Roxxon Energy Corporation

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Roxxon Energy Corporation
Publication information
PublisherMarvel Comics
First appearanceCaptain America #180 (December 1974)
Created bySteve Englehart (writer)
Sal Buscema (artist)
In-story information
Type of businessPetroleum company
Base(s)Various locations
See: Members section

Roxxon Energy Corporation (also known as Roxxon, formerly known as Roxxon Oil Company) is the name of a fictional massive petroleum industrial conglomerate in the Marvel Universe appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

The company is depicted as having been run by various executives who are typically ready and eager to use any underhanded and illegal option to secure their profits, up to and including violence. As such, they are a consistent opponent of the superheroes, such as Iron Man and Captain America.[1]

The Roxxon Corporation has appeared in various media adaptations in many television shows and films set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Publication history[edit]

Roxxon Energy Corporation first appeared in Captain America #180 (December 1974), and was created by Steve Englehart and Sal Buscema.

Fictional company history[edit]

The company was formed as the Republic Oil and Gas Company, by wealthy oil tycoon Alexander Jones in 1932. By 1933, the company was a small business selling oil engineered after being bought by other companies. Eventually in 1937, Jones (who was serving as chairman at the time) ordered the digging of 1,000 acres of land in southern Indiana. It discovered massive oil amounts and sold the oil to other gas stations and petroleum companies, effectively making it a powerful oil company, turning Jones into a multi-millionaire.

This fictional company has encountered numerous superheroes.

"The Iron Age" storyline revealed that agents of Roxxon Oil (then known as Republic Oil and Gas) had killed Howard Stark and Maria Stark. Roxxon has also regularly been at odds with Project Pegasus regarding energy sources as the latter has been involved with alternative energy research that could hurt Roxxon's oil profitability.

The Roxxon conglomerate's central division is Roxxon Oil. The company currently wholly owns the Kronas Corporation and the Metrobank. The Brand Corporation is another for-profit company that has specialized in creating superhumans; while Brand is usually considered a subsidiary of Roxxon, it has sometimes made its own decisions and acted independently.

Roxxon has its own army-like security task force, and has employed a number of special agents, many of whom it has given superhuman abilities.

Hugh Jones (Alexander's son) had been arrested several times but has never been convicted to date. As of this time, the Roxxon Oil Company rebranded itself as Roxxon Energy Corporation.

In the miniseries Great Lakes Avengers, a character named the Grasshopper was introduced. Real name Douglas Taggert, he was an employee of Roxxon, wearing a suit of cybernetic armor themed like a grasshopper and developed by them to defend the company. Seconds after accepting an invitation to join the GLA, he was killed by a villain named Zaran the Weapons Master.

In the GLX-Mas Special storyline, Killer Shrike (a former employee of Roxxon) attempts to steal "Project Z" from the company, but he is stopped by a new Grasshopper that defeats the villain. He dies mere minutes later after activating the suit's maximum jump, which launched him into space.

When the Red Skull was within Aleksander Lukin's body, the villain has used the former Soviet General's powerful Kronas Corporation and the Cosmic Cube in order to buy out Roxxon.

In Dark Reign: New Nation, Roxxon Oil operative Anton Aubuisson massacres a tribe of Anuquit natives in order to build an oil pipeline, but their efforts are thwarted by War Machine.

Roxxon Energy is shown to previously have a mining operation on Mars, but (due to unexplained circumstances) halted the operation and erased all traces of everyone involved.[2][3]

Roxxon Energy Corporation (alongside Alchemax and Hammer Industries) was mentioned in a conversation between Spider-Man and the Human Torch to have once tried to bid on the renovated Baxter Building only to be outbid by Parker Industries.[4]

Roxxon later goes on an archaeological expedition to find a Wendigo. When the Ur-Wendigo attacks a scientist named Dr. Ella Stirling, she is saved by Weapon H. Though Roxxon takes an interest in Weapon H.[5] In order for Roxxon to obtain the services of Weapon H, Dario Agger sends Brood-infected creatures and a Roxxon-created spawn of the Man-Thing to defeat him.[6] When Dario gets Clayton, Sonia Sung, Dr. Stirling, the Brood-infected human Blake, and Roxxon's Man-Thing to hear him out, he states that Roxxon is wanting to obtain extraterrestrial resources, leading him to show the group a portal to an extra-dimensional region that has magic enough to power the planet for 1 million years. However, the monsters on the other side of the portal want to kill every human. Sonia advises Clayton to deal with the threat as he transforms into Weapon H.[7] This portal was created by accident and leads to Weirdworld where the shapeshifting Skrullduggers are among the creatures that emerge from the portal to kill humans. When some of them do, Weapon H fights them with help from Blake and the Man-Thing spawn as Captain America joins the fight.[8] It was mentioned by Dario in his discussion with Captain America that Roxxon has made agreements with the governing entities that they would not be stepping on anyone's toes, while also stating that the M.M.R.E.A. makes sure that the cross-dimensional mining does not harm any indigenous creatures, which was co-signed by seven multinational corporations, 112 Earth-based nations, 2,334 interstellar civilizations, and 15 divine entities, with the agreement also involving the fight against invasive species. Captain America advises Weapon H to take up Dario's offer so that he can be Captain America's soldier on the inside. 10 minutes later, Weapon H and Dario discovered that Blake and the Man-Thing spawn had help in defeating the Skrullduggers by Korg.[9] When Weapon H's group were captured by the Inaku upon their arrival, their member, Protector Hara, blamed Roxxon for unleashing the Skrullduggers, who have been on Weirdworld longer than Roxxon. When Weapon H, Angel, and Blake make their way to the Roxxon outpost and meet the three engineers and the six soldiers taking refuge inside, they learn from Dr. Carrie Espinoza that they have harnessed the magic that would help reverse global warming and end world hunger. Weapon H discovers that the magic that they are harvesting is coming from Morgan le Fay.[10]

Dario Agger and Roxxon collaborate with Baron Zemo in a plan to make the HYDRA-occupied Bagalia be recognized as an independent nation by having Mandarin in his Tem Borjigem alias be the public face for Bagalia.[11]

During the "War of the Realms" storyline, Minotaur leads Roxxon's forces to take over Antarctica.[12]


  • Brand Corporation - A scientific research and development firm which has conducted many projects for the federal government. The Brand Corporation also worked in robotics and interdimensional exploration.[13]
  • Cybertek Systems Inc. - A cybernetic research division of Roxxon that serves as its prosthetic and robotics facility. It was later enhanced to reverse-engineer the Deathlok cyborg.[14]
  • Kronas Corporation - A company that was founded by Aleksander Lukin.[15]
  • Metrobank - [16]



  • Pierce Benedict - Director of seagoing operations.[17]
  • Douglas Bravner - Sunturion Project executive.[18]
  • August D'Angelo - Chairman of the Board of Directors.[19]
  • Jonas "Jonah" Hale - Director of Research.[20] He is also the former chief operations director of Republic Oil and Natural Gas.
  • Samuel Higgins - The Facility Director in Denver.[21] He utilized James Hudson as a power source following his return from Quwrlln. Samuel later recruited Madison Jeffries to assist Windshear on a mission and also presided over the facility developing Omega-32, which was raided by the Beetle.
  • Henry Mason - Vice-President of Roxxon Energy Corporation.[22]
  • Carrington Pax - Executive in Roxxon Energy Corporation's West Coast division.[23]
  • Huck Petrie - Negotiator of the Roxxon Energy Corporation.[24]
  • Brian Sagar - Vice-President of the Roxxon Energy Corporation.
  • Mike Tappan - Associate director of Roxxon Energy Corporation's Los Angeles division.[23]
  • Minotaur / Dario Agger - The new CEO of Roxxon. His ultimate goal is to use Roxxon to bleed Earth dry of its natural resources and then move on to other worlds, which leads him into conflict with both the original and the female Thor.[25][26]

Former executives[edit]

  • Clayton Burr - Vice President for Roxxon's international development.[27] He supervised Cybertek.
  • Brandon Chambers - Executive of Roxxon.[28] He sponsored his brother Phillip's DNA experiments, not realizing that their other brother Mitchell was the subject.
  • Mr. Clarkson - Vice President of Roxxon's Texas division.[29] He was killed by Crossbones.[30]
  • Ian Forbes - Director of Roxxon's Belfast facility.[31]
  • Calvin Halderman - President of Roxxon.[32]
  • Curtis Henshaw - Executive of the R&D section at Roxxon's Bolivian facility.[33]
  • Jerome K. "Jerry" Jaxon - Associate Vice President of Special Developments.[34]
  • Hugh Jones - Owner, President, and CEO of Roxxon Energy Corporation.[35]
  • Alexander Hugh Jones - The founder and first chairman of the company, father of Hugh.
  • John T. Gamelin - Director of Foreign Operations.[36] He was later the President of Roxxon Energy Corporation.[37]
  • Don Kaminski - President of Roxxon Energy Corporation.[38]
  • Simon Krieger - Vice President of Roxxon's Republic Oil & Natural Gas.[39]
  • Linden Laswell - Executive of Roxxon's Latveria project.[40]
  • Jonathan Darque (Magma) - Project head of Roxxon's division in Temple Corners, VA.[41]
  • Terence Gerard - [33]
  • Michael Brady - Executive of Roxxon's Chemical Division.[42]
  • Reuben Kincaid - Executive of Roxxon Energy Corporation. He was murdered by Michael Brady.[42]
  • Aleksander Lukin - Owner of Roxxon Energy Corporation. Killed by Sharon Carter.[43]


  • Bill - Helicopter pilot for Roxxon's Long Island division.
  • Carson - A security operative.
  • Chester - A floating oil refinery worker for Roxxon Oil.
  • Chief Compton - Supervisor of Roxxon's underground NYC facility.[44]
  • Larry Curtiss - A security operative.[45]
  • Davis - A scientist who is an assistant to Jonas Harrow.
  • Delvecchio - Member of Roxxon's underground NYC facility.[44]
  • Jim Dworman - Former Cybertek programmer. He was in charge of Cybertek's shutdown.[46]
  • Gail - Secretary to Carrington Pax.
  • Gordon - Member of Roxxon's underground NYC facility.[44]
  • Grist - Member of Roxxon's underground NYC facility security.
  • Jake - A security guard at Roxxon's Denver division.[47]
  • Joe - A floating oil refinery worker.
  • Juan - An executive assistant to Hale in Roxxon's San Francisco division.
  • Ms. Loring - A scientist under Hale and participator in the Nuform project.
  • Missy - A Roxxon agent.[45]
  • Patrick Nestor - Roxxon's company spokesman.[48]
  • Dr. Malachi Oz - A scientist.[49]
  • Riki - A boardroom chair at One Roxxon Plaza.[50]
  • Cindy Shelton - Roxxon's lead researcher.
  • "Agger" - An assistant to Huck Petrie.[24]
  • Raymond Sikorski - A recruiter with Roxxon Blackridge.[51]
  • Miss Simpkins - A secretary at Hydropolis.[50]
  • Walter - An executive assistant to President Gamelin.[36]
  • Jillan Woods (Sepulchre) - An agent for Roxxon Blackridge.[52]
  • Chief Wyngard - Roxxon's underground NYC facility supervisor.[44]
  • Michael Thomas - A sleeper agent working at Stark International.[53]
  • Alvie Walton - Member at Roxxon's Snow Valley service station.[54]
  • Ulik - Originally hired by Dario Agger to help level Broxton, hired to be a consultant on the "Inter-Realm Investment Division".[55]

Former staff[edit]

  • Cary Albertson - A scientist on the bio-chip project at Roxxon's Sault Ste. Marie facility.
  • Babs Bendix - A secretary.[18]
  • Blair - An agent of Roxxon.[56]
  • Kenneth H. Bradley - A covert operative and former Brand security member.[38]
  • Phillip Chambers - A Roxxon scientist.
  • Milica Radanovic - A Roxxon scientist specializing in isotope gas chromotography and as mentioned by Mrs. Haggert.
  • Abner Doolittle - An Nth Command scientist.
  • Roberta "Bobbie" Haggert - A scientist on Roxxon's Omega-32 project.[47] She was assassinated by the Scourge.[57]
  • Seth Hanks - A child savant and unwilling employee of Roxxon.[58]
  • Paul Hazlett - A scientist.[59]
  • Dan Jermain (Danger Man) - A former security inspector for Roxxon.[60]
  • Kelly - A security guard at Roxxon's underground NYC facility.
  • Kristy - An assistant to Mr. Clarkson.[29] She was murdered by Sin and Crossbones.
  • Lewis - A security guard at Roxxon's underground NYC facility.
  • Alexander Lipton - A scientist.[56] He was murdered.
  • Mischa and Yuri - Roxxon's biochemists.[61]
  • Moyer - An agent of Roxxon.[56]
  • Duncan O'Neill - A mole within MI-5: British Secret Agent 003.[31]
  • Dr. Karl Clark - One of the lead engineers of the company. Died in 1987 from lung cancer after being exposed to radiation while working in one of Roxxon's plants.
  • Schroeder - A security guard at Roxxon's underground NYC facility.
  • Jack Rollins - A sleeper agent for Nick Fury.[62]
  • Steve - A security guard at Long Island Research Complex.[63]


  • Delphine Courtney - An assistant to Jerry Jaxon.[64]
  • Cypress - An assassin.[61] He targeted Mikhail and Yuri, but was opposed by Meggan and Shadowcat.
  • Dogs of War[65] - Agents of Simon Krueger who assisted in the attempted defamation of Tony Stark.
    • Afghan -
    • Bulldog -
    • Doberman -
    • Greyhound -
    • Labrador -
    • Mastiff -
    • Rottweiler -
    • Shepherd -
    • Wolfhound -
  • Douglas Taggert (Grasshopper) - Armored security.[66]
  • Neil Shelton (Grasshopper) - Armored security.[67]
  • Simon Maddicks (Killer Shrike) - Bodyguard of Brand's Jersey branch leader James Melvin.[59]
  • Manticore - He original worked under Brand Corp.[68]
  • Jason Quartermaster - A superhuman scientist.[33] He worked for Rand-Meachum and was a double agent for Roxxon. He was knocked into his own universal solvent by Luke Cage.
  • Saboteur - An armored agent.[39] She acted as an agent of Republic Oil and Natural Gas in an attempt to sabotage Stark Industries, but she was defeated by Iron Man. She would later be killed by the Grim Reaper.[69]
  • Serpent Squad[70] -
  • S.H.I.E.L.D. Mandroids -
  • Sandy Vincent (Stratosfire) - Roxxon's superhuman secretary.[18] She was empowered in a similar manner to Sunturion but acted as a hero to improve Roxxon's public image. She was killed by Sunturion activating Roxxon's Zed Control Unit within her armour.[18]
  • Colin Ashworthe Hume (Windshear) - An enhanced mutant.[21]
  • Ogre, Razor Wire and Lightning Fist - Three costumed operatives protecting the company's interests on the island nation of Taino in the Caribbean Sea. They are consumed and destroyed by a mutated zombie virus, and the airborne virus reconstructs their bodies into a skeletal being, which is later destroyed by the Man-Thing.[72]
  • Strikeforce B.E.R.S.E.R.K.E.R. - A small platoon of Roxxon's most elite of elite special forces strictly loyal to the company and its shady designs. After hearing Loki's tale, Darrio, head of Roxxon Corp., had them drink blood from the heart of a burning dragon, turning them into mystical Hulk-like creatures with strength, toughness and a warrior's fury comparable to both gods and monsters.[73]

Hired agents[edit]

Other versions[edit]

Amalgam Comics[edit]

Roxxon exists in the Amalgam Universe and is similar to the main Roxxon.[82]

Roxxon 2099[edit]

Roxxon is still going strong in the alternate future of 2099 and is one of the major corporations.[83]

Transformers UK[edit]

Roxxon exists in the Transformers 120185 reality. Professor Peter Anthony Morris was working for them in Oregon, where he came up with the theory that the Transformers were controlled by oil tycoon G.B. Blackrock. He accidentally kills a Roxxon security guard.

Ultimate Marvel[edit]

The Ultimate Marvel version of the Roxxon Corporation is responsible for various immoral activities and is led by Roxxon Corporation's inept heir Donald Roxxon. Elijah Stern discovered a way to use vibranium as a power source for the company, but gets fired so Roxxon could get all the credit. This led to villains Vulture, Killer Shrike and Omega Red being sent to harass Donald.[84] Herman Schultz had gotten a hold of design weapons for Roxxon before Schultz's employment termination.[85]

The Roxxon Corporation later got a hold to a sample of the Venom Symbiote which was targeted by the Beetle. When the original Spider-Man fought the Beetle and the vial containing the sample broke, the sample was rendered worthless.[86]

During the Ultimate Enemy storyline, Roxxon Corporation's compound was destroyed by a bio-mass that was secretly created by Reed Richards.[87]

Following the Ultimate Mystery storyline, Roxxon Corporation assembles their personal Roxxon Brain Trust consisting of Doctor Octopus, Dr. Arnim Zola III, Dr. Layla Miller, Misty Knight, Dr. Samuel Sterns (depicted as a Hulk/Leader hybrid) and Dr. Nathaniel Essex.[88] The Roxxon Brain Trust was charged with the duty of figuring out the attack that was done to the Baxter Building. Roxxon Corporation was then attacked by the same entity that crushed the entire building.[89]

The Roxxon Corporation secretly used guinea pigs in experiments as super-soldiers (i.e. Bombshell, Spider-Woman, and Cloak and Dagger), as well as an experiment to restore the Venom Symbiote, which gets stolen by Roxxon's biochemist Dr. Conrad Markus.[90] When the new Spider-Man and a group of amateur superheroes all realize they're guinea pigs/super-soldiers as part of a way of outdoing Norman Osborn, Donald is personally defeated by Spider-Man and was arrested by S.H.I.E.L.D. agents.[91]

In other media[edit]


Marvel Cinematic Universe[edit]

Roxxon was featured in four films and five television shows that take place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.



  • Roxxon has been alluded to in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. In "Repairs", a Roxxon-branded gas station in Batesville, Utah is briefly visible in the opening scene. It was destroyed by Tobias Ford when the clerk Taylor threatened Hannah Hutchins (a StatiCorp safety inspector who was blamed for the explosion at StatiCorp's Particle Acceleration Complex that Tobias had caused). In "T.R.A.C.K.S.", Roxxon's Cybertek division is featured supplying Ian Quinn with the Project Deathlok leg to be placed on Mike Peterson. In "Ragtag", Roxxon subsidiaries, the Brand Corporation and the Metrobank, are name-dropped in filing cabinets maintained by Cybertek through which Agent Phil Coulson is browsing. It was shown that Cybertek was behind Project Deathlok where John Garrett was classified in the Project Deathlok files as Subject 0. Coulson and Agent Melinda May end up stealing the entire file cabinet with information on Project Deathlok.[94] In "Beginning of the End", the Cybertek Manufacturing Facility's director Kyle Zeller (portrayed by Josh Daugherty) introduces a new employee to the job at the Cybertek systems, showing their control over the team of soldiers ready to take on Coulson's team in Havana, Cuba. Following the Deathlok soldiers' defeat, Garrett and Hydra push ahead with their plans causing Coulson's team to storm the Cybertek Manufacturing Facility. While Agents Coulson and Antoine Triplett fight the Deathlok soldiers in an armored truck, Agents Skye and May infiltrate the Cybertek Manufacturing Facility and take Zeller hostage using the intended effect of which gives the super-soldiers new orders to abandon Coulson and protect Garrett. Skye later finds Hydra's hold on Zeller where there is a holding area where Hydra is holding Zeller's wife as well as Ace Peterson whom Skye manages to free. In "The Good Samaritan", it is revealed that Roxxon had acquired Isodyne Energy in 1952. In "Principia", it is revealed that Roxxon's Cybertek division was shut down following Garrett's defeat and that ex-S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy student Tony Caine used a motive similar to Operation Paperclip to fake the deaths of the scientists who were coerced into working for Hydra at Cybertek and signed their death certificates under the alias Murray Jacobson. One scientist (Joseph Getty) was approached by Alphonse McKenzie and Caine about the Gravitonium's location that Hydra had him be the chief researcher of.[95]
  • Roxxon is alluded to in the Agent Carter live action series. In "Now is Not the End", a refinery owned by Roxxon Oil Corporation is shown as the location where Howard Stark's destructive Nitramene chemical is being made by Leviathan servants in collaboration with Roxxon employee Miles Van Ert (portrayed by James Urbaniak). Peggy Carter managed to infiltrate the building, getting the first hint from Leviathan operative Leet Brannis. The Roxxon Refinery was destroyed by the Nitramene's implosion where the vacuum that followed left the building, some vehicles, and parts of the road into a large ball. In "Bridge and Tunnel", Roxxon Oil Corporation's president Hugh Jones had a meeting with Deputy Director Roger Dooley and Agent Jack Thompson of the Strategic Scientific Reserve (S.S.R.) regarding the explosion. It was concluded that whoever was responsible would emit Vita-Rays as Jones knew about the Nitramene formula through corporate espionage in Stark Industries. They scanned the Roxxon employees which led to Van Ert's arrest after Peggy's interception during Dooley and Thompson's chase. In "A View in the Dark", Jones appears as a member of the Council of Nine representing Roxxon; Hugh and Thomas Gloucester tell Calvin Chadwick that the Isodyne Program should be shut down after recent events and that Calvin should focus on a senatorial campaign. In "The Atomic Job", Peggy had to infiltrate Roxxon's branch in Los Angeles, California to look for a key to one of Roxxon's facilities where some atomic bombs were being held. As Jones kept remembering Peggy, Peggy had to keep using the Memory Inhibitor on Jones until Peggy found the key in Hugh's belt. Later on, Peggy alongside Edwin Jarvis and the S.S.R. members had to infiltrate the Roxxon facility to steal some rods from within two atomic bombs where they had to compete with Whitney Frost's group to get to the objects first.
  • Roxxon is alluded to in the live-action Daredevil series. In "Nelson v. Murdock", a flashback shows Matt Murdock and Foggy Nelson interning at Landman & Zack who are suing a man who developed cancer while working for Roxxon's plant, claiming he revealed proprietary secrets.[96] In "Kinbaku", Elektra Natchios breaks into their systems to gain information. It is later revealed that Roxxon is associated with The Hand.
  • Roxxon is alluded to in the live-action Iron Fist series. In "Felling Tree with Roots", Harold Meachum informs his son that The Hand were using Roxxon to move Madame Gao's drug supply.
  • Roxxon appears in the first season of the live action Cloak & Dagger series. Nathan Bowen was a worker at Roxxon Gulf Platform. Nathan gets a call about what's happening at Roxxon Gulf Platform, telling the person on the call's other end to shut the oil rig down. Roxxon Gulf Rig collapses which causes energies to be released, playing a part in Tandy Bowen and Tyrone Johnson getting superhuman abilities.[97] Roxxon's Chief Executive of Risk Management is revealed to be Peter Scarborough (portrayed by Wayne Péré), a greedy man who was responsible for Nathan's defaming. Tandy herself meets employee Mina Hess (portrayed by Ally Maki) who is an environmentalist.[98] Her father Ivan Hess (portrayed by Tim Kang) was a partner of Nathan who had become catatonic and was hospitalized since the Roxxon Gulf Platform collapsed.[99] Ivan is eventually cured of the trauma by Tyrone and Tandy and is reunited with Mina.[100] Tandy and Mina later confront Scarborough who reveals that he was well aware of the energy hiding underneath Roxxon Gulf Platform and had hired an assassin known as Ashlie (portrayed by Vanessa Motta) to dispose of anyone who got too close. Eventually, Tandy's powers put Scarborough in the same catatonic state as Ivan once was in and is later found by Ashlie.[101]
  • Roxxon is alluded in Marvel's Runaways. Roxxon's sign appears on a building in the episode "Past Life" stating that Roxxon's Hollywood offices will be opening soon.

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