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Real Name
Unknown
Current Alias
Mandarin
Affiliation
Status
Living Status
Identity
Occupation
Terrorist leader
Characteristics
Gender
Origin
Reality
Creators and Appearances
First Appearance

History

The original Mandarin was said to be a warrior-king who "inspired countless of men since the middle ages," or probably even before.

The most recent man with this title was the secret leader of the terrorist group the Ten Rings. Indeed he was presumed to be a myth by even the most politically aware. After British actor Trevor Slattery impersonated him as part of a plot by Aldrich Killian, Ten Rings member Jackson Norriss abducted Slattery from the Seagate prison, for the actor to "meet" the Mandarin.[1]

Paraphernalia

Equipment

Based on a comment said by Jackson Norriss, it seems this Mandarin does possess ten rings of some description.

Notes

Trivia

  • The Mandarin was considered to appear in Marvel's The Avengers in the post-credits scene as a tease for the Chinese market, but Beijing's development team shot down the idea as they didn't want the first Chinese character of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to be a villain.[3]

See Also

Links and References

Footnotes

  1. Marvel One-Shot: All Hail the King
  2. Coggan, Devan (20 July 2019). Marvel reveals new details about Shang-Chi movie. Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved on 20 July 2019.
  3. Johnston, Rich (6 August 2020). Marvel Studios Offered Shang-Chi Or Mandarin For First Avengers Movie. Bleeding Cool. Retrieved on 23 October 2020.
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