Reincarnation (self) – The ability to control your own reincarnation and/or ask for aid from past or future incarnations.
Literary Critique of Reincarnation (self)
Immortal Man (DC) reincarnates to fight the evil and immortal Vandal Savage (DC) again and again. Immortal Man is a good guy version of Valiant’s evil Immortal Enemy. The DC version predates the Valiant version.
Loki (Marvel) reincarnated as a street hustler in Thor #617.
Scratch9 (Hermes Press) can summon any of his nine lives for help (Scratch9 #4).
Wotan (DC) has used reincarnation to stay alive from the Stone Age but strangely reincarnation is never listed as one of his superpowers except at Who’s Who in the DC Universe #1.
Synnar the Demiurge (DC) realizes his full evil potential after countless reincarnations in Hardcore Station #1.
Tulgars – D&D 4th Edition – Monster Manual 3
Reincarnation Trading Cards
130 ME3 • EN Edward P. Beard, Jr.
5DS1-EN026 Monster Reincarnation
YU-GI-OH TRADING CARD GAME D.D.R. – DIFFERENT DIMENSION REINCARNATION TU01-EN020
COTD-EN068 Trickstar Reincarnation
In iZombie #4, reincarnation is explained as a very complex process.
Jimmy Olsen – “Blackest Deeds” – Superman’s Pal #110
Jimmy Olsen – “The Three Lives of Superman” – Superman’s Pal #121
Tharg’s Future Shocks – “Retribution” – 2000 AD #720 (1991)
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