Cyclone[1] was an illusion created and controlled by Quentin Beck, representing the Elemental of air.


"They were born in stable orbits. Within the black holes, creatures formed from the primary elements. Air, Water, Fire, Earth. The science division had a technical name. We just called them Elementals."
Mysterio to Spider-Man[src]
Using the Illusion Projectors and the Stark Industries Combat Drones, designed by William Ginter Riva, Quentin Beck created a realistic illusion of the creature made of air. Gutes Guterman also came up with a story about the Elementals from a parallel universe that got to Earth through the tore created because of the Snap. Beck allegedly sent Cyclone to Morocco where he was causing havoc before Beck staged a fight with Cyclone and "defeated" it.[2]


Cyclone was created as an illusion resembling a creature made of air. With the holographic system, designed by Quentin Beck, Cyclone's appearance was utterly realistic, and with Stark Industries Combat Drones, it was able to cause real damage.


  • In the comics, Cyclone is André Gerard, a French engineer who due to a disagreement with his superiors created a suit capable of creating high-velocity winds and became a criminal. He mostly fought Spider-Man as well as Moon Knight. He was later replaced with Gregory Stevens and then Pierre Fresson.
  • The Marvel Cinematic Universe version of Cyclone replaces Zephyr as a member of the Elementals.


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