The dying god left your universe wounded, broken, defenseless and alone in the endless dark...where Mandrakk dwells. Here at the end of all stories. Come closer. I need to eat you raw!


Rox Ogama was the Monitor of Earth-31, who embraced the true nature of the Monitors and fed on Creation in the same way the original Mandrakk had, becoming the new Mandrakk, albeit with less power. He was exiled by the other Monitors to the germ worlds, where he turned the Ultraman of the antimatter universe into his vampire thrall. From there he launched an attack on the dying Multiverse, already nearly destroyed by Darkseid, but was stopped by Nix Uotan, who had awakened to his status as Judge of All Evil.

Power and Stats

Tier: Low 2-C | 1-A

Names: Mandrakk, Rox Ogama

Origin: DC Comics

Classification: Monitor of Earth-31

Powers and Abilities:

Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Genius Intelligence, Immortality (Types 1 and 2), Self-Sustenance (Types 1, 2, and 3), Flight, Energy Manipulation (Can surround his hands with energy and channel it into physical strikes), Energy Projection (Can fire energy blasts), Aura (Monitors can release a damaging energy aura in all directions), Absorption (Monitors can drain others of energy), Forcefield Creation (Monitors can make spherical barriers that can shield from mental damage), Time Stop (Monitors can stop time using chrono-paralyzers), Teleportation (Monitors can teleport themselves and others across dimensions), BFR (Monitors can forcefully teleport others away), Telepathy (Monitors can sense others' hearts), Perception Manipulation (Monitors can go unnoticed by others), Sleep Manipulation (Monitors can put others to sleep), Biological Manipulation (Turned Ultraman into his vampire thrall)

All previous abilities to a much greater degree, plus: Abstract Existence (Type 1), Beyond-Dimensional Existence (Type 2), Large Size (Type 11), Non-Corporeal, Intangibility, Immortality (Type 10), Conceptual Manipulation (Type 1), Size Manipulation and Dimensional Travel (Can alter both his scale and pitch to enter lower dimensions and traverse the Multiverse), Plot Manipulation (Monitors "makes moments" in the story with their power)

Attack Potency: Universe level+ (Defeated both the Spectre (Crispus Allen) and the Radiant) | Outerverse level (The Monitors are each fractions of Mar Novu, existing as Primal Forms in a Fundamental World)

Speed: Massively FTL+ (Comparable to the Spectre (Crispus Allen)) | Irrelevant

Lifting Strength: Immeasurable | Irrelevant

Striking Strength: Low Multiversal | Outerversal

Durability: Universe level+ (Should be comparable to his own power) | Outerverse level (Equal to others of his kind, who withstood the explosions of the clash between the Thought Robot and Mandrakk)

Range: Tens of meters, Low Multiversal via teleportation | Outerversal

Intelligence: Supergenius (Comparable to other Monitors)

Weaknesses: None notable

Key: Within the Multiverse | True State

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