Warp is a French supervillain with teleportation powers who was a member of the Brotherhood of Evil.
This French super-villain had previously fought Phantasmo and Fleur-de-Lis, prior to being approached by the Brain, Monsieur Mallah and Phobia to become part of their new Brotherhood of Evil. At first, Warp refused but, after being attacked by Captain Toulon and trapped on the "Earth-Eleven" alternate Earth, Warp changed his mind and joined the group.
Brotherhood of Evil
As a member of the new Brotherhood, Warp fought the Teen Titans. Warp has fought the Teen Titans on different occasions, later resurfacing with the other Brotherhood of Evil members who are now called the Society of Sin.
When the Joker altered the sanity of dozens of super-villains, Warp was one of those affected. He attacked the United Nations Building, sending the top halves of many people into deep space.
More recently, he kidnapped Icemaiden, a service paid for by Delores Winters. Winters stole Icemaiden's skin, but the heroine survived, now in a comatose state at S.T.A.R. Labs.
A year after the "Infinite Crisis" event, Warp rejoined the Brotherhood of Evil. He was taken to the prison planet along with most of Earth's super-criminals, as part of Amanda Waller's "Project: Salvation Run". He joined Luthor's faction, but was abandoned there when Luthor, Sivana, Ivo, and Grodd used his powers to fuel the device which returned them all home. The device exploded, seemingly killing Warp in the process.
- Warp Portals: Warp can open portals between any two locations that he chooses and travel through them and bring others through it as well. Repeated use of this power tires him out.
- Power Limitation: Repeated use of his powers lead to fatigue.
- Although this character was originally introduced during DC's Earth-One era of publication, their existence following the events of the 1985–86 limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths remains intact. However, some elements of the character's Pre-Crisis history may have been altered or removed for Post-Crisis New Earth continuity, and should be considered apocryphal.
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