List of First Appearances in Marvel Comics Publications - C

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  • Cable in New Mutants #87
  • Callisto in Uncanny X-Men #169
  • Calypso in Amazing Spider-Man #209
  • Cannonball in Marvel Graphic Novel #4
  • Captain America in Captain America Comics #1
  • Captain Britain (Brian Braddock)
    • England: Captain Britain Weekly #1 (October 13, 1976)
    • United States: Marvel Team-Up #65
    • as Kelsey Leigh Kirkland in Avengers #77
  • Captain Marvel
    • as Mar-Vell in Marvel Super-Heroes #12
    • as Monica Rambeau (also known as Photon or Pulsar) in The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #16 (1982)
  • Captain Universe in Micronauts #8
  • Carnage in The Amazing Spider-Man #361
  • Cardiac in Amazing Spider-Man #344
  • Cardinal in New Warriors #28
  • The Cat (Greer Grant) in Claws of the Cat #1
  • Cecilia Reyes in X-Men vol. 2 #65
  • The Celestials in Eternals #1
  • Cerebro in X-Men #7
  • Cerise in Excalibur #47
  • Charlie-27 in Marvel Super-Heroes #18
  • Chamber in Generation X #1
  • Chameleon in The Amazing Spider-Man #1
  • Champion of the Universe in Marvel Two-in-One Annual #7
  • The Circus Of Crime in Incredible Hulk #3
  • Clea in Strange Tales #126 (name is only revealed in #146)
  • Cletus Kasady in The Amazing Spider-Man #345
  • Cloak in The Spectacular Spider-Man #64
  • Cobra in Journey into Mystery #98
  • Cobweb in Sleepwalker #3
  • Collector in Avengers #28
  • Colleen Wing in Marvel Premiere #19
  • Colossus in Giant-Size X-Men #1
  • Constrictor in Incredible Hulk #212
  • Contessa Valentina Allegra de la Fontaine in Strange Tales #159
  • Count Nefaria in Avengers #13
  • Crossbones in Captain America #359 (in costume #360)
  • Crossfire in Marvel Two-in-One #52
  • Crusader in Thor #330
  • Crystal in Fantastic Four #45
  • Cyber in Marvel Comics Presents #85
  • Cyclops in X-Men #1

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