Diamanda Nero

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Diamanda Nero
Publication information
Publisher Marvel Comics
First appearance X-Men: Phoenix #1 (December, 1999)
Created by John Francis Moore
Pascal Alixe
In-story information
Alter ego Diamanda Nero
Species Human Mutant

Duplicates the powers of those who die close to her

  • Enhanced speed
  • Indestructible exoskeleton
  • Poisonous claws
  • Telepathic immunity
  • Genetic lycanthropy
  • Generates electricity
  • Phoenix Force (briefly)

Diamanda Nero is a fictional character, a supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

Publication history[edit]

She was created by John Francis Moore and Pascal Alixe. She debuted appeared in the first issue of the mini-series X-Men: Phoenix, which depicts the early battles of Rachel Summers after arriving to the Askani timeline.

Fictional character biography[edit]

In this future, Nero serves as Apocalypse's second-in-command and the ruler of his empire while the mutant overlord hibernates due to his extremely advanced age.[volume & issue needed]

According to the Official Handbook to the Marvel Universe - Alternate Universes, Diamanda is Apocalypse's daughter.