"School Drool"

Films: Class of Nuke 'Em High (1986), Class of Nuke 'Em High 2: Subhumanoid Meltdown (1991), Class of Nuke 'Em High 3: The Good, the Bad, and the Subhumanoid (1994)

Alias: Various, notably the Cretins, the Birthed Mutant, the Subhumanoids (like Victoria), Tromie the Squirrel

Type: Mutant

Location: Haunted home/Civilized area

Height/Weight: Ranges from that of an average human to that of a skyscraper.

Affiliation: Neutral (Most of the mutants), Evil (the Cretins)

Summary: If you thought that your high school was a chaotic mess of misfired education and teens running rampant, you haven't seen anything yet. Be thankful that your school didn't get built right next to a shoddy nuclear plant...we think.

History: Tromaville is never not full of surprises. So it only seemed natural that having the local high school built next to a power plant "managed" by the Nukamamma Corporation would result in something...messy. Most of the students became nuclear-powered thugs, some developed unnatural growths, and mutated monstrosities were popping up left and right.

Notable Kills: The first mutant manages to smash its fist through a Cretin's face.

Final Fate: The Cretins are taken out by a nasty mutant that gets hit with a laser beam (temporarily taking the school out with it), Tromie is fooled into eating an explosive fake acorn, and the rest of the mutations either live or die by the new direction the academia of Tromaville is taking, which based on what we can see, is for the better.

Powers/Abilities: None

Weakness: Anything conventional, though Tromie is obsessed with acorns.

Scariness Factor: 4-Most of the mutations are just regular punks or slightly comedic terrors (Tromie in particular might be the raunchiest giant monster ever). But the true terror is the first real mutant, which looks like a spiky, wailing, tentacled living corpse hungry for the blood of others. It might be one of Troma's most unsettling creations ever.

Trivia: -Much like with "The Toxic Avenger", Lloyd Kauffman has claimed to want a remake of the first film. Don't bother, we say.

-The first mutant is never seen fully because they never actually completed its full form's costume. Still, at least the completed bits got maximum effort.

Image Gallery

I always though the school system was going to go to slag one day.

Once again, the third movie literally brings VERY LITTLE to the table.

I'm less disturbed about the horribly mutated squirrel and more about the extra mouth! How does that even work?

Aaaaaand you've killed us all.

Congrats! It's a boy abomination!