Alter Ego: Mary MacPherran
Notable Aliases: "Skeeter", Skirn: Breaker of Men
First Appearance: Secret Wars Vol. 1 #3 (July 1984)
A long-time rival of She-Hulk and wife of the Absorbing Man.
- Absolute Cleavage: Her usual attire sports this.
- Alliterative Name: 'M's.
- All the Other Reindeer: Bullied by pretty much everyone as a teenager. Is it any wonder when Doctor Doom offered her the chance for superpowers, she took it?
- Always Someone Better: Has a raging inferiority complex when it comes to She-Hulk. Creel's advice to her on this subject can be found in the Quotes section of that trope's page.
- Amazonian Beauty: Very beautiful and quite muscular.
- Arch-Enemy: Of She-Hulk.
- Battle Couple: With the Absorbing Man.
- Boobs of Steel: She is as strong as she is buxom.
- The Brute: A rare female example.
- Dark Action Girl: Just as much of a brawler as Jennifer.
- Dirty Coward: She has no problem picking on those weaker than her, such as when She-Hulk accidentally took on Weezi's body form and strength. Titania gleefully tossed her around like a rag doll until the switch was undone.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: The Absorbing Man is her husband. She also has a Villainous Friendship with Volcana.
- Even Evil Has Standards: She has no problem taking on superheroes, but she absolutely refuses to go after families and friends of heroes.
- Evil Counterpart: To She-Hulk. Every bit as tall, buff, strong, and durable as Shulkie, and very hotheaded to boot, which factors heavily into her heated rivalry with She-Hulk.
- Fiery Evil Redhead: She possess a fiery attitude, and is evil.
- From Nobody to Nightmare: Little Mary MacPherran went from a powerless victim of bullying to being the number one enemy of She-Hulk.
- Hazy Feel Turn: After growing tired of their usual lot in life as a supervillain, she and Creel are trying to go straight. Emphasis on trying because she doesn't have any of the nobility to be an outright hero, though she's willing to take up assignments that at the least are for the public good. Whatever keeps her out of jail really.
- I Just Want to Be Special: Before her change, Mary wanted more than anything to be more than just the short, scrawny and utterly average person she was. So much so that she lied and claimed she was Spider-Woman to get some attention.
- Inferiority Superiority Complex: A large factor in her enimity with Shulkie. Titania hates feeling weak (as it reminds her of childhood), so whenever Shulkie manages to get the upper hand, Titania just loses it. Inversely, when she out-muscles She-Hulk, Titania is all high and mighty and quick to rub it in her foe's face.
- In fact, Spider-Man calls her out on it, comparing her to nothing more than a cowardly bully whose true colors come out when she's in the losing end. After she beat She-Hulk for the first time and thought Spidey would be easy pickings, he utterly crushed her through greater agility and experience, all while calling her out on this. It left her terrified of him for years.
- Odd Friendship: She and Creel develop one with Eugene Judd/Puck, accepting his offer to work in the new Gamma Flight.
- Official Couple: With Absorbing Man.
- Purple Is Powerful: Her outfits tend to be purple, and she's quite strong.
- Secondary Color Nemesis: She's a redhead (orange) and her outfits are almost always purple.
- Smug Super: When you start out as an often picked-on girl who is transformed into a tall and tough Amazon thanks to Doctor Doom, it's only natural that you begin to think of yourself as superior to most.
- Spikes of Villainy: Her costume has several spikes.
- Statuesque Stunner: Very tall, about 6'6". She's actually a couple of inches taller than Creel.
- Super Strength: She's actually stronger than She-Hulk in her usual calm state, although that hasn't stopped She-Hulk and even Spider-Man (during Secret Wars (1984)) from walking all over her on a few occasions. Regardless, the two women are among the strongest female supers in the Marvel universe, and much like She-Hulk, she can undergo Training from Hell to increase her already impressive strength.
- Tsundere: Type A. She's quite brash and abrasive by default, but surprisingly loving and devoted towards Creel (they tend to be overprotective of each other as a result). Titania is arguably a Yandere/Stalker with a Crush in regards to Shulkie.
- Unholy Matrimony: Again, with Creel.
- Ugly Guy, Hot Wife: The Hot Wife to her husband's Ugly Guy.
- Violently Protective Girlfriend: Not that Creel can't look after himself, but hurting him is a guaranteed way to make Mary mad.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Developed an intense fear of Spider-Man after he curb-stomped her in Secret Wars. It took her a few years to get over it. Ironically, Spider-Man was nervous about confronting her again, believing that he only beat her through sheer luck.
- Will Not Be a Victim: As a kid, Titania was picked on constantly. When she gained superpowers she felt truly powerful for the first time in her life and never wanted to feel weak again.
Alter Ego: Clark Finark
First Appearance: Sensational She-Hulk #10 (December, 1989)
Clark Finark was a candidate for a Midwest congressional seat who hired Pseudonix Incorporated to manage his advertising campaign. Finark's political aspirations were sunk when his opponent discovered that his birth certificate stated he was from the planet Veegwal, a non-existent planet his parents had listed as his place of birth due to being high on drugs. Finark blamed Lexing Loopner, the head of Pseudonix Incorporated, for the downfall of his political career and for contributing to society's obsession with media sensationalism and image branding. He stole Loopner's Pseudonix technology and used it to terrorize the city, necessitating She-Hulk to stop him.
- Clothes Make the Superman: In contrast to most "evil Supermen", Finark's powers are not internalized. His strength comes from the helmet he wears.
- Corrupted Character Copy: Of Superman. He has Superman's first name and Midwestern origin and his enemy is a CEO. Although Loopner is an innocent if somewhat shady man.
- Fishbowl Helmet: The source of his powers.
- Hard Light: The Pseudonic Image technology Finark uses creates holograms that feel very real and can cause physical damage to people and the environment around him.
- Misplaced Retribution: Finark blamed Loopner for the ruination of his political career rather than his opponent who leaked the false information about him being an alien from outer space or even his parents for putting that information on his birth certificate.
- Villain Has a Point: Louise and Jennifer acknowledge that Finark's hatred of media sensationalism and image branding wasn't entirely unjustified even if he went about proving his point in the worst way possible.
- Your Mind Makes It Real: Finark's helmet is a "miniatiruzed pseudonic environment" which grant him superhuman strength as long as he believes himself to an invincible demigod.
First Appearance: Sensational She-Hulk #21 (November, 1990)
Jasper Keaton was an old acquaintance of She-Hulk's friend Louise Mason and once worked for her father Senator Grant as his aide. He is the owner of a savings and loan company and the founder of the American Purity Foundation. When his company was in danger of being seized by the government, Keaton offered to find "Rosebud", a bomb that had been stolen in the 1940s, for a few senators in exchange for them letting him keep control of his company. In order to find the bomb, Keaton had Louise's home burglarized and then had her abducted. She-Hulk had to team up with Louise's daughter Wanda in order to save Louise and stop Keaton's plan.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Keaton presents himself as a champion of wholesomeness and good moral values but is in reality a ruthless Corrupt Corporate Executive.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive: His savings and loan company was in danger of being seized by the government so he struck a deal with some senators to find the Rosebud bomb in exchange for keeping his company.
- Driven to Suicide: Keaton tries to kill himself after his plans fail but is stopped by Wanda Mason.
- Family Values Villain: He is against pornography and sex outside of marriage.
- Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: Louise remembered him as something of a jerk but was still surprised and disappointed to learn he had become a pro-censorship, moral crusader. The reveal that he's using illegal means to save his company bumps him up from Jerkass to villain.
- Hypocrite: She-Hulk's clothes are destroyed by Captain Rectitude who fired upon her on Keaton's orders. Keaton fires a string of Slut-Shaming insults at the naked She-Hulk even though it's really his and Captain Rectitude's fault that She-Hulk ended up in a state of nudity in the first place. He also sees pornography and sexual liberation as being responsible for the moral decay of America even though he's a Corrupt Corporate Executive who's willing to bribe senators, abduct his old boss's daughter and even detonate an atomic bomb in a city all in the name of saving his company.
- Moral Guardians: Keaton founded the American Purity Foundation and led an anti-smut campaign in 1968 in a failed attempt to clean up the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco.
- Politically Incorrect Villain: He throws a string of Slut-Shaming slurs at She-Hulk after her clothes are destroyed by Captain Rectitude, who blasted her on Keaton's orders.
- Straw Character: Keaton is an anti-sex, anti-pornography, pro-censorhip moral crusader who is also a hypocritical criminal and attempted murderer.
- White Hair, Black Heart: He has white hair from age and is very much an evil man.
Alter Ego: Bob Jones IV
First Appearance: Sensational She-Hulk #21 (November, 1990)
Once an employee of Jasper Keaton's savings and loan company, Bob Jones IV underwent a genetics research experiment which granted him superpowers. He serves as the superhero mascot of the American Purity Foundation and is Jasper Keaton's right-hand man in his schemes.
- Black-and-White Insanity: Captain Rectitude has been genetically modified to have a strong aversion to anything related to sexuality. He once suggested destroying a statue that he saw as a "salacious depiction of womanhood" and he chastised She-Hulk for wearing revealing clothing made up of banners which she only had to do because Captain Rectitude had destroyed her clothes.
- Blood Knight: Captain Rectitude repeatedly proposes using violence to solve solutions and is relieved when Keaton finally gives him permission to kill She-Hulk.
- The Dragon: He is this for Keaton.
- Flight, Strength, Heart: In addition to Flight and Super Strength, Rectitude was genetically modified to have his normal biological drives replaced with a strong anti-smut instinct.
- Flying Brick: He's super strong and can fly.
- Heart Beat-Down: He can fire purple energy beams from the heart-shaped emblem on his chest.
- Irony: It's rather ironic that someone named Captain Rectitude ended up arrested for violating the Superhero Registration Act during Civil War.
- Politically Incorrect Villain: Like Keaton, Captain Rectitude also makes sexist remarks towards She-Hulk.
Nicholas "Nick" Trask
First Appearance: Savage She-Hulk#1 (February, 1980)The ruthless mobster who Jennifer Walters was prosecuting before becoming She-Hulk. His hit attempt on Walters indirectly created the She-Hulk.
- Bad Boss: He casually kills his goons at the drop of a hat, whether to tie up loose ends or when something pisses him off. One really wonders how people still work for him.
- Create Your Own Hero: It's because of him that Jennifer needed the transfusion from Bruce that turned her into She-Hulk. Trask's attempt on the life of one lawyer ironically ended up giving the Marvel world one of it's most beloved heroes.
- Evil Genius: He devises a number of supervillain-level schemes to take out She-Hulk, such as building a robot to frame her , and later a giant digging machine to steal Roxxon's Oil. He might've made a descent rival to Silvermane or Hammerhead if he were still alive.
- Faux Affably Evil: He's courteous and polite, but this is just to disguise what a vicious, self-serving murderer he is.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Just when he thinks he's won, the controls of his machine malfunction and Trask is sent burrowing to his doom at the center of the Earth.
- One Steve Limit: Trask shares his last name with the X-Men villain Bolivar Trask. The two appear to have no relation whatsoever.
- Small Role, Big Impact: He's only in 5 issues and is last seen plummeting beneath the earth, never to be heard from again. His actions against Jennifer Walters still led to her getting the transfusion that transformed her into a green fighting machine. We basically owe She-Hulk's existence to this man.
- Starter Villain: He's the first menace She-Hulk fought and is killed off in their first and final battle. Though to his credit, he does last a little longer than you'd expect a non-super gangster.
- Uncertain Doom: While Trask is assumed dead after being pulled beneath the earth with his own machine, it's never confirmed if he did indeed perish. He may have been trapped in a world far beneath the surface, which isn't implausible given the existence of Subterranea and the Moloids.
Alter Ego: Florence Sharples
First Appearance: Sensational She-Hulk #21 (November, 1990)Before she became Abominatrix, Florence Sharples worked for Jasper Keaton's savings and loan company as a manager. She was chosen as a medical test subject for a cure for premenstrual syndrome (PMS) using gamma rays. Instead, the treatment changed Sharples into the Abominatrix, a gamma mutate with perpetual PMS.
- Beastess: She looks like a female version of the Abomination so this is to be expected.
- Berserk Button: She does not appreciate having to miss her soaps.
- Blessed with Suck: The experiment she participated in was supposed to control her PMS. Instead it left her in a state of perpetual PMS.
- Brawn Hilda: She has a much larger and more muscular frame than She-Hulk who is more of an Amazonian Beauty and Statuesque Stunner.
- The Brute: She serves as this for Keaton.
- Distaff Counterpart: To the Abomination, in case her appearance and name weren't enough of a clue. Unlike with Hulk and She-Hulk, however, Abomination was not involved in Abominatrix's origin and the two have never met.
- Green and Mean: She's evil and green.
- Pop-Cultured Badass: She's a fan of soap operas like All My Children and Santa Barbara.
Spragg the Living Hill
First Appearance: Journey Into Mystery #68
Spragg belongs to a race of alien spores which were pulled into Earth and evolved into sentient hills. While the rest of his kind prefer to live in peace, Spragg seeks to conquer all of Earth. His first attempt at world domination was foiled by the geologist Professor Bob Robertson. He turned two decades later necessitating She-Hulk to team up with Robertson and the Mole Man to stop him.
- Achilles' Heel: Electromagnetic fields can disrupt Spragg's powers.
- Black Sheep: Spragg's people have no desire for conquest and would rather live in peace beneath the surface. They were actually happy when he was laucnhed into space by Robertson and in Sensational She-Hulk #33, they aid She-Hulk in fighting against him.
- Creepy High-Pitched Voice: Spragg is described by Robertson as having a shrill voice.
- Genius Loci: Spragg belongs to a race of aliens which began as a cloud of spores that landed on Earth and evolved into sentient hills with Psychic Powers.
- Rock Monster: In issue #33 of Sensational She-Hulk, Spragg shows why he is nicknamed "The Mountain That Walks Like A Man" by transforming his physical body into that of a giant rock creature.
- Nigh-Invulnerability: Spragg's being is comprised of living psychic energy. When his hill body burned up upon re-entering Earth's atmosphere, he was still able to infect native terrain and gain a new body for himself.
- Psychic Powers: Spragg has telekinesis and hypnosis.
Alter Ego: Manfred Ellsworth Haller
Notable Aliases: Man-Elephant
First Appearance: The Savage She-Hulk #17 (June, 1983)
Manfred Ellsworth Haller was once a promising hydraulic engineer and generous philanthropist. As the founder of Haller Hydraulics, he designed and developed a suit of exoskeleton armor to enable explorers to survive hostile environments and allow rescue personnel to traverse hazardous terrain.
- Anti-Villain: As the Man-Elephant, he tried to capture She-Hulk for things she was Wrongly Accused of. When she was proven innocent, Man-Elephant immediately backed off.
- The Bus Came Back: After not being seen since his initial appearance in 1981, he returns during Civil War trying to fight She-Hulk once more.
- Cruel Elephant: After being turned into an elephant monster, he became crueler.
- Cut Lex Luthor a Check: Subverted. He created the Man-Elephant armor as a way to help explorers survive hostile areas, intending to sell it legitimately. He only went after She-Hulk because she was wanted for various crimes and thought the publicity would help sales of his armor.
- FaceHeel Turn: He was originally a misguided hero who only attacked She-Hulk because she was thought to be a criminal. When he was imbued with power from the evil god Cyttorak, he changed his name to Behemoth and became obsessed with killing She-Hulk over perceived insults to his ego.
- Gadgeteer Genius: He was originally the Man-Elephant, using a hydraulics-equipped exoskeleton designed to look like an elephant.
- Powered Armor: The original Man-Elephant suit was this, using hydraulics to give its wearer superhuman strength.
- Rogues Gallery Transplant: After being an exclusive She-Hulk villain, during his latest appearance he fought the X-Factor.
- Super Strength: Behemoth possesses superhuman strength, durability and resistance to injury after obtaining the Seetorak gem (heavily implied to actually be from Cyttorak, the same god that powers the Juggernaut) which transformed him into a powerful, humanoid elephant.
- The World Is Not Ready: When he originally captured She-Hulk and learned she was innocent of any crime, he shelved the Man-Elephant suit to keep it from getting into the wrong hands.
- Took a Level in Badass: From just a guy in an elephant suit that gave him Super Strength, to a huge humanoid elephant monster.
Alter Ego: Adrian Lynn
Notable Aliases: She-Hulk
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #123 (March, 1993)
Adrian Lynn was a paraplegic who took an experimental drug that enhanced activities in her adrenal gland. After overdosing, because the effects only lasted 30 minutes, she became an amazon type beast called Adrenazon.
- Brawn Hilda: As Adrenazon she wasn't particularly attractive, especially when compared to Shulkie.
- Distaff Counterpart: Just like Abominatrix before her, she became a feminine version of the Abomination.
- Evil Cripple: Only because she overdosed with the serum that temporarily cured her from her paralysis.
- Frame-Up: Believing She-Hulk had framed her husband for man-slaughter (when in fact he had committed suicide after not being able to deal with the guilt of having killed their twin-sons and paralyzing his wife while drunk-driving), she committed acts of destruction while trying to get She-Hulk arrested. She would be stopped by She-Hulk and Nosferata.
- HeelFace Turn: After being defeated and the effects of the serum passed, she came back to her senses and abandoned the Adrenazon identity.
- Outliving One's Offspring: Her twin sons were killed in a drunk driving accident caused by her husband that paralyzed her from the waist-down.
Alter Ego: Marsha Rosenburg
Notable Aliases: Marshamallow
First Appearance: Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #3 (July, 1984)
Titania's best friend and ex-girlfriend of Molecule Man.
- Ashes to Ashes: She can transform into volcanic ash.
- Because You Were Nice to Me: She was saved from having her life force drained by the Enchantress by Molecule Man and the Lizard since the Connors personality was fond of her for treating him kindly.
- Big Beautiful Woman: She's a bit heavier set than Titania, but quite attractive.
- Childhood Friends: Of Titania, having bonded with her at school for similar circumstances, her for being overweight while Mary was scrawny and poor.
- Elemental Shapeshifter: At first she was only capable of taking a sort of plasma form, but later she could become living magma, as well as turning into stone and ash.
- HeelFace Revolving Door: When she first obtained her powers from Dr. Doom, she battled several heroes. After her breakup with Reece, she eventually did heroic acts like fighting Moonstone and the Wizard. Currently she seems to be more of a villain for hire.
- Magma Man: As implied by her codename, Volcana can transform into three types of volcanic material: plasma, stone and ash.
- Statuesque Stunner: She stands at 6'5"/195cm tall, barely an inch shorter than Titania.
- Super Strength: In her Stone form, Volcana possesses superhuman strength enabling her to lift up to 50 tons.
Doctor Robert Doom
First Appearance: Sensational She-Hulk #18 (August, 1990)
Dr. Robert "Bob" Doom is the fifth cousin of the infamous Victor von Doom whose family emigrated to the USA. Jealous of his cousin's power and wealth, Robert sought to take control of the tri-state area. To that end, he used mind-controlling dental implants in the teeth wealthy patients and had them sign over their estates to. She-Hulk became aware of his plans when one of his patients, Packard Stanford, discovered a malfunctioning implant in his tooth and asked She-Hulk to file a lawsuit against him.
- Always Someone Better: As Bobs states, he has "stocks, bonds, two BMWs, a gold Rolex, a practice any tooth guy would envy" and he still comes up short compared to Victor.
- Big Bad Wannabe: Bob sought to take control of the tri-state area by implanting mind-control devices into the teeth of his wealthy clients, with the goal of having them appoint him conservator of their estates. When She-Hulk served him with a law suit over one of his devices being found in a client's tooth, Bob decided to forgo subtlety entirely and make his name known to the world.
- Cool Chair: He has a battle chair based on the modern dental unit.
- Depraved Dentist: Bob was actually a successful dentist until he started growing jealous of his more famous relative and sought to emulate him.
- Driven by Envy: His actions are motivated by his jealousy of his cousin.
- Mad Scientist: Just like his cousin.
- Morally Ambiguous Doctorate: Again, just like his cousin.
- This Is a Drill: He tries to drill a hole in Jen's tooth with an adamantium-tipped drill attachment in his glove so he can implant a mind-control device in her. Jen simply bites down on the drill, bending it out of shape.
- Unknown Rival: Victor von Doom has never acknowledged Bob and seems unaware of his existence.
Gamma Corps: Black
Alter Egos: Aberration, Morass, Axon
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk #601 (October, 2009)
- Amazon Brigade: Unlike the previous iteration of the Gamma Corps, this team is made up of only females.
- Cute Monster Girl: Despite being visibly mutated and based on three of the more physically monstrous Gamma Mutates, they still retain very obviously female and even attractive forms.
- Distaff Counterpart: They are female versions of Abomination, Zzzax and Glob.
- Killed Off for Real: All three of them were killed fighting Lyra.
- Psycho for Hire: All three of them were soldiers who went through the Gamma procedure to avoid the death penalty for previous crimes.
- Super Empowering: They were essentially an experiment by Osborn, using future knowledge from Lyra's computer Boudicca, that it was possible to replicate superpowers so he can profit off them.
- Terrible Trio: They are a trio of soldiers given the powers of some of the Hulk's most famous enemies.
Alter Ego: Rana Philips
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk #601 (October, 2009)
A member of Gamma Corps: Black, Private Ronna Phillips was modified to resemble a female version of Abomination.
- Bare Your Midriff: She wears a tank-top that shows her abs.
- Killed Off for Real: After taking over a small desert town in California and being badly wounded by Lyra, her body began to mutate into a tumorous mass which Lyra then killed by shoving a massive pipe into her head.
- Pointy Ears: Unlike Emil Blonsky's fin-like ears, hers are more pointy and human-like.
- The Scapegoat: Private Philips was incarcerated after her commanding officer used her as a scapegoat for his torture of prisoners of war, inciting her to kill him. Private Philips was sentenced to death, leaving her nothing to lose by being altered by Ryker's experiment.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Unlike the bald Abomination, Aberration has green hair.
Alter Ego: Erin Cicero
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk #601 (October, 2009)
Axon was a criminal sentenced to death like the other members of the Gamma Corps Black. But she was taken in by the Origins Corporation and was given abilities for one purpose. To use their training to "Sell their product, by killing anyone that gets in their way."
- Bare Your Midriff: Her outfit exposes her midsection.
- Psycho Electro: Just like the being her powers derive from, she can "feed" on others' bio-electricity.
- She Knows Too Much: Before Lyra could kill her like she had with the rest of Gamma Corps: Black, general Ryker had her remotely terminated for being known by too many civilians.
- Shock and Awe: Being the female version of Zzzax, she can absorb and discharge electricity.
- Sssssnake Talk: Just like Zzzax, her voice crackles with electricity like thizzz.
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk #601 (October, 2009)
Morass, a criminal sentenced to death like the other members of the Gamma Corps Black. But she was taken in by the Origins Corperation and was given abilities for one purpose. To use their training to "Sell their product, by killing anyone that gets in their way."
- Logical Weakness: She had the ability to reconstruct her body from the earth that she came into contact with. When she tried to reform at an alkali salt flat, she instantly dried out and Lyra destroyed her body, killing her.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Unlike Axon and Aberration, her real name was never revealed.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: She's the first of the Gamma trio to be killed.
Alter Ego: Mahkizmo
Notable Aliases: The Nuclear Man
First Appearance: Fantastic Four #151 (October, 1974)
Mahkizmo was ruler of Machus, a warlike alternate future Earth where women are enslaved by men until he was defeated by the Thing and Thundra.
- Back from the Dead: Mahkizmo was atomized in Fantastic Four #153. Rather than being dispersed, his atoms were held together thanks to the two worlds fusing together. Eventually, he was able to possess and reshape the body of a man of his world.
- Gendercide: Mahkizmo travels back in time to kill every female in the past with a "Gender Bomb" that will cause them to age rapidly until they die. Mahkizmo's goal was to scare the female population of his timeline into fearing men, not realizing that wiping out the entire female population in the past would mean everyone from his timeline would cease to exist including himself.
- He-Man Woman Hater: Mahkizmo comes from a world where men reign supreme over women. Him viewing women as inferior is to be expected.
- Xtreme Kool Letterz: His name is a misspelling of the word "machismo", which means "strong or aggressive masculine pride".
The Living Eraser II
First Appearance: Sensational She-Hulk #35 (January, 1992)
The second Living Eraser hails from Dimension Z, an alternate dimension inhabited by green-skinned humanoids. The denizens of Dimension Z had never developed atomic power of their own and kept trying to find ways to bring it to their dimension which also included kidnapping Earth scientists. After this plan failed, they tried simply stealing nuclear weapons but the process of interdimensional travel neutralized radioactivity. The second Living Eraser came up with the idea of kidnapping humans who had become irradiated. His target: the She-Hulk.
- Green and Mean: He's from an antagonistic alien race of green-skinned humanoids.
- Literal Metaphor: His dimensionizer is a palm mounted device that's used in a way that makes it look like he's literally wiping them from existence, earning his name.
- Purple Is Powerful: Wears a purple outfit.
- Villain Teleportation: The Living Eraser uses devices called Dimensionizers which allow him to travel between dimensions.
First Appearance: She-Hulk #5 (September, 2004)
- The Bus Came Back: After not being seen since her debut in 2004, she reappeared for King In Black as one the Ravencroft inmates released by the Thunderbolts.
- Face Framed in Shadow: Her face, with the exception of glowing eyes, is always hidden in shadows.
- The Faceless: Her face has never been clearly seen.
- Master of Illusion: She can create some pretty impressive illusions, which is how the Thunderbolts manage to deceive Wilson Fisk and blackmail him into financially supporting the Thunderbolts.
- Redhead In Green: Has red hair and wears a green dress.
- Scary Shiny Glasses: Her eyes are only seen this way.
- Villainous Friendship: Apparently she let Mr. Fear to stay in her couch for a time.
First Appearance: Sensational She-Hulk #52 (1993)
James David made a name for himself in the 1950s and 60s by playing a character known as the Rumbler in films. He crossed paths with Jennifer's father Morris when the sheriff arrested for running over someone while driving under the influence. Released on bail, James died when he fell into a crevasse caused by an earthquake.
Or so it seemed until he resurfaced several decades later the power to control earth and desire for revenge against Morris Walters.
- Dishing Out Dirt
- Hero Killer: He temporarily kills She-Hulk due to her being weakened from War Zone's gas.
- Never My Fault: While drunk, David ran over a little boy and crippled him. He knew that his career would be over once the press got a hold of it but instead of accepting responsibility for his mistakes, he blamed Morris Walters, a county deputy at the time, for arresting him.
- No Celebrities Were Harmed: David is based on James Dean who was known for playing young, rebellious characters.
- Villain with Good Publicity: David was remembered as a beloved Hollywood icon in life. However, he also had violent temper and an alcoholic problem which frequently got him into trouble with the law and only avoided jail time thanks to his very slick lawyer. Even after he crippled a little boy in a drunk driving accident, his reputation remained intact thanks to a combination of his "death" and his lawyer doing everything he could to keep his client's crimes a secret.