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Kismet (DC)
Real Name: Ahti
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Powers:
Vast, godlike capabilities

Bio:
Kismet is a female cosmic being in the Superman comics. She holds a place in the DC comics cosmos that is equivalent to Marvel's cosmic character Eternity. Kismet was transformed the power source of Strange Visitor for a time and is seen as a god. Not much is known about Kismet because of her rare appearances in comics. Kismet is known for having saved Clark Kent's father while he was dying and searching for Superman. She is a member of The Lords of Order. Shown in Our Worlds At War storyline, she is the protector of the DC Universe. In JLA/ Avengers she, alongside Eternity, was captured by Krona by the use of 12 objects of incalculable power in the hopes of destroying their respective universal embodiments, in the hopes of surviving the destruction into the new universe that follows.

Notes:


First Appearance: Adventures of Superman (1987) #494

Other Identities:
Strange Visitor

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Issue Appearances:
Action Comics (1938)
Adventures of Superman (1987)
Avengers/JLA (2003)
JLA-Z (2003)
JLA/Avengers (2003)
Superman (1987)
Superman Forever (1998)
Superman: King of the World (1999)
Superman: Secret Files (1998)
Superman: The Man of Steel (1991)
The Death and Return of Superman Omnibus (2007)

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