Gemini (DC Comics)

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Publication information
Publisher DC Comics
First appearance Beast Boy #1
(January 2000)
Created by Geoff Johns (writer)
Ben Raab (writer)
In-story information
Alter ego Gemini De Mille
Team affiliations Brotherhood of Evil
Secret Society of Super Villains
Abilities Shapeshifting

Gemini is a fictional character, a supervillain published by DC Comics. The character first appeared in Beast Boy #1 (January 2000), and was created by Geoff Johns, Ben Raab and Justiniano.

Fictional character biography[edit]

She is the daughter of Madame Rouge. In the Beast Boy mini-series, she sought revenge against Beast Boy for killing her mother, her insanity having twisted her mother's death as the deliberate fault of Doctor Caulder and Beast Boy when it was merely an accident. She attempted to frame Beast Boy for the murders of his former cast members in an old TV show. After being tracked down by Beast Boy, Gemini reveals the bound and gagged forms of Vicky Valiant and Tim Bender, two of Gar's old co-stars whom she intends to murder. She is thwarted by Beast Boy, Flamebird, and Nightwing (Nightwing having come to investigate the attacks, he saw through her attempt to impersonate Beast Boy as he attacked him when she failed to address Nightwing by his real name during their fight). Subsequently, she joined her mother's old group, the Brotherhood of Evil. Her first mission with them was an arms deal with the Penguin in Blüdhaven,[1] but they were defeated by Batgirl.

In Infinite Crisis, Gemini became a member of the Secret Society of Super Villains.[2] During the One Year Later crossover, Gemini rejoins the Brotherhood of Evil.[3]

Powers and abilities[edit]

Her powers are similar to those of her mother. She can take any shape she wishes at will, stretch herself like rubber and has an amorphous physiology.[1] Currently, it is unknown what the limits of her powers are, though she seems to have a weakness to fire.

In other media[edit]




  1. ^ a b Batgirl (vol. 1) #61 (April 2005)
  2. ^ Infinite Crisis #4 (March 2006)
  3. ^ Teen Titans (vol. 3) #34 (May 2006)
  4. ^ "Casting Speculation: Green Arrow AKA Supermax Movie". [permanent dead link]
  5. ^ Teen Titans Go! #48 (December 2007)