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Mark Sim. A latent Inhuman whose transformation was caused by exposure to the Terrigin Cloud. Terrigenesis transformed Haechi’s appearance, leaving him with gray, scaled skin and a large horn protruding from his forehead. It additionally bestowed him the ability to absorb all kinds of energy by sucking it into his mouth, fueling significantly enhanced strength, stamina, speed, and endurance. Absorbing a great amount of energy allows Haechi to transform into a large dragon-like creature that can fire energy bolts from its mouth.
Haechi became a member of the newest iteration of The New Warriors. One of his earlier adventures with the team involved his and Sun Girl being kidnapped by Inhuman agents of the villain, Lash. Haechi and Sun Girl were able to free themselves and defeat these Inhumans before returning to New York. The New Warriors series has since ended, but it is presumed that Haechi is still a member of the team.
The name ‘Haechi’ is a homage to a mythical dragon from Korean folklore.
Shane and Lori Hansen
A pair of Inhumans from the Marvel Cinematic Universe both of whom have only appeared in the television show, Agents of Shield. The two were residents of the Inhuman sanctuary and had the privilege of going through Terrigenesis. Lori was imbued with the ability to levitate, while Shane gained the power to create invisible force fields.
The two fled Afterlife once the sanctuary was discovered by Shield. They went into hiding and tried to live a normal life until they were tracked down by Dwight Fry under the orders of Lash.
Lash sought the couple out, murdering them both in their apartment. Lori’s character was portrayed by actress, Alexi Wasser. Shane was portrayed by Nick Eversman.
An Inhuman with the ability to control sophisticated machinery. He also possesses the ability to teleport. Hard-Drive was recruited by the Mutant despot, 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). Sometime therein, Hard-Drive was fashioned with cybernetic prosthetics and became a cyborg.
Hard-Drive and the rest of the Dark Riders were seemingly killed by Magneto in the pages of Uncanny X-Men. Magneto had led the Dark Riders into a trap and the villains were consumed in a massive explosion. Whether or not Hard-Drive or any of the other Dark Riders may have managed to survive has yet to be revealed.
Another of Maelstrom’s minions, Helio is actually a clone of human exposed to the mutagenic properties of the Terrigen Mists. Helio has the ability to fly and create whirlwinds of rushing air that he maintains precise control over.
Helio and his fellow minions invaded the scientific labs of Hydro-Base in an effort to steal a mutagenic nullifying agent that the scientists there had created. Helio and the minions battled The Thing of The Fantastic Four as well as the hero, Stingray. The two heroes won out and Helio and his comrades were defeated and put in restraints. Upon learning of his minions’ failure, Maelstrom sent out his other servant, Deathurge, to silence them. Deathurge succeeded in his assignment and Helio and the other minions were killed. As soon as Helio died, a new clone was immediately created. Helio has perished in battle and been re-cloned on several occasions. His current whereabouts remain unknown.
Jack, an Inhuman from the Marvel Cinematic Universe who has appeared on the television show, Agents of Shield. Jack grew up somewhere in Australia and was recruited by Beijing to live in the Inhuman sanctuary of Afterlife. Jack’s boyish manners and antisocial disposition led Jinjing to decide he was not a suitable candidate to go through Terrigenesis. Jack was extremely upset over this decision and he ultimately left Afterlife to live a hermitic life in real Montana. Before he left, Jack stole some ancient Kree artifacts that he hoped he could one day use as leverage to gain Terrigen Crystals and fulfill his wish to go through Terrigensis.
Some time later, The Shield agents, Daisy Johnson and Lincoln, tracked Jack down to recollect these items. Jack tricked the agents and only gave them half of the artifacts he had stolen. Later, after Daisy Johnson had fallen under the mental control of Hive, Daisy and Hive returned to retrieve the other half. So that Hive could exert his mental sway over a new Inhuman soldier, Daisy exposed Jack to the Terrigen Mists and he transformed, gaining the ability to charge and detonate objects with fiery, plasma based energies.
After much deliberation, Jack decided that his Inhuman name would be ‘Hellfire’ and, under Hive’s sway, he worked as an enforcer in the evil Inhuman’s plot for world domination. On one mission, Hellfire found that he could charge a pair of long metal chains, transforming the chains into a fiery whip.
Hellfire was knocked unconscious by Lincoln during Shield’s final battle with Hive. With Hive’s death, it is presumed that Hellfire would be freed from being under mental control. It remains to be seen whether or not Hellfire will play a role in the upcoming third season of Agents of Shield.
Hellfire’s analog in the 616 comic book universe is JT James, a hero who fought alongside Daisy Johnson as a member of Nick Fury’s Secret Warriors program. This version of Hellfire was not an Inhuman but rather gained his abilities from a supernatural source. He was killed during the Secret Warriors final mission.
On Agents of Shield, Hellfire is portrayed by actor, Axle Whitehead.
An Inhuman from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Charles underwent Terrigenesis following exposure to trace particles of Terrigen in fish oil supplements. His outward physiology was unaltered, but he was bestowed with the capacity to see and experience a person’s future whenever he came into physical contact with the person. Plagued by these visions, Charles left his family and ended up homeless. He was later captured by agents of Hydra. Daisy Johnson and the Agents of Shield mounted a rescue by Charles sadly perished in the ensuing firefight. Charles was able to save Daisy with his last act and he felt great solace in being able to finally save someone as opposed to envisioning their death. Charles Hinton was portrayed by actor Bjorn Johnson.
An Inhuman from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Hive was a vastly powerful Inhuman who lived on earth thousands of years ago. Terrigenesis caused this being to transform into an entity made up of billions of microscopic parasites. Hive could shed off these parasites to consume the flesh of humans in a blinding torrent. He could additionally use his parasites to infect the minds of fellow Inhumans and essentially take over their sense of will, swaying them to his bidding. When Hive’s original body grew old, its parasites moved on to a newer, younger host body thus making him ageless and essentially immortal. Hive’s sentience maintained the memories and even aspects of the personalities of each new body he possessed.
Hive went on to become a tyrant with plans to take over the entire world. A group of Inhumans and humans worked together to defeat Hive. They built a device that would transport the villain to a remote planet lightyears away in another galaxy. Hive was imprisoned on this planet. There had been a fledgling society of humanoids on this world whom Hive destroyed and consumed, leaving the planet a dead wasteland.
Back on Earth, the tale of Hive passed into the stuff of myth and legend. A secret society of occultists came to see Hive as a god who could be summoned back to earth and bring forth a new era where they would be lords and masters. This secret society was the foundation of Hydra, but only a select few within the inner circles of the organization knew of the master plan to find some means of returning Hive to earth. Over time, other factions of Hydra splintered off to pursue their own agendas.
A key aspect of Hydra’s plan to bring back Hive was The Monolith. The monolith was a large shard of stone that could act as a transmat beckon connecting Earth to the barren planet where Hive was imprisoned. Hydra did not know how to make this Monolith function, they could send objects and people into it, but did not know how to bring things back. Every year, the planets would align in such a way that the monolith would become active. The order of Hydra created a ritual where a sacrifice was chosen to venture into he Monolith and be transported away, all in the hopes that one of these sacrifices could somehow succeed in bring Hive back to earth. Following the Second World War, The Monolith feel into the hands of the United States Government.
By way of their infiltration of Shield, Hydra was able to re-obtain of the Monolith as well as the means to bring individual back through it. Through a complicated series of events, Hive was ultimately transported back to earth where it took over the recently deceased body of Hydra agent, Grant Ward.
Hive quickly took over Hydra and initiated a scheme to transform the entirety of Earth’s population into hybrid Inhumans whom he could dominate with his will. To facilitate this plan, Hive took over the mind of Shield agent, Daisy Johnson (herself an Inhuman).
Shield intervened and it all came to a climactic end when the Shield agent, Lincoln, sacrificed himself in order to trap Hive within a Quinnjet preprogramed to rocket into space. Aboard the jet was an armed nuclear warhead Hive had intended to use as a means of spreading his spores all over the earth. It detonated in the outer orbit where the spores were all vaporized upon reentry. Hive perished in the explosion, but seemed oddly content with his demise. He had lived for so long that the prospect of death seemed to comfort him.
Hive was portrayed by actor Brett Dalton.
A NuHuman whose powers manifested after exposure to the Terrigen Cloud. Hollow could make his form intangible, offering him defense against all manner of attack. Hollow was recruited by Lash shortly after his transformation. Hollow very much shared Lash’s views, coming to see regular humans as inferior beings who should be reigned over by his kind.
Hollow gathered together a group of his fellow NuHumans and traveled to New York where they abducted the young heroes, Haechi and Sun Girl (of the New Warriors). His 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. Hollow ordered his minions to kill Sun Girl, but she and Haechi were able to escape.
Lash arrived and was displeased by Hallow’s actions. Lash viewed Hallow’s ambitions as being fueled by fear. He saw it as a weakness and, in Lash’s view, weaknesses in Inhumans need to be weeded out. He fired a blast of energy at Hallow. Dismayed, Hallow forgot to make himself intangible and was incinerated by the blast. Lash then gathered Hallow’s former minions and returned to Orolann.
Also known as Creeping Death. Hoound is a Dire Wraith and member of the Universal Inhumans (one of a number of different alien species whom the Kree had subjected to the same Terrigenic experiments as Earth’s Inhumans). As part of a Celestial Prophecy, the regents of these diverse cosmic Inhumans came together and chose Black Bolt of Attilan as their king and leader.
As a member of The Light Brigade (a group of warriors made up of Universal Inhumans) Hooud and her comrades among The Light Brigade were sentenced to be sacrificed, an offering to the cosmic gods meant to anoint the creation of the Court of The Universal Inhumans. The Light Brigade stepped through the portal of Elldrac. Rather than sending them to oblivion, however, Elldrac chose to spare The Light Brigade and instead transported them to the Negative Zone.
Whiled in the Negative Zone, Hoound and the Light Brigade were captured by the forces of the despot, Annihilus.
Annihilus forced Hooud and her fellow comrades among The Light Brigade to fight in the gladiatorial arena against the Arthrosian champions. Hooud and her colleagues were killed numerous times in the arena and each time, Annihilus used his Cosmic Control Rod to resurrect them so that they might fight, and die, again.
When Human Torch of The fantastic Four was captured, he teamed up with the Light Brigade and together they engineered an escape. They managed a surprise attack on Annihilus and The Human Torch was able to wrestle free the Cosmic Control Rod, which he then used to create a portal to The Baxter Building on Earth.
Hooud possesses transformational abilities and can alter her physical shape and appearance, even to the extent of increasing and decreasing her own mass. Following the disbanding of the Court of the Universal Inhumans, Hoound returned with her queen to their home world in the Dark Nebula
Hubartes Plutaris. A latent inhuman whose Terrigenesis was triggered by exposure to the Terrigen Cloud. Hubartes (or ‘Hub’) was transformed into a living dynamo, a torrent of living energy barely able to maintain its own integrity. Although Hub was generating amazing amounts of raw energy, the process was agonizing to him and he was at risk of being torn apart and dissipating into nothingness. Inhuman scientists had managed to locate Hub shortly after his transformation. To save his life and ease his pain, the energies that now comprised his form was housed within a large mechanical object that roughly resembled a giant head. This device was then used as the living engine fueling the massive Royal Inhuman Vehicle (or RIV), a floating citadel. Powering this giant craft enabled Hub the means to continuously expel the huge amounts of energy he could create and in so doing alleviating his pain.
The symbiotic relationship between Hub and The RIV appears to be mutually beneficial to both parties. Hub required a means of venting his energies whereas The Inhumans of New Attilan required a tremendous power source to fuel the RIV. The serendipity of it all, however, casts at least the specter that this NuHuman may be being taken advantage of. Hub’s sole communication with others channels through the RIV’s captain, Swain. An empathic telepath, Swain has the capacity to manipulate the will and feelings of others. Is Hub content to act as the fueling battery for the RIV, or does he simply feel that way because Swain manipulates him to do so?
During a mission that brought the Inhumans to the sovereign nation of Sin-Cong, Hub’s consciousness was temporarily taken over by the NuHuman known as The Living Dream. This Living Dream had been a citizen of Sin-Cong who was executed in a statewide purge of all NuHumans sanctioned by the evil Commissar. While his body died his consciousness and sentience managed to persist. This sentience overwhelmed Hub, taking him over as well as taking control of the entire RIV. Seeking vengeance over his murder, the Living Dream then used the vast arsenal aboard the RIV to wage an attack on the capital of Sin-Cong.
Crystal, Gorgon, Swain, and the others were eventually able to end to the battle. The Living Dream vacated the RIV, taking up residence instead in the new Commissar of Sing-Cong.
Free from he Living Dream’s influence, Hub once again returned to his job of powering and maintaining The RIV.
Dr. Herman Frayne. An Inhuman with green, scaled skin, the ability to transform his body into a watery liquid form, as well as breath under water. Dr. Frayne was not born of Attilan. Rather he was a human professor of ecological studies who became obsessed with the notion that mankind needed to adapt into amphibian beings so to achieve true actualization. Somehow Dr. Frayne came into contact with the renegade Inhuman geneticist, Phaeder, and his son, Maelstrom. These Inhumans provided Dr. Frayne with a specialized variation of the Terrigen Mists, mists that transformed Frayne into a his amphibian form.
Renaming himself ‘Doctor Hydro,’ the villain set forth to bring his twisted obsessions to fruition. He took over the oceanography research station known as Hydro-Base and used it as his base of operations. He then used hired mercenaries to hijack several airliners, reverting the planes to Hydro-Base and taking the passages as prisoners. These prisoners were exposed to a similar form of the Terrigen Mists and each transformed into an amphibian beings.
One of the hostages that Dr. Hydro transformed was Betty Dean Prentiss, a colleague of Prince Namor The Sub-Mariner. Namor tracked Prentiss down to Hydro-Base and engaged Dr. Hydro and his minions. Dr. Hydro was ultimately defeated and apparently killed by Namor.
The transformation of Ms. Prentiss and the other ‘Hydro Men,’ however, appeared to be permanent. Namor brought the Hydro-Men to Atlantis where they did their best to cope. Later, Reed Richards of the Fantastic Four, along with the Inhuman scientists, Nadar and Budan, were able to create a chemical compound that could undo the mutagenic effects of Terrigenesis. This compound was used to transform the Hydro-Men back into regular humans.
Meanwhile, it turned out that Dr. Hydro was not killed in his initial battle with The Sub-Mariner. His minions had rescued him and he hatched a new scheme to extract revenge on Prince Namor. He used demolitions to open a fissure in the seafloor near Atlantis, causing an eruption of lava that threatened to destroy the undersea kingdom. Namor intervened once again and, following an intense battle, Dr. Hydro attempted to escape by transforming into a liquid form. Namor trapped Hydro inside of a vacuum tank and permanently sealed it. It is assumed that Dr. Hydro perished while trapped within this tank, but it is possible that he may one day return.