FIRE STAR WOMAN

Real Name: Unrevealed

Identity/Class: Fringe character, possibly human mutant or mutate (see comments)

Occupation: Superhero

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: None

Enemies: Dr. Thunder Bolt, Web Man

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Unrevealed

First Appearance: Spider-Man Magazine I (#16) (Winter, 1996)

Powers/Abilities: Fire Star Woman apparently possesses the power to completely destroy any and all enemies she has. She was seen projecting a green energy from her head and red energy from her hands, suggesting perhaps some sort of mental abilities, but the exact nature of her power to destroy her enemies remains unrevealed.

Height: Unrevealed
Weight: Unrevealed
Eyes: Brown (see comments)
Hair: Blonde

History:
(Spider-Man Magazine I (#16) - "Super Heroes & Villains" story) - Fire Star Woman was a superheroine who had the power to destroy her enemies such as Web Man and Dr. Thunder Bolt.

Comments: Created by Angela Mai.

    Fire Star Woman is a product of the 1994 Spider-Man Magazine's "Super Heroes & Villains" (originally called "Create Your Own Super Hero or Super-Villain") section that ran in most issues of the magazine. In the case of Fire Star Woman, she was created by (then) 7-year old Angela Mai of Peoria, Illinois. Due to Fire Star Woman's nature as a fringe character, there is no evidence to support Fire Star Woman's existence on Earth-616 but there is also no evidence to suggest she isn't native to Earth-616 either...

    No origin was given for Fire Star Woman but I'm leaning more towards her being a mutant or mutate, given that her powers do not appear to be tech-based.

    Fire Star Woman's physical stats were impossible to approximate, as she was never seen next to any other character to allow an educated approximation....

    Fire Star Woman appeared in the 16th issue of Spider-Man Magazine but later issues of the magazine did not have numbers, only seasonal dates (such as "Winter 1996" in Fire Star Woman's case). Later reprints of the exclusive comics from the magazine have given the issues numbers to better differentiate which issue came out when.

    Any similarity between Fire Star Woman and Sonya Blade's design in the Mortal Kombat 3 video game is purely coincidental, I'm sure...

    Fire Star Woman's eyes appear to be brown but it's somewhat hard to tell in the tiny image of her seen in Spider-Man Magazine I (#16), not to mention that the drawing appears to be colored with either crayons or colored pencils, making the colors on her face sort of run together a little bit...

Profile by Proto-Man.

CLARIFICATIONS:
Fire Star Woman
should be distinguished from:


Dr. Thunder Bolt

Dr. Thunder Bolt was a known foe of Fire Star Woman.


--Spider-Man Magazine I (#16) - BTS

Web Man

Web Man was a known foe of Fire Star Woman.

--Spider-Man Magazine I (#16) - BTS

images: (without ads)
Spider-Man Magazine I (#16), p28, splash page (Fire Star Woman, main image)

Appearances:
Spider-Man Magazine I (#16) (Winter, 1996) - "Super Heroes & Villains" segment - Angela Mai (text, art), Amy Weingartner (editor)


First posted02/04/2023
Last updated: 02/04/2023

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