Fandom

Marvel Database

Franklin Dukes (Earth-1610)

172,064pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Talk5 Share

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.



Little is known about the early life of the Blob, save that his name is Frank and he once worked at a carnival. Many years ago, the Blob had an affair with one of the carnival's patrons - an affair that produced a female child. The mother of the child wanted nothing to do with the Blob, so she moved to Forest Hills, Queens and raised her daughter Liz Allan in anonymity. The Blob made an effort to visit Miss Allan and his daughter, but Liz grew up believing that the strange man who occasionally came to the house was her "Uncle Frank".

Some time later, the Blob encountered Erik Lehnsherr who invited him to become part of his mutant community in the Savage Land. The Blob wanted Erik to bring his daughter to the Savage Land, but Lehnsherr was bothered by the fact that the Blob produced a mutant child with a human. [1] After Lehnsherr abandoned his human name in favor of the mutant name Magneto, he invited the Blob to become a member of his Brotherhood of Mutant Supremacy. He was instrumental in an ambitious plot wrought by the Brotherhood, which involved the kidnapping of the daughter of the President of the United States.[2] He appeared alongside Multiple Man, Mastermind, and Toad when they gate-crashed the Academy of Tomorrow's Homecoming dance.

Ultimatum Vol 1 2 page 24 Janet Van Dyne Blob (Franklin) (Earth-1610)

Eating Wasp

Ultimatum

Yellowjacket and Hawkeye stumbled upon Blob eating the remains of Wasp. He even commented that she tastes like chicken. In response, Yellowjacket bit his head off.[3]

Powers

Gravitikinesis: The Blob can generate a field of gravity around his physical person, which makes him virtually immovable. The limits of this ability are unknown, but a significant amount of pressure has proven to actually knock the Blob off his feet.




Discover and Discuss

Footnotes

  1. Ultimate Spider-Man #120
  2. Ultimate X-Men: The Tomorrow People
  3. Ultimatum #2



Like this? Let us know!

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki