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Gudra
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Powers:
She possessed superhuman strength. As a Valkyrie she had the power to remove the soul from a dead person's body. (The Valkyries of Norse legend were "choosers of the slain," who brought the souls of heroic warriors slain in battle to the other dimensional realm of Valhalla.) Gudra carried a shield and was a master swordswoman. The touch of her lance could kill.

Bio:
A Valkyrie who was brought to Earth from another dimension by Adolph Hitler's use of the mystical Spear of Destiny (See D.C. Special #29).

Notes:
Gudra rode on a winged horse Stormwind, that had the ability to fly.

This character was intended as a villainous replacement for the Earth-2 Wonder Woman in the post Crisis on Infinite Earths continuity.

First Appearance: Young All-Stars (1987) #1

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Issue Appearances:
All-Star Squadron (1981)
Deathstroke (1995)
Detective Comics (1937)
Who's Who: Update '87 (1987)
Who's Who: Update '88 (1988)
Young All-Stars (1987)

Group Affiliation(s):
Axis Amerika (01 - Young All-Stars Villains)

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