Hibbert, Ellen
Real Name: Ellen Hibbert
Occupation: Police officer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status:
Known Relatives: Hope Hibbert (daughter)
Group Affiliation: NYPD
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Sensationel Spider-Man #22

Hibbert, Hope
Real Name: Hope Hibbert
Occupation: None, still a child
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Ellen Hibbert (mother)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Except for Hope being deaf, she has the abilities of a normal child of her age
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Sensationel Spider-Man #22
Sensationel Spider-Man #30

Hiber
See:
Appendix, Alien Races, Hiber

Hidalgo

See: Appendix, Marvel Countries, Hidalgo

Higgins, Chad
Real Name: Chad Higgins
Occupation: Cop
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: X-Factor #13
List Of Appearances:
X-Factor #13

High Evolutionary
Real Name: Herbert Edgar Wyndham
Occupation: Geneticist
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Manchester, England
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Mrs. Wyndham (mother, presumed deceased), unnamed maternal aunt (presumed deceased)
Group Affiliation: Mentor of New Immortals, former leader of Knights of Wundagore, The Purifiers, Eliminators, Gatherers, Sensors
Source Of Powers: Evolution to the peak of human potential by his genetic accelerator
Powers: Superhuman intellect, uses a body armor. Like Molecule Man able to psionically manipulate all forms of matter and energy
First Appearance: Thor Vol.1 #134
List Of Appearances;
Thor Vol.1 #134-135 (with Thor fought Man-Beast and his evil New Men)
Tales To Astonbish #94-96 (recruited Hulk to fight his New Men on Wundagore II)
Marvel Premiere #1-2
Warlock Vol.1 #1
Warlock Vol.1 #3
Warlock Vol.1 #5
Warlock Vol.1 #8
Fantastic Four Vol.1 172-175 (with Fantastic Four fought Galactus)
Avengers Vol.1 #186 (part of origin)
Marvel Two-In-One #62-63
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #266 (attempted suiside by fighting Hulk)
X-Factor Annual 3 (Evolutionary War, + part of origin)
Punisher Annual 1 (revealed to be behind the Eliminators attack on El Caiman in Columbia. In 1930 at Oxford University, biology student Herbert Edgar Wyndham us works on some DNA ar a laboratory. Suddenly Professor Reardom comes in and Wyndham ask him what he is doing here at this hour. Professor Reardom tells Wyndham that he is the head of the department and he can visit whenever he wished. He ask Wyndham what it is he is working on, and Wyndham tells the professor that it is a pet project he has been working on for some time now, nd he rather not tell at this moment. Professor Reardom tells Wyndham that he think it's distressing that a student with such diligent work habits can be earning sich mediocre drades, and if his academic standings doesn't improve by the end of the semester, his scholarship will be ended. Two days later Reardon is present at a demostration of Wyndham's work. He doesn't believe in Wyndham's theories, the next day Wyndham leaves the faculty. A few motnh later, he persuades hims mother to go live with her sister, so Wyndham could rent out the family home to finance his experiments. He uses the dog Dempsey, whom he transforms into a "New Man" his first successfull "New Man". Dempsey runs oit of the laboratory, and is shot down by a man named Ape believing the creature to be a deer. Wyndman is sadden by the death of his dog. A month later in Paris he meets with Jonathan and Merriah Drew. Jonathan tells Wyndham that Merriam has just inherited a small track of land in Balkan, and the three of them and the Drew's daughter alldecides to move to Balkan)
Silver Surfer Annual 1 (Evolutionary War, + part of origin)
New Mutants Annual 4 (Evolutionary War)
Fantastic Four Annual 21 (Evolutionary War, + part of origin)
Amazing Spider-Man Annual 22 (Evolutionary War, + part of origin)
Uncanny X-Men Annual 10 (Evolutionary War)
Web Of Spider-Man Annual 4 (Evolutionary War, + part of origin)
West Coast Avengers Annual 3 (Evolutioinary War)
Spectacular Spider-Man Annual 8 (Evolutionary War)
Avengers Annual 17 (Evolutionary War)

High Priest
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Cult leader
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Leader of The Cult of the Pharaoh
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #24
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #24 ("flashback", Leila told that she had been kidnapped by The Cult of the Pharaoh, but escaped)
Marvel Comics Presents #25 (kidnapped Leila again)
Marvel Comics Presents #27 (threatnened Havok)
Marvel Comics Presents #28
Marvel Comics Presents #30 (flashback to where Leila O'Toole first was taken into the cult)

High Priestess
Real Name: Marea
Occupation: Cult leader
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #3
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #3 (Elements Of Terror, met Man-Thing)
Marvel Comics Presents #4 (Elements Of Terror, revealed that she controlled Man-Thing)
Marvel Comics Presents #5 (Elements Of Terror, had Man-Thing hit Monteiro)
Marvel Comics Presents #6 (Elements Of Terror)
Marvel Comics Presents #7 (Elements Of Terror, attacked by Zahner's men)
Marvel Comics Presents #8 (Elements Of Terror, saved by Man-Thing)
Marvel Comics Presents #9 (Elements Of Terror)
Marvel Comics Presents #10 (Elements Of Terror)
Marvel Comics Presents #11 (Elements Of Terror, shot by Harris, survived, cut Harris in the face, finally shot by Harris)
Final Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #11

Highlander
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Would-be superhero
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Presumed somewhere in Ireland
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Kinsmen
Source Of Powers: Unrevealed
Powers: Has the ability to grow in size and strenght
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #43
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #43 (fought and defeated by Siryn)

Highnote
Real Name: Raoul Hernandez
Occupation: Singer
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Colombia
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The Young Gods
Source Of Powers: Member of the Young Gods
Powers: Teleportation, able to create sonic vibrations
First Appearance: Thor Vol.1 #300
List Of Appearances:
Thor Vol.1 #300 (presented to the Celestials)
Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #8
Marvel Comics Presents #101-109 (with the Young Gods, fought Nuada)

Hijacker
Real Name: Howard Mitchell
Occupation: Owner of Mitchell Armored Truck Co., thief
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Cause of Death: Shot by Scourge I with an explosive bullet
First Appearance: Tales To Astonish #40
List of Appearances:
Tales To Astonish #40 (robbed his own armored trucks using memory-sapping gas; thwarted by Ant-Man, unmasked)
Marvel Two-In-One #24 (attempted robbery at Stark West, thwarted by the Thing and Black Goliath)
Marvel Two-In-One #96 (among villains who attempted to kill the Thing while he was in the hospital, defeated by Iron Man)
Captain America Vol.1 #319 (among villains brought to the Bar With No Name by Firebrand I; shot and killed by Scourge I)
Final Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #319

Hillman, Terrence
Real Name: Terrence Hillman
Occupation: Actor
Other Aliases: Daredevil (imposter)
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Terrence is a second-rated actor, who had trouble getting jobs, shows good athletic abilities and do good impersonating
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.2 #25
History: Terrence Hillmann used to be a struggling actor, who had a hard time finding roles to do, when the trial Samuel Griggs against Daredevil came about, Terrence decided in order to help the case in that there was more that one Daredevil, he went in toe court claiming tobe the original Daredevil (see: Daredevil;Griggs, Samuel).
List of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.2 #25 (During the Griggs vs. Daredevil trial, drops through a window in the courtroom, saying "stop this trial", telling the court that his name is Terrence Hillman, and the world may know him as Daredevil, and it was him that broke the greenhouse, not the Daredevil on trial. Terrence gives Griggs a check on the $50,000 but Griggs isn't convinced, and wants to know who the Daredevil on the witness stand is if he is the real Daredevil. Terrence claims that he is the new Daredevil, his successor. The trial is then ended. Outside the courtroom Terrence tells the press that he has now decided to retire as a superhero, and now wants to write a book. Later the same night, Daredevil pays Terrence a visit, wanting to have an explanation for him coming to the trial claiming to be Daredevil. Terrence tells him that it was his own idea, wanting public attention, can "sell" himself as "the former" Daredevil, and wanting to impress a girl. Daredevil gives Terrence an advice before leaving, give atleast 50% of what he earns as "the former" Daredevil to charity, and if he doesn't Daredevil will come back to haunt him. The next day Spider-Man and Daredevil has a conversation, where Daredevil informs Spider-Man that Terrence is getting two-million-dollar in advance on "his memories")

Him
See: Warlock

Hinkler, Mr.
Real Name: Hinkler (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Security Chief at Madison Square Garden
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: None
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #269
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #269 (Greets Captain America when he arrives at the Garden.)

Hiromitsu

Real Name: Hiromitsu
Occupation: Servant of Junto Muto
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: "The Hand"
Source of Powers: Manipulation of forces of magic
Powers/Abilities: Loyal, won't stop at murder to accomplish his goals. Hiromitsu is capable of manipulating the forces of magic, to teleport and take control of magical creatures
First Appearance: New Warriors Vol.2 #5
History:
List of Appearances:
New Warriors Vol.2 #5 (at an unknown place, seen helping Junzo Muto steal the chi power from Steel Serpent)
New Warriors Vol.2 #8 (watches as Junzo begins to fight the New Warriors. Watches as the New Warriors escapes with the now powerless Iron Fist)
New Warriors Vol.2 #10 (talks with a shadowy figure, revealed to be Junzo Muto, who tells Hiromitsu that instead of calling him Master Junzo he should call him the Iron Fist.....)
Iron Fist/Wolverine #1 (wants a worf with Junzo, calls him Master Junzo once more. Junzo tells him that he shouldn't call him master they have known each other for way to long for him to call him master, and that he has been like a father to him. Later learns from Junzo that Iron Fist is now in Tokyo and that their plan for K'un Lun and the taking over thw world can now begin)
Iron Fist/Wolverine #2 (alongside Junzo comes to the cell of Iron Fist and Yu-Ti. When Yu-Ti tells Junzo that he learned from the Dragon Kings the odd fact that Junao would team-up with Hiromitsu, the man behind the death of Junzo's parents. Junzo screams to Hiromitsu, "You lied to me!, my entire life has been a lie" whereto Hiromitsu answers "no wait! it was your destiny to join us! I had to --". When Iron Fist tries to stop Junzo, he tells him to back off, threatening to kill him, but instead of giving Iron Fist the killing blow, he strikes Hiromitsu death, and steals his wizard powers. In flashback, the Hall of Ancestors is the first part of K'un Lun to arrive in Tokyo. Junzo Muto and Hiromitsu comes and introduces themselves to Yu-Ti and the Dragon Kings. When Yu-Ti tries to make the Dragon Kings help him in the battle against Junzo Muto, Hiromitsu uses his magical powers to take control of the Dragon Kings, preventing them from changing back to their humaniod forms.)

Hirsch, Deborah
Real Name: Deborah Hirsch
Occupation: Unrevealed
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: None
Cause of Death: Soul taken by Satana, using the Basilisk
First Appearance: Marvel Premiere #27
List of Appearances:
Marvel Premiere #27 (used as a host body for Dansker; saved from witch burning by Satana; when Satana realized Dansker was within her, took her soul)
Final Appearance: Marvel Premiere #27

Hitch
Real Name: Hitch (full name unrevealed)
Occupation: Working at Boothe's stables
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Nomad Vol.1 #2
List Of Appearances:
Nomad Vol.1 #2

Hitman
Real Name: Burt Kenyon
Occupation: Criminal, mercenary, assassin, former soldier
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Maggia
Source Of Powers: None
Abilities: Excellent marksman
Cause Of Death: Fell from the Statue of Liberty
First Appearance: Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.1 #4
List Of Appearances;
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.1 #4
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.1 #5
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #175 (fought Punisher and Spider-Man, about to fall down from Statue of Liberty, told Punisher that he owes him, Punisher saves Spider-Man instead, and Hitman fell down and died)
Final Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #175

HJI
Real Name: HJI
Occupation: Teacher at the Intergalactic Institute of Advanced Learning
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth:
Marital Status:
Known Relatives:
Group Affiliation: Intergalactic Institute of Advanced Learning
Source of Powers:
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Avengers Spotlight #24
History:
List of Appearances:
Avengers Spotlight #24 (onboard the SHIELD orbiter, when Firebird learned the true nature of her powers)

Ho Dadi, Abu
Real Name: Abu Ho Dadi
Occupation: thief
Other Aliases: Prince of Rogues
Place of Birth: Bagmom
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Howard the Duck Annual 1
List of Appearances:
Howard the Duck Annual 1 (Leads an army of thieves into the Caliph's palace in order to stop Hassim from selling Bagmom's oil to Roxxon.)

Ho Ti
Real Name: Ho Ti
Occupation: God of happiness
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Ho Ti is alleged a god
Powers: Superhuman strength
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #55
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #55 (fought Collective Man)

Hoag, Mrs
Real Name: Anne Marie Hoag
Occupation: Owner of Damage Control (former) Director of Operations
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Mr. Hoag (husband, whereabouts unknown)
Group Affiliation: Damage Control
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #19
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #19 (helped Josie rebuild Josie's Joint, and hired John Porter)
Damage Control #1 (Introduces John Porter and Robin Chapel.)
Damage Control #2(Attends a staff meeting.)
Damage Control #3 (Cancels Henry’s Image Enhancement Program.)
Damage Control II #1 (Is offered a position on the Commission for Superhuman Activities, accepts and appoints Robin as the new Director of Operations.)
Damage Control II #3 (Tells Nick Fury about Albert’s plan to retake Damage Control.)
Damage Control II #4 (Won’t vote in favor of the Superhuman Registration Act, and Dittomaster impersonates Gyrich and tries to force her to. She fights him off and turns him over to SHIELD. With SHIELD, pays to get Damage Control back from Carlton Co. Instead of going back to her position with Damage Control and instead joins a pro superhero political action committee.)
Damage Control III #1-4
Iron Man Annual 11 (sent letter to Tony Stark asking if he would attend a charity dinner for Powerpac)

Hoan, Jessan
See:
Tyger Tiger

Hobgoblin I
See: Shapeshifter

Hobgoblin II
Real Name: Roderick Kingsley
Occupation: Retired professional criminal, former businessman, former owner of Kingsley, Inc.
Other Aliases: Hobgoblin II
Place Of Birth: ?
Marital Status: ?
Known Relatives: Daniel Kingsley (brother)
Group Affiliation: Former ally of The Rose
Source Of Powers: Norman Osborns' original "Goblin" formula
Powers: Superhuman strenght + used the weapons, like a bioeletric brain-washing device and transportations of the original Green Goblin
First Appearance (as Roderick Kingsley): Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.1 #43
First Appearance (as Hobgoblin): Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #238
List Of Appearances;
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.1 #43
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #238 (as shadowy person, contacted by Georgie, given all the stuff which Georgie found at the Green Goblin headquaters, kills Georgie when he makes his van explode. Testing Osborn's weapons, and designs his own costume calling himself the Hobgoblin)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #239 (continues his break-ins at Osborn warehouses all over town, at one of the places surprised by Spider-Man who fights him, is almost beaten, but manage to escape)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #244 ("Lefty" Donovan comes to inform his boss that their latest robbery at Osborn has been successfull)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #245 (at the secret hideout at Long Island, a shadowy person is testing the goblin-formula, it explodes, and leaves the man unconscious, a shadowy guy comes and saves the unconscious man. Later he controls the glider used by "Lefty" Donovan to crash into a building killing "Lefty" before he can reveal the true identity of Hobgoblin. The shadowy person is seen watching tv, seeing that "Lefty" has been killed, swearing that he will return as soon as he has improved the "Goblin-formula")
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #249 (sends letters to highly respectable members of the society, because of stuff they did in their past that he has read about in the Goblin journals. Calls to a meeting at the Century Club. At the meeting, appears as the Hobgoblin, blasting Harry Osborn and fighting Spider-Man. But before he can give Spider-Man the final blow, he is stopped by Kingpin, and leaves)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #250 (in his secret hideout Hobgoblin is making new plans. Later as Kingsley, he is having a conversation with Stephanie, but is more focused on the fact that his borther is out of town, so he accidently calls Stephanie for Sheila, she gets amgry and leaves, and at the same time Spider-Man coems to learn more about why Hobgoblin is blackmailing Kingsley. Later via his spider-tracer Spider-Man finds Hobgoblin's hideout, and the two of them begins to fight each other. In the fight all Osborn's journals are destroyed)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #251 (Spider-Man and Hobgoblin continues their fight in the burning hideout of Hobgoblin's. When Hobgoblin is about to beat Spider-Man, the ceiling begins to fall down, and Hobgoblin decides to leave in his van, without Hobgoblin notizing Spider-Man get's onboard the van. After a short drive, Spider-Man get's up from under the car, and begins to break the window while Hobgoblin continues to drive. After a while Spider-Man climbs up on the top of the van, and manages to get inside, the two of them now fights inside the running van. The van drives into the water, and Hobgoblin accidently makes the van explode. Spider-Man gets out alive, but he can't see Hobgoblin, only discovering his mask)
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.1 #85
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #254 (flashback)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #255 (in an unknown location, a man is seen is the shadows in possession of the Hobgoblin's van, saying how very disappointed he is that Spider-Man hasn't come to get him yet)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #257 (appears at The Rose's headquaters, introducing himself to The Rose and his men)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #258 (at The Rose's headquaters as part of a test by The Rose, attacked by 6 of The Rose's men, defeats them all in 5 seconds)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #259 (pays Hudson a visit, Hudson is setting up an illegal casino in a "deserted train yard", Hobgoblin wants 10% of the profit. Later pays Santellio a visit as well, Santellio is also running an illegal gambling operation. Still later pays The Rose a visit, telling him that the next he wants to pay a business call to are Mr. & Mrs. Harry Osborn)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #260 (have a short conversation with The Rose. And is send off to his mission. Later at Osborn Manufacturing Hobgoblin comes crashing through a window at Harry Osborn's office, and attacks Harry, but Spider-Man arrives soon after and begins to fight Hobgoblin. Manages to escape)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #261 (In a warehouse, Liz Osborn and MJ are introduced to one of the men behind their kidnapping none other than the supervillain Hobgoblin. MJ asks him why they have been brought their and he tells them that he will use them in his "business transactions" with Harry Osborn. He threatens Liz and pushes her down. MJ attacks him, but is easily stopped. He walks out of the room where their are kept, and have a talk with The Rose. The Rose tells Hobgoblin that they needs each other, while thinking to himself that they only needs each other for them moment, and that fact might change in the near future. Later in Cental Park, Harry meets with Hobgoblin. When Harry won't give Hobgoblin the journals without telling him where MJ and Liz are, Hobgoblin knocks Harry out and gets away with the journals and Harry. From the shadows, Spider-Man is watching, hating himself for using Harry as bait, but feeling it necessary for getting closer to Hobgoblin. Hobgoblin meets with The Rose again at the warehouse, but Spider-Man has been following him, and begins to attack The Rose's men. Spider-Man comes to rescue Harry, MJ and Liz. During the fight the warehouse begins to burn, but Hobgoblin manages to escape to his secret hideout)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #263 (flashback)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #276
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #281
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #283-285
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.1 #130
Spider-Man: Hobgoblin Lives #1 (killed Hobgoblin III)
Spider-Man: Hobgoblin Lives #2
Spider-Man: Hobgoblin Lives #3 (secret of Hobgoblin revealed)
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.1 #259-261 (after defeat by Norman Osborn, seen hiding out in Isla Suerte)

Hobgoblin II (robot)
Real Name: None
Occupation: None
Other Aliases: None
Place of Creation: Unrevealed
Creator: Roderick Kingsley
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: Inapplicable
Group Affiliation: Ally of Roderick Kingsley
Source of Powers: Robotic components
Powers/Abilities: Unrevealed, seemed to have been remote-controlled by the real Hobgoblin
Cause of Destruction: Smashed by Harry Osborn
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #249
History:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #249 (introduced as the Hobgoblin at the "meeting" at the Century Club, to all the guestsd, but when Harry Osborn attacks Hobgoblin and hit his head off, it's revealed that the Hobgoblin is a robot)
Final Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #249

Hobgoblin II (first imposter)
See: Donovan, "Lefty"

Hobgoblin II (second imposter)
See: Thompson, "Flash"

Hobgoblin II (third imposter)
See: Leeds, "Ned"

Hobgoblin III
Real Name: James Philip Macendale, Jr.
Occupation: Professioal criminal, former mercenary
Other Aliases: Hobgoblin
Place Of Birth: Boston, Massachusetts
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: James Philip Macendale, Sr. (father, presumed deceased), Karen Macendale (ex-wife), James Philip Macendale III (son)
Group Affiliation: Former member of Sinister Six II
Source Of Powers: Magic, injection of serum
Powers: (as Jack O'Lantern): None uses weapons and transportation (as Hobgoblin): Superhuman strenght, speed, stamina as well as many supernatural and demonic abilities, had a psionic link with Demogoblin.
Cause Of Death: Blasted by Hobgoblin I
First Appearance: Machine Man Vol.1 #19
List Of Appearances;
Machine Man Vol.1 #19
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.1 #56 (fought Spider-Man for the first time)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #254 (called on the phone by one of his men, told about the Hobgoblin's van. The van is brougth to a secret place, but Spider-Man finds them, and the two of them begins to fight, Spider-Man namages to defeat Jack O'Lantern in the end)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #255 (flashback)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #289 (taking Hobgoblin ID)
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.1 #147 (transformed into demonic Hobgoblin)
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.1 #161
Darkhawk #1 (seen to be in league with Philippe Bazin)
Darkhawk #2 (fights Darkhawk and Spider-Man, escapes)
Darkhawk #3 (again fights Darkhawk and Spider-Man, escapes)
Spider-Man Vol.1 #68 (with Cell-12, fought Spider-Man II)
Spider-Man Vol.1 #69 (fought Spider-Man II)
Spider-Man: The Hobgoblin Lives #1
(killed)
Final Appearance: Spider-Man: The Hobgoblin Lives #1

Hobgoblin IV
See: Demogoblin

Hochberg, Roger
Real Name: Roger Hochberg
Occupation: Grad student
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Mrs. Hochberg (mother), unnamed father (deceased)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #223 (at the school's library, watches as Red Ghost arrives, escapes. Later went to a party with Peter Parker, introduced to Mia. Some of the guests tries to get Roger drunk, he runs away from the party. Suddenly the Red Ghost and his superapes appears again trying to kill Roger. Spider-Man helps Roger and after red Ghost escapes, Roger is watched by the girls at E.S.U as a hero)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #243 (Peter comes to E.S.U and talks with Roger, telling him that Roger needs to find a new lab partner, becaise he'll be leaving the gratuade program)
Spider-Man Unlimited #5 (Tells Peter about the theft of two dozen nuclear triggers. Talks to SHIELD agents.)

Hockins, Mr.
Real Name: Hockins (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Worker at Department of Public Works in Miami
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Spider-Man Unlimited #19
List of Appearances:
Spider-Man Unlimited #19 (Is drugged by the Lizard and turned a lizard-person, drugs Spider-Man.)

Hoder
Real Name: Hoder
Occupation: God of winter
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Asgard
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Balder (brother)
Group Affiliation: Gods of Asgard
Source of Powers: Member of the Asgardian race
Powers: Superhuman strength and resistance to injury
First Appearance: Thor Vol.1 #274
List of Appearances:
Thor Vol.1 #274 (shot Balder with arrow of mistletoe)

Hodge, Cameron
Real Name: Cameron Hodge
Occupation: Former lawyer, advetising executive and PR director
Other Aliases: The Commander
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Leader of the Right, former employee of X-Factor
Source Of Powers: None, but used a powersuit at some point
Powers: (in powersuit) Had the ability to fire explosive missiles
Cause Of Death: Killed in destruction of Phalanx hive
First Appearance: X-Factor #1
History: Cameron Hodge was the roommate of Warren K. Worthington III (See: Angel II) at the private school Warren attended before he came to Professor Xavier's School for gifted Youngsters. Warren mistakenly believed Cameron to be his friend, but Cameron deeply resented Warren for his good looks, vast fortune and other advantages. After gratuation Cameron became a lawyer, but later turned to advertising and public relations. When Warren got the idea of X-Factor he hired his old "friend" Cameron Hodge, which was a huge mistake, because Cameron Hodge was secretly planning the destruction of mutants through his organisation The Right (see: X-Factor; Right).
List Of Appearances;
X-Factor #1 (introduced by Angel as X-Factor's Public Relations representative)
X-Factor #3 (had meeting with Senator Thompson)
X-Factor #4 (send X-Factor to Ferreden Boys School to investigate a mutant)
X-Factor #5
X-Factor #7 (disguised as member of X-Factor)
X-Factor #8
X-Factor #9
Amazing Spiderman Vol.1 #282 (made contract with J. Jonah Jameson on behalf of X-Factor to bring in Spider-Man I)
X-Factor #10 (Mutant Massacre)
X-Factor #11 (Mutant Massacre)
X-Factor #12
X-Factor #13
X-Factor #16
X-Factor #17 (revealed as the man behind The Right)
X-Factor #18 (greeted X-Factor on their return)
X-Factor #21 (at the reading of the will of Warren Worthington, revealed to have total control of Warren's fortune)
X-Factor #22
X-Factor #23 (robot resembling Cameron destroyed in fight with X-Factor)
X-Factor #33 (prepared for battle with Warren)
X-Factor #34 (killed Candy Southern, began fight with Warren)
X-Factor #36 (Inferno; body only, revealed to have died in the fight with Warren)
Cable Vol.2 #16
Final Appearance: Cable Vol.2 #16

Hodman, Mr.
Real Name: Hodman (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Foorballplayer for SF Skyhawks
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: SF Skyhawks
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Hodman is an excellent football player
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #253
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #253 (on the team that beats NY Mammoths 34-28)

Hogan, Crusher
Real Name: Joseph Hogan
Occupation: ex-wrestler
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Formerly Championship Wrestling
Powers/Abilities: Good wrestler
First Appearance: Amazing Fantasy Vol.1 #15
List of Appearances:
Amazing Fantasy Vol.1 #15

Hogan, Harry "Happy"
Real Name: Harry Hogan
Occupation: ex-chauffeur for Tony Stark, ex-professional boxer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: Clay Hogan (brother), Pepper Potts (ex-wife)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Harry is a good hand-to-hand combatant
First Appearance: Tales Of Suspense #45
List of Appearances:
Tales Of Suspense #45 (saves Tony Stark's life. Hired as his chauffeur)

Hogan, "Nails"
Real Name: "Nails" Hogan
Occupation: Criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: None
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #34
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #34 (with his gang, attempted to fight Spider-Man alongside Kraven the Hunter; defeated by Spider-Man, tied up with Kraven)

Hogarth, Jeryn
Real Name: Jeryn Hogarth
Occupation: Lawyer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Divorced
Known Relatives: ? (ex-wife), ? (daughter), unnamed mother
Group Affiliation: Lawyer for Heroes For Hire (I)
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Power Man & Iron Fist #110 (present at a debutante's ball alongside his daughter, and ex-wife)
Fantastic Four Vol.3 #35
Immortal Iron Fist #1 (with Danny Rand negosiates with Xao of Wai-Go Industries. Danny turns the deal down, much to Hogarth's disbelief)
Immortal Iron Fist #2 (Jeryn informs Danny that Wai-Go Industries has begun a hostile take-over of Rand Corp)
Immortal Iron Fist #3
Immortal Iron Fist #4 (Jeryn is talking on the phone with Xao of Wai-Go Industries)
Immortal Iron Fist #5
(Hogarth tells ? that the people of Wai-Go Industries has kidnapped his mother, and mailed him her finger)
Immortal Iron Fist #6 (kidnapped himself by HYDRA)
Immortal Iron Fist #5 (Hogarth tells ? that the people of Wai-Go Industries has kidnapped his mother, and mailed him her finger)
Immortal Iron Fist #5 (Hogarth tells ? that the people of Wai-Go Industries has kidnapped his mother, and mailed him her finger)
Immortal Iron Fist #5 (Hogarth tells ? that the people of Wai-Go Industries has kidnapped his mother, and mailed him her finger)

Hogarth, Mrs.
Real Name: Hogarth (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Unrevealed
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Jeryn Hogarth (son) ? (ex-daughter-in-law), ? (granddaughter)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Mrs. Hogarth possesses the normal strenght of a person her age, build and size. Special Limitations: Mrs. Hogarth is misisng a finger which has been cut of by criminals
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Immortal Iron Fist #5 (behind-the scene. Jeryn Hogarth tells ? that the people of Wai-Go Industries has kidnapped his mother, and mailed him her finger)

Hogun The Grim
Real Name: Hogun
Occupation: Warrior of Asgard, adventurer
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: An unnamed land in the Asgardian dimension
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Warrior Three
Source Of Powers: Hogun is a member of the Asgardian race
Powers: Superhuman strenght, speed, stamina, durability, agility and reflexes. Superb hand-to-hand combatant and horseman, master of most Asgardian weapons especially the mace
First Appearance: Journey Into Mystery #119
List Of Appearances;
Journey Into Mystery #119
Journey Into Mystery #122
Journey Into Mystery #124-125 (helped repel attack of flying trolls)
Thor Vol.1 #129-131 (with Thor fought forces of Harokin)
Thor Vol.1 #134-136 (with Thor fought Fafnir)
Thor Vol.1 #137-145
Thor Annual 2
Tales To Astonish #101/Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #102 (encountered Hulk)
Thor Vol.1 #155-157 (fought Mangog)
Silver Surfer Vol.1 #4 (encountered Silver Surfer)
Thor Vol.1 #169-170 (with Thor fought Thermal Man)
Thor Vol.1 #177 (fought Surtur)
Thor Vol.1 #180-181
Thor Vol.1 #185-187
Thor Vol.1 #195-198
Thor Vol.1 #201-205
Thor Vol.1 #213-217
Thor Vol.1 #242-245 (with Thor fought Zarrko The Tomorrow Man)
Marvel Spotlight Vol.1 #30 (defeated diamond excange robbers in New York)
Thor Vol.1 #248-250 (with Thor fought Mangog and Igron)
Thor Vol.1 #256-263 (with Thor on quest to find Odin)
Thor Vol.1 #264-266 (fought Executioner, Loki, Enchantress and Destroyer)
Thor Vol.1 #274-278
Thor Vol.1 #287-288 (fought Fafnir)
Avengers Vol.1 #249 (fought Surtur on Earth)
Thor Vol.1 #350-352 (fought Surtur on Earth)
Thor Vol.1 #392-393, 395 (sent to Earth to locate Thor, suffered concussion and dementia fought Daredevil, marked for death by Seth)
Thor Vol.1 #398-400 (helped defend Asgard against forces of Seth)
Thor Vol.1 #404-406
Avengers Vol.1 #310 (with Avengers fought Blastaar)
New Mutants Vol.1 #84 (rescued from Flying Trolls by New Mutants)
Thor Vol.1 #421-426 (helped fight Surtur and Ymir)
Marvel: The Lost Generation #5

Holden, Ruth
Real Name: Dr. Ruth Holden
Occupation: Scientist
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Captain America Comics #2
List Of Appearances:
Captain America Comics #2 (went in search of Dr. Clay, captured by Kepiquatzl, saved by Makkari)

Holden, "Sam"
Real Name: Dr. Samuel "Sam" Holden
Occupation: Professor of anthropology at City College
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Eternals Vol.1 #6
List Of Appearances:
Eternals Vol.1 #6(introduced pupils to the Eternals and Deviants)
Eternals Vol.1 #8 (prepared paper on the Eternals and Deviants)
Eternals Vol.1 #11-12 (brought to Olympia by Sersi, participated in the Uni-Mind)
Eternals Vol.1 #14-16 (observed the Eternals battle with the Hulk Robot)
Eternals Vol.1 #18 (aided the government in investigating the Celestials)
Eternals Vol.2 #1 (realized he was one of the few humans who could remember the Celestials)
Eternals Vol.2 #3-6 (witnessed Sersi's attempts to interest Dave Chatterton in life)
Eternals Vol.2 #8 (met Ghaur at Sersi's party)
Eternals Vol.2 #10 (directed Dave Chatterton to Olympia)

Hollyway, Holden
Real Name: Holden Hollyway
Occupation: Senior partner at Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway lawfirm
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Unnamed son (deceased), unnamed daughter-in-law (deceased), Sasha Hollyway (granddaughter, aka Southpaw)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: She-Hulk Vol.3 #1
History:
List of Appearances:
She-Hulk Vol.3 #1 (has one of his best lawyers Mallory Book in court for Mr. Paxton, against She-Hulk, ends up losing the trial, but later gets a mistrial. Later visits She-Hulk at a bar telling her that he wants to hire her, not She-Hulk the party-girl and adventurer, but Jennifger Walters the lawyer. Jen accepts in the end before passing out due to her being drunk)
She-Hulk Vol.3 #5
She-Hulk Vol.3 #6 (coming back from "The Big House" with She-Hulk who feels cheated that the only reason why he hired her in the first place was to get his granddaughter out of prison)

Holy
Real Name: Hector Redondo
Occupation: Vigilante, Catholic priest
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Vigilante Squad
Source of Powers: None
Cause of Death: Gunshot wounds
First Appearance: Punisher Vol.4 #2
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.4 #2 (Murders a man who came to him to make a confession.)
Punisher Vol.4 #3 (Cleans up the body of the man, tries to hide it from Mrs. Pierce, who doesn't realize what's he's done. Seeks forgiveness, but when another man comes to confess, he becomes enraged again.)
Punisher Vol.4 #4 (Buries his latest victim and reads a news report about the Punisher.)
Punisher Vol.4 #5 (Kills another sinner. Thanks god for the Punisher.)
Punisher Vol.4 #7 (Is questioned by Detective Soap and Lieutenant Von Richthofen. Denies knowing about the killings of several people who went to his church.)
Punisher Vol.4 #9 (Sees news report about various vigilantes and has idea to form a team.)
Punisher Vol.4 #10 (Is contacted by Mr. Payback and Elite and agrees to join their team.)
Punisher Vol.4 #11 (Officially forms Vigilante Squad.)
Punisher Vol.4 #12 (Meets the Punisher and is killed by him.)
Final Appearance: Punisher Vol.4 #12

Holzmann, Carl
Real Name: Carl Holzmann
Occupation: Senator
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: The Rebublican Party; US Senate
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.2 #8
History: Carl Holtmann is elected senator from Michigan
List of Appearances:
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.2 #8 (appears on tv-show Hannity & Coln, with McKinney, Mister Fantastic & Colonel Gilmour)

Home Base
Group leader at time of disbandment: The Leader
Former Group Leaders:
Members at itme of disbandment:
Former Members: S-3 (aka Betty Ross), Sandra Verdugo, Slater, Abomination, Krill
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #36
History:
List of Appearances:
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #36 (send Sandra Verdugo and Slater after Hulk)
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #40 (send Pratt after Hulk)
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #50-53 (recruited Abomination to fight Hulk)
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #54 (send Krill after Hulk)
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #64-65 (base destroyed)
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #76 (the identity of the director of Home Base revealed as The Leader. Plans revealed that it was his plan to give himself a new body, and that the new body was ment to be Hulk's. Plans trashed by
Hulk, Doc Samson, Iron Man, Betty Ross and Nadia Dornova)
Final Appearance: Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #36

Homer
Real Name: Homer (full name unrevealed)
Occupation: Member of the Church Of The Saved
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Presumed married
Known Relatives: unnamed daughter
Group Affiliation: Former member of The Church Of The Saved
Source of Powers: None
Cause of Death: Gunned down by The Reverend
Powers/Abilities: Loyal to a certain degree to The Church Of The Saved. But his true loyalty lies with his family
First Appearance: Punisher Vol.2 #4
History:
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.2 #4 (on a video tape, revealed to have been killed by The Reverend because he went to the police in order to get ot see his daughter)
Final Appearance: Punisher Vol.2 #4

Honcho
Real Name: James McDonald
Occupation: Adventurer, racer (former) CIA agent
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Washington, D.C.
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Team America/Thunderiders
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation caused by Hydra experimentation.
Powers: Able to project his skills, strength and knowledge into another person, along with the other members of Team America/Thunderiders, making that person the Marauder.
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #269
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #269 (While performing at Madison Square Garden with the Team, is caught up in Captain America’s effort to save a Nobel Prize winner. Is defeated by Mad Thinker.)
Team America #1 (Set before first appearance. Attends an Unlimited Class race in Florida because he thinks HYDRA will try to steal Masatake Kuramoto’s high tech motorcycle. Meets Wolf and R. U. Reddy and forms Team America with them. Helps save Kuramoto.)
Team America #2 (Tries to keep the team together and lets Cowboy and Wrench join. Is attacked by the Assassin.)
Team America #3 (While performing an exhibition with the team, is captured by mercenaries hired by Mister Mayhem. Set free by the Marauder.)
Team America #4 (Performs with the team. Is called by Wolf who tells him about the arcade.)
Team America #5 (Contacted by his friend Adrian Turner, from the CIA who tricks him into capturing a Soviet defector who was being escorted by the Secret Service. Is left to die in an exploding building, but escapes and stops Turner.)
Team America #6 (Performs with the team in an exhibition in Louisiana.)
Team America #7 (Is arrested with the team when Cowboy is suspected of kidnapping his old flame. Helps the Texas Rangers stop Tony Rome.)
Team America #8 (While in Cairo, is contacted by an intelligence officer about an arms smuggling operation. Is taken out of commission and is unable to stop the crooks or help the team win the race.)
Team America #9 (With the team, joins Stark’s International Racing team, but is fired.)
Team America #10 (Is captured by the Children of the Dust, because Minister Ashe believes that Joseph Gall sent him information about the cult. Is rescued by the team and finds out that the letter Gall sent was actually meant to kill him, but kills Ashe instead.)
Team America #11
Team America #12
New Mutants Vol.1 #5
New Mutants Vol.1 #6
New Mutants Vol.1 #8
Thing #27

Hong
Real Name: Hong (full name unrevealed)
Occupation: Criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Lo (possibly uncle)
Group Affiliation: Member of Lo’s triad gang
Source of Powers: None
Cause of Death: Gunshot wounds.
First Appearance: Taskmaster #1
List of Appearances:
Taskmaster #1 (Not named, but shown finding out about Kingpin being attacked.)
Taskmaster #2 (Is sedated and impersonated by Taskmaster, who orders his men to attack Sunset Bain.)
Taskmaster #3 (Is punishes for ordering his men to attack Bain until they find out it was Taskmaster. Helps capture Taskmaster and bring him to Bain, who has her men kill him.)
Final Appearance: Taskmaster #3

Hood
Real Name: Parker Robbins
Occupation: Criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single, but committed to Sara (last name unrevealed)
Known Relatives: Arthur Robbins (father, deceased), Mrs. Robbins (mother), John King (cousin), unnamed uncle, unnamed aunt
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: The hood and boots stolen from a demon.
Powers/Abilities: The demonic hood that Parker wears allows him to turn himself invisible by holding his breath. FBI agents who tracked him with AIM tools while he was invisible could only hear sounds like children crying and bones breaking. The boots let him walk on air. He was also able to shoot lighting from his hands on one occasion, this may have been a reaction to pain or to the fact he’d been hit with electricity.
First Appearance: The Hood #1
List of Appearances:
The Hood #1 (With John, robs a warehouse where a big shipment was expected, but instead is attacked by a demon. After shooting the demon, he decides to steal its boots and cloak.)
The Hood #2 (Tells John about the powers the demon’s clothes give him and steals some guns.)
The Hood #3 (Attempts to rob some diamonds being important, but they turn out to belong to Dennis Golembuski. Fights Shocker, Constrictor and Jack O’Lantern and manages to defeat them. Accidentally shoots a police officer.)
The Hood #4 (Tries to break John out of jail, but John refuses. Agrees to get him a lawyer.)
The Hood #5 (Drops in on Golembuski and arranges a meeting at Coney Island where he will return the diamonds for a fee. Also calls the FBI, telling them to be there.)
The Hood #6 (Sets up Madam Rapier to be mistaken for the Hood and returns the diamonds to Shocker, Jack O’Lantern and Constrictor. Gets John out of prison and finds out that Officer Bondi died.)
Beyond #1
Beyond #2

Hoodwink
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Sisters Of Sin
Source Of Powers: Training from Mother Night
Powers: Hypnosis
First Appearance (as Sister Dream): Captain America Vol.1 #294
First Appearance (as Hoodwink): Captain America Vol.1 #355
List Of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #294 (alongside Sisters Of Sin, introduced to Baron Zemo II)
Captain America Vol.1 #295-296 (alongside Sisters of Sin, fought Captain America and Nomad III)
Captain America Vol.1 #298 (origin recounted)
Captain America Vol.1 #299 (alongside Sisters Of Sin, fought Falcon and Nomad III)
Captain America Vol.1 #301 (alongside Sisters of Sin, attempted to kill Captain America; restored to proper age)
Captain America Vol.1 #355 (alongside Sisters Of Sin, encountered teenaged Captain America)
Captain America Vol.1 #356-357 (alongside Sisters Of Sin, fought and defeated by Captain America in Camp of Hate)

Hootchie
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Student
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Darkhawk #3
List Of Appearances:
Darkhawk #3 (revealed to be a student at Midtown high school)

Hope Foundation
See: Appendix, M.U Companies, Hope Foundation

Hopkins, Claire
Real Name: Claire Hopkins
Occupation: Working for SHIELD
Other Aliases: Unrevealed
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: SHIELD
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Nomad Vol.2 #23
List Of Appearances:
Nomad Vol.2 #23

Hopkins, Mr.
Real Name: Hopkins (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Police detective
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Taskmaster #4
List of Appearances:
Taskmaster #4 (Is impersonated by Taskmaster who sneaks some of his belongings out of his penthouse, which is being investigated. Shows up just after Taskmaster leaves.)

Horgon, "Ape"
Real Name: Horgon (full name unrevealed)
Occupation: Criminal, henchman
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Owl's organization
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Strong man, good hand-to-hand combatant
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #3
History:
List of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.1 #3 (with "Sad" Sam Simms joined Owl's organization. Learned not to cross the Owl. Fought Daredevil. defeated and send to prison)

Horizon
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Unrevealed
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Nomad Vol.2 #3
List Of Appearances:
Nomad Vol.2 #3 (revealed as one of Nomad's friends)

Hornet II
See: Spider-Man I

Hornet III
Real Name: Eddie McDonough
Occupation: Student, adventurer
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Slingers
Source of Powers: None; wears battlesuit
Powers: (in battlesuit) flight, strength enhancement, and a "stinger".
First Appearance: Slingers #0
List Of Appearances:
Slingers #0 (during first night out, witnesses Dusk III's suicide)
Slingers #1 (prevents Mac Garrity from killing himself)
Slingers #2 (with Ricochet III, investigates Grand Royale Hotel; battles giant rats; buried alive
in cave-in)
Slingers #3 (rescued from rubble by Dusk; contended with Spider-Man; investigated history
of the Royale Hotel)
Slingers #4 (with Ricochet, confronted Prodigy III at Grand Royale Hotel; learnt Dusk was alive)
Slingers #5 (with Slingers, saved people from fire at Grand Royale Hotel)
Slingers #6 (origin recounted)
Slingers #7 (captured by the Griz and his giant rats)
Slingers #8 (rescued from Griz by Dusk and Ricochet)
Slingers #9 (practiced with Ricochet in central park)
Slingers #10 (learnt Prodigy was alive; fought animated billboard characters; captured by Mephisto)
Slingers #11 (tortured by Mephisto, helped others overcome his influence)
Slingers #12 (abandoned Hornet armor to save the Black Marvel's soul)
New Warriors Vol.2 #1 (laughts at the invitation to join New Warriors)

Horowitz, Mildred
Real Name: Mildred Horowitz
Occupation: Rock star
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Mildred Horowirz and His Band
Source of Powers: None
Cause of Death: Killed in an explosion.
First Appearance: Howard the Duck Vol.1 #17
List of Appearances:
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #17(Appears in a flashback. Performs at a concert where Lester Verde loses his hand.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #21 (Performs a concert and is blown up by SOOFI members that disapprove of his songs.)
Final Appearance: Howard the Duck Vol.1 #21

Horst
Real Name: Horst
Occupation: Agent of the Red Skull
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Germany
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Cause of Death: Rapid aging due to effects of life-prolonging gas wearing off
First Appearance: Tales of Suspense #79
List of Appearances:
Tales of Suspense #79 (revealed to have been put into suspended animation along with Red Skull and Wolfgang at the end of World War 2; revived by AIM in modern times; sent by Red Skull to use illusions to drive Captain America insane, defeated by Captain America)
Captain America Vol.1 #294 (died when effects of life-prolonging gas wore off, causing him to age rapidly)
Captain America Vol.1 #295-296 (body put on display by the Red Skull)
Final Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #294

Horton, Phineas T.
Real Name: Phineas T. Horton
Occupation: Professor, inventor, former repairman
Other Aliases: Thomas Raye
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Widowed
Known Relatives: Victoria Anderson (granddaughter), Frankie Raye (step-daughter, aka Nova II, deceased)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Skilled inventor, creator of various android life-forms
Cause of Death: Struck by Ultron-5's energy blasts
First Appearance: Marvel Comics #1
List of Appearances:
Marvel Comics #1 (created Human Torch I, presented him to the public, displayed his power to burst into flame; forced by pressure to bury the Torch alive)
Marvel Mystery Comics #2 (reunited with Human Torch I, abandoned by him)
Marvel Mystery Comics #92 (seemingly died)
Avengers Vol.1 #135 (in flashback, assisted Ultron-5 in transforming Human Torch I into Vision II; allowed the Vision to retain his memories as the Torch, blasted by Ultron; died in the Vision's arms)
What If Vol.1 #4 (in 1946, created Adam-2, taken hostage by him, rescued by the All-Winners Squad)
Invaders Vol.1 #22 (flashback, revealed how he had worked with Fred Raymond, father of Toro)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #238 (flashback, revealed how he had accidentally turned his step-daughter Frankie Raye into Nova II)
Saga of the Original Human Torch #3 (revealed how he had faked his death in the 1940's)
Invaders Vol.2 #3 (flashback, revealed how he had worked with Dr. James Bradley, but fired him before publicly unveiling the Human Torch)
Marvels #1 (first exhibition of the Human Torch witnessed by Phil Sheldon)
Avengers Icons: The Vision #1 (in 1938, exhibited early version of Human Torch at World's Fair)
Final Appearance: Avengers Vol.1 #135

Horton, Phineas T. (imposter)
See: Appendix, Other Dimensions, Horton, Phineas T. (imposter)

Horus
Real Name: Horus
Occupation: Egyptian god of justice and retribution
Other Aliases: Horos, Hor
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Osiris (father), Isis (mother), Seth (uncle), Nepthys (aunt), Geb (grandfather), Nut (grandmother), Hathor (wife), Duamutef (son), Imsety (son), Qebhsnuf (son)
Group Affiliation: Gods of Heliopolis
Source Of Powers: Member of the race of superhumans known as Egyptian gods of Heliopolis
Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, durability, ability and reflexes; flight, able to project solar energy through staff, can paralyze others with stare of his left eye
First Appearance: Thor Vol.1 #239
List Of Appearances:
Thor Vol.1 #239-241 (revealed to have been imprisoned with Osiris and Isis in pyramid for three thousand years by Seth; first encountered Thor I and Odin; participated in Ceremony of Rebirth which reincarnated Odin as Atum-Re; aided Osiris, Isis and Thor I in defeating Seth; regained freedom and returned to Heliopolis)
Marvel Two-In-One #23 (imprisoned in Heliopolis by Seth, aided by Thor I and Thing)
Thor Annual 10 (joined other gods of light in combating the Demogorge, was briefly consumed by Demogorge, regained his freedom)
Thor Vol.1 #398-400 (powers revealed to have been stolen by Seth, regained powers upon Seth's defeat, aided in saving lives of Earth Force)

Horusian
See: Appendix, Alien Races, Horusian

Hosek, Bill
Real Name: Bill Hosek
Occupation: Police Officer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: NYPD
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Deadpool Vol.3 #55
List of Appearances:
Deadpool Vol.3 #55 (Thinks that he killed the Punisher.)

Hoskins, Lemar
See: Battlestar

Hoskins, Leon
Real Name: Leon Hoskins
Occupation: Unrevealed
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Chicago, Illinois
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Lemar Hoskins (brother, aka Battlestar)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: None
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #373
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #373 (contacted his brother, told him Ethan Thurm was trying to get in contact with him)

Hoskins, Robert
Real Name: Dr. Robert Hoskins
Occupation: Doctor
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: None
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #125
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #125 (captured in Vietnam by the Mandarin, creating a diplomatic incident; rescued by Captain America, returned to American lines)

Hoskous
Real Name: Hoskous (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Member of Bureau of Latverian Antiquities
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Latveria
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Experienced archivist, knowledgeable on Latverian history
First Appearance: Fantastic Four Vol.1 #358
List of Appearances:
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #358 (discovered the Editor in Castle Doom; learnt of his purpose in Latveria, then sent to have his memory of the encounter removed)

Hotwire
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Gang member
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: New York City
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Expert at hotwiring cars
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #374
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #374 (with Potshot and Rubout, stole car, went on drive-by shooting spree)

Howard The Duck
Real Name: Howard (last name unrevealed)
Occupation: (former) television performer, retailer at EZ Credit Appliance store, security guard, presidential candidate, folk singer, poet, construction worker, dishwasher, boxer, computer salesman
Other Aliases: Shang-Op (The advancing or rising of the duck), Master of Quak fu.
Place of Birth: New Stork ("alien" world)
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Ronald (father), Henrietta (mother), Theresa (sister), Orville (brother)
Group Affiliation: None, former ally of Defenders, Man-Thing, Generation X, She-Hulk
Source of Powers: None
Abilities: Has some knowledge of the little-known martial art Quak Fu
First Appearance: Fear #19
List of Appearances:
Fear #19
Man-Thing Vol. 1 #1
Giant-Size Man-Thing #4 (Fights Garko the Man-Frog.)
Giant-Size Man-Thing #5 (Fights Bessie the Hellcow.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #1 (Stops Pro-Rata from getting the key to the Cosmic Calculator. Meets Bev Switzler and Spider-Man)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #2 (Fights and defeats the Space Turnip to rescue Bev.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #3 (After Count Macho kills a child, Howard trains with Master C'haaj to become a master of Quak-Fu. Fights Count Macho on top of construction site to rescue Bev.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #4 (Meets Paul Same, helps him stand up to an art critic.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #5 (Tries out several jobs.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #6 (Travels with Bev to Idle Hands, Pennsylvania. Meets Joon Moon Yuc, Heathcliff Rochester and Patsy)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #7 (Defeats giant gingerbread man and goes to New York. Gets job as security guard at the All-Night Party's political convention. Gets chosen as All-Night Party's presidential candidate.)
Marvel Treasury Edition #12
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #8 (Leaves the All-Night Party, but continues his political campaign.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #9 (Loses election because of scandal. Goes to Ontario to investigate and finds out Le Beaver was behind the Scandal. Refuses to fight Le Beaver to the death.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #10 (Has hallucinations.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #11 (Having a mental breakdown, Howard leaves Bev and ends up on a bus to Cleveland. Gets arrested.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #12 (Attends a traffic court and is sentenced to observation in a mental facility.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #13 (Gets possessed by Daimon Hellstrom's demonic soul.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #14 (Loses control of his body to the Son of Satan, but is rescued by Daimon Hellstrom. Is reunited with Bev.)
Howard the Duck Annual 1 (Goes to Bagmom with Paul Same to rescue Bev and Winda.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #15 (While on a cruise back to the United States, gets abducted by a concrete swan and taken to Dr. Bong's island.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #17 (Is taken prisoner by Dr. Bong. Meets Fifi.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #18 (Is evolved into a human. Escapes Bong's castle with Fifi and goes to NY.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #19 (Experiences life as a human. Returns to normal.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #20 (Fights Dr. Bong. Gets a job as a dishwasher and fights Sudd.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #21 (Meets Lee Switzler. Gets kidnapped by the Supreme Soofi.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #22 (Is reunited with Dakimh, Man-Thing, Jennifer Kale and Korrek the Barbarian to fight Bzzk'Joh.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #23 (With the help of his allies, stops Bzzk'Joh and the Imperium Emporium.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #24 (Wanders New York waiting for the SS Damned to arrive. Meets Paul and Winda at the dock.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #25 (Attends Iris Raritan's party and is kidnapped by the Circus of Crime.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #26 (Is forced to work for the Circus of Crime. Calls Lee when Paul and Winda are hurt. )
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #27 (With Iris, tracks down and defeats the Circus.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #28 (Uncovers a military conspiracy to test chemical weapons.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #29 (Goes to Las Vegas to appear on a telethon.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #30 (Prepares to fight Dr. Bong. Has a suit of armor built by Claude Starkowski.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #31 (Fights Dr. Bong and is reunited with Bev.)
Howard the Duck Magazine #1-9
Marvel Team-Up Vol.1 #96
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #32 (Meets Ceci Ryder, fights the Gopher and returns to Cleveland.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #33 (Wins Ten Million Dollars and uses it to finance Dr. Clive's creating Alexis.)
She-Hulk Vol. 2 #14 (Is brought to New York by the Critic. Meets She-Hulk.)
She-Hulk Vol. 2 #15
She-Hulk Vol. 2 #16 (Tells She-Hulk and the others about the Critic.)
She-Hulk Vol. 2 #17 (Helps She-Hulk and the others fight Dr. Angst and his team.)
Slapstick #1 (Cameo appearance. Vomits.)
Spider-Man Team-Up #5
Generation X #20
Generation X #21
Generation X #23
Generation X #25
Daydreamers #1-3
Man-Thing Vol.4 #4
Man-Thing Vol.4 #5

Howler
Real Name: Luke Garrow
Occupation: Career criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Unrevealed
Powers: Under moonlight, transforms into superhumanly strong, werewolf-like creature
Cause of Death: Disemboweled by the Scythe
First Appearance: Marvel: The Lost Generation #6
List of Appearances:
Marvel: The Lost Generation #6 (among villains hired by Skrulls to sabotage Apollo 11 mission; under influence of the moon, ripped Axis in half; gutted open by the Scythe)
Marvel: The Lost Generation #4 (in 1963, enlisted by Chimera I to aid in theft at Stark Industries; fought the First Line, defeated by Yankee Clipper)
Final Appearance: Marvel: The Lost Generation #6

Howling Commandoes

Other Names: First Attack Squad
Group Leader at time of disbandment: Nick Fury, Sam Sawyer (commanding officer)
Former Leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment: Dino Manelli, Isador "Izzy" Cohen, Timothy "Dum-Dum" Dugan, Gabe Jones, Percival "Pinky" Pinkerton, Robert "Reb" Ralston, Eric Koenig, Jerry Larkin, Fred Jones, Captain Flint
Former Members: Jonathan "Junior" Juniper, Duane Wilson
First Appearance: Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #1
List of Appearances:
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #1
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #3 (met Reed Richards)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #4 ("Junior" Juniper killed)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #5(first fought Baron Strucker)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #6 (first fought the Desert Fox)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #8 (fought Dr. Heinrich Zemo; "Pinky" Pinkerton joins)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #13 (first met Captain America and Bucky)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #14 (fought Baron Strucker and the Blitzkrieg Squad)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos Annual 1 (in the 1950's, team re-formed to fight in Korea)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #25 (fought the Red Skull I)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #27 (first met Eric Koenig)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #34 (team's formation recounted)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos# 35 (team captured by Hitler; rescued by Fury, Eric Koenig and the Maulers; Eric Koenig joins)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #39 (first fought Colonel Klaue)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos Annual 3 (in modern times, re-formed to fight in Vietnam)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #44 (further details of team's origins revealed)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #47-48 (fought Colonel Klaue)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #49("Izzy" Cohen captured by the Japanese)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #58-60 (fought Agent of a 1,000 Faces and Colonel Klaue; Izzy  returns to team)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #64/Captain Savage and his Battlefield Raiders #11 (with the Leatherneck Raiders, fought the Japanese)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #65 (Eric Koenig leaves team)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #68-69 (visited New York, met Jake Fury, fought Colonel Klaue)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #70-71 (met Bob Jenkins and the Missouri Marauders)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #75 (Duane Wilson temporarily joins)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #77-79 (Eric Koenig re-joins)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #98 (met the Deadly Dozen)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #100 (in modern times reunited to celebrate anniversary; temporarily re-formed when "Reb" Ralston shot)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #110 (met journalist J. Jonah Jameson)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #112 (Fury seemingly killed)
Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos #114 (Fury found and rescued from Baron Strucker by Howling Commandos)
Doctor Strange Vol.2 #50-51 (met time-traveling Dr. Strange, fought Sir Henry Baskerville and Heinrich Krowler)
Captain America Vol.1 #273-274 (briefly re-formed when Sam Sawyer captured by HYDRA)
Captain America Annual 9 (flashback to World War II mission with Captain America and Bucky; rescued Howard and Maria Stark from the Red Skull)
Marvel Comics Presents #77-79 (in World War II, joined forces with Dracula against Nazis)
Captain America Vol.1 #383 (re-telling of first meeting with Captain America and Bucky)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #434 (gathered at funeral for supposed Nick Fury)
Captain America Vol.3 #20-21(in World War 2, fought Baron Blood)
Final Appearance: Unrevealed

Hoyle, Chris
Real Name: Chris Hoyle
Occupation: Drug dealer, former Lieutenant in the USArmy
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: "Rockhouse" gang
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities: Basis military training
Cause of Death: Fall from a helicopter
First Appearance: Punisher Vol.2 #1
History: Chris Hoyle was a Lieutenant in the Vietnam war where he met Frank Castle and Bruce Ayers (see: Ayers, Bruce; Punisher II)
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.2 #1 (revealed to have survived the Vietnam war and having tried to hire Bruce Ayers for the "Rockhouse" gang. Send by "The General" to meet with Bill Messina, when he arrives at te meeting place, sees that Messina is his former soldier "buddy" Frank Castle)
Punisher Vol.2 #2 (Chris Hoyle and Frank Castle flies to Bolivia in South America. There they meet with "The General" the mastermind of the "Rockhouse operation". Later after Castle's cover has been blown, Hoyle tries to shoot Castle from a helicopter. But Castle manages to get onboard the helicopter. And manages to overpower Hoyle and drops him from great height)
Final Appearance: Punisher Vol.2 #2

Hrosi
Real Name: Hrosi
Occupation: Police officer
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Presumed in Hong Kong
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Hong Kong police force
Source Of Powers: None
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #39
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #39

Hsiao
Real Name: Hsiao
Occupation: Smuggler
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Somewhere in China
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Ally of Mai
Source Of Powers: None
Cause Of Death: Killed by Black Shadow
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #39
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #39 (met Wolverine, didn't think he was strong enough, got his hand crushed by Logan)
Marvel Comics Presents #40
Marvel Comics Presents #41
Marvel Comics Presents #42 (tried to fight Black Shadow, killed himself)

Hubley, Ignatz
Real Name: Ignatz Hubley
Occupation: Unemployed, former steelworker
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Skudge, Pennsylvania
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Maxine Hubley (wife), three unnamed children
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Howard the Duck Vol.1 #26
List of Appearances:
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #26 (Attends a Circus of Crime performance and is robbed of his savings. To make up for his loss he robs a gas station and accidentally shoots Paul Same.)

Hudson, Heather
See: Vindicator II

Hudson, Mr.
Real Name: Hudson (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Runs illegal gambling business
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Louie (employee)
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #259
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #259 (Hobgoblin pays Hudson a visit, Hudson is setting up an illegal casino in a "deserted train yard", Hobgoblin wants 10% of the profit)

Huebner, Evan
See: Appendix, New Universe, Huebner, Evan

Huggins, Mr.
Real Name: Huggins (first name unrevealed)
Occupation: Substitute teacher, subversive agent
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Speedball #5
List of Appearances:
Speedball #5 (with Mr. Bliss, persued the Freak of Science while undercover as a substitute teacher; mistook Speedball for Freak of Science, defeated by him)

Hujah
See: Appendix, Alien Races, Hujah

Hulk I
Real Name: Robert Bruce Banner
Occupation: Currently unemployed, former nuclear physicist, adventurer, construction worker; enforcer; janitor; and various other odd jobs
Other Aliases: Annihilator, Captain Universe, Joe Fixit/Mr. Fixit, Mechano, Professor, War, Bruce Bancroft, David Banner, David Bixby, Bob Danner, Bruce Jones, Bruce Roberts, numerous other aliases to disguise identity
Place Of Birth: Dayton, Ohio
Marital Status: Married
Known Relatives: Brian Banner (father, deceased), Rebecca Banner (mother, deceased), Elaine Banner Walters (paternal aunt, deceased), Morris William Walters (uncle), Jennifer Walters (cousin, aka She-Hulk), Sue Banner Drake (paternal aunt, presumed deceased), Mr. Drake (uncle, presumed deceased), Elizabeth Ross Banner (wife, aka Harpy), Thauddeus Ross (father-in-law), Karen Ross (mother-in-law, deceased)
Group Affiliation: (as the Hulk) Defenders; former member of the Avengers, an alternate Fantastic Four (Ghost Rider [Dan Ketch], Spider-Man, Wolverine), Pantheon, Titans Three, the Hulkbusters of Counter-Earth-Franklin & the Order; (as Banner) former member of the Hulkbusters II
Source Of Powers: Exposure to gamma radiation
Powers/Abilities: Superhuman: strength, leaping and healing. A high degree of resistance to injuty, pain and disease, has augmented adrenal glands, god-like stamina, and can see astral forms. Once thought to have a homing sense, but it was his evil future self's spirit guiding him to the blast site to drain a little of the Hulk's gamma radiation
First Appearance (as Hulk): Incredible Hulk Vol.1 #1
First Appearance (as War):
History: When he was struck by the force of a Gamma Bomb, Dr. Bruce Banner's rage that had been contained almost since his childhood was released as the mindless creature known as the Hulk
List Of Appearances;
Incredible Hulk Vol.1 #1 (met Rick Jones, Betty Ross and Thauddeus Ross, given powers. Fought the Gargoyle, turned him back to normal, escaped before Gargoyle's base exploded)
Incredible Hulk Vol.1 #2 (fought of an invasion from the alien race the "Toads")
Incredible Hulk Vol.1 #3
(fought Circus Of Crime)
Incredible Hulk Vol.1 #4 (sent against the alien Mongu, who has demanded to meet the strongest man on Earth. When Hulk arrives, it is revealed that Mongu is in reality a robot, with a man inside. The man Boris Monguski and his men has decided to take Hulk to the Eastern bloc behind the iron curtain, but Hulk manages to take down the communists)
Incredible Hulk Vol.1 #5 (as Bruce Banner first introduced to a man named Mr. Tyrannus. Later learns that Tyrannus has kidnapped Betty Ross. Went after Tyrannus in Tyrannus domain (beneath the surface of Earth), where he fights of Tyrannus and his "men". Later Hulk and Rick Jones goes to Asia, to help fight of General Fang's invasion of Llhasa. Defeats the General, and places him on the island of Formosa, so he can answer for his crimes)
Incredible Hulk Vol.1 #6 (fights Metal Master, is defeated at first. Later Rick Jones forms the Teen Brigade to help Hulk in the fights against the alien. In the end outsmarts the alien, who has to leave Earth)
Avengers Vol.1 #1
(as founding member of the Avengers)
Avengers Vol.1 #2 (decides to leave the Avengers)
Avengers Vol.1 #3 (teams up with Namor, fights the Avengers)
Tales To Astonish #60 (fought "invincible robot", created by Banner himself, but taken over by a mysterious spy (later revealed to have been send by The Leader). Is defeated at first by the "robot")
Tales To Astonish #61 (continues the fight with the "invincible robot", manages to defeat the enemy when he falls down into the dephts of a bottomless pit. Captured by the army, and sent into some special chains developed by Tony Stark and Bruce Banner)
Tales To Astonish #62 (captured by the army. Rick Jonesd arrives at the base to try to help his former partner. The Chameleon (send by The Leader) arrives at the base at the same time, and disguised as General Thauddeus Ross, sends off the soldier  guarding Hulk. Chameleon leaves for a moment, and Hulk himself is transformed back to Banner and thereby escaping the special chains)
Tales To Astonish #63 (first fought The Leader's humanoid)
Tales To Astonish #64 (fought The Leader's humanoids again)
Tales To Astonish #65 (fight with the humanoids continues)
Tales To Astonish #66
Tales To Astonish #67 (went to Mongolia, captured by Kanga Khan and his men. Mahjor Talbot comes to his rescue)
Tales To Astonish #68 (fights the humanoids again)
Tales To Astonish #69 (brought to the Leader by the humanoids. Finally confronts the Leader man-to-man, but the villain manages to escape)
Tales To Astonish #70 (fights the army)
Tales To Astonish #71 (fights the army, offereed a chance to escape by The Leader)
Tales To Astonish #72 (transported to safety by The Leader. Examined by The Leader, breaks free of The Leader's grab, and fights of his humanoids once more)
Tales To Astonish #73
Tales To Astonish #74
Tales To Astonish #75
Tales To Astonish #76
Tales To Astonish #77 (fights the Executioner)
Tales To Astonish #78
Tales To Astonish #79 (fights Hercules)
Tales To Astonish #80 (rematch with Tyrannus)
Tales To Astonish #81 (
The Secret Empire; escapes from Tyrannus.)
Tales To Astonish #82 (The Secret Empire; fights the Boomerang)
Tales To Astonish #83 (The Secret Empire)
Tales To Astonish #84
Tales To Astonish #85
Tales To Astonish #86
Tales To Astonish #87
Tales To Astonish #88 (rematch with Boomerang)
Tales To Astonish #89 (taken captive by The Stranger, who wants to unleash a rampaging Hulk on Earth)
Tales To Astonish #90 (send by The Strange to cause havoc. Turned to Bruce Banner, thereby making the control The Stranger has over him go away. Decides to go to the Gamma Base to end the threat of the Hulk once and for all. Stopped from commiting suicide, but accidently gave an idea to a foreign spy, who is then turned into the Abomination. Fights the villain, but is defeated)
Tales To Astonish #91 (fights Abomination again, this time defeating the villain. The Strange decides to not use Hulk anymore, but takes Abomination with him instea
d)
Tales To Astonish #92
Tales To Astonish #93
Tales To Astonish #94
Tales To Astonish #95
Tales To Astonish #96
Tales To Astonish #98
Tales To Astonish #98
Tales To Astonish #99
Tales To Astonish #100
Tales To Astonish #101/Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #102
(encountered Hogun The Grim)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #176-178 (with Warlock, fought Man-Beast)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #180-181 (fought Weapon X and Wendigo I)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #182 (fought Hammer and Anvil)
Nova Vol.1 #13 (flashback)
Captain America Vol.1 #230 (alongside Fred Sloan kidnapped by The Corporation)
Captain America Vol.1 #231 (flashback)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #266 (fought High Evolutionary)
Savage She-Hulk Vol.1 #1 (gave bloodtransfusion to cousin, who was then turned into She-Hulk)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #319 (married Betty Ross)
Marvel Comics Presents #4 (flashback)
Marvel Comics Presents #6 (as Joe Fixit in Las Vegas)
Marvel Age Annual #4 (Is contacted by Henry Ackerdson who proposes that he becomes the Damage Control Spokesman.)
Marvel Comics Presents #26 (as Joe Fixit, tried to collect some money from Jonas Marlin)
Marvel Comics Presents #38 (once more tried to collect some money for Mr. Berengetti)
Marvel Comics Presents #45 (humiliated wrestler "Hulk")
Marvel Comics Presents #50 (flashback)
Marvel Comics Presents #52
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #13 (flashback, alongside Namor fought Avengers)
Marvel Super-Heroes Vol.3 #3 (Set in past, is hypnotized by Distorter and used to destroy an experimental rocket. Breaks free of Distorter’s control and beats him up.)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #418 (present at the wedding of Marla Chandler and Rick Jones)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #419 (fought Super-skrull)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #420 (longtime friend Jim Wilson dies of AIDS)
Avengers #1½ (With the Avengers, encounters Dr. Doom.)
Hulk Vol.2 #1
Hulk Vol.2 #2
Hulk Vol.2 #3
Hulk Vol.2 #4
Hulk Vol.2 #5
Hulk Vol.2 #6
Hulk Vol.2 #7
Hulk Vol.2 #8
Hulk Vol.2 #9
Hulk Vol.2 #10
Hulk Vol.2 #11
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #12
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #13
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #14
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #15
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #16
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #17
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #18
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #19
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #20
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #21
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #22
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #23
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #24
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #25
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #26
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #27
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #28
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #29
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #30
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #31
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #32
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #33
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #34
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #35
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #36
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #37
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #38
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #39
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #40
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #41
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #42
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #43
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #44
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #45
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #46
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #47
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #48
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #49
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #50
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #51
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #52
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #53
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #54
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #55
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #56
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #57
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #58
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #59
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #60
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #61
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #62
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #63
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #64
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #65
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #66
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #67
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #68
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #69
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #70
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #71
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #72
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #73
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #74
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #75
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #76
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Hulk I (imposter)
Real Name: None
Occupation: Robot
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Creation:
Creator:
Group Affiliation: SHIELD I
Source Of Powers: Robotic components
Powers: Superhuman strength
Cause Of Destruction: Smashed to pieces by Nova
First Appearance: Nova Vol.1 #15
List Of Appearances:
Nova Vol.1 #15 (sent against Nova, destroyed)
Final Appearance: Nova Vol.1 #15

Hulk II
See: Jones, "Rick"

Hulk (Robot)
Real Name: None
Occupation: Rampager
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Creation: Maryland Institute of Technology
Creators: Rusty and Arthur
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: Inapplicable
Group Affiliation: None
Source Of Powers: Robotic construction, animated by energies of the Uni-Mind
Powers: Superhuman strength, able to draw upon cosmic energy for enhancement
Cause of Destruction: Overloaded with power by Zuras
First Appearance: Eternals Vol.1 #14
List Of Appearances:
Eternals Vol.1 #14-16 (accidentally animated by Uni-Mind energies, fought Eternals, destroyed by Zuras)
Final Appearance: Eternals Vol.1 #16

Hulk-Killer
Real Name: None
Occupation: Agent of destruction
Other Aliases: None
Place of Creation: The laboratory of the Leader
Creator: The Leader
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Robotic construction
Powers: Superhuman strength and durability
First Appearance: Tales To Astonish #86
List of Appearances:
Tales To Astonish #86 (found in Leader's lab by the military, released to fight the Hulk)
Tales To Astonish #87 (fell out of the military's control, rampaged; short-circuited by the Hulk, rendering it inert)

Hulkbusters I
Other Names: Project Greenskin
Group leader at time of disbandment: Glenn Talbot
Former group leaders:  Thauddeus Ross, Jack Armstrong
Members at time of disbandment:
Former members: Captain Bowman, Dr. Maxwell, Lr. Diane Perriwinkle, Clay Quatermaine
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #145
History:
List of Appearances
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #145
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #168
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #186
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #198 (Hulkbusters Base becomes Gamma Base)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #243 (Glenn Talbot takes over Gamma Base)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #256 (Congress cuts Gamma funds)

Final Appearance:
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #256

Hulkbusters II
Group leader at time of disbandment: Bruce Banner
Former group leaders: None
Members at time of disbandment: Craig Saunders, Jr., Samuel J. la Roquette, Armand Martel, Hideko Takata
Former members: Carolyn Parmenter
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk Vol.1 #317
History: After Hulk and Bruce Banner was succesful seperated, the government made Bruce Banner the head of the all-new Hulkbusters in order to get the monster under control (see: Hulk I). Sadly Carolyn Parmenter was killed in an explosion, and the rest of the team was later disband. Samuel Roquette and Craig Saunders later became the supervillains known as The Rock and The Redeemer (see: Parmenter, Carolyn; Roquette, Samuel J. la; Saunders Jr., Craig)
Lst Of Appearances:
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #317 (team formed by Bruce Banner)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #318 (Carolyn Parmenter joins team)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #319 (Carolyn Parmenter is killed in an explosion)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #320
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #321
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #322
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #325
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #329
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #330
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #331
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #332
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #334
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #337

Final Appearance: Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #337

Hulkbusters III
Group leader at time of disbandment: Matt Talbot
Former group leaders: 
Members at time of disbandment:
Former members:
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #436
History:
List of Appearances
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #436
Final Appearance: Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #436

Hulkbusters IV
Group leader at time of disbandment: Thauddeus Ross
Former group leaders: 
Members at time of disbandment: Katherine Elizabeth Sparr
Former members:
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #468
History:
List of Appearances
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #468 (Katherine is at the base for a job interview, she gets the job
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #470
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #472
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #473
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #474
Final Appearance: Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #474

Human Cannonball
Real Name: Jack Pulver
Occupation: Human cannonball, acrobat
Other Aliases: Cannonball, "The Great Gambino"
Place of Birth: Burbank, California
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Circus of Crime II, Masters of Menace
Source of Powers: None
Abilities: Skilled acrobat
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk Vol.1 #3
List of Appearances:
Incredible Hulk Vol.1 #3 (with Circus of Crime, fought the Hulk)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #16 (with Circus of Crime, fought Spider-Man and Daredevil)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #22 (joined the Clown's Masters of Menace, injured J. Jonah Jameson)
Thor Vol.1 #145-147 (with Circus of Crime, attempted theft of golden ox statue)
Avengers Vol.1 #60 (with Circus of Crime, invaded wedding of Yellowjacket I and the Wasp)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #25 (Performs at a private party with the Circus and robs the guests.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #26 (Performs in Skudge Pennsylvania. Tells Howard about Ringmaster's past.)
Howard the Duck Vol.1 #27 (Fights Howard in Cleveland.)
Ghost Rider Vol.1 #72-73 (with Circus of Crime, attacked Quentin Carnival, defeated by them)
Generation X #32 (with Circus of Crime, fought Generation X)
Thunderbolts #2 (defeated by Atlas)
Thunderbolts #26 (met MACH-1 at Seagate Prison)

Human Meteor
Real Name: Duke O'Dowd
Occupation: Nazi sympathizer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Boston, Massachusetts
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Battle-Axis
Source of Powers: Training by citizens of Bayakura
Powers: Superhuman speed and strength, flight
First Appearance: Invaders Vol.2 #1
List of Appearances:
Invaders Vol.2 #1 (with Battle-Axis, fought the Invaders)
Invaders Vol.2 #2 (with Spider Queen and Strongman I, fought Invaders)
Invaders Vol.2 #3 (recounted origin, fought Invaders)
Invaders Vol.2 #4 (defeated by the Invaders)

Human Top II
See: Whirlwind

Human Torch I
Real Name: Inapplicable
Occupation: Adventurer, V-Battalion leader; formerly Chief of Security for Oracle, Inc.; police officer
Other Aliases: Jim Hammond
Place Of Creation: Brooklyn, New York City
Creator: Phineas T. Horton
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Phineas Horton (creator, deceased); James Bradley (creator); Volton ("brother"); the Vision ("brother"); Tara ("cousin"); Firebrand Squadron ("brothers"); Thomas Raymond (Toro, ward, deceased)
Group Affiliation: Invaders II, V-Battalion, formerly Heroes for Hire, Avengers, Legion of the Unliving, All-Winners Squad, Invaders I Suicide Specials
Source Of Powers: Human Torch is an artificial being
Powers/Abilities: Has the mental ability to control ambient heat energy, and the physical ability to envelop his entire body or portions of his body with fiery plasma without harming himself. He also has the ability to telekinetically control flames, flame objects he create besided flames he himself don't create. He also has the ability to fly
First Appearance: Marvel Comics #1
History: Human Torch is an artificial being build in 1939 by professor Phineas T. Horton. Human Torch joined forces with the young mutant Toro and the Invaders during the second World War (see: Horton, Phineas T.; Toro). In 1949 american criminals defeated Human Torch and buried him.
List Of Appearances;
Marvel Comics #1 (part of origin)
Fantastic Four Annual 4 (part of origin)
Avengers Vol.1 #133-134 (part of origin)
Marvel Comics Presents #42 (flashback)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #9 (attacked by Master Man and an few german neo-nazists)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #10 (unwillingly gave bloodtransfusion to Warrior Woman, in order to revive the nazi-agent)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #12 (gave bloodtransfusion to Jackie Falsworth)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #20 (flashback)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #26
Green Goblin #2
Citizen V & The V-Batallion #3

Human Torch I (zombie)
Real Name: None
Occupation: Servant of Nocturne
Other Aliases: None
Place of Creation: Unrevealed
Creator: Nocturne
Marital Status: Inapplicable
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Unrevealed
Powers: Flight, able to project intense heat and flames
Cause of Death: Hacked to pieces by Templar
First Appearance: Marvel: The Lost Generation #7
List of Appearances:
Marvel: The Lost Generation #7 (masqueraded as the Human Torch, fought the First Line, revealed to be an imposter, chopped to pieces by Templar)
Final Appearance: Marvel: The Lost Generation #7

Human Torch II
Real Name: Jonathan "Johnny" Spenser Storm
Occupation: Adventurer
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Glenville, Long Island, New York
Marital Status: Single (at a time he was believed to be married to Alicia Masters, but she turned out to be a skrull)
Known Relatives: Franklin Storm (father, deceased), Mary Storm (mother, deceased), Susan Storm Richards (older sister, aka Invisible Woman), Franklin Richards (nephew), Valerie Richards (niece), Mrs. Storm (aunt, presumed deceased) Reed Richards (brother-in-law, aka Mr. Fantastic)
Group Affiliation: Fantastic Four
Source Of Powers: Exposure to cosmic radiation
Powers: Has the mental ability to control ambient heat energy, and the physical ability to envelop his entire body or portions of his body with fiery plasma without harming himself. He also has the ability to telekinetically control flames, flame objects he create besided flames he himself don't create. He also has the ability to fly
First Appearance: Fantastic Four Vol.1 #1
History: Johnny Storm is the youngest child of Doctor Franklin Storm and his wife Mary Storm (see: Storm, Franklin). His mother died in a car accident when Johnny was 9 years old, but Johnny nevertheless developed an interest in cars. He was given his first car at 16 by his father a "hot rod". His sister Susan went to live with her aunt in California, where she met Reed Richards, who took Susan, Johnny and Reed's friend Ben Grimm on a trip in space (See: Invisible Girl; Mr. Fantastic; Thing)  The quartet was all exposed to cosmic radiation which turned them into superbeings. The Fantastic Four was formed (see: Fantastic Four)
List Of Appearances;
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #1 (Johnny Storm is out at a service station getting his car fixed, when he sees Reed's signal . He turns into the Human Torch and flies to the secret hideout of the Fantastic Four, on his way there the airforce tries to take him down, but fails. When he arrives, Reed tells them all about the current events, atomic plants being sucked down into mysterious holes in the grown all over the world. The four of them decides to investigate the mysterious phenomen, and goes to the so-called "Monster Isle". There they fights Mole Man and his monsters. Captured by Mole Man but escapes, and gets out of the caves before the falls down, seemingly sealing the caves from the outer world forever. In flashback; Four people, Reed Richards, his best friend Benjamin Grimm, his girlfriend Sue Storm, and Sue's brother Johnny Storm all goes onboard a rocket to take them to the stars. While in space the four of them are all exposed to cosmic radiation, and the rocket returns home, there the four of them manifests superhuman powers.)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #2 (out in a isolated hunting lodge the Fantastic four are listening to the radio, learning that they have become a menace to society. Ben gets mad but the others calm him down. Suddenly the army surrounds the lodge and ask them to surrender. The four of them surrenders and are taken to a federal prison. Brought to seperate cells, the four of them begins to plot their escape. All four of them manages to escape and meets at one of their secret hideouts. Reed begins to plot a set-up to catch the four impersonaters. The plan is to have Human Torch sabotage a rocket which is to be launched. The plan succedes when two of the impersonaters sees Human Torch, believing him to be their partner, they brings him to their hideout, there they reveals their true forms as Skrulls, and the third skrull present tells them they're fools for bringing the real Human Torch to their hideout. Human Torch himself manages to signal the rest of his teammates, who arrives and manages to take down the three skrulls. The four of them decides to take the skrulls space ship to bring them to the command center of the invation force. There they convinces the commander that they're the four skrulls, and that the Earth is waty to dangerous to invade. They also tells the Commander that they have decides to stay at Earth, removing all evidence of a skrullian invasion force. The four of them leaves, and returns to Earth. There they're met buy the police who tells them to surrender. Reed tells them that it was aliens who had impersonated them, and takes the police to the hideout where the Skrulls are kept. There the police is convinced that the Fantastic Four were indeed innocent. After the police leaves, the Fantastic Four are to decide what is to become of the 3 skrulls left. Reed decides to have them hypnotized to forget what they're, and have them change into cows)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #3 (fought Miracle Man)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #4 (meet Namor)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #5 (fought Doctor Doom)
Strange Tales Vol.1 #101 (fought Destroyer)
Strange Tales Vol.1 #102 (fought Wizard)
Avengers Vol.1 #3
Daredevil Vol.1 #2
Fantastic Four Annual 3
"Uncanny" X-Men #13 (helps the X-Men defeat the threat of the Juggernaut)
Strange Tales Vol.1 #123 (first fought Beetle)

Amazing Spider-Man Annual 1 (Cameo. Tries to help Jonah Jameson locate Spider-Man.)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #87
Nova Vol.1 #13 (flashback)

Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #242 (flashback, to fight with Mad Thinker)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #258 (Spider-Man decides to go to the Baxter Building to see Reed Richards, who once volunteered to analyse the costume for him. While there he have a short conversation with Johnny Storm before going through tests with Reed. Reed tells Spider-Man the disturbing news, the costume is alive. The three of them manages to get the costume off Spider-Man by using a sonic blaster and Human Torch's fire. Now Spider-Man without a costume is given an old F4 uniform and a bag over his head so no one will recognize him, and Johnny drops him off in town)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #267 (Talks to Spidey about his break-up with the Black Cat.)
Avengers Annual 14 (after learning that the Avengers are not skrulls and is infact the real ones, teams up with them to take down Zabyk)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #300 (married girl whom he believed was Alicia Masters)
Marvel Comics Presents #1 (flashback)
Marvel Comics Presents #3 (flashback)
Marvel Comics Presents #18 (seen in flashback, in present alongside his wife visited Willie Lumpkin on Christmas Eve)
Damage Control #2 (Is summoned to the Latverian embassy by the Thing.)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #357 (learned that the woman he married was a skrull and not Alkicia Masters)
Marvel Comics Presents #50 (flashback)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #11 (flashback, seen at the time he found Namor after he had been missing for a long time)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #12 (guest at a "memorial service" for Human Torch I, lighted an "eternal flame")
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #13 (appeared as witness at Namor's trial)
Slapstick #4 (Arrives with the FF at the scene of the Neutron Bum’s attack.)
Spider-Man Unlimited #5 (Is trapped by Reynard Slinker with Spidey, but easily escapes and captures the bad guy.)
Spider-Man Unlimited #6 (Reacts to news article about Spider-Man attacking an innocent man.)
Thunderbolts #12
Thunderbolts #38
Avengers #1½ (Reacts to news about the Avengers being formed.)
New Warriors Vol.2 #3 (meets with Namorita, invited to a benefite dinner by her. Later comes to New Warriors headquaters to talk with Turbo about the recent fire in the warehouse)
New Warriors Vol.2 #4 (out on a date with Namorita on an exclusive restaurant. Kisses her)
New Warriors Vol.2 #5 (mentioned only, Human Torch was having dinner with Namortia and the Fantastic Four at Christmas Eve)
New Warriors Vol.2 #6 (comes to pick up Nita at her apartment. Alongside Nita comes to the subway station, and tries to save the people)
New Warriors Vol.2 #9 (seen on tv-screen)
Daredevil/Spider-Man #4 (With the FF tries to get through a force field created by Copperhead I.)
Marvel: Lost Generation #7
USAgent Vol.2 #3 (Sees Captain America and USAgent fighting on TV.)

Deadline #1 (Is interviewed by Kat Farrell, who thinks his accidentally setting a park on fire was because he was hung over.)
Deadline #4 (Annoys Kat Farrell.)
Human Torch Vol.2 #1 (flashback to time at High School, accidently burns Mike Snow)

Human Torch Vol.2 #2 (reunited with Mike Snow)
Human Torch Vol.2 #3
Human Torch Vol.2 #4
Human Torch Vol.2 #5
Human Torch Vol.2 #6
Human Torch Vol.2 #7 (goes to the Balkans in Europe with Jian)
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.2 #4
Spider-Man/Human Torch #1

NOTE: In an alternate reality Human Torch is the leader of the superhero team Fantastic Five and the father of a young boy (see: Appendix, futures, MC-2, Human Torch (MC-2))

Human Torch III
See: Nova II


Human Torch IV
See: Lady Torch

Humbert
Real Name: Humbert
Occupation: Janitor, mad scientist
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Hubert (nephew, aka Walrus)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Unrevealed
Powers: Humbert displayed superhuman strength, but when Hubert asked about it he changed the subject.
First Appearance: Defenders Vol.1 #131
List of Appearances:
Defenders Vol.1 #131 (After many attempts, finally manages to give Hubert superhuman powers. Orders him to attack the Beast during a lecture, in hopes of becoming famous.)

Humberto
Real Name: Humberto (last name unrevealed)
Occupation: High school student
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: Marvel Knights: Spider-Man #1
History:
List of Appearances:
Marvel Knights: Spider-Man #1

Humbug
Real Name: Buck Mitty
Occupation: (former) senior entomology professor at Empire State university
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affilliation: None
Source of Powers: None. Humbug uses a device that amplifies the sounds of insects to dangerous levels.
Cause of Death: Covered in honey and fed to fire ants.
First Appearance: Web of Spider-Man #19
List of Appearances:
Web of Spider-Man #19 (Robs an armored truck to get money for his entomology program. Fights Spider-Man and is defeated)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.3 #306 (Released from prison, Humbug tries to get revenge on ESU. He surrenders when Spider-Man threatens to kill some cockroaches. )
Deadpool Vol.1 #42 (Hunted and killed by Deadpool)
Final Appearance: Deadpool Vol.3 #42

Hunchback
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers: Thick skeleton, superhuman strength
Cause of Death: Fell from belltower
First Appearance: Werewolf By Night Vol.1 #16
List of Appearances:
Werewolf By Night Vol.1 #16 (took over plane, fought Werewolf and Topaz, killed in fall)
Werewolf By Night Vol.1 #17 (body found by the police)
Final Appearance: Werewolf By Night Vol.1 #16

Hunger
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Wanderer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed location in outer space
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Alien life-form
Powers/Abilities: Able to leech life-force energy from other life-forms, making itself more powerful; able to possess the bodies of those it steals life energy from
First Appearance: Fantastic Four Vol.1 #379
List of Appearances:
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #379 (detected in outer space by Dr. Gittelsohn, attracted to earth by him)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #380 (arrived in Latveria, began devouring humans, fought Dr. Doom and the Thing)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #381 (assumed humanoid form, fought Fantastic Four, Franklin Richards, Lyja, and Dr. Doom; teleported back into outer space by Dr. Doom)

Hungyr
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Government agent
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Azania
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Supremacists
Source Of Powers: Unrevealed
Powers: Has the ability to drain other people powers
First Appearance: Black Panther Vol.2 #2
List Of Appearances:
Black Panther Vol.2 #2(in trainingssession with other Supremacists, order to go to Wakanda)

Hunt, Kevin
Real Name: Dr. Kevin Hunt
Occupation: Neurologist
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Spider-Man Unlimited #18
List of Appearances:
Spider-Man Unlimited #18 (In flashback, diagnoses Otto Octavius as having brain damage after his accident.)

Huntarr
See: Appendix, Other Dimensions: Microverse, Huntarr

Hunter, Henrietta
Real Name: Henrietta Hunter
Occupation: Pop singer, adventurer
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed location in Europa, Europe
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: X-Statix
Source of Powers:
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance: X-Statix #13
History: Henrietta Hunter was the most famous pop singer from the small european country Europa (see: Appendix: M.U Countries, Europa)
List of Appearances:
X-Statix #13
X-Statix #14
X-Statix #15
X-Statix #16
X-Statix #17

Hunter, Virginia
Real Name: Virginia Hunter
Occupation: Artist
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: Robert Hunter (father, aka Nitro)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.1 #55
List of Appearances:
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.1 #55 (At the Project: Pegasus complex, Virginia Hunter and her attorney Emerson Bale arrives. Emerson tells the guys at Project: Pegasus that they have no right to hold Virginia’s father against his will, because Robert Hunter has yet to go to trial. Dr. Wilburn tells Emerson that he leaves him no choice, and calls for subject “N” to be brought up. When subject “N” arrives, Dr. Wilburn tells Emerson and Virginia that Robert Hunter was captured in a gaseous state and has been kept in two separate tanks. Emerson demands that Robert Hunter is released. Subject “N” is released, and revealing himself to be the supervillain Nitro. After regaining his human-form, he blows himself up, knocking out the Project: Pegasus guys, Emerson Bale and his daughter. Nitro leaves with Emerson Bale and his daughter. In Virginia’s apartment, Emerson and Virginia regains consciounceness, Nitro ask them if they knowwhere Captain Marvel is, Virginia says “B-but I don’t know where he is, you know I don’t follow the news”. Emerson tells Nitro that he has heard that Captain Marvel is in Denver. Nitro leaves the apartment with Virginia to get to a bank to get some money. In the bank Nitro walks into Peter Parker who is also in the bank but on his way out. When Peter leaves the bank, a police car comes to the bank. Suddenly there is an explosion in the bank. In the bank Virginia tries to make her father stop, but Nitro keeps on going. He is suddenly attacked by Spider-Man. After Spider-Man has defeated Nitro, his daughter thanks Spider-Man for stopping her father before he could hurt anyone else. She leaves in an ambulance with her father)

Hurricane I
See: Makkari

Husrricane II
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Adventurer, 'vigilante'
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: Unrevealed
Powers/Abilities: Inhuman resistance to damage. Unusual technical intellect. He has designed is own costume.
First Appearance: Civil War: Initiative #1
History: Hurricane had been a superhero for 9 months and three days when he was stopped by Thunderbolts (see: Thunderbolts)
List of Appearances:
Civil War: Initiative #1 (Thunderbolts are hunting yet another unregistred superhero, this time it's the new superhero Hurricane)

Husk
Real Name: Paige Guthrie
Occupation: Student
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Cumberland, Kentucky
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Thomas Zebulon Guthrie (father, deceased), Lucinda Guthrie (mother), Samuel Guthrie (older brother, aka Cannonball), Joshua Guthrie (younger brother), Jedediah Guthrie (younger brother), Lewis Guthrie (younger brother), Joelle Guthrie (younger sister), Elizabeth Guthrie (sister), Luke Guthrie (uncle)
Group Affiliation: X-Men, former member of Generation X
Source of Powers: Genetic mutation
Powers/Abilities:
First Appearance:
History: Paige is the younger sister of Sam Gutrie the superhero known as Cannonball (see: Cannonball II)
List of Appearances:
Uncanny X-Men #341 (mentioned only)
New Warriors Vol.2 #5
(ask Sean Cassidy if he believes the New Warriors need the help of Generation X. In New York City first fights Bolt, but later teams up with the New Warriors in order to defeat Biohazard)
Uncanny X-Men #403
Uncanny X-Men #419
Uncanny X-Men #437

Uncanny X-Men #438
Uncanny X-Men #439

Hussar
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Warrior serving in the Royal Elite of Shi'ar Imperial Guard
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Somewhere in the Shi'ar Empire
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Imperial Guard, former member of the Borderers
Source Of Powers: None
Abilities: Excellent hand-to-hand combatant; carries a metal whip that induces pain through victim's nervous system  as a weapon
First Appearance: "Uncanny" X-Men #137
List Of Appearances:
"Uncanny" X-Men #137 (joined in Imperial Guard's trial by combat with the X-Men to decide fate of Phoenix II)
Uncanny X-Men #157 (served traitorous Lord Samedar, battled X-Men)
Thor Vol.1 #446(Operation: Galactic Storm; alongside Avengers and Imperial Guard battled Kree Starforce on Chandliar; teamed with Living Lightning to defeat Supremor)
Avengers West Coast Vol.2 #81 (Operation: Galactic Storm; alongside Imperial Guard, battled Avengers on Chandliar; was defeated by Living Lightning)

Hutchinson, "Bobby"
Real Name: Robert "Bobby" Hutchinson
Occupation: Student
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Mayfield, Ohio
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: Mr. Hutchinson (father)
Group Affiliation: None
Source of Powers: None
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #311
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #311 (found the Awesome Android guarding an old barn, contacted Captain America; told to contact Avengers if anyone ever entered barn)
Avengers Vol.1 #286 (saw the Fixer enter the barn, called the Avengers)

Hutchinson & Macnamara
See: Appendix, M.U Companies, Hutchinson & Macnamara

HYDRA
Current Group Leader: Baron Strucker
Former Group Leaders: Imperial Hydra (Las Vegas Fragment): Richard Fisk/Schemer/The Rose, Kingpin I, Red Skull I (New York City fragment): Madame Hydra I/Viper II, Space Phantom, Grim Reaper (East Coast Fragment): Silvermane (Western European fragment): Count Otto Vermis
Members: Mentallo/Think Tank, Anton Trojak, Robert Rickard, Chameleon, Jackhammer, the Fox, Jared Kurtz, James Winderfield, Nancy Winderfield, Johnston, Elsie Carson, Ralph Sanzetti, George Fistal, Madame Hydra II, Cassandra Romulus, Guillotinne, Dakini, Horst Eisele, Sensationel Hydra, Crossbones, Absorbing Man, Karl Kraus, Number 72, Fortunato, Lt. Garotte, Lt. Saltz, Sgt. Batrei, Sgt. Belial, D.O.A., Zero, Thirteen, Catalyst, Corrosion, Dismember, Crown, Dr. Andrea Janson, Khan, Akiniko, Bob, Xao
Former Members: Crippler, Sathan, Ron Takimoto, Werner von Strucker, Knockabout, Violence, PSI-Borg, Bull's Eye, Man-Killer II, Silvermane, Blackwing I, El Jaguar, Marcus, William Darvin, Arachne/Spider-Woman I, Fixer II/Mister Fix/Techno, Laura Brown, Commander Kraken, Rudolph Kranz
First Appearance: Strange Tales Vol.1 #135
First Appearance (New York City fragment): Captain America Vol.1 #110
First Appearance (Las Vegas Fragment):Captain America Vol.1 #145
First Appearance (East Coast Fragment): Daredevil Vol.1 #120
First Appearance (Western European fragmen): Marvel Spotlight Vol.1 #32
List Of Appearances:
Captain Savage and his Leatherneck Raiders #2-4 (founding by expatriate Nazi officer Baron von Strucker revealed; original HYDRA Island invaded by Leatherneck Raiders and Samurai Squad, base destroyed)
Marvel Universe #1-3 (flashback to Baron Strucker's attempted theft of atomic bomb; HYDRA defeated by the Invaders)
Team America #12 (fb, administered mutagenetic drug to pregnant women)
Uncanny X-Men #161 (fb, Baron Strucker battles young Magnus and Xavier)
Thunderbolts #-1 (The Fixer, working with Hydra, attempted to kidnap the amnesiac Namor)
X-Men Annual 3 (Cassidy and Lipton confronted by Hydra agents)
Untold Tales of Spider-Man #-1 (Hydra faced the Parkers and Logan)
Nick Fury vs. Shield #6 (fb, bts, Deltite gains information by monitoring Hydra activities)
Wolverine #-1 (flashback)
Thunderbolts #-1 (flashback depicting HYDRA's attempt to capture Sub-Mariner; Fixer II joins HYDRA)
Silver Sable #9/2 (fb, Trefkov, murderer of Silver Sable's father, forms an alliance with Hydra)
X-Men Forever #3/X-Men Forever #4 (Mystique battles Hydra agents)
Gambit Vol.3 #6 (a young Gambit destroys a Hydra ship)
Wolverine #-1
(Logan targeted by Hydra agents directed by Silver Fox)
Strange Tales Vol.1 #135 (attempted to assassinate Nick Fury before his appointment as SHIELD I's director)
Strange Tales Vol.1 #136
Fantastic Four Annual 3
Strange Tales Vol.1 #137
Captain Savage and his Leatherneck Raiders #2-4 (founding by expatriate Nazi officer Baron von Strucker revealed; original HYDRA Island invaded by Leatherneck Raiders and Samurai Squad, base destroyed)
Captain America Vol.1 #110 (New York City fragment group lead by Madame Hydra fights Captain America)
Captain America Vol.1 #113
Avengers Vol.1 #106 (Grim Reaper and Space Phantom revealed to have taken over New York City fragment)
Avengers Vol.1 #107
Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD Vol.1 #12
Giant-Size Creatures #1 (new Supreme Hydra begins to build new Hydra East Coast fragment)
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #154
Avengers Vol.1 #108
Daredevil Vol.1 #120
Daredevil Vol.1 #121 (the following are revealed as division chiefs of Hydra East Coast fragment; Blackwing for Air Action, Jackhammer for engineers, El Jaguar for commandos, Man-Killer for assassins, Commander Kraken for naval action, Dreadnought for heavy weapons, Fixer for science, Mentallo for reconnaissance and the Fox for administration)
Daredevil Vol.1 #122 (Supreme Hydra of East Coast Hydra's identity revealed as former Maggia leader Silvermane)
Daredevil Vol.1 #123 (East Coast fragment taken down by Daredevil, Black Widow and SHIELD, Blackwing and Silvermane escapes)
Marvel Spotlight Vol.1 #32
"Uncanny" X-Men #161 (in flashback, Rudolph Kranz and HYDRA fought Magnus and Charles Xavier, captured, interrogated by Xavier)
Team America #1 (Makes an attempt to steal “Pops” Kuramoto’s high tech motorcycle, but is stopped by Team America.)
Team America #2 (Supreme Hydra gets Agent Marcus to hire an assassin to kill the Marauder, hoping that she will fail because she is a threat to his leadership. When she does, he blows up her headquarters.)
Marvel Comics Presents #2 (flashback)
Nick Fury, Agent Of SHIELD Vol.2 #45 (the SHIELD Super Agents Violence, Knockabout and PSI-Borg are revealed to be double-agents for Hydra, Violence dies in fight with Nick Fury, PSI-Borg in fight with Nina and Knockabout in fight with Lump)
X-Men & Alpha Flight Vol.2 #1-2
Marvel Comics Presents #93
Marvel Comics Presents #128-132
Marvel Comics Presents #152-155
Marvel Comics Presents #171
Silver Sable #25
Namor The Sub-Mariner Annual 4
Spider-Man #73-74
Sabretooth & Mystique #1-4
Thunderbolts #5 (sent Growing Man to destroy Thunderbolts; Strucker sent warning by Citizen V II)
Wolverine #-1 (flashback)
Thunderbolts #-1 (flashback depicting HYDRA's attempt to capture Sub-Mariner; Fixer II joins HYDRA)
Avengers Vol.3 #1
Captain America Vol.3 #3-5
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #436
Marvel Universe #1-3 (flashback to Baron Strucker's attempted theft of atomic bomb; HYDRA defeated by the Invaders)
Wolverine #127-128
Wolverine #131
Thunderbolts #0 (Horst Eisele sent by HYDRA to kill Thunderbolts, defeated)
Peter Parker: Spider-Man #6
Captain America Vol.3 #24 (hired Crossbones and Absorbing Man as agents, defeated by Captain America I)
Captain America Vol.3 #36-38
Citizen V & The V-Battallion #3
The Hood #1 (A Hydra recruiter offers jobs to Parker Robbins and John King, who then beat him up for being a terrorist.)
New Thunderbolts #1
New Thunderbolts #2
New Thunderbolts #3
New Thunderbolts #4
New Thunderbolts #5
New Thunderbolts #6
Immortal Iron Fist #1 (Jeryn Hogarth and Danny Rand are negosiates with Xao of Wai-Go Industries. Danny turns the deal down, much to Hogarth's disbelief. Danny decides to investigate Wai-Go Corporation, and discovers that it is a front fot HYDRA. He fights HYDRA agents)
Immortal Iron Fist #2 (Danny keeps fighting HYDRA agents. Jeryn informs Danny that Wai-Go Industries has begun a hostile take-over of Rand Corp)
Immortal Iron Fist #3
Immortal Iron Fist #4 (Jeryn is talking on the phone with Xao of Wai-Go Industries)
Immortal Iron Fist #5
(Hogarth tells ? that the people of Wai-Go Industries has kidnapped his mother, and mailed him her finger)

Hydro-Man
Real Name: Morris "Morrie" Bench
Occupation: Criminal, former crewman on a cargo ship
Other Aliases: Morrie, Mud-Thing
Place Of Birth: Bronx, New York City
Marital Status: Single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Former member of Sinister Twelve, Frightful Four, Hammer Industries, Masters of Evil, Sinister Syndicate, Assembly of Evil
Source Of Powers: Energy from an experimental generator combined with volcanic gases
Powers: Ability to bodily transform himself into watery liquid substance
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #212
List Of Appearances;
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #212 (gained powers, fought Spider-Man)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #217-218 (merged with Sandman to mud monster)
Marvel Two-In-One #86 (flashback to time where Sandman and Hydro-Man became seperate beings again)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #280-281 (joined Sininter Syndicate)
Webspinners: Tales of Spider-Man #17-18 (helped overthrow the monarchy in Belgriun alongside the Sinister Syndicate. Thought of as heroes by the people of Belgriun. In reality only out to get the king's gold. Fought Spider-Man)
Web Of Spider-Man #17-18

Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #315 (fought Spider-Man)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #326-333 (as member of Frightful Four, fought Fantastic Four)
Mutant Misadventures of Cloak & Dagger Vol.3 #8-9 (Acts of Vengeance)
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.1 #160 (Acts of Vengeance)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #336 (Acts of Vengeance, tried to attack Fantastic Four, ran into Water Wizard instead)
Avengers Spotlight #26 (Acts of Vengeance)
Marvel Comics Presents #97
Captain America Vol.1 #411-414
Web Of Spider-Man Annual 8
Spectacular Spider-Man Annual 12
New Warriors Annual 2
Deadly Foes Of Spider-Man #1-4 (Sinister Syndicate, split into two fractions, Hydro-man sides with Beetle)
Spider-Man Unlimited #6 (Attacks Frankie the Fish after finding out that the dealers in a gambling hall run by him were cheating. Beat by Thunderstrike and Spider-Man, tries to get back at them. Is defeated and captured.)
Avengers Unplugged #4
Thunderbolts #1 (cameo)
Thunderbolts Annual 1 ('97) (flashback)
Sensationel Spider-Man #24
X-Men Unlimited #18
Cable Vol.2 #56
Sensationel Spider-Man #26
Black Panther Vol.3 #13-14
Fantastic Four Vol.3 #24
Thunderbolts #35-36
Peter Parker: Spider-Man Annual '00
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #512 (fights Spider-Man and Human Torch)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #513 (with help from Wizard, escape from Spider-Man and Human Torch)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #514
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #515

Hyperion I
See: Appendix, Earth-S, Hyperion I

Hyperion II
Real Name: Inapplicable
Occupation: Criminal
Other Aliases: Mr. Kant
Place Of Creation: Unrevealed
Creator: Grandmaster
Group Affiliation: Squadron Sinister
Source Of Powers: Created out of extradimensional materials by Grandmaster
Powers: Superhuman strength, stamina, durability, agility. Supersonic flight speed, the ability to use cosmic force to project infra-red heat through his eyes, possessed artificial memory based upon Hyperion I
Cause Of Death: Killed during fight with Hyperion I
First Appearance: Avengers Vol.1 #69
List Of Appearances;
Avengers Vol.1 #69-71 (joined Squadron Sinister, fought Avengers)
Defenders #13-14
Giant-Size Defenders #4
Avengers Annual 8
Thor Vol.1 #280
Marvel Two-In-One #64-65
Marvel Two-In-One #67
Squadron Supreme #7
Squadron Supreme #8 (died during fight with Hyperion I)
Avengers Annual 16
Final Appearance: Squadron Supreme #8

Hyperion IV
See: Appendix: Other Dimensions, Hyperion IV

Hyperion V
See: Appendix: Other Dimensions, Hyperion V

Hypertron 1.0
Real Name: Chester (last name unrevealed)
Occupation: Criminal (Former) AIM Agent
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Presumed single
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Ally of Myron and Timmy, former member of AIM
Source of Powers: None. Used a cybernetic harness that contained a variety of powers, but this was taken from him.
History: Chester was an AIM agent who was downsized (see: AIM). Chester built a cybernetic harness they intended to use to commit crimes.
First Appearance: Web of Spider-Man #83
List of Appearances:
Web of Spider-Man #83 (Uses the Hypertron 1.0 harness to rob a bank but is stopped by Spider-Man and Studevant E. Robbins. After being bailed out of jail by Timmy and Myron, chases the Bobster with them in an attempt to get the Hypertron Harness back.)

Hypno-Hustler
Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Criminal
Other Aliases: None
Place Of Birth: Unrevealed
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Leader of Mercy Killers
Source Of Powers: Wears hypnotic glasses
Powers (with glasses): Has the ability to hypnotizise people
First Appearance: Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.1 #24
List Of Appearances;
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.1 #24 (fought Spider-Man)