Character sourced from: Comic Books


CBUB Wins: 2
CBUB Losses: 7
Win Percentage: 22.22%

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Read more about Highfather at: Wikipedia

Official Site: DC Comics

Highfather is a fictional comic book character in the . He is chief of the New Gods of New Genesis in the Fourth World and ruled the fictional planet. Highfather first appeared in The New Gods (vol. 1) #1 (February/March 1971).

Highfather is in reality Izaya, sometimes known as Izaya the Inheritor. The name is a phonetical version of the Old Testament prophet Isaiah. Highfather thematically resembles the Greek god Zeus, Yaweh, and the Norse god Odin (who was known as the all-father).

In making peace with Apokolips, Izaya and Darkseid make a pact to exchange their sons. Darkseid raises Scott Free, while Izaya raises Orion. Izaya manages to tame the savage Orion (to a point), and he becomes one of the greatest warriors of New Genesis. Eventually, Scott Free (Mister Miracle) escapes Apokolips, as planned by Darkseid, which breaks the pact between New Genesis and Apokolips. Izaya and Scott are reunited, though relations between the two have not always been easy.

Highfather often consults the Source, a primal energy field represented by a mysterious wall upon which are written messages which may be of use in resolving crises. Though never stated outright in the New Gods series, the Source is implied to be some form of higher power (perhaps even God), making Izaya a spiritual as well as political leader of his people. As ruler of New Genesis, he is kind, compassionate and caring, but ready to defend it from any threat.

Fantasy Teams Season 9 Record:

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Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Win Thanos 8 to 2
Win Magik (Illyana Rasputin) 7 to 2
Loss Broly (Dragon Ball Super) 4 to 7
Loss Broly (Dragon Ball Super) 2 to 5

Regular play Record:

Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Loss Odin (Marvel) 3 to 14
Loss The Sorceress 6 to 7
Loss Thanos 3 to 7
Loss Shao Kahn 9 to 11
Loss Surtur 7 to 10