Darkseid's Elite

Darkseid's Elite are supervillains and fictional characters created in Jack Kirby's Fourth World miniseries in DC Comics.

Darkseid's Elite
Darkseid's Elite
Art by John Byrne
Publication information
PublisherDC Comics
First appearanceNew Gods #1 (March 1971)
Created byJack Kirby
In-story information
Base(s)Apokolips
Member(s)Amazing Grace
Bane of Apokolips
Brola
Devilance
Desaad
Doctor Bedlam
Glorious Godfrey
Granny Goodness
Kalibak
Kanto
Lady Justeen
Mantis
Mortalla
Steppenwolf
Titan
Virman Vundabar

Publication history

Darkseid's Elite first appeared in New Gods #1 and were created by Jack Kirby.

Fictional team history

The Elite are the top warriors chosen by Darkseid, the ruler of Apokolips. The Elite became Darkseid's most powerful band of warriors.[1]

Members

Some of his elite include:

  • Amazing Grace - A master manipulator, Glorious Godfrey's younger sister, who once managed to brainwash Superman.
  • Bane of Apokolips
  • Brola - An elite shock trooper. He is described to have a "Hand of Stone."
  • Desaad - A sadistic torturer.
  • Devilance - A hunter who is charged for hunting anyone that Darkseid wants. He was seemingly killed by Lobo during the events of 52.
  • Doctor Bedlam - A pure energy being who inhabits a neverending series of artificial bodies.
  • Glorious Godfrey - A master manipulator, mostly adept at bending huge masses of people to his will.
  • Granny Goodness - The founder and supervisor of the Female Furies and keeper of the horrid orphanages in Apokolips.
  • Kalibak - Darkseid's eldest son who is a thuggish brute and the second-in-command of Apokolips.
  • Kanto - A master assassin and "Preening clotheshorse" as Darkseid once described him.
  • Lady Justeen - The second-in-command of Desaad.
  • Mantis - A bug-like warrior who is one of New Genesis' insect people that emigrated from New Genesis.
  • Mortalla - A servant of Darkseid who can induce sleep with one hand and death with another. She was once a mortal, but was heavily modified to serve Darkseid.
  • Steppenwolf - Darkseid's uncle who is the general in his armies. He once killed Izaya's beloved wife.
  • Titan - A massive green-skinned warrior.
  • Virman Vundabar - An expert strategist and sycophant who emulates the appearance and mannerisms of a Prussian officer.

In other media

See also

References

  1. ^ New Gods #1

External links

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