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Prime #1 (June 11, 1993) This Day In Comics

Prime #1 (June 11, 1993) This Day In Comics

Prime #1 (June 11, 1993) This Day In Comics

Prime is really a thirteen-year-old boy named Kevin Green with the power to transform into a super-powered adult. He debuted in Prime #1 (June 11, 1993) under Malibu Comics’ Ultraverse imprint.

Kevin retains the thoughts, memories and consciousness of his thirteen-year-old self as Prime. Kevin transforms into Prime by projecting an organic ‘liquid flesh’ material from his torso. The liquid flesh then shapes itself into a tall man with exceptionally large and defined muscular development. Prime can revert to his teenage form by destabilizing the outer body into a mess of protein goo, either consciously or when his Prime-body’s energy reserves run out. When this happens, Kevin must pull himself out of the body’s remains or risk suffocating from lack of oxygen. This is a chief source of conflict for the character as he is frequently placed in adult situations and circumstances he may not be mature enough to deal with.

Superhuman strength, stamina, durability, and flight. He also has the ability to concentrate and release energy as a concussive blast. All of his powers are manifested by his own consciousness so his powers are limited only by how strong he thinks he should be. He also has assumed other forms such as Space Prime, Rogue Prime, Final Prime, and Spider Prime (the form he became while helping Spider-Man fight the Lizard in the Marvel Universe). His resistance to physical injury is also exceptionally high, having survived a close proximity explosion of several nuclear warheads. Prime can also fly at Mach-level of velocity.

Prime #1

Artist: Norm Breyfogle
Letterer: Tim Eldred
Color Design: Paul Mounts
Editor: Chris Ulm
Published by: Malibu Comics
Cover Date: June 1993

Prime #1 – Prime Time! released by Malibu on June 1993

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