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Quote1.png I am the only survivor of the great Kree warriors... I am the last accuser... I am Kree. I am Hala. I am all that's left. And you will atone!! Quote2.png
Hala the Accuser[src]


Hala is one of the last of the Kree and the lone surviving member of the Accuser Corps following the fall of the Kree Empire as a result of the destruction of the Kree Homeworld.[1]

Secret Wars

After the Multiverse was destroyed by incursions and recreated in the form of Battleworld, Hala appeared on Knowhere shortly after the Guardians of Knowhere had defeated Yotat the Destroyer.[2]

Gamora and Aldrif Doomsdottir of the Thor Corps tried talking with Hala, but as she spoke only Kree, neither one could understand her. Gamora advised Aldrif to act peacefully, but the Thor didn't listen, so Hala attacked the pair and defeated them quite easily. The Nova Corps came in to subdue her, but Hala defeated them as well, killing many of them in the process. When Hala saw the Kree symbol on Captain Marvel's uniform, she paused for a moment, allowing Aldrif and Gamora to recover and seize the opportunity to attack by striking her in the back with their swords, which seemingly killed her.

After that, Gamora and Aldrif conversed about Gamora staying on Knowhere and obeying God Emperor Doom's laws. Suddenly Hala sprang back to life and impaled Aldrif with her weapon, killing the Thor. Gamora angrily attacked the woman but was almost killed herself. Fortunately, Drax the Destroyer and Rocket Raccoon came to help, and together the Guardians finally defeated her.[3]

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All-New, All-Different Marvel

After Reed Richards restored the Multiverse,[4] Hala tracked Gamora to Spartax.[5] There she engaged the Guardians of the Galaxy in a brief skirmish. After being knocked unconscious by The Thing, Drax the Destroyer unintentionally engaged fail-safes built into Hala's Universal Weapon, allowing the Accuser to regain the upper hand. Hala then placed Emperor Peter Quill in a escape pod, so that he could watch from afar as she destroyed Spartax, before heading to his other homeworld, Earth, as punishment for his alleged involvement in the genocide of her people.[6]

Hala continued wreaking havoc through Spartax, defeating the Royal Guard before shifting her attention to the defeat Guardians; however, they had been able to escape and regroup. The Guardians distracted Hala long enough to reach their ship and recover Quill. Gamora sacrificed herself and confronted Hala in order to buy the Guardians time to retreat.[7] As soon as she discovered Peter Quill was not in her grasp, Hala continued storming Spartax while beating up Gamora, who was already in a bad shape, demanding to know the location of the Spartax Empire emperor. The Guardians returned to aid Gamora and tried to talk Hala out of destroying the planet, but she refused. Kitty Pryde snuck up on her and partially phased her through the ground, pinning her down, allowing The Thing to jump from the ship at a great altitude and crash into Hala with incredible force, knocking her down for good. Venom then proceeded to seize her staff and destroy it.[8]

During the subsequent havoc wreaked by the arrival of Yotat the Destroyed, Hala fled from the battlefield. She was found crawling in the subway system of Spartax, and eventually arrested, though the Spartax Council ultimately decided to send her back to whatever remained of the Kree Empire.[9]



Kree Physiology


Kree Combat Training: Hala is well versed in hand-to-hand combat being raised in the Kree education system.[6]



Energy Staff: Weapon capable of projecting devastating energy. Cannot be safely wielded by others. Hala can summon her staff from a distance as well. Because the staff does not appear to be a traditional hammer-style Universal Weapon, it's unknown if it has the same capabilities.[6]

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