Star Sapphire is the name of several fictional characters in DC Comics; many of them are villainous, and all connected in origin. Within DC continuity, an immortal race of warrior women were depicted as having the ancient tradition of choosing physically identical mortals from across the cosmos to serve as the host body for their queen. The woman chosen to serve this queen is called Star Sapphire. She is given the queen's symbolic weapon: a crystal resembling an actual star sapphire that grants
The Star Sapphires is a fictional organization appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, they are one of the seven Corps empowered by a specific color of the emotional spectrum within the DC Universe. Though their roots can be traced back to the earliest appearances of the Star Sapphire queens, they have entered into a significant plot role as part of the 2009–2010 Blackest Night crossover event. First formed by the Zamarons at the conclusion of the Mystery of the Star ...
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Star Sapphire (comics) Not long ago, this article only contained information pertaining to various supervillains in DC Comics that served the position of Star Sapphire. In the Blackest Night story arc in the Green Lantern/Green Lantern Corps series, though, the Star Sapphires are now a group entity and one of the seven Corps that play a major role in the War of Light.
The Star Sapphire article would have five images (three without the Dela Pheron image and Justice League animated series image; two without the Star Sapphire gem image as well), and the Star Sapphires article would have four images (three without the violet power ring image).
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Star Sapphire (comics) [[File:|250px]] Cover of Green Lantern vol. 2, 16 (Oct 1962) Publication information Publisher(s) DC Comics Debut All-Flash Comics #32 (Dec 1947/Jan 1948) Creators Robert Kanigher Lee Elias (Notra) Gerry Conway In-story information Alliances Zamarons Powers wields a Zamaron star sapphire
The first version of the character appeared in All-Flash Comics #32 (Dec-Jan 1947) and Comic Cavalcade #29 (Oct-Nov 1948) and battled the Golden Age Flash. This Star Sapphire claims to be a queen from the 7th Dimension, and attempts to conquer Earth by destroying all the ...
Carol Ferris is first introduced in S.O.S. Green Lantern!, which ran in Showcase vol. 1, issue #22 (October 1959). In her original appearance, Hal Jordan becomes employed at Ferris Aircraft and (after asking her to dinner) she makes it clear that she does not date employees ...
Dela Pharon was introduced as the third woman to hold the position of Star Sapphire in Green Lantern vol. 2, issue #41 (December 1965). Technically speaking, however, Carol Ferris simultaneously appears as Star Sapphire in the same issue.
The Star Sapphires are first mentioned in the context of a group during a conversation between Carol Ferris and Hal Jordan immediately after Ferris has just recovered from having been possessed by the Star Sapphire stone during Mystery of the Star Sapphire. Ferris explains ...
Sins of the Star Sapphire, running in Green Lantern Corps vol. 2, issues #29-32 (December 2008-March 2009), is the story arc in which the formation of the Star Sapphires is shown. It both introduces important members of the new corps and reveals distinguishing features which ......
In the issues of Green Lantern and Green Lantern Corps serving as preludes to the Blackest Night event, the Star Sapphires continue to make preparations for the predicted conflict. After undergoing treatment within a violet conversion crystal, Fatality emerges as a newly ...
Sins of the Star Sapphire Sins of the Star Sapphire, running in Green Lantern Corps vol. 2, issues #29–32, is the story arc in which the formation of the Star Sapphires is shown. It both introduces important members of the new corps and reveals distinguishing features which set them apart from their peers.
Females called Star Sapphire have plagued the heroes of the DC Universe since the Golden Age of Comic Books. The most prominent of them has been Carol Ferris, the sometime girlfriend of Hal Jordan, better known as Green Lantern.
Tragic Superheroine Carol Ferris is a fictional character and superheroine appearing in the DC Comics Universe. She is one of many characters who has used the name Star Sapphire, and was the long-time love interest of Hal Jordan, the Silver Age Green Lantern.
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