|Originally From:|| Olympus|
|First appearance:||Cold Day in Hades|
|Portrayed by:||Trevor Devall|
Hades is the God of the Underworld, and Persephone's husband.
In The SeriesEdit
He has purple skin, black hair, and a dark purple robe, and he speaks in an effeminate English accent. Hades loves his wife dearly and spoils Cerberus, his "puppy". During the Titanomachy, he was to use his Helmet of Invisibility to steal the weapons in Cronus' armory. He returns in season 2 to personally escort Cronus to the Underworld and to be sentenced by King Minos; due to Cronus' cunning, Hades and Persephone are imprisoned in hourglasses until the heroes arrive. Persephone deliberately incites her husband, who breaks free and enters a brawl with Cronus. Cronus describes him as "the second son and a disappointment".
He has a temper problem similar to his wife Persephone which is shown in "Cronus Vanquished" when Persephone incites him causing his skin color and appearance to change to a more demonic look as a response to Persephone's supposed betrayal. Persephone later apologizes for her behavior saying that she had to "Bring out the worst" in her husband.
Hades is voiced by Trevor Devall. Though rarely seen in season one, he makes several recurring appearances in season two.
In Greek mythology, Hades is the oldest male child of Cronus and Rhea. According to myth he and his brothers Zeus and Poseidon defeated the Titans and claimed rulership over the universe ruling the underworld, air, and sea, respectively; the solid earth, long the province of Gaia, was available to all three concurrently. Because of his association with the underworld, Hades is often interpreted by moderns as the Grim Reaper, even though he was not.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
As the God of the Underworld Hades has dominion over the dead, control over Thanatos, Invincibility. As a God, he possess Poseidon and also possess the standard power of the gods such as Immortality, etc.
- Man's Worst Enemy
- Cold Day in Hades
- In Class of the Titans he is not a bad person, but in multiple media, including Disney Hercules, Clash of the Titans, DC Comics, Saint Seiya, and Kid Icarus: Uprising, he plays a role as either the main or a major antagonist.