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Kobak Never Held

Contributed by Mike McDermott

Kobak Never-Held is a mutant of Arakko, born in the years when Arakko was ruled by the demon world of Amenth. He and his first lover, Tarlo, were opposed to the demonic occupation and their dissident thoughts were detected by the telepaths of the Locus Vile. Tarlo took the blame upon himself when the Vile came after them, leaving Kobak heartbroken when Tarlo died. Kobak wept for a year, and then never again.

Like all Arakkii mutants, Kobak is a believer in strength and honour. After Arakko was finally freed from Amenth and relocated to Mars, Kobak challenged Storm to a duel for her seat on the Great Ring, the ruling body of Arakko, since he did not believe that an outsider who had not endured what the rest of Arakko had endured in Amenth deserved to rule over them. Storm defeated him, and he eventually became a vocal supporter of her leadership after she earned his respect both by defeating him and later for her role in defending Arakko from the devastating attack by Uranos of the Eternals. Kobak later earned a seat of his own on the Great Ring.

Although Kobak initially opposed having an outsider in a leadership role on the Great Ring, Kobak has readily accepted Earth’s mutants as friends and allies. He befriended Roberto DaCosta (Sunspot) and they shared a toast to dead lovers. Has fought alongside the heroes in various battles at Arakko. He is classified as an Omega-level mutant, and in addition to his superhuman strength and claws, he can also shoot his quill-like spines as projectiles from his body and they can pierce almost anything.

Kobak first appeared in S.W.O.R.D. Vol.2 #9 by Al Ewing and Jacopo Camagni. Art by Stefano Caselli (first image) and Yildiray Cinar.

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January 1, 2024
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