Who is DC Comics Icon? “Superman” of the Old South

Who is DC Comics Icon? “Superman” of the Old South

New Sage Presents – This video explores the abilities, powers, and origin of the DC Comics character “Icon.” From his life as an alien Terminan named Arnus, crash-landing in a southern U.S. cotton field during 1800’s, his craft rebuilding his genetics to blend in with a nearby woman, growing to be a Terminan and human hybrid with extreme powers similar to Kryptonians like Superman, helping others achieve freedom with the “Underground Railroad,” assuming the name Augustus Freeman IV and being a successful lawyer, meeting and teaming up with his sidekick Raquel Ervin aka Rocket, joining the heroic “Shadow Cabinet” team, being the strongest superhero in “Dakotaverse,” mistakenly fighting and besting Superman, to then becoming good friends with Superman and the Justice League; Let’s take a look at this powerful DC superhero, and literal “Icon” of the civil rights movement in comic books. This includes a short, canon character biography and my own opinionated “Sage Rating,” which I use to give ratings of comic books and science fiction characters.

Section XX Fantasy Fight – (Icon Vs Blue Marvel)

Marvel Comics Blue Marvel. Possibly the Strongest Being on Earth.

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This video explores the abilities, powers, and origin of the Marvel Comics character “Blue Marvel.” From Adam Brashear’s history as a fullback and genius Theoretical physicist and Electrical Engineering PhD at Cornell University, his accidental exposure to anti-matter radiation from an experiment on the “Negative Zone,” becoming a stable and vastly powerful living “anti-matter generator,” battles with his former friend turned supervillain named “Anti-Man,” the social climate of the 1960’s leading to uneasiness him being such a powerful black superhero, his temporarily forsaking his accomplishments as a U.S. Marine and receiving a “Presidential Medal of Freedom” as the “Blue Marvel,” visits to the moon and becoming close friends with “Uatu the Watcher,” multiple successful battles against some of the strongest beings in the Marvel Universe including the Sentry, Hulk, King Hyperion, Ms. Marvel, Ares, Wonder Man, Iron Man, and the Avengers, to his becoming a member of Luke Cage’s Mighty Avengers; Let’s take a look at this Marvel superhero, and one of the most powerful characters in the Marvel Universe. This includes a short, canon character biography and my own opinionated “Sage Rating,” which I use to give ratings of comic books and science fiction characters.