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On covers from the old Super Friends comic book, the Seraph is called "the Man Who Works Miracles." #38 Nov. When Israeli superhero Seraph uses his super-strength excessively to seek retribution against a group of criminals, G-d punishes him by temporarily taking away his supwer-powers. that flaunt their religion or fight for religious belief specific notions.Only after praying for forgiveness, during the Yom Kippur service, does he get his powers back. It's because they would be offensive to many, if not most, of the readership.For a while, Seraph fought solo, trying to think of ways to revive the Global Guardians. Backup story involving Israeli super-hero "The Seraph", modeled after characters in the Torah. thread ID=2000072443&start=15; viewed ): ponypants Posted: May 1, 2006 AM Speaking of minorities...Finally, Doctor Mist called him to Bialya to rescue the Global Guardians. After a battle with Doctor Mist's enemy Fain Y'onia, Seraph helped Rising Sun, Owlwoman, and Olympian create the New Global Guardians, placing himself as leader. In this story, terrorists try to interfere with Israel's water supply. The new Asian Atom isn't replacing a typical white male whom, as with most heroes, you'd presume to be Christian.Several other DC and Marvel Comics superheroes have been portrayed as Jewish or as having Jewish origins: In the Seraph series [sic], teacher Chaim Lavon of Israel possesses the staff of Moses, the mantle of Elijah, the magic ring of Solomon and the strength of Samson (in his hair). Once Superman was being held down in a super gravity field and Seraph just walked into the field, picked him up, and carried him out because he wasn't affected by the field, because his power isn't affected by natural forces...The Seraph is a member of the New Global Guardians, a team of international heroes. kissmyringagain Posted: May 6, 2005 AM I am a Christian... Same reason as there is no real Jewish [superhero]...stanlos Posted: May 10, 2005 AM I'd vote for an existing character, like Zauriel or Seraph [as a religious character who should be in the JLA].I've been wanting more exposure for them for a while...
Where do Moses, Jesus and the Prophet Mohammed stand in the DCU?
This was basically a plot device keeping any American super-heroes with magic-based powers, or magic vulnerability, from directly attacking the Axis Powers and ending the war swiftly, so that Earth-2's history wouldn't diverge too wildly from real world history. see below): I think that goes for the "big 3" [Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman], for example.
But many denizens of the DCU have expressed their religion explicitly, and I'm not just talking Wonder Woman and Kobra and Zauriel here.
Several characters were created with the obvious intention of being Jewish heroes (as opposed to heroes who happen to be Jewish).
DC has the Seraph, who first appeared in "Clad in the mantle of Elijah, wearing the magic ring of Solomon and carrying the staff of Moses, his long hair endowing him with the strength of Samson, teacher Chaim Lavon has become the super-hero of Israel... " NAME: THE SERAPH Alter Ego:: Chaim Lavon Occupation:: Teacher Marital Status:: Single Known Relatives:: None Group Affiliation:: The Global Guardians Base of Operations:: Israel First Appearance:: #7 (October 1977) Hair:: Black Powers and Weapons:: Superhuman strength of Samson, Ring of Solomon (shown to teleport wearer short distances), Staff of Moses (shown to have turned into a serpent and part water) and the mantle of Elijah.