Character- Irony
Irony


Created by: Samuel Bruch

Other Pictures: Irony full body
                              
First appearance: Cop #2 Volume 1 



































































 
Real Name: Amy Cameron
Hair: Blond
Eyes: Blue
Height: 5 foot 11 inches

Age: 19
Country of Origin: USA


Ethical alliance: Good


History

Amy Cameron was not too thrilled to learn that her father, a reknown police officer, was the handler for wanabe super hero Alex Danger, aka the Hero Complex Kid.  This vigilante was allowed to carry out his superhero antics with backing from the city as a publicity stunt.

Her dislike did not spring from the fact that her father was involved in this affair, but rather by the fact that this stunt had brought other young men and women to emulate that vigilante's behaviour and every week, a new vigilante tried to make his mark as the Hero Complex Kid had.

Calling themselves superheroes, they took on crime with vigilante justice trying to right the wrongs done my miscreants in their respective neighbourhoods. Unfortunately, many realized too late, that criminals were not always deterred when faced with by masked and caped individual.

Many of these so called superheroes ended up being hospitalized. These were the lucky ones.

Every month, the news would report another dead vigilante and every month Amy would think to herself that although it was a sad thing, surely it would disuade others from following in their footsteps. But whether these young men and women paid any attention to the news, it seemed that none had heard the message. Someone else always followed in their footsteps.

Disgusted with all the teens getting hurt or killed, Amy decided to render her own form of justice. Taking up the mantel of Irony, the 19 year old became a street vigilante herself, but with a twist. She would not hunt down criminals. She would hunt down those teen vigilantes. She would become their villain with a cause. A cause to crush their spirits and make them rethink their
ways. And if she had to break a few bones in the process, then so be it. If it would save their lives, it would be worth the trouble.


Powers 


Martial arts: Irony has no powers however she has gymnastics training, kickboxing lessons, as well as knowledge of the law and criminal procedure from her father.



Weaknesses: She suffers from clinical ADHD.