Null the Living Darkness (Earth-616) from Fear Itself Fellowship of Fear Vol 1 1 0001.jpg
Real Name
Null the Living Darkness[1]
Aliases
Kyle Richmond, Over-Mind, Adam Henderson
Relatives
S'raphh (progenitors)
Affiliation
Formerly Adam Henderson (forced), Squadron Supreme of Earth-712 (forced), former partner of the Over-Mind
Base of Operations
Status
Living Status
Identity
Occupation
Nihilist, destroyer
Characteristics[6]
Gender
Weight
Height
Eyes

Irises:

Unusual Features
Tentacles and covered in multiple eyes
Origin
Origin
Demon; Collective unconscious of the Angelic S'raphh
Reality
Place of Birth
Creators and Appearances
Creators
First Appearance
Appearance of Death

History

Null is a demonic entity created from the collective negative impulses of a seemingly impossibly benign (and now extinct) angelic race called the S'raphh who once lived on Earth's Moon. After achieving full consciousness, it dominated the town of Christiansboro, Virginia until driven off by the Gargoyle.[2] It subsequently possessed the body of Adam Henderson, using him as a pawn, but was defeated again, this time by the Ghost Rider.[3] Somehow, Null then managed to travel to Earth-712 where it took over the United States with the assistance of the Over-Mind but was driven off and seemingly destroyed by the Defenders and the Squadron Supreme.[4]

Powers and Abilities

Power Grid[7]
Intelligence6
Strength6
Speed*37
Durability7
Energy Projection6
Fighting Skills2
* Teleporter

Powers

Originally incorporeal, Null's evolved form was solid but immensely durable and strong (at least Class 75). Null's magic allows it to fly, become intangible, teleport interdimensionally, move objects telekinetically, speak telepathically, shape-shift, cast illusions, shrink people, project concussive psychokinetic blasts, reanimate corpses and possess others

Abilities

Super-Genius Intelligence[1]

Weaknesses

As a being of hatred, Null is weakened by goodness and can be overwhelmed if exposed to a massive amount of goodness.[5]

Trivia

  • Null in german means the number zero.

See Also

Links and References

Footnotes

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