The Hulk looks kinda cute there.
If memory serves, didn't he create her as a sort of mate, but she rejects him or tries to kill him? Sorry if this is a spoiler, it's just been too long ago, and I don't recall.
Richard Willis said:
I did a character search on GCD and found the issue that introduces the character called Ms. MODOK (really). It was in Hulk 290 (Dec83). I haven't read the issue as it was in the 1980-1988 period when I quit comics cold turkey. Interestingly (at least to me), GCD has two cover images. They appear to be a newsstand edition (bar-coded) and a comic shop non-returnable (no bar code) with two different prices:
Ms. Modok would have made a good foe for Ms. Marvel.
Now you've done it. AIM is busily working on IMODAS: Immobile Organism Designed Only for Snoozing!
Sure it's not Immobile, Organism Designed only for Snoring?
Why not? They probably couldn't hear it through those beehive helmets.
Before I'm tempted to make an immodium joke, I'll answer the original question; Yes.
Morpheus Obliges Designs Of Kirby.
Side question: Were the AIM costumes designed to mimic the anti-nuclear suit at the end of Dr. No?
Have we ever gotten an answer where the design came from...besides "out of Kirby's head"?
Didn't they first show up in about Tales of Suspense #77-79 or so?
Philip Portelli said:
His flying chair IS his bathroom!
Now you know why AIM guys dress like that! :-)