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1: Tharn is a fictional planet in the 30th century DC Universe. The DC Universe (DCU) is the fictional shared setting where most of the comic stories published by DC Comics take place. ...


After the destruction of Zerox, most of the survivors (mostly sorcerers) resettled on Tharn. Zerox, aka The Sorcerers Planet, is a fictional planet in the DC Universe 30th century, featuring in a number of adventures of the Legion of Super-Heroes. ...


During the economic collapse of the galaxy (as featured in the v4 Legion of Super-Heroes, Tharn was undefended when threatened by the Khund. To face this menace, the ruling sorcerer's council restored Mordru's power to him. He defeated the Khunds and set himself up as Emperor. The Legion later confronted him when he held a Green Lantern captive, eventually winning his release (though the Lantern's power ring was destroyed). This is about the DC Comics superhero team. ... In the DC Universe, the Khunds are a fictional alien race notable for extreme violence. ... Mordru (also known as Mordru the Merciless) is a fictional character, a supervillain in the DC Comics Universe whose main foes are the Legion of Super-Heroes in the future world of the 30th and 31st centuries and the Justice Society of America and the Lord of Order Amethyst in... Cover to Green Lantern: Rebirth #6, art by Ethan Van Sciver. ...


The planet has not appeared post zero-hour.


2: Tharn is also a fictional word to discribe an animal frozen in terror.


In Richard Adams's novel 'Watership Down' the term is used when the main characters, which are rabbits, see the headlights of oncoming cars and are frozen in place.


Example: Michael stood tharn while the grizzly bear bore down on him.


 
 

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