Updated on 16 October, 2021
Vixen Comic is a comic book based on the hit animated series of the same name. It is written and illustrated by Greg Biffle. The story revolves around a young girl who after accidentally killing her family dog, Vixen is imbued with the mystic powers of four different animals. She quickly discovers that she can control all four animals which allows her to defeat her enemies. The four animals she learns to control are called the totem, flame, water, and wind. Each animal has its own unique features as well as abilities.
The Vixen is the first known superhero to be created in comics. The comic book character first appeared in issue #1 and quickly became a popular favorite among readers. Following is an article that will give more information about Vixen and her powers.
Vixen is an orphan whose true identity is not revealed for twenty-five years. Her appearance is that of a powerful seven foot woman with golden hair. She was trained by the mythical Amazon Women of Paradise Island, and after gaining her powers the Amazon Women transformed Vixen into a powerful warrior and even into a four-legged totem creature. This is when she was discovered by the Watchmen, a group of super heroes who combined their powers to fight crime.
Vixen is a powerful fighter and uses four animal man forms. The first two animals are Fire and Wind and she uses their various abilities in order to battle crime. Vixen's greatest power is her ability to produce radiant bolts of energy which allows her to trap opponents or to strike them from a distance. The use of this power comes in very handy when she needs to distract a bad guy long enough for him to be captured.
America's greatest superheroess has been portrayed as a strong independent character in the past and as a powerful member of the superhero team, the Watchmen. Vixen has also had other minor appearances throughout the years as well as appearances as an extra in certain movies. One of her most memorable appearances was as a guest star in the animated film, Spider-Man and His Amazing Friend. She has also had a small role in the remake of the same film and in the second installment of the comic book series.
In the modern era of super hero movies and television shows, Vixen has grown to become one of the world's best known and most popular modern superheroes. She is featured in three ongoing series, all of which have been produced in the recent past decade or so. In these series, she is often times seen carrying a BatMobile. As can be seen in the new television show Arrow, which has taken the world by storm, The Flash, and the latest DC comics series, The New Teen Titans, Vixen is now an integral part of both of these shows. She is featured as a supporting character in the newest series, The Flash, while appearing in the TV series, The New Teen Titans, she is called the "Savage Woman" because of her connection with the Teen Titans.
Vixen, like many other modern day superheros, was born in an alternate future where a virus infected her body allowing her to gain super human abilities. After her infection was cured, she learned that she had been granted her own special power called the totem pole. Through the years, Vixen has undergone several changes in her appearance. However, perhaps one of her most prominent has been her change in appearance. Now, after gaining and controlling the power of the totem pole, she has been transformed into the powerful "azoness" known as Vixen.
As described in the Vixen Comic, Vixen's ability stems from the unique psychokinetic field that links her to the energy center referred to as the "Otterbox." This bioelectric energy center is located in the pelvic area between the cerecranial horns on the back of the head and links her mind, soul, and body together. By attuning to this bioelectrical field, which is triggered by certain mental and emotional events, Vixen can stimulate her mind, body, and emotions through the use of her special mental abilities. This link allows her to use telekinesis and utilize the strength, power, speed, and stamina of animal men and women through the use of her specially created boots called the Vixen Boots.