The Religious Affiliation of

Religion: angels CBR Scale: D

Name: angels

Other Names: messengers of God; malach

Classification: supporting character supporting character   clergy/religious leader clergy/religious leader  

Publisher(s): DC Marvel

First Appearance: Old Testament (1402 B.C.): "Genesis"

Super? (Has Super Powers/Special Abilities/Technology): Yes

Number of Appearances: 144

Occupation: hidden race

Gender: male

Note: often are messengers of God

In the Bible, Angels are first mentioned in Genesis 16:6-8.

Number of group members listed below: 7

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Pub. #
Angela Angela hero
CBR Scale: D angel
angel Image Marvel 30
angels angels supporting character clergy/religious leader
CBR Scale: D angels
[often are messengers of God] Marvel DC 144
Bull Host villain group
CBR Scale: D angels
angel; Pax Dei
[1 of 4 Hosts of Heaven led by Asmodel]
DC 3
Max hero
CBR Scale: D Christian angel
[partner of Joe]
Guardian 4
Olivier villain
CBR Scale: D angel; demon
[fallen angel]
Marvel 7
Pax Dei supporting character group
CBR Scale: D angels
angel DC 3
Traumiel villain
CBR Scale: D angel
angel; Bull Host DC 3

This character is in the following 23 stories which have been indexed by this website:
A Collection of Sacred Hymns for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Europe (1840): "The Morning Breaks; the Shadows Flee"
The Adjustment Bureau (2011)
The Candlemaker (1957) (figurine)
Collection of Sacred Hymns
Four Color #201 (Nov. 1948): "Christmas with Mother Goose"
Hymns of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Justice (vol. 2) #16 (Feb. 1988): "Justice, Justice, Pursue It!" (mentioned)
Millennial Star (vol. 1) #1 (May 1840): "The Morning Breaks; the Shadows Flee"
The Morning Breaks, the Shadows Flee (1864): "The Morning Breaks; the Shadows Flee"
Old Testament (1402 B.C.): "Genesis"
The Punisher (vol. 5) #1 (Apr. 2000): "Welcome Back, Frank" (mentioned)
The Songs of Zion (1908): "Israel, Israel, God Is Calling"
Uncanny X-Men
X-Men (vol. 1) #54 (Mar. 1969): "The Million Dollar Angel" (someone disguised or dressed as)

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