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A Blue Beetle has been a part of the superhero community in the DC Universe in some form since , serving both as a solo adventurer and as a part of teams like the Justice League and the Teen Titans, creating one of the greatest heroic legacies in the DCU.
For more on Blue Beetle's history, visit his page on DCUniverse. Home Entertainment just announced that the DC Showcase series At long last, the climactic, extra-length chapter of "Who is Wonder Woman?
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Blue Beetle 1. VIEW GALLERY. Blue Beetle Character Facts Powers: alien technology, super strength, flight, durability, instant weaponry, combat skill.
First Appearance. MYSTERY MEN COMICS 1 Following DC's " Flashpoint " storyline Blue Beetle was one of 52 monthly titles launched in September , again starring Jaime Reyes.
The Blue Beetle scarab, previously shown as an artifact of magic, is later retconned as a tool of war of the Reach , an ancient race of cosmic marauders.
After being defeated by the Guardians of the Universe thousands of years ago and forced into a truce, the Reach poses as benevolent aliens lending their advanced technology to budding civilizations.
The scarab is a gift for that world's champion, giving him amazing powers and the knowledge of the Reach to protect his or her peers.
Secretly, the scarab is part of an advanced hive mind , with its own artificial intelligence covertly supplanting the wearer's own.
The wearer is turned into the "ultimate infiltrator ", a covert agent intended to take over its own world. The Blue Beetle scarab uses its serial number, Khaji Da, as its name.
In The New 52, the Reach forgoes the secrecy, and each wearer immediately becomes possessed by the scarab. It then uses its host's knowledge to decimate the world and prepare it for a full invasion by Reach forces.
In DC Universe: Rebirth , Ted Kord and Jaime Reyes believe the scarab is an alien device that bonded to Jaime's spine.
Kord is fascinated by this scarab and wants to investigate the potential of it while Jaime fears it. When Jaime leaves Kord's lab to get to school, Dr.
Fate appears in the lab to warn Kord that the scarab is not an alien device, but it is instead magic. This further sparks Kord's interest in the potential of the scarab.
Blue Beetle Ted Kord was seen in Alex Ross and Mark Waid 's limited series Kingdom Come. He is shown with the rest of the Charlton "Action Heroes" not as a member of Magog 's Justice Battalion , but as part of Batman 's group and later of the MLF Mankind Liberation Front.
He would be shown later in the title in a suit of armor powered by the then-mystic scarab, working with Batman's team.
In the novelization of the series, Batman thinks of Blue Beetle, along with Green Arrow and Black Canary , as his closest at the time friends.
Blue Beetle is killed with most of the other heroes by a nuclear explosion. The Multiverse acts as a storytelling device that allows writers to introduce alternate versions of fictional characters, hypothesize "What if?
For example, the Ted Kord of the Kingdom Come limited series is said to reside on Earth Spin-offs from the series Countdown to Final Crisis would introduce more alternate Blue Beetles in Earth the Gotham by Gaslight universe , set in a Victorian-like era, has its own version of Dan Garrett who in his secret identity is the leading Egyptologist at the Gotham Museum of Natural History and wears a monocle, appearing in The Search for Ray Palmer: Gotham by Gaslight.
The limited series Countdown: Arena depicted three more: Earth Blue Beetle, a swarm of sentient insects that form a man-shaped body calling themselves "The Scarab" , Ted of Earth, an anthropomorphic beetle, the pet of Mr.
Kord, and Earth Blue Beetle, a younger version of Dan Garrett, who has bonded with his scarab in the same way as Jaime Reyes. A new version of the Blue Beetle known as "Blue Scarab" was shown as a member of the Justice League in the apocalyptic future depicted in Justice League: Generation Lost.
He is stated as being the "descendant of the Blue Beetle", and has a very alien-looking appearance. An evil version has appeared in the antimatter universe of Qward , the universe of the Crime Syndicate of America , known as the Scarab.
Blue Beetle has appeared in the Justice League Unlimited spin-off comic book, in issues 5 and 8. The Blue Beetle had a short career on the radio, between May and September Motion picture and radio actor Frank Lovejoy was the Blue Beetle for the first 13 episodes, while for the rest of the shows, the voice was provided by a different, uncredited actor.
The Kingdom Come story, in which the Blue Beetle took part, has been adapted as an audio drama by John Whitman, based on the story by Mark Waid and Alex Ross and the novelization by Elliot S.
Maggin Time Warner Audio Books, Geoff Johns announced on his Twitter account that there is a live action screen test of Jaime Reyes as the Blue Beetle.
This screen test was used to trial the concept of a Blue Beetle television series. In the game Infinite Crisis , a multiplayer online battle arena developed by Turbine, the Jaime Reyes is playable character.
Jaime Reyes also appears in Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham and Lego DC Super-Villains as a playable character.
Jaime Reyes is also a playable fighter in Injustice 2. On the PBS children's educational series The Electric Company , the Blue Beetle was a bumbling superhero played by Jim Boyd who would often make matters worse instead of better.
He wore a mask, a hood with antennae, wings, tennis shoes, boxer shorts, and a T-shirt bearing the name "Blue Beetle".
Outside of the name, the character is unrelated to any of the comic book characters. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Name of Multiple DC Comics Superheroes. Dan Garrett , Ted Kord , and Jaime Reyes Art from the Blue Beetle Companion by Tom Feister.
See also: Blue Beetle comic book. Main article: Blue Beetle Dan Garrett. Main article: Ted Kord. Main article: Jaime Reyes.
Main article: List of Blue Beetle enemies. Main article: The Blue Beetle. Another artist, Charles Nicholas Cuidera , also drew Blue YEEtle stories later, and has claimed to have been the creator, but comics historians credit Wojtkoski.
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