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Berrylow is a list of characters whose reality does not have an official designation and we do not feel the reality is defined enough to assign a TRN to. NOTE: The list may also include characters whose home reality is totally unknown - they are only shown outside their reality with no indication of where they are from.

Character Index - Unknown Realities

H.E.R.B.I.E.

Highly Engineered Robot Built for Interdimensional Exploration (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Comics Vol 1 1001 0001.jpg
Appearances: Marvel Comics #1001

H.E.R.B.I.E. was one of the robots destroyed by Death's Head.[1]

Highly Engineered Robot Built for Interdimensional Exploration (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 2 001.jpg
Appearances: Strange Tales (Vol. 5) #2

H.E.R.B.I.E. was the personal robot of the Fantastic Four.[2]

Hammerhead

Hammerhead (Joseph) (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational Spider-Man Vol 2 32 001.jpg
Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #32

Hammerhead was one of Spider-Man's enemies who wanted Mary Jane Watson dead.[3]

Hank Pym

Henry Pym (Earth-Unknown) from Crazy Magazine Vol 1 22 0001.jpg Appearances: Crazy Magazine #22

Aliases: Giant-Joe

Due to the economic down-turn, Giant-Joe became a marquee sign changer.[4] Note: This character might not be named Hank, since he codename is Joe.

Henry Pym (Earth-Unknown) from Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Vol 1 13 001.jpg
Appearances: Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #13

Alias: Ant-Man

Hank Pym was one of the intelligent people who went to the moon to meet with Moon Girl.[5]

Henry Pym (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Knights Hulk Vol 1 4 001.jpg
Appearances: Marvel Knights: Hulk #4

Alias: Giant-Man

When Hulk went out of control, Giant-Man was one of the heroes killed by him.[6]

Henry Pym (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man The Sins of Norman Osborn Vol 1 1 001.jpg
Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man: The Sins of Norman Osborn #1

Alias: Giant-Man

A statue of Giant-Man was present at the Avengers Mansion when Spider-Man was killed there by Norman Osborn.[7]

Harry Osborn

Harold Osborn (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man (MX) Vol 1 128.jpg
Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (MX) #128

On Earth-TRN911, during a hallucination caused by a gas bomb by el Duende Verde, el Hombre Araña dreamt that he, in his identity as Peter Parker, was marrying his girlfriend Gwen. His friend Harry Osborn was among the guests of the wedding. Half-awake, Peter muttered Harry's name, which caused an effect on el Duende Verde (who was Harry's father).[8]

Harold Osborn (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 600 001.jpg Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man #600

Harry Osborn attended the wedding where Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson married and Gwen Stacy and Norman Osborn.[9]

Harold Osborn (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 74 001.jpg
Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #74

Harry Osborn befriended Peter Parker when the latter attended Empire State University. Peter considered him a lifelong friend.[10]

Havok

Alexander Summers (Earth-Unknown) from Savage Hulk Vol 2 3 001.jpg
Appearances: Savage Hulk (Vol. 2) #3

Havok was one of the X-Men who were present when Marvel Girl became a female version of Hulk because of an accident during an experiment between Bruce Banner and Professor X. He was convinced by Jean that the X-Men were Xavier's pawns, but a certain point they were attacked by some robots. Their fate was unrevealed, but Professor X said that they were in inferiority.[11]

Hawkeye

Clint Barton

Clinton Barton (Earth-Unknown) from Crazy Magazine Vol 1 22 0001.jpg Appearances: Crazy Magazine #22

Aliases: Cockeye

Due to the economic down-turn, Cockeye became a waiter who specializes in serving kebabs.[4]

Clinton Barton (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 1 001.jpg Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 3) #1

Hawkeye was among the individuals that knew that Peter Parker was Spider-Man.[12]

Clinton Barton (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Secret Love Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Secret Wars: Secret Love #1

Squirrel Girl won a date with Thor during the Annual Super-triathlon for Animal Welfare, which was sponsored by Stark Enterprises. Hawkeye was present at the festivities on Asgard.[13]

Clinton Barton (Earth-Unknown) from Civil War II The Accused Vol 1 1 001.jpg
Appearances: Civil War II: The Accused #1

Hawkeye was asked by Bruce Banner to kill him if he ever became Hulk again. Clint saw Banner become Hulk and shot his arrow, but Hulk destroyed the arrow and killed all the heroes there, including Hawkeye.[14]

Clinton Barton (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Knights Hulk Vol 1 4 001.jpg
Appearances: Marvel Knights: Hulk #4

When Hulk went out of control, Hawkeye was one of the heroes killed by him.[6]

Clinton Barton (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Man Vol 2 7 001.jpg
Appearances: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #7

Hawkeye was killed by Hulk in Spider-Man's dream.[15]

Clinton Barton (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 21 001.jpg
Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #21

Hawkeye was present at Spider-Man's wedding, but he was captured by Spidey's enemies.[16]

No Image Male.jpg
Appearances: Marvel's M.O.D.O.K. Season 1 10 (Behind the Scenes)

In an alternate future of Earth-1226, M.O.D.O.K. attacked Avengers tower, causing Hawkeye to shoot M.O.D.O.K. with several of his arrows, killing him. [17]

Kate Bishop

Katherine Bishop (Earth-Unknown) and Katherine Bishop (Earth-616) from Young Avengers Vol 2 8 0001.png Appearances: Young Avengers (Vol. 2) #8

Aliases: Avian Hawkeyes

Those creatures were among the many twisted beings encountered by the Young Avengers during their trip through the Multiverse in order to find and bring back Speed.
They confronted their counterpart Kate Bishop and her teammates, forcing them to retreat in another reality.[18]

Katherine Bishop (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Secret Love Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Secret Wars: Secret Love #1

Squirrel Girl won a date with Thor during the Annual Super-triathlon for Animal Welfare, which was sponsored by Stark Enterprises. Hawkeye was present at the festivities on Asgard.[13]

Katherine Bishop (Earth-Unknown) from Unbelievable Gwenpool Vol 1 25 001.jpg Appearances: Unbelievable Gwenpool #25

In an alternate future, Hawkeye fought in the Skrull War of 20XX, where she defeated her skrull doppelganger.[19]

Kate Bishop (Skrull)

Katherine Bishop (Skrull) (Earth-Unknown) from Unbelievable Gwenpool Vol 1 25 001.jpg Appearances: Unbelievable Gwenpool #25

In an alternate future, a skrull impersonating Hawkeye fought in the Skrull War of 20XX. She was defeated by her human doppelganger.[19]

Hellcat

Patricia Walker (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Adventures Super Heroes Vol 2 10 001.jpg Appearances: Marvel Adventures Super Heroes (Vol. 2) #10

Hellcat was a member of Dr. Strange's Defenders when they were approached by an alternate reality Reed Richards who came to them to see if Susan Storm would be allowed to join their group in order to hopefully avoid a possible future where she would have been killed if she stayed with the Fantastic Four.[20]

Patricia Walker (Earth-Unknown) Name on Novel in Ultimate Spider-Man (Animated Series) Season 1 15.png Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man (Animated Series) Season 1 15

Patsy Walker appears as a character in the novel Fang Love: A Patsy Walker Romance with Robert Baxter as her love interest.[21]


Hercules

Hercules Panhellenios (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Knights Hulk Vol 1 4 001.jpg
Appearances: Marvel Knights: Hulk #4

When Hulk went out of control, Hercules was one of the heroes killed by him.[6]

Hercules Panhellenios (Earth-Unknown) from Thanos Vol 2 10 001.jpg
Appearances: Thanos (Vol. 2) #10

During a vision Thanos had while in the God Quarry, he was a member of the Avengers along with Hercules. When Thanos realized that the illusion wasn't what he wanted, he killed all of the Avengers, including Hercules.[22]

Hermes

Hermes Diaktoros (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Adventures Spider-Man Vol 2 21 001.jpg
Appearances: Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #21

Hermes was with the greek gods who feasted the victory of Spider-Zeus.[23]

High Evolutionary

No Image Male.jpg Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man: Full Circle #1

In a possible future, High Evolutionary turned most of the world's population into werewolves and the surviving superheroes were turned into pigs, including Peter Parker and Sergei Kravinoff.[24]


Hobgoblin

Roderick Kingsley

Roderick Kingsley (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 21 001.jpg
Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #21

Hobgoblin was present at Spider-Man's wedding, he attacked Spidey with other enemies to kill Mary Jane and Peter wasn't able to stop them.[16]

Roderick Kingsley (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational Spider-Man Vol 2 32 001.jpg
Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #32

Hobgoblin was one of Spider-Man's enemies who wanted Mary Jane Watson dead.[3]

Hogun

Hogun (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Secret Love Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Secret Wars: Secret Love #1

Squirrel Girl won a date with Thor during the Annual Super-triathlon for Animal Welfare, which was sponsored by Stark Enterprises. Hogun was present at the festivities on Asgard.[13]

Howard the Duck

Howard Duckson (Earth-Unknown) from Crazy Magazine Vol 1 28 0001.jpg Appearances: Crazy Magazine #28

Howard the Duck attended the 1st Annual duly authorized Superhero convention where he was grabbed by the Hulk for smoking his cigar in his face.[25]

Howard the Duck (Earth-Unknown) from S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 10 0005.jpg Appearances: S.H.I.E.L.D. (Vol. 3) #10

This version of Howard the Duck was killed by Alphonse. He died in the arms of the prime Howard who had just arrived in his reality on his reality hopping excursion looking for a way to restore the balance to the multiverse.[26]

Howard the Duck (Earth-Unknown) from S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 10 0001.jpg Appearances: S.H.I.E.L.D. (Vol. 3) #10

This version of Howard the Duck was seemingly from a Victorian style reality and was a member of the multiversal Legion of Howards who was killed by Alphonse. He died in the arms of the prime Howard who had just arrived in their reality.[26]

Howard the Duck (Earth-Unknown) from Howard the Duck Vol 6 1 001.jpg Appearances: Howard the Duck (Vol. 6) #1

Alias: Iron Man

In an alternate reality, Howard the Duck wore an suit of Iron Man Armor and was presumably Iron Man, He was briefly seen when the Wizard of the Prime Marvel Universe opened a window into his reality via the Nexus of All Realities.[27]

Howard the Duck (Earth-Unknown) from Unbelievable Gwenpool Vol 1 25 001.jpg Appearances: Unbelievable Gwenpool #25

In an alternate future, Howard the Duck fought in the Skrull War of 20XX.[19]

Howard the Duck (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Man Annual Vol 3 1 001.jpg Appearances: Spider-Man Annual (Vol. 3) #1

Howard the Duck was one of the combatants in the first Secret Roar. He grew weary of the fighting and went to a nearby bar, where he befriended Spider-Ham. Dissatisfied with the war they had created, the supervising celestial destroyed their battlerealm and all its inhabitants, including Howard Duckson.[28]

Hulk

Bruce Banner

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Crazy Magazine Vol 1 22 0001.jpg Appearances: Crazy Magazine #22

Aliases: Bulk

Due to the economic down-turn, Bulk became a salesman, using his strength to force money from his customers.[4]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Crazy Magazine Vol 1 28 0001.jpg Appearances: Crazy Magazine #28

Hulk attended the 1st Annual duly authorized Superhero convention where he grabbed Howard the Duck for smoking a cigar.[25]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Hulk Monster-Size Special Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Hulk Monster-Size Special #1

Hulk battled several giant monsters. These exploits were read to Goom as fairy tales.[29]

No Image Male.jpg Appearances: Marvel Adventures The Avengers #36

In this reality imagined by Tigra, Brank the Genie guarantees her the desire to become a being stronger than the Hulk.[30]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Giant-Size Adventures Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Fantastic Four Giant-Size Adventures #1

Hulk was on Yancy Street when Thing-Thing was looking for blue cheese with his pet Drfity.[31]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Exiles Vol 2 6 0001.jpg Appearances: Exiles (Vol. 2) #6

Hulk was a member of an alternate team of Exiles who was seen by the Exiles when they visited the Panoptichron.[32]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Comics Presents Vol 2 9 001.jpg Appearances: Marvel Comics Presents (Vol. 2) #9

Hulk lead an army of interdimensional Gamma powered being against an older version of himself but defeated by their army of Hulk like beings and was killed.[33]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Strange Tales (Vol. 5) #1

Bruce Banner, as the Green Hulk was cloned three times producing, Red Hulk, Blue Hulk & White Hulk who were designed to hunt down and destroy him. They all punched him in the nose causing it to bleed, since this attack was unsuccessful, Red Hulk went to smash the Green Hulk again but he was easily knocked down. Blue then approached spouting gibberish words which confused the Green Hulk and he threatened to smash the Blue Hulk but his nose bleed flared up spraying Blue and Green Hulk left to get tissues.[34]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0002.jpg Appearances: Strange Tales (Vol. 5) #1

Bruce Banner was able to control his transformations and used it for ordinary tasks and then would revert back to normal, this included opening jars of pickles.[34]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0003.jpg Appearances: Strange Tales (Vol. 5) #1, Strange Tales (Vol. 5) #3, Strange Tales (Vol. 5) #3

[35]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Adventures Super Heroes Vol 2 10 001.jpg Appearances: Marvel Adventures Super Heroes (Vol. 2) #10

The Hulk was a member of Dr. Strange's Defenders when they were approached by an alternate reality Reed Richards who came to them to see if Susan Storm would be allowed to join their group in order to hopefully avoid a possible future where she would have been killed if she stayed with the Fantastic Four.[20]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 1 001.jpg Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 3) #1

When Spider-Man explained his powers to The Readers, Hulk interjected to argue he was stronger than both Peter and Thor. He was only present because his agent told him there'd be sandwiches.[12]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Woman Vol 5 2 001.jpg Appearances: Spider-Woman (Vol. 5) #2

A medieval Hulk was seen by Silk as she ran through the Multiverse.[36]

Bruce Banner (Secret Love) (Earth-15513) from Secret Wars Secret Love Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Secret Wars: Secret Love #1

Squirrel Girl won a date with Thor during the Annual Super-triathlon for Animal Welfare, which was sponsored by Stark Enterprises. Hulk was present at the festivities on Asgard.[13]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Ben Reilly Scarlet Spider Vol 1 23 001.jpg Appearances: Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #23

Aliases: Maestro

Maestro was a companion of Abigail Mercury, but she ended up outliving him.[37]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from X-Men Blue Vol 1 29 0001.jpg Appearances: X-Men: Blue #29

Hulk was one of many killed during the Poisons invasion of their reality.[38]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from You Are Deadpool Vol 1 2 001.jpg Appearances: You Are Deadpool #2

Deadpool was unable to defeat the Hulk and was decapitated. This lead to an early Cuban Missile Crisis and the Earth was destroyed.[39]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Incredible Hulk Last Call Vol 1 1 001.jpg Appearances: Incredible Hulk: Last Call #1

This version of Bruce Banner was caught in the blast of the Gamma Bomb, but instead of being transformed into the Hulk, he was killed.[40]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Deadpool The End Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Deadpool: The End #1

In an alternate future, all the world's superheroes became nihilists. In Hulk's case, he fell into a deep depression.[41]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Deadpool The End Vol 1 1 002.jpg Appearances: Deadpool: The End #1

In an alternate future, Hulk was an Avengers member alongside the couple Iceman and Deadpool.[41]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Immortal Hulk Vol 1 33 001.jpg Appearances: Immortal Hulk #33

Bruce Banner (going by the name Robert Banner) decided to let go and destroy the world, killing several heroes and allies in the process.[42]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Crazy Vol 3 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Crazy (Vol. 3) #1

In this reality, Hulk fought Vapor and then said he was going to talk to the onlooking kids about the problems with vaping.[43]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Vol 1 13 001.jpg
Appearances: Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #13

Hulk was one of the intelligent people who went to the moon to meet with Moon Girl.[5]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Totally Awesome Hulk Vol 1 1.MU 001.jpg
Appearances: Totally Awesome Hulk #1.MU

This version of Bruce Banner was seen by Amadeus Cho in a vision, where Banner accused Amadeus of being unable to control his Hulk form, then Bruce became Hulk.[44]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Civil War II The Accused Vol 1 1 001.jpg
Appearances: Civil War II: The Accused #1

In this reality, Hawkeye shot his arrow too late and Bruce Banner was became Hulk. In this form, he killed every superhero present.[14]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Hulk Vol 3 11.jpg
Appearances: Hulk (Vol. 3) #11

Hulk was killed by Red Hulk.[45]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Hulk Vol 3 9 001.jpg
Appearances: Hulk (Vol. 3) #9

Aliases: Maestro

In this reality, Bruce Banner became the Maestro in the modern age and killed various heroes.[46]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Knights Hulk Vol 1 4 001.jpg
Appearances: Marvel Knights: Hulk #4

In this reality, Bruce Banner went out of control and killed various heroes.[6]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Man Vol 2 7 001.jpg
Appearances: Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #7

In this reality (dreamt by Spider-Man) Hulk killed various heroes.[15]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Comics Vol 1 1001 0001.jpg
Appearances: Marvel Comics #1001

Hulk was fighting Thanos, when Deadpool arrived and killed the villain.[1]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from New Avengers Vol 1 24 0001.jpg
Appearances: New Avengers #24

Hulk helped Sentry killing various heroes.[47]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Infinity Countdown Adam Warlock Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
Appearances: Infinity Countdown: Adam Warlock #1

In an alternate reality Thanos caused the infinity end, killing all heroes in the process, including Hulk.[48]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 12 001.jpg
Appearances: Fantastic Four #12

In this reality Hulk was defeated by the Thing.[49]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 12 002.jpg
Appearances: Fantastic Four #12

In this reality Hulk was defeated by Human Torch.[49]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 12 003.jpg
Appearances: Fantastic Four #12

In this reality Hulk was defeated by Mister Fantastic.[49]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Adventures The Avengers Vol 1 2 001.jpg
Appearances: Marvel Adventures The Avengers #2

In this reality Hulk helped Abomination and the Leader conquer the world .[50]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Too Vol 1 1 001.jpg Appearances: Secret Wars Too #1

Hulk was an actor who portrayed a fictional version of himself. Seeing Doctor Doom started wearing a white cloak, he and Black Panther started mocking him. Enraged, Doom accidentally crushed his grape juice, staining his cloak, causing Hulk to burst out laughing.[51]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Incredible Hulk Vol 1 355 001.jpg
Appearances: Incredible Hulk #355

Bruce Banner tried to prevent that his wife fell in love with Mr. Fixit, but the latter killed him.

This reality was showed to Fixit by Glorian.[52]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 71 001.jpg
Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #71

During a nightmare caused by the homonymous magic entity, Spider-Man dreamt he was chased by many enemies, including Hulk. [53]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 74 001.jpg
Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #74

Hulk was one of the heroes killed when Mephisto and his forces invaded New York City.[10]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man The Sins of Norman Osborn Vol 1 1 001.jpg
Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man: The Sins of Norman Osborn #1

A statue of Hulk was present at the Avengers Mansion when Spider-Man was killed there by Norman Osborn.[7]

Hulk Bunny

Bruce Bunny (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Man Annual Vol 3 1 001.jpg Appearances: Spider-Man Annual (Vol. 3) #1

Hulk Bunny was one of the combatants in the first Secret Roar. He was seen battling The Thing. Dissatisfied with the war they had created, the supervising celestial destroyed their battlerealm and all its inhabitants, including Bruce Bunny.[28]

Hulkling

Theodore Altman (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Secret Love Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Secret Wars: Secret Love #1

Squirrel Girl won a date with Thor during the Annual Super-triathlon for Animal Welfare, which was sponsored by Stark Enterprises. Hulkling was present at the festivities on Asgard.[13]

Human Torch

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Crazy Magazine Vol 1 28 0001.jpg Appearances: Crazy Magazine #28

Human Torch attended the 1st Annual duly authorized Superhero convention where he discovered he had heartburn to which Super Stan was not surprised at.[25]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from What If...? Vol 1 25 0001.jpg Appearances: What If...? #25

Human Torch teamed up with Iceman to fight crime, however on one mission their powers counteracted each other and were caught.[54]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Crazy Magazine Vol 1 22 0001.jpg Appearances: Crazy Magazine #22

Aliases: Human Matchstick

Due to the economic down-turn, Human Matchstick cooked burgers for a fast-food restaurant.[4]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0001.jpg Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

When She-Hulk of the Prime Universe's comic writer "died" the editors of Marvel Comics began to pitch different ideas for the new style of her 616 comic series. One of them included a version written by a British writer which saw this Human Torch was a super-hero in an amalgam British/USA country. [55]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0002.jpg Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

When She-Hulk of the Prime Universe's comic writer "died" the editors of Marvel Comics began to pitch different ideas for the new style of her 616 comic series. One of them included a version designed by Terry Austin where She-Hulk went around fighting both villains and heroes and knocked them out, including the Human Torch.[55]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Bug Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Bug #1

Johnny Storm and the rest of the Fantastic Four were bombarded by Gamma Radiation instead of Cosmic Radiation. This reality formed when Annihilus (Earth-77640) attempted to conquer the space-time continuum [56]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Adventures Super Heroes Vol 2 10 001.jpg Appearances: Marvel Adventures Super Heroes (Vol. 2) #10

In this reality, Susan Storm is killed by her brother, Johnny when he was controlled by the Psycho-Man.[20]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 1 001.jpg Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 3) #1

Human Torch was among the individuals that knew that Peter Parker was Spider-Man.[12]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 7 001.jpg
Appearances: Fantastic Four #7

In this reality all humans hunted the Fantastic Four because of Kurrgo's ray; Human Torch was captured using a hydrant.[57]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Secret Love Vol 1 1 0001.jpg Appearances: Secret Wars: Secret Love #1

Squirrel Girl won a date with Thor during the Annual Super-triathlon for Animal Welfare, which was sponsored by Stark Enterprises. Human Torch was present at the festivities on Asgard.[13]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 36 0001.jpg Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #36

In a reality viewed by Spider-Man, the Human Torch was among the coalition of heroes who attempted to oppose a vindictive Dr. Doom but with a negative outcome.[58]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Civil War II The Accused Vol 1 1 001.jpg
Appearances: Civil War II: The Accused #1

Human Torch went with many superheroes to confront Bruce Banner at his secret laboratory. When Banner got angry, he became Hulk and killed all the heroes, including Johnny.[14]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 21 001.jpg
Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #21

Human Torch went with many superheroes at Spider-Man's wedding, but he was captured by Spidey's enemies.[16]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 8 001.jpg
Appearances: Fantastic Four #8

In this reality Human Torch was a servant of Puppet Master who became king of the world thanks to his puppets.[59]

This reality was imagined by the Phillip Masters of Earth-616.

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 2 001.jpg
Appearances: Strange Tales (Vol. 5) #2

Human Torch and Thing decided to grow up mustaches together (Thing grown up sage mustaches). When Plantman attacked a golf course and Fantastic Four intervened, the villain used his powers to contol Thing's mustaches, so Invisible Woman suggested to Human Torch to burn them. At the end, Invisible Woman given to the Thing a razor that he used to cut Johnny's mustaches.[2]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 15 001.jpg
Appearances: Fantastic Four #15

In this reality Human Torch defeated Mad Thinker king of New York City.[60]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 12 001.jpg
Appearances: Fantastic Four #12

In this reality Human Torch defeated Hulk.[49]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Vol 1 123 001.jpg
Appearances: Fantastic Four #123

In this reality Human Torch was killed by Galactus.[61]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 74 001.jpg
Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man (Vol. 5) #74

Human Torch was one of the heroes killed when Mephisto and his forces invaded New York City.[10]

Hunter B-15

Hunter B-15 (Earth-Unknown) from Loki (TV series) Season 1 6.png Appearances: Loki S1E06

This version of TVA Hunter B-15 became diverged when the "Sacred Timeline" branched into a full Multiverse. She and Agent Mobius were discussing the 63 new divergences in the timestream that their superior was apparently allowing to branch. They were then approached by a strange man who started babbling about killing a dangerous man and about worse versions of him that were coming. Mobius calmly tried to get this odd person to identity himself while Hunter B-15 called for backup.[62]

Hydro-Man

Morris Bench (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Annual Vol 1 21 001.jpg
Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #21

Hydro-Man was present at Spider-Man's wedding, he later attacked him with other villains to kill Mary Jane and Spidey wasn't able to stop them.[16]

Morris Bench (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational Spider-Man Vol 2 32 001.jpg
Appearances: Sensational Spider-Man (Vol. 2) #32

Hydro-Man was one of Spider-Man's enemies who wanted Mary Jane Watson dead.[3]

Hyperion

Mark Milton (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Man Deadpool Vol 1 6 001.jpg Appearances: Spider-Man/Deadpool #6

Hyperion switched between fighting and being friends with Nighthawk (whose mothers coincidentally shared the same name). This reality was a movie on Earth-616 entitled "Nighthawk vs. Hyperion: Yawn of Boredom" which was seen by Deadpool and Spider-Man.[63]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Marvel Comics #1001
  2. 2.0 2.1 Strange Tales Vol 5 #2
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Sensational Spider-Man Vol 2 #32
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 Crazy Magazine #22
  5. 5.0 5.1 Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #13
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Marvel Knights: Hulk #4
  7. 7.0 7.1 Amazing Spider-Man: The Sins of Norman Osborn #1
  8. Amazing Spider-Man (MX) #128
  9. Amazing Spider-Man #600
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #74
  11. Savage Hulk Vol 2 #3
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #1
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  23. Marvel Adventures Spider-Man Vol 2 #21
  24. Amazing Spider-Man: Full Circle #1
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  27. Howard the Duck Vol 6 #1
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  33. Marvel Comics Presents Vol 2 #9
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  39. You Are Deadpool #2
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