Power Ring (Character)

Created by: Gardner Fox

1st appearance: Justice League of America #29, 1964

Nationality: Unknown

Team Affiliations: Crime Syndicate of America

Legal Status: Known criminal

Height: 6’              Weight: 235 lbs

Eyes: Brown         Hair: Black/Bald

Relatives: Unknown

Skills and abilities: Unknown

Powers: Power ring is the earth three version of Green Lantern thus his ring can create just about anything back by the power of his will and imagination.

 Facts: Power ring is an D.C earth 3 inhabitant and a member of the crime syndicate of America. Over the years Power ring has been portrayed as a white man with blond hair or brown hair and in the Dc animated movie crisis on two earths as a white man with Black hair. In the Justice league comic however he was portrayed as an evil John Stewart. This version had the most distinct visual flair and is one of my favs 🙂

Biography

Power ring met a demon named Valthoom while traveling and was grated limitless power in the form of a power ring and battery. Using his new powers he fashioned the power ring identity and turned to a life of crime. He eventually joined with his fellow earth three criminals to form the unbeatable Crime syndicate of America, a parallel to the Justice League of America. After conquering their world they tried it on earth prime where they were defeated by the Justice League of America, him in particular by John Stewart.

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2 thoughts on “Power Ring (Character)

  • April 4, 2011 at 2:19 am
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    How could you forget Aquaman rival, Black Manta, the dude that wanted to take over the seas because “The white man already taken over the land”. How could you forget such a classic… racist white fantasy of black vengeance.

    To be fair his modern incarnation shy away of his poorly written earlier history. He’s now just a random insane black dude with a beef with Aquaman.

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