“Sorcerer Supreme...not”

Films: Doctor Mordrid (1992)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: So, Benedict Cumberbatch wasn't doing it for you when it came to being the Sorcerer Supreme. Well, if you wanted something different, Full Moon Entertainment has you covered! Name might not be the same, but it's still a tale of two sorcerers battling for the ballance.

History: Somewhere in the cosmos, there is the Monitor. This enigmatic being has been observing Earth for some time, sending sorcerers to govern the balance between good and evil. But a new threat is afoot. The malevolent demon Kabal is trying to open the gates of the fourth dimension to begin the end times. Only the sorcerer Mordrid can stop him.

Notable Kills: Nothing special

Final Fate: Mordrid and Kabal's final battle takes place at the Cosmopolitan Museum, where they commandeer the skeletons of a Mastodon and a Tyrannosaurus respectively. Mordrid wins out by having his Masodon gore Kabal to death. He and the Monitor soon depart to other worlds.

Powers/Abilities: Reality warping and other assorted spells.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3.5-Kabal may act like your generic doomsday villain, but he can back himself up. How many people do you know that can sic a giant dinosaur fossil on you?

Trivia: -Kabal was played by Brian Thompson, who's biggest project would be writing and producing...2014's "The Extendables"...okay.


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We re-iterate. This has nothing to do with a man named Strange.

A battle that should have been so years ago.
The definition of a one-scene wonder
And static electricity, it seems.


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