Tuesday, July 1, 2014

The Venomee vs. The Parasite

The Purple People
Debut: 1964
Nemesis: Martian Manhunter
Other Major Foes: Zook
Appearances: One comic story
Powers: Flight, eyebeams, meta-tracking, tactile animal transmogrification, and energy constructs.

Mythological trio that terrorized Egypt with destruction and the turning of humans into animals as they pursued ingredients for a potion that would allow them to safely become human. Their own power turned back on them, the Venomee became human prematurely, and vanished.

Vile Menagerie Stats
Win: The Evil Mystic Brushes (3-2*), The Giant-Maker (3-0*)
Lose: The Chulko (1-2*), Iwangis (1-5*)
Draw: The Chulko (2-2), The Evil Mystic Brushes (2-2)


Raymond Maxwell Jensen
Debut: 1966
Nemesis: Superman
Other Major Foes: Superman Family, Firestorm, Starman
Appearances: 250+ comics, live action TV, toys, numerous animated series & video games.
Powers: Absorbs super powers, memories and life force with a touch. Can absorb and redirect energy. Sometimes shapeshifter.

Bio: Plant worker looking to steal payroll from a secured area instead exposed himself to alien energies that made him unable to prevent himself from absorbing life/energies from anyone he touched.

Vile Menagerie Stats:
Win: 0
Lose: 0
Draw: 0

Idol Speculation:
This one is tricky. The Venomee have flight, and could blast Parasite from a distance, but he would likely absorb the energy, unless it's magical in nature. If the Purple People touch the Parasite, he may become an animal, but he may also absorb the ability to change back from the Venomee. Then again, if he has their power and has shape-shifted, he might just disappear from the same cursed force that afflicted the Venomee. Also, there are three Venomee, so whatever happens with Parasite against one of them, the others have the potential to counteract. Should be interesting...

1 comment:

Diabolu Frank said...

Power to the Purple!

The Venomee 20.00% (1)
The Parasite 80.00% (4)
Total 5 votes