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Hawkman ist eine Comicfigur von DC Comics. Er ist ein Superheld, der seine besonderen Fähigkeiten durch eine Rüstung vom Planeten Thanagar bekommt. Hawkman ist und war Mitglied der Heldengruppierungen der Justice League und der Justice Society. Hawkman (deutsch etwa Falkenmann) ist eine Comicfigur von DC Comics. Er ist ein Superheld, der seine besonderen Fähigkeiten durch eine Rüstung vom. Verlag: DC (© Copyright by TM DC Comics) Name: Hawkman (auf deutsch etwa "​Falkenmann") Richtiger Name: Carter Hall (1. Hawkman) Weitere Namen. Der Start der grandiosen neuen Serie! Hawkman Carter Hall wird seit Jahrtausenden wiedergeboren. Nun muss der Archäologe und Held | jetzt bestellen! Hawkman, Bd. 1: Zeit der Finsternis | Daniel, Tony S., Liefeld, Rob, Bonny, James​, Poulton, Mark, Tan, Philip, Richards, Cliff, Bennett, Joe, Thibert, Art | ISBN. Hawkman: Der Tod von Hawkman | Andreyko, Marc, Lopresti, Aaron, Buchemi, Rodney, Hidalgo, Carolin | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle​. Hawkman Dc Characters, Marvel Heroes, Photo Manipulation, Justice League, All Star.

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The Black Lanterns attack, Sue impaling Hawkgirl on a spear. Ralph taunts Hawkman, telling him that Hawkgirl never loved him; a claim she refutes with her dying breath.

Hawkman is killed shortly afterward, and both heroes are reanimated as Black Lanterns by Black Hand himself. It was also revealed in Green Lantern 46 that Khufu and Chay-Ara's bodies were taken from Earth by the Zamarons and placed in the violet central power battery.

Their love is the source of the Star Sapphire's powers. The pair receive black rings during the battle on Zamaron.

Their escape from the central power battery causes widespread destruction on the planet, enough for the Star Sapphires to abandon the planet, and sets the Predator free; it does not seem to have affected the Star Sapphires' powers.

During the battle at Coast City , the Atom is chosen by the Indigo Tribe to be more effective against Nekron 's forces.

Kendra is revealed to be Shiera Hall and remembers all her past lives; she and Carter joyfully reunite. In the Brightest Day crossover event, Carter and Shiera follow Hath-Set, who has collected the bones from all of their past bodies, and created from them a portal to Hawkworld.

While there, Carter is told by the Entity to "stop the Queen Khea" from leaving. Hawkman hears Hawkgirl's cries and charges toward to rescue her. His arrival leads to a confrontation with Queen Khea, who turns out to be the mother of Shiera Hall.

During the fight, Queen Khea controls his Nth metal mace and armor, and Hawkman is tied together with Hawkgirl. Queen Khea opens the gateway and enters the portal to the Zamaron homeworld.

Shiera and Carter manage to eventually separate both of them by stabbing Khea at the same time with weapons made of Zamaronian crystals.

The bones of the past lives of Hawkman and Hawkgirl separate from the gateway, and, animated by the violet light of love, grab Khea and imprison her in the Zamaronian central power battery.

Shiera and Carter, with both of their missions accomplished and their lives returned, are teleported back to St.

Roch by Carol. Carter and Shiera are interrupted by Deadman, whose white ring tells the two of them that they should lead separate lives.

Carter refuses and says they are not going to live apart again, the ring responds "So be it" and unleashes a blast of white light that kills Hawkman and Hawkgirl, turning them into dust.

When the "Dark Avatar" made his presence known, Hawkman and Hawkgirl are revealed to be part of the Elementals, guardians of the forest located in Star City.

They were transformed by the Entity to become the element of air and protect the Star City forest from the "Dark Avatar", which appears to be the Black Lantern version of the Swamp Thing.

After the Dark Avatar is defeated, Swamp Thing appears to have brought the Elementals back to normal; however, as Hawkman looks around for Shiera, he discovers that she was not brought back like he was.

He is later told by Swamp Thing that Shiera is everywhere, revealing that she was still the elemental of air. Afterward, Hawkman returns home yelling "Shiera!

In this new timeline, Hall tries to rid himself of his Hawkman armor by burning and burying it in a forest. However, the Nth metal suit re-bonds with him, preventing Hall from escaping his life as Hawkman.

His origin of him as a pharaoh who is constantly being reincarnated is used for the character. Carter Hall is an archaeologist once again who is researching the origin of Nth metal and how it gives him his powers.

At some point, Carter encountered Barbatos and hit him with his mace. When the aged Batman and Superman arrive at the World Forge, they realise they were too late and it has fallen to darkness and are met by a gigantic hammer wielding hawk-like beast who proclaims that it is Carter Hall, the dragon of Barbatos and Keeper of the Dark Forge, and that only endings are at the World Forge.

A new Hawkman series was announced in March with writing by Robert Venditti and art by Bryan Hitch, the book will explore Carter Hall's experiences after the events that happened during Dark Nights: Metal , alongside his relationship to Hawkgirl.

The first arc of the comic deals with Hall, believing there are gaps in the memories of his past lives, recovering a mystical artefact that allows him to unlock all his memories.

He becomes aware of multiple previous incarnations of himself, which include Katar Hol , and also has a vision of Earth in the future, destroyed by gigantic winged creatures later revealed to be spaceships known as the Deathbringers.

Hall deduces that his first human incarnation, Prince Khufu, had the same vision, resulting in a winged figure becoming an important symbol throughout all his lives.

Carter Hall also discovers that, as well as reincarnating over time on Earth, he has also lived multiple lives on alien worlds, and on at least one occasion, two or more of his reincarnations have existed simultaneously.

The other lives revealed are:. He also spent centuries being reincarnated on the planet Nebulen, which was being fought over by two alien armies in a seemingly endless war.

Hawkman was endlessly reincarnated as a common foot soldier, alternately being part of each side. He eventually ended the war by walking into the no man's land alone and unarmed, offering his food to the opposing side.

A redheaded female enemy soldier, potentially a reincarnation of Hawkgirl, left her trenches to meet with him, and exchanged food.

Both sides then abandoned the conflict and made peace, deserting en masse to settle together on Nebulen, which grew into an advanced and peaceful society.

A statue memorializes the anonymous soldier whose gesture of peace ended the war. With the aid of the descendants of people he saved in previous lives, Carter begins following a trail of clues left by his past selves to uncover the mystery of his vision, while also randomly being pulled through time and space by unknown means to encounter his past selves.

This journey leads him from the ends of the Earth, to the Microverse, and into the depths of space. He deduces that his past selves knew the purpose of the visions of the Deathbringers and realised that they were starting to forget, and therefore left the trail for their future incarnations.

Carter experiences a vision of his original incarnation, Ktar Deathbringer. Ktar was general of the Deathbringers, a race of winged humanoid aliens who cut a swathe through the galaxy in the distant past, slaughtering millions on Earth, Rann , Thanagar , Krypton , and many others.

The Deathbringers would sacrifice the few survivors on their temple world of Qgga to a being known as the "Lord Beyond the Void" that resides behind a rift in space.

At each battlefield, Ktar would be visited by an apparition of a red-haired woman. With each slaughter, his guilt and self-loathing grew.

On Qgga, while preparing the final sacrifice that would allow the Lord to enter the universe, Ktar was visited by the woman again and turned on the Deathbringers, destroying Qgga and sending the Deathbringers into the void.

Upon his death, Ktar was offered a chance to atone by endlessly reincarnating, only being allowed to finally pass on when he had saved as many people as he had killed.

He was also ordered to prepare for the return of the Deathbringers, who are shown to be active in the galaxy under the leadership of Idamm, Ktar's long-term second in command.

Carter's search ultimately beings him to the former site of Krypton. Transported through time to Krypton's last day he encounters his past self Catar-Ol, a historian and tutor to Kara Zor-El, the future Supergirl.

Unlike other prior reincarnations, Catar also possesses past life memories and is aware of the Deathbringers. He was working to build a weapon to defeat the Deathbringers, which the trail of clues lead to, however, he was unable to complete it before Krypton's destruction.

Carter is disheartened, but Catar encourages him to find another way to save Earth, telling him that he must "be the weapon". Somehow taking control of the timeshifts, Carter summons all his past selves to the present to aid him in the batte.

Idamm orders the planet destroyed, but Carter rallies the Hawkmen to attack the Deathbringer's ships, disabling their weapons.

Meanwhile, Carter duels with Idamm again. Utilising his centuries of combat experience, Carter viciously beats Idamm down, repeatedly inflicting what would be lethal damage to another opponent.

Idamm eventually yields and surrenders the role of general to Carter. Carter orders the Deathbringers to stand down, with none daring to question his leadership.

Before returning to their proper places in the timestream, the other Hawkmen transfer their memories to Hall, allowing him to remember his full history for the first time.

Carter discovered another one of his past lives in the form of Sky Tyrant. Sky Tyrant was Carter Hall's reincarnation on Earth This life learned about his origins as Ktar Deathbringer and the debt he must pay.

However, Sky Tyrant is afraid of dying and decided to prolong his 'immortality' and add to the debt by killing people on his Earth.

After dying by unknown means, Sky Tyrant was locked away in Carter's subconscious until the latter was unknowingly infected by the Batman Who Laughs and a recent encounter with Shadow Thief caused Sky Tyrant to reemerge and trap Carter in his own consciousness.

Using their shared consciousness, Sky Tyrant wished to learn more about their history through the secret Black Journal.

There was a darker feel to the subject matter, dealing with societal corruption, racism, and imperialism. The costumes were redesigned somewhat, with most of the Thanagarian's wings now made of metal.

Drug addiction was also addressed with the new Katar Hol being dependent on them early in the story. His personality was portrayed with more of an existential bent, although his character arc still lead him back towards heroism.

Sharon Hall, a woman on Earth was the old Hawkgirl. This confusion would lead to a number of reboots over the next several years.

The first of these spun out of Zero Hour. Hawkman gained a new series, but it went poorly, compounding the confusion of the previous series.

A new convention of this version was the Hawk Avatar, a champion of the creatures in human form. Zero Hour combined the previous versions of Hawkman while largely retaining the appearance of Katar Hol.

However, many readers thought that it confused rather than clarified. In the end, various Hawk Avatars were banished into the realm of Hawk God , and from continuity for several years.

Kendra meanwhile is flying through space when she ends up on Thanagar and learns of a demon called Onimar Synn who is ordering Thanagarian corpses to attack Thanagar.

Kendra and her protectors go into hiding. Kendra asks why she is summoned to Thanagar and is told that she is to act as an emotional beacon for Hawkman.

The Nth Metal is now a part of Carter's body, but his appearance is not greatly different than previous versions. Hawkman is being hunted down by Hawkwoman for killing her brother.

The Thangarians were at war with an alien race called the Damonites. The poisoned the food at a banquet where the two races had decided to make a truce.

The poison must have been air born and the plague that the Thangarians called it took their leader Emperor Provis. Corsar, the heir apparent, became power hunger and war crazy.

He placed the miners in jeopardy by opening up closed mines that were unstable. When the Nth metal was finally mined it chose Kator Hol.

This was the final blow for Corsar's sanity and he attacked Kator. He struck an electric outlet and the feedback charred him to a burnt corpse.

Shayera ran in and saw Kator over her brother's body and instantly believed he killed him, Kator escaped to Earth where he resided until Hawkwoman was able to locate him.

He is teaming up with Green Arrow to stop from being extradited to Thanagar. That series ends after the events of the Trinity War and Forever Evil.

During Trinity War, Hawkman is seen fighting powerful foes like Shazam, Wonder Woman, and Frankenstein which really showcases his strength.

They uncover a plan by Bythe to create a child with multiple DNA strands from alien races to take over the universe. The threat was so great that the Legion of Superheroes comes back from the 31st century to land a hand to avoid the destruction of the universe.

Hawkman plays an integral part in this storyline. He sacrifices himself to save a city from an explosion that could destroy a city.

It seemingly kills him but the Nth metal in his blood revived him. In the Futures End storyline he is again shown to die only to be revived by his Nth metal.

Hawkman was a member of the JL United team until his apparent death. However the political climate between Thanagar and Rann would take him to join forces with Adam Strange again.

Both discovered than Despero was collecting nth metal to conquer both planets. Hawkman sacrificed himself to stop the tyrant. However Despero survived the attack but the thanagarian hero perished.

Continuing with his investigation, he finds a large electric generator and encounters a man named Dr. Anton Hastor, who proves to be the reincarnation of Hath-Set.

Anton realizes that Hawkman is the reincarnation of Khufu, which meant that Shiera must have been reincarnated as well. Anton then uses a spell on lure Shiera to him, hoping to get to Hawkman through her.

When Hawkman returns home, he finds that Shiera has disappeared and finds her in the lair of Dr. Anton, who is about to sacrifice Shiera by electrocuting her on an altar of Anubis.

Hawkman throws a sheet of Ninth Metal that he brought along onto Shiera, shielding her from any damage. He then fires a crossbow into Dr.

The villain this time was a shape-shifter called Byth and the couple travel to Earth to stop him.

Arriving on Earth, they meet a man called George Emmett, who believes their story and gives him and his wife clothes. He also sets up other things for Hawkman, including a job and an apartment.

The both of them discover that they can communicate with birds, a side-effect of the "electronic" brain which they had implanted to learn the English language.

With that knowledge, they start to use birds as spies and one bird manages to get a location on Byth. When Hawkman finds out, Byth transforms into a monster called a Brontadon.

With the two maces taken from the museum from where Hawkman works, the two Hawks allow the Brontadon to swallow the hollowed out maces which contain sedatives.

The monster eventually transforms back to his normal form. They send Byth back to Thanagar, but decide to stay on Earth, to study their policing studies.

Comparing Hawkman to Adam Strange, they were quite different even though they had many things in common. Adam Strange was also an archaeologist and worked in a museum.

During his time with the Justice League during the s, comics became increasingly more political and Hawkman, who was traditionalist, had many arguments with the progressive Green Arrow.

It was seen as reflecting the change in roles of gender. Thanagar also fought a war against Rann and because of that, Hawkman and Hawkwoman cut their ties with Thanagar.

They came to a truce but Thangar turned its attention to Earth, planning to conquer it. Hawkman opposed the idea in The Shadow War of Hawkman in In this four part mini-series, Hawkwoman was murdered, but it turns out that Shayera was still alive.

The mini-series was successful and got his own special in and a second one, but that was canceled due to low sales. DC then decided to bring back the Justice Society because it was free of complications before the reincarnations of many characters.

In 's Armageddon: Inferno, Waverider, a time traveler, saved the Justice Society from their limbo universe, allowing them to battle against another enemy, Abraxis, and from there on, the Justice Society was brought back into the DC Universe.

There, Paran Katar, Katar Hol's father, befriended Carter Hall during the s and slipped him a quantity of Nth Metal, allowing Carter to design his own costume and execute that design.

There on Earth, he also fell in love with a woman, and that woman gave birth to Katar Hol. It is discovered that he was half-human.

At the museum, they hear of a Thanagarian gateway found in a cliff side by a group of archeologists in Tibet.

As Hawkman and Hawkwoman they visit it and decipher the writing on the gateway, which tells a story of a Thangarian child named Thasaro.

This child from Thanagar is told to be so evil that he threatened Thanagar's ancient gods and was banished into the urn that is now kept in the Thangarian gateway.

Katar opens the urn and Thasaro is released from his prison. He attacks Hawkman and Hawkwoman but is subdued after Katar channels his aura into Shayera to give her the necessary power.

That night, mummies in the museum are reanimated and attack visiting archeologists. Katar suspects that the presence of the Thasaro caused them to reanimate and asks for Krandor Vat to take the urn back to Thanagar.

The security sent by Vat to retrieve the urn is killed by Thanagar minister Kartez and his followers, who release Thasaro once more.

Thasaro vows to destroy the earth in revenge for his defeat at the hands of Hawkman and Hawkwoman by sending birds to attack Midway City.

On Thanagar, the Trinity tell Hawkman that he can only stop Thasaro by having faith in Shayera and their love. He does, and together they subdue Thasaro long enough for the Trinity to banish Thasaro once again.

Carter then puts on the Claws of Horus and as he does, a wave pushes a horde of corpses over. Carter thinks that Kendra is Shiera, but Kendra thinks differently.

He then turns to Hawkman and Hawkgirl, electrocuting them. Hawkman, Hawkgirl and the rest of the JSA wake up in a prison. Onimar Synn then comes in and tells Hawkman and Hawkgirl about their death: walking off a plank and falling into the Plain of Bones.

They are then pushed over become red dots in the distance. While falling, Carter asks Kendra if she trusts him.

She says that she does and he breaks the rope free and flies ahead of her, killing the zombies below then catching her. A sandstorm begins to form itself and Hawkman and Hawkgirl attack Phade.

Onimar Synn then reforms himself into a giant from the city and begins smashing at the JSA. Hawkman tells Hawkgirl that his new body is made of Nth Metal and that it contains the Claw of Horus.

He tells her that their destiny is together. Apparently, Kendra sees that as well and the both of them kiss.

Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti took over writing duties during the third year of the series. In , the series was retitled Hawkgirl with issue 50 and given a new creative team Walt Simonson and Howard Chaykin.

This series was cancelled with issue 66 in July Hawkman was a major character in the Rann—Thanagar War miniseries, which stemmed from events in Countdown to Infinite Crisis.

During this time his continuity was further changed see Carter Hall section below. Katar Hol is an honored police officer on his homeworld of Thanagar.

Along with his wife Shayera, they use the anti-gravity belts and their wings to fly and fight criminals. These were the tools of an elite police unit tasked to track and apprehend the most dangerous criminals.

The pair were sent to earth in to capture the shape-shifting criminal Byth. Following this mission, they elected to remain on Earth to work with authorities in the United States and learn human police methods.

The two adopted covers as a pair of museum curators, Carter and Shiera Hall, and acted publicly as the second Hawkman and the second Hawkgirl later Hawkwoman.

Although initially depicted as surviving the Crisis on Infinite Earths intact, Katar Hol was rebooted just a few years afterwards in a prestige-format miniseries named Hawkworld , by Timothy Truman.

A regular ongoing series of the same name followed, with writer John Ostrander joining Truman. Katar Hol, a young police officer on the planet Thanagar, rebels against the oppressive system of his planet and is sent into exile.

He later escapes and uncovers a renegade police captain Byth. As a result, he is reinstated into the force, given a new partner, Shayera Thal, and sent on a mission on Earth, where he is the third Hawkman.

The priest eventually captures both Khufu and his consort Chay-Ara, and kills them using a cursed dagger of Nth metal. After touching the same Nth Metal dagger used to kill Khufu, Carter regains the memories of his former life and realizes Hastor is the reincarnation of his ancient foe.

When Hastor kidnaps Shiera, using a magic spell to draw her to his lair, Hall uses his newly-refound memories to craft a gravity-defying belt using Nth metal and a winged costume to become Hawkman.

Carter successfully rescues Shiera, Anton is killed by electrocution, and Carter and Saunders begin a romantic relationship.

Carter Hall and Shiera Saunders had a son together, named Hector Hall, who grew up to also have a superheroic identity as Silver Scarab and later adopted the mantle of Dr.

Hector Hall was a member of the superhero groups Infinity Inc. Late in the s, Thanagarian spy Fel Andar —who had been living on Earth for some time already—fell in love with an Earth woman, Sharon Parker, and they had a son named Charley.

Andar was ordered by the Thanagarian government to infiltrate the Justice League and Parker's memories were altered so that she believed she was Hawkwoman and believed that her son was "Carter Hall Jr.

Charley Andar later took up the name Hawkman to honor his "father" whom he believed to be Carter Hall. When Parker's old memories surface, she exposed Andar's infiltration plot; Andar murdered her and fled to Thanagar.

Andar later returned to Earth to help his son become the hero known as Golden Eagle , and saved his life once before being recaptured and returned to Thanagar.

When Grant Morrison revived the JLA comic book in , he expanded the roster to include over a dozen heroes. With frequent collaborator Mark Millar , he intended to create a new Hawkman with no links to the old characters.

Morrison was denied permission to use the name "Hawkman" by DC editorial, which still considered it "radioactive", due to the complex post-Crisis continuity problems with the character.

We're hoping that fans will figure 'For God's sake, let's just call him Hawkman and get him in the Justice League as Hawkman,' and the editors will relent.

We're hoping to start a campaign. He was later revealed to be alive in the fourth volume of Hawkman and went on to assist the Carter Hall Hawkman for some time.

When Carter Hall seemingly perished, Charley Parker took on the mantle and became the fourth Hawkman, and revealed himself as the son of Carter Hall.

In fact, he was actually the son of Fel Andar, and had been responsible for Carter's troubles and his apparent demise.

Carter Hall eventually defeated the Golden Eagle, their vendetta was later dropped, and Carter Hall reclaimed his mantle. All incarnations of Hawkman used the fictional "ninth metal" or "Nth metal" to defy gravity and allow them to fly.

The metal is in their costume's belt, boots, and wings. Its abilities are controlled mentally. Their wings allow them to control their flight, though they can be "flapped" through use of shoulder motions.

In most comic books, Hawkman is known to have slightly enhanced physical strength. The Golden Age Hawkman was also granted the ability to breathe underwater by the sea god Poseidon.

The Silver Age Hawkman also had enhanced senses comparable to a hawk 's. He, and sometimes the Golden Age Hawkman as well, were also able to converse with birds , though they could not command them in the same way that, say, Aquaman could command sea creatures.

Hawkman also wore special contact lenses that allowed him to detect beams and radiation. The Silver Age Hawkman also possessed a Thanagarian police space ship and a variety of science fictional weapons.

All versions of Hawkman prefer to use archaic weaponry—particularly maces , nets , spears , and shields —rather than modern or futuristic weapons.

The current incarnation prefers this in part because, having the memories of having lived through many past lives, he is more proficient in their use than with contemporary weapons.

In Katar Hol's case, it was too dangerous to use Thanagarian weaponry since there was too great a chance they could be lost or captured and then used or duplicated on Earth.

There is, however, one significantly unique weapon Carter employs occasionally: the Claw of Horus. As he explained to Superman, "Essentially, I just hit you with the planet.

All versions of Hawkman have shown enhanced levels of strength. The Golden Age Hawkman was said to have the strength of 12 men but later that idea was dropped.

Whereas the Golden Age Hawkman's strength appeared natural, it was later explained with the Silver Age Hawkman that the Nth metal enables its wielders to carry great weights.

The recent incarnation has interpreted this as the Nth metal simply enhancing the strength of the user. Also, several JLA and JSA stories indicate that Thanagar has greater gravity than Earth, and that Thanagarians are naturally stronger than humans because they are adapted to it, similarly to how Atlanteans e.

Aquaman are adapted to deep sea pressures.

Hawkman As a result, he is an expert with a wide array Rampage Stream Deutsch archaic weapons from his past lives, including battle axesmacesswordsspearsand shields. Red Wolf Skyman Thun'da. Related Characters: Hawkgirl. A new Sky Wwe series was announced in March Hawkman writing by Robert Venditti and Anthropomorph by Bryan Hitch, the book will explore Carter Hall's experiences after the Circus Halligalli Abgesetzt that Hawkman during Dark Nights: Metalalongside his relationship to Hawkgirl. At the same time, however, he is extremely intelligent considered a leader in his field of history and archaeology and expresses a deeply romantic side in relation to his beloved soulmate. Robin Wonder Woman. In fact, he was actually the son of Fel David Irving, and had been responsible for Carter's troubles and his apparent demise.

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