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Major Song was an astronaut and an experimental subject for Project Black Star.


Project Black Star[]

Project Black Star chose Major Song to be their subject. He was given a shot by Caitlin Snow, in order to sleep for the nine months in space whilst hooked up to hardware. The nine months went by and he woke up not seeing Caitlin at all, and only saw what the sensors saw, as he and the machine were one. With the connection between the man and computers more powerful than anticipated, the scientists decided to leave him up there for more data. For many years, Song was stuck in the machine, eventually forgetting his name and rank. In late 2013, however, S.T.A.R. Labs particle accelerator exploded and dark energy shot in to the sky, coursing though Song and the machine he was hooked up to, making the two of them permanently one.[1]

Attack on Central City[]

Months later, Song crashed in Central City, releasing an abundance of radiation. As he got up,the CCPD had to flee, with the help of The Flash. As Song was creating chaos across Central City, The Flash attempted to stop him, but the satellite's space debris deflection system shot a laser at him. The Flash was eventually able to access the satellite's communications portal, allowing Caitlin Snow to talk to him. Acknowledging that he would simply be a test subject were he found, Caitlin enabled the satellite's auto-destruct sequence, allowing him to die.[1]


Prior to the commencement of Project Black Star, Song appeared to be mentally up for anything. However, after his transformation, he seemed to have lost hope, wishing to simply die rather than be subjected to more tests.[1]

Powers and abilities[]


  • Meta-human physiology: After Song was struck by the energy of the Particle Accelerator explosion, this altered his DNA and supercharged his cells, augmenting his physiology into beyond peak human condition.
    • Satellite enhancements: Due to his infusion with the Black Star satellite while being affected by dark matter, Song was given natural access to all of the satellite's capabilities and hardware.[1]



The Flash: Season Zero[]