"There He is, There He Goes"

Films: The Amazing Transparent Man (1960)

Alias: None

Type: Man-Made

Location: Haunted Home/Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: When making your army of super-powered soldiers, it's probably best to not use the nearest delinquent as your first test subject. Because he's always going to want to get his way, and results of otherwise aren't pretty.

History: Joey Faust was a two-bit burglar in for a big future. The evil former U.S. Army major Paul Krenner has developed a way that could give him access to an army of invisible soldiers to take over the world! With Faust as his first subject, he subjects him to a radiation-fueled experiment, and sends him out to collect materials to further his goals. But Faust isn't quite sure about this, and sees the whole thing as a way for him to get exploited. Worse still, he's terminal due to the experiments.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: Upon learning about his predicament, Faust instantly turns on Krenner, trashes him and his lab...only for a radioactive piece of machinery to fall and have a chain reaction, causing the building with them in it to blow up spectacularly.

Powers/Abilities: Faust can turn invisible to the naked eye.

Weakness: His powers can turn on and off without his input, and the radiation is slowly killing him.

Scariness Factor: 3-Faust is a threat when he's invisible, and he can be rather remorseless when he wants to. However, he is ultimately reluctant to go along with Kenner's mad plans, and ultimately rebels against evil.

Trivia: -This film was shot back-to-back with "Beyond the Time Barrier" for two weeks.

-Both films were shot in Dallas, Texas.

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And even MORE white!

He was bad to begin with.
Surprised he didn't go full-on Jack Griffin here.

And with that, he was shot dead by the cops mid-transformation.

You turned a convict invisible. What did you THINK was gonna happen?!