Ace Lightning

Real Name: Ace Lightning

Identity/Class: Hologram

Occupation: Lightning Knight

Affiliations: Mark Hollander, Sparx

Enemies: Lord Fear, Googler, Pigface, Staffhead, Anvil, Dirty Rat, Lady Illusion, Kilobyte;
Random Virus (only an enemy of the Lightning Knights when he’s in evil mode – and he has a faulty program which means he often switches back and forth between good and evil – the good side of him is one of Ace’s best friends, and though he appears to have little contact with Sparx, they still apparently know each other)

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: U.S.A.;
originally Sixth Dimension

First Appearance: Ace Lightning (4th September 2002)

Powers/Abilities: Able to fly, able to fire bolts of lightning. He recharges by draining electricity from objects which use same, such as car batteries.

History: Mark Hollander had recently moved to America from his native England. One night, as a storm raged around his house, he played his favourite video game, "Ace Lightning and the Carnival of Doom". Mark had just discovered a hidden level (#7), and was about to enter it, when lightning struck the satellite dish. The power raced through the cables, down into Mark's computer, somehow bringing the characters within the program to life.

Now Ace Lightning and his enemies are real, and continuing their battles to gather the pieces of the Amulet of Zoar, starting with a fight in Mark's back yard - to them the real world is simply another level of the video game. Afterwards, when the villains had fled into the night to regroup, Ace enlisted Mark's assistance, figuring he had to be a fellow "Lightning Knight". Now Mark has to struggle to be a superhero, while also trying to live a normal life.

Comments: His voice is provided by Michael Riley.

Thanks to Chris Sheldon for additional information.

CLARIFICATIONS: Not to be confused with

Any Additions/Corrections? Please let me know.

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