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The eldest child of the planet Xanshi's ruling family, the girl who would one day call herself Fatality was sent off-world to be educated by the fabled Warlords of Okaara. When Xanshi was destroyed due to a miscalculation by Green Lantern John Stewart (in Cosmic Odyssey), she became her world's sole survivor. Learning of Xanshi's fate, and that a Green Lantern was responsible, she left Okaara and dedicated herself to becoming the deadliest warrior in all the universe. Remaining ignorant of Stewart's identity, she swore vengeance on all Green Lanterns, hunting down members of the Corps and accumulating a grisly collection of trophies.
When the Green Lantern Corps was rendered powerless, Fatality viewed the last Green Lantern, Kyle Rayner, as her ultimate prize. Their conflict took them from Earth to a desolate planetoid, where during combat she discovered Stewart was to blame for Xanshi's destruction. Fatality seemingly perished in the battle, though no body (save a severed arm) was recovered.
Fatality would later reappear on Earth, having acquired a prosthetic arm and a Qwardian yellow power ring. She again fought Kyle Rayner, who convinced her to remove the yellow ring. The Qwardians had booby trapped the ring, causing it to explosively teleport away after being removed, thus destroying Fatality's (remaining) arm.
After being imprisoned on Earth for a while, she was eventually released by Major Force. She has since been seen working as a bounty hunter in the Vega System in the 2005 miniseries Green Lantern Corps: Recharge.
She became a member of the Secret Society of Super Villains and while in battle she had her ear ripped off by Vandal Savage's daughter, Scandal.
Most recently, she as seen among the new Injustice League.
First Appearance: Green Lantern (1990) #83
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Blackest Night (2009)
HC Blackest Night: Rise of the Black Lanterns (2010)
- 'Blackest Night'TPB
- 'Blackest Night'#0
- 'Death Becomes Us'#1#7#8
HC Blackest Night: Special Edition (2012)
- 'Blackest Night: Rise of the Black Lanterns'TPB
- 'Blackest Night: Rise of the Black Lanterns'
Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps (2009)
HC Green Lantern (1990)
- 'Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps'TPB
- 'Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps'#2
#50 Green Lantern (2005)
- 'Emerald Twilight, Part 3: The Future'#50 (DC Universe Variant)
- 'Emerald Twilight, Part 3: The Future'#82
- 'Adventures in Babysitting'#83
- 'Retribution, Part 1'#84
- 'Retribution, Part 2'#85
- 'Retribution, Part 3'#111
- 'Fatal Attraction'#112
- 'Standing Tall'#122
- 'Stand in the Fire'#131
- 'Outswimming the Undertow'#132
- 'While Rome Burned, Part 1: An Orphan's Heart'#141
- 'House on Fire, Part 1'#142
- 'House on Fire, Part 2'#144
- 'The Battle of Fire and Light'#156
- 'Walking Tall'#176
- 'Homecoming? Part 1'#177
- 'Homecoming? Part 2'#178
- 'Homecoming? Part 3'
HC vol. 05 Green Lantern Corps (2006)
- 'Rage of the Red Lanterns'#36
- 'Rage of the Red Lanterns: Part 2'#38
- 'Rage of the Red Lanterns: Part 4'#38 (Second Printing)
- 'Rage of the Red Lanterns: Part 4'#40
- 'Agent Orange: Part 2'#41
- 'Agent Orange: Part 3'#42
- 'Agent Orange: Part 4'#44
- 'Only The Good Die Young'#46
- 'Life Blood'
#30 Green Lantern Corps: Recharge (2005)
- 'Empty-Handed Heart'#46
- 'Black Dawn'
Green Lantern Secret Files (1998)
Green Lantern Secret Files and Origins (2002)
Green Lantern: Larfleeze Christmas Special (2011)
#1 Green Lantern/Sinestro Corps Secret Files (2008)
Orange You Glad It's Christmas?!/Where Did Glomulus Go?'
JLA: The Ultimate Guide to The Justice League of America (2002)
Justice League of America (2006)
#13 Justice League Wedding Special (2007)
- 'Unlimited, Chapter 2'#14
- 'Unlimited, Chapter 3: Two Against Nature'#15
- 'Unlimited, Chapter 4: Unleashed'
#1 Salvation Run (2008)
- 'Unlimited, Chapter 1: Injustice League'
#3 The Atom and Hawkman (1968)
- 'All You Need Is Hate'#5
- 'Through a Glass Deadly'#6
- 'Burning Down the World'
The DC Comics Encyclopedia (2004)
HC Villains United (2005)
- 'The DC Comics Encyclopedia: Updated And Expanded'HC
- 'The DC Comics Encyclopedia'
- 'Villains United, Part One: And Empires in Their Purpose'#2
- 'Villains United, Part Two: A Fire in the Steppes'#3
- 'Villains United, Part Three: Privileged to Spill Her Blood'
Injustice League Unlimited
Secret Society of Super-Villains (03-Current)
Sinestro Corps (DC)
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