: Icaros. Y'mean, Icarus? Hmm... Icaros?
: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Icaros Hmm...
Sorry, misspell. Sometimes it's spelled Ikaros, and others it's Icarus.
I mixed up the two names..
But yes, that's the lad that flew to close to the sun. In Eternals v2 it was revealed that Ikaris hasn't always been named Ikaris, but that he took the name after the son he had with a mortal woman, Ikaros, died.
I think in the story he flew thanks to Eternals-tech.
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