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    Nick Fury 

Nick Fury

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Founder and leader of Team White.


    Daisy Johnson / Quake 

Quake

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Alter Ego: Daisy Louise Johnson

Notable Aliases: Quake, Cory Sutter, Gabrielle Wewer, Skye

First Appearance: Secret War #2 (July, 2004)

The daughter of Mister Hyde. She possesses the power to create earthquake-like vibrations.


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    Alexander Aaron / Phobos 

Alexander Aaron / Phobos

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Alter Ego: Alexander "Alex" Aaron

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First Appearance: Ares #1 (March, 2006)

The son of Ares. He possesses the power to instill fear in others, and has limited pre-cognition. As a member of the Olympian race born of a mortal woman, he has the potential for far greater "god-like" powers not unlike his uncle Hercules, but his "mortal" body must die first. This occurs when he is stabbed through the chest and killed by Gorgon.


    Sebastian Druid / Druid 

Sebastian Druid / Druid

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Alter Ego: Sebastian Ludgate

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First Appearance: Mighty Avengers #13 (July, 2008)

The son of Doctor Druid who has inherited some of his father's skill with magic. He is soon seen as a liability, and Fury dismisses him from the team. It is later shown that Fury in fact put Druid through "Boot Camp", assigning John Garrett to get him in shape and boost his confidence.


    Yo-Yo Rodriguez / Slingshot 

Yo-Yo Rodriguez / Slingshot

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Alter Ego: Elena Rodriguez

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First Appearance: Mighty Avengers #13 (July, 2008)

The daughter of the Griffin. She can run at superhuman speed and bounces back to the point where she began running. She was recently injured severely, with both of her arms severed by the Gorgon, and was temporarily unable to remain active with the team. However, both arms have now been replaced with technologically advanced prosthetics that afford her some superhuman strength in her hands and she has returned to active duty. During combat she is often seen fighting with a retractable javelin.


  • Artificial Limbs: Her arms were replaced cybernetic prosthesis after they were cut off by Gorgon.
  • Bald Women: Shaved her head to get less air resistance.
  • Simple Staff: Her primary weapon is a bo staff.
  • Training from Hell: Nick Fury's training regime includes outright torture, something about which he's completely unapologetic.

    J.T. Slade / Hellfire 

J.T. Slade / Hellfire

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Alter Ego: James Taylor "J.T." James

Notable Aliases: Hillbilly

First Appearance: Mighty Avengers #13 (July, 2008)

Born James Taylor Slade, the grandson of the Phantom Rider, is able to charge items (notably a chain) with fire and unleash a devastating attack. During New Avengers, J.T. is shown as one of the possible replacements for the title of Sorcerer Supreme, showing great magical potential. In issue 16, J.T. is discovered to be a double agent with Hydra, directly with Baron von Strucker. During the fall of Gehenna, Nick Fury tells J.T. that he knows he is a traitor and lets him fall to his death, avenging Alexander.


    Jerry Sledge / Stonewall 

Stonewall

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Alter Ego: Jerry Sledge

Notable Aliases: Benjy

First Appearance: Mighty Avengers #13 (July, 2008)

Stonewall, who has been bailed out of jail by Daisy Johnson, where he was being held for hitting a police officer. He possesses superhuman strength and an ability to increase his size, while his skin appears to take an appearance resembling stone. In issue 9, he demonstrated the ability to change the composition of his skin, by turning it into metal after getting Ares' axe swung into his chest. Very little had so far been revealed about the character but, in issue 12, it was revealed that his father is Carl "Crusher" Creel, The Absorbing Man. He tries to tell Reed Richards his real name at one point, but is cut off after saying "Henry".


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    Eden Fesi / Manifold 

Manifold

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Alter Ego: Eden Fesi

Notable Aliases: The Guide

First Appearance: Secret Warriors #4 (July 2009)

A mutant of Australian aboriginal descent with the ability to bend reality and twist space-time for teleportation. Previously under the care and training of the mutant Gateway. Nick Fury initially attempted to recruit him to another one of his "Caterpillar" teams, but Gateway refused. As of the MARVEL NOW! relaunch, he has joined the Avengers under the name of Manifold. Recently joined S.W.O.R.D..


  • Australian Aborigines: As expected from an Australian Aborigine, he is able to survive in the harshest of environments without a problem and is able to find sustenance in those same hostile places.
  • Badass Beard: By S.W.O.R.D. he has grown a beard and mustache and remains as badass as ever.
  • Blade on a Stick: Eden's weapon of choice is a long spear which he uses with great skill. He is able to use it so well that it could be considered an extension of his body. It is not only his weapon of choice but also his hunting tool.
  • Combat Medic: During the Infinity event, Eden showed that he possesses remarkable skill as a healer. He was able to nurse soldiers when no one else could, what makes it more incredible is the fact that most of the soldiers he nursed were aliens.
  • Dreadlock Warrior: Eden's hair is styled in dreadlocks and is a naturally good fighter in his own right.
  • Mass Teleportation: His main contribution on the Avengers team.
  • Mutant: He's one of the select mutants that have been part of the Avengers before the X-Men.
  • The Navigator: He has a near preternatural sense of where to get where someone wants, or more rather needs, to go. This can be completely thrown off if he loses his bearings, like being in a windowless building without outside landmarks to navigate by.
  • Power Incontinence: His powers are connected to the "systems" of the Builders, and now that they're broken his powers aren't always working properly. Apparently if he leaves his home universe, his powers would stop working altogether.
  • Power Glows: When using his powers the markings of his uniform glow bright.
  • Secret Legacy: Implied by dialogue that Molecule Man planted Manifolds in every reality to aid Doom in his work.
  • Simple Staff: He also uses a staff to focus his powers.
  • Space Master: According to Abigail's notes, his powers work by "asking" space to warp itself for him. She's a little disturbed by the implications that he's asking and not simply telling or controlling. He's shown in S.W.O.R.D. the ability to warp light around himself to make a personal bubble of invisibility, as well as making a pinhole to spy through or channel light to read by. He demonstrates during King in Black the capacity to safely carry a piece of the sun in the palm of his hand so he can punch a symbiote-possessed Cable in the face with it.
  • Thinking Up Portals: His superpower is essentially wormhole creation, but connecting two points of space is the least he can do.


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