Ultraman (DC)(Anti-Matter Universe)
Real Name: Clark Kent
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◾ Vampiric Anti-Kryptonian Physiology: Originally an antimatter Kryptonian, Ultraman was transformed by the second Mandrakk who used the original Mandrakk's essence to make him a living dead vampire. ◾ Kryptonite Radiation Absorption: Ultraman's cellular structure allows him to absorb, store and metabolize Kryptonite to fuel all of his abilities. The only type of Kryptonite he has been seen empowered by so far is the positive matter universe's Green Kryptonite.
◾ Ultrastrength: Ultraman had enough strength to momentary push the 70 miles long "Echo of Midnight" destroyer and singlehandedly hold the endless Book of Limbo.
◾ Invulnerability: Ultraman's body is extremely impervious to harm, even through he was vulnerable to the power of the sun, it took an entire legion of solar-powered Supermen in order to successfully destroy him.
◾ Flight: Ultraman can defy gravity and fly under his own power.
◾ Heat Vision: Ultraman's eyes can emit beams of concentrated heat.
◾ Enhanced Senses ◾ X-Ray Vision: Ultraman's eyes can see through even Captain Adam's silver skin.
◾ Microscopic Vision: Ultraman can see far beyond the microscopic level.
Ultraman is a supervillain counterpart of Superman native of the antimatter universe.
He was brought to the New Earth universe by antimatter Mixyezpitelik in order to specifically help the Superman of that universe to defeat the Megistus. Once there, Ultraman assumed Superman's Clark Kent identity to get Superman's attention. Unable to accept working with the positive matter Superman on an equal basis, and being changed into a basic duplicate of Superman, Ultraman was largely ineffective against the Megistus who changed the yellow sun into a red giant.
With both Superman and Ultraman almost depowered, the two teamed up with several heroes to attack Megistus. Still retaining enough of his original nature to be powered by Green Kryptonite, Ultraman was able to deliver the defeating blow when Superman tricked Megistus into attacking him with Green Krptonite.
The ruse largely worked, though Megistus was able to deform Ultraman before he could return to his native Earth.
Ultraman was recruited by the Monitor Zillo Valla into joining the Supermen of the Multiverse to protect the Monitor's world from the incoming threat.
When the Ultima Thule was under attack, Ultraman was the first one to engage the attacker with extreme prejudice when Superman joined him to push the destroyer towards Earth-51. Once settled on the "Graveyard Universe", Ultraman took the endless Book of Limbo claiming that he has proof that evil wins, and there's nothing Superman can do.
Heralding the rise of the evil Monitor Mandrakk, Ultraman intended to spread his word throughout the Multiverse when he was confronted by Captain Adam who, with his unbounded power, was capable of merge and control the resulting energy of Superman and Ultraman's matter/antimatter collision to transfer it into the Monitors' weapon against Mandrakk. The dark Monitor defeated, Superman and Ultraman were separated with the latter cast out and found by another evil Monitor who turned him into a living dead vampire.
Joining his new master against Superman, Ultraman and Mandrakk were confronted by the now larger Supermen of the Multiverse accompanied by the Green Lantern Corps who combined their might to finish him and his master once and for all.
First Appearance: JLA: Earth 2 (1999) OGN HC
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Adventures of Superman (1987)
#603 Batman/Superman (2004)
- 'Baby Talk'#604
- 'Mirror, Mirror'#605
#18 DC Comics: the Sequential Art of Amanda Conner (2012)
- 'Kennt Ihr Den Schon...?'
HC Final Crisis (2008)
- 'DC Comics: the Sequential Art of Amanda Conner'
Final Crisis: Superman Beyond (2008)
#1 JLA (1997)
- 'Superman Beyond'#2
- 'Superman Beyond'
#107 JLA Secret Files 2004 (2004)
- 'Syndicate Rules Part One: Maintenance Day'#108
- 'Syndicate Rules Part Two: The Favor Bank'#109
- 'Syndicate Rules Part Three: Aftershocks'#110
- 'Syndicate Rules Part Four: 36 Hours, The Calm Before'#111
- 'Syndicate Rules Part Five: 36 Hours, The Storm'#112
- 'Syndicate Rules Part Six: Divided'#113
- 'Syndicate Rules Part Seven: Worlds in the Balance'#114
- 'Enemies And Enemies And Enemies'
#1 JLA: Earth 2 (1999)
- 'Amazo to Green Arrow'
#1 JSA: Classified (2005)
- 'A Journey Into Mystery'
#3 Justice League of America (2006)
- 'Power Trip, Part III'
#50 Justice League of America: Another Nail (2004)
- 'JLA: Omega, Part 1: Worlds Collide'#51
- 'JLA: Omega, Part 2: The Power of a Million Souls!'#52
- 'JLA: Omega, Part 3: D.C. Challenge'#53
- 'JLA: Omega, Part 4: Finale'
Niespodzianka Fun Media (2003)
Power Girl (2006)
#6 Superman/Batman (2003)
- 'Candor: Part 1'#7
- 'Candor: Part Two'#8
- 'Candor: Part 3'
Annual 01 The Brave and the Bold (2007)
- 'Stop Me If You've Heard This One...'
Villains United (2005)
- 'Villains United, Part Five: Victims of Aggression'
Crime Syndicate of Amerika (DC)(Anti-Matter)
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