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He is the evil counterpart of Martian Manhunter. He was one of the six leaders of the Crime Syndicate. He was killed by the Jester (counterpart of the Joker) when with Angelique (Hawkgirl's counterpart) he went after Luthor and Jester stealing the quantum trigger, but the Jester sacrificed himself, staying behind and using a bomb to kill the villains.

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His name and appearance is a reference to Tars Tarkas, the Jeddak (king) of the Green Martians, from the Edgar Rice Burroughs's novel A Princess of Mars and its sequels.

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Supporting BloodwyndBronze WraithCaptain HardingCha'RissaDiane MeadeH'ronmeerJemmJustice ExperienceJustice League InternationalJustice League of AmericaJustice League UnitedK'hym J'onzzMiss MartianM'yri'ahRoh KarSaul ErdelScorchStormWatchZook
Villains Bette NoirCay'anD'Kay D'RazzHeadmasterHuman FlameMa'alefa'akRottScorchThe UnNamedVULTUREWhite Martians
Comics Detective ComicsHouse of MysteryMartian Manhunter (Volume 1)Martian Manhunter (Volume 2)Martian Manhunter (Volume 3)Martian Manhunter (Volume 4)Martian Manhunter: American SecretsMartian Manhunter Special
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