Jill Harper appears in 7 issues.
On a different Earth than our own a hero from the seven seas joins the premiere super team, the Squadron Supreme, as Amphibian. He was the resident aquatic member of the Squadron Supreme from Earth-712. The second Amphibian is a creature of mysterious origins.
Wyatt McDonald is the finest archer of Earth-712, home to the Squadron Supreme. However, despite his brilliant skills, he has been removed from the Squadron for brainwashing his former girlfriend, Lady Lark.
Hyperion is Marvel's first Superman pastiche. He is most often associated with the super-team known as the Squadron Supreme and was an Avenger at one point. Though he is one of many active versions across a myriad of alternate universes, Hyperion is still one of the mightiest super-humans in the Marvel Multiverse.
An unknown corpse who was genetically altered to be like Squadron Supreme's Hyperion.
The tragic lady with the voice of a lark, violated by villain and friend alike, now a reborn into a raptor in the skies for justice.
An unknown corpse who was genetically altered to be like Squadron Supreme's Lady Lark.
Dr. Mortimer Dauoi was the deranged scientist who created the Zombified Zeta-Clones of The Squadron Supreme. He was believed to have been killed by his creations when they awoke, but in reality he had evolved into a monstrous superhuman being capable of controlling the zombies with his mind.
Kyle Richmond was a thrill-seeking playboy who became the costumed adventurer Nighthawk. Starting out as a villain, Richmond soon found altruism a greater pursuit. As Nighthawk, he became mainstay of the Defenders, and has also acted alongside the Squadron Supreme, the Redeemers, the Thunderbolts and the Initiative.
An unknown corpse who was genetically altered to be like Squadron Supreme's Nighthawk.
The inhumanly powerful Power Princess, named Zarda, is a superhero who has been a member of both Squadron Supreme and the Exiles.
A super-strong, nearly invulnerable large blob of a man, who is also a bit of a simpleton. Member of Marvel's Earth 31916 Squadron Supreme. Punching Shape is liking punching a large rubber ball. He began as an analogue of DC Comics' Clayface and became more of an analogue of Plastic Man.
An unknown corpse who was genetically altered to be like Squadron Supreme's The Shape.
The diminutive genius known as Tom Thumb from Earth-712 was the first to use the the name as a hero and resident brainiac of the Squadron Surpreme. The second man to use the name of Tom Thumb is a size altering member of another Earth's Squadron Supreme (Earth-31916).
The Whizzer is the super fast member of the Squadron Supreme. Stanley Stewart is the third individual to use Whizzer name. The Whizzer is an analogue to DC Comic's Flash.
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