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Membership: None identified

Purpose: None...they were obsolete; originally were meant to protect Sin-Cong

Affiliations: Inhumans (Crystal, Flint, Grid, Naja, Panacea)

Enemies: Commanding General Hoy, Commissar

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Biotech Facilities in the Socialist Republic of Sin-Cong

First Appearance: All-New Inhumans#2 (February, 2016)


(All-New Inhumans#2 (fb) - BTS) - After the Commissar's defeat at the hands of the Avengers Commanding General Hoy believed Sin-Cong was in need of its own superhuman army. Inspired by the tales of how American heroes gained their powers he sunk half of Sin-Cong's treasury into experiments on "volunteers", who were mutated into the Un-Humans.

(All-New Inhumans#3 (fb) - BTS) - Radiation (presumably gamma) was used to mutate the Un-Humans.

(All-New Inhumans#2) - The Commissar showed the Un-Humans to the visiting Inhumans during dinner. Crystal offered the Commissar to take the mutates with them to give them medical care, but the Commissar had different plans for them and sent in soldiers and robots to take them back to their cells. The Hulk-like Un-Human broke free and jumped up to the Commissar and Crystal to take the Inhumans' offer for help, but a robot shot him down. When the soldiers threatened to kill the Un-Human for embarrassing their leader in front of his guests the Inhuman Flint saved the mutate from the soldiers. Angered by Flint's actions the Commissar could only be calmed down when Crystal pretended that she lashed out because she, as a mere woman, was overwhelmed by the Commissar's brutal show of force.

(All-New Inhumans#3) - Following orders from Crystal the Inhumans Grid, Naja and Panacea broke into Sin-Cong's Biotech Facilities and found the Un-Humans incarcerated inside. Panacea released them from their cells and used her healing powers to revert the mutations of the three Un-Humans. Though she healed two of them successfully the third (the Captain America-type) was beyond true healing, but she triggered a massive tissue growth in his brain to make his death as painless as possible. She told Naja and Grid that she couldn't fix the trauma the surviving Un-Humans suffered during their time as mutates.

Comments: Created by James Asmus, Charles Soule (writers) & Stefano Caselli (artist).

It is unknown if the three mutates first seen in All-New Inhumans#2 were the only mutates created by Sin-Cong's experiments, but they seemed to be the only ones left when the Inhumans visited the country.

The trio seen is clearly based on American heroes Captain America, the Human Torch and the Hulk.

I will leave "volunteers" in quotes because Sin-Cong just seems like the type of country that would experiment on people against their will. Be it prisoners, poor people or any person that could cause trouble for the regime.

Profile by Markus Raymond.

Un-Humans have no known connection to:

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All-New Inhumans#3, p12, pan1 (main image)
All-New Inhumans#3, p12, pan5 (cured)

All-New Inhumans#2 (February, 2016) - James Asmus & Charles Soule (writers), Stefano Caselli (artist), Nick Lowe (editor) All-New Inhumans#3 (March, 2016) - James Asmus & Charles Soule (writers), Stefano Caselli (artist), Nick Lowe (editor)

Last updated: 10/22/16.

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