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Vixen ist eine Comicfigur und ein Superheld, die von Gerry Conway und Bob Oksner kreiert wurden. Sie erschien zuerst in Action Comics # , veröffentlicht von DC Comics. Vixen ist eine Superheldin im Besitz des Tantu-Totems, mit der sie den Geist. Für alle Episoden der Serie führt James Tucker, der bereits zu Animationsfilmen von DC diese Rolle übernahm, Regie. Für der Produktion zeigen sich die. Vixen: In der animierten Spin-off-Serie zu „Arrow“ und „The Flash“ beschließt die verwaiste Mari McCabe, sich nicht dem Terror ihrer Stadt . Für den namensgebenden Hauptcharakter, siehe Vixen Für die Superheldin aus Legends of Tomorrow. eine Modedesignerin aus Detroit. Mithilfe eines magischen Amuletts, dass ihr die Fähigkeiten verschiedener Tiere geben kann, ist sie als Superheldin Vixen.
Harnessing the powers of animals through her mystical Amulet, vixen stands 6,75" tall with incredible detail, dozens of points of articulation and accessories. Nach ihrem Debüt als animierte Web-Serie wechselt die Superheldin Vixen bald in die "Realität" des kleinen DC-Serienuniversums. Vixen. USA, –. Vixen. CW Seed/Warner Bros./DC Comics.
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Cartoons Warner Bros. Young Justice —13, — Teen Titans Go! Despite no longer working with the League, Vixen was one of the heroes hunting down Maxwell Lord at the start of Justice League: Generation Lost , and was presumably mind-wiped by him along with most of the Earth's population.
She and Black Canary later traveled to San Francisco in order to help Zatanna capture a group of humans who had been transformed into Were-Hyenas.
Sometime after her resignation from the JLA, Vixen traveled to the rundown neighborhood of Liberty Hill in order to recruit Tattooed Man for a new team of heroes she is putting together.
However, Vixen discovered that a group of gang bangers who had formerly worked under Tattooed Man had taken control of the community and made a fortune for themselves through crime.
Mistakenly believing that Tattooed Man was responsible for the acts of violence committed by his former thugs, Vixen rescinded her offer and attacked him.
Vixen is recruited by Batman to join his new Justice League of America. Vixen is later seen working on behalf of the League, investigating a lead on a mysterious technology threatening America.
Vixen possesses the innate ability to make direct contact with the Earth's morphogenetic field , sometimes known as the "Red". This contact with the "Red" allows her to draw upon the abilities of any animal that has ever lived on the planet.
By simply focusing on a specific animal, she can draw its talent from the morphogenetic field and mimic its abilities, giving herself a variety of superhuman powers.
Vixen's connection to the "Red" is so deep that she can use the abilities of multiple animals, once holding onto the morphogenetic traits of an entire forest.
Vixen wears a mystic artifact called the Tantu Totem, a fox-head shaped talisman given to her ancestors by the African trickster god Anansi.
It was previously thought that the totem was the source of her powers but later stories,   have shown that it merely prevents the morphogenetic field from overwhelming her mind.
It was once assumed that the totem increased her range for mimicking animals as she has been seen taking on the traits of animals from across the world.
However, this limit has been removed since The New The full capability of the totem is unknown but Vixen once used the magic of the totem to heal bruises and wounds within seconds by simply touching it.
Her claws are magically enhanced and have drawn blood from individuals who are considered highly resistant to damage or near invulnerable like Geo-Force , Despero , and Pre-Crisis Superman.
Occasionally, she has been known to physically transform into animals—for example, she has shapeshifted into a gray wolf , a great horned owl , and a cougar.
While the full extent of Vixen's control over the morphogenetic field is unknown, she has on occasion drawn pure energy from it and displayed this energy as a force field and energy claws.
Sometimes, she has absorbed unwanted animal behavior, such as instinctive rage or killing frenzy. The longer she stays in contact with the morphogenetic field, the less human and more animal she seems to become.
It is unknown what would happen if Vixen tried to use her magical abilities on an alien animal, or if she would gain access to the morphogenetic field of another planet.
While assisting Hawkgirl during a mission on a distant planet, she was able to access her abilities.
During the time when Vixen was mimicking human abilities, she was able to mimic the extraterrestrial abilities of Superman.
This might indicate that she is able to mimic the abilities of aliens as long as she is aware of them. After losing the totem, Vixen is forced to tap into the human template as a way to purge herself of pure animalistic sensations and regain her humanity.
Afterwards, Vixen is briefly left by the god Anansi with a crippled connection with the morphogenetic field, unable to reach any animal except the human animal.
In this state she shows the ability to mimic metahuman powers, such as Jay Garrick 's speed, Geo-Force 's earth-based powers, and Black Lightning 's elemental control, as well as the Kryptonian superpowers of Superman , an extraterrestrial.
It is revealed that this is actually trickery on the part of Anansi. Upon confronting him within the Tantu Totem, Vixen learns the truth about her powers: For unknown reasons, Anansi has made the Tantu Totem his current home.
Vixen's family are custodians and guardians of the totem, which they have passed down through the generations. While Mari doesn't need to be wearing the totem to use her powers, she is expected to keep it safe for Anansi.
Anansi restores Vixen's original animal powers, then, after testing her abilities as a hero, he states that she is his "champion".
In the alternate timeline of the Flashpoint event, Vixen is a member of Wonder Woman 's Furies and one of the former lovers of industrialist Oliver Queen.
An alternate version of Vixen is shown as part of the Justice League of Earth,  a world in which black superheroes hold prominence in the superhero community.
It is revealed that on the night John planned to propose to her, Mari was killed after being impaled through the stomach by Shadow Thief.
In the Injustice universe, Vixen works with Ra's al Ghul , she is seen taking care of endangered species alongside Animal Man. In the DC Bombshells continuity set in World War II, she is a lesbian, and helps the Bombshells with her lover, Hawkgirl , who is a technological genius and archaeologist.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. DC Comics superheroine. For other uses, see Vixen disambiguation. Art by Ivan Reis.
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