Kordax, armed with the ability to control sea life, would make a play for power, leading the Tritonians against the Poseidonians (ruled by King Orin and his descendants), but would ultimately lose his battle against them. As a result, he was banished from the kingdom and had his left hand chopped off. Kordax’s failed attack would also lead Atlanteans to adopt the omen, “The Curse of Kordax,” leading to any blonde-haired individual born in Atlantis being abandoned, with Atlanteans believing it was a sign of deformation. Aquaman himself was left to die as an infant by the former King Trevis as a child due to the curse.
The action figure reveals a much more monstrous look for Kordax than he appeared in the comics, with the live-action version looking like he could be part of the Trench. How could Kordax fit into “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom?” With the movie featuring Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) and Mera’s (Amber Heard) baby, they may be asked to abandon their child in the name of the curse. It remains unlikely Aquaman or Mera would agree, which could set up the central conflict of the movie. Or, it’s equally possible that Kordax is looking to get revenge on Atlantis and its people and will join Black Manta in fighting against the kingdom after his own abandonment. Regardless of his role, Kordax’s appearance in “Aquaman 2” will expand the film’s lore even more and introduce a villain with one of the most tragic origins in comics. It will be interesting to see which elements make the cut in live-action.
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