Tezcatlipoca (Los Comex)

Tezcatlipoca (Los Comex)

Tezcatlipoca (Los Comex)

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Tezcatlipoca is a fictional character appearing in the independent comic book, The Aztec Zombie, created by Javier Hernandez and published under his privately-owned imprint, Los Comex. The character, based on the god of the same name from Aztec mythology, made his first appearance in "Daze of the Dead: The Numero Uno Edition" in 1998.

Fictional character history

The Aztec god of death, Mictlantecuhtli, was displeased at the outcome of the Spanish Conquest. The rebirth of Mexico left the gods behind and removed him from his seat of power. He, along with Tezcatlipoca, hatched a plot in order to regain his throne. Eventually, their plans led them to kidnap 21-year-old Diego de la Muerte. Diego was a Mexican-American living in Whittier, California. He was anticipating the upcoming Dia de Los Muertos festival and had purchased an undead Mariachi suit. He also applied the traditional facial markings and had recently gotten a tattoo for the occasion. The tattoo was of a skull or Calavera of sorts inspired by a design from an Aztec temple. Little did Diego know, the tattoo was actually an ancient death symbol and paid homage to the god of death. While driving to the festival, he is struck by lightning and veers off the road into a tree. The crash ended his life on this world. He soon awakened in Mictlan to be sacrificed in an ancient ritual in which his heart is ripped out with an obsidian blade and placed in a clay pot. Surprisingly, Tezcatlipoca attempted to delay or...
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