Throughout the Series
In LaWanda: The Book of Hope, he was first shown face timing Jennifer at school. He told her about what was happening at Garfield High. He told Jennifer that he wanted to see her, and she said he could visit her tomorrow.
The next night, he visited Jennifer at her house. He joined her on the roof as she smoked. Khalil said he missed her. He started to talk about Black Lightning, and she told him how it was hard to see his face. He told her that when she got kidnapped, it made him realize how much he liked her. He asked Jennifer to be his girlfriend and she, while smiling, said yes. Then, he proceeded to give her a necklace as a gift and they kissed.
The following day at Garfield, he was on the treadmill working out when he was interrupted by a very drunk Jennifer. Upon seeing her drunk, he snatched the bottle from Jennifer and threw it into the trash. He told her about how he's lived a hard life, but his skills in track will lead out of Freeland. He told her that he wants her to come with him, but not the way she is behaving.
In LaWanda: The Book of Burial, he was on the roof with Jennifer discussing their plans to have sex that following Friday. After Jennifer asked him if he had condoms, he confessed that he lied about not being a virgin. To his surprise, Jennifer smiled and told him that she was also a virgin. They smiled and hugged each other.
On Friday, he was leaving the school until Jefferson called him. Jefferson started asking about his shower routine which made Khalil uncomfortable. After Jefferson walked off, Khalil stood in the halls looking dumbfounded. That night, he was at the Freeland March along with Jennifer. He watched as Black Lightning saved them from the bullets and joined in singing Amazing Grace. When Syonide shot Reverend Jeremiah Holt, the bullet hit him as well, and he collapsed to the ground.
At the hospital, he was rushed to the operating room. Later on, Jennifer revealed that the bullet hit his spine and that Khalil may never walk again.
Khalil is a young black male. He is tall with an athletic body. Khalil is mostly seen wearing casual clothing such as jackets and skinny jeans.
He was once a very optimistic and caring; once worried about his girlfriend Jennifer Pierce. He was also a brave and a genuinely kind-hearted person, however once Tobias Whale convinced him to join his ranks, he became a ruthless killer who did not show any signs of remorse for his actions.
In season 2 however, he shows that the "new him" was just a facade and wanted to leave the 100. Also showing signs that Tobias was manipulating him and trying to get him to kill other people.
Powers and Abilities
- Spinal Implant Enhancement: Because of his spinal implant in his back Khalil has multiple enhanced abilities thanks to his implant that makes his body more powerful than the regular human body.
- Enhanced Strength: Because of his implant in his back Khalil's strength is enhanced and is strong enough for him to punch Jefferson across a hallway and kill him.
- Poison Transmitter: As a defense given to him by Tobias Whale he has a gauntlet that can generate darts full of a powerful poison strong enough to knock a person unconscious, but is not strong enough to completely kill a person.
- Enhanced Agility: With his enhanced strength Khalil has the ability to have enhanced agility that he used to jump up onto Jennifer's roof multiple times, and to jump down off of a building and still be ok.
- Master Combatant: Khalil can hold his own in a fight but is not skilled enough as to date to win one: in Jennifer's head he lost, he almost lost to Cutter and he lost all 3 of his fights against Tobias. After being taken in by the A.S.A. he mastered 23 different fighting styles. This included Wing Chun, Silat, Ju-jitsu, Muay Thai, Tawekendo, Aikido, Kali, Wrestling, Western Boxing, Judo, and possibly more.
An implant that would be a metal spine.
|LaWanda: The Book of Hope||Appears|
|LaWanda: The Book of Burial||Appears|
|And Then the Devil Brought the Plague: The Book of Green Light||Mentioned|
|Three Sevens: The Book of Thunder||Appears|
|Equinox: The Book of Fate||Appears|
|The Book of Revelations||Absent|
|The Book of Little Black Lies||Absent|
|Sins of the Father: The Book of Redemption||Absent|
|Black Jesus: The Book of Crucifixion||Absent|
|The Resurrection and the Light: The Book of Pain||Appears|
|The Shadow of Death: The Book of War||Appears|
|The Book of Consequences: Chapter One: Rise of the Green Light Babies||Appears|
|The Book of Consequences: Chapter Two: Black Jesus Blues||Appears|
|The Book of Consequences: Chapter Three: Master Lowry||Appears|
|The Book of Consequences: Chapter Four: Translucent Freak||Appears|
|The Book of Blood: Chapter One: Requiem||Appears|
|The Book of Blood: Chapter Two: The Perdi||Appears|
|The Book of Blood: Chapter Three: The Sange||Appears|
|The Book of Rebellion: Chapter One: Exodus||Appears|
|The Book of Rebellion: Chapter Two: Gift of Magi||N/A|
|The Book of Rebellion: Chapter Three: Angelitos Negros||Appears|
|The Book of Secrets: Chapter One: Prodigal Son||N/A|
- He is based on the DC comics villain Painkiller.
- As of Season 2, Khalil is a main character.