The Religious Affiliation of
Fenris the Hellbringer

Religion: alien CBR Scale: I

Name: Fenris the Hellbringer

Classification: villain villain  

Publisher(s): Marvel UK

First Appearance: Doctor Who Magazine #47 (Dec. 1980): "Star Death, Part 1"

Creators: Alan Moore, John Stokes

Number of Appearances: 2

Employer: Order of the Black Sun

Occupation: mercenary

Gender: male

As far as I have been able to ascertain, this character is an alien, although he appears entirely human. His name is notable, however, as he is named after the ferocious wolf from Norse/Teutonic mythology.

Fenris was a time traveler and a mercenary from Gallifrey's relative future at the time of Rassilon.

Fenris was an agent of the Order of the Black Sun (the great enemies of the Timelords), but it does not appear as though he actually belonged to the Order himself. He was hired by them to do their bidding.

As an agent for the Black Sun, Fenris sabotaged Omega's defense shields. This act sucked him into a black hole, dispersing his atoms across the Zone of No Return. It seemed certain he was gone forever. Yet twenty years later, he was retrieved and reassembled by Wardog for interrogation. While he was being interrogated, Fenris was killed when Black Sun attacked Gallifrey, the homeworld of the Timelords.

This character is in the following story which has been indexed by this website:
Doctor Who Magazine #47 (Dec. 1980): "Star Death, Part 1"

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