Orion is a member of the New Gods, also known as the Dog of War. He is the son of Darkseid and Tigra, born on the evil planet Apokolips. At a very young age, he was pledged to their enemy planet New Genesis as part of a peace agreement... Orion was raised by the benevolent Highfather in exchange for Scott Free. Orion fights for good, although the evil deeply inside of him is his greatest torment. Now one of the greatest warriors in the universe, in addition to his god-like strength he wields the energy power of the mysterious Astro-Force. He has also been a member of the Justice League.
Orion was created by Jack Kirby as part of his Fourth World epic saga. He first appeared in New Gods #1. (1971)
Powers and Stats
Tier: 4-B | Likely 5-A | At least 2-C, likely 2-A
Name: Orion, Dog of War
Origin: DC Comics
Age: At least Thousands of Years Old | Unknown
Classification: Alien, Deity, New God
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Strength, Speed, Durability, Agility, Endurance, Master Hand to Hand Combatant, Flight, Energy Manipulation, Force Field, Matter Manipulation, Magnetism, Immortality (Type 1) | Immortality (Types 1 and 4), Reality Warping, Non-Corporeal, Conceptual
Attack Potency: Solar System level (Consistently shown as a challenge for Superman) | Likely Large Planet level (Depicted as far superior to Wonder Woman) | At least Multi-Universe level, likely Multiverse level+ (Comparable to his father Darkseid. Ripped Darkseid's heart in Death of the New Gods)
Speed: Massively FTL+ Combat and Travel Speed | At least FTL movement speed. Massively FTL+ flight speed | Massively FTL+ (Much larger than a universe)
Lifting Strength: Multi-Stellar | Unknown | Immeasurable
Striking Strength: Solar System Class | Unknown | At least Multi-Universal, likely Multiverse level+
Durability: Solar System level | Likely Large Planet level | At least Multi-Universe level, likely Multiverse level+
Range: Multi-Planetary | Multiversal
Standard Equipment: A Mother box, the Astro-Harness
Intelligence: Experienced warrior
Weaknesses: He is negatively affected by Radion, and his berserker rage can be problematic.
Key: Post-Crisis Avatar | Post-Flashpoint Avatar | True Self
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