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Evil Star is a super villain with a star on his head. Gorilla Grodds expanded Secret Society. Evil Star remained with the Society even after Lex Luthor took over. During the Society's mutiny, he was one of the few villains who stayed loyal to Luthor. During the fight he was seen fighting Fastball. After Luthor's side prevailed, Evil Star tried one last time to bring back Brainiac with Tala's magic. But, Tala conjured up Darkside. Evil Star survived Darkside's explosion of the Headquarters, thanks to Sinestro and Star Shapphire's shield that saved all those loyal to Luthor. The remaining Legion then returned to Earth to warn the Justice League of Darkside's ressurection. Evil Star and Luthor's forces then agreed to help the Justice League defeat Darkside. After Darkside was defeated, the villains got a five minute head start before being tracked down. Evil Star ran off with them and was never seen again. It is unknown what became of him.
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| name = Evil Star
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| image = EvilHeadGuy.png
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| aka = "Evil Head Guy"
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| species =
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| affiliation = [[Meta-Brawl]], [[Legion of Doom]]
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| rogue = [[Justice League]]
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| abilities = Energy blasts, flight
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| voiced by = [[George Newbern]] (uncredited)
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'''Evil Star''' is a supervillain with a star on his head. He was a member of [[Gorilla Grodd]]'s expanded Secret Society, also known as the [[Legion of Doom]], remaining with the Legion even after [[Lex Luthor]] took over.
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== History ==
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Prior to his membership in the Secret Society, Evil Star was a contender in [[Roulette]]'s [[Meta-Brawl]] and unsuccessfully tried to stop [[Green Arrow]] and [[Black Canary]] from shutting down the cage fights. Later joining [[Gorilla Grodd]]'s expanded Secret Society, Evil Star was present during [[Lex Luthor]]'s introduction to the organization. When Luthor's mind was accidentally switched with the [[Flash]]'s, Evil Star — referred to by Flash-as-Luthor as "Evil Head Guy"—was asked what his part in Luthor's train robbery plan was. In a brief speaking part, Evil Star replied that he had no part in the plan.
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During Grodd's mutiny, Evil Star was one of the few villains who stayed loyal to Luthor, fighting Grodd's supporters including [[Fastball]] and [[Parasite]]. During the battle, Evil Star demonstrated his powers of flight and energy blasts. In the aftermath of the destruction of the Society's headquarters and death of most of its members, Evil Star knocked out [[Lightray]] of the New Gods with a fiery blast, allowing the survivors to return to Earth. Aiding in the defeat of [[Darkseid]] and his invading forces, Evil Star was last seen fleeing among the villains given a "five-minute headstart" by Batman.
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== Background information ==
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Evil Star's real name in the comics is not known. He was a scientist on the planet Auron who invented the Starband, a device of great power. It granted him immortality but in the process made him warped and evil, making the rest of his people jealous and scared of him. When his people tried to kill him, Evil Star annihilated his whole race. He then became an galactic criminal who frequently fought [[Hal Jordan|Green Lantern]].
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Evil Star's name was confirmed with the 2011 release of a Mattel action figure bearing his likeness.
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== Appearances ==
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* "[[The Cat and the Canary]]" {{cameo}}
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* "[[I Am Legion]]" {{cameo}}
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* "[[To Another Shore]]" {{cameo|in flashback}}
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* "[[Dead Reckoning]]" {{cameo}}
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* "[[The Great Brain Robbery]]"
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* "[[Alive!]]" {{cameo}}
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* "[[Destroyer]]" {{cameo}}
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[[Category:Justice League rogues]]
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[[Category:Secret Society members]]

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Evil Star is a supervillain with a star on his head. He was a member of Gorilla Grodd's expanded Secret Society, also known as the Legion of Doom, remaining with the Legion even after Lex Luthor took over.

History Edit

Prior to his membership in the Secret Society, Evil Star was a contender in Roulette's Meta-Brawl and unsuccessfully tried to stop Green Arrow and Black Canary from shutting down the cage fights. Later joining Gorilla Grodd's expanded Secret Society, Evil Star was present during Lex Luthor's introduction to the organization. When Luthor's mind was accidentally switched with the Flash's, Evil Star — referred to by Flash-as-Luthor as "Evil Head Guy"—was asked what his part in Luthor's train robbery plan was. In a brief speaking part, Evil Star replied that he had no part in the plan.

During Grodd's mutiny, Evil Star was one of the few villains who stayed loyal to Luthor, fighting Grodd's supporters including Fastball and Parasite. During the battle, Evil Star demonstrated his powers of flight and energy blasts. In the aftermath of the destruction of the Society's headquarters and death of most of its members, Evil Star knocked out Lightray of the New Gods with a fiery blast, allowing the survivors to return to Earth. Aiding in the defeat of Darkseid and his invading forces, Evil Star was last seen fleeing among the villains given a "five-minute headstart" by Batman.

Background information Edit

Evil Star's real name in the comics is not known. He was a scientist on the planet Auron who invented the Starband, a device of great power. It granted him immortality but in the process made him warped and evil, making the rest of his people jealous and scared of him. When his people tried to kill him, Evil Star annihilated his whole race. He then became an galactic criminal who frequently fought Green Lantern.

Evil Star's name was confirmed with the 2011 release of a Mattel action figure bearing his likeness.

Appearances Edit

Justice League Unlimited


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