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|~ Havok giving Hank his superhero name before the Cuba mission.|
Alexander Summers, alias Havok is a character from the X-Men Movies.
X-Men: First Class
He was a mutant who was placed in prison for killing the man who had abducted him and his sister. In 1962 his release was arranged by Charles Xavier and Erik Lehnsherr in order for him to join the team of mutant peacekeepers they were forming for the CIA. The warden cautioned them about putting him with others in a group, as Alex was the only prisoner he'd known to actually prefer solitary confinement.
While bonding with Xavier's other recruits, the secret CIA facility where they were staying was attacked by the Hellfire Club. Their leader, Sebastian Shaw, encouraged them to join him in overthrowing humanity. Angel Salvatore accepted the offer, and when Alex attempted to hit Shaw with his energy waves, Shaw absorbed the blast and used the energy to murder the mutant Darwin.
X-Men: Days of Future Past
Alex is a man scared of the damage his powers might do to others, not dissimilar to his younger brother, Scott Summers, while Alex can come across as a bully he ultimately cares about his teammates, Alex is also deeply loyal to Charles Xavier even years after not longer being his student. While his younger brother, Scott can annoy him with his immature attitude, Alex loves his brother and believes he would do great things in his life.
Powers, Abilities & Weaknesses
- Ergogenesis: Havok can generate, create and project several different types of energy, particularly bright red cosmic energy from both his hands or his entire body.
- Ergokinesis: Havok can manipulate several different types of energy, particularly cosmic energy. Normally when he uses his powers, the rings travel in all directions and burn down everything around him, but he was later given a device to charge his powers into a straight line. By the events of X-Men: Days of Future Past, he is now completely in control of his cosmic energy and is able to fire the red energy into a small ball, that knocked Stryker across the room without burning him.
- Energy Absorption: Havok can absorb several different types of energy, particularly cosmic energy. He can also discharge it as his own.
- Superhuman Immunity: Due to Havok's energy absorption powers, he is immune to any mutant with similar energy-based powers.
- Energy Blasts: Havok can shoot bright red energy blasts from both his hands or his chest.
- Skilled Combatant: As a former soldier of the Vietnam war, Havok is a skilled hand-to-hand combatant.
- Lack of Control: Initially, Havok could not control his cosmic energy, as it had a tendency to shoot out in multiple directions simultaneously when he tried aiming it precisely. However, by the events of X-Men: Days of Future Past, he now has complete control over his cosmic energy.
- When Magneto is retrieving his helmet from the Department of Defense, you can see Havok's damaged X-Men uniform.