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Triumph
Real Name: Will MacIntyre
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Powers:
Control over the electromagnetic spectrum, flight and super human strength.

Bio:
Triumph is a tragic case of a "hero that never was". In a past that nobody remembers but himself, Will MacIntyre was the engineer who first brought the founders of the Justice League together, but disappeared after destroying an alien time/space warp in the League's first mission. As a result, any record of his existence was completely removed from the time-stream. As Triumph, MacIntyre returned during the Zero Hour, convinced the League of his history, and subsequently joined the Justice League Task Force. However, Triumph inadvertently accepted an offer from Neron and sold his soul to regain the 10 lost years of his life. What he didn't count on was that this meant that all his Justice League involvement was erased from history once again. Embittered, Triumph started a rogue career selling stolen JLA artifacts. Among them, he found a pen housing the genie called Lkz from the 5th dimension. Allying himself with the genie, Triumph attacked the League and attempted to re-instate it with himself as leader, while Lkz created chaos on Earth on behalf of the evil imp Qwsp. The JLA and the JSA defeated the villains with help from the Spectre, who turned Will into an ice sculpture. Presumably, the "iced" Triumph is still kept in the JLA Headquarters.

Notes:
Created by Mark Waid, Brian Augustyn, Howard Porter.

First Appearance: Justice League International (1993) #67

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Issue Appearances:
Avengers/JLA (2003)
Deadpool (1997)
JLA (1997)
Justice League America (1989)
Justice League International (1993)
Justice League Task Force (1993)
Showcase '94 (1994)
The Brave and the Bold (2007)
The Ray (1994)
Trinity (2008)
Triumph (1995)
Underworld Unleashed (1995)
Zero Hour Sampler (1994)
Zero Hour: Crisis in Time (1994)

Group Affiliation(s):
Justice League Task Force (DC)

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