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Killer Frost (real name Crystal Frost) is an ice-powered supervillain. Killer Relationships There are two versions of Killer Frost in the comics, both villains of Firestorm (Ronnie Raymond/Martin Stein). Help us grow Young Justice Wiki!. Iris convinced both Caitlin and Killer Frost that they could try to be the same . who Iris was, Cisco struggled to explain their relationship, causing Felicity to walk off . The team provided support to Barry as per usual, Caitlin suggesting to locate . Though Firestorm succeeds in destroying the portal Ronnie doesn't survive. Flash TV Killer Frost Firestorm Return But after The Flash gave Barry Allen a few metahuman friends to help him fight crime, something even.
They tell her she just has to read some books. Powers and Abilities Powers Unique Physiology: Her new state is very basic, almost primal.Killer Frost All scenes (Earth-2)
Her body is completely encased in permafrost. She is not made of ice but she generates organic ice-like cells which make up her changed genetics. Frost is a so called "Heat Vampire", to stay alive, she must regularly absorb heat. The most efficient way to satiate this "hunger" is to absorb the body heat of others. Labs ' youngest and brightest scientist.
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She can solve difficult equations in a single day's time, as well as repair and operate heavy, energy generating machinery. Louise Lincoln, the second Killer Frost — DC Comics Both Firestorm and Killer Frost were born out of scientific failures, but the differences in their results is an important distinction.
For Ronnie Raymond and Martin Stein, the nuclear plant explosion fused them together into an entirely new being. Science also altered Killer Frost, but in the case of Firestorm, the failed experiment did not simply transform or change Ronnie and Martin, it completely destroyed them and replaced them with something new.
This distinction of origin manifests in an aspect of their respective powers. What was there before no longer exists and is replaced with something that entirely new.
- Diametrically Opposed: Firestorm / Killer Frost
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By contrast, the women who became Killer Frost, though changed in terms of their powers, remained the same individuals. On yet another level, one could draw the comparison between the nearly identical origins, motivations, and powers of all three Killer Frosts as compared to the many and varied combinations that have made up the different incarnations of Firestorm — from two partners to three to solo versions of the hero.
However, where powers are concerned there is an even greater opposition between these two characters. From transmutation to flight to energy projection, all of the powers derived from the Firestorm Matrix revolve around the generation of energy.
Firestorm himself is created through nuclear fusion — the process that powers the Sun — so it stands to reason that everything associated with the hero and his powers would centre on releasing energy into the world. Killer Frost, on the other hand, represents the force of entropy — absorbing the heat and energy from her surroundings and replacing it with cold and ice. If the fusion and transmutation powers of Firestorm are about harnessing atomic movement, then Killer Frost is about nullifying that energy completely.
In many ways, this mirrors the relationship between the powers of the Flash and Captain Cold. Acting as Savitar 's personal enforcer, Killer Frost displays a new ability to form an ice ramp.
After a fight with Vibe, she turns against Savitar after given a cure developed by Julian. She defends her former teammates from Savitar, rather than allow to be killed.
After Savitar's defeat, she tells the others that she is not yet ready to return, leaving to rediscover herself.
Shortly after, Caitlin quits her job at the bar showing her Killer Frost side when she meets resistance. Iris asks her to be the maid of honor at the wedding with Barry, and Caitlin finally comes to terms with her dual personalities, giving her the ability to switch between her two personas at will as well as the Killer Frost persona showing a more heroic side as she agrees to use her powers to help. But after regaining some childhood memories, Caitlin learns that Killer Frost was already a part of her as a child, therefore she did not get her powers from the particle accelerator explosion, hinting that she might regain her powers.
In season five, Snow regained her powers during a fight with her father Icicle. Using a mental device on her forehead, Caitlin later hears Killer Frost's voice as she states that they got a lot of catching up to do.
Louise Lincoln is also mentioned as a scientist that Thomas Snow consulted. Public Enemieswith Jennifer Hale reprising her role for the second time [albeit uncredited].
In this film, she teams up with fellow cold-based villains Mr. After a brief fight with Batman, they are defeated by Superman.
Caitlin Snow (Prime Earth)
Assault on Arkhamvoiced again by Jennifer Hale for the fifth time. She forms a friendship with King Shark after she fends off an attempt to eat her; King Shark respects her ferocity and she uses the metahuman's strength to her advantage.
She briefly uses Mister Freeze's gun when the Squad is attacked by Batman, but has trouble lifting the weapon which she abandons. Killer Frost slips away after the battle and locates Riddler but decides not to kill when she learns of Waller's true motive: