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    Astra Logue (Earth-1: Pre-Crisis)




    I grew up in Hell. It sucked, but I survived by pushing through, not hiding.
    — Astra Logue[src]

    Astra Logue is the daughter of Alex and Natalie Logue. At a young age, Logue was accidentally sent to Hell by John Constantine when he attempted to resurrect Logue's deceased mother. While living in Hell, Logue rose to power quickly and became one of the most powerful individuals of the underworld.

    Logue was freed from Hell by the Legends of Tomorrow after her act of sending Encores to Earth. Constantine's actions were later forgiven by Logue after spending time as a member of the Legends, with Logue living in Constantine's manor.

    Biography[edit | hide | hide all]

    Early Life[edit | hide]

    Around 2005, Astra Logue was born to Alex and Natalie Logue.[6]

    Sent to Hell[edit | hide]

    In 2014, Logue's mother was killed in a car accident during one late night. Logue's father then begged Natalie's old friend, John Constantine, to resurrect her from the dead. Constantine then led the Newcastle Crew to successfully resurrect Natalie, though at the cost of Logue being possessed by a demon. Constantine then summoned the more powerful demon, Nergal, to eradicate the lesser demon. However, he failed and chose to drag Logue to Hell violently, keeping her in Hell for years as she rose to become one of the rulers of the underworld.[13]

    Logue eventually came across Constantine years later, confronting him for the failed exorcism and keeping his Soul Token.[13]

    Revenge[edit | hide]

    Encores[edit | hide]

    Joining the Legends[edit | hide]

    Search for Immortality[edit | hide]

    Betrayal[edit | hide]

    Final Showdown[edit | hide]

    Living a Normal Life[edit | hide]

    The Satanist's Apprentice[edit | hide]

    Into the Cosmos[edit | hide]

    Interrogation of Amelia Earhart[edit | hide]

    Back to the Finale[edit | hide]

    Hunt for Pod Aliens[edit | hide]

    Fist City, Oklahoma Territory[edit | hide]

    Bud Stuy[edit | hide]

    Chaos on the Waverider[edit | hide]

    The Legends vs. Pin Killers[edit | hide]

    The Fountain[edit | hide]

    Beast/Slayers[edit | hide]

    Constantine's Secret[edit | hide]

    Truth and Tragedies[edit | hide]

    Invasion[edit | hide]

    A Roaring Rewind[edit | hide]

    Spell Gone Wrong[edit | hide]

    Wires and Sockets[edit | hide]

    A Trip Down Memory Lane[edit | hide]

    Masqueradies[edit | hide]

    Maiden Voyage[edit | hide]

    Displaced In Time[edit | hide]

    Broken Machine[edit | hide]

    Sustainable[edit | hide]

    Live on Air[edit | hide]

    Fighting Back[edit | hide]

    Trials and Errors[edit | hide]

    Valley of the Shadows of Death[edit | hide]

    Retirement is a Piece of Cake[edit | hide]

    Capture of Mametz[edit | hide]

    Arrested[edit | hide]

    Possible Future[edit | hide]

    Astra 2040
    I stand with my constituents. Freedom is not free until it is fair, and I promise you, I will level the playing field.
    — Astra Logue[src]

    Powers and Abilities[edit | hide]

    Powers[edit | hide]

    Conjuration
    • Magic: While living in Hell, Logue learned to use magic. However, she was only using beginner level magic according to Aleister Crowley. According to John Constantine, she is a source of magic strong enough to destroy the Loom of Fate.
      • Transformation/Soul Exchange: Taught by Aleister Crowley, Logue was able to transform objects into another. However, the spell is a simple glamour that is temporary in nature. As the spell requires its users to say "Permuto", a Latin word that has both the meaning of "transform" and "exchange", the spell can switch the positions of two people.[6]
      • Memory Reading: Logue is able to search in one's memories and acquire information.[14]
      • Pyrokinesis: Logue is capable of starting a fire using magic.[14] Logue can also use her spells to set a creature's skin on fire by saying "Tua cutis fiat ignis".[15]
      • Teleportation: Logue is able to teleport objects flying midair.[9]
      • Astral Projection: Through deep concentration, Logue can cast a realistic projection of herself to a separate location.[16]
      • Conjuration: Logue has the ability to conjure flowers and bouquets.[17]
      • Resurrection: Logue was taught a spell used for resurrection on organic subjects and attempted to use it on the Waverider, eventually only succeeded in bringing Gideon to life.[18]
      • Tracking: While attempting to locate the Waverider's Time Bureau mandated emergency safe, Logue utilized John's tracking spell which led her to the Sheriff's office.[18]
      • Mindscape Entering: Logue has the ability to bring herself and others in contact into a certain individual's Mindscape.[19]
      • Glamours: Logue proposed to create a glamour on Spooner to disguise her as Maude Beaumont.[10]
      • Electrokinesis: Logue has the ability to summon a powerful storm at will, with the drawback of losing a high amount of energy in her body.[20]
      • Inanimation: Logue was able to freeze E. Staples' movements.[11]
      • Multiplication: Logue was capable of multiplying an object with identical appearances and functions.[4]
      • Shape-Shifting: With a simple spell, Logue could alter her appearance into that of another person.[4]
      • Intangibility: Logue was able to hold Cruz and Gideon through the floors of the Waverider, evading "Evil Gideon"'s attacks.[8]

    Beast/Slayers Powers[edit | hide]

    • Precognition: When Constantine placed the Legends in an alternate reality based on the Beast/Slayers board game, Astra was given the ability of a soothsayer and was able to see the future.[2]

    Former Powers[edit | hide]

    • Regeneration: When Spooner briefly switched Logue and Sara Lance's powers, Logue was able to survive Zaguron poison and returned to peak performance in seconds.[17]
    • Teleportation: By snapping her hands, Logue could send others around Hell by transferring them from one location to another without physically inhabiting the space in between.
    • Immortality: After drinking from the Chalice of Dionysus, Logue became essentially invulnerable to all methods of death but only for a limited 24 hours.
    • Dimensional Travel: She could travel from Hell to Purgatory whenever she wanted.
    • Resurrection: While in Hell, Logue could resurrect anyone in history as an Encore but only if she had their Soul Token.

    Abilities[edit | hide]

    • Leadership: As the former "Queen of Hell", Logue was able to lead countless to do different actions for her.[6]
    • Occult Knowledge: Logue is proficient in using and understanding magic.[6]
    • Pilot: Logue was shown to be able to pilot the Waverider while Behrad reboots the system.[3]
    • Multilingualism: Logue is fluent in English and Spanish, as well as the Latin required for her spells.[4]

    Equipment[edit | hide]

    Former Equipment[edit | hide]

    • John Constantine's Soul Token: After being accidentally damned to Hell by John Constantine, Logue quickly rose to power and acquired Constantine's Soul Token. However, Logue later forgave John and returned his life to himself.
    • Flame of Knowledge: Logue briefly used the Flame of Knowledge, however it failed and nearly burnt her.[14]
    • Time Courier: Upon joining the Legends, Logue started wearing a Time Courier for Time Travel.

    Filmography[edit | hide]

    Discography[edit | hide]

    Appearances[edit | hide]

    Appearances
    Non Est Asylum Flashback
    A Feast of Friends Mentioned
    Danse Vaudou Mentioned
    Rage of Caliban Flashback
    The Saint of Last Resorts Mentioned
    The Saint of Last Resorts: Part 2 Indirectly Mentioned
    Quid Pro Quo Mentioned
    Daddy Darhkest Mentioned
    Necromancing the Stone Voice (Glamour)
    Wet Hot American Bummer Indirectly Mentioned
    Séance and Sensibility Mentioned
    Nip/Stuck Mentioned
    Terms of Service Appears
    Hey, World! Appears
    Meet the Legends Mentioned
    Miss Me, Kiss Me, Love Me Appears
    Slay Anything Mentioned
    A Head of Her Time Appears
    Mortal Khanbat Appears
    Mr. Parker's Cul-De-Sac Mentioned
    Romeo v Juliet: Dawn of Justness Appears
    Zari, Not Zari Mentioned
    The Great British Fake Off Appears
    Ship Broken Appears
    Freaks and Greeks Appears
    I Am Legends Appears
    The One Where We're Trapped on TV Appears
    Swan Thong Appears
    Ground Control to Sara Lance Appears
    Bay of Squids Mentioned
    The Satanist's Apprentice Appears
    Bishop's Gambit Appears
    Back to the Finale: Part II Appears
    Stressed Western Appears
    This Is Gus Appears
    Bad Blood Appears
    The Final Frame Appears
    Bored on Board Onboard Appears
    Silence of the Sonograms Appears
    There Will Be Brood Appears
    The Fungus Amongus Appears
    The Bullet Blondes Appears
    The Need for Speed Appears
    wvrdr_error_100 not found Appears
    Speakeasy Does It Appears
    It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Scientist Appears
    Deus Ex Latrina Appears
    A Woman's Place Is in the War Effort! Appears
    Paranoid Android Appears
    Lowest Common Demoninator Appears
    The Fixed Point Appears
    Rage Against the Machines Appears
    Too Legit to Quit Appears
    Knocked Down, Knocked Up Appears
    The (Ex) Legends of Tomorrow Flashback
    Booster's Day Out Appears

    Notes[edit | hide]

    • Logue's favorite pie is strawberry rhubarb.[19]

    Gallery[edit | hide]

    Promotional Images[edit | hide]

    References[edit | hide]


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