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Aunkamen
Aunkamen
Biographical information
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Egypt

Ethnicity

Egyptian

Abilities

Strength
Item levitation

Occupation

Prince

Physical description
Species

Mummy

Gender

Male

Out of universe information
Era(s)

Mirage

Publisher

Mirage Studios

First appearance

Egyptian Adventure

Created by

Mark Bodé

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Aunkamen is a would-be pharaoh and the main antagonist of the Mirage Guest Era issue, Egyptian Adventure.

As relayed in Dr. Letodd's Guide to Rare Crests, Aunkamen was a "rebel prince" who was so obsessed with becoming pharaoh, that he used black magic and psychology to enslave both living beings and inanimate objects. In the end, he never did attain his goal, but he lay a curse to come back when his tomb was opened.

In 1990, his tomb was reopened by Tech II, a development firm which had designs to build modern industrialization and a resort in Egypt. The Egyptian government had strict stipulations on protecting their undiscovered heritage. Thus, Tech II hired a team of archaeologists, which included Molly, to verify and document the discovery.

Molly rang for her friend April O'Neil to come and assist her in documenting the discovery. Upon entering Aunkamen's Tomb, they were confronted by Aunkamen's guardian, Jackal, and were being forced to become Aunkamen's brides.

Fortunately, April had faxed the Turtles before they went in, and they were well on their way to the rescue. They sloughed through the mummies and enchanted statues and broke Jackal's staff, Karnak, thus returning all to normal.

Or so they thought. Aunkamen's curse turned out to be independent of Jackal and Karnak, and he was still brought back to life. His tenure was short-lived, however, as he threw his own sarcophagus at the Turtles and hit a pillar, causing the tomb to collapse on him while Molly, April, and the Turtles escaped.

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