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  • Maxwell Lord
  • Maxwell Lord
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  • Maxwell "Max" Lord is the founder and CEO of Lord Technologies. He is also a major recurring enemy and occasional anti-hero to Supergirl in Season 1.
  • Maxwell Lord was a financier of the Justice League and, more recently, a villain in the DC Universe.
  • Maxwell Lord was the manager of the Ultimen.
  • Maxwell Lord is a wealthy tech entrepreneur and the Black King of Checkmate. Later, the Red Queen forced him to work for her.
  • Maxwell "Max" Lord is a sim in the town of Ribbon Heights.
  • Maxwell Lord is a powerful DC universe supervillain and an enemy of the Justice League Of America. Maxwell Lord was abducted by an alien supercomputer buried near the center of the Earth. This computer somehow managed to convince Max to establish a benevolent worldwide peace organization that the computer hoped to use as part of its own grandiose plot aimed at complete global domination. With the computer's help, Max was able to operate behind the scenes during the formation of a new Justice League. Eventually he was freed from the computer’s influence and continued to operate as the Justice League's benefactor and caretaker.
  • Initially, Lord worked behind the scenes to establish the League, while under the control of a villainous computer created by Metron (a later retcon would say that this was actually the villainous computer program Kilgore, which had taken over Metron's machine). The computer wanted Max to set up a worldwide peacekeeping organization, as part of its plan to dominate the world. Once free of the computer's influence, Lord was portrayed as an amoral businessman, but not a real villain.
  • Having failed miserably in life, Maxwell Lord took to drinking with Amygdala, the Riddler, and Killer Croc at a bar in Gotham City. He ended up by drinking too much and gambling away the remains of his supercomputer designed by Metron to another villain known as the Cavalier. For a while, Maxwell scrounged together cash by holding up charity stores and stealing lunch money from Killer Moth. He finally received enough money by collecting it for the preservation of moths across the globe, in Killer Moth's name.
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Appeared
  • Charade
  • Hostage
Heimatstadt
  • National City
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  • Handgun
  • Neve Lord-Chalk
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  • Mystery Sim
  • Fighting Experience, Natural Charisma, Master Strategist
Row 4 info
  • Max
  • Checkmate, Extremists, Justice League, Illuminati, Black Lantern Corps
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  • Relatives
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  • Powers
  • Spouse
Schauspieler
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  • Male
  • Maxwell Lord IV
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  • Romances
  • Skills and Abilities
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  • Alias
  • Team Affliations
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  • Children
  • Tools and Weapons
LastSeen
  • Hostage
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  • Young Adult/Adult/Elder
  • Justice League #1
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  • Unknown
  • Maci Lord-Weller
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  • Gender
  • Real Name
Beruf
  • CEO
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  • Mystery Sim
  • Gertrude Lord
  • Black King, Lord Havok
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  • Age
  • First Appearance
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  • Siblings
  • Base of Operations
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  • Alton Siddle
  • Roeper Siddle
  • Bernard Chalk
  • Maxine Siddle
  • Reno Chalk
  • Ron Chalk
  • Jonah Weller
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  • Aliases
  • Parents
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  • Epitah Writer
  • Keith Giffen, J. M. DeMatteis, Kevin Maguire
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  • Creators
  • Occupation
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  • Gregg Chalk
  • Mind control, Superhuman physical attributes derived from cyborg body
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Box Title
  • Maxwell Lord
Job
  • Former Checkmate operative, agent of the Red Queen
Eyes
  • Black
Voiced by
Status
  • Alive
  • Unknown
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Appearance
  • Justice League #1
Affiliation
Hair
  • Black
Actor
Name
  • Maxwell Lord
  • Maxwell Lord
Gallery
  • yes
Caption
  • Max Lord
Abilities
  • Mind Control, Tactician, Businessman
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  • #B3B5B2
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  • 450
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  • #e3e5cd
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  • 22
Species
  • Human
  • Lord
Image size
  • 250
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  • 20
BGCOLOR
  • #2F3132
TAB
  • Leben
  • Ausrüstung
  • Galerie
  • Hinter den Kulissen
  • Auftritte
  • Trivia
  • Alt. Leben
Powers
Serie
  • Supergirl
Homeworld
  • Lord Place
Occupation
  • CEO and founder of Lord Technologies
Show
  • Supergirl
Family
  • Unnamed
Image File
  • Maxwell Lord 013.jpg
Gender
  • Lord
RealName
  • Maxwell Lord IV
Bild
  • Maxwell Lord.jpg
Creator
  • Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, Kevin Maguire
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  • __FORCETOC__ Image:Help.png
  • Maxwell "Max" Lord is the founder and CEO of Lord Technologies. He is also a major recurring enemy and occasional anti-hero to Supergirl in Season 1.
  • Maxwell Lord is a powerful DC universe supervillain and an enemy of the Justice League Of America. Maxwell Lord was abducted by an alien supercomputer buried near the center of the Earth. This computer somehow managed to convince Max to establish a benevolent worldwide peace organization that the computer hoped to use as part of its own grandiose plot aimed at complete global domination. With the computer's help, Max was able to operate behind the scenes during the formation of a new Justice League. Eventually he was freed from the computer’s influence and continued to operate as the Justice League's benefactor and caretaker. Lord developed telepathic powers himself during the invasion of the Earth that was masterminded by the Dominators, but he remained the Justice League’s chief executive rather than become a hero. Maxwell Lord continued to run the team, but over the years his role became increasingly diminished until he was removed when Wonder Woman reformed the League. Lord however was in truth a criminal mastermind who spent years running the JLI gathering sensitive information about the world's superheroes, which he considered a threat to the planet. All along Max had been playing the role of the incorrigible businessman. In truth, he held a deep contempt for the meta-human community and sought to take them down by keeping them close.
  • Maxwell Lord was a financier of the Justice League and, more recently, a villain in the DC Universe.
  • Maxwell Lord was the manager of the Ultimen.
  • Maxwell Lord is a wealthy tech entrepreneur and the Black King of Checkmate. Later, the Red Queen forced him to work for her.
  • Having failed miserably in life, Maxwell Lord took to drinking with Amygdala, the Riddler, and Killer Croc at a bar in Gotham City. He ended up by drinking too much and gambling away the remains of his supercomputer designed by Metron to another villain known as the Cavalier. For a while, Maxwell scrounged together cash by holding up charity stores and stealing lunch money from Killer Moth. He finally received enough money by collecting it for the preservation of moths across the globe, in Killer Moth's name. However, the costume he wore stolen from the drug addled Signalman caused Lord to be mocked by youthful audiences. In a rage, he attacked a police officer, and was subdued by Ted Kord, AKA Blue Beetle, who bashed him in the head with a nightstick. Shortly afterwards, Maxwell Lord took up company with Ra's al Ghul, only to have Ra's die at the hands of Bateman. In the wake of this incident, Lord dyed his hair black to himself look tougher. Lord was then kicked out of the organization by the Scarecrow for being such a loser, and wandered among Gotham City's homeless before meeting up with Superman, the pimp from the stars. However, he was laughed out of Gotham when he attacked (and failed) to kill Superman with a pencil.
  • Maxwell "Max" Lord is a sim in the town of Ribbon Heights.
  • Initially, Lord worked behind the scenes to establish the League, while under the control of a villainous computer created by Metron (a later retcon would say that this was actually the villainous computer program Kilgore, which had taken over Metron's machine). The computer wanted Max to set up a worldwide peacekeeping organization, as part of its plan to dominate the world. Lord's ruthlessness at this time was illustrated when he set up a disturbed would-be terrorist as a villain for the League to defeat, resulting in the man's death. (The would-be terrorist believed he had a bomb connected to his heartbeat, but in fact, Max had disconnected it.) Later, however, he rebelled against the computer and (seemingly) destroyed it. Once free of the computer's influence, Lord was portrayed as an amoral businessman, but not a real villain.
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