|First appearance||X-Men #63 (December, 1969)|
Roy Thomas (writer)|
Neal Adams (artist)
|Alter ego||Lani Ubana|
|Species||Savage Land Mutate|
Brotherhood of Evil Mutants|
Savage Land Mutates
The character subsequently appears in Avengers vol. 1 #105 (November 1972), Defenders vol. 1 #15-16 (September–October 1974), Uncanny X-Men #104 (April 1977), Champions #17 (January 1978), Super-Villain Team-Up #14 (October 1977), Marvel Fanfare vol. 1 #1-4 (March–September 1982), Captain America #415-417 (May–July 1993), X-Men: The Hidden Years #4 (March 2000), Cable & Deadpool #49 (March 2008), and Marvel Comics Presents #6-7 (April–May 2008).
Lorelei appeared as part of the "Savage Land Mutates" entry in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #11.
Fictional character biography
Lorelei is a Savage Land native until Magneto turns her into a mutated siren, whose voice can put men into a hypnotic trance, and she is placed in his Savage Land Mutates group. However, the machine that Magneto had used to empower his Savage Land creations is eventually destroyed. As a result, Lorelei lost her siren powers.
Much later, she manipulated Ka-Zar to battle Deadpool. This was part of a mission to expand the dominion of the Savage Land. She uses many of the Land's inhabitants. Deadpool shoots her prehistoric ride and leaves her falling towards a group of dinosaurs. She survives this incident.
Lorelei helps chase out invading mercenaries.
Powers and abilities
Lorelei can hypnotically paralyze men by singing, or manipulate them and place them under her control.
- Lorelei at the Appendix to the Handbook of the Marvel Universe