Arnim Zola

Arnim Zola is a fictional character a supervillain appearing in the Marvel Comics universe. He is a master of biochemistry, and frequent foe of Captain America and the Avengers.

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Iron Cross (Marvel Comics) - In Other Media - Video Games
... He is shown working with Arnim Zola when it comes to obtaining the DNA sample of Captain America ... the upgraded super-soldier serum that Red Skull was about to receive from Arnim Zola, Red Skull orders Iron Cross to kill Captain America while he and Arnim Zola get away ...
The Red Skull - In Other Media - Video Games
... He arrives at Arnim Zola's hideout with the Cosmic Cube in order to use the Cosmic Cube's power to activate the Sleeper ... the upgraded super-soldier serum sample from Arnim Zola (who stole some of Captain America's DNA), Captain America arrives and destroys the super-soldier serum sample ... In the post-credits, Red Skull orders Arnim Zola (who unplugs from his defeated Zola Bots) to get back to work stating that they will be seeing Captain ...
List Of Marvel Comics Characters: Z - Arnim Zola
... Arnim Zola is a supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe ... Created by Jack Kirby, the character first appeared in Captain America #208 (April 1977) ...
Masters Of Evil - In Other Media - Television
... and Executioner recruit Baron Heinrich Zemo to their side when they appear in Arnim Zola's laboratory ... get herself and the Masters of Evil back to Arnim Zola's lab ... Enchantress turns Chemistro to gold, trapped Living Laser in light form, and killed Arnim Zola ...
Arnim Zola - In Other Media - Video Games
... Arnim Zola appears as a villain in the video game Captain America Super Soldier, voiced by André Sogliuzzo ...

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