Note: Gog from the kingdom of Magog is mentioned repeatedly in the prophesy of Ezekiel from the Hebrew Torah as an enemy of the Israelites, and once in the book of Apocalypse, also known as Revelations from the Christian Bible.
Apostle of the Church of Superman
Seeker of Vengeance
|Citizen of the United States of an alternate future with no criminal record.|
|Nation or Planet of Origin|
|Base of Operations|
|Metropolis of an alternate future.|
Mystically altered human endowed with superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility and durability capable of flight, teleportation and time travel.
Battle Staff: Weapon capable of administering a dose of liquefied Kryptonite in order to breach Superman's invulnerability.
New Year's Evil: Gog #1 (Dec. 1997)
Note: Based upon the character Magog, which appeared in Kingdom Come #1 (1996) created by Mark Waid & Alex Ross.
|Mark Waid & Jerry Ordway|
After the destruction of Kansas when the hero Captain Atom's armor was breached by the Parasite, Superman came out of retirement to search for survivors. Near the town of Riverdale he found a lone survivor, a boy who would become known as William.
As William matured he began to believe Superman was a god and that he chose him as his apostle. Hearing of the Church of Superman, Clark Kent sought to turn William from the path of idol worship, confessing that Kansas was destroyed because of his failing as Superman.
Disillusioned and without purpose William set flame to his church and wandered the streets asking strangers to tell him in what to believe. In his delirium he was approached by the godlike Phantom Stranger and given a boon of knowledge and power from the elder gods known as the Quintessence. The knowledge William received sent him into madness and he resolved to end the evil of Superman. After killing Clark Kent, he traveled back into time - day by day - repeatedly rendering judgment as Gog.