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Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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Rex Stewart (DCAU)
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Real Name
Rex Stewart
Current Alias

Identity


Alignment


Relatives
John Stewart (father)
Shayera Hol (mother)

Universe

Base Of Operations
Metro Tower

Characteristics
Gender

Eyes

Hair

Status
Citizenship

Marital Status

Occupation
JLU Member and
Hero of the Future


First appearance

Batman Beyond Episode: The Call, Part I

Contents

History

Rex Stewart was the son of John Stewart and Shayera Hol. As the hero Warhawk, he joined the Justice League Unlimited.

Warhawk was, at first, not impressed when Superman brought Batman into the JLU to seek out who had ambushed Micron. This only worsened when Batman could only barely prevent an assault on Aquagirl. But Warhawk was not stupid - he knew that whoever betrayed the JLU would come after him at some point. Warhawk remotely operated his armor into battle, and let the traitor destroy the armor.

Warhawk eventually helped Batman uncover the real traitor - a Starro-controlled Superman.

Alternate Timeline

In and alternate timeline in the future created by Chronos, Warhawk, Static, Batman (Terry McGinnis), and Bruce Wayne were the only JLU members that survived. The JLU had to use a abandoned Hamilton Hill High School as their new headquarters because the Metro Tower and Batcave were destroyed.

When Justice League members John Stewart, Batman and Wonder Woman traveled to the future to stop Chronos, the JLU saved them from an ambush by Jokerz. After they escaped they went back to headquaters when Rex introduced himself as the son of Stewart and Shayera Hol.

These events were erased when John and Batman reversed Chronos' effect in the timestream, but the memory of his son still troubled the Lantern.

Powers and Abilities

Powers

Alien Physiology: Rex Stewart was half Thanagarian, which greatly affected his physical being.

  • Superhuman Durability
  • Flight: Even without the use of his artificial wings, Warhawk still had the ability to levitate himself. He could climb, descend and maneuver without flapping his wings.

    Strength level

Peak Human: Warhawk possesses the peak human strength of a man that has intense physical workouts at his height and weight, partly influenced by his Thanagarian heritage.

Paraphernalia

Equipment

Armor: Warhawk wore an armor of polynized aluminum steel, that could be expanded to cover his entire body. The armor also had a remote control.
Nth Metal Wings: Because he was only half Thanagarian, Warhawk did not possess their trademark wings. He adopted the hawk as his symbol nonetheless, and made himself wings out of Nth Metal.

Weapons

Claws: Warhawk's gloves had retractable claws.

See Also

Recommended Reading

  • Batman Beyond Episode: The Call, Part I
  • Batman Beyond Episode: The Call, Part II
  • Justice League Unlimited Episode: The Once and Future Thing, Part II: Time, Warped
  • Justice League Unlimited Episode: Epilogue

Links and References

Footnotes


This article uses material from the "Rex Stewart (DCAU)" article on the DC Comics wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

This is the Warhawk disambiguation page.

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Warhawk
Production information
Class

MC40a light cruiser

Usage
Role(s)
Era(s)

Rebellion era

Earliest sighting

3 ABY

Destroyed

3 ABY

Affiliation

Alliance to Restore the Republic

Fleet

Rebel Alliance Fleet

The Warhawk was a Mon Calamari MC40a light cruiser in operation during the Galactic Civil War.

History

The Warhawk participated in a mission for the Rebel Alliance to rescue defected Imperial forces on the Victory-class Star Destroyer Protector. The Warhawk engaged a loyalist Imperial interdictor attacking the Protector. Although able to corner the interdictor with the assistance of one of Harkov's Nebulon-B frigates, Akaga, its starfighters were prevented from launching direct attacks against the interdictor.

Upon the arrival of Vader on the Imperial I-class Star Destroyer Garrett, the Warhawk was destroyed by in a torpedo attack by loyalist Imperial starfighters spearheaded by Maarek Stele before it could close within cannon range of the interdictor.

Appearances

  • Star Wars: TIE Fighter

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