HERA 

Real Name: Hera Argeia

Identity/Class: Olympian god

Occupation: Queen of the Olympian gods; goddess of marriage

Group Membership: Olympian gods, Olympus Group (Earth corporation)

Affiliations: Achelous, Amazons (Hippolyta, others), Arachne, Argus, Avengers, Avengers (Ares, Captain Marvel (Noh-Varr), Hawkeye (Bullseye), Iron Patriot (Norman Osborn), Ms. Marvel (Karla Sofen), Sentry, Spider-Man (Mac Gargan), Wolverine (Daken) ), Pythagoras Dupree, Eris, Eurystheus, Hephaestus, Delphyne Gorgon, Huntsman, Kyknos, Lamia, Pluto;
formerly Typhon

Enemies: Aegis, Athena, Cronus, Hebe, Hercules, Taylor Madison, Megara, Mikaboshi, Neptune, Semele, the Titans, Typhon

Known Relatives: Cronus (father), Rhea (mother); Gaea (grandmother), Ouranos (grandfather, deceased); Zeus (husband/brother); Ares, Hephaestus (sons), Eilithyia, Eris, Hebe (daughters); Chiron (half-brother), Neptune, Pluto (brothers); Demeter, Vesta (sisters); Crius, Coeus, Hyperion, Iapetus, Oceanus (uncles); Mnemosyne, Phoebe, Tethys, Theia, Themis (aunts); Asteria, Atlas, Leto, Epimetheus, Prometheus (cousins), Menoetius (cousin, deceased); Apollo, Dionysus, Hercules, Hermes, Polyphemus, Triton (nephews); Artemis, Athena, Persephone, Venus (nieces), Alex Aaron, Kyknos (grandsons)

Aliases: Hera Panhellenios, Juno; formerly Augustine Jones

Base of Operations: Olympus; sometimes Earth

First Appearance: Thor I#129 (June, 1966)

Powers/Abilities: Hera possesses the conventional powers of the Olympian gods including superhuman strength (Class 25), vitality, longevity and resistance to injury. Hera also has many mystical energy-wielding powers, not all of which have been depicted, that may surpass those of all other Olympian goddesses. Her magical abilities are known to be surpassed by those of her brothers Zeus, Neptune and Pluto. It is not known how the energy-wielding abilities of her sisters Demeter and Vesta compare to Hera's. Evidently, Hera's mystical powers enable her to fly at great speed, shape-change her form to manipulate her size or very appearance to that of another person, animal or object, and she can render herself and other beings invisible from mortal eyesight. Hera can cast spells to change the form of other beings or objects and is able to project mystic bolts of highly concussive force. She is also capable of teleporting between dimensions such as from Olympus to Earth.

Height: 5'10"
Weight: 435 lbs.
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Blonde

History:

(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe I#12: Zeus - BTS) - The Titan Cronus rose to power in the realm that would become Olympus after slaying his father, the sky god Ouranos. The fatally wounded Ouranos prophesized that Kronus would likewise be overthrown by one of his children.

(Myth/Incredible Hercules#130 (fb)) - Hera is the youngest daughter of the Titan-gods Cronus and Rhea and was born on the Grecian island of Samos. Due to Gaea's prophecy that one of his children would overthrow him (much as he had slain his father Ouranus), Cronus swallowed each of his children as they emerged from Rhea's womb including Hera. (or: Fearing that he would be dethroned by one of his offspring just as he had overthrown his own father, Cronus imprisoned each of his own offspring in Tartarus, the darkest section of Hades, the Olympian underworld, as soon as he or she was born.) Appalled, the children's mother Rhea gave birth to Zeus without Cronus's knowledge and gave him to the primeval Earth goddess Gaea to be raised in secret.

(Incredible Hercules#130 (fb)) - A nearly adult Zeus poisoned Cronus' cup, forcing him to vomit up his siblings. Zeus led Pluto, Neptune and the other gods in the Titanomachy, slaying many of the Titans, including Cronus, and overthrowing their rule.

(Myth) - During the power-struggle between Zeus and Cronus, Rhea sent Hera to her aunt and uncle, the Titan water-deities Tethys and Oceanus for protection.

(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe I#12: Zeus/Thor & Hercules: Enyclopaedia Mythologica: Hera) - After the Titans were cast into Tartarus Zeus courted his sister Hera, but she initially rejected his advances. When Zeus and Hera finally wed, Gaea gave Hera a golden apple tree. At some point Hera relocated the apple tree to her sacred orchard in the shadow ot Atlas where it was guarded by his daughters the Hesperides. However, Zeus was highly unfaithful and engaged in many love affairs. To add insult to injury, the king of the gods not only dallied with goddesses but also with Earth mortals whom Hera regarded as nothing more than inferior beings to be used as pawns by the gods. In response to this treatment of their marriage vows and of her, Hera was constantly jealous and angered by Zeus's conduct and thus was always driven to punish her husband's mistresses and/or the children he fathered with them. An incident involved her treatment of her own cousin, the goddess Leto who bore Zeus's children, the twin gods Apollo and Artemis. There were other accountings of Hera's behavior towards Zeus's lovers and illegitimate offspring.

(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition#9: Olympians - BTS) - Via Hera, Zeus fathered Ares, Hephaestus, Hebe, and Eris/Discord/Bellona

(Incredible Hercules#140 (fb) ) - After Hera gave birth to Hephaestus she despised him so much that she tossed him minutes after his birth from Mount Olympus. After nine days and nine nights Hephaestus landed in the ocean, the impact breaking his leg. The sea-nymph Thetis saved and raised Hephaestus. She gave him a workshop in her underwater grotto and Hephaestus became a formidable inventor and craftsman. When Hera saw the things he created she realized her mistake and took him back to Olympus.

(Incredible Hercules#140 (fb)) - When Hera welcomed Hephaestus back to Olympus and arranged his marriage to Aphrodite, Zeus presided over the ceremony.

(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition#15: Zeus - BTS) - Zeus, Hera, Neptune, Demeter, Vesta, together with Zeus' children Aphrodite, Apollo, Ares, Artermis, Athena, Hephaestus, and Hermes, comprised the membership of the high council of Olympian gods known as the Pantheon.

(Incredible Hercules#130 (fb) - BTS) - Prophesying that the gods would one day be attacked by monsters that could only be slain by a mortal bearing the lion's sign, Athena arranged for Zeus to father Hercules, a savior for the world of gods and men from monsters and fearsome giants when they would rise in revolt against Heaven. Hera became incensed when Zeus chose a mortal to birth his personal champion, rather than her.

(Incredible Hercules#126 (fb) ) - Athena led Hera along that Earthly path to find the young infant Alcaeus. Not knowing the infant's identity, Hera accepted Athena's suggestion to suckle the infant. Hera did so until the infant bit down onto her bosom with inhuman power, at which point she hurled him away from her; her divine breast milk allegedly granted the infant virtual invulnerability...and also led the boy to be renamed Heracles ("The Glory of Hera").

(Hercules III#1 (fb) - BTS/Incredible Hercules#126 (fb) ) - When Hercules was only an infant Hera tried to eliminate him by placing two serpents in his cradle but he strangled them displaying his already prodigious superhuman strength.

(Incredible Hercules#126) - Hera and Athena watched Hercules help Thebes defeat Minyan armies. Hera wasn't pleased that the humans defied their gods by taking temple offerings to fight the Minyans. She promised that Hercules would never become champion of Olympus and that Ares would slay him.

(Incredible Hercules#130 (fb)) - Zeus romanced Semele, who fell in love with him. The jealous Hera tricked Semele into asking Zeus (who had sworn to grant her any wish) to reveal himself to her in all his glory. Feeling honor bound to comply, Zeus did so, and Semele was consumed by his energies.

(Hercules III#5 (fb) - BTS) - After Hercules had passed out from a night of heavy drinking, Hera took control of his mind, forcing him to slay his wife, Magara, and their children.

(Incredible Hercules#122 (fb) ) - During Hercules' original Twelve Labors Hera descended to Earth as an Amazon to tell them that Hercules was trying to abduct their Queen Hippolyta because she didn't want Hercules to get any happiness (which he did get while spending the night with Hippolyta).

(Hercules III#2 (fb)) - After the death of Hercules enemy Eurystheus, Hera appeared on Earth and resurrected him so that he might contend against Hercules in the future.

(Incredible Hulk: Hercules Unleashed#1 (fb) / Incredible Hercules#129 (fb)) - After Hercules burned himself to death to escape the pain of Nessus' poison, Zeus split Hercules' divine aspect away from his mortal shade and brought him to Olympus as a god. To appease Hera, whose jealous anger over Hercules' adulterous origins had plagued Hercules his whole mortal life, Zeus wed Hercules to Hera's favorite daughter Hebe. Hera's hatred of Hercules still endures to this day since he was transformed into a full Olympian god by Zeus himself centuries ago. To Hera, Hercules's existence serves as a constant reminder of Zeus's past infidelities, especially his fascination with mortal females.

(Incredible Hercules#141 (fb)) - Scared of Typhon the Olympians fled to Egypt as animals. Athena mocked Zeus for this cowardly move and he returned to Greece to fight Typhon once again.

(Myth) - Hera was also known to exact revenge on others if she felt slighted by them. During the Trojan War she sided with the Greek warriors against the royal household of Troy because one of its princes, Paris, decided that Venus was a more beautiful goddess over Hera during a contest held amongst Hera, Athena and Venus to be awarded the title of "the most beautiful". Hera was so enraged by this decision that even after the destruction of Troy she still was vengeful against the survivors of the ravaged city itself and acted against them and their leader Aeneas, the mortal son of Aphrodite who became the ancestor of the Roman peoples.

(Thor Annual#8) - During the war, Hera observed the arrival of the Asgardian god Thor, who had traveled back in time and become involved fighting on the side of Troy.

(Greek-Roman myth) - Hera's actions against Aeneas and his fellow Trojan survivors were only abated after Zeus interceded and commanded her to desist in any further retaliation. It is said that Hera did so only after Zeus compromised with her that the survivors would not name their rebuilt civilization Troy, the name of their former homeland but instead would give it another name. To this Zeus agreed thus giving way for the civilization of Rome to eventually be founded. When the civilization of Rome was established the worship of the gods spread throughout the empire, similarly as it did in Greece many ages past, and Hera's worship carried over where she was revered under the Latin name of Juno.

(Thor Annual#5) - Hera was present when Hercules attempted to convince Zeus to wage war against Olympus. Hera was against the war at first, but after Loki masqueraded as Thor to launch a cowardly attack on Hercules, she sided with Hercules.

(Thor I#129) - Hera was present when Hercules was consigned to replace her brother Pluto as Monarch of Hades.

(Avengers I#173) - Hera and Zeus were secretly observed by the cosmically powerful Korvac, who at that time had designs on supplanting the great powers of the universe.

(Thor I#301) - Hera was present in Olympus when Thor requested the aid of Zeus in reviving the Asgardians slain by the Celestials.

(Hulk vs. Hercules: When Titans Collide#1 (fb)) - Hera observed as Olympus was invaded in turn by the Hulk, Cronus, giants and other creatures of Tartarus.

(Avengers I#284-285) - When Zeus attempted to destroy the Avengers for injuries Hercules had suffered while serving with them, Hera conspired with Prometheus to heal Hercules' injuries so that he could explain the Avengers' innocence to Zeus. Hera brought the Wasp to safety, and had Hermes bring Captain America and Dr. Druid to Prometheus for healing. Thanks to Hera's efforts, Zeus was finally able to see his error, and forbade Olympians from journeying to earth in the future.

(Avengers I#349) - Hera challenged Ares to a contest to see who could cause Hercules more sorrow. She therefore set into motion a plot against him concerning his growing love for the mortal Taylor Madison, who was actually a creation of Zeus.

(Avengers I#357) - Hera spied on Hercules and Taylor Madison from Olympus.

(Thor I#467) - Hera observed the personal combat between Pluto and Sif, over the good name of Thor.

(Avengers Annual#23) - Hera was present in Olympus when Typhon attempted to destroy their life-forces with the Promethean Flame. She was saved by the Avengers, who defeated Typhon.

(Avengers I#380-382) - Hera assumed the form of Augustine Jones, and became the roommate of Taylor Madison.

(Avengers I#384) - In the guise of the human Augustine Jones, Hera escorted Taylor Madison to Avengers Mansion. Hera revealed herself and attacked the Avengers, their butler Jarvis, and Taylor. Hercules arrived and fought with Hera who revealed her centuries-old hatred of Hercules as he was the illegitimate son of her husband Zeus and the mortal princess Alcmena. Desiring revenge, Hera attacked Hercules with mystical bolts but he was able to endure them. Zeus interrupted their battle with a lightning bolt and revealed that he knew of Hera's plot all along to torture Hercules since their son Ares betrayed their contest by informing Zeus of it. Zeus returned Hera to Olympus.

(Incredible Hulk: Hercules Unleashed) - Hera was present when Zeus was overlooking Earth and Hercules from a mystic pool on Olympus. She confronted Zeus with his previous infidelities, which incited his anger.

(Hercules III#1 (fb) - BTS, Hercules III#1-2 - BTS) - Hera plotted with Eurystheus to arrange a set of twelve modern labors designed to destroy Hercules.

(Hercules III#3) - Hera met with Eurystheus, replacing the previous 9-12th labors to make them harder for Hercules.

(Hercules III#4) - Hera convinced the other Olympians to vote against Zeus to not interfere in Hercules' current labors.

(Hercules III#5) - Hera met with Eurystheus after Hercules had successfully completed his final labor. Though disappointed she continued to plot for the future. When Eurystheus criticized her, she threatened to kill them, then decided to leave him for Hercules.

(Ares#1) - After a battle with Pluto, Hera met with the other gods of Olympus as they discussed how distasteful Ares' brutality was to them.

(Ares#2) - Hera witnessed Ares' return to Olympus after his son Alex Aaron had been stolen by Mikaboshi, the Japanese demon who had come to invade Olympus. Ares was infuriated that his family had taken Alex to Olympus just to provoke him to come to their aid, and blamed Hera for the decision, although she apologized to him.

(Ares#3) - Hera fought for Olympus as it was invaded by Japanese demons led by Mikaboshi, and looked to Ares for strategy on the battlefield.

(Ares#4) - Hera stood at Zeus' side as Asklepios helped heal him of injuries incurred battling Mikaboshi.

(Ares#5) - Hera joined the Olympians in their last battle against Mikaboshi's forces. During the battle, she saw a centipede-like creature come at Hercules from behind, but didn't warn him, being ever spiteful. Aided by benevolent gods of the east, the Olympians prevailed, but they could find no trace of Zeus in the aftermath.

(Incredible Hercules#137 (fb) ) - Hera financed Pythagoras Dupree in his agenda to kill all possible candidates Athena could use to find him and to create Continuum for her.

(Incredible Hercules#123 (fb) - BTS) - By Hera's order Neptune was attacked by Hippolyta during meditation in Melanesia. She and her warriors easily defeated Neptune, who had been weakened since he had to stay on Earth after Olympus' destruction. The Amazons brought Neptune to their stolen Atlantean base and Hippolyta forced him sign over his shares in the Olympus Group to Hera and Pluto.

(Incredible Hercules#121 - BTS) - Hera sent Hippolyta to recruit Ares for her cause, but Ares had no interest.

(Incredible Hercules#123) - Hera called in a meeting of the Olympus Group after Zeus' death without Neptune, Ares and Athena. Though Apollo didn't want to start the meeting with so many gods missing, Hera insisted that they start the meeting, after hitting Apollo with a lightning bolt. She revealed that Neptune had signed over his shares of the company to her and Pluto and that they would now create a new Olympus for true Olympians with their main goal being the death of the half-breeds Athena and Hercules.

(Assault on New Olympus Prologue#1 (fb) ) - Hera reformed the board of the Olympus Group with Huntsman, Delphyne, Pluto and her lover/bodyguard Typhon.

(Incredible Hercules#127 - BTS) - Hera sent Huntsman to kill Athena's mortal agent Aegis (Trey Collins).

(Incredible Hercules#138 (fb) - BTS) - Hephaestus created a variety of machines for Hera. Only he and Hera possessed keys to the elevator that led up to the Continuum chamber.

(Incredible Hercules#127) - Accompanied by Typhon Hera confronted Athena at Silly's Greek Diner about representing the Olympians at the Council of Godheads during the Skrull crisis. After a heated argument Hera left and implied that Athena's agent Aegis was dead.

  That afternoon Hera met with Norman Osborn to speak about the Olympus Group's plans, but Osborn was angered by her plans and demanded from her to keep him informed.

  Later, with Aegis' body placed at the Excello Soap Company, Hera waited with Typhon, Huntsman, Pluto and Delphyne Gorgon for Athena, Hercules and Amadeus. Their upcoming fight was interrupted by Osborn's Avengers.

(Incredible Hercules#128) - Hera was attacked by Iron Patriot (Osborn) himself. After Athena and her allies had escaped she decided to make a deal with Osborn and agreed to consult with Osborn on the continuation of the Olympus Group's plans with Continuum. Osborn then revealed to her that Hera's office had informed him where Hera would be tonight and that Continuum was rolled out. Hera now realized that Hebe had betrayed her.

(Incredible Hercules#129) - Angered by Hebe's treachery Hera attacked her at the Olympus Group HQ and tossed her out a window. Delphyne immediately threatened Hera for the murder of her daughter, but Hebe actually survived the fall thanks to her regenerative abilities. Hera watched Hebe run away and declared that she wasn't her daughter anymore before warning Delphyne to never point a weapon at her again. She then ordered her son Huntsman to stash away the Aegis breastplate.

(Dark Reign: Ares#2 (fb) ) - Hera and Pluto made a deal with Kyknos to make him the new god of war after Ares angered Hera by allying with mortals against her.

(Dark Reign: Ares#1) - Hera visited Ares at an army training facility to inform him that his son was badly hurt at a long-abandoned SHIELD base. Ares believed her and took his new squad with him unaware that it was all a trick by Hera.

(Assault on New Olympus Prologue#1 (fb) - BTS) - Hera found the Naiad Venus for Aphrodite.

(Assault on New Olympus Prologue#1) - In a dream Hera witnessed Mikaboshi killing Sharra and K'ythri. She woke up and realized Mikaboshi would soon come for the Olympians as well. She no longer felt Pythagoras Dupree's presence which meant Athena was on to her. She ordered Typhon to inform Norman Osborn because the Olympus Group would unleash Continnum shortly.

   Osborn sent some of the most influential people in finance, shipping and telecommunications to meet with Hera, who revealed to them her plan to destroy humanity, but before they could oppose her the music played by Fauns had already turned them into Hera's thralls serving her as the Olympus Group's marketing department.

(Incredible Hercules#138) - When Hebe returned to Olympus Group Tower Hera wanted to talk to her. Hera revealed her plan to kill everyone on Earth, but then was warned by the many-eyed Argus that a miniaturized ship was hidden in Hebe's armband. Hera destroyed it with lightning and severely injured Hebe at the same time. When an ambulance arrived Hera realized too late that it was all part of a scheme to infiltrate her tower. The Avengers with Hercules, Athena and Amadeus Cho jumped out of the ambulance and attacked Hera's forces. Hera immediately attacked Athena.

(Incredible Hercules#139) - Distracted by Amadeus' presence Athena was shot in the back with a lightning bolt by Hera. Hera then gloated how Athena's "marvels" would all fall one by one. When Hera recognized the young Zeus as her former husband, she shot Hercules with a lightning bolt and then ordered Typhon to secure the boy Zeus. Together the trio took the elevator to the Continuum chamber where Hera explained to Zeus how she was replace Earth with a new world and that only her followers would be taken into the new world and that the current universe would be destroyed as soon as the new universe was completed.

(Incredible Hercules#140) - Zeus convinced Hera not to destroy the universe. With tears in her eyes she ordered Typhon to shut doen Continuum, but the Titan refused to do it. Hera and Zeus hit Typhon with lightning bolts, but he easily absorbed it through the aegis breastplate he secretly wore, and then decapitated Hera with a lightning bol himself.

(Incredible Hercules#141) - Zeus attacked Typhon in retaliation for Hera's death, but was the Titan slaughtered him. Reunited in death the spirits of Hera and Zeus were taken to the underworld by Thanatos.

Comments: Adapted by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.

Hera is normally depicted as a blonde, but had black hair in Thor Annual#8.

Profile by Alex K and Prime Eternal

CLARIFICATIONS:
Hera should not be confused with:

  • Hercules, whose name means "Hera's glory", @ Journey Into Mystery Annual#1

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Avengers I#384, p8, pan4 (Hera main image)


Appearances:
Thor I#129 (June, 1966) - Stan Lee (writer/editor), Jack Kirby (penciler), Vince Colletta (inker)
Thor Annual#5 (1976) - Steve Englehart (writer), John Buscema (pencils), Tony DeZuniga (inks), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Avengers I#173 (July, 1978) - David Michelinie (writer), Sal Buscema (pencils), Joe Staton (inks), Roger Stern (editor)
Thor Annual#8 (1979) - Roy Thomas (writer), John Buscema (pencils), Tony DeZuniga (inks), Roy Thomas (editor)
Thor I#301 (November, 1980) - Mark Gruenwald & Ralph Macchio (writer), Keith Pollard (pencils), Chic Stone (inks), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Avengers I#284-285 (October-November, 1987) - Roger Stern (writer), John Buscema (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Mark Gruenwald (editor)
Avengers I#349 (July, 1992) - Bob Harras (writer), Steve Epting (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Avengers I#357 (December, 1992) - Bob Harras (writer), Steve Epting (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Thor I#467 (October, 1993) - Ron Marz (writer), Bruce Zick (pencils), Mike DeCarlo (inks), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Avengers Annual#23 (1994) - Roy Thomas (writer), John Buscema (pencils/inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Avengers I#380-382 (November, 1994 - January, 1995) - Bob Harras & Terry Kavanagh (#381) (writer), Mike Deodato (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Avengers I#384 (March, 1995) - Terry Kavanagh & Bob Harras (writer), Mike Deodato (pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Incredible Hulk: Hercules Unleashed (October, 1996) - Peter David (writer), Mike Deodato (pencils/inks), Mark Gruenwald (editor)
Hercules III#1-5 (June-October, 2005) - Frank Tieri (writer), Mark Texeira (pencils), Jimmy Palmiotti (inks), Axel Alonso (editor)
Ares#1-5 (March-July, 2006) - Michael Avon Oeming (writer), Travel Foreman (penciler), Derek Fridolfs (inker), Warren Simons (editor)
Hulk vs. Hercules: When Titans Collide#1 (June, 2008) - Greg Pak, Fred Van Lente (writers), Khoi Pham, Paul Neary, Dennis Calero, Eric Nguyen, Reilly Brown, Carlos Cuevas, Terry Pallot, Chris Sotomayor, Bob Layton (artists), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Incredible Hercules#121 (November, 2008) - Greg Pak & Fred Van Lente (writers), Clayton Henry (artist), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Incredible Hercules#122-123 (December, 2008 - Janaury, 2009) - Greg Pak & Fred Van Lente (writers), Clayton Henry & Salva Espin (artist), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Incredible Hercules#126 (April, 2009) - Fred Van Lente & Greg Pak (writers), Rodney Buchemi (pencils), Greg Adams (inks), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Incredible Hercules#127 (May, 2009) - Fred Van Lente & Greg Pak (writers), Dietrich Smith (pencils), Cory Hamscher (inks), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Incredible Hercules#128 (June, 2009) - Fred Van Lente & Greg Pak (writers), Dietrich Smith (pencils), Terry Pallot (inks), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Incredible Hercules#129 (July, 2009) - Fred Van Lente & Greg Pak (writers), Ryan Stegman (pencils), Terry Pallot (inks), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Incredible Hercules#137 (December, 2009) - Fred Van Lente & Greg Pak (writers), Rodney Buchemi (artist), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Dark Reign: Ares#1 (December, 2009) - Kieron Gillen (writer), Manuel Garcia (pencils), Stefano Gaudiano & Mark Pennington (inks), Alejandro Arbona & Warren Simons (editors)
Assault on New Olympus Prologue#1 (January, 2010) - Greg Pak & Fred Van Lente (writers), Rodney Buchemi (artist), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Dark Reign: Ares#2 (January, 2010) - Kieron Gillen (writer), Manuel Garcia (pencils), Stefano Gaudiano (inks), Alejandro Arbona (editor)
Incredible Hercules#138 (January, 2010) - Greg Pak & Fred Van Lente (writers), Rodney Buchemi (artist), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Incredible Hercules#139 (February, 2010) - Greg Pak & Fred Van Lente (writers), Rodney Buchemi & Reilly Brown (artist), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Incredible Hercules#140-141 (March-April, 2010) - Greg Pak & Fred Van Lente (writers), Rodney Buchemi (artist), Mark Paniccia (editor)


Last updated: 01/27/13

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