Thundra is a classic, energic Fantastic Four character. And there's a lot to say about her, due to her long career as a time traveller.
So let's start with explanations about her mutable, odd, 23rd century possible future -- Femizonia.
As of May of 2021, this once-enormous profile is being rewritten and reorganised as much more readable chapters.
A strange, sinister manipulator from the far future. He appeared in an early sort of Marvel crossover, back during the 1970s.
As of July of 2018, this profile was upgraded, received HD illustrations, and got time-travelling psychotic M&M stats.
A minor enemy of Marvel Comics' Nova, back in 1977 when we were listening to Rod Stewart singing Tonight's the Night.
As of August, 2017 this profile was overhauled and received faceless M&M stats from the far future.
Part one of a big article (presented in easily digestible smaller bits, as usual) about a rather important series of graphic novels.
It'll explain all the things. Yes, even *that* thing you thought nobody'd ever explain. That one's in part #3 in the article, but still do read it all in order 'kay thanks.
The quirky collection of mutant investigators, as written by Peter "PAD" David in the 2006 to 2013 run of Marvel's X-Factor comic.
This is one of 'em "base camp" profiles where we explain all the material shared between characters so it doesn't have to be presented in every single individual profile.
(Profile #1 - Early)
The most dangerous woman in the universe !
Our first chronological Gamora profile covers her childhood and her 1970s appearances (plus her very few 1980s appearances).
She was very 1970s back then, and the Guardians of the Galaxy were still quite far in her future.