Empire State University

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This article is about the fictional university. For the state college, see Empire State College.
First appearance Amazing Spider-Man #31
(December 1965)
Publisher Marvel Comics

Empire State University (also known as ESU) is a fictional university in the Marvel Comics Universe, a mixture of New York University[1] and Columbia University (whose campus was used in the film adaptations).[2] It is located somewhere in New York City, in Greenwich Village near the site of New York University.[3] Many Marvel Comics characters, especially those associated with Spider-Man, have either attended or worked at the university. It first appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #31 (December 1965).

Location[edit]

Depictions of the university's location have been vague, although maps published in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe depict the university as being near Washington Square Park, on or near the site of New York University. In the 2002 Chamber miniseries, the main character dorms in Empire State's Brittany Hall, the name of a real dorm at NYU.[3]

The novel The Venom Factor, by Diane Duane,[4] places the university in Greenwich Village, where NYU is located.

Notable students[edit]

Peter Parker, AKA Spider-Man, studied biophysics at Empire State University after graduating high school.

Victor von Doom was invited to come from Latveria to study at Empire State, where he met Reed Richards. He was expelled after the accidental explosion that scarred his face.

Johnny Storm, the Human Torch, attended Empire State University. He was expelled and then sued after he accidentally burned part of a building down[5] while engaged in a battle with supervillains.

A young Emma Frost also attended ESU in her late teens.[6] She was there when an anti-mutant strike broke out.

Later, X-Man Chamber enrolled briefly at ESU in order to investigate a bombing that killed six people. Chamber's findings resulted in ESU closing their main mutant program, and creating a new human/mutant student exchange program with the Xavier Institute. The first participants of this program were Walter—Chamber's paraplegic, human dorm-mate—and Amber, a reptilian mutant student who assisted Chamber in his investigation.[7]

Eddie Brock, aka Venom, attends Empire State University in the Ultimate Spider-Man series.

Staff, students, and faculty[edit]

Staff[edit]

Character First Appearance Status Description
Debra Whitman[8] Amazing Spider-Man #196
(September 1979)
Quit Secretary to Dr. Morris Sloan. Dated Peter Parker, but left him after finding out he was Spider-Man.
Harvey MacNamara[9] Amazing Spider-Man #225
(February 1982)
Employed Registrar who was targeted by Foolkiller.
Dian Michael Abria[10] Amazing Spider-Man #310
(December 1988)
Employed Head of MIS
Shelly Fisch[10] Amazing Spider-Man #310
(December 1998)
Employed Head of Grant Program. Is not actually seen.

Faculty[edit]

Character First Appearance Status Description
Dean Menckin[11] Fantastic Four #35 (February 1965) Unknown
Professor Gregson Gilbert Quit Creator of Dragon Man.
Professor Miles Warren[12] Amazing Spider-Man #31
(December 1965)
Quit Biology professor who taught Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy. Later created clones as the villain The Jackal.
Professor Marina Caches[13] Amazing Spider-Man #70
(March 1969)
Employed Mother to Fabian LaMuerto and ex-wife to Black Tarantula.
Dean Marcus Corliss[14] Employed
Professor Clifton Shallot[3] Amazing Spider-Man #127 (December 1973) Quit Bio-mutation expert who became the third Vulture.
Damon Walthers Sub-Mariner #66 (January 1974) Employed Research scientist, developed a force field device, which was stolen by his lab assistant Clay Wilson, who became Force.
Dr. Henry Croft Sub-Mariner #68 (January 1974) Unknown Member of the Hydro-Men
Dr. Joseph Jennings Unknown Member of the Hydro-Men
Professor Rodney Ballinger[15] Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 2 #4 (March 1977) Employed Chemsitry professor
Harrison Turk[16] Defenders #52 (October 1977) Quit Was actually Arisen Tyrk (Lunatik).
Dean Morris Sloan Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #32 (July 1979) Unknown Graduate professor under whom Peter Parker, Phillip Chang, Marcy Kane and Steve Hopkins studied and worked; inadvertently revived Swarm.
Professor Daniel Ironwood Marvel Team-Up Annual #2
(October 1979)
Deceased[17] Father of Priscilla "Cissy" Ironwood, love interest to Peter Parker. Former expert in nuclear physics, kidnapped by the Soviet Super Soldiers, in effort to force him to complete a bomb.
Dean Enrico Montesi Spectacular Spider-Man vol. 2 #41 (April 1980) Employed
Professor Isaac Slattery Employed Biochemistry professor.
Dr. Michael Kissick[18] Amazing Spider-Man #221
(October 1981)
Employed A biochemist who was coerced into formulating poisons for Ramrod
Professor Horatio Piper[19] Daredevil #202 (January 1984) Deceased Discovered Kingorge tribe and brought them to the United States. He was killed by Micah Synn after he freed Debbie Nelson[20]
Professor Buck Mitty Web of Spider-Man #19
(October 1986)
Deceased[21] Former entomologist who after ESU cut his funds, established Humbug identity to gain alternate funding. Also known as the Bug-Man of Alcatraz.
Evan Swann Amazing Spider-Man #310 (December 1988) Employed Became one of the hosts for Captain Universe[22]
Dr. Maxwell Lubisch[23] Amazing Spider-Man #326 (December 1989) Employed Attempted to tap into extradimensional power source, resulted in Spider-Man receiving Captain Universe power; history of failed experiment abroad, blackmailed by Sebastian Shaw.
Dr. Ashley Kafka[24] Spectacular Spider-Man #178
(July 1991)
Quit Founded and runs the Ravencroft Institute for the Criminally Insane.
Peregrine Took[25] Marvel Comics Presents #127
(May 1993)
Employed Formerly employed to Danny Rand and became a magic user teaching Asian studies ESU. Named after Peregrin "Pippin" Took from The Lord of the Rings.
Dr. Benita Sanchez[26] Amazing Spider-Man #386
(February 1994)
Employed Creates the juvenator mechanism that could transfer life energy from one source to another.
Professor Toshiro Mikashi Spider-Man: The Arachnis Project #1 (August 1994) Deceased later seconded to Williams University. Creator of the Arachnis Project and the father of Gunplay. He sacrificed his own life in an effort to destroy Carlton Drake/Homo Arachnis of the Life Foundation and his formula to so it would not be misused.[27]
Prof. Isaac Sandor[28] Fantastic Force #2 (December 1994) Unknown Discovered Omnivirus.
Professor Mark Howard[29] Amazing Spider-Man #421
(March 1997)
Employed Taught graduate studies.
Anne-Marie Baker[10] Amazing Spider-Man #310 (December 1998) Employed Research Assistant to Dr. Evan Swann while getting doctorate, born in France, raised in London.
Dr. Philip Coyles Slingers #6 (May 1999) Employed Science advisor of Eddie McDonough
Professor Henry Brandeis[30] Before the Fantastic Four: The Storms #1 (December 2000) Unknown Taught comparative religions. Next-door neighbor of Susan and Johnny Storm during their childhood; murdered by Comte St. Germaine, who was attempting to retrieve the Amulet of Zarathos.
Chancellor Edward Gorman[31] Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 3 #2 (September 2003) Employed
Dr. Edward Lansky[32] Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 3 #3 (October 2003) Quit Physics professor who becomes the villain Lightmaster.
David Dwyer Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 2 #9 (March 2004) Unknown Former president of ESU
Professor Francis Hutton[33] Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 3 #12 (May 2004) Employed Sociology professor who tells Peter about the Legion of Light.
Dean Eliot Irvine[6] Emma Frost #13 (September 2004) Employed Academic Advisor
Professor Robin Mason[6] Employed
Peter Wilcox She-Hulk Vol. 2 #14 (February 2007) Employed Theoretical physicist, college classmate of She-Hulk, once dated Jen Walters, assisted in discovering nature of the compaction receptacles and Encroachiverses.

Student body[edit]

Character First Appearance Status Description
Todd Fields Spider-Man #76 (January 1997) Unknown Went by the name Neil Aiken and became S.H.O.C.
Axel Asher[34] Marvel Versus DC #1
(February 1996)
Unknown Became the hero Access and prevented the Marvel Universe and the DC Universe from merging.
Kyle Barker[35] Doc Samson #1 (January 1996) Expelled Became an enemy of Doc Samson named Patchwork.
Roger "Caps" Cooper[36] Nova #1 (September 1976) Graduated Classmate and college roommate of Richard Rider; Nephew of Megaman; he is aware of Richard Rider's alter ego.
Brad Davis[37] Amazing Spider-Man #188 (January 1979) Unknown Former star quarterback, dated Mary Jane Watson.
Delilah "Dee Dee" Dearborn[35] Doc Samson #1 (January 1996) Graduated Mutated by Empire State University’s experimental particle accelerator.
Bernie Dillon[36] Nova #1 (September 1976) Graduated Roommate of Richard Rider, employed at Marvel Burger, aware of Nova’s secret identity.
Harvey Kenneth Farber Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 2 #44
(July 1980)
Unknown One of Peter's students.
Lillian Hsu[25] Marvel Comics Presents #127 (May 1993) Unknown Assistant to Peregrine Took, interested in Danny Rand.
Olgivy Landsfield[25] Unknown Student of Peregrine Took.
Horace Ledge[38] Defenders #51
(September 1977)
Unknown Badly beaten by Lunatik when he tried to come to Valkyrie's aid, friend of Dollar Bill.
Bridget O'Neil[39] Fantastic Four #366 (July 1992) Unknown Archeology student at Empire State University, acquaintance of Human Torch (Johnny Storm).
Robin Vega Spider-Man #82 (August 1997) Expelled Mutant who was on the run. Befriended Peter and Mary Jane.
Shantal Wilsk[13] Amazing Spider-Man #70
(March 1969)
Graduated Friend of Mary Jane Watson.
Doreen Green Marvel Super-Heroes Vol. 2 #8 (December 1991) Enrolled The superhero Squirrel Girl.
Aaron English[38] Defenders #51
(September 1977)
Graduated Went by the nickname 'Dollar Bill.' TV producer, attempted to make documentary about Defenders, former roommate of Harrison Turk, later had own Public-access television cable TV show.
Emma Frost[6] X-Men #129 (January 1980) Graduated Majored in Education with a minor in Business Administration.
Felicia Hardy[40] Amazing Spider-Man #194
(July 1979)
Graduated The anti-hero Black Cat. Dated and was raped by a fellow student.
Candace Nelson[41] Daredevil #108 (March 1974) Graduated Younger half sister to Foggy Nelson. Briefly dated Matt Murdock. Research project on the Sallis Papers got her in trouble with the government.
Richard Rider[36] Nova #1 (September 1976) Graduated Became the superhero Nova.
Greg Salinger[42] Omega the Unknown #9 (1976) Expelled Attended some undergraduate courses taught by Peter Parker before resuming his Foolkiller identity.
Kevin Wilson[43] Excalibur #53 (August 1992) Expelled Member of the Litter, a group of genetically engineered human-dog hybrids. Goes by the name Pitbull.
Clemence Duval[43] Expelled Member of the Litter, a group of genetically engineered human-dog hybrids. Goes by the name Poodle.
Monte Devlin[43] Expelled Member of the Litter, a group of genetically engineered human-dog hybrids. Goes by the name Terrier.
Jan Radar[43] Expelled Member of the Litter, a group of genetically engineered human-dog hybrids. Goes by the name Dane.
Basenji[43] Expelled Member of the Litter, a group of genetically engineered human-dog hybrids. She is hospitalized by Captain Britain. Her real name is unknown.
Jack Hammer Cable #3 (July 1993) Expelled Dropped out after Deadpool went back in time and sabotaged his chances at a job at Oscorp. Becomes his sidekick Weasel.
Jonothon Evan Starsmore[7] Generation X #1
(November 1994)
Unfinished Attended briefly whilst investigating undercover a bombing on campus for the X-Men.
Johnathan "Johnny" Gallo[44] Slingers #0 (September 1998) Unknown A mutant who took the name Ricochet from Peter Parker. Was part of the Slingers and later joined the Loners. Is now a part-time student at Avengers Academy.
Richard "Ritchie" Gilmore[44] Unknown A jock who took the name Prodigy from Peter Parker. Was part of the Slingers and later joined the Initiative.
Edward "Eddie" McDonough[44] Deceased A science wiz who took the name Hornet from Peter Parker. Was part of the Slingers and went solo before getting killed by Wolverine.
Cassie St. Commons[44] Unknown A goth who took the name Dusk from Peter Parker. Was part of the Slingers, but has since disappeared.
Brian Broyd Slingers #1 (December 1998) Unknown Roommate of Eddie McDonough.
Susan Sawyer[45] Graduated Girlfriend of Bryan Broyd who was the roommate of Eddie McDonough.
Gigi Martin[7] Chamber #1 (October 2002) Expelled Formerly at Empire State University, sought to promote peaceful relationships between humans and mutants, made up of both, several killed when Alex’s powers exploded out of control.
Walter Schmidt-Crane[7] Unknown Chamber's roommate; on exchange program with the Xavier Institute.
Patrick O'Keefe[7] Unknown Member of on-campus mutant group, Magnetic North
Amber McIntosh[7] Enrolled Mutant, may have been depowered.
Kovalski Twins Chamber #2 (November 2002) Unknown Bodyguards to Gigi Martin.
Alexis "Alex" Madden[7] Deceased Formerly at Empire State University, sought to promote peaceful relationships between humans and mutants, made up of both, several killed when Alex’s powers exploded out of control.
Christine "Christie" McDermott Emma Frost #13
(September 2004)
Enrolled Of Jack and Jill, former roommate of Emma Frost, briefly dated Ian Kendall, assaulted by him while he was controlled by Astrid Bloom, pressed charges against him, but forced to act like she was psycho/obsessed with him by Emma to clear Ian.
Holly Gillis[46] Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 3 #18 (October 2004) Graduated Former Empire State University art student, she formerly dated Hector Ayala.
Max Devreaux[47] Emma Frost #14 (October 2004) Expelled Briefly dated Emma Frost, forced to assault her by Astrid Bloom, suspended.
Kai McNamara[47] Enrolled Student of Professor Mason.
Anita Shannon[47] Enrolled Student of Professor Mason.
Astrid Bloom[6] Unknown Manipulated her own sister to kill their parents after they began neglecting her; manipulated Emma Frost to turn her against humanity.
Adam Blackveil Avengers Vol. 5 #3 (March 2013) Enrolled An artificial human created by Ex Nihilo. Adopted the identity of Adam Blackveil to accompany Kevin.
Kevin Conner Avengers Vol. 5 #7 (May 2013) Enrolled Becomes Starbrand during the White Event. Enrolls into ESU after accidentally destroying his old college.
Imani Greene Starbrand & Nightmask #1 (February 2016) Enrolled Youth activist from a young age. Heavily scarred, but is Kevin's object of affection and friend.
Kenneth "Kenny Kong" McFarlane Enrolled Friend of Kevin and Adam. Knows their identities, but keeps it to himself.
Krysta Brown Enrolled Friend of Kevin and Adam. Is attracted to the latter.
Shelly Conklin Starbrand & Nightmask #2 (March 2016) Enrolled Friend of Kevin and Adam. Is attracted to the former.

Graduates/Alumni[edit]

Character First Appearance Status Description
Dr. Bradley Bolton[48] Amazing Spider-Man #153 (February 1976) Deceased Co-creator of the WHO computer; sacrificed life protecting daughter from Paine, who wanted information on WHO.
Phillip Chang[49] Amazing Spider-Man #184 (September 1978) Graduated Took vow of peace, assaulted by White Dragon II. Skilled martial artist.
Chip Lockley[50] Amazing Spider-Man Annual #25 (September 1991) Deceased Partnered with Ethan Albright in Agro-Lab, attempted to develop plant growth accelerator, slain by Carnage.
Ethan Albright[50] Amazing Spider-Man Annual #25 (September 1991) Graduated Agro-Lab, partnered with Chip Lockley in project to accelerate plant growth.
Roger Hochberg[51] Amazing Spider-Man #223 (December 1981) Graduated Friend of Peter Parker, dated Mia Carrerra, encountered Red Ghost and Super-Apes.
Steve Hopkins Peter Parker, Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 2 #30 (November 1979) Graduated With Peter Parker, biophysics major, practical joker.
Marcy Kane[52] Peter Parker, Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 2 #32 (July 1979) Graduated Is really a Contraxian named Kaina, posed as science grad student at Empire State University, former lover of Jack of Hearts, friend and co-worker of Peter Parker.
Chip Martin Peter Parker, Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 2 #36 (November 1979) Graduated Became the villain Schizoid Man. Tried to reform.
Carlos Munoz[50] Amazing Spider-Man #351 (September 1991) Graduated Assisted in Nuform experiments for Roxxon.
Peter Parker (Spider-Man)[12] Amazing Fantasy #15
(August 1962)
Graduated The Amazing Spider-Man. Briefly left ESU, but returned to graduate.

In other media[edit]

Television[edit]

  • In Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends, the university is sometimes shown as Empire State University and sometimes shown as Eastern State University.
  • In Spider-Man, Peter Parker is a college student and attends Empire State University, as does Debra Whitman and Michael Morbius. Also, Dr. Curt Connors is a professor there.
  • Spider-man: The New Animated Series - Peter Parker, Harry Osborn, and Mary Jane Watson are college students at Empire State University.
  • Empire State university is featured in The Spectacular Spider-Man as the college where Eddie Brock attends and works as a lab assistant under Dr. Curt Connors and Martha Connors (just like in the Ultimate comics). In Season 2, Miles Warren joins the scientific staff and becomes a professor just like in the comics.

Films[edit]

Video games[edit]

  • In the game Spider-Man 2: The Sinister Six, Doctor Octopus kidnaps Aunt May and holds her hostage in the university.
  • In the game adaptions of Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2, the Empire State Building can be seen and visited. In both games this building is the highest point in the game but in the Ultimate Spider-Man game both the building and university can be visited.
  • In The Incredible Hulk (2008), the subplot with Samuel Sterns at ESU is adapted from the film that the game is based on. Empire State University is also a marked location on the game's map screen, one of many that the player must destroy to earn certain collectible items.
  • Empire State University appears in Marvel: Avengers Alliance.

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