Real Name: Demeityr

Identity/Class: Sub-species of humanity (Eternal of Titan)

Occupation: Adventurer

Group Membership: Eternals of Titan

Affiliations: Cloud, Gargoyle, Moondragon, Sundragon

Enemies: None

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Mobile in outer space
formerly, Titan, a moon of Saturn

First Appearance: Solo Avengers#18 (May, 1989)

Powers/Abilities: Demeityr possesses the natural abilities of an Eternal of Titan, including an advanced lifespan (he is currently over 700 years old) and enhanced physical abilities.

History: (Solo Avengers#18/2)- Demeityr befriended Pamela Douglas while she was living on Titan, awaiting the rebirth of her cousin Moondragon in a newly-cloned body. Pamela was attracted to him, but Moondragon found him lacking in intelligence. When Moondragon was finally reborn, she and Pamela chose to depart Titan. Demeityr tried to convince Pamela to stay, offering to find a surrogate to help care for Moondragon in her infant form, but Pamela was determined to depart.

Later, Pamela encountered members of the Dance race, and accessed her own innate superhuman powers. She somehow caused Demeityr to be teleported to her, and he joined her in her travels.

(Solo Avengers#20/2)- Demeityr journeyed with the others to visit Moondragon's old friend Cloud, but the reunion ended badly when Moondragon flew into a fit of rage over her still-young body. Demeityr departed to join Pamela in her quarters, but they were interrupted by a psychic attack from Moondragon. Moondragon created an illusionary form of her old body, and attempted to seduce Demeityr, but he was too frightened by her to love her. Pamela and Demeityr tried to fight Moondragon, but she overcame both of them, and cast them into space. They were rescued by Cloud, just as Pamela's powers fully surfaced, transforming her into Sundragon. They forgave Moondragon for her actions and then set off into space.

Comments: Created by Peter B. Gillis, James Brock and Roy Richardson.

by Prime Eternal

Demeityr should not be confused with:

Images taken from:
Solo Avengers#20, page 23, panel 4
Solo Avengers#18, page 19, panel 3

Solo Avengers#20 (July, 1989) - Peter Gillis (writer), James Brock (pencils), Roy Richardson (inks), Mark Gruenwald (editor)

Last updated: 11/23/04

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