Stormguard (Character)

Stormguard
Stormguard

Publisher: DC Comics

Real Name: Unknown

Created by: Jeff Lemire, Dan Jurgens, and Brian Azzarello

First Appearance: The New 52 Future’s End #2, 2014

Nationality: American

Team Affiliations: The Justice League

Legal Status: U.S Citizen with no criminal record

Weight: 234 lbs    Height: 6’2

Eyes: Brown        Hair: Black

Relatives: Unknown

Skills and Abilities:  Skilled hand to hand combatant.

Powers: None

Equipment: Stormguard wears two wrist mounted golden gauntlets capable of generating energy constructed shield and blade. It also has a teleportation button allowing him instant access to the Justice Satellite.

His also wears body armor to enhance his resistance to injury.

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Biography

Stormguard is a war time veteran but everything else in his past is a mystery [Future’s End #16]. He first appears as a member of the Justice League during the Future’s end storyline after Green Arrow’s death [Future’s End #2]. He was also present for the dissolution of the Firestorm due of Jason Rusch and Ronnie Raymond [Future’s End #11]. When Rampage almost killed a disguised Billy Batson, Stormguard was the one who saved his life [Future’s End #18].

He later aided the Justice League when they battled Martian Manhunter on Mars [Justice League Future’s end #1, Justice League United Future’s end #1].

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3 thoughts on “Stormguard (Character)

  • February 10, 2015 at 4:05 am
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    Enough with the stars and stripes on all the brothers already. …not feeling dude!😡

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    • February 10, 2015 at 7:04 pm
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      agree, not feelin it either.

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  • June 18, 2018 at 4:09 pm
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    Although, I agree with the stars and stripes comment, Stormgaurd has a lot of potential to be explored. Jon Stewart was another military vet that became a very powerful in the DCU, Val-Zod os another hero that needs more exploration and deeper exposition. I feel that black characters get a summary of an exposition and used as back up or plot pushers. Bring back the days of Milestone comics, and we as a whole need to create more ethnic or cultural heroes, rather than, the stereotypical.

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