Real Name: Ajak Tecumotzin
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Ajak possessed the standard Eternal abilities of cosmic energy manipulation and complete control of his own cellular makeup. The physical control granted him an indefinitely prolonged lifespan and cellular regeneration along with superhuman strength and durability. His cosmic powers granted him flight, teleportation and the ability to fire energy bolts.
It was also revealed in Gaiman's miniseries The Eternals that Ajak possesses the ability to directly communicate with the Celestials when they are nearby.
Eternal of Polaria, son of Rakar + Amaa, brother of Arex, active during Trojan War, fought Kro’s forces in Babylon, worshipped by Aztecs and Incas who thought him to be one of their gods, served as communicator for Celestial third host, formerly guarded their temple, fought alongside Thor against Dromedan, stored self within atoms within City of Space Gods after leaving Third Host, returned in modern times, eventually mutated by Dr. Daniel Damien into monstrous form, sent to slay children of Kro + Thena, slew many sets of twins when he was unable to find them, disintegrated himself and Dr. Damien when restored to true form.
full name used in Incredible Hercules #117
First Appearance: The Eternals (1976) #2
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Annual 01 Eternals: The Herod Factor (1991)
- 'True Believers'#2
- 'The Eyes of the Fulcrum!'#3
- 'Apostate Betrayed!'#5
- 'The Song of the Sleeper!'#6
- 'Mysteries of the Vestibule!'#9
- 'Manifest Destiny: Part 3'
Incredible Hercules (2008)
#117 Iron Man (1968)
- 'The God Squad Part One Of Sacred Invasion'#118
- 'Dream Time Part Two Of Sacred Invasion'#119#120
- 'Infinite Names The Finale To Sacred Invasion'
Marvel Super Hero Contest of Champions (1982)
#1 Marvel: Your Universe Saga (2008)
- 'A Gathering of Heroes! Chapter 1'
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008)
#1 The Avengers (1963)
- 'Once In A Blue Moon'
#248 The Eternals (1976)
- 'To Save the Eternals!'
#2 The Marvel Encyclopedia (2006)
- 'The Celestials!'#3
- 'The Devil in New York!'#4
- 'The Night of the Demons!'#7
- 'The Fourth Host'#12
The Mighty World Of Marvel (2009)
#12 The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe (1983)
- 'Here Come The Thunderbolts!'#13
- 'The Skrull God!'
#1 The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Master Edition (1990)
- 'A: From Abomination to Avengers Quinjet'#4
- 'D-G: From Dragon Man to Gypsy Moth'
Annual 07 Thor & Hercules: Encyclopaedia Mythologica (2009)
- 'And ever -- the Eternals!'#281
- 'This Hammer Lost!'#283
- 'Suddenly -- The Celestials!'#284
- 'The City of the Space Gods!'#288
- 'Fury of the Forgotten Hero!'#291
- 'When Gods Have Joined Together!'#300
- 'Twilight of the Gods!'#301
- 'For the Life of Asgard!'
Universo Marvel (2005)
What If? Secret Wars (2009)
- 'What if... Doctor Doom Kept the Beyonder's Power?'
God Squad (Marvel)
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