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Canon: Metallo (John Corben)


Preferred User Nickname: Metallo

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Villain Name: Metallo (MetalloRP In-Game)
Real Name: John Wayne Corben
Gender: Male
Height: 6'9
Weight: 200 lbs
Physical Description: Caucasian with brown hair, and photo cellular eyes. Underneath his skin is a metal alloy with a Kryptonite Heart

Weapon of Choice: Metal Body
Powers: Cybernetic Enhancements, Kryptonite Heart, Ability to morph his body into any weapon, Super Strength, Military Training, energy blasts
Movement Type: Arcobats

History
John Corben was a small-time con man who was fatally injured in a car crash, but to his luck, Professor Emmet Vale happened to pass by. Professor Vale was a pioneer in robotics and erroneously believed that Superman was the first in a wave of superpowered Kryptonian invaders after recovering Superman's ship and mistranslating Jor-El's message to his son. Vale transplanted Corben's brain into a robotic alloy body, which was powered by a two-pound chunk of kryptonite, and instructed him to kill Superman. Metallo, now Corben's new moniker, thanked Vale by snapping his neck and killing him.

Despite ignoring Vale's commands, Metallo came into conflict with Superman on various occasions, largely due to his continued activities as a petty thug. Metallo later lost his kryptonite heart to Lex Luthor, though back-up life support systems allowed Metallo to reactivate himself and escape. He remained a thorn in Superman's side and was powerful enough to cripple the Doom Patrol. Still, the Indian-born hero who called herself Celsius did blow him apart with her thermal powers. Metallo later received a major upgrade via an unholy bargain with the demon Neron. As a result, Metallo was able to morph his body into any mechanical shape he could imagine (turning his hands into guns or "growing" a jet-pack from his back) and project his consciousness into any technological or metallic device. He could also grow to monstrous size. During one battle, his gigantic fists were separated and later turned into housing by other superheroes. In another incident, Metallo was rendered more insane by the Joker and used his height to destroy an elevated train of commuters.

As Superman and others learned on various occasions, the most effective way to neutralize Metallo was to remove his (largely invulnerable) head and isolate it from other metallic items.


(Note, when I made this character, people asked me not to act like the Metallo in-game since that one is a moron, so I'll be doing Metallo in my own way)

Last edited by The Beaminator, Jun/1/2016, 9:21 am


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Re: Canon: Metallo (John Corben)


Please tell me you are going to RP in our universe with him. I would love to face off with him. emoticon

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Re: Canon: Metallo (John Corben)


Metallo wouldn't make much sense on Earth 333, so obviously he's in your RP.

Also, I meant it as a surprise, but I'm like "Screw it, i'mma post it so no one steals him"

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Re: Canon: Metallo (John Corben)


Guess who's coming baaaaaaaaack?

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