Alexandros VarkarionKnown Aliases:
Father was Titanicus, Mother was Greek-AmericanGender:
Becomes more powerful when in sunlight, Super strength (Up to 85 tons), Can fire energy bolts referred to as Starbolts from his hands and feet, Can be propelled by Starbolts to enter a state of flight (Fastest recorded speed is mach 1), Extremely durable to the point of only receiving light bruising from a RPG.Background:
Alexandros was the son of the king of Titanica, Xus. According to Alexandros, King Xus enjoyed vacationing on planets that housed other forms of life, often mating with the dominant species. When one human woman he spent the night with became pregnant, Xus would leave Earth and return to Titanica, only leaving behind a message of who the Titanicus are and basic knowledge on his alien heritage.
From then on, Alexandros was raised by his single mother in Seattle, Washington, hiding his powers and father's true identity until he became an adult. At 21, the man moved out of his mother's home to Los Angeles, California where he would become forced to intervene in a hostage situation during a bank robbery where a nearby mother and child were in danger. The praise and recognition the people showed him convinced him to continue being a hero, claiming the entire state of California to be under his protection.
For the past five years, Alexandros has shown admirable effort in keeping his territory protected from major threats and has even occasionally helped in crises outside the West coast. It is likely that he plans on putting the entire Earth under his protection once he feels he has gained enough experience. While his past actions are appreciated, steps should be taken in finding further weaknesses in case at any point his mission should clash with those of the US government's interests.Psychological Analysis:
Alexandros seems to be very adaptable, looking to solve any problem put in front of him, regardless of whether the solution be to use force or his words. He knows he's powerful, but shows remarkable restraint in flaunting or bragging about it, always using just the right amount of strength that is needed.
No mental illnesses can be found, though he does seem to show a significant amount of disdain for his father. However, it might still be in the best interest of the BMHA to keep constant surveillance. A common criticism against the man is that he appears almost too kind to the point that many agents with personal experience with the man find him suspiciously nice.Known Rival: MeltdownSee Attached File