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Darkhawk #5 (July 1991):
“Fury from Beyond”
by Danny Fingeroth, Mike Manley, Ricardo Villagran

Darkhawk #5

Title: “Fury from Beyond”

Medium: comic

Cover date: July 1991

Publisher: Marvel
Written by: Danny Fingeroth
Art by: Mike Manley, Ricardo Villagran


19 characters in this story:

Character
(Click links for info about character
and his/her religious practice, affiliation, etc.)
Religious
Affiliation
Team(s)
[Notes]
Pub. #
app.
Darkhawk Darkhawk (Chris Powell)
(lead character)
hero
  The Avengers; The New Warriors...  Marvel 180
Guardsmen Guardsmen supporting character group
 indeterminate  [govt.-sponsored armor-wearing security force] Marvel 56
Portal Portal (Charles Little Sky) villain hero
CBR Scale: S Native American
A.R.M.O.R.; The Thunderbolts
[mutant, gained Darkhawk armor]
Marvel 18
Philippe Bazin Philippe Bazin
(details) 
villain
CBR Scale: U manifestly non-religious
Mafia
[sought to obtain Darkhawk's amulet; led Bazin Crime Family]
Marvel 17
Billy Fredricks supporting character
  Guardsmen Marvel 4
Charlie supporting character
  [guard] Marvel 1
Eliot Villagran supporting character
  Guardsmen Marvel 2
Grace Powell Grace Powell supporting character
  [Darkhawk's mother; assistant district attorney] Marvel 44
Jason Powell Jason Powell supporting character
  [Darkhawk's brother] Marvel 43
Jonathan Powell Jonathan Powell supporting character
  [Darkhawk's brother] Marvel 41
St. Johnny St. Johnny (John Trane / Mondu) supporting character
CBR Scale: S alien religion; Catholic
[Darkhawk's sometime mentor] Marvel 16
unnamed guard supporting character
  [guard] Marvel 1
unnamed doctor supporting character
  [doctor] Marvel 1
unnamed nurse supporting character
  [nurse] Marvel 1
unnamed patient supporting character
  [1st app: Darkhawk #5 (July 1991)] Marvel 1
unnamed policeman supporting character
  NYPD Marvel 1
Hobgoblin (Jason Macendale)
(cameo) 
villain
CBR Scale: M Christian (denomination unknown); merged with demon
Doom's Brigade; Carnage Family... 
[self-proclaimed servant of the Lord]
Marvel 66
Puma Puma (Thomas Fireheart)
(cameo) 
villain hero
CBR Scale: S Native American shamanism
Outlaws Marvel 60
The Avengers The Avengers
(mentioned)
hero group
  [1st app: The Avengers (vol. 1) #1 (Sep. 1963)] Marvel 100