Ocean Master, aka Orm is a DC Comics Super Heroes minifigure who first appeared in LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Aquaman: Rage of Atlantis in 2018. He was physically released in 76116 Batman Batsub and the Underwater Clash in 2019.
Orm Marius was born in the ancient underwater city of Atlantis, and because of this he possessed a physiology far superior to regular humans. He was the son of the Atlantean military chief, Orvax Marius and the queen of Atlantis, Atlanna. He was raised to believed that the people of the surface were cancerous and not to be interacted with.
His father Orvax was extremely abusive and would come to be killed by Atlanna on Orm's 12th birthday. Later on in his life Atlanna was killed in a supposedly freak accident and Orm was accused by Atlanna's royal advisor Vulko, this led to the advisor being banished to the surface world. Following this, Orm became king of Atlantis.
Eventually, his half-brother Arthur Curry traveled to Atlantis with Vulko, and Orm happily stepped down as King so his brother could take the throne. The brothers would start out with a healthy relationship, but Orm's extremist hatred of humans came to clash with the views of his brother. Orm took up the identity of the Ocean Master and made repeated attempts at killing the human-race and reclaiming the throne of Atlantis,
Official LEGO Description
Ocean Master™ is Aquaman’s evil half-brother. Before Aquaman™ was compelled to take his rightful place on the throne, Ocean Master served as the tyrant King of Atlantis. As a natural-born Atlantean, he can withstand the farthest ocean depths, and possesses super-strength, speed, durability and enhanced senses. Trained from a young age, he’s an expert fighter and highly skilled with a trident. Ocean Master despises the surface world, but his plots to destroy it have been thwarted by the heroics of Aquaman and Mera™.
Gallery of Video Game Variants
Video Game Appearances
- LEGO DC Super-Villains (DLC)
- Trevor Devall voiced him in LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Aquaman: Rage of Atlantis.