Kon-Shor War of Kings #4 (2009) Kree planet on which Imperial Guard fought Chorus Sentries

Kon-Tar Realm of Kings: Inhumans #1 (2010) Kree Empire; Ikarys of the Inhumans was appointed consul.

Korbinites Thor #337 (1983) Race from planet Korbin; inhabited peaceful empire of planets which were destroyed by Surtur; many survived in spacecraft; later slaughtered by Axi-Tun; survivors made home on New Korbin, but were eventually killed; souls transferred into Meta-Orb and consumed by Asteroth; identified members Beta Ray Bill, Dar Mal Goth, Jeter Kar Toon, Myra Lee Sal, Rogotta, Rok Wit Mike, Salla, Sheo-'re, Ven.

Krango (planet) Tales of Suspense #30 (1962) Planet outside of (or deep within?) Milky Way galaxy; inhabited by conqueror race ("Krangroians") with vast empire; creature sent to Earth to capture humans; got frustrated by inability to break their wills, but captives turned out to be statues, of which the aliens were unaware.

Kree Fantastic Four #65 (1966) Greater Magellanic Cloud race from planet Hala; pink (hybrids) and blue (pure blooded) skinned humanoids; ancient enemies of the Skrulls; governed by Supreme Intelligence, who engineered Nega-Bomb detonation on Hala to jumpstart evolution of the Kree; process sped up by Forever Crystal, which temporarily gave the Kree the ability to evolve themselves to whatever abilities they needed; posed as Ruul; eventually got stuck in an evolutionary deadend again; identified members see here, here or All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z Hardcover#6.

Krellians Marvel Collector's Edition #1 (1992) Natives of Krell; worshipped Dakar and Ceeara; at war with silicon hosts (robots of their own creation); identified members Light Raiders including Alas Longrun.

Kresh Silver Surfer #61 (1992) Advanced technological humanoid race at war with the Scalleun; nearly all slaughtered by the Scalleun; identified members Janus, Jude, Shaara.

Krill Amazing Adult Fantasy #8 (1962) Green-skinned, semi-humanoid race from the planet Krill in the "Ninth Galaxy"; invaded a radar base in Northern Canada.

Krillians X-Man #62 (2000) Race under Shi'ar domain; many served in work prison until Nate Grey notified Lilandra of their conditions; identified members Grun, Marchalla, Urch.

K'rithians Marvel Two-in-One #98 (1983) 8' tall, green-skinned pacifists from planet K'rith; assaulted by G'hrunji Gobbler; summoned Thing, Franklin Richards and Dr. Giles Niven stop the Gobbler; identified member Sharilla.

Krogarrians Tales to Astonish #25 (1961) 10' tall, superhumanly strong semi-humanoids from Krogarr, advanced technology; guards ride giant bird-creatures, and people participate in gladiatorial combat; conquered another planet in their star system, but unable to travel outside system; a scientist (the "Creature from Krogarr") developed a teleportation device accessing humans via televisions on Earth, but was perceived as a failure and killed, and his teleporter destroyed by the warlord when the human vanished after his power was cut off for not paying his bills.

Kron Strong Guy Reborn #1 (1997) Yellow-skinned race with mohawk; enemies of Jorken race; identified member Ulek.

Kronans Journey into Mystery #83 (1962) Milky Way race from planet Ria in Krona star system; aka Stone Men from Saturn; large silicon-based semi-humanoids with thick, virtually impenetrable hides; technologically advanced, imperialistic race; identified members Ahna, Gorr, Korg, Margus, O-Korg, Zardok.

Krook Deadpool Corps #7 (2010) Kagan 7?; Deadpool Corps hired by Omega Confederation of Planets to quell a rebellion, but the Corps joined up with the Krook instead; identified members: Princess Teela Arrano’goom Valla Astralla Coldassian, Cronk, King Krook

Krugreppeans Defenders #150 (1983) Star removed by Star Thief; survivors helped Defenders against Star Thief.

Kryihd race Hulk #28 (2011)

Krumbo Tales to Astonish #33 (1962) Planet Krumbo; metamorphs, advanced technology, warp drive ships; a native infiltrated Earth as Professor Blank, but forgot his true identity and worked at a university where he taught that life existed on other worlds until he was captured by other Krumbo who revealed his true nature.

Krylorians Incredible Hulk #269 (1982); (Earth-7711) Rampaging Hulk #1 (1977) Technologically advanced race from the planet Krylor; two-toed, two-fingered race evolved from birds; population obsessed with escapist movie-like fantasies of techno-art films; most died with destruction of Krylor by Ego; identified members Bartos, Bereet.

Krystillans of Reality-829 Hercules: Twilight of a God #3 (2010) Destroyed by Galactus black hole; natives include J'Nel, K'Tel, Leri.

Kryzote Death's Head II#1 (1992) Utilized at Tyler's World; many worked as mercenaries; unable to stop either Death's Head (FPA) or the Minion cyborg from breaking in.

Kt'kn Astonishing Tales #2 (1970) Milky Way race from planet Kn'kn; insectoids with smooth round bodies with six short legs; secrete paralyzing nerve toxins from claws; communicate telepathically; technologically advanced; identified member Faceless One.

Kymellians Power Pack #1 (1984) Equine-humanoid race; some gifted with paranormal abilities; identified members Force Four (Firemane, Ghostmare, Teamleader, Thunderhoof), Kareen, Krenok One, Fayrelyte Strongheart, Technocrat, Aelfyre Whitemane, Byrel Whitemane, Kofi Whitemane, Onomi Whitemane, Yrik Whitemane.

Kyjaelians Ultimate Silver Surfer (1995) Home world consumed by Galactus; blue reptilian race; identified member Jarelg merged into cyborg Jajuga.

K'yndarii of Reality-791 Marvel Preview #15 (1978) Race from planet Cymoril (and formerly Carillon); joined the Ben'yr Federation; saved from slaughter of Haalmhad by Star-Lord and Ship; identified members Baku, GerinShari.

Lanlak Fantastic Four #211 (1979) Semi-humanoid Milky Way race from the moon Birj orbiting a gas giant; primitive technology; identified members Mishna, Tyros (Terrax the Tamer).

"Last" Force Works #2 (1994) Slaughtered by the Scatter; remainder kept alive to serve as their larder.

Laxidazians Strange Tales #179 (1975) Milky Way race from planet Laxidazia; alcoholic, mutagenic beverage gives them troll-like appearance; identified members Pip, Skunge.

Lem Shogun Warriors #19 (1980) Milky Way race from planet Lemista; semi-serpentine lower body with red skin; identified members Sh'Bleen, Krugarr, Number One.

Levians Thor #256 (1977) Milky Way race from planet Levia; blue-skinned semi-humanoids; fraction of population sent aboard startop to avoid immense destruction of planet after depleting it of magma and resources; survivors continued their wasteful ways and now live at a primitive level aboard their ship--the Levianon; identified members Cherise, Darnak, Relstor, Sharman.

Lion-People Marvel Mystery Comics #8 (1940) Milky Way race from planet Ligra in the Mandahl system; enemies of the Dragon-Men; identified members Queen Nara.

Lithodia Rexians Tales to Astonish #5 (1959) Giant stone-like race from Lithodia Rex; four natives inhabited Easter Island with intend of eventually conquering Earth.

Lorq Marvel Preview #14 (1978) Targeted the planet Ferrol and sought to kill Trinity-that-is-One; blasted Ship out of the sky; fleet crippled by Star-Lord; identified members D'Reel, Judba'ar.

Lothar (planet) Century: Distant Sons (1996) Home planet of superstrong semi-humanoid; identified inhabitant Onyx.

Luareian Warlock & the Infinity Watch #37 (1995) Blue-skinned, semi-humanoid race from planet Luarei; discovered body of Firelord; identified member Harkort.

Lumina Shogun Warriors #1 (1979) Humanoid race from planet Lumin; set up outpost on Earth 175,000 years ago; placed selves in suspended animation; identified members Followers of the Light (Basque, Charn, Sherna, Tambura).

Lupine X-Men #104 (1977) Small furry mammals from planet Lupus; identified member Cr'eee, Flex, Lt'al and children.

Luphomoids Nova #1 (1976) Large, blue-skinned semi-humanoids; home world destroyed by Galactus; only few survivors; identified members Kraa, Nebula, Xira, Zorr.

Lupus (planet) X-Men: Spotlight on Starjammers #1 (1990) Presumably in the Shi'ar galaxy, home to the Lupine, as well as some castorine (beaver-like) and murine (rat or mouse-like) people.

Maarin Fantastic Four #174 (1976) Humanoid natives of Maarin; constructed Mekkans; wiped out by plague.

Mahari Darkhawk #25 (1993) Reptilian semi-humanoids; attacked Darkhawk ship; identified members Blin, Cag, Kistur, Norg, Vrul.

Majesdane Runaways #1 (2003) Humanoids from Majesdane; solar absorption physiology; under attack from Skrulls of Tarnax VII; identified members "Frank Dean", Karolina Dean, "Leslie Dean", Light Brigade (deHalle, vaDanti, vaDrann, vaRikk).

Makray (planet) Quasar #50 (1993) Inhabitants are extinct for over 1 million years.

Mando Warlock #15 (1976) Andromeda galaxy race from planet Mand; green-skinned semi-humanoids with superhuman strength; can survive in a vacuum; some employed by Interplaneteur Inc.

Mannequin Fantastic Four #14 (1999) Red, octopoid creatures; able to bore through nearly any substance; disrupt frequency of energy barriers; enter and bond with prey on a molecular level; one used by Ronan to control Invisible Woman.

Manufactured Harmonites Nova #19 (2009) synthorganic beings; member Qubit was a Nova Centurion and appeared as a giant floating Nova helmet.

Marvanites Marvel Two-in-One Annual #3 (1978) Large, green semi-humanoids from planet Marvan; can manipulate energy; identified members Monitors (including Nygorn), Suzerain.

Masters Iron Man #299 (1993) Created Ultimo millennia ago.

Mawkaw magkong Incredible Hulk #100 (2007) Large fireproof, unicellular organism from planet Sakaar; gain burning appearance by living in volcanoes.

Megans Godzilla #12 (1978) Milky Way race from planet Mega; red-skinned, cyclopean beings with suction-cupped digits; capture gargantuan monsters from other worlds to use as living weapons in war against Betans.

Mekkans Fantastic Four #91 (1969) Milky Way race from planet Mekka (formerly known as Maarin); originally built as robotic servants of the Maarin; took over planet and covered it with metal after the Maarin were wiped out by a plague; identified member Torgo.

Mentelleronites Strange Tales #90 (1961) Giantcreatures with immense mental powers from planet Mentelleron; identified member Orrgo.

Mephitisoids X-Men #107 (1977) Shi'ar galaxy race from planet Tryl'sart; feline humanoids with night vision and enhanced olfactory senses, retractable claws, black & white fur and a long tail; could control others via pheromones; former warrior race conquered by Shi'ar; quarantined to their home planet; used as warriors and slave laborers; identified members Hepzibah, Mephitisoid.

M'ndavians Fantastic Four #262 (1984) Shi'ar galaxy race from planet M'ndavi; yellow-skinned semi-humanoids; developed most advanced legal system; killed off by virus created by Axi-Tun; legal system utilized by Intergalactic Council; identified member Mduul.

Mobians Incredible Hulk #136 (1971) - Milky Way galaxy, planet Mobius; orange-skinned humanoids, 8' tall; identified member Xeron the Starslayer

Moensians (Reality-81049) Fantastic Four #229 (1981) Billions of years in the future, the advanced race stagnated and began to decline; Xanth and Shareen were sent to seek contact with alien life forms, but were pulled into a black hole where energy beings transformed them into Ebon Seeker and Firefrost.

Mongoids Tales to Astonish #51 (1964) Planet Mong; green-skinned beings with advanced technology (including warp drive ships), learned of Earth via television transmissions and sent a native-- transformed to mimic a person--to infiltrate humanity, but he was easily discovered as the transmissions had been in black and white, and they did not realize humans were not green.

Mongoors Tales to Astonish #28 (1962) Green-skinned space pirates with advanced technology including warp-drive ships and powerful weaponry; destroyed a thousand planets between Centaurus and Earth, but passed by Earth as uninhabited when an unidentified benevolent alien race covered Earth in a thick fog to obscure them.

Morani Tales of Suspense #58 (1964) Andromeda galaxy race from planet Moran; green-skinned semi-humanoids; some can project bioelectric energy; identified member Warlord Wrogg.

Moru (Reality-53242) Journey into Unknown Worlds #23 (1953) Planet Moru; green-skinned, advanced technology, including warp-drive ships and disintegrator weapons; a native posed as human and became respected scientist Dr. Tindley, who facilitated their conquering of Earth.

M'Rellik race Hulk #28 (2011)

Mundusians (Reality-64511) Tales to Astonish #51 (1964) Elf-like natives threatened by overpopulation until human space explorers, circa Earth's 2478 AD, established peaceful relations with them, inspiring them to develop their own space travel.

Myndai Shogun Warriors #1 (1979) Milky Way race from planet Mynda; pale red-skinned humanoids; identified members Followers of the Dark, Maur-Konn.

Nacexsa War of Kings #3 (2009) Kree planet; attacked by Shi'ar Fleet

Nalrahns Chamber of Darkness #5 (1970) 15' tall, virtually immortal race from planet Nalrah; required to absorb solar energy every 2000 years; used a chemical to render themselves spaceworthy; identified member Chalo.

Nanda Shogun Warriors #19 (1980) Ovoid-headed, green-skinned semi-humanoids; identified members Cymell, D'Melza.

Natives Incredible Hulk #92 (2006) Four-armed sentient insectoid race from planet Sakaar; millennia ago ruled the planet; identified members Miek, Mung.

Navis Koana Five Thanos Imperative #1 (2010) Kree planet, which Beta Ray Bill helped rebuild.

New Draconia World of Fantasy #18 (1959) Underground city new Beta Centauri.

Norrak race Hulk #33 (2011)

Norsec Marvel Spotlight #8 (1980) Killed long ago in flood when dike broke; supreme council transferred their consciousness into Those-Who-See; Vindar was sentenced to be their guardian; identified members Vindar, Those-Who-See.

Notoians Marvel Mystery Comics#42 (1943) large extraterrestrials, inhabitants of traveling asteroid, led by Seraq; opposed by Vision (Aarkus)

Nuwali Ka-Zar the Savage #34 (1984) Yellow-skinned creatures from planet Nuwali; created Savage Land from Beyonders; abandoned by them in favor of Fortisquians; attempted to kill Beyonders; identified members Balvo, Giam, Pro-Kopeo.

Nyanthos plant (Reality-62935) Tales to Astonish #35 (1962) Plants can enslave other lifeforms telepathically and then retain their memories; Earth explorer Col. John Rogers traveled there and was enslaved before returning to Earth; subsequently subjected to quarantine.

Nymenians (Reality-829) Hercules: Prince of Power #1 (1982) Andromeda galaxy race from planet Eomuma; hippopotamoid beings; starfaring race; identified member Ltooks.

Odotopians Fantastic Four #549 (2007) Used destructive weapon against Contrasepsis apparently exterminating themselves.

Omina Prime Annihilation: Heralds of Galactus#2 (2007) Planet ceded to Ravenous and the Centurions post-Annihilation war; ruled by Smyt until he was slain by Firelord. 

Ongulians Deadpool #33 (2011) Virtually wiped out by Id the Selfish Moon, hired Deadpool to destroy Id. identified members Bluzia, Kak, Wongus.

Oobagonians Journey into Mystery #60 (1960) Imperialistic race, natives of Oobagon VII, heads resemble masks of witch doctors; identified members Bombu.

Orbuceni Nova #13 (2008) Former natives of Orbucen; planet consumed by Galactus; fled planet with Nova's aid and planned to colonize planet in Zymit Reef; identified members Adjudik, Keyt, Carlis Podak, Gilly Podak.

Orison Guardians of the Galaxy #22 (2010) Planet on which the Universal Church of Truth held Moondragon and Cynosure, awaiting the birth of their god, until the Guardians and Luminals assaulted the UCT and freed their captives; the "god" was delivered and sent back to the Cancerverse.

Orsirosian race of Reality-8116 Epic Illustrated #1 (1980) Allegedly the most ancient and powerful race in the Milky Way galaxy, when the Zygoteans threatened to conquer and destroy all, they instead arranged to destroy the galaxy via the Infinity Horn before the Zygoteans destroyed Orsiros; identified members Aknaton, Nieth

Ouar Guardians of the Galaxy #24 (2010) Planet on which some of the Guardians joined the Kree, Blastaar, Crystal, and the Galactic Council fought off the forces of the Magus.

Ovoids Fantastic Four #10 (1963) Milky Way race from planet Birkeet; humanoids with enlarged cranium and mental powers; able to exchange minds into other bodies to prolong life; killed Air-Walker; trained Dr. Doom in mind-transfer; identified member Insidio.

Panoramia Hulk #28 (2011)

Partheans Tales of Suspense #53 (1964) Milky Way race, hosts the Venturites, who had plotted to conquer Parthea until being forced to flee Venturus weaponless to escape a rogue comet. Mentioned only

P!ndyr Uncanny X-Men #276 (1991) Shi'ar Empire race from planet Epsilon Seikosha IX; ferocious warriors bred to survive on a rocky dangerous planet; exterminated by Warskrulls. Unidentified champion.

Paconians Journey into Mystery #67 (1961) Superhuman sized natives of Pacion Rex; benevolent race with advanced technology.

Pah Ree Spaceknights #4 (2001) Race from the "Golden Galaxy," telepathic reptilian bipeds; allied against Galadaor after attack by Wraithknights; specialized in arcane and dangerous technology; identified member Sssath Xyoss.

Pangorians Thor #387 (1988) Blue and white skinned humanoids from planet Pangoria; planet judged and "cleansed" by Celestials; terraformed into planet free of technology by the Celestial Exitar; identified members Myla, Pegas.

Paradise Incredible Hulk #190 (1975) Milky Way, desolate planetoid temporarily transformed into verdant paradise by Shaper of Worlds.

Pegasusians Strange Tales #178 (1975) Milky Way race from planet Tarkus; 20' tall reptilian bipeds; identified member Sphinxor.

Phalanx New Mutants #50 (1983) Organic beings infected with Technarchy techno-organic nano-cells; created to conquer other worlds for Technarchy; Earth versions created as anti-mutant warriors; Ultron led cell attempted to conquer Kree galaxy; former members Brock M. Camden, Daystar, Douglock, Drax, Dymphna, Egon, Gamora, Harvest, Cameron Hodge, Korath, Steven Lang, Larissa, N'astirh, Nkotha, Nova (Richard Rider), Okalis, Ronan, Shatterax, Shinar, Candy Southern, S'ym, Warlock, Xemnu.

Phantoms Avengers #2 (1963) Hoax! Actually beings transformed by being stranded in Limbo for too long; see Space Phantoms.

Pheragots Silver Surfer #32 (1989); (Earth-829) Hercules: Prince of Power #1 (1982) Andromeda galaxy race from Arago-7; 10', immensely strong, blue-skinned semi-humanoids; framed by Axi-Tun for assault on the M'ndavians; identified member Tiborgh.

Plasmagen Avengers: Celestial Quest #4 (2002) Race with immense flame powers; identified members Primo, Secco.

Plodex Alpha Flight #1 (1983) Race from unidentified home galaxy and planet; after conquering numerous races, the various hybrids developed a massive civil war and exterminated all life on the planet; nonhumanoid in natural form, adapt to forms capable of creating and manipulating technology, oviparous; embryos are sent to be hatched on a world intended for conquest; genetically conditioned to adapt the form of that world's dominant species, savage instincts for conquest; a plodex ship crashed on Earth @ 20000 years ago; the ship was discovered and eventually controlled by the Master (Eshu); the thousands of eggs were later taken back to the Plodex homeworld by Alpha Flight; identified members Mar, Marrina.

Polarians (Reality-53327) Adventures into Weird Worlds #27 (1953) Natives of Polaris, star system 1000 light years from Earth; green-skin, advanced technology, including interstellar ships and tractor beams able to tow stars; as their own sun dimmed, they pillaged other worlds for their needs; when they confronted Earth, the POTUS arranged to give them whatever they wanted if they left without war, and they towed away Earth's sun.

Polyp-Sickles Silver Surfer: In Thy Name#4 (2008) native to Brekknis?, fled the seeming approach of Galactus (actually an unidentified astral entity)

Poppupians Fantastic Four #11 (1963) Green-skined race from planet Poppup; all but Impossible Man were consumed by Galactus; further members are clones of him; adapted to hostile environment by adapting ability to transform into any form; identified members Impossible Children, Impossible Man, Impossible Woman.

Prashardians Force Works #15 (1995) Orange-skinned, semi-humanoid race from planet Prashard; slaughtered by Lore and then when Century unwittingly led the Scatter to Prashard; identified member Skewer.

Procyons Journey into Unknown Worlds #23 (1954) Bellicose race; conquered and enslaved by unidentified race's farming colony in Mercury; identified member Lepus (ruler)

Procyonites Thor Annual #6 (1977) Milky Way race from planet Perraton; reptilian semi-humanoids with large tortoise-like shell; identified member Tork.

Prosilicans Tales of Suspense #53 (1964) Semi-humanoid Milky Way race from planet Prosilicus; given secret of nuclear power by the Watchers; rapidly developed it for war and wiped out nearly the entire civilization; this resulted in the non-interference oath of the Watchers; identified member Lokar.

Protar Omega the Unknown #1 (1976) Created bioengineered superhumans including Omega the Unknown to replace their own dying race.

Pryd'rians referenced only in Marvel Preview #11 (1977) Slaughtered by slavers serving Gareth of Sparta; identified member Sandy

Pyraxlon (planet) Silver Surfer #38 (1990) Scientifically advanced world; populace tapped into the subterranean geo-thermal bands which crisscross the entire planet to solve their energy needs; inhabited by orange-skinned humanoids.

Queega Daredevil #28 (1967) Andromeda galaxy race from planet Queeg in the Quolan system; reptilian humanoids that can generate electricity; attempted to blind Earth in order to steal its mineral resources; worshipped Hadith; conquered by Skrulls.

Quinnten race Hulk #28 (2011)

Quinzin Silver Surfer #71 (1992) Semi-humanoids wearing battle armor; energy traders that ambushed Firelord in attempt to use him as a profitable power source; fought off with assistance of Silver Surfer.

Quist X-Men #9 (1964) Milky Way race from Quistalium; aka Arcane; used Dominus computer to takeover other races; eventually enslaved by Dominus; identified members Dominus, Lucifer, Supreme One.

Quo Tales to Astonish #37 (1962) 30' tall humanoid natives, had recently entered spaceflight and were considering attacking their neighboring planet, Zenn. They easily repelled an assault by Zenn "Space Raiders."

Quo Modari Force Works #13 (1995) Tall, slim-bodied, purple-skinned semi-humanoids; masters of inter-species community; used for diplomacy; identified member Nohm.

Quon Fantastic Four #97 (1970) Milky Way race from planet Quon; amphibious, green-skinned semi-humanoids with superhuman strength and durability; use chemical to assume human form; identified members Bisq, Mowfus.

Qwrlln Alpha Flight #90 (1990) Indigenous life form to the seas of Ganymede; encountered and rebuilt James Hudson as cyborg @ 8000 BC after he was transported to them; planet attacked by Galactus.

Rack-Cats Captain Marvel #39 (1975) Large antlered felines from Watchers' homeworld; identified member Mad-Eye.

Radius Eighteen War of Kings #2 (2009) Kree planet; destroyed by Shi'ar Fleet with Nega-Bombs

Rajaki Tales of Suspense #57 (1964) Green-skinned semi-humanoids from an unidentified galaxy; majority slain when Ultimo decimated their planet; small number stored in inert form; plunder other planets of resources; identified member Sapper.

Randaa Hulk #34 (2011) planet

Ravellians Captain America/Iron Man: Invasions Force! - Part One (1998; digital comic) Super-dense rhioceros-like bipeds; space-faring conquerors; identified members Mendak & Protoff

Recluses (Mentioned) She-Hulk #7 (2006); (seen) She-Hulk #20 (2007) Small, furred creatures with bat-like ears and clawed extremities; race discovered by Qyre the Watcher; demanded that he stopped watching them as they valued their privacy; She-Hulk allowed Qyre to watch them as long as he never shared his knowledge about them with anyone else including the other Watchers; used Recorder Zeta-9 to determine wether She-Hulk was a threat to the universe; slaughtered by Reckoning War instigator.

Reptoids (Earth-691) Giant-Size Defenders #3 (1975) Milky Way race from planet Tay; reptilian bipeds with superhuman strength and powerful tails; identified member Teju.

Rescorlans Solo Avengers #21 (1989) Grey-skinned semi-humanoids with snouts from planet Rescorla; prudish traders that wear grey cloaks; held Heater Delight prisoner; identified member Axel.

Rhunians Thor #219 (1974) 300' tall creatures from the planet Mon (one of the "black stars"); use immense space warps to transport their star system throughout the galaxy; identified members Dracus, Kragonn.

Rigellians Thor #129 (1966); (true form) Thor #131 (1966) Milky Way race from planet Rigel-3; semi-humanoids with enlarged skull with small frame; homeworld destroyed by Rhunians; possess advanced technology; established vast empire of planets in Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies; 88% exterminated by Thanos; identified members Arcturus, Cordon, Grand Commissioner, Gunthar, Mari, Nelet Pa, Pyo, Irani Rael, Tana Nile, Zygo.

Rigellian snakes Avengers: The Initiative #11 (2008) Possess fastest acting venom in the universe; venom injected into Komodo by KIA via Tactigon.

R'malk'i Warlock #15 (1976) Milky Way plant creatures from planet M'malk'z in the C'lehr'ee system; greedy, telepathic capitalists; insensitively exploitative; must take root in native soil to sleep; identified members Marr Garr, Beppe IIII, Cmar Har.

Roclites Iron Man #55 (1973) Milky Way race from planet Rocklon; reddish-brown semi-humanoids with superhuman strength; identified members Blood Brothers, Borgia, presumably Earth-829's Tark

Roxxians (Reality-53292) Astonishing #28 (1953) Planet Roxx; humanoid race ages in reverse; Zara married crashed astronaut Roger Dean, who died when he tried an age transfusion to make her return to closer to his age.

Ru-Bari (Reality-20110) Deadpool #1000 (2010) Cygnus system; celery-like in appearance; initially peaceful; dismissed as unimportant by the Nova Corps despite their musical and artistic talents. The formed the Corps du Chapeau and sent berets out into the universe to convert others to their cause, the berets turning the individual white and grey and making them drones. The Corps du Chapeau attacked Earth, converting the Avengers (Captain America, Iron Man, Thor) to their evil ranks with berets. The Deadpool Corps attacked them and Headpool consulted with the Midgets of the Universe (some sort of knowledge system that he communed with) to learn about them. Deadpool was turned as well and called himself Mimepool. The Corps defeated him and fired him at the Ru-Bari’s home planet, destroying it.

Ryos Dr. Who Magazine #140 (1988)

R'zahnians Amazing Adventures #3 (1961) Milky Way race from planet R'Zahn; sought to invade Earth; possibly had base on Saturn; identified member Zamu.

Sacrosanct Guardians of the Galaxy #23 (2010) Planet of the Universal Church of Truth.

Sagittarians Incredible Hulk #111 (1969) Milky Way race from planet Berhart; grey-skinned humanoids; originally served Galaxy Master; utilized Hulk in battles against Galaxy Master; identified members Empress Daydra, Warlord Supreme.

Salarians Silver Surfer #35 (1990) Small orange-skinned race from planet Salaria; gentle race without natural enemies on their planet.

Sarenta War of Kings #1 (2009) Kree planet; attacked by Shi'ar Fleet with Nega-Bombs

Sarks Strange Tales #179 (1975) Milky Way race from planet Sark; blue-skinned semi-humanoids; identified members Autolycus, Egeus, Levan.

Satanians Astonishing #3 (1951) Space-faring humanoids from Satania; undermined Uranians' social stability; identified members Master of Satania, Princess Satana.

Satellite Men Sub-Mariner Comics#36 (1954) Inhabitants of traveling moon, inadvertently stole water from Earth's oceans; opposed by Namor the Sub-Mariner.

Saurians Avengers: Celestial Quest #1 (2001) Humanoid reptiles; identified members Raptra, Kid Syn.

Saurids X-Men #104 (1977) Shi'ar galaxy race from planet Timor; 9' tall, amphibious semi-humanoids adapted to surviving on the ocean floors; identified member Ch'od.

Scadamites Questprobe #1 (1984) Yellow-skinned semi-humanoids from planet Scadam; decimated by the Black Fleet; creators of the Chief Examiner; identified members Durgan Obisbo, Tuskar.

Scalleun Silver Surfer #62 (1992) Reptilian bipeds; enemies of the Kresh; left them alone after nearly exterminating them.

Scania Marvel Preview #11 (1977) Refugees settled Windhölme 300 years; slaughtered and enslaved by (Sparta?) Imperial starfighters; identified member Kip, Gunnar, & Marie Holme.

Scarvix of Reality-5555 "High Noon Tex" (1987) Robot world formerly used as a base by Death's Head (Freelance Peacekeeping Agent); identified members Backbreaker, Tex

Scobsters Starjammers #1 (1995) Shellfish consumed by the Union of Intelligent Races.

Scorpian Skull the Slayer #4 (1975) Reptilian humanoids with grey skin from planet Pygram in the Scorpius (known to humans as Dschubba) system within the Milky Way galaxy; built robots; planned invasion of Earth when they ran out of tasks for robots; created Bermuda Triangle Time Warp and Tower of Time; identified member Slitherogue.

Scy'ar Tal X-Men: Emperor Vulcan #1 (2007) aka M'kraan; grey-skinned semi-humanoid Shi'ar galaxy race; all members mentally linked to each other to transfer energy to the Eldest member; worshipped M'kraan Crystal; inhabited stallites around the M'kraan Crystal planet the World; driven off satellites by Shi'ar circa 11,000 BC; attempted to destroy the Shi'ar with weapon called Finality; mental link severed and exterminated with Finality by Vulcan; identified member the Eldest.

Sephlods Incredible Hulk: Stalker from the Stars (1978) Large, energy manipulating octopus-like race; could survive for centuries without any nourishment in a deep sleep; identified member Sh'mballah.

Serayn Cable #84 (2000) Orange-skinned semi-humanoid/arachnoid Milky Way race with tremendous intellect, but fragile bodies that made it unable for them to leave their world; created the Undying to pilot their indestructible spaceship Azazel; Unyding turned against them and exterminated the entire race over the course of 1000 years.

Sha'barri Fantastic Four #391 (1994) Green-skinned, mindless, tentacled creature with sharp teeth and one eye; one placed in Lyja's "egg" to attack Fantastic Four.

Shadow People Incredible Hulk #92 (2006) Grey-skinned humanoid race from Sakaar; nomadic giants; identified members Caeiera, Hiroim.

Shard Nova #31 (2010) Giant Xenocellular Bloom (a massive tendrilled plant-like creature who hatched smaller versions of itself) attacked. They found a group of Kree scientists stranded. They successfully evacuated all but one, who found the Fraternity amulet of Gyre and transformed into a raptor. He disappeared with Nova and Darkhawk as the planet exploded. (An older Sphinx (Anath-Na Mut) was behind this).

Sharin - see Arena World

Shi'ar X-Men #97 (1976) Avian humanoids from Aerie; rule from Chandilar; one of the largest empires in the known universe; worship the marriage of their gods Sharra and K'ythri; identified members see here, here or All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z Hardcover#10.

Shuki X-Men: Watchers on the Walls (2006) Milky Way galaxy; partially or completely composed of Chlorites; members Busa, Cal, Kussa

Sidri Uncanny X-Men #154 (1982) Semi-insectoid, black-skinned race with four appendages; capable of flight; shoot powerful energy blasts from their one eye; some worked for the Shi'ar to hunt down the Starjammers.

Silben Thing #14 (1984) Green-skinned semi-humanoids; some lived on Battleworld; rivals of the Turek.

Sirians Avengers #36 (1967) Humanoid Milky Way race from planet Sirius IV; nearly exterminated in millennia-long war against unidentified foes; use Ultroids as soldiers; identified member and seemingly sole survivor Ixar.

Siris (disguised) X-Men #37 (1967); (true form) X-Men #39 (1967) Octopoid race from planet Yormot in the Sirius sytem; green-skinned with ten suction-cupped tentacles; ruthless and imperialistic; identified member Mutant Master.

Siriusians Strange Tales #39/2 (1955) A humanoid agent from planet Sirius IV came to Earth to learn about humanity. Appearing human with a pronounced deformity on his head he tried to blend in but people shunned him for his freakish appearance. 

Sirusites Strange Tales #178 (1975) Humanoid Milky Way race from planet Sirus X in the Al'Ma'an system; identified member Matriarch of the Universal Church of Truth.

66 Beta Tau War of Kings #1 (2009) Kree planet; attacked by Shi'ar Fleet with Nega-Bombs

Skard She-Hulk #7 (2004) Orange-skinned semi-humanoid race from planet Skardon; decide all matters via fighting; planetary rule briefly usurped by the Champion.

Skiddarian Soul Devils Astonishing X-Men#52 (2012) Compared to young girl Julia by the Shi'ar Warbird.

Skifflefuffles Young Avengers#7 (2013) Natives of Skifflefufflula, metamorphs, most natives are actors; six young natives emulated Skrulls in a desire to be more hardcore, pursued and assaulted the Young Avengers for months before being defeated and their true natures revealed after their shape-changing powers were neutralized.

Skrulls Fantastic Four #2 (1962) Andromeda galaxy race from planet Skrullos in the Drox system; shapeshifting reptilian humanoids; race split into three sub-sections by Celestials; Deviant Skrulls drove Eternal and Latent Skrulls to extinction; long at war with Kree; conquered various races; empire decimated by the Annihilation Wave; worship the ever-changing Sl'gur't and last Deviant Kly'bn; identified members see here, here or All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z Hardcover#10.

Sligs Fantastic Four #209 (1979) Milky Way race from planet Ankara; insectoid, tentacle-like limbed; able to levitate; shrivel upon death; identified members Grogarr, Krogg.

Sligs West Coast Avengers #30 (1988) Purple-skinned insectoid semi-humanoids; sent Examiner to determine Earth's potential for conquer and the power of its defenders; scout team blew up due to attempts to give the Examiner sufficient power to defeat the West Coast Avengers, partial transmission sent that led them to believe there was a warrior race, each with the composite power of the entire team; identified member Supreme One.

Sloggs She-Hulk #7 (2004) Slow moving, tortoise-like race from planet Sloggo-Prime; pled case under She-Hulk to have the Blurzz removed from their world; identified members Agmar, Clorpo, Friggle, Rollo.

Slumbar 7 (Mentioned) She-Hulk #8 (2004) A world of sleepers; all court cases are tried in a collective subconscious of shared dreams; the Magistrati wear pajama-like robe and cap for cases on this world.

Sm'ggani Incredible Hulk #230 (1978) Milky Way race from planet M'ggani; 7' tall insectoid humanoids with superhuman strength; have suction discs on finger tips; planet's agricultural resources were depleted until Harvester used dirt from under Hulk's fingernails to refertilize planet; identified member Harvester from Beyond.

Snarks Power Pack #1 (1984) aka Zn'rx; reptilian bipeds with large tails from "Snarkworld;" ruled by clans; identified members Ankar, Awf, Bhadsha, Destrak, Geik, G'lm, Grung, Hadj, Jakal, Jenteel, Maraud, Padj, Repra, Rungar, Sgrod, Skratt, Snapf, Snark-7, Sobak, Zwrk.

Sneepers Tales of Suspense #49 (1964) Milky Way race from planet Sneep; green-skinned humanoids; small empire that sought to takeover Earth; observed humanity throughout its development, but lacked the power to reach Earth; assumed humanity would destroy itself after it developed nuclear weaponry; identified member Dibdeb.

Sof (planet) Silver Surfer #8 (2004) Paradise-like world to humans that live a thousand years and more; identified inhabitants Aman, Aumavi, Aya, Ayaman, Laliya.

Solon Fantastic Four #237 (1981) Milky Way race from planet Solon; 9' tall, blue-skinned humanoids; reproduce asexually by fission; possess mental powers that are used in place of many forms of equipment; named by function/position; become intoxicated in high oxygen atmosphere; identified members Pilot, Spinnerette, Stabilizer.

Space Seed Alpha Flight #47 (1987) Spores; upon arrival to Earth took over forms of human hosts; transforming them into humanoid tree creatures until fought off by Vindicator (Heather MacNeil Hudson); victims included Ramsey MacNeil.

Spartoi Marvel Preview #11 (1977) Humanoid race from planet Sparta (aka Spartax); sought alliance/marriage with Shi'ar Empire; disrupted by assassination attempt on Lilandra Neramani by Inhumans under control of Ronan; identified members Boeder, Eson, Gareth, Jason, Peter Quill (a Human/Spartoi hybrid).

spider-men Journey into Mystery #64 (1961) Giant six-limbed creatures with superhuman strength; generate webs that travel at the speed of light to allow them to travel across spce; project webs stronger than steel or in the form of gobs of electrical energy; identified member Rorrg.

Spikes Incredible Hulk #98 (2006) Cosmic energy absorbing race of unknown origins; migrated to new galaxies every few generations; assaulted Sakaar; could infect and take over others; used by Red King against the Hulk.

spores Iron Man #157 (1982) Small green energy beings; could combine to form a large energy creature; attacked Therhin race and Iron Man (Tony Stark).

S'raphh Defenders #103 (1982) Winged humanoid race that allegedly dwelled on Earth's moon in the distant past; explored the universe in search of the meaning of life; committed suicide upon failing to find it; sought vengeance on universe; collective unconscious formed Null the Living Darkness.

Sssth Thor #212 (1973) Milky Way race from planet Sszardil; green-skinned reptilians with large tails; allied with Vrellnexians to enslave and sell intelligent beings from other worlds; used conquered planet "Golden Star" as base; kidnapped Odin while he was undergoing the Odinsleep; alliance destroyed by Asgardians and rebelling people; identified member Sssthgar.

stars Dr. Strange #22 (1977) Sentient stellar bodies; identified members Cloud, Apalla, Grand Nebular, possibly Master of the Sun (Marvel Preview #4 (1976) ).

Star Sharks Uncanny X-Men #162 (1982) Shark-like race enslaved by the Brood; outfitted with technology to make them functional as ships.

Stenth Inhumans #7 (1976) Milky Way race from planet Stent; yellow-skinned semi-humanoids; live in mobile cities which look like immense beetles; travel to find sources of water; identified members Flarn, Shreel, Shribe, Skornn, Warkon.

stone men Tales of Suspense #28 (1962) Soem crashed on Earth in centuries past; captain placed them into suspended animation and took human form while he repaired the ship but by the time he had done so he could no longer remember the incanation; found the parchment containing it in 1962 with the aid of Harry Dawes; took Dawes as a specimen after he tried to control them.

Stonians Strange Tales #74 (1960) Milky Way race from planet Stonus I-V; silicon based gargoyle-like flying creatures; some are giants; invaded Earth centuries past; dispersed across the globe; posing as decorations on buildings; discovered by David Hartnell; Gorgolla raised army, but the army destroyed him because they had learned peace while on Earth; Granitor led an invasion of Earth which was repelled by It the Living Colossus and Fin Fang Foom; identified members Crustor, Gorgolla, Granitor, Magnor, Strator.

Strontians X-Men #107 (1977) Shi'ar galaxy race from planet Strontia; purple-skinned, long-lived humanoids with superhuman strength, durability and the ability to fly; joined Shi'ar Empire after the Shi'ar saved them from a Wraith plague; Kallark won competition to become Gladiator by slaying the Strontian Council of Elders; thei immense powers vain if they doubt themselves; identified members Harrald, Kallark (aka Gladiator), Tennet, Xenith (aka Strontian).

Studduj of Reality-5555 Death's Head #1 (1988) Planet of troll-like beings; was in the grips of a bloody revolution

Stygians X-Men #107 (1977) Shi'ar galaxy race from planet Stygia; mostly black skin with stars; identified members Neutron, Stygian Starbender; possibly Cosmo.

Syllth Annihilation: Prologue (2006) Space jellyfish; encountered by Silver Surfer; detected and fled from the approaching Annihilation Wave.

Symbiotes Amazing Spider-Man #252 (1984) Bloodthirsty but otherwise emotionless race composed of viscous protoplasm; graft onto the adrenal and nervous system of other beings, using them as hosts; Symbiotes reproduce asexually by budding once per generation; noise and fire hurts them; identified members Carnage, Hybrid, Scream, Toxin, Venom, Zzxz.

Synaptic Leeches USAgent #2 (2001) Scorpion-like creatures; burrow under skin and place victim under the control of person in symbiosis with the mother.

Takers Thing #11 (1984) Small-sized green-skinned race; Battleworld thieves; rode large flying reptiles; stole Thing's teleportation device; sanctuary invaded by him to retrieve it; forced to return dowry stolen from Llrrllllnnllyyrrl.

Tanusians Silver Surfer #106 (1995) Humanoid race from planet Tanus; in a state of riot due to exhaustion of planetary resources; planet destroyed by Doombot.

Tartomites Ultimate Silver Surfer (1995) Home world consumed by Galactus; identified member Garalon merged into cyborg Jajuga.

Taurians Thor #160 (1969) Milky Way race from planet Taur; semi-humanoids with thick orange skin and great strength; homeworld destroyed by Galactus; approximately 200,000 escaped planet; identified member Kehl.

Technarchy New Mutants #18 (1984) Techno-organic metamorphs from planet Kvch; created Phalanx to conquer planets for them; fathers face sons in combat over right to govern; composed of metal-like substance; feed by absorbing energy from various substances; infect others with transmode virus and consume their energy; identified members Magus, Tyro, Warlock.

Technos of Reality-7642 Marvel Premiere #32 (1976) Race with mechanical hearts; designed Monark Stalker's falcon Ulysses to act as his nervous system.

Tektons Fantastic Four #91 (1969) Andromeda galaxy race from planet Tekton; semi-humanoids with purple fur, superhuman strength and semi-prehensile tail; some used for gladiatorial combat on Kral by Skrulls; identified member Taxtor.

Tentaclones Marvel Comics Presents #1 (2007) Creation of the Doctopoids; enemies of the Galactic Alliance of Spider-Man; one impersonated Spider-Mech.

Tenuous Tales to Astonish #1 (1959) Two-dimensional extraterrestrial or extradimensional beings, attempted to invade Earth in 2008 by appearing on billboards, but plot realized by Mark Briton and they were captured by the US military; possibly only occurred in alternate reality, though sliding timescale will make this pre-modern (pre-FF#1) in about a decade.

Terminex Thor Annual #15 (1990) White-skinned semi-humanoids; exterminated by Celestials; created Termini.

Termini Fantastic Four #269 (1984) Artificially engineered 5 stages lifeforms created by the Terminex; stage 1: microbes; stage 2: evolved from resident lifelife that consumed stage 1; stage 3: 10 feet tall superstrong semi-humanoids with group mind; stage 4: several stage 3 Termini merge into one 150' tall semi-humanoids; stage 5: created when 1 stage 4 consumes another one to turn into a 500' tall monster; identified member Terminus.

Teshtari race I am an Avenger#3 (2011)

Therhin Iron Man #157 (1982) Pureley mechanical beings; peaceful society many galaxies away; attacked by spores

Thorns Starjammers #1 (2004) Tree-like humanoid plants; Starjammers aided them in recovering the stolen Hyrax seeds, embryos of the Thorns, used as a drug by the Committee; identified members Grove of Elders, Hyrax, Kalyx.

Thornoids Rom #7 (1980) Giant mobile plants almost entirely covered with thorns; weapons/agents of Dire Wraiths; summoned, but not controlled by Dire Wraiths.

Thrnn War of Kings: Warriors #1 (September, 2009) Planet Thrnn, bald green-skinned humanoids. Recently conquered by Shi'ar (or Kree), one attempted to assassinate Gladiator and was slain by him.

Thruvians Rom #19 (1981) Milky Way race from planet Thruvia; humanoids living in medieval type society; acquired technology from and were deceived by Dire Wraiths; identified member Archon.

Tiran race Hulk #34 (2011)

T'Naja Beasts Avengers: The Initiative #15 (2008) Creatures in Skrull Empire.

Toped Captain Marvel #3 (2003) Red-skinned, yellow-eyed humanoids with sharp warlike instincts; savage fighters with relatively primitive weaponry; planet Toped located in strategic site for Kree in relation to Skrull empire; many conquered and slaughtered by Genis-Vell in effort to bring order to the planet.

Torzians Journey into Unknown Worlds #26 (1954) Pink-skinnned semi-insectoid-humanoid creatures with beaks, sharp fangs, etc.; advanced technology and interstellar travel; whiled disguised as humanoid aliens, abducted human lovers Howard and Laura in hopes of learning of Earth's nuclear capabilities; they ejected Howard when he refused to aid them, but Laura agreed to aid them and accepted a marriage proposal, but was shocked upon arriving on Torz when they removed their disguise.

trader's world Uncanny X-Men #354 (1998) Inhabited by various races including the Barodi & Ursaa, all formerly trapped there by the Chnitt

Trellions Marvel Team-Up #2 (2005) Semi-humanoid race from planet Trellion; conquered several planets; allied with Titannus, who betrayed their king and kidnapped his daughter; identified member Amissa.

Tribbitites Incredible Hulk #2 (1962) Milky Way race from planet Kroke; aka Toad Men; frog-like bipeds with long, sticky tongues; built Tribbit/Toadworld from stolen Kree plans and use it as capital of small empire; imperialistic race; identified members Amphos, Froja, Grodnik, Gridney, Helkooky, Toadius, Torrak, Torkon II.

Tribunal Defenders #87 (1980) Immensely powerful energy beings from unknown galaxy or planet; preside over events of cosmic significance; deceived original Defenders into breaking up; use Elf-like time agents. Most likely not xt!

Trill Quasar #2 (1989) Three-tentacled creatures; identified member Trantra.

Trion Spaceknights #1 (2000) Humanoid race allied with Galador; briefly turned against them by Nazgoth; identified member Peirso.

Trisisions of Reality-52313 Adventures into Weird Worlds #3 (1952) Cephalopods with vast mental capabilities, including matter manipulation, ability to see astral forms, thought projection over vast distances, shape change, virtually immortal; "since time began, " they observed the development of other races; they instigated many wars on Earth, and in the 1950s, their leader, Trion, teleported large numbers of their people to Earth as Stalin and the entire Soviet army as prelude to an all-out invasion.
    it is as yet unrevealed whether a version of this occurred in Reality-616 or not.

Trizelle Incredible Hulk #92 (2006) Three-legged land animal from planet Sakaar; live in herds; hunted for food by Natives and Imperials.

Tronik X-Men: Spotlight on Starjammers #1 (1990) Populated by mechanical lifeforms, covered with biometallic substance that painfully reflects telepathic probes, requires power source to activate mechanisms. Briefly powered by one of the map-pods to the Phalkon (Phoenix).

Troyjans Incredible Hulk #394 (1992) Intergalactic warrior race from an empire bordering the Shi'ar Empire; grey-skinned semi-humanoids with superhuman strength; identified members Armageddon, Trauma, Vittio.

Tsiln Amazing Spider-Man #103 (1971) Milky Way race from planet Broi; several hundred feet tall, semi-reptilian anthropoids with long semi-prehensile tail; born prematurely and incubated until fully gestated; identified member Gog.

Tsyrani Spider-Woman #36 (1981) Shi'ar galaxy race from planet Tsorcherchii; humanoids with superhuman strength and durability; matriarchal monarchy under supervision of Shi'ar; great interest in arts and interstellar exploration.

Turanal Quasar #35 (1992) - BTS only. Planet, 4th from the sun in the Pama system.

Turek Thing #14 (1984) Yellow-skinned semi-humanoids; some lived on Battleworld; rivals of the Silben.

Tyjorian race of Reality-8116 Epic Illustrated #1 (1980) Native to Tyjor, orbiting Alpha Centauri; large, savage, cannibalistic anthropoid-like humanoids; entire planet consumed by ennergy released from the Infinity Horn. identified member Za

Tyrmean brain-stem parasites Force Works #15 (1995) Insectoid parasites that bond to back of hosts' necks; stimulated by ultrasound to cause great pain or even death; formerly used by Broker to control servants.

Tzin Captain America goes to War against Drugs (1990) Green-skinned, fanged semi-humanoids with tentacles all over their body; dealt with drugs on Earth; mutated drug addicted humans and made them addicted to their own durgs; used the addicts as superpowered agents; scheme stopped by Captain America and New Warriors.

U-235 Deadpool #33 (2011) Planet, composed largely of Uranium-235, consumed by Id.

Udayume Silver Surfer #9 (2004) Holy people that carve the ice every winter; sculptures dissolve in summer.

Ujor Ms. Marvel #2 (2006) Blue-skinned extraterrestrials with humanoid upper body and tentacles as lower appendages; enemies of the Brood; identified members Cru, Ost.

Ul'lula'ns Defenders #13 (1974) 10-foot-tall, semi-amoeboid creatures with six tentacles and vast psionic powers; could alter form to look humanoid; governed by High Tribunal of Judges; identified members Nebulon, Supernalia.

Uncreated (armored) Excalibur #88 (1995; (true form) Excalibur #90 (1995) Spiked, purple-gray-skinned semi-humanoids; artificially created by giant insectoid cosmic being; killed their creator; try to kill other races that utilize organized religion; known as the Works before killing their god.

Undying Cable #79 (2000) Artificial beings of pure intellect and energy created by the Serayn; could meld their energy fields with the minds of any living creature; lived on spaceship Azazel; roamed the universe for millions of years devouring the death energies of numerous alien life forms; identified members Aentaros, Dybbuks, Lothan, Restless Dead, Semijan, Sleepless Ones, Tiamet, Vaudois.

Unicorians of Reality-56729 Adventure into Mystery #2 (1956) Circa 2160 AD, the planet Unicore was the last outpost of (presumably human) civilization; with their needs met via their vast mental powers and technology and thus being unaccustomed to labor, they were unable to advance further or repair their infra-structure. Via time machines, they abducted the most brilliant scientists of the 1950s of Reality-616, but those scientists convinced them that removing them could alter/prevent their existence; they returned those scientists and removed their memories of their journey.

Urg X-Factor #110 (1995) Large rock creatures able to control electricity.

Urrpo-Fish Fantastic Four #11 (1963) Predatory creature with enormous mouth and web wings from planet Poppup.

Ursa Volans World of Fantasy #18 (1959) Planet familiar to XR79B, held unspecified conventions; dominated by the domed city Regulus; 470,000 light years from Earth.

Ursa Micronica (planet; Reality-59594) Tales to Astonish #3 (1959) Earth-like world with smaller natives, visited by a "giant" from Earth, whose efforts to help them advance were impeded by his clumsy destruction of property, until he departed.

Ursaa Uncanny X-Men #358 (1998) Orange-skinned, cowardly race; traveled in colonies; looters and thieves.

Urrulu Deadpool #34 (2011) Apparently uninhabited planet in D'Krian quadrant; colonized by unidentified race for terra-farming.

Urrulu, colonizers of Deadpool #34 (2011) Colonized Urrulu for terra-farming two generations ago; 3rd generation resented the hardwork; relocated to frozen wasteland by Deadpool to escape Id.

U'sr'prians Marvel Comics Presents #35 (1989) Semi-insectoid bipeds; formerly enslaved to maintain technology by U'Sr'Pr until overthrown by Her; attempted to worship Her as J'Ridia Starduster.

Uuchan Guardians of the Galaxy #4 (2008) Large, green-skinned herbivore quadripeds; identified member Gorani.

Valgon race I am an Avenger#3 (2011)

Van'sa race Hulk #33 (2011)

"Vegans" (confirm name from comics?) Tales of Suspense #36 (1962) Ape-like technologically advanced race native to a planet orbiting Vega; one traveled to Earth, was mistaken for an escaped ape, and "returned" to the zoo. After ventriloquist Mike Mullins jokingly made it seem as if the "ape" was talking and told others it was an alien, the alien was released, after which he revealed Mullins' joke was true, and he took Mullins aboard his ship to return to his world for realizing his true nature.

Vegans Tales to Astonish #58 (1964) Milky Way race from planet Vega IV; thirty feet tall humanoids; empire of planets throughout Vega system; identified member Colossus.

Venturites Tales of Suspense #53 (1964) Plotted to conquer nearby Parthea, until a rogue asteroid approached their world, forcing superstitious warlord/leader Lokar (who had mistaken the bright light for a good omen) to leave behind all weaponry to get maximum citizenry aboard their ships as they fled to Parthea as refugees.

Vintars (Mentioned) Captain Marvel #5 (1968) Creatures with amorphous forms from Galaxy 7; attacked Kree; vulnerable to x-rays.

Visitors Marvel Knights 4#5 (2004) Insectoid creatures with large claws and slender bodies; claimed victims in New Jersey for some time; driven off by Fantastic Four.

Vorm Avengers #123 (1974) Andromeda galaxy race from planet Vormin; large, dragon-like creatures; able to exist in vacuum; vulnerable to heat; identified members Star Stalker (Biawak), Star Stalker (Varanus).

Vrakanin New Mutants Annual #1 (1984) Gree-skinned semi-humanoids with long ears, sharp teeth and claws; long hair from antebrachim and crus; one pursued Lila Cheney in attempt to steal Earth; identified member Charasulla.

Vrellnexians Thor #212 (1973) Milky Way race from planet Vrellnex; six-limbed semi-humanoid/insectoid; some are winged; partnered with Sssith in slave trading ring.

Vulcan Strange Tales #76 (1960) Large, living fire creatures; able to travel through space unaided; can spread heat across an entire planet; identified member Dragoom.

Vulcanians Journey into Mystery #101 Race from Vulcanus; went to war with many races; moved whole civilization to Idylica to wage war on Idylica; stuck due to their inferior space ships; Idylicans escaped to Vulcanus.

Warkalla Hulk #34 (2011) planet

Watchers Fantastic Four #13 (1963) Neutral humanoids with large cranium from Watcherworld; watch signifcant happenings throughout the universe and vowed to never interfere; disperesed throughout known universe and beyond; identified members Acba, Aron, Atul, Dark Counsel, Dimri (Earth-20051), Ecce, Edda, Egma, Emmu, Engo, He Who Summons, High Tribunal, Ikor, Ing, Otmu, Qyre, Talmadge, Ualu, Uatu, Uilig, Ute (Earth-374), Xecu, Zoma.

Waziliah Silver Surfer #6 (1987) Semi-humanoid with stocky legs; pronounced jowls; the Skrull Aptak impersonated one and was sent to their planet to spy on them.

Wilameanis Incredible Hulk #137 (1971) Humanoids from planet Wilamean; identified members Arimathes (Earth-829; Olympian/Wilameanis hybrid), J'Webb, Captain Cybor, Layana Sweetwater (Earth-829).

Windhölme Marvel Preview #11 (1977) Frontier world located "just inside the rim," about a thousand parsecs out from Imperial Center (Sparta Empire?). A gentle rustic world, charted and settled by Scania refugees off Jaeger IV; residents slaughtered and enslaved by Imperial starfighters

Wobb Incredible Hulk #137 (1971) Andromeda galaxy race from planet Wobb-lar; telepathic semi-humanoids with light purple skin, antennae, two fingers and toes; able to allow communication between different languages; identified member Cerexo.

Wobbows Tales to Astonish #51 (1964) Metamorphs from planet Draconius; considered dangerous and most avoid their planet; change themselves to appear as whatever bait is most attractive to their enemies; identified member Wibbow.

Wommellies of Reality-62933 Tales of Suspense #33 (1962) Planet Wommell; phase through solid matter, but otherwise human-like; in a distant future, the Wommellies invaded Earth but were easily repelled; one native crash-landed and avoided capture by the military due to his human appearance, but he then phased through a brick wall (and possibly became stuck?)

Wy'nkar-7 Lunatik #1 (1995) Sentient planet whose plant species were devoured by the sole fauna, a being that became Lunatik.

Xaccans Strange Tales #93 (1962) Humanoids from planet Xaccus; bodies composed entirely of wax; society very similar to Earth.

Xandarians Nova #1 (1976) Andromeda galaxy race from planet Xandar; humanoid founders of the Nova Corps; Xandar controlled by collective intelligence of all deceased Xandarians known as the Worldmind; exterminated after attacks by Skrulls, Nebula and the Annihilation Wave; identified members Adora, Rieg Davan, Rhomann Dey, Kanan, Pyreus Kril, Gabriel Lan, Reban, Mexxa Rien, Thoran Rul, Garthan Saal, Tanak Valt.

Xantareans Tales to Astonish #73 (1965) Milky Way race from planet Xantar; semi-humanoid, amphibious race with immense strength; civilization degenerated into chaos; identified member Amphibion.

Xantha Fantastic Four #7 (1962) Milky Way race from planet Xanth and later New Xanth; semi-humanoid, yellow-skinned race with large cranium; entire population shrunk to four inches tall with assistance from Reed Richards; fled planet in two immense starships to escape collision with asteroid; traveled to new home planet; identified member Kurrgo.

Xanthimi X-Men Legacy #254 (2011) Planet, exploded, seemingly taking with it the sole anaphract from the Do Sha sect living there

Xartans Journey into Mystery #90 (1963) Aka Carbon Copy Men; Fornax galaxy race from planet Xarta; semi-humanoid, yellow-skinned Deviant race created by Celestials ages ago with imperialistic system; metamorphs that were able to duplicate appearance and abilities of others; could turn invisible and withstand vacuum; four were transformed into trees loosing their sentience and the ability to return to their true forms; hunted by Skrulls; hid out by posing as D'bari outpost; seemingly wiped out by the D'bari's petrification effect; identified members Ugarth, Zano.

Xarthians Nova #8 (2008) Purple-skinned race from planet Xarth III; protected by Luminals.

Xem Journey into Mystery #62 (1960) Large, white-furred race with vast mental powers; Xemnu attempted to recruit humans to repopulate his planet; identified member Xemnu the Titan.

Xenians Amazing Adult Fantasy #9 (1962) Planet Xenia (or Xeman), interstellar travel, human in appearance; a native traveled to Earth and introduced himself as an ambassador from another planet, but he departed after no one believed him (as it was April 1st).

Xeronians Incredible Hulk #103 (1968) Milky Way race from planet Xeron; orange-skinned semi-humanoids with one eye pointing in each direction; identified member Space Parasite (Randau).

Xixix Fantastic Four #261 (1984) Red-skinned semi-humanoids from planet Xiv; planet consumed by Galactus; remnants of population survived in space arcs; identified member Xxan Xxar.

Xordu Marvel Tales #149 (1956) Planet Xordu, Third galaxy; canine humanoids lived existence comparable to humanity; talent agent Sam Thurber auditioned a pantomimer.

Xorri Thor #215 (1973) Alleged ancestors of all humanoid races; their creation Xorr the God-Jewel covered their planet with nuclear force shield to protect itself when its sun went nova six million years ago; planet drifted through space, contracted to a fraction of its former size; energy field converted it into crystalline body; planet absorbed life force of Xorri and became sentient; accumulated further energy by destroying worlds; planned to conquer universe, however, the life force of the nova reduced Xorr to drifting space debris, much of which was collected by the Gramosians.

Yang Defenders #8 (2001) Grey-skinned semi-humanoids with large cranium from Yang, moon of the Delee system; attacked by Kree; helped by Silver Surfer.

Yirbek Avengers #14 (1965) Andromeda galaxy race from planet Yirb in the Bek system; reptilian bipeds; governed small empire in Andromeda galaxy until defeated in war with Skrulls centuries ago; take over by Skrulls and used as mercenaries in conflicts considered minor by galactic standards, including centuries-long siege of Kallu; recently took over Kallu and slaughtered most of the population.

Yorites She-Hulk: Cosmos in Collision #1 (2009) Red-skinned semi-humanoids from planet Yor; identified member Adula.

Yrds Tales of Suspense #54 (1964) Draco galaxy race from planet Yrest; semi-humanoids with one foot long horn on head; observed dumping nuclear waste into space by a Watcher; identified member Yoof.

Zalgodians Warlock and the Infinity Watch #31 (1994) Extinct race; formerly held and utilized the Zalkor.

Zann X-Men: Watchers on the Walls (2006) Milky Way galaxy; partially or completely composed of Chloritessmall and pale with "four-fingered hands," beady eyes, no nose, four pairs of canine teeth, covered by keratinous spines; identified member Seden Karm (aka John Chang)

Zarkons Sun Girl #3 (1948) Race from planet Zarko; opposed by Sun Girl.

Zaros Nova #24 (2009) Natives sought by Nu-Xandar (Worldmind possessing/possessed by Ego) to expand Nova Corps.

Zenn Tales to Astonish #37 (1962) immense (taller than mountains) but otherwise humanoid race neighboring Quo; a group of "Space Raiders" hired by Zenogg assaulted Quo (due to plans of the Quo to invade Zenn) but were easily overwhelmed by the giant (but much smaller than the Zenn) Quo.

Zennan Wolverine #133 (1933) White-skinned humanoids from planet Zenna; could detach spirit from their corporal bodies to possess others; identified member Aria.

Zenn-Lavians (Silver Surfer) Fantastic Four #48 (1966); (Zenn-La) Silver Surfer #1 (1968) Milky Way race from planet Zenn-La; long-lived technologically advanced humanoid society; identified members Yarro Gort, Norrin Konn, Elmar Radd, Jartan Radd, Norrin Radd (Silver Surfer), Fennan Radd, Shalla Bal, Warlord.

Zen-Whoberis Strange Tales #180 (1975) Green-skinned humanoids from planet Zen-Whoberi; peace-loving society attacked by Universal Church of Truth in Reality-7528; identified member Gamora.

Zeraphon Journey into Unknown Worlds #51 (1956) Planet Zeraphon (more than 2 million light years from Earth), ruled by tyranny & hate but otherwise highly developed in science, interstellar travel, and agriculture; green skin, averaged 6'9" tall, bald; 200 peace-loving exiles left Zeraphon and sought refuge on Earth in the US town of Lindville; representatives Neeg & Darg arranged for some vacant lots on the outskirts of town via real estate agent Henry Daniels, but they left Earth in search of a more tolerant planet after repeated persecution by bigots.

Zhalla'Klan Marvel Two-in-One #79 (1981) Humanoid race from planet Zhalla'Kla; capable of surviving in space without protection and able to move faster-than-light; identified member Shanga the Star-Dancer.

Zhynn (BTS) Starjammers #4 (2004); (seen) Starjammers #6 (2005) Energy beings; sought to unlock the secrets of the universe by breaking down matter; identified member K-zzat.

Z'lyztayans Fantastic Four #33 (2000) Semi-humanoid dinosaur race from planet Z'lyztaya; evolved from portion of mammalian genome; race slaughtered by Obliterator mothership; only four escaped destruction of planet; identified members Myranda, Quinn, Yssa, Zed.

Z'nox X-Men #65 (1970) Andromeda galaxy race from planet Z'noz; reptilian bipeds with planetwide dictatorship; shift entire planet into hyperspace to battle others; have conquered and plundered many planets.

Zundamites Fantastic Four #270 (1990) Milky Way race from planet Zundam; yellow-skinned semi-humanoids capable to survive in virtually any environment; identified member Mizix.

Zyndarians New Mutants #55 (1987) Pink-skinned humanoids with pointed ears; capable of flight (possibly due to wings on their costumes); identified member Rael.

unidentified Super-Spider-Man and Captain Britian Weekly #233 (1977) Telepathic semi-humanoids with big cranium; sent scout for energy sources to Earth; created Loch Ness Monster robot and various other robots; seen member Alien Beneath Loch Ness.

unidentified Strange Tales #98 (1962) Orange-skinned semi-humanoids with fin and tail; extremely long-lived; seen member alien champions.

unidentified Incredible Hulk III#21 (2000) assigned to guard hybrid alien corn, opposed the Ancients; members known only as One & Two took form of two white males in black suits and ties

unidentified Thor Annual 2001 (2001) Grey-skinned semi-humanoids; worshipped Kronitt and sacrificed their children to him; punished by him for insufficient worship; Desak empowered by Spirit to slaughter oppressive gods; identified members Almonnas Sterixian, Loatia Sterixian, Desak Sterixian.

unidentified Tales to Astonish #7 (1960) Long-lived giant semi-humanoids with three-fingered claws, insect eyes and white fur; colonized worlds after the dominant race died out; identified member Anuxa.

unidentified Uncanny X-Men I#125 (1979) humanoid, chalk-white skin, solid white eyes (no visible irises or pupils), large pointed ears, and hands which each had only three oversized(?) digits [two fingers plus a thumb]) ; identified members Arak and Arion.

unidentified Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme #2 (1989) amorphous, able to extend pseudopodia. member: Agamotto's former disciple.

unidentified <mentioned only in> Quasar #17 (1990) (Architect) Otherwise extinct; one of the first races to become sentient in the wake of the Big Bang.

unidentified Silver Surfer III #4 (1987) (Astronomer/Seginn Gallio) Humanoid race, otherwise extinct; one of the first races to become sentient in the wake of the Big Bang.

unidentified Silver Surfer #105 (1995) Reptilian semi-humanoids; identified members the Bandits including Captain Hawmaw.

unidentified Claws of the Cat #3 (1973) Feline humanoids with aquatic base on Earth.

unidentified Godzilla #12 (1978) Immense Beta Beast slain by Godzilla.

unidentified Godzilla #12 (1978) Beta Beast pictured in battle with Mega Monster

unidentified Godzilla #12 (1978) Unidentified numbers of giant creatures from various worlds and used as Beta Beasts in war against Megans/Mega Monsters; history only

unidentified Captain Marvel #10 (2003) Blue-skinned semi-humanoids with pointed ears and green eyes; Tlaango was submissive part of psycho-sexual relationship with Master/Caffrey; he sought vengeance on Karl Coven after he killed Caffrey; Tlaango directed Ulzak's army to Coven; identified members Borozik clan including Tlaango & Ulzak.

unidentified Deadpool Corps #4 (2010) Broken Blade (master criminal)

unidentified Fantastic Four #521 (2005) Brüm Nebula race; purple-skinned humanoids; sought for alliance against Galactus by Human Torch (Johnny Storm).

unidentified Quasar #37 (1992) (Caregiver/Rubanna Lagenris Quormo) Semi-humanoid race, otherwise extinct; one of the first races to become sentient in the wake of the Big Bang.

unidentified Marvel Two-In-One #7 (1982) (Champion/Tryco Slatterus) Semi-humanoid race, otherwise extinct; one of the first races to become sentient in the wake of the Big Bang.

unidentified Avengers #28 (1966) Humanoids from Cygnus X-1; identified members Collector (Taneleer Tivan), Carina, Matani.

unidentified Spider-Woman #7 (2000) Send the Cluster to test other worlds for suitability for conquering; unseen, unidentified

unidentified Marvel Treasury Edition: Captain America's Bicentennial Battles (1976) (Contemplator/Tath Ki) Semi-humanoid race, otherwise extinct; one of the first races to become sentient in the wake of the Big Bang.

unidentified Ms. Marvel #1 (2006) Blue-skinned semi-humanoid with tentacles as lower extremities; slaughtered Brood and sought power of Cavourite Crystals; bonded with Ms. Marvel (Danvers) and healed her repeatedly; identified member Cru.

unidentified Warlock & the Infinity Watch #38 (1995) Brown or grey-skinned semi-humanoids with white eyes; identified member Domitian.

unidentified Silver Surfer #23 (1989) Large green, dragon-like creatures, eight limbs, four eyes, spikes on back, tentacles, breathe fire; Cazalyte Crystal powered their engines, which were damaged by dying sun's radiation; landed on planet and asked natives for assistance; given Kartilon to sabotage their engines, destroying all their ships; only one survivor, who spent next 14 years attacking the natives; inadvertently killed by Silver Surfer.

unidentified Quasar #47 (1993) (Explorer/Zamanathan Rambunazeth) Semi-humanoid race, otherwise extinct; one of the first races to become sentient in the wake of the Big Bang.

unidentified Deadpool Corps #4 (2010) Eyeball (a smuggler), directed the Deadpool Corps to the Broken Blade

unidentified ??? Extinct race formerly serving as clerics to Rigellians; Recorders were based on them.

unidentified Marvel Premiere #28 (1976) Attacked Starseed's people in distant past and stole their mountain.

unidentified Silver Surfer: Danger Artifacts (1996) Brown-skinned race with large cranium; imprisoned elder demon millennia ago to use as their power source; eventually all passed onto a higher plane, except for one survivor who guarded the power source until killed by White Raven.

unidentified Tower of Shadows #6 (1970) Immense humanoids capable of limited space travel; identified members Fal Ton, Fan Ton.

unidentified X-Men #107 (1977) Feral humanoids; identified members Fang (and his many successors), Fang.

unidentified Captain America #383 (1991) (Father Time) Semi-humanoid race, otherwise extinct; one of the first races to become sentient in the wake of the Big Bang.

unidentified Quasar #58 (1994) Humanoid lagamorphs; vastly superhuman speed; identified member Fooferah.

unidentified X-Men Legacy #255 (2011) (The Friendless) Insectoid; Friendless has vast psychic powers

unidentified Marvel Comics Presents #69 (1991) Built semi-organic vessels capable of sentient thought and regenerative abilities.

unidentified X-Men #40 (1968) Built Frankenstein Monster robot.

unidentified Tales of Suspense #5 (1959) (Gammus) Orange-skinned semi-humanoid race with tentacles as arms; Gammus disguised as robot; rendered inert and placed in museum.

unidentified Marvel Team-Up #55 (1977) (Gardener/Ord Zyonz) Semi-humanoid race, otherwise extinct; one of the first races to become sentient in the wake of the Big Bang.

unidentified Silver Surfer #98 (1994) Gave power wristlets to Champion, slaughtered by him.

unidentified <mentioned only in> Quasar #47 (1993) (Grand Astrogator) Otherwise extinct; one of the first races to become sentient in the wake of the Big Bang.

unidentified Quasar #51 (1993) Ten feet tall creatures covered in armor; extremely long-lived; capable of interdimensional travel and able to transform objects at their desire with metamorphic energies; identified member Geometer

unidentified Warheads #6 (1992) (Wizard Majestrix Ghenghis) Humanoid race; sword and sorcery race on low technology level; ruled by Wizard Majestrix from the Tower Palace.

unidentified Amazing Adventures #1 (1961) (Gjo, Vaag) Split by parasitic world-conquering Vaag sub-species and the Gjo that hunt down the Vaag to stop them from infiltrating other races.

unidentified Tales of Suspense #15 (1961) (Googam, Goom, Shivoor) Orange-skinned, giant, semi-humanoids; natives of Planet X; capable of flight and telekinesis.

unidentified Strange Tales I#49 (1956) (Gorr, 4 others) Green-skinned, 4' tall, wore pressurized suits, shrill voices; abandoned plans of conquest after they failed to impress Vicki Lund; they were unaware she was blind and assumed them to have been children playing a game

unidentified New Mutants #66 (1988) (Gossamyr) Humanoid larval form, females are able to manipulate emotions of those around them; adults are immensely powerful gigantic creatures with power to destroy entire planets, require millennia of dormancy within cocoons or emerge as insanely destructive monsters, their cocoons are coveted due to value; Gossamyr's family was prematurely awakened by Spyder and destroyed when Lila Cheney teleported them to the surface of a star.

unidentified Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme #2 (1989) Ancient race, all or part possibly existing as the collective known as the Great Many.

unidentified world X-Men: Spotlight on Starjammers#1 (1990) Dead world (described as a moon by some sources and a planet as others) in Grof system; former home to Vam and Mer; one of the map-pods to the Phalkon was transported here. 

unidentified Quasar #58 (1994) (Gzoom) Turtle-like extraterrestrials; participated in Galactic Marathon; sabotaged by Fooferah in initial race.

unidentified Tales of Suspense #37 (1963) (Haag) Green-skinned semi-humanoids twice a humans size; technologically advanced.

unidentified Starjammers #1 (2004) (Brom, Committee, Darby Hawk, Tolo Hawk, Lenise, Anazar Prime, Princess Sabra, Verdian Terce) - Humanoid race from planet Kinshaa; highly advanced technology and military; monarchy threatend by subversive Committee; members of Union of Intelligent Races; in war with Thorns, whose seeds were used by Committe to gain superhuman powers; war with Thorns ended with help from Starjammers.

unidentified Tales to Astonish #67 (1965) (Hidden Man) Extraterrestrial semi-humanoids; Hidden Man used ray in effort to drain powers of others, sought size and power of Giant-Man, taken for punishment by race for attempting to conquer an inferior race; Hidden Man sent to Earth during Maximum Security.

unidentified Silver Surfer #23 (1989) (High Astronomer, High Sheriff) Humanoid race; spared from Galactus in past by Silver Surfer; sabotaged engines of race of dragons that landed on their planet; killed all but one, who took vengeance on them for 14 years; slew thousands before it was destroyed by Silver Surfer.

unidentified Avengers Spotlight #24 (1989) (Hji) Semi-humanoids with four tentacles as arms; Hji was a member of SHIELD (Society of Higher Interstellar Education and Logistical Development).

unidentified X-Men Legacy #220 (2009) brown monstrous humanoid with glowing eyes. identified member Horse

unidentified Tales of Suspense #6 (1959) ("Howler") Giant red-skinned semi-humanoid race; an infant threw extended tantrum on Earth until rescued by parents.

unidentified Journey into Mystery #84 (1962) ("Iceberg Alien") Pale skin, fish-like eyes; native came to Earth to help humanity, departed after natives failed to believe his existence.

unidentified X-Men #107 (1977) insectoid bipeds; possibly Ch"rp; one native was a member of the Shi'ar Imperial Guard.

unidentified Quasar #47 (1993) (Judicator) Semi-humanoid race, otherwise extinct; one of the first races to become sentient in the wake of the Big Bang.

unidentified Tales of Suspense #56 (1964) (Kalthea) Kingdom of Queen Kalthea once threatened by barbarians; saved by Uatu, who spurned her affections due to his oath of non-interference.

unidentified Fantastic Four #520 (2005) (Karragan the Unforgiving) Planet consumed by Galactus; Karragan survived and sought vengeance, battled and nearly killed by the cosmic-powered Human Torch.

unidentified Astonishing #56 (1956) (Kartu Kon) Seemingly orange-skinned humanoids; four explorers crashed on fourth planet of Antares; took underground shelter to escape hostile environment.

unidentified Deadpool Corps #3 (2010) Keena (with Shwirzel, possibly a member of this or another race) allowed Deadpool to hitchhike with them to Glorfin's moon.

unidentified Force Works #15 (1995) (Kiwi) Semi-humanoids with pteranodon-like heads; live on planet Roost.

unidentified Uncanny X-Men #358 (1998) (Korel) Yellow-green skinned humanoids; peaceful race; planet razed by the Chritt.

unidentified Fantastic Four #564 (2009) - BTS, #565 (2009) (Korgo) Korgo protected Scotland town from all disease and illness for thousands of years, and in return demanding one child every 25 years for sustenance; Rhona had sacrificed her child last. When Korgo had demanded Angus, Hamish and Muriel instead brought in the FF, promising Korgo one of their children; Reed Richards built a preserve for Korgo.

unidentified Tales to Astonish #33 (1962) (Koru) Attempted to conquer Earth; Victor Marshall impersonated Koru and convinced the invaders to flee by telling them there was a lethal germ on Earth.

unidentified Amazing Adventures #6 (1961) Yellow-skinned semi-humanoids; access to matter transmitters.

unidentified Tales to Astonish #31 (1961) (Kusoom) Four-armed, four-legged, green-skinned race; Kusoom used machine to impersonate Nikita Kruschev for the final two years of his rule.

unidentified Tales of Suspense #19 (1961) (Maaboo) Long-lived metamorph race; Maaboo came to Earth in the mountains of Burma years ago, forced natives to give him gold, told them he would be back for more, actually sought an example of humanity's worst to bring back to his world, abducted Dirk Collins.

unidentified Thor #157 (October, 1968) Marauding race that nearly conquered Asgard, after which Odin trapped with Mangog as a living prison he created; restored to existence and returned to their world by Odin in recent years.

unidentified Fantastic Four #33 (2000) (M'yanda/Miranda, Quinn, Yssa, Zed/Howler) Dinosaur-like humanoids; planet and most of race destroyed @ 10 years ago by obliterator mothership; four survived and escaped to earth via wormhole, although Yssa died in the process; Zed was driven insane, and Miranda & Quinn posed as humans in town of Revelation in American midwest.

unidentified Legion of Monsters #1 (1975) (Manphibian) Amphibian semi-humanoids; arrived on earth over 1000 years ago, revived in 1975; Manphibian served in SHIELD's Howling Commandos monster force.

unidentified Iron Man #33 (2000) (Maximus Power) Society based on mysticism, science is a crime; blue humanoid bipeds, elongated ear lobes.

unidentified Deadpool #22 (1998) (Council of Elders, Milos, Tiamat) Sent Tiamat to Earth 3000 years ago to prepare for destruction of S'met'kth/Messiah/Destroyer; blue-skinned, semi-humanoid, amphibious, telepathic.

unidentified Tales to Astonish #53 (1964) (Mingo) Conquered other races, such as Asikii and Deltonians until fought off by Colossus.

unidentified Quasar #58 (1994) (Miximixum) Centipede-like competitor in Galactic Marathon, tripped and taken out of the race by Fooferah.

unidentified Strange Tales #92 (1962) (Monster) Sent to Earth to study it, encountered the "weird old geezer"; alter appearance to appear human, fly, weakness to water.

unidentified Tales to Astonish #23 (1962) (Monster in the Iron Mask) Extraterrestrial, scout for invading force, proved immune to any attack except gas, from which his mask protected him, fled when a magician realized that he was not wearing any mask and convinced the army to threaten him with gas; superhuman strength, virtually invulnerable.

unidentified Tales to Astonish #18 (1961) (Monsteroso) Youthful extraterrestrial, rampaged through New York until parents came for him.

unidentified Tales to Astonish #23 (1961) (Moomba) Extraterrestrial wood creature, ruler of his race.

unidentified USAgent #1 (2001) (neurosynaptic lifeform) Maternal being allegedly arrived on Earth during events of Maximum Security; USAgent suspected it was genetically engineered by SHIELD.

unidentified Marvel Mystery Comics #42 (1943) (Notoi) Led people inhabiting a mobile asteroid in assault on Earth, apparently slain by Vision (Aarkus).

unidentified Silver Surfer III #4 (1987) (Obliterator/Maht Pacle) Humanoid race, otherwise extinct; one of the first races to become sentient in the wake of the Big Bang.

unidentified Fantastic Four #34 (2000) Long dead race; created Obliterator, an interstellar scourge, in distant past; Obliterator has eliminated numerous extraterrestrial races (including the Z'lyztayans), inadvertently summoned to earth by Reed Richards' interstellar transceiver, Reed destroyed the mothership by exploding a time crystal in it, which scattered its portions throughout the timestream; an immense mothership locates a planet and then sends a nearly invincible warrior to decimate it, contains thousands of inactive forms, which can be replaced as needed.

unidentified Tales of Suspense #27 (1962) Oog Incredibly large extraterrestrials; Oog's ship crashed on Earth ages ago, frozen in what would become the Arctic after etching the distress term "Oog" in the ice, discovered in 1962 and brought to the USA for study; ice thawed, revived, panicked and rampaged briefly before telepathically reassuring everyone and sending a message to his people, who came and retrieved him; super-size and strength, telepathy, telekinesis.

unidentified Tales to Astonish #39 (1963) (Ozamm) Orange-skinned, scaly race with advanced technology.

unidentified Tales of Suspense #1 (1959) (Ozt, Zak) Green-skinned semi-humanoids; plotted conquering Earth, abandoned plot after humanity overcame their phase 1 shrinking test.

unidentified Howard the Duck #2 (1976) (Phelch) Sole survivor of race of space-faring vegetables; briefly merged with Arthur Winslow as the Turnip-Man.

unidentified Thor #235 (1975) (Possessor/Kamo Tharnn) Humanoid race, otherwise extinct; one of the first races to become sentient in the wake of the Big Bang.

unidentified Captain America Annual #3 (1976) Pursued Captive to Earth; sent Stalkers, Combatron & Magnoids, among others after him; sent Captive into Epsilon Four.

unidentified Strange Tales #78 (1960) Humanoid race; their Queen sought out ugly man on Earth due to boredom with the beautiful appearances of the people on her planet, proposed to the Gargoyle.

unidentified Human Torch Comics#35 (1949) (Red Star Man) - flaming extraterrestrial, sole survivor of "giant red star"; opposed by Human Torch (Jim Hammond)

unidentified Warheads #13 (1993) Reptile men on swamp planet.

unidentified Silver Surfer #11 (1988) (Reptyl) Extraterrestrial, reptilian biped, native of race from within Coalsack Nebula.

unidentified Fantastic Four #521 (2005) Dragon race from planet Rohkyn III; visited by cosmic-powered Human Torch while seeking allies against Galactus.

unidentified Tales to Astonish #19 (1961) (Rommbu) Race from 4th galaxy; Rommbu led to a volcanic eruption by John Hunter, captured by Collector, freed by Mole Man, banished into the Negative Zone.

unidentified New Defenders #143 (1985) (Runner/Gilpetperdon) Semi-humanoid race, otherwise extinct; one of the first races to become sentient in the wake of the Big Bang.

unidentified Iron Man #37 (1971) (S'tan'd'ard) Green-skinned semi-humanoids with suction cups; hired Worldform Inc. to terraform Earth.

unidentified Marvel Two-in-One #34 (1977) (Shambler) Shambler sought members of race who had crashed on Earth in 1908, revived in modern era by Kyle Richmond, mistaken for monster and slain by father of a girl it rescued; numerous tendrils able to heal others on contact, emit smoke from mouth that causes humans to sleep.

unidentified Tales to Astonish #54 (1964) (Shann the Conqueror) Humanoid race; their leader Shann became unpopular after conquering the Andromians caused taxes and work to raise to support them.

unidentified Quasar #48 (1993) (Skeletron) Mechanical race from Turgentine Techenium; last survivor Skeletron led Starblasters; brought Kayla Ballantine to the Stranger to have him locate her place of origin, sought to drain off all the Starbrand energy from Earth-New Universe, trapped in that dimension by Stranger, but that earth itself was brought into Earth-616 dimension.

unidentified Journey into Mystery #65 (1961) (Kragoo) Green-skinned semi-humanoids; the mutated Kragoom were sent to conquer Earth in 1961, unwittingly trapped self within statue transfer self into another person or object once, from which point could have mesmerized the entire planet.

unidentified World War Hulk: World Breaker #1 (2007) Space scavengers, attempted to claim stone starship, slaughtered by Hulk.

unidentified Nextwave #4 (2006) (Spa-Fon, Squa-Tront) Granted power to the future Captain, beaten up by him.

unidentified Thor #419 (1990) (Stellaris) Technologically advanced race; world judged unworthy and destroyed by Celestials; Stellaris seeks to destroy Celestials, killed Replicoid, inadvertently completed birthing of a Celestial in attempt to destroy them all.

unidentified Silver Surfer: Dangerous Artifacts #1 (1996) (Survivor) Race that had harnessed an elder demon as their power source; last one killed by White Raven.

unidentified Silver Surfer #½ (1998) (Sympira) Forced to flee home planet centuries ago when Sympira forced their sun to go nova, settled on another planet.

unidentified Strange Tales 75 (1960) (Taboo) Peace-loving space travelers, reclaimed Taboo when he attacked Earth.

unidentified Annihilation: Silver Surfer#2 (2006) (Tama Maru, Tarq Maru) Race from Tercera Prime; sole survivor Tarq Maru saved from dying on his world by Silver Surfer, delivered to ship carrying survivors from other worlds.

unidentified X-Men #107 (1977) tentacled cyclopeans; one native was a member of the Shi'ar Imperial Guard.

unidentified Tales to Astonish #30 (1962) ("Thing from the Hidden Swamp") Large orange-skinned beings; could alter appearance of others; telepaths.

unidentified Strange Tales #81 (1961) ("Thing in Cell 13") Can take human form; one got arrested in Bort for walking the wrong way, his alien race took the entire prison in the process of rescuing him.

unidentified Tales to Astonish #16 (1961) (Thorg) Giant, long-lived, grey-skinned beings; heads resemble Easter Island statues; planted agents on numerous worlds, including Earth, over a million years ago, intending to activate them years later to conquer those worlds.

unidentified Savage Sword of Conan #11 (1976) Three men seeking Jewel from Beyond came to Earth; mesmerize others, kill with a touch.

unidentified Conan the Barbarian #146 (1983) Three sisters (Ceres, Estrogone, Mala) temporarily trapped in Hyborian era; utilized Conan to obtain power ring of Quiquayquod to return home.

unidentified (BTS) Amazing Spider-Man #2 (1963); Captain Marvel #27 (1973) Green-skinned semi-humanoids; some served as Thanos-Thralls; Tinkerer used their likeness for disguises for his agents.

unidentified Amazing Adventures #1 (1961) (Torr) Large semi-humanoids with vast psychic powers; can exchange bodies with others; use spacecrafts for interplanetary flight.

unidentified Silver Surfer #4 (1987) (Trader/Cort Zo Tinnus) Humanoid race, otherwise extinct; one of the first races to become sentient in the wake of the Big Bang.

unidentified Tales to Astonish #21 (1961) (Trull) unidentified planet and system, from Delta Centurius galaxy; Robotic bodies, able to transfer life essence into other mechanical forms upon death; advanced technology, warp drive starships, gamma antimatter rays that shrink objects, create pollens that grow plants at enormous rate and size.

unidentified Avengers #209 (1981) (Tus'au) On the very edge of the Milky Way galaxy; eons ago, their civilization thrived, wedding high science with high sorcery, bringing an epoch of peace and plentitude to the known worlds; greatest of the scientist-wizards, Tus'au created the Resurrection Stone, but its life-giving powers led to massive wars to possess it, eventually bringing ruin to a million planets; the gem was lost, left to legend until recent millennia.

unidentified Osborn #1 (2011) Semi-humanoid reptilian bipeds; Xirdal's ship was struck by an experimental US craft in early 1950s.

unidentified World of Fantasy #18 (1959) (XR79B) Apparently humanoid race of space travelers

unidentified Thor #428 (1991) (Zalaski) Humanoids; planet temporarily subjugated by Juggernaut.

unidentified Journey into Mystery #56 (1960) (Zog) Thousand feet tall, white-furred semi-humanoids; one became trapped on Earth, encased self within iceberg and inscribed the word "ZOG" on the surface (meaning SOS), discovered in 1960, released by Burton, encased self in another iceberg.

unidentified Secret Wars #4 (1984) (Zsaji) Humanoid race; can spend lifeforce to heal others; Beyonder used part of their homeworld to create Battleworld; encountered many Earth heros; Zsaji spent entire lifeforce to save heroes from Dr. Doom's attack.

unidentified Tales to Astonish #28 (1962) Benevolent, covered Earth in a thick fog to obscure them and prevent them from being destroyed by the Mong

unidentified Tales to Astonish #25 (1961) Conquerors driven from Earth by Monstrollo, after which the more peaceful class rose up and took power; the new peaceful rulers traveled to Earth and rebuilt Monstrollo for Charles Hudson to restore his career.

unidentified Tales of Suspense #40 (1963) Green-skinned semi-humanoids with uni-brow, three fingers (including thumb), no nose and beak-like mouth; created Gargantus robot and sent it to take over the town of Granville; plot stopped by Iron Man (Tony Stark); later robot attack stopped by Captain America (Steve Rogers).

unidentified Incredible Hulk #112 (1969) Green, amorphous race with large eyes and many tentacles; created Galaxy Master, who slew the whole race.

unidentified Super Spider-Man and Captain Britain#233 (1977) Semi-humanoid with tentacles on head and psychic powers; require large amounts of energy; search universe for power sources; one traveled to Earth centuries ago and made plans to harness power of the sun; disguised ship to appear as pre-historic monster and hid within Loch Ness, attacked students of Thames University who investigated the loch, attempted to steal power of the Star-Sceptre.

unidentified Hostess Ad, ie. Defenders #73 (1979) Pitted Torgo against the Thing.

unidentified Fantastic Four #241 (1982) Green-skinned semi-humanoids; one native's ship crashed on Earth in past; encountered and killed by soldiers of Caligula; possessed armor with great energy manipulating powers which was then taken by Gaius Tiberius Augustus Agrippa.

unidentified Marvel Comics Presents #21 (1989) Green-skinned, semi-humanoids with tails; intergalactic warriors that sought to use Earth as an armory; utilized humans as pawns; plans thwarted by Earth's heroes.

unidentified Thor #314 (1981) Yellow creatures, telepathic, resembling jellyfish, live in hive, one attached itself to Drax's head after he penetrated the hive.

unidentified Warheads #3 (1992) Colonists crashed on planet of poison atmosphere, able to adapt to native form.

unidentified Warheads #4 (1992) Green skin, bald, pointy ears, serve Aeish.

unidentified Darkhawk #39 (1994) Armored semi-humanoids; attempted to steal Fraternity of Raptors amulet.

unidentified Spider-Man: Venom Factor (1994) Radiation-eating race.

unidentified Venom: Nights of Vengeance #1 (1994) Some took over bodies of mercenaries to form the Stalkers.

unidentified ClanDestine #8 (1995) Green insectoids; attempted takeover of Earth in 1615; fough off by Adam Destine.

unidentified Silver Surfer #106 (1995) Humanoid race; planet consumed by Galactus.

unidentified Shadows and Light #3 (1998) Ancient race that created Kallreich the Unconquerable genetic construct.

unidentified Thor Annual 2001 (2001) Black-skinned humanoids; worshipped Pennsu & Tae.

unidentified Fantastic Four #530 (2005) Native condemned to death for discovering the secret of the universe, sent cosmic ray storm that empowered the Fantastic Four, traveled to Earth and led Reed Richards back to the Big Bang to guide the creation of the universe.

unidentified Amazing Fantasy #15 (2006) Mechanoid race; built Utopia Centres on Earth, intending to put an end to war, disease, and famine, but agents of GRAMPA destroyed them, because mankind thrived through adversity.

unidentified I (heart) Marvel: My Mutant Heart #1 (2006) Native traveled to Earth in hopes of taking Lila Cheney's guitar for his fan club.

unidentified Big Hero Six #4 (2009) Diminutive, discovered by Big Hero Six, trapped deep within research facility while on field trip, freed by BH6, returned home to do homework.

unidentified Deadpool#900 (2009) Briefly kidnapped Deadpool while he was trying to deliver some dead Russians to Chico for disposal.

unidentified Deadpool Corps #5 (2010) Pre-dated the Big Bang; the Awareness was the sole survivor until it was executed by the Deadpool Corps

unidentified Nova: The Origin of Richard Rider #1 (2010) Ymir gas giant system? 4-armed green aliens, protected by Nova from giant red aliens

unidentified Nova: The Origin of Richard Rider #1 (2010) Ymir gas giant system? Giant red aliens fought by Nova to protect 4-armed green aliens

unidentified Deadpool #33 (2011) red-horned beings; some (or one?) was a leader in the Exto Clan

unidentified Deadpool #33 (2011) hammerhead beings; some were members in the Exto Clan

unidentified Deadpool #33 (2011) green cyclopean beings; some were members in the Exto Clan

unidentified Deadpool #33 (2011) pink curled head-projection beings; some were members in the Exto Clan

unidentified planet Deadpool #34 (2011) frozen wasteland to which the Ongulians and former colonizers of Urrulu were relocated by Deadpool to escape Id.

unidentified Astonishing X-Men #66 (2013) tentacled creatures; a child fled to Earth to avoid transforming into monstrous form as an adult, transformed people around it into a zombie-like state; encountered X-Men, eventually returned to own world.

unidentified Gambit #15 (2013) grey/whale-faced, tall, three-fingered aliens; brought to Earth by Gambit's criminal ally Kahlil who made illegal passports and promised the aliens sanctuary; when the Maggia opposed, Gambit arranged peace by agreeing to send the aliens to New Orleans to his allies

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