- "Two dishwashers. One Jamaican, the other American. Like brothers... they built their empire together. Bushmaster's Rum, Harlem's Paradise. Until the Italian gangsters and the Irish cops and the politicians them come for their company. But mi fada nah wan' sell. He's Jamaican. We resist. But Buggy Stokes, him cave in when they told him that he could keep the bar, and make a likkle profit off the rum if he got rid of mi fada. So he kill mi fada. But not before mi fada shot him back in him belly. It took Buggy Stokes five month to die."
Moving to the United States from Jamaica, Quincy McIver worked as the dishwasher, together with Buggy Stokes. They became good friends, and worked together to purchase the nightclub, named Harlem's Paradise. McIver personally designed an interior of the club and shared the recipe of the Bushmaster Rum that was highly popular.
Eventually, Italian Mob, Irish policemen and the local politicians were interested in taking Harlem's Paradise over. McIver ultimately refused to give the club that they built by their own. However, they contacted Stokes, promising him that he could keep the bar and earn the profit if he got rid of McIver. Stokes attacked McIver, shooting him down, however, McIver managed to shot him back in the belly before his death.
- Harlem's Paradise: Together with Buggy Stokes, McIver purchased the nightclub in New York City, which was redecorated by McIver himself. Their business was successful, due to the revenue from Bushmaster Rum production.
- Gwen McIver † - Wife
- John McIver - Son
- Ingrid Mackintosh - Sister-in-Law
- Paul Mackintosh † - Brother-in-Law
- Stokes Crime Family - Allies turned Enemies
- Luke Cage
- In the comics, Quincy McIver was the brother of John McIver who took his fallen brother's alias of Bushmaster. He joined the Serpent Society and often came into conflict with Captain America.