List of Marvel Comics Characters: H - Horus - Other Versions

Other Versions

Horus appears as a member of a team of Avengers from a parallel reality where the Middle East is the dominant super power. He serves the ruler of this dimension, the tyrannical female Sphinx and kills in her name. As the god of the team, he serves the role traditionally held by Thor or Hercules. In this alternate timeline, Horus uses a large ankh as the focus for his solar energy.

  • Hoss
  • Howard the Duck
  • Hrimhari
  • Hub
  • Huckle, Charley
  • Hudson, Heather (Vindicator, Guardian)
  • Hudson, Heather (Exiles)
  • Hulk
  • Hulk 2099 (Marvel 2099)
  • Hulk Robot
  • Hulkling
  • Human Cannonball
  • Human Fly I-II
  • Human Robot
  • Human Top
  • Human Torch (Jim Hammond)
  • Human Torch (Johnny Storm)
  • Humbug
  • Hump
  • Humus Sapien
  • Huntara
  • Henrietta Hunter
  • Stevie Hunter
  • Huntsman
  • Hurricane
  • Husk
  • Faiza Hussain
  • Hussar
  • Hybrid
  • Hybrid II
  • Hydro
  • Hydro-Man
  • Hydron
  • Hyperion
  • Hyperkind (Razorline)
  • Hypernova

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