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History

Huntarr was once a young man named Iann-34, subjected to Karza's experiments which made his body incredibly metamorphic. He was dispatched to attack the Micronauts on behalf of Force Commander, who Karza was possessing at the time.[1].

He almost killed Princess Mari in her attempt to reach Force Commander, but Mari sensed Huntarr's confusion and sadness and convinced him he could find peace of mind by joining the Micronauts.[2]

Huntarr travelled with them for a short time, unsure of himself as he had family on Homeworld. But after a side trip to Homeworld, and witnessing the tragic suicide of both his mother and sister, he returned to the Micronauts' welcome.[3]

Huntarr sacrificed himself along with the rest of the Micronauts in order to restore life through the Microverse.[4] While several Micronauts have resurfaced[5], Huntarr has not.

Powers and Abilities

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Powers

Huntarr's body is adaptable for virtually any purpose. He can extend tendrils, spikes, and other projections as well as manipulate and analyze most energy types, survive any environment, heal others, and read minds (even those of the long dead). His body Banks form was a pantomorphic living weapon, able to shape-shift fully or partially into virtually any form, providing weapons, shields, flight, (even interstellar) and other transport.[6]

  • Superhuman Strength: Huntarr possesses strength to lift at least 10 tons.[6]
  • Superhuman Speed: Huntarr can achieve escape velocity or even sub-light flight speeds.[6]
  • Superhuman Stamina:
  • Superhuman Durability:
  • Self Sustenance: Huntarr does not require food, water, air or warmth.[6]

Physical Strength

Huntarr is superhumanly strong and can lift at least 10 tons.[6]

See Also

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