Predator (DC) (01 - Carol Ferris)
Real Name: Carol Ferris
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In Predator's original appearance, he wore steel talons that he used as weapons. He also carried a powerful axe and a throwing knife. He wore glider-wings and infrared goggles, and carried a long rope on which he could swing. He also used Zamoron means of manipulating Earth people's minds.
The sentient embodiment of the violet light of love on the emotional spectrum.
When Carol Ferris was cured of her evil Star Sapphire persona, she developed a third subconscious identity, the male "Predator". Deprived of Hal Jordan's love at the time, Carol found everything she wanted from a man in the Predator - masculinity, strength, and care. Physically separated from Carol's body, the Predator repeatedly appeared as a mysterious figure, protecting Carol's beloved company Ferris Aircraft from the threats of Eclipso, the Demolition Team and Jason Bloch. He also established the company Intercontinental Petroleum (Con-Trol) to let her regain control of Ferris Aircraft. Finally, the Predator started to court Carol (who did not know that the Predator was a part of herself) and battled Hal Jordan for her love. Hal defeated the Predator and witnessed him merging with Carol into Star Sapphire.
Later, the Predator reappeared and revealed that he was actually an ancient parasite from the planet Maltus. With Jordan powerless, the Predator transformed Carol into a totally evil incarnation of Star Sapphire (who eventually murdered Katma Tui), and he impregnated Star Sapphire with a demonic entity.
Still later, Carol became the administrator of Extreme Justice's Mount Thunder facility. Soon, both the Predator and Star Sapphire were completely separated from Carol, and Star Sapphire actually gave birth to the child. It was revealed that Carol Ferris and Star Sapphire are two separate beings, and Sapphire was not Carol transformed as had previously been believed, but some sort of energy-based being who inhabited Carol's body. Shortly afterwards, the parents (Predator and Star Sapphire) were killed by Neron, who departed with their baby in his arms. (Extreme Justice #10-11)
An entity named (by Scar) as "the Predator" was later revealed as one of the manifestations in the emotional spectrum; the living embodiment of love. The entity was held by the Zamarons on their home world until freed during Sinestro's liberation of his yellow lanterns during Blackest Night
First Appearance: Green Lantern (1960) #178
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Blackest Night (2009)
HC DC Sampler (1983)
- 'Blackest Night'TPB
- 'Blackest Night'#1
Extreme Justice (1995)
Green Lantern (1960)
#178 Green Lantern (1990)
- 'A Bad Case Of The D.T.S!'#179
- 'Let Us Prey!'#181
- 'Take This Job...And Shove It!'#185
- 'In Blackest Day...!'#186
- 'In Brightest Night...!'#187
- 'A Day In His Life...'#188
- 'Decent Exposure'#189
- 'Time Out Of Mind!'#191
- 'First Star I See Tonight!'
#40 Green Lantern (2005)
- 'A Flash Of Evil'#41
- 'Predators and Prey'#42
- 'Death Times Two'
#57 Green Lantern: Mosaic (1992)
- 'What Happens in Vegas'
Superboy & The Ravers (1996)
#16 Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe (1985)
- 'Half-Life of the Party!'
- 'Phantom Girl to Pursuer'
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