Kingpin

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Attributes
Eyes:

Black

Features:

Typically well-dressed

Height:

7'

Weight:

Very, very, solid build

Powers
Abilities:

Deceptively fast and effective in physical combat, an excellent strategist, ruthless in running his criminal empire

Limitations:

Totally obeisant to his wife

Strength Level:

Very strong human

Weapons:

Laser cane

Summary
Citizenship:

U.S. National

Created By:

Stan Lee, John Romita__Sr., Mickey Demeo

Current Occupation:

Unknown

Dual Identity:

Generally Known

Education:

Average

Former Aliases:

The Brainwasher

Former Bases:

Fisk Towers

Former Occupation:

Kingpin of Crime

Known Allies:

Many hired villains and thugs

Known Relatives:

Son (Richard Fisk), Wife (Vanessa Fisk)

Legal Status:

Unknown

Major Enemies:

Daredevil, Spider-Man, The Rose, Hammerhead, the Lobo Brothers, and other known crime bosses.

Marital Status:

Married

Place of Birth:

Unknown

Real Name:

Wilson Fisk

Usual Bases:

Unknown

Background

Wilson Fisk grew up poor and powerless, with a criminal father. He was picked on by other kids for being overweight, but learned to use his size to his advantage. He studied political science and became a ruthless organizer of New York's street gangs. He quickly climbed the criminal ranks, from drug pusher to assassin to Kingpin. Though he publicly claims to merely be the trader of Asian spices, his business is in the drug trade and Fisk runs the criminal underworld absolutely.

Although the Kingpin became Daredevil's personal enemy later on, his first appearance was in Amazing Spider-Man #50. He is a large man, who gives the illusion of being fat, until you get close and see that all the bulk is really solid muscle.

He dressed well, and originally carried a diamond-topped ray-projecting 'Obliterater Cane', although at some stage it seems to have been replaced with something less lethal - as its obliteration powers weren't seen much in later books. He was married to a strong-willed woman, Vanessa Fisk, who made several appearances. Kingpin and Spider-Man are well matched opponents. Kingpin was very strong, and deceptively quick in a battle. Fisk decisively beat Spider-Man while the two battled over Captain George Stacy. The police captain was brainwashed into letting Fisk's thugs steal official police documents from police headquarters. Kingpin was later captured by the police, and he insinuated that Spider-Man was his ally in the theft of the Tablet of Time. This was when he broke into the Empire State University exhibit hall where a student protest was underway, attended by Peter Parker and Randy Robertson.

If anything good can be said about Wilson Fisk, its that he keeps the gangs under control. Before his arrival but after the fall of the Big Man, the gang leaders (such as Lucky Lobo and the Crime Master) were constantly at war with each other, as Kingpin wannabe's battled to be at the top. This caused countless civilian casualties. However, he was still as ruthless and violent as any of the other mob heads, and he soon came into conflict with Spider-Man. He quickly defeated Spidey after one of their first battles, and nearly killed him, along with J. Jonah Jameson, after the newspaper owner refused to stop running stories about a New York crime wave.

His son, Richard Fisk, appears in a couple of early issues as The Schemer, and then again much later as The Rose, both of which were Richard's attempts to de-throne his father. Upon learning of the Schemer's identity, Fisk went into catatonic shock. Trying to earn his father's forgiveness, Richard joined the criminal cartel called Hydra. Fisk came back to his senses, and became very proud of his son for his part in Hyrda. However, he needed to come to Richard's rescue when he learned that he was being used by the Red Skull. He saved his son and stopped the Red Skull with the help of Captain America. Richard was badly hurt in the battle, but was saved by his father, who used a machine to transfer Spider-Man's life energy into Richard.

Fisk was later drawn into a spat between Doctor Octopus and Leland Owlsley (the Owl) over a neutron bomb. Owlsley wanted the bomb as blackmail and Ock just wanted to use it. Octavius attempted to steal a detonation device from Fisk after Kingpin refused to join him in his war against the Owl. Fisk outwitted him, as the device that Octopus stole was a fake. The Black Cat then stole the real activator for the bomb right out of Fisk's hands. After Ock kidnapped the Cat, Spider-Man went to the Kingpin for information. Fisk told him that he was going to evacuate his organization and himself from New York City before the bomb went off. If Spider-Man wanted to stop Octavius, he would most likely be found at the Owl's hideout.

In a somewhat odd moment, Fisk did a personal kindness for Spider-Man after the vigilante defeated the Vulturions in front of the Kingpin's building. The criminals, hearing that the Kingpin wanted new assassins, planned to make their case by killing Spider-Man in front of him. Fisk want happy about this, as the fight disturbed the sleep of his wife, who was very ill. After the Vulturions were defeated, Fisk had a helicopter get a hat that Spidey had dropped during the fight. (He had just bought it for Aunt May's birthday.) After Spidey took the hat back, he found a note in it from Fisk, telling him that they were even. More happened in this encounter than was first realized. Fisk had given the hat to Alistaire Smythe to be cleaned and fixed before he gave it back to Spider-Man. Smythe resented the task and spread a rumor afterward that Kingpin had gone soft on Spider-Man. Fisk fired him for the rumor, but Smythe had put a tracing device in the hat, to follow Spider-Man back to his home.

Spider-Man briefly spoke with Fisk regarding the Jean DeWolff and Judge Rosenthal murders and the Sin Eater. Fisk had no sympathy for honest, law abiding cops and judges but did no business with priest killers. Murders of clergymen polarized the city and made them harder to control. Kingpin had nothing to tell his enemy.

Fisk ruled the criminal underworld like a king, except for occasional gang wars with the likes of the Hobgoblin (Roderick Kingsley). The Lobo Brothers War was a particularly bloody series of incidents. (Fisk tried to use the Persuader to force the Punisher to kill the brothers.) Hammerhead, Silvermane, Chameleon and the Black Tarantula have also made plays to take over Fisk's empire. Kingpin has also used mercenaries in his plans, such as Puma, Knight, Fogg, Shocker and the Foreigner. This last assassin killed Ned Leeds, which Fisk didn't appreciate as he assumed that Leeds had been the Hobgoblin and probably wanted to kill him himself. He resented that the Foreigner killed Leeds without asking his permission, a sign of disrespect to the mob boss. Later, Kingpin put word on the street that he wanted to meet with Spider-Man. Fisk had the pleasure of telling Spider-Man that Leeds had been the Hobgoblin and that Jason Macendale had taken his place. Spidey didn't take well to the news of his friend being a criminal.

While his main foe is Daredevil, Fisk has used every opportunity to strike at Spider-Man. While dating the Black Cat, Peter realized that her bad luck powers were really just elaborate traps that Felicia had set for her enemies. He refused to let her be his partner anymore, for fear that her lack of superhuman abilities would get her killed. Black Cat went to the Kingpin for help in gaining actual bad luck powers, but her new found abilities came with a price: they worked on Spider-Man. Spidey had Doctor Strange remove the Black Cat's powers, only to have her suffer a terrible beating. Spider-Man and the Black Cat also crashed one of Fisk's parties, causing him to force his scientists to re-create Cloak's dimensional powers. This experiment caused scientist Jonathan Ohn to accidentally become The Spot.

Fisk is one of the Marvel universes master manipulators, on par with Doctor Doom (whom he teamed with in the Acts of Vengeance storyline), Norman Osborn and Magneto. He keeps on eye on his enemies, and uses them for his own purposes. He "helped" Spider-Man defeat the Sinister Syndicate (Rhino, Boomerang, Hydro-Man, Beetle, Speed Demon,) once he realized that they were a threat to his organization. He also "helped" Spider-Man against the Hobgoblin and against the other mafia bosses. However, holding off the other mob bosses only worked for so long.

Losing his domain was no simple task. Overthrown by Daredevil, Hydra and many different crime lords, Wilson Fisk was beaten, but not broken. It took a while, but he pulled himself together and started rebuilding his empire from the bottom. Biding his time, he increased his power base until he was ready. His employed mercenaries, like Nitro and Ox, executed a carefully planned simultaneous attack on Don Fortunato (NY's biggest crime boss at the time) Hammerhead, Caesar Cicero, Silvermane, and many others, including the influential Norman Osborn, who also wanted to run New York's criminal gangs. When the dust settled, the Kingpin ruled once again.

Though he managed to recover from an assassination attempt, the Kingpin had little time to take the reigns of his empire. He was shot in the face by Echo, a woman who worked for him, and whose father he had killed. Irony of ironies, the man who spent a considerable amount of time trying to kill the blind Daredevil was now blind. Subsequently, one of his most ambitious employees, a man named Silke, overthrew the Kingpin once again with the help of Richard Fisk. Countering the coup, Vanessa Fisk stopped the insurgency by leading Kingpin's loyal men and killing all of Silke's, but not before Wilson was stabbed almost to death. He was only saved by Vanessa and his doctors' timely intervention. Vanessa then coldly killed her son, split her husband's empire and fled with him to Europe, taking him away to recuperate.

Wilson ended up in jail, finally taken down by Daredevil. This has in no way limited Wilson Fisk's power, as he has been able to sell the costume and weapons of Daniel Berkhart to Francis Klum, who became the third Mysterio. He has also managed to devastate Peter Parker after the vigilante unmasked to the public after the Superhuman Registration Act was passed. As revenge for years of Spider-Man interfering with his illegal activities, Kingpin hired a sniper to shoot Peter, Mary Jane and Aunt May in their low rent hotel apartment. (Peter had gone his separate ways from Tony Stark, and was thus on the run from the law.) Peter's spider sense warned him of the sniper and he pushed MJ out of the way, but couldn't stop the bullet from hitting his aunt. May was put on life support and Peter swore not rest until he made Fisk pay for what he did.

Waiting for Parker at Ryker's Island, Fisk was surprised and irritated to find that his enemy wasn't the chatty, quipping clown he was used to. Instead he found a deadly, silent enemy that hammered away at him with an anger that Kingpin was stunned by. Despite Fisk's enormous physical size, he was thrown around like a rag doll. Every lunge and punch thrown by Fisk missed it's mark, while Parker easily humiliated him in front of the other inmates. As Fisk lay bleeding on the prison floor, Peter explained to him that the very moment that Aunt May dies, he will come to Ryker's Island and finish him off. And Fisk will know that he cant be stopped.

Fisk got lucky. Peter turned to the demon Mephisto (who had years earlier made a wager with the Beyonder that Spider-Man would save Fisk's life despite Kingpin's many crimes) to save his aunt's life and in the process, he lost his marriage and any memory that May had been shot. Kingpin was free to act as he pleased again. During the events of Shadowland, Kingpin was a free man and again at the top of the criminal world. He soon employed Roderick Kingsley, the long lost Hobgoblin, to steal a metal called reverbium. He shed no tears when his former enemy was seemingly killed by another lunatic, Phil Urich. Urich took over as the Hobgoblin and proved just as slippery as Kingsley. To gain the affections of Norah Winters, Urich let slip in the criminal underworld that Fisk was in possession of the stolen reverbium, which sent Spider-Man and the Black Cat after the Kingpin of Crime.

Kingpin's business front was destroyed in the battle, courtesy of the Hobgoblin's sonic laugh reacting with the reverbium. The Goblin managed to save Fisk's life, while allowing his lacky, Montana, to perish as the sky scraper collapsed. Fisk considered it an acceptable loss, as he was still in control of New York's crime. In gratitude for saving his life, Kingpin made Hobgoblin his new lieutenant. As the Kingpin's right hand man, Hobgoblin put the squeeze on uncooperative civilians and kidnapped Spider-Girl (Anya Sofia Corazon), to pressure her to join Fisk's organization.

Later, Fisk revealed to have an inside man at Horizon Labs, the same research company that employed Peter Parker. Tiberius Stone had promised to steal blueprint of spider sense jamming machines and sell them to Kingpin, to make his headquarters "Spider-Man proof." After the machines initially failed, Fisk gave Stone one last chance to redeem himself before his legs were broken. The spider sense jammers sent Peter's danger sense into over drive and he reacted to everything as a threat. This made his disoriented and easy prey for Urich's Hobgoblin. Kingpin was at first unimpressed with the kidnapping of Parker, until he learned that Peter was "Spider-Man's technician." A ransom was sent to Max Modell who brought a briefcase to Shadowland, containing Norman Osborn's Green Goblin and H.A.M.M.E.R. secrets.

The drop off was interrupted by Roderick Kingsley, who fought Urich over his "brand" of being the Hobgoblin. Peter and Max used the distraction to escape, until Fisk noticed and forced both Hobgoblins to find them. The Goblins failed to capture the two men and somehow Urich escaped Fisk's wrath with his life. (Amazing Spider-Man #697) In the meantime, Wilson had acquired a new Arranger and sent him to Houston, Texas, to deal with a branch of The Hand ninjas. Arranger arrived just in time to prevent the murder of Scarlet Spider III, who was investigating The Hands role in a series of murders. (Scarlet Spider #12.1)

Shadowland didn't last for long after that, however. It was destroyed in a battle between Fisk's ninjas and the para-military force assembled by Spider-Man (Octavius). This new Spider-Man made it clear that Fisk was going to die and the fat man killed his body double to cover up his escape. Hobgoblin was left to fend for himself after Kingpin escaped in a one man submarine. (Superior Spider-Man #14)

Quiz: Quick Quiz on Kingpin.

Appearances

Cover Date Appearance Information
Jul 1997 App: Flashback - Amazing Spider-Man #Minus 1
Jan 1996 App: Amazing Fantasy #17
Jul 1967 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #50
  Taking over New York's Crime Gangs
Aug 1967 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #51
Sep 1967 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #52
Apr 1968 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #59
  Brand of The Brainwasher
May 1968 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #60
Jun 1968 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #61
Jan 1969 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #68
  The Secret of the Tablet
Feb 1969 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #69
Mar 1969 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #70
Apr 1970 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #83
  The Coming of the Schemer
May 1970 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #84
Jun 1970 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #85
Mar 1972 App: Captain America (Vol. 1) #147
Apr 1972 App: Captain America (Vol. 1) #148
Mar 1976 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #154
Aug 1976 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #159
Dec 1976 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #163
  The Final Hour
Jan 1977 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #164
Jan 1977 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #2
Sep 1979 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #196
Oct 1979 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #197
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #170
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #171
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #172
Year 1981 App: Marvel Team-Up (Vol. 1) Annual #4
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #174
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #175
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #177
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #178
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #179
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #180
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #181
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #182
Jun 1982 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #67
Aug 1982 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #69
Sep 1982 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #70
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #185
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #186
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #188
Jan 1983 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #74
Jan 1983 App: Moon Knight (Vol. 1) #27
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #190
Feb 1983 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #75
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #192
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #194
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #196
Jul 1983 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #80
Sep 1983 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #82
  Cloak & Dagger, Spider-Man, and Punisher
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #200
Year 1983 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) Annual #17
Feb 1984 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #249
  Helps Spider-Man against the Hobgoblin
Apr 1984 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #89
  New Black Cat Powers, The Answer, The Spot, Silvermane
May 1984 App: Marvel Team-Up #141
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #206
Jul 1984 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #92
Aug 1984 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #93
Sep 1984 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #94
Oct 1984 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #95
Oct 1984 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #257
Nov 1984 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #96
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #210
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #211
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #212
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #213
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #214
Dec 1984 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #97
Jan 1985 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #98
Feb 1985 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #99
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #216
Mar 1985 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #100
May 1985 App: Web of Spider-Man #2
  The Vulturions
Sep 1985 App: Web of Spider-Man #6
Sep 1985 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #268
Sep 1985 App: Secret Wars II #3
Nov 1985 App: Captain America (Vol. 1) #311
Year 1985 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) Annual #19
Dec 1990 App: Marvel Super Heroes (Vol. 2) #4
Dec 1985 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #109
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #227
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #228
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #229
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #230
Mar 1986 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #274
Apr 1986 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #275
Jun 1986 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #277 (Story 1)
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #231
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #232
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #233
Sep 1986 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #118
Sep 1986 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #280
Sep 1987 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #130
Apr 1987 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #287
May 1987 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #288
  Gang War Finale
Jun 1987 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #289
Sep 1987 App: Web of Spider-Man #30
Date TBD App: Marvel Graphic Novel (No. 24) Daredevil: Love & War
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #248
Dec 1987 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #133
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #251
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #253
Date TBD App: Strange Tales (Vol. 2) #12 (Story 1)
Date TBD App: Strange Tales (Vol. 2) #13 (Story 1)
Date TBD App: Strange Tales (Vol. 2) #14 (Story 1)
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #254
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #255
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #256
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #257
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #259
Year 1988 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) Annual #22 (Story 1)
Year 1988 App: Web of Spider-Man Annual #4 (Story 1)
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #261
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #263
Oct 1988 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #143
Nov 1988 App: Punisher War Journal #1
Date TBD App: Punisher (Vol. 2) #15
Date TBD App: Punisher (Vol. 2) #16
Date TBD App: Punisher (Vol. 2) #17
Date TBD App: Punisher (Vol. 2) #18
Mar 1989 App: Web of Spider-Man #48
May 1989 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #150
Aug 1989 App: Web of Spider-Man #53
Sep 1989 App: Web of Spider-Man #54
Date TBD App: Cloak & Dagger (Vol. 3) #6
Date TBD App: Cloak & Dagger (Vol. 3) #7
Year 1989 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) Annual #23 (Story 1)
Oct 1989 App: Web of Spider-Man #55
  End of the Lobos Brothers Gang War
Nov 1989 App: Alpha Flight #77
Dec 1989 App: Damage Control (Vol. 2) #1
Dec 1989 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #158
Dec 1989 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #327
May 1990 App: Captain America (Vol. 1) #365
Oct 1989 App: Punisher War Journal #12
Nov 1989 App: Punisher War Journal #13
Date TBD App: Wolverine (Vol. 2) #19
Jan 1990 App: Web of Spider-Man #60
Jun 1990 App: Captain America (Vol. 1) #366
Dec 1989 App: Avengers (Vol. 1) #312
Date TBD App: Punisher (Vol. 2) #28
Date TBD App: Punisher (Vol. 2) #29
Jan 1990 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #160
Feb 1990 App: Web of Spider-Man #61
Jan 1990 App: Avengers (Vol. 1) #313
Feb 1990 App: Avengers West Coast #55
Feb 1990 App: Damage Control (Vol. 2) #4
Apr 1990 App: Punisher War Journal #17
May 1990 App: Ghost Rider (Vol. 2) #1
Jul 1990 App: Ghost Rider (Vol. 2) #3
May 1990 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #164
Aug 1990 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #336
Jun 1990 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #165
Jul 1990 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #166
Aug 1990 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #167
Jun 1990 App: Web of Spider-Man #65
Sep 1990 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #168
May 1991 App: Deadly Foes of Spider-Man #1
Jun 1991 App: Deadly Foes of Spider-Man #2
Aug 1991 App: Deadly Foes of Spider-Man #4
Jan 1991 App: Captain America (Vol. 1) #373
Feb 1991 App: Captain America (Vol. 1) #374
Mar 1991 App: Captain America (Vol. 1) #375
Apr 1991 App: Captain America (Vol. 1) #376
May 1991 App: Captain America (Vol. 1) #377
Jun 1991 App: Captain America (Vol. 1) #378
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #287
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #288
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #289
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #290
Aug 1991 App: Deadly Foes of Spider-Man #4
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #291
Year 1991 App: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 1) Annual #25 (Story 1)
Year 1991 App: Spectacular Spider-Man (Vol. 1) Annual #11 (Story 1)
Year 1991 App: Web of Spider-Man Annual #7 (Story 1)
Jan 1992 App: Marvel Comics Presents #91
Year 1991 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) Annual #7
Date TBD App: Punisher P.O.V. #1
Date TBD App: Punisher P.O.V. #2
Date TBD App: Punisher P.O.V. #3
Date TBD App: Punisher P.O.V. #4
Oct 1991 App: Sleepwalker #5
Nov 1991 App: Sleepwalker #6
Date TBD App: Punisher (Vol. 2) #53
Date TBD App: Punisher (Vol. 2) #54
Date TBD App: Punisher (Vol. 2) #55
Date TBD App: Punisher (Vol. 2) #58
Date TBD App: Punisher (Vol. 2) #59
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #292
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #293
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #294
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #295
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #296
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #297
Jan 1992 App: Web of Spider-Man #84
Feb 1992 App: Web of Spider-Man #85
Mar 1992 App: Web of Spider-Man #86
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #298
Date TBD App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #299
Jan 1992 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #300
Aug 1992 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #307
Sep 1992 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #308
Oct 1992 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #309
Aug 1994 App: Spider-Man Unlimited #6 (Story 1)
Oct 1994 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #333
Nov 1994 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #334
Dec 1994 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #335
Jan 1995 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #336
Feb 1995 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #337
Mar 1995 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #338
May 1995 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #340
Jun 1995 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #341
Jul 1995 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #342
Date TBD App: X-Men (Vol. 2) #62
Date TBD App: X-Men (Vol. 2) #63
Date TBD App: X-Men (Vol. 2) #64
Jan 2003 App: Elektra (Vol. 2) #16
May 1998 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #375
Aug 1998 App: Spider-Man: Made Men
Oct 1998 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #380
Jun 1998 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #376
Jul 1998 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #377
Aug 1998 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #378
Sep 1998 App: Daredevil (Vol.1) #379
Aug 1998 App: Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #94
Sep 1998 App: Spider-Man (Vol. 1) #95
Apr 1999 App: Daredevil (Vol.2) #6
Dec 1999 App: Daredevil (Vol.2) #9
Mar 2000 App: Daredevil (Vol.2) #10
Oct 2000 App: Daredevil (Vol.2) #13
Mar 2001 App: Daredevil (Vol.2) #14
Apr 2001 App: Daredevil (Vol.2) #15
Jan 2001 App: Spider-Man/Daredevil: Unusual Suspects #1
Jun 1999 App: Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #6
Jul 1999 App: Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #7
Aug 1999 App: Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #8
Jan 2000 App: Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #13
Feb 2001 App: Iron Man (Vol. 3) #37

Thanks To

 This profile was completed with information used with permission from the Appendix of Marvel Universe website, mantained by Jeff Christiansen (Snood). If you want to find out about that odd-ball character you've only seen once, or even about that character you haven't ever seen, that's the site you're looking for. An impressive amount of obscure characters await you there!

 The assistance of the Marvel Chronology Project is gratefully acknowledged.

 Some of the above information is extracted from the various versions of the Official Handbook to the Marvel Universe and the more recent Marvel Encyclopaedias.