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    Jordan Mahkent (Earth-2: Post-Crisis)




    You seem to think that power comes from other people's perception of you. From recognition or applause, but... That's not true power. Now, William, true power doesn't need to be seen. I've travelled across this country. I've hunted down everybody who played a part in Christine's death. Everybody who exposed her to the toxin that led her to get sick. And I did this because I, too, made a promise, William, to my wife as she lay dying in my bed that I would combat injustice for our son, for everyone's children.
    — Jordan Mahkent to William Zarick[src]

    Jordan Mahkent is a descendant of a powerful Norwegian family which possesses ice-based abilities from ancestors from Niflheim. Mahkent was also the supervillain known as Icicle, and the founder of both the Injustice Society of America and The American Dream.

    Biography[edit | hide | hide all]


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    Early Life[edit | hide]

    Mahkent's arrest record

    Jordan Mahkent was born to Sofus and Lily Mahkent in Norway.[2] However, Sofus and Lily soon brought their young son to the United States, hoping to evade those hunting their family for their dangerous ice-based abilities.[3]

    Marriage and Family[edit | hide]

    At some point, Mahkent was in London when he first saw Christine in Trafalgar Square, who he quickly became attracted to. He would watch her sketch as they both ate lunch in the same park, but he was nervous to speak to her as there was already another man pursuing her. After killing this man, he finally gained the courage to speak to her, at which point she showed him drawings she had made of him as she was also attracted to him and was waiting for him to approach her. The pair later got married and had a son together named Cameron Mahkent.[4]

    Fall of the Golden Age[edit | hide]

    Battle of Los Angeles[edit | hide]

    Battle of Los Angeles

    On December 24, 2010, Mahkent and the rest of the Injustice Society lured the Justice Society into a trap at an abandoned mansion after discovering that Brainwave had started to question their mission due to seeing the world through his wife's eyes. During the battle, Mahkent impaled Starman with an icicle, but he managed to get out of the mansion with the help of Stripesy. The Injustice Society then went outside and Mahkent ordered Solomon Grundy to follow their car, but they managed to escape.[5]

    Vengeance for Christine[edit | hide]

    Christine Mahkent

    Christine worked at a public school which, unbeknownst to everyone but Bannerman Chemicals, had been built atop a former chemical waste dumping site, which resulted in her developing cancer.[6] In 2012, Christine was lying on her deathbed and said her final goodbye to Cameron before telling Mahkent to continue his mission and asking him to promise to destroy anyone who gets in his way. She then died in front of him, which resulted in Mahkent running out of the house and into the garden, where he let out a scream and froze his surroundings.[2] He then left Blue Valley and handed over leadership of the ISA to William Zarick so that he could travel across the country in search of the people responsible for making his wife sick, leaving Cameron to be raised by his grandparents. On his journey, he also observed many small towns which had been forgotten about such as Littleville, Colorado and Hatton Corners, Indiana.[2]

    After Christine's death, Mahkent founded American Dream as a way to reshape the United States in his image, naming his plan Project: New America.[2]

    Return to Blue Valley[edit | hide]

    In 2020, Brainwave called Mahkent, who was at a graveyard in London, to inform him that someone had attacked his son with the Cosmic Staff, meaning that there must be a new Starman. Mahkent was doubtful of this and told King that they will sort it out and to do nothing until he returned.[5]

    The next night, Mahkent returned to Blue Valley just after Brainwave's defeat at the hands of Stargirl. He arrived in a black car outside American Dream and went inside, pressing his hand on a hidden screen on the wall which opened a door to a tunnel system. He walked through, past Solomon Grundy, who was locked behind a metal door, to the ISA's headquarters where he was met by Steve Sharpe. Sharpe showed him footage of the person who defeated Brainwave, and he stated that he killed one Starman and that he could kill another.[7]

    Project: New America[edit | hide]

    True Power[edit | hide]

    The Satellite[edit | hide]

    Family Dinner[edit | hide]

    Taking Off His Mask[edit | hide]

    An Accident[edit | hide]

    Rebirth[edit | hide]

    Monitoring Blue Valley[edit | hide]

    Making Amends[edit | hide]

    Lying to Cameron[edit | hide]

    Death[edit | hide]

    Powers and Abilities[edit | hide]

    Powers[edit | hide]

    Mahkent transforms into Icicle
    • Cryophysiology: Mahkent inherited his family's ice-based abilities, which were allegedly blessed by ancestors from Niflheim.[8]
      • Cryokinesis: Mahkent is able to manipulate water-based substances and convert them into different forms, being able to create snow, slush, hail and icicles.
        • Ice Breath/Superhuman Breath: When Mahkent utilizes his abilities, cold air is emitted from his mouth. This ability can be performed in a greater scale, freezing objects from a great distance or generating gusts of wind.[2]
        • Reforming: After being shattered by an accelerating vehicle, Mahkent's ice form was melted under the heat of the sun and unconsciously entered the utility system. Over the following year, Mahkent used his love for his family to work towards reforming his body, though had no control over himself as he was in a state of dreams. Despite his success, Mahkent was severely weakened in his physical condition and relied on his abilities to remain alive.[9]
        • Thermokinesis: Mahkent has the ability to significantly lower the temperature of an area he is present in.[2]
      • Transformation: Mahkent was able to cover his body in a thick layer of ice which was capable of deflecting enemy attacks.[2]

    Abilities[edit | hide]

    Weaknesses[edit | hide]

    • Cryogenic Form: While his cryogenic form gave him a series of superhuman abilities, it also left him vulnerable to strong forces, as shown when Mike Dugan shattered his icicle form by hitting him with an accelerating pickup truck.[10]

    Equipment[edit | hide]

    Former Equipment[edit | hide]

    • Icicle Suit: While Mahkent can conceal his identity with a mask of ice, he still wore a protective suit to protect himself from his opponents in combat.[2]

    Appearances[edit | hide]

    Appearances
    Stargirl Appears
    S.T.R.I.P.E. Appears
    Icicle Appears
    Wildcat Appears
    The Justice Society Appears
    Shiv Part One Appears
    Shiv Part Two Appears
    Brainwave Appears
    Brainwave Jr. Appears
    Shining Knight Appears
    Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. Part One Appears
    Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. Part Two Appears
    Summer School: Chapter One Pictured
    Summer School: Chapter Three Mentioned
    Summer School: Chapter Four Pictured
    Summer School: Chapter Five Pictured
    Summer School: Chapter Six Pictured
    Summer School: Chapter Seven Pictured
    Summer School: Chapter Nine Illusion
    Summer School: Chapter Ten Mentioned
    Summer School: Chapter Thirteen Painting
    Chapter One: The Murder Voice
    Chapter Two: The Suspects Pictured
    Chapter Three: The Blackmail Appears
    Chapter Four: The Evidence Appears
    Chapter Five: The Thief Pictured
    Chapter Six: The Betrayal Appears
    Chapter Seven: Infinity Inc. Part One Appears
    Chapter Eight: Infinity Inc. Part Two Appears
    Chapter Nine: The Monsters Pictured
    Chapter Ten: The Killer Appears
    Chapter Eleven: The Haunting Appears
    Chapter Twelve: The Last Will and Testament of Sylvester Pemberton Appears
    Chapter Thirteen: The Reckoning Appears

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    Gallery[edit | hide]

    Promotional Images[edit | hide]

    References[edit | hide]


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