Professor Imam

Professor Imam
Identity: None

Fighting Feeble
Agility Poor
Strength Poor
Endurance Unearthly
Reason Incredible
Intuition Incredible
Psyche Unearthly

Health 110
Karma 180
Resources Amazing
Popularity 10



Magic: He is Earth-S’ sorceror supreme, so when in his prime he was equal to Dr. Strange.

The following are the few powers he currently employs: Clairaudience, Clairvoyance, Remote Sensing. Although Imam remains sequestered in his hidden sanctum, he uses these Remarkable powers to monitor conditions in the outside world. He has a maximum range of 250,000 miles, although rarely has reason to extend his senses beyond the atmosphere.
Cosmic Awareness: Shift-Z. Imam is able to observe the patterns of events on a number of dimensional planes. A power stunt is to extrapolate events centuries into the future.
Dimension Travel: Incredible. He can transport several people to other dimensions, while remaining within his sanctum. Transportees must be within 10′ of Imam to be transported, he can retrieve them from any location.
Enchantment: Imam can endow items with specific useful powers. He limits enchantments to detection or sensory powers. Such items can have a single power of up to Amazing rank.


The Third Eye: This magical talisman is worn on Imam’s chest. It appears as an open eye within an inverted triangle. It may be similar in nature and powers to the Eye of Agamotto. When he uses a power it is focused through this triangle.


Now he is an old man who no longer has any real control over the physical world. He hoards his remaining powers in the simple effort to stay alive long enough to train his replacement (who will appear centuries from now).


Mystic Background, Occult Lore, Resist Domination




Professor Imam was the Wizard Supreme of Other-Earth (similar to Dr. Strange, the Sorcerer Supreme of Marvel-Earth). He served as a member of the Golden Agency during World War II, but spent recent years in his hidden Temple of Contemplation, preparing for the coming of his successor. Imam lent his mystical aid to Nighthawk to recruit the Redeemers, and to the Squadron in fighting the Nth Man. The effort of using his magic to contact the vast mind of the Nth Man drained Imam too much and he died almost immediately afterwards, but not before passing on the mantle of Wizard Supreme to Arcanna’s infant son Benjamin.

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