Dakimh the Enchanter
Real Name: Dakimh
Search for 'Dakimh the Enchanter' on Amazon
Dakimh, a wise but eccentric wizard, lived in pre-cataclysmic Atlantis, and was the pupil of the sorceress Zhered-Na. Zhered-Na was banished from Atlantis by King Kamuu for prophesying that the continent would sink below the ocean. She started her own cult, and took her favored disciple Dakimh and greatly extended his life span so that he aged at an extremely slow rate. While Zhered-Na perished, Dakihm survived the Cataclysm that sunk Atlantis and escaped, continuing to live for centuries and maintaining the teachings of his mentor as her only surviving disciple.
In recent years, Dakimh encountered Jennifer Kale and the Man-Thing, becoming Jennifer's mentor, and assisted them and Korrek against the demon Thog. Dakimh suffered a fatal heart attack, and willed his remaining mystical energies to Jennifer Kale. Though dead, he still retains the ability to manifest his astral spirit form for limited periods of time on Earth in the material dimensions.
First Appearance: Fear (1970) #14
Dakimh the Enchanter is a favorite character of 2 users
View a chronological listing of this character's appearances
Die Offizielle Marvel-Comic-Sammlung (2013)
Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme (1988)
#32 Fear (1970)
- 'Silver-Tongued Devil'#33
- 'The Alexandria Quatrain'
#14 Giant-Size Man-Thing (1974)
- 'The Demon Plague! / Listen, You Fool'#15
- 'From Here to Infinity!'#19
- 'The Enchanter's Apprentice'
#3 Howard the Duck (1976)
- 'The Blood of Kings!'
#22 Man-Thing (1974)
- 'May The Farce Be With You!'
#1 Man-Thing (1979)
- 'Battle for the Palace of the Gods!'#22
- 'Pop Goes The Cosmos!'
Marvel Milestones: Blade, Man-Thing and Satana (2005)
#1 Marvel Team-Up (1972)
- 'His Name is... Blade!'
#68 Maximum Security (2000)
- 'The Measure of a Man!'
#3 The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition (1985)
- 'Whatever The Cost!'
#16 The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Master Edition (1990)
- 'Book of the Dead (Air-Walker to Death-Stalker)'
What If...? (1989)
- 'What If...The X-Men Had Lost Inferno?'
Famous Quotes: - Add a Famous Quote
< Previous Character | Next Character >
Add this character to a run of issues in a title
Suggest an image for this character
View the contribution history for this character