Alias


Mojo I
Nick Name
The Spineless One
Civilian ID
Mojo
Occupation

Movie and Television Producer

Ruler of Mojoworld

Slave Trader


Legal Status
Apparently deceased citizen of the extra-dimensional realm of Mojoworld.
Nation or Planet of Origin
Mojoworld
Group Affiliation
None
Base of Operations
Mojoworld
Height
6' 9"
Weight
510 lbs.
Eye Color
Yellow
Hair Color
None
Known Powers

Extra-dimensional being capable of mind control able to direct mystical anti-life forces capable of twisting the forces of nature, also capable of focusing the mystical forces as powerful concussive bolts from his hands.


Accessories

Humanoid Slaves: Artificial beings designed to carry out various task.


Mechanical Carriage: Platform armed with a wide variety of weapons and tools used for transportation due to Mojo, like all of his species, being an invertebrate with no spine and apparently no legs.


X-Babies: Juvenile versions of the X-Men created to improve television ratings.


Common Enemies

Dazzler II

Longshot

Mojo II

X-Babies

X-Men


Regularly Appearing

Longshot Vol. 1

Uncanny X-Men


First Appearance
Longshot Vol. 1 #3 (Nov. 1985)
Creator
Ann Nocenti & Arthur Adams
Origin

Nothing is known of the history of Mojo and how he rose to power. On his home planet of Mojoworld, in a dimension referred to as the Mojoverse, political power is determined by television ratings and granted to the producer that can create the best ratings.


As a race, the beings of Mojoworld are invertebrate and only accelerated in evolution after the creation of humanoid exoskeletons by the scientist Arize. A minority of invertebrates revolted against assuming bipedal motion and had Arize create a race of humanoid slaves through genetic engineering to carry out their desires.


The invertebrates' slaves eventually rebelled under the leadership of the mutant humanoid Longshot. With the assistance of Mojo's clone, also named Mojo, the rebellion eventually succeeded in deposing Mojo and his apparent death.


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