Nia X (Character)

Publisher:  Advent Comics

Created by:  Tony Kittrell

1st appearance:  Champions of Hope Graphic Novel (cameo)

Nationality:  Nubian

Aliases:  Princess; The Amazing African Amazon

Team Affiliations:  The Vanguard

Legal Status:  Member of the Nubian Royal Family

Height:  6’6   Weight:  495 lbs  

Eyes:  Brown        Hair:  Black

Relatives:   Nimrod (Father), Sheba (Daughter), Negus (Grandfather), Tribesman (Uncle), Pharaoh (Great Uncle)

Skills and abilities:  Like all Nubians, Nia is an immortal.  She has mastered use of both the bo staff and sword.  She is also a skilled combatant who has mastered most of the world’s fighting styles.   

Powers:  Possesses vast superhuman strength, speed, invulnerability and durability.      

Weapons:  None

Biography

Nia X is the royal princess and a member of The Nubians (a hidden race of immortals who reside in the quasi, other-dimensional African kingdom of Kush).  As a child, she was enamored with the tales of her father’s adventures outside of Kush.  When the American hero Legend came to Kush seeking assistance, she left Kush to aid the hero as a member of The Vanguard.     

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11 thoughts on “Nia X (Character)

  • September 25, 2010 at 9:07 am
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    This is a very poor hair choice for this woman’s hair. Her hair should be natual. It does not have to be an afro. I think a good choice would be locs. Locs can be both sexy and professional. The thin, miniature locs can simulate European women’s hairstyles even a ponytail. I also think she could be a little darker and her nose a little less European. When I first saw her, I thought she was Brazilian. She in no way looks “black” African unless she is mixed race.

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  • September 25, 2010 at 12:24 pm
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    ONLI STUDIOS.com has a title and character called “Sustah-Girl, Queen of the Black Age”.
    Visit the Graphic Novels page on the site.

    We welcome Nia in the long line of Black Age characters and products.

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  • September 25, 2010 at 1:10 pm
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    Good looking stuff! I’m an independent writer in the ATL. If you looking for some writing asssitance hit me up. I’d love to contribute.

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  • September 25, 2010 at 3:16 pm
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    This is not a diss but she looks remarkably like Fairchild from “Gen-13.” They should at least alter the costume.

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  • November 7, 2010 at 7:17 pm
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    That is Halle Berry’s face on someone else’s body

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  • August 18, 2016 at 8:10 am
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    That is Halle Berry’s face on someone else’s body – At least it’s better than, say, Kittwell race swapping her into another race in one of his stories and keeping her that way like creators at Marvel did with Asian-woman-but-realy-White-woman Psylocke.

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