Omega (Marvel Comics)
Omega Publication information Publisher Marvel Comics First appearance Fantastic Four #131 (Feb 1973) Created by Roy Thomas and Ross Andru
Omega is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.
The character subsequently appears in Marvel Team-Up #11 (July 1973), Avengers #127 (September 1974), Fantastic Four #150 (September 1974), and Avengers #20 (September 1999).
Fictional character biography
Omega is a gigantic humanoid creation of Maximus which draws upon psionic power from the racial hatred of the Inhumans towards the Alpha Primitives, and converts that power into strength.[volume & issue needed]
Later, Ultron betrayed Maximus and placed his computer-mind within an enlarged adamantium head and transplanted it atop Omega's body. In this form, Ultron attacked the Avengers, Fantastic Four, and Inhumans. This continued until it was shut down by Franklin Richards.[volume & issue needed]
- ^ Avengers vol. 1 #127
- Omega at the Appendix to the Handbook of the Marvel Universe
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