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Captain Omen
Real Name: Nathaniel Omen
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Powers:
Captain Omen himself had no physical powers. In fact, he was a withered, hunched old man. However, he had access to a wealth of advanced technology and an army of superhuman warriors (The Infra-Worlders, (see below), and Aquon - whom he apparently genetically engineered). His immense submarine, the Infra-World, spent all of its time at a depth of 5000 fathoms (that's six miles to you and me, kids!), and apparently had means of producing oxygen, gaining new power, etc. (I'm also thinking they ate a lotta fish). The Infra-World, in addition to housing possibly hundreds of people, also had enormous tentacles able to reel in other, normal-sized submarines, or Hulk-sized people. It could utilize tractor beams and probably had other weaponry, as well. Captain Omen equipped the Infra-World with Vista Rooms, which projected holograms of the surface world for the Infra-Worlders. He also had metal gardens, complete with mechanical birds, so they wouldn't feel like they were missing anything.



Bio:
creator of Infra-World, has a son named Filius

Notes:


First Appearance: The Incredible Hulk (1968) #164

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Issue Appearances:
Hulk (1981)
L'incroyable Hulk (1968)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008)
The Incredible Hulk (1968)
World War Hulk: Gamma Files (2007)

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