Neron (DC)

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Neron is a male comic demonic supervillain that features in DC Comics.

Contents

Biography

Origin

Neron

Post-Flashpoint

Following the Flashpoint, a new version of reality was created with a different history of events.

Neron was the demon that tormented Apollo after his soul was sent to Hell. (Midnighter and Apollo v1 #2)

Overview

Personality and attributes

Powers and abilities

Notes

  • Neron was created by Mark Waid and Howard Porter where he made his first appearance in Underworld Unleashed v1 #1 (November, 1995).

In other media

Television

  • In Legends of Tomorrow, Neron appeared in the live-action television series fourth season set in the Arrowverse where he was first referenced in the episode "Hell No, Dolly!". He was shown to had approached Constantine in the past about making a deal but when he refused then Neron decided to possess the body of his lover Desmond. During the next confrontation with Constantine, he was forced to send both Neron and Desmond to hell thus damming the man he had come to love. Within Desmond's body, Neron returned to Earth where he approached Hank Heywood where he offered to give him power in exchange for a supply of magical creatures. Heywood thus co-opted the resources of the Time Bureau and secretly began to kidnap the magical creatures the Legends had acquired.

Video games

  • In Infinite Crisis, Neron was referenced in the MOBA video game with an artefact named Neron's Contract that was purchasable for the players Champion. The description stated that it was stained with drippings from demon blood taper and contained the terms for trading the signer's desires for their immortal soul. It was mentioned as being a contract with the 'Lord of Lies' and that it rarely benefited the bargainer in the long term.

Appearances

  • Underworld Unleashed v1:
  • JLA v1:
  • Midnighter and Apollo v1:

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