Harmony (???): Status Unknown after the Decimation, believed depowered. Harmony was a member of the London Morlocks with the power to breathe underwater, and has not been seen since the X-Men helped save her and her friends, who were being stalked by the mutant hunter, Mr. Clean. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #398.
Harness (Erika Benson): Current Status Unknown after M-Day. Harness had herself energy shackle powers that she would wield on her son Piecemeal to make him travel with her to gather the energies of the dead mutant Proteus, for A.I.M inside of Piecemeal. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 1) Annual #7.
Harpoon (Kodiak Noatak): Technically Deceased. As one of Mr. Sinister’s Marauders, Harpoon often escapes death through being repeatedly cloned upon his physical death. Currently believed to have his mutant power to charge objects with energy. Originally depowered by the Decimation, but somehow seemingly regained these powers somehow from Mr. Sinister, as he was seen wielding them during “Messiah CompleX”. Harpoon has returned from the dead on more than one occasion as many of the Marauders have, by being cloned by Mr. Sinister. He was last seen as he lay dead in a warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Last Appearance: Astonishing X-Men (vol. 3) #50.
Harris, Dezmond: Depowered on M-Day. Dezmond lost his mutant leaping abilities as a result of the Decimation. Last Appearance: Generation M #2.
Harvester (???): Harvester is a member of the Assassin's Guild whose super-speed ability, like other members of the guild, may have been latent mutant powers that were activated by Candra. He was last seen in Houston, battling Scarlet Spider. Last appearance: Scarlet Spider (vol. 2) #4.
Hatchi, Susan (a.k.a. Da‘o): Deceased. Depowered on M-Day. Susan Hatchi is the half-sister of Karma, who lost her telepathic abilities in the Decimation. She was shot and killed by her father in Madripoor. Last Appearance: Astonishing X-Men (vol. 3) #56.
Haven (Rahda Dastoor): Deceased. Not confirmed as a mutant, but at the very least a magic-based mutate granted reality-altering powers by being impregnated with the unborn entity known as The Adversary. Haven died giving birth when the Adversary killed her during “childbirth“. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #117.
Havok (Alex Summers): Retained his powers after M-Day. Havok maintains his power to wield plasma energy and he has taken a break from his on-again, off-again relationship with Polaris. He was last seen being tasked with hunting down Cable and his X-Force team by Agent Brand. Last Appearance: Cable & X-Force #8.
Hawkshaw (???): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Hawkshaw was one of the Genoshan Magistrates who made up The Press Gang, and fled Genosha upon Magneto’s rise to power there. Last Appearance: Cable (vol. 2) #27.
Hayes, Alice: Deceased. Alice Hayes was a mutant telepath, and a member of the Los Angeles based group of villains known as the Pride. She was last seen dying when attempting to summon the Gibborim to rule the Earth. Last Appearance: Runaways (vol. 1) #18.
Hayes, Gene: Deceased. Gene Hayes was a mutant telepath, and a member of the Los Angeles based group of villains known as the Pride. He was last seen dying when attempting to summon the Gibborim to rule the Earth. Last Appearance: Runaways (vol. 1) #18.
Hazard (Carter Alexander Ryking): Deceased. Carter Ryking was a childhood friend of Professor Xavier’s who lost his X-gene on M-Day, which had long been giving him unspecified mutant powers. He was institutionalized at as a result, and in his first and only appearance, was hunted down and killed by those attempting to silence him. Last Appearance: X-Men: Legacy (vol. 1) #211.
Headhunter (Helen O‘Hara): Retained her powers after the Decimation. Headhunter was a female mutant with pale white skin, and red hair and eyes who had the power to mesmerize and control others, for periods lasting up to years. She was last seen in New York City, in the middle of a melee between a group of villains manipulated by the Purple Man, the Puppet Master, and Misty Knight. Last Appearance: Villains for Hire #4.
Healer (???): Deceased. Healer was one of the New York City Morlocks with a healing touch, who died overexerting his power to revive a badly wounded Callisto. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #291.
Heartbreak Kid (Daniel Atherton Shepard): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Status as a mutant not confirmed, only suspected. The Heartbreak Kid had the power to absorb the hatred and sadness of others. He was last seen leaving a trial he was put on for supposedly psychically assaulting a woman, who had falsified her claims. Last Appearance: Defenders (vol. 1) #140.
Hellion (Julian Keller): Retained his telekinetic powers after M-Day. His last official romantic relationship was with Wind Dancer, but he also was attracted to X-23. Hellion was last seen at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning, as the school buried a time capsule. Last Appearance: Wolverine and the X-Men #29.
Hemingway (???): Resurrected with the techno-organic virus. Hemingway was a member of Gene Nation with enhanced strength and a spiky, tough exoskeleton. He was killed by a vengeful Agent Zero in Weapon X (vol. 2) #21. However, he turned up as a techno-organic virus-infected thrall of Selene in X-Force (vol. 3) #21. He was last seen battling Archangel on Utopia. Last Appearance: was last seen battling the X-Men on Utopia. It is unknown, though, if he managed to survive Selene’s ascension to godhood on Genosha. Last Appearance: X-Men: Legacy (vol. 1) #231.
Hepzibah (real name unpronounceable): Hepzibah is not a mutant, but an alien from the planet Tryl’sart. She has, however, served both as a member of the Starjammers, and the X-Men. Her last romantic interest was apparently a flirtation she had with Namor. Hepzibah was last seen on Utopia, with Emma Frost. Last Appearance: A v X #10.
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