Also known as Jupiter, Lord of the Sky, King of the Gods, One of the Big Three
Zeus is the Greek god of honor, justice, lightning, and the skies. He is the king of Olympus, the son of the Titans Kronos and Rhea, and the husband of the goddess Hera. His Roman counterpart is Jupiter.
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Muscular and tall, with electric blue eyes, flowing black hair, and a salt-and-pepper beard, Zeus, king of the Greek gods and Lord of the Sky, exudes power even in human form. His moods and facial expressions are as changeable as the skies, by turns sunny or gloomy, calm or raging. He wields his famous weapon, the Master Bolt, with deadly skill. When not in use, the bolt rests in a clip that hangs from the belt of his pinstriped suit. The air surrounding him has been described as smelling of ozone and fresh rain. Stubborn and suspicious, Zeus often takes the self-serving route rather than the selfless—especially if he believes his throne or authority is in jeopardy.