Dex:   2   Str:   2   Body:    2
Int:   6   Will:  5   Mind:    3
Infl:  4   Aura:  4   Spirit:  4
Initiative: 10  Hero Points:  40

Detective: 5
Military Science: 5
Thief: 4

Advantages: Connection: Underworld (Low); Expansive Headquarters (Keystone City)

Drawbacks: Age (Old); Catastrophic Irrational Attraction to defeating the Flash (any of them); Minor Physical Restriction: Obesity; Minor Psychological Instability

Alter Ego: Unknown
Motivation: Psychopth
Occupation: Criminal
Wealth: 6

FLOATING CHAIR [Body: 10, Flight: 2]

Poison Gas Capsules [Body: 1, Fog: 7, Poison Touch: 6]

MONITORING STATION  [Body: 10, Recall: 13, Remote Sensing: 11, Telepathy: 10, R#: 2] Note: Remote Sensing acts as the range of the monitoring cameras ; Telepathy is the Range of electronic surveillance devices ("bugs.")

SENSORY DEPRIVATION MACHINE [Body: 12, Neutralize: 20, Illusion: 10, R#: 2] Bonus: Neutralize is effective against Dex and Str as well as Powers and may be used on more that one Power or Attribute; Limitation: Illusion creates a field of pure white round the victim; Neutralize has a range of touch.

Source: Who's Who, 3rd Edition 
Foe of: Flash
also see: Turtle Man, Mr. Sprynt, Sloe, Steddy

Ed's Notes: So... Funny story... My girlfriend's daughter is a huge fan of the Flash TV Series.  And when we first started dating, it was our mutual love of comic book stories that first got us talking. So I mentioned that I've got a couple of the old DC Archives books, and if she'd like to read some of the original Flash comic books form the 1960's, I could being them by. So I do, and, of course, she laughing her ass off at how goofy the comics of the 60's were. Because... Well, come on let's face it, they were pretty "cringy," as she put it.  And the very first flash villain was THIS GUY.  Now...  on the TV SHOW the Turtle had this cool power to slow down time. It froze everyone else, and  even made the Flash, at full speed, really slow.  And in the more recent comics, he's got... gadgets, or something. But in the original incarnation, he had none of that. In fact, his "superpower?" Was being SLOW. Seriously. The issue was billed as "The Fastest Man on Earth vs. the Slowest Man on Earth." And he won basically by standing in front of walls that the Flash (who could not control his power as of Issue #1) would basically run into.  But her reaction to this was priceless. In additional to (like I said) laughing her ass at how goofy the whole idea was, she was like, "His POWER is being SLOW?! That's not a superpower, that's more like a disability!" We both think the TV version is way cooler. ;)

1 comment:

  1. Love to see the TV version but how would you games that?