34 years ago - Tigorr is born in a spaceport slum.
20 years ago - 14-year-old Tigorr accidentally kills a Citadel guard. He flees his spaceport home for his home planet where he joins the Karnan tribe, taking the name Toghurrhu.
12 years ago - 22-year-old Tigorr is married.
9 years ago - 25-year-old Tigorr leaves his homeworld after a Citadel attack kills much of his tribe including his wife. He goes to Hardcore Station and enlists for service with the Galactic Fleet
4 years ago - 30-year-old Tigorr, dissatisfied with the limitations of his role with the Galactic Fleet, deserts his post and becomes an interstellar freedom fighter, starting his own crew the Omega Men.
Tigorr is a relatively obscure character, one of the founding members of a lesser known team of intergalactic super-heroes. He occasionally became their leader, but was primarily a support character.
It was the Adam Strange miniseries Planet Heist's use of the Tigorr that elevated his profile, depicting him as a swashbuckling adventurer to an audience that was largely unfamiliar with the character. From there, he became a regular player in the various space adventures of the DC Universe. We've drawn our Omega Men from various stages of the book's history, but making Tigorr their original leader was always a no-brainer.
We've deliberately created a new threat and a new extremely powerful group of Omega Men, but even as they come together, Tigorr is still captain of his particular crew.