Jericho tells Isherwood of his marriage, and he disapproves of Jericho's choice because of his sexuality. [11], Jericho briefly escaped the Titans to plague the presidential election of 2008 of the main DC Universe, even going so far as to use Green Lantern's body to fight the Justice League upon being discovered. Blackfire, Video Games [84], Joe Wilson as Jericho, as he appeared on a panel of, Learn how and when to remove this template message, Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons: The Movie, "The Controversy of Teen Titans #20 |", "A New Deathstroke Is Coming to Titans, Along with Jericho", "TEEN TITANS: THE JUDAS CONTRACT DROPS FIRST TRAILER, ANNOUNCES RATING", "First Look at CW Seed's Michael Chiklis-Led Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons",, The Uncanny X-Men and The New Teen Titans,, Wikipedia articles with plot summary needing attention from September 2017, All Wikipedia articles with plot summary needing attention, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Motor function control of others through eye contact, Jericho has a non-voiced appearance in the, This page was last edited on 24 November 2020, at 17:39. Shimmer | He found some flat ground and, pitched his own tent. Jericho also appeared as a recurring character on the second season of the DC Universe series Titans played by Chella Man. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Sometime later when confronting Brother Blood, the Titan Cyborg downloaded Jericho out of Raven's mind and on to a computer disk. Status Afterwards, a normal Jericho goes to Rose and comfort each other over their recent tragedies. If Slade died, however, we won't be seeing Joe Wilson as either a protege or an enemy of Deathstroke - but he could become the new Deathstroke instead. Growing up, Joe went on to follow in his father's footsteps, joining the Australian Secret Intelligence Service. Dr. Light | [29][30] Wanting to know why he's having migraines, Jericho has Dr. Plasmus | Krall | Honk | Nega Starfire | H.I.V.E. Jericho laid dormant within his own mind while the souls of Azarath began searching for new bodies. Trigon | Atlas | Evil-doer Jericho has also appeared in media outside of the comics, starting with the Teen Titans animated series that ran from 2003-2006. Jericho has also shown the ability to regrow his gouged out eyeballs; this feat apparently came with the price of still-impaired vision but the return of his possession ability in its full capacity. Originally Jericho was only able to control motor functions once in a body leaving them still able to hear, see and talk but unable to do little more than struggle to control their limbs, however over time Jericho gained mastery of this power and is able to cut off his host's consciousness completely. In addition, his physical body is dormant and immobile, leaving it vulnerable to attacks if no one is there to protect it. Following the incident, Joseph's mother Adeline divorced Slade (she had previously tried to kill him, but only succeeded in blinding him in one eye) and took Joseph and his older brother Grant with her. Slade | Jericho at some point exposed himself to the Gen-factor, which gave him his powers. Meanwhile, Etienne get a lecture from her employer about how she compromised her mission by getting so close to Jericho and then gets a call from Rose, who is traveling to see her brother to prevent the vision she saw. Katarou | He threatened to kill John and his agents in their confrontation, and managed to best them in battle. There are several ways that this could happen, of course, and a lot is riding on whether or not Slade survived the explosion on the island. Magic God | Johnny Rancid | [17], In a Teen Titans tie-in to the Blackest Night crossover, Jericho is seen in possession of Grant's body, now a member of the undead Black Lantern Corps, saving Rose from the attack of Adeline, Wintergreen, and Wade Defarge. Piglets | One day Slade lost control while sparring as he got flashbacks of him training Oliver and he left a heavy scratch on Joe's hand, causing it to bleed, much to Joe's frustration. [24], Unlike his blissful childhood in the original comics, Jericho's family life was strained by the time he was a young teenager, as his father and mother were constantly fighting over his father's long absences due to his supposed government missions. Twister | There's no way of knowing what Joe has been up to for all these years, so he could well have spent them training, and show up as a full-fledged superhero/villain in his own right.