Hiro-Kala

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Ultimately, Hiro-Kala's plan was to draw Galactus to Giausar to consume it but this was with the intention of poisoning him with the Old Power that badly hurt the World Devourer. This expunged the last of the Old Power in him and from the planet thus forcing the cosmic being to depart as he was now weary of finding worlds with the corrupt version of the Power Cosmic. Hiro-Kala himself though was scarred from the experience but resolved to find and remove all trace of the Old Power from the universe where he intended to hunt down his brother Skaar. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #17)  
 
Ultimately, Hiro-Kala's plan was to draw Galactus to Giausar to consume it but this was with the intention of poisoning him with the Old Power that badly hurt the World Devourer. This expunged the last of the Old Power in him and from the planet thus forcing the cosmic being to depart as he was now weary of finding worlds with the corrupt version of the Power Cosmic. Hiro-Kala himself though was scarred from the experience but resolved to find and remove all trace of the Old Power from the universe where he intended to hunt down his brother Skaar. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #17)  
  
He combined his fleet to continue moving K'ai past Jupiter towards Earth when they were intercepted by a Sakaaran stone ship used by the Hulk along with his allies. They sought to stop the planet from smashing into Earth whilst Hulk himself sought to reunite with his other son. However, Hiro-Kala instead dispatched his forces against and confronted Bruce Banner who transformed into the Hulk after seeing that his son had become a monster. (Incredible Hulks v1 #615)  
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He combined his fleet to continue moving K'ai past Jupiter towards Earth when they were intercepted by a Sakaaran stone ship used by the Hulk along with his allies. They sought to stop the planet from smashing into Earth whilst Hulk himself sought to reunite with his other son. However, Hiro-Kala instead dispatched his forces against and confronted Bruce Banner who transformed into the Hulk after seeing that his son had become a monster. (Incredible Hulks v1 #615) This led to a battle with his father where despite his use of the Old Power he failed in vanquishing the Hulk. (Incredible Hulks v1 #616) The fight broke Hiro-Kala who saw himself as a conduit of the Old Power now and thus succumbed to its destructive power which he unleashed without restraint. This led to a battle with his twin brother Skaar who attempted to reason with him and Hiro-Kala seemingly calmed down. However, the K'ai Worldmind revealed the depth of Hiro-Kala's actions and that he was simply attempting to justify his actions. Thus, Hiro-Kala went in a rage once more but was stopped when Skaar encased him in stone. The K'ai Worldmind then took custody of him as he believed Hiro-Kala was too dangerous to be free and instead sought to imprison him to be used to warm the orphaned world of K'ai. As such, he was lost the universe with the Hulk coming to mourn the loss of his son and being unable to save him from madness. (Incredible Hulks v1 #617)  
  
 
==Overview==
 
==Overview==
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His father was the Green Scar Hulk and his mother was Caiera the Oldstrong. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #13) Once, all he wanted in his life was his mother to be with him and cried for her to protect him. However, upon being the Sakaarson, he claimed that this was no longer the case as he understood his place in creation. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #14)
 
His father was the Green Scar Hulk and his mother was Caiera the Oldstrong. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #13) Once, all he wanted in his life was his mother to be with him and cried for her to protect him. However, upon being the Sakaarson, he claimed that this was no longer the case as he understood his place in creation. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #14)
  
Hiro-Kala came to believe that his Old Power was driven by hate and that he hated Galactus most of all for his part in the destruction of Sakaar. He stated that this was because he had taken his mother away from him along with most other Sakaarans with him intending to get his revenge against the World Devourer by hurting him in kind. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #17)  
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Hiro-Kala came to believe that his Old Power was driven by hate and that he hated Galactus most of all for his part in the destruction of Sakaar. He stated that this was because he had taken his mother away from him along with most other Sakaarans with him intending to get his revenge against the World Devourer by hurting him in kind. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #17) He came to feel that the Old Power was a curse that would destroy the universe and thus was willing to sacrifice thousands in order to save billions. As such, he was willing to engage in deplorable acts for what he perceived to be the greater good. (Incredible Hulks v1 #616)  
  
 
===Powers and abilities===
 
===Powers and abilities===

Latest revision as of 11:53, 13 August 2019

Hiro-Hala in Realm of Kings: Son of Hulk v1 #1.

Hiro-Kala is a male comic character that features in Marvel Comics.

Contents

Biography

Hiro-Kala in Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #13.

Hiro-Kala was the male son of the Hulk and Caiera the Oldstrong where he was the twin brother of Skaar with the pair being born on Sakaar. Whilst within his mothers womb, a great cataclysm came to his world which killed his mother and separated the twins who survived due to their unique biology. (Incredible Hulks v1 #612)

Afterwards, he freed Hiro-Amin from his chains who begged to be killed though the young boy had heard of his words to the Son of Hulk about the Old Power. The child desired the power for himself with the Shadow Priest telling the boy about how he had been cursed with it after the death of Koam. He cautioned the child over seeking it but after seeing the boy's determined he said that it required the death of the former holder of the Old Power. Thus, he was killed but the Old Power simply departed as this was a trick by the old priest. Axeman Bone was present at the time where he was impressed at the young Shadow child and decided that he would no longer be a slave but rather a freeman with him giving him the name of Hiro-Kala. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #5) With his sharp eyes, he sighted Skaar leading the refugees to the city of Orini where they attacked them. Hiro-Kala did not wish to harm the refugees but Axeman Bones targeted them simply for siding with the Son of Hulk. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #6)

As Galactus consumed the planet, the last survivors of Sakaar were provided enough time to reach the stoneship where Hiro-Kala came to inherit the Old Power from his mother as she died. Through his influence, the stoneship was able to escape with the survivors where he decided on his fate as the Sakaarson. He vowed revenge against the World Devourer and demonstrated his power to his people as he took the role of the prophecised saviour as well as their leader. Under his command, they set course for the planet Giausar that was a former colony of the Shadow People that they abandoned due to the brutality of its natives though Hiro-Kala intended to ensure that they would worship him as a god. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #13) This saw him conquer the City of Fractas where he forced the people to worship him as a deity. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #14)

Ultimately, Hiro-Kala's plan was to draw Galactus to Giausar to consume it but this was with the intention of poisoning him with the Old Power that badly hurt the World Devourer. This expunged the last of the Old Power in him and from the planet thus forcing the cosmic being to depart as he was now weary of finding worlds with the corrupt version of the Power Cosmic. Hiro-Kala himself though was scarred from the experience but resolved to find and remove all trace of the Old Power from the universe where he intended to hunt down his brother Skaar. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #17)

He combined his fleet to continue moving K'ai past Jupiter towards Earth when they were intercepted by a Sakaaran stone ship used by the Hulk along with his allies. They sought to stop the planet from smashing into Earth whilst Hulk himself sought to reunite with his other son. However, Hiro-Kala instead dispatched his forces against and confronted Bruce Banner who transformed into the Hulk after seeing that his son had become a monster. (Incredible Hulks v1 #615) This led to a battle with his father where despite his use of the Old Power he failed in vanquishing the Hulk. (Incredible Hulks v1 #616) The fight broke Hiro-Kala who saw himself as a conduit of the Old Power now and thus succumbed to its destructive power which he unleashed without restraint. This led to a battle with his twin brother Skaar who attempted to reason with him and Hiro-Kala seemingly calmed down. However, the K'ai Worldmind revealed the depth of Hiro-Kala's actions and that he was simply attempting to justify his actions. Thus, Hiro-Kala went in a rage once more but was stopped when Skaar encased him in stone. The K'ai Worldmind then took custody of him as he believed Hiro-Kala was too dangerous to be free and instead sought to imprison him to be used to warm the orphaned world of K'ai. As such, he was lost the universe with the Hulk coming to mourn the loss of his son and being unable to save him from madness. (Incredible Hulks v1 #617)

Overview

Personality and attributes

Following the destruction of Giausar, he suffered a terrible injury that deformed the right side of his face. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #17) He was given the name of Hiro-Kala by Axeman Bones. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #5)

After the destruction of Sakaar, he accepted the role of being the Sakaarson and brooked no challenge to his authority. He was shown to murder people with his power for simply questioning him. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #13) This was only amplified the more he came to use the Old Power where he came to see himself as a god to be worshipped by others. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #14) By this point, he had become darker and more crueller where he casually allowed life to die if he deemed it unworthy to live. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #15) Though he ultimately claimed that he was no god and simply needed to portray himself as one to achieve his goals. Hiro-Kala had intended to purge the Old Power from the universe as he found it as an abomination that plagued space and endangered everyone. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #17)

His father was the Green Scar Hulk and his mother was Caiera the Oldstrong. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #13) Once, all he wanted in his life was his mother to be with him and cried for her to protect him. However, upon being the Sakaarson, he claimed that this was no longer the case as he understood his place in creation. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #14)

Hiro-Kala came to believe that his Old Power was driven by hate and that he hated Galactus most of all for his part in the destruction of Sakaar. He stated that this was because he had taken his mother away from him along with most other Sakaarans with him intending to get his revenge against the World Devourer by hurting him in kind. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #17) He came to feel that the Old Power was a curse that would destroy the universe and thus was willing to sacrifice thousands in order to save billions. As such, he was willing to engage in deplorable acts for what he perceived to be the greater good. (Incredible Hulks v1 #616)

Powers and abilities

Due to his mother, he came to be the inheritor of the Old Power that was prevalent among the Shadow People. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #13) This was actually an artificial and unstable form of the Power Cosmic that was created by the Shadows around ten thousand years ago. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #15)

He could instil it within others thus distorting a persons form into a gigantic monster with a limited lifespan but one that could serve as a powerful weapon on the battlefield. Hiro-Kala could fire powerful streams of this cosmic energy from his eyes as a means of attack. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #14)

Among his powers allowed him to operate the Shadow People's technology such as their stoneships. (Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #13)

Notes

  • Hiro-Kala was created by Greg Pak and Ron Garney where he made his first appearance in Skaar: Son of Hulk v1 #2 (September, 2008).

In other media

Video games

  • In Marvel: War of Heroes, Hiro-Kala appeared in multiple playable cards in the video game.

Appearances

  • Skaar: Son of Hulk v1:
  • Realm of Kings: Son of Hulk v1:
  • Incredible Hulks v1:

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