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Havok Alexander " Alex " Summers is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics , commonly in association with the X-Men. He first appears in Uncanny X-Men No. Havok generates powerful "plasma blasts", an ability he has had difficulty controlling. One of the sons of Corsair , he is the younger brother of the X-Men's Cyclops , and the older brother of Vulcan.
He often resents Cyclops' authoritarian attitude and reputation as a model member of the X-Men. In contrast, Havok and his longtime love interest Polaris have had a love-hate relationship with the team, often finding themselves roped into it.
Both were also members of the s-era Pentagon -sponsored mutant team X-Factor. After X-Factor disbanded, Havok starred in Mutant X , a series in which he explored a strange alternate reality. He has since returned to the X-Men, later taking over his father's role as leader of the Starjammers to bring Vulcan's reign over the Shi'ar to an end.
Till returned as Havok in the film, X-Men: Days of Future Past , and reprised the role again in film, X-Men: He is typically portrayed as struggling under the shadow of his more esteemed brother. In the relaunch of Marvel comic books, Havok will be leading a team called the Uncanny Avengers, a mix of the X-Men and the Avengers teams. Alexander Summers was born in Honolulu, Hawaii.
When Alex was a boy growing up in Anchorage , Alaska, United States, his father took the family for a flight in their airplane, which came under attack by a Shi'ar spaceship. As the plane caught fire and was crashing, his parents fastened Alex and his brother Scott into a parachute and pushed them off the plane in hopes that they would survive.
His brother hit his head and was in a coma for a short while. The Summers boys were recovered and put into an orphanage and Alex was soon adopted though Scott remained there for much of his childhood. Alex was raised by the Blandings whose son Todd had died in a car accident. When the boy responsible for Todd's death kidnapped Alex and his foster sister, Haley, Alex manifested his powers for the first time, incinerating the boy. Mister Sinister , an evil geneticist who was obsessed with the Summers bloodline, appeared eager yet surprised that Alex's potential exceeded Scott's — despite the fact that he seemed to lack control over his gift.
Sinister placed psi-blocks on both Alex and Haley's minds, causing them to forget what had happened that night. Alex went on to study and earn a degree in geophysics at college. There he first met the original X-Men , and learned that Cyclops is his brother. His mutant powers became apparent when he was kidnapped by the Living Pharaoh , who declared Alex the only being able to rival his power. The two shared the same cosmic energy-absorption abilities, in reverse proportion to each other.
By locking Alex in a shielded cell, the Pharaoh was able to absorb enough cosmic energy to become the Living Monolith. The X-Men fought a losing battle against the virtually unstoppable Monolith, until Alex managed to free himself, and the Monolith turned back into the Living Pharaoh. Alex's mutant power at first seemed to manifest itself only when he was near death. He was unable to control it, and feared its immense power. Alex was later captured by Larry Trask and his Sentinels , who were bent on controlling or eradicating all mutants.
Trask fashioned a costume for Alex that would help him control his powers and Alex was given the code name Havok. Trask turned out to be a mutant himself and the Sentinels were defeated by the X-Men.
Havok lost control of his powers, however, and his excess energy was absorbed by Sauron. Havok then gained control of his powers. During this time, the couple fell in love. Havok and Polaris were occasional members and allies of the X-Men for years. They alternated between doing graduate work and earning a postgraduate degree in the American Southwest — where they occasionally encountered the Hulk — and helping out Moira MacTaggert at her facility for genetic research on Muir Island , off the coast of Scotland.
Eventually, Alex learned that Corsair of the Starjammers was really his father. During one of their adventures, Polaris was possessed by the mutant Marauder Malice , ending the romantic relationship for a time. Havok then sought out and rejoined the X-Men. During this period, Havok became involved with Madelyne Pryor.
Both of them had been rejected by their previous lovers: Pryor's then-husband Cyclops had left her for Jean Grey. Madelyne was manipulated by N'astirh and became the Goblin Queen.
She attempted to use Havok to help take over the world and transform it into a demonic realm. Havok eventually came to his senses and Madelyne killed herself after discovering she was a clone of Jean Grey. Havok befriended Wolverine and others, then they shared adventures. While they were vacationing in Mexico, they were targeted by a terrorist cell. They defeated the cell, but were fooled by a damsel in distress who was actually a member of the terrorist group.
Havok woke up in a hospital, in the care of nurse Scarlett McKenzie, the assassin without disguise. She manipulated Havok and made him fall in love with her. Scarlett was working for the Russian terrorists, Dr. Having previously failed to charge up Meltdown's superpowers with the energy released from Chernobyl nuclear disaster, they wanted to use Havok as a conduit to channel the energy of an atomic reactor into Meltdown. Scarlett fed Havok with false information that terrorists were trying to sabotage a nuclear power station.
When he ventured into the heart of the reactor, he found it reaching critical limit. According to plan, Havok tried to absorb the dangerous radiation; however, when he witnessed Meltdown killing Scarlett, he unleashed the energy into Meltdown bringing him up to full power. Wolverine arrived and prevented a full disaster by battling with Meltdown, while Havok continued to absorb energy from the reactor, still on the verge of explosion. Wolverine killed Meltdown by penetrating his body with multiple control rods that slowed down the nuclear reactions raging within him, and Havok redirected the nuclear radiation into space.
Havok defeated Plasma and the Trackers. Havok ultimately went through the Siege Perilous with several other X-Men fleeing the Reavers , the cyborg hunters.
He became a high-ranking Magistrate in the Genoshan army. Havok and Wolfsbane however were soon brought back from Genosha by Professor X and Cyclops as they wanted him to become the leader of the new government-sponsored X-Factor.
He dealt with the unwilling, unwitting affections of Wolfsbane, the physical problems of Strong Guy and various public relations disasters, such as the destruction of the Washington Monument. What Alex drank had been water. Havok and X-Factor were called on to subvert a civil war aggravated by the Pantheon.
In this instance, Alex physically challenged the Hulk. He soaked up the various energies that fuel Hulk and used them to bolster his plasma blasts, thereby gaining an advantage.
It was the second time Havok had beaten the Hulk. During this time, Havok's team participated in the events of the Infinity War and the Infinity Crusade. Alex and Strong Guy participated the most in far reaching, reality altering cosmic battles. Multiple Man had contracted the Legacy Virus in Genosha and later chose to undergo a seemingly mystical healing effort. He left the team for Hawaii, where he and Polaris enjoyed a romantic honeymoon until Malice, Mr.
Sinister and The Nasty Boys showed up. After the Age of Apocalypse event, Havok accidentally destroyed a dam and was forced back into his old containment suit. He was brainwashed into serving Dark Beast and Onslaught.
He broke free of the brainwashing, but used it as an opportunity to infiltrate the enemy and recreated a version of the Brotherhood of Mutants. He succeeded in defeating Dark Beast and attempted to mend fences with his former X-Factor teammates, specifically Polaris and Multiple Man the man who had died had been a Madrox duplicate.
While Havok was attempting to reform X-Factor, one of his time-traveling team members, Greystone , created an experimental time travel device to return him to the future. It exploded in mid-air, seemingly killing Havok and Greystone in front of their teammates. In actuality, Havok was cast into a parallel world where he was the leader of a drastically altered version of X-Factor, known as The Six. He found he was married to Madelyne Pryor, with whom he had a son named Scotty, and all his friends were twisted versions of the ones he knew.
Despite being unfamiliar with this realm, Havok willingly took over the role of father for Scotty, though the boy knew he was not really his dad. Havok is able to save the world itself before being cast into black nothingness. However, Havok was found back in the original reality in a coma. The X-Men were able to restore his psyche with the help of the son of Havok's nurse, Annie Ghazikhanian.
When he was reunited with Polaris, she asked him to marry her, to which he did not respond. Beast immediately congratulated them, and Havok said nothing further. Likely he felt he should want to marry Lorna, but did not love her as he had before. In their dreams Havok and Annie fell in love, unknown to Alex but not Annie. Before his wedding Scott tested Alex's resolve by hiring a shapeshifter to morph into Annie, something that disturbed Alex very deeply.
The night before the wedding, Alex had a dream convincing him that he now loved Annie. During the wedding Alex stopped the proceedings and called off the marriage. Lorna, already affected by the incident at Genosha , tried to kill Annie and Carter, only to be stopped by Juggernaut and Havok. Alex revealed to Annie that it was Carter who linked the two due to their loneliness and that Alex loved her.
Despite the fact that Iceman had started a relationship with Annie, he expressed his feelings for Lorna. Havok and Annie's relationship continued until an impending attack on the X-Mansion at the hands of a new Brotherhood of Mutants led by Exodus.
This caused Annie to leave Havok and take her son away from the X-Men feeling it was no longer safe for the two to live at the mansion. She wanted Alex to come with them, but his duty was to his team, so mother and son left for parts unknown.