42 Facts About Killer Frost


Killer Frost is a name used by several female supervillains and superheroes appearing in comic books published by DC Comics: Crystal Frost, Louise Lincoln, and Caitlin Snow.

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Killer Frost accidentally locked herself in a thermafrost chamber but survived, being transformed in a way in which she was able to absorb heat from a living being and project cold and ice.

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Killer Frost eventually died after she absorbed too much energy from Firestorm.

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Killer Frost has been identified as one of the deceased villains entombed below the Hall of Justice.

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Killer Frost briefly served as a member of the Suicide Squad and sold her soul to Neron for more power.

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Killer Frost's plan was foiled by Superman who rescued Lois before the train could hit.

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Killer Frost was later freed when the DEO refrigeration truck transporting her crashed.

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Killer Frost teamed with Mister Freeze, Icicle and Captain Cold in an attempt to ambush the two heroes in Washington DC, but all four were defeated.

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Green Arrow stopped Killer Frost by firing an arrow filled with Greek fire into her thigh.

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Killer Frost returned during the events of One Year Later, where she had apparently entered into a relationship with Mr Freeze.

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Once the hero arrived, Killer Frost used a device to send both of them into space, where she sought to absorb the heat energy of the sun.

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Killer Frost then appeared in Salvation Run, where she was sent to the Prison Planet after having been defeated and captured by the Suicide Squad.

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Killer Frost was defeated by Wonder Woman and Black Canary who had disguised themselves as villains in order to take down the tournament from the inside.

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Killer Frost later accompanied Black Adam's attack on the White House.

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Killer Frost then wandered out into the cold until she came across a Norwegian camp and took their heat too.

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Killer Frost even created a suit that helped her retain heat for longer.

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Killer Frost later encountered the superhero Firestorm and discovered that his powers could temporarily heal her mutation.

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Killer Frost tried recreating the Firestorm Nuclear Matrix several times, only to fail with each attempt.

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Killer Frost later has the scientist Byte track down Martin Stein, the original creator of the Firestorm Matrix, to a secluded cabin while he had gone into hiding during the Crime Syndicate's takeover of Earth.

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Killer Frost encountered Steve Trevor who was sent there on a mission to try to find the Justice League who were imprisoned inside Firestorm.

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Killer Frost helps the Suicide Squad in their fight against the Justice League, but subsequently assists them against Maxwell Lord when he is possessed by Eclipso, whose attempt to tap into her "darkest desire" only unlocks her desire to make a difference.

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Killer Frost then has to save all the Suicide Squad and the Justice League by absorbing the energy out of Superman and using it against Lord.

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Killer Frost then joined the new Justice League of America made up of Batman, the Atom, Lobo, Black Canary, Vixen and the Ray.

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Killer Frost's weakness is the need to absorb external heat sources to generate ice: although heat-based weapons such as flamethrowers only make her stronger, she can be imprisoned in cold surroundings such as being locked in a refrigeration truck or buried under a mountain of snow.

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Killer Frost could solve complex equations easily, operate heavy energy generating machinery and appeared particularly skilled in the field of physics and research about energy.

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Killer Frost once managed to create an ice prism with her powers that converted Superman's heat vision into a bright burst of sunlight to defeat Eclipso.

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Killer Frost appeared in the DC Super Friends comic as part of a group of ice-themed villains called the "Ice Pack" that encased a city in ice and snow.

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Crystal Killer Frost version appeared along with Mr Freeze, Captain Cold, Minister Blizzard, Cryonic Man, Icicle, Polar Lord and Snowman in the Justice League Adventures comic.

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Killer Frost appears in the DC Bombshells continuity, which takes place during World War II.

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Killer Frost serves Hugo Strange of the Nazi Regime alongside Penguin and a brainwashed Harvey Dent.

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Killer Frost is later adopted by the Joker's Daughter, who trained her in magic and controlling her powers.

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Killer Frost appeared in the DC Super Hero Girls by the name of "Frost".

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Killer Frost has her own separate bio with her powers and personality listed.

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Killer Frost has her own bedroom with: a nightstand, a king sized bed, a desk and other decorations.

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Killer Frost's appearance is different: she has long hair made into a ponytail.

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Killer Frost has blue eyes, white skin and all of her outfits have something to do with ice and snow.

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Killer Frost made an appearance in the comic book prequel to Injustice: Gods Among Us.

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Killer Frost's character makes occasional guest appearances on Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl.

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Killer Frost defends her former teammates from Savitar and assists in defeating him before leaving to rediscover herself.

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Furthermore, Killer Frost begins to show a more heroic side and agrees to use her powers to help Team Flash.

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Later in the season, Caitlin discovers her powers and Killer Frost originated during her childhood and that she suppressed the memories.

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DCAU version of Killer Frost appears in the Justice League Unlimited spin-off comic book.

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