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Bloodwynd is a fictional character in the DC Comics).

Bloodwynd is the descendant of a group of African-American slaves Slavery is involuntary servitude, enforced by violence or by other methods. It is sometimes an expectation associated with other relationships, such as marriage and other family relations, military service, or debt relationships. See debt slavery.

Unfree labour is a generic term which includes all forms of slavery and similar labour systems, including serfdom.

The article on abolitionism deals in detail with the 19th century advocacy to abolish formal slavery, in first Britain and the British Empire and later the United States.
..... Click the link for more information.  of a man named Jacob Whitney. These slaves created the magical Blood Gem and used it to kill Whitney. The Blood Gem was passed down among the slaves' descendants. Unbeknownst to them, the Blood Gem was a gateway to another dimension, and the demon A demon is a supernatural evil or malicious spirit, capable of possessing a human being. The Greek word daemon, δαίμονες or δαιμόνια was used in the Septuagint translation of the Hebrew Bible and in the Greek originals of the New Testament. The medieval and neo-medieval conception of "demon" has derived without a break from the ambient popular culture of Late Antiquity.
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 Rott claimed the souls This page is about the spirit; for the music, see soul music, and for the capital of South Korea see Seoul.

The soul, in several philosophical movements and many religious traditions, is the core essence of a being. In some traditions it is considered immortal; in others it is considered to be mortal. In most religions, and some philosophical movements, a soul is strongly connected with notions of the afterlife, but opinions vary wildly even within a given religion as to what happens to the soul after death. Many within these religions and philosophies believe the soul is immaterial, while others feel it may indeed be material.
..... Click the link for more information.  of those killed by the Gem's magic.

In recent times, Rott sucked Bloodwynd into the Gem and mind controlled Mind control (or thought control) theory states that an outside source can control an individual's thinking, behavior or consciousness (either directly or more subtly). This is a more modern term for "brainwashing". In the anti-cult movement and Christian countercult movement mind control has the meaning of strong influence acquired and maintained by manipulation.

Introduction: propaganda and overt persuasion


..... Click the link for more information.  the Martian Manhunter J'onn J'onzz, the Martian Manhunter, is a fictional comic book hero appearing in DC Comics. He is a native of the planet Mars and possesses powers beyond those of normal human beings, including telepathy and the ability to change shape. His usual appearance is of a tall hairless green-skinned humanoid.

History

J'onn J'onzz first appeared in 1955, in a back-up story in Detective Comics
..... Click the link for more information.  into impersonating him. Using Bloodwynd's identity, the Manhunter joined the Justice League as one of their more mysterious members. When the JLA fought Doomsday Doomsday is the name of a fictional supervillain in the Superman comic book series, published by DC Comics.

Doomsday was created in 1992 by writer/artist Dan Jurgens for a story arc in the Superman series of comic books that was titled "The Death of Superman." In this series, Doomsday was an ultra-powerful destructive villain who engaged in a seemingly endless, mindless
..... Click the link for more information.  alongside Superman This article is about the superhero. For shows of the same name featuring him, see Superman (movie) and Superman (serial). Alternative meaning: ‹bermensch

Superman, also called The Man of Steel, is a fictional character (created 1938), a superhero, present in comic books bearing his name from DC Comics. The character has also been in various television series and movies. Superman was born on the planet Krypton and was sent to Earth by his father moments before his planet exploded. On Earth he grew up as a human and assumed an alter-ego as a newsman while also doing good with his superpowers.
..... Click the link for more information. , Blue Beetle The Blue Beetle is a fictional superhero published by DC Comics. The first Blue Beetle was created by Fox Features Syndicate; the rights to the name and character were sold to Charlton Comics, who were in turn bought by DC Comics, who introduced their own Blue Beetle. DC's Blue Beetle is arguably the more popular and well-remembered of the characters to bear the name.

The original Golden Age Blue Beetle was
..... Click the link for more information.  realized Bloodwynd's identity when his cryptic teammate was incapacitated by fire FIRE can stand for

  • Foundation for Individual Rights in Education
  • Fully Integrated Robotised Engine, an engine from Fiat.



For other uses see fire (disambiguation).

Fire is a rapid, self-sustaining oxidation process of combustible gases ejected from a fuel. It starts by subjecting the fuel to heat or another energy source, e.g. a match or lighter, and is sustained by the further release of heat energy.
..... Click the link for more information. , to which the Martian Manhunter was especially vulnerable. Once the Martian Manhunter was freed of the mental control, the Justice League battled Rott and freed Bloodwynd. Bloodwynd joined the League, though he distanced himelf from his teammates, which led to his resigning from the team.

Bloodwynd is an accomplished sorcerer. He can also summon the spirits of the dead, which give him life energy and increased power.

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