Flare Adventures 13 Publisher: Heroic Publishing Written By: Wilson Hill Art By: Gordon Purcell, Terry Pallot, J. It features adventures of Flare, the Black Enchantress and Psyche.
Flare Adventures 14 Publisher: Lou Mougin Art By: Henry Martinez, Rob Lansley, J. Flare Adventures 15 Publisher: Dennis Mallonee Art By: For the first time in color, Flare's classic adventure in Olympus begins anew. Flare Adventures 16 Publisher: Flare Adventures 17 Publisher: Relive Flare's very first encounter with the savage Tigress. Flare Adventures 18 Publisher: She appeared in the six-issue run of the Champions comic published by Eclipse Comics , then in several of her own comics series as well as The League of Champions , all published by Heroic.
A comic strip is syndicated by Creators Syndicate. Flare was one of four children that were raised by a group of expatriate Nazi scientists located in Brazil and connected with an international group of criminals known as DEMON.
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The four of them were aged and given unique abilities by the scientists, who hoped to use them as a new group of perfect humans. Flare's three "siblings" consist of a sister, Olga, who also became a superheroine under the name Sparkplug ; a brother Philip who became a prominent member of the occult criminal organization DEMON before he was killed by Malice ; and another brother named Tomas, aka Overman.
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Though the four of them have always referred to each other as "brother" or "sister", stories published in various Heroic Publishing titles have hinted that they have varying parentage. Flare's mother is Katrina Feran, a.
The identity of her father is uncertain. Though the two chief possibilities are Eric Schadel a powerful member of DEMON, and Katrina Feran's former lover and Hans Gottmann head of the Nazi scientists who raised Flare and her siblings , Flare refuses to acknowledge the possibility that either one is her father, instead using her mother's last name.
Flare was the title character in the comic book series Flare Adventures by Heroic Graphics. Champions II by Bruce Harlick.