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Glory: Issue Seven
Art by: Mike Deodato
Publication information
Publisher Image Comics
First appearance Youngblood Strikefile (vol. 1) #1 (1993)
Created by Rob Liefeld
In-story information
Alter ego Gloriana Demeter
Team affiliations Allies
Notable aliases Gloria West
Abilities Super strength
flight capability
teleportation through reflective surfaces.

Glory is a fictional character originally from Image Comics, and later on from the Awesome Comics comic book series created by Rob Liefeld. The character's full name is Gloriana Demeter, a half-Amazonian, half-Demon warrior. The character was clearly meant to be a version of Wonder Woman in the Image universe, especially given the ties to mythology.


Rob Liefeld's Glory

Glory was the result of an alliance between the Lady Demeter of the Amazonians and the demon Lord Silverfall of the Underworld. Raised in her mother's world and trained by the Amazonians, she emerged as their finest warrior. However, she also struggled to control the savagery which was her paternal gift/curse. Not at home in either Amazonia or the Underworld, Glorianna went to the world of man.

During World War II, Glorianna fought for the Allied forces against the Nazis, alongside Supreme, another Liefeld creation. She was part of the second and third Brigade teams with other superheroes.

Alan Moore's Glory

Writer Alan Moore joined Image after having left DC Comics and spending a period of time working for independent companies. As he did on other Liefeld/Image works like Supreme and Youngblood, Moore relaunched Glory in March 1999 under the Awesome Comics line, blending mythology, adventure, and romance to the superheroine much as he would shortly do in his subsequent series for ABC Comics, Promethea.

In the retooling, Glory takes on a human identity by a waitress named Gloria West, in order to experience humanity. Only one issue was published (#0), but it was eventually republished with two additional issues for Avatar Press in 2001.

Title history

  • Glory (Vol.1) #1 (March 1995)–22 (April 1997)
  • Brigade (vol. 2) #17 and #20
  • Glory (Awesome Comics) #0
  • Glory (Avatar Press) #0-2

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