Blood Pack

Blood Pack

"Bloodlines" was a 1993 comic book story arc published by DC Comics. It was an intracompany crossover that ran through DC's superhero annuals and concluded with a two-issue 'Bloodbath' miniseries written by Dan Raspler. The antagonists were a race of monstrous xenomorph-like aliens, incorrectly described as "parasites", who killed humans for their spinal fluid. A small fraction of the parasite's victims survived and become super-heroes via their ordeal. This plot device introduced a wave of "New Blood" super-heroes into the DC Universe. Seven DC Comics series were spun out of the event: Blood Pack, Razorsharp and the Psyba-Rats, Hitman, Anima, Loose Cannon, Argus and Gunfire.

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Sparx (comics) - Fictional Character Biography - Blood Pack
... Some time later Sparx auditions for the Blood Pack, a team of New Bloods that would star in the "Blood Pack" television show, and made the cut ... The other cast members include New Bloods known as Loria, Ballistic, Mongrel, Geist, Nightblade, and Razorsharp ... The Bloods find out that the producers of the show are actually members of a secret criminal organisation with a hidden agenda to take over world ...
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... (deceased Blood Pack #4) Geist - Dwayne Geyer is a ghostly night-hero, becomes invisible when light is shone on him ... (deceased Infinite Crisis #7) A new Blood Pack was introduced in Faces of Evil Prometheus, made up of surviving Bloodlines heroes ...

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