A handsome young Inhuman who caught the eye of Dazzler (Alison Blaire) when she was brought to Attilan. The nature of Banth’s Terrigenesis-based abilities were not shown. After Dazzler and Black Bolt fended off a threat against Attilan posed by the super villains, Moonstone and Blackout, Banth embraced Dazzler in a show of gratitude. Dazzler was tempted to stick around and possibly strike up a romance with Banth, but she had responsibilities to attend to back on Earth and she was transported there by Lockjaw.
Banth’s current whereabouts remains unknown.
Aja Roy, a latent Inhuman whose transformation was triggered by exposure to the Terrigen Cloud. Prior to Terrigenesis, Roy had been a very popular film star in India. Handsome and talented, Roy was an idol to thousands of filmgoers and the toast of the town in Mumbai. Roy’s big break into Bollywood was facilitated by way of an underground criminal syndicate.
Roy was attending the premier of his newest movie when the cloud passed over India’s western coast. Terrigenesis caused Roy to become a hulking creature with bark-like skin, leafs in lieu of hair and various branch-like appendages protruding from his shoulders. He was endowed with incredible strength and heightened durability, but was hugely dismayed to find that he had been mutated into this tree-like creature. Emerging from his Terrigebnic cocoon, Roy was horrified by what he had become and, blinded by fear and anger, he went on a rampage, tearing up downtown Mumbai.
Agents from the science division of the terrorist group, Hydra, had been tracking the Terrigen Cloud’s progression across India, hoping to capture new Inhumans so that they could be dissected and possibly weaponized. These agents descended upon Roy while on his rampage and tried to capture him.
Meanwhile, the Terrigen Cloud had also transformed Dinesh Deol into a new Inhuman. Dinesh was an architecture student and movie buff who had come out to catch a glimpse of Roy, his favorite film star. Terriegenesis had gifted Dinesh with electromagnetic powers and he intervened, trying to help Roy escape the Hydra pursuers. Roy was too dismayed over his transformation, however, and couldn’t be reasoned with. Fortunately, Medusa and her Uncanny Inhumans team arrived on the scene and made quick work defeating the Hydra team.
Roy ran away from it all, vanishing into the underground sewer system. Medusa’s team tried to locate him but he could not be found.
Months later, Dinesh returned to Mumbai to visit his family. During this visit, Dinesh was approached and ultimately abducted by Roy. Now going by the name ‘Banyon,’ Roy had changed his appearance by having his wood-based form shaven down, sculpted and varnished so to look more like his original self.
Banyon explained to Dinesh that he had hidden in the Mumbai sewers following his transformation. He was eventually found out by his former criminal contacts who had helped him break into the film business. With new strength and powers, these criminals used Banyon as muscle, an enforcer in the racketeering ring. After learning the trade, Banyon killed his bosses and took over the syndicate as its new boss.
The scheme Banyon had concocted centered on using Dinesh’s Inhuman powers as a dynamo to take over the electrical power grid of the various neighborhood of Mumbai. By doing so, Banyon and his gang could extort the wealthier neighborhoods, holding electricity to the neighborhoods hostage. This plot was foiled when Dinesh’s teammates, Naja and Inferno, arrived to rescue him. Inferno didn’t realize that the varnish covering Banyon was extremely flammable. A single fire-bolt caused him to become engulfed in flames and 6 #10. it appeared as though Banyon perished, consumed by fire.
Later, a sapling form of Banyon grew from the rubble and it appears as though the villainous Inhuman had managed to resurrect. Whether or not Banyon will return still remains to be seen. He first appeared in the pages of the 2015 Free Comic Book Day issue of Uncanny Inhumans.
An Inhuman recruited by the mutant, Apocalypse, to act as the field commander for his Dark Riders (a group of killers who targeted mutants, humans, and Inhumans alike as part of an effort to promote a ‘survival of the fittest’ agenda).
Barrage possessed the ability to transform his hands into cannons that fire blasts of collected ambient energy. Barrage and the Dark Riders later aligned themselves with the tyrant Stryfe and he was killed soon thereafter in a battle with Madelyne Pryor.
A newly reincarnated (or possibly cloned) Barrage has recently showed up in the pages of the Uncanny X-Men. Along with his fellow Dark Riders, Barrage has mounted a campaign to kill off any mutant who possesses healing properties. The Dark Riders appear to see such mutants as an effrontery to the nature of survival of the fittest. It still remains to be seen if Barrage and the Dark Riders are again int he employ of Apocalypse (but it is looking likely that this is the case).
A young Inhuman subject who has cat-like fur over her forearms. The city of Attilan had formerly been situated off the Coast of South America.
Detection from humankind had motivated the ruling parties to determine that the Inhumans needed to relocate so to remain isolated. A plan was created to move the populace to a new location. Soon thereafter, Black Bolt encountered young Bayla sitting in an alcove crying. Black Bolt knelt down beside his subject to see what was a matter. Bayla explained that Attilan was her home and she didn’t want to leave it; for her, the city itself was as much an Inhuman as any of its citizens.
Something about the youngster’s words resonated with Black Bolt and he devised a new plan to relocate not just the Inhumans, but all of Attilan in its entirety. With the assistance of The Eternals, this new plan was brought about and a series of anti-gravity generators were created that enabled the entire city to levitate and move. Attilan was relocated to an isolated mountaintop in The Himalayas. Young Bayla has yet to make another appearance and her current whereabouts remain unknown.
Belial is an Inhuman with telepathic powers. She is the wife of Usurieus and mother of Rexel Toiven. Rexel was the young Inhuman tattoo artist who was shunned by his peers due to his deformed stature and the unimpressive nature of his powers. These perceived deficits notwithstanding, Rexel performed heroically during a siege of Attilan and he sacrificed his life to save others. A stature of Rexel was erected in the city square to commemorate his heroism… a gesture that provided Belial with a small degree of comfort in morning for her son.
An Inhuman barrister and law reader who reported to the people of Attilan the decrees of The Genetic Council as well those issued by the Royal Family. When the guardsman, Timberius, demanded justice toward the humans over the death of his brother, Bellavar reported to the people that the council had conceded to Timberius’ wishes and that retribution would be sought out against the human world.
Yes, that Beyonder… Although the matter has since been retconned into non-existence, there was a short time in which the being known as The Beyonder is both a mutant (born with the x-gene) as well as an Inhuman.
The combination of the mutant gene coupled with exposure to the Terrigen Mists caused a synergistic effect that bestowed unto this being near god-like powers. The Beyonder vanished moments after Terrigenesis, teleporting himself across the galaxy.
As he grew older, The Beyonder became bored and thus he constructed the first Battelworld, a planetoid comprised of bits and pieces extracted from dozens of alien worlds from all over the cosmos. He then lured the greatest heroes and villains of his former home planet into a transmat ring that teleported them all to Battleworld. The Beyonder presented himself to his collected combatants and stated only the winning side would be allowed to return home.
This secret war ensued, the heroes ultimately won, and The Beyonder was coaxed into sending all of the participants home. The Beyonder later traveled to Earth on a few occasions, but the less said about those incidents the better.
Some time later, Black Bolt and Professor Xavier were members of the first iteration of the Illuminati (a secret organization of heroes gathered to preemptively address global threats). Professor X was considering the return of The Beyonder as just such a threat when he and Black Bolt both came to the realization that this child-like god was both a mutant as well as an Inhuman.
Somehow, the members of The Illuminati were able to track down the location of The Beyonder. They found him on a facsimile of Manhattan that he had created on the other far-side of the sun. The Beyonder offered to use his reality-shaping powers to give the members of The Illuminati anything their hearts desired. Black Bolt and the others were able to resist this tempting offer, understanding that such an artificial reality would feel inauthentic and false. Black Bolt demanded that The Beyonder stop. Through Prince Namor, Black Bolt ordered that his subject, The Beyonder, leave this universe and travel elsewhere, never to again meddle in the affairs of Earth. Still loyal to his king, The Beyonder conceded to this demand and vanished from the universe.
Recently, the new Illuminati have encountered a race of omni-powerful beings called The Beyonders and it was revealed that The Beyonder is a member of this race and that the revelation of his being a Mutant and Inhuman was merely a ruse created to keep the existence of the Beyonder race a secret.
An Inhuman who could emit fiery energy beams from his hands. Blast served as a guardsman surveying the perimeter of Attilan during the time in which the Inhuman city was located on the blue area of the moon. Blasst and his fellow guardsmen encountered a squad of Kree intruders who were seeking to steal the Terrigen Crystals from within the city. Blasst and his comrades were defeated, but Black Bolt ultimately intercepted the Kree invaders and saved the crystals. It remains unknown whether or not Blasst recovered from the attack by these assassins.
Blackgarr Boltagon, the eldest son of the former King and Queen of the Inhumans, Lord Agon and his wife, Queen Rynda. Blackgarr (or Black Bolt as he is later called) was exposed to the Terrigen Mists when he was still in his mother’s womb. As a result, he was born already possessing incredible powers. Along with enhanced strength, flight, and the ability to destabilize molecules, his powers additionally include a tremendous electron blast localized in his vocal cords.
The infant Black Bolt’s initial cry released a devastating sonic boom that nearly destroyed the birthing center. Due to the volatile and potentially destructive nature of Black Bolt’s sonic powers, he was placed in a sound-nullifying chamber and he spent much of his youth sequestered in isolation. During his adolescence, Black Bolt’s young cousin, Medusa, would frequently visit him. Though he was unable to talk with her, Medusa gradually learned to communicate with her cousin through gestures, intuition, and body language. Over the course of her many visits, the two fell in love.
Black Bolt trained with Inhuman monks so to gain greater mastery over his sonic powers. Through extreme discipline, Black Bolt learned to never unintentionally utter a sound, not even while asleep. Once this mastery was attained, Black Bolt was finally allowed release from confinement and entry into Attilan society.
Despite the hardships that Black Bolt had endured throughout his youth, his younger brother, Maximus, had grown terribly envious of him. As the elder son of Agon, Black Bolt was first in line of succession for the crown. Supremely cunning and ambitious, Maximus coveted the crown for himself and for this he hated his older brother.
As part of a scheme to win the throne, Maximus entered into a pack with a group of Kree assassins disguised as emissaries. Black Bolt discovered this plot and attempted to stop the assassins with his sonic powers. He destroyed the fleeing Kree ship but it unfortunately crashed into the royal retreat, killing Black Bolt’s parents. With the death of King Agon, Black Bolt was made the new king and he named Medusa as his fiancé and the voice of the king.
This tale has since been retconed and slightly altered, revealing that the Inhuman now known as ‘The Unspoken’ had temporarily stepped in as a stewardship king following Agon’s death. The Unspoken’s tenure as ruler was meant to be temporary and only last until Black Bolt was ready to take the throne. Nonetheless, The Unspoken decided not to abdicate the crown and instead attempted to rule Attilan as a tyrant. Black Bolt ultimately defeated The Unspoken. The tyrant was imprisoned and all record of his name and acts were struck from the history of Attilan (hence the term of ‘The Unspoken’).
Once Black Bolt finally took the throne, one of his earlier acts as king was to free the Alpha Primates, a slave caste who had served Attilan for generations. Although it was the morally right thing to do, this decree was quite unpopular among the other Inhumans. Freedom proved a difficult concept to comprehend for the Alpha Primitives; after generations of living only to maintain the mechanical inner workings of subterranean Attilan, it was the only life they knew. The Alpha Primitives ultimately decided to continue their maintenance of Attilan, only now as a free people, sustaining an uneasy alliance with the surface dwelling Inhumans.
Along with fending off the constant schemes of his brother, Black Bolt has additionally had numerous adventures outside of Attilan. Such adventures have included battles against threats such as Kang the Conqueror, Ultron 13, Blastaar, Apocalypse, The High Evolutionary, The Sphinx, Graviton, and Maelstrom. Although the Kree still consider The Inhumans to be unholy abominations, Black Bolt nevertheless aided the Kree hero, Captain Mar-Vell, in repelling a Skrull invasion. With the assistance of Prince Namor and The Eternals of Olympia, Black Bolt was able to enact a plan to relocate the City of Attilan from the coast of South America to a new location in the remote mountain range of The Himalayas. This act helped to ensure Attilan’s safety from threats posed by the human world and allowed The Inhumans to continue in their desire to remain an isolated people.
With the gradual breakdown of the Earth’s ozone layer and ever increasing levels of air pollution, the planet became inhospitable to The Inhumans. Having lived for generations in the secluded confines of Attilan, the Inhumans had never developed the specific antibodies needed to withstand polluted air. With the help of Reed Richards, Black Bolt relocated Attilan once more, this time to the oxygen-rich Blue Area of The Moon.
Shortly after Attilan’s relocation to the Blue Area of the Moon, Black Bolt and Medusa were official wed. Although this marriage defied the wishes of The Genetic Council, the wedding was a cause for great celebration among the citizens of Attilan. The wedding was briefly disrupted by a battle that was being waged by a Kree warrior and a Super Skrull (two agents of their respective peoples who had been stranded on the moon following The Shi’ar’s trial of Jean Grey). With the help of The Fantastic Four, Black Bolt and the other members of the Royal Family were able to quell this battle and the two combatants were transported back to their home worlds by The Watcher.
Attilan enjoyed a newfound era of peace and security in its new home on the moon. And yet, with this peace, the citizens of Attilan no longer felt as reliant on their king to protect them. Black Bolt and his queen remained very popular among the people, but their rule over the governance of Attilan swayed and the Genetic Council came to have more and more power and say over the affairs of The Inhumans.
With this shift in power, The Genetic Council instituted laws mandating a greater adherence to the philosophy of eugenics and the practice of arranged marriages. It was at this time that Medusa announced that she was pregnant with Black Bolt’s child. This revelation quite dismayed the Genetic Council. The council was worried that the destructive potentiality of Black Bolt’s powers, coupled with the history of mental illness in his immediate family (his brother), could result in an offspring that might pose a great threat to the safety of Attilan.
The council ordered that Queen Medusa terminate her pregnancy. An anguished Black Bolt struggled with what to do. He very much wanted a child, but also knew the great dangers that his powers entail. It was indeed quite possible that passing down his abilities to a son or daughter could put all of Attilan at substantial risk. Medusa, meanwhile, was outraged by her husband’s apparent refusal to oppose the council. Utilizing Lockjaw’s teleportation abilities Medusa fled Attilan with her handmaid, Mynxi, and hid out in a remote location in the American midwest. Medusa was eventually sought out by her sister, Crystal, along with her cousins, Gorgon, Triton, and Karnak.
Protected by her friends, Medusa gave birth to her child… a son whom she named Ahura. Ahura possessed powers, but not on the scale or magnitude that the council had so feared. They all returned to Attilan and Medusa eventually reconciled with Black Bolt.
At an undisclosed point in time, Black Bolt had entered into a secret alliance with other leaders of the super powered community. This cabal, known as ‘The Illuminati,’ consisted of Reed Richards of The Fantastic Four, Tony Stark of The Avengers, Prince Namor, ruler of Atlantis, and Dr. Stephan Strange, Earth’s Sorcerer Supreme. One of The Illuminati’s early endeavors was an incursion onto The Skrull Throne-world to dissuade the Skrulls from further hostilities toward the Earth. Unfortunately, Black Bolt and the others were temporarily captured during this mission and Skrull scientists were able to reverse engineer the biological qualities of the heroes’ super-powers – an accomplishment that would much later lead the way to a near-successful invasion of Earth.
Later, the Terrigen Crystals were stolen by Crystal’s ex-husband, Quicksilver, and the majority of these stolen crystals ended up in the hands of the United State’s Government. This led to the Silent War event, which culminated in the US Military detonating a nuclear bomb on the moon, destroying a substantial section of Attilan and killing countless Inhumans. Although the crystals had been recovered, Black Bolt’s failure to protect his people led to his stepping down from the throne and abdicating the crown to his brother, Maximus.
Some time thereafter, Black Bolt was abducted by the Skrulls and replaced with a Super Skrull imposter. This imposter was ultimately discovered and killed by The Illuminati. This occurred at the onset of the Secret Invasion event and the Skrulls attempted to conquer Attilan at the same time they invaded the Earth. Inhuman forces, led by Medusa, fended off the Skrull invasion. Medusa then assembled a strike-force to rescue her husband. She succeeded in this and, once freed, Black Bolt used his powers to decimate the Skull armada. Having found the kingship much more difficult and taxing than he thought it would be, Maximus stepped down and asked Black Bolt to return to the throne.
The devastation of the Skull Empire created a power vacuum in the cosmos, one that was quickly filled by the Shi’Ar and their new leader, the ultra-powerful mutant known as Vulcan. As Vulcan continued his conquest over an ever-expanding empire, The Kree presented themselves to The Inhumans, offering a pack to join forces in an attempt to stave off Vulcan and The Shi’ar. As part of this pack, Black Bolt was named ruler of the Kree people and his cousin, Crystal, was ceremoniously wed to Ronan the Accuser.
Led by Black Bolt and an elite faction of the Inhuman Royal Guard, the Kree fought a bloody war against Vulcan and The Shi’Ar. It culminated in a massive battle where Black Bolt defeated and destroyed Vulcan yet appareled to have also perished himself. Believing Black Bolt dead, Medusa assumed rulership over The Inhumans as well as the Kree and Attilan was relocated to the new Kree homeward of Kon-Tar.
Shortly thereafter, The Kree Supreme Intelligence managed to reattain lordship over The Kree Empire and The Inhumans fled from Kon-Tar. The Supreme Intelligence (or Supremor) knew of an ancient Kree prophecy that told that the creation of Inhumans would bring about an anomaly that would ultimately tear down the empire and kill Supremor. In order to prevent this prophecy from coming to fruition, Supremor dispatched warships to destroy every planet in which Terrigenic Experimentation had taken place. Only five worlds managed to evade this culling. The Inhumans from these five remaining worlds came together to form the Court of The Universal Inhumans. A newly returned Black Bolt who, as it turns out did not die in his battle with Vulcan, was named the Midnight King and ruler of the Universal Inhumans – with the four queens of the other Inhuman people becoming his ceremonial brides (much to Medusa’s chagrin). Black Bolt returned Attilan to Earth and there he helped the FF defeat the Council of Alternate Universe Reed Richards, before leading a defense that repelled a Kree invasion of Earth. With The Kree finally defeated, Black Bolt dissolved the Court of The Universal Inhumans. Crystal’s marriage to Ronan was annulled and The Kree were sent away to rule over their own empire, leaving Earth and the other Inhuman planets in peace.
Attilan enjoyed a short time of relative tranquility following the defeat of The Kree. Yet it was not long before a new threat emerged. Thanos the Mad Titan came to discover that he had a son sired by an unnamed Inhuman who was residing among the Inhumans of Earth. It was foretold that Thanos’ son was the one being who could succeed in destroying him and Thanos dispatched his forces to Earth to discover and kill his prodigy.
Black Bolt and his brother, Maximus, understood the extreme level of threat that Thanos posed to not just Attilan, but all of Earth. Together they devised a daring and intricate plan to save their race and their planet. Black Bolt was privy to a great secret, a hidden truth passed down from king to king since the age of Randak. And that being that the citizens of Attilan were not the only Inhumans on Earth. Over the centuries, many Inhumans had left Attilan to create their own colonies all over the planet and the Inhuman genetic loading had become ingrained into a significant portion of the earth’s population. Black Bolt and Maximus came up with a means of triggering the Inhuman gene throughout the population, causing a mass Terrigenesis that would create hundreds of new Inhumans and provide Earth with a new wave of super powered beings to defend mankind against the oncoming threat.
All of Attilan was evacuated. The citizens were sent through the Door of Elldrac and transported to safety. Thanos arrived on Attilan to find it deserted save for Black Bolt. The two battled and when Black Bolt appeared to have been defeated, he released a massive sonic screen that destroyed Attilan and trigger a Terrigebnic Bomb. This bomb released a billowing cloud of Terrine Mists. (all this is a rather condensed summery of the Infinity Event, made slightly less complicated of the sake of readability).
The Terrigen Cloud crept over the planets surface. It had no effect on regular humans; those human with the Inhuman gene, however, were encased in a cocoon-like shell and emerged transformed into Inhumans. Among those who were transformed by the Terrine Cloud was young Thane, the secret son of Thanos. Terrigenesis bestowed onto Thane tremendous abilities, powers that he ultimately used to defeat his father and put an end to Thanos’ threat to Earth.
Attilan had been destroyed and its remnants fell onto the island of Manhattan, with the majority splashing down into the Hudson Bay. Black Bolt was once again believed dead and Medusa took the throne, overseeing the creation of New Attilan. All NuHumans, those Inhumans who had been created by the Terrine Cloud, were welcome on New Attilan and Medusa was tasked with providing for these new citizens of Attilan while also searching out those were sent to places unknown via the Door of Elldrac. All the while, Medusa was left to believe that her husband and her son, Ahura, had perished in the fall of Attilan.
His battle with Thanos, and the massive sonic attack that triggered the Terrine Bomb had left Black Bolt depleted and weakened. Maximus seized this opportunity to use his telepathic powers to take control of Black Bolt’s will. Black Bolt had previously been able to resist his brother’s psychic abilities, but in this weakened state, he fell under Maximus’ sway. (there’s a bit of a disparity on how these events are told in the pages of ‘Inhuman’ and how it’s told in the pages of New Avengers; and once again this is truncated summery for the purposes of clarity).
Black Bolt was ultimately able to break free of his brother’s control with the assistance of the NuHuman known as Nur. He returned to New Attilan in time to help repel an invasion by the Agents of Ennuix.
Queen Medusa felt great ambivalence over the discovery that her husband was still alive. Though she was happy to see him again, she felt betrayed that he had stayed away so long, leaving her to create and govern New Attilan all on her own. She stated that her husband no longer had a place ruling at her side. Black Bolt could have tried to explain that he had been held prisoner by his brother, but instead chose to simply concede to his wife’s wishes. He bowed down to her as his queen and flew off to places unknown.
By way of his involvement with The New Avengers Illuminati, Black Bolt was aware of the incursions of alternate realities leading up to the Secret Wars Event. Convinced that his own reality was doomed, Black Bolt entered into a secret pact with Kang The Conquerer whereby he offered Kang his son, Ahura, in exchange for Kang’s taking Ahura into Limbo where he would be safe from the reality incursions. Following the Secret Wars event, where all reality was indeed destroyed and then recreated, Black Bolt set out to take back Ahura from Kang. This proved to be much more difficult than planned and Black Bolt was forced to ask for the assistance of his estranged wife, Medusa, and her new Uncanny Inhumans team.
Black Bolt and The uncanny Inhumans were ultimately able to save Ahura and Ahura utilized his newly enhanced psychic powers to ensure that Kang would no longer threaten the Inhuman peoples.
Although he was able to save his son, Black Bolt has not been able to do the same for his marriage and he and Medusa continue to be estranged from one another. Rather than residing in New Attilan, Black Bolt has new created a new home in the form of a secretive club called ‘The Quiet Room’ situated underneath Grand Central Station in Manhattan.
Donnie Gill. A NuHuman whose abilities were triggered by exposure to the Terrigin cloud. Prior to his transformation into an Inhuman, Gill had operated as a super villain and a recurring foe of Iron Man. He additionally served for a brief time among The Thunderbolts. Blizzard used a specialized suit that enabled him to manifest ice in a weaponized fashion.
Ironically, exposure to the Terrigin Cloud endowed Gil with Inhuman powers of the same nature and he no longer requires this suit to create ice in this manner. It remains to be seen what impact becoming an Inhuman will have on Blizzard’s life. He may come to New Attilan for sanctuary or he may return to his former life as a super villain. Blizzard has not been heard from in some time now and his current status and whereabouts remain unknown.
A version of Donnie Gill appeared in the television show, Agents of Shiled, where he was portrayed by actor, Dylan Minnette. This version of The Blizzard was not an Inhuman, but rather gained his freeze-based powers by way of a scientific accident.
An Inhuman with pale skin and a lion-like mane of hair. Bochek and his friend Rajar were celebrating the wedding of Tally on a balcony overlooking the city square. A bit drunk, Bochek and Rajar mocked the ways of the Genetic Council and the decree mandating arranged marriages. Neither were paying attention as their friend, Tally, wandered closer and closer to the edge of the balcony.
Tally was heartbroken that she was not allowed to marry her true love and was instead forced to wed Frag. Despondent, Tally threw herself from the balcony and fell to her death. Bochek and the others could only watch on in horror. It was Bochek’s lone appearance and his current whereabouts remain unknown.
An elderly latent Inhuman who gained her powers following exposure to the Terrigen Cloud. Terrigenesis did not have effect on Dorris’ physical form and, at first, it seemed as though she had simply gained the ability to manifest small cubes of solid matter out of thin air. Something she referred to as a mere parlor trick.
Doris was visited by members of the ambassadorial team from New Attilan and it was determined that she was in good health and not a danger to herself or others. Some time later, the Inhuman Ulysses had a vision that Doris was going to lose control of her powers and it would result in catastrophe.
Ulysses was working with Captain Marvel’s Alpha Flight at the time and Captain Marvel dispatched Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew) to investigate the matter. Shortly after Spider-Woman introduced herself to Dorris, she did indeed experience an impossible to control surge in her powers.
It turned out that Doris possesses the capacity to manipulate reality on a structural level. The breath of these powers overwhelmed her and she began to manifest dozens and dozens of the cubes of matter, threatening to crush her and her husband.
Spider-Woman was able to evacuate Doris and her husband before they were crushed inside their home. Crystal’s Inhuman team arrived on the scene and the Inhuman known as Romeo used his empathic powers to put Doris at ease hence enabling her to gain back control of her powers.
This was the last Doris has been seen from and it is assumed that she worked with other Inhumans to gain greater mastery over her powers and prevent her from again becoming overwhelmed in this fashion in future.
An Inhuman from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Brendan was one of the Inhumans from the sanctuary, Afterlife, who sided with Jiaying in her efforts to destroy SHIELD. Although he was essentially human in appearance, Brendan possessed enhanced strength and durability.
When Jiaying’s plot was foiled, Brendan loaded the remaining Terrigen Crystals into a quinjet. So to stop these crystals from being put to sinister use, Skye used her powers to knock the quinjet off of the side of the aircraft carrier and into the ocean. Brendan perished as the jet sank down into the depths of the ocean.
This Inhuman was actually never named in the series, so I am just naming him after the actor who portrayed the character, Brendan Wayne.
An Inhuman with pale blue skin and pointed, elfin ears. Bundan was a scientist who worked at the Royal Academy. He specialized in chemistry and was the assistant to the geneticist, Nadar.
With the aid of Reed Richards of the Fantastic Four, Nadar and Budan were able to engineer a compound that had the capacity to undo the mutagenic effects of Terrigenesis. They created this compound to cure the Hydro-Men (a group of humans who were transformed into amphibian beings by way of exposure to a specialized form of the Terrigen Mists).
The compound capable of reversing Terrigenesis was later stolen by the renegade Inhuman,Maelstrom, and loaded into a warhead fired at Attilan. Fortunately, Black Bolt was able to intercept this missile before it could reach Attilan. This was Budan’s sole appearance and his current whereabouts remain unknown.
A winged Inhuman from the floating city of Aerie. Buth and his wife, Delphine, became allies of Ka-Zar and Shana of The Savage Land and assisted the two on numerous adventures. As a resident of the Savage Land, it remains unclear whether or not Buth and his wife survived the time when the Savage Land was destroyed by Terminus. It is possible that the two returned to Aerie.
An Inhuman with green, scaled skin and lizard-like features. He possesses enhanced strength and durability, along with a spiked, prehensile tail. Burron served as a soldier in the Attilan security force. He participated in a defense led by Quicksilver to repeal the invading forces of The High Evolutionary.
Burton was known to be something of a gossip and was always abreast of the goings on regarding the royal family and their connections with the outside world. He was aware that Quicksilver’s wife, Crystal, had been unfaithful to him and commented to Quicksilver that he was surprised to see the speedster fight alongside the Inhumans after this infidelity. Irritated, Quicksilver suggested that such matters were better discussed once the battle was over.
Burron has not been see since and his current whereabouts following the fall of Attilan during the Infinity event remains unknown.
A group of Inhuman triplets (or possibly clones) who all possessed the same appearance and powers. They never identified themselves by a singular name and instead simply called themselves ‘The Burrowers.’ These Burrowers possess sharpened claws on their hands and feat, greenish-brown fur and slightly shrew-like anthropomorphic appearances. They have the ability to scrape and claw through the toughest of substances, ‘burrowing’ into the most secure of locations.
As agents working for the Seeker, The Burrowers attacked the Baxter Building in search of Black Bolt’s son, Ahura, who had fled Attilan. They came across Franklin Richards, who used his mutant powers to defeat these intruders. Last seen, The Burrowers and their master, The Seeker, were all sent back to Attilan. The current status and whereabout of these Burrowers remains unknown.