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Kordax (DC)
Real Name: Kordax
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Powers:
Could breathe underwater and communicate telepathically with sea life. He also has enhanced strength and toughness.

Bio:
Born to Queen Cora of Poseidonis (and grandson of Orin), but abandoned at birth due to his grotesque, green-scaled body, Kordax survived in the ocean thanks to his mental control over sea creatures. As an adult he returned to Atlantis leading an army of sharks in a failed bid for the throne. His punishment included the loss of his left hand (replaced with a sword) and banishment. Kordax’s legend survived in an Atlantean superstition regarding blond hair, referred to the “Curse of Kordax”.
Many ages later Kordax returned when Poseidonian refugees disturbed his exile in the tunnels beneath the city of Tritonis.

Notes:


First Appearance: Atlantis Chronicles (1990) #4

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Issue Appearances:
Aquaman (1994)
Aquaman: Time and Tide (1993)
Atlantis Chronicles (1990)
The DC Comics Encyclopedia (2004)

Group Affiliation(s):
Atlanteans (DC)

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