"After This Film, I Can Barely Carrion"

Films: The Vulture (1966)

Alias: Hans Koniglich

Type: Mutant

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: Slightly larger than an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: You see this thing for less than a minute throughout the movie. An hour and a half long slog-fest, and your reward is THIS shoddy-looking thing. Even real vultures wouldn't eat this sack of rotting flesh they dare call a film.

History: Long ago, seaman Francis Real and his pet vulture were buried together after the former was accused of witchcraft. In the modern day, nuclear scientist Pros. Hans Koniglich tries out a zany scheme involving him disintegrating and reintegrating in the tomb via nuclear power. Cue him accidentally fusing with the dead bird, and becoming a man-vulture. After literally bursting from the grave, the hunt is on.

Notable Kills: This guy grabs his prey by holstering them up by the shoulders with his talons and carrying them away. It looks just as ridiculous as it sounds.

Final Fate: Eventually, someone confronts the Vulture atop his nest, and shoots him, causing him to fall to the ground many feet below.

Powers/Abilities: Can carry things many times his weight.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 2-While no one wants to be picked up by a killer man-bird, they'd sooner laugh at this thing before getting eaten. It's just a Danny DeVito-looking guy's head awkwardly placed onto a bad-looking vulture costume. Even on Halloween, this guy would be laughed out.

Trivia: -The largest vulture known is the Cinereous Vulture, which has a wingspan of about 3 meters, and is also known as the Monk Vulture.

-The Vulture was played by Akim Tamiroff, who was known for winning the first Golden Globe award for Best Supporting Actor.

Image Gallery

He's too embaressed to show his upper half.
Pretty cheery for a sight like this.