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| HistoryText = Darkstar guest-starred in the X-Men Animated Series episode Red Dawn. She's initially the mutant enforcer for a group of Russian generals seeking to reestablish the Soviet Union with the aid of [[Arkady Rossovich (Earth-92131)|Omega Red]]. After witnessing the crimes committed by Omega Red, Darkstar rebels against the generals and sides with the X-Men and [[Piotr Rasputin (Earth-92131)|Colossus]].
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| HistoryText = Darkstar was initially the mutant enforcer for a group of Russian generals seeking to reestablish the Soviet Union with the aid of [[Arkady Rossovich (Earth-92131)|Omega Red]]. After witnessing the crimes committed by Omega Red, Darkstar rebelled against the generals and sided with the X-Men and [[Piotr Rasputin (Earth-92131)|Colossus]].
   
 
| Powers = Seemingly those of [[Laynia Petrovna (Earth-616)#Powers]].
 
| Powers = Seemingly those of [[Laynia Petrovna (Earth-616)#Powers]].
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* Developed for television by Larry Houston and Frank Squillace.
 
* Developed for television by Larry Houston and Frank Squillace.
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*Darkstar guest-starred in the X-Men Animated Series episode Red Dawn.
 
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Revision as of 05:46, July 15, 2011





Darkstar was initially the mutant enforcer for a group of Russian generals seeking to reestablish the Soviet Union with the aid of Omega Red. After witnessing the crimes committed by Omega Red, Darkstar rebelled against the generals and sided with the X-Men and Colossus.

Powers

Seemingly those of Laynia Petrovna (Earth-616)#Powers.



  • Developed for television by Larry Houston and Frank Squillace.
  • Darkstar guest-starred in the X-Men Animated Series episode Red Dawn.

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