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| name = Warhawk
 
| name = Warhawk
 
| image = Warhawk.png
 
| image = Warhawk.png
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| real name = Rex Stewart<ref>{{ep ref|jlu|113}}</ref>
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| species = Human-[[Thanagarian]] hybrid
| real name = Rex Stewart
 
| species = Human-[[Thanagarian]] Hybrid
 
 
| hair = Black
 
| hair = Black
 
| eyes = Green
 
| eyes = Green
| relatives = [[John Stewart]] (father),<br>[[Hawkgirl|Shayera Hol]] (mother)
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| relatives = [[John Stewart]] (father)<br />[[Hawkgirl|Shayera Hol]] (mother)<br />Unnamed paternal great-grandmother<ref>{{ep ref|jl|223}}</ref>
 
| base = [[Metro Tower]]
 
| base = [[Metro Tower]]
 
| affiliation = [[Justice League Unlimited]]
 
| affiliation = [[Justice League Unlimited]]
| abilities = Flight; Super-strength
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| abilities = Flight<br />Super-strength
| weaponry = Durable armor
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| weaponry = Durable armor<br />Retractable claws
| voiced by = [[Peter Onorati]]
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| voiced by = [[Peter Onorati]]<br>
 
|}}
 
|}}
   
'''Warhawk''', real name '''Rex Stewart''', the son of the famous Green Lantern [[John Stewart]] and [[Shayera Hol]], was a member of the [[Justice League Unlimited]].
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'''Warhawk''', real name '''Rex Stewart''', was a member of the [[Justice League Unlimited|JLU]] and the son of [[John Stewart]] and [[Hawkgirl]].
   
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
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=== The Traitor ===
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Warhawk was a very stern and valiant warrior who had a slightly impulsive temperament. When the JLU was suspected of having a traitor among its ranks, Warhawk wasn't at all amenable to [[Batman (Terry McGinnis)|Batman]]'s inclusion in the team, after [[Superman]] recruited him without their consent. Warhawk immediately spurned Batman and dismissed him as a punk. Even after saving [[Aquagirl]]'s life, Warhawk reprimanded Batman for not calling him and [[Big Barda]] on their intercoms.
   
Warhawk was a very stern and valiant warrior who had a slightly impulsive temperament. When the JLU was suspected of having a traitor among its ranks, Warhawk wasn't at all amenable to [[Batman (Terry McGinnis)|Batman]]'s inclusion in the team, after [[Superman]] recruited him without their consent. Warhawk immediately spurned Batman and dismissed him as a punk. Even after saving [[Aquagirl]]'s life, Warhawk reprimanded Batman for not calling him and [[Big Barda]] on the intercoms.
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During a rescue mission, Warhawk got an emergency call on the JLU frequency. However, upon learning that Batman didn't get that call, Warhawk became suspicious. He told Batman to stay behind and headed off to deflect an incoming warhead. He activated his body covering armor, and then shed it and fled to safety. He operated the armor remotely, and when Superman (possessed by [[Starro]]) detonated the missile, Warhawk appeared to be killed.<ref name="bb307">{{ep ref|bb|307}}</ref>
   
During a rescue mission, Warhawk got an emergency call on the JLU frequency. However, upon realizing Batman didn't get that call, Warhawk became suspicious. He told Batman to stay behind, and headed off to deflect an incoming warhead. He activated his body covering armor, and then shed it and fled to safety. He operated the armor remotely, and when [[Starro]]/Superman detonated the missile, Warhawk appeared to be killed.<ref name="The Call, Part I">In {{bb}}, "[[The Call, Part I]]"</ref>
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A few hours later, Warhawk returned to the [[Metro Tower]], when Batman was revealing to the JLU the real culprit behind the sabotages and attacks. His return was greeted with great relief by his teammates. He explained how he had eluded death and what had prompted the deception. Warhawk's opinion of Batman started to change, as he actually praised him for disobeying his previous command to stay behind. Although Warhawk was prepared to take revenge on Superman, he was held back by his teammates who wanted to give Superman the benefit of the doubt. However, when Starro was forced to surface, a battle between Superman and the League ensued.
   
A few hours later, Warhawk returned to the [[Metro Tower]], when Batman was revealing to the JLU the real culprit behind the sabotages and attacks. His return was greeted with great relief by his teammates. He explained how he had eluded death and what had prompted the deception. Warhawk's opinion of Batman started to change, as he actually praised him for disobeying his previous command to stay behind. Although Warhawk set off to take revenge on Superman, he was held back by his teammates who wanted to give Superman the benefit of the doubt. However, when Starro was forced to surface, a battle between Superman and the League ensued.
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After the whole ordeal, Warhawk admitted to being wrong about Batman and along with the rest of the [[Justice League Unlimited|JLU]] had gained a new respect for him and was eager for him to join them. However, Batman had decided to turn down their offer to join, after they were so willing to sacrifice both him and Aquagirl in order to stop the [[Starro]].<ref name="bb308">{{ep ref|bb|308}}</ref>
   
After the whole ordeal, Warhawk admitted to being wrong about Batman.<ref name="The Call, Part II">Idem, "[[The Call, Part II]]"</ref>
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=== Later adventures ===
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During the subsequent years, Warhawk remained a member of the Justice League Unlimited, having fought the [[Iniquity Collective]],<ref>{{ep ref|jlu|126}}</ref> among others.
   
During the subsequent years, Warhawk remained a member of the Justice League Unlimited, having fought the [[Iniquity Collective]],<ref>In {{jlu}}, "[[Epilogue]]"</ref> among others.
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== Alternate Timeline ==
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In the alternate future created by [[Chronos]], Warhawk, an aged [[Static]], [[Batman (Terry McGinnis)|Batman]] and the old [[Batman|Bruce Wayne]], were the only surviving JLU members. After both the [[Metro Tower]] and the [[Batcave]] had been destroyed, the remaining JLU used [[Hamilton Hill High School|an abandoned high school]] as their headquarters. Later on, the JLU saved the modern-day [[Justice League]] ([[John Stewart]], Batman, and [[Wonder Woman]]) from Chronos' enhanced [[Jokerz]]. Afterwards, Warhawk introduced himself as Rex Stewart, the son of John Stewart and [[Shayera Hol]]. As soon as the Justice League and JLU found Chronos, they engaged his Jokerz in another fight. Warhawk was nearly killed by [[Woof]], but John saved him by blasting the splicer with his ring. All of these events were erased when John and Batman reversed Chronos's effect in the timestream.
=== Alternate Timeline ===
 
 
In the alternate future created by [[Chronos]], Warhawk, an aged [[Static]], the [[Batman (Terry McGinnis)|second Batman]] and the old [[Bruce Wayne]], were the only surviving JLU members. After both the [[Metro Tower]] and the [[Batcave]] had been destroyed, the remaining JLU used the abandoned [[Hamilton Hill High School]] as their headquarters. Later on, the JLU saved the modern-day [[Justice League]] ([[Green Lantern]] [[John Stewart]], Batman, and [[Wonder Woman]]) from Chronos' enhanced [[Jokerz]]. Afterwards, Warhawk introduced himself as Rex Stewart, the son of John Stewart and [[Shayera Hol]]. As soon as the Justice League and JLU found Chronos, they engaged his Jokerz in another fight. All of these events were erased when John and Batman reversed Chronos' effect in the timestream.
 
   
 
== Abilities & Equipment ==
 
== Abilities & Equipment ==
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Being half-human, Warhawk lacked the organic wings of a Thanagarian, but he donned artificial wings harnessed in a remote retractable polynized aluminum steel casing.<ref name="bb307" /> However, Warhawk apparently inherited his mother's super-strength, showcased by nearly matching blows with Superman.<ref name="bb308" /> His suit could cover his entire body in armor, and could be piloted remotely. It also had retractable claws.
   
Being half-human, Warhawk lacked organic wings, but he donned artificial wings<ref>Despite never stated on-screen, this fact was confirmed by [[Dwayne McDuffie]]:
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== Appearances ==
{{cquote|width=90%|Warhawk (Rex Stewart, future son of Shayera Hol and John Stewart) was born without wings, this is as a result of his half-human heritage. Warhawk's wings are artificial. Shayera and a Thanagarian male would produce organically-winged offspring, like any other Thanagarian couple.|20px|20px|Dwayne McDuffie [http://jl.toonzone.net/episode52/episode52.htm]}}
 
</ref> harnessed in a remote retractable polynized aluminum steel casing.<ref name="The Call, Part I" /> He also seemed to possess strength greater than that of even a powerful human being, showcased by nearly matching blows with Superman.<ref name="The Call, Part II" /> His suit could cover his entire body in armor, and could be piloted remotely. It also had retractable claws.
 
 
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== References ==
 
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Revision as of 01:25, May 23, 2020

Warhawk, real name Rex Stewart, was a member of the JLU and the son of John Stewart and Hawkgirl.

History

The Traitor

Warhawk was a very stern and valiant warrior who had a slightly impulsive temperament. When the JLU was suspected of having a traitor among its ranks, Warhawk wasn't at all amenable to Batman's inclusion in the team, after Superman recruited him without their consent. Warhawk immediately spurned Batman and dismissed him as a punk. Even after saving Aquagirl's life, Warhawk reprimanded Batman for not calling him and Big Barda on their intercoms.

During a rescue mission, Warhawk got an emergency call on the JLU frequency. However, upon learning that Batman didn't get that call, Warhawk became suspicious. He told Batman to stay behind and headed off to deflect an incoming warhead. He activated his body covering armor, and then shed it and fled to safety. He operated the armor remotely, and when Superman (possessed by Starro) detonated the missile, Warhawk appeared to be killed.[3]

A few hours later, Warhawk returned to the Metro Tower, when Batman was revealing to the JLU the real culprit behind the sabotages and attacks. His return was greeted with great relief by his teammates. He explained how he had eluded death and what had prompted the deception. Warhawk's opinion of Batman started to change, as he actually praised him for disobeying his previous command to stay behind. Although Warhawk was prepared to take revenge on Superman, he was held back by his teammates who wanted to give Superman the benefit of the doubt. However, when Starro was forced to surface, a battle between Superman and the League ensued.

After the whole ordeal, Warhawk admitted to being wrong about Batman and along with the rest of the JLU had gained a new respect for him and was eager for him to join them. However, Batman had decided to turn down their offer to join, after they were so willing to sacrifice both him and Aquagirl in order to stop the Starro.[4]

Later adventures

During the subsequent years, Warhawk remained a member of the Justice League Unlimited, having fought the Iniquity Collective,[5] among others.

Alternate Timeline

In the alternate future created by Chronos, Warhawk, an aged Static, Batman and the old Bruce Wayne, were the only surviving JLU members. After both the Metro Tower and the Batcave had been destroyed, the remaining JLU used an abandoned high school as their headquarters. Later on, the JLU saved the modern-day Justice League (John Stewart, Batman, and Wonder Woman) from Chronos' enhanced Jokerz. Afterwards, Warhawk introduced himself as Rex Stewart, the son of John Stewart and Shayera Hol. As soon as the Justice League and JLU found Chronos, they engaged his Jokerz in another fight. Warhawk was nearly killed by Woof, but John saved him by blasting the splicer with his ring. All of these events were erased when John and Batman reversed Chronos's effect in the timestream.

Abilities & Equipment

Being half-human, Warhawk lacked the organic wings of a Thanagarian, but he donned artificial wings harnessed in a remote retractable polynized aluminum steel casing.[3] However, Warhawk apparently inherited his mother's super-strength, showcased by nearly matching blows with Superman.[4] His suit could cover his entire body in armor, and could be piloted remotely. It also had retractable claws.

Appearances

Batman Beyond

Justice League Unlimited

References

  1. McDuffie, Dwayne (writer) & Dos Santos, Joaquim (director) (January 29, 2005). "The Once and Future Thing Part Two: Time, Warped". Justice League Unlimited. Season 1. Episode 13 (airdate). Episode 13 (production). Cartoon Network.
  2. Dini, Paul (writer) & Lukic, Butch (director) (December 13, 2003). "Comfort and Joy". Justice League. Season 2. Episode 23 (airdate). Episode 47 (production). Cartoon Network.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Dini, Paul, Burnett, Alan (story) & Berkowitz, Stan (teleplay) & Lukic, Butch (director) (November 11, 2000). "The Call, Part I". Batman Beyond. Season 3. Episode 7 (airdate). Episode 50 (production). Kids WB!.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Dini, Paul, Burnett, Alan (story) & Berkowitz, Stan (teleplay) & Lukic, Butch (director) (November 18, 2000). "The Call, Part II". Batman Beyond. Season 3. Episode 8 (airdate). Episode 51 (production). Kids WB!.
  5. Timm, Bruce, McDuffie, Dwayne (story) & McDuffie, Dwayne (teleplay) & Riba, Dan (director) (July 23, 2005). "Epilogue". Justice League Unlimited. Season 1. Episode 26 (airdate). Episode 26 (production). Cartoon Network.


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