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{{PEthing|Pegasus (New Earth)|Pegasus}}
 
{{PEthing|Pegasus (New Earth)|Pegasus}}
 
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| RealName = Pegasus
 
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| First = Batwoman Vol 2 13
 
| First = Batwoman Vol 2 13
| Death = Batwoman Vol 2 14<!-- he appears alive in Wonder Woman Vol 5 33 -->
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| HistoryText = '''Pegasus''' is the son of the ocean lord [[Poseidon (Prime Earth)|Poseidon]]{{Citation}} and the [[Gorgons|Gorgon]] [[Medusa (Prime Earth)|Medusa]]. He was brutally beaten and mangled beyond recognition by his half brother [[Christopher Falchion (Prime Earth)|Falchion]] and was confronted by [[Katherine Kane (Prime Earth)|Batwoman]] and [[Diana of Themyscira (Prime Earth)|Wonder Woman]] for information on the motives of Falchion. In return, he asked Diana to kill him and put him out of his misery, which she did.<ref>{{c|Batwoman Vol 2 14}}</ref>
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| Overview = '''Pegasus''' is a mythical winged horse in the service of the ancient Greek hero [[Perseus (Prime Earth)|Perseus]].
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He is the son of the ocean lord [[Poseidon (Prime Earth)|Poseidon]]{{Citation}} and the [[Gorgons|Gorgon]] [[Medusa (Prime Earth)|Medusa]]. {{Expand}}
   
 
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** {{Immortality}}: Pegasus has lived for 1000s of years without withering.<ref name=WW-V5-33/>
 
** {{Immortality}}: Pegasus has lived for 1000s of years without withering.<ref name=WW-V5-33/>
 
** {{Metamorphosis}}: Pegasus can also assume the human form.<ref name=BW-V2-14/>
 
** {{Metamorphosis}}: Pegasus can also assume the human form.<ref name=BW-V2-14/>
** {{Resurrection}}: Even though Pegasus had been killed by [[Wonder Woman (Diana Prince)|Wonder Woman]], like all divine beings he could come back to life if there were people who believed in him.<ref name=BW-V2-14/>
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** {{Resurrection}}: Even though Pegasus had been killed by [[Wonder Woman (Diana Prince)|Wonder Woman]], like all divine beings he could come back to life if there were people who believed in him.<ref name=BW-V2-14/> In fact, he later appears alive.<ref name=WW-V5-33/>
 
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Pegasus is a mythical winged horse in the service of the ancient Greek hero Perseus.

He is the son of the ocean lord Poseidon[citation needed] and the Gorgon Medusa.

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  • This character is an adaptation of Pegasus, a character in traditional stories. These include, but may not be limited to religious texts, myth, and/or folk lore. More information on the original can be found at Wikipedia.org.

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