From Unofficial Handbook of the Virtue Universe
|Soulshine by Rudy Nebres|
|Real Name:||Craig ?|
|Occupation:||Founding Member of the Justice Force|
|Place of Birth:||Krudonia|
|Base of Operations:||Paragon City|
|Dark Matter Control, Light Control, Energy Blasts (Light & Dark), Enhanced Physical Stats|
|Streetwise, quotes song titles quickly, Tenor Sax (Novice). Various Athletic Sports (soccer, fencing and snowboarding). Limited skills in Wood and Metal Working.|
|No additional information available.|
Soulshine's father was the original super villain Omni. He discovered his dad's workshop and, realizing who his father was, stole the new ,but unfinished, prototype suit, that his father had built.
Hunted by his father and his teammates, the Legion, he fled NYC. Stepping onto the bus, to Paragon City, Soulshine had nothing but the clothes on his back and a worthless battle-suit wadded up in an empty saxophone case.
Stepping off the bus, not knowing what to do, or where to go, he sat on a bench in the terminal, and tried to sort things out, when suddenly, he saw some men in ski masks attempt to rob the ticket booth. He watched, and as the men were about the get away, they fell down to the ground, their pants having fallen around their ankles. Soulshine (as Craig) ran over to see what had happened, when a colorful hero type appeared from nowhere, and held the men until the police came.
After the incident was over, the hero, whom Craig had heard the police call Chain Lightning, turned to leave, and nearly ran into Craig. He started to apologize, but Craig cut him off, and asked him if they could talk. After hearing his tale, Chain Lightning suggested that he come back to the Justice Towers, to meet Superstellar, and the rest of the Justice Force.
Once he met the heroes, he realized what he was meant to do with the suit, and with the help of the team gadgeteer, Shriek, Soulshine was able to get the battle suit working properly. Soulshine joined the team for a super hero education, companionship in this new city and protection from his past, as well as trying to make up for his father's misdeeds.