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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Karen Beecher (New Earth) article)

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Karen Beecher (New Earth)
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Real Name
Karen Beecher-Duncan
Current Alias

Alignment


Relatives
Mal Duncan (husband)

Universe

Base Of Operations
San Francisco

Characteristics
Gender

Height
5' 7"

Weight
130 lbs (59 kg)

Eyes

Hair

Status
Citizenship

Marital Status

Occupation
Research Engineer

Creators

First appearance

Contents

History

Teen Titans

Scientist Karen Beecher was the girlfriend of Teen Titans member the Herald (a.k.a. Mal Duncan). In order to help make Herald look good in front of the team, Beecher secretly made herself a bumblebee-themed supersuit and attacked the Teen Titans. She escaped without this ruse being revealed.

When she later explained to Mal and the Titans what she had done, they were impressed enough to offer her membership, which she accepted. She and Mal subsequently moved to the new Titans West team, having relocated to San Francisco. When the Titans team dissolved for a time, Karen and Mal married and 'retired' from superheroics. Karen took a job with S.T.A.R. Labs, where she designs non-lethal weaponry.

They have returned to crime-fighting from time to time to assist the team, most notably during a short-lived revival of Titans West and the JLA/Titans event, which reunited everyone involved with the team. A fight broke out over the fate of Victor Stone, Cyborg. Bumblebee personally fought Zauriel, a member of the Justice League. Despite the assistance of the current Supergirl, Bumblebee was swiftly defeated.

Following this, Mal and Karen briefly joined the latest incarnation of Titans West (now called Titans L.A.), but this incarnation of the team never really got off the ground.

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Infinite Crisis and One Year Later

Bumblebee and her husband are among the heroes recruited by Donna Troy to help avert a coming crisis that threatened the existence of the universe. After a battle in space, most of the heroes were trapped by a Zeta Beam Ray that Adam Strange was hoping to use for teleporting away the heroes from the rift in space. Due to the ray interactions with the rift itself, the Zeta Ray altered Bumblebee's physiology, apparently transferring her body mass to Hawkgirl. This left Bumblebee approximately six inches in height and Hawkgirl some 25 feet tall.

Bumblebee is shown to have joined the Doom Patrol sometime in the past year along with her husband (now known as Vox) and Beast Boy. She must now take medicine developed by Doom Patrol leader Niles Caulder to prevent her heart from going into cardiac arrest, due to her tiny form.

Much like Beast Boy, she now strongly resembles her animated counterpart in costume and hair style.

Karen--along with numerous other DCU heroines--was contacted by Barbara Gordon and asked to join the expanded roster of the latter's team, the Birds of Prey. However, the team disbanded before she participated in any missions.

Karen is presently a member of the Doom Patrol. Due to medicinal efforts from Dr. Caulder, she has grown to a height of seven inches, and she can live in a dollhouse.

Paraphernalia

Equipment

Solar powered antennae in cybernetic helmet create electrical "stings" emitted through quartz prism eyepieces; exoskeletal wings enable flight and create sonic disruptions.

See Also

Links and References

Footnotes


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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Bee is a genus in the Vermin family in Final Fantasy XI.

Species

  • Bumblebee
  • Davoi Hornet
  • Davoi Wasp
  • Death Jacket
  • Death Wasp
  • Digger Wasp
  • Giant Bee
  • Giddeus Bee
  • Goblin's Bee
  • Huge Hornet
  • Huge Wasp
  • Killer Bee
  • Maneating Hornet
  • Miner Bee
  • Soldier Pephredo
  • Soul Stinger
  • Spider Wasp
  • Temple Bee
  • Volcano Wasp
  • Water Wasp
  • Wespe
  • Worker Pephredo
  • Yhoator Wasp


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Notorious Monsters

  • Arboricole Hornet
  • Beelzebub
  • Death from Above
  • Deathly Stinger
  • Demonic Tiphia
  • Erle
  • Hell Fly
  • Hunting Wasp
  • Nasus
  • Nightmare Hornet
  • Numbing Norman
  • Pixie Impaler
  • Powdering Penny
  • Red Pillywiggin
  • Skirmish Pephredo
  • Stinging Sophie
  • Yellow Pillywiggin


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Special Attacks

  • Final Sting: Deals damage equal to the Bee's remaining health, but kills the Bee.
  • Frenzy Pollen: Increases attack speed. Only used by Nightmare Hornets.
  • Pollen: Self-Cure effect.
  • Sharp Sting: Single target damage.


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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Bumblebee (disambiguation) article)

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

The name Bumblebee can refer to several different characters:


"Bumblebee" is also the translation for Waspinator's French/Canadian name: Bourdon.


Bumblebee should not be confused with:

  • Bumper, the yellow nobody who is not Bumblebee and is definitely not...
  • Wasp, the green character with Bumblebee's stingers and alt modes. Not very kid appeal.
  • Glyph, the other, other, green Bumblebee like character seen in crowds along with other un-named Animated Bumblebee redecos.
  • BB, whose name probably doesn't stand for the abbreviation of "Bumblebee". He is not yellow, either.
This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title. If an internal link referred you to this page, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

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