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Victorius (comics)

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Publication information
PublisherMarvel Comics
First appearanceAstonishing Tales #18 (June 1973)
Created byMike Friedrich and Dan Adkins
In-story information
Alter egoVictor Conrad
Team affiliationsA.I.M.
Cult of Entropy
Notable aliasesScientist Supreme
AbilitiesPeak physical condition, assorted combat training

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Victorius is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

Fictional character biography[edit]

Victor Conrad was a scientist working for A.I.M. who succeeded in duplicating the Super-Soldier Serum which had transformed Steve Rogers into Captain America. Conrad drank the serum himself and became a physically perfect human being. Naming himself Victorius, he first attempted to take over A.I.M.[volume & issue needed] Failing to do so, he later adopted the death-worshiping philosophy of the Cult of Entropy and made himself the Cult's leader.[volume & issue needed] He stole the Cosmic Cube and used it to create Jude the Entropic Man as a means of spreading destruction.[volume & issue needed] Jude rebelled against Victorius, and when Jude, Victorius, the Cube, and the Man-Thing all came into physical contact with each other, Jude and Victorius were transformed into a form of radiant crystal.[1]

Years later, Andrew Forson reveals that Mockingbird had been secretly working for him at the time, and that Mockingbird was used to "get Victorius out of the way" to take over the Cult of Entropy.[2]


  1. Marvel Two-in-One #43
  2. Secret Avengers #14 (March 2014)

External links[edit]

  • Victorius at the Appendix to the Handbook of the Marvel Universe

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