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Aardwolf at the Comic Book DB
Aardwolf at the Grand Comics Database
Aardwolf (Chon Li) is a mutant in the Marvel Universe.
The character, created by Fabian Nicieza, Ken Lashley and Fred Hayes, first appeared in Night Thrasher #3 (October 1993).
Within the context of the stories, Aardwolf establishes himself as a crime lord on the island of Madripoor. He tricked Night Thrasher into helping him defend his empire by defeating Midnight’s Fire.[Comics 1][Comics 2]
Abominable Snowman is the name of two characters in Marvel Comics Universe based on the folklore character.
The Carl Hanson version of Abominable Snowman first appearance was in Tales to Astonish #13 and was created by Jack Kirby and an uncredited Steve Ditko. In order to capture the Abominable Snowman and make money from it’s capture, Hanson steals a cursed photograph which in turn transforms him into the Abominable Snowman.
Howling Commandos version
A similarly-designed but different character appears in the story “Creature Feature” by Keith Giffen and Eduardo Francisco published in Nick Fury’s Howling Commandos #2 (January 2006) as one of the members alongside Sasquatch to track down Groot.
Uncanny X-Men version
Also A larger Abominable Snowman appeared as an inhabitant of Monster Isle. He was among the monsters that witnessed the arrival of the X-Men members Shadowcat and Magik when they arrived to pick up a mutant girl named Bo. When Shadowcat and Magik found Bo, the Abominable Snowman and the other monsters attacked them until Magik teleported herself, Shadowcat, and Bo back to the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.
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Abominatrix at the Comic Book DB
Abominatrix at the Grand Comics Database
Abominatrix (Florence Sharples) is an adversary of She-Hulk in the Marvel Universe.
The character, created by Buzz Dixon, Tom Artis and Steve Gerber, appeared in Sensational She-Hulk #21 (November 1990).
Within the context of the stories, Florence Sharples is a manager of a saving and loan company run by Jasper Keaton. Keaton secretly sponsors ge