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Daisy Watkins

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Daisy Watkins
Publication information
PublisherDC Comics
First appearanceStatic #4 (September 1993)
Created byDwayne McDuffie (co-writer)
Robert L. Washington III (co-writer)
John Paul Leon (artist)
In-story information
Alter egoDaisy Watkins
Team affiliationsStatic
Supporting character ofStatic
Notable aliasesnone
AbilitiesGifted Intellect

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Daisy Watkins is fictional character that appears in comic books published by DC Comics and a supporting character of Static/Virgil Hawkins. Created by writers Dwayne McDuffie and Robert L. Washington III, and artist John Paul Leon, Daisy first appeared in Static #4 (September 1993), one of the titles published by Milestone Comics, an imprint of DC Comics. After the closing of Milestone Comics, Daisy became part of DC's mainstream universe of characters.

Publication history[edit]

Daisy Watkins first appeared in Static #4 (September 1993) created by Dwayne McDuffie, Robert L. Washington III & John Paul Leon (artist).

Fictional character biography[edit]

Milestone and DC Universes[edit]

Daisy Watkins is a smart but shy girl who attends Ernest Hemingway High School, where she's also friends with Frieda Goren, Rick Stone & Virgil Hawkins despite her shyness. Unbeknownst to Daisy and everyone else, Virgil Hawkins is also the superhero known as Static in secret.[1][2][3][4]

Daisy once has feelings for Virgil and they date for a brief time, but Virgil's double-life as superhero 'Static' and the constant responsibilities that come with it interfere with their relationship, and it isn't long before Daisy gets tired of Virgil always missing their dates and breaking promises, so they both decide to break up.[5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20]

Powers and abilities[edit]

Daisy has no special powers of her own, she's just a high school student with a talent in science and math, and is an average human with average strength.

In other media[edit]


  • Daisy appears on the TV series Static Shock as a part of the DCAU. This version of Daisy is less shy, more popular like her friend Frieda Goren, and a friend of Shenice Vale as well. She is intelligent, having attended the Vanmoor Institute, a school for gifted youth, but after Daisy's seniors are revealed to be criminals (taken down by Static) and therefore arrested, her parents put her in a safer public school which Virgil also attends. When she comes into contact with Static, she becomes infatuated with him, but he places her in dangerous situations several times; for example, in the episode "Consequences", the falling debris of a building (caused by a fight between Static and the villains Puff and Onyx) falls down on her, putting her in a coma, but she eventually recovers. Another example of this is in the crossover episode "Toys in the Hood" where she is kidnapped by a teacher, Ms. Moore, who is revealed to be an android named Darcy Mason, created by Superman's enemy Toyman. Daisy's "perfect" body is used as a template to create an artificial copy for "Moore" to use as a new body. Daisy is saved by Static and Superman. She also develops a relationship with Virgil Hawkins (not knowing his secret identity as Static) which becomes on again/off again because Virgil repeatedly cancels plans without warning and suddenly disappears when they are together; due to his responsibilities as Static, interfering with their time together and frustrating Daisy. Daisy was voiced by Crystal Scales.


  1. Static #4
  2. Static #5
  3. Static #6
  4. Static #8
  5. Static #10
  6. Static #11
  7. Static #13
  8. Static #19
  9. Static #20
  10. Static #21
  11. Static #25
  12. Static #26
  13. Static #27
  14. Static #29
  15. Static #30
  16. Static #32
  17. Static #35
  18. Static #40
  19. Static #41
  20. Static #42

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