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|title = Hulkling
 
|title = Hulkling
|image = Theodore_Altman_(Earth-616)_007.jpg
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|imagecaption = "Listen. Just look at me. Here, my eyes. No one else. Focus on me."
 
|imagecaption = "Listen. Just look at me. Here, my eyes. No one else. Focus on me."
 
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'''Teddy Altman''', also known as '''Hulkling''', is a character from '''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marvel_Comics Marvel Comics]'''. He made his series debut in ''[[House of M]]''.
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'''Theodore Altman''', also known as '''Hulkling''', is a character from '''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marvel_Comics Marvel Comics]'''. He made his series debut in ''[[House of M]]''.
   
 
== Canon ==
 
== Canon ==
During the Kree-Skrull War, Mar-Vell was kidnapped by the Skrull emperor Dorrek VII. During this time, Dorrek's daughter Anelle had an affair with Mar-Vell and conceived a child. She sent her off with Mrs. Altman and asked her to raise the boy herself, posing as a middle-aged woman working in real-estate.
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Teddy is a character from Marvel Comics, prominently as a member of the Young Avengers, wherein he appears under the moniker of "Hulkling."
   
At some point, Teddy was scouted to join the Young Avengers and began dating Billy Kaplan.
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While initially believed to be related to the Hulk, Teddy is actually a part of the alien Skrull race. During the Kree-Skrull War, the Kree superhero Mar-Vell, then known as Captain Marvel, was kidnapped by the Skrull emperor Dorrek VII. During this time, Dorrek's daughter Anelle had an affair with Mar-Vell and conceived a child. The child was sent off with the nursemaid to live on Earth, the latter posing as a human named Mrs. Altman who worked in real estate.
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Quickly taking to his powers, as he initially thought he was a mutant, Teddy was scouted to join the Young Avengers at the end of his formative years and began dating Billy Kaplan shortly thereafter.
   
 
== Pre-Convergence ==
 
== Pre-Convergence ==
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He was a prominent figure in the event, helping the group in their escape attempts.
 
He was a prominent figure in the event, helping the group in their escape attempts.
   
== Epilogue(s) ==
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Teddy was present when Billy came back from the [[Utopian Parallel]], where he gave Billy a kiss in the end. He later held Billy as [[Byakuya Togami]] explained what Billy's purpose was, and later returned to his home world with Billy.
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Teddy was there when Billy came back from the [[Utopian Parallel]], where he gave Billy a kiss. He later held Billy as [[Byakuya Togami]] explained what Billy's purpose was, and later returned to his home world with Billy.
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== Gallery ==
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<gallery widths="150" position="center" captionalign="center">
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Theodore_Altman_(Earth-616)_007.jpg|Teddy in his disguised human form.
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</gallery>
   
 
== Character Relationships ==
 
== Character Relationships ==
 
* ''[[Billy Kaplan]]'' - A character from '''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marvel_Comics Marvel Comics]''' who made his debut in ''[[Monokuma's Awakening]]''. Billy is Teddy's long-term boyfriend and recent fiance. The two were on the Young Avengers before the group split, and have a very close relationship.
 
* ''[[Billy Kaplan]]'' - A character from '''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marvel_Comics Marvel Comics]''' who made his debut in ''[[Monokuma's Awakening]]''. Billy is Teddy's long-term boyfriend and recent fiance. The two were on the Young Avengers before the group split, and have a very close relationship.
* ''[[Wanda Maximoff (β)|Wanda Maximoff]]'' - A character from '''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marvel_Comics Marvel Comics]''' who also made her debut in ''Monokuma's Awakening''. Teddy had a close enough relationship with Wanda for her to invite him to her dinner party.
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* ''[[Wanda Maximoff (β)|Wanda Maximoff]]'' - A character from '''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marvel_Comics Marvel Comics]''' who also made her debut in ''Monokuma's Awakening''. Teddy had a close enough relationship with Wanda through Billy for her to invite him to her dinner party.
 
* ''Nancy Wheeler'' - A character from '''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stranger_Things Stranger Things]''' who debuted in ''[[House of M]]''. While Nancy was in her distressed state at the beginning of the Eveline Incident, Teddy attempted to calm Nancy down.
 
* ''Nancy Wheeler'' - A character from '''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stranger_Things Stranger Things]''' who debuted in ''[[House of M]]''. While Nancy was in her distressed state at the beginning of the Eveline Incident, Teddy attempted to calm Nancy down.
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
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* Teddy enjoys '''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Game_of_Thrones Game of Thrones]'''. His favorite character in it is Tyrion Lannister.
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* He also enjoys [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pok%C3%A9mon '''Pokémon'''].
 
[[Category:Characters]]
 
[[Category:Characters]]
 
[[Category:House of M]]
 
[[Category:House of M]]

Latest revision as of 05:30, July 31, 2020

Hulkling
Hulkling
"Listen. Just look at me. Here, my eyes. No one else. Focus on me."
Canon Marvel Comics
Involved in... (Main)

House of M

Role(s) NPC
Affiliation Independent
Current Status Alive
Age 19
Origin Tarnax IV
Occupation Superhero

Theodore Altman, also known as Hulkling, is a character from Marvel Comics. He made his series debut in House of M.

Canon Edit

Teddy is a character from Marvel Comics, prominently as a member of the Young Avengers, wherein he appears under the moniker of "Hulkling."

While initially believed to be related to the Hulk, Teddy is actually a part of the alien Skrull race. During the Kree-Skrull War, the Kree superhero Mar-Vell, then known as Captain Marvel, was kidnapped by the Skrull emperor Dorrek VII. During this time, Dorrek's daughter Anelle had an affair with Mar-Vell and conceived a child. The child was sent off with the nursemaid to live on Earth, the latter posing as a human named Mrs. Altman who worked in real estate.

Quickly taking to his powers, as he initially thought he was a mutant, Teddy was scouted to join the Young Avengers at the end of his formative years and began dating Billy Kaplan shortly thereafter.

Pre-Convergence Edit

It is unknown what Teddy was doing prior to his involvement in the Eveline Incident, but it is presumed that he was living his normal, everyday life before he got an invitation to a dinner party, and accepted it.

Plot Involvement Edit

House of MEdit

Teddy was invited to Wanda Maximoff's dinner party alongside the rest of the Survivors. He attempted to calm down Nancy Wheeler alongside Tommy Shepherd and later investigated alongside Rant T. Mouse.

Following the start of Lucas Baker's game, and the death of Billy Kaplan, Teddy got infuriated at Raven Darkholme and Shen for indirectly being responsible for Billy's death, however, Steve Rogers calmed him down.

He was a prominent figure in the event, helping the group in their escape attempts.

Teddy was present when Billy came back from the Utopian Parallel, where he gave Billy a kiss in the end. He later held Billy as Byakuya Togami explained what Billy's purpose was, and later returned to his home world with Billy.

Gallery Edit

Character Relationships Edit

  • Billy Kaplan - A character from Marvel Comics who made his debut in Monokuma's Awakening. Billy is Teddy's long-term boyfriend and recent fiance. The two were on the Young Avengers before the group split, and have a very close relationship.
  • Wanda Maximoff - A character from Marvel Comics who also made her debut in Monokuma's Awakening. Teddy had a close enough relationship with Wanda through Billy for her to invite him to her dinner party.
  • Nancy Wheeler - A character from Stranger Things who debuted in House of M. While Nancy was in her distressed state at the beginning of the Eveline Incident, Teddy attempted to calm Nancy down.

Trivia Edit

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