AURORA

Publication Date: 30th Dec 2007
Written By: Peter Luzifer.
Image Work: Peter Luzifer.
Issue Checklist
[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #9
Alpha Flight (1st series) #9 backstory

origin told, parents killed shortly after birth, raised in Madame DuPont's schools for girls, discovers powers when she tries to commit suicide, develops split-persona because of her harsh upbringing and the constant punishments, suppresses her free side long enough to become a teacher, is discovered on a night out by Wolverine and invited to join Department H's Flight program

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #10
Alpha Flight (1st series) #10

learns of having a twin brother, Northstar, is introduced to him when he is recruited by Department H as well

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starts intimate relationship with Sasquatch

[title] - Uncanny X-Men (1st series) #120
X-Men (1st series) #120

first appearance, public debut of Alpha Flight

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #1
Alpha Flight (1st series) #1

retreats into her “Jeanne-Marie“ personality after Alpha Flight's disbanding, Northstar snaps her out of it and they both answer James Hudson’s call to keep Alpha Flight running without governmental support

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #3
Alpha Flight (1st series) #3

rest of Alpha Flight learn of her split-personality

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #7
Alpha Flight (1st series) #7-8

kidnapped by a villain, angrily ends partnership with Northstar after he admits that he thought she would “romance” herself to safety

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #14
Alpha Flight (1st series) #14-15

feels “Jeanne-Marie” trying to break out, giver herself a new haircut to strengthen her “Aurora” side

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #17
Alpha Flight (1st series) #17

undergoes genetic modification process to alter her powers and distinguish herself from Northstar

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #21
Alpha Flight (1st series) #20-21

fear of darkness revealed, almost possessed by Gilded Lily, apparent emergence of a new personality

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #22
Alpha Flight (1st series) #22

”Jeanne-Marie” visits Northstar, switching personalities again, “Aurora” learns of her brother’s terrorist activities in the past

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #24
Alpha Flight (1st series) #23-25

Sasquatch dies, but his soul is transferred into the Box robot

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #29
Alpha Flight (1st series) #28-29

loses Sasquatch a second time when his soul gets lost in the Crossroads, forgives her brother only to discover that their powers now cancel each other out

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #37
Alpha Flight (1st series) #37, Annual #1

starts affair with Roger Bochs, once more attacked by Gilded Lily

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #43
Alpha Flight (1st series) #40, 42-43

gives Roger a hard time after he ends up trapped in the Box armor

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #45
Alpha Flight (1st series) #45

overjoyed when Roger Bochs is freed from the armor and turned handsome by Scramble; however quickly dumps Bochs when Sasquatch surprisingly returns from the dead

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #46
Alpha Flight (1st series) #46

gives Sasquatch the cold shoulder too, as “he” was reborn as a woman; almost killed by a deranged Bochs

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #49
Alpha Flight (1st series) #48-49

sanity deteriorates further after Bochs’ death, witnessing Scramble’s sick experiments and being trapped in the dark for hours

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #50
Alpha Flight (1st series) #50

told a false origin by Loki; sacrifices all her light in order to cure a mysterious disease of Northstar; is transported to a monastery with her fractured mind whole and intact

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #64
Alpha Flight (1st series) #64

has become a nun

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #81
Alpha Flight (1st series) #81-82

asked to leave the convent because of her past with Alpha Flight; magically transported to Asgard to help rescue her brother from being killed

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #85
Alpha Flight (1st series) #85

Northstar shares the light with her, restoring her powers

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #88
Alpha Flight (1st series) #88-90

powers have evolved, able to use her light in various ways; wants to heal rather than hurt and finds that her personal beliefs often interfere with her duties among Alpha Flight

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #93
Alpha Flight (1st series) #93-94

first fight against Headlok, makes him see the truth about himself

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #95
Alpha Flight (1st series) #95

resigns from active duty and instead wants to work for Department H’s psychological counseling unit

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #98
Alpha Flight (1st series) #98

goes missing

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #104
Alpha Flight (1st series) #104

found in Headlok’s cell where she has been held for weeks; overcomes his psychic torture and ends the villain’s life by making her cleansing light erupt from within him; split-personality returns; both “Aurora” and “Jeanne-Marie” rejoin the team

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #109
Alpha Flight (1st series) #109

personalities revealed to have slightly different powers

[title] - Alpha Flight (1st series) #130
Alpha Flight (1st series) #130

Department H temporarily disbands Alpha Flight because of anti-superhuman hysteria

[title] - X-Factor (1st series) #116
X-Factor (1st series) #116

enters a brief relationship with Wild Child, freaks out when he abandons her and has a nervous break-down, is sent to a psychiatric hospital

[title] - X-Man #27
X-Man #27-28

freed by Nate Grey and the Brotherhood, still has severe mood swings

[title] - X-Factor (1st series) #143
X-Factor (1st series) #143

retuns to Canada when Havok shuts down the Brotherhood

[title] - Alpha Flight (2nd series) #12
Alpha Flight (2nd series) #12-13, 19

infected with a high dose of Thetagen-24, an aggressive strand of bacteria, that affects her mental status as it begins to “eat” itself through the many layers of her personality

[title] - Alpha Flight (2nd series) #20
Alpha Flight (2nd series) #20, Wolverine (2nd series) #142

cured from infection, original Alpha Flight returns to official status

[title] - Wolverine (2nd series) #173
Wolverine (2nd series) #173

kidnapped by operatives of the revamped Weapon X program

[title] - Weapon X - Wild Child
Weapon X: The Draft - Wild Child

psyche rebuild in the program’s image, receives a power upgrade; reunited with Wild Child who is a fellow agent, but rejects his affections as he is now ugly

[title] - Weapon X (2nd series) #4
Weapon X (2nd series) #3-4

brutally maimed by Sabretooth, Director Malcolm Colcord arranges for her to undergo cosmetic surgery

[title] - Weapon X (2nd series) #7
Weapon X (2nd series) #6-8

enters a happy relationship with Colcord

[title] - Weapon X (2nd series) #11
Weapon X (2nd series) #9-11

blamed by Colcord for his own failures, beaten up by him, unable to fight back thanks to her Weapon X conditioning

[title] - Weapon X (2nd series) #22
Weapon X (2nd series) #13, 22

develops a new, violent personality that is not affected by Weapon X’s implants, gets even with Colcord and dumps him in the desert

[title] - X-Men (2nd series) #189
X-Men (2nd series) #189-190

is about to commit suicide, manipulated by the Children of the Vault into attacking the X-Men

[title] - X-Men (2nd series) Annual (3rd series) #1
X-Men Annual (2nd series) #1

virtual reality device is supposed to re-program her memory, briefly experiences a mind-meld with Northstar; apparently fully cured of her personality disorder