Dazzler is a female comic superhero who features in Marvel Comics.
Personality and attributes
Powers and abilities
Alison could use her powers in other ways such using sound as a form of echolocation in order to find people. (X-Treme X-Men v2 #4) Dazzler had the ability to actually create light-based holograms of other people though she rarely used this power as she did not feel it was useful and it was hard to accomplish this feat. (Astonishing X-Men v4 #17)
Her ability to absorb allowed her to take the brunt of incredibly powerful sonic attacks where she could release the energy into a single giant light-based assault able to devastate enemies. The process was known to hurt and left her exhausted in the aftermath. (Astonishing X-Men v4 #17)
She was shown to be capable of lifting the magical Asgardian hammer Lightbringer that was wielded by her counterpart in the Thor Corps on Battleworld. (A-Force v2 #7) Alison was shown to had kept the weapon in her van for safekeeping. (Dazzler: X-Song v1 #1)
- Dazzler was created by Tom DeFalco, John Romita, Jr., Louise Simonson and Roger Stern where she made her first appearance in Uncanny X-Men v1 #130 (February, 1980).
- In A-Force v2 #5 (2016), an alternate version of Dazzler was shown as an inhabitant of Battleworld on the world designated as Earth-15513. This version was chosen to be a member of the Thor Corps on the planet and enforced the law of God-Emperor Doom with her being given her own mystical hammer called Lightbringer.
In other media
- In X-Men: Pryde of the X-Men, Dazzler appeared in the pilot for the animated television series where she was voiced by actor Alexandra Stoddart.
- In X-Men, Dazzler appeared in the 1990s animated television series where she was voiced by actor Catherine Disher.
- Uncanny X-Men v1:
- X-Treme X-Men v2:
- A-Force v2:
- Uncanny X-Men:
- Dazzler: X-Song v1:
- Astonishing X-Men: