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Agent Harras (Marvel)(S.H.I.E.L.D.)
Real Name: Harras
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Bio:
Agent Harras was a member of S.H.I.E.L.D. and was aboard the Helicarrier that illegally brought She-Hulk on board to determine if she posed a possible threat to humanity similarly to how her cousin The Hulk did at certain points in his life.

When a civilian that was actually just a host for a collective hive mind of human level intelligence cockroaches was transported on board at the same time as She-Hulk, they crashed the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier to show the world how powerful they were. She-Hulk was able destroy every single one of the cockroaches however.

Harras was one of the few agents that didn't abandon ship in escape pods and took the controls of the ship. He cut the lifters under orders from Gaffer, which allowed the ship to flip completely upside down. Gaffer then reversed the polarity of the vortex beams which were usually meant to pull things up from the ground, but now would push things away. Turning them on allowed the fall of the Helicarrier to be buffered slightly as it crashed. It didn't help TOO much as the ship was still destroyed, but all those that were aboard when it actually crashed appeared to live.

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First Appearance: Marvel Graphic Novel (1982) #18

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Issue Appearances:
Marvel Graphic Novel (1982)

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S.H.I.E.L.D. (Marvel)

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