Homicron II

History

Homicron is a native of Alpha, a planet inhabited by a peaceful race of scientists whose Envoys turn into energy beings to explore the cosmos. Homicron rescued the Apollo 19 capsule carrying Major Ted White, Lt. Robert Ross and Dr. Jonathan McDouglas, and enabled the craft to return safely to Earth, but by so doing, became trapped by the planet's magnetic field. When Major White succumbed to a heart attack, Homicron merged into his body, inheriting his memories and his fiancée, Dr. Rita Tower, a NASA physicist. Dr. Tower designed an energy converter which enabled Homicron to regain human form. His subsequent attempts to recontact his homeworld attracted the attention of the Kyrosians, a race of imperialistic aliens. They captured Homicron and attempted to convert his energy into pure plasma, but only succeeded in driving him insane.  

Frank Universal and Sally Swift enlisted the help of C.L.A.S.H., and in turn the agency sent Starlock to stop Homicron's rampage. Eventually, Ted White's host body could no longer contain Homicron's energies and disintegrated. The energy was then absorbed into Dr. Tower's body, who now exists in a symbiotic state with the Alphan Envoy. The new Homicron then became allied with the Strangers

The new Homicron first helped C.L.A.S.H. and the Strangers defeat the Necromancer and went into the heart of the Sun to confront Duke Oxian. Later, during a battle with the Guardian Starfist, she converted into antimatter and was temporarily exiled into the negative dimension of Zhud where she became bonded with Miss Meteor. But with the help of the Zorr-Ko, she returned in time to help the Strangers fight Kera.

She was recently captured and incapacitated by Salamandrite No.17 and later accompanied Tanka and Starlock back to the era of King Kabur. She then helped Professor Quanter save Zhud from the Hemocrats. She and Starlock have recently become lovers.

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