The Religious Affiliation of

Religion: Egyptian classical religion CBR Scale: U

Name: Isis

Classification: supporting character supporting character  

Publisher(s): Marvel

First Appearance: Generation M #2 (Feb. 2006): "Decimation: Chapter 2"

Creators: Paul Jenkins, Ramon Bachs, John Lucas

Number of Appearances: 1

Gender: female

Note: she-male prostitute

Isis was a she-male prostitute mentioned but apparently never shown in Generation M #2, probably in association with reporter Sally Floyd's visit to Stacy X, a prostitute who lost her powers on M-Day. "Isis" was certainly not this male character's real name, but was the name he/she chose to use professionally. "Isis" is the name of one of the most popular goddesses from pantheon of the classical Egyptian religion. Ironically, Isis was worshipped as the goddess of fertility and was regarded as the archetypal wife and mother, characteristics obviously opposite anything signified by a male prostitute that casts himself as woman for the purpose of reproductively impossible activity. Did "Isis" choose this name because he/she actually worships Egyptian classical religion? The answer is almost certainly no. But the juxtaposition between this religiously-derived name and this character's career is interesting to note.

This character is in the following story which has been indexed by this website:
Generation M #2 (Feb. 2006): "Decimation: Chapter 2"

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