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Lobo is a Czarnian bounty hunter and slaver who killed the rest of his people except for his beloved Princess Sheba.
He was imprisoned in a maximum security prison in Colorado. Lobo was discovered unconscious in a crashed spacecraft in the deserts of New Mexico along with many other alien slaves. After attempting to escape the prison, his strength and ferocity was realized and he was restrained in the most effective manner. Eventually, Lobo managed to overpower the reverse polarity restraints and escaped. He easily destroyed every wave of defense the prison had to offer and escaped the prison, vowing to destroy Earth as soon as possible, but not before getting revenge on the prison's Director Maxim.
Lobo was among the many prisoners kept in a prison called the Catacombs. He was later freed by Maxwell Lord alongside several other prisoners (Emerald Empress, Doctor Polaris, Rustam and Johnny Sorrow), who eventually succumb to Lord's influence. It is revealed by Amanda Waller that Lobo, alongside the rest of the prisoners released by Lord, was a member of Amanda Waller's first Suicide Squad. Batman eventually implants a bomb into Lobo's brain and detonates it, blowing up Lobo's head. After Lobo regenerates, he discovers Batman did so to free him from Lord's control. Lobo was among the many heroes that Batman rallied after Maxwell Lord gains the Heart of Darkness and uses it to control the Justice League.
Powers and Abilities
- Czarnian Physiology
- Superhuman Strength: Lobo possesses vast amounts of superhuman strength, he can easily punch through most earthly materials and during the years he has exchanged blows with the likes of Superman and Devastator.
- Superhuman Durability: While not invulnerable Lobo is vastly resistant to any form of damage, small caliber bullets bounce of his skin and he can resist tremendous kinetic impacts and powerful energy blasts with only minor discomfort.
- Superhuman Stamina
- Superhuman Senses
- Regenerative Healing-Factor: Lobo has a healing factor that allows him to heal from almost any wound within a short amount of time. He has survived having his head blown off by Batman, with his head fully healing in minutes.
- Haemopotent Replication
- Toxic Immunity: Lobo has become completely invulnerable to the poison of his flying scorpions.
- Mechanical Aptitude
- Hand-to-Hand Combat (Advanced)
- Indomitable Will
- Genetics: Lobo destroyed his species by creating a species of poisonous flying scorpions.
- Lobo was created by Roger Slifer and Keith Giffen, first appearing in Omega Men #3. However, in the Prime Earth continuity, Lobo first appeared as part of the New 52 DC Universe in Deathstroke (Volume 2) #9 by Rob Liefeld.
- Lobo has a pet dog who he simply calls Dawg.
- 115 Appearances of Lobo II (Prime Earth)
- 85 Images featuring Lobo II (Prime Earth)
- 12 Quotations by or about Lobo II (Prime Earth)
- Character Gallery: Lobo II (Prime Earth)
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