Hyperion (Marvel)(03 - MAX)
Real Name: Mark Milton
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Flight, god-like strength, nigh invulnerability, super-speed, heightened senses, destructive energy blasts.
Vulnerable to mental manipulation (e.g., Nighthawk's hypnosis device), and potentially vulnerable to the unique radiation of his birthing space-craft (e.g., like kryptonite).
Hyperion is an alien sent to Earth as a baby and raised by agents of the United States government in a secret government compound by a pseudo-family, under the auspices of a normal childhood. His powers began developing early on and he and the scientists observing him discovered that he had vast superhuman strength, resistance to injury, and speed. Government agents began to manipulate him into becoming a weapon for the U.S. government, and he is publicly revealed to be a hero, dubbed as Hyperion. Eventually Mark questions his role, and seeks out proof of his origin hidden by the government. This leads to his attempted murder by the government and his current alienation from humanity.
In August 2003, Marvel's mature-readers imprint, MAX Comics, started Supreme Power by J. Michael Straczynski, ostensibly chronicling a rebooted version of the Squadron Supreme (though the group does not form until much later). The series examines the early development of the characters.
First Appearance: Supreme Power (2003) #1
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Doctor Spectrum (2004)
#2 New Avengers (2013)
- 'Full Spectrum'#6
- 'Full Spectrum'
Saga of Squadron Supreme (2006)
Squadron Supreme (2006)
Squadron Supreme (2008)
#1 Squadron Supreme: Hyperion vs. Nighthawk (2007)
- 'Power to the People! Part 1 of 6: Four For The Future!'#7
- 'One Fine Day: Part 1'#9
- 'A Matter of Seconds...!'#11
- 'Raise the Bar!'
Supreme Power (2003)
#1 Supreme Power (2011)
- 'Contact'#1 (Marvel's Greatest Comics Edition)
- 'Coming Out'#4
- 'Assumed Names'#5
- 'Crank Up the Volume'#6
- 'Questions of Perspective'#7
- 'Powers and Principalities'#8
- '"Ubi Dubium, Ibi Libertas"'#9
- 'Ten O'Clock'#10
- 'Ladies' Night'#11
- 'Never Alone'#12
- 'Ominous Tiding Expressed as Four-Part Harmony'#13
- 'Natural Orders'#14
- 'Objects in Motion'#15
- 'Collateral Damage'#16
- 'The Deconstruction of Mark Milton'#17
- 'True Faces'#18
- 'Exhibit R: The Statement of Mark Milton'
#2 Supreme Power: Hyperion (2005)
- 'Supreme Power Part 2'#3
- 'Supreme Power Part 3'
#1 Ultimate Mystery (2010)
- 'Falling Angels, Pt. 1'#2
- 'Falling Angels, Pt. 2'#3
- 'The Least Resistance'#4
- 'Full Circle'#5
- 'The Prodigal Son'
Ultimate Power (2006)
- 'Part 1 of 9'#2
- 'Part 2 of 9'#3
- 'Part 3 of 9'#4
- 'Part 4 of 9'#5
- 'Part 5 of 9'#7
- 'Part 7 of 9'#8
- 'Part 8 of 9'#9
- 'Part 9 of 9'
Squadron Supreme (Marvel)(Earth-31916)
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