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With a strength of body and mind, this brilliant radical is dedicated to pursuing her views of a brighter future for women, regardless of who gets in the way. Today's Spotlight shines on the feminist powerhouse... SUPERIA!
This hero is powered by Zero Fluid, which isn't the gamer energy drink it sounds like! His containment suit and computer-like mind help direct his uncontrollable energies, but everyone knows this Jack is a little Wild. Today's Spotlight deals in the Avengers' wild card... JACK OF HEARTS!
A mutant, an Avenger, a spy, a multiversal constant. Deemed a "universal shaper", Eden Fesi is intrinsically tied to the nature of all things. Follow his path through space in today's Spotlight On... MANIFOLD!
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Spotlight On... SUPERIA!

Superia is a militant feminist dedicated towards building a future where women are dominant over men. Her commitment over the years has fluctuated from eliminating any man in her path, to working with select men for the greater good of her ideals. Brilliant in her own right, Superia has studied bio-chemistry, micro-biology, engineering, temporal and quantum physics, among other areas of science. In recent years, Superia has moved away from independent ventures and begun associating with larger organizations like H.A.M.M.E.R. or the High Council of A.I.M. She even served as a member of the New Dark Avengers during Norman Osborn's return, a second "Dark Ms. Marvel". Time will tell where she chooses to appear again, but it will be for the glory of the Sisterhood!

Spotlight On... JACK OF HEARTS!

Winning awards for being THE most difficult costume to ever draw consistently, Jack of Hearts was a Marvel hero who failed to take off, originally. He had an extended guest-role as Iron Man's apprentice and several spotlight issues in titles like Marvel Premiere trying to drum up support, but it didn't take. Jack's origin has also been revisited and revised time and again, with exposure to a radioactive super-fuel evolving into latent alien hybrid genes, to who knows what's next. Jack of Hearts was one of the last members to join the Avengers' classic roster before Bendis revamped the team into the New Avengers, and has remained mostly dead in the nearly twenty years since. His recent return in the pages of She-Hulk seems intent on addressing some of the confusion and issues surrounding his past, perhaps hopefully redeeming Jack of Hearts as the rising star he was once meant to be.

Team Entry - KREE STARFORCE!

Operation: Galactic Storm was the greatest Avengers crossover of the 1990's. A 19-part epic with tight continuity, dozens of characters and major ramifications for the Marvel Universe, it also introduced Hala's Mightiest Heroes, the Kree Starforce. Pulled from decades of Kree comics and obscure additions, the Starforce were meant to represent for the Kree what the Avengers did for Earth and the Imperial Guard did for the Shi'ar. The Starforce never quite took off as a concept, even if they did star in their own arcade game, but their legacy lives on as the Starforce was name-dropped in the MCU's Captain Marvel movie.

Update on... SCARLET WITCH

The last time we checked in on the Scarlet Witch, she was a mutant, the daughter of Magneto and both amnesic and on the run after Decimating the mutant population. Amazing what can happen in fifteen years! Wanda has undergone so many revisions since the House of M... she has learned Magneto is not her father and met her real mother. No longer a mutant, she has adjusted to the High Evolutionary's artificially-engineered powers by devoting herself more fully to witchcraft than ever before. She has also made amends to the mutant race, first by aiding the Messiah Hope in undoing the Decimation spell, and more recently by creating the Eldritch Orchard to aid mutant resurrection on Krakoa throughout time and space. Perhaps somewhere in this Marvel Multiverse of Madness, there's even a Wanda who is still a mutant...

Update on... HAVOK!

Alex Summers is not having a good paradise. The founding of Krakoa led to his resurrection, but his mind proved to be still unstable from the Inversion he suffered years earlier. This secondary, murderous personality led to Havok being consigned to the Hellions, Krakoa's problem children who threatened the sanctity of the Three Laws. Convinced he didn't belong, Alex still bonded a little with his fellow Hellions. However, his split personality was also abused by Emma Frost and Empath as a secret weapon against the Hellions' sponsor, Mister Sinister. To placate Havok after using him to destroy Sinister's work, Emma convinced the Quiet Council to allow the resurrection of Madelyne Pryor, the Goblin Queen. There's just no way THAT decision will ever come back to haunt Krakoa...

Spotlight on... MANIFOLD!

Teleporter Week wraps up with a new Spotlight that is another mutant Avenger. Eden Fesi was chosen by Nick Fury to become a covert agent under his command. He later ascended to join the Avengers Machine and proved to have universal significance with his power to fold space and "put things where they need to go". A devoted friend to the nation of Wakanda and the people of Harlem, Eden's mentor Gateway also reminded him of his other people, the mutant race now of Krakoa. In S.W.O.R.D. commander Abigail Brand, Manifold has found a leader similar to Nick Fury. Eden now oversees the Orange branch of S.W.O.R.D. as Quintician of the Logistics Division, runs the Teleport Team and, through them, also serves as the Guide of the Six. The nature of his powers is so unique and profound, he's the only member of the Six with no known possible replacement.