A girl that was native of a planet that was located in the same solar system as the planet known as the New Alliance.[1]

The New Alliance was the fifth planet in the Vega system, it was formerly known as Prison Planet.


New Alliance used to be known as the Prison Planet, and its holding facilities were still in use as the New Citadel's prison for its foes during the 20th century. The Citadel employed Branx and Gordanian warriors to oversee their prisoners.

Life on New Alliance was made even more difficult by its native life forms, which were little more than living expressions of aggression.[2]


  • New Alliance first appeared in Omega Men # 10 (January 1984).[3]


  1. As seen in DC Comics Super Heroes - My First Dictionary (2014).
  2. As seen in The Atlas of the DC Universe (1990).
  3. For more information about that DC comic book, click here.

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