The Religious Affiliation of

Religion: D'Bari religion CBR Scale: R

Name: K'hari

Classification: supporting character supporting character  

Publisher(s): Marvel

First Appearance: Wolverine Annual 2000 (Nov. 2000): "Family"

First Appearance (Additional Details): (seen) Wolverine Annual 2000 (Nov. 2000): "Family"; (identified) Marvel Heroes #33 (24 Mar. 2011): "The Brute and the Bounty Hunter!"

Creators: Frank Tieri, Jorge Santamaria, Nathan Massengill

Number of Appearances: 2

Enemy of: Tyrus Krill

Ally: G'aspix

Planet: D'Bari IV

Race: D'Bari

Gender: female

Note: killed, mounted on display by alien hunter Tyrus Krill

K'hari was a member of the D'Bari race. K'hari was seen as a mounted corpse in Wolverine Annual 2000

K'hari was not identified by name until Marvel Heroes #33 (2011), published by Marvel UK. This issue also introduced G'aspix, the lifemate of K'hari. According to some sources, the D'Bari (G'aspix) seen in Marvel Heroes was actually from an alternative reality or alternative timestream (Earth-9411).

K'hari and G'aspix were among the few D'Bari who survived the destruction of their planet. G'aspix was one of the D'Bari who announced their intention to colonize Earth unless their chosen champion (the bounty hunter Death's Head) was defeated by an Earth champion. Earth (through SHIELD) chose the Hulk to face Death's Head in combat. A SHIELD agent attempted to betray the Hulk at the same time that the D'Bari attempted to betray Death's Head, which resulted in the two champions joining forces to teach SHIELD and the D'Bari a lesson.

Because G'aspix had lost his lifemate (K'Hari) to the alien hunter Tyrus Krill, G'aspix hated the idea that his people (the D'Bari) had chosen a bounty hunter like Death's Head to be their people's champion in the challenge against Earth.

This character is in the following 2 stories which have been indexed by this website:
Marvel Heroes #33 (24 Mar. 2011): "The Brute and the Bounty Hunter!" (mentioned)
Wolverine Annual 2000 (Nov. 2000): "Family" (corpse)

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