Mandred was created by Garguax from the bodies of his army of plastic androids on behalf of The Brain and his Brotherhood of Evil. His purpose was to kill the Doom Patrol's leader, The Chief, at a time when the core members of the team and their ally Mento were thought deceased.

Mandred was defeated by the Doom Patrol's full contingent, including the Chief, Mento and young ally Beast Boy.

The Doom Patrol kept Mandred captive, having deduced that if he was destroyed the Brotherhood of Evil would be made aware of their survival. After an inconclusive fight between the two teams, Garguax realized that Mandred needed repowering and provided it from afar, leading to Mandred's attempt at escape. He was opposed, first by the Chief and Beast Boy, and then also by the three core Doom Patrol members, but nonetheless escaped and told Garguax and the Brotherhood of Evil that Beast Boy was alive.

This revelation proved inconvenient, because the custody of Beast Boy was under dispute at the time and the Brain provided evidence that Gar Logan was Beast Boy, leading to a claim that Gar would be put under jeopardy due to his association with the Doom Patrol.


  • Fangs
  • Energy Absorption: Mandred feeds on solar energy through his skin.
  • Energy Transference: His solar scepter allows Mandred to use solar energy as a form of attack. Mandred once hinted that the energy may be electrical in nature, but this is unconfirmed.
  • Flight: By releasing energy with his solar scepter, Mandred can propel himself through the air at considerable speed.
  • Superhuman Strength



  • Dependency: Mandred draws sustenance from solar light and weakens when deprived from it for too long. His energy powers are reliant on his access to the solar scepter.
  • Monstrous Appearance


  • Solar scepter


The solar scepter allows Mandred to propel himself by releasing its solar energy.


  • Solar scepter
  • This version of Mandred, including all history and corresponding appearances, was erased from existence following the collapse of the original Multiverse in the 1985–86 Crisis on Infinite Earths limited series. Even though versions of the character may have since appeared, this information does not apply to those versions.



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