Marvel Heroclix
Invincible Iron Man #028  Death's Head
First appearance: Transformers UK #113 (May 16, 1987)

The robotic Bounty Hunter Freelance Peace-Keeping Agent first appeared as an adversary to the Transformers. Surviving that encounter he went on to have a run-in with none other than The Doctor from Doctor Who.

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wkM-025 Spider-Ham
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First appearance: Marvel Tails #1 (November 1983)

A comedy parody of Spider-Man. There have been various versions of Spider-Ham including an episode of Ultimate Spider-Man animated series where Loki turns Spider-Man into Spider-Ham.

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043a Union Jack
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
First appearance: The Invaders #7 (July 1976)

The original Union Jack James Montgomery Falsworth was a retired country squire who fought in the first World War. He was very briefly a member of The Invaders (an early super-hero team featuring Captain America, Bucky, Namor and the original robot Human Torch).

Following The Invaders, Union Jack has been featured as a regular character in ongoing series Knights of Pendragon, New Invaders and Invaders Now, as well two self-titled mini-series.

Wiki - Union Jack



011b Deathlok
Set: Wolverine and the X-Men
First appearance: Astonishing Tales #25 (August 1974)

There have several incarnations of Deathlok. The first Deathlok was Luther Manning. He was an American soldier who, after his death, is reanimated with cyborg technology in the post-apocalyptic future of 1990 where he ends up battling his evil creator.

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wkM17-015 Lila Cheney
First appearance: New Mutants Annual #1 (1984)

Once a thief who even tried to sell the Earth and all it's population. She is a musician and a mutant with the power of teleportation. She has been associated with the New Mutants, X-Men, X-Force and Gladiators.

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Pet Avengers

Lockjaw of the Inhumans finds the Mind Gem, one of the Infinity Gems. Using his newly found telepathy discovers Reed Richard of the Fantastic Four is searching for the Infinity Gems.  Lockjaw sets about to find the Infinity Gems and recruits several other to help him in his Quest;

052 Lockjaw and Hairball (Chaos War), 033 Throg (The Mighty Thor), 080 Lockheed (Wolverine and the X-Men), WKM-013 Ms. Lion (Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends Team Base)

Throg - Following an encounter with Thor (in frog form) he gains a piece of Mjnoir and creates his own hammer.
Lockheed - an alien Dragon and long time companion of Kitty Pride of the X-Men.
Redwing - pet falcon of Falcon of the Avengers.
Zabu - Sabre-tooth tiger companion of Ka-Zar of the Savage Lands.
Hairball - originally a cat called Niels who gain powers the same as Speedball who became his owner.
Ms. Lion - pet dog of Spider-Mand and his Amazing Friends.

Wiki - Lockjaw and the Pet Avengers


040 Doctor Bong
Set: Deadpool
First appearance: Howard the Duck #15 (Aug 1977)

Lester Verde, a bullied child, and highly intelligent scientist is the villain Doctor Bong!  He has no super-powers but used advanced technology as his weapons. Doctor Bong has been an adversary to Howard the Duck, She-Hulk, Deadpool and the Secret Avengers.

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056 Sleepwalker
set: Guardians of the Galaxy
First appearance: Sleepwalker #1 (June 1991)

One of the guardians of the Mindscape, a world within dreams, Sleepwalker was tricked into entering the mind of film student Rick Sheriden where he became trapped.  Only when Rick Rick sleeps can Sleepwalker manifest into reality to battle crime.

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wkM17-018 Silvermane
First appearance: The Amazing Spider-Man #73 (June 1969)

A foe of Spider-Man and rival to Kingpin. Silvermane, Silvio Manfredi, is a career criminal with connections to the Maggia and Hydra.

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wkM-T001 Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends
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First broadcast: 1981

Spider-Man and Iceman, plus an original character, Firestar. As a trio called the Spider-Friends, they fought against various villains of the Marvel Universe.

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wkMP17-002 Spirit Of Vengeance Red Hulk
2017 Convention Exclusive
First appearance: Venom Vol 2 #13 (April, 2012)

In Las Vegas, the demonic son of Mephisto, Blackheart opened a portal to bring Hell to Earth and overthrow his father, but only managed to bring a part of it. Venom was a fugitive there, with Red Hulk wanting to bring him to the authorities. X-23 was there looking for who stole a sample of her blood. And the new Ghost Rider detected Blackheart's malevolence.
Accidentally, the four heroes found themselves about to battle Blackheart.

During the battle, Red Hulk and Venom were thrown away by Blackheart. Flash gave the symbiote to Red Hulk and it bonded with him as well as the Spirit, thus becoming the new Ghost Rider.

Wiki - Circle_of_Four

wkM19-001 Negasonic Teenage Warhead
First appearance: New X-Men #115 (August 2001)

Negasonic Teenage Warhead appears in the 2016 Deadpool film where her look and powers have changed. She is now a goth teen with new powers, she possesses the ability to bodily generate thermo-chemical energy and release it from her skin (much like Cannonball).

Originally Ellie Phimister was a Genoshan teenager, with pale skin and dark hair, who dressed as a goth and was a student of Emma Frost's telepathy class. During a tutoring session, Ellie reported having a recurring nightmare fifty times the previous night wherein all people in Genosha were exterminated.
Her powers are mainly precognition and minor telepathy.


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