Classification: Extra-terrestrial race
Location/Base of Operations: Unknown
Known Members: Nohm
Affiliations: Avengers (Black Widow (Romanov), Crystal, Giant Man (Pym), Hercules, Quicksilver), Force Works (Century, Iron Man (Stark), Scarlet Witch, Spider-Woman (Carpenter), U.S. Agent), Rigellians, Skrulls (Hokk Algol, Koath, Kradhal, Valth, many others), war-crime victims
Enemies: Starstealth, Recorder "RE-404", war-criminals
First Appearance: Force Works#13 (July, 1995)
Powers/Abilities: They possessed tall, slim bodies not meant for fighting. They were very intelligent and could articulate themselves very well.
Traits: They were a pacifist race that was dedicated to the arts of diplomacy and the inter-species community.
(Force Works#13) - Two Quo Modari teleported as representatives of the War-Crimes Tribunal to Earth. They explained to Force Works that Starstealth were wanted on 16 worlds for slaughter and that they had to answer for their crimes in front of the interstellar War-Crimes Tribunal.
(Force Works#14) - The Quo Modari were teleported back to the Skrull Tribunal Ship and one Quo Modari showed Black Widow, Scarlet Witch and Spider-Woman refugees of the worlds Starstealth had attacked. Later when the ship fell under the corrupted Recorder's control a Quo Modari was killed by a Bo'sun Stug Bar who was teleported on board by the Recorder. The remaining Quo Modari was thankful when the Avengers and Force Works had stopped Starstealth and the evil Recorder.
(Century: Distant Sons) - Associated with Imogen the Quo Modari Nohm helped her on her mission to steal the Crucible. After being left behind by Imogen he joined Century's crew on Broker's former spaceship to return to the Quo Modari's homeworld.
Comments: Created by Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning, Dave Ross & Rey Garcia.
Profile by Markus Raymond
Quo Modari have no known connection to:
Quo Modari body shot: Force Works#13, p16, pan3
Quo Modari head shot: Force Works#13, p18, pan3
Force Works#14 (August, 1995) - Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning (writer), Dave Ross (pencils), Mark McKenna (inks), Nel Yomtov (editor)
Century: Distant Sons (February, 1996) - Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning (writer), Jim Calafiore (pencils), Peter Palmiotti (inks), Nel Yomtov (editor)
Last updated: 01/18/04
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