Hawk and dove is the superhero combination of the DC comic company in the United States. It first appeared in the seventy-fifth phase (June 1968) of DC Booth, created jointly by Steve Ditko and Steve Scott. The hawk's original name is Henry Hank Hall, and the original name of the dove is Donald Hall. They are brothers and respectively endowed with superpowers by the God of chaos and God of the order who have fallen in love. Later, the early "dove" died and Dawn Granger became the second generation "dove".
Hawk is a man entangled injustice and evil. Henry Hank Hall was first as "hawk" to form a superhero combination - "hawk and dove" with his younger brother Donald Hall - "dove". Henry represents war and chaos, and Donald represents peace and order. They are endowed with superpower by the God of chaos and the God of the order who has fallen in love, and they fight against crime together. The way in which the two brothers fight against crime is quite contrary: the conservative brother is reckless and radical; the generous brother is delicate and rational (but sometimes indecisive).