Hank is a tall and lean man. He sports an unkempt hair that has portions of it that are jutting on the sides somewhat scruffy, has a dark color and covers his forehead. Hank also has thick eyebrows and slanted eyes. Hank is usually seen donning the hood of his coat.
Hanks attire is a coat that has an elaborate design in it. The center has a cloth in it that appears similar to a pentagon, but is elongated, inverted and rectangular in shape, which houses ten buttons, with five resting on each side. It is fastened with a dark-colored belt, which is also adorned with a suspenders that Hank lets loose. Several straps are seen on Hank's clothing; 2 that are resting on the collar area, a pair that is located on the shoulder area and 3, which can be found at the end of the sleeves that are placed on sideways. On the upper part of the sleeves in the bicep area and on the back, a hexagon-shaped insignia can be found. For footwear, Hank dons a light-colored boots. Hank also wears a scarf as well.
Hank displays a rather relaxed personality. Going as far as sleeping in a tavern and did not show any sign of hostility despite being shot by Nancy. However, despite of such nature, Hank is a man of his word and has strong sense of justice. Despite of the seemingly good relationship that he had with one of his subordinates who turned into a monster, he did not hesitate to annihilate him, saying that should their heart be corrupted, they must be annihilated by the hands of their allies, although the ordeal evidently hurt him emotionally.
Tactics: Being a former war veteran and captain, he has an intimate knowledge of tactics and war fare.
General soldier skills: as a soldier, he was likely taught the use of firearms, unarmed combat, knife fighting, and basic survival skills for in the field. In the current story, he carries a revolver with special bullets.
Transformations: Like all Incarnates, Hank is no longer human. However, unlike any other known Incarnate, he can transform back into his human appearance. He has three known forms. The first is simply his hair turning white in the moonlight.
Second form: His second form is a classic Hollywood werewolf, a taller but still basic human structure, but with the head of a wolf, and a body covered in silver fur with claws and a short tail. General superhuman physic (enhanced strength, speed, endurance, sight, smell, healing ect).
Third form: Seen only briefly, he can take the form of a giant wolf (about 1-2 stories from the ground to the top of his back when standing on all fours.) General superhuman abilities further enhanced from his second form.
Hank is introduced napping in Burnwood's tavern, shortly before being woken up and shot at by a young girl. When the shooting stops, he stands up and apologizes to the people in the bar, then grabs the girl and runs outside with her under his arm. Outside she views the hole in his chest and questions if the bullet did that. He reveals only the first bullet hit him, and drops a steel plate onto the floor. Telling her she shouldn't point her gun at humans, when she informs him it's a keepsake her father, and introduces herself. Not responding, she questions if he’s forgotten that he killed her father. After over hearing talking, Hack reveals he came to see "him". Looking into the street, he tells her about "him". As he walks out into the street, Nancy appears pointing her gun, asking if he's planning to kill him, to which she's told she's out of bullets.
Confronting Danny he questions about him doing so well, and what type of job he has. Revealing there's been incidents involving loaded carriages being attacked, he asks if that's his doing. Nancy then appears standing in front of Danny, questioning if he intends to kill him like her father. Hank asks why she's protecting him, when he's a murder. As Danny prepares to attack Nancy, Hank intervenes, revealing his identity to him. Drawing his weapon, he questions if he remembers there promise. Enraged, Danny transforms and prepares to attack him. Avoiding his attack, Hank jumps on his back and stabs him with his weapon then pulls the explosive attached to his weapon. Standing above him, Hank apologizes and kills him with a gun shot.
Being questioned by Nancy, Hank reveals the promise of their unit and the war isn't over, as they couldn't end it. When she asks about him about the promise, Hank invites her to join him to see whether or not her father deserved to die. After they both introduce themselves, Nancy reveals she has left her stuff at the bar, asking to wait, she threatens to shoot him.