In the comics created by Keith Giffen, John Rogers, and Cully Hammer, Mexican-American teenager Jaime Reyes is the third character to assume the mantle of the Blue Beetle after Dan Garret and Ted Kord.
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In comic books, Jaime Reyes wields an alien scarab that can form armor and weapons over his body. Reyes worked with Kord's former teammate and best friend, Booster Gold, and was inducted into the Teen Titans. This will mark the first time a Latino lead will be featured in a stand-alone superhero title for DC.
In addition to his 12-year comic book history, Jaime Reyes has been a major presence in other DC Comics-based media, including the live-action series Smallville and the animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Young Justice: Invasion, and more. Are you ready for a Blue Beetle movie?