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The Goddess' form is patterned after Adam Warlock's and possessed Class 10 strength, and superhuman durability, speed, agility, and reflexes, as well as the ability to fly at supersonic speeds. An artificial being, she is immune to aging and conventional disease and can survive and navigate unaided in space. Her cells have receptors for cosmic energy, which she channels to power her body. She can presumably manipulate cosmic energy for a variety of effects. She may or may not have telepathic powers
The Goddess is highly intelligent, and is an accomplished self-taught philosopher, and a master planner and schemer. She has limited fighting skills.
The Goddess tapped into the power of the Cosmic Egg, a fusion of 30 Cosmic Containment Units stolen from several alternate realities. She could harness these energies to gain vast power, enabling her to restructure matter on a planetary scale, manipulate minds on a universal scale with extreme concentration, and create extremely powerful energy fields or fire energy bolts. By harnessing the collective will of much of the universe, she had the potential to bypass the self-imposed limits on the Containment Units and potentially destroy the entire universe.
The Goddess is Adam Warlock's feminine side. After Warlock claimed The Infinity Gauntlet from Thanos, he expelled both good and evil from his being so that he could be guided by pure logic, clouded by no outside influences. Warlock's good side, made of his suppressed feminine side, went mad upon being released. She soon claimed the name Goddess, and was the catalyst from Marvel's 'The Infinity Crusade' saga.
First Appearance: Infinity War (1992) #2
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Alpha Flight (1983)
#122 Darkhawk (1991)
- 'Holy Terror Part 1'#123
- 'Holy Terror Part 2'#124
- 'Holy Terror Part 3'
#31 Deathlok (1991)
- 'Punch-Out on the Intergalactic Express!'
Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme (1988)
#54 Infinity Crusade (1993)
- 'From Here... To There... To Eternity!'#55
- 'World Enough, And Time...'
#1 Infinity War (1992)
- 'The Damned'#4
- 'Mortal Sins'#5
- 'Holy War!'#6
#2 Iron Man (1968)
- 'Ethereal Revisionism'#6
- 'The Animus Engagement'
#294 Marvel (1988)
- 'Orbital Resonances'#295
- 'Into The Void'
Marvel Legacy: The 1990's Handbook (2007)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008)
HC vol. 04 The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Master Edition (1990)
- 'Earthmover to Guardians of the Galaxy'
#463 Warlock and the Infinity Watch (1992)
- 'Blessed Obedience'
#18 Warlock Chronicles (1993)
- 'Power Play'#20
- 'Pip, King of the Universe'#21
- 'The God and the Brute'#22
#2 Web of Spider-Man (1985)
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