From Multiversal Omnipedia
The Enchantress is a female comic supervillain who features in Marvel Comics.
Personality and attributes
Powers and abilities
- The Enchantress was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby where she made her first appearance in Journey into Mystery v1 #103 (April, 1964).
- In Thor v2 #68 (2003), an alternate version of Amora was shown to reside in the world of the Reigning that was designated as Earth-3515. When Thor became the All-Father, he decided to move his people to Earth and enforce his brutal reign as Lord Thor of Earth. During this time, Amora declared her love for him and he accepted her in turn with her becoming Thor's wife along with bearing him a son named Magni.
In other media
- In The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Amora the Enchantress appeared as an antagonist in the animated television series where she was voiced by actor Kari Wahlgren.
- In Avengers Assemble, Amora the Enchantress appeared as an antagonist in the animated television series starting from the episode "Avengers No More" where she was voiced by actor Fryda Wolff.
- In Marvel Future Avengers, Enchantress appeared in the setting of the anime television series where she was voiced by Japanese actor Ayumi Yonemaru and English actor Kari Wahlgren in the dub.
- In Hulk Vs, the Enchantress appeared in the Thor animated film segment where she was voiced by actor Kari Wahlgren.
- In Thor: Tales of Asgard, Amora the Enchantress appeared in the animated film where she was voiced by actor Ashleigh Ball.
- In Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, the Enchantress appeared in the video game where she was voiced by actor Gabrielle Carteris.
- In Marvel: Avengers Alliance, the Enchantress appeared as a boss and playable character in the Facebook video game.
- In Marvel Future Fight, the Enchantress appeared as a boss and playable character in the Netmarble mobile video game.
- Journey into Mystery v1: (1964)
- Thor v2:
- Mighty Thor v1:
- Totally Awesome Hulk v1: