A resident of Apokolips, Virman is a minion of Granny Goodness, having grown up in her orphanages like many of Darkseid's soldiers. He models his personality and schemes on Prussian military appearance and precision partly because of the Earth-based name assigned to him by Granny. Like many of his associates, he is a nemesis of Mister Miracle. Virman has involved himself with many schemes to gain power, often involving many of Darkseid's lieutenants, such as Doctor Bedlam, Steppenwolf and Kanto.
Notably, when Darkseid went missing at the Source Wall, his inner circle turn to conspiring against each other. Vundabar allies himself with Granny Goodness. Darkseid returns from the Source Wall, but he is not in full control of his mind. Virman attempts to take advantage of this but Darkseid recovers enough to obliterate him with his Omega Beams. However, Darkseid resurrects him in and he is again seemingly loyal to Darkseid despite the skepticism of Granny Goodness.
Later on Earth, Vundabar appears as a member of the 'Board' in charge of the Dark Side Club. He is killed by Clock King. His niece, Malice, has joined the Female Furies. Virman is known to have one child name Rave Divera Vundabar.
- Although this character was originally introduced during DC's Earth-One era of publication, their existence following the events of the 1985–86 limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths remains intact. However, some elements of the character's Pre-Crisis history may have been altered or removed for Post-Crisis New Earth continuity, and should be considered apocryphal.
- General Vundabar is in charge of Darkseid's army and uses it's units to enact his master's plans.
- Virman Vundabar is also known as General Vundabar and Chairman Vundabar.
- 37 Appearances of Virman Vundabar (New Earth)
- 11 Images featuring Virman Vundabar (New Earth)
- 1 Quotations by or about Virman Vundabar (New Earth)
- Character Gallery: Virman Vundabar (New Earth)
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