Jaime Reyes is an anecdotal character, a superhero showing up in American comic books distributed by DC Comics. Made by Keith Giffen, John Rogers, and Cully Hamner, the character showed up in Infinite Crisis (February 2006).
Jaime Reyes is the third character to take on the position of Blue Beetle, however he is generously not quite the same as his ancestors. Presented in 1939, the first Blue Beetle, Dan Garret, was a Fox Comics cop who battled wrongdoing with superpowers picked up by ingesting Vitamin 2X. A redid form of this character, paleologist Dan Garrett, presented in 1964 by Charlton Comics drew otherworldly capacities from an antiquated Egyptian scarab. Distributed by Charlton Comics and later DC, 1966 creation Ted Kord was Garret’s understudy who proceeded with his inheritance of costumed wrongdoing battling, despite the fact that he had no superpowers.
DC’s presentation of Jaime Reyes in 2006 retconned and developed the Blue Beetle mythos. Uncovered to be outsider in starting point, the scarab securities with Reyes and gives him a suit of extraterrestrial protective layer soon after Kord’s demise. In spite of the fact that solitary a young person, Reyes rapidly frames a working association with Kord’s previous colleague and closest companion Booster Gold and is enlisted into the Teen Titans.