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Description

Elements of location

Place of birth

  • Bloodshed

Notable locations

  • 1940's Daily Bugle offices
  • 27th Precinct
  • 39th Street Precinct
  • Agency X
  • Bucky's apartment
  • Cafe Brioche
  • Calvin Zabo's lab
  • Carole Danvers' apartment
  • Club 89
  • Daily Bugle New offices, Midtown
  • Empire State University
  • Empire State University Hospital
  • Empyrean Theater (Upper West Side, destroyed[1])
  • Felicia Hardy's apartment, Upper East Side
  • Fisk Tower, Midtown (destroyed)
  • Five Points Hall (Manhattan Detention Center)
  • Flash Thomson's apartment
  • Former Symkarian Embassy, Upper East Side
  • Front Line Newsroom
  • Hannover Agency, photography studio
  • High Line Park
  • Inwood Armory
  • Janet Van Dyne Center For Women
  • Jay Jameson Apartment, Central Park West
  • Josie's Bar
  • Kearny High School
  • Kyle Richmond's Central Park mansion
  • Ninth Avenue Roxxon Gas Station
  • Offices of Sarah Day Public Relations
  • O'Flanaghan's Pub, Midtown
  • Penthouse Apartment of Alice Nugent
  • Rand Building
  • Sachet Nelson's painting studio
  • Sam's Barbershop (Lower East Side)
  • Secure-it-e lockup storage, west docks
  • Teri Hillman's apartment (Central Park West)
  • The Golden Fleece Nightclub
  • The Rose's Penthouse (Dr Hayes)
  • The Three Strikes Bar, Supervillain Watering Hole
  • Timely Comics building
  • Unemployement Benefits offices
  • Todd Speer's apartment
  • Vandemere Hotel, overlooking Central Park
  • Wai-Go Industries Tower

Category

Map

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Gallery

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Summary

Manhattan is one of the boroughs of New York City. Located primarily on Manhattan Island at the mouth of the Hudson River, the boundaries of the borough are identical to those of New York County, an original county of the state of New York. It consists of Manhattan Island and several small adjacent islands: Roosevelt Island, Randall's Island, Ward's Island, Governors Island, Liberty Island, part of Ellis Island, and U Thant Island; as well as Marble Hill, a small section on the mainland adjacent to the Bronx. The original city of New York began at the southern end of Manhattan, and expanded in 1898 to include surrounding counties. It is the smallest yet most urbanized of the five boroughs.
The County of New York is the most densely populated county in the United States, and one of the most densely populated areas in the world, with a 2008 population of 1,634,795 living in a land area of 22.96 square miles (59.47 km²), or 71,201 residents per square mile (27,485/km²). It is also one of the wealthiest counties in the United States, with a 2005 personal income per capita above $100,000. Manhattan is the third-largest of New York City's five boroughs in population.

Manhattan is a major commercial, financial, and cultural center of both the United States and the world. Many major radio, television, and telecommunications companies in the United States are based here, as well as many news, magazine, book, and other media publishers. Manhattan has many famous landmarks, tourist attractions, museums, and universities. It is also home to the headquarters of the United Nations. Manhattan has the largest central business district in the United States, is the site of both the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ, and is the home to the largest number of corporate headquarters in the country. It is the center of New York City and the New York metropolitan region, hosting the seat of city government and a large portion of the area's employment, business, and entertainment activities. (source Wikipedia)

Appearances

Age Of Heroes

Age Of Heroes #01 (2010)

Age of Heroes #02 (2010)

Age of Heroes #03 (2010)

Amazing Spider-Man

Amazing Spider-Man #547 (2008)

There's a mobsters meeting. Mr Negative plans to poison everyone with a toxic gas. Spider-Man arrives at the hotel just when the gas is released.

Amazing Spider-Man #548 (2008)

All the mobsters are dying, only those without Karnelli blood in their veins live. A mobster tells Spider-Man to go help the mobsters' children. When Spider-Man swings away, Carlie, Lilly and Harry see him. Carlie tries to help at the crime scene but a police officer refuses her help.

Amazing Spider-Man #611 (2009)

Spider-Man fights Lady Stilt-Man and then Deadpool while Ana Kravinov kidnaps Spider-Woman (Mattie Franklin).

Amazing Spider-Man 611 p09-10
Amazing Spider-Man 611 p13
Amazing Spider-Man 611 p16
Amazing Spider-Man 611 p22

Amazing Spider-Man #613 (2010)

Electro contacts the Mad Thinker.[2]

Amazing Spider-Man 613 p05

Amazing Spider-Man #619 (2010)

When Spider-Man unmasks the Big Man and sees he's Captain Stacy, he understands that he was played by Mysterio.[3]

Amazing Spider-Man #620 (2010)

Empyrean Theater. Mysterio prepares his final operation. Ray Cooper takes his money and leaves Mysterio
Empyrean Theater. Spider-Man tracks Mysterio and there's a fight between Spider-Man, the Maggia and Mr Negative's men. Mysterio fakes Silvermane's death and escapes on a boat while the NYPD are waiting outside the burning building.
After a fight, the boat explodes.

Amazing Spider-Man 620 p02
Amazing Spider-Man 620 p03

Amazing Spider-Man #621 (2010)

Upper West Side, The Empyrean Theater. The police investigates the fire. Carlie gets a call from her father who tells her he's got the money from the Mysterio job and they can leave the country. They agree to meet.[4]

Amazing Spider-Man #622 (2010)

Spider-Man infiltrates Morbius' lab and, controlled by Martine, he invites her in. She fights Morbius and ultimately dies.

Amazing Spider-Man #623 (2010)

Amazing Spider-Man #625 (2010)

Amazing Spider-Man #626 (2010)

Amazing Spider-Man #627 (2010)

Amazing Spider-Man #628 (2010)

Amazing Spider-Man #629 (2010)

The Many Loves of The Amazing Spider-Man #01 (2010)

Amazing Spider-Man Annual #037 (2010)

Amazing Spider-Man #633 (2010)

Amazing Spider-Man #634 (2010)

Amazing Spider-Man #638 (2010)

Josie's Bar.

Amazing Spider-Man #639 (2010)

Amazing Spider-Man #641 (2010)

Amazing Spider-Man #643 (2010)

Amazing Spider-Man #644 (2010)

Amazing Spider-Man #645 (2010)

Midtown

Amazing Spider-Man #647 (2010)

Amazing Spider-Man #648 (2010)

42nd st and Madison Avenue
Daily Bugle New offices, Midtown Jay Jameson Apartment, Central Park West
Flash Thomson's apartment
Fisk Tower

Amazing Spider-Man #649 (2011)

Fisk Tower
Daily Bugle New offices, Midtown

Amazing Spider-Man #650 (2011)

Fisk Tower
Felicia Hardy's apartment, Upper East Side
Daily Bugle New offices, Midtown

Amazing Spider-Man #651 (2011)

Fisk Tower
Daily Bugle New offices, Midtown

Amazing Spider-Man #653 (2011)

Daily Bugle New offices, Midtown

Amazing Spider-Man #654 (2011)

Daily Bugle New offices, Midtown

Amazing Spider-Man Presents: American Son

Amazing Spider-Man Presents: American Son #01 (2010)

125th street.

Amazing Spider-Man Presents: American Son #02 (2010)

Empire State University Hospital.

Amazing Spider-Man Presents: American Son #03 (2010)

Amazing Spider-Man Presents: Jackpot

Amazing Spider-Man Presents: Jackpot #02 (2010)

Amazing Spider-Man Presents: Jackpot #03 (2010)

Ant Man & The Wasp

Ant Man & The Wasp #03 (2011)

Janet Van Dyne Center For Women<i>

Avengers

Avengers #01 (2010)

Avengers #05 (2010)

Avengers Academy

Avengers Academy #05 (2010)

Avengers Academy #014.1 (2011)

Avengers/Invaders

Avengers/Invaders #06 (2009)

Avengers - Invaders 06 p02
Avengers - Invaders 06 p03

Avengers: The Origin

Avengers: The Origin #01 (2010)

Avengers vs Atlas

Avengers vs Atlas #01 (2010)

Avengers vs Atlas #02 (2010)

Avengers vs Atlas #03 (2010)

Black Widow

Black Widow #02 (2010)

<i>Bucky's apartment

Black Widow: Deadly Origins

Black Widow: Deadly Origins #03 (2010)

The Golden Fleece Nightclub. Hercules is attacked by a horde of women controlled by the Icepick protocol. Natasha helps him.[5]

Cable

Cable #022 (2010)

Bishop chases Cable and Hope in 1614.

Cable 022 p02
Cable 022 p03
Cable 022 p04
Cable 022 p05
Cable 022 p06

Cable #024 (2010)

Cable & Deadpool

Cable & Deadpool #034 (2007)

Cable & Deadpool #035 (2007)

Cable & Deadpool #036 (2007)

Cable & Deadpool #037 (2006)

Cable & Deadpool #043 (2006)

Cable & Deadpool #045 (2010)

Cable & Deadpool #046 (2010)

Captain America

Captain America #028 (2007)

Captain America: Who Will Wield The Shield #01 (2010)

Bucky, Black Widow and Steve Rogers fight Hyde.[6]

Captain America #603 (2010)

Rikki investigates but with no success.[7]

Captain America #604 (2010)

Captain America #605 (2010)

Captain America #611 (2010)

Captain America: Patriot

Captain America: Patriot #01 (2010)

1940's Daily Bugle offices<i>

Captain America: Patriot #02 (2010)

<i>1940's Daily Bugle offices<i>

Civil War

Civil War: Front Line #04 (2006)

Anti-registration combattants meet, with Sally Floyd is listening. Cape Killers attack them.

Civil War: Front Line #09 (2006)

Sally Floyd has a successfull blind date.

Civil War: The Initiative #01 (2007)

Lower Manhattan. Hurricane (II) is apprehended by the Thunderbolts

Daredevil

Daredevil #101 (2007)

Daredevil #501 (2009)

The Kingpin tells Turk he knows he betrayed him but let him go alive.[8]

Daredevil #502 (2009)

The Kingpin reaffirms his control on Owl's men.[9]

Daredevil #503 (2010)

Former Owl's men break criminals out of a penitentiary bus. They tell them they now work for the Hood.
It's revealed that, unknown to them, they will actually work for the Kingpin.[10]

Daredevil #504 (2010)

Kingpin asks Lady Bullseye to kill H.A.M.M.E.R. agents and police officers in the coming riots.[11]

Daredevil: Cage Match #01 (2010)

Dark Reign

Dark Reign: The List: Amazing Spider-Man #01 (2009)

Spider-Man downloads a comprimising video and escapes when Norman Osborn gets in the lab. Iron Patriot takes Spider-Man down but he manages to escape. As Peter Parker he manages to send the video to all his journalist contacts. Iron Patriot can't put him under arrest because there is a lot of witnesses.

Dark Reign The List Amazing Spider-Man 01 p12-13
Dark Reign The List Amazing Spider-Man 01 p15
Dark Reign The List Amazing Spider-Man 01 p16
Dark Reign The List Amazing Spider-Man 01 p21

Dark Reign: The List: Daredevil #01 (2009)

Lower Manhattan, Matt Murdock meets with the Hand legal team in their building.

Dark Reign The List Daredevil 01 p02
Dark Reign The List Daredevil 01 p03
Dark Reign The List Daredevil 01 p04

Dark Reign: Hawkeye #01 (2010)

Lower Manhattan. The Avengers fight a Hulk-Buster piloted by a member of P.T.S.F. . Hawkeye sadistically kills the pilot, also causing the death of 36 bystanders. Iron Patriot tries to spin this into a terrorist attack but Ben Urich doesn't buy it.[12]

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Dark Reign: Hawkeye #04 (2010)

Hawkeye dispatches most of the Bullseye impostors but is ultimately knocked out.[13]

Deadpool

Deadpool/GLI: Summer Fun Specacular #01 (2007)

Deadpool Team-Up

Deadpool Team-Up #894 (2010)

Fallen Son

Fallen Son #01: Wolverine (2007)

Sam's Barbershop.

Fallen Son #03 Captain America (2007)

Ninth Avenue Roxxon Gas Station.

Fantastic Four

Fantastic Four #570 (2009)

Fantastic Four 570 p07
Fantastic Four 570 p10
Fantastic Four 570 p11

Frantastic Four Annual #032 (2010)

Fantastic Four #584 (2010)

Fantastic Four #585 (2011)

Ghost Rider

Ghost Rider #012 (2007)

Ghost Rider #013 (2007)

Hawkeye & Mockingbird

Hawkeye & Mockingbird #01 (2010)

<i>Central Park West

Heralds

Heralds #04 (2010)

Heroes For Hire

Heroes For Hire #03 (2006)

The S.H.I.E.L.D. brings in Captain America. They later realized the prisoner they have is in reality Paladin.

Heroes For Hire #05 (2007)

Heroes For Hire #06 (2007)

Heroes For Hire #013 (2007)

Hulk

Hulk #017 (2010)

Red Hulk fights Red She-Hulk on the top of a building close to the Baxter Building and the Chrysler Building.

Fall of the Hulks: Red Hulk #01 (2010)

Empire State University. Flashback: Pr Gregson Gilbert creating Dragon Man.

I Am An Avenger

I Am An Avenger #01 (2010)

Immortal Iron Fist

Immortal Iron Fist #01 (2007)

Immortal Iron Fist #03 (2007)

Immortal Iron Fist #04 (2007)

Immortal Iron Fist #05 (2007)

Immortal Iron Fist #06 (2007)

Incredible Hulk

Incredible Hulk #106 (2007)

Incredible Hulk #110 (2007)

Incredible Hulk #111 (2007)

Incredible Hulks

Incredible Hulks #615 (2010)

Incredible Hulks #618 (2011)

Incredible Hulks #619 (2011)

Iron Man

Iron Man #019 (2007)

Iron Man #020 (2007)

Invincible Iron Man 023 (2010)

Madame Masque calls Ghost.[14]

Klaws of the Panther

Klaws of the Panther #03 (2011)

[15]

Marvel Boy: The Uranian

Marvel Boy: The Uranian #01 (2010)

Marvel Boy: The Uranian #03 (2010)

Marvel Comics Present

Marvel Comics Present #01 (2007)

Marvel Comics Present #02 (2007)

Marvels: Eye Of The Camera

Marvels: Eye Of The Camera #01 (2009)

Marvels: Eye Of The Camera #02 (2009)

Marvels: Eye Of The Camera #06 (2010)

Mighty Avengers

Mighty Avengers #01 (2007)

Mighty Avengers #02 (2007)

Mighty Avengers #03 (2007)

Mighty Avengers #05 (2007)

Mighty Avengers #06 (2007)

Models, inc

Models, Inc #01 (2009)

Chili, Jill and Millie meet Johnny Storm.
Kyle Richmond's Central Park mansion. The girls relax and meet Hedy Wolf.

Models, Inc #02 (2009)

Kyle Richmond's Central Park mansion. The models are waiting for Millie's return from jail. North Norrell has cops searching through the mansion. Later, two robbers get into the mansion and point a gun to Hedy, Patsy and Jill.
Sachet Nelson's painting studio. Millie and Jill start posing for paintings that will be offered to a charity auction.
Todd Speer's apartment. Johnny Storm, Toni Turner and Chili (disguised as the Lynx) search through the apartment for evidence proving Millie's innocence.

Models, Inc #03 (2009)

Kyle Richmond's Central Park mansion. Flashback to how Patsy fought the robbers.
Sachet Nelson's painting studio. Millie and Jill continue posing. When they get out of the studio, they get shot at by a sniper. Millie takes a gun in Jill's purse and shoots back before the police arrives.
Devin Perlman's townhouse. Hellcat and the Lynx search the apartment.
Hannover Agency, photography studio. The models are in a photo session when they get a phone call saying Sachet has been kidnapped.

Models, Inc #04 (2009)

Sachet Nelson's painting studio. Millie and chili go posing. Chili realizes Sachet's paint palette looks the same as the one she found in Devin Perlman's townhouse, she finds it suspicious.
Kyle Richmond's Central Park mansion. Sachet storms in with some men and explains why she tried to kill the models. The models take them down.
Devin Perlman's townhouse.Flashback to Sachet relationship with Devin and when she killed her.

Moon Knight

Moon Knight #07 (2007)

Ms Marvel

Ms Marvel #011 (2007)

Ms Marvel #012 (2007)

Ms Marvel #013 (2007)

Ms Marvel #015 (2007)

Ms Marvel #016 (2007)

Ms Marvel: Special #01 (2007)

Ms Marvel #037 (2009)

Ms Marvel 37 2

New Avengers

New Avengers #029 (2007)

New Avengers #034 (2007)

New Avengers #035 (2007)

New Avengers #061 (2010)

Spider-Man and Spider-Woman are watching the Avengers Tower from afar. They're attacked by the Griffin and the Mandrill. The Mandrill takes control of Spider-Woman and asks her to kill Spider-Man.[16]

New Avengers #062 (2010)

New Avengers #03 (2010)

New Avengers #08 (2011)

New Avengers: Luke Cage

New Avengers: Luke Cage #01 (2010)

New Warriors

New Warriors #02 (2007)

Peter Parker

Peter Parker #01 (2010)

Peter Parker #02 (2010)

Kearny High School
23rd Street

Peter Parker #03 (2010)

Teri Hillman's apartment
Kearny High School

Peter Parker #04 (2010)

Kearny High School.
Club 89.
Teri Hillman's apartment.

Punisher War Journal

Punisher War Journal #09 (2007)

Secret Warriors

Secret Warriors #024 (2011)

[17]

Sensational Spider-Man

Sensational Spiderman #036 (2007)

Underneath Manhattan: Spider-Man is about to find Calvin Zabo's lab.

Sensational Spiderman #037 (2007)

Calvin Zabo transforms into Hyde and goes after Spider-Man. Spider-Man finds all the men emprisoned by Zabo. Hyde and Spider-Man fight.

Shadowland

Shadowland #01 (2010)

High Line Park.
Fisk Tower, Midtown

Shadowland #02 (2010)

Fisk Tower, Midtown

Shadowland #03 (2010)

Shadowland #04 (2010)

Fisk Tower

Shadowland: Blood On The Streets

Shadowland: Blood On The Streets #02 (2010)

South-east Manhattan

Shadowland: Blood On The Streets #03 (2010)

Midtown.
Former Symkarian Embassy, Upper East Side.
Secure-it-e lockup storage, west docks.
O'Flanaghan's Pub, Midtown.

Shadowland: Blood On The Streets #04 (2010)

Former Symkarian Embassy, Upper East Side.

Shadowland: Ghost Rider

Shadowland: Ghost Rider #01 (2010)

Fisk Tower, Midtown

She-Hulk

She-Hulk #021 (2007)

The Marvels Project

The Marvels Project #03 (2009)

A US general visits Professor Hamilton and tells him he's going to hire him for a new secret project.

The Marvels Project #06 (2010)

Thunderbolts

Thunderbolts #104 (2006)

Baron Zemo meets Captain America.

Thunderbolts #105 (2006)

Baron Zemo meets Captain America and proposes his help. Songbird have a drink in a bar called "Strange Bedfellows".

Thunderbolts #105 (2006)

Penthouse Apartment of Alice Nugent. The Squadron Sinister meets.

Thunderbolts #137 (2009)

Iron Fist is kidnapped by the Thunderbolts.

Uncanny X-Men

Uncanny X-Men #489 (2007)

Uncanny X-Men #519 (2010)

A young homeless mutant tells Fantomex how he discovered his friend Gargouille was killed by a Predator X and how he escaped.

Uncanny X-Men #520 (2010)

Wolverine tracks the Predator X to the sewers then the origins of the nanites to a building in which they enter by force.
Fantomex tells the young mutant he's dealt with the Predator X.[18]

Uncanny X-Men 520 p03

Uncanny X-Men #521 (2010)

Vengeance of The Moon Knight

Vengeance of The Moon Knight #01 (2009)

Moon Knight stops a bank robbery.[19]

Vengeance Of The Moon Knight 01 p05
Vengeance Of The Moon Knight 01 p06-07
Vengeance Of The Moon Knight 01 p08
Vengeance Of The Moon Knight 01 p09
Vengeance Of The Moon Knight 01 p12
Vengeance Of The Moon Knight 01 p13
Vengeance Of The Moon Knight 01 p14
Vengeance Of The Moon Knight 01 p15

Vengeance of The Moon Knight #09 (2009)

Web of Spider-Man

Web of Spider-Man #07 (2010)

Winter Soldier

Winter Soldier: Winter Kills #01 (2007)

World War Hulk

World War Hulk #02 (2007)

World War Hulk #05 (2007)

World War Hulk: Front Line

World War Hulk: Front Line #01 (2007)

World War Hulk: Front Line #02 (2007)

World War Hulk: Front Line #03 (2007)

World War Hulk: Front Line #04 (2007)

World War Hulk: Front Line #06 (2007)

World War Hulk: Gamma Corps

World War Hulk: Gamma Corps #02 (2007)

World War Hulk: Gamma Corps #03 (2007)

World War Hulk: X-Men

World War Hulk: X-Men #02 (2007)

X-Men/Spider-Man

X-Men/Spider-Man #03 (2009)

Young Allies

Young Allies #01 (2010)

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