Atalanta is a member of the super hero family the Pantheon. Atalanta is an excellent archer and uses arrows and a bow made out of pure energy.
During a quiet venting moment with Rick Jones, Trauma's forces attack and kidnap her. The Hulk and the Pantheon manage to track her across space. A rescue attempt is thrwarted when Trauma threatens to mutilate Atalanta, he does not care about her outside looks, only her inner personality. It is soon discovered that the Pantheon founder Agamemnon had struck a deal with Trauma's father, known as Armageddon, centuries earlier. Armageddon, who tolerates Trauma's actions for he is his son, had offered to make the offspring of the immortal Agamemnon immortal as well in exchange for his pick of Agamemnon's descendants some time in the future. At the request of his son Armageddon chooses Atalanta so she could be Trauma's wife. If she refuses Armageddon would revoke the immortality of Agamemnon's descendants. Atalanta is willing to go through with the wedding to save her family but the Hulk refuses. The Hulk and Trauma end up battling. Trauma ends up not surviving the fight.
Atalanta makes an appearance in the "Marvel Holiday Special" 1993 edition. She tries to counsel the newly widowed Pantheon technicain William Jenkins, suffering the loss of his wife in a car crash. Despite appreciating her efforts, he later attempts to kill himself, only to be saved by the Hulk.
Shortly after this the Pantheon began a search for Agamemnon to put him on trial for his deception. Agamemnon unleashes his horde of cyborgs the Endless Knights against the Pantheon. Atalanta's lover Achilles sides with Agamemnon and he is killed in battle with Ulysses. Atalanta tracks down Agamemnon and kills him before he could make his escape.
Atalanta stayed with the Pantheon after the destruction of their headquarters.