“No more Mister Nice Guy”

Films: Bruiser (2000)

Alias: Faceless

Type: Natural...maybe.

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Evil

Summary: We've seen revenge fantasies. They sound good on paper, but the reality is that it can do horrible things to the psyche. Such as give some people leeway to murder. And that's the nice version of saying it.

History: Meet Henry Creedlow. Businessman, doormat, loser. Everyone seems to have it in for him, be it his unfaithful wife or his incredibly sleazy boss. The only solace he has are the occasional murderous fantasy and, ironically, his boss' beleaguered wife. Then after one horrible night, he wakes up with his face replaced by a featureless mask made for him earlier. Also, he's less inclined to take it anymore from the people who constantly wrong him. For according to him, only through revenge can he get his face back...

Notable Kills: Beats his thieving maid to death with a bag of silver stuff, hangs his wife with an extension cord, and blasting his boss with a laser in front of unaware party-goers.

Final Fate: With some help from his boss' now ex-wife, Henry gets away scott-free with his revenge, and gets his face back. However, as shown in his new job, the mask appears every time his vengeance-filled urges rise again...

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor:3.5-Henry's featureless mask is about as unnerving as they come, with uncanny valley vibes up the wazoo. The only thing that makes him slightly less scary is that he only attacks jerks who ruin him, and is otherwise an alright guy. He's still a psychopath, though.

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