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X'Hal is a female comic character who features in DC Comics.






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

She was shown as being mortal once when her world came under attack from the makers who abducted her along with others for experimentation. These experiments tortured her and she was transformed into a powerful cosmic being where she destroyed the ship of her abductors. As an energy being, she drove the invaders from her star system and for that she came to be worshipped as a god whose worship stretched across dozens of systems. Among those worlds that came to worship her was Tamaran whose people believed that she freed them from their enemies and brought peace to their world. One day, the makers who transformed her returned and attacked a planet under X'Hal's protection where she lashed out at anger upon seeing her former abductors. Her power was responsible for destroying the planet she was protecting leaving the survivors resentful where they turned away from their faith in her as they came to believe all gods were false which needed to be destroyed. Thus, the survivors formed a band of warriors called the Godkillers who went through the cosmos to slay deities and get revenge against X'Hal. At some point, X'Hal decided to leave her home system and departed for deep space leading to a band of Tamaranean pilgrims following their goddess into space to find her. (Green Lantern: New Guardians v1 #29)


Personality and attributes

She came to be referred to as the Light and the Fire. (Green Lantern: New Guardians v1 #28)

Powers and abilities

She was able to conduct a level of molecular telekinesis in such a short frame of time that was beyond the abilities of a Guardian of the Universe. (Green Lantern: New Guardians v1 #28)

Her acolytes and followers formed a religious group that came to also be known as the Light and the Fire. (Green Lantern: New Guardians v1 #28)


  • X'Hal was created by Marv Wolfman, Roger Slifer and Keith Giffen where she made her first appearance in New Teen Titans v1 #24 (October, 1982).


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