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Hyperion is a fictional character, a comic book superhero in the Marvel Comics universe, and a member of the Squadron Supreme. There are actually several different Marvel incarnations of Hyperion, at least two (possibly three) of which were supervillains. Hyperion was created by Roy Thomas as part of an homage to the Justice League, with Mark Gruenwald and J.
Hyperion is a 1989 science fiction novel by Dan Simmons. It is the first book of his Hyperion Cantos, and is the only book in it to extensively employ the literary device of the frame story (although arguably The Fall of Hyperion also uses it, but to a lesser extent). It is the most critically acclaimed of the four, winning a Hugo Award, despite its complexity (featuring multiple plot-lines, and characters who often act in different manners and are implied to be of different time-lines).
Hyperion was a bimonthly literary journal published out of Munich by Franz Blei und Carl Sternheim. Between 1908 and 1910, twelve booklets in ten editions appeared.
Hyperion (Mark Milton) is a fictional character appearing in the comic books published by Marvel Comics. Based on an earlier character of the same name (which was in turn created as a Marvel Comics analogue to the DC Comics character Superman), this version of Hyperion first appeared in Supreme Power, which was published under the mature-readers imprint MAX Comics.
Hyperion is a general-interest book publishing division of The Walt Disney Company, established in 1991. Hyperion publishes books under the following imprints: ABC Daytime Press, ESPN Books, Hyperion Audiobooks, Hyperion East, Miramax Books, and VOICE. The imprint called Theia is no longer being used.
Hyperion is a novel by Friedrich HÃ¶lderlin first published in 1797 (Volume 1) and 1799 (Volume 2). The full title is Hyperion, oder der Eremit in Griechenland.