History

Origin

Lumina was an extra-dimensional being, from the Microverse world of Coronar.[1] The eldest daughter of Empress Hynodia, Lumina was groomed since childhood to inherit her mother's kingdom, but was abducted by the fanatical Scions of the Azure Flame on her eighteenth birthday.[2]

Big Hero Six

When Honey Lemon, member of the Japanese team Big Hero Six, pulled Lumina out of Lemon's Power Purse, she consequently joined the team and began worshipping Honey Lemon as her savior. Lumina adopted the codename "Sunpyre" and (along with the other members of Big Hero 6) fell victim to a mind-control device secretly implanted within Baymax, prompting the team to travel to Canada and attack Alpha Flight.[3]

Civil War

After the super-human Civil War, instead of forcing heroes to join the Japan Defense Agency, the Japanese government preferred to establish a voluntary public partnership with the Japanese super-heroes, including the Big Hero Six. To reaffirm this stand, senior officials from the Japanese Department of Supernatural Sciences (JDSS) held a press conference at the National Diet Building in Tokyo's Chiyoda Ward, with the Big Hero Six (Honey Lemon, Go-Go Tomago, Baymax, Hiro Takachiho, Ebon Samurai and Sunpyre), along with the super-soldier Otomo and Red Ronin.[4]

Return to the Microverse

Sunpyre

While the other members of Big Hero 6 were on assignment in the United States, Sunpyre stayed behind with Ebon Samurai in Tokyo and defended Big Hero 6 headquarters from an attack by the super-villain Deadline. Afterward, Sunpyre and Ebon Samurai decided to leave Big Hero 6 behind and travel to the Microverse planet of Ravellon to assist the exiled Empress Hynodia in retaking her homeworld of Coronar from the Scions of the Azure Flame.[5][6]

Powers and Abilities

Power Grid[8]
Intelligence2
Strength2
Speed4
Durability3
Energy Projection5
Fighting Skills3

Powers

Lumina demonstrated the following abilities:

  • Solar Flare: Lumina's powers enable her to absorb solar and other radiation to generate the process of ionized matter (usually air) through a mentally-triggered unknown biochemical process so that it is converted to plasma, the superheated state of matter. Plasma is the state in which matter making up the sun exists; hence, Sunpyre refers to her projecting “solar fire”. Hence she can sheath her body in flame.[7]
  • Flight: can use her powers to create super-heated air currents which push her forward through the air, enabling her to fly. Sometimes this super-heated air is visible as a trail of flame behind Sunpyre. The upper limit to the speed Sunpyre can achieve in flight is not yet known, although it is known to be greater than that of the Angel, who can reach 150 miles per hour.[7]
  • Plasma Blasts: ability to project the flames she generates at powerful blasts of energy.[7]
  • Plasma Emanation: Sunpyre can generate plasma temperatures which match those that can be generated by the Human Torch, reaching about 1,000,000 degrees Fahrenheit at maximum level. She can also use her power in a massive blast similar to Johnny Storm's "Nova Burst". However, Lumina has much more control over the area of effect, enough to where one person may feel like they have been sunbathing all day to total incineration of another target.[7]
  • Heat Signature Sense: ability to sense beings by the heat signature that they give off.[7]
  • Plasma Shield: ability to manipulate the plasma around her to form an aura that can melt incoming bullets are stave off other attacks.[7]
  • Solar Shielding Psi-field: She is protected from the radiation she emits by a short-range psionic force field which automatically comes into being whenever air friction, and also prevents excessive amounts of light from the plasma from reaching her eyes so as to blind or damage them. Sunpyre's body emits a protective field whenever she uses her powers. However, it is speculated that she can generate power in excess of her natural protection.[7]

Notes

See Also

Links and References

Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 Big Hero 6 #1; Handbook entry Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "; Handbook entry" defined multiple times with different content
  2. Big Hero 6 #2
  3. 3.0 3.1 Alpha Flight Vol 3 #9
  4. Civil War: Battle Damage Report #1; International Reaction: Japan
  5. Big Hero 6 #3
  6. Big Hero 6 #4
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z #11
  8. Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z hardcover Vol. 11
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