- I have labored long and hard on the complexities of my scheme.
- -- Master Khan src
At some point during the 1960's Master Khan became known as a wealthy trader and a dabbler in the arts of magic and occult in the Orient. Khan refused to sell his dragon ship to a man named Hawk Gormey. Refusing to accept this, Gormey had his men drug the crew and steal the ship. When Khan discovered this, the ship's new captain slapped him and told him they'd drop him off at some island. Khan responded by casting a spell that transformed the entire dragon ship and it's crew into a ship in a bottle, where they were to remain.
At a certain point, he moved to Halwan. When the local King learned of his magical abilities, he tortured Khan's youngest daughter to death in order to obtain his power. Khan began plotting to kill the King's daughter, princess Azir. First sending Gamal Hassan and his Monstroid to kill her. This plot was foiled by Iron Fist. He then manipulated Iron Man into attacking Iron Fist and kidnapped Colleen Wing.
Khan used Angar the Screamer to brainwash her into killing Iron Fist. Iron fist freed her from the mind control and confronted Khan, who opened a portal to K'un-Lun and confronted Iron Fist with the truth about Nu-An's rise to power and his role in the death of Rand's parents. In anger, Iron Fist smashed the portal, creating a rip in the fabric of reality that sucked Khan in.
Sabretooth & Constrictor
Sabretooth and the Constrictor are hired by Master Khan to steal the Jade Tiger. The Daughters of the Dragon tried to stop them but were injured in the they asked the Heroes for Hire for help. Taking down the criminals and rescuing Misty whose bionic arm was trapped in a vault.
The Ninja stole the Amulets of Power worn by the Sons of the Tiger. He beats Bob Diamond half to death and was taken to hospital. Luke and Danny went to check on their friend in hospital where they learn Master Khan had sent the Ninja to recover the Amulets. However when they find the antique shop he is hiding in he releases a mystical Jade Tiger. He leapt on it's back as it took him through a portal. They follow and found themselves in K'un-Lun. They help them against an attack from the plant like H'ylthri. Danny is attacked by Yu-Ti and taken to be sacrificed to Master Khan. Lei-Kung and Luke came to his rescue. Khan opened a portal back to Earth, but before they leave, Iron Fist destroys the crystal that works as a bridge between the two realms.
Khan was an accomplished sorcerer. However, he did not attempt to attack Iron Fist when he was recuperating from injuries at Stephen Strange's Mansion and possibly face the Sorcerer Supreme. 
Khan also persuaded Super Skrull to impersonate the child Captain Hero for months. He entranced Super Skrull into believing he was, in fact, Captain Hero. After "Captain Hero" appeared to kill both himself and Iron Fist (actually a H'ylthri impostor), Khan betrayed Super Skrull and returned him to his exile in space orbit. In a clever ruse, Khan impersonated New York Police detective Tyrone King and had a physical relationship with Iron Fist's romantic interest Misty Knight.
When Khan determined that Namor the Sub-Marnier had released Iron Fist from capture and torment from the H'ylthri, he used his mystical powers to erase Namor's memory and for a time turn him into a "Savage" Sub-Mariner.Later, in a deadly confrontation, Prince Namor ripped Khan's head from his body.
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Master Khan is an accomplished sorcerer.
- Khan has been shown to command the power of Crimson Bands of Cyttorak.
- Khan has also been shown to command the Flame of the Faltine.
- Another mystical force he has called upon are the Bolts of Bishru.
- At times, mistakenly referred to as "Kahn"
- 37 Appearances of Master Khan (Earth-616)
- Media Master Khan (Earth-616) was Mentioned in
- 1 Images featuring Master Khan (Earth-616)
- 3 Quotations by or about Master Khan (Earth-616)
- Character Gallery: Master Khan (Earth-616)
- Master Khan at the Marvel Appendix
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- ↑ Strange Tales #77
- ↑ Marvel Premiere #22
- ↑ Marvel Premiere #24
- ↑ Iron Fist #1
- ↑ Iron Fist #2
- ↑ Iron Fist #5-6
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 Iron Fist #7
- ↑ Iron Fist #8
- ↑ Power Man and Iron Fist #66
- ↑ Power Man and Iron Fist #70
- ↑ Power Man and Iron Fist #74
- ↑ Power Man and Iron Fist #75
- ↑ Power Man and Iron Fist #97
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- ↑ Power Man and Iron Fist #100
- ↑ Power Man and Iron Fist #113
- ↑ Power Man and Iron Fist #117
- ↑ Power Man and Iron Fist #119
- ↑ Power Man and Iron Fist #121
- ↑ Power Man and Iron Fist #122
- ↑ Power Man and Iron Fist #123
- ↑ Power Man and Iron Fist #125
- ↑ Namor the Sub-Mariner #20
- ↑ Namor the Sub-Mariner #22
- ↑ Namor the Sub-Mariner #24
- ↑ Namor the Sub-Mariner #25
- ↑ Namor the Sub-Mariner #27
- ↑ Namor the Sub-Mariner #28
- ↑ Namor the Sub-Mariner #32
- ↑ 31.0 31.1 Namor the Sub-Mariner #33
- ↑ Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z hardcover Vol. 7
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