Saturday, May 7, 2016

Creator credits for Captain America: Civil War (2016)

Welcome! A new Marvel super hero film has arrived and, per usual, I've been digging through elements of the film to see where they came from in the comics. You can find links to all of my lists on this page.
Stan Lee: co-creator of Spider-Man, Peter Parker, a teenage super hero garbed in red and blue with a red webbing design, spider emblem on chest and lenses in his mask; Spider-Man swinging around on webbing fired from his web-shooters and climbing up walls; Spider-Man motivated to use his powers to help others; Peter's aunt May Parker, who is not aware of Peter's double life (Amazing Fantasy #15, 1962); of Spider-Man's spider-signal flashlight (Amazing Spider-Man #3, 1963); of the Black Widow's red hair, black bodysuit, Widow's Bite wrist weapon and carrying explosives (Amazing Spider-Man #86, 1970); of the Avengers, a team of super heroes including Thor, Hulk & Iron Man; the Avengers battling Loki (Avengers #1, 1963); of Tony Stark providing the Avengers with their headquarters (Avengers #2, 1963); of Captain America frozen in ice during World War 2, revived in contemporary times, has difficulty adjusting; Bucky's seeming death during the War; Captain America joining the Avengers (Avengers #4, 1964); of Captain America throwing his shield so that it ricochets and returns to his hand (Avengers #5, 1964); of Zemo, an enemy to Captain America and the Avengers (Avengers #6, 1964); of Hawkeye and the Scarlet Witch as members of the Avengers; Captain America as the Avengers leader (Avengers #16, 1965); of the Falcon, alias Sam Wilson, a costumed African-American hero who is friends with Captain America; of Redwing, the Falcon's small winged companion (Captain America #117, 1969); of the extraterrestrial Skrulls, from whom the Chitauri were derived (Fantastic Four #2, 1962); of Wakanda, a remote African nation largely cut off from outsiders; T'Challa, king of Wakanda, a man with cat-like senses who wears the masked identity of the Black Panther (Fantastic Four #52, 1966); of Vibranium, a rare metal found in Wakanda with unusual, unpredictable properties; King T'Chaka, the aged father of T'Challa and king of Wakanda until he was murdered; of the Wakandans worshiping black panthers (Fantastic Four #53, 1966); of the giant statues of black panthers which adorn Wakanda (Fantastic Four #54, 1966); of the Hulk, a massive, brutish creature with superhuman strength; General Thaddeus Ross, a military officer who is an enemy of the Hulk (Incredible Hulk #1, 1962); of the Hulk colored green (Incredible Hulk #2, 1962); of the Hulk traveling vast distances by leaping (Incredible Hulk #3, 1962); of Thor, Norse god of thunder (Journey into Mystery #83, 1962); of Loki, Thor's evil brother (Journey into Mystery#85, 1962); of S.H.I.E.L.D., an international espionage agency; the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier, their mobile headquarters designed like a flying battleship; the enemy group and secret society Hydra with their "Hail Hydra" salute (Strange Tales #135, 1965); of the Hydra insignia, a skull atop octopus arms (Strange Tales #151, 1966); of Tony Stark, a wealthy industrialist who wears Iron Man armor which grants him superhuman strength, flight and other devices (Tales of Suspense #39, 1963); of Iron Man's armor being gold; of Iron Man's unibeam in the center of his chestplate (Tales of Suspense #40, 1963); of Pepper Potts, Tony Stark's secretary and romantic interest; Stark Industries, Tony's technology company (Tales of Suspense #45, 1963); of Iron Man wearing red and gold armor (Tales of Suspense #48, 1963); of the Black Widow, Natasha Romanoff, a spy who encounters Iron Man (Tales of Suspense #52, 1964); of Hawkeye, an expert marksman who wields trick arrows (such as explosive arrows and cable line arrows) and has a personal relationship with the Black Widow; Iron Man's chief weapon, repulsor rays (Tales of Suspense#57, 1964); Agent 13, a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and love interest to Captain America; of Peggy Carter, an intelligence operative and wartime love interest of Captain America (Tales of Suspense#75, 1966); of Captain America's shield being indestructible (Tales of Suspense #93, 1967); of Agent 13's real name Sharon Carter; Captain America romantically involved with Sharon (Tales of Suspense #95, 1967); of Black Panther meeting Captain America during a struggle against Zemo and ultimately becoming his ally (Tales of Suspense #97, 1968); of Henry Pym, a scientist who develops a chemical formula which can shrink people in size (Tales to Astonish #27, 1962); of Ant-Man, the costumed identity begun byHenry Pym wherein he wore a protective red and black costume with size-changing capsules on his belt and a helmet which helped him communicate with ants; Ant-Manreceiving heightened strength by shrinking in size (Tales to Astonish #35, 1962); of Pym's nickname "Hank" (Tales to Astonish #47, 1963); of Ant-Man modifying his powers to increase his size, transforming himself into an enormous, super-strong Giant-Man (Tales to Astonish #49, 1963); of the Scarlet Witch, a woman from eastern Europe with vaguely-defined powers which alter reality
Jack Kirby: co-creator of the Avengers, a team of super heroes including Thor, Hulk & Iron Man who fought Loki (Avengers #1, 1963); of Tony Stark providing the Avengers with their headquarters (Avengers #2, 1963); of Captain America frozen in ice during World War 2, revived in contemporary times, has difficulty adjusting; Bucky's seeming death during the War; Captain America joining the Avengers (Avengers #4, 1964); of Captain America throwing his shield so that it ricochets and returns to his hand (Avengers #5, 1964); of Zemo, an enemy to Captain America and the Avengers (Avengers #6, 1964); of Hawkeye and the Scarlet Witch as members of the Avengers; Captain America as the Avengers leader (Avengers #16, 1965); of Captain America, Steve Rogers, who wears a red, white and blue costume with 'A' on forehead and stars & stripes on his chest; of James Buchanan "Bucky" Barnes, Steve's friend and partner who joins him in battle (Captain America Comics #1, 1941); of Captain America's round, red and white shield with star in its center; Captain America's mask fastened to his costume (Captain America Comics #2, 1941); of the Skrulls, extraterrestrial invaders from whom the Chitauri were derived (Fantastic Four #2, 1962); of Wakanda, a remote African nation largely cut off from outsiders; T'Challa, king of Wakanda, a man with cat-like senses who wears the masked identity of the Black Panther (Fantastic Four #52, 1966); of Vibranium, a rare metal found in Wakanda with unusual, unpredictable properties; King T'Chaka, the aged father of T'Challa and king of Wakanda until he was murdered; of the Wakandans worshiping black panthers (Fantastic Four #53, 1966); of the giant statues of black panthers which adorn Wakanda (Fantastic Four #54, 1966); of the Hulk, a massive, brutish creature with superhuman strength; General Thaddeus Ross, a military officer who is an enemy of the Hulk (Incredible Hulk #1, 1962); of the Hulk having green skin (Incredible Hulk #2, 1962); of the Hulk traveling vast distances by leaping (Incredible Hulk #3, 1962); of Thor, Asgardian god of thunder (Journey into Mystery #83, 1962); of Loki, Thor's evil brother (Journey into Mystery#85, 1962); of the Vision, a green-garbed man in a cape (Marvel Mystery Comics #13, 1940); of S.H.I.E.L.D., an international espionage agency; the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier, their mobile headquarters designed like a flying battleship; the enemy secret society group Hydra; the "Hail Hydra" salute (Strange Tales#135, 1965); of the Hydra insignia, a skull atop octopus arms (Strange Tales #151, 1966); of Tony Stark, a wealthy industrialist who wears Iron Man armor, granting him superhuman strength, flight and other gadgets (Tales of Suspense #39, 1963); of Iron Man wearing gold armor; unibeam in the center of Iron Man's armor (Tales of Suspense #40, 1963); of Iron Man's armour coloured red & gold (Tales of Suspense #48, 1963); of the Black Widow, Natasha Romanoff, a spy (Tales of Suspense #52, 1964); Agent 13, a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and love interest to Captain America; Peggy Carter, intelligence operative and wartime love interest of Captain America (Tales of Suspense#75, 1966); of Captain America's shield being indestructible (Tales of Suspense #93, 1967); of Agent 13's real name Sharon Carter; Captain America romantically involved with Sharon (Tales of Suspense #95, 1967); of Black Panther meeting Captain America during a struggle against Zemo and ultimately becoming his ally (Tales of Suspense #97, 1968); of Henry Pym, a scientist who develops a chemical formula which can shrink people in size (Tales to Astonish #27, 1962); of Ant-Man, the costumed identity originated by Henry Pym wherein he wore a protective red and black costume with size-changing capsules on his belt and wore a helmet which helped him communicate with ants; Ant-Man receiving heightened strength by shrinking in size (Tales to Astonish #35, 1962); of Ant-Man modifying his powers to increase his size, transforming himself into an enormous, super-strong Giant-Man (Tales to Astonish #49, 1963); of the Scarlet Witch, a woman from eastern Europe with vaguely-defined powers which alter reality (X-Men #4, 1964)
Ed Brubaker: co-creator of the Winter Soldier, a legendary Soviet assassin now on the open market, has cybernetic arm (Captain America #1, 2005); of Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes being almost the same age; of Vasily Karpov, a Russian officer who helped program the Winter Soldier (Captain America #5, 2005); of the Winter Soldier undergoing a memory wipe between assignments (Captain America #8, 2005); of the Winter Soldier regaining his memory and going into hiding (Captain America #14, 2006); of Peggy Carter suffering from dementia in her latter years; of Sharon as Peggy's niece (Captain America #49, 2009); of Helmut Zemo drawing out issues from Bucky Barnes' past to use against him (Captain America #606, 2010); of an elderly Peggy Carter dying in her sleep (Captain America #1, 2011); of Captain America wearing a helmet version of his mask with wings painted on the sides (Captain America: Reborn #1, 2009); of Captain America's modified blue/white costume with brown gloves (Secret Avengers #1, 2010); of there being multiple Winter Soldiers created in the Soviet Union (Winter Soldier #1, 2012)
Mark Millar: co-creator of the US government being motivated by recent unfortunate tragedies in superhuman battles to legislate all super heroes; Miriam, a woman whose son died during a super hero altercation, blames Iron Man for his death; Captain America refusing to participate in this law because of fears of it being misused, Iron Man siding with the law (Civil War #1, 2006); of Spider-Man siding with Iron Man against Captain America (Civil War #2, 2006); Iron Man leading his heroes into battle with those who follow Captain America (Civil War #3, 2006); of Captain America breaking super heroes who sided against the law out of Iron Man's prison (Civil War #6, 2006); of the heroes who sided with Captain America becoming vigilantes and refusing to comply with the law, dividing the Avengers in two (Civil War #7, 2007); Iron Man's eyes & unibeam glowing light blue; of the Avengers being overseen by S.H.I.E.L.D. (Ultimates #2, 2002); of Hawkeye's sleeveless costume (Ultimates #7, 2002); of the Chitauri, an extraterrestrial army who battle the Avengers (Ultimates #8, 2002); of Hawkeye married and with three children (Ultimates 2 #2, 2005)
Steve McNiven: creator of image of Captain America blocking Iron Man's repulsor blasts with his shield (Civil War #7, 2007); co-creator of an elderly Peggy Carter dying in her sleep (Captain America #1, 2011); of the US government being motivated by recent unfortunate tragedies in superhuman battles to legislate all super heroes; Miriam, a woman whose son died during a super hero altercation, blames Iron Man for his death; Captain America refusing to participate in this law because of fears of it being misused, Iron Man siding with the law (Civil War #1, 2006); of Spider-Man siding with Iron Man against Captain America (Civil War #2, 2006); Iron Man leading his heroes into battle with those who follow Captain America (Civil War #3, 2006); of Captain America breaking super heroes who sided against the law out of Iron Man's prison (Civil War #6, 2006); of the heroes who sided with Captain America becoming vigilantes and refusing to comply with the law, dividing the Avengers in two (Civil War #7, 2007)
Don Heck: co-creator of the Black Widow as an Avenger (Avengers #111, 1973); of Howard Stark, deceased father of Tony Stark and previous owner of Stark Industries (Iron Man #28, 1970); of Tony Stark, a wealthy industrialist whose Iron Man armor grants superhuman strength, flight and special weapons (Tales of Suspense #39, 1963); of Pepper Potts, Tony Stark's secretary and romantic interest; Stark Industries, Tony's technology company (Tales of Suspense #45, 1963); of the Black Widow, alias Natasha Romanoff, a Russian spy, originally a KGB agent (Tales of Suspense #52, 1964); of Hawkeye, an expert archer with a variety of trick arrows such as those with explosive tips; Hawkeye having a close relationship with the Black Widow; Iron Man's repulsor ray weapon (Tales of Suspense #57, 1964) (Tales of Suspense #64, 1965); of Pym's nickname "Hank" (Tales to Astonish #47, 1963)
Roy Thomas: co-creator of Ultron, the Avengers' enemy (Avengers #54, 1968); of the Vision, a synthetic man with red skin, green costume and yellow cape with a jewel on his forehead; Vision's powers of flight and altering his density (Avengers #57, 1968); of Ultron being built by one of the Avengers, but turning against him; the Vision joining the Avengers (Avengers #58, 1968); of Quinjets, the personal aircraft of the Avengers (Avengers #61, 1969); of Hawkeye's real name, Clint Barton (Avengers #64, 1969); of Vision and the Scarlet Witch having feelings for each other (Avengers #91, 1971); of Ant-Man's helmet providing environmental seals (Avengers #93, 1971); of the Soul Gem, from which the Infinty Gems were derived (Marvel Premiere #1, 1970)
Larry Lieber: co-creator of Thor, Norse god of thunder (Journey into Mystery #84, 1962); of Loki, Thor's wicked brother (Journey into Mystery #85, 1962); of Tony Stark, a wealthy industrialist who wears Iron Man armor which enhances his strength and grants flight along with other gadgets (Tales of Suspense #39, 1963); of Henry Pym, a scientist who develops a chemical formula which can shrink people in size (Tales to Astonish #27, 1962); of Ant-Man, the costumed identity begun by Henry Pym wherein he wore a protective red and black costume with size-changing capsules on his belt and wore a helmet which helped him communicate with ants; Ant-Man receiving heightened strength by shrinking in size (Tales to Astonish #35, 1962)
John Buscema: co-creator of Ultron, the Avengers' enemy, a robot (Avengers #54, 1968); of the Vision, a synthetic man with red skin, green costume and yellow cape with a jewel on his forehead; Vision's powers of flight and altering his density (Avengers #57, 1968); Ultron being built by one of the Avengers, but turning against him; the Vision joining the Avengers (Avengers #58, 1968); of Quinjets, the personal aircraft of the Avengers (Avengers #61, 1969); of Helmut Zemo trying to destroy the Avengers as revenge for the destruction of his family, seeing them as Captain America's family (Avengers #273, 1986)
Christopher Priest: co-creator of Black Panther wearing a Vibranium-weave uniform with lenses in his mask and anti-metal claws in his gloves; of T'Challa wearing a beard (Black Panther #1, 1998); of Black Panther wearing a necklace of talons around his neck (Captain America #13, 1999); of the panther god Black Panther worships being the Egyptian god Bast (Black Panther #21, 2000); of Black Panther being driven into a murderous rage while pursuing his father's killer (Black Panther #29, 2001); of Everett Ross, a US government official who is charged with working alongside super heroes (Ka-Zar #17, 1998)
Mark Gruenwald: creator of Hawkeye's modular design arrows (Hawkeye#1, 1983); of Hawkeye's archery gloves (Hawkeye #2, 1983); co-creator of Wanda and Pietro's surname Maximoff (Avengers #186, 1979); of the US government asserting its ownership of Captain America's costume and shield (Captain America #332, 1987); of Crossbones, alias Brock Rumlow, a vicious thug (Captain America #359 & 360, 1989); of Crossbones' wrist-loaded blade weapon (Captain America #364, 1989); of Brock Rumlow's name (Captain America #400, 1992); of Crossbones being facially disfigured under his mask (Captain America #407, 1992)
Sal Buscema: co-creator of Vision and the Scarlet Witch having feelings for each other (Avengers #91, 1971); of Peggy's name; Sharon Carter as a relative of Peggy (Captain America #162, 1973); of Helmut Zemo, a man whose father died during an operation involving Captain America, causing him to seek Captain America's destruction (Captain America #168, 1973); of Peggy Carter as an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Captain America #169, 1974); of the Falcon wearing a pair of mechanical wings (Captain America #170, 1974); of Captain America based out of Brooklyn (Captain America #237, 1979)
Steve Ditko: co-creator of Spider-Man, Peter Parker, a teenage super hero garbed in red and blue with a red webbing design, spider emblem on chest and lenses in his mask; Spider-Man swinging around on webbing fired from his web-shooters and climbing up walls; Spider-Man motivated to use his powers to help others; Peter's aunt May Parker, who is not aware of Peter's double life (Amazing Fantasy #15, 1962); of Spider-Man's spider-signal flashlight (Amazing Spider-Man #3, 1963); of Iron Man wearing red & gold armor (Tales of Suspense #48, 1963)
John Byrne: co-creator of Captain America & Iron Man having a tense, argumentative relationship (Avengers #165, 1977); of the Falcon as an Avenger (Avengers #183, 1979); of Wanda's surname Maximoff (Avengers #186, 1979); of James "Rhodey" Rhodes, pilot and friend of Tony Stark (Iron Man #118, 1979); the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier falling out of the sky (Marvel Graphic Novel #18, 1985); of Scott Lang, the new Ant-Man (Marvel Premiere #47, 1979); of Hank Pym helping to mentor Scott Lang as Ant-Man (Marvel Premiere #48, 1979)
Joe Simon: co-creator of Captain America, Steve Rogers, who wears a red, white and blue costume with 'A' on forehead and stars & stripes on his chest; of James Buchanan "Bucky" Barnes, Steve's friend and partner who joins him in battle (Captain America Comics #1, 1941); of Captain America's mask being fastened to his costume; of Captain America's round, red and white shield with star in its center (Captain America Comics #2, 1941); of the Vision, a green-garbed man in a cape (Marvel Mystery Comics #13, 1940)
Kevin Hopgood: co-creator of the War Machine armor, a suit of Iron Man armor colored silver and grey and outfitted with heavy weaponry, including a shoulder-mounted canon (Iron Man #281, 1992); of Tony Stark as a child prodigy; of Howard Stark being emotionally distant from Tony (Iron Man #286, 1992); of the War Machine armor being worn by James Rhodes with a unibeam designed for its chest (Iron Man #284, 1992); of Howard and Maria Stark dying in a car accident (Iron Man #288, 1993)
Len Kaminski: co-creator of the War Machine armor, a suit of Iron Man armor colored silver and grey and outfitted with heavy weaponry, including a shoulder-mounted canon (Iron Man #281, 1992); of the War Machine armor being worn by James Rhodes with a unibeam designed for its chest (Iron Man #284, 1992); of Tony Stark as a child prodigy; of Howard Stark being emotionally distant from Tony (Iron Man #286, 1992); of Howard and Maria Stark dying in a car accident (Iron Man #288, 1993)
David Michelinie: co-creator of Ultron seeking Vibranium to enhance his robotic body (Amazing Spider-Man Annual #25, 1991); of the Falcon as an Avenger (Avengers #183, 1979); of Wanda and Pietro's surname Maximoff (Avengers #186, 1979); of Hawkeye firing Ant-Man on the arrowhead of one of his arrows (Avengers #223, 1982); of James "Rhodey" Rhodes, pilot and friend of Tony Stark (Iron Man #118, 1979); of Scott Lang, an ex-convict who becomes the new Ant-Man (Marvel Premiere #47, 1979); Hank Pym helping to mentor Scott Lang as Ant-Man (Marvel Premiere #48, 1979)
Bryan Hitch: co-creator of Captain America wearing a helmet version of his mask with wings painted on the sides (Captain America: Reborn #1, 2009); of Iron Man's eyes & unibeam glowing light blue; of the Avengers being overseen by S.H.I.E.L.D. (Ultimates #2, 2002); of Hawkeye's sleeveless costume (Ultimates #7, 2002); of the Chitauri, an extraterrestrial army who battle the Avengers (Ultimates #8, 2002); of Hawkeye married and with three children (Ultimates 2 #2, 2005)
Steve Epting: co-creator of the Winter Soldier, a legendary Soviet assassin now on the open market, has a cybernetic arm (Captain America #1, 2005); of the Winter Soldier undergoing a memory wipe between assignments (Captain America #8, 2005); of the Winter Soldier regaining his memory after an encounter with Captain America and going into hiding (Captain America #14, 2006)
Sal Velluto: co-creator of Black Panther wearing a necklace of talons around his neck (Captain America #13, 1999); of the panther god Black Panther worships being the Egyptian god Bast (Black Panther #21, 2000); of Black Panther being driven into a murderous rage while pursuing his father's killer (Black Panther #29, 2001)
Brian Michael Bendis: co-creator of the Raft, a maximum security prison for superhuman criminals (New Avengers #1, 2005); of the Falcon joining Captain America in his conflict against Iron Man (New Avengers #21, 2006); of Hawkeye joining the renegade team of Avengers who followed Captain America (New Avengers #27, 2007)
J. Michael Straczynski: co-creator of Tony Stark mentoring Peter Parker (Amazing Spider-Man #519, 2005); of Tony Stark building a new costume for Spider-Man (Amazing Spider-Man #529, 2006); of an inspirational speech which quotes, how one must "plant their feet and say no, you move." (Amazing Spider-Man #537, 2006)
Reginald Hudlin: co-creator of James Rhodes taking Iron Man's side in his conflict against Captain America (Black Panther #22, 2007); of Black Panther changing from a moderate position in Iron Man's conflict against Captain America before finally taking Captain America's side (Black Panther #23, 2007)
Robert Bernstein: co-creator of Iron Man's armor being gold; of Iron Man's unibeam in the center of his chestplate (Tales of Suspense #40, 1963); of Pepper Potts, Tony Stark's secretary and romantic interest; Stark Industries, Tony Stark's technology company (Tales of Suspense #45, 1963)
Mark Texeira: co-creator of Everett Ross, a US government official who is charged with working alongside super heroes; of Black Panther wearing a Vibranium-weave uniform with lenses in his mask and anti-metal claws in his gloves; of T'Challa wearing a beard (Black Panther #1, 1998)
Gene Colan: co-creator of Hawkeye's real name, Clint Barton (Avengers #64, 1969); of the Falcon, Sam Wilson, a costumed African-American hero who is friends with Captain America; of Redwing, the Falcon's small winged companion (Captain America #117, 1969)
Kieron Dwyer: co-creator of Ant-Man wearing a costume with increased black tones (Avengers #57, 2002); of Crossbones, alias Brock Rumlow, a vicious thug (Captain America #359-360, 1989); of Crossbones' wrist-loaded blade weapon (Captain America #364, 1989)
Roger Stern: co-creator of Helmut Zemo trying to destroy the Avengers as revenge for the destruction of his family, seeing them as Captain America's family (Avengers #273, 1986); of James Rhodes as one of the Avengers (West Coast Avengers #1, 1984)
Steve Englehart: co-creator of Peggy's name; Sharon Carter as a relative of Peggy (Captain America #162, 1973); of Peggy Carter as an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Captain America #169, 1974); of the Falcon's mechanical wings (Captain America #170, 1974)
George Tuska: co-creator of Tony Stark becoming horrified by the carnage done with his company's weapons and eliminating his weapons production (Iron Man #78, 1975); of Maria Stark, wife of Howard, mother of Tony (Iron Man #104, 1977)
Ron Garney: co-creator of Tony Stark building a new costume for Spider-Man (Amazing Spider-Man #529, 2006); of an inspirational speech which quotes how one must "plant their feet and say no, you move." (Amazing Spider-Man #537, 2006)
Mike Grell: creator of Iron Man's identity as Tony Stark being public knowledge (Iron Man #55, 2002); co-creator of Friday, an artificial intelligence used by Iron Man which has a feminine personality (Iron Man #53, 2002)
Jackson Guice: co-creator of Helmut Zemo drawing out issues from Bucky Barnes' past to use against him (Captain America #606, 2010); of there being multiple Winter Soldiers created in the Soviet Union (Winter Soldier #1, 2012)
Dick Ayers: co-creator of Agent 13, a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and love interest to Captain America; Peggy Carter, intelligence operative and wartime love interest of Captain America (Tales of Suspense #75, 1966)
Bob Harras: co-creator of Hydra taking over S.H.I.E.L.D. from within (Nick Fury vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. #1, 1988); of S.H.I.E.L.D. exposed as rife with internal corruption and dismantled (Nick Fury vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. #6, 1988)
Paul Neary: co-creator of Hydra taking over S.H.I.E.L.D. from within (Nick Fury vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. #1, 1988); of S.H.I.E.L.D. exposed as rife with internal corruption and dismantled (Nick Fury vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. #6, 1988)
John Romita: co-creator of the Black Widow's red hair, black bodysuit, Widow's Bite wrist weapon and carrying explosives (Amazing Spider-Man #86, 1970); of the Falcon's red costume (Captain America #144, 1971)
Tony Isabella: co-creator of Helmut Zemo, a man whose father died during an operation involving Captain America, causing him to seek Captain America's destruction (Captain America #168, 1973)
Koi Turnbull: co-creator of Black Panther changing from a moderate position in Iron Man's conflict against Captain America before finally taking Captain America's side (Black Panther #23, 2007)
Michael Lark: co-creator of Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes being nearly the same age; of Vasily Karpov, a Russian officer who helped program the Winter Soldier (Captain America #5, 2005)
Mike Deodato Jr.: co-creator of Tony Stark mentoring Peter Parker (Amazing Spider-Man #519, 2005); of Steve Rogers' modified blue/white costume with brown gloves (Secret Avengers #1, 2010)
Fabian Nicieza: co-creator of Helmut Zemo taking advantage of the animosity between Captain America and Iron Man so he can manipulate them to his own ends (Thunderbolts #105, 2006)
Tom Grummett: co-creator of Helmut Zemo taking advantage of the animosity between Captain America and Iron Man so he can manipulate them to his own ends (Thunderbolts #105, 2006)
Paul Jenkins: co-creator of Iron Man developing a prison to contain super heroes who refused to submit to the US government's oversight laws (Civil War: Frontline #5, 2006)
Steve Leiber: co-creator of Iron Man developing a prison to contain super heroes who refused to submit to the US government's oversight laws (Civil War: Frontline #5, 2006)
Trevor Hairsine: co-creator of the Falcon wearing a military-style costume with large amounts of black and gray; the Falcon wielding guns (Ultimate Nightmare #1, 2004)
Warren Ellis: co-creator of Tony Stark calling himself a "futurist" (Iron Man #1, 2005); of the Falcon wearing a military-style costume with large amounts of black and gray; the Falcon wielding guns (Ultimate Nightmare #1, 2004)
Mike Friedrich: co-creator of Peggy Carter as an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Captain America #169, 1974); of the Falcon's mechanical wings (Captain America #170, 1974)
Tom DeFalco: co-creator of Crossbones as a Hydra agent (Captain America #24, 1999); Ant-Man helmet with red lenses (Fantastic Four #405, 1995)
Ryan Odagawa: co-creator of Friday, an artificial intelligence used by Iron Man which has a feminine personality (Iron Man #53, 2002)
Archie Goodwin: co-creator of Howard Stark, deceased father of Tony Stark and previous owner of Stark Industries (Iron Man #28, 1970)
Luke Ross: co-creator of Peggy Carter suffering from dementia in her latter years; of Sharon as Peggy's niece (Captain America #49, 2009)
Tom Morgan: co-creator of the US government asserting its ownership of Captain America's costume and shield (Captain America #332, 1987)
Randall Frenz: co-creator of Howard Stark working with Captain America and Bucky during World War II (Captain America Annual #9, 1990)
Leinil Francis Yu: co-creator of Hawkeye joining the renegade team of Avengers who followed Captain America (New Avengers #27, 2007)
Mark Bagley: co-creator of Howard Stark working with Captain America and Bucky during World War II (Captain America Annual #9, 1990)
Patrick Zircher: co-creator of Howard and Maria Stark's "accidental" death caused by a conspiracy (Iron Man: the Iron Age #1, 1998)
Manuel Garcia: co-creator of James Rhodes taking Iron Man's side in his conflict against Captain America (Black Panther #22, 2007)
Howard Victor Chaykin: co-creator of the Falcon joining Captain America in his conflict against Iron Man (New Avengers #21, 2006)
Kurt Busiek: co-creator of Howard and Maria Stark's "accidental" death caused by a conspiracy (Iron Man: the Iron Age#1, 1998)
Don Rico: co-creator of the Black Widow, Natasha Romanoff, a spy who encounters Iron Man (Tales of Suspense #52, 1964)
Leonardo Manco: co-creator of Tony Stark using technology to repair injuries done to James Rhodes (War Machine #1, 2008)
Jim Shooter: co-creator of Captain America & Iron Man having a tense, argumentative relationship (Avengers #165, 1977)
Greg Pak: co-creator of Tony Stark using technology to repair injuries done to James Rhodes (War Machine #1, 2008)
David Finch: co-creator of the Raft, a maximum security prison for superhuman criminals (New Avengers #1, 2005)
Greg LaRocque: co-creator of Hawkeye firing Ant-Man on the arrowhead of one of his arrows (Avengers #223, 1982)
Kevin Kobasic: co-creator of Crossbones being facially disfigured under his mask (Captain America #407, 1992)
Bob Layton: co-creator of James "Rhodey" Rhodes, pilot and friend of Tony Stark (Iron Man #118, 1979)
Barry Kitson: co-creator of the deaths of Howard and Maria Stark in an auto accident (Iron Man #288, 1993)
Salvador Larroca: co-creator of Tony Stark and Pepper Potts as a couple (Invincible Iron Man #15, 2009)
Gil Kane: co-creator of the Soul Gem, from which the Infinty Gems were derived (Marvel Premiere#1, 1970)
Scott Lobdell: co-creator of the red widow icon on Black Widow's belt (Journey into Mystery #517, 1998)
Randall Green: co-creator of the red widow icon on Black Widow's belt (Journey into Mystery #517, 1998)
John Ostrander: co-creator of Ant-Man wearing a helmet with full face mask (Heroes for Hire #6, 1997)
Jim Steranko: co-creator of the Hydra insignia, a skull atop octopus arms (Strange Tales #151, 1966)
Pasqual Ferry: co-creator of Ant-Man wearing a helmet with full face mask (Heroes for Hire #6, 1997)
Aaron Lopresti: co-creator of S.H.I.E.L.D. developing a fleet of Helicarriers (Ms. Marvel #13, 2007)

Guang Yap: co-creator of Ultron seeking Vibranium to enhance his robotic body (Amazing Spider-Man Annual #25, 1991)

Matt Fraction: co-creator of Tony Stark and Pepper Potts as a couple (Invincible Iron Man #15, 2009)
Bill Mantlo: co-creator of Tony Stark becoming horrified by the carnage done with his company's weapons and eliminating his weapons production (Iron Man #78, 1975); of Maria Stark, wife of Howard, mother of Tony (Iron Man #104, 1977)
Chris Claremont: co-creator of Captain America based out of Brooklyn (Captain America #237, 1979)
Brian Reed: co-creator of S.H.I.E.L.D. developing a fleet of Helicarriers (Ms. Marvel #13, 2007)
Roger McKenzie: co-creator of Captain America based out of Brooklyn (Captain America #237, 1979)
Neal Adams: co-creator of Ant-Man's helmet providing environmental seals (Avengers #93, 1971)
Gaspar Saladino: creator of the Avengers logo with enlarged letter "A" (Avengers #96, 1972)
Bob Hall: co-creator of James Rhodes as one of the Avengers (West Coast Avengers #1, 1984)
Luke McDonnell: co-creator of James Rhodes wearing Iron Man armor (Iron Man #169, 1983)
Dennis O'Neil: co-creator of James Rhodes wearing Iron Man armor (Iron Man #169, 1983)
Steven Grant: co-creator of Wanda and Pietro's surname Maximoff (Avengers #186, 1979)
Gary Friedrich: co-creator of the Falcon's red costume (Captain America #144, 1971)
Paul Ryan: co-creator of the Avengers being responsible to the United Nations (Avengers #329, 1991); of Ant-Man helmet with red lenses (Fantastic Four #405, 1995)

Larry Hama: co-creator of the Avengers being responsible to the United Nations (Avengers #329, 1991)
Ron Frenz: co-creator of Crossbones as a Hydra agent (Captain America #24, 1999)
Rik Levins: co-creator of Brock Rumlow's name (Captain America #400, 1992)
Adi Granov: creator of Iron Man armor design (Iron Man #75, 2004); co-creator of Tony Stark calling himself a "futurist" (Iron Man #1, 2005)





























































































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