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  • Aries

    The previous Aries, Marcus Lassiter, was killed during an unsuccessful attempt to seize the island of Manhattan and hold it for ransom. Little is known about this Aries, except that his skin color indicates he is not Caucasian. He seems to be a good …

  • Pisces

    Virtually nothing is known about Pisces other than that she appears to be an Atlantean. Namor, the Sub-Mariner, might know more about her, but no one has yet approached the prickly and prideful king of Atlantis for further information.

  • Virgo

    Virgo's true identity is unknown, but she seems to have a penchant for the finer things in life, as shown by her frequent involvement in robberies, bank heists, and other crimes for material gain. She rarely participates in the Cartel's terrorist …

  • Cancer

    Little to nothing is known about Cancer's true identity, other than that he seems to be particularly active around the area of Houston, Texas.

  • Uggthultu

    Uggthultu is an ancient abomination sealed beneath Lake Michigan by the Potawatomi tribe in prehistoric times. The last true shaman of the Illini line sealed the horror beneath the waters, keeping it dreaming but not dead until the stars came right again, …

  • Pack Rat

    Eugene Jergens was a typical kid, into action figures, comic books, and baseball cards. As he grew up and his hobbies took up more and more space, he became an avid collector. After his marriage, he eventually became addicted to internet gambling and …

  • "Gentleman" Jack Morelli

    John Morelli knew from a young age that his family was involved in crime, but it wasn't until after he graduated from college with a degree in business administration that he found out how deep the association went. His father, Anton Morelli, was a don of …

  • Madame Masque

    Born as Giulietta Nefaria, the daughter of the master criminal Count Luchino Nefaria, the corrupt count decided that he wanted a normal, safe life for his daughter and gave her to the wealthy industrialist Byron Frost to raise. Spending most of her life …

  • Twist

    Ronald Sherman and his sister Veronica are from Chicago's Lower East Side, lower middle class kids who got into drugs and punk music out of boredom and a sense of dissatisfaction. They were both exposed to a new designer drug that killed most of the other …

  • Shout

    Veronica Sherman and her brother Ronald are from Chicago's Lower East Side, lower middle class kids who got into drugs and punk music out of boredom and a sense of dissatisfaction. They were both exposed to a new designer drug that killed most of the …

  • Hulk

    Bruce Banner was a physicist working on the implications of gamma radiation when he was accidentally exposed to one of his own experiments. The blast should have killed him but instead it turned him into an emerald-skinned monster, a creature that the …

  • Luke Cage

    A Chicago native, Luke Cage volunteered for a secret experiment that granted him super-strength and unbreakable skin. Unlike many people with his impoverished background, Luke chose to become a hero under the name of Power Man. Working with fellow hero …

  • Viper

    Born Ophelia Sarkissian in war-torn Eastern Europe, the girl who would one day be called Viper had her face terribly scarred during one of the many wars in her homeland. She was taken in by Hydra as a young girl and raised in the organization's ruthless, …

  • Anaconda

    Blanche "Blondie" Sitznski was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She worked as a steelworker until executives at the Roxxon Oil Company selected her to become a special agent in covert operations. She was already well adjusted to villainy, as she was the …

  • Bushmaster

    Quincy McIver was born on a Caribbean island and grew into an accomplished thief. He became a quadruple amputee when he lost his arms and legs in a boating accident while trying to evade the police underwater. Shortly later, the Roxxon Oil Company …

  • Death Adder

    Roland Burroughs underwent surgery thanks to the Roxxon Oil company, giving him gills, claws, and a bionic tail, as well as certain other physiological changes. As a result of a mistake during the surgery to give him gills, Burroughs was rendered mute. …

  • King Cobra

    Klaus Voorhees was born in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Klaus was an ex-convict and the Dutch laboratory assistant to Professor Schecktor, a scientist working in India and looking for a cure to snake bites. Unsatisfied with his lower condition, and intent …

  • Rattler

    Very little is known about Rattler before his appearance as a supervillain. His accent and attitude suggest he is German, but even that is uncertain. Rattler underwent major bionic enhancement at some point, granting him a lengthy tail grafted to his …

  • Baron Wolfgang von Strucker

    Wolfgang von Strucker was a Nazi officer in World War II and one of the founders of Hydra. He has battled Captain America, Nick Fury, and even Spider-Man, but his primary foes have always been agents of SHIELD. The Death Spore Virus that grants him his …

  • Wrecker

    Given his godlike powers by the Norn Queen, former demolitions expert and laborer Dirk Garthwaite learned that his crowbar was similarly enchanted. He took on Thor several times before recruiting three other criminals and giving them a portion of his …

  • Bulldozer

    Former Master Sergeant Henry Camp was dishonorably discharged and ended up in Ryker’s Island prison, where he joined [[:wrecker | the Wrecker]]’s Wrecking Crew. He much prefers acting with the Wrecker than acting alone, being more of a follower than a …

  • Piledriver

    Bored farmboy Brian Calusky was sent to jail for criminal activity, which is where he met the Wrecker. Joining the Wrecking Crew and gaining amazing strength and endurance, Calusky’s hands also increased in size. He likes being part of a team and hates …

  • Thunderball

    World-renowned physicist Dr. Eliot Franklin was a pioneer in gamma-bomb research and technology but was swindled out of his patents by his employers. Turning to crime, he was locked away in Ryker’s Island prison and joined the Wrecker’s Wrecking Crew in …

  • Kang the Conqueror

    Very little is known for certain about the tyrannical Kang the Conqueror, save that he has been one of the deadliest foes of both the Avengers and the Fantastic Four. He claims to come from the 30th Century, but he has been encountered in the present, in …

  • Bullseye

    A mercenary of mystery, nothing is really known about the man called Bullseye. Once, he was captured and interrogated in a highly secured U.S. prison, and he related many details about his early life, such as the time his brother set fire to their home …

  • Fixer

    Norbert Ebersol was a child prodigy with such great mechanical aptitude that he took apart and repaired an alarm clock at age 3. By 10, he had built a small electric automobile; by 13, a relatively complex robotic arm--both from readily available spare …

  • Grim Reaper

    Eric Williams, the brother of Simon Williams (also known as Wonder Man), was born in Paterson, New Jersey. Eric was always the black sheep of his family. His mother would tell him that he was "born bad," while heaping affection on Simon. Eric's father was …

  • MODOK

    Scientists at Advanced Idea Mechanics (AIM) created MODOK to analyze and probe the cosmic cube and to improve the organization's productivity in its scientific endeavors, while still being subservient to the higher echelons of the organization. To that …

  • Taskmaster

    Tony Masters gained an ability known as "photographic reflexes" during a mission as a SHIELD agent. This ability enabled him to watch another person's physical movements and duplicate them without any practice, no matter how complex. It was only limited …

  • Constrictor

    Once a SHIELD agent assigned to infiltrate the criminal organization known as the Corporation, Frank Payne switched sides and become an underworld killer for hire. He uses a pair of coils, originally made of adamantium and now composed of vibranium, to …

  • Solo

    Solo is a former soldier that has been both a hero and a villain throughout his long career. The survivor of an experimental procedure that granted teleportation to soldiers in the Army, Solo is a deadly soldier, but he is not otherwise superhuman. …

  • Grizzly

    Theodore Winchester was one of the members of Cable's mercenary group originally named the Wild Pack. Grizzly participated in the Wild Pack's raid on a HYDRA base a number of years ago where the Wild Pack became affiliated with SHIELD. Grizzly also …

  • Domino

    The woman who would become known as Domino was actually the result of a top-secret government breeding program intended to develop the perfect weapon. Domino was the only test subject to survive, but her "luck" power was deemed a failure to meet the …

  • The Judge

    The Judge is the ghost of Herman Mudgett, aka H.H. Holmes, America's first serial killer. While Mudgett was executed in Philadelphia, his worst crimes were committed in Chicago, and that's where his spirit has returned to commit its new crimes. This time, …

  • The Jury

    A man with the uncanny ability to split himself into many copies, the Jury act as the [[:judge | Judge]]’s hand. He splits himself up into as many individual selves as needed to play all the parts in the Judge’s sadistic courtroom dramas. The Jury is …

  • The Executioner

    Skruge is an immortal Asgardian, of the same race as Thor but far crueler. He lives only for battle and slaughter, caring not for justice or mercy. He often works together with mortals in order to further his taste for combat, though his "partners" often …

  • Pharaoh Rama-Tut

    Rama-Tut is actually Nathaniel Richards, supposedly a descendant of Doctor Doom from the 30th Century. He stole a time machine built by his ancestor and traveled to the future to steal yet more technology, but was attacked by a powerful foe. In …