|“||I lied, Natasha. Never rely on beauty. It lies.||„|
|“||You have heard my words, Lorelei -- and know their true meaning! Heed them or not -- the tapestry of your life is yours to weave as you wish! You have only yourself to fail...and I'll shed no tears for you!||„|
|~ Amora to her sister, Lorelei.|
Amora the Enchantress is a fictional charter and was villainess turned anti-heroine from the Marvel Comics and Universe. Amora is a sorceress who has been in love with Thor and helped him genuinely, making her transition to anti-heroism more easily. Though she's an opportunist who seeks to use others for her own goals, she has shown remorse for her actions and has aided superheroes in stopping threats such as Surtur and Set.
She was created by the late Stan Lee and the late Jack Kirby, and first appeared in Journey into Mystery # 3 in April 1964.
Amora was born in Asgard to unnamed parents, and later ran away from home to become an apprentice of the powerful sorceress Karnilla. She studied the basic arts of Asgardian magic until she was expelled by Karnilla for being undisciplined, and Amora would gain other magical skills from seducing other magic users. Amora would later enlist Brunnhilde to help her in conquest, but once the latter realized this, Amora used her magic to entrap Brunnhilde within a mystical crystal. After the incident with Brunnhilde, Amora seduced Skurge the Executioner into assisting her in schemes, and would withhold favors from him to keep him as a pawn.
When the Enchantress encountered Thor in his guise as Dr. Donald Blake, she immediately wanted to seduce him and failed, sending Skurge to dispose of Thor's love-interest Jane Foster. Thor managed to save Jane, and the Enchantress and Skurge were defeated in combat against the God of thunder. Enchantress would become an ally of numerous supervillains and supervillains team, such as the God of mischief Loki Laufeyson, the Mandarin, and Baron Zemo to gain more power and get revenge on Thor. She has battled countless superheroes along the way, such as the mutant Scarlet Witch and the Greek mythology hero Hercules when she created a giant monster. Amora would go on to aid Doctor Doom in disrupting Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman's wedding, and later kidnapped the Hulk to make him be part of her rock trolls army to conqueror Asgard. During her time, she lost Skurge to her rival Casiolena, but defeated her with the help of the Defenders, and battled Thor and the Avengers.
Amora would also want to control a dimensional rift, and when noticing that it was forming a club in New York, went there to perform and earn the favor of the club manager. However, the club manager became smitten with Dazzler, leading to Amora to attempt to use her powers to force Dazzler to age to death. She was stopped by superheroes as they saw Dazzler as one of their own, and the Enchantress decided to flee. The Enchantress was later forced to fight on Battleworld when abducted by the Beyonder, and was easily defeated by She-Hulk. Amora was then taken to Reed Richards to be healed, and Thor let her out of the device so he could get a fellow Asgardian's perspective on recent events. Amora then transported Thor and herself to another part of the planet, and attempted to seduce Thor once again, but was thwarted by a creature. Returning back to the headquarters, Amora left Thor and managed to escape when the place was over run, and attempted to seduce Doctor Doom.
Amora's countless crimes earned her the wrath of Odin, and she was exiled from Asgard until she aided her home when Surtur and his legions attacked. Earning her right to return, Amora became involved with Heimdall, and later used her sorcery to make her sister Lorelei to fall in love with Loki since she refused to help the Asgardians fight Surtur. Though she started to show examples of being a hero, she would often fall back into old habits, as she is an opportunist who seeks to use others for her own ends. Skurge eventually became tired of his service with Amora, and sacrificed his life when helping Thor in Hel. Though she used Skurge through most of his service, she grieved his death and attempted to make new Executioners by forcing others to wear the armor. In addition, she attempted to force Wonder Man to fall in love with her, but he managed to retaliate her magic when she made him stronger.
Amora is beautiful woman wears a green triangular tiara, She wears a green suit that often showcased her cleavage, sometime she wears a more regal suit that cover her body similar to those wears by the Vikings women.
Amora is rather conflicted and Pompous yet at the end is somewhat well-intentioned, she has been influenced by Thor to make the right thing and more than one occasion, she has helped Asgard from greater evils like Malekith or Surtur, she is in good terms with Thor and to a minor extension Dazzler.
- In Hulk vs. Thor, she was voiced by Kari Wahlgren, who also voiced Charmcaster in the Ben 10 series, Raine Sage in Tales from Symphonia, Invisible Woman in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., Chloe Carmichael in The Fairly OddParents, Mina Monroe in Bunnicula, Toots in The Tom and Jerry Show, Zatanna in 2019s DC Super Hero Girls, Starfire in the DC Animated Film Universe and Injustice 2, and Kitana in Mortal Kombat 11.
- Wahlgren would reprise her voice in The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes and Marvel Future Avengers in English.
- In Thor: Tales of Asgard, she was voiced by Ashleigh Ball, who also voiced Mary Test in the Johnny Test series, and Rainbow Dash and Applejack in the My Little Pony series.
- In The Marvel Super Heroes, she was voiced by the late Peg Dixon, who also voiced Black Widow, Jane Foster, Wasp, and many female characters in the series.
- In The Super Hero Squad Show, she was voiced by Grey DeLisle-Grifin, who voices Daphne Blake in the Scooby-Doo series, and also voiced Mandy in The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, Sam Manson in Danny Phantom, Tootie Roberts and Tooth Fairy in The Fairly OddParents, Frankie Foster and Goo in Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Emily Elizabeth Howard in Clifford the Big Red Dog, Lizzie Devine in Codename: Kids Next Door, Wubbzy in Wow! Wow! Wubbzy, Riley Daring in The Replacements, Kitty Katswell in T.U.F.F. Puppy, Jackie Lynn Thomas in Star vs. the Forces of Evil, Lola Loud, Lana Loud, and Lily Loud in The Loud House, Kitana in Mortal Kombat: Scorpion's Revenge, Catwoman in the Arkham series and Injustice series, and Carmelita Fox in Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time and PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale.
- In Avengers: Secret Wars, she was voiced by Fryda Wolff.
- In Marvel Future Avengers, she was voiced by Ayumi Yonemaru in Japanese.
- In Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, she was voiced by Gabrielle Carteris.
- She is similar to Maxima from DC Comics:
- Both are in love with a superhero (Thor and Superman).
- Both have abandoned their attempts to force the hero to love them.
- Both have redeemed themselves.
- She has redeemed herself by aiding Thor in numerous occasions, helping the Asgardians reclaim their former glory, defeating Surtur, and becoming a member of the Lady Liberators.