Firestorm appears in 919 issues.
Albert Michaels has confronted Firestorm before when helping the Flash, Barry Allen. When Firestorm helped absorb the radiation from Flash's body he became drunk off of Albert Michael's radiation.
Turned into a new Parasite along with her brother, Alex. Enemy of Superman.
The Anti-Monitor is The Monitor's counterpart from The Anti-matter Universe. He is responsible for the original Crisis on Infinite Earths, was the sole Guardian of The Sinestro Corps and once, against his will, was the source of The Black Lantern Corps Central Power Battery.
A spy for the Crime Syndicate who infiltrated A.R.G.U.S. and the Justice League in order to weaken Superman and facilitate the Crime Syndicate's invasion of Earth.
Bazooka Joan is a Firestorm enemy, a member of the Assassination Bureau. She used a flying vehicle equipped with a bazooka. not impressed, Firestorm reconfigured her bazooka to a popcorn machine.
A Green Martian that was exiled from Mars after the "Blue Inferno" event that eradicated all life on the planet.
The original champion of the Wizard, Black Adam's disdain for morality and hunger for power were punished with eternal imprisonment within the tomb of Ramesses II. Following his escape, he usurped the throne of Kahndaq by force, and has become one of the most powerful enemies of Billy Batson, the superhero known as Shazam.
Nicknamed "The Nuclear Man," Firestorm has power over fire and heat, and can alter the atomic structure of objects.
He's a villain of Firestorm and he's working for Dr. Megala.
Evil leader of the Assassination Bureau and enemy of the original Firestorm.
Firestorm was the first hero to encounter the rampaging Brimstone.
<b>Nicknamed "The Nuclear Man," Firestorm has power over fusion fire and heat, and can alter the atomic structure of objects. Bug and his partner Byte fought Firestorm on several occasions but where defeated on every occasion.
Nicknamed "The Nuclear Man," Firestorm has power over thermal fire and heat, and can alter the atomic structure of objects. Byte would battle Firestorm along with her brother Bug but would be unable to unite and beat the nuclear man. Her true hate for the superhero community is due to to hate towards him.
Captain Cold, Leonard Snart, is a villain in DC comics. Snart is the ruthless and intelligent leader of the Rogues, a criminal team operating in Central City, and wields a cold gun during the commission of their crimes.
She's arguably the first 'super villain' that the Jason incarnation of Firestorm; played a huge role in his development and acceptance of his role as a hero. She also seemingly absorbed his ability to turn intangible (though that ability has surfaced again, recently).
When Injustice League fought Firestorm. Cheetah tore into him with animal instinct, she was stopped killing him by Lex.
Clarissa Clemens is the former wife of Martin Stein (Firestorm) and a high-ranking member of the 2000 Committee.
Social and political rival of Ronnie Raymond during his high school days, became so obsessed with his rival that he was driven insane and became the second Thinker, using Multiplex and Typhoon to battle Firestorm.
Artifical intelligence member of the Five.
A former scientist who became an ice-based villain after an accident in a thermafrost chamber gave her the ability to generate and control cold.
Worshipped as the "God of Evil", Darkseid is one of the most powerful beings in existence and the supreme monarch of planet Apokolips. Considered as one of the Justice League's worst adversaries, the greatest enemy of New Genesis and one of the greatest threats to the DC Multiverse, he seeks to bend everything and everyone to his will and remake the cosmos in his image, while searching for the Anti-Life Equation.
Deathstorm is Ronnie Raymond and Jason Rusch's ultimate foe. Created from both their minds, this sadistic carbon-copy of the Black Lantern Firestorm seeks to turn the two against one another and overload them with so much emotional trauma that it will re-ignite the Big Bang and destroy the Universe.
Sadist. Torturer. Coward. Treacherous Desaad is all of these things, and chief counselor to Darkseid. He oversees the day to day operations of Apokolips with a cruel hand.
One of the Justice League's oldest foes, Despero was transformed by the Flame of Pytar into a galactic tyrant whose psychic might is matched only by his prowess as a physical juggernaut.
Devastator is the Batman of Earth -1. Betrayed when his world's Superman went rogue, he infected himself with the Doomsday virus to become a monster powerful enough to destroy the Man of Steel.
A super-villain who uses his superior mind and dreaming powers, centered on an invention called the Materioptikon, to commit crimes.
A one shot character from a Justice League of America story during the pre-Crisis universe.
Mentor of Jason Rusch in Future's End, working on building/mass producing teleportation tech, harbors a hatred against superheroes for not making this technology available to the public and inadvertently causing the death of his wife, his thwarted teleportation experiment gave him magnetic powers and the ability to become the new Dr. Polaris
Eobard Thawne was a brilliant scientist born in the 25th century, where Barry Allen's heroism as the Flash is the stuff of legend. Seeking to emulate his idol, Thawne traveled back in time to meet the Flash, but learned instead that his destiny was to become the Reverse-Flash, Allen's greatest nemesis. Rendered unstable by this knowledge, Thawne set out to erase Barry Allen from history and establish himself as the one true Flash.
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