Fancy Dan

Fancy Dan is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe. He was one of the founding members of the Enforcers, a super villain group who was first pitted against Spider Man in the tenth issue of The Amazing Spider-Man in 1964.

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Enforcers (comics) - Fictional Team Biography
... After the Ox, later, appears to be killed, Montana and Fancy Dan team with a new Big Man, as well as with the Sandman and a new Crime Master, Nick Lewis, Jr ... unclear whether it is Raymond or Ronald Bloch who appears with Montana and Fancy Dan in subsequent battles with Spider-Man and She-Hulk ... Spider-Man defeats Fancy Dan and Montana, and saves Ox from being flattened by a falling rollercoaster ...
Fancy Dan - Other Media - Video Games
... of the video game has one of Hammerhead's minions stating that Fancy Dan "The Ladies Man" was found dead in a trash can apparently for flirting with Hammerhead's girlfriend Janice Foswell ...
Enforcers (comics) - In Other Media - Television
... Fancy Dan, in this version known as Ricochet similar to his own counterpart is a martial artist skilled enough to combat Spider-Man despite his superhuman powers ... At the end of the episode, Fancy Dan and Ox are captured but Montana escapes ... Ryker's Island with the Sinister Six however Montana stays behind as the Shocker while Ox and Fancy Dan escape with Hammerhead, Tombstone's henchman ...

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