After the trauma of the Crisis on Infinite Earths, the original solitary Monitor withdrew from reality to lick its wounds, only to discover that one of its wounds had left a scab in the shape of a giant superman made of divine metals. Believing that it was no longer possible for it to watch over its own, immeasurably large body, the Monitor began to subdivide itself. And the first of these subdivided Monitors was Dax Novu.
Others followed, and soon, an entire civilization had begun to take shape. Dax took a lover, Zillo Valla, and even sired a son, Nix Uotan. Meanwhile, Dax Novu himself led expeditions through the Multiverse to try and comprehend it in better detail.
But what Novu found was a horrifying truth - the Monitors were parasites feeding on the Multiverse, and they were destroying it in the process. When he tried to explain this to the other Monitors, few were willing to listen, like Zillo and Rox Ogama, but most of them were horrified, and shunned him. Eventually, Dax acquired the name Mandrakk the Dark Monitor and was locked away (though the legends spread that Mandrakk was another creature entirely, and that Dax Novu had given his life to chain the monster into the abyss.)
Powers and Stats
Tier: At least High 1-B, likely 1-A
Name: Mandrakk the Dark Monitor, Dax Novu
Origin: DC Comics
Classification: Dark Monitor, Cosmic Vampire
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Immortality (Types 1, 3 and 4), True Flight, Invulnerability, Teleportation, Telekinesis, Telepathy, Poison, Reality Warping, Higher-Dimensional Manipulation, Spatial Manipulation, Time Manipulation, Soul Manipulation, Non-Corporeal, Plot Manipulation, Size Alteration, Concept Manipulation, Energy Manipulation, Causality Manipulation, Reactive Evolution, etc.
Attack Potency: At least High Hyperverse level, likely Outerverse level (Exists in the Monitor-Sphere, and is the most powerful out of all Monitors. He was overwhelming The Thought Robot during their battle)
Speed: At least Immeasurable, likely Irrelevant
Lifting Strength: At least Immeasurable, likely Irrelevant
Striking Strength: At least High Hyperversal, likely Outerversal
Durability: At least High Hyperverse level, likely Outerverse level
Range: At least High Hyperversal, likely Outerversal
Standard Equipment: Inapplicable
Weaknesses: The Thought Robot was designed to carry out his defeat.
This profile covers Mandrakk as he was presented during the "Final Crisis" event, not his enormously weaker representation in "The Unexpected" miniseries.
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