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Nemesis (Marvel) (03 - 'Jane Doe')
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Only known as "Jane Doe", this incarnation wears a costume identical to the first Nemesis, and uses the original's sword and, on occasion, has used a teleportation device. Nothing about her past has been revealed, save that she once led a cult called the "Children of the Night". Only her first name (Jane) has been revealed, and that was used only once and only in her first appearance - although Scott Lobdell, the writer, suggested that this was a reference to Jane Doe - i.e., name unknown. It has been speculated that she may actually be the original Nemesis in a regenerated or new body.

The second Nemesis was introduced as a member of Canada's new government sanctioned team, Gamma Flight, and remained a member until the team was disbanded, at which point she fled to keep her teammate Wild Child from being placed in government custody. After Alpha Flight was reinstated, Wild Child, now a full member of Alpha Flight, rescued her from Rok, the new leader of the Children of the Night. She accompanied him to the Alpha Flight headquarters and became an associate, but not a member, of Alpha Flight.

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First Appearance: Alpha Flight (1983) #76

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Issue Appearances:
Alpha Flight (1983)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008)

Group Affiliation(s):
Gamma Flight (02 - Government Team)

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