While protecting the America of a world without Avengers, Power Princess has beaten plenty of enemies — including many actual heroes.
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A dark inversion of DC’s Wonder Woman, Power Princess has proven herself to be potentially one of the most bloodthirsty and ruthless of the Squadron Supreme. Her desire for violence is so great, she’s made herself a chief enemy of multiple major figures from across her version of the Marvel Universe — one where heroes like the Avengers never existed, and instead, the world adhered to the Squadron’s dark take on justice.
Along the way, Power Princess is revealed to have brought down plenty of major Marvel threats — and a surprising number of heroes, including some who seemingly perished while fighting her.
Power Princess is one of the members of the Squadron Supreme, who in the world of Heroes Reborn have effectively become the chief heroes and protectors of the planet Earth — and specifically the United States of America. Each of them has gained their own rogue’s galleries from across the Marvel Universe. While some like Hyperion and Nighthawk at least try to contain theirs within prisons such as the Negative Zone or the Ravencroft Asylum, Power Princess instead hordes her as essentially stone trophies on her lawn outside the Statue of Liberty. It turns out Power Princess keeps many of her foes in a state of suspended animation so she can confront them as she so chooses in her Statue Garden.
Among her defeated foes are classic enemies of the Marvel Universe, including what appears to be Knull, Hela and her most recent defeated enemy, the All-Gog (a version of Gog who successfully wiped out Asgard and bragged about personally killing and eating Odin and Loki). However, there are traditional heroes among them. This includes three notable Avengers: Janet Van Dyne, historically known as the Wasp, apparently became the dangerous Giantess; the “ferocious she-cat” Tigra who briefly appeared in Heroes Reborn: Marvel Double Action as an enemy of Power Princess; and the Hulk, who would later die by Hyperion’s hands.
Even the last of the Gods, Hercules, was beaten and broken by Power Princess. She later revives Hercules so he can tell her about the mysterious lightning filling the sky, hinting that she can restore any of her enemies at will. It doesn’t appear she spared all of her enemies though. While reflecting on the Siege Perilous (which she’s turned into her personal servant), Power Princess recalls how she discovered it while facing off with the dimensional-hopping Russian mutant known as DarkChilde. The two battled across Limbo, and on this journey Power Princess ended up claiming the Siege Perilous. DarkChilde — clearly the Illyana Rasputain of this world — seemingly fully embraced her dark side and challenged the “hero.”
By using a blade forged from the metal skin of her brother, Power Princess was able to apparently kill the dark warrior — and it appears that she not only killed Colossus to do it but used his corpse to forge a weapon on top of it. During a later series of flashbacks, Power Princess is also shown wrestling with what appears to be the Jean Grey incarnation of the Dark Phoenix — suggesting she (at least) defeated the cosmically-empowered telepath and at worst also slew her. Coupled with her aggressive attitude towards mutants alongside Hyperion in Magneto & The Mutant Force, it appears that Power Princess has much less patience for mutants than other types of enemies — and has made a point of fully utilizing her powers when she comes up against that kind of threat.
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