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Glorith of Baldur is a villain from the Legion of Superheroes comics. A pretty blonde woman with varying degrees of magical power from the nonexistent to the godlike, she is a D-list villain that was promoted to godlike status during the continuity confusion following Crisis and the erase of Superboy. The Legion of Super-Heroes is a team of comic book superheroes in the future. ... Superboy is the name of two fictional characters published by DC Comics. ...


The original Glorith of Baldur was a nonpowered henchwench of the Time Trapper who was sent back in time from the period that the Time Trapper ruled to the 30th century in order to destroy the Legion. Her career was remarkably short lived with the Time Traveller simply boring of her obnoxious attitude and killing her with a hourglass that reversed her age to nothingness. The Time Trapper The Time Trapper is a villain from the Legion of Superheroes comics. ...


This was not the end of Glorith as she was soon retconned to being alive again with the Time Trapper's death at the hands of Mon'el and thus subsequent nonexistence. Glorith was the wife of Mordru the Merciless, who was then Emperor of the Universe. She was a potent sorceress in her own right and intended to rewrite the past to steal command of the universe from him. Monel aka Valor Monel is hero of the Legion of Superheroes. ... The Lords of Chaos and Lords of Order are complementary groups of supernatural entities with godlike powers that appear in DC Comics, most notably as part of the back-story of Doctor Fate. ...


Glorith continued to meddle in Legion history, attempting to seduce Mon'el and trying to set herself up a deity. She was eventually revealed to be the elder incarnation of Legion mascot Lori Morning and also potentially the past self of the Time Trapper before it was revealed that Cosmic Boy was. Cosmic Boy (Rokk Krinn of the planet Braal) is a comic book superhero in the DC Comics universe. ...


At the end of Zero Hour, a female Time Trapper was seen after Cosmic Boy Trapper's death, so it is possible that Glorith survived the destruction of her timeline. After the Reboot however, nothing was heard about either she or the Time Trapper. Whether she even exists in the Threeboot is a matter of conjecture but is unlikely.


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