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Halo is a member of the Outsiders. She is the result of the combination of a human body and a light energy being.

Origin

Violet Harper was a young woman who lived in Arlington, Missouri with her parents, Sam and Margaret Harper. Violet had a photographic memory, but despite this advantage, she was a problem child and in her teenage years, she became even more troublesome. Eventually, she met Mark Denniger and started a relationship with him, although she merely used him for her own convenience. Violet and Mark stole a drug formula from crimelord Tobias Whale, who had his operative Syonide follow them to Europe, where she eventually killed Violet in Markovia.[1]

Violet's body was found by the Aurakle, who existed since the dawn of time and was intrigued by organic beings. The Aurakle's energy was somehow transferred to the dead body, giving it new life and powers, but erasing all memories from their previous existence as human and energy.[2] Just moments later, she was found by Batman and learned that she couldn't remember anything, even her own name. Because of her obvious abilities to control light, Batman gave her the codename Halo and he guided her to safety.[3] Batman and Halo later joined the war in Markovia along with other heroes and they managed to defeat Baron Bedlam. Thanks to their combined efforts, Batman decided to create a new team called the Outsiders and Halo was glad to become part of it.[4]

Halo travelled to Gotham along with the rest of the team, where Batman gave her and Katana permission to live in the penthouse above the Wayne Foundation building. Later, Halo was assisted by Bruce Wayne in order to find her a legal identity and she chose the name Gabrielle Doe[5] and became Katana's legal ward.[6] In order to keep her identity concealed, Halo had to attend high school as a normal student and she started dating.[7] As a teammate of Halo, Brion Markov showed concern for her, but using his powers as Geo-Force, he spoiled one of Halo's dates. In return, Halo did the same with one of his dates and during the ensuing argument, they realized they had romantic interest in each other.[8]

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Halo is a member of the Outsiders.

Violet Harper found herself imprisoned in a Markovian cell as Katana came to combat the Kobra Cult. Releasing her from the cell and bringing her into the stolen police van, Katana stops the vehicle so the two can sleep but in doing so, allows the Kobra troops to catch up.

Stepping outside to help combat the drug withdrawal, Violet stumbles across Lady Eve. She immediately gives Katana's location in exchange for narcotics and is taken to the Kobra base. Once there, they let her to begin self-narcotisise.[1] Eve presents her to Kobra to use for an experiment he is working on. With the help af a kidnapped scientist, Kobra forces a collective of energy beings known as Aurakles into Violet's body, imbuing her with superpowers. He also had Violet wear a mind control device to keep her and the Aurakles in line. However, the scientist double-crossed Kobra, and sabotaged the mind control device so Violet would remain in control. Not long after the process is completed, Katana and the Suicide Squad stormed Kobra's base. When they find Violet and Kobra, He tries to sic his creation on the Squad. However, the Aurakles break free of Violet's body, and they begin trying to kill everyone present, but shield Violet from harm. Katana threatens to kill Violet to get them to back off, and they escape.

Once she recovers, Violet uses her new powers, but Enchantress and Katana knock her out. When the Aurakles catch up, Enchantress tries to free the last Aurakle to get the others to calm down, but the bond is permanent, and not even her magic cannot separate them. The Aurakles retreat after Katana manages to destroy one of them. At the same time, Voilet recovers, but it is revealed that the Aurakle inside of her has taken over Violet's body. The Aurakles return, but the Aurakle, dubbed Halo, fights alongside them. The others try to separate their friend from Violet's body, so Katana has Enchantress kill them and knock Halo out again. As the Kobra, Katana, and the Squad separate while fleeing the collapsing base the collapsing base, Katana tries to carry Halo to safety, but passes out. As the base explodes, Halo, having recovered, flies herself and Katana out of the base. When Katana recovers and prepares to leave Markovia, she invites Halo to come with her as a sister. The two leave, and Katana explains the concept of hunger and food to a starving Halo.

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After Superman is framed and rendered comatose, Halo joined the group of heroes heading towards Mars to confront their mysterious enemy. The heroes meet and engage Doctor Manhattan, but they are easily defeated.[2]

Powers and Abilities

Powers

  • Light Auras: Halo can generate various colored auras around herself which have different effects. Each color corresponds to a different effect, certain colors can be mixed and multiple colors can be used at the same time.
    • Red Halo: Halo can produce destructive heat beams to melt or burn enemies.
    • Orange Halo: Halo can produce powerful concussive force beams to knock back enemies.
    • Yellow Halo: Halo can produce brilliant flashing lights to stun or blind enemies.
    • Green Halo: Halo can produce halting stasis beams to stop and manipulate enemies.
    • Blue Halo: Halo can produce distorting holographic effects to confuse or disturb enemies.
    • Indigo Halo: Halo can produce physical tractor beams that can pull or push enemies.
    • Violet Halo: Halo can produce empowering mental effects that can give her previous body's consciousness control of their shared body.
  • Flight: Halo's body is inhabited by an Aurakle, a powerful ancient being. As such Halo can soar boundlessly due to her composite nature.
  • Transformation: Halo can alternate between her costume and civilian clothes instantly. This transition is accompanied by an aura of primarily black color, with white blotches of light.
  • White Aura: Emit an intense ray of pure light

Weaknesses

  • Drug Addiction(Formerly): Before being taken over by the Aurakle, Violet was a drug addict. Her imprisonment in Markovia was likely related to substance abuse.[3]
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Halo (DC Comics)

For the Halo series comics by Marvel Comics, see The Halo Graphic Novel and Halo: Uprising.

"Aurakle" redirects here. For the Seven Soldiers of Victory character, see Aurakles.

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Halo, as she appeared in Batman and the Outsiders vol. 1, #1 (August 1983)
Art by Jim Aparo

PublisherDC Comics
First appearanceThe Brave and the Bold #200 (July 1983)
Created byMike W. Barr (writer)
Jim Aparo (artist)
Alter egoGabrielle Doe
SpeciesHuman/Aurakle (Gestalt Entity)
Team affiliationsOutsiders
Strike Force Kobra
Batman Incorporated
Dead Heroes Club
Justice League
Notable aliasesGabrielle doe
Marissa Baron
Spectrum
Violet Harper[1]
Abilities

See list

    • Generates various colored auras which have different functions such as flight, energy blasts, force-fields, etc.
    • Healing factor
    • Violet: Self-healing abilities and resurrection, and can produce empowering mental effects that can give her previous body's consciousness control of their shared body.
    • Indigo: Boom-tube generation
    • Blue: Duplicate herself and objects into several holographic copies.
    • Green: Holograms
    • Yellow: Concussive energy blasts that can also slice through objects if fired in a cutting motion.
    • Orange: Flight
    • Red: Create a strong energy shield, Levitation and produce destructive heat beams to melt or burn enemies.
    • Rainbow: All available powers plus anti-life equation healing.

Halo is a fictionalsuperheroine that appears in comic books published by DC Comics. She first appeared in a special insert in The Brave and the Bold #200 (July 1983), and was created by Mike W. Barr and Jim Aparo.[2]

Publication history[edit]

Halo first appeared in The Brave and the Bold #200 and was created by Mike W. Barr and Jim Aparo.[3]

Fictional character biography[edit]

Halo is a gestalt of a human woman named Violet Harper and an Aurakle, an ancient energy-being resembling a sphere of iridescent light.[4] The Aurakle species emerged from the Source billions of years ago at the dawn of time. When sociopath Violet Harper was murdered by Syonide, an operative of the 100 and Tobias Whale, the Aurakle, who had been observing her out of curiosity, was sucked into the newly vacant body, reanimating the deceased body. The shock of the death and resurrection induced a profound loss of memory in the new combined entity. She was subsequently found and recruited by Batman to serve as a member of the Outsiders. In one early incident, Halo gains access to the memories of the long-lived Aurakle and becomes emotional over the tendency of human beings to kill each other. Halo later has to deal with the consequences of her body's previous actions, which required the assistance of the Outsiders team to resolve.

The young Halo is initially the legal ward of her friend and Outsiders teammate Katana. During her stint in the Outsiders, she gains a friend in new member Windfall.[5]

Death[edit]

Halo did die, in a manner of speaking, in a much later incident. After the team was framed for the murder of Markovia's queen, which was caused by Roderick and his vampire forces, they were forced to flee. Technocrat's evil ex-wife, Marissa Barron, hires an old associate named Ryer who believes Technocrat had abandoned him in Markovia. As the cyborg Sanction, he nearly kills the Outsiders in Switzerland. Later, in Gotham City, he attacks again, slaying both Marissa and Halo. As with Violet Harper, Halo's essence is sucked into Marissa's body, reanimating it.

During an attempt by the Outsiders to create a new headquarters, other Aurakles would return to reclaim Halo. Halo would later strike up a relationship with Sebastian Faust, a fellow Outsider that not many on the team trusted. The entire team is eventually cleared of wrongdoing. Halo later returns to Markovia. There she assists in combating a portal to Hell that had opened as part of the Day of Judgment incident.

Further adventures[edit]

Halo later appears back in the body of its original host, Violet Harper, through unexplained means.

During the Infinite Crisis, supervillain prisons around the world are opened as their respective wardens are targeted and blackmailed. Halo is part of a makeshift team of heroes battling a breakout at the Alcatraz prison in San Francisco. She later joins the Battle of Metropolis, which takes place in issue #7, helping other heroes protect the city from an army of super-villains bent on its destruction.

Soon after the events of the crisis, she assists a team of astronauts in a space station searching for heroes missing in action. She detects traces of Zeta radiation, a sign of Adam Strange, one of the many missing.

She is part of another multi-hero battle, this time against the murderous Black Adam. This takes place on Chinese soil, during the limited series World War III.

She makes another brief appearance in Action Comics #843. She is part of dozens of super-powered beings fighting to free themselves from the prison ships of the "Auctioneer".

In Batman and the Outsiders Special (Feb. 2009), Halo is one of the heroes approached by Alfred to form a new team of Outsiders. She accepts in Outsiders vol. 4, #15 and reforms the team with original members Katana, Geo-Force, Black Lightning, and Metamorpho, along with new members Owlman and the Creeper.

Blackest Night[edit]

During a recovery mission with the Outsiders, Halo, along with the Creeper and Katana, are confronted by Katana's recently resurrected family. Under the control of their Black Lantern rings, they attack Katana and Halo, with Creeper easily dispatched; he retreats into the woods to get help from their prisoner, Killer Croc. While Katana battles her husband, Halo is forced to fight Katana's children. Although her light-based powers prove ineffective at first, Violet unleashes more power than ever before in order to save her teammates, whose abilities have no long-term effect on the Lanterns. Finally, she manages to destroy the Black Lantern rings and goes to aid the rest of her team who are also under attack.[6]

Back in their headquarters, the rest of the Outsiders are faced with a recently risen Terra and are hopelessly outmatched until Halo intervenes. With great effort, she manages to separate Terra from her ring and to destroy it while Geo-Force turns Terra's body to stone in order to keep her from coming back again. Violet, however, seems to disperse into light, her last words being that the (light) is calling her.[7] Afterward, Halo is returned to Earth.[8]

Batman Incorporated[edit]

Halo is later selected as a member of a new team of Outsiders, led by Red Robin and funded by Batman Incorporated.[9] Halo and her teammates infiltrate a satellite said to be run by the villainous Leviathan organization, but this is revealed to be a trap set by Lord Death Man and Talia al Ghul. The satellite is destroyed in a massive explosion, making it unclear whether Halo and the others survived.[10]

In The New 52 reboot of DC's continuity, Halo and the Outsiders survived the explosion but were assumed dead. They now work as part of the Dead Heroes Club, a group of heroes who take advantage of their legally-deceased status to perform covert missions for Batman.[11]

In a later series, Halo is once again shown as very naive, freshly rescued from an incident in Markovia. She is under the care of Katana. The government believes Halo simply to be a young girl, unaware of her alien origin and powers.[12]

Powers and abilities[edit]

Halo has the ability to fly and to create auras of the seven known rainbow colors around herself, called halos, which have different effects:

  • Violet: Self-healing abilities and resurrection, and can produce empowering mental effects that can give her previous body's consciousness control of their shared body.
  • Indigo: Tractor beam
  • Blue: Duplicate herself and objects into several holographic copies.
  • Green: Produce halting stasis beams to stop and manipulate enemies.
  • Yellow: Rays of yellow light from hands that can stun or blind enemies.
  • Orange: Concussive blasts
  • Red: Create a strong energy shield, Levitation and produce destructive heat beams to melt or burn enemies.
  • White: Emit a blinding white light that is strong enough to overcome shadows and dark energies.

The halos provide a measure of defense against similar effects directed against her. For instance, her green stasis halo protected her from being immobilized by the Cryonic Man's freezing gas, and her orange concussive halo can repel physical attacks.

Halo can alternate between her costume and civilian clothes instantly. This transition is accompanied by an aura of primarily black color with white blotches of light.

The negation of the color spectrum will negate Halo's powers; the DC universe has many villains with just such abilities.

In the 1990s, it was shown that should her human body be destroyed, the Aurakle can merge with another recently deceased human.

During the Blackest Night, Violet's powers proved highly effective, allowing her to destroy Black Lanterns and their rings, a feat usually reserved only for the wielders of the various Lantern Corps and the users of the Dove power.

Other versions[edit]

The Elseworlds series JLA: Another Nail contains an alternate Halo, as a black woman; her real name and background are unrevealed.

In other media[edit]

Television[edit]

  • Halo appears in the Batman: The Brave and the Bold animated series episode "Requiem for a Scarlet Speedster!" as part of the Outsiders.
  • Halo appears in the third season of the Young Justice animated series,[13] voiced by Zehra Fazal.[14] This version of the character is the product of the spirit of a dissected Mother Box reviving the body of Gabrielle Daou, a Quraci refugee who had been kidnapped by metahuman traffickers, used as a test subject to stimulate her "meta-gene", and euthanized by Dr. Helga Jace when she tested negative for the gene. Upon awaking, they woke up a "blank slate", with minor traces of Daou's personality and memories as well as fleeting access to the Mother Box's knowledge and some of its powers. After they were rescued by Tigress, who nicknamed them "Halo", Halo would go on to live with her before joining Nightwing's team, who helped them with figuring out who and what they were as well as the vast range of abilities they have. They also name themself "Violet Harper", seeing themself as a new individual. In the episode "Early Warning", Jace takes advantage of Halo's amnesia by claiming the latter is dying and their cells are not regenerating like they did due to them overusing their violet aura. In "Unknown Factors", Granny Goodness realizes Violet can access the Anti-Life Equation. In "Antisocial Pathologies", Jace's lies are revealed before Halo is kidnapped by Granny Goodness, who places them under mind control to create the Anti-Life Equation and enslave the Team and the Justice League. However, Victor Stone rescues Halo, allowing them to free everyone she enslaved. She appears in Young Justice: Phantoms. In the end credit scene of the episode "Inhospitable", she considers following Islam as she is still wearing a Hijab and Gabrielle's faith was important to her. This version's abilities are as follows:
    • Violet: Healing, which can be used on both themself and others, and passive self-resurrection;
    • Indigo: Boom-tube generation;
    • Blue: A blindingly bright flash;
    • Green: Holograms;
    • Yellow: Concussive energy blasts that can also slice through objects if fired in a cutting motion;
    • Orange: Flight;
    • Red: Force field generation;
    • Rainbow: All available powers plus Anti-Life Equation healing.

Film[edit]

An alternate universe version of Halo called Aurora appears in the animated film Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths.[15] She is a member of the Crime Syndicate of America whose powers function similarly to a Green Lantern's.

References[edit]

  1. ^Batman Incorporated (Vol 2) #1
  2. ^Wallace, Dan (2008). "Halo". In Dougall, Alastair (ed.). The DC Comics Encyclopedia. New York: Dorling Kindersley. p. 152. ISBN . OCLC 213309017.
  3. ^Cowsill, Alan; Irvine, Alex; Korte, Steve; Manning, Matt; Wiacek, Win; Wilson, Sven (2016). The DC Comics Encyclopedia: The Definitive Guide to the Characters of the DC Universe. DK Publishing. p. 136. ISBN .
  4. ^Greenberger, Robert (2008). The Essential Batman Encyclopedia. Del Rey. p. 174. ISBN .
  5. ^Adventures of the Outsiders #34 (June 1986)
  6. ^Outsiders vol. 4, #24 (November 2009)
  7. ^Outsiders vol. 4, #25 (December 2009)
  8. ^Outsiders vol. 4, #31 (July 2010)
  9. ^Batman Inc. #6 (May 2011)
  10. ^Batman Incorporated: Leviathan Strikes #1 (December 2011)
  11. ^Batman Incorporated (vol. 2) #1 (May 2012)
  12. ^Suicide Squad: Black Files #1 (2018)
  13. ^"YOUNG JUSTICE: OUTSIDERS Creators Talk a Darker Season Full of Metahuman Trafficking". Nerdist. 26 July 2018.
  14. ^"Zehra Fazal on Instagram: "What a ridiculously awesome day at Comic-Con. I can officially announce I've joined the cast of Young Justice Outsiders as the voice of…"". Instagram.
  15. ^"1st Look: Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths Clip". Newsarama. February 23, 2010. Retrieved 2010-06-17.

External links[edit]

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Salu Digby

Fictional DC comics superhero

Shrinking Violet (Salu Digby), also known as Atom Girl, is a fictional character, a superhero and Legion of Super-Heroes member in the DC Universe's 30th and 31st centuries.[1] She comes from the planet Imsk and has the power to shrink to tiny size, as do all Imsk natives.

Publication history[edit]

Shrinking Violet first appeared in Action Comics #276 and was created by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Jim Mooney.[2]

Fictional character biography[edit]

Zero Hour[edit]

Pre-Zero Hour[edit]

In the original pre-Zero Hour continuity, she was the thirteenth person to join the Legion of Super-Heroes. She first appeared in Action Comics #276 (1961). She tried out for membership at the same time as Sun Boy and Bouncing Boy.[3] At that same tryout, Supergirl and Brainiac 5 joined the Legion. Shrinking Violet joined the Legion later, as did her fellow applicants Sun Boy and Bouncing Boy. Despite her shyness, Shrinking Violet, known as Vi to her teammates, served as an exemplary Legionnaire. She became romantically involved with Duplicate Boy of the Heroes of Lallor.

Years later, she was kidnapped by Imsk-native radicals. She was replaced in the Legion by Yera, a Durlan actress who used her native shapeshifting abilities to assume Violet's identity (the radicals had told her that Violet wished to go on a secret vacation). Legion deputy leader Element Lad and Science Police liaison Shvaughn Erin became suspicious of the fake Violet when Yera, wearing Violet's form, suddenly fell in love with Colossal Boy, who harbored an unrequited crush on the real Violet for years. Yera's charade was exposed and the real Violet was rescued. After her recovery from the trauma of her abduction, Violet resumed her Legion career. More cynical in personality, she became decidedly aggressive in her dealings with criminals. Eventually, she became the most skilled female Legionnaire in hand-to-hand combat (with the exception of Dream Girl).

After returning to active duty, Violet broke up with Duplicate Boy when she learned that, although he had discovered Yera's secret some months earlier, he had neither told anyone nor tried to rescue her. She later had a short-term romantic relationship with fellow Legionnaire Sun Boy.

During the "Five Year Later" storyline, it was strongly implied (but never explicitly stated) that she entered into a lesbian romance with another teammate, Lightning Lass.[4] After the Legion's disintegration in the aftermath of the Paul Levitz-written era, Violet returned to Imsk and was drafted to fight in a war against Braal, the home planet of her fellow Legionnaire Cosmic Boy. This ended with the "Battle of Venado Bay", during which she found herself saving a grievously-injured Cosmic Boy from her own comrades; he, delirious with pain, did not recognize her, and attacked her face, destroying her right eye and leaving her with a long scar along her face. The two later reconciled, and although she had her eye repaired, she chose to keep her scar as a reminder.

Before the Legion reboot, one of Violet's legs was disintegrated and subsequently replaced with an artificial one.

In the "Legion on the Run" storyline, she operated under the alias Virus, as Legion leader.

During the "Five Year Gap" following the Magic Wars, Earth fell under the covert control of the Dominators, and withdrew from the United Planets. A few years later, the members of the Dominators' highly classified "Batch SW6" escaped captivity. Originally, Batch SW6 appeared to be a group of teenage Legionnaire clones, created from samples apparently taken just prior to Ferro Lad's death at the hands of the Sun-Eater. Later, they were revealed to be time-paradox duplicates, every bit as legitimate as their older counterparts. After Earth was destroyed in a disaster reminiscent of the destruction of Krypton over a millennium earlier,[5] a few dozen surviving cities and their inhabitants reconstituted their world as New Earth. The SW6 Legionnaires — including their version of Shrinking Violet — remained. The "Five Years Later" stories were erased from the mainstream when the continuity was reset by Zero Hour.

Post-Zero Hour[edit]

Main article: Legion of Super-Heroes (1994 team)

Violet originally joined the Legion (as Shrinking Violet). In the final competition to become Imsk's representative, one of the other contestants, Micro, murdered the third finalist, Ion. After she apprehended Micro, Vi was gratefully accepted into the Legion, and despite her chronic shyness, quickly became close friends with the outgoing Kinetix who joined at the same time and who pushed her to become more outgoing. It was shortly after the depowered Kinetix had left on a search for new power artifacts that Violet came across the Emerald Eye of Ekron. Seducing her, it gradually allowed Vi to become more outgoing the way she wished to be to the point where she was elected Legion leader.

Keeping the Eye a secret after the mystically-repowered Kinetix returned (having been sent to search for the Eye) proved deadly. Innocently, she wished that all the Legionnaires would be granted their heart's desires. Unfortunately for Leviathan, his wish was for a heroic death which the Eye promptly arranged. Having had a longstanding crush on him, she was heartbroken by his death, and openly revealed the Eye's power in an attempt to revive him by forcing the Legionnaires to go on a galaxy-wide search for a means of resurrection.

It was only after she had remade the Legion, as well as the Earth, in the Eye's image and several accidentally freed Legionnaires tried to stop her that she realized it had all gone too far; she then commanded the Eye to "turn back time". Maliciously, the Eye took the opportunity to send half the Legion a thousand years into the past, while taking Violet herself into deep space to attempt to continue its brainwashing of its host. There, it sensed its prior master, Mordru (one of the few beings capable of using it against its will) had been reawakened. At this point, Violet and the Eye had merged, with the Eye being the dominant host. This joining was called Veye.

After she was freed from the Eye, and Mordru was defeated, Violet suddenly found herself with Leviathan's powers in addition to her own. Since then, she has alternated between using the codename LeViathan in tribute to him, and simply being known as Violet.

"Threeboot" continuity (2004–2009)[edit]

Main article: Legion of Super-Heroes (2004 team)

In this continuity, Shrinking Violet is also known as Atom Girl, a myth to all but the founding Legion members. She was considered a joke by the second wave of Legionnaires, until Brainiac 5 revealed her in the battle against Elysion of Terror Firma. She says she was exploring Brainiac 5's microverse and simply lost track of time. Invisible Kid used her name as a cover up to veil his tracks while spying on Brainiac 5. Subsequently, she assaulted Invisible Kid and after suspending him over the city, forgave him. She seems to quite like the image this gives her of being slightly crazy. She is fiercely loyal to Brainiac 5. Atom Girl overreacts to comments about her size and appears to feel hurt about appearing small in the eyes of the other Legionnaires, and seems unable to handle failure, as her rough facade only hides underlying self-image issues.

Infinite Crisis[edit]

Post-Infinite Crisis[edit]

The events of the Infinite Crisis miniseries have apparently restored a close analogue of the Pre-Crisis Legion to continuity, as seen in "The Lightning Saga" story arc in Justice League of America and Justice Society of America, and in the "Superman and the Legion of Super-Heroes" story arc in Action Comics. Shrinking Violet is included in their number.

In this continuity, which is basically a version of the "original" Legion had all of the retcons and manipulation of the timeline not occurred, Shrinking Violet is still at odds with Yera Allon, who joined the Legion as Chameleon Girl. It is revealed that her relationship with Lightning Lass from the Five Year Later gap had been incorporated into the main continuity and they are a lesbian couple.[6]

Powers and abilities[edit]

Violet has the superhuman ability to vary her size. Originally, she could only shrink (down to subatomic sizes, if necessary). In the post-Zero Hour reboot, the Emerald Eye bestows her with Leviathan's power to grow to giant sizes as well.

Equipment[edit]

As a member of the Legion of Super-Heroes she is provided a Legion Flight Ring. It allows her to fly and protects her from the vacuum of space and other dangerous environments. Brainiac 5 modified her ring, allowing it to alter size when she shrinks.

In other media[edit]

Shrinking Violet, voiced by Kari Wahlgren, has appeared in several episodes of the Legion of Super Heroes animated series. She was first mentioned in "Man of Tomorrow", and later had cameos in "Timber Wolf" and "Chain of Command", but her first real appearance is in "Sundown – Part 2" in which she helps the Legion spring the Fatal Five and the Emerald Empress out of prison. When they are double-crossed, Shrinking Violet sabotages the Emerald Eye from the inside. After this she appears in a green costume. She has a notable snorting laugh.

In season 2, she is featured prominently in "Chained Lightning" in which she uses her skills in transneuralplotonics, connecting a new robotic arm to Lighting Lad. Violet and Brainiac 5 seemed to have grown close in the episode "Chained Lightning"; whether this is just a friendship or something more was not explored before the series ended. In the episode "Message in a Bottle", Shrinking Violet appears as part of a party that headed to the shrunken bottled city of Kandor to stop the original Brainiac. She was teleported with the Legion (they were shrunk first, using a special laser) to the city. Her powers were affected, so she could not shrink normally. She stands taller than everyone else by a few feet (by their proportion). She could grow to colossal size (huge to the citizens but still tiny to normal humans) as well. This episode includes hints about her relationship with Brainiac 5. In the series finale, after the corrupt Brainiac 1.0 data which Brainiac 5 downloaded in "Message in a Bottle" comes to the fore, Brainiac 5 pushes Shrinking Violet roughly as he passes her in the hall. She is not seen again.

References[edit]

  1. ^Cowsill, Alan; Irvine, Alex; Korte, Steve; Manning, Matt; Wiacek, Win; Wilson, Sven (2016). The DC Comics Encyclopedia: The Definitive Guide to the Characters of the DC Universe. DK Publishing. p. 269. ISBN .
  2. ^Cadigan, Glen (2003). The Legion Companion. TwoMorrows Publishing. p. 23. ISBN . Retrieved 29 March 2020.
  3. ^Cadigan, Glen, ed. (2004). The Best of the Legion Outpost. TwoMorrows Publishing. p. 8. ISBN . Retrieved 29 March 2020.
  4. ^"Shrinking Violet & Lightning Lass". GayLeague.com. Retrieved November 25, 2017.
  5. ^Legion of Super-Heroes (Vol. 4) #38, late December 1992.
  6. ^Legion of Super-Heroes (vol. 6) Annual #1

External links[edit]

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Shrinking Violet

Salu Digby aka Shrinking Violet was born on 30th Century Earth to Imskian parents, inheriting their native ability to shrink to microscopic size. Salu grew up a very quiet and shy young girl. Despite this, she decided to attempt to join the Legion of Super-Heroes. Salu tried out for membership at the same time as Bouncing Boy and Sun Boy.

At that very same tryout, Supergirl and Brainiac 5 joined the Legion, admitted right away for their impressive powers. Due to her lack of confidence Salu failed in her first attempt to join. Triplicate Girl saw something special about this miniature applicant and convinced her to try again. Salu proved her mettle and became thirteenth member of the Legion.

Shrinking Violet proved a very useful Legionnaire though very shy around new people. Salu started a long-distance relationship with Duplicate Boy, of the Heroes of Lallor. Salu stayed true to Duplicate Boy even when pursued romantically by fellow Legionnaire Colossal Boy. Salu took Duplicate Boy to her home planet of Imsk on vacation, but was attacked by the Fatal Five. After the couple was rescued by the Legion, Colossal Boy again showed an interest in Salu, but she chose to return to her one true love Duplicate Boy.

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Comic Zootopia- Violet parte 1

Do not worry, whore, the owner will decide everything, go on. A couple of minutes later my phone rang, Olya called. Tim answered and immediately put everything in its place: - You no longer have a husband, now this is my whore and her name is Alice, in the photo. You can clearly see what she is doing at the moment.

There was a pause.

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I still had three minutes of this strange state in which she was, and all I had to do was slide into her. But no, I stopped. I wanted to fuck her, but obviously not that way.



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