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Daveym

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Lost track of these JLA'ers, Whatever has become of them?


Oberon

Bloodwynd

Vera Black

Faith

L-ron

Tomorrow Woman (Alive...?)

The Ray (Freedom Fighters?)





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TJ Burns





Oberon - Has been shown to be heartbroken by the deaths of his closest friends in the leadup to Final Crisis. I think he popped up in something Giffen wrote since then.
Bloodwynd - Was shown with the Sentinels of Magic once. Apparently, he's still just being Bloodwynd someplace.

Vera Black - Pretty sure she lost her mind at the conclusion of the JLElite mini and has been receiving help since then.

Faith - Hung around with the Doom Patrol for a bit, but apparently left.

L-ron - Hates humanity with a passion now, and is a member of the Robot Renegades.

Tomorrow Woman (Alive...?) - Tommorrow Woman was resurrected as a truly living being in the closing of the Trinity weekly series. Good for her.

The Ray (Freedom Fighters?) - Yeah, he's with Uncle Sam's crew.


TJB


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Captain Spanky




I thought Bloodwynd was really just Martian Manhunter in disguise.


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Gernot 

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Bloodwynd was trapped, somehow, and MM took his place until he could be freed.

That finally happened shortly after the Death Of Superman, in the same issue Blue Beetle came out of his coma. In the next issue of JLA, the whole story was revealed, and the real Bloodwynd joined the team for a bit, I think.



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TJ Burns





Bloodwynd's membership in the League is questionable. He hung out with the team for a while, but he actually covered up Dreamslayer's alliance with the Overmaster that would lead to the end of the world in exchange for Dreamslayer not targeting him, and then sort of just faded out of the League as it became clear that they were going to conflict with Dreamslayer. The man's pretty amoral for a mystic, which makes him interesting, but he's certainly not League material.


TJB


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Daveym

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    Bloodwynd's membership in the League is questionable. He hung out with the team for a while, but he actually covered up Dreamslayer's alliance with the Overmaster that would lead to the end of the world in exchange for Dreamslayer not targeting him, and then sort of just faded out of the League as it became clear that they were going to conflict with Dreamslayer. The man's pretty amoral for a mystic, which makes him interesting, but he's certainly not League material.


I'd forgotten the whole 'Judgement Day' betrayal but really I'd see it as not a big deal on his League membership, Bloodwynd's problem was that his powers weren't really defined well and that he had no particularly memorable origin; just a pick-up of a discarded Martian Manhunter identity really. Most mystics are both secretive and have a rather dark edge to them, compare Bloodwynd to Manitou Raven and it's night & day as Raven is a mythical shaman while Bloodwynd is a tackily costumed superhero, he has more in common with the SuperFriends Apache Chief than Manitou Raven ironically.....

Nontheless, it is a little odd how completely he faded away. DC has had a large number of big supernatural events they could have shoved him in but it would seem apathy and amnesia have erased Bloodwynd from the minds of DC's writers.



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