Real Name: Blaze
Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Asgardian)/alternate reality (Earth-95514) goddess
Occupation: Goddess, superhero
Group Membership: Avengers
Affiliations: Loki (Loki Laufeyson), various unidentified Earth heroes
Enemies: Hela, Thor (Thor Odinson)
Known Relatives: Loki
Laufeyson (Loki, grandfather), Thor Odinson (Thor,
adoptive great uncle), Odin (adoptive great-grandfather), Freya
(adoptive great-grandmother), Laufey (great-grandfather), others
Base of Operations: Asgard
First Appearance: Spider-Man Magazine (I#14)
can summon the internal power of the universe itself to project energy
blasts. She also possesses wings capable of flight.
She likely possesses the same superhuman physical
attributes shared by all Asgardians including longevity, strength,
durability, immunity to Earthly disease, etc.
Weight: 420 lbs. (by approximation)
story) - The mischievous granddaughter
of the Asgardian Loki, Blaze sought to be a great hero like her great
uncle Thor and even battled the villainous Hela.
(Spider-Man Magazine (I#14)) - Traveling to Earth, Blaze met several Earth heroes.
(unpublished story) - Blaze ultimately joined the Avengers.
Comments: Created by Euriana Han.
Blaze was a product of Marvel's Spider-Man Magazine visiting Ms. Hopkins' third grade glass at Saratoga Elementary School in Springfield, Virginia circa 1995. Each child was asked to design their own superhero and only five of them were shown in Spider-Man Magazine's "Classy Super-Heroes" article in the fourteenth issue of the Magazine. In Blaze's case, she was created by then-third grader Euriana Han.
HUGE thanks to Blaze's creator, Euriana Han herself,
for providing more back story and an origin for Blaze, who wasn't given
much information at all in the original Spider-Man Magazine article!!
After Spider-Man Magazine I#10, the issues of the
Magazine no longer featured issue numbers and mostly were listed as
"Winter, 1995" and so forth, as the Magazine had went to a seasonal
publishing schedule instead of monthly like the earlier issues.
According to the indicias of the recent Adventures of Spider-Man &
Adventures of X-Men trade paperbacks (which reprinted the original
comic strips from Spider-Man Magazine), the issue that featured Blaze
would have been #14.
Earth-95514 was the designation given for the alternate future in which Blaze hails from.
Profile by Proto-Man.
Blaze has no known connections to:
Freya is the great-grandmother of Blaze due to Odin's adopting of Loki.
Hela once battled Blaze.
Laufey is the biological great-grandfather of Blaze.
Loki is the grandfather of Blaze and was known to be
quite mischievous, a quality Blaze seemed to inherit despite her desire
to become a heroine.
Odin is the great-grandfather of Blaze due to his adopting of Blaze's grandfather Loki.
Thor is the great uncle of Blaze by Loki's adoption
by Odin. Known as a great hero, Thor inspired Blaze to pursue heroism
images: (without ads)
Spider-Man Magazine (I#14), p8, pan2 (Blaze, main image)
Spider-Man Magazine (I#14) (1995) - "Classy Super-Heroes: Blaze" - Euriana Han (art), Amy Weingartner (editor)
First Posted: 04/09/2020
Last updated: 04/09/2020
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