Real Name

Once the naming conventions take effect, should his real name be listed as "Khufu (New Earth)" or just "Khufu" as it pertains to the Hawkmen of Earth-Two, Earth-One, and New Earth?

--Roygbiv666 17:28, 1 July 2007 (UTC)

I haven't been reading Savage Hawkman (or any of the other rebooted titles) so I've only seen the first issue, but I gather it's now believed the new version is Katar Hol, so shouldn't the post-Flashpoint info on this page be deleted and the relevant changes made to Katar Hol (New Earth) instead? Tony ingram 17:46, February 19, 2012 (UTC)

I'm reading it and its a mess. He's been called Carter Hall but otherwise they've revealed very little of his background. The first issue made it seem like his wife was dead but there isn't much indication whether or not she was Hawkgirl. It was shown that he was Hawkman prior to the series starting but he doesn't seem to know very much at all about the Nth metal. So, there are a ton of questions about him still. I'm not sure it would be the right call to move it to Katar just yet. Kyletheobald 18:09, February 19, 2012 (UTC)

I gather the zero issue confirms the current Hawkman is Katar, not Carter. Can the post Flashpoint information be moved, now? Tony ingram (talk) 13:46, September 30, 2012 (UTC)

Hawkman is not Carter Hall in the New 52. That much now seems obvious. But fine, it can stay incorrect. Tony ingram (talk) 08:03, October 27, 2012 (UTC)

Family Ties?

In the trivia section, it reads (note the bold portions):

  • Thanagarian spy Fel Andar took on the name Hawkman while Carter was fighting Ragnarok with the JSA, claiming falsely to be Carter's previously unsuspected second son 'Carter Hall, Jr' and duping a woman named Sharon Parker into becoming his partner. The Golden Eagle was actually their son.
  • Charley Parker - the Golden Eagle, once claimed to be the son of Carter Hall, but this was later proven to be false.

So which is it? Damaijin (talk) 00:22, October 10, 2013 (UTC)

Remove all of it. --Tupka217 06:07, October 10, 2013 (UTC)

Actually, both statements are true. Golden Eagle did claim to be Carter's son, and he was actually the son of Fel Andar AKA Carter Hall Jr. Tony ingram (talk) 06:14, October 10, 2013 (UTC)

Then it needs to be reworded. --Tupka217 06:27, October 10, 2013 (UTC)
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