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Evil Star

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Publication information
Publisher DC Comics
First appearance (Pompton)

(unknow)
Green Lantern vol. 2, #37 (June, 1965)
In story information
Alter ego - (I) Guy Pompton
- (II) Unknown
Abilities (II)
Brilliant but twisted mind
Starbrand prolongs life, generate energy blasts, and form 'light constructs'. Starling minions possess superhuman strength & invulnerability.

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Justice Society adversary

Guy Pompton, owner of Ace Movie Rental Agency and a crimelord, donned a costumed identity to stop a movie studio from completing a film that used a script that would have exposed his criminal activities. He fought the Justice Society but possessed no superhuman abilities. The Justice Society of America, or JSA, is a DC Comics superhero group, the first team of superheroes in comic book history. ...


Green Lantern adversary

A scientist on the planet Auron dedicated himself to cheating death by drawing power from the stars themselves. He invented the starband, which made him immortal, but twisted his mind toward evil and prematurely aged his fellow Aorans. The people of Auron wanted him to destroy the starband, but having tasted immortality he refused to give it up. The ensuing battle left all of Auron lifeless except for the scientist, now known as Evil Star. Evil Star sought new worlds to conquer and came into frequent conflict with the Guardians of the Universe and the Green Lanterns, including Hal Jordan. STARS can mean: Shock Trauma Air Rescue Society Special Tactics And Rescue Service, a fictional task force that appears in Capcoms Resident Evil video game franchise. ... The Fountain of Eternal Life in Cleveland, Ohio Immortality (or eternal life) is the concept of living in physical or spiritual form for an infinite length of time, or in a state of timelessness. ... For other uses, see Evil (disambiguation). ... Hal Jordan is a fictional character, a DC Comics superhero. ...


The Guardians later sent Evil Star to the Erral Rehab Facility, where they used a brain wave nullifier in an attempt to cure him. This rehabilitation was only partially successful, as the nullifier stimulated his subconscious, recreating the Starlings, who brought him the Star Brand. Evil Star fled to Earth in a confused state, believing the Starlings were persecuting him. He fought with Ferrin Colos, one of the Darkstars, who flooded Star's mind with reminders of the lives he had taken, starting with his homeworld. Evil Star's mind shut down, and he was returned to the Guardians for re-education. The Guardians of the Universe are fictional characters in the DC Comics universe. ... This article is about Earth as a planet. ... Darkstars Issue 1 A fictional intergalactic squadron of cosmic cops that no one had heard of before 1992 in DC Comics. ...


During Underworld Unleashed Evil Star was freed by Neron, with enhanced Starlings, but returned to captivity by the Darkstars and Guy Gardner. Underworld Unleashed was a crossover by DC Comics in 1995. ... For the US Weather Observation Network, see NERON. Neron is also an alternative name of the Roman Emperor Nero. ... Guy Gardner is a fictional character, a comic book superhero published by DC Comics. ...


Powers & Abilities

Guy Pompton has no powers.


The later Evil Star has a brilliant yet twisted mind, and his primary weapon is the Starband. The starband draws the energy of the stars to prolong Evil Star's lifespan, create force blasts or hard light constructs, and powers the Starlings. Starlings are miniature versions of Evil Star that possess superhuman strength and invulnerability, and are under his complete control. Starlings need direct commands from Evil Star to function, and they become directionless if he is unconscious. If Evil Star is kept away from starlight for a prolonged period, his powers fade away.


Other media

In the 1960s Green Lantern cartoon Evil Star was featured in the episode "Evil is as Evil Does" by Filmation. Title card from The New Adventures of Superman Title card from Aquaman The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure was a Filmation animated series that aired on CBS from 1967 to 1968. ... The first Filmation logo. ...


Evil Star was the main antagonist in a Justice League novel[citation needed]. His background is similar to the comics, except that he tries to establish himself Monarch of Ulandira (Auron's capital city Ulandir). Justice League is an American animated television series about a team of superheroes which ran from 2001 to 2004 on Cartoon Network. ...

In Justice League Unlimited, Evil Star was seen at Roulette's Metabrawl and is reported to be a member of the Secret Society led by Gorilla Grodd. It was said that this version could be Guy Pompton, but he is seen shooting a fireball strong enough to knock out Lightray of the New Gods with a single blow like the alien version does. Though he could be a combination of both. The Flash (inhabiting the body of Lex Luthor) once called him "Evil-Head Guy" in the episode, "The Great Brain Robbery", and was one of the few members of the Secret Society that survived the final Apokoliptian assault on Earth. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Justice League Unlimited (or JLU) was the name of an American animated television series that was produced by and aired on Cartoon Network. ... Justice League Unlimited (or JLU) was the name of an American animated television series that was produced by and aired on Cartoon Network. ... Roulette is a fictional character, a supervillainess in the DC Comics universe. ... The Secret Society of Super Villains (SSoSV) is a group of comic book villains that exist in the DC Universe. ... Gorilla Grodd is a fictional character appearing in DC Comics, primarily as an opponent of The Flash. ... Lightray (Sollis) is a DC Comics superhero. ... The New Gods are a fictional race published by DC Comics, as well as the title for four series of comics about those characters. ... The Flash. ... Lex Luthor is a fictional DC Comics supervillain and the archenemy of the superhero Superman. ... In the DC Comics fictional shared Universe, Apokolips was the planet ruled by Darkseid, established in Jack Kirbys Fourth World series. ...

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