"The Sins of Our Fathers"

Film: Return of the Fly (1959)

Alias: None

Type: Mutant

Location: Forest/Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Good

Summary: In almost every child, there is a desire to rise to the parent's standards and possibly beyond them. For poor Phillipe, he felt that the weight of his father Andre's mistakes was going to hurt. But someone had to perfect teleportation technology when he wasn't around.

History: After both of his parents have died, adult Phillipe Delambre cannot stand to see his father's work amount to nothing, so he sets out to finish what he started, all while carrying a healthy hatred of flies for obvious reasons. Unfortunately, his assistant and friend turned out to be an industrial spy intent on taking all the credit. And just when Phillip figured that out, he got shoved into the machine with a fly. Soon, the new man-fly hybrid was born!

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: After murdering the treacherous spy, Phillipe wanders back home, where his actual friends and family escort him to the machine with the original fly still there. The process is done again, and both man and insect are whole again! In the end, Andre would be proud.

Powers/Abilities: Nothing except strength.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 2-In stark contrast with his father, Phillipe looks rather ridiculous. Mainly because his head is as big as a freaking parade balloon compared to the rest of its body. It doesn't help that it bumps against just about everything like the boy is a bull in a china closet.

Trivia: -There was a sequel known as "Curse of the Fly", but there are no fly mutants in that one.

-The only returning actor from the first film was Vincent Price.

Image Gallery

I take it you're having second thoughts about this, Delambre?
Actually, a bit more CHEAP than before.


"Wow! I can taste with my toes!"

If the fly brain is still in there, then it must be jovial at the prospect at more weapons than mere reflexes.
"Wait, what film am I in again?"

Phillip never learned about personal space.

Okay, who handed me the drugs?