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After the death of the Old Gods and before the rise of the new, there was a time when monstrous shadow elementals walked he cosmos. The last of them remaining is S'ivaa, the Dancer of destruction, a powerful monster whose dance could destroy the universe. When the New Gods came to power, S'ivaa fell asleep under the eternal sea on New Genesis, there sleeping undisturbed for eons.
When Darkseid corrupted the Source S'ivaa awoke, and immediately proceeded to carry out his purpose. With all the Gods either powerless or uncaring due to the madness in the Source, S'ivaa made way to the middle point between Apokolips and New Genesis. There, he began his dance of destruction, which, when completed, would tear apart the fabric of space and time. To battle him, Highfather called upon Superman and Orion to stall S'ivaa, while himself and Darkseid sought to breach the Source and undo the damage Darkseid has done.
Eventually, S'ivaa was defeated when Superman and Orion tossed him through a hole in space he himself created, hurling him to the rupture in the Source Wall created by Highfather and Darkseid. S'ivaa was pulled into the Source Wall, becoming a part of it forever.
S'ivaa's powers were vast. As a shadow elemental, he was immune to the powers of Gods, like Omega Effect and Astro-Force, which is why Highfather had to draft Superman to help them.
- Appearances of S'ivaa (New Earth)
- Images featuring S'ivaa (New Earth)
- Quotations by or about S'ivaa (New Earth)
- Character Gallery: S'ivaa (New Earth)
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