|First appearance||Web of Spider-Man #98 (March, 1993)|
|Created by||Terry Kavanagh (writer), Alex Saviuk, Derek Yaniger (co-artists)|
|Base(s)||mansion on the outskirts of NYC|
Fictional team biography
After the fall of the Kingpin, the New Enforcers were one of the groups contesting for control of the remains of his empire. Their main adversary was Spider-Man, but they also contended with Blood Rose, a.k.a. Richard Fisk, son of the Kingpin. The New Enforcers consisted of a hired task-force referred to as the Outer Circle, and a secret Inner Circle who were the actual schemers.
The New Enforcers debuted by hiring the Foreigner to assassinate Blood Rose. Blood Rose survived the attack, so the New Enforcers trashed the Foreigner's office to cover their trail. Donning his grey spider-armor, Spider-Man trailed them back to their mansion hideout, where he arrived to find Blood Rose already in battle with the Outer Circle of the New Enforcers. The Outer Circle was defeated and taken away by the police.
The Inner Circle was then shown gloating in secret that the Outer Circle had taken the fall, leaving the Inner Circle to take over the criminal underworld.
The following make up the New Enforcers' inner circle and serve as the actual schemers of the group:
The following villains serve as the task force for the New Enforcers' inner circle:
- Dragon Man
- Eel (Lavell)
- Super-Adaptoid (Brannex)
In other media
- In The Spectacular Spider-Man episode "Probable Cause," the New Enforcers name was used for the powered-up Enforcers with Montana as Shocker, Fancy Dan as Ricochet, and Ox keeping his name.
- The New Enforcers appeared in the Spider-Man: Web of Fire video game for the Sega 32X. In the game they were hired by the terrorist group HYDRA to finish off Spider-Man.
- Web of Spider-Man #99
- Web of Spider-Man #98
- Web of Spider-Man #100
- New Enforcers at the Appendix to the Handbook of the Marvel Universe