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Erik Storn was one of the selected by Lexcorp for the Everyman Project. After receiving the powers, he was placed alongside others who were selected to placed on the Lex Luthor-backed Infinity Inc. as the new Fury, the name previouslly used by Lyta Trevor-Hall.
After Lex Luthor was discovered to have orchestrated the death of hundreds of Everymen after their failed battle during Black Adam's rampage, the surviving Infinity Inc. members noticed a change in their powers. Their exo-genes altered, giving them new, more psychologically demanding powers. Erik also saw a shift in personality. He developed a stutter and did not feel comfortable in his own body. He also lost his old powers and attained new ones, represented in a superpowered female form who called herself Erika. With an altered personality, Erik(a) embraced his/her new feminity.
Erik, Natasha and Lucia were captured by the Dark Side Club and were mind controlled into battling each other until they were eventually freed.
After the separation from Infinity Inc., Jimmy Olsen came in online contact with Amazing Woman (under the username 'Eternity 7734') who has information on General Lane's plot including 'Project Breach'. Lane was housing a planet killer. Jimmy arranges to meet Erik to discuss the project but when he arrives Project 7734 has tried to kill Erik. Codename:assassin tortured him beforehand and shot him, while trying to find information about the mysterious Project 7734.
Where Erik Storn was a feeble stuttering boy Erika Strong was the polar opposite. As the Fury, he had claws, heightened senses, and agility. His attitude were also less gentle, different from the boy under the mask. Amazing Woman was his strong super confident female alter ego. When in this form Erik feels confident and possesses increased strength and stamina, which he uses to overcome the bullying he receives from his teammate, Jerome. Along with the rest of Infinity Inc., Erik used the team as a support group to help heal their fractured psyches while fighting crime.