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|“||Before you overreact, take notice of the fact that you couldn't make us leave if you wanted to. What I propose is this... we will live among you. The people of Earth will not even know we are here. You will not even know we are here. You will not interfere with any matter on Earth. We do not want our presence to be known. We will not attack you... but we will not help you. My people will blend in, live as Humans with Humans. We will intermingle... we will interbreed. This is the only way to ensure our survival of the Viltrumite people. We will restore our ranks over the course of thousands of years. Human DNA has been proven to make near perfect hybrids... the closest thing we have to pure-blooded Viltrumites. Our children and our children's children will join our ranks, their children will have children and our ranks will swell with the infusion of Human DNA. You will allow us the time to restore our numbers... to rebuild our Empire.||„|
|~ Thragg to Invincible and Omni-Man.|
Thragg is the main antagonist of the Image Comics series Invincible. He serves as the most recurring villain and overarching archenemy of Invincible himself, as well as the most powerful villain he has ever fought.
Grand Regent Thragg was trained since birth to be one of the strongest, most skilled fighters, and leaders for the Viltrumite Empire. He took over as leader of his people in his late teens (Earth years) and focused his reign on finding a way for the Viltrumite Empire to move past the Scourge Virus and for his race to survive.
When Conquest escaped from Earth, Thragg was shocked to discover Mark Grayson had defeated him. He wanted to kill conquest for his failure but gave him one more chance. Due to a mole deep within the Coalition of Planets he receives news of their next steps in their war plans which opens the opportunity to attack Mark's ship on its way to Talescria. The attack proved to be successful in the initial stages, the starship used by the Coalition of Planets was destroyed but due to the determination of Mark, he manages to kill Conquest before he killed Oliver.
It is revealed that Thragg has an inside spy in the coalition planets and tasking him to take down the barriers. He later owns fights in the war arc against Invincible and his father Omni-Man which cost the Viltrumite's planet so they take refuge on earth.
Powers and Abilities
As is natural for his species Thragg has superhuman strength, speed, stamina, and durability as well as the ability to fly. He is also trained in many forms of combat and is a skilled general.
- Thragg bears a striking resemblance to the late musician Freddie Mercury of the band Queen and to Han, an antagonist from the popular manga and anime series, Fist of the North Star.
- He was created by Robert Kirkman.