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Namor the Sub-Mariner
|Leader(s):||Doctor Strange, formerly Candy Southern, Beast, Nighthawk(Kyle Richmond), Valkyrie|
|Doctor Strange, Black Cat, Ant-Man, Iron Fist, Namor, Silver Surfer, Red She-Hulk, The Hulk|
|Falcon, Marvel Man(Quasar), Captain Mar-Vell, Ms. Marvel(Carol Danvers), Nova(Richard Rider), Torpedo, Stingray, Havok, Polaris, Black Goliath, White Tiger, Captain Ultra, the Jack of Hearts, Hercules, Prowler and Tagak the Leopard Lord, Paladin, Gargoyle, Moondragon, Andromeda, Manslaughter, Interloper, Hellcat, Devil Slayer, Blazing Skull, Colossus, she-Hulk, Krang, Nighthawk(S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Joaquin Pennyworth), Lyra(daughter of Hulk), Loa(a student of the X-Men), Angel, Daimon Hellstrom(Son of Satan), Luke Cage, Vision, Clea, Namorita, Hawkeye, Professor X, Daredevil, The Thing, Yellowjacket(Hank Pym), Guardians of the Galaxy, Red Guardian, Howard the Duck, Moon Knight, Spider-Man, Wasp, Aeroika, Black Panther, Dracula, Ghost Rider, Man-Thing, Wonder Man, Mister Fantastic, Captain America, Scarlet Witch, Overmind(under spiritual possession), Iceman, Cloud, Seraph, The Southern Belle(Candy Southern), Vortex, Red Raven, Ardina, Atlas, Junta, Warlord Krang|
|Stephen Strange's mansion|
"The record of the Defenders has been a proud one so far. I am certain that whatever the future may bring, nothing will ever change that."
The Defenders (of Earth-616) is a number of Marvel Comics superhero groups which are usually presented as a "non-team" of individualistic "outsiders," each known for following their own agendas. Spider-Man, while not a official member, is often a ally of the Defenders.
The team battles mystic and supernatural threats. They first appeared in Marvel Feature #1 (Dec, 1971)
Its original incarnation, often considered the most powerful formation of superheroes in the Marvel Universe, was led by Doctor Strange and also included the Hulk, Namor, and as a kind of belated addition, the Silver Surfer. They first appeared as The Defenders in Marvel Feature #1 (December, 1971).
In Defenders #61, (July, 1978), he became a member, however he disbanded and became a official member of Reed Richard's Future Foundation, an member of the Avengers, and a member of the New Avengers as a result, however Spider-Man often fights together with them as an ally.