An Inhuman who possesses essentially human features save for accentuated, avian-like eyebrows. Falcona has the ability to control all manner of carnivorous birds… falcon, hawks, crows, et cetera. She employed small fleets of these birds of prey, using them as an offensive force against her enemies.
Falcona was a coconspirator in one of Prince Maximus’ many attempts to usurp his brother’s throne. Unlike the majority of Maximus’ other allies, Falcona did not require mental manipulation by the mad prince. She was ambitious and cunning and willingly took part in Maximus’ schemes. Falcona was banished from Atilan following the failed coup and her current whereabouts remains unknown.
An Inhuman with pale green skin and facial features that look somewhat mask-like. Fantoms possesses the ability to project her visage across vast distances. She acted as a messenger for the royal court, altering Inhumans on missions in the human world of going-ons on Attilan. Fantomask has only made a few appearances and her current whereabouts remains unknown.
A latent Inhuman whose transformation was triggered by the Terrigen Cloud. Terrigenesis caused Fiona to gradually transform into a bird-like humanoid, with a set of wing and white plumage in place of hair. Fiona documented her transformation via social media, posting a series of selfies on her blog as she gradually transformed. Fiona possesses limited flying abilities and almost died when she flew too high up and lost control; fortunately she was rescued by members of the Jean Grey School and students from The Avengers Academy. Fiona and her brother, Flynn, are both currently students at the West Coast campus of the Avengers Academy.
A winged Inhuman who possesses griffin-like features. He was assigned to the Royal Guard and patrolled the skies above Attilan with his partners, Avius and Pinyon.
Flaidermaus and his cohorts took on The Human Torch when he flew toward Attilan without invitation. After a short battle, Pinyon doused The Torch’s flame with a stun-ray. The Torch fell helplessly to the ground, but Flaidermaus was able to swoop in at the last moment and save the young hero’s life.
Flaidermaus survived the fall of Attilan during the Infinity Event. He was last seen patrolling the parameter of New Attilan situated in the Hudson Bay.
The name ‘Flaidermaus’ is a play on ‘Fledermaus’ which is German for bat and most often associated with Johan Strauss’ operetta, ‘Die Fledermaus.’
Jaycen (last name yet to be revealed). A latent Inhuman whose abilities were triggered by exposure to the Terrigen cloud. Jason was born somewhere in Mozambique and adopted by an American family who lived in Minnesota. Although the full circumstances of Jason’s adoption has yet to be shown, it appears as though his adopted family and many of the members of their community comprised a secret sect of Inhumans decedents (and that Jason’s birth parents in Mozambique are additionally of a hidden sect of Inhumans).
Jason loved his adopted family, yet he felt very much an outcast living in rural Minnesota. He, his family, and the other members of their community tried to outrun the Terrigen Cloud but were unable to evade it when an overflowed river blocked the county road. The cloud came over them and everyone in the community were encased in Terrigenic cocoons. Jason was the only one to survive and the reasons for this still remain a bit unclear. It may have been that the other latent Inhumans who made up the community possessed some sort of genetic condition that led to Terrigenesis being fatal, or it may have been that the community was culled by Lash prior to Jason’s coming out of his cocoon.
Whatever the case, Jason was the only to survive and he emerged from the cocoon with the newfound ability to mentally control rocks, stones and other types of naturally occurring aggregates of minerals (although for some reason not sand). Initially, Jason’s ability to control rocks was raw and unrefined, he would later learn greater mastery of his abilities.
Lash had been tracking down new Inhumans created by the Terrigen Cloud, killing those who he deemed unworthy. He sought out Flint and decided the young man was indeed worthy of Terrigenesis. Lash brought Jason to Orollan, introducing him to the other members of his tribe. These Inhumans tried to convince Jason that their way of isolation and Inhuman supremacy was best, and that Medusa and the Inhumans of New Attilan were evil and sought to subjugate all other inhumans.
Medusa had been tracking Lash, trying to put a stop to his murderous culling of the new Inhumans he had deemed unworthy. With Eldrac’s assistance, Medusa was finally able to learn the whereabouts of Orolann and she and her forces mounted an attack on Lash and his tribe.
Jason held his own in a battle; he was even able to use his telepathic control of rocks to fend off Gorgon.
Medusa and Lash ultimately called a truce and a temporary peace was forged between Orolann and New Attilan. Following the battle, Jason spoke with his fellow NuHuman, Inferno. Inferno relayed to Jason that Medusa was no threat and that she was much more interested in the wellbeing of the NuHumans compared to the murderous Lash. Jason opted to leave Orollan and return with Inferno to New Attilan. Shortly thereafter, Jason decided on the name ‘Flint’ as his Inhuman name.
Living in New Attilan, Jason trained with Gorgon and gradually learned to refine his powers. Parts of his arms and the skin around his eye had calcified into a rock-like substance; with concentration, however, he was able to make this disappear and resume his more human-looking appearance. Flint also learned to create an armor-like shell of rocks about his body, greatly enhancing his strength and durability in combat situations.
The upper limits of Flint’s powers have yet to be revealed. On one occasion he was able to control the decent of the entire floating city of Aerie, saving the city and preventing it from crashing into New Attilan.
Flint has remained rather reluctant over this new life as an Inhuman and superhero. He is often fearful over the constant perils of this new life as well as nostalgic toward his former life as a civilian. Nevertheless, he proven his valor on numerous occasions. Flint had a crush on his fellow NuHuman, Iso, and the two shared a kiss after a brief skirmish with an escaped prisoner. Iso has since stated that she would like to remain simply friends. Flint was hurt by this, but respected Iso’s feelings on the matter.
Flint was recruited by Crystal to be a member of her ambassadorial team aboard the Royal Inhuman Vehicle (RIV). Crystal had stated that she wanted Flint as a member of her team due to his sense of idealism and good nature. Crystal felt that she had grown a bit jaded in her views of human/Inhuman relations and she wanted Flint as part of her team so to offer a counterbalance and a greater sense of optimism.
Flint has had numerous adventures alongside Crystal’s team, including a mission that took the squad to the nation of Sin-Cong as well as a more recent mission that had them investigating one of the mysterious Sky Spears that had planted itself in mainland China.
Flint had a very harrowing experience during this mission in China. He had been battling the Chinese hero, The Collective Man, who had fallen under the mental sway of the Sky Spear. The Collective man is incurably powerful, possessing super strength and durability. During he fight, The Collective Man was split up into his original form of five twin brothers. Flint did not realize that, when split into this original form, the brothers who make up The Collective Man do not possess enhanced durability. Flint hurdled a bounder at one of the brothers and it ended up severely injuring him. The other heroes were able to get the brother medical assistance in time to save his life, but Flint was beside himself with dread that he had almost killed someone with his powers.
Following the mission in China, Crystal spoke with Flint and informed him that she had made progress in her efforts to discover the whereabouts of Flint’s birth family. One of Crystal’s agents, a latent Inhuman named Ana Kravinoff, had tracked the secret sect of Inhumans to a location in Mozambique. Kravinoff was willing to this information with Crystal under the condition that The inhumans help her avoid the Terrigen Cloud.
An Inhuman who lived in Italy back in the sixteenth century. Florio had been a merchant in Milan and was a great descendant of the modern era Inhuman, Lineage. As a descendent of Lineage, a portion of Florio’s consciousness remains trapped within Lineage, able to offer advice and guidance when called upon.
One of the Inhuman dignitaries who served on Maximus’ puppet-cabinet version of the Genetic Council (following Maximus’s taking the throne in the wake of the Silent War event). Councilman Flagon only served for a short while before it was discovered that Black Bolt had been abducted and replaced by a Super Skrull sleeper agent. Maximus dissolved the Genetic Council fearing that further Skrulls may have infiltrated its ranks. Flugron has not been seen from since.
A latent Inhuman whose terrigenesis was triggered by exposure to the Terrigen cloud. Flynn’s older sister, Fiona was affected by Terrigenesis first and it caused her to grow feathers and the ability for limited flight. She documented her transformation on her blog. This garnered the attention of some xenophobic bullies who attacked Fiona and would have done her serious harm had she not been able to fly off and escape.
Flynn’s terrigenesis occurred soon thereafter. It caused his muscles to enlarge and become covered in tendril-like veins. He was endowed with super human strength as well as flight. Although Flynn had often had an antagonistic relationship with his older sister, he felt very protective toward her and went off to seek out deadly vengeance on the bullies who had attacked her. Flynn was intercepted by a number of the students from The Avengers Academy as well as The Jean Grey School before he could do anything he might ultimately regret. The Academy student, Finesse was especially helpful in coaxing Flynn to calm down and see things more clearly.
Both Flynn and his sister have since enrolled in the Avengers Academy and, presumably, they remain there learning to better master their new powers.
Reader’s dog, companion, and often-times conduit through which he uses his powers. It is unclear whether or not Foray is just a regular dog, or if he had been exposed to the Terrigen Mists such as the case with Lockjaw. What breed of dog Foray is also unclear. He may be a mutt or a shepherd; to me I definitely see him as a Blue Healer.
Foray and Reader share a special bond. They can communicate telepathically. Reader is blind yet he is able to use his powers to see through Foray’s eyes. Reader has demonstrated a number of different powers and some of them have manifested through Foray. Hopefully more will be revealed about Foray’s origins in subsequent Inhuman tales.
An Inhuman with nocturnal vision, enhanced strength, speed and reflexes and large, sharpened fangs. He was recruited by Apocalypse to be a member of The Dark Riders, a group of vicious killers who targeted mutants and humans as part of a survival of the fittest agenda. Foxbat acted as the Dark Rider’s field leader. He was later killed by Genesis (Tyler Dayspring) when the evil mutant assumed command of The Dark Riders
A young Inhuman who came of age during a time in which the Genetic Council held great sway over the governance of Attilan. In adherence with their philosophy of eugenics, the council had instituted a mandate for prearranged marriages. Frag was assigned to marry an Inhuman named Tally because the council had come to the conclusion that their two bloodlines would produce a child for whom Terrigenesis would bare advantageous results.
Frag was never actually shown on the page, but it seemed as though most of his peers found him boorish and that he had little to offer other than being from a prestigious family among Attilan society.
Tally did not love Frag. She loved another and was heartbroken over being forced into a loveless marriage. Tally took her own life, leaping from a balcony overlooking the city square. What became of Frag, meanwhile, remains unknown. Whether or not he married someone else and his current whereabouts remain unrevealed.
An Inhuman from the Marvel Cinematic Universe who appeared in the television show, Agents of Shield. Dwight was a new Inhuman who was transformed after exposure to Terrrigen by way of the traces that had made its way into fish oil supplements. The powers this transformation bestowed Dwight were not very impressive and seemed to entail nothing more than breaking out into terrible hives whenever he came into contact with another Inhuman.
Dwight was discovered by Lash and assisted in the tracking down of other Inhumans. Dwight was a gifted computer programmer and he used his coding skills to ascertain the whereabouts of various Inhumans (whom Lash would subsequently hunt and kill).
Dwight’s activities garnered the attention of Shield and he was apprehended in a joint effort with the ATCU. The groups had hoped to interrogate Dwight so to learn the identity and location of Lash. Before they could, however, Lash intercepted the transport van taking Dwight to the ATCU headquarters. Lash killed Dwight so to silence him and prevent the Inhuman from exposing his secrets.
The name ‘Dwight Fry’ is a homage to the 1930’s actor of the same name who portrayed ‘Renfield’ in the Universal Studios production of Dracula. Dwight was portrayed by actor, Chad Lindberg.
Sylvia Prell. A latent Inhuman whose transformation was caused by the Terrigen Cloud. Sylvia was a college student from New York City who manifested the ability to transform herself into an organism of pure electricity. Initially, Fulmina experienced great difficulty controlling these powers, but was assisted in attaining greater control by The Superior Spider-Man. Her current whereabouts remains unknown.
A latent Inhuman whose supernatural abilities were triggered by exposure to the Terrigen Cloud. Fume possesses the ability to create and control a combustible gas.Fume was one of the NuHumans recruited by Lash and brought to Orolann.
Fume and a group of his colleagues were coerced by their fellow, NuHuman, Hollow, to travel to New York and abduct the young heroes, Haechi and Sun Girl (of the New Warriors). Hollow’s intentions were to offer Haechi to Lash as a new Inhuman recruit and in so doing hopefully win a place of greater status and power within Lash’s tribe. Hallow ordered his minions to kill Sun Girl, but she and Haechi were able to escape.
Lash arrived and was displeased by Hallow’s actions. He killed Hallow as punishment for his showing weakness. He then brought Fume and the others back to Oralann. Presumedly, Fume still resides there.
An Inhuman with green, scaled skin and frog-like features. Furgar was a junior-ranking member of the Genetic Council during a time in which the Royal Family had been banished and the council was the supreme rulers of Attilan.
A pragmatist, Furgar often voted with the majority of the council and rarely showed interests in pursuing his own agendas. Furgar conspired with Chancellor Arcadius and the rest of the council to abandon Attilan with the Terrigen Crystals during a crisis in which the blue area of the moon was losing its oxygen. They entered into a tenuous pact with the sorceress, Morgan le Fey, to utilize the resurfaced continent of Atlantis as a new foundation for the recreating of the Inhuman peoples, fully dominated and ruled by Acardius and the council.
This nefarious plot was ultimately undone by the combined efforts of The Royal Family, Prince Namor The Sub-Mariner, and The Fantastic Four. Atlantis sank back down to the sea floor and Furgar and his fellow council members all perished from drowning.