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Publication information
Publisher Marvel Comics
First appearance Incredible Hulk #126 (Apr 1970)
Created by Roy Thomas and Herb Trimpe
In-story information
Notable aliases Night-Crawler

Dark-Crawler is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.


Publication history

The character first appeared, as the Night-Crawler, in Incredible Hulk #126 (April 1970), and was created by Roy Thomas and Herb Trimpe. He also appeared as Night-Crawler in Marvel Fanfare #8 (May 1983).

The character appears as Dark-Crawler in Incredible Hulk #269-270 (March-April 1982), and Defenders #1 (March 2001).

Fictional character biography

The Dark-Crawler, formerly known as the Night-Crawler, is a large extradimensional humanoid being with a tail. He is originally from a "dark dimension" (not related to Dormammu's dimension).[volume & issue needed] He later became master of the Undying Ones' dimension after defeating the Nameless One.[volume & issue needed]

He later assisted Empress Daydra and the Sagittarians, along with the Hulk, Torgo, and Amphibion against the Galaxy Master and the Abomination.[1]

He later confronts Doctor Strange; he is now twenty-five feet tall. [2]


  1. ^ Incredible Hulk #270
  2. ^ "Defenders" Vol2 #1

External links

  • Dark-Crawler at the Appendix to the Handbook of the Marvel Universe

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