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Rajeet is a former member of the Central City Circus and a meta-human.

Biography

Rajeet was a member of the Central City Circus since Nathan Bliss was a child. He lifted the boy up on wires, amusing him. Years later, after the circus was closed, he was devastated. However, following the S.T.A.R. Labs particle accelerator explosion, he gained the meta-human ability of telekinesis.[1]

After The Flash entered the circus, upon request by Mr. Bliss Rajeet levitated Barry further and further up until he went out of the Earth's atmosphere, then brought him back down.[2] When Mr. Bliss locked Barry up, Rajeet watched on as Bliss told Barry his actual life story. After he finished, Bliss decided to torture Barry until he was compliant, giving his nightmares.[1] Rajeet watched on as it happened. Suddenly, Cisco Ramon and Caitlin Snow crashed through, taking Barry. Unable to obtain him back, Mr. Bliss announced to the circus that they would have to put on their costumes, as it was showtime.[3] He left with the rest of the performers to "perform" during the half-time break at a Central City Cougars game. As they walked on, Mr. Bliss used his powers to strike fear in to everyone.[4] Rajeet was soon on top of an elephant, however, Bliss' plans were soon foiled by The Flash, who locked the entire circus up in to their own cages, beating them all. Rajeet and the rest of the Circus were locked up in the Pipeline. [5]

Powers and abilities

Powers

  • Meta-human physiology: After Mark was struck by the energy of the Particle Accelerator explosion, this altered his DNA and supercharged his cells, augmenting his physiology into beyond peak human condition.
    • Telekinesis: After surviving the S.T.A.R. Labs particle accelerator explosion. Rajeet gained the power of telekinesis. It allows him to move objects with his mind. He was able to levitate The Flash further and further up until he went out of the Earth's atmosphere, then brought him back down.

Appearances

Comics

The Flash: Season Zero

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "The Talented Mr. Bliss"
  2. "Big Top Brawl"
  3. "A Captive Audience"
  4. "Showtime"
  5. "The Big Finale"