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Killer Frost
Publication information
DC Comics
First appearance
(Frost) Firestorm # 3(June 1978)(Lincoln) Firestorm (vol. 2) # 21(March 1984)
Created by
Gerry ConwayAl Milgrom
In-story information
Alter ego
Crystal FrostLouise Lincoln
Team affiliations
(Frost)Secret Society of Super VillainsHudson University(Lincoln)Suicide SquadInjustice LeagueSecret Society of Super Villains
(Both) Cold and ice manipulation
Killer Frost is the name of two fictional characters, DC Comics supervillains that appear mainly as foes of the superhero Firestorm.
1 Crystal Frost
2 Louise Lincoln
2.1 Origin
2.2 D.C. and Chicago
2.3 One Year Later and Countdown
3 Powers and abilities
4 Other versions
5 Other media
6 Notes
7 References
Crystal Frost
Crystal Frost first appeared in Firestorm #3 (June 1978). While Crystal Frost was studying to be a scientist in Hudson University, she fell in love with her teacher, Martin Stein. While working on a project in the Arctic, Frost was upset to learn that Stein didn't reciprocate her feelings. Frost accidentally locked herself in a thermafrost chamber, but somehow survived. She was transformed in a way that she is able to absorb heat from a living being and project the cold and ice. Now calling herself Killer Frost, she began her murderous crusade against men and has clashed with Firestorm on many occasions. Frost died after she absorbed too much energy from Firestorm.
Louise Lincoln
Dr. Louise Lincoln first appeared in Firestorm (vol. 2) # 21 (March 1984). She was a colleague and friend to Crystal Frost. After her friend died, she decided to repeat the experiment as a last respect to her former mentor, and became the new Killer Frost. She became just as ruthless as her predecessor and began her own personal vendetta against Firestorm, who she blamed for Frost's death. She briefly served as a member of the Suicide Squad and sold her soul to Neron for more power.
During the Underworld Unleashed event, Killer Frost attacked Hawaii, freezing part of the islands before being stopped by Superboy and Knockout.
Killer Frost was later freed by Effigy and the two had a brief flirtatious partnership before she was apprehended by Green Lantern.
D.C. and Chicago
Killer Frost was one of many supervillains seeking to earn a $1 billion reward offered by President Lex Luthor to sanction Superman and Batman, whom he considered treasonous. This takes place in the Superman/Batman "Public Enemies" arc. She teams with Mr. Freeze, Icicle, and Captain Cold in an attempt to ambush the two heroes in Washington D.C., but all four were defeated. They attack in a second wave, along with more villains such as Giganta and Gorilla Grodd but a similar backup of superheroes batter them all into submission. It was later discover that this ice-themed team of villains was being mind controlled by Gorilla Grodd in Superman/Batman #3.
Dr. Light hires Killer Frost and Mirror Master to attack Green Arrow and Black Lightning at a hospital in Chicago, Illinois where Kimiyo Hoshi is being held. Green Arrow stops Killer Frost by firing an arrow filled with Greek fire into her thigh. Unable to absorb the heat from the arrow, she is soundly defeated by Green Arrow (Volume 3) #54-55.
One Year Later and Countdown
Killer Frost was later seen in the Justice League of America Wedding Special, battling the new Firestorm, until Lex Luthor, Joker, and Cheetah arrived, subdued Firestorm, and invited her to join the new Injustice League. She is currently seen in Salvation Run.
In DC Universe #0 she can seen as the member of Libra's Secret Society of Super Villains.
Powers and abilities
Both versions have shown the ability to absorb heat from external sources and transmute it into waves of cold. Using these powers Killer Frost can create an ice-sheen across her entire body, and generate objects composed completely of ice, such as projectiles (ice daggers) and defensive walls. She can also instantly freeze animate matter through physical contact. In the video game Justice League Chronicles, Eclipso noted that Killer Frost was the only one with a heart dark enough to free him from his prison.
Other versions
Killer Frost (Crystal Frost) appeared along with Mr. Freeze, Captain Cold, Minister Blizzard, Cryonic Man, Icicle, Polar Lord, and Snowman in Justice League Adventures.
Killer Frost has appeared in the Justice League Unlimited spin-off comic book. Her appearances are in issues #21.
Other media
Killer Frost has appeared in episodes of the Justice League animated series voiced by Jennifer Hale. She joined Gorilla Grodd's Secret Society only because she wanted to kill. She was the one responsible...(and so on) To get More information , you can visit some products about garden decoration light, antique oil lamps, . The Garden Light products should be show more here!

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