In DC’s Infinite Frontier, Roy Harper has been brought back to life, but he’s also been given a major cosmic upgrade with some serious ramifications.

Warning! Spoilers ahead for Infinite border # 1

In the new DC Comics Infinite border series, DC’s dead hero Roy harper has come to life with new cosmic powers. While this new series sees the DC universe grappling with a reborn multiverse and the larger omniverse, the characters have also returned after DC. Death metal. As such, Roy Harper’s resurrection seems to have come with a major change in his personal status quo now that he’s back in the land of the living, gaining new powers that he didn’t know he had and that he can’t seem to control (at least not yet).

In previous issues of DC Comics, Roy had been killed by an inadvertent energy surge caused by Wally West’s mental breakdown in Sanctuary, as seen in Tom King and Clay Mann. Heroes in crisis. However, DC’s final battle Dark Nights: Death Metal (Scott Snyder / Greg Capullo) vs. the Darkest Knight had Batman resurrected a massive army using a Black Lantern ring, and Roy was one of those who returned to fight for the multiverse. However, the new Infinite border The DC Comics era has revealed that Roy is seemingly back for good, though he kept a low profile and chose to keep his return a secret for now.

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However, it does not appear that Roy will be able to remain hidden for much longer, as he has apparently become a high value target as seen in Infinite border # 1 by the writer Joshua Williamson and the artist Xermanico. While eating at a restaurant, Roy is attacked by the multiversal bounty hunter known as the X-Tract. However, she and her team are kicked out of the restaurant thanks to a giant fist of black energy. Back inside, Roy was thanking whoever saved him, only to find that he saved himself with amazing new powers like Black Lantern.


Apparently, it appears that Roy is not as alive as fans (or Roy himself for that matter) thought. Not only that, but it seems that he inadvertently created constructions of himself from different eras in his life, like Speedy, Red Arrow, Arsenal, and even when he was just Roy, working with Red Hood and the Outlaws. While it certainly has to be the result of Batman resurrecting him in Death metal, What does Roy have that allows him to wield a Black Lantern ring?

In any case, it appears that Roy is being set up to be a major player in the multiverse as Infinite border continues, and it’s a pretty safe bet that you’ll probably end up joining the ranks of the multiversal Justice Encarnate, as they don’t have a Lantern-type hero on the team yet. However, it seems that X-Tract was just the beginning. The issue strongly implied that Psycho-Pirate and Darkseid are trying to manipulate Flash into helping them find Roy as well, as his new Black Lantern status would make him an extremely powerful asset, despite the fact that Roy harper He seems to have no idea how to control the new powers that he has somehow gained in the DC Universe.

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