Lion of Olympus
Prince of Power
Scion of Zeus
|Citizen of Olympus with provisional citizenship in the United States.|
|Nation or Planet of Origin|
|Base of Operations|
New York, New York
Demigod with god-like strength, speed, stamina, agility, durability and immortality; immune to all known diseases and environments for extended periods of time.
Excellent hand-to-hand combatants with combat training.
Excellent athlete with training in the traditional Olympic sports.
Golden Mace: Virtually indestructible mace made of enchanted Adamantine.
Avengers Vol. 1
Hercules Vol. 1 & 2
Thor Vol. 1
|Journey into Mystery An. 1 (1965)|
Stan Lee & Jack Kirby
Note: Although the creator of the Greek hero Hercules is lost to antiquity he appears in ancient plays by Sophocles, Euripides, and Seneca.
Hercules is the son of Zeus, king of the gods of Olympus, and Alcmena, a mortal woman who lived about three thousand years ago. Recognizing the need for a son who would be powerful enough to defend both the Olympian gods and humanity from future dangers Zeus seduced Alcmena in the guise of her husband, King Amphitryon of Troezen. Born with extraordinary strength the infant Hercules strangled two serpents sent by Zeus jealous wife Hera. As an adult, Hercules is best known for his celebrated Twelve Labors which earned him immortality from Zeus.
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