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United States Marine Corps

 
United States Marine Corps
 

Name: United States Marine Corps

Other Names: U.S. Marines; USMC; The Marine Corps; U.S.M.C.; US Marine Corps; U.S. Marine Corps

Classification: supporting characters supporting characters   group group   real/historical group real/historical group  

Publisher(s): Malibu

Number of Appearances: 323

Type of Organization/Group: military unit

Nation: USA

Number of group members listed below: 31

Character
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Religious
Affiliation
Team(s)
[Notes]
Pub. #
app.
21 Black Jack 21 Black Jack (Tyrone Blade) hero
  United States Marine Corps; FBI I.C.E. Studios Worldwinz Studios 1
David Bannigan villain
  United States Marine Corps
[was Magog's fellow Marine; later a corrupt cop]
DC 1
Jason Bard Jason Bard supporting character
  United States Marine Corps
[Gotham private detective, GCPD, dated Barbara Gordon]
DC 59
Jim Brass Jim Brass supporting character
  United States Marine Corps; Clark County, Nevada CSI (ally) CBS 218
Captain Savage Captain Savage (Simon Savage) hero
  United States Marine Corps; The Leatherneck Raiders Marvel 35
The Defender The Defender (Don Stevens) hero
  United States Marine Corps Timely Marvel 5
Devil-Dog Dugan Devil-Dog Dugan hero
  United States Marine Corps Marvel Atlas 4
Gunhawk Gunhawk (Liam Hawkleigh) villain
  United States Marine Corps
[Gunnery Sergeant, U.S.M.C.]
DC 12
Gunny supporting character
 indeterminate  United States Marine Corps
[worked with Kirk Langstrom (Man-Bat)]
DC 2
Lt. Mike Hauley villain
  United States Marine Corps
[former Marine alongside Frank Castle; later an assassin]
Marvel 1
Hitman Hitman (Tommy Monaghan) hero
  United States Marine Corps; New Bloods DC 76
Father Michael Janes supporting character clergy/religious leader
CBR Scale: M Catholic priest
United States Marine Corps
[as soldier, destroyed village of Bengal (Duc No Tranh)]
Marvel 12
General Harry Kenkoy General Harry Kenkoy villain
CBR Scale: S Snakeroot (Ninjutsu sect)
Snakeroot; United States Marine Corps
[involved in creation of About Face (resurrection virus)]
Marvel 8
John Kowalski supporting character
CBR Scale: M ghost
United States Marine Corps
[agent of Death]
Marvel 11
The Leatherneck Raiders The Leatherneck Raiders hero group
  United States Marine Corps
[active during WWII]
Marvel 24
Magog Magog (David Reid) villain hero
CBR Scale: M resurrected; religious
United States Marine Corps; The Justice Society of America DC 34
Anthony Martinez supporting character
  United States Marine Corps; Hispanic
[in same unit as David Reid (Magog)]
DC 1
Miles Matheson Miles Matheson hero
  United States Marine Corps
[a key founder of Monroe Republic, before turning on them]
NBC Warner Brothers, etc. 21
"Iron Mike" McGraw "Iron Mike" McGraw hero
  United States Marine Corps Atlas Marvel 26
Sebastian Monroe Sebastian Monroe villain
  United States Marine Corps
[leads a vicious post-blackout break-off republic]
NBC Warner Brothers, etc. 21
Moon Knight Moon Knight (Marc Spector) hero clergy/religious leader
CBR Scale: M Egyptian classical religion (raised Jewish)
United States Marine Corps; The Avengers...  Marvel 423
Omerta Omerta (Paulie Provenzano) hero
CBR Scale: U religious
United States Marine Corps; X-Men
[briefly recruited to X-Men to stop Magneto's Genosha war]
Marvel 4
Lee Harvey Oswald Lee Harvey Oswald villain real/historical person
CBR Scale: M Lutheran (raised); Communist
United States Marine Corps
[shot Pres. John F. Kennedy?]
Marvel DC 84
The Punisher The Punisher (Frank Castle) hero
CBR Scale: S Catholic (former seminarian)
United States Marine Corps; Secret Defenders...  Marvel 1,893
Daniel Ryker Daniel Ryker supporting character
  United States Marine Corps
[Zamani (terrorist) kidnaps his daughter]
NBC 1
"Tall" Joe Small villain
  United States Marine Corps Marvel 1
Elliot Stabler Elliot Stabler supporting character
CBR Scale: S Catholic
NYPD; United States Marine Corps NBC 277
Thunderbolt (William Carver) hero
  United States Marine Corps; black
[assistant district attorney]
Marvel 4
United States Marine Corps United States Marine Corps supporting character group real/historical person
    Malibu 323
unnamed Marine unnamed Marine supporting character
  United States Marine Corps
[told General Ryker that FBI had concern about his daughter]
NBC 1
War Machine War Machine (Jim Rhodes) hero
CBR Scale: I Christian (denomination unknown)
U.S. Air Force; United States Marine Corps...  Marvel 389

United States Marine Corps


This character is in the following 4 stories which have been indexed by this website:
The Fantastic Four - Season 1, Episode 12 (9 Dec. 1978): "The Final Victory of Doctor Doom" (mentioned)
Prime (vol. 1) #13 (July 1994): "The Destiny Trail: Prelogue"
Venom (vol. 2) #8 (Dec. 2011): "Spider-Island: Part 3" (mentioned)
The X-Men (vol. 1) #48 (Sep. 1968): "Beware Computo Commander of the Robot Hive!" (mentioned)


Suggested links for further research about this character:
  - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Marine_Corps
  - http://www.marines.mil/
  - http://www.comicvine.com/united-states-marine-corps-usmc/65-44416/
  - http://comicbookdb.com/team.php?ID=602