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R. U. Reddy
R. U. Reddy (Winthrop Roan, Jr.) is a fictional mutant in the Marvel Universe and a member of the Thunderiders. He first appeared in Captain America #269 (May 1982), and was created by J. M. DeMatteis and Mike Zeck.
The character subsequently appears in Team America #1-12 (June 1982-May 1983), The New Mutants #5-6 (July-August 1983), #8 (October 1983), and The Thing #27 (September 1985).
Winthrop Roan, Jr. was the singer in a rock band known as Ruff Stuff. With Honcho and Wolf, he formed the professional motorcyclist team called Team America,[volume & issue needed] which was eventually known as the Thunderiders.[volume & issue needed]
After the events of M-Day, it is unknown whether R.U. Reddy still retains his powers.
R.U. Reddy is a mutant who shares a mental link with the four other members of the Thunderiders. The five mutants can project their collective physical skills, strength, and knowledge into another person without diminishing their own abilities in any way.
R. U. Reddy appeared as part of the "Thunderiders" entry in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #13.
Radion the Atomic Man
The character subsequently appears as the Ravager in Iron Fist #3-4 (February, April 1976), and as Dr. Henri Sorel in Marvel Two-In-One #55 (September 1979), Marvel Super-Heroes 33 (September 1990), and Avengers Unplugged #5 (June 1996).
Exposure to radioactive isotopes caused Dr. Henri Sorel to mutate into an inhuman being who could generate blasts of nuclear energy, and warped his personality. The Puppet Master agreed to assist Radion in exchange for his help. Radion amplified the radiation in the Puppet Master's clay, enabling him to use Thor to attack the Fantastic Four. When Wundarr the Aquarian arrived to help, he absorbed Radion's powers, causing Radion to flee.[volume & issue needed]
Sorel then constructed a suit of armor to contain his energies and protect himself from reaching critical mass. He renamed himself the Ravager and traveled to London. At Heathrow Airport, Iron Fist and Misty Knight attacked him and were defeated. When his chestplate controls were smashed by Iron Fist, a nuclear chain reaction began in his body which might have caused him to explode, if he had not been returned to human form, drained of radiation.[volume & issue needed]
Sorel, cured in mind and body, then came to be employed by Project: Pegasus as head of the human resources research dome.[volume & issue needed] He gained the opportunity to study a number of superhuman beings. His research led to the construction of the Vault, and he was eventually employed at the Vault as well.[volume & issue needed]
Raggadorr is a fictional character appearing in the Marvel Universe. He is a powerful mystical entity (possibly a demon) whom Doctor Strange and other sorcerers have invoked. He is also a member of the Octessence.
Agamotto freed the fourth Ring of Raggadorr from the Dungeons of Dyzakk.
The sorceress Renrutanit used the "Mists of Ragador" as a truth serum to learn about Conan from his friend Kiev.
Millennia ago, a disagreement arose between eight great mystics as to who was the most powerful. They entered into the Wager of the Octessence to settle the argument. Each created a totem that held a fraction of its creator's vast power, possessing the ability to transform a human who touched it into an Exemplar, a living embodiment of that power.
Raggadorr placed his totem - the Ringed Ruby of Raggadorr - within his temple in what eventually became the jungles of Thailand. The Temple of Raggadorr and the Ringed Ruby were found by a graffiti artist named Ultama "Tom" Somchart, who touched it and was transformed into Stonecutter, the Exemplar of Raggadorr.
Raggadorr was one of the entities who confronted Doctor Strange about his use of invocation of him for power, and sought to conscript him into service during the War of Seven Spheres. Strange instead invoked the Enchantment of Emancipation, and refused to serve Raggadorr or any other being in their war. As a result, Strange lost the ability to call upon any of these beings for power.
Rain Boy is one of the students at the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning assigned to Gambit's training squad, the Chevaliers. Rain Boy loses his mutant powers on M-Day.[volume & issue needed] His current whereabouts are unknown.
Rain Boy is able to expel his liquid body (water) as pressurized streams.
- Ralph Rider
- Rebel Ralston
- Monica Rambeau (Captain Marvel, Photon, Pulsar, Daystar, Sceptre, Lady of Light)
- Ramrod II
- Ranaq the Devourer
The character, created by Jim Valentino, first appeared in Guardians of the Galaxy #8 (January 1991) as the leader of a world settled by mutants of the alternate timeline/reality Marvel Comics designated as Earth-691.
Within the context of the stories, Rancor is the leader of New Haven and claims to be a direct descendant of Wolverine. She initially crosses paths with the Guardians of the Galaxy when she is trying to eliminate the Resistance.
She later steals one of Wolverine's claws from a Shi'ar museum as part of a plan to find her ancestor. In the course of her quest, she loses possession of the claw during a confrontation with Talon. She regains the claw when she is recruited by Doctor Doom. She eventually turns against Doom and discovers he is in possession of Wolverine's skeleton. The confrontation results in her being severely wounded and rescued by the Guardians of the Galaxy.
Ransak the Reject
Ransak is a member of the race known as the Deviants. He is the son of Maelstrom (whose father, Phaeder, was an Inhuman) and Medula. He is shunned and feared by other Deviants because he is not subject to the deformity of their race, his humanlike appearance seeming freakish to them. An outcast, he funneled his rage at his rejection into becoming an expert killer fighting in the gladiatorial arenas that became his home.[volume & issue needed]
In the gladiator arena, he drew the attention of the Eternal Thena, and both he and the Deviant Karkas were given sanctuary in the Eternal city of Olympia.[volume & issue needed] Though the prospect of women who did not think him a hideous freak was comforting to Ransak, his tremendous anger still alienated him from the Eternals.[volume & issue needed] The Eternal samurai Kingo Sunen has attempted to teach him discipline, to little avail.[volume & issue needed]
After the majority of the Eternals left for deep space, Ransak once again turned his attention towards fighting, both in and out of the arena, the Deviants that had shunned him.[volume & issue needed]
Ransak has superhuman strength and durability sufficient to battle an Eternal in personal combat. He has a lifetime's experience in gladiatorial combat, and is thus a formidable fighter. He is prone to berserker-like rages during which he can ignore painful injuries and attacks.
Other versions of Ransak
Ransak featured prominently in Alex Ross and Jim Krueger's non-canon Earth X trilogy, as the leader of a guerilla force determined to aid Reed Richards' efforts to burn the Terrigen Mists out of the atmosphere and reverse the mutations plaguing Earth. As when he lived with the Deviants, Ransak was untouched by the deformity that had claimed all those around him, a condition which he considered a deformity in and of itself.[volume & issue needed]
- Kavita Rao
- Raoul Stoddard
- Monica Rappaccini
- Raptor (Brenda Drago)
- Raptor (Damon Ryder)
- Raptor (Gary Wilton, Jr.)
- Mikhail Rasputin
- Ravage 2099 (Marvel 2099)
- Raven, Maureen
- Rawhide Kid
A member of the race of supermutants known as the Neo, Rax became the new leader, or Jaeger, of the Neo after the accidental death of the former Jaeger, Hunter, at the hands of Cecilia Reyes. Rax wielded a high-tech crossbow which he could fire with uncanny accuracy before it was destroyed in battle with Cecilia Reyes. The hidden Neo civilization was devastated when the High Evolutionary removed all mutants' powers, and it was this act that caused the Neo to declare war on both humans and mutants alike.
Rax later tries to prove himself by fighting against Gambit all by himself. He tracks him down to New Orleans and starts a fight, but Gambit with his upgraded powers is clearly superior. However Rax endangers innocent bystanders and waits for Remy to use his energies to save them from falling debris. Now weakened, he is easily defeated by Rax, right as the other Neo arrive. Domina is proud of Rax and wants him to kill his prey, but then the unified guilds of New Orleans enter the scene. Domina announces to spare Gambit’s life and leaves, since it is clear who was victorious, though Rax and Remy know who really was the superior combatant.
Later after the Master of Magnetism sought to recruit the Neo into his war against mankind,Rax was literally torn apart by the wrath of Magneto.
Rax had peak human strength, speed, endurance, and reflexes, extra-human senses enable him to sense base emotions and track others by trace genetic material, hydraulic crossbow.
Within the context of the stories, the Red Celestial is the Celestial tasked with helping to birth the Blue Celestial.
- Red Barbarian
- Red Ghost
- Red Guardian
- Red Lotus
- Red Hulk
- Red Nine
- Red Raven
- Red Ronin
- Red She-Hulk
- Red Shift
- Red Skull
- Red Sonja
- Red Wolf
The Red/Blue Judge is a Celestial in the Marvel Universe. Within the context of the stories, the Red/Blue Judge is the second known Celestial with the right to judge worlds. When Kosmos and Kubik travel the universe, they encounter this strange Celestial standing alone. It allows them to enter its mind to see some of the Celestials' secrets. It eventually judges them worthy of life.
After his wife threatened to expose him as a mutant, Malcolm Reeves ordered his friend Perot to attempt to take her mutant powers away, hoping it would calm her down. The procedure went wrong, as always, and she died instead.
Getting a call from his daughter, Malon, Malcolm was deeply angered that someone would dare attempt to kidnap her. Malcolm called Charles Xavier and demanded Xavier explain what was going on, and Xavier broke it to him that it was probably the mutant terrorist sect, The Brotherhood.
After his men were killed and his daughter was kidnapped, Malcolm met with the one man who could help him, Marshal. Marshal attacked and captured Brotherhood members Bela and Fiona, then dropped Bela's severed hand on Malcolm's desk, telling him that he was finally ready to talk.
Sent a tape by Malon, Malcolm watched her and Bryson strike at his businesses and satellites. Marshal, who was there with him, asked Malcolm what was his deep, dark secret, but Malcolm assured him he had no secrets. Thinking there was no other way out of the situation, Malcolm ordered a military strike on the Brotherhood's London hideout, hoping they would murder Malon as well, she escaped.
Later, Malon and Bryson Bale showed up at Malcolm's office. Malcolm acted relieved that she was alive, but when confronted by the fact that he was a mutant, he lashed out Malon, transforming into a flaming skeleton form. Bryson jumped to his lover's defense, and Malcolm brawled with him until they fell through a window, crashing to the ground.
Malcolm Reeves could transform into something of a flaming skeleton. Despite the fact that he was a powerful mutant, he hated his own kind and lived in total fear of being outed as one.
- Malon Reeves
- Regan Wyngarde
- Reilly, Ben (Scarlet Spider)
Within the context of the stories, Replica is a devout member of the Universal Church of Truth who lives in disguise on the planet New Haven under the rule of Rancor. When the Guardians of the Galaxy arrive, she joins them and the Resistance against Rancor. When the Guardians leave New Haven, she stows away on their ship as an insect only to be discovered by Yondu. Over time she assists the Guardians against a Stark saboteur, the Spirit of Vengeance, and the Grand Inquisitor. She also reveals that she is a member of the Universal Church of Truth and a Skrull as she officially joins the Guardians. Later, in order to save the lives of the Guardians, she gives herself as a playmate to her god, Protégé.
She uses her position with Protégé to help the Guardians, but comes into conflict with Protégé's other companion, a demonic-looking woman named Malevolence. When she receives a call for aid from Martinex, she dodges the attentions of both Protégé and Malevolence to answer this call, though ultimately Protégé lets her go. Despite this, she still needs to be rescued from a Universal Church ship by Firelord. Their rescue of Martinex' planet results in the formation of the Galactic Guardians.
Within the context of the stories, Cecilia Reyes joins forces with Iceman and other mutants to escape New York City when she is targeted by Operation: Zero Tolerance, a government-backed anti-mutant task force. Soon after, she uses her medical skills to save Cyclops' life and officially becomes a member of the X-Men. When she is kidnapped by interdimensional demons called N'Garai, she escapes with the other civilians who had been abducted.  When offered a new life by the Shadow King, Reyes chooses to remain who she is.
She is taken prisoner at a mutant concentration camp called Neverland. There was some debate about her survival until she is shown alive and volunteering in a homeless shelter. She is asked to aid the X-Men again when they move to Utopia, and goes to Mexico with Psylocke in search of a new mutant named Gabriel. She returns to New York City, where she helps care for victims of an earthquake and protects anti-mutant protesters from the Juggernaut. Reyes becomes romantically involved with Gambit and rejoins the X-Men team.
Nathaniel Richards is a scientific genius and time traveler in the Marvel Universe.
The character, created by John Byrne, first appeared in Fantastic Four #272 (November 1984) as the long absent father of Reed Richards. Later stories have implied the character is the father of Huntara and Kristoff Vernard, and ancestor of Kang the Conqueror.
Within the context of the stories, Nathaniel Richards is a scientific genius, inventor of the "time platform", and, during the 1950s, a member of S.H.I.E.L.D.. At some point after the birth of his son Reed, he begins to travel in time and alternate realities, leaving his son and wife Evelyn behind in his native time and reality. In one of the alternate realities he meets, marries, and has a son with a woman named Cassandra.
He has returned to his native time on a number occasions to interact with his first son, Reed, though always to further his own goals. The acts he has committed involving these returns include: impersonating Doctor Doom;[volume & issue needed] kidnapping and raising his grandson Franklin and replacing him with an aged Psi-Lord version;[volume & issue needed] working with Cable and X-Force to secure Doom's version of the time platform; and joining the Future Foundation.
Ridge is superhumanly agile and can leap great distances. His skin is very dense, and he has razor sharp claws on both his hands and feet. He has steel barbs on his forearms, which double as weapons, and tools to help him to scale sheer surfaces. Ridge has two very large insectoid eyes which grant him 360 degree vision, and enable him to see in light frequencies outside of the normal visible range. He is prone to berserker rages.
Rintrah is an other-dimensional mystic in the Marvel Universe.
Within the context of the stories, Rintrah comes from an other-dimensional planet called R'Vaal. There, because of his sensitivity to occult forces and his potential to become a skilled sorcerer, he is apprenticed to Enitharmon the Weaver. When Doctor Strange brings his Cloak of Levitation to Enitharmon for repair, the weaver sends Rintrah to return the restored cloak. After delivering the cloak, Strange briefly, and with permission, possesses his body to fend off Urthona. He remains with Strange for a short time before returning to his apprenticeship.
Rintrah returns some time later to become Strange's apprentice. He accompanies Strange on a number of adventures after this, progressing in his skils and his master's respect. In this he earns Strange's original blue Cloak of Levitation and the Amulet of Agamotto. In his final adventure with Strange, he smashes the Tartessus Talisman and the resulting energy decimates his body. Strange later commits his apprentice's remains to another dimension for temporary safekeeping.
The character, created by Michael Gallagher and Kevin West, first appeared in Guardians of the Galaxy #54 (November 1994) as a resident of the alternate timeline/reality Marvel Comics designated as Earth-691.
Within the context of the stories, Ripjak is a Martian (from the novel The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells) encased in and artificial exoskeleton and embued with a transfusion of Spider-Man's blood. The media dubs him the "Interplanetary Serial Killer" and he first encounters the Guardians of the Galaxy as an adversary. It is later revealed that Ripjak is not the killer the media presented but rather an agent of mercy. The planets he destroyed had been infected by the being known as Bubonicus, his actions were to prevent the contagions from spreading and end the suffering of those living there.[volume & issue needed]
The character, created by Brian Reed and Adriana Melo, first appeared in Ms. Marvel (vol. 2) #25 (May 2008) as a Super-Skrull agent. Prior to this a character with a similar visual depiction and powers was featured in New Avengers: Illuminati #5 (January 2008), also written by Brian Reed. He has stated that the two characters are not the same.
Within the context of the stories, Rl'nnd is an advance agent of the Skrulls sent to eliminate a Kree agent using the alias William Wagner. In preparation, Rl'nnd has been augmented as a Super-Skrull and possesses the powers of a number of the X-Men. His missions changes when another Skrull posing as Ms. Marvel deals with Wagner. He infiltrates a S.H.I.E.L.D. Minicarrier to interrogate Ms. Marvel. This results in a fight between the two when ends in his death when Ms. Marvel's team results to lethal force.
Rl'nnd's powers and abilities
Rl'nnd possesses the natural shapeshifting abilities of a Skrull. These have been augmented to allow him to mimic the abilities of members of the X-Men. These include: the organic steel skin, strength, and durability of Colossus; the acute senses and retractable claws of Wolverine; teleportation of Nightcrawler; and the optic blast of Cyclops.
- Robbie Robertson (full name - Joseph Robertson)
- Randy Robertson
- Rock Python
- Rocket Raccoon
- Rocket Racer (aka Robert Farrell)
- Rom the Spaceknight
- Ronan the Accuser
- Ronin (Maya Lopez)
- Ronin (Clint Barton)
- Richard Rory
Within the context of the stories, Bernie Rosenthal is a glass blower and lawyer who has worked with Captain America. She meets him when she is a hostage of The Watchdogs. Over time she became his girlfriend and eventually his fiancée. Eventually she leaves to study law at the University of Wisconsin.
Arnold Roth is a homosexual friend of Captain America in the Marvel Universe. The character first appeared in Captain America #270. Within the context of the stories, Roth was a childhood friend of Steve Rogers in the 1930s.
Microchip (Henry Russo) is a fictional character from the Marvel Universe. He first appeared in The Punisher vol. 7 #1 (March 2009), and has gone on to become a recurring character in that series, as well as appearing alongside the Punisher in other series, such as Anti-Venom and Deadpool: Suicide Kings.
Russo is the child of Jigsaw, and as a child, Russo's father would neglect and abuse him. In a pivotal incident, Jigsaw beat Russo for letting a cat inside their house. He then pulled a gun on Russo's mother and told him that if he did not drown the cat he (Jigsaw) would shoot her. Russo did, and was left traumatised by this incident.
Russo first met the Punisher at the age of eighteen, when Russo rescued the Punisher after he had been badly beaten by the Sentry. Russo took the Punisher to his secret hideout, where he told him that he has access to CCTV cameras all over New York City, and that he wants to help him take down Norman Osborn. He also reveals that he was able to track Osborn's activities involving prostitution and drug running, but that he wants the Punisher to help him find the proof. Russo than assists the Punisher in taking down several criminal activities related to Osborn. Russo also assisted the Punisher in an attempt to take down Deadpool because they believed him to be responsible for an explosion which killed several innocent people. Russo also helped the Punisher and Anti-Venom take down an organised crime gang.[volume & issue needed]
When the Punisher learns that Russo is Jigsaw's son, he abandons him and ends their partnership, despite Russo's hatred for his father.[volume & issue needed]
After the Punisher's death at the hands of Daken and his subsequent resurrection, the pair were reconciled.[volume & issue needed] Russo then helped him track down villain Robert Hellsgard.[volume & issue needed]
Russo possesses no superhuman powers or abilities, although he is extremely skilled at using and hacking computers.
Ryder is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe. He was created by Grant Morrison, Mark Millar and Steve Yeowell, and was the leader and founder of the Skrull Kill Krew, first appearing in Skrull Kill Krew #1 (1995).
The man known only as Ryder was one of a number of people who had unintentionally eaten meat from Skrulls that had been brainwashed into transforming into cows and retaining that form for life. Some of the meat eaten by people transferred the Skrull's adaptable DNA code into the human's cells, resulting in a bizarre condition called Skrullovoria Induced Skrullophobia, in which these individuals not only gained shape-shifting powers equal to, or greater than, actual Skrulls, but also developed an intense fear or hatred of Skrulls. Only a small number of humans proved susceptible to this syndrome, and most did not survive the initial stages of infection. But several people who proved somewhat longer-lived (though still dying), and Ryder gathered them together (known as Riot, Catwalk, Dice, and Moonstomp), to act out their increasingly irrational impulses to seek out and destroy the ones who did this to them (by "letting" themselves get turned into cows), usually by graphically "blowing away" the Skrulls with high-powered weapons.
Ryder and Riot return much later to ferret out more Skrulls. Ryder had kept the other three alive, as heads kept in jars; their Skull infestation has resulted in the loss of their bodies. They encounter the new 3-D Man in the New Mexico desert and save him from a Skrull posing as 'She-Thing'. Ryder and Riot helped 3-D Man and the Initiative find and kill all the Skrulls infiltrating all the Initiative teams. Moonstomp, Dice, and Catwalk, are able to help track down Skrulls, which allowed the speedsters and teleporters in the Inititative to take the Skrull Kill Krew members and 3-D Man across the country very quickly. After the Skrulls are defeated, Moonstomp, Dice and Catwalk's heads all die, and Riot reverts to human form, dying also. 3-D Man and Ryder then set out to find and kill any Skrulls that might still be on earth.
He returns to solo adventuring, stalking the remainders of the Skrullian army on Earth, and strongly believing there may be more milk and meat contaminated by Skrull genetics. However it's implied he may be a Skrull himself: one of the original Skrullian cows able to restore himself to a human appearance, but losing his memory in the process and explaining his superhuman powers with the "Skrullovoria Induced Skrullophobia."
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- Conan the Barbarian #180
- Iron Man vol 3 #22
- Peter Parker: Spider-Man #11
- Doctor Strange vol. 3 #49
- Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z, vol. 13 (2010)
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- X-Men vol 2 #69
- "X-Men" #70 v2 (December 1997)
- X-Men #75 (vol. 2, June 1998)
- X-Men #78 (vol. 2, August 1998)
- Weapon X: Days of Future Now #3
- letter column of New Excalibur #1
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- NYX: No Way Home #4
- Uncanny X-Men #522
- Uncanny X-Men #527
- X-23 #13-14, 16
- Uncanny X-Men #541
- Astonishing X-Men 48-53
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- Avengers: The Initiative #18
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- Avengers: The Initiative #20
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