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Origin

Electronika

Teagan Harcrow and her husband Franklin Harcrow were both university professors. At some point in the past, the United States would experience a long term power outage which would reach crisis levels. Teagan and Franklin would use their research and knowledge to discover a means and energy source that would not only solve the current power outage but create the means for free, clean global energy for all. Unfortunately agents of a sector in the US government would attempt to kill Teagan and Franklin and steal the research for their own use. They murdered Franklin and left Teagan on deaths doorstep surrounded by fire. As chance would have it, the inferno would burn and be the catalyst for an explosion of the energy source the two professors were going to use for renewable energy and its consequent discharge imbued Teagan with super human electricity wielding powers and abilities. She would go on to become a superhero dubbing herself Electronika.

Despite holding a negative view towards the US government because of their role in the murder of her husband, Elektronika has still proven to be a hero, having served as a member of the Protectors of Earth. Her villains are the US Government, Hieronymus Higgens and the Choir Boy.

Creation

Electronika is a Boom! Studios published character that first appears in the 2012 series Deathmatch, appearing in its debut issue Deathmatch #1. Electronika is designed and created by writer Paul Jenkins and artists Carlos Magno and Michael Garland, writers and artists of the series.

Character Evolution

Electronika is one of the first casualties and victims in the Boom! Studios Deathmatch series. Appearing in a handful of issues, we know sparse details about the character, other than that they seemed quite sympathetic towards Nephilim.

Major Story Arcs

Deathmatch

Electronika after being exposed to a bright light is consequently imprisoned within a enclosed complex trapped with a large number of other superheroes, all sharing similar experience and confusion over the nature of their abduction. They have no idea how they got there, where they are, or who is keeping them restricted. Electronika like the rest of the captive heroes witnesses the first death match between the Dragonfly and Apex, where Dragonfly emerges as the victor, albeit after betraying principles he holds sacred. Electronika is eventually pitted in a death match with the super strong and powerful Nephilim, who she has a special bond with. A superhero witnessing the soon to be confrontation even skeptical about whether Electronika would harm Nephilim as they had served side by side in battle and that she loved him. The battle would begin with Electronika blasting Nephilim with charged electricity which seems to harm the gentle giant. She reminisces over the occasion Nephilim offered her hand picked flowers. Despite shocking Nephilim over and over the beast won't fall down and in a violent and vicious flurry pounds his fists into the fragile professor. The fellow superheroes are shocked as Nephilim kills Electronika.

Powers and Abilities

Electronika is very intelligent, educated and trained university level professor. After being in an accident invoking an unknown and potent new energy source she is imbued with special powers over electricity. Electronika possesses the ability to manipulate, discharge and generate electricity in its various forms. She has a preference for discharging electric pulse spheres and generating static electric webs. The extent of her power would allow her to provide enough energy to keep an entire metropolis running with just her hands and she block and disable various forms of electronic communication.

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