(of Earth-17819)

Real Name: Peter Parker

Identity/Class: Extradimensional/alternate reality (Earth-17819) human mutate (fringe character)

Occupation: Adventurer

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: None

Enemies: The Bandit, Kingpin

Known Relatives: None (see comments)

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Unrevealed

First Appearance: Spider-Man Magazine (I#17) (1996)

Powers/Abilities: HawkMan has superhuman strength and wings capable of flight.

He is also a skilled photographer, utilizing his photos to catch villains in the act of committing crimes.

Height: 5'10" (presumably)
Weight: Unrevealed (see comments)
Eyes: Unrevealed (see comments)
Hair: Unrevealed (see comments)

History: (Spider-Man Magazine (I#17) (fb) - BTS) - Peter Parker was bitten by a radioactive bird.

(Spider-Man Magazine (I#17)) - Using his newfound wings and superhuman strength, Parker became the adventurer HawkMan and used his photography skills to take pictures of criminals such as the Bandit and Kingpin in order to apprehend them.

Comments: Created by David Csicsely.

HawkMan was the product of an article in Spider-Man Magazine (I#17) called "What If?," in which children drew their the answer to the question "What if Peter Parker had been bitten by a radioactive bird instead of a spider?" In HawkMan's case, he was created by then-13-year-old David Csicely of Avvada, Colorado.

Being that HawkMan is Earth-17819's Peter Parker, it's likely he possessed the same relatives, eye color and hair color that his Earth-616 counterpart had but there was no confirmation of this in-story. Since he existed on an alternate reality, it's equally possible that he did not have the same relatives and since he was never seen outside of his costume, it's possible he had a different hair and eye color. In addition, it was unrevealed if he weighed the same as his Earth-616 counterpart. Given that he was given bird-like powers, it's possible his bones became hollow to better adapt to flight so he might weigh less than his Earth-616 counterpart.

The issue of Spider-Man Magazine featuring HawkMan was not numbered but recent reprints of the comic strips from that issue in Adventures of Spider-Man & Adventures of the X-Men trade paperbacks identified the issue as #17.

Profile by Proto-Man.

HawkMan has no known connections to:

The Bandit

The Bandit is a known enemy of HawkMan.

--Spider-Man Magazine (I#17) - BTS


Kingpin is a known enemy of HawkMan.

--Spider-Man Magazine (I#17) - BTS

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Spider-Man Magazine (I#17), p24, splash page (HawkMan, main image)

Spider-Man Magazine (I#17) (1996) - "What If?: HawkMan" - David Csicsely (writer, art), Amy Weingartner (editor)

First Posted: 04/20/2020
Last updated: 04/20/2020

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