Peter Sarsgaard played Hector Hammond in the live-action film, Green Lantern directed by Martin Campbell. This version of Hector Hammond is a xenobiology professor, an old friend of Hal Jordan and the son of United States senator Robert Hammond. He is summoned by Amanda Waller of the DEO to conduct an autopsy of the recovered body of Abin Sur.
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Hector Hammond originally appeared in Green Lantern #5 and...
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Hammond is a petty criminal on the run from the law when he...
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Hector Hammond foi interpretado por Peter Sarsgaard no filme Green Lantern. Como nos quadrinhos, o cientista Hector Hammond realiza uma autópsia no corpo de Abin Sur . Um pedaço de Parallax dentro do cadáver de Abin Sur insere-se dentro de Hammond, transformando o DNA do cientista e dando-lhe telepatia e poderes telecinéticos, ao custo de ...
Hector Hammond was a petty criminal on the run from the law when he discovers the fragments of a strange meteor in the woods (part of the same meteor that lands in Africa, super evolving Gorilla Grodd and the other gorillas of Gorilla City). Observing that radiation from the meteor has caused the nearby plants to evolve rapidly, Hammond decides to kidnap four scientists and expose them to the ...
- Beyond Genius-Level Intellect
- Green Lantern Vol 2 #5 (April, 1961)
- Gil Kane John Broome
- Peter Sarsgaard Robert Englund (Voice)
Hector Hammond is a DC comics villain and an enemy of the Green Lantern. Hector Hammond was nothing more than a petty criminal. While he was laying low in the California Hill of Nebraska, he discovered a glowing meteor (simply called the "Meteorite") that had been evolving nearby plants into a form that would not exist for over 100,000 years. The other half of the meteorite landed in North ...
- Attempted murder
- Scientist Supervillain terrorist
- Hector Hammond
- Green Lantern
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Hector Hammond is a villain of Green Lantern with an enhanced brain; it makes him smarter and gives him psionic powers. Hector Hammond was a petty criminal on the run from the law when he discovers the fragments of a strange meteor in the woods (part of the same meteor that lands in Africa, super-evolving Gorilla Grodd and the other gorillas of Gorilla City). Observing that radiation from the ...
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Hector Hammond is a super-villain with strong mental powers who fights Green Lantern. Exposure to an alien meteorite caused his brain to evolve at an accelerated rate making him into an intelligent super-being trapped inside the limitations of his human body. His telepathy and telekinesis allow him the abilities to read and control others' minds as well as flight. Trapped forever grotesquely ...
Hector Hammond Doctor Hector Hammond Faction Villains Gender Male Race Mutated Human Location Belle Reve Penitentiary Power Mental Origin Meta Movement Flight Hector Hammond was a genius-level scientist until exposure to an alien meteorite caused his brain to evolve at an accelerated rate, making him into a super-being with considerable mental powers. Gifted with uncharted levels of telepathy ...
- Belle Reve Penitentiary
Historial de publicación. Hector Hammond apareció originalmente en Green Lantern (vol. 2) # 5 (marzo-abril de 1961) y fue creado por John Broome y Gil Kane.. Historia. Siendo un fugitivo, Hammond descubrió un meteorito extraño cuya radiación provocaba que las cosas vivas evolucionaran rápidamente.
Template:In-universe Hector Hammond is a DC Universe supervillain who is primarily an enemy of Green Lantern. The character was created by John Broome and Gil Kane, and originally appeared in Green Lantern (vol. 2) # 5 (March-April 1961). Unlike many supervillains, Hammond does not use an alias.Peter Sarsgaard played the role of Hammond in the 2011 film Green Lantern.