Die physikalischen Gesetzte gelten für Marvel längst nicht mehr. Wie der neue „X-Men“ Titel schon andeutet, soll eine Apocalypse die Welt. Mit einer Spiellänge von Minuten ist X-Men: Apocalypse der längste X-Men-Film und die zweitlängste Marvel-Verfilmung. Erstmals in der X-Men-Reihe sind. Apocalypse wurde von Bob Layton, Louise Simonson und Jackson Guice erfunden und in X-Factor#5.
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Apocalypse ist ein fiktiver Superschurke, der in Comics von Marvel Comics erscheint. Er ist eine der ersten Mutanten der Welt und war ursprünglich ein Hauptschurke für das ursprüngliche X-Factor-Team und jetzt für die X-Men und verwandte. Apocalypse wurde von Bob Layton, Louise Simonson und Jackson Guice erfunden und in X-Factor#5. En Sabah Nur, besser bekannt als Apocalypse, ist der Herr der vier Apokalyptischen Reiter und. Mit einer Spiellänge von Minuten ist X-Men: Apocalypse der längste X-Men-Film und die zweitlängste Marvel-Verfilmung. Erstmals in der X-Men-Reihe sind. Später erhielt er weitere Macht durch die Technologie der Celestials und gilt als einer der mächtigsten Schurken im gesamten Marvel Universum. Alle Bilder: ©. Hasbro X-Men: Age of Apocalypse Marvel Legends Series Action Figure Marvel's Morph: nineveh.eu: Sport & Freizeit. Seit Anbeginn der Menschheit wurde er als Gott verehrt: Apocalypse, der erste und mächtigste Mutant des Marvel X-Men Universums, vereint die Kräfte vieler.
Mit einer Spiellänge von Minuten ist X-Men: Apocalypse der längste X-Men-Film und die zweitlängste Marvel-Verfilmung. Erstmals in der X-Men-Reihe sind. Bilder zu Artikel: X-Men: Apocalypse: Die Charakter-Poster sind da. Zukunft Ist Black Order. Fan art by TheKnott Comic Superhelden, Marvel Superhelden. - Erkunde Severin Raubers Pinnwand „Apocalypse Marvel Comics“ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu Marvel bösewichte, The villain. - Erkunde Severin Raubers Pinnwand „Apocalypse Marvel Comics“ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu Marvel bösewichte, The villain. Bilder zu Artikel: X-Men: Apocalypse: Die Charakter-Poster sind da. Zukunft Ist Black Order. Fan art by TheKnott Comic Superhelden, Marvel Superhelden. Die physikalischen Gesetzte gelten für Marvel längst nicht mehr. Wie der neue „X-Men“ Titel schon andeutet, soll eine Apocalypse die Welt.
Croix , a reformed Sabretooth , and a newly re-emergent Archangel who seems to have been rendered a responsively inert drone, though, under Psylocke's psychic leash, Archangel became a heavy hitter in Magneto's X-Men, the group is also secretly backed by Mystique and Fantomex.
After investigating a rash of mutant healer murders perpetrated by a long thought dead old foe whose talents had been hired out by an as of yet unknown benefactor, both Magnus and Elizabeth eventually discover a hidden Clan Akkaba base hidden under a religious rally orchestrated by "Angel" the new person Warren became after being stabbed by the Celestial Life Seed , who in turn was being manipulated by both the clan's lord and the mercenary groups backer Genocide.
As it turns out Angel had made a deal with Genocide and the Clan Akkaba to ensure that he would never become the Dark Angel again, and so they were able to split apart Angel from his Archangel persona into separate bodies; however Archangel's mind was altered during the process and, as a result, reduced him to little more than a mindless drone.
It is also revealed that Genocide had been using "Angel"'s T. Magneto and Psylocke then watched as Angel and Archangel merged with all their clones to create a new being.
This new Archangel was unsure of who or what he now was, but was determined to find out. Following the transformation of Krakoa into a sovereign nation state for mutants, Apocalypse traveled to the island and eventually revealed to those present more of his past history with Krakoa.
Later a mysterious island known as Arak Coral appeared off the southern coast of Krakoa and eventually both landmasses merged into one. With Excalibur planting the partner Gateway in Otherworld, Apocalypse successfully secured the large gate connecting Krakoa and Otherworld.
Later it is discovered that the first incarnation of the Horsemen are actually the biological children of Apocalypse and his wife Genesis, who was also sent with Arakko.
However, what Apocalypse didn't expected was that this was all an elaborated plan created by his own children so they could return and overthrow Krakoa with their fellow Arakki mutants and Daemon army.
Apocalypse himself was soon attacked and critically injured by his daughter War, being forced to retreat back to Krakoa to heal their wounds and prepare for war between the two group.
During Moira MacTaggert's 9th life, it is revealed that after humanity united with the Sentinels to form the Man-Machine Ascendancy which created an extinction war across planet Earth, Apocalypse leads the last Mutant survivors and chose four of them to be his Last Horsemen which are:.
A new candre of Horsemen dubbed as the Horsemen of Salvation has since appeared on Earth Prime and appears to be an inversion of the Horsemen of Apocalypse.
Likewise, in the same way as the Horsemen of Apocalypse are transformed into monstrous versions of themselves, the Horsemen of Salvation had drastic redesigns involving flowing robes and facial markings, however, these redesigns are later revealed to be psionic ones rather than physical.
Magneto then blows up the Xavier Mansion in the name of peace. In the alternate reality known as the " Age of Apocalypse ", the four Horsemen also existed but did not use any titles, with some exceptions such as Death and War.
Later members included a never-seen Horseman named Bastion and Maximus as the second Death. Ultimately, Apocalypse announced the War of Succession, a battle between all his Horsemen.
The four remaining Horsemen would rule North America alongside him. It is mentioned that Candra was killed by Holocaust, and Bastion was killed after the war by Abyss , making Abyss the newest horsemen and first recruit after the war.
In a flashback, it is revealed that Mikhail was chosen after he defeated War during Apocalypse's attack on Russia.
After the fall of Apocalypse and the ascension of Weapon X as the heir of Apocalypse, a new cadre of Horsemen was chosen, however the team was renamed as Ministers instead of Horsemen, with Azazel and the resurrected Emplate and the Summers brothers revealed to be among this group, Azazel as the Minister of Death,  Emplate as the Minister of Pestilence, Cyclops as the Minister of Famine and Havok as the Minister of War.
In the first universe, Deadpool found a new group of Horsemen. The three fought Deadpool, Siryn and Cannonball.
When Deadpool figured out there was still one more Horseman left, a superpowered Cable as War, the fourth Horseman appeared and defeated all of them.
Deadpool teleported to another universe when he realized he could not win. One of the original members of the Exiles was Thunderbird of Earth, who was transformed into Apocalypse's Horseman, War.
As War, Thunderbird has lost his humanity and sense of taste but had enhanced senses. He managed to break through Apocalypse's mind control and rejoined his allies, the X-Men.
When he went into battle-mode, he could even overpower the Hulk. When the Scarlet Witch altered reality and created the House of M , Apocalypse was brought back to life.
He was a former enemy of Magneto , who became his subordinate, ruling North Africa. Magneto had sent him to kill Black Panther.
Unlike the original continuity, none of the Horsemen were visibly altered or augmented in this reality. In the Marvel Mangaverse comic, Avengers Assemble, Apocalypse was a tokusatsu -esque villain that grew in size and battled with the Iron Avenger four vehicular machines that can transform together in the form of a giant Iron Man piloted by the Avengers team Captain America, Scarlet Witch, Hawkeye , Vision.
In the Mutant X series, Angel was chosen as Apocalypse's Horseman of Death, but went through a dramatically different transformation with bat-like wings and the ability to breathe fire.
To signify his transformation, he changed his name to The Fallen and sided against Apocalypse with Havok's group known as the Six.
Eventually his treachery got the best of him and Fallen betrayed his teammates to realign himself with the Horsemen against an evil Professor X.
The other Horsemen were all new characters except for War, who resembled Abraham Kieros. In the Ultimate Marvel reality, Sinister is mentioned to be the first Horseman.
He is later transformed into Apocalypse after committed several murders on his behalf, only to be defeated by a Phoenix Force empowered Jean Grey.
Sinister has since revealed himself since the Ultimatum Wave, and is now, along with Layla Miller, tracking four specific mutants and the White Hot Room.
Havok is revealed to be one and it's speculated that Quicksilver is also one of them. Layla also believes that Havok knows the identity of the fourth which indicates they already had found three of them.
But since their mission never comes into fruition, as the entire Ultimate Universe came to an end as a consequence of a phenomenon known as an incursion, it remains to be seen, if this four mutants would have any relation to the Horsemen.
While waging war against Ultron in the near future, Kang accidentally breaks time itself in an attempt to gather an army from various time periods, to aid him in defeating Ultron.
As a result of this, an alternate universe version of the "Age of Apocalypse" Apocalypse and his Horsemen ended up in the present day Avengers Tower.
A battle ensues between the Avengers and the Horsemen Spider-Man , Wolverine , Scarlet Witch and Red Hulk , who have been infected with the techno-virus and fused with their mounts.
Due to the temporal chaos, the fight ends when the villains are teleported away back into the timestream. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Louise Simonson Walt Simonson. Death: Death 1st incarnation Death 11th c. His main goal throughout the majority of his career was to plunge the world into a terrible genetic war in which mutants would ultimately rule the world, upon which he would watch as the mutants battled each other until only the strongest, most aggressive individuals survived.
He is one of the two main antagonists of the X-Men comic book series alongside Magneto. He is the arch-enemy of Cable, Angel and the second arch-enemy of the X-men as a whole.
Born in ancient Egypt dating back to 3, B. C the young Apocalypse was abandoned as an infant due to his gray skin and blue lips as well as unusual markings on his face.
As he grew older, he saw his tribe attacked by the forces of the pharaoh Rama-Tut and became vengeful, disguising himself as a slave in order to get close enough to the pharaoh to kill him, however when he gained the chance to attack the pharaoh, he found himself defeated due to futuristic weaponry, revealing that Rama-Tut was an alter-ego of the time-traveling villain Kang the Conqueror.
He survived the assault and tried to flee along with Nur, a woman he had fallen in love with, but she rejected him out of fear of his appearance.
This was the last straw for Apocalypse and he went into a rage, unleashing his mutant abilities and forcing Rama-Tut to flee as he went on a rampage.
For centuries to come, Apocalypse would wander the world, making civilizations worship him as a god and manipulating them into fighting wars, testing their strength and justifying his actions by claiming he was improving the world with his actions.
Eventually the great warlord stumbled upon Celestial technology and used it to enhance himself further before he put himself in suspended animation, deciding to "sleep" until mutants such as himself were more numerous and he could put their strength to the test as he did so many ancient civilizations.
After the rather confusing "early years", Apocalypse would remain hidden, more or less, until the modern age, in which he would begin his lengthy career as the X-Men's most powerful and dangerous mutant enemy, creating countless plans on global conquest and war as well as regularly recruiting powerful beings to be his heralds, which he named the Horsemen of Apocalypse.
Some of the mutants he recruited would be heroes either brainwashed or enslaved to his will while others were villains that followed him freely.
He also fought many complex battles involving time-travel, only serving to make his history that much harder to follow. However, in all incarnations he has had the same basic goal, to conquer the world and plunge it into war.
The Age of Apocalypse. Apocalypse himself also starred in his own story arc, fittingly titled " Age of Apocalypse , which was an alternate timeline in which Professor Xavier had been murdered by Legion and Apocalypse succeeded in taking over most of the world and everyone would refer to him as " Lord Apocalypse " while beging subjugated to his dangerous ideology.
This series showed Apocalypse at his most powerful and deadly, his world being amongst the darkest of the X-Men's numerous "alternate" worlds.
Apocalypse is a very complex entity, usually seen as blasphemous and malevolent he is actually somewhat amoral and seeks to ensure that the "strong" survive and populate so as to create a society in which super-mutants such as himself would wage eternal war and thus ensure his own supremacy over the world as he sees himself as the strongest of all mutants.
He views humans as unworthy of existing but has offered them the "gift" of mutation often with deadly side-effects and is utterly devoted to engineering the war between man and mutant: this was seen after many mutants were de-powered by Scarlet Witch and Apocalypse manifested, threatening to wipe out half of humanity so as to ensure both sides had a "fitting chance" in his grand goal of amassing a following of the "strongest".
Apocalypse is one of the most powerful mutants in the Marvel universe, having a vast array of abilities including but by no means limited to shape-shifting, teleportation, superhuman strength that can rival the Hulk, absorption and projection of energy, resistance to telepathic attacks as well as limited use of telekinesis and telepathy himself.
He is already near invulnerable to physical harm yet also has great regenerative abilities as well -he has complete control over his body, on an atomic scale, allowing him to alter his size and density as he sees fit as well as adapt to disease or environment.
He is also immune to aging and requires neither food nor water to survive - he doesn't tire and has immense knowledgeable befitting a being that has existed almost as long as civilization - his knowledge of science surpasses even Beast of the X-Men.
In addition to all this, he has access to advanced alien technology and is a master of manipulation, intimidation and strategy. Apocalypse's first appearance was as a major recurring villain in the X-Men animated series, later becoming the primary antagonist of the 4th season.
He also appeared as the main antagonist of the final season of X-Men: Evolution and a minor villain in Wolverine and the X-Men. Street Fighter. He leads both the Madri Priests and the Infinites to spread the "divine truth" of the survival of the fittest and to crush all foes while in his unrelenting search of "The Four Who Are One" Sabretooth , Quicksilver , Polaris and Emma Frost , 4 unique mutants with "Harmonic DNA" that will resonate and strengthen each other as they were musical notes giving harmonic sounds and pitches, and the complete creation of "The Nexus", a power-amplifier machine inscribed from hidden Nuwali hieroglyphs found in Apocalypse's Tomb within Giza in Egypt, all to fulfill a secret but dangerous prophecy: for the Earth to be conquered and enslaved by Apocalypse and all will be forever ruled one law, the survival of the fittest.
In the end, Apocalypse is defeated by the alliance of both the X-Men and the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and his plan failed.