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criminals
 

Name: criminals

Classification: villains villains   group group   real/historical group real/historical group  

Type of Organization/Group: occupation

Number of group members listed below: 764

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8-Ball 8-Ball (Jeff Hagees) villain
CBR Scale: S compulsive gambler
[led own criminal gang] Marvel 12
Jack Abbot supporting character
  [tried to warn Daredevil about Owl's war against Kingpin] Marvel 1
Ace villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)711] Marvel MC2 1
Achmed villain
CBR Scale: U Muslim
[1st app: Team America #8 (Jan. 1983)] Marvel 1
Adam Bomb Adam Bomb villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[1st app: Batman: Battle for the Cowl #2 (June 2009)] DC 1
Aftershock (Allison Dillon) villain
CBR Scale: S repentant
[Electro's daughter; became criminal; convinced to reform] Marvel 2
Al villain
  [1st app: The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #254 (July 1984)] Marvel 1
Al Gabone Al Gabone (Dieter Ganz) villain
  [inept criminal] DC 1
Señor Alvarez villain
  [enlisted Two-Face's help to steal Spanish doubloons] DC 1
Alvin villain
  [1st app: Detective Comics (vol. 1) #327 (May 1964)6] DC 1
Tor-An Tor-An villain
CBR Scale: U Kryptonian religion (nominal)
Kryptonians
[Phantom Zone criminal]
DC 6
Anaconda Anaconda (Blondie Sitznski) villain
  Serpent Society; Femizons...  Marvel 67
Anak Anak supporting character
  The Godpack
[former criminal empowered by High Evolutionary]
Marvel 14
Angel Face Angel Face villain
  [mother of Crazy Eight and Funny Face] Marvel 9
Elio Angelopoulos III villain
  [1st app: Cage (vol. 1) #1 (Apr. 1992)] Marvel 1
Angie villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)897] Marvel 1
Ankov supporting character
CBR Scale: I alien
[1st app: World's Finest Comics (vol. 1) #114 (Dec. 1960)] DC 1
The Answer The Answer (Aaron Nicholson) villain
  Hood's Army Marvel 10
Anvil (Johnny Anvil) villain
  [1st app: The Incredible Hulk (vol. 2) #182 (Dec. 1974)] Marvel 8
Ape Ellson Ape Ellson (Ellson) villain
  United Crooks of America Quality 1
The Ape (Mark Walters) villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[1st app: Dark Reign: Young Avengers #1 (July 2009)] Marvel 1
Ape-Man villain
  Ani-Men
[present at Hammerhead's meeting during "Civil War"]
Marvel 2
Ape-Man Ape-Man (Gordon Keefer) villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
Ani-Men; The Unholy Three Marvel 4
Ape-Man Ape-Man (Roy McVey) villain
  Ani-Men Marvel 2
Aqualung villain
  Para-Troop Marvel New Universe 1
Argus (Brian Argus) villain
  [leader of own crime organization] Marvel 5
Arkady villain
  [member of a gang of small-time criminals] Marvel 1
Arrow Ace (Mortimer Freebish) villain
  [1st app: Captain America (vol. 1) #220 (Apr. 1978)] Marvel 1
Asbestos Lady (Vicky Murdock) villain
  [twin sister of Killer Murdoch] Marvel 4
Atlas Atlas (Erik Josten) villain hero
  Mandarin's Minions; Emissaries of Evil (Egghead)...  Marvel 197
Atom-Smasher Atom-Smasher (Michael English) villain
  [1st app: Marvel Two-in-One (vol. 1) #85 (Mar. 1982)] Marvel 1
Atom-Smasher (Ronald English) villain
  [leader of own gang] Marvel 2
The Automator The Automator (David Gregor) villain scientist
  [thought to have killed Batman (actually brainwashed him)] DC 1
Axis villain
CBR Scale: D Neo-Nazi; White Supremacist
[involved in plot to sabotage Apollo 11 moon landing] Marvel 1
Filippo Ayala supporting character
  The Corporation
[White Tiger's brother]
Marvel 3
Bad Guy Bad Guy villain
  [1st app: Megaton Man (vol. 1) #3 (Apr. 1985)] Kitchen Sink Press 1
Banshee (Max Bine) villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
[killed his teacher Flying Dundo, stole his flying cape] Charlton DC 5
Mr. Barnes villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
[ran arcade powered by minds of kidnapped children] Marvel 1
Baron von Blimp Baron von Blimp villain
CBR Scale: S Nazi (fake)
[posed as a Nazi; used band of pseudo-neo-Nazis] Marvel 7
Baron von Blimp's pseudo-neo-Nazis Baron von Blimp's pseudo-neo-Nazis villain group
CBR Scale: S neo-Nazi (fake)
[1st app: US 1 #4 (Aug. 1983)] Marvel 5
Barracuda Barracuda villain
  Heavy Mettle; Shadow Initiative Marvel 4
Greg Barrett villain
  [killer; hid in NM biodome; Deathstroke hired to get him] DC 2
Basher villain
CBR Scale: M hatred of police
[1st app: Speedball #5 (Jan. 1989)] Marvel 2
The Battler The Battler (Daniel Axum) villain
  Spider-Man Revenge League Marvel 8
Baxter villain
  [1st app: Dakota North #4 (Dec. 1986)] Marvel 2
Beany villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[1st app: Batman (vol. 1) #166 (Sep. 1964)] DC 2
Andy Bear villain
CBR Scale: S Navajo
[severely beaten by vigilante/hero Steel Spider] Marvel 2
Bobo Benetti Bobo Benetti supporting character
CBR Scale: S repentant
[reformed criminal] DC 5
Benny villain
  The Triads Marvel 2
Bert villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)897] Marvel 1
Biffy villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[small-time crook; Puppeteer made him try to rob bank] DC 1
Big Eddie (Eddie) villain
  [leads own gang] Marvel 1
Big Joe villain
CBR Scale: S gambling
[1st app: Batman (vol. 1) #166 (Sep. 1964)] DC 1
Big Man (Henry Pym Jr.) villain
  Revengers
[son of Hank Pym and Wasp]
Marvel 7
Big Tony (Tony) villain
  Mafia Marvel 1
Big Tony (Tony) villain
CBR Scale: S Catholic
[1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #6 (Nov. 1938)083] Marvel 1
Bill villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)901] Marvel 1
Billy Boy (Bill) villain
  [1st app: Ghost Rider (vol. 2) #60 (Sep. 1981)] Marvel 1
Bird-Man villain
  Ani-Men
[present at Hammerhead's meeting during "Civil War"]
Marvel 2
Bird-Man Bird-Man (Achille DiBacco) villain
  Deadly Dozen; Ani-Men...  Marvel 10
Bird-Man Bird-Man (Henry Hawk) villain
  The Organization; Ani-Men...  Marvel 4
Black Billy (William) villain
  [leader of own gang] Marvel 1
Black Flame (Zora Vi-Lar) villain
CBR Scale: R Kryptonian religion (lapsed)
Kryptonians DC 4
Black Hand (William Hand) villain
  The Black Lantern Corps (leader) DC 18
Black Knight Black Knight (Nathan Garrett) villain scientist
  The Masters of Evil Marvel 32
Black Ops villain group
  [1st app: Steel (vol. 2) #6 (July 1994)] DC 11
Black Shadow/White Shadow villain
CBR Scale: U Taoist
[1st app: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #39 (Early Jan. 1990)] Marvel 6
Black Spectre Black Spectre (Carson Knowles) villain
CBR Scale: S demonolatry (agent of Set)
[1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #6 (Nov. 1938)570] Marvel 17
The Black Vulture (Mr. Decker) villain
  [costumed criminal; used trained birds as his gimmick] DC 1
Blackie Blackie villain
  Maggia Marvel 5
Blacklash Blacklash (Mark Scarlotti) villain
  Stark Industries; Death Squad...  Marvel 15
Blacksmith villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)924] Marvel 1
Blackwing Blackwing villain
  Heavy Mettle; Shadow Initiative Marvel 4
Blackwing Blackwing (Joseph Manfredi) villain
  Heavy Mettle (leader); Skeleton Crew...  Marvel 20
Blade villain
  [led a gang of muggers] Marvel 1
Jake Blanchet villain
  [member of crime gang] Marvel 1
The Blank (Clyde) villain
  [1st app: West Coast Avengers (vol. 1) #2 (Oct. 1984)] Marvel 10
Blitziana hero
CBR Scale: M goddess (artificial)
The Godpack Marvel 17
Blizzard (Gregor Shapanka) villain scientist
CBR Scale: M obsessed with immortality
Stark Industries Marvel 14
Blob Blob (Fred J. Dukes) villain hero
CBR Scale: S mutant supremacist
X-Corps; Brotherhood of Mutants...  Marvel 403
Blockbuster Blockbuster (Roland Desmond) villain
CBR Scale: S demonolatry
Secret Society of Super Villains DC 52
Blockbuster (Bart Dietzel) villain
  [1st app: Captain America (vol. 1) #121 (Jan. 1970)] Marvel 3
Blondie villain
  [robbed liquor store; stopped by Falcon] Marvel 1
Blood Spider villain
  [hired by Taskmaster to imitate Spider-Man] Marvel 1
Bloodshed Bloodshed (Wyndell Dickinson) villain
  Hood's Army; Mafia Marvel 4
Blue Streak Blue Streak (Don Thompson) villain hero
  SHIELD Super-Agents; Hood's Army...  Marvel 10
Bluto supporting character
  [1st app: The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #262 (Mar. 1985)] Marvel 1
Bobcat villain
  The Claws (leader) Marvel 5
Nathan Boder villain
  [1st app: Speedball #4 (Dec. 1988)] Marvel 5
Bolton Boys Bolton Boys villain
 indeterminate  [1st app: World's Finest Comics (vol. 1) #184 (May 1969)] DC 1
Bonehead villain
  [1st app: Speedball #8 (Apr. 1989)] Marvel 2
Boomerang Boomerang (Fred Myers) villain
  The Masters of Evil; Thunderbolts Army... 
[played professional baseball]
Marvel 130
Boss villain
CBR Scale: S manifestly non-religious
black
[kidnapped children for Jakar]
Marvel 1
The Bouncer villain scientist
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[metallurgist; killed Batman (in "What If?" story)] DC 2
Box-Ears supporting character
 indeterminate  [juvenile delinquent] DC 1
Madam Brawn Madam Brawn villain
  [tried to take over the protection racket in Windy City] Quality 2
Brothers Grimm (William and Jacob Grimm) villain
  [1st app: Spider-Woman (vol. 1) #3 (June 1978)] Marvel 2
Mr. Broussard villain
  [1st app: The Cat #2 (Jan. 1973)] Marvel 1
Nick Bruto villain
  [1st app: Marvel Mystery Comics #62 (Mar. 1945)] Marvel 1
Brynocki villain
CBR Scale: I N.A.
MI-6 Marvel 5
The Bug Man villain
  [commanded an army of insects] DC 1
Bug-Eyed Voice (Arthur Bigelow) villain
  [insurance investigator] Marvel 3
Bull villain
  The 'Vores Marvel 1
Bulldozer villain
CBR Scale: I N.A.
[artificially created from clay by MODOK] Marvel 1
Bullet Biker (Dillon Zarro) villain
  [Hawkeye's old friend and fellow circus performer] Marvel 4
Bulletproof Bulletproof villain
  black DC Milestone Media 2
The Burglar The Burglar (Carradine) villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
[murdered Spider-Man's Uncle Ben] Marvel 9
Bush Rangers Bush Rangers villain group
CBR Scale: S manifestly non-religious
[inmates mutated by CIA into metamorphs] Marvel 4
The Calcium Master villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)856] Marvel 1
Caliber villain
  [1st app: Alpha Flight (vol. 1) #23 (June 1985)] Marvel 3
Cap'n Skragg villain
  Split-Second Squad Marvel 2
Captain Cutlass villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #251 (Apr. 1959)] DC 6
The Captive The Captive (Threkker) villain
CBR Scale: I alien
Starblasters; Epsiloni Marvel 12
Carcharo villain
  [1st app: Infinity, Inc. (vol. 1) #25 (Apr. 1986)] DC 5
Carnivora Carnivora villain
CBR Scale: I alien
[was part of invasion force that crashed en route to Earth] DC 5
Carrie villain
  [1st app: Spider-Man Unlimited (vol. 1) #7 (Nov. 1994)] Marvel 1
The Cat Woman villain
  [acrobatic; ran a small criminal gang] Marvel Timely 1
Cat-Man villain
  Ani-Men
[present at Hammerhead's meeting during "Civil War"]
Marvel 2
Cat-Man Cat-Man (Townshend Horgan) villain
  The Unholy Three; The Organization...  Marvel 6
Cat-Man Cat-Man (Sebastian Patane) villain
  Ani-Men Marvel 2
Cauldron the Scalding Man villain
  [1st app: The Thing (vol. 2) #1 (Jan. 2006)] Marvel 2
Chainsaw villain
  Pretorians (leader) Marvel 1
Chance Chance (Nicholas Powell) villain
CBR Scale: M gambling, thrill-seeking
[1st app: Web of Spider-Man (vol. 1) #15 (June 1986)] Marvel 16
Charley Charley villain
 indeterminate  [tried looting NYPD storage facility during World War Hulk] Marvel 1
Charley villain scientist
 indeterminate  The Flower Gang DC 1
Charlie villain
  [1st app: The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #3 (July 1963)] Marvel 4
Charlie villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)849] Marvel 1
Cheetah (Esteban Carracus) villain
  Hood's Army
[empowered by a Kree Sentry]
Marvel 2
Chemistro Chemistro (Calvin Carr) villain
  Hood's Army Marvel 13
Chemistro (Curtis Carr) villain
  Stark Industries; black Marvel 11
Chemistro (Arch Morton) villain
  [1st app: Power Man #37 (Nov. 1976)] Marvel 3
Chondu the Mystic Chondu the Mystic (Harvey Schlemerman) villain
CBR Scale: M occult; yoga
Headmen Atlas Marvel 25
Chuck villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[tried to kill Batman, Robin with 1-ton wrecking ball] DC 1
Claudio supporting character
  [gunned down by the Eliminators] Marvel 1
The Claw villain
  [used trained birds] DC 1
Clayface Clayface (Matt Hagen) villain
  [1st app: Detective Comics (vol. 1) #298 (Dec. 1961)] DC 53
Clement villain
  [1st app: Namor, the Sub-Mariner #16 (July 1991)] Marvel 1
Clockwise Clockwise villain
  [1st app: She-Hulk (vol. 2) #3 (Feb. 2006)] Marvel 1
Cluemaster Cluemaster (Arthur Brown) villain
  Injustice League; The Suicide Squad
[former game show host; father of Stephanie Brown (Batgirl)]
DC 33
Clyde supporting character
CBR Scale: S repentant
[got cancer from radiation from Silver Surfer/Tyros battle] Marvel 1
The Cobra (Albri Leiricgrie) villain
CBR Scale: U Nazi
[costumed kidnapper] Marvel 2
Cobra (Piet Voorhees) villain
  [nephew of original Cobra (Klaus Voorhees)] Marvel 1
Tom Cochrane supporting character
  [1st app: Spider-Man's Tangled Web #4 (Sep. 2001)] Marvel 1
Cockroach Hamilton Cockroach Hamilton (Dontrell Hamilton) villain
  [uses 6-barrel shotgun he calls "Josh"] Marvel 7
The Collector (Scotty Adsit) villain based on a real person
  [based on "30 Rock" actor Scott Adsit] Marvel Icon 2
Choo Choo Colon villain
  [Bronx criminal; multiple encounters w/Ghost Rider (Ketch)] Marvel 6
The Committee The Committee villain group
  [made all Manhattan blind w/chemical to rob people] Marvel 1
The Consultant villain
  [arranges powers, promotion for super-villains] Marvel 5
Controller-13 villain
  Theatre of Pain Marvel 2
Cooky villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
[petty crook] DC 1
Copperhead Copperhead (Lawrence Chesney) villain
CBR Scale: M demonolatry
Gang of Four Marvel 15
Copperhead Copperhead (Nathan Prince) villain
CBR Scale: S LGBT
Terror Titans DC 12
Copperhead (Robert Reynolds) villain
  [1st app: The Human Fly #8 (Apr. 1978)] Marvel 2
Frank Cotton Frank Cotton villain
CBR Scale: M Hedonist; Nihilist
[1st app: Night Visions (1986)] HarperCollins; Cinemarque Entertainment BV 7
The Council of Ten villain group real/historical person
  [1st app: Daredevil (vol. 1) #221 (Aug. 1985)] Marvel 1
Crackers villain
  [1st app: Daredevil (vol. 1) #74 (Mar. 1971)] Marvel 1
Crazy Quilt Crazy Quilt villain
  Secret Society of Super Villains DC 7
Credit Card Soldiers villain group
  [disaffected Vietnam War veterans] Marvel 5
Crime Consultants villain group
  [1st app: JLA #11 (Oct. 1997)] DC 1
Crime Wave villain group
  [created to prompt NYC into strengthening police force] Marvel 4
Crime-Buster (Eugene Mason) hero
CBR Scale: S repentant
Initiative: The Cavalry Marvel 3
The Criminal villain
  [1st app: It's a Digital World (1994)] 01 Entertainment Supreme Media Group 1
Crimson Daffodil Crimson Daffodil (Vernon French) supporting character villain
  [1st app: The Mutant Misadventures of Cloak and Dagger #7 (Oct. 1989)] Marvel 4
Critical Mass (Arnie Gunderson) villain
  [obese; leader of own band of mutants] Marvel 2
"Killer" Croesus villain
  [1st app: Daredevil (vol. 1) #135 (July 1976)] Marvel 3
Crooked Face Crooked Face (Eddie Magee) villain
  [1st app: Marvel Age Annual #4 (Aug. 1988)] Marvel 1
crooks crooks villain group
  [1st app: Batman (vol. 1) #174 (Sep. 1965)98] DC 1
Mr. Crossman villain
  [1st app: Nomad (vol. 1) #3 (Jan. 1991)] Marvel 1
Cupie villain
  [The Big Guy's tall, beautiful sidekick] Marvel Timely 1
Al Cutshaw villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[1st app: Batman (vol. 1) #174 (Sep. 1965)] DC 1
Cyclone Cyclone (André Gerard) villain
  Hood's Army; Maggia Marvel 2
Czonk (Titus Samuel Czonka) villain
  [1st app: Robin (vol. 4) #1 (Nov. 1993)] DC 10
The Dancer villain
  [one of 3 master criminals used as Tri-Man template] Marvel 2
Duke Danfield Duke Danfield villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[stole treasure map from Pieface] DC 1
Darklight villain group
  [pair of twin sharing same costumed criminal identity] DC 1
Jane Day villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
Black Gang
[tried to seduce and then rob Clark Kent]
DC 1
The Death Cadre villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)44] Marvel 1
Death Shield villain
  [1st app: The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #367 (Oct. 1992)] Marvel 1
Death-Stalker Death-Stalker (Phillip Wallace Sterling) villain
  Ani-Men (leader) Marvel 32
Dell Dell villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[intelligence chief for Two-Face's criminal organization] DC 1
Demogoblin Demogoblin (Jason Macendale) villain
CBR Scale: M Christian (denomination unknown); merged with demon
Doom's Brigade; Sinister Six... 
[self-proclaimed servant of the Lord]
Marvel 66
Derringer villain
  [desperado; Diablo stopped him from robbing Crabtree] Timely Marvel 1
Deuce Deuce villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
black
[hunted by Daredevil after killing as store clerk]
Marvel 1
Deuce (Eddie Markham) villain
  The Royal Flush Gang DC 1
Diamondback Diamondback (Rachel Leighton) villain hero
  Initiative; Femizons...  Marvel 173
Dillon Dillon villain
  Mafia
[career criminal; well connected to the syndicate]
Alfred A. Knopf 5
Discus (Tim Stuart) villain
  [1st app: Hero for Hire #2 (Aug. 1972)] Marvel 2
Dittomaster villain
  [1st app: Damage Control (vol. 2) #4 (Feb. 1990)] Marvel 1
Doctor Dark villain
  [New Jersey-based; alcoholic] Marvel 3
Doctor Nemesis Doctor Nemesis (Michael Craig Stockton) villain
  [1st app: Marvel Feature (vol. 1) #4 (July 1972)] Marvel 12
Doctor Sax Doctor Sax (Jack Dulouz) villain
  black; Shadow Initiative Marvel 3
Doctor Spectrum Doctor Spectrum (Dr. Alice Nugent) villain
CBR Scale: M Utopian
Squadron Sinister Marvel 10
Doctor Spectrum Doctor Spectrum (Dr. Kinji Obatu) villain
  Squadron Sinister Marvel 6
Doctor Tyme villain scientist
  [1st app: The Doom Patrol (vol. 1) #92 (Dec. 1964)] DC 5
Troy Donahue villain
  [was Bushwacker's brother-in-law] Marvel 1
Lefty Donovan villain
  [1st app: The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #244 (Sep. 1983)] Marvel 2
Dorian villain
  [1st app: Generation X #33 (Dec. 1997)] Marvel 8
Fatso Dowd Fatso Dowd villain
  [violently escaped prison; caught by the Mouthpiece] Quality 1
Dr. Impossible Dr. Impossible villain
CBR Scale: S Apokolopsian Darkseid worship
[claims to be Mr. Miracle's brother from Apokolips] DC 3
Mr. Dryden Mr. Dryden supporting character
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)412] Marvel 3
Duffy Duffy villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[new intelligence chief for Two-Face's criminal organization] DC 1
Dummy villain
  [posed as ventriloquist's Dummy] Marvel 1
Earthshaker villain
  [1st app: Spider-Girl (vol. 1) #21 (June 2000)] Marvel 1
Ed villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)895] Marvel 1
Ed villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[1st app: Batman (vol. 1) #170 (Mar. 1965)] DC 1
Eddie supporting character
 indeterminate  [1st app: Batman (vol. 1) #3 (Fall 1940)] DC 1
The Eel (Mort Coolidge) villain
  [1st app: Aquaman (vol. 6) #21 (Oct. 2004)] DC 2
Eel Eel (Edward Lavell) villain based on a real person
CBR Scale: A Latter-day Saint (lapsed)
Maggia; Serpent Squad... 
[probably named after football coach Lavell Edwards]
Marvel 26
Eight of Hearts villain
  The Royal Flush Gang DC 1
El Condor villain
CBR Scale: S ghost (fake)
[posed as ghost or return of revolution leader] Marvel 2
El Toro Negro (Sergio) villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
[1st app: The Amazing Scarlet Spider #2 (Dec. 1995)] Marvel 4
Electro Electro (Max Dillon) villain
  Doom's Brigade; The Frightful Four...  Marvel 274
Electrocutioner Electrocutioner (Lester Buchinsky) villain
  [originally worked in cause of justice like his late brother] DC 24
Elizabeth's father Elizabeth's father supporting character
  [Elizabeth Keen's father] NBC 1
Engine of Destruction Engine of Destruction (Donovan Jones) supporting character villain
  Techuza; black Malibu 6
Enrique villain
  Mafia Marvel 1
Enthralla villain
  [Mastermind's niece] Marvel 3
Equinox Equinox (Terry Sorenson) villain hero
  Initiative: Vil-Anon; Freedom Force Marvel 22
Espionage Elite villain group
  [1st app: Iron Man (vol. 1) #33 (Jan. 1971)] Marvel 10
Mr. Evans villain
  FBI Marvel 1
Exhumes villain group
CBR Scale: S mutant supremacist
[1st app: XSE #1 (Nov. 1996)] Marvel 2
Fadeaway Man (Dr. Anton Lamont) villain
CBR Scale: S occult
Secret Society of Super Villains
[art history professor; uses cloak of sorcerer Cagliostro]
DC 20
Barry Farnum villain
  [Masked Marauder's brother] Marvel 1
The Fat Man villain
  Circus of Crime; Iron Mask's gang Marvel 3
Fats villain
  [1st app: Detective Comics (vol. 1) #327 (May 1964)6] DC 1
Fatty villain based on a real person
  [based on Fatty Arbuckle] Marvel Timely 1
Tony Faucy Tony Faucy villain
  [ran an illegal gambling racket] Quality 1
Felix Faust Felix Faust villain
CBR Scale: D sorcerer; Necronomicon
Crime Champions; Secret Society of Super Villains DC 98
Mr. Fawlkes villain
  Stark Industries Marvel 1
Ferd villain
  [1st app: The Cat #1 (Nov. 1972)] Marvel 2
Firestrike Firestrike (Dalton Beck) villain
CBR Scale: S repentant
Heavy Mettle; Shadow Initiative
[arson investigator; dated Turbo (Mickey Musashi)]
Marvel 6
Fisherman villain
  Secret Society of Super Villains DC 13
Fishy villain
  [stole Ramblin' Jim's lunch] DC 5
Kenneth Fitzgerald supporting character
  [1st app: Daredevil/Spider-Man #1 (Jan. 2001)] Marvel 1
Five of Diamonds villain
  The Royal Flush Gang DC 1
Fixit villain scientist
  [1st app: Aztek: The Ultimate Man #3 (Oct. 1996)] DC 3
The Fly The Fly (Richard Deacon) villain
  Savage Six; Hood's Army Marvel 7
Folded Man (Edwin Gauss) villain scientist
  [1st app: The Flash (vol. 2) #153 (Oct. 1999)] DC 5
Dennis Foley supporting character
  [can manipulate air molecules] Marvel New Universe 1
Force (Clayton Wilson) villain
  Iron Legion Marvel 21
Four of Diamonds villain
  The Royal Flush Gang DC 1
Four of Spades villain
  The Royal Flush Gang DC 1
The Fox villain
  [1st app: Marvel Mystery Comics #67 (Nov. 1945)] Marvel 1
The Fox (Warren Lawford) villain scientist
  Terrible Trio DC 12
Fracture villain
  [1st app: Blade (vol. 6) #10 (Aug. 2007)] Marvel 2
Francesi villain
  [leader of own crime gang] Marvel 1
Francis villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)895] Marvel 1
Frank Frank villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
The Untouchables (leader) DC 2
Frank villain
  black
[robbed liquor store; stopped by Falcon]
Marvel 1
Frankie villain
 indeterminate  [1st app: Detective Comics (vol. 1) #45 (Nov. 1940)] DC 1
Freak-Face villain
  [acquired test subjects for Professor] Marvel 3
Freezer Burn (Frank Croft) villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #6 (Nov. 1938)258] Marvel 2
Frog-Man Frog-Man (Francois Le Blanc) villain
  The Unholy Three; Ani-Men Marvel 4
Andrew Frost Andrew Frost villain scientist
  [1st app: Batman (vol. 1) #166 (Sep. 1964)4] DC 1
Big Joe Gabul Big Joe Gabul villain
  [1st app: Police Comics #10 (July 1942)] Quality 1
Gantry Gantry villain
  Spacemen
[Space Program trainee]
Marvel 1
Jack Garrett villain
  [attacked Cap during Scourge investigation] Marvel 1
George villain scientist
  The Committee Marvel 1
Georgie villain
  [1st app: The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #238 (Mar. 1983)] Marvel 1
The Ghost of Midnight Valley (Caleb) villain
CBR Scale: D ghost (fake)
[Caleb and 2 other criminals posed as a ghost] Marvel Atlas 1
Girder Girder (Tony Woodward) villain
  [1st app: The Flash: Iron Heights (Aug. 2001)] DC 19
Gladiator Gladiator (Wylie Lemmick) villain
CBR Scale: U Judeo-Christian
Gang of Four Marvel 6
Glitch (Charles Amundson) villain
  Espionage Elite Marvel 2
Glitterbug villain
  black Marvel 2
Goat villain
  The 'Vores Marvel 1
Godzilla villain
  [] Marvel UK 1
Gomez villain
  [1st app: Taskmaster (vol. 1) #3 (June 2002)] Marvel 2
Mr. Gorki supporting character
  [1st app: Tales to Astonish (vol. 1) #84 (Oct. 1966)] Marvel 2
Green Goblin (Bart Hamilton) supporting character villain
  [1st app: The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #174 (Nov. 1977)] Marvel 3
Gregor Gregor villain
  [1st app: Daredevil (vol. 2) #72 (June 2005)] Marvel 1
Mr. Gretch villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
[ran arcade powered by kidnapped children's minds] Marvel 1
Griffin Griffin (Johnny Horton) villain
  Hood's Army; Secret Empire Marvel 126
Grimes villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[murdered Professor Drake] DC 1
Joe Grizzi villain
  [leader of own crime syndicate] Marvel 1
Danny Guitar villain
CBR Scale: S Vodoun (former)
black Marvel 2
Gunner villain
CBR Scale: S manifestly non-religious
[kidnapped children for Jakar] Marvel 1
Hammer (Leroy Jackson) villain
  [partner of Anvil] Marvel 4
Hank Hank villain
  [years ago, killed a man during robbery w/Dennis Foley] Marvel New Universe 1
Mason Harding Mason Harding supporting character scientist
CBR Scale: S Royalist Forces of America; repentant
Royalist Forces of America
[designed Madbombs]
Marvel 4
Harlequin (Molly Mayne-Scott) supporting character villain
CBR Scale: S religious/ethical
Manhunters; FBI... 
[wife of Green Lantern (Alan Scott)]
DC 32
Harry villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #6 (Nov. 1938)616] Marvel 1
Harry villain
  [1st app: The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #258 (Nov. 1984)] Marvel 1
Hawkeye Hawkeye (Clint Barton) hero
CBR Scale: U Christian (denomination unknown)
The Avengers; The Ultimates...  Marvel 1,515
Headmaster Mind villain scientist
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #6 (Nov. 1938)28] DC 4
Headsman Headsman (Cleavon Twain) villain
  The Thunderbolts Marvel 28
Hellgrammite Hellgrammite (Roderick Rose) villain scientist
CBR Scale: S demonolatry
Intergang DC 22
Hellhound (Kai) villain
  [used a canine motif] DC 8
Hellhound (Jack Chifford) villain
  Secret Society of Super Villains
[bought Hellhound super-villain "franchise" from Calculator]
DC 8
Hellrazor villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
[1st app: Marvel Team-Up (vol. 1) #87 (Nov. 1979)] Marvel 2
Helter Skelter villain
  Para-Troop Marvel New Universe 1
The Hexer villain
CBR Scale: D occult
[fake criminal in story Batman created] DC 1
The Highwayman (David Pennant) villain
  A.I.M.
[rides mechanical horse]
Marvel 2
Hobgoblin Hobgoblin (Roderick Kingsley) villain
  [1st app: Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #43 (June 1980)] Marvel 105
Nails Hogan villain
  [led his own criminal gang] Marvel 1
Hollywood Vine villain
  black
[testified against Falcon; arranged hit on him]
Marvel 1
Hong villain
  The Triads Marvel 3
The Hood The Hood (Parker Robbins) villain
CBR Scale: M demonolatry
The Cabal; Hood's Army Marvel 159
Hoodwink Hoodwink villain
CBR Scale: U Catholic
Sisters of Sin Marvel 7
Jake Horn Jake Horn supporting character villain
  [criminal who Dan Dyce switched places with, to become #711] Quality 1
Howler (Luke Garrow) villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)884] Marvel 2
Huckster villain
CBR Scale: M Nihilist
[father of Nighthawk's successor] Marvel 1
Huey villain
  [1st app: Detective Comics (vol. 1) #327 (May 1964)6] DC 1
The Human Fly (Crawler Turner) villain
  [1st app: Miss America Magazine (vol. 1) #4 (Jan. 1945)] Marvel Timely 1
HYDRA villain group
  [international crime cartel] DC 1
Hypno-Hustler villain
  Mercy Killers (leader) Marvel 6
Infectia Infectia (Josephine) villain
  [wealthy] Marvel 6
Insomnia villain
  [unable to sleep due to chemicals; manic] Marvel 2
Ion Man villain
  Revengers Marvel 10
Iron Mask villain
  Iron Mask's gang (leader); Circus of Crime (leader) Marvel 5
Iron Monger villain
  [1st app: Iron Man (vol. 1) #212 (Nov. 1986)] Marvel 1
Iron Monger (Slagmire) villain
  [1st app: Iron Man (vol. 1) #253 (Feb. 1990)] Marvel 1
Islip villain
 indeterminate  [1st app: Batman (vol. 1) #174 (Sep. 1965)] DC 1
Itch villain
  [acquired test subjects for Professor] Marvel 4
J.J. villain
  [1st app: Nomad (vol. 1) #3 (Jan. 1991)] Marvel 1
Jack O'Lantern (Maguire Beck) villain
  [Mysterio's cousin] Marvel 13
Jagged Bow villain
  [1st app: The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #367 (Oct. 1992)] Marvel 1
Jake villain
  [1st app: Marvel Mystery Comics #60 (Dec. 1944)] Marvel 1
Jesse James Jesse James villain real/historical person
  [1st app: Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane #4 (Sep.-Oct. 1958)] DC 307
Jay villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
black
[robbed liquor store; had short black hair]
Marvel 1
Jeremiah Jenk villain
CBR Scale: M Congregation of Righteousness
[sought reconciliation with church he was raised in] Marvel 1
Thomas Jenkins villain
 indeterminate  [1st app: Batman (vol. 1) #172 (June 1965)] DC 1
Walter Jenkins villain
  [hired Bushwacker to kill Underground] Marvel 3
Mr. Jenks villain
  [1st app: Speedball #1 (Sep. 1988)] Marvel 1
Johnny Jerome villain
  [ex-con; previously dated Aunt May] Marvel 1
Jerry villain
  [1st app: The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #17 (Dec. 1983)] Marvel 1
Jerry supporting character
  [1st app: Spider-Man Unlimited (vol. 1) #19 (Feb. 1998)] Marvel 1
Jet Jet villain
  black; Wildboys
[wilding criminal]
Marvel 7
Jigsaw Jigsaw (Billy Russo) villain
CBR Scale: S demonolatry
Hood's Army; Maggia Marvel 71
Joe the Gorilla (Joe) villain
  Split-Second Squad Marvel 2
Joey villain
  [1st app: The Cat #1 (Nov. 1972)] Marvel 2
Joey villain
  Mafia Marvel 1
Joey supporting character villain
  Mafia Marvel 1
John villain
  [1st app: Miss America Magazine (vol. 1) #4 (Jan. 1945)] Marvel Timely 1
Johnny villain
  [1st app: Marvel Super-Heroes (vol. 2) #3 (Fall 1990)] Marvel 1
Johnny villain
  Mafia Marvel 1
Johnny villain
  Mafia Marvel 1
Johnny Guitar Johnny Guitar (Johnny Logan) villain
  Shadow Initiative Marvel 3
Joisey Joe (Joe) villain
  [killed by the Trust] Marvel 5
Jolly Roger (Roger Joliet) villain
  [1st app: Marvel Super-Heroes (vol. 2) #5 (Spring 1991)] Marvel 2
Frank Jordan villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
Black Gang DC 1
Jorge villain
  Mafia Marvel 1
Julio villain
  [El Caiman's organization] Marvel 1
Kangaroo (Frank Oliver) villain
  [1st app: The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #81 (Feb. 1970)] Marvel 3
Kanga Khan villain
  [led a bandit raiding party] Marvel 1
Killer Shrike Killer Shrike (Simon Maddicks) villain
  Air Force; Thunderbolts Army Marvel 50
Killerwatt villain
  Savage Six; Revengers Marvel 3
King Cobra villain
  [1st app: Batman (vol. 1) #172 (June 1965)65] Marvel Timely 1
King Shark King Shark (Nanaue) villain deity
CBR Scale: M Polynesian shark demigod
Secret Six; Secret Society of Super Villains
[child of a shark god and a Hawaiian woman]
DC 27
John King John King villain
  Hood's Army
[cousin of The Hood]
Marvel 6
Tom King Tom King villain real/historical person
CBR Scale: U Anglican (nominal)
[infamous historical highwayman] DC 1
Kite-Man (Charles Brown) villain
  [1st app: Batman (vol. 1) #133 (Aug. 1960)] DC 12
Knodar, the Last Criminal (Knodar) villain
  [bored with 25th Cen. lack of criminality; travelled to past] DC 10
Krang Krang villain
CBR Scale: R Atlantean Greco-Roman classical religion
Serpent Squad Marvel 7
Winston J. Kranpuff villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
[1st app: Solo Avengers #11 (Oct. 1988)] Marvel 1
Kronus (Wilkins) villain
  Split-Second Squad (leader) Marvel 1
Kruel Kruel (Victor Krueller) villain
  [burned horribly by his boss, Kingpin] Marvel 5
The Kryptonite Man villain
CBR Scale: I alien
[teen criminal alien] DC 4
Kublai Khan supporting character
  [lived in Xanadu (a zeppelin)] Marvel 3
Lady Stilt-Man Lady Stilt-Man villain
  [1st app: The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #611 (Jan. 2010)] Marvel 26
Mel Lansing supporting character
 indeterminate  [childhood friend of Falcon] Marvel 1
Lifer Larch villain
  [1st app: Batman (vol. 1) #172 (June 1965)44] Marvel Timely 1
Armand Laxto villain
  [count] Marvel 1
Leaper Logan (Logan) villain
  [1st app: Speedball #3 (Nov. 1988)] Marvel 2
Leftie villain
  [1st app: Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane #4 (Sep.-Oct. 1958)] DC 1
Ricky Leighton supporting character
  [Diamondback's brother; shot by police] Marvel 2
Lenny villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #6 (Nov. 1938)253] Marvel 1
The Licence Plate Mob villain group
  [made counterfeit license plates] DC 1
Mr. Ling villain
  [leader of own crime organization] Marvel 1
Living Diamond Living Diamond (Jack Winters) villain
  [foster father of Cyclops] Marvel 4
Living Laser Living Laser (Arthur Parks) villain scientist
  Lethal Legion; Hood's Army...  Marvel 96
Carlos Lobo Carlos Lobo villain
  Los Hermanos de la Luna (leader) Marvel 4
Eduardo Lobo villain
  Doom's Brigade; Los Hermanos de la Luna (leader) Marvel 4
Lonny villain
  [1st app: Darkhawk #21 (Nov. 1992)] Marvel 2
Loophole villain
  [1st app: The Adventures of Superman (vol. 1) #505 (Oct. 1993)] DC 4
Lou Lou villain
  [1st app: The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #254 (July 1984)] Marvel 1
Louie villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
[1st app: Marvel Mystery Comics #60 (Dec. 1944)] Marvel 1
Louie villain
  [shot Masked Marauder's truck so The Boss could hijack it] Marvel 1
Louie-Louie villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)665] Marvel 1
Phil Lyons villain
  [brother of Vagabond] Marvel 2
Dr. Mabuse villain
  [1st app: Dr. Mabuse the Gambler (1920)] Uco-Film GmbH 19
Ralph Mac villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)745] Marvel 1
Mad Dog Mad Dog (Buzz Baxter) villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
Secret Empire; U.S. Air Force
[ex-husband of Patsy Walker/Hellcat]
Marvel Timely 40
Mad Dog (Joe Fasinera) villain
  [son of Stained-Glass Scarlet, who killed him] Marvel 1
Madame Menace Madame Menace (Sunset Bain) villain
  The Enforcers
[led own organization]
Marvel 12
Lester Maddocks villain
  [arrived late at meeting of crime cartel leaders] Marvel 1
Madmen Madmen villain group
  Secret Society of Super Villains Charlton DC 18
Thomas Magee Thomas Magee villain
  [twin brother of Crooked Face] Marvel 1
Magna Mind villain
  [1st app: Magic Snake ad (Feb. 1983)] Marvel 1
Mako villain
CBR Scale: R Atlantean Greco-Roman classical religion
[1st app: Marvel: The Lost Generation #12 (Mar. 2000)] Marvel 2
Malik Malik villain
  black CBS 1
The Maller villain
  [] Marvel 1
Man-Mountain Marko (Michael Marko) villain
  [1st app: The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #73 (June 1969)] Marvel 18
The Mangler villain
  [one of 3 master criminals used as Tri-Man template] Marvel 2
Manny villain
  [1st app: Spider-Man Unlimited (vol. 1) #7 (Nov. 1994)] Marvel 1
Charles Manson Charles Manson villain clergy/religious leader real/historical person
CBR Scale: S Scientologist; self-declared messiah
[1st app: The Defenders (vol. 1) #59 (May 1978)] Marvel 61
Frankie Marello supporting character
 indeterminate  [juvenile delinquent] DC 1
Mauler villain
  Maggia Marvel 1
Max the Axe (Max) villain
CBR Scale: M sadist
[tortured victims with axe] Marvel 1
Ralph McGee villain
  [] Marvel UK 1
Vinnie McGee villain
  [] Marvel UK 1
Louie McPhee Louie McPhee villain
  Mafia Marvel 5
Tyrone McQuaid supporting character
CBR Scale: S repentant
[reformed criminal] Marvel 1
Mesmero Mesmero (Vincent) villain
CBR Scale: S mutant supremacist
The Demi-Men; Weapon X
[stage hypnotist]
Marvel 54
Rafe Michel Rafe Michel villain
CBR Scale: D black supremacist
black
[led a militant Black Power group Silver Skulls]
Marvel 9
Mickey villain
  [1st app: Nomad (vol. 2) #1 (May 1992)] Marvel 1
Mickey villain
  [criminal killed by Americop] Marvel 1
Midas, the Golden Man (Malcolm Merriwell) villain
  [led gang of thugs] Marvel 2
Mikey villain
  Mafia Marvel 1
Mikey villain
  Mafia Marvel 1
Louis Minelli supporting character
  Midtown High School Marvel 1
Mirage (Mike) villain
  [killed by Intergang's leader when he refused to join] DC 6
Mirage Mirage (Desmond Charne) villain
  Hood's Army
[holography technician; leader of own gang]
Marvel 3
Mist (Nash) villain
  [1st app: Starman (vol. 2) #0 (Oct. 1994)] DC 15
The Mist The Mist (Kyle Nimbus) villain scientist
  The Injustice Society; Secret Society of Super Villains DC 36
Mister 104 Mister 104 (John Dubrovny) villain scientist
CBR Scale: M alchemist
[named for number of known chemical elements] DC 10
Mister Fear Mister Fear (Larry Cranston) villain
  [1st app: Daredevil (vol. 1) #88 (June 1972)] Marvel 13
Mister Fear Mister Fear (Zoltan Drago) villain
  Fellowship of Fear (leader) Marvel 5
Mister Nobody villain
  [1st app: Spider-Girl (vol. 1) #1 (Oct. 1998)] Marvel 13
Mitch villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[made trap to kill Batman, based on Batman's own nightmares] DC 2
Mister Moctezuma Mister Moctezuma villain
CBR Scale: S Aztec religion
Hispanic
[tried to kill girl believed incarnation of Huitzilopochtli]
Marvel 1
Moko Moko villain
  Japanese; Asian Quality 1
The Mongol villain
CBR Scale: S Chinese traditional religion
[1st app: Detective Comics (vol. 1) #39 (May 1940)] DC 1
Lou Monkton supporting character
  [framed for murder by Trask; defended by Jen Walters] Marvel 1
The Monocle (Michel Berman) villain
  Enclave (ally) Marvel 7
Mosh (Gilbert Lipchitz) villain
  [1st app: The Hood #2 (Aug. 2002)] Marvel 1
Moth villain
  [1st app: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #83 (Late Aug. 1991)] Marvel 1
Multi-Man Multi-Man (Duncan Pramble) villain hero
  Justice League Antarctica; The Suicide Squad...  DC 34
Murdoch villain
  [1st app: Punisher: Blood on the Moors (Dec. 1991)] Marvel 1
Bruno Murphy villain
  [stole, hid formula that empowered X the Marvel] Marvel 1
Mysterio Mysterio (Quentin Beck) villain
  Sinister Six Marvel 116
Mr. Naguro villain
  [1st app: Spider-Man Unlimited (vol. 1) #5 (May 1994)] Marvel 1
Maggie Neddick villain
  [19th C. Old West; had magnetic pistol] Marvel 1
Nefarius Nefarius (Lloyd Bloch) villain
CBR Scale: I Committee To Regain America's Principles (temporary)
Secret Empire Marvel 10
Neutralizer (Mr. Burstyn) villain
  Stark Industries
[with Fawlkes, invented a battlesuit]
Marvel 1
Nick supporting character
 indeterminate  [juvenile delinquent] DC 1
Night-Slayer (Anton Knight) villain
  [] DC 14
Nighthawk Nighthawk (Kyle Richmond) hero
  Redeemers (Earth-712); Secret Avengers...  Marvel 361
Nitro Nitro (Robert Hunter) villain
  The Untouchables; Lunatic Legion...  Marvel 37
Nolan villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
[petty crook] DC 1
Henry Norton villain
  [1871 man, tapped into Time Pool to commit crimes] DC 1
Number 12 I villain
  Rocketeers; The Corporation Marvel 1
Number 12 II villain
  Secret Empire Marvel 1
Number 13 villain
  Secret Empire Marvel 3
Number 9 villain
  Secret Empire Marvel 3
Number Eight villain
  Secret Empire Marvel 4
Number Eight II villain
  Secret Empire Marvel 3
Number Five I villain
  Secret Empire Marvel 2
Number Five II supporting character villain
  Secret Empire Marvel 8
Number Four villain
  Secret Empire Marvel 5
Number Nine Number Nine (Linda Donaldson) villain
  Secret Empire Marvel 7
Number Nine III villain
  Secret Empire Marvel 5
Number One I villain
  Secret Empire (leader) Marvel 5
Number One IV villain
  Secret Empire (leader) Marvel 7
Number One Number One (Richard Nixon) villain based on a real person
CBR Scale: I Quaker
Secret Empire (leader) Marvel 4
Number Seven villain
  Secret Empire Marvel 13
Number Six III villain
  Secret Empire Marvel 2
Number Ten villain
  Secret Empire Marvel 4
Number Three villain
  Secret Empire
[killed and impersonated by Punisher]
Marvel 11
Number Three II villain
  Secret Empire
[killed and impersonated by the Punisher]
Marvel 6
Number Two villain
  Secret Empire
[killed by Number 9]
Marvel 1
Number Two II villain
  Secret Empire Marvel 1
Mr. O'Connor villain
  The Corporation Marvel 1
Mr. O'Reilly villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
[1st app: Spider-Man's Tangled Web #4 (Sep. 2001)] Marvel 1
Obama Gang villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[gang of violent bank robbers wearing Barak Obama masks] Marvel 1
Onionhead villain
  Split-Second Squad Marvel 1
The Operator (Lenny Flynn) villain
  [1st app: Spider-Man Unlimited (vol. 1) #3 (Nov. 1993)] Marvel 1
The Orb (Drake Shannon) villain
  [1st app: Marvel Team-Up (vol. 1) #15 (Nov. 1973)] Marvel 29
Orbit Orbit villain
  Spacemen
[Space Program trainee]
Marvel 1
Dante Ortega Dante Ortega supporting character
CBR Scale: S LGBT
Hispanic
[boyfriend of Emma Frost's brother Christian]
Marvel 2
Norman Osborn Norman Osborn villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
Sinister Twelve (leader); Dark Avengers (leader)...  Marvel 417
Oscar villain
  [1st app: Nomad (vol. 1) #1 (Nov. 1990)] Marvel 1
The Owl The Owl (Leland Owlsley) villain
  Gang of Four
[led his own criminal gang]
Marvel 135
Pablo villain
  [1st app: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #45 (Mid-Mar. 1989)] Marvel 1
Paine Paine villain
  [kidnapped Mindy Bolton] Marvel 1
Biff Parker villain
  [leader of a criminal gang] DC 1
Pavel villain
  [member of a gang of small-time criminals] Marvel 1
Pecos villain
  Split-Second Squad Marvel 2
Pepper villain
  [1st app: Green Goblin #8 (May 1996)] Marvel 2
Red Peyer villain
  [19th C. Old West; wielded energy rifle] Marvel 1
Phil Phil villain
 indeterminate  [tried looting NYPD storage facility during World War Hulk] Marvel 1
Phil villain
  [1st app: Marvel Super-Heroes (vol. 2) #3 (Fall 1990)] Marvel 1
Phil villain
  [impersonated Spider-Man] Marvel 1
Pig villain
  The 'Vores Marvel 1
Cisco Pike Cisco Pike villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
[terrorized Wells Junction (Old West)] Marvel 5
Pin-Stripe villain
  Split-Second Squad Marvel 1
Pinhead villain
  [1st app: Batman (vol. 1) #166 (Sep. 1964)54] Marvel New Universe 1
Pinky supporting character
 indeterminate  [juvenile delinquent] DC 1
Piranha villain
CBR Scale: I uplifted animal
piranha; Aquanoids... 
[accidentally created by Dr. Dorcas]
Marvel 11
Piranha Jones (Jones) villain
  [leads his own gang] Marvel 6
Plemina villain
  [1st app: Iron Man (vol. 4) #7 (June 2006)] Marvel 2
Pockets villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[1st app: Batman (vol. 1) #3 (Fall 1940)] DC 1
Michel Poiccard Michel Poiccard non-feature lead character
  [1st app: Breathless (1960)] Les Films Imperia 1
Porcupine Porcupine (Alex Gentry) villain
  Batroc's Brigade; Maggia...  Marvel 36
Positron (Veronica) villain hero
CBR Scale: S repentant
First Line
[former criminal]
Marvel 3
Benjamin Potts villain
  [1st app: Namor, the Sub-Mariner #24 (Mar. 1992)] Marvel 1
Princess Python Princess Python (Zelda DuBois) villain
  Serpent Squad; Serpent Society...  Marvel 93
Professor Milo (Achilles Milo) villain scientist
  [1st app: Detective Comics (vol. 1) #247 (Sep. 1957)] DC 15
Prometheus Prometheus (Chad Graham) villain
  [impersonated actual Prometheus, who later killed him] DC 27
Prometheus's father villain
CBR Scale: S hippie
[in violent "Bonnie & Clyde"-like crime duo with wife] DC 4
Prometheus's mother villain
CBR Scale: S hippie
[in violent "Bonnie & Clyde"-like crime duo with husband] DC 4
The Pseudo-Superman villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #6 (Nov. 1938)] DC 1
The Puppet Master (Dmitri) villain
CBR Scale: S Cossack
[1st app: Batman (vol. 1) #3 (Fall 1940)] DC 1
Puppeteer Puppeteer (Jordan Weir) villain scientist
CBR Scale: S manifestly non-religious
H.I.V.E. DC 6
Purple Man Purple Man (Zebediah Killgrave) villain
  Hood's Army
[led own criminal gang; Purple Girl's father]
Marvel 18
Quill Quill villain
CBR Scale: S mutant supremacist
The Resistants Marvel 5
Rampage Rampage (Stuart Clarke) supporting character villain
  The Recession Raiders (leader)
[driven to crime by terrible state of U.S. economy]
Marvel 70
Ramrod villain
  [1st app: Daredevil (vol. 1) #103 (Sep. 1973)] Marvel 25
Randolph villain
  [Bronx-based small-time criminal] Marvel 3
Rocco Rank villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
[accepted Mummy's offer to escape; became slave in Egypt] Marvel 1
Monica Rappaccini Monica Rappaccini villain scientist
CBR Scale: M Scientism
A.I.M.
[mother of Scorpion (Carmilla Black)]
Marvel 17
Raunch Raunch (Scarlet) villain
CBR Scale: U Catholic (lapsed)
Sisters of Sin Marvel 15
Raven (Joey Makk) villain
  [1st app: Hawkman (vol. 1) #17 (Dec. 1966 - Jan. 1967)] DC 1
Eric Ravenscore villain
CBR Scale: R Shadow
[courted Lenore Castle; Dirk Ravenscore's brother] Marvel 2
Tyler Ravenscore villain
CBR Scale: R Shadow
[killed by his son, Dirk Ravenscore] Marvel 1
Ravenstorm (Jedediah Ravenstorm) villain
CBR Scale: S Native American (Cherokee); spirit
[founder of Lawless, AZ; form usurped by demon Kthara] Marvel 1
Raymond villain
  black
[member of drug gang Falcon was once in]
Marvel 1
Red Duck villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
[with Cisco Pike, terrorized Wells Junction (Old West)] Marvel 5
Red Queen (Hope Pym) villain scientist
CBR Scale: M vengeance
Revengers
[seeker of vengeance]
Marvel 7
Red Raven (Raven) villain
  Iron Mask's gang
[led his own gang]
Marvel 2
Repro (Billy) villain
  H.I.V.E F.I.V.E.
[has power to make copies of self]
DC 5
Reptile (Webster) villain
  [1st app: Sub-Mariner Comics #23 (Summer 1947)] Marvel Timely 1
Emilio Reuss villain
  The Council of Ten Marvel 1
Rick villain
  [chapter 10] Republic Pictures 1
Rico villain
  [1st app: Marvel Team-Up (vol. 1) #121 (Sep. 1982)] Marvel 1
The Ringer The Ringer (Tony Davis) villain
CBR Scale: I resurrected
A.I.M. Marvel 11
The Ringer The Ringer (Keith Kraft) villain
  Shadow Initiative Marvel 12
Riot Riot villain
  Heavy Mettle; Shadow Initiative Marvel 3
Ritchie villain
  [1st app: Spider-Man's Tangled Web #4 (Sep. 2001)] Marvel 1
Jonathan Roarke villain
  [1st app: Speedball #1 (Sep. 1988)] Marvel 1
Knuckles Roarke villain
  [1st app: Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane #8 (Apr. 1959)] DC 1
Rocket Racer (Troy) villain
  [1st app: The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 2) #13 (Jan. 2000)] Marvel 1
Rocket Racer Rocket Racer (Robert Farrell) hero
  Outlaws Marvel 39
Rocky villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)849] Marvel 1
Rocky villain
  [1st app: Marvel Team-Up (vol. 1) #121 (Sep. 1982)] Marvel 1
Rocky villain
  black Marvel 1
Rodriguez villain
  [1st app: The Punisher (vol. 6) #3 (Sep. 2001)] Marvel 1
Hector Rodriguez supporting character villain
  Hispanic
[father of Nestor Rodriguez (Eleggua)]
Marvel 2
Rollerblast villain
  [leader of own gang] Marvel MC2 1
Ron villain
  [1st app: The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #267 (Aug. 1985)] Marvel 1
The Rose The Rose (Richard Fisk) villain
  HYDRA
[led own organization; Kingpin's son]
Marvel 73
Rush villain
CBR Scale: D Religion of Crime
[1st app: Detective Comics (vol. 1) #854 (Aug. 2009)] DC 1
Ruthar villain
CBR Scale: R Atlantean Greco-Roman classical religion
[1st app: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #7 (Late Nov. 1988)] Marvel 1
Tony S. villain
  [killed by Absorbing Man] Marvel 1
Fritz Sablinova Fritz Sablinova villain
CBR Scale: U Symkarian Orthodox (nominal)
Wild Pack; Genesis Coalition
[Silver Sable's uncle (her father's twin)]
Marvel 6
The Sack villain
  [1st app: Deadpool (vol. 2) #46 (Nov. 2000)] Marvel 1
Salamander villain
CBR Scale: M Aztec
Hispanic
[claims his powers come from serpent god Xiuhcoatl]
Marvel 4
Salt villain
  [1st app: Green Goblin #8 (May 1996)] Marvel 2
Sanchez villain
  Smog Alert Marvel 1
Sandman Sandman (Flint Marko) villain hero
  Sinister Twelve; Sinister Six...  Marvel 388
Sapphire Styx Sapphire Styx villain
  [1st app: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #1 (Early Sep. 1988)] Marvel 7
Satellite Satellite villain
  Spacemen
[Space Program trainee]
Marvel 1
The Schizoid Man The Schizoid Man (Chip Martin) villain
  Vil-Anon; Empire State University... 
[has multiple personality disorder]
Marvel 5
Mr. Schmidlin villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)046] Marvel 1
Scope villain
  [leader of own crime gang] Marvel 1
Paulio Scorcese villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[Karen Page prostituted herself to him for passage to U.S.] Marvel 3
Connie Scungili villain
  Mafia Marvel 1
Fredo Scungili villain
  Mafia Marvel 1
Mickey Scungili villain
  Mafia Marvel 1
Sonny Scungili villain
  Mafia Marvel 1
Scythe villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)884] Marvel 2
Serpentino villain
  [1st app: Magic Snake ad (Feb. 1983)] Marvel 2
Shades Shades (Alvarez) villain
  Hispanic Marvel 13
Shadow-Hand (Li Chun) villain
  Si-Fan Marvel 1
Shakey supporting character
  [Joelle's nervous business partner] Marvel 1
Shaky villain
  [1st app: Spider-Girl (vol. 1) #1 (Oct. 1998)] Marvel 1
Otto Shanks villain
  [1st app: Dakota North #1 (June 1986)] Marvel 1
The Shark The Shark (Gunther Hardwick) villain scientist
  Terrible Trio DC 11
The Sheik (Sheik ibn Bheik) villain
CBR Scale: S Muslim
[1st app: Dakota North #4 (Dec. 1986)] Marvel 2
Shellshock (Gary Buser) villain
  [1st app: Fantastic Four Annual #5 (Nov. 1967)] Marvel 10
Sherry Sherry villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
The Untouchables DC 2
Shocker villain scientist
  [1st app: Batman (vol. 1) #172 (June 1965)46] Marvel Timely 1
Shockwave Shockwave (Lancaster Sneed) villain
CBR Scale: S Golden Dagger Sect
The Masters of Evil; S.H.I.E.L.D.... 
[Was one of the S.H.I.E.L.D. Deltites.]
Marvel 35
The Shooter villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
[wore guns on hands] Marvel 1
Shorts villain
  [1st app: Daredevil (vol. 1) #74 (Mar. 1971)] Marvel 1
Shrunken Bones Shrunken Bones (Dr. Jerold Morgan) villain scientist
  Headmen Marvel 22
Shuffles villain
  [Nova got info about Inner Circle from him] Marvel 2
Sidearm Sidearm villain
  [1st app: Superboy (vol. 3) #1 (Feb. 1994)] DC 4
Sidewinder Sidewinder villain
  Serpent Society Marvel 1
Sidewinder Sidewinder villain
  Serpent Society Marvel 1
Sidewinder Sidewinder (Seth Voelker) villain
  Serpent Squad; Serpent Society Marvel 36
Sammy Silke villain
  Mafia
[childhood friend of Kingpin]
Marvel 7
Frankie Silvera villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)745] Marvel 1
Silversword (Arnold Kaua) villain
CBR Scale: M Hawaiian traditional religion
[1st app: Superboy (vol. 3) #2 (Mar. 1994)] DC 7
Sin Sin (Synthia Schmidt) villain
CBR Scale: S religious
Sisters of Sin (leader)
[Red Skull's daughter]
Marvel 13
Six of Spades villain
 indeterminate  The Royal Flush Gang
[previous Six of Spades before Five of Spades promoted]
DC 1
Skinny villain
CBR Scale: D Satanism: Demon's Cult
Project: Glamor
[demon-worshipping drug addict]
Marvel 3
SKULL villain group
  [international criminal gang] DC 15
The Skull villain
  [Black Hood's arch-nemesis] Archie MLJ Comics 8
Slash Slash villain
CBR Scale: U Catholic (lapsed)
Sisters of Sin Marvel 7
"Neat Pete" Sligo villain
  [forced captives to fight in his Gladiator Club] Marvel UK 1
Slim Slim villain
  United Crooks of America Quality 1
Slippery Sam (Sam Winthrow) villain
  [1st app: J2 #4 (Jan. 1999)] Marvel 1
Slug villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)874] Marvel 1
Slug Slug villain
  United Crooks of America Quality 1
The Smasher villain
  The Committee (leader)
[strongman]
Marvel 1
Smasher Kreel (Kreel) villain
  [1st app: Captain America (vol. 1) #152 (Aug. 1972)] Marvel 1
Smasher (Jon Peahl) villain
  [Death-Stalker's pawn against DD] Marvel 2
Smiler (Roland Meacham) villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[1st app: Detective Comics (vol. 1) #327 (May 1964)] DC 1
Snake villain
  [killed homeless people] Marvel 1
Snow Wolf (General Tskarov) villain
  [tried to siphon Darkstar's power] Marvel 3
Sokoloski villain
  [1st app: Green Goblin #11 (Aug. 1996)] Marvel 1
Sonar villain
  [1st app: Green Lantern (vol. 3) #66 (Sep. 1995)] DC 11
Frankie Soul villain
  [1st app: Starman (vol. 2) #15 (Jan. 1996)] DC 5
Space Oddity villain
  Para-Troop Marvel New Universe 1
Spit Spit villain
  Wildboys
[wilding criminal]
Marvel 7
Spotty villain
  [1st app: Batman (vol. 1) #166 (Sep. 1964)54] Marvel New Universe 1
Spyral villain
  [1st app: Spider-Girl (vol. 1) #3 (Dec. 1998)] Marvel 4
Squid villain
  Mafia Marvel 1
Squid villain
  [1st app: Spider-Man Unlimited (vol. 1) #19 (Feb. 1998)] Marvel 1
Squirrel Squirrel (Johnny Amato) villain
  [target who Jackie Cogan is hired to kill] Alfred A. Knopf 2
Stanley Stanley villain
  Bush Rangers Marvel 3
Stanley villain
  [1st app: Ghost Rider (vol. 2) #60 (Sep. 1981)] Marvel 1
Sticker (Foxworth) villain scientist
  [1st app: Speedball #2 (Oct. 1988)] Marvel 2
Stilt-Man Stilt-Man (Wilbur Day) villain scientist
  Gang of Four; Emissaries of Evil (Electro) Marvel 53
Stilt-Man (Michael Watts) villain
  [created suit off designs stolen off Internet] Marvel 4
Stilts villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[led small gang of thieves] DC 1
The Stinger (James Valkon) villain
  [1st app: The Avengers (vol. 1) #179 (Jan. 1979)] Marvel 2
Nick Stone villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[tried to murder Lois Lane; thwarted by Superman] DC 1
Stony villain
 indeterminate  [restaurant owner] DC 1
Stronghold Stronghold villain
  Heavy Mettle; Shadow Initiative Marvel 2
Werner Strucker Werner Strucker villain
  HYDRA
[Baron Strucker's son]
Marvel 7
Styglut villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
Exhumes (leader)
[from future; traveled to contemporary with Fitzroy]
Marvel 4
Sudden Death Sudden Death (Dwayne Wainright) villain
  [1st app: Hawk and Dove (vol. 3) #5 (Oct. 1989)] DC 13
Super Squad villain group
  [Crime-Master's tech-enhanced criminals] Marvel 1
Supreme Serpent (Dan Dunn and Hale Mortague) villain
  Sons of the Serpent (leader) Marvel 2
Supreme Serpent (Lucas Green) villain
CBR Scale: M White Supremacist: Sons of the Serpent (leader)
Sons of the Serpent (leader) Marvel 1
Swedish Dan (Dan) villain
  Maggia Marvel 1
Sweet William villain
  Split-Second Squad
[named after a type of flower]
Marvel 2
The Swiss villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religous
[1st app: Richard Dragon, Kung-Fu Fighter #1 (June-July 1975)] DC 3
Swordsman villain
  Circus of Crime
[student of Swordsman (Jacques DuQuesne)]
Marvel 1
Swordsman Swordsman (Jacques Duquesne) villain hero
  Batroc's Brigade; The Avengers...  Marvel 73
Sykes villain
  [1st app: Darkhawk #4 (June 1991)] Marvel 1
System Crash System Crash villain group
  [Baron Strucker's assault team] Marvel 8
Tamone Tamone villain
  [Senor Muerte's second-in-command] Marvel 1
Tank Girl Tank Girl (Rebecca Buck) hero
  [1st app: Deadline Magazine #1 (Oct. 1988)] Deadline Publications 53
Tarantula (Anton Miguel Rodriguez) villain
  [1st app: The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #134 (July 1974)] Marvel 5
Tatsu'o Tatsu'o villain
  Cybersamurai (founder); Yakuza
[Opal Tanaka's grandfather]
Marvel 6
Technician villain scientist
CBR Scale: M obsessive collector of advanced technology
[1st app: Superboy (vol. 3) #16 (June 1995)] DC 3
Techno Techno (Norbert Ebersol) villain hero
  Redeemers; Initiative...  Marvel 136
Teo villain
  [belonged to El Caiman's organization] Marvel 1
Terry villain
  [1st app: Peter Parker: Spider-Man (vol. 2) #23 (Nov. 2000)] Marvel 2
Tharok villain
  Fatal Five (leader) DC 7
Third Rail villain
  [1st app: Deadline #1 (June 2002)] Marvel 1
Three of Spades villain
  The Royal Flush Gang DC 1
three unnamed burglers villain
  [1st app: The Atom (vol. 1) #7 (June-July 1963)] DC 1
three unnamed crooks villain group
  [sought hidden treasure in a graveyard; all died] DC 1
three unnamed crooks villain
  [1st app: The Atom (vol. 1) #9 (Oct.-Nov. 1963)] DC 1
Thumper Thumper (Morgan) villain
 indeterminate  [1st app: Tales of Suspense (vol. 1) #62 (Feb. 1965)] Marvel 2
Mr. Timmons villain
  Landau, Luckman,-ampersand-Lake; black
[had warp champber in his shop]
Marvel 3
Joe Tinker villain
  The Panther Gang DC 1
Leonard Tippit supporting character
  [1st app: The Avengers (vol. 1) #101 (July 1972)] Marvel 1
Tommy villain
  [1st app: The Punisher Annual #1 (Aug. 1988)] Marvel 1
Tommy supporting character
 indeterminate  [criminal juvenile delinquent, reformed by Batman] DC 1
Tony villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)961] Marvel 1
Malachi Toomes villain
  [the Vulture's nephew] Marvel 2
Toother supporting character
CBR Scale: M repentant
[encountered Ghost Rider (Ketch), became too scared to sin] Marvel 2
Toothpick supporting character
  [Justice defended him from guards when he had seizure] Marvel New Universe 1
Torso Torso villain
CBR Scale: U Catholic (nominal)
Sisters of Sin Marvel 7
Toyman (Jack Nimball) villain
  The Legion of Doom DC 13
Trash Bandit villain
  [1st app: Wild Thing (vol. 2) #1 (Oct. 1999)] Marvel 1
Markie Trattman Markie Trattman villain
  Mafia
[ran illegal poker ring]
Alfred A. Knopf 2
Tray villain
  Bush Rangers (leader) Marvel 4
Harley Traynor villain
  Maggia
[Biohazard's father]
Marvel 2
Tri-Man villain
  [created using abilities of 3 master criminals] Marvel 8
Trickshot (Barney Barton) supporting character
  [brother of Hawkeye] Marvel 36
Trident Trident villain
  Secret Society of Super Villains; H.I.V.E.
[black man]
DC 8
Trident villain
  H.I.V.E. DC 2
Trident (Sammy Jaye) villain
  H.I.V.E. DC 2
Trigger Jones Trigger Jones (Jones) villain
  United Crooks of America Quality 1
Trigger Twins Trigger Twins (Tom and Tad Trigger) villain group
  [modern twin brothers; dress up as their Old West namesakes] DC 11
Trixie villain
 indeterminate  [posed as woman in distress to drug, blackmail U.S. Senator] DC 1
The Trump The Trump (Carlton Sanders) villain
  [1st app: Daredevil (vol. 1) #203 (Feb. 1984)] Marvel 9
Turk Turk (Turk Barrett) supporting character villain
  black; The Thunderbolts Marvel 108
Dick Turpin Dick Turpin villain real/historical person
CBR Scale: U Anglican (nominal)
[late 1700s notorious highwayman; may be Atom's ancestor] DC 56
The Turtle-Man (Rocks Rico) villain
  [led Turtle Gang] Marvel Timely 1
Tweedledee and Tweedledum Tweedledee and Tweedledum (Deever and Dumson Tweed) villain
  The Wonderland Gang; Secret Society of Super Villains DC 25
Two-Legged Rat villain
  [1st app: Speedball #5 (Jan. 1989)] Marvel 2
Typhoon villain
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)884] Marvel 1
Undertaker (Conrad Eisenstadt) villain
  [swindled widows and widowers] Marvel 1
unnamed bald black criminal villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
black
[robbed liquor store; new Enchantress turned him into a dog]
Marvel 1
unnamed criminal villain
  [1st app: Tales to Astonish (vol. 1) #30 (Apr. 1962)] Marvel 1
unnamed criminal villain
  [partner of criminal Leftie] DC 1
unnamed criminal villain
CBR Scale: S cursed
[tries to steal Voodoo King idol, but can't put it down] Marvel 1
unnamed criminal villain
  [1st app: Darkhawk #6 (Aug. 1991)] Marvel 1
unnamed criminal unnamed criminal villain
  [shot Rick Grimes, hospitalizing him during zombie outbreak] Image 2
unnamed criminal with dreadlocks villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
black
[robbed liquor store; had beard, moustache, short dreadlocks]
Marvel 1
unnamed crook villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
[1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)57] DC 1
unnamed crook villain
  [Superman turned him over to police] DC 1
unnamed juvenile delinquent supporting character
 indeterminate  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)] DC 1
unnamed kidnapper villain
CBR Scale: S manifestly non-religious
black
[kidnapped children for Jakar]
Marvel 1
unnamed kidnappers villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #6 (Nov. 1938)7] DC Marvel 3
unnamed morgue wagon hijacker villain
  [chapters 9, 11] Republic Pictures 1
unnamed outlaw in blue vest unnamed outlaw in blue vest villain
  [held woman captive; Jack Woods rescued her, defeated him] DC 1
unnamed outlaw in yellow shirt unnamed outlaw in yellow shirt villain
  [held woman captive; Jack Woods rescued her, defeated him] DC 1
unnamed petty thief unnamed petty thief villain
 indeterminate  [savagely beaten by Batman for stealing pearl necklace] DC 1
unnamed priest unnamed priest villain clergy/religious leader
CBR Scale: D Catholic priest
[actual Catholic priest, or pretends to be one] DC 1
unnamed robber villain
  black
[robbed liquor store; stopped by Falcon]
Marvel 1
unnamed robbers villain group
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[wore Kevlar body armor] DC 1
unnamed teen criminal supporting character
 indeterminate  [snitched on his gang to Batman] DC 1
unnamed thug unnamed thug villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[helped steal treasure map from Pieface] DC 1
unnamed thug supporting character
  [chapters 1-2, 6, 10] Republic Pictures 1
unnamed white criminal villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[robbed liquor store; white guy running w/3 black criminals] Marvel 1
Vacuum Vacuum villain
  Spacemen
[Space Program trainee]
Marvel 1
Vampiro Vampiro villain
CBR Scale: M vampire (self-styled)
Larcenous Three; Initiative Marvel 3
Morbidd Van Deth Morbidd Van Deth villain
  [1st app: Police Comics #8 (Mar. 1942)] Quality 1
Scul Van Deth Scul Van Deth villain
  [1st app: Police Comics #8 (Mar. 1942)] Quality 1
Cleo Vanderlip villain
  [1st app: Dakota North #1 (June 1986)] Marvel 5
Eddie Vanelli villain
  [1st app: Nomad (vol. 1) #3 (Jan. 1991)] Marvel 1
Vector Vector (Simon Utrecht) villain
  U-Foes; Hood's Army...  Marvel 61
Veda Veda villain
  The Corporation Marvel 7
Vegas hero
CBR Scale: S repentant
Renegades
[reformed criminal; has power to steal luck from others]
Marvel 2
The Velvet Tiger The Velvet Tiger (Lani Gilbert) villain
  [1st app: Detective Comics (vol. 1) #518 (Sep. 1982)] DC 8
The Vice Agent villain
  [said he had super powers (a lie) to manipulate others] Marvel 1
Vinnie villain
  Mafia Marvel 1
Vixen villain
  [1st app: Marvel Mystery Comics #67 (Nov. 1945)] Marvel 1
Victor Volcanum villain
  [became immortal via technology of Apokolips New Gods] DC 3
Vulture (Blackie Drago) villain
  [1st app: The Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #48 (May 1967)] Marvel 3
The Vulture (Armand Lydecker) villain scientist
  Terrible Trio DC 15
Vulture (Clifton Shallot) villain scientist
  [Ph.D in Biophysics] Marvel 1
Vulture Vulture (Adrian Toomes) villain
  Sinister Twelve; Sinister Six Marvel 342
Vulture's son supporting character
  [1st app: Action Comics (vol. 1) #8 (Jan. 1939)446] Marvel 1
Doc Wagner villain
  [murderous crime doctor] Marvel Timely 1
Wall-Eyed Pike (Joseph Pike) supporting character
  [regular at Josie's Bar] Marvel 4
Warbow Warbow villain
  Shadow Initiative; Heavy Mettle Marvel 3
Weasel villain
  [1st app: Generation X #33 (Dec. 1997)] Marvel 8
Weasel villain
  [stole Clarion's bag] Marvel 1
Weed villain
  [1st app: Namor, the Sub-Mariner #24 (Mar. 1992)] Marvel 1
Weeper Weeper villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[helped steal treasure map from Pieface] DC 1
Wescott villain
  Rocketeers (leader); The Corporation Marvel 2
The Whale (Jimmy Sabini) villain
  [ran a business under Kingpin umbrella] Marvel 3
Whirlwind Whirlwind (David Cannon) villain
  Lethal Legion; Initiative... 
[ice skating competitor]
Marvel 113
White Bishop White Bishop (Donald Pierce) villain
CBR Scale: M anti-mutant
The Reavers (leader); The Hellfire Club Marvel 86
White Rabbit White Rabbit (Lorina Dodson) villain
  Hood's Army Marvel 9
Ed Wiley Ed Wiley villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[successfully captured Batman, buried him alive] DC 1
Mr. Wilkerson villain
  [1st app: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #7 (Late Nov. 1988)] Marvel 2
Will O' The Wisp (Jackson Arvad) villain scientist
  Outlaws Marvel 5
Tom Willard villain
 indeterminate  The Robin Gang DC 1
William villain
  [1st app: Namor, the Sub-Mariner #24 (Mar. 1992)] Marvel 1
Rackets Williams villain
 prob. indeterminate  [sent hirelng Dan Jones to impersonate Superman] DC 1
Ron Williamson villain
  [dated daughter of Destroyer of Demons/Rev. Joshua] Marvel 1
Willie Willie villain
  [interrogated by Manhunter; has young son] DC 1
Weasel Wills Weasel Wills villain
  [stole Iron Man's armor] Marvel 1
Willy the Weeper (Willy) villain
  [criminal genius; cries constantly until he sees others cry] DC 1
Dubose Wilson villain
  black Marvel 9
Windeagle (Hector Santiago Ruiz) villain
  Dragon Circle Marvel 4
The Wizard of the West villain
  [devised weapons from alien technology he found] Marvel 1
Wizard Wizard (Bentley Wittman) villain
  Hood's Army; The Frightful Four (founder)...  Marvel 202
Wolf villain
  The 'Vores Marvel 1
Wooly Bully villain
  Para-Troop Marvel New Universe 1
Woozy Winks Woozy Winks (Wolfgang Winks) supporting character based on a real person
CBR Scale: S repentant
[Plastic Man's sidekick; wizard put spell on him] Quality 176
The Word villain
CBR Scale: U Nazi
[organized Dead Man's Hand] Marvel 6
The Wrench (Kurt Klemmer) villain
  [1st app: Omega the Unknown (vol. 1) #6 (Jan. 1977)] Marvel 3
Wrinkles villain
  [part of group, tried to steal, sell Black Tiger's costume] Marvel 3
Xotar the Weapons Master Xotar the Weapons Master (Xotar) villain clergy/religious leader scientist
CBR Scale: M JLA-worshipping cult (leader)
[from year 11,960] DC 19
Skeets Young villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
[killed 7 people in heist] DC 1
Zapper (Caesar Cirigliano) villain
CBR Scale: S repentant
[Cloak and Dagger turned him from life of crime] Marvel 1
Dr. Konrad Zaxon villain scientist
  [1st app: Tales to Astonish (vol. 1) #78 (Apr. 1966)] Marvel 2
Zebra Patrol villain group
  [criminal gang taken down by bounty hunter Mad Dog] Marvel 1
Zilko villain
  [hired mercenary Commodore Planet] Marvel 1
Zipper villain
  [Speedo's second-in-command] Marvel 1
Zippo villain
  Bush Rangers Marvel 3
Zoga villain
CBR Scale: R Atlantean Greco-Roman classical religion
Atlantean Marvel 1
Zonkers (Barry Powell) villain
  [1st app: Punisher: P.O.V. #1 (July 1991)] Marvel 3
Zymyr villain scientist
CBR Scale: I alien
Legion of Super-Villains; Gil Dish'pan DC 14

This character is in the following story which has been indexed by this website:
New Comics #1 (Dec. 1935): "Dizzy and Daffy"