15 Facts About Bi-Beast


Bi-Beast is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

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Bi-Beast is an android with two heads created many years ago by an avian race that were in turn a sub-species of the Inhumans.

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The Bi-Beast captures them both and instructs Banner to fix the now-decaying machines in the city.

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Unknown to all, a cylinder containing a second Bi-Beast is ejected from the city at the moment of the explosion.

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An apprehended Bi-Beast is then freed by his secret ally, the Man-Beast, and together the two battle Thor and Iron Man.

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Duplicate of Bi-Beast later appears as a member of the Shadow Council's Masters of Evil.

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Some time later, Bi-Beast was summoned to Las Vegas through the wishing well of Tyrannus along with a Wendigo, Fin Fang Foom, Umar, and Arm'Cheddon to fight the Hulk.

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Bi-Beast teamed up with the Wendigo to use the well's powers to allow them to grow to about thirty feet tall to fight the Hulk.

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Bi-Beast is a highly advanced android that rivals the Hulk in terms of physical prowess.

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The current Bi-Beast possesses an extensive knowledge of Avian warfare, culture, and science.

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Courtesy to one of the Man-Beast's machines, the Bi-Beast have been instilled with pure hate, while the Man-Beast granted himself even greater willpower.

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Bi-Beast appears in The Incredible Hulk film tie-in game, with the top head voiced by Keith Ferguson and the bottom head voiced by Chris Edgerly.

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Bi-Beast was one of supervillains referenced in The Supervillain Book: The Evil Side of Comics and Hollywood book.

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Bi-Beast was ranked as the tenth greatest Hulk villain by ComicsAlliance.

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The Bi-Beast was ranked as number fifteen most powerful Hulk villains by Comic Book Resources which described him as an "unusual creature" The name of the character and design hasn't gone without scrutiny.

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