Felix Faust is an alchemist[1] and one of the most powerful magicians in the world.

Physical appearance Edit

Felix Faust is a tall Caucasian male with a lean face and deep eyes. He wears a headdress made up of a golden coronet and black cloth covering his hair and part of his cheeks. He wears a black long sleeve undershirt that goes up to his neck, with large metal bands on his torso. Over it, he wears a blue tunic that goes up until his knees, and is held in place by a golden sash.[2]

History Edit

2010 Edit

Roanoke Island
November 5, 19:46 EDT

Klarion summoned Felix Faust, Blackbriar Thorn, Wizard, and Wotan to perform a spell that could split the world in two dimensions, an adult and a child dimension.[2]

Roanoke Island
November 6, post-00:01 EDT

Faust and the other sorcerers guarded the pentagram in the adult dimension. When the Justice League arrived, he bombarded Red Tornado with fire blasts, and even managed to throw him back, if only for a little while. He was taken out by Doctor Fate after the worlds were merged back together.[2]

Powers and abilities Edit

  • Magic: Faust is a powerful sorcerer.
    • Pyrokinesis: Among his skills is the ability to conjure and control flames.[2]

Appearances Edit

Background information Edit

  • Felix Faust was one of the first villains of the Justice League, first appearing in Justice League of America #10. He sells his soul to demons to gain powers, but over the years, has grown substantially weaker.
  • This is Faust's fourth animated appearance. He first appeared in The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians; after that, he appeared in the DC Animated Universe (Justice League and Justice League Unlimited), and Batman: The Brave and the Bold.

References Edit

  1. Weisman, Greg (2012-04-24). Question #14666. Ask Greg. Retrieved 2012-04-24.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Weisman, Greg (writer) & Chang, Michael (director) (March 3, 2012). "Misplaced". Young Justice. Season 1. Episode 19. Cartoon Network.
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