- "Aryan Brotherhood. They're not my kind of brothers."
- ―Alphonso Mackenzie
The Aryan Brotherhood is a white supremacist criminal organization operating in the United States of America.
Under the leadership of Kusack, the Aryan Brotherhood had welcomed Robert into their ranks, who proved to be a loud mouth but highly respected member of their group, earning the admiration of Danny. However, when Robert was ordered to transport a million dollars to make a deal, he instead found himself being confronted over his beliefs in a bar, leading to him killing a man. Robert then lost the million dollars but was saved by Anderson and Eliza Schultz, who turned Robert to Christianity as he renamed himself John Pilgrim. However, Kusack and Danny never forgot about Robert and vowed to get revenge for his betrayal of the Aryan Brotherhood.
War in Hell's Kitchen
The Aryan Brotherhood was involved in constant gang wars that took place in New York City. Not long after the imprisonment of Wilson Fisk in Ryker's Island, a gang led by Dutton made a deal with the Aryans so they could sell their drugs in the territory held by the Dogs of Hell.
Targeted by the Ghost Rider
Members of the Aryan Brotherhood operating in Los Angeles were hired by the Watchdogs to steal a box from the Momentum Labs facility in Pasadena. Despite their racist ideology, the Brotherhood agreed to work for the Chinatown Crew in exchange for a lot of money. They stole the box and loaded it onto a large truck which they parked in a warehouse, leaving it there for the Chinatown Crew to collect. However, the Ghost Rider started chasing them to punish them for all of their many crimes and had eventually caught up with them. At the same time, they were attacked by Quake who was tracing the sale of a weapon to the Watchdogs.
Though R. Moore fired a rocket at the Hell Charger, the vehicle flipped in the air, landing on its wheels undamaged and smashed into the side of the Aryan truck. The Ghost Rider had then proceeded to kill Moore and D. Anderson immediately, while M. Scott, whose soul had already been burned by Ghost Rider was left on the scene, and T. Mitchell was then brought by Ghost Rider to a hideout. Scott later died in hospital from his wounds, while Mitchell had then been killed by Ghost Rider after he had told him everything useful about the deals with the Chinatown Crew, as Ghost Rider drove the flaming Hell Charger into him.
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In chronological order:
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
- The Punisher