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The title or other information in this article is taken from the Super Powers franchise that spun off from the Super Friends franchise, beginning with the Super Powers Collection, and continuing in a variety of books, comics, toys and games, particularly the DC Heroes RPG.

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Continuity-Related Comic Book Character
R.J. Brande
R.J. Brande
Information
Real name: Ren Daggle
AKA: René Jacques Brande
Species: Durlan
Homeworld: Durla
Universe: Earth-1A
Hair: White
Eyes: Green
Relatives: Reep Daggle (son)
Occupation: Businessman
Base: United Planets
Affiliations: Legion of Super-Heroes

R.J. Brande was a businessman who founded the Legion of Super-Heroes.

He even had a son that was a Legionnaire named Reep Daggle; better known as Chameleon Boy.

History

Earth-1A

This section is not yet written.

Powers and Abilities

Super Powers

  • Durlan Physiology: Ren was a Durlan, a race of alien beings that could shape-shift at any time for any length of time with little limitation on size or shape. As such his physiology was in constant flux and he hardly took his original orange Durlan form.
    • Shape-Shifting: Like all Durlans, Ren possessed the ability to transform his body's size, shape and color to mimic any person, creature or object in the universe.
    • Elasticity: Having a malleable form, Ren could stretch and extend his form despite being in a solid form.
    • Enhanced Senses: Durlans could scan objects and/or living forms and store their shape into their brains. Scanning with their antenna took only a few moments and the Durlan could take that form at any time.

Abilities

Weakness

  • Illness: Ren contracted Yorggian Fever which trapped him the form he was in at the time. Because of this, he appeared as a Human with all the strengths and weaknesses that form provided.

Appearances

Super Friends books

Notes

References

  1. This comic story was reprinted in the Portuguese language in Super Powers # 1 (1986).
  2. For more information about that DC comic book, click here.

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