|Occupation||B.P.R.D. field agent|
|First Comic Appearance||B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: Gods #1|
Fenix Espejo (pronounced fEh-neeks ehs-pEh-hoh) is a sixteen-year-old psychic, currently homeless and trying to survive like many others during the worldwide crisis. Due to being able to sense danger ahead of time, many others flocked to her for guidance and protection. When the B.P.R.D. heard of her existence and sought her out, Fenix shot Abe Sapien, nearly killing him, causing him to be out of action ever since. Andrew Devon was the only witness to this event, and later on sought her out to take her with him to BPRD Headquarters.
She is latina, her name means 'phoenix' and her surname means 'mirror', in Spanish.
Fenix is a teenager with green eyes and dyed pink hair. She has several piercings, and usually wears a hoodie and khaki pants, as well as an assortment of jewellery. Due to always being on the move, she never changes her wardrobe.
However, when they were in Texas she got sick, her psychic senses slightly dulled. When Dingo, Willis, and several others went to find her some medicine, she and Jorge waited at the train station, where two officers and a rottweiler dog discovered them. When they attacked Jorge and the group returned and focused their attention on beating up the officers, Fenix told them to stop, and the rottweiler dog followed her, which later on became her companion and named him Bruiser. Willis suggested they stay at an abandoned football stadium for the night, but Fenix refused and took the group elsewhere.
Afterwards, when Willis got back to the group and apologized for leaving them somewhere dangerous, Fenix assured him it wasn't his fault Jorge died and the BPRD detained Dingo, and told them all they had to head for Colorado.
Unable to make it to Colorado, Fenix and her group were stranded in New Mexico, which was where Devon found them. Between jesting and being serious, Fenix admitted to wanting to get in touch with government officials in Colorado and give herself in because she figured they had questions for her. But this way, she decided, turned out easier, because Devon would be able to pay for her and Bruiser's way out of the state. Therefore, it was decided that Devon would take Fenix to Colorado.
Fenix would not be deterred. She began to scream that they all had to get off the train or else they would die, and even used the emergency exit to jump off the train. Devon pursued her angrily, but before he could scold her, the earth trembled beneath their feet, causing an earthquake that overturned the train, snapped the compartments apart, and destroyed the rail. Tearful from the ordeal, Fenix vehemently told Devon to listen to her next time.
Like any sixteen-year-old, Fenix has a sense of humor, although hers tends to be quirkier and more cynical than most. She is both fearless and clever, able to come up with plans or excuses on the spot when the need arises. However, when she senses danger, she becomes agitated and frantic with worry, sometimes sounding aloof or childish in the process. Despite that, she will go to any lengths to reach safety, and sometimes even act against common sense.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit although it appeared that while she was sick, her psychic sense was dulled. Interestingly, animals may have an affinity towards her, such as the rottweiler owned by the two policemen that followed her and whom she now affectionately calls Bruiser.
Although Fenix and Devon do not know each other very long, Fenix already knows that Devon is not the type to seek revenge. Still, she isn't overtly fond of him and doesn't like the fact that he doesn't listen to her or believe her.
Bruiser is the rottweiler that belonged to two policemen in Texas that wound up following after Fenix and became her new companion. She cares for Bruiser enough to get back on the train that was about to leave despite the increasing danger she felt from doing so, and even threatened one of the workers at the station to take care of her dog.
The extent of the relationship Fenix had with Jorge is unknown, but he affectionately called her "Fee" and "baby" and worried greatly for her safety, often saying while she was sick that they ought to take her to a proper doctor or hospital. He also cared for her enough to throw himself in harm's way when she was in danger and sacrifice his life for her sake.
- "I know who you are."
- "What kinda low-rent green beret takes the train?"
- "Since when is Rambo afraid of volcanoes? Swoop in on some fighter jet, take us out."
- "What's wrong, 'special forces'? Why should you be nervous? You're the one with the gun."
- "I don't have 'visions'. I feel stuff, in my heart. I feel stuff, and it guides me, and it's never wrong. And it's getting worse."
- "From now on, you listen to me."
- B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: Gods #1
- B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: Gods #2 (mentioned only)
- B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: Gods #3
- B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: The Devil's Engine #1