Tales of Suspense (vol. 1) #62 (Feb. 1965):
“The Origin of the Mandarin!”
by Stan Lee, Don Heck, Dick Ayers

Tales of Suspense (vol. 1) #62

Title: “The Origin of the Mandarin!”

Feature: Iron Man (Tony Stark)

Medium: comic

Cover date: Feb. 1965

Publisher: Marvel
Written by: Stan Lee
Art by: Don Heck, Dick Ayers

5 characters in this story:

(Click links for info about character
and his/her religious practice, affiliation, etc.)
Pub. #
The Mandarin The Mandarin (Khan)
(lead character)
villain scientist
  Asian; Mandarin's Minions...  Marvel 190
Iron Man Iron Man (Tony Stark) hero
CBR Scale: I futurist; technophile; mostly secular; sometimes prays; Alcoholics Anonymous
Force Works; Illuminati...  Marvel 5,673
Axon-Karr Axon-Karr supporting character
CBR Scale: R Makluan/Kakaranatharnian
[crash-landed on Earth; skeleton found by future Mandarin]
Marvel 4
Fu Manchu Fu Manchu
villain clergy/religious leader
CBR Scale: M Si-Fan (leader); Order of the Golden Dawn (leader); Leopard Cult (leader)
Asian; Si-Fan
[father of Shang-Chi]
Marvel 148
Genghis Khan Genghis Khan (Temujin)
villain real/historical person
CBR Scale: S Tengriism
[1st app: Leading Comics #3 (Summer 1942)] DC I.C.E. Studios, etc. 82