Characters / Avengers Support Staff

Edwin Jarvis

  • Battle Butler: He's not anywhere near Alfred-level badass but he's got some military background of his own.
  • Red Herring: Jarvis was heavily implied to be the mysterious "Crimson Cowl," before it was revealed to be a creation of Ant-Man known as "Ultron."
  • The Rival: To Marilla.

Margaret "Peggy" Carter

  • Badass Normal: Peggy went on adventures with Captain America despite having no type of enhancement or superpower.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Peggy was a blonde in her youth, and also a hero like no other.

Henry Peter Gyrich

  • Badass Bureaucrat: Has his moments
  • Fantastic Racism: Is very biased against aliens, and whenever given the chance he tries to do something to drive them off Earth, regardless of them being heroes or not.
  • Good Is Not Nice: Some of his actions have bordered on those of an Anti-Villain despite working with the heroic Avengers.
  • Jerkass: He spent decades being a massive pain in the ass to the Avengers.
  • Jerk Ass Has A Point: The times he stops in onto the mansion are always just after a huge breach in security, from his POV it isn't that unjustifiable that he sees the Avengers as not taking security seriously.
  • Knight Templar: After Crisis Crossover events such as Civil War and Secret Invasion, he took extreme lengths to prevent any further invasions or schisms in the superhero community.
  • Pet the Dog: When called out for being 'heartless' he brings up that he took a year off work to take care of his father, who was suffering from dementia and he himself fears suffering from it.
  • Rogues-Gallery Transplant: Whenever he's not bothering the Avengers, he can usually be found harassing the X-Men and their associates.
  • Spanner in the Works: When the Avengers and other heroes were busy battling the Dire Wraiths (the sworn enemies of Rom Spaceknight) in their final invasion of Earth, Gyrich found himself manning a giant-sized version of Rom's Neutralizer weapon, intended to be used on the Wraiths (who were busy trying to replace Earth with their "Wraithworld"), but he instead tried to use it to rid Earth of all superpowered beings. Thankfully, mutant inventor Forge (who was also manning the device) stopped him before he could screw everyone else over.
  • Sunglasses at Night: He's almost always wearing sunglasses, regardless of how much light there is.
  • Tyrant Takes the Helm: His command over Avengers and S.W.O.R.D. was obstructive and often inhibited the heroes.

John Jameson

Guardsman (Michael O'Brien)

Dr. Keith Kincaid

  • Disposable Fiancé: Was married to Jane Foster whom they had a child together. In part because of Jane's long time feelings for Thor, they ultimately get divorced.
  • The Medic: Keith is a medical doctor, which puts him in the same field as Jane Foster and Donald Blake, Thor's secret identity.
  • Satellite Character: Kincaid is on;y important as Jane Foster's ex and the Avengers' doctor.

Raymond Sikorski

Mechano-Marauder / Mechnonaut (Fabian Stankowicz)

  • Harmless Villain: When he was a villain, he was ineffective to the point that David Letterman managed to take him out.

William "Bill" Foster

  • I Have Many Names: His superhero identities include Black Goliath, Giant-Man and Goliath.
  • Size Shifter: Following from Hank Pym, Bill took the identity of Giant-Man, allowing him to grow to the size of a large building.

Duane Freeman

  • Ascended Fanboy: Duane is a huge fan of the Avengers and even had some collectibles.

Zachary Moonhunter