Airstryke is a villain in the DC Universe. Within the context of the stories, William Kavanagh was given the ability to transform into a pterodactyl/man hybrid by a weapons company Meta/Tech and he took the name Airstryke. Count Viper took advantage of these new abilities and used Airstryke to distract Hawkman while Viper tried to take command of the Justice League and thus the world. Airstryke and Viper were soon defeated and Airstryke was sent to Belle Reve Prison. He remained there until he was freed by Neron and was given the chance to sell his soul along with numerous other villains. Airstryke chose not to sell his soul and continued his life of crime. Eventually, Airstryke was returned to prison where he became a victim of Joker's Joker gas. Again, he was defeated and returned to pri

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  • Airstryke is a villain in the DC Universe. Within the context of the stories, William Kavanagh was given the ability to transform into a pterodactyl/man hybrid by a weapons company Meta/Tech and he took the name Airstryke. Count Viper took advantage of these new abilities and used Airstryke to distract Hawkman while Viper tried to take command of the Justice League and thus the world. Airstryke and Viper were soon defeated and Airstryke was sent to Belle Reve Prison. He remained there until he was freed by Neron and was given the chance to sell his soul along with numerous other villains. Airstryke chose not to sell his soul and continued his life of crime. Eventually, Airstryke was returned to prison where he became a victim of Joker's Joker gas. Again, he was defeated and returned to prison. This time, he was sent to the Slab. During his stay, Brother Blood attempted to break all the villains out of the prison so they could assist him with his mission. Airstryke was the first to question Blood on his plan. Brother Blood then shot and killed Airstryke for his hubris. (en)
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dbp:abilities
  • Superspeed
  • "Hypno-ray" device allows mind control
  • Flight; intangability; manipulation and projection of heat and radiation
  • Ability to shrink.
  • African Storm God, wields a magical stone labrys
  • Composed of living "puzzel pieces"
  • Super human strength, near invulnerability, energy discharge, claws
  • Living tattoos
  • Self duplication, super strength
  • Super human strength, durability, and longevity
  • Telepathy and Psi Invisibity
  • Teleportation; limited telepathy
  • Weather Manipulation
  • sword wielder and power item user
  • Can turn the polka dots covering his costume into a variety of devices
  • Superhuman strength; able to swim at superhuman speed, ability to create and control tidal waves.
  • Enhanced ocean adapted physiology, ability to speak with marine mammals
dbp:alias
  • Shango
  • Shiv
  • Matvei Rodor
  • Abner Krill Mr. Polka-Dot
  • Danton Black
  • Delya Castil
  • Eliza Harmon
  • Gehenna Hewitt
  • Henry Hewitt, Victor Hewitt
  • Ivan Illyich Gort
  • Jordan Weir
  • Lorraine Reilly; Firestorm
  • Mikhail Arkadin
  • Mistress of the Moons
  • Miya Shimada
  • Quisp
  • [[#Goldstar
  • [[#Puzzler
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  • center
dbp:alliances
dbp:caption
  • Sonja shapeshifting, art by Doug Mahnke
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dbp:characterName
  • Paul Gambi
dbp:creator
dbp:creators
dbp:debut
  • 52 (xsd:integer)
  • Action Comics #252
  • Superman #13
  • Firestorm #1
  • Villains United #5
  • Legion of Superheroes
  • Abel Tarrant: Green Lantern v2, #23
  • Action Comics #49
  • All-Star Squadron #33
  • Aquaman #1
  • Batman #588
  • Batman #509
  • Booster Gold #13
  • Commando: Showcase #3
  • DCU Villains Secret Files and Origins#1
  • Detective Comics #300
  • Firestorm the Nuclear Man #67
  • Firestorm the Nuclear Man #69
  • Firestorm the Nuclear Man #95
  • Flash #294
  • Flash Comics #66
  • Fury of Firestorm #62
  • Green Lantern Vol 2 # 1
  • Hardwicke: Detective Comics #253
  • Hawkman Vol.3 #3
  • Justice League Elite #1
  • Karshon: Green Lantern Vol. 2 #24
  • Krypton Chronicles #3
  • Lobo vol. 2, #5
  • Mark Richards: Green Lantern #9 .
  • Pamela: Action Comics #775,
  • Robin #78
  • Sonja: JLA #100
  • Superman #248
  • Superman Vol.2 #3
  • Superman vol. 2, #187
  • Teen Titans vol 3, #3
  • Teen Titans vol. 3, #38
  • The Atlantis Chronicles #5
  • The Flash #141
  • The Fury of Firestorm #1
  • The Fury of Firestorm #15
  • The Man of Steel #3
  • World's Finest Comics #159
  • Young All Stars #1
  • John Oakes: Skin Graft: The Adventures of a Tattooed Man #1
dbp:debutmo
  • April
  • August
  • December
  • February
  • January
  • June
  • March
  • May
  • November
  • September
  • July
  • November–December
  • January–February
dbp:debutyr
  • 1941 (xsd:integer)
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  • 2004 (xsd:integer)
  • 2005 (xsd:integer)
  • 2006 (xsd:integer)
  • 2008 (xsd:integer)
dbp:fullName
  • Paul Gambi
dbp:gcdid
  • Molecule
  • Archer
  • Shango
  • Multiplex
  • Tsunami
  • Chunk
  • Brimstone
  • Coldcast
  • Charybdis
  • Gehenna
  • Puzzler
  • Alura
  • Amazing+Grace
  • Black+Bison
  • Bolphunga
  • Cal+Durham
  • Calamity+King
  • Cerdian
  • Chief+O'Hara
  • Damien+Darhk
  • Deep+Blue
  • Dr.+No-Face
  • Ernest+Widdle
  • False+Face
  • Falseface
  • Farooq
  • Firehawk
  • Galactic Golem
  • Goldstar
  • Jefferson+Jackson
  • Kulak
  • Matches+Malone
  • Michelle+Carter
  • Naif+al-Sheikh
  • Neptune+Perkins
  • Pozhar
  • Quisp
  • Simon+Lacroix
  • Stalnoivolk
  • Tokamak
  • Trajectory
  • Trixie+Collins
  • Victor+Goodman
  • Zuggernaut
dbp:name
  • Molecule
  • Deep Blue
  • Head
  • Shango
  • Multiplex
  • Blackout
  • King Tut
  • Tsunami
  • Cal Durham
  • Chunk
  • Hyena
  • Typhoon
  • Brimstone
  • Blackrock
  • Amazing Grace
  • Human Cannonball
  • Komodo
  • Michelle Carter
  • Coldcast
  • Vera Black
  • Ernest Widdle
  • Charybdis
  • Atlan
  • Gehenna
  • Dominus
  • Silver Ghost
  • Puzzler
  • Abner Krill
  • Alura
  • Armless Master
  • Arrakhat
  • Axis America
  • Black Bison
  • Bolphunga
  • Calamity King
  • Cerdian
  • Chief O'Hara
  • Christina Chiles
  • Cindy Burman
  • Damien Darhk
  • Doctor No-Face
  • Dr Rivon
  • False Face
  • Falseface
  • Firehawk
  • Fredric Vaux
  • Galactic Golem
  • Goldstar
  • Harriet Cooper
  • Jefferson Jackson
  • Kulak
  • Matches Malone
  • Naif al-Sheikh
  • Neptune Perkins
  • Pozhar
  • Qwsp
  • Stalnoivolk
  • The Archer
  • Tokamak
  • Trajectory
  • Trixie Collins
  • William Kavanaugh
  • Yuda
  • Zuggernaut
dbp:occupation
  • Museum attendant, major criminal
dbp:powers
  • Controls symbiotic alien parasites.
dbp:publisher
dbp:realName
  • -Pam
  • -Sonja
  • Margaret Pye
dbp:species
  • Imp
  • human
dbp:teams
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  • Airstryke is a villain in the DC Universe. Within the context of the stories, William Kavanagh was given the ability to transform into a pterodactyl/man hybrid by a weapons company Meta/Tech and he took the name Airstryke. Count Viper took advantage of these new abilities and used Airstryke to distract Hawkman while Viper tried to take command of the Justice League and thus the world. Airstryke and Viper were soon defeated and Airstryke was sent to Belle Reve Prison. He remained there until he was freed by Neron and was given the chance to sell his soul along with numerous other villains. Airstryke chose not to sell his soul and continued his life of crime. Eventually, Airstryke was returned to prison where he became a victim of Joker's Joker gas. Again, he was defeated and returned to pri (en)
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  • List of minor DC Comics characters (en)
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  • Magpie (en)
  • Menagerie (en)
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