Film: Teenagers from Outer Space (1959)
Height/Weight: Big as a telephone pole.
Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on evil
Summary: LOBSTERS AS CATTLE?! Why hasn't anyone thought about this?! Seafood lovers would rejoice at the thought. Then again, these monster crawfish were like any enraged bull. Mainly, they won't go down without a (very limp and unconvincing) fight.
History: The Gargons are a breed of giant crawfish-like creatures kept as a major food source by a humanoid alien race. Eventually, this "Supreme Race" decided that the Gargons needed a little more claw-room, so they travelled to Earth to turn it into a giant seafood farm. However, one alien named Derek (yes, Derek) thought that the beasts would drive the native humans to extinction, and rejected the mission while his partner, Thor, went with it. It didn't take long for the baby test Gargon they brought to grow considerably.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After getting his ray gun powered up by some electrical wires, Derek is able to take down the Gargon. He then leads the rest of the Supreme Race into a clifface, preventing the possibility of a true Gargon threat.
Powers/Abilities: None to speak of.
Weakness: That ray gun seemed effective. Electricity, perhaps?
Scariness Factor: 1-Just...it, it sucks! It's literally a dead crawfish being dangled around while letting out a roar that sounds like an elephant on helium! Then again, about who made this dreck...
Trivia: -Dear Lord, where to even begin with the man who directed/produced/wrote/starred in/composed for/edited this movie, Tom Graeff? It's a long and painful story, but we'll leave it at how one of his last actions before suicide was proclaiming that he was the second coming of Jesus Christ. Yeah.
-The American Lobster is not only the largest crustacean, but the heaviest arthropod in the world. And they are quite tasty.