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Characters from the All-New Ultimates, the successors of The Ultimates in the Ultimate Marvel universe.

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    Miles Morales / Spider-Man
The most recognizable face of the team, Miles Morales became the new Spider-Man after the death of Peter Parker.
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    Jessica Drew / Black Widow
Initially Spider-Woman, Jessica Drew is the female clone of Peter Parker, the only surviving clone of several that the late Otto Octavius made of him. As a former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, she is the most experienced member of the team, and work as their leader.
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    Kitty Pryde 
One of the last surviving members of the X-Men, and mutantkind in general, Kitty Pryde has long known hate, rejection and prejudice. But now, after saving the world by tackling Galactus, she's suddenly a beloved celebrity, and does not know how to cope with that.
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    Lana Baumgartner / Bombshell II 

Lana Baumgartner

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    Tandy Bowen / Dagger 

Tandy Bowen
A blonde haired girl who attends Midtown High school. Initially, she was more or less a cameo in Vol. 1. The character was only shown indirectly as there was someone running for Midtown High's School Student Council President and won. In vol.2, she finally makes an appearance proper... and turns out to be mutant hating jerk. After Peter's death, she meets a boy named Tyrone Johnson, with whom she immediately hits it off. After 6 months of dating, Tandy and Ty wind up in a car accident on their way to prom. Roxxon then faked their deaths and experimented on them.
  • Adaptational Early Appearance: She's around during Peter's high school years instead of debuting in his post-college ones.
  • Adaptational Modesty: She never used the Cleavage Window of mainstream Dagger.
  • Alpha Bitch: Oh, so much in her first appearance. She softens up after several months of horror.
    • Still has that attitude in a few shades with Lana and Miles(he earned her ire when he commented on the relationship status of her and Cloak).
  • Battle Couple: With Cloak.
  • The Big Guy: Dagger and Bombshell fulfill this role for the team in differing ways. Bombshell is clearly the more destructive of the two, but she is reluctant to join in a fight and is much more passive. Dagger is pugnacious and violently aggressive in comparison to Bombshell, but her power is precise and nowhere near as property damage.
  • Birds of a Feather: Both she and Ty were Student Council Presidents at their schools.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Not above using foreign objects in a super-powered brawl. In two instances, she was willing to use a plank of wood and a fallen enemy's spiked mace. It should be noted that she is a lot more aggressive than Cloak and Bombshell when it comes to fights.
  • Death Faked for You: Courtesy of Roxxon.
  • Eating Optional: Neither Cloak or Dagger have to eat.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Was mentioned way before she formally appeared as running for the School Council President and her name was written on the bathroom stall.
  • Fantastic Racism: Hates mutants. She got it from her mom.
    • You Are What You Hate: More or less. She's not a Mutant proper, but she's as near enough as to make no difference.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: Dagger's eyes glow with bright light when she's emotionally unsteady, such as when she was demanding Cloak release Bombshell from his folds, lest he kill her.
  • Heroic Resolve: During the Ultimatum wave, Tandy, unlike her mother who was in full Social Darwinist mode, wanted to help people out of the catastrophe without any abilities at the time. 2 years later, when faced with Galactus of all things, Tandy, when asked what to do by her boyfriend, she immediately decides to help out.
  • Jerkass: Her hostility towards Kitty Pryde all has to do with Kitty being a mutant. She even called the anti-mutant task force on her for no apparent reason.
  • Light The Way: Tandy has the power to manifest Daggers of Light that feel like knives once they hit their target, but are non-lethal and disappear upon contact.
  • Like an Old Married Couple: With Tyrone. They literally argue with each other about whether they have the right to place someone under arrest during a fight.
    • Make Up or Break Up: The constant squabbling eventually leads to Dagger wanting space from Cloak which coincidentally happens after the two consummate the relationship.
  • Parental Abandonment: Her parents, along with Cloak's moved while they were left to Roxxon to be experimented on. Cloak and Dagger think that their parents were paid off by Roxxon to experiment on their lifeless bodies. The truth is that Roxxon had their deaths look like an accident, then made it look like their bodies were accidentally cremated so that they could experiment on them without any legal recourse.
  • Sensual Spandex: Notable for being Averted. Dagger's new outfit avoids the Navel-Deep Neckline, Bare Your Midriff, and Cleavage Window tendencies of her other-universe counterpart. There is a recessed area on her outfit that still has the same dagger shape, but her new outfit seems to be made of a padded, space-age fabric.
  • She Cleans Up Nicely: Tandy in her Prom dress.
  • Thou Shall Not Kill: Dagger reminds Cloak that they're not killers when he tries holding Bombshell in his cloak for an extended period of time.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: She is much kinder now that she's a superhero, compared to how she was before.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Bombshell and Kitty Pryde, the latter because of her Fantastic Racism.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: The source of all her anger towards Roxxon is this. She was taken from her family and life and was presumed dead. She tries to convince herself and Ty that they should accept this, but she is still reconciling with the fact that she was essentially abandoned.

    Tyrone Johnson / Cloak
A Student Council President from Forest Hill High School, he met Tandy while working at Burger Frog after Peter's death. Six months after Miles retired as Spider-Man, he and Tandy were on their way to Prom, until a car accident left them both in comas. Roxxon then faked their deaths and experimented on them, resulting in them waking up with their powers.
  • A Daptational Early Appearance: Like Dagger, he's around while Peter's in high school, instead of debuting after Peter graduates college.
  • Bad Powers, Good People: Cloak rarely gets angry and is often the one to tell jokes to lighten the mood. His power, however, is particularly scary. So much so that in the middle of the apparent apocalypse, when asked to teleport injured and children to the hospital, one kid out right refuses while another is seen visibly running away from him. Of course, Tandy coaxed them that it was okay and eventually they allowed themselves to be teleported to safety.
  • Badass Cape: Marquez's art literally makes his cloak look like it is made out of some smoke.
  • Battle Couple: With Tandy.
  • Birds of a Feather: Both he and Tandy were Student Council Presidents at their respective schools.
  • Dark Is Not Evil
  • Deadpan Snarker: Not as angsty about the transformation that he and his girlfriend went through as Dagger. He even makes light of the situation to cheer Tandy up.
  • Death Faked for You: Courtesy of Roxxon.
  • Destination Defenestration: In her first fight with Bombshell, Dagger is hurled through the front window of a restaurant.
  • Eating Optional: Neither Cloak or Dagger feel hunger anymore.
  • The Heart: Of the new team that he joined, Cloak is mellow and rarely gets angry. He is always the one to calm the situation down if it escalates too much.
  • Horror Hunger: Averted. When Cloak consumes people with his cloak, it does not have any of the ill effects that the 616 version has. Although it seems that he can't have people in there for prolonged periods of time as he immediately releases captives as soon as they are subdued by him. He kept Bombshell in the folds of his cloak for a few minutes, and she emerged without the ill effects of Cloak's Earth-616 counterpart. We don't know enough, yet, though, as Dagger did seem to feel that Cloak keeping Bombshell in there for a prolonged length was dangerous to their adversary.
  • Like an Old Married Couple: With Tandy of course. At first, it was juvenile and then their squabbles started to make other members of the Ultimates uncomfortable.
    • Make Up or Break Up: The constant squabbling leads to Dagger wanting space from Cloak. Cloak is not all happy about it.
  • Living Shadow
  • Parental Abandonment: His parents, along with Dagger's, left while they were left to Roxxon to be experimented on. Cloak and Dagger think that their parents were paid off by Roxxon to experiment on them. The truth is that Roxxon had their deaths look like an accident before making it look like their bodies were accidentally cremated.
  • Power of the Void: Has the power to restrict combatants in his "cloak" which is really excess dark matter.
  • Teleport Cloak
  • You Can't Go Home Again: Both he and Dagger were made orphans the moment they were set to be experimented on. They are both lonely and can only trust each other. He is dealing with it better than Dagger.


A violent vigilante that solves the mafia war the swift way: by killing them.
  • Attention Whore: He checks the newspapers after killing a gang leader. First day: no news. The next day, there it is, but... page six? Just some lines? "Recent spree of alleyway slayings attributed to... gang-related killings"?


    Terry Schreck
  • The Mole: Joined the Skull Serpents as a spy. They tested things on him, and now he looks like a zombie.

    Brigid O'Reilly 

  • Broken Pedestal: O'Reilly used to be grateful of Scourge trying to help the police on his own. He was detained and interrogated, and it turns out that he was a racist maniac.

    Vernom Brooks 






  • Ungrateful Bastard: Crossbones tried to kill Spider-Man, right after he saved him from falling debris.