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Agamemnon (Marvel)(02 - Vali Halfling)
Real Name: Vali Halfing
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The son of an Asgardian god and a mortal woman, Vali traded the pick of his future offspring to the Troyjan race in exchange for knowledge of immortality. Agamemnon neither claims nor denies being the Agamemnon who was king of Argos and commander-in-chief of the Greek army against Troy in ancient times. Since that time, he claims to have assumed dozens of identities and have fathered hundreds of children. At a relatively recent point in time, Agamemnon was instrumental is establishing the Pantheon, an interventionalist think-tank dedicated to improving the human condition by ending war, famine, and disease. He has often recruited several of his own family, who exhibit superhuman abilities such as near-immortality due to their hybrid nature. No one recently has seen Agamemnon personally, as Agamemnon prefers to use a holographic projection to communicate with others while residing within the Pantheon's headquarters. (It is not yet revealed whether Agamemnon's holographic projection is technological, magical, or psychic by nature, and the true limits to the range and size of projection is unknown.)
Ultimately, he betrayed the Pantheon, and when his children became aware of the betrayal he attempted to slay them all. While trying to escape, his rocket was shot down, and he seems to have died.
First Appearance: The Incredible Hulk (1968) #376
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Der Unglaubliche Hulk Comic-Taschenbuch (1980)
#37 Heroic Age: Prince of Power (2010)
- 'Faust auf Faust'#38
- 'Die Rückkehr der Verteidiger'#41
- 'Lücken Schliessen'
#1#2 Heroic Age: Villains (2011)
- 'Valhalla Blues'#3
- 'Our Lady of Slaughter'#4
- 'Omnipotence For Dummies'
#1 The Incredible Hulk (1968)
- 'Heroic Age Villains'
Annual 17Annual 18 The Marvel Encyclopedia (2006)
- 'The Return of the Defenders Part 1'#376
- 'Personality Conflict'#381
- 'Little Hitler'#387
- 'Hiding Behind Mosques'#398
- 'A Convocation of Politic Worms'#400
- 'Deus Ex Machina'#401
- 'Filling Slots'#402
- 'The Forest for the Trees'#412
- 'Bi Me That'#421
- 'Hel and Back'#424
- 'Fall of the Pantheon (Direct Edition)'
The Mighty World Of Marvel (2009)
#32 The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Master Edition (1990)
- 'A New Saga... Shadowland! The Fall of Daredevil has begun...'
Thor: Asgard's Avenger (2011)
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