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Edwin Jarvis (Marvel)

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Bio:
Edwin Jarvis was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, but during World War II, he ran away to join the Canadian Royal Air Force to fight for Britain against the Nazis as an underage pilot. Perhaps it was during this time he acquired his accent and learned how to be a "gentlemen's gentlemen." Returning to the United States, he found a position as butler for Howard Stark and Maria Stark. He watched their mansion even after their death.

The Starks' son, Tony, called the first meeting of the Avengers as Iron Man and donated the house as headquarters, so that it became Avengers Mansion. Jarvis grew accustomed to the guests and served the Avengers for many years on, acting as a father figure to some newcomers. He is the only person who has been with the Avengers for their entire existence, a distinction not even Captain America can claim.

Aside from serving and supporting the Avengers, Jarvis has also had his share of various adventures. Once, early in his association with the team, Jarvis became desperate for money due to his mother's extreme illness. He accepted the money from the original Crimson Cowl (soon revealed to be the robot Ultron) in exchange for providing blueprints to the Avengers' mansion. Ultron captured the Avengers and hypnotized Jarvis to believe he was the Crimson Cowl. The Avengers soon turned the tables on Ultron and helped Jarvis regain his identity and restore his mother to health.

At other times, Jarvis helped rescue the hapless captive Judy Parks from Graviton and helped the Avengers subdue a time-displaced D'Artagnan. Once, Jarvis stood up to and fought the Bruiser, a neighborhood bully who robbed his mother. He further inspired her neighbors to join him in driving Bruiser out of the neighborhood.

During the fourth Masters of Evil attack on the mansion, Jarvis was savagely beaten and almost lost an eye to the marauders, brutally tortured by Mister Hyde. Jarvis was rescued by the Avengers and took a leave of absence to recuperate. Jarvis later returned once he had sufficiently healed from his injuries. Soon after, the Avengers temporarily disbanded from active duty, and Jarvis was temporarily relieved, until the Avengers reassembled. During the Avengers temporary disbanding, Jarvis met and began dating Glory Garsen.

Upon reassembling, the Avengers expanded their "ground crew" to include other non-superhuman job dutites, of which Jarvis enjoyed a senior position as "Chief of Staff." At one point, the Ground Crew was brainwashed by the Skeleton Crew into attacking the Avengers, although they were easily defeated and freed from the Skeleton Crew's control. When Crystal took up residence in the mansion with her daughter Luna, she brought with her a nanny, Marilla. The two became rivals over various domestic duties but over time became fond of each other. Eventually, the Avengers' Ground Crew was dismissed and Jarvis remained the sole domestic worker for the mansion once more.

Later still, Jarvis was relieved of duty when the Avengers disbanded again, this time presumably permanently due to the perceived death of many members by the entity known as Onslaught. Jarvis felt extremely displaced and sank into a depression, living off his pension from the Stark Foundation. Even so, he helped his former co-Ground Crew member Fabian Stankowicz deactivate his Protectorate robots, robots meant to replace the Avengers but had gone renegade. When the Avengers returned and reassembled, Jarvis also returned to service, with a renewed sense of duty.

Jarvis recently revealed that he had been sponsoring a foreign child, Maria de Guadalupe "Lupe" Santiago, and had the opportunity to meet her in person as she came to New York for college. The Avengers soon discovered Lupe was the superhuman adventurer Silverclaw and was placed in Jarvis' sponsorship precisely because of his connection to the Avengers. Silverclaw aided the Avengers against the arms dealer Moses Magnum, and was later offered provisional membership in the group.

When Spider-Man joined Tony Stark's reassembled Avengers, he moved his family into Stark Tower. Subsequently, Jarvis began developing a romantic relationship with Peter's Aunt May.

Notes:


First Appearance: Tales of Suspense (1959) #59

Other Identities:
Crimson Cowl (02 - Edwin Jarvis)

Favorite Characters:
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Issue Appearances:
A-Next (1998)
Age Of Heroes (2010)
Age of Innocence: The Rebirth of Iron Man (1996)
Alias (2001)
American Dream (2008)
Ant-Man's Big Christmas (2000)
Avengers (1998)
Avengers (2010)
Avengers (2011)
Avengers and Power Pack Assemble! (2006)
Avengers Assemble (2012)
Avengers Assemble (Panini) (2012)
Avengers Finale (2005)
Avengers Infinity (2000)
Avengers Next (2007)
Avengers Prime (2010)
Avengers Spotlight (1989)
Avengers Unconquered (2009)
Avengers Unplugged (1995)
Avengers West Coast (1989)
Avengers: Celestial Quest (2001)
Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2005)
Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes II (2007)
Avengers: Endless Wartime (2013)
Avengers: Solo (2011)
Avengers: The Crossing (1995)
Avengers: The Initiative (2007)
Avengers: The Ultron Imperative (2001)
Avengers: Timeslide (1996)
Avengers/Thunderbolts (2004)
AVX: VS (2012)
Black Panther (1998)
Blood and Glory (1992)
Bring Back the Bad Guys (1998)
Cable (1993)
Capitaine America (1970)
Capitão América (Portuguese edition) (1979)
Captain America (1968)
Captain America (1998)
Captain America (2002)
Captain America (2011)
Captain America Comic-Taschenbuch (1988)
Captain America Corps (2011)
Captain America Theater Of War: America The Beautiful (2009)
Captain America: Man Out of Time (2011)
Captain America: Red, White & Blue (2002)
Captain Marvel (1968)
Captain Marvel (2012)
Chaos War: Dead Avengers (2011)
Classic X-Men (1986)
Coober Skeber (1997)
Damage Control (vol. 2) (1989)
Daredevil (1964)
Dazzler (1981)
Deadpool (1997)
Die Fantastischen Vier & Die Rächer (2004)
Die Fantastischen Vier Comic-Album (1979)
Die Gruppe X Comic-Taschenbuch (1985)
Die Rächer (1979)
Die Rächer (2000)
Die Rächer (2001)
Die Spinne (1980)
Die Spinne Zweitauflage (1987)
Doctor Strange (1974)
Domination Factor: Avengers (1999)
Eternals (1985)
FantaCo's Chronicles Series (1981)
Fantastic Four (1961)
Fantastic Four (1968)
Fantastic Four (1998)
Fantastic Four Roast (1982)
Fear Itself (2011)
FF (2011)
Force Works (1994)
Free Comic Book Day 2013 (Infinity) (2013)
Free Comic Book Day 2014 (Guardians of the Galaxy) (2014)
Generation X (1994)
Giant-Size Avengers (1974)
Giant-Size Avengers (2008)
Guardians of the Galaxy (1990)
Hämähäkkimies / Spider-Man (1980)
Hawkeye (2003)
Hawkeye (2012)
Hawkeye: Blindspot (2011)
Hawkeye: Earth's Mightiest Marksman (1998)
Hellcat (2000)
Hulk (1981)
Hulk (2008)
Hulk Smash Avengers (2012)
I Am An Avenger (2010)
Incredible Hulks (2012)
Iron Fist (1975)
Iron Man (1968)
Iron Man (1998)
Iron Man Legacy (2010)
Iron Man: Iron Protocols (2009)
Iron Man: The Iron Age (1998)
Iron Man: The Legend (1996)
J2 (1998)
JLA/Avengers (2003)
John Romita's The Amazing Spider-Man Artist's Edition (2011)
Jungle Action (1972)
Kostajat / The Avengers (2011)
L`invincible Iron Man (1972)
L'incroyable Hulk (1968)
L'Uomo Ragno (1987)
Last Hero Standing (2005)
Last Planet Standing (2006)
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Loki: Agent of Asgard (2014)
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Marvel 1985 (2008)
Marvel Age (1983)
Marvel Collectible Classics: The Avengers (1998)
Marvel Comic-Stars (1981)
Marvel Double Feature (1973)
Marvel Double Shot (2003)
Marvel Fanfare (1982)
Marvel Graphic Novel (1982)
Marvel Heroes & Legends (1997)
Marvel Icons (2005)
Marvel Knights Spider-Man (2004)
Marvel Legends (2007)
Marvel Limited: X-Men Famous Firsts (1995)
Marvel Masterworks: The Fantastic Four (2003)
Marvel Super Action (1977)
Marvel Team-Up (1972)
Marvel Triple Action (1972)
Marvel Two-In-One (1974)
Marvel Two-In-One (2007)
Marvel-Comic-Sonderheft (1980)
Marvel: Heroes & Legends (1996)
Marvel: Portraits (1995)
Maximum Security (2000)
Mythos: Captain America (2008)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner (1990)
New Avengers (2005)
New Avengers (2010)
New Warriors (2014)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Avengers 2004 (2004)
Peter Parker: Spider-Man (1999)
Power Pack (1984)
Quasar (1989)
ROM (1979)
Ryhmä-X / X-Men (1984)
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Secret Invasion (2008)
Secret Invasion Chronicles (2009)
Secret Invasion: Requiem (2009)
Secret Wars II (1985)
She-Hulk (2004)
She-Hulk (2005)
Siege (2010)
Space: Punisher (2012)
Spider-Girl (1998)
Spider-Man Team-Up (1995)
Startling Stories: The Thing (2003)
Superalmanaque Marvel (1989)
Superior Spider-Man Team-Up (2013)
Tales of Suspense (1959)
The Adventures of the Thing (1992)
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963)
The Amazing Spider-Man (1999)
The Astonishing Spider-Man (2007)
The Avengers (1963)
The Avengers (UK) (1973)
The Defenders (1972)
The Incredible Hulk (1968)
The Marvel Encyclopedia (2006)
The Mighty Avengers (2007)
The Mighty World Of Marvel (2009)
The New Mutants (1983)
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe (1983)
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Master Edition (1990)
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Update '89 (1989)
The Sensational She-Hulk (1989)
The Sensational Spider-Man (1996)
The Spectacular Spider-Man (1976)
The Superior Foes of Spider-Man (2013)
The Thing (1983)
The Ultimate Graphic Novel Collection (2011)
The Uncanny X-Men (2004)
The Vision (1994)
The Vision and the Scarlet Witch (1982)
The Vision and the Scarlet Witch (1985)
Thor (1966)
Thor (1998)
Thunderbolts (1997)
Thunderstrike (1993)
Uncanny X-Men (1963)
Untold Tales of Spider-Man (1995)
USAgent (2001)
Warlock (1999)
Web of Spider-Man (1985)
Werewolf by Night (1972)
West Coast Avengers (1984)
What If? (1977)
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Williams-Sonoma Spider-Man & The Avengers (2011)
Wizard's Avengers Special (1999)
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X-51 (1999)
X-Factor (1986)
X-Men Forever 2 (2010)
X-Men Forever Giant-Size (2010)
X-Men: First Class (2006)
Young Avengers (2013)

Movie Appearances:
Iron Man (2008)

Group Affiliation(s):
Avengers (Marvel)(01 - Original Team)
Avengers (Marvel)(04 - International Team)
Avengers (Marvel)(MC2)

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