Hey Kids Comics Wiki
Advertisement


This page may contain some of the same content as the Marvel Database article. A more complete and current article is at the Marvel Comics Database En Sabah Nur (Earth-92131).
The complete list of authors can be seen in that articles page history. We wish to thank all awesome contributors at the Marvel Database who have worked so hard to bring us this information..




Real Name
Current Alias
Aliases
The Invincible One
Identity
Alignment
Universe

Characteristics
Gender
Height
Variable
Weight
Variable
Eyes
Hair
Skin
Unusual Features
Appears metallic at times, extensive disheveled metallic blue lips, blue markings on head, massive in natural form
Status
Citizenship
Marital Status
Occupation
Conqueror
Origin
Origin
Immortal Mutant
Place of Birth
Creators
Larry Houston, Frank Squillace
First appearance
Last appearance

X-Men: The Animated Series Season 1 9


HistoryEdit

Apocalypse was an insane force of destruction, sometimes described as the personification of evil. He was a nearly invincible opponent, with a Juggernaut-like state of durability. He showed no known limitations to his power and knowledge, and claimed to be "as far beyond mutants as they are beyond humans".[1]

Apocalypse attempted to destroy and remake the "corrupt" and "weak" world in his own image. He was secretly behind the assassination attempt of Senator Kelly. Later, he masqueraded as a member of the friends of Humanity and used Graydon Creed in creating a virus to infect and kill every mutant on Earth.[2]

Archangel, his former Horseman became hell-bent on destroying Apocalypse, and discovered that the immortal mutant in fact had a weakness, though this was discovered to be a hoax, created by Apocalypse himself. Apocalypse also witnessed Magneto's televised speech declaring Asteroid M a safe haven for mutants, And with Deathbird, he revived Fabian Cortez, after he had been left to die at Asteroid M by Magneto.[3]

File:En Sabah Nur (Earth-921031) 001.jpg

Apocalypse

Apocalypse attempted to attain godhood by kidnapping the most powerful psychic beings from across the universe, planning to kill them simultaneously, in order to release a wave of psychic energy powerful enough to destroy everything. Inside the Axis of Time, he then re-created the universe in his own image. Magneto and Mystique had been assisting Apocalypse without full knowledge of his intentions, believing he would merely recreate an earth ruled by mutants. Upon learning Apocalypse's true plot, they helped the X-Men stop him. In the end, the freed psychics used their combined powers to trap Apocalypse in the astral plane, where he would remain for all eternity and never harm mankind or existence again.[4]

Apocalypse communicated from the astral plane with Fabian Cortez, whom Apocalypse had turned into his servant prior to the Axis of Time events. He charged Cortez with finding a powerful mutant for him to be reincarnated in. However, it ended with Apocalypse claiming Cortez himself for a vessel, and Apocalypse lived once more.[5]

Character Powers and Equipment


Powers and AbilitiesEdit

Powers

See En Sabah Nur (Earth-616)#Powers

Abilities

See En Sabah Nur (Earth-616)#Abilities

ParaphernaliaEdit


Transportation

Formerly an unnamed Celestial ship


Appearances, Images, and QuotesEdit


NotesEdit

  • In the X-Men animated television series, Apocalypse was a long-term reoccuring villain, voiced by the late John Colicos (best remembered for playing the Klingon Kor in Star Trek, as well as playing Count Baltar in the original Battlestar Galactica movie and television series), and on two occasions by James Blendick.
  • Developed for television by Larry Houston and Frank Squillace.
  1. X-Men: The Animated Series Season 2 7
  2. X-Men: The Animated Series Season 2 7-8
  3. X-Men: The Animated Series Season 3 22
  4. X-Men: The Animated Series Season 4 12-15
  5. X-Men: The Animated Series Season 5 5
Advertisement