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Infinity Warps (introduced in Infinity Wars)

    As A Whole 
  • Composite Character: All of these characters are amalgamations of well known Marvel Characters created by Gamora, as a means to balance the universe without killing anyone.
  • Continuity Nod: The general concept of the Infinity Warps is comparable to that of the Amalgam Universe, though these characters aren't mixed with those from The DCU.



Peter Parker / Arachknight

Combination of: Spider-Man + Moon Knight
Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Knight

  • Anti-Hero: The Knight personality is vicious in a fight, not remotely above crippling foes as a first resort.
  • Badass Cape: His costume comes with a flowing white cape.
  • Battle Boomerang: His arsenal includes bladed boomerangs not unlike a Batarang that can be used as both throwing weapons and knives for melee combat.
  • The Big Guy: Of the personalities, The Knight is the best combatant overall and generally advocates for more violent and brutal measures.
  • Broken Ace: He's a highly successful superhero, a member of the Defenders, and a business magnate to rival Sigurd Stark. But he never fully gets over the trauma of his aunt and uncle's death, his original personality never maturing far past childhood.
  • Cannot Tell a Joke: The Knight seems to have a different kind of humor than the rest of us.
    Knight: In his honor, I start with my favorite joke — Grenades.
  • Child Prodigy: Science Pete is a scientific wizard who is implied to be the creator of all the technology used by Arachknight and the driving force behind Parker Industries' success. But in his mind, he manifests as his childhood self from before his Aunt and Uncle's deaths, explaining his excitability but also his clumsiness and skittishness in the face of danger.
  • Crocodile Tears: Zigzagged. Science Pete's tears of regret and remorse for attacking the Terrific Two are genuine, lowering the duo's guard. However, the Knight makes use of this to sucker punch Reed hard enough to entangle him with Ben.
  • Experienced Protagonist: By the start of his story he's already been active as a vigilante for years and the head of a successful conglomerate dealing in eight figure sums of money.
  • Expository Hairstyle Change: The easiest way to tell Mr. Parker and Science Pete apart is by their hairstyles. Mr. Parker keeps his hair neatly slicked back, while Science Pete tussles his hair into a more youthful style.
  • Expressive Mask: As per Spider-Man standard. They also glow in the dark.
  • Good Is Not Nice: The Knight will only take his vengeance on criminals who have earned his wrath, but he'd much rather cripple them for life than let them go to a Cardboard Prison, much to the discomfort of the other personalities. When facing off against the Supreme Seven, he doesn't hesitate to burn Doctor Justice's eye out with a laser pointer and slashes Megalodon's heels.
  • Harmful to Minors: He watched helplessly as Aunt May and Uncle Ben were torn limb-from-limb by the Goblin-by-Night.
  • Insanity Immunity: When he's merged with the other Defenders during the events of Secret Warps, he's able to retain his consciousness and help the others organize their thoughts because he's already used to juggling multiple, disparate personalities.
  • Instant Costume Change: His costume is stored in a phone-shaped device that can put itself on in seconds with the push of a button.
  • In the Hood: Wears Moon Knight's cloak and hood over his red spandex costume.
  • I Surrender, Suckers: After Science Pete curls up into a fetal position while sobbing apologies to the Terrific Two for attacking them, the Knight sucker punches Reed as he moves to comfort him.
  • I Work Alone: the Knight personality, though a split personality makes maintaining that attitude a little difficult.
  • The Klutz: Science Pete can't handle the acrobatics that Spider and the Knight can, failing to stick the landing when swinging through Central Park and crashing face-first into a brick wall when he accidentally asserts himself while tracking Goblin-By-Night down.
  • The Knights Who Say "Squee!": Science Pete nerds out over the Terrific Two's zero-emissions anti-gravity propulsion system and wants to meet them to talk science. Unfortunately, he and the other personalities decide that fastest way to do this is to break into the Two's home, which naturally leads to a fight.
  • Lightning Bruiser: He has the proportionate agility and strength of a spider, making him strong, tough, and incredibly hard to hit. Even those with Super Speed like the Blurrer fail to land a hit on him, and Codename: Eagle only manages to threaten him with a Macross Missile Massacre that is easily intercepted by Soldier Supreme.
  • Manchild: Science Pete never truly matured like his other personalities. He's excitable and maintains a child-like fascination with the sciences, nerding out over the Terrific Two and completely losing track of time when working on a project. When Nightmask invades Arachknight's mind, Pete takes the form of his childhood self and meekly asks for permission to use a cannon he thinks up before actually defending himself. The fact that Mr. Parker is the "adult" personality and the only one who has experienced alcohol and sex indicates that the other two personalities are also this to an extent.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Science Pete is mortified when he realizes that he invaded the Terrific Two's headquarters and attacked them, breaking down into inconsolable sobs. Downplayed in that no real harm was done and it was more the actions of a Fanboy than done out of malice.
    Pete: Aw geez, guys! I never meant any of this stuff... I-I-I'm actually a big fan, and I just wanted to meet you and compare notes on our discoveries. But we screwed it all up... I-I-I'm so mortified! [curls up in a ball to cry]
  • Non-Action Guy: Science Pete is brilliant in all things science, but he's cowardly, a crybaby, scared of heights, and clumsy, putting them all in serious trouble when he accidentally asserts himself in a fight. Similarly, Mr. Parker is suave and professional, but isn't good at fighting, instead keeping the others organized and on task.
  • Omnidisciplinary Scientist: Science Pete is an engineer, physicist, programmer, and chemist. He also has a working knowledge of biology that allows him to recognize the impact increased size would have on the Achilles tendons.
  • Painful Transformation: While it's never described as painful in-story, the fact that the art shows a young Peter's body getting impaled by a giant spider's leg and later having his face splinter apart like glass indicate that his transformation into a Spider-Totem was anything but pleasant.
  • Protectorate: Pete is this for the other three personalities, who manifested to protect him and his child-like innocence while helping him fight crime as Arachknight.
  • Purely Aesthetic Glasses: Given that Peter never needed glasses as a child, the specs Science Peter puts on are likely this.
  • Red Is Heroic: His costume is mostly red under his cloak and he's one of his reality's preeminent superheroes.
  • Revenge: The Knight is solely motivated by a pursuit of vengeance, particularly for what happened to May and Ben. So when they encounter the Goblin again after fifteen years, the Knight immediately takes control and tries to kill him. According to him, the other three personalities also feel the same way, but are much less overt about it.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here: When Hawkmask enters his mind, Mr. Parker tries to negotiate with him first as a businessman. Parker quickly books it into a nearby bush when he realizes that mediation was never on the table, leaving Knight and Spider to fend for themselves.
    Mr. Parker: [running away] Well! If the mediation phase has concluded, I'll take a step back for now!
    Knight: No! We have to fight, you coward- [gets punched in the face] Unggh!
    Spider: At least throw a cufflink at the guy! [getting strangled in a Neck Lift] Urrrk!
    Mr. Parker: You know that's not what I'm for, Spider! Best of luck!
  • The Smart Guy: Science Pete is this. While he isn't much in a fight, his scientific insight can prove valuable to the Spider or the Knight, such as pointing out how Megalodon's increased size invokes the Square-Cube Law and puts immense strain on his Achilles tendons, prompting the Knight to slash them to bring Megalodon down.
  • The Social Expert: Mr. Parker is a suave, cool-headed businessman who runs a successful conglomerate and has the social skills to have intimate relationships with others.
  • Split-Personality Team: His mind might be splintered but his alters have all settled into roles to manage his life.
    • Science Pete is closest to his original personality. Sweet, clumsy, and enthusiastic about research, he's the brains of the operation but not much of a fighter. The other personalities fight to protect him, as he's representative of his childhood self. But when he sometimes asserts himself in a fight by accident, he tends to get into mishaps like crashing into walls.
    • Mr. Parker/Business Peter is the adult, business personality who handles the "mundane" and "boring" tasks like managing Parker Industries, drinking champagne and sex.
    • The Friendly Neighborhood Spider is the one closest to the original Spider-Man personality. A quippy jokester and a skilled acrobat and combatant, he handles most of the superhero work until The Knight's services are needed to finish a fight.
    • The Knight is closest to the original Moon Knight. A brutal avenger who fights mercilessly to protect others, he's the best fighter of them all, but usually has to be talked out of going overboard.
  • Superpowered Evil Side: Downplayed. The Knight isn't evil, but he's also the most morally flexible of Arachknight's personalities and more than willing to use excessive force to permanently stop the threat his foes pose. He also takes over as part of Peter's fight-or-flight response to crush whatever is threatening them.
  • Talking to Themself: Peter's personalities all tend to bicker and argue.
  • Thousand-Yard Stare: Poor little Peter is shown staring like this while sitting in the ambulance the night of his aunt and uncle's murder while listening to the three new voices in his head.
  • Thou Shalt Not Kill: Pete and the Spider are firm believers in not killing their enemies, but the Knight would kill his foes if not for his other personalities.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: According to Captain Peace, the Knight will one day calm down.
  • Traumatic Superpower Awakening: He becomes a Spider-Totem on the night his beloved aunt and uncle are brutally murdered trying to protect him from Goblin-By-Night. The shock of the event splits his personality in four, leaving him in therapy for years while his original personality never matured past pre-pubescence.
  • Troubled Fetal Position: After realizing that he invaded the headquarters of two heroes he admires and attacked them, Science Pete curls up into a ball and sobs apologizes to the both of them.

    Iron Hammer 

Sigurd Stark / Stark Odinson / Iron Hammer

Combination of: Iron Man + Thor

  • Amnesiac Resonance: While having no memory of who he really is, he feels at home in a storm, recalls Malekith's name, without recognising why, and his armor is a mix of human science, and those of the Ten Realms.
  • Drop the Hammer: Eitri's last weapon is a giant hammer made of cold iron, rather than Mjolnir's uru.
  • Fantastic Racism: As an Asgardian, Stark looked down on mortals. Not a great combination with a human stepbrother.
  • I Hate Past Me: Sigurd is horrified on reclaiming his memories of demi-godhood
  • Irony: Lampshaded by Stephen; He's a combination of two of Marvel's biggest party animals, yet he himself is quite dour.
  • Jerkass: Pre-amnesia Stark was a total dick, which was why Howard turned him mortal and kicked him out.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: He has no memory of being the Odinson, until he returns to Asgard.
  • Magitek: His armor, being a mix of Asgardian magic, Nidavellir forging and human science.
  • Mysterious Past: He just appeared out of a snowstorm one day, and is troubled by the fact he apparently has no friends or family. As it turns out, that's because he's not from Earth at all.
  • That Man Is Dead: Even after regaining his memories, he decides to be Sigurd Stark still, considering Stark Odinson dead.
  • Tron Lines: His armor is covered in glowing orange lines.

    Ghost Panther 

T'Challa / / "Johnny Blaze" / Ghost Panther

Combination of: Ghost Rider + Black Panther

  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parent: After hearing Misty Brooks refer to the tussle with some vampires as a date, T'Chaka seems intrigued by the idea. T'Challa is not.
  • Arc Words: All of his stories use the phrase "a place called Wakanda... that has/will always been/be free."
  • Badass Biker
  • Bad Powers, Good People: T'Challa's stuck with a vengeful god which wants to punish and kill (and eat) those T'Challa fights, and has to keep in constant control in case Zarathos gets lose.
  • Composite Character: He combines Black Panther and Ghost Rider naturally but also has the background of Eric Killraven (who is combined with someone else) in fighting a rebellion against Martian invasion.
  • Gender Flip: Zarathos is merged with Bast, making the panther demon a "she".
  • Panthera Awesome: T'Chaka sticks around as a giant fiery tiger, whom T'Challa can summon.
  • Wreathed in Flames

    Weapon Hex 

Wanda / / Laura Kinney / Weapon Hex

Combination of: X-23 + Scarlet Witch
  • Anti Anti Christ: Engineered by Dr. Wyndham to be a suitable vessel for Mephichton, she turned against him and his goals.
  • Big Sister Instinct: Woe betide anyone who tries to hurt her little sister.
  • Magical Girl Warrior: Skilled in using both her claws and magic.
  • Punny Name: Not out loud but the displayed names of all her spells play on the word "Hex".
  • Telepathy: Like Diamond Patch, she can extract information from people with her claws, but with a spell called "Hex-position".
  • What the Hell Is That Accent?: Apparently speaks with a Wundagorian accent.

Howling Commandos of Hoggoth

    Soldier Supreme 

Stephen Rogers / Soldier Supreme

Combination of: Captain America + Doctor Strange
Unable to serve his country in World War II, Stephen Rogers volunteered for a top-secret government program that— utilizing arcane sorcery— transformed him into the Soldier Supreme.
  • Barrier Warrior: Creates his shield from magic.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Gets pretty snarky at the US Army's increasingly zealous testing of his magic abilities.
  • Delicate and Sickly: Stephen Rogers was a proverbial ninety pound weakling before Dr. Erskine turned him into the Soldier Supreme. It didn't actually cure all his medical ailments (he's still got some early onset arthritis), but it helped alleviate some of them.
  • One-Steve Limit: Averted by combining Steven Rogers and Stephen Strange into a single person.
  • Patriotic Fervor: Inherits Steve Rogers' love of his country, just applied in a slightly different fashion.

    Dum-Dum Fury 

Dum-Dum Fury

Combination of: Nick Fury + Dum-Dum Duggan

    Bucky Wong 

Bucky Wong / Winter Soldier

Combination of: Wong + Bucky Barnes



    Diamond Patch 

Diamond Patch

Combination of: Wolverine + Emma Frost

  • All There in the Manual: He isn't identified as Diamond Patch in his first appearance, besides Loki sarcastically addressing him by the name. The solicit for Infinity Warps #2 officially refers to him as such.
  • Crystal Weapon: His claws —usually adamantium— are made of diamond.
  • Eyepatch of Power: Wears an eyepatch at all times. Hence the name
  • Fusion Dance: Of Emma Frost and Wolverine but notably weaker than both, since his telepathy needs physical contact and diamonds aren't nearly as indestructible as adamantium is shown to be.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Inherits Emma's fondness for expensive clothing, and can always be found in an immaculate white suit.
  • Telepathy: By cutting his target with his claws.
  • Verbal Tic: Uses Emma's "darling" to refer to people in place of Logan's "bub" (though with Logan's habit of leavin' out the "g"s).



Combination of: Jean Grey + Magneto

Terrific Two

    Mister Invisible 

Reed Storm /Mister Invisible

Combination of: Mister Fantastic + Invisible Woman

    Hot Rocks 

Ben Storm/Hot Rocks

Combination of: Human Torch + The Thing


     Dormammu Red 

Dormammu Red

Combination of: Red Skull + Dormammu
  • Ghostapo: A super-powered demon working for Nazi Germany.

    Krimson Kurse 

Krimson Kurse / Algrim Vanko

Combination of: Crimson Dynamo + Kurse

  • Came Back Wrong: He was killed by Malekith's elves, and revived as their servant.
  • Composite Character: Aside from being a mash-up of the original Crimson Dynamon and Kurse, he also takes a few aspects of Wong-Chu, the Starter Villain for Iron Man in Tales of Suspense, who captured Tony Stark in the first place.
  • The Dreaded: The elves are understandably nervous around Malekith's hulking servant, who could quite easily tear them to shreds if they back-talk.
  • Mercy Kill: Stark kills him to free him from the elves' control.
  • We Used to Be Friends: Algrim Vanko was Sigurd's friend, until he mysteriously went missing.

    Stane Odinson 

Stane Odinson

Combination of: Loki + Obadiah Stane
  • Bald of Evil: Inherits Obadiah's lack of hair, and both of his original incarnation's evilness.
  • Big Bad Duumvirate: Of Iron Hammer, working with Malekith and Madame Hel.
  • Cain and Abel: He's Sigurd's brother, and wants him dead, bad enough to have given up everything for it.
  • Cosmic Flaw: Secret Warps reveals he's the reason Warpworld is coming apart at the seams; the fact that he is the only being present who isn't a combination of two characters is too much for the Soul Stone to handle, and its' attempt to rectify this only make things worse.
  • Fusion Dance: Averted, actually. He should be a fusion of Loki and Obadiah, but since the actual Loki avoided being warped by Gamora, Stane Odison lacks any part of him, a fact he's actually aware of. The finale to Secret Warps plays it straight; in order to save Warpworld, Sigurd combines him with Mjolniron.
  • Going Native: Hinted at. Despite being identified as Odinson, he dresses like a human, and speaks in the font reserved for mortals, rather than the font for denizens of the other realms. Subverted in issue 2, when it turns out he's human, having been adopted by Howard Odin.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: He ordered the attempt on Sigurd Stark's life, which just results in him becoming the Iron Hammer.
  • The Resenter: Eventually his feelings about not being fused drive him to villainy, so bad he's perfectly willing to see all reality destroyed.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Dresses like a corporate CEO, rather than in typical Asgardian fashion.
  • Tragic Villain: In a slightly different way from Loki, despite being genuinely loved by his adoptive family, he knows he should be part god and isn't, his jealousy driving him to make a pact with Malekith to take over Asgard.
    Stane: I should have been just like you. Half a god. Sometimes, I hear a voice in my head. The other half of myself, the one I should be merged with... But all I am is me...
  • Villain: Exit, Stage Left: When his alliance with Malekith fails, he runs off, with none of the Aesir making an attempt to stop him.



Combination of: Malekith the Accursed + The Mandarin

  • Adaptational Early Appearance: Iron Hammer's miniseries is written as a combination between Thor and Iron Man's debut stories, both written by Stan Lee, but Malekith never appeared in Stan's Thor run. And his tenth ring is from Heven, a very recent addition to the Marvel cosmology.
  • The Fair Folk: As he's literally just Malekith with the Mandarin's rings, he's a Dark Elf as evil as they come. Unfortunately for him, he also still has the Kryptonite Factor of cold iron inherent to all the fair folks and his foe is called the Iron Hammer...
  • Immortals Fear Death: The minute Stark has the upper hand over him, he begins pleading for his life. It doesn't save him.
  • Kryptonite Factor: Like all elves, he fears the touch of cold iron. Such as that hammer Stark Odison has at his disposal.
  • Ring of Power: Having already conquered the Ten Realms, he wields the Ten Realm-Rings.
  • Secondary Color Nemesis: Wears green, to contrast Iron Hammer's red (and instead of the red that is regular Malekith's preferred raiment).
  • Weaksauce Weakness: The Ten Realm Rings give Malekith an impressive array of powers... but they need recharging after much use.

    Madame Hel 

Madame Hel

Combination of: Hela + Madame Masque
  • Big Bad Duumvirate: With Stane and Malekith, though Madame Hel is the one calling the shots.
  • Cool Mask: Wears a solid gold mask that covers all her face, save her eyes.
  • Dating Catwoman: At the end of his tie-in, she and Iron Hammer kiss, Stark reasoning that as a mortal he will always be courting death. Infinity Warps shows the relationship is still going on some time later.
  • Femme Fatalons
  • I Just Want to Be Loved: She's hated and feared by everyone in the Ten Realms, being the queen of the dishonoured dead.
  • Karma Houdini: Suffers no real repercussion for her siding with Malekith, mainly because outside her realm she's largely powerless.
  • Large Ham: Iron Hammer is written in the style of a Silver Age comic, but Madame Hel is far hammier than her fellow villains, bringing godly levels of ham with her in but a few pages.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She's incredibly tall, nearly the same height as Sigurd Stark, and as it turns out underneath her golden mask she's actually quite attractive.

    Herbert Wyndham 

Dr. Herbert Blackheart Wyndham

Combination of: Blackheart + The High Evolutionary

  • Abusive Parents: To Weapon Hex and Speed Weasel.
  • Archnemesis Dad: To Weapon Hex and Speed Weasel.
  • Big Bad: Wyndham is the main antagonist.
  • Black Sheep: Strangely enough, Herbert is a Downplayed example of this. Out of him, Sarah, Laura, and Gavrill, he's the only one who never develops a sense of empathy, and he's the only one whose devotion to Mephicthton never falters.
  • Came Back Strong: Laura killed him... which just gave him the means to find even greater power.
  • Composite Character: Aside from the High Evolutionary and Blackheart, he's also got some of Zander Rice in him as well.
  • Delinquent Hair: He sports a red mohawk.
  • Demonic Possession: He created Weapon Hex and then Speed Weasel to serve as a vessel for Mephicthton, and after he gets killed his new body, and refuses to see her as anything but a failed vessel.
  • Kick the Dog: Herbert uses Hex Marks the Spot to make Laura kill Sarah.
  • No-Sell: As long as he has the Storm Sigil, he's proofed against any kind of magic. Just not all magic at once.
  • Permissive Parents: Herbert has Hellhound teach Laura to fight from a young age. Justified, since he’s planning to sacrifice her to a demon.
  • Powered by a Forsaken Child: The Storm Sigil is made from the souls of future versions of the Punisher Pack.
  • The Red Baron: Likes to call himself "The High-Devil's Missionary".
  • Red Is Violent: Like Laura, Wyndham's powers are red, and he's more than capable of holding his own in a fight.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Herbert tries to use Gavrill as a demonic sacrifice in Laura's place.



Combination of: Magik + Sabretooth
  • BFS: Wields a version of Illyana's soulsword.
  • The Dragon: For Dr. Herbert Wyndham.
  • Fur and Loathing: Inherits Sabretooth's love for furry manes on her clothing.

    Kamala Kang 

Kamala Kang

Combination of: Kamala Khan + Kang the Conquerer
  • Adaptational Villainy: Probably the one villainous example of Kamala throughout the Marvel multiverse. Well, sort of. She's not exactly villainous per se, just careless.
  • Mike Nelson, Destroyer of Worlds: Her laissez-faire attidtude towards time travel resulted in the death of her idol... and then the death of her father when she tried to prevent that... and so on.

    Erik Killraven 

Erik Killraven

Combination of: Erik Killmonger + Killraven

  • Covered in Scars: Has the scarification of the MCU Killmonger, and wears an outfit that shows this off.
  • In Spite of a Nail: Even when the Martian invasion is thwarted, Erik still tries to kill T'Challa for a different reason.
  • Rebel Leader: He leads the Freemen against the Martian invasion of Earth.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: Combines the shirtlessness of MCU Killmonger with Killraven's own exposed chest.
  • You Killed My Father: Seeks revenge on T'Challa because he blames him for the Martian invasion which led to his mother's death (and not, y'know... the Martians).



Combination of: M'Baku + M'Shulla

    Michael Morpheus 

Michael Morpheus

Combination of: Morbius the Living Vampire + Morpheus



Combination of: Green Goblin + Werewolf by Night
  • Our Goblins Are Different: He's called a goblin but hardly looks like what most would consider one. More a green werebeast.
  • Our Werewolves Are Different: He's supposedly a goblin but looks like a green werewolf. When he bites Norman at the end of the issue the curse not only seems to completely transfer to him but also leaves him less feral but still insane.



Combination of: Monica Rappaccini + M.O.D.A.M.

  • Fun with Acronyms: The Maneueverable Organism Networked for Infinite Combat Aggression and leader of Hi.D.R.A. (Highly Destructive Radical Armaments).
    • Gives the order to R.E.T.R.E.A.T. (Remove Every Tactical Response and Exit According to Threat).
  • We Can Rule Together: Gives this offer to Scott Banner, a reference to the fact that M.O.D.A.M. and Monica Rappaccini have both been love interests to Bruce Banner.



Combination of: Baron Mordo + M.O.D.O.K.

    Doctor Doomactus 

Doctor Doomactus

Combination of: Doctor Doom + Galactus
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever
  • Berserk Button: People not being appropriately effusive of his majesty. He'll either eat their planet, or turn them into Doombots.
  • Large Ham: Finally, Doom has been merged with a being large enough to contain his ego.
  • Morally Ambiguous Doctorate: He has an actual doctorate.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: DOOMACTUS HAS NO WEAKNESS!... well, okay, except his planet-sized ego. Moon Girl manages to stop him eating Earth by rigging up her universal translator so he'll only ever hear people praising him.

    Iron Titania 

Iron Titania

Combination of: Titania + Iron Maiden

    Master Mole 

Master Mole

Combination of: Master Mold + Mole Man



Combination of: Mystique + Lady Deathstrike

  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Has Mystique's blue skin in her default form.
  • Disney Death: Her encounter with Diamond Patch ends with her being kicked off a roof. Naturally, it didn't keep her down for long. Well, sort of. It did kill her, but when there are demons about, that's not much of a problem.
  • Femme Fatalons: In her default appearance, the only major distinction between her and Mystique is her razor-sharp talon fingers.


    Little Monster 

Scott Banner / Little Monster

Combination of: Scott Lang + The Hulk

  • Irony: That Hulk, who constantly refers to regular humans as puny, would be merged into a character who becomes tiny.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: The madder he gets the smaller he gets, but he's still the strongest one there is.



Combination of: Uatu the Watcher + Professor X
  • The Watcher: Comes with being an amalgam of the real one.
  • Xtreme Kool Letterz: Tends to speak with the letter "X" replacing similar sounds:
    Observer-X: So until N'x't we meet, allow me to X-uberantly X-claim, X-celsior!

    Foreverbush Man 

Foreverbush Man

Combination of: Forbush Man + Eternity

  • Anthropomorphic Personification: Like Eternity, he's the embodiment of space and time.
  • Celestial Body: Like Eternity, his body looks like the universe because it is the universe, which (probably intentionally) contrasts heavily with him having Irving's potbelly and poorly-made costume.
  • Genius Loci: Like Eternity, he is the anthropomorphic form of the universe.
  • Rule of Funny: While the warps are random, the literal embodiment of spacetime merging with Forbush Man of all people is some hilariously bad luck for Eternity. Plus Forbush Man isn't even from Earth-616, he's from Earth-655.
  • Rhymes on a Dime: Inexplicably rhymes in the same sentences when he talks, despite neither of his component characters having that verbal tic.

    Green Widow 

Green Widow

Combination of: She-Hulk + Black Widow

    Moon Squirrel 

Lunella Lafagreen, Moon Squirrel

Combination of: Moon Girl + Squirrel Girl
  • Gadgeteer Genius: She created a translator for squirrels. It can also be set to other things.



Combination of: Tippy-Toe + Devil Dinosaur

    Punisher Pack 

The Punisher Pack

Combination of: The Punisher + Power Pack



Combination of: Doop + Deadpool

    Dr. Erskine 

Dr. Morgan Erskine

Combination of: Dr. Abraham Erskine + Morgan Le Fay

  • Exact Words: She promised the U.S. army a super-soldier. She just didn't specify as to how she was to go about creating one.
  • Gender Flip: Usually male, but made female as a result of warping him with Morgan le Fey.
  • No Name Given: Until Infinity Warps Chapter 1, we don't hear her first name. It's Morgan.


Eitri the Dwarf

Combination of: Eitri + Ho Yinsen

  • Cruel and Unusual Death: We don't see it, but the narration assures that the Krimson Kurse takes his time rending Eitri to shreds.
  • Made a Slave: He was captured by the elves and made to work as their weaponsmith.
  • Parental Substitute: To Toni the Grim of Asgard, being as half of him comes from being her father.
  • Spiteful Spit: He spits in Kurse's face, as a last act of defiance.



Combination of: Heimdall + J.A.R.V.I.S.

  • Benevolent A.I.: Serves as the AI for Iron Hammer's armor.
  • Fun with Acronyms: His name stands for "Heuristic Enhanced-Imaging Macro-Digital Awareness for Logic and Logistics". He also summons the Bridging Interdimensional Frequency Rotating Outside of Space and Time, or B.I.F.R.O.S.T..
  • Overly-Long Name: Even Sigurd thinks his name's a bit long, and just calls him by the abbreviated version for short.
  • Sensor Character: Thanks to the Iron Hammer armor having some fancy scanning tech, he sees all.

    Howard Odin 

Howard Odin, Chieftan Executive of the Aesir

Combination of: Odin Borson + Howard Stark

  • Eyepatch of Power: Keeps Odin's signature eyepatch.
  • Good Parents: Slightly better than Odin was toward Loki, in that he'll openly acknowledge his love for his son. In fact, it's Stark being a jerk to him that prompts Howard to realise his son is a terrible person, and banishes him to Earth in the hopes of teaching him humility.
  • Large Ham

    The Warrior Machines Three 

Pepper the Wise, Toni the Grim, Rhodey the Bold

Combination of: Pepper Potts, Toni Ho & James Rhodes + The Warriors Three

  • Action Girl: Pepper and Toni.
  • Age Lift: Toni Ho is a good deal younger than Pepper or Rhodey, having been in school when Tony became Iron Man. Toni the Grim is aged up to be a contemporary of her fellow warriors.
  • Fiery Redhead: Pepper, wise though she may be, is just as much a warrior as her companions, and takes Stane's betrayal just as personally.

    Rick Fury: Agent of S.L.E.E.P. 

Rick Fury

Combination of: Nick Fury Jr. + Rick Sheridan

  • Fun with Acronyms: S.L.E.E.P. stands for Security Level Extreme: Elimination Protocol.

    Man Thing Thang Thoom 

Man Thing Thang Thoom

Combination of: Man Thing + Fing Fang Foom

    Dark Starhawk 

Chris Powell / Dark Starhawk

Combination of: Darkhawk + Nova

  • Composite Character: Aside from being an amalgam of Darkhawk and Nova, this version of Dark Starhawk also serves as a composite of Darkhawk and the Dark Starhawk that was created in Infinity Countdown.
  • Dirty Cop: His father was a corrupt member of the Nova Corps.
  • Irony: Darkhawk and Nova ended up being merged into one being immediately after the two of them ended their friendship in a very sour note.



Combination of: Star-Lord + Groot

  • Royal "We": Refers to itself as "We (are Peet)" referencing its status as an amalgam.
  • Third-Person Person: He starts off as this, but soon begins speaking in full sentences.

    Cat's Eye 

Cat's Eye

Combination of: Hellcat + Kate Bishop

    Elsa Bladestone 

Elsa Bladestone

Combination of: Blade + Elsa Bloodstone

  • Character Death: She and her Covenant are all killed by Weapon Hex and Hellhound.

    Speed Weasel 

Gavrill Kinney / Speed Weasel

Combination of: Quicksilver + Honey Badger
  • Damsel out of Distress: In Secret Warps, she's abducted by the Mad Ghost. By the time Laura's caught up to the villain, Gavril had already freed herself and had been rushing about the planet looking for her.
  • Genki Girl: Pietro's super-speed in the body of a preteen girl means she is ludicrously energetic at all times. She's apparently worse when she has sugar in her system.
  • Kid Sidekick: For her sister. Soldier Supreme is unnerved by the idea of Gavril being in fights, but she's more than capable of handling herself.
  • Magic Knight: The same as Weapon Hex.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: Becomes one when she steals the Hyperbrand from Hyperbrand.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse
  • Super Speed: Fast enough to clear out a diner of every patron, including one who lived in another state, in the space it takes her sister to say "now".
  • Wolverine Claws: As with Honey Badger, she only has the one claw for both wrists.

    Hellfire 2099 

Hellfire 2099 / Daimon Gallows

Combination of: Daimon Hellstrom / Punisher 2099
  • Character Death: Picking a fight with Weapon Hex does not do him any wonders.
  • Legacy Character: To the Punisher Pack.
  • Powered by a Forsaken Child: instead of a dark soul like Hellstrom the source of his power is a sigil forged from the souls of the Punisher Pack.
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: He snuck into the Time Flight Authority's headquarters and stole a "Time Diamond" from them while they were distracted. Later subverted when it turns out they deliberately let him steal it to bootstrap the timeline from a Bad Future.


Princess Shuriri

Combination of: Shuri + Riri Williams

Introduced in Secret Warps


Arachknight 2099

Combination of: Spider-Man 2099 / Ravage

Captain Peace

Combination of: Captain Marvel + Justice Peace
  • '90s Anti-Hero: Has the look, thanks to part of her being made from Justice Peace (who predated the 90s by four years), but mercifully not the attitude.
  • Cool Bike: A flying, time-travelling bike, which is also wreathed in flames.
  • Flaming Hair: Has the permanently flaming hair of Carol's Binary form, in a mohawk.
  • Superhero Packing Heat: Has a pair of pistols.
  • Time Police: She's an agent of the Time Flight Authority.


Combination of: Iron Fist + Daredevil

Ghost Panther 2099 / Ava Cochrane

Combination of: Ghost Rider 2099 / White Tiger (Ava Ayala)
  • Brain Uploading: The dying Ava Cochrane uploaded her mind into a Wakandan battledroid.
  • Chainsaw Good: Her right hand is a hellfire-wreathed chainsaw.

Iron Hammer II / Jane "Happy" Hogan

Combination of: Jane Foster / Happy Hogan

Iron Hammer 2099 / Dargo Stark

Combination of: Dargo Ktor + Iron Man 2020

Knightblade / Misty Brooks

Combination of: Misty Knight / Blade
  • Afro Asskicker: Still has regular Misty's afro.
  • Artificial Limb: Her right arm was bitten off by a vampire. She got it replaced with a cybernetic limb, which comes with a sword attached.
  • Dhampyr
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: She hates monsters, but seeing T'Challa cut lose with the Spirit of Vengeance, she figures it's probably not a good idea to keep attacking.
  • My Nayme Is: Knightblade. The "k" is silent.

Soldier Supreme 2099 / Nico Cage

Combination of: Captain America (Danielle Cage) / Nico Minoru

Supreme Seven

Combination of: Squadron Supreme / D.P. 7
Members include: Hyperbrand (Hyperion / Starbrand), Hawkmask (Nighthawk / Nightmask), Princess Powerhouse (Power Princess / Stephanie Harrington), Dr. Justice (Dr. Spectrum / Justice), Blurrer (Whizzer / Blur), Megalodon (Amphibion / Mastodon), Codename: Eagle (Blue Eagle / Spitfire)
  • Atrocious Alias: Arachknight doesn't think too highly of Blurrer's name.
  • Barrier Warrior: Dr. Justice can generate a shield from his left hand.
  • Hero of Another Story: Coming as they do from another merged universe, where they were their world's mightiest heroes.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: Hyperbrand combines the Flying Brick powers of Hyperion with the raw power of Starbrand. Like Starbrand, he once accidentally destroyed Pittsburgh.
  • Powered Armor: Codename: Eagle.
  • Super Speed: Blurrer's superpower.
  • Two Girls to a Team: Technically speaking. Princess Powerhouse mentions another teammate of theirs, Arcana Fenzl, but she doesn't tag along on their excursion to the Warped Earth.

U.S.Archmage / John Kaluu

Combination of: U.S. Agent + Kaluu
  • Anti-Hero Substitute: For the Soldier Supreme. The US government hired John to replace the absent Steven, but he was a dark magician who believes in the ends justifying the means, and went out of control.
  • Bald of Evil: He's got Kaluu's widow's peak, and while not necessarily out-and-out evil, he's a massive wad.
  • Beard of Evil: Has Kaluu's evil-looking mustache.
  • Composite Character: In addition to taking aspects of John Walker and Kaluu, he's also got part of the William Burnside Captain America's backstory.
  • Jerkass: Every bit the obnoxious and overbearing jerk U.S. Agent and Kaluu tend to be.
  • Let's You and Him Fight: The minute he learned about Steven, he picked a fight with him, feeling there could only be one soldier supreme, and it was going to be him.
  • Sealed Badass in a Can: He was trapped in a temporary stasis spell after going out of control. When Steven returned to this realm, the spell wore off.

Weapon Hex 2099 / Eisenhart Strange

Combination of: Hulk 2099 / Doctor Strange 2099


Alchemars Corporation

Combination of: Alchemax Corporation / Martians

Baroness Umar

Combination of: Baron Zemo + Umar

Bushman the Hunter

Combination of: Kraven the Hunter + Bushman

Cameron Belasco

Combination of: Cameron Hodge + Belasco

Imus the Champion

Combination of: Champion of the Universe + Imus Champion

King Dragon

Combination of: Kingpin + Steel Serpent
  • Acrofatic: Big built, but he's a master of martial arts.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Wears sophisticated suits, but with the chest open so as to display his tattoo.

Korvos, the God Titan

Combination of: Thanos + Michael Korvac

Machine Mandrill

Combination of: Machine Man + The Mandrill

  • Fantastic Racism: Has a disdain for "fleshy ones".
  • Killer Robot: A robot designed for destroying fleshy ones, in the form of a mandrill.
  • Mind Rape: He uses it to make fleshy ones obey him. Doesn't quite work on Weapon Hex.
  • What Measure Is a Non-Human?: Weapon Hex slices him to pieces, causing the Mad Ghost to lament his death.
    Mad Ghost: Jerome - he wasn't like my other android apes! He can't be repaired! He - he was truly alive -
    Weapon Hex: Was.

Mad Ghost

Combination of: Red Ghost + Mad Thinker

  • Large Ham: His brief appearance in Infinity Warps has him act like a very Silver Age villain.
  • Mad Scientist: The hint is in the name. As is the army of ape-themed androids he has with him.


Combination of: Mephisto + C'thon

  • The Ghost: Only mentioned by Baroness Umar as being her backer. Seen in the Weapon Hex Annual.
  • The Man Behind the Man: Backs Baroness Umar and Red Dormammu's schemes.
  • The Quiet One: He doesn't say very much (all the more unusual given one half of him comes from the very chatty Mephisto).
  • You Have Failed Me: Soldier Supreme thinks that after he thwarts Umar's latest scheme, with Mephic'thon as her backer, he's not going to be hearing from her again.

The Skrullfire Club

Combination of: The Hellfire Club + Skrulls

  • Rogues' Gallery Transplant: They're normally an enemy of the X-Brotherhood, but the Acts of War has them go against Green Widow. The Arachknight annual shows they've also gone up against the Terrific Two on occasion.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: They're always dressed in impeccable 18th century fashion.
  • Translation Convention: A footnote in Arachknight's back-up story states that when they speak Skrull it is with an "impossibly snooty" accent.

Fenris Wolf

Combination of: Fenris + Technovore

  • Canis Major: One of its' paws covers almost half of Toni's body.

Ulysses Klorb

Combination of: Ulysses Klaw + The Orb

  • Artificial Limbs: His left hand is replaced with a sonic cannon.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Everyone rags on him for having an ear for a head, but three issues in to Secret Warps, and he's apparently still giving Arachknight trouble where all the other villains have been stomped.
  • Body Horror: Has a giant ear for a head.
  • C-List Fodder: Bushman doesn't think too highly of the guy, for the reason that he's got an ear for a head.

Wentigra / Greer Baptiste

Combination of: Wendigo (George Baptiste) + Tigra

  • I'm a Humanitarian: After eating cursed meat, Greer was turned into Wentigra and given an insatiable hunger for human flesh, starting with her partner, Shirlee Carter. Turns out she likes it, too.


Combination of: Zarrko, the Tomorrow Man + Sise-Neg


Combination of: Cyclone + Zzzax

  • Blow You Away: One of his powers, taken from Cyclone.
  • Rogues' Gallery Transplant: Normally an enemy of Little Monster, the Acts of War has him attack Devil-Fist instead.
  • Shock and Awe: The other half of his powers, as comes of being made from Zzzax, who is part lightning.

    The Warp Warps 

In General

Doomactego, the Stranger Planet

Combination of: Doctor Doomactus + Ego, the Living Planet + The Stranger

Ghost Hammer / T’Challa Odindson / “Sigurd Blaze”

Combination of: Iron Hammer + Ghost Panther

  • The Exile: Has gotten this from both Iron Hammer and Ghost Panther’s Back stories. He was exiled from Asganda.
  • "No. Just... No" Reaction: More or less how he reacts to the ridiculous that has come with the ‘Warp Warps’. He gets more annoyed each time he meets another “four in one character’ or every time Spider Supreme speaks!

Mephicthzarrko-Neg, the Tomorrow Demon

Combination of: Mephicthon + Zarrko-Neg

Moon Weasel & Little Tippysaur

Combination of: Speed Weasel + Moon Squirrel, Tippysaur + Little Monster

Spider Supreme/ Peter Rogers

Combination of: Soldier Supreme + Arachknight

  • Added Alliterative Appeal: Likes using alliterative declarations.
  • Mind Hive: Has a slightly better reaction to things thanks in part to Arachknight already having several people in his (their?) head to begin with.

Supreme Four

Includes: Doctor Hyperjustice (Hyperbrand + Doctor Justice), Eaglemask (Codename: Eagle + Hawkmask), The Rush (Blurrer + Princess Powerhouse), Mr. Megalodon (Megalodon + Redstone + Mr. Magnificent)

Weapon Peace / Laura Danvers

Combination of: Captain Peace + Weapon Hex

  • Continuity Snarl: An in-universe one. Weapon Peace's backstory is so contradictory she actually has to surgically remove her own past.
  • Living Weapon: Created as one, until her mother freed her and she went rogue... to become a living weapon for the Time Flight Authority.
  • Oxymoronic Being: In addition to her self-contradictory name and backstory, her M.O. is apparently "fighting for free will - and rigid determinism".

Wonderful One / Reuben Storm

Combination of: Mister Invisible + Hot Rocks
  • All Your Powers Combined: All four powers of the Fantastic Four in one body.
  • The Fighting Narcissist: Humble, he is not. As Spider Supreme notes, given he's made up of four people who love one another (and in the case of Johnny Storm, themselves), it's no wonder he loves himself too.
  • Pungeon Master: He likes cracking puns as he saves folk.