Legion Of Galactic Guardians 2099

The following is a list of fictional characters that appear in the comic books of Amalgam Comics. Any characters mentioned, but not seen, are excluded. They are listed by comic book and a team section is also provided. The amalgamations of characters or the Amalgam versions of one character are given. Plots of the Amalgam comic books are given in the list of Amalgam Comics publications and additional information about characters is provided in the references.

DC Versus Marvel

First appearance in DC Versus Marvel #1 (March 1996).
First appearance in DC Versus Marvel #3 (April 1996).

1996 – DC Comics

Amazon

Assassins

Doctor Strangefate

JLX

Legends of the Dark Claw

Super-Soldier

1996 – Marvel Comics

Bruce Wayne Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Bullets and Bracelets

Magneto and the Magnetic Men

Speed Demon

Spider-Boy

X-Patrol

1997 – DC Comics

Bat-Thing

Dark Claw Adventures

Generation Hex

JLX Unleashed

Lobo the Duck

Super-Soldier: Man of War

1997 – Marvel Comics

Challengers of the Fantastic

Exciting X-Patrol

Iron Lantern

The Magnetic Men featuring Magneto

Spider-Boy Team-Up

  • Agamotto Express
  • Bouncing Ball, an amalgamation of DC's Bouncing Boy and Marvel's Speedball (Robbie Baldwin)
  • Kang the Time Conqueror, an amalgamation of Marvel's Kang the Conqueror and DC's Time Trapper
  • Lectron
  • Manorb
  • Psi-Girl
  • Scavulture
  • Spartacus
  • Spider-Boy 2099 – Mig-El Gand, an amalgamation of DC's Mon-El (Lar Gand) and Marvel's Spider-Man 2099 (Miguel O'Hara)
  • Tharlock
  • Valinus

Thorion of the New Asgods

  • Thorion. An amalgamation of DC's Orion and Marvel's Thor.

Teams

  • The 100 – First appeared in Iron Lantern #1.
  • All-Star Winners Squadron – First appeared in Super-Soldier: Man of War #1. HQ: Midtown Clubhouse, 1940s Metropolis.[134]
    Amalgam from the All-Winners Squad of Marvel and the All-Star Squadron of DC.
    Members: American Belle, Human Lantern, Aqua-Mariner, Super-Soldier, Whiz, and "Brooklyn" Barnes (mascot)
  • Challengers of the Fantastic – First appeared in Challengers of the Fantastic #1.[4]
  • Challenger Haters of Evil – First appeared in Challengers of the Fantastic #1.[135]
  • Female Furies – First appeared in Bullets and Bracelets #1.[136]
  • Generation Hex – First appeared in Generation Hex #1.[137]
    Amalgam from Generation X of Marvel and Jonah Hex of DC.
    Members: Jono Hex, Aurora Trigger, El Papamondo, Johnny Random, Madame Banshee, Northstar Trigger, Retribution, Skinhunter, White Whip
  • Hellfire League of Injustice – First appeared in JLX Unleashed #1.
    Members: Savage Shaw, Maxwell Hodge, Dark Firebird, Mistress Maxima
  • Judgment League Avengers – First appeared in JLX #1.
    Members: Super-Soldier, Captain Marvel, Canary, Goliath, Hawkeye, Blue Jacket, Wonder-Gold, Red Vision, Thorion, Iron Lantern, White Witch, Speed Demon, Dark Claw, Angelhawk
  • JLX – First appeared in JLX #1.
  • New York Special Crimes Unit – First appeared in Spider-Boy #1. HQ: New York City.[138]
    Amalgam from the New York Police Department of Marvel and Metropolis Special Crimes Unit of DC.
    Members: Captain Sam Makoa, Roxy Leech, "Flash" Thompson, and "Brookyn" Barnes
  • The Quentin Carnival – First appeared in Speed Demon #1.[139]
  • The Shadow Guild – First appeared in JLX Unleashed #1.[140]
    Amalgam from the Thieves' Guild of Marvel and Obsidian elements of DC.
    Member: Wraith (Todd LeBeau)
  • The Sinister Society – First appeared in The Magnetic Men featuring Magneto #1.[141]
  • The Terrible Three – First appeared in Speed Demon #1.[142]
  • The Un-People – First appeared in Challengers of the Fantastic #1. HQ: Super Town, New Asgard.[143]
    Members: Big Gorgon, Dream Crystal, Medusa Moonrider, Triserinak, Vykin the Black Bolt
  • X-Patrol – First appeared in X-Patrol #1. HQ: X-Building
    Amalgam from the X-Men of Marvel and Doom Patrol of DC.[144]
  • The Weaponers of A.I.M. – First appeared in Iron Lantern #1.

References

External links

  • Who's Who: Handbook of the Amalgam Universe
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