During the Anti-Monitor Crisis, Erica as well as everyone in the multiverse except for the seven Paragons, was killed in an antimatter wave by the Anti-Monitor on December 10, 2019, only to be restored a month later, after the Paragons and the Spectre created a new universe.
Erica Moran is seen training in the A.S.A. facility when Sara Grey demands that a kill order be placed for Lynn Stewart after choosing her as a member of Black Lightning's team. A deal was then made to return the meta-humans Black Lightning chose back to their families after the mission. Following the success of the mission to Markovia, the A.S.A. kept their end of the deal, allowing Erica to return to her family with her profile erased from the A.S.A.'s database.
Erica Moran is shown to be resilient, quiet and even hostile at times. Rarely talking to others and mostly keeping to herself, she has often refused to engage in conversion with some of her teammates, most notably Geoffrey Baron. This could also be due to her lack of interest in him. Despite these qualities, however, Erica displays a willingness to help others when it counts most.
Powers and abilities
- Meta-human physiology: Erica Moran's status as a meta-human allows her to have unique abilities.
- Peak of human physical condition: Erica is in top physical condition from her training at the A.S.A.
- Expert hand-to-hand combatant/Martial artist: Erica has been shown to possess impressive martial arts skills from her training at the A.S.A. Being able to take on multiple agents with ease.
- Indomitable will/High tolerance for pain: Erica has shown to be able to stand pain thanks to her powers after being repeatedly punched by Anissa during a mission.
- Meta booster: Erica briefly lost her powers after Lynn Stewart used her meta booster to gain access to her powers. However, Erica got her powers back after Lynn's booster wore off.
Behind the scenes
- Erica Moran is a gender-bent version of the DC character Eric Moran, also known as Freight Train, a superhero and member of the Outsiders.