Bio: Cyborg (Victor Stone)

Doomsday

Doomsday – New Earth
NAME: DOOMSDAY, “THE ULTIMATE”

RELATIVES: BERTRON (CREATOR, “FATHER”, DECEASED)

BASE OF OPERATIONS: NEW EARTH, KRYPTON

AFFILIATION: SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS III

CHARACTERISTICS

HEIGHT: 7′ 0″ (2.13 M) MALE

WEIGHT: 615 LBS (279 KG)

ALIGNMENT: BAD

ORIGIN STORY


200,000 years ago, an alien scientist named Bertron had the dream of creating the Ultimate on Krypton. Early Krypton was very harsh and hostile and the life-forms living there were the deadliest creatures in the universe. The child that would become Doomsday was created by a process of forced evolution. He was exposed to the harsh environment, killed, its remains collected then cloned then the process was repeated a thousand times. Eventually, the creature evolved the ability to come back from the attack that killed it. Doomsday proceeded to eradicate all the harsh life-forms on Krypton.

Per it’s genetic programming, it returned to Bertron’s lab and killed Bertron and all the scientists there. Then it boarded the cargo ship that supplied Bertron’s lab and went to other planets destroying lives.

Doomsday ended up on Calaton, a very scientifically advanced world. For three years it laid waste to the planet until it reached the capital. The scientists worked to devise a solution and finally, the members of the Royal family who had meta human abilities were merged into the being called the Radiant. For a week, he battled Doomsday until in an all-out energy attack he was able to kill the creature. Doomsday was bound but its body was not destroyed to prevent it from entering the afterlife and sent into space. It crash-landed on Earth, buried deep within its mantle.1

DOOMSDAY AND SUPERMAN DIE IN BATTLE IN METROPOLIS

Doomsday emerged to the Earth’s surface. He was met by the Justice League and was named Doomsday by Booster Gold. Doomsday beat them with ease with one hand tied behind his back.2,3 Superman soon met him and a battle across the U.S. states followed. Superman realized the creature was headed for Metropolis.4,5 Eventually, Superman fought Doomsday to a standstill. Finally, both combatants dealt each other the final blow. Apparently spent, they both died.6,7

DOOMSDAY VS DARKSEID

POWERS


POWERS

ABILITIES

WEAKNESSES


  • Entropy: This is the one thing that Doomsday cannot adapt to nor form an immunity to. When sent to the end of time, he was finally destroyed along with end of the universe.[34]
  • Single-Mindedness: Due to the fact that Doomsday was unintentionally programmed to hate everything that lives, Doomsday will focus only on killing, and could potentially be led into a trap.
  • Monstrous Appearance

STORY ARCS


  • The Death Of Superman.
  • Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey.
  • The Doomsday Wars.
  • Reign Of The Doomsdays.

NOTABLE COMIC BOOK BATTLES


  • Superman vs Doomsday.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey #1.
  2. Justice League Of America #69.
  3. Superman #74.
  4. Adventures Of Superman #497.
  5. Action Comics #684.
  6. Superman: The Man Of Steel #19.
  7. Superman #75.

DC Day: After She Finished Off Ares Impaling First Born And Him To Prevent The Prophecy, Olympus Declared Wonder Woman The New Goddess Of War

DC DAY

In ‘Wonder Woman’ (2013) #23, Wonder Woman finishes off First Born and War, impaling them both. Photo/DC Comics

IN RELIGIOUS WARFARE

THE ERASED PROPHECY ANNOUNCED THE DOOM OF OLYMPUS AT THE HANDS OF FIRST BORN

In ‘Wonder Woman’ (2013) #14, the prophecy of First Born is told. In Antarctica, a group of American scientists and military have been watching First Born who has been standing at the same position for six hours. One of the scientists named Cassandra speaks to First Born who does not want to be disturbed. She tells First Born that he has been under the Earth for over seven millenia, to which First Born replies he has been clawing his way out over seven millenia. Then he speaks to the scientist about the prophecy. At his birth, a witch prophesied First Born would one day rule Olympus.

Angered at the prophecy, Zeus ordered the witch to kill First Born. Because of Hera’s desperation, First Born was spared. The witch left First Born in Africa where he was raised by hyenas. Cassandra indicates that 60 years ago in Turkey, the witch’s mummified body was found with his story tattooed across every inch of her body. It took that time to decipher it. Cassandra also says he knows the whereabouts of First Born’s armor and weapons. To this, First Born replies that he needs a sign for the one who has taken his birthright. As he finishes the sentence, the sun rises meaning that it is Apollo the the pragmatist and the coward.

In ‘Wonder Woman’ (2013) #14, Zeus orders First Born killed in order to prevent the prophecy but First Born is spared. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

ORION MEETS WONDER WOMAN, SEEKING THE LAST OF ZEUS’ SEVEN BASTARD SONS

In ‘Wonder Woman’ (2013) #14, Orion is alerted about the threat of the prophecy. On New Genesis, Highfather tells Orion that the Source has detected a grave danger from Earth. The danger portends the end of time, The end of the Source. In ‘Wonder Woman’ (2013) #15, Wonder Woman meets Orion in the subway system of Manhattan. Wonder Woman is searching for her half-brother Milan and Lennox has led her to the underground subway system of Manhattan.

On the way, Wonder Woman is held back by Hephaestus who does something mysterious to her Bracelets of Submission. There, Lennox finds Milan who holds a grudge against him and tells him to leave. When Lennox begrudges, Orion appears before him and tells him he is looking for the last of Zeus’ bastard children. He makes threats on Lennox which causes Wonder Woman to step out of the shadows. As she attacks Orion, her Bracelets draw out swords. Seeing that, Milan unleashes a swarm of flies out of his mouth to envelope them.

 

In ‘Wonder Woman’ (2013) #15, Orion faces Wonder Woman in the subway system in Manhattan. Photo/DC Comics

WAR AND WONDER WOMAN GO TO LOOK FOR ZOLA’S BABY IN DEMETER’S REALM

In ‘Wonder Woman’ (2013) #16, Orion reveals the reason for his visit to Earth. He has recently found out about a new threat to the universe from the last Olympian. Wonder Woman and Lennox assume it is Zola’s baby which was kidnapped after birth by Hermes. In ‘Wonder Woman’ (2013) #18, Orion, War and Wonder Woman have to track down Zola’s baby to Demeter’s Realm in order to prevent the prophecy. War, Wonder Woman’s mentor, decides to take only Diana to Demeter’s Realm. Wonder Woman and War go to a restaurant in Manhattan whose rooftop garden serves as an entrance to Demeter’s Realm.

Suddenly, they are attacked by Hermes. Though Wonder Woman is the better fighter, Demeter is faster and nearly wounds her with his talon. At that moment, a Boom Tube appears and Orion transports Wonder Woman away on his Astro-Harness with Hermes in tow. At Wonder Woman’s injunction, the Astro-Harness stops in mid-air, causing Hermes to fall into Demeter’s Realm. In Demeter’s Realm, War confronts Demeter. War laments being bored by being held between life and death. He opens Demeter’s womb and removes the baby from her cavity.

In ‘Wonder Woman’ (2013) #18, Wonder Woman battles Hermes in Demeter’s Realm. Photo/DC Comics

Wonder Woman and Orion arrive at Demeter’s Realm. They find Demeter without the baby and Wonder Woman inquires whether Hermes took the baby. Demeter reveals that it was War who took the baby by ripping it out of her womb. She notes War hates his pupil, Wonder Woman. Demeter says she let War take the baby and that she couldn’t stop him.

Departing Demeter’s Realm, Orion consoles Wonder Woman. He tells her they will find the baby. Heading back to the hotel, Orion and Wonder Woman are surprised to see everyone. They come in and they see that Zola is with the baby. Zola says War brought the baby back. Zola hands the baby to Wonder Woman and Diana sees it’s a boy. Orion is thankful because it would bother him to kill a girl, to everyone’s irk.

In ‘Wonder Woman’ (2013) #18, Wonder Woman and Orion find Zeke at the hotel brought by War. Photo/DC Comics

CHAOS IN THE STREETS OF LONDON: WONDER WOMAN VS ARTEMIS!

Though he is now ruler of Mount OlympusApollo is still captivated by the prophecy that tells of a child of Zeus who will take the throne of Olympus by killing another of Zeus’ children. He believes that the child in question is Zeke, born of the human Zola. His reflection is interrupted by Poseidon, who mocks Apollo’s claims that he has gentrified Olympus, and is ushering in an age of reason rather than violence, given that Apollo has just sent Artemis to kill Zeke.

-‘Wonder Woman’ Vol 4 20, DC Database

Artemis’ arrival is soon followed by Wonder Woman‘s intervention. The moon goddess warns that Diana had sworn an oath that she would destroy the child if it turned out to be true that Zeke was a threat to the Olympian throne.[1] She has come to either watch her do it, or to do it in her stead. While Diana lunges at Artemis, Zola rushes into the living room with Zeke, and begs Hera and War for help. It is Lennox though, who takes the child from her, assuring her that his stone body makes him the best protector. As they escape, War comments that the child is hardly worth all of this effort.

-‘Wonder Woman’ Vol 4 20, DC Database
In ‘Wonder Woman’ (2013) #20, Wonder Woman battles the goddess Artemis in the streets of London. Photo/DC Comics

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ROUND 1: WONDER WOMAN AND ORION ARE NO MATCH FOR FIRST BORN. THEY ESCAPE TO NEW GENESIS

In ‘Wonder Woman’ (2013) #21, First Born and Cassandra intend to kill Zola’s child and all the Olympian gods in order to fulfill the prophecy. Wonder Woman arrives as Lennox is about to battle First Born. Meanwhile, Zola flees with Zeke, her baby with Cassandra chasing. Wonder Woman tells First Born that she does not know him but judging from what she saw, he deserves a beating. It turns out First Born is tough. Wonder Woman and Lennox are having a hard time with First Born. Wonder Woman and Lennox pin First Born to the ground with punches. However, First Born frees himself and piledrives both of them onto the concrete.

At that moment, a Boom occurs and Orion appears. He kicks First Born and sends his Astro-Harness to retrieve Zola and Zeke. Finally, Zola and Zeke come on the Astro-Harness and Lennox, Wonder Woman and Orion open a Boom Tube. As they attempt to escape, First Born prevents the Boom Tube from closing, claiming to fulfill the prophecy. The Boom Tube connects any two points in the universe “but to exit the entrance has to close.”1 When Orion says they are close to critical mass and the Boom Tube might implode atomizing them, Lennox sacrifices himself. He flies into First Born with a loud Boom. They arrive on New Genesis.

In ‘Wonder Woman’ (2013) #21, First Born brutalizes Wonder Woman and Lennox. Photo/DC Comics

ROUND 2: WONDER WOMAN IMPALES BOTH WAR AND FIRST BORN TO BECOME THE NEW GODDESS OF WAR

In ‘Wonder Woman’ (2013) #23, Wonder Woman finishes off First Born and War, impaling them both. Photo/DC Comics


SOURCES

Wonder Woman Vol 4 23 in DC Database.
Wonder Woman Vol 4 14 in DC Database.
Wonder Woman Vol 4 15 in DC Database.
Wonder Woman Vol 4 16 in DC Database.
Wonder Woman Vol 4 18 in DC Database.
Wonder Woman Vol 4 20 in DC Database.
Wonder Woman Vol 4 21 in DC Database.

FOOTNOTES

  1. Wonder Woman #21.

Feat: Cyborg, ‘Justice League #6’

CYBORG

(Victor Stone)

PRIME EARTH

In ‘Justice League #6’ (2012), Cyborg performs an energy projection feat. Cyborg faces the menaces of Darkseid and the parademons. During the invasion of Prime Earth, Cyborg uses the Father Box bonded to his interface to close the Boom Tubes on Earth and send Darkseid and the parademons back to Apokolips, ending the invasion of Prime Earth.

How much energy does it take to close 81 Boom Tubes on Prime Earth?

In 'Justice League #6' (2012), Cyborg uses the power of the Father Box that is bonded to his interface to close the Boom Tubes and send Darkseid back to Apokolips, ending the invasion. (Photo/DC Comics)
In ‘Justice League #6’ (2012), Cyborg performs an energy projection feat. Cyborg uses the power of the Father Box that is bonded to his interface to close the Boom Tubes and send Darkseid back to Apokolips, ending the invasion. (Photo/DC Comics)

CYBORG UNLEASHED 1.28 * 10^78 TONS CLOSING 81 BOOM TUBES CAPABLE OF WITHSTANDING THE FTL TRANSPORT OF 81 SUNS!

THE BOOM TUBES PACKED THE EQUIVALENT OF 1.254 * 10^79 N OR 3.00*10^69 TONS OF TNT, ENOUGH THE ENERGY REQUIRED FOR SPACE TRAVEL FROM OA TO THE CENTER OF THE MILKY WAY GALAXY CAPABLE OF DESTROYING A GALAXY!

ENERGY PROJECTION FEAT:

GALAXY

                       

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Feat: Green Lantern, ‘Justice League #1’

GREEN LANTERN

(Hal Jordan)

PRIME EARTH

In ‘Justice League #1’ (2011), Green Lantern performs a durability feat. Green Lantern and Batman investigate alien sightings in the underground sewers of Gotham City. During the investigation, Green Lantern and Batman survive an explosion triggered by a parademon using a Father Box, killing the parademon, in an Oan shield light construct.

How much durability does it take for an Oan shield light construct to withstand an explosion triggered by a Father Box?

In 'Justice League #1' (2011), a parademon triggers a Father Box to explode as Green Lantern and Batman investigate in Gotham City underground sewers.
In ‘Justice League #1’ (2011), a parademon triggers a Father Box to explode as Green Lantern and Batman investigate in Gotham City underground sewers.
In 'Justice League #11' (2011), Green Lantern and Batman in an Oan shield construct, survive the explosion of the Father Box in Gotham City underground sewers.
In ‘Justice League #11’ (2011), Green Lantern performs an energy projection feat. Green Lantern and Batman in an Oan shield construct, survive the explosion of the Father Box in Gotham City underground sewers.

GREEN LANTERN WITHSTOOD 1.57 * 10^42 TONS WITH THE OAN SHIELD LIGHT CONSTRUCT CAPABLE OF WITHSTANDING THE EXPLOSION CAUSED BY A FATHER BOX!

THE OAN SHIELD LIGHT CONSTRUCT GENERATED THE EQUIVALENT OF 1.548 * 10^46 N OR 3.69 * 10^36 TONS OF TNT, ENOUGH 3.44*10^27 TIMES THE ENERGY REQUIRED FOR SPACE TRAVEL CAPABLE OF DESTROYING A LARGE STAR!

DURABILITY FEAT:

SOLAR SYSTEM

                       

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Feat: Superman, ‘Justice League #2’

SUPERMAN

(Clark Kent)

PRIME EARTH

In ‘Justice League #2’ (2011), Superman performed a super-strength feat. Superman faces Green Lantern and Batman for the first time over alien sightings in Gotham City and Metropolis. In the confrontation, Superman breaks Green Lantern’s light construct with a punch.

How much strength does it take to shatter a green lantern light construct with a punch? 

In 'Justice League #2' (2011), Superman breaks Green Lantern's spherical light construct with a punch, stunning Green Lantern and Batman.
In ‘Justice League #2’ (2011), Superman performs a super-strength feat. Superman breaks Green Lantern’s Oan light construct with a punch. (Photo/DC Comics)

SUPERMAN UNLEASHED 1.57 * 10^42 TONS SHATTERING THE GREEN LANTERN SHIELD LIGHT CONSTRUCT CAPABLE OF WITHSTANDING THE EXPLOSION CAUSED BY A FATHER BOX!

THE PUNCH PACKED THE EQUIVALENT OF 1.548 * 10^46 N OR 3.69 * 10^36 TONS OF TNT, ENOUGH 3.44*10^27 TIMES THE ENERGY REQUIRED FOR SPACE TRAVEL CAPABLE OF DESTROYING A LARGE STAR!

SUPER STRENGTH FEAT:

SOLAR SYSTEM

                       

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