Real Name: Linda Lewis
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Sonic and hypersonic emissions with a range of effects from shattering glass to upsetting others' equilibrium
Lady Lark, later named Skylark is Linda Lewis from Franklintown, New Babylon (a southern U.S. State in the Squadron's reality). She was a singer before an enemy of the Squadron Supreme, Doctor Decibel, surgically implanted synthetic vocal cords into her throat, giving her the ability to generate a "sonic cry" which could incapacite opponents. A reluctant hero at best, Linda often wished to return to her singing career.
She often partnered in crimefighting, and later romantically, with the character Golden Archer (mirroring the relationship between the modern Black Canary and Green Arrow); however, she refused his marriage proposal. The Archer then used a mind-altering device to literally change her mind, but this had the unintended side effect of altering her personality to an air-headed, vapid persona that put her feelings for the Archer above all other priorities. This led to the two of them leaving the Squadron Supreme for a time.
When the Archer died under his later identity of the Black Archer, Lady Lark seemed to slowly shake off the effects of the mental modification, and returned to active status with the Squadron. Feeling she needed to increase her abilities to stand beside teammates that she perceived as more powerful, she began using the artificial wings that once belonged to deceased teammate Blue Eagle to gain the power of flight, and renamed herself Skylark. With this new ability came greater confidence, and Skylark became far more aggressive in combat than she had been as Lady Lark.
After returning to her native dimension with the team, she was injured in reentry and was remanded to hospital care.
First Appearance: The Avengers (1963) #85
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Captain America (1968)
Marvel Age (1983)
#13 Squadron Supreme (1985)
- 'The Earth You Have Reached...'#14
- 'The World My Laboratory'#15
- 'Death Watch'#16
- 'Germ of an Idea'#17
- 'Reborn to Run'#19
- 'Prolog: Refugees'#27
- 'From Here to Maternity'
#1 Squadron Supreme: Death of a Universe (1989)
- 'The Utopia Principle'#2
- 'A Small Sacrifice'#3
- 'Change Of Heart'#5
- 'Inner Circle'#10
- 'The Dark From Within'#12
- 'The Dregs Of Victory'
OGN SC The Avengers (1963)
- 'Death of a Universe'
#85 The Defenders (1972)
- 'The World is not for Burning!'#86
- 'Brain-Child to the Dark Tower Came...!'#141
- 'The Phantom Empire!'#142
- 'Go West, Young Gods!'#144
- 'Crisis on Other-Earth'#148
- '20,000 Leagues Under Justice!'#149
- 'The Gods and the Gang!'
#112 The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition (1985)
- 'Strange Visitor From Another Planet!'#113
- 'Moon Madness!'#114
- 'Dance of Darkness/Dance of Light!'
#280 What If? (1977)
- 'Crisis on Twin Earths!'
- 'What If... Spider-Man Joined The Fantastic Four?'
Squadron Supreme (Marvel)(Earth-712)
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