Hayden P. Hellman
|Olympic God of the Underworld|
|Olympic God, believed by most to be a myth.|
|Nation or Planet of Origin|
|Base of Operations|
|Tartarus Castle, Hades|
|Black, but balding|
Being with god-like strength, speed, agility, stamina, durability, an immunity to all known diseases and environments.
Able to manipulate the spirits of the dead under his control.
Battleaxe: Mystical weapon capable of focusing projectile bolts.
Helmet of Invisibility: Armored headgear created by the one-eyed giants known as Cyclopes.
Legions of un-dead soldiers.
Defenders Vol. 2
Thor Vol. 1
|Thor Vol. 1 #127 (April, 1966)|
|Stan Lee & Jack Kirby|
The eldest son of the Olympian Titan Chronos. Fearing he would be dethroned by his offspring, as he did his father Ouranos, Chronos imprisoned Pluto and his siblings within Tartarus, the darkest section of Hades.
Appalled, the children's mother Rhea gave birth to her son Zeus in secret and left him in the care of the primeval Earth goddess Gaea. The adult Zeus freed his siblings and lead a successful revolt against Chronos, imprisoning him and the Titan warriors within Tartarus.
Zeus charged his brooding brother Pluto with the duty of warden over Chronos and the Titans, a task which he relished as the master of Hades.
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