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Below 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

Hank Pym

Henry Pym (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 200 001 Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #200

Alias: Giant-Man

Hank Pym either never died during the drowning of New York or was since resurrected. Returning to the role of Giant-Man, Pym became a member of Spider-Man's Ultimates.[1] This reality was imagined by Mary Jane Watson.

Hawkeye

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

Hawkeye was among the individuals that knew that Peter Parker was Spider-Man.[2]

Clinton Barton (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Secret Love Vol 1 1 0001 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.[3]

Hellcat

Patricia Walker (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Adventures Super Heroes Vol 2 10 001 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.[4]

High Evolutionary

No Image Male 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.[5]

Hogun

Hogun (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Secret Love Vol 1 1 0001 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.[3]

Horsemen of Apocalypse

Horsemen of Apocalypse (Earth-Unknown) Cable & Deadpool Vol 1 46 Appearances: Cable & Deadpool #46

[6]

Howard the Duck

Howard the Duck (Earth-Unknown) from S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 10 0005 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.[7]

Howard the Duck (Earth-Unknown) from S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 10 0001 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.[7]

Howard the Duck (Earth-Unknown) from S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 10 0002 Appearances: S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 #10

Aliases: Howard the Roboduck

This version of Howard the Duck was a giant robot and was a member of the multiversal Legion of Howards who was exploded by Alphonse after the prime Howard arrived in their reality.[7]

Howard the Duck (Earth-Unknown) from S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 10 0004 Appearances: S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 #10

Aliases: Thor

This version of Howard the Duck possessed the powers of Thor and was a member of the multiversal Legion of Howards. After the prime Howard arrived in their reality he asked Howard to use the tool to save the multiverse but was killed by Alphonse with his liver fork.[7]

Howard the Duck (Earth-Unknown) from S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 10 0003 Appearances: S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 #10

Aliases: Sister Howard the Duck

This version of Howard the Duck was a nun (and apparently female, although this was not addressed) and was a member of the multiversal Legion of Howards. After the prime Howard arrived in their reality, Alphonse attacked the group with his liver fork. Alphonse was defeated by Leo Fitz and killed by the Liverer who then captured prime Howard. Sister Howard then picked up the Zipper tool and leapt at the Liverer and began the process of closing it. Sister Howard was sucked back home alongside the other Howards. [7]

Howard the Duck (Earth-Unknown) from S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 10 0008 Appearances: S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 #10

Aliases: Spider-Duck

This version of Howard the Duck seemingly possessed the powers of Spider-Man and was briefly glimpsed by the prime Howard when he was closing the multiversal rift inside the Liverer.[7]

Howard the Duck (Earth-Unknown) from S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 10 0007 Appearances: S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 #10

This version of Howard the Duck was a ninja and was briefly glimpsed by the prime Howard when he was closing the multiversal rift inside the Liverer.[7]

Howard the Duck (Earth-Unknown) from S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 10 0006 Appearances: S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 #10

This version of Howard the Duck appeared to be dressed as Indiana Jones and was briefly glimpsed by the prime Howard when he was closing the multiversal rift inside the Liverer.[7]

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

In an alternate future, Howard the Duck fought in the Skrull War of 20XX.[8]

Howard the Duck (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Man Annual Vol 3 1 001 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.[9]

Hulk

Hulk (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Too Vol 1 1 0001 Appearances: Secret Wars Too #1

Hulk was a member of the Avengers, who was from the Rule-63 domain on Battleworld. Their domain was visited by Lady Katherine of Bishop and Ms. America (America Chavez) on their inter-domain search for Pizza. [10]

Bruce Banner

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

Hulk battled several giant monsters. These exploits were read to Goom as fairy tales.[11]

No Image Male 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.[12]

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

Hulk was on Yancy Street when Thing-Thing was looking for blue cheese with his pet Drfity.[13]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0001 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.[14]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0002 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.[14]

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

[15]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Adventures Super Heroes Vol 2 10 001 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.[4]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 200 001 Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #200

Hulk was a member of Spider-Man's Ultimates.[1] This reality was imagined by Mary Jane Watson.

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 1 001 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.[2]

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

A medieval Hulk was seen by Silk as she ran through the Multiverse.[16]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Factor Vol 1 20 001 Appearances: All-New X-Factor #20

Hulk was one of the superheroes employed by Serval Industries. He participated in the company's attack on Alchemax Tower. This reality was imagined by Harry Snow.[17]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Vol 1 5 001 Appearances: Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #5

Hulk was one of the heroes transported to Battleworld alongside Squirrel Girl.[18]

Bruce Banner (Secret Love) (Earth-15513) from Secret Wars Secret Love Vol 1 1 0001 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.[3]

Contest of Champions Vol 1 3 Andrasofszky Variant Textless Appearances: Contest of Champions #1, Contest of Champions #2, Contest of Champions #5

Aliases: Joe Fixit

This version of Bruce Banner was in his Joe Fixit persona when he became one of the numerous heroes from across different universes abducted by the Grandmaster to partake in his newest Contest of Champions against the Collector for the ISO-Sphere in the Battlerealm. As part of the Yellow Team, he faced was and was defeated by Iron Man of Earth-616.[19] He and the rest of the Yellow Team were lated send to combat the Red Team in Deadlands/Perfection, where he was beheaded by Ares.[20]

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

Aliases: Maestro

Maestro was a companion of Abigail Mercury, but she ended up outliving him.[21]

Bruce Banner (Earth-Unknown) from Incredible Hulk Last Call Vol 1 1 001 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.[22]

Bruce Banner (Earth-94535) from Deadpool The End Vol 1 1 001 Appearances: Deadpool: The End #1

In an alternate future, Deadpool brought Hulk to Realm of Death and corrupted his transformation. He was presumably returned to normal by Franklin Richards.[23]

Blue Hulk

Blue Hulk (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0001 Appearances: Strange Tales Vol 5 #1

Blue Hulk was a clone of Hulk who alongside Red Hulk and White Hulk were designed to hunt down and destroy him. They all punched him in the nose causing it to bleed, since this attack was unsuccessfully 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. White Hulk congratulated Blue for obtaining for blood to make more clones.[14]

Red Hulk

Red Hulk (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0001 Appearances: Strange Tales Vol 5 #1

Red Hulk was a clone of Hulk who alongsideBlue Hulk and White Hulk were designed to hunt down and destroy him. They all punched him in the nose causing it to bleed, since this attack was unsuccessfully Red Hulk went to smash the Green Hulk again but he was easily knocked down. [14]

White Hulk

White Hulk (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0001 Appearances: Strange Tales Vol 5 #1

White Hulk was a clone of Hulk who alongsideRed Hulk and Blue Hulk were designed to hunt down and destroy him. They all punched him in the nose causing it to bleed, since this attack was unsuccessfully 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. White Hulk congratulated Blue for obtaining for blood to make more clones.[14]

Hulk Bunny

Bruce Bunny (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Man Annual Vol 3 1 001 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.[9]

Hulkling

Theodore Altman (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Secret Love Vol 1 1 0001 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.[3]

Human Torch

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from What If Vol 2 25 0001 Appearances: What If? Vol 2 #25

Human Torch teamed up with Iceman to fight crime, however on one mission their powers counteracted each other and were caught.[24]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0001 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. [25]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0002 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.[25]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Marvel Adventures Super Heroes Vol 2 10 001 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.[4]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 200 001 Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #200

Human Torch was a member of Spider-Man's Ultimates.[1] This reality was imagined by Mary Jane Watson.

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 200 002 Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #200

Human Torch was a member of the mini-ultimates.[1] This reality was imagined by Bobby Drake.

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

Human Torch was among the individuals that knew that Peter Parker was Spider-Man.[2]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Factor Vol 1 20 001 Appearances: All-New X-Factor #20

Human Torch was one of the superheroes employed by Serval Industries. He participated in the company's attack on Alchemax Tower. This reality was imagined by Harry Snow.[17]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Secret Wars Secret Love Vol 1 1 0001 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.[3]

Jonathan Storm (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 36 0001 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.[26]

Hydra

Hydra (Earth-Unknown) Deadpool & Cable Vol 1 46 Appearances: Cable & Deadpool #46


References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Ultimate Spider-Man #200
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #1
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Secret Wars: Secret Love #1
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Marvel Adventures: Super Heroes Vol 2 #10
  5. Amazing Spider-Man: Full Circle #1
  6. Cable & Deadpool #46
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7 S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 3 #10
  8. Unbelievable Gwenpool #25
  9. 9.0 9.1 Spider-Man Annual Vol 3 #1
  10. Secret Wars Too #1
  11. Hulk Monster-Size Special #1
  12. Marvel Adventures: The Avengers #36
  13. Fantastic Four Giant-Size Adventures #1
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 14.3 14.4 Strange Tales Vol 5 #1
  15. Strange Tales Vol 5 #1-3
  16. Spider-Woman Vol 5 #2
  17. 17.0 17.1 All-New X-Factor #20
  18. Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #5
  19. Contest of Champions #1
  20. Contest of Champions #5
  21. Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider #23
  22. Incredible Hulk: Last Call #1
  23. Deadpool: The End #1
  24. What If? Vol 2 #25
  25. 25.0 25.1 Sensational She-Hulk #50
  26. Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #36
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