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EPISODE
Obsession
Attribution
Series: The Original Series
Written by: Art Wallace
Directed by: Ralph Senensky
Novelization in: Star Trek 9 by James Blish
Production information
Episode no.: 2x18
Production no.: 6149-47
First aired: 15 December 1967
Chronology
Date: 3619.2 (2268)

Contents

Summary

References

Characters

BardoliChristine ChapelPavel ChekovStephen GarrovickHadleyJames T. KirkEd LeslieLeonard McCoy • Rizzo • Montgomery ScottSpockHikaru SuluSwensenNyota UhuraVinci

Starships and vehicles

USS Enterprise (Constitution-class)

Locations

Argus XTycho IV

Races and cultures

States and organizations

Other

According to actor Eddie Paskey, Lieutenant Leslie was revived "miraculously", in a deleted scene. Which explains why he's seen again in future episdoes, alive and well.

Appendices

Related stories

Timeline

published order
Previous episode:
The Gamesters of Triskelion
TOS episode produced Next episode:
The Immunity Syndrome
Previous episode:
The Deadly Years
TOS episode aired Next episode:
Wolf in the Fold
Previous story:
That Which Survives
Star Trek 9
Next story:
The Return of the Archons
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Beneath the Skin
Pages 20-21
Memory Beta Chronology Next Adventure:
Treaty's Law
Chapters 1-24
Previous Adventure:
The Gamesters of Triskelion
Pocket Next Adventure:
Treaty's Law
Chapters 1-24
Previous Adventure:
The Gamesters of Triskelion
Voyages of the
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
(2264 to 2270)
Next Adventure:
The Patrian Transgression

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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From DC Database

Character Template Character Template
Dana Dearden

Dana Dearden (New Earth)
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Real Name
Dana Dearden
Aliases
Mrs. Superman, Superwoman

Identity

Universe

Base Of Operations
Metropolis

Characteristics
Gender

Height
5' 10"

Weight
130 lbs (59 kg)

Eyes

Hair

Status
Marital Status

Place of Death
Metropolis

First appearance
Last appearance

The Adventures of Superman #532
The Adventures of Superman #574

Contents

History

Dana was a GBS employee who met Jimmy Olsen when he became an anchor for that news network. She asked Jimmy out on a date, and Jimmy was immediately taken with the attractive Dana.

One of their first dates was to Metropolis Museum of Art, which was featuring an exhibit of ancient coins which were supposed to grant their possessor super powers. Scavenger attacked the museum, hoping to recover the coins, after coming up with a suitable distraction for Superman. The Alpha Centurion was on scene, however, and stopped Scavenger from stealing the coins--but in the confusion, Dana secretly pocketed them.[1]

Dana continued with her relationship with Jimmy for several weeks, pretending to be completely infatuated with him, but really she had hooked up with him to get a chance to meet Superman. When "Superman's pal" didn't deliver, she broke up with him.[2]

Once she found how to work with her new powers, Dana invited Jimmy over and beat on him until he turned over his signal watch. After slipping into a custom made costume, Dana used the watch to call Superman to her apartment. Superman found Dana had erected a sort of shrine to him. She wanted him to love her, and she called herself Superwoman. When he rebuffed her advances, she got angry and attacked him, knocking him into the harbor and setting fire to a tanker. When the tanker started blazing, Dana helped Superman rescue the crew on board. While Superman flew them to safety, the tanker exploded. There was no sign of Dana. That night on the news, Jimmy labeled her "Obsession."[3]

Obsession Battles Maxima

After the Final Night, Superman soon was transformed into an energy being. He was then split into a Superman Blue and a Superman Red. The two Supermen went to the Fortress of Solitude to work out how they could reintegrate. They found Obsession there. She told them that the tanker explosion had left her briefly amnesic, but she eventually regained her memory and managed to track Superman to the Antarctic on a previous visit there. She then broke in and waited for him. After she told him the story, Maxima showed up, still wanting Superman as a consort. While Dana was willing to share (she called Red), Maxima had no intentions of doing so. The two women fought until Maxima used her telepathy to create an image in Dana's mind that she had killed Superman. Terribly upset, Dana fled the Fortress.[4]

"Mrs. Superman"
Much later, Obsession resurfaced with a new costume. She turned up right after a story had broke about Superman being spotted wearing a wedding ring. When Obsession turned up in a Superman styled costume, several onlookers believed she was "Mrs. Superman." Dana was angry at Superman's "two-timing," and attacked him. Superman had to shake her to her senses when some thugs high on DMN attacked a small store. Dana helped him take down the human-turned-demons and apparently died in the process.[5]

Powers and Abilities

Powers

Super strength, super-speed; enhanced vision powers; energy blasts.

Paraphernalia

Equipment

Magic coins that grant her powers of the gods Zeus, Mercury, and Heimdall.

Notes

Legal Status: U.S. Citizen, Deceased

See Also

Links and References

  • None.

Footnotes

  1. The Adventures of Superman #533
  2. The Adventures of Superman #534-535
  3. The Adventures of Superman #538
  4. Superman: The Man of Tomorrow #10
  5. The Adventures of Superman #574

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010
(Redirected to Star Wars: Obsession article)

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Obsession
Attribution
Writer(s)

Haden Blackman

Penciller(s)

Brian Ching

Letterer(s)

Michael David Thomas

Colorist(s)

Sno Cone Studios

Cover artist(s)
Editor(s)

Randy Stradley

Publication information
Publisher

Dark Horse Comics

Format

Completed

Issues

5

General information
Era

Rise of the Empire era

Timeline

20 BBY (31 months ABG)

Star Wars: Obsession is a series of comics published by Dark Horse Comics. It ran from November 24, 2004 to May 18, 2005. The concept of the series was to lead directly into Episode III, but publication delays prolonged the release of the final issue until the day before the release of the film.

Contents

Plot summary

Consumed by the belief that the Dark Jedi Asajj Ventress still lives, Obi-Wan Kenobi has temporarily forsaken his duties and recruited Anakin Skywalker in his desperate hunt for Ventress.

Anakin believed he himself killed Ventress and that Obi-Wan is 'chasing a ghost'. And Anakin's doubts about his former Master's quest are not assuaged when, following the trail of the rumors of Ventress' existence, they walk into a trap set by their old enemies, the bounty hunter Durge and Count Dooku.

Issues

  • Star Wars: Obsession 1
  • Star Wars: Obsession 2
  • Star Wars: Obsession 3
  • Star Wars: Obsession 4
  • Star Wars: Obsession 5

Collection

Obsession is collected in the trade paperback Clone Wars Volume 7: When They Were Brothers, which also includes the Free Comic Book Day issue Brothers in Arms.

Appearances

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