|Age:||Over 1,000 years old|
|Voice Actor:||Tony Jay|
Virgil is a scholarly fowl and the guide for Mighty Max.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Toyline[edit | edit source]
Animated Series[edit | edit source]
The last living Lemurian, the next step in human evolution, as revealed in one episode. The Lemurians either created or discovered the portals, and later created the key in order to access them. Having a bird-like appearance, the Lemurians valued knowledge above all else and compiled the most extensive library the world has ever known. They were destroyed by Skullmaster in his quest for the key. Virgil is over ten thousand years old, and is very knowledgeable about both the past and future. However, the majority of his trust rests on his ancient texts, and he seems to lack compulsion. Virgil is always serious, and quite often frustrated by Max's carefree ways. What's more, although he looks like a talking chicken and is often referred to as such, he keeps insisting that he is actually a fowl. It should also be noted that Virgil was Skullmaster's teacher, and he is often reminded of this fact.
Comic Book Series[edit | edit source]
Virgil appeared regularly in The Adventures of Mighty Max.
In other media[edit | edit source]
- Virgil appears on the cover art for Mighty Max and the Crystal Quest.
- Virgil is featured in The Ultimate Adventure Game, both on the cover art as well as a symbol on the playing die that allows Max to move to any unoccupied space on the board.
- Virgil is one of the characters featured in the Super Battle Card Game, valued at 9.