“Steel the moment”

Films: Project: Metalbeast (1995)

Alias: Donald Bulter

Type: Mystical/Man-Made

Location: Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: It sounds like the kind of thing your five year-old self would conceptualize. A werewolf, except he's a cyborg and he acts like Wolverine sometimes. But there are those who see potential in those ideas, and props to them, too.

History: Donald Butler is a special ops soldier who has just bagged himself a werewolf. Now, the beast's blood is being used for experimentation. Donald then proceeded to test it on himself, only to become a werewolf himself and get killed by having several silver bullets lodged in his heart. Twenty years later, his body is found and used as a means for testing new synthetic metal skin. The moment the bullets are removed, he revives and eventually becomes the perfect fusion of beast, man, and steel...the Metalbeast...

Notable Kills: Nothing special

Final Fate: After killing the man responsible for his resurrection, the Metalbeast gets blown up by a rocket launcher. One pulsating piece of him remains, however...

Powers/Abilities: Insane durability, retractable claws, and possibly perfect regenerative powers.

Weakness: Heavy artillery.

Scariness Factor: 4.5-The Metalbeast is perhaps one of the more terrifying werewolves out there. It is near-invincible, it looks like something that crawled out of H.R. Giger's Halloween parties, and is disturbingly real-looking. Its conception is the equivalent of attaching a chainsaw to a great white.

Trivia: -The Metalbeast was played by Kane Hodder, who was known for playing as Jason Voorhees four times.

-Another subtitle for this film was "DNA Overload".

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In other words, be careful what you wish for.

H.R Giger, is that you?
Glass isn't soft, you moron!

My only question is, what was he doing before the incident?

Operation: The Lupine Edition!

Wonder if he really just literally sees red everytime he stares.