Dee Tyler appears in 73 issues.
Father of Dee Tyler (Phantom Lady).
As a happy-go-lucky hero and devoted family man, Buddy Baker can mimic the powers of any animal on Earth and beyond. His powers come from a connection with the morphogenetic field of Earth, also known as the Life Web or the Red.
The son of the Golden Age Atom, Grant Emerson became a hero after the Zero Hour triggered his powers. He has been a member of the Titans, the Freedom Fighters and the Justice Society of America.
Son of the original Starman, Jack Knight reluctantly took up his father's mantle.
Dee's mentor and trainer.
Stormy Knight is the third woman to assume the time-honored role of Phantom Lady. As with the previous two Phantom Ladies, she is a member of the Freedom Fighters.
Dr. Kitty Faulkner is a scientist at S.T.A.R. Labs in Metropolis. She was working on a solar energy project when an accident happened, giving her the ability to absorb solar energy and transform at will into a 9 ft. tall, golden skinned, super-strong version of herself. She earned the name Rampage because when she transforms, she's more hot-tempered, aggressive, and uninhibited than normal. Though she mostly acts as a hero as Rampage, there have been a few times when her temper has gotten the better of her.
A one shot character from a Phantom Lady story in the post-Crisis universe.
The first Human Bomb (Roy Lincoln) and the second Phantom Lady (Dee Tyler) served together as members of the Freedom Fighters, and died fighting side-by-side against the Secret Society of Super-Villains.
The second Black Condor (Ryan Kendall) and the second Phantom Lady (Dee Tyler) first met as JSA reservists before they served together in Uncle Sam's Freedom Fighters. The two died side-by-side during the Infinite Crisis.
Son of the original Ray, Raymond Terrill, is capable of turning his entire body into a living laser light.
Uncle Sam is the founder and leader of the The Freedom Fighters. His powers include strength, size manipulation, and invulnerability. His powers are derived from the belief in America.
After hitchhiker William Payton falls asleep under the stars, he awakes months later to find that he has been imbued with superpowers. Adopting the super heroic personality of Starman, William must face the fact that not everyone wants him to have powers...
This edit will also create new pages on Comic Vine for:
Until you earn 1000 points all your submissions need to be vetted by other
Comic Vine users. This process takes no more than a few hours and we'll
send you an email once approved.
Use your keyboard!
Log in to comment