This article needs maintenance and organization, as it may have become cluttered or confusing. Its heart is in a good place, it's just a little special. Won't you please help out an article in need? This template will categorize articles that include it into the Clean Up task category. Komand'r also known as Blackfire , the English translation of her Tamaranean name , is the elder sister of the Teen Titan Starfire. Komand'r was born the eldest child of Tamaran 's royal family.
Reinventing the pencil: 21 artists who changed mainstream comics (for better or worse)
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Jack Kirby Simply put, no artist had more of an influence on American comics this century than Jack Kirby. The former Jacob Kurtzberg was a restless self-improver, a workaholic, and a veteran idea man who created an art style that was highly distinctive and a massive influence on the rest of the industry. Though Kirby is rightly remembered for the miracles he worked in superhero comics, with his exciting fight-staging, efficient storytelling, cosmic scope, and love of crackling energy and unthinkable technology, he also drew everything from sports comics to romance tales to Westerns. Steve Ditko Stan Lee may have introduced adolescent angst to the superhero genre he certainly claims he did , but it took Steve Ditko to create a hero whose civilian life was as compelling as his crime fighting. He also worked the fantastic end of the spectrum on Dr. Strange , introducing the character of Eternity, a cosmic personification of the universe whose body was an outline filled with galaxies.
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The Abomination is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. He is one of the main enemies of the superhero Hulk. Debuting in the Silver Age of Comic Books , the character has been featured in other Marvel-endorsed products such as arcade and video games , animated television series , merchandise such as action figures and trading cards. In , the Abomination was ranked as IGN 's 54th-greatest comic book villain of all time.
The Dominators , collectively known as the Dominion , are a fictional alien race appearing in comics and other media by DC Comics. Coming from the outer cosmos of the DC Universe , they are highly technologically advanced, and live in a rigid hierarchical society, in which one's caste is determined by the size of a red circle on one's forehead. They are master geneticists who can manipulate the metagene to enhance members of their own caste.