The history have demostred that in different towns of distincts races through diverse generations, the wars make every country gives the best of itself. to tadvance in a matter of months what they didn't advance even in centuries!
~ Osmehel Cadamaren

Osmehel Cadamaren is the main antagonist of the 2015 graphic novel Luna de Plutón (Pluto's Moon). He was the richest person in the Solar System, ahead of Emperor Gargajo. He was also the Mojo Bond boss and the owner of Pluto, Charon and Nereid. Owner many of the businesses in the solar system.

He was earlier introduced as a minor antagonist and character, later, he revealed his true importance trying to destroy the Federal Brotherhood of the United Planets to conquer the solar system along with Calizo Popsttone and Meinhardt Hallyfax in a triumvirate.


When Claudia Nefertitis Vön Sugus del Titanium and his friend Knaach of Ravencourt III entered into Cadamaren's Herschel Magnatino for blind Emperor Gargajo. Knaach spot Cadamaren, along his personal assistant Mojo Bond, since his hideout between the Herschel's crowd, revealing that he saw Cadamaren in the past, presumably during his life in the Jumbo Jumbo Circus. Later, the true intentions of Cadamaren and Bond were showed: Kill Emperor Gargajo with a bomb, so in that way, Cadamaren could buy the moons of Io and Iapetus.

After the destruction of his casino-ship and the death of Gargajo (Killed by elve Amén and his computer DIO), Cadamaren witness against Metallus del Titanium during del Titanium's judgement by the Federal Brotherhood of the United Planets.

After leaving the court's room, he returned along Bond to his office in Pluto. Once in Pluto, Osmehel explained to Mojo his plan to buy Iapetus and Io to control the economy for get more money.

After del Titanium's escape from the court, Osmehel came with Mojo to the moon of Galatea, where he met Emperor Gargajo's former battle commander-in-chief, Meinhardt Hallyfax; and he also checked that the construction of the Imperial Reaper had finished. After this, he betrayed the Nereidans (the aliens that build the ship) and destroyed the moon of Galatea with the Cosmic Vigor of the Imperial Reaper, his new ship and residence.

After this, the Imperial Reaper destroyed the Nautilus, killing Judge Raah during the process.

After Raah's death, the Imperial Reaper went to Titan to destroy it, but when Osmehel discovered that the Tungstenio (captained by Metallus and Rockengard) and The Anubis (captained by Panék and Degauss) would fight together in the battle, Hallyfax and Cadamaren tried to negotiate with Metallus, without success. For that reason, Calizo Popsttone appeared in scene, and Cadamaren explained Metallus that after him death, Popsttone would be the new King of Ogroroland.

After all, Amén sacrificed himself and transported The Anubis and the Tungstenio to Charon, the moon of Pluto.

In the meantime, Meinhardt and Cadamaren tried to destroy with the Imperial Reaper the moon of Elara, but in the attempt, they roast the moon.

After the Ogres and the Elves boarded the Pegasus, Cadamaren and his minions, began the ultimate battle against the Elves and the Ogres. 

When eight projectiles impacted one of the wings of the Imperial Reaper, Cadamaren tried to escape. When he arrived to the Private Escape Capsules Bay, he found Calizo Popsttone trying to escape in the only functional capsule.

Although Calizo offered him that they both would escape in the same capsule, Cadamaren shoot Calizo a dart with poison of plutonian viper into him jugular.

Cadamaren escaped in the escape capsule, trying to land safeful in Titan.

Although the damages that the capsule suffered during the battle of the Tungstenio and The Anubis, the oxygen began to running out, killing him in the same time, while the capsule keeps going to an unknown fate in the infinite cosmos.


Cadamaren was never pronounced dead in the galactic comunity. For the population of the Solar System (including Knaach of Ravencourt III), he dissapeared without explanations. After his death, the Judges of the Federal Brotherhood of the United Planets decided to not dismantle his businesses (because there would be unemployed more than a half of the solar system, and for that reason, the Brotherhood decided that the philanthropists that seconded Cadamaren would take charge of him enterprises and business.

Also, according with Knaach, scientists of an Io laboratory sponsored by Cadamaren Enterprises, managed to develop an antidote to decontaminate the atmosphere of Iapetus, creating a species of bacteria that slowly eats the poison of the atmosphere.


  • Although Claudia Nefertitis Vön Sugus del Titanium and Knaach of Ravencourt III are his enemies, they never interact with directly with Cadamaren. Only Knaach saw Cadamaren in the past, probably during his life in the Jumbo Jumbo Circus; Cadamaren only saw Claudia during the judgement of Metallus.
  • His name is a probably reference of the cuban-venezuelan tycoon Osmel Sousa, and his last name is a (same, probably) reference to the last name Cadman surname (Name of many politicians) or a pun for the spanish words for corpse (Cadáver).
  • Osmehel is an ironic full reference to the ancient greek god Pluto:
  1. Where as sovereign watches over the administration of his state and dictates its inflexible laws. His subjects, faint and miserable shadows, are as numerous as the waves of the sea and the stars of the firmament. Of all the gods, he was the most ruthless and feared by men, inflexible or terrible. He was feared for his ugliness and the hardness of his features. While he was inflexible, he was considered to be the most righteous of all the gods, for his kingdom had just arrived at any age sooner or later, regardless of his class, rank or place of origin. Later he was conceived as a benefactor god, dispenser of wealth.