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list of fictional primates in comics. It is a subsidiary to the list of fictional primates.
Y: The Last Man A macaque monkey that Yorrick attempts to train to help the disabled.
Tokyo Mew Mew
#5 Squadron Supreme A member of The
Squadron Supreme; Also the name of a super hero who becomes a powerful gorilla after donning a magic Mexican wrestling mask.
v1 076 Superboy
Superman's pet monkey.
#40 Secret Origins Featured in
#40 - an 'all gorilla issue' that featured an editorial discussion of the Silver Age phenomenon and the issue sported a Secret Origins campy cover that featured a number of tricks formerly used to sell comics such as go checks, fires, motorcycles and questions. [1 ]
Adventures of Rex the Wonder Dog #4 A superintelligent ape that first appeared in the silver age of DC. Has recently returned in the
mini-series Infinite Crisis . Day of Vengeance
B'wana Beast's friend.
The Umbrella Academy A chimpanzee from the six-part comic book, written by
My Chemical Romance vocalist Gerard Way.
Don Uggie Apelino
Judge Dredd Head of the Ape Gang, a criminal mob of sentient gorillas in
Batman Originally a Mobster by the name of George Dyke, he was set to be executed but had his brain removed from his body by his henchman and it ends up transplanted into the body of a towering gorilla by a disgraced surgeon named Doc Willard.
The Flash #106 A
psychic gorilla supervillain that battles The Flash.
Gorilla Men’s Adventures #26
After operating his own team for a while, Ken Hale then "retired", and lived in a large treehouse near the Congo. He served as a guide for the original X-Men, and proved himself to be a formidable guide. He was given a special yearbook, and was acknowledged as an ally, or "X-Ape".
#14 (1983) Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew! A
lemur version Lex Luthor in . Just'a Lotta Animals
Kateikyoushi Hitman Reborn!
Grease Monkey A gorilla who happens to be Chief Mechanic for Barbarian Squadron. A self-styled artist who cares nothing at all for regulations. Robin becomes his assistant and close friend.
Fantastic Four Super-strong and super-durable; Killed by Red Hulk
Doom Patrol (vol. 1) #86 An intelligent homosexual gorilla created by an evil brain in a jar. He was a member of the
Brotherhood of Evil, enemies of the original Doom Patrol.
vol. 2 #194 The Flash Solovar's son and successor.
A millionaire gorilla with a jetpack, written by
Philip D. Amara & Tim McCarney.
(vol. 1) #106 The Flash A heroic counterpart to Grodd, later the leader of Gorilla City.
Titano the Super-Ape
Superman A villain
#13 Action Comics A
mad scientist who took many forms, most famously that of an evil albino ape. While he first appeared in the Golden Age, his gorilla form first appeared in the Silver Age.
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