List of Inhumans

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The following is a list of known fictional characters who are Inhumans, appearing in Marvel Comics or media inspired by them.

Inhuman Royal Family[edit]

King of the Inhumans and husband to Medusa. He has a destructive hypersonic voice that is so loud, he actually remains silent and has undergone rigorous mental training to prevent himself from uttering a sound, even in sleep. The fork-like antenna on Black Bolt's forehead allows more controlled use of his voice.[1]
Wife of her cousin Black Bolt and Queen of the Inhumans. She is also a former member of the Fantastic Four and the Frightful Four, as well as the mother of Ahura and older sister of Crystal. She has prehensile hair.[2]
Cousin of Medusa and Black Bolt. He has bull-like legs in place of his actual legs that can create intense shockwaves that would be equal to an earthquake.[3]
  • Karnak: Cousin of Black Bolt. He is also a priest and philosopher and chose not to expose himself to the Terrigen Mists. But he does have the ability to sense an opponent's weak points and is good at martial arts.[1]
  • Triton: Karnak's fish-like brother.[1]
  • Lockjaw: A large bulldog who serves as a transporter for the Royal Family.[1]
  • Maximus Boltagon: Also known as Maximus the Mad. He is the brother of Black Bolt and tries to overthrow him from time to time. He has the ability of mind-control.[4]
  • The Unspoken:
Cousin of Black Bolt. He was once the king of the Inhumans until the rest of the Royal Family rose up against his power-hungry ways. Black Bolt defeated and banished him, decreeing that his actions would be removed from the history books, and his name never be uttered again, causing him to be referred to as "The Unspoken". The Terrigen Mists gave him the power of "Terrigenesis," the ability to alter his body into any form he wished.[5]

Genetic Council[edit]

  • Arcadius: An Inhuman chancellor who is a member of the Genetic Council. He has the ability to animate statues.[9]
  • Avia: A female Inhuman with bird-like wings who is a member of the Genetic Council.[10]
  • Cynas: A female Inhuman who is a member of the Genetic Council.[11]
  • Furgar: Member of the Genetic Council.[11]
  • Kitang: Member of the Genetic Council.[12]
  • Porcal: Member of the Genetic Council.[13]
  • Sapphiras: A female Inhuman who is a member of the Genetic Council.[11]
  • Targon: An Inhuman who is a member of the Genetic Council.[11]
  • Thernon: Member of the Genetic Council.[12]

Allies of Maximus[edit]

The following Inhumans are followers of Maximus the Mad:

  • Aireo: Also known as Skybreaker.[14] An Inhuman that can manipulate air. Member of Force of Nature. Currently a member of the Initiative team stationed in Oregon.[15][4]
  • Falcona: An Inhuman that can control any birds in the Birds of Prey category. Her current whereabouts are unknown.[16]
  • Leonus: An Inhuman with lion-like attributes. His current whereabouts are unknown.[16]
  • Nebulo: An invisible Inhuman. He is also known as the Shadow Uncast. His current whereabouts are unknown.[16]
  • Seeker: Worked for Maximus during his reign of Atillan. Killed in Inhumans: Untold Stories #6.[17]
  • Stallior: A centaur-like Inhuman. His current whereabouts are unknown.[16]
  • Timberius: A bark-skin Inhuman who can control plants. His current whereabouts are unknown.[16]

Crimson Cadre[edit]

The Crimson Cadre are the Inhumans' personal strike force led by General Ator. Among its members are:

  • General Ator: General Ator is the leader of the Crimson Cadre. His current status and whereabouts are unknown.[18]
  • Eelak the Agile: An Inhuman with enhanced agility. Current status and whereabouts unknown.[18]
  • Glaboo: An Inhuman with super-strength. His body is composed of a malleable mud-like substance. Current status and whereabouts unknown.[18]
  • Margoyle: A gargoyle-like Inhuman. Current status and whereabouts unknown.[18]
  • Pulssus: An electrical Inhuman. Current status and whereabouts unknown.[18]
  • Rootar: A bark-skinned Inhuman. Current status and whereabouts unknown.[18]

Dark Riders[edit]

The Dark Riders are a group of Inhumans drafted by Apocalypse.

  • Barrage:
Founding member of the Dark Riders. He can transform his arms into organic weapons that can absorb a type of energy and fire it in powerful explosive blasts. He was killed by a clone of Madelyne Pryor.[19]
  • Foxbat: Founding member of the Dark Riders. He can see in the dark and use his fangs and claws as weapons. He was assassinated by Genesis.[20][19]
  • Gauntlet: Founding member of the Dark Riders. Later becomes a mercenary for hire.[19]
  • Hard-Drive: Founding member of the Dark Riders. He can teleport and control machinery. At some point, he was turned into a cyborg. Current whereabouts are unknown.[19]
  • Psynapse:
Founding member of the Dark Riders and the cousin of Medusa and Crystal. She had telepathy. Killed by the other members of the team,[21] but was revealed to be alive only to be incinerated by the energy released when he attempted to tap into the powers of X-Man.[22][19]
  • Tusk: Founding member of the Dark Riders. Current whereabouts are unknown.[19]

New Generation Inhumans[edit]

  • Alaris: An Inhuman and member of the Inhuman Royal Guard with enhanced strength and bulletproof skin. He was sent to Earth as part of a reconnaissance mission/student exchange program.[23]
  • Jolen: A vegetation-manipulating Inhuman who was sent to Earth.[24]
  • Nahrees: An Inhuman who can generate electricity.[25]
  • San: An Inhuman that can sculpt objects out of organic clay.[23]
  • Tonaja: An Inhuman with wings and member of the Inhuman Royal Guard.

Universal Inhumans[edit]

The Inhumans and the Kree have experimented on some Centaurians, Dire Wraiths, Kymellians, and Badoon so that when Black Bolt is found, he can lead them into a new era. Besides the Inhuman Royal Family, among the members of the Universal Inhumans are:

  • Aladi No Eke: The current Queen of the Badoons.
  • Arris: A Centaurian who was an advisor to Queen Oola Udonta. He was killed by an alternate Mister Fantastic called Professor R.
  • Avoe: The current Queen of the Dire Wraiths.
  • Dal Damoc:
An Inhuman with levitation abilities who is a member of the Universal Inhumans. He remained on Attilan to watch over it while the Inhuman Royal Family left to rule the Kree Empire. He also became a herald of a new age when the Universal Inhumans return and join together.
  • Onomi Whitemane: The current Queen of the Kymellians.
  • Oola Udonta: The current Queen of the Centaurians.

Light Brigade[edit]

A special team of Universal Inhumans who rescued Human Torch from Annihilus.

  • Dara Ko Eke: A Badoon who is a member of the Light Brigade. She operates under the alias of All-Knowing.
  • Els Udota: A Centaurian archer who is a member of the Light Brigade. She operates under the alias of Stonethrower.
  • Hooud: A size-shifting Dire Wraith who is a member of the Light Brigade. He operates under the alias of Creeping Death.
  • Kal Blackbane: A Kymellian swordsman who is a member of the Light Brigade. He operates under the alias of Midnight Blade.
  • Prax Ord: A Centaurian with metal skin who is a member of the Light Brigade. He operates under the alias of Metallic Titan.
  • Voorr: A Dire Wraith who is a member of the Light Brigade. He operates under the alias of Sun. Voorr can fly and project force fields.

Other Inhumans[edit]

Unless stated otherwise, it can be assumed that the listed Inhumans are residing in Attilan.

  • Aeric: Last seen as a child.[12]
  • Agon:
Father of Black Bolt, son of Symak, and husband of Rynda. He was elected head of the Inhumans Genetic Council circa 1870. He was killed when Black Bolt used his sonic powers to stop an escaping Kree ship which had crashed into the laboratory in which he was working.[26][27]
  • Albakor: An Inhuman with an aquatic physiology. He has great mobility in the oceans and zero gravity.[28]
  • Alecto:
Daughter of Gorgon and the former lover of the Alpha Primitive Reyno. She fled Attilan to be able to stay with Reyno and sought amnesty in the Baxter Building. She was later forced to return to Attilan and to deny her relationship with Reyno.[29]
  • Ambur: An Inhuman who is the mother of Medusa and Crystal.[volume & issue needed]
  • Andvari: An engineer who designed the technology to relocate Attilan from the ocean to the Himalayan mountains.[30]
  • Arvak: A foot soldiers of the Inhumans.[23]
  • Asmodeus: An Inhuman who has green bat-like wings.[31]
  • Aven: An Inhuman who was the former holder of the Royal Sceptre inside the Inhuman Treasury.[32]
  • Avian: Last seen as a child.[12]
  • Avion: A child who was killed.[12]
  • Avius: A winged Inhuman who works as a guardsman.[33]
  • Azur.[volume & issue needed]
  • Banth: An Inhuman who briefly romanced Dazzler while she was in Attilan.[34]
  • Belial Toiven: Mother of Rexel Toiven and wife of Usurieus. She has telepathic powers.[35]
  • Blaast.[36]
  • Bochek.[6]
  • Budan.[37]
  • Carthus: A religious leader and spiritual advisor. He was blue with tentacles on his head.[25]
  • Centaurius.[38]
  • Chiron: A centaur-like Inhuman and guardsman. He is the brother of Stallior.[33]
  • Corporus.[11]
  • Cteno: An aquatic Inhuman.[39]
  • Cuidar: An Inhuman doctor.[40]
  • Cyra.[41]
  • Dendrok.[42]
  • Desidera: A female Inhuman that works as a Finder.[43]
  • Devlor: An Inhuman who became a member of Fantastic Force. He can transform into a beast-like creature with super-strength and enhanced agility. Current whereabouts and status are unknown.[44]
  • Dewoz: An Inhuman who was transformed into a duplicate of Alpha Primitive by Terrigenesis.[25]
  • Dinu:
A teenage Inhuman who was disfigured during Terrigenesis and had to wear a mask on his face with eye-holes and a zipper where his mouth is. He is a member of the Inhuman Royal Guard. It has been rumored that the ritual of Terrigenesis has disfigured Dinu so much that simply looking upon his face can cause death.[25]
  • Dominus.[45]
  • Dorhun: Member of the Inhuman Elite.[46]
  • Dren.[47]
  • Elejea: An Inhuman who is a member of the Inhumans' diplomatic delegation to the United Nations and served under Ambassador Mendicus.[48]
  • Entos.[49]
  • Flaidermaus: A flying Inhuman and guardsman with bat-like wings.[33]
  • Flurgron.[50]
  • Frag.[6]
  • Galen.[51]
  • Ghaidor.
  • Gitel.[47]
  • Glytra: An Inhuman that can fly.[52]
  • Goran.
  • Goran Malidicta.
  • Grimal.[53]
  • Ikarys: An Inhuman with bird-like wings. He serves as the Inhumans' scout.[23]
  • Iridia: An Inhuman with butterfly wings.[54]
  • Itar.[6]
  • Kaliban: An Inhuman who took part in the attack on the Fantastic Four during an event in the Bronx. He resembles Yeti from First Line.[55]
  • Kalikya: An Inhuman healer with elongated hands and fingers.[25]
  • Kobar.
  • Korath.
  • Krush: An Inhuman guard.[12]
  • Kurani: An Inhuman illusion caster.[56]
  • Kylus: An Inhuman who lived in 500 B.C.[57]
  • La.
  • Maelstrom: An energy-manipulating Inhuman who is the son of Phaeder and a Deviant. He is an avatar of Oblivion and currently residing at its realm.
  • Magnar: An Inhuman who was mentioned.[58]
  • Makoth.[59]
  • Makus.
  • Mander.
  • Marak.[8]
  • Marilla: An Inhuman who was the nanny of Crystal (when she was young) and Luna. She was killed by a brainwashed Iron Man.[60]
  • Marista: An Inhuman who served as a maid of Medusa.[53]
  • Maya: An Inhuman who is the former nanny of Luna.[61]
  • Mendicus: An Inhuman ambassador representing Attilan at the United Nations.[62]
  • Mikon.[41]
  • Milena.
  • Minxi: An Inhuman peasant and an attendant to Medusa. She helped Medusa to give birth to Ahura. Gorgon and Karnak each developed a crush on her.[6]
  • Mojlor.[6]
  • Mullox.[49]
  • Naanis.[48]
  • Nadar: An Inhuman scientist.[37]
  • Nallo.[23]
  • Neifi: An Inhuman with gray skin and reptilian features.[25]
  • Nestor: An Inhuman who lived in 500 B.C. as the former ruler of the Inhumans.[57]
  • Nollik: An Inhuman who is the mother of Aeric.[12]
  • Ozel: An Inhuman commoner who plotted to steal the Royal Spectre.[32]
  • Payne: An Inhuman guard.[12]
  • Phadros.[63]
  • Phaeder:
An Inhuman geneticist who was exiled from Attilan and lived with Deviants for some time. He is the father of Maelstrom. Phaedar was the one who gave the High Evolutionary the papers containing blueprints for cracking the genetic code. Currently deceased.[64]
  • Pinyon.[33]
  • Piskas.[45]
  • Putor.[6]
  • Quelin: An Inhuman who is the father of Medusa and Crystal and the brother of Rynda.
  • Rajar.[6]
  • Ramus.[47]
  • Randac: Former ruler of the Inhumans and founder of the Terrigen Mists. Killed in Thor #147.[65]
  • Ransak the Reject: Son of Maelstrom and Deviant. Lived with Eternals for some time. Current whereabouts are unknown.
  • Rexel Toiven.[66]
  • Rok.[12]
  • Romnar.[16]
  • Rynda: An Inhuman who is the mother of Black Bolt, the sister of Quelin, and wife of Agon.[27]
  • Seeker II: The twin brother of the original Seeker.[7]
  • Senschi: An Inhuman who is a messenger of the High Council of Inhumans.
  • Sisko: A female member of one of the species of the Inhumans called "The Hidden Ones" who were once kidnapped by Nazis. She has the ability to shapeshift.
  • Smilo.
  • Somnus: An Inhuman that can create small projectile black balls that puts anyone who is hit by them to either see visions or make them fall asleep.[67]
  • Sporr: An Inhuman that has the ability to create duplicates of itself by binary fission.[68]
  • Sylk.
  • Symak.
  • Tally.[6]
  • Tanith.
  • Tauron.
  • Telv.
  • Tethys.
  • Thera.
  • Thraxton.[69]
  • Ultarnt: An Inhuman scientist that did research on the ritual of Terrigenesis.
  • Usurieus Toiven.
  • Vel.
  • Veritus: An Inhuman who has the ability to tell if someone is telling the truth or lying.[70]
  • Videmus:
A blind Inhuman who has tendril-like eyes that can attach to the forehead of others allowing him to see their thoughts. He told Quicksilver all about where the Terrigen Mists are. Afterwards, Black Bolt sentenced him to life in solitary confinement where he is not to use his powers to see through others. Gorgon disagreed with this sentence.[71]
  • Webelos.
  • Weebwow.
  • Yeti.
  • Zeta.
  • Zorvash.

Inhuman Hybrids[edit]

In the wake of Infinity, it is revealed that tribes of Inhumans have existed in secret around the Earth, and that they had mated with humans, many eventually finding their way into modern society, without knowing their past, producing Inhuman/human hybrids.[72] Inhumanity deals with the aftermath of this revelation.

  • Alice Kedzierski:
A housewife who possesses the power to transfer mass between objects. After Alice's powers accidentally shrank herself (along with her neighbors Soojin and Hana Rhee) into the Microverse, they were rescued by the Uncanny Avengers.[73]
A recurring foe of Tony Stark and former Thunderbolt who was unexpectedly discovered to have Inhuman ancestry. Originally only able to create ice via a high-tech suit, he can now conjure it on his own.
  • Doris:
An elderly widower who turned to attorney Matt Murdock for help after her bank foreclosed on her home. After being exposed to the Terrigen Mist, she transformed into an octopus-like creature with masses of tentacles in place of arms. She attacked the Avengers A.I. before being persuaded to stop by Doombot, and took off for parts unknown with Medusa.[74]
  • Fiona:
A bird-like Inhuman and former blogger who was exposed to the Terrigen Mist while taking selfies, and subsequently began blogging about her condition. She was rescued by members of the Avengers Academy and former New X-Men after nearly falling to her death.[75]
  • Fulmina (Sylvia Prell):
A college student from New York City who manifested her Inhuman powers during Thanos' invasion of Earth. She possesses the ability to transform herself into an organism of pure electricity. Fulmina was discovered by The Superior Spider-Man.[76]
Before Terrigenesis, he was the patriarch of his struggling Maggia family. After Terrigenesis, he finds himself with purple skin, several massive spikes growing from his head, super-strength, and the ability to communicate with his deceased ancestors. However, soon after hatching, he loses his two sons (one to crossfire in a huge firefight, one committing suicide after seeing what he had become), and vows vengeance on the person he thinks is responsible for everything, The Punisher. [78]
  • Haechi: A Korean boy who will be part of the latest incarnation of the New Warriors.[79]
  • Inferno (Dante): A Latino teen who can transform himself into a being of fire.[80]
  • Junkman of Brooklyn (Gavrel Achtor):
A man who can telepathically lift junk and toss them towards his opponents. He tried to get revenge on Sarah Garza for accidentally destroying his apartment complex, but was shot and killed by Nick Fury, Jr.[81]
A shapeshifting 16-year old Muslim of Pakistani descent from Jersey City. After realizing that her Inhuman abilities give her the means to emulate her idol, Carol Danvers, Kamala takes up her hero's former identity as the new Ms. Marvel.[82]
  • Quickfire (Barbara McDevitt):
A former corporate spy who discovered the ability to slow down time around her targets, but only for one person at a time. After being revealed as an Inhuman, she was hired by the Cortex Corporation to infiltrate the ruins of Attilan.[83]
  • Ren Kimura: A Japanese-American dancer who can conjure razor sharp metal ribbons from her fingertips. She joined the Fearless Defenders after being rescued from Thanos' forces.[84]
  • Sarah Garza:
A former S.H.I.E.L.D. technician from Park Slope, Brooklyn, who suddenly found herself able to generate powerful explosions of energy. After being outfitted with a regulator suit by James Rhodes, she was appointed to the Secret Avengers by Maria Hill.[85] She quickly resigned from the Avengers unit after seeing how violent they were, and was placed in confinement by Hill until she could learn to control her powers and Hill could arrange for her to return to her old job.[86]
  • Thane:
The last remaining child of Thanos. The invasion of Earth's true main purpose was for Thanos to find and kill his son. Once Terrigenesis occurs, Thane's uncontrolled powers inadvertently annihilates the entirety of the hidden Inhuman outpost city he lived in. In the end, Thane traps Thanos and Proxima Midnight in "a state of living death", and departs to the stars with Thanos' former general, Ebony Maw, to "carve out an even greater legacy".
The former sidekick of the original Human Torch, as well as a founding member of both the Invaders and the Kid Commandos. He was previously thought to be a Mutant, but was retconned into possessing Inhuman heritage.[87]

Inhumans of Earth-691[edit]

In an alternate timeline of the Marvel Universe inhabited by the Guardians of the Galaxy, some new Inhumans are present.

Marvel Cinematic Universe[edit]

The television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has introduced multiple Inhumans to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, including:

  • Skye: A S.H.I.E.L.D. agent who can create earthquakes following her exposure to the Terrigen mists.[88]
  • Raina.[88]


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