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The person who would become Mother Machine was a lieutenant affiliated with the Blackhawks Program. Kidnapped by Parademons mere hours before the formation of the Justice League, she was placed in a pod of otherworldly tech. She was the focus of a rescue mission by her teammates, but they were too late: the nanocytes had bonded totally with her, making her into a new posthuman being. Seeing nothing in her future except a career as the U.N.'s brainless goon, she made a run for it.[1]

Five years later, she ran into the Blackhawks again, now as a villain for them to defeat. They believe her dead, but she has backed up her mind on computers around the world, and vowed to return to carry out her plans.

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Blackhawk Squadron
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