Lady Comet, Angel
Secret, but known to certain government officials
Place of Birth
(historical) Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends #1 (1981); (in continuity) Uncanny X-Men #193 (1985)
Firestar #1-4 (1986)
Firestar recently made some decisions regarding both her personal and super-heroic life. First, she decided to end her engagement with Justice, since she felt that she should explore more of her life and future before marriage. And her second decision was to retire from being a superhero; due to the actions caused by the Super-Human Registration Act, which sparked the Civil War.
Angelica moved back home, determined to live a normal life - until Night Thrasher uncovered her secret identity and pressured her into helping him found the New Warriors. As a mainstay of that super-youth group, Firestar grew into a formidable albeit reluctant champion, and she forged a lasting romance with fellow Warrior Justice, eventually following him to the legendary Avengers super-team he had long idolized. Shortly before joining the Avengers, Angelica had discovered that the microwave radiation she manipulated was threatening to render her sterile. This problem was solved by Hank Pym, who created a special suit to siphon off Firestar's excess radiation. Free from one of her greatest fears, Firestar resumed her adventures with renewed zeal. For a time, Firestar and Justice infiltrated he Triune Understanding spiritual movement at the behest of Avengers founder Iron Man. After the Triune's corrupt leadership was exposed and neutralized, the couple helped the Avengers thwart Kang's attempted conquest of Earth, then opted for Avengers reserve status to devote more time to their personal lives.