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| real_name = Piecemeal
| real_name = Piecemeal
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| aliases = None
| identity = Secret
| identity = Secret
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| aliases = None
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| occupation = Designed to be a weapon against any superhuman foe
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| occupation = Designed to be a weapon against any superhuman foe
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| citizenship = Inapplicable
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| place_of_birth = Created in a secret laboratory in the Amazon Jungle
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| place_of_birth = Created in a secret laboratory in the Amazon Jungle
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| groups = None
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| relatives = None
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| citizenship = Inapplicable 
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| groups = None
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| education = Piecemeal learns by absorbing the memories and emotions from his victims, so his intellect will increase based on the number of individuals' minds he absorbs  
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| education = Piecemeal learns by absorbing the memories and emotions from his victims, so his intellect will increase based on the number of individuals' minds he absorbs.
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| relatives = None 
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| height = Unrevealed
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| height = Unrevealed
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| weight = Unrevealed
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| weight = Unrevealed
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| eyes = Red (as Piecemeal); Various (as any other identity he absorbs)
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| eyes = Red (as Piecemeal); Various (as any other identity he absorbs)
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| hair = Gray (as Piecemeal); Various (as any other identity he absorbs)
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| hair = Gray (as Piecemeal); Various (as any other identity he absorbs)  
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| powers = Piecemeal possesses strength, speed, stamina and durability on a [[Glossary:S#superhuman|superhuman]] level. He is an android that is at home both on land and underwater. Piecemeal's body can withstand great pressure and freezing temperatures, and his tail can boost him through the water like a torpedo. He has claws that can shred steel, and his tail can act as an extra appendage to ensnare a foe or to crush something as tough as concrete. Piecemeal can generate powerful bio-electric blasts from his body and expel them through his hands. The most extraordinary ability Piecemeal possesses is the power to absorb the memories and emotions of his prey. This skill also allows him to duplicate his enemy's appearance and superhuman powers.
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| powers = Piecemeal possesses strength, speed, stamina and durability on a [[Glossary:S#superhuman|superhuman]] level. He is an android that is at home both on land and underwater. Piecemeal's body can withstand great pressure and freezing temperatures, and his tail can boost him through the water like a torpedo. He has claws that can shred steel, and his tail can act as an extra appendage to ensnare a foe or to crush something as tough as concrete. Piecemeal can generate powerful bio-electric blasts from his body and expel them through his hands. The most extraordinary ability Piecemeal possesses is the power to absorb the memories and emotions of his prey. This skill also allows him to duplicate his enemy's appearance and superhuman powers.      
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| abilities = Piecemeal is a highly skilled swimmer and fighter, both in and out of water.
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| abilities = Piecemeal is a highly skilled swimmer and fighter, both in and out of water
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| weapons = None
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| weapons = None  
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| paraphernalia = None
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| paraphernalia = None  
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| debut = Incredible Hulk #407 (1993)
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| debut = Incredible Hulk #407 (1993)  
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| origin = Hulk: The Incredible Guide (2003)
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| origin = Hulk: The Incredible Guide (2003)
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| significant_issues = Piecemeal was ambushing unsuspecting tourists in Scotland and draining their minds until the Hulk showed up and fought both Piecemeal and Madman (Incredible Hulk #407-408, 1993)
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| significant_issues = Piecemeal was ambushing unsuspecting tourists in Scotland and draining their minds until the Hulk showed up and fought both Piecemeal and Madman (Incredible Hulk #407-408, 1993)  
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bio_text= Created in a secret laboratory by scientists working for the [[Red Skull (Johann Shmidt)|Red Skull]], Piecemeal was intended to be a weapon the Skull could employ against any [[Glossary:S#superhuman|superhuman]] foe. He was built like [[Frankenstein's Monster (original)|Frankenstein's monster]], with various parts from human and animal corpses. Piecemeal, however, was also fitted with highly advanced weaponry to complete the creature, but before his mind could be programmed, he escaped the lab when the [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)|Hulk]] attacked it. Piecemeal wandered the jungle for a time and eventually ended up in Scotland.  
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bio_text= Created in a secret laboratory by scientists working for the [[Red Skull (Johann Shmidt)|Red Skull]], Piecemeal was intended to be a weapon the Skull could employ against any [[Glossary:S#superhuman|superhuman]] foe. He was built like [[Frankenstein's Monster (original)|Frankenstein's Monster]], with various parts from human and animal corpses. Piecemeal, however, was also fitted with highly advanced weaponry to complete the creature, but before his mind could be programmed, he escaped the lab when the [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)|Hulk]] attacked it. Piecemeal wandered the jungle for a time and eventually ended up in Scotland.
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Piecemeal settled in Loch Ness and terrorized the tourists for a spell until a local innkeeper decided enough was enough. The innkeeper was actually a retired member of the [[Pantheon]] who used to go by the name [[Perseus]] in his prime. He asked the Pantheon for help, and the Hulk responded when he heard a monster was involved. It didn't take long for Hulk to encounter Piecemeal, and when the two first met, it was hate at first sight. Between the Hulk’s strength and Piecemeal’s weaponry the two monsters seemed to be evenly matched, but Piecemeal took the upper hand when he startled the Hulk by taking on his appearance. The Hulk was easily overcome by a blow to the back of the head by the villainous [[Madman (Phillip Sterns)|Madman]].  
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Piecemeal settled in Loch Ness and terrorized the tourists for a spell until a local innkeeper decided enough was enough. The innkeeper was actually a retired member of the [[Pantheon]] who used to go by the name [[Perseus (Scott Shannon)|Perseus]] in his prime. He asked the Pantheon for help, and the Hulk responded when he heard a monster was involved. It didn't take long for Hulk to encounter Piecemeal, and when the two first met, it was hate at first sight. Between the Hulk's strength and Piecemeal's weaponry the two monsters seemed to be evenly matched, but Piecemeal took the upper hand when he startled the Hulk by taking on his appearance. The Hulk was easily overcome by a blow to the back of the head by the villainous [[Madman (Phillip Sterns)|Madman]].
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As Hulk was left to drown in Loch Ness, Piecemeal discovered that Madman was disguised as one of the scientists overseeing his creation. Madman implanted a device to override Piecemeal's programming so he would answer him, and Madman also placed a tracking device inside Piecemeal in order to locate him after his escape from the lab. All Piecemeal wanted to do was live and learn, but his lessons would be cut short once the Hulk freed himself from his deathtrap. Taking on the several different personalities of the Hulk, Piecemeal only served to anger Hulk's current incarnation to the point where Madman had to intervene again. Piecemeals's final undoing was after Madman killed Perseus. Hulk became so enraged that he impaled Piecemeal with Perseus’ spear and threw him back in the water. Piecemeal is believed to be dead, but he still may be lurking beneath the waters of Loch Ness since his body was never found.    
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As Hulk was left to drown in Loch Ness, Piecemeal discovered that Madman was disguised as one of the scientists overseeing his creation. Madman implanted a device to override Piecemeal's programming so he would answer him, and Madman also placed a tracking device inside Piecemeal in order to locate him after his escape from the lab. All Piecemeal wanted to do was live and learn, but his lessons would be cut short once the Hulk freed himself from his deathtrap. Taking on the several different personalities of the Hulk, Piecemeal only served to anger Hulk's current incarnation to the point where Madman had to intervene again. Piecemeals's final undoing was after Madman killed Perseus. Hulk became so enraged that he impaled Piecemeal with Perseus' spear and threw him back in the water. Piecemeal is believed to be dead, but he still may be lurking beneath the waters of Loch Ness since his body was never found.
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Revision as of 09:52, 24 January 2009

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Piecemeal

Aliases
None

Identity
Secret

Citizenship
Inapplicable

Place of Birth
Created in a secret laboratory in the Amazon Jungle

First Appearance
Incredible Hulk #407 (1993)

Origin
Hulk: The Incredible Guide (2003)

Created in a secret laboratory by scientists working for the Red Skull, Piecemeal was intended to be a weapon the Skull could employ against any superhuman foe. He was built like Frankenstein's Monster, with various parts from human and animal corpses. Piecemeal, however, was also fitted with highly advanced weaponry to complete the creature, but before his mind could be programmed, he escaped the lab when the Hulk attacked it. Piecemeal wandered the jungle for a time and eventually ended up in Scotland.

Piecemeal settled in Loch Ness and terrorized the tourists for a spell until a local innkeeper decided enough was enough. The innkeeper was actually a retired member of the Pantheon who used to go by the name Perseus in his prime. He asked the Pantheon for help, and the Hulk responded when he heard a monster was involved. It didn't take long for Hulk to encounter Piecemeal, and when the two first met, it was hate at first sight. Between the Hulk's strength and Piecemeal's weaponry the two monsters seemed to be evenly matched, but Piecemeal took the upper hand when he startled the Hulk by taking on his appearance. The Hulk was easily overcome by a blow to the back of the head by the villainous Madman.

As Hulk was left to drown in Loch Ness, Piecemeal discovered that Madman was disguised as one of the scientists overseeing his creation. Madman implanted a device to override Piecemeal's programming so he would answer him, and Madman also placed a tracking device inside Piecemeal in order to locate him after his escape from the lab. All Piecemeal wanted to do was live and learn, but his lessons would be cut short once the Hulk freed himself from his deathtrap. Taking on the several different personalities of the Hulk, Piecemeal only served to anger Hulk's current incarnation to the point where Madman had to intervene again. Piecemeals's final undoing was after Madman killed Perseus. Hulk became so enraged that he impaled Piecemeal with Perseus' spear and threw him back in the water. Piecemeal is believed to be dead, but he still may be lurking beneath the waters of Loch Ness since his body was never found.


Contributors: Acotilletta2 and Wezqu

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