Vandal Savage

Vandal Savage is a fictional character, a supervillain published by DC Comics. He first appeared in Green Lantern vol. 1 #10 (Winter 1943), and was created by Alfred Bester and Martin Nodell.

Savage is immortal, and has plagued the earth with crime and violence since before the beginning of recorded human history. He is a brilliant tactician with immense technological prowess. He is one of DC's most persistent villains and has fought hundreds of heroes throughout history. In 2009, Vandal Savage was ranked as IGN's 36th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time.

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... this Ma'alefa'ak seems to have his telepathic abilities fully intact as he reads Vandal Savage's mind several times throughout the film ... He appears as a member of Vandal Savage's Legion of Doom ... Ma'aleafa'ak was selected by Savage as his counterpart to the Martian Manhunter, though the fact that they are brothers is never stated ...
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... Later four of the suits came into the possession of Vandal Savage ... He imprisoned four of the Titans, Jesse Quick, Arsenal, Tempest, and temporary member Supergirl, in them and used them as missiles ...
DC One Million - Plot Details
... Meanwhile, in Russia, Vandal Savage defeats the Titans- consisting of Arsenal, Tempest, Jesse Quick and Supergirl - single handedly when they attempt to stop him purchasing nuclear ... Believing this was deliberately planned by the JLA to stop him, Savage launches an all out war on superhumans using "blitz engines" he had created and hidden while ... century, the original JLA are fighting an alliance between Solaris and Vandal Savage ...
Vandal Savage - In Other Media - Video Game
... Vandal Savage appears in DC Universe Online, voiced by Bryan Talbot. ...
Secret Society Of Super Villains - Fictional History - Final Crisis
... With most of the Society, including Vandal Savage, behind him, Libra reveals his true self to Lex Luthor as the villain turns on the Human Flame by forcing a mind control helmet onto the villain's face, exposing him ... Sister Wrack of the Religion of Crime impales Vandal Savage with the Spear of Destiny causing Vandal Savage to be reborn as Cain ...

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