Emma Frost: Mind Games (Aug. 2005):
“Mind Games, Part 4: A Simple Plan”
by Karl Bollers, Carlo Pagulayan, Dennis Crisostomo

Emma Frost: Mind Games

Title: “Mind Games, Part 4: A Simple Plan”

Medium: comic

Cover date: Aug. 2005

Publisher: Marvel
Written by: Karl Bollers
Art by: Carlo Pagulayan, Dennis Crisostomo

14 characters in this story:

(Click links for info about character
and his/her religious practice, affiliation, etc.)
Pub. #
White Queen Emma Frost
(lead character)
villain hero
CBR Scale: U Episcopalian (nominal); mutant supremacist
Academy of Tomorrow; Dark X-Men...  Marvel 3,409
Adrienne Frost Adrienne Frost supporting character
CBR Scale: U Episcopalian (nominal)
The Hellfire Club
[Emma Frost's sister]
Marvel 33
Winston Frost Winston Frost supporting character
CBR Scale: U Episcopalian (nominal)
[Emma Frost's father] Marvel 10
Frost Technologies supporting character group
  [company Emma Frost's father owned and ran] Marvel 2
Troy Killkelly Troy Killkelly supporting character
  [Emma Frost's boyfriend right after she left home] Marvel 6
Lucien Goff Lucien Goff villain
  [tried to collect on debt from Emma Frost's friend Troy] Marvel 5
Milo Milo villain
  [kidnapped Emma Frost for loan shark Lucien] Marvel 6
Stu Stu villain
  [kidnapped Emma Frost for loan shark Lucien] Marvel 6
Petal villain
  [Lucien's girlfriend; helped with plot to kidnap Emma Frost] Marvel 5
Bazz villain
  [made video portraying Emma Frost as ransom hostage] Marvel 3
Samuel J. Sampat supporting character
  [Adrienne gave him ransom tape showing Emma Frost kidnapped] Marvel 2
Daddy Warbucks Daddy Warbucks
supporting character
  [billionaire] Tribune Company 26
Little Orphan Annie Little Orphan Annie (Annie)
lead character comic strip character
  [1st app: Little Orphan Annie (5 Aug. 1924)] Tribune Media Services Chicago Tribune Syndicate, etc. 307
The Boston Police Department The Boston Police Department
supporting character group real/historical person
  [police department] Marvel 25

This comic was reprinted from: Emma Frost #10 (June 2004): "Mind Games, Part 4: A Simple Plan".