Lobo is a bounty hunter who became a full-fledged character in the DC Universe throughout the 1990s. He is one of the most powerful villains created by Keith Giffen and Roger Slifer. The bounty hunter also made his live-action debut in the Krypton TV series in 2019.
DC brought a comic titled Crush & Lobo, featuring the Lord of Death and his daughter. The father-daughter duo had a strained relationship in the past, so now they finally have a chance to work things out between them.
The eight-series issue ran from June 2021 to January 2022. Written by Mariko Tamaki and drawn by Amancay Nahuelpan, the miniseries shows how Crush really wants to work through the issues with his father. However, The Main Man never missed an opportunity to get him in trouble.
Here are some notable things about Crush: If you’re eager to learn more about the bounty hunter’s daughter, you’ve landed in the right place.
Lobo’s daughter, Crush: Struggle to find biological parents, illegal fights, etc.
Crush was born as Xiomara from Czarnia’s bounty hunter. Although born to a Czarnian, Xiomara was not considered a full Czarnian due to her human mother’s blood in her body. Moreover, what differentiated her from a Czarnian was her eyes which had pupils. Otherwise, those belonging to the Czarnian race have full red eyes.
Once coiled in a mysterious chain known as the Obelus, Xiomara crash landed on Earth during the Burning Man festival in the Black Rock Desert. This makes his origin story quite similar to that of the noble Superman, where he was found by the Kents. However, Xiomara was found by a drug-addicted couple, Lisa and David Rojas. Although Obelus was there to protect Xiomara from danger, it allowed the pair to touch her. Therefore, they took it as an indication that the Enchanted Channel wanted them to take care of the child until his birth parents showed up. Even though the Rojas loved her as if she were his child, they couldn’t give her a safe life because their past wouldn’t let them go.
One day when Xiomara asked the Rojas about her biological parents, they told her that her biological parents were superheroes who at the time were busy saving the Universe. Consequently, she grew up thinking the same thing until she saw Lobo’s news, where he was seen fighting Superman. After the incident, she couldn’t resist going to see her biological father.
Later, she returned home to find her adoptive parents dead and her chain missing, so she preferred to flee the place because she knew she would only be held responsible for the crime she did not commit. .
She pursued a career in illegal fighting and assumed the identity of Crush. She earned her living through fighting. Her fighting skills led to her being approached by Robin, who asked her to join Teen Titans. She agreed to join the superhero group in hopes of finding her adoptive parents’ killer.