Marx is an evil sorcerer that was once a part of Nightmare Enterprises. However, it didn't last long when he soon Betrayed N.M.E after receiving his new found power. He later battled the star warriors in ancient Dream Land, but he was soon defeated and imprisoned in a temple by the ancient Cappies. A long time later, he was freed due to the collision of the Dark Matter flying fortress. Marx is technically the main antagonist of Kirby: Right Back At Ya Comic as he made more appearances than the other villains. Marx is visually voiced by Tim Curry.
- Yin Yarn
- 02 and the Dark Matter robots
- Dark Mind
- Survivors Against Kirby (formerly)
- Ixis Naugus (Sonic X version)
- Nightmare Enterprises (at first)
- King Dedede
- Waddle Doo
- Meta Knight
- Sword Knight
- Blade Knight
- Glacta Knight and other star warriors
- Survivors Against Kirby (During the Dark Matter saga and so on)
- Chief Bookem
- Chef Kawasaki
- Dr. Yabui
- Sonic The Hedgehog
- Miles "Tails" Prower
- Knuckles The Echidna
- Amy Rose
Differences Between Game And Comic VersionEdit
- In the "Kirby Super Star", Marx is a little creature with only feet and a head. In the comic series, Marx has limbs, a torso, and an evil sorcerrer robe.
- In the comic series, Marx is more evil and more powerful while the game version just wanted the power from Nova.
- Marx's hat has an exact resemblance to Soul Marx's hat.
- Marx didn't turn into a winged being in the comic series. He combined the elements with Nova's gauntlet to make a monster that resembles his winged being form (with him as the brain controlling it).
- Marx gets power from stealing Kirby's wish to rule all of Pop Star. In the comic series, Marx gained elemental powers from stealing a gauntlet from Nova.
- In the "Super Star", Marx wants to rule all of Pop Star. In the comic series, Marx is bent on destroying Dream Land and taking over the universe.
- Laser eyes
- Throwing fire balls
- Lightning (later increased this power with Nova's gauntlet)
- From NOVA's gauntlet
- Moving the Sun
- Creating a monstrous version of himself
- Splitting into separate clones of himself
- Marx plays an important role in every arc in the comic series except the first 4 issues (even though he is seen as a silhouette in the end of issue 4).
- Marx could be the monster that disobeyed N.M.E. that is mentioned in episode 3.
- He is considered the most serious villain in the comic series.