Flint (Marvel)

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Flint in All-New Inhumans v1 #7.

Flint is a male comic superhero that features in Marvel Comics.



Jaycen was a human from Minnesota who was exposed to the Terrigen Cloud following the destruction of Attilan. Upon emerging from the Terrigenesis Cocoon, he is confronted by Lash who took him to the Inhuman city of Orollan in order to help repopulate it and introduced him to Grove, Kacy, and Mother Bones. When Orollan was attacked by Queen Medusa, Inferno, and the Inhuman Royal Guard. Jaycen's powers manifested where he made the rocks float and knocked Gorgon off balance. When Medusa defeated Lash, Jaycen asked her if he can join up with her. She accepts and he goes with her to New Atillan where he takes up the name Flint.

Sometime later, Iso discovered the blueprints for a portal and "fixed" the device with the help of Flint. They discovered that the portal device was previously used by the Inhuman King Kalden 2,000 years ago where he banished Gordon and Snarkle to another dimension for an unspecified crime. When Snarkle grabbed Flint, he ordered Gordon to grab Iso only for Gordon to remain in that dimension. Iso and Flint defeated Snarkle where they have him remanded to the dungeon.

With help from Ana Kravinoff and Gorgon, Flint traveled to Mozambique where the Inhuman city of Utolan is located and the sight of his birth home. He meets his biological mother Irellis and his older sister Ikelli.


Personality and attributes

Powers and abilities

Flint has geokinesis where he can do things like use the Earth underneath him to fly, assume a rocky form, rupture the ground, and form constructs out of dirt and soil.


  • Flint was created by Charles Soule and Joe Madureira where he made his first appearance in Inhuman v1 #3 (October, 2014).

In other media


  • In Avengers Assemble, Flint appeared in the animated television series in the episode "Civil War, Part 2: The Mighty Avengers".
  • In Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Flint appeared as a character in the live-action television series fifths season set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe where he was portrayed by actor Coy Stewart.


  • Inhumans v1:
  • All-New Inhumans v1:
  • Royals v1:

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