Aqualad

Aqualad

Publisher: DC Comics

Real Name: Kaldur’ahm

Alias: Kaldur, Jackson, Jackson Hyde, Kaldur’ahm

Created by: Greg Weisman, Brandon Vietti and Phil Bourassa

1st appearance: Brightest Day #4, 2010

Nationality:  unknown

Team Affiliations: Teen Titans

Legal Status: High school minor with no criminal record

Height: 5′ 9             Weight: 170 lbs

Eyes: Brown         Hair: Black

Relatives: Unnamed mother (Deceased), Black Manta (father), unnamed uncle and Aunt (Adopted parents)

Skills and abilities: Skilled in the use of weapons

Powers: Jackson has the power of Hydrokinesis- allowing him to shape, manipulate and control water in his immediate vicinity. In addition to this he manifests webbed hands and gills when in contact with water. He can also release an electrical charge throughout his body. Since being born in the Bermuda triangle it has been theorized that he has the additional power to unlock the Xebel prisons found there.

He also possesses weapons called “water bearers” which allows him to better focus his powers.

Biography

Jackson’s mother was abducted in the Bermuda triangle by Xebel forces (a rogue fanatic sect of Undersea people who can manipulate water). They performed experiments on his mother and him and she died while undergoing the process. The experiments gave him the power to release them from there prison but eh was stolen by princess Mera who took him to his Aunt and Uncle in New Mexico.  As he grew up he was warned to never come in contact with water but as he grew older however he eventually did and manifested powers. His adopted dad took him to a place containing a treasure also left by Mera and his biological father Black Manta and Aquaman showed up and battled for the boy. Traveling with Aquaman he learned of his heritage and his destiny as prophesied in the Aquawar. He joined with the rest of the Aqua-family to battled Black Manta and the Xebel Forces. It was he who successfully sealed the dimensional breach thus ending the threat to the world.

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About Ryn Fraser

Caribbean born college teacher with a degree in Philosophy, founder/CEO of World of Black Heroes, freelance writer and all around comic book geek. I enjoy a good book, video games, movies and most of all fatherhood. Written credits include work for Wikipedia, Comicvine, Independent comics, IGN, Gamespot, and Islandstage.net. View all posts by Ryn Fraser

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