Triton is a member of the Inhuman Royal Family, Triton was exposed to the Terrigen Mist when he was a year old and emerged with a number of aquatic mutations and a member of the New Warriors. He is voiced by James Arnold Taylor.
Powers and Abilities
Triton is a member of the Inhuman race, artificially mutated by the Terrigen Mist, giving him scaly greenish skin, a small dorsal fin running from the base of the skull to the forehead, membranous fins extending from his temples, and webbing between his toes and between his fingers. Triton is able to breathe water, to swim at great speeds, and to withstand the pressures of the deep sea. His resistance to deep sea pressure also gives him superhuman strength and speed underwater. He has the ability to survive underwater indefinitely, and the ability to withstand the temperature and pressure of ocean depths. His vision is more sensitive to the green portion of the visible spectrum, enabling him to see in relatively dark ocean depths.
A-Bomb's crush on a mysterious girl named Crystal leads the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. to the secret home of Attilan the Inhumans, an isolationist race that keeps themselves cut off from mankind. The Agents of S.M.A.S.H. even take action when Maximus the Mad makes plans to annihilate mankind.
Triton makes a cameo in the episode "Agent Venom". He can be seen as one of the young superheroes that S.H.I.E.L.D. is monitoring.
He makes his first full appearance in the episode "Inhumanity" helping Spider-Man deal with Molten Man. However, Triton is under the impression because he is such a good fighter in Attilan, he doesn't need any back up. Upon returning to the Triskellion, Triton is revealed to be mistrusted by the other students. However, the fish like inhuman is thrown into SHIELD custody by Nick Fury when Attilan is above New York and Lady Medusa declares war. Being the only one who believes he isn't a spy, Spider-Man convinces Nick to give the two time to solve this matter peacefully. It is revealed that Maximus the Mad had taken control over the royal family, and the true mastermind behind the attack. However Spider-Man and Triton are able to stop him. As an apology, Triton is made the Attilan Ambassador.
In the episode "Agent Web," Triton accompanies Spider-Man to the abandoned Inhuman city of Atarog to rescue Nick Fury where they come across Madame Web and uncover a plot by Crossbones and the HYDRA Agents with him to use Nick Fury as a bargaining chip to obtain Madame Web. After Crossbones was thwarted and Nick Fury takes Madame Web to a new location, Spider-Man and Triton are confronted by the Inhuman Royal Family. When Spider-Man apologizes on Triton's behalf for trespassing at Atarog while explaining their reasons for it, Medusa interprets for Black Bolt stating that they are here to give them a ride back to the Triskelion.
He is among the Inhumans who came down with a plague that caused them to grow crystals on their body. Triton was seen at the end of the episode when Medusa thanked the Guardians of the Galaxy for their help on Black Bolt's behalf.
He is among the Inhumans that are captured by Ultron. Triton is later freed by the Avengers.