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HYDRA
Publication information
Publisher Marvel Comics
First appearance Strange Tales #135 (Aug 1965)
Created by Stan Lee
Jack Kirby
In story information
Base(s) Various
Owner(s) Red Skull
Employee(s) Baron Strucker
Viper
Kingpin
Silvermane
Madame Hydra
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HYDRA is a fictional terrorist organization in the Marvel Universe. The organization first appeared in Strange Tales #135. In its original continuity, it was headed by nondescript businessman Arnold Brown, who was killed as S.H.I.E.L.D. apparently crushed the organization. It soon returned, however, headed by Baron Wolfgang von Strucker, with the support of the Nazi Red Skull; HYDRA's changing origin was one of the earliest Marvel retcons. After its initial defeat, several of its branches surfaced, appearing to be unrelated and independent. HYDRA's scientific branch was initially A.I.M. (Advanced Idea Mechanics), which later split off into its own organization. Other factions included THEM and the Secret Empire. This article is about the comic book company. ... In comic books, first appearance refers to first comic book to feature a character. ... Strange Tales was the name of several comic book anthology series that have been published by Marvel Comics. ... For the fictional character of this name, see Stan Lee (Judge Dredd character). ... Jack Kirby (born Jacob Kurtzberg, August 28, 1917 – February 6, 1994) was one of the most influential, recognizable, and prolific artists in American comic books, and the co-creator of such enduring characters and popular culture icons as the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, the Hulk, Captain America, and hundreds... Red Skull is the name of three Marvel Comics supervillains who are enemies of Captain America, other superheroes, and the United States in general. ... Baron Wolfgang von Strucker is a fictional character created for Marvel Comics by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, first appearing in Sgt. ... Viper a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe who is a foe of the Avengers and the X-Men. ... The Kingpin (Wilson Fisk) is a fictional character, a Marvel Comics villain who has battled many Marvel crime-fighters; most often Spider-Man, Daredevil and The Punisher. ... Silvermane is a fictional Marvel Comics character. ... Viper a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe who is a foe of the Avengers and the X-Men. ... Many organizations that are accused of being a terrorist organization deny using terrorism as a military tactic to achieve their goals, and there is no international consensus on the bureaucratic definition of terrorism. ... This article is about the shared universe setting used by many Marvel Comics titles. ... Strange Tales was the name of several comic book anthology series that have been published by Marvel Comics. ... S.H.I.E.L.D. (originally an acronym for Supreme Headquarters, International Espionage, Law-Enforcement Division, changed in 1991 to Strategic Hazard Intervention, Espionage and Logistics Directorate) is a fictional counterterrorism and intelligence agency in the Marvel Universe that often deals with superhuman threats. ... Baron Wolfgang von Strucker is a fictional character created for Marvel Comics by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, first appearing in Sgt. ... Nazism in history Nazi ideology Nazism and race Outside Germany Related subjects Lists Politics Portal         Nazism or National Socialism (German: Nationalsozialismus), refers primarily to the ideology and practices of the Nazi Party (National Socialist German Workers Party, German: Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei or NSDAP) under Adolf Hitler. ... Red Skull is the name of three Marvel Comics supervillains who are enemies of Captain America, other superheroes, and the United States in general. ... Retroactive continuity – commonly contracted to the portmanteau word retcon – refers to the act of changing previously established details of a fictional setting, often without providing an explanation for the changes within the context of that setting. ... A.I.M., or Advanced Idea Mechanics, is a fictional group in the Marvel Universe. ... The Secret Empire is a fictional organization in the Marvel Universe. ...


Despite the name's capitalization per Marvel's official spelling, the name is not an acronym but rather a reference to the mythical Lernaean Hydra. The organization's motto references the myth of the Hydra, proclaiming that if a head is cut off, two more will take its place, proclaiming their resilience and growing strength in the face of resistance. HYDRA agents often wear distinctive green garb featuring a serpent motif. Look up acronym, initialism, alphabetism in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... The 16th-century German illustrator has been influenced by the Beast of Revelation in his depiction of the Hydra. ...

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Organization

HYDRA is a criminal organization dedicated to the achievement of global domination through terrorist and subversive activities on various fronts, resulting in a new fascist world order. Its extent of operations is worldwide, always attempting to elude the ongoing counter-espionage operations by S.H.I.E.L.D. HYDRA is funded by Baron Strucker's personal fortune, based on his recovered horde of Nazi treasure from World War II, and funds established by the original leaders of the Japanese secret society that became HYDRA.


The organization is run with behind-the-scenes direction by Baron Strucker, alias Supreme Hydra. Under him is a central ruling committee; under them are individual division chiefs, and under them are the rank and file members and special agents.


In order to become a member of HYDRA, an individual must be a legal adult willing to submit to a thorough investigation of the applicant's personal background and to swear a death-oath of loyalty to HYDRA and its principles.


Technology

HYDRA's level of technology is as highly advanced as that of any on Earth, based in part on technology of the alien Gnobians discovered by Baron von Strucker in 1944. HYDRA uses various advanced experimental vehicles and devices in its activities, and various conventional military vehicles, seacraft, aircraft, pistols and standard concussive force blasters, and conventional communications equipment.


HYDRA personnel are issued cowled jumpsuits, which have included a number of designs over the years. Originally, the jumpsuits were green with a yellow H design, and later incorporated a red and brown color scheme, but in time were changed back to green with a serpent motif.


History

HYDRA's history as presently depicted in Marvel Universe continuity is a long, tumultuous and convoluted one, spanning the decades from the end of the Second World War up to the present day, tied directly to surviving fugitive members of governments of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan. This article is about the shared universe setting used by many Marvel Comics titles. ... Combatants Allied powers: China France Great Britain Soviet Union United States and others Axis powers: Germany Italy Japan and others Commanders Chiang Kai-shek Charles de Gaulle Winston Churchill Joseph Stalin Franklin Roosevelt Adolf Hitler Benito Mussolini Hideki Tōjō Casualties Military dead: 17,000,000 Civilian dead: 33,000... Nazi Germany, or the Third Reich, commonly refers to Germany in the years 1933–1945, when it was under the firm control of the totalitarian and fascist ideology of the Nazi Party, with the Führer Adolf Hitler as dictator. ...


Shortly upon joining the original HYDRA, Von Strucker seized control of the organization from its Japanese founders, Strucker moved HYDRA's operations to a private island in the Pacific, named Hydra Island. The original HYDRA Island was invaded by the Leatherneck Raiders and the Japanese Samurai Squad, and the base was destroyed.[1] Strucker slowly steered the organization towards the goal of conquering Earth. That campaign brought him into conflict with Charles Xavier and the future Magneto among others, and once HYDRA became more brazenly public in its operations, eventually led to the creation of the original agency known as S.H.I.E.L.D. specifically to counter HYDRA's threat to world security. After apparently assassinating S.H.I.E.L.D.'s first executive director, Nick Fury was appointed as executive director. HYDRA agents attempted to assassinate Nick Fury before his appointment as S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Director, but failed.[2] The Leatherneck Raiders was a fictional organization in the Marvel Universe. ... This article is about Earth as a planet. ... Charles Francis Xavier, also known as Professor X, is a fictional Marvel Comics superhero, known as the leader and founder of the X-Men. ... Magneto (Eric Magnus Lensherr) is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. ... S.H.I.E.L.D. (originally an acronym for Supreme Headquarters, International Espionage, Law-Enforcement Division, changed in 1991 to Strategic Hazard Intervention, Espionage and Logistics Directorate) is a fictional counterterrorism and intelligence agency in the Marvel Universe that often deals with superhuman threats. ... For the French hip hop artist, see Nikkfurie. ...


This decision, after several HYDRA campaigns including the failure of the world blackmail attempt using the Betatron Vomb, the creation of the Overkill Horn (designed to detonate all nuclear explosives worldwide), and the bio-engineered "Death-Spore" Bomb, led directly to von Strucker's first death at the hands of Fury and several deceived HYDRA operatives. In the wake of von Strucker's first death, the surviving elements of HYDRA broke into factions that each adopted its own reorganized modus operandi. Several of these factions developed "super-agents" that would occasionally break away in turn to become freelance operatives, or, in some rarer cases, superheroes such as the first Spider-Woman. Von Strucker was eventually revived and reunited several of the HYDRA factions under his leadership to renew his campaign against S.H.I.E.L.D. and humanity for several more years. For other uses, see Superhero (disambiguation). ... Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew) is a superheroine, a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. ...


Despite his reorganization of the group, various independent HYDRA factions continue to operate around the Marvel Universe, and a HYDRA Civil War would later result. While Baron Helmut Zemo had Strucker placed in stasis for his own ends, Gorgon and Strucker's second wife Elsbeth von Strucker mystically created a clone of Strucker who they set up to fail, allowing for a public execution of him, after which — as part of an alliance with the Hand, they utilized an army of brainwashed superheroes and supervillains, including Northstar and Elektra to launch a massive assault on S.H.I.E.L.D. The assault was ultimately repelled and Wolverine would kill Gorgon. Baron Zemo is the name of two fictional characters, both supervillains, in various Marvel Comics comic books, notably Captain America and the Avengers. ... Gorgon is the name of two fictional superhumans from the Marvel Comics Universe. ... The Hand is a group of fictional supervillains in the Marvel Comics universe. ... For other uses, see Superhero (disambiguation). ... Doctor Doom, one of the most archetypal supervillains and his arch-enemies The Fantastic Four (in background). ... The fictional character Northstar (born Jean-Paul Beaubier, formerly Jean-Paul Martin) is a Marvel Comics superhero, a member of Alpha Flight and the X-Men. ... Elektra Natchios, usually known only by her first name Elektra, is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. ... For other uses, see Wolverine (disambiguation). ...

HYDRA's army of brainwashed villains and heroes about to attack the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier Blackhawk.

HYDRA later planned an all out attack on the United States by smuggling missiles into New York for use in a planned bio-weapon assault on the Ogallala Aquifer. They formed a distraction through using a team that had the duplicated powers of several Avengers (Iron Man, Captain America and former Avengers Thor and Hawkeye) but were inevitably foiled by Spider-Man and the other New Avengers. Image File history File links Download high resolution version (1024x768, 1609 KB) Summary Northstar and Elektra at the head of a legion of HYDRA-brainwashed supervillains and superheroes. ... Image File history File links Download high resolution version (1024x768, 1609 KB) Summary Northstar and Elektra at the head of a legion of HYDRA-brainwashed supervillains and superheroes. ... The Helicarrier, an aircraft carrier specifically designed to be itself capable of independent powered flight in addition to the conventional functions of aircraft carriers, is the signature capital ship of the fictional intelligence/defence agency S.H.I.E.L.D., usually shown in Marvel Comics-published comic book magazines. ... The Ogallala aquifer underlies portions of eight states. ... This article is about the comic book character. ... This article is about the comic book superhero Captain America. ... Thor (often called The Mighty Thor) is a superhero appearing in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Hawkeye (Clint Barton) is a fictional Marvel Comics superhero, a longtime member of the Avengers. ... For the unrelated TV show, see The New Avengers. ...


When Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew) was captured by S.H.I.E.L.D. during Civil War, HYDRA stormed the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier and freed her. Spider-Woman, a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and member of the Avengers, had been working for HYDRA under the orders of Nick Fury, deposed as Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. following the events of Secret War, whom she was still loyal to. HYDRA revealed that they knew of her betrayal and wanted her to replace Viper as their current leader, for she was unstable. Spider-Woman refused their offer, destroying the HYDRA base she had been taken to in an explosion. Civil War is a 2006-2007 Marvel Comics crossover event built around a seven-issue limited series of the same name written by Mark Millar, and penciled by Steve McNiven. ... The Helicarrier, an aircraft carrier specifically designed to be itself capable of independent powered flight in addition to the conventional functions of aircraft carriers, is the signature capital ship of the fictional intelligence/defence agency S.H.I.E.L.D., usually shown in Marvel Comics-published comic book magazines. ... The Avengers are a superhero team that appear in the fictional Marvel Universe. ... Secret War is a five-issue comic book limited series published by Marvel Comics. ... Viper a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe who is a foe of the Avengers and the X-Men. ...


Membership

The following characters have worked for HYDRA:

  • Baron Wolfgang von Strucker - Supreme Hydra - revealed in Strange Tales #150 (Nov 1966)
  • Werner von Strucker - Eldest son of Wolfgang (deceased)
  • Arnold Brown - Imperial Hydra (figurehead) (deceased) - First appeared in Strange Tales #135 (Aug 1965)
  • Laura Brown - Special Hydra Agent H (later G) - First appeared in Strange Tales #135 (Aug 1965)
  • Mentallo - Special Agent, HYDRA fragment - First appeared in Strange Tales #141 (Feb 1966)
  • The Fixer - Special Agent, HYDRA fragment - First appeared in Strange Tales #141 (Feb 1966)
  • Anton Trojak - Annil-Agent, 47, Scientist (deceased) - First appeared in Strange Tales #155 (Apr 1967)
  • Robert Rickard - HYDRA Agent U (deceased) - First appeared in Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #12 (May 1969)
  • Karl Kraus - Double Agent for HYDRA - First appeared in Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #14 (Sep 1969)
  • Number 72 - Leader of HYDRA fragment - First appeared in Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #14 (Sep 1969)
  • Zach Wood - Leader of Orlando HYDRA - First appeared in Captain America #110 (Feb 1969)
  • Madame Hydra - Leader of New York City HYDRA - First appeared in Captain America #110 (Feb 1969)
  • Richard Fisk - "Supreme Hydra" of Las Vegas HYDRA fragment - First appeared as HYDRA member in Captain America #145 (Jan 1972)
  • Kingpin - Actual director of Las Vegas HYDRA - First appeared as HYDRA leader in Captain America #147 (Mar 1972)
  • Red Skull - True leader of Las Vegas HYDRA - Revealed as HYDRA leader in Captain America #148 (Apr 1972)
  • Chameleon - Sometime HYDRA employee - Worked for HYDRA in Incredible Hulk #154 (Aug 1972)
  • Silvermane - "Supreme Hydra" of East Coast - First appears as HYDRA leader in Daredevil #120 (Apr 1975)
  • Blackwing - Air Action Division Leader, East Coast - First appeared in Daredevil #118 (Feb 1975)
  • Jackhammer - Engineer Corps leader, East Coast - First appeared in Daredevil #123 (Jul 1975)
  • El Jaguar - Commando Division Leader, East (deceased) - First appeared in Daredevil #120 (Apr 1975)
  • Commander Kraken - Naval Action Division Leader, East (deceased) - First pictured as HYDRA leader in Daredevil #121 (May 1975)
  • The Fox - Administration Division Leader, East - First appeared in Strange Tales Annual #2 (Sep 1963)
  • Man-Killer - Assassins Division Leader, East - First appeared as HYDRA leader in Daredevil #123 (Jul 1975)
  • Space Phantom - Revealed as HYDRA leader in Avengers #106 (Dec 1972)
  • Grim Reaper - Self-Appointed Head, New York HYDRA fragment - Revealed as HYDRA leader in Avengers #106 (Dec 1972)
  • Bull's Eye - Hired assassin employed by HYDRA - First appeared in Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #15 (Nov 1969)
  • Count Otto Vermis - Leader of European HYDRA fragment (deceased) - First appeared in Marvel Spotlight #32 (Feb 1977)
  • Spider-Woman I - Special Agent - First appeared in Marvel Spotlight #32 (Feb 1977)
  • Jared Kurtz - HYDRA Agent, Europe - First appeared in Marvel Spotlight #32 (Feb 1977)
  • William Darvin - Agent of Corporate HYDRA (deceased) - First appeared in Team America #1 (Jun 1982)
  • James Winderfield - Part-time Agent, Corporate HYDRA - First appeared in Team America #11 (Apr 1983)
  • Nancy Winderfield - Part-time Agent, Corporate HYDRA - First appeared in Team America #11 (Apr 1983)
  • Elsie Carson - Former Southwestern U.S. Regional Field Director, Corporate HYDRA - First appeared in Team America #11 (Apr 1983)
  • Ralph Sanzetti - Assassin, Corporate HYDRA (deceased) - First appeared in Team America #12 (May 1983)
  • George Fistal
  • Madame HYDRA II
  • Crippler
  • Sathan (deceased)
  • Ron Takimoto (deceased)
  • Lieutenant Cassandra Romulus
  • Lieutenant Guillotine
  • Agent Dakini
  • Lieutenant Garrotte
  • Lieutenant Saltz
  • Sergeant Batrel
  • S.H.I.E.L.D. Super-Agents (Knockabout, Psi-Borg, Violence, Ivory)
  • Bob, Agent of HYDRA - Agent of HYDRA - First appeared in Cable & Deadpool #38 (2007)
  • Congressman Woodman - Commander of Washington D.C. Branch of HYDRA - First appeared in The Avengers: The Initiative (2007)
  • Elliot Kohl - First appeared in She-Hulk #7, June 2006. Soldier, now imprisoned.

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The Avengers: United They Stand

HYDRA makes an appearance in the second issue of the comic book based on the animated television series The Avengers.


Exiles

Another alternate version of HYDRA appears throughout Exiles #91-94, where they are well underway with their plan to take over the world. This version is being led by Madame Hydra (Sue Storm, the Invisible Woman in the regular Marvel universe) and her lover, Wolverine. Various other superhumans, including Captain America (now Captain Hydra) and Slaymaster, are agents of HYDRA in this world. The Exiles are a group of fictional comic book characters from Marvel Comics. ... Invisible Girl redirects here. ... Slaymaster is a fictional comic book character from Marvel Comicss Captain Britain series. ...


In other media

The Incredible Hulk and She-Hulk battle HYDRA's forces in an episode of The Incredible Hulk. Incredible Hulk, The Hulk and The Incredible Hulk redirect here. ... She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters) is a Marvel Comics superheroine. ... The Incredible Hulk was an American animated television series based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. ...


HYDRA also appears in the television movie Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., with black Men in Black-type suits, rather than the green uniform from the comics. “Telefilm” redirects here. ... The Men in Black - first issue. ...


They also appeared in X-Men: Evolution, where they were behind the creation of X-23 from Wolverine's DNA. Omega Red and Gauntlet are shown as mercenaries working for HYDRA. X-Men: Evolution is an animated series containing the original cast of X-Men, mostly depicted as teenagers and some as adults. ... For information on the experimental aircraft, see X-23 PRIME. X-23 (Laura Kinney) is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. ... For other uses, see Wolverine (disambiguation). ... Omega Red (Arkady Rossovich) is a comic book supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe and a foe of the X-Men. ... Gauntlet is a fictional supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe. ...


HYDRA also appears in X-Men: The Official Game. In the game, HYDRA is partially responsible for the creation of the Master Mold and Sentinel robots alongside William Stryker. Under orders of their leader, Silver Samurai, HYDRA infiltrates Stryker's base to remove all evidence and Sentinel equipment, and by accident, activated the Master Mold. This version of HYDRA seems to take the place of the ninja organization the Hand in the X-Men movie continuity, as the Hand have already appeared in the Elektra movie. Master Mold is a fictional character, a robot supervillain in the Marvel Universe. ... The Sentinels are fictional robots in the Marvel Comics Universe. ... William Stryker is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe, an enemy of the X-Men. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Elektra is a 2005 action movie directed by Rob Bowman. ...


Some HYDRA agents appear at the beginning of the movie Ultimate Avengers 2, fighting against Captain America. After Cap defeats most of the agents, two of them try to escape in a van. Cap throws his shield, which slices clean through the van back-to-front, and causing it to skid out of control. The van crashes into a tank of some sort of chemicals, which then burst open, showering the van. The van melts, along with both HYDRA agents. Ultimate Avengers 2 (also known as Ultimate Avengers 2: Rise of the Panther) is the sequel to Ultimate Avengers. ... This article is about the comic book superhero Captain America. ...


References

  1. ^ Captain Savage and his Leatherneck Raiders #2-4
  2. ^ Strange Tales Vol. 1 #135

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