Who is Zagor

His foes

His foes

His arch enemy is the diabolical Professor Hellingen but even the others are not the usual jokers!

 

Hellingen, Zagor's number one enemy, is a mad scientist, or better still the quintessence of all mad scientists, and what's more, horrible and disfigured. Ahead of his time, this evil professor has invented every possible technological gadget, from robots to videos, from computers to flying saucers, partly withthe help of a monstrous extraterrestrial race, the Akkronians.   
Due to his great misfortune, every time he gets the idea of destroying the world into his head, professor Hellingen finds Zagor in his way and it all goes wrong. But, with the stubbornness of a mad scientist, he comes back to face him every time, in adventures that are poised between magic and science in the Jules Verne style. In one of these adventures Edgar Allan Poe participates on Zagor's side. He is a "special agent" of "Elsewhere", a secret section of theAmerican secret service that also appears in the comic strip Martin Mystère.
   
Baron Rakosi is a vampire, who has moved to Darkwood form Transylvania and whom Zagor faces in a series of sinister adventures inspired by the classic vampires of literature and cinema. 
   
Kandrax the Druid is another non-dead that awakens after thousands of years, suspended between life and death, to cause mischief in Zagor's world with magicand human sacrifice. Mortimer is a criminal genius who prepares diabolical plans together with his servant Sybil. Unlike those already mentioned, who are theembodiment of pure evil, Nat Murdo is a baddie but one who has a complex, almost schizophrenic  personality. A murderer with no scruples, a dashing and swashbuckling adventurer, he has dedicated himself to evil in order to become rich and win the love of his cousin lady Emma Fraser, wife of the despised Captain Fraser. During the fight against Zagor, Murdo is disfigured by fire and his good side gets the upper hand. Now Murdo is fighting for the  independence of Scotland under the guise of the legendary Captain Midnight. However, Zagor's usual enemies are those that threaten peace on the frontier: warmongering officials, unscrupulous merchants, robbers and disowned Indians.    
Hellingen, Zagor's number one enemy, is a mad scientist, or better still the quintessence of all mad scientists, and what's more, horrible and disfigured. Ahead of his time, this evil professor has invented every possible technological gadget, from robots to videos, from computers to flying saucers, partly withthe help of a monstrous extraterrestrial race, the Akkronians.  
Due to his great misfortune, every time he gets the idea of destroying the world into his head, professor Hellingen finds Zagor in his way and it all goes wrong. But, with the stubbornness of a mad scientist, he comes back to face him every time, in adventures that are poised between magic and science in the Jules Verne style. In one of these adventures Edgar Allan Poe participates on Zagor's side. He is a "special agent" of "Elsewhere", a secret section of theAmerican secret service that also appears in the comic strip Martin Mystère.
  
Baron Rakosi is a vampire, who has moved to Darkwood form Transylvania and whom Zagor faces in a series of sinister adventures inspired by the classic vampires of literature and cinema.
  
Kandrax the Druid
is another non-dead that awakens after thousands of years, suspended between life and death, to cause mischief in Zagor's world with magicand human sacrifice. Mortimer is a criminal genius who prepares diabolical plans together with his servant Sybil. Unlike those already mentioned, who are theembodiment of pure evil, Nat Murdo is a baddie but one who has a complex, almost schizophrenic  personality. A murderer with no scruples, a dashing and swashbuckling adventurer, he has dedicated himself to evil in order to become rich and win the love of his cousin lady Emma Fraser, wife of the despised Captain Fraser. During the fight against Zagor, Murdo is disfigured by fire and his good side gets the upper hand. Now Murdo is fighting for the  independence of Scotland under the guise of the legendary Captain Midnight. However, Zagor's usual enemies are those that threaten peace on the frontier: warmongering officials, unscrupulous merchants, robbers and disowned Indians.