Graviton artwork


Franklin Hall was a scientist who attempted to create a device for teleportation. During an experiment he accidentally overloaded the device, causing it to explode. The explosion binded graviton particles to his own molecules, giving him the ability to control gravity. Upon discovering this, he initially hid his powers but eventually used them to become the supervillain Graviton.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 4-B

Name: Franklin Hall, Graviton

Origin: Marvel Comics

Gender: Male

Age: Unknown

Classification: Human

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Gravity Manipulation, Flight, Forcefield Creation, Light Manipulation (controlled light waves), Air Manipulation (removed air to deactive Human Torch's fire form, created a vacuum to prevent Charcoal from recreating his body), Energy Manipulation (can redirect energy attacks, dispersed Jolt's energy form), weight manipulation (increased the weight of Captain America's shield and made everything inside a building weightless), can hit intangible beings

Attack Potency: Solar System level (Effortlessly pinned down Wonder Man, has matched Thor, should scale from his forcefield, due to being the same power used offensively)

Speed: Unknown

Lifting Strength: Class T with gravity manipulation (Has lifted multiple cities at once)

Striking Strength: Unknown

Durability: Solar System level (Survived a blast from Captain Universe Spider-Man, negated strikes from Thor, easily made his skin denser than the Thing's, his forcefield withstood hits from Wonder Man even while he was drugged)

Stamina: Likely high

Range: Planetary (killed Deanna Stockbridge by throwing a rock around the world)

Standard Equipment: None notable

Intelligence: High, a knowledgeable physicist.

Weaknesses: Rather egotistical.

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