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After falling in love with Mister Miracle, she defected from Darkseid's side and became a hero, establishing a life with him on Earth.
Main article: Darkseid War
Powers and Abilities
- New God Physiology
- Superhuman Strength: Big Barda is strong enough to effortlessly destroy thick concrete and shatter steel with her bare hands. She was shown to have been able to lift 55 tons while severely wounded.
- Superhuman Durability: Big Barda is completely unharmed by bullets, both her armor and skin remaining unscratched.
- Superhuman Agility
- Big Barda was created by Jack Kirby, first appearing in Mister Miracle #4. However, in the Prime Earth continuity, Big Barda first appeared as part of the New 52 DC Universe in Earth 2 #11 by James Robinson and Nicola Scott.
- Though some sources initially indicated during the early New 52 that the New Gods were singularities, with only one of each existing in all the multiverse, later comics, namely Multiversity indicated that, instead, each universe in the multiverse possessed its own unique emination of each New God, each seemingly a part of a larger multiversal core (or 'godhead' for each New God within the Sphere of Gods. Later comics, like Infinite Frontier, confirmed this.
- 49 Appearances of Big Barda (Prime Earth)
- 23 Images featuring Big Barda (Prime Earth)
- 6 Quotations by or about Big Barda (Prime Earth)
- Character Gallery: Big Barda (Prime Earth)
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