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Mantra (01 - Eden Blake)
Real Name: Eden Blake
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Powers:
Lukasz was an extremely experienced warrior/sorcerer. In Eden Blake's body, he could use the latent potential for magic inherited by those of her bloodline; the longer he was in her form, the more he could access this power. He/She could summon a mystical armor by invoking the word "mantra".

Bio:
Mantra was the name of the lead character, an Ultra (superhero) within Malibu's Ultraverse line of comics. An eternal warrior named Lukasz and his compatriots had been fighting the villain Boneyard for centuries: whenever an individual soldier would die, his soul would be placed in a new body, and take up the fight once more. In the 1990s, Lukasz' leader Archimage was betrayed and captured, leading to the permanent death of most of the warriors and a final reincarnation for one, Lukasz himself: to his shock, Lukasz was put into the body of a woman, Eden Blake.

In addition to being forced to deal with life as a woman, Lukasz was also faced with the particular challenges of Eden's life — in particular, her two children and her ex-husband. For the first time, Lukasz confronted the fact that for 1500 years he had been destroying families by stealing men's bodies and forcing them to walk away from their lives. He fell in love with her soul, which still existed within him.

He also discovered that Eden had vast latent powers, including a mystical armor activated by a specific invocation including the word 'mantra', leading to the media dubbing her as such.

Notes:


First Appearance: Mantra (1993) #1

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Issue Appearances:
Break-Thru (1993)
Flood Relief (1994)
Giant-Size Mantra (1994)
Giant-Size Wrath (1994)
Godwheel (1995)
Mantra (1993)
Mantra (1995)
Mantra: Spear of Destiny (1995)
Marvel Annual & Quarterly Reports (1992)
Prototype (1993)
Sludge (1993)
The Solution (1993)
The Strangers (1993)
UltraForce/Avengers (1995)
Ultraverse Premiere (1993)
Wrath (1994)

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