Publication Date: 
17th Apr 2023
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Real name

Hera Argeia


Hera Panhellenios,
Juno (Roman name),
Augustine Jones,
Taylor Madison
(impersonated briefly)






5' 10"


435 lbs.

First appearance

Marvel Mystery Comics #91,
(as Juno)
Thor (1st series) #129
(Modern debut, as Hera)

Known relatives

Large extended family, too many to list,
particularly through her grandmother,
Notable relatives below:

Cronus (father), Rhea (mother),
Gaea (grandmother), Ouranos
Zeus (brother/husband),
Poseidon, Hades (brothers),
Demeter, Hestia (sisters), Ares, Hephaestus (sons), Hebe, Eris (daughters), Cupid, Deimos, Phobos, Diomedes, Drakon Ismenios, Kyknos, Alexander Aaron (grandsons), Hippolyta (granddaughter),
Hercules, Apollo, Hermes, Dionysus (stepsons/nephews),
Aphrodite, Artemis, Athena, Persephone (stepdaughters/nieces),
Typhon (uncle), Narya / Snowbird (cousin), Thor Odinson (uncle)


Goddess of Childbirth and Marriage, Queen of Olympus, CEO

Group affiliation

Olympian gods, Olympus Group, Council of Godheads


• Olympian Goddess imbued with superhuman strength, speed, endurance, resistance to physical injury, regenerative capabilities, and immortality, empowered by the faith of her worshippers -- able to sense them and their prayers remotely -- and wield magic and enchantment for blasts eldritch flame, force fields, telekinesis and animation of matter, altering her appearance or crafting other illusions, levitation, hiding from mortal perceptions, dimensional travel (particularly between Earth and Olympus), feats of telepathy, scrying and prophecy (often conducted through a watery medium), and even reanimating the dead
• Temporarily possessed her husband's “divine thunderbolt”, enabling her to summon electricity, projecting blasts from her hands or evoking thunderstorms to call down lightning