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  • Kablamus
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  • His costume consists of a blue leotard, orange pants, black gloves, boots, and a belt with grenades. When he inflates, he sounds exactly like a balloon inflating. He has a special pouch in his costume where he puts different grenades that explode with him. Every time he inflates, he's getting bigger and bigger, so when he used the Plutonium primer, he could inflate himself to the size of a skyscraper. Kablamus also can use his power to inflate only parts of his body, like his feet, in order to jump very high, and also could keep himself inflated for a while in order to floating up in the skies.
  • Alias No information Origin No information Occupation No information Powers/Skills No information Hobby No information Goals No information Type of Villain No information Kablamus is a mutant villain from "The Mask The Animated Series", first appeared in the episode "Double Reverse" as an obsessed balloon seller prior of his accidental mutation. After falling into chemicals, he gained the special ability to inflate his body like a balloon, explode without dying, and even return back to his normal size. The mutation gives him an indestructible, and also pale, skin.
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type of villain
  • Mutant
Birthplace
Job
  • Villain
Goals
  • Dominate the world
Portrayer
Origin
  • The Mask - Double Reverse Episode 8
Skills
  • Inflate his body with air and explotes without dying, also could inflate his body parts or fulfill his body with air in order to float in the skies
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Name
  • Kablamus
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Alias
  • Kablamus, The Exploding Man, The Unpoppable.
Hobby
  • Destroy everything to show to everyone his superpower
Occupation
  • Inventor, balloon seller
Fullname
  • Joe Blow
Gender
  • Male
Size
  • 300
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  • His costume consists of a blue leotard, orange pants, black gloves, boots, and a belt with grenades. When he inflates, he sounds exactly like a balloon inflating. He has a special pouch in his costume where he puts different grenades that explode with him. Every time he inflates, he's getting bigger and bigger, so when he used the Plutonium primer, he could inflate himself to the size of a skyscraper. Kablamus also can use his power to inflate only parts of his body, like his feet, in order to jump very high, and also could keep himself inflated for a while in order to floating up in the skies. Stanley as The Mask had a hard time in his first encounter with him due to following a reverse psychology written by Dr. Neuman disrupting his powers. Also, Kablamus was successful at reading Dr. Neuman's book and even invaded his office. Trying to get vengeance on all the kids who never bought his balloons, he planned to blow the entire Edge City with a Plutonium Primer grenade, inflating himself so bigger as a skyscraper. The Mask managed to defeat him by replacing his Plutonium Primer grenade with a Popcorn Primer grenade. He, then inflates, giving the Mask the opportunity to install a valve, which deflates him. Kablamus returned, angry at the city for not making him Grand Marshall. He makes deadly balloons and hypnotizes the Mask to help him, but the effects wore off and the Mask ignited him and his deadly balloons resulting in him exploding never to be seen again. Despite this he makes a cameo appearance in the episode "Broadway Malady" auditioning for a musical with villain Sir Andrew Bedwetter and then joins him in prison.
  • Alias No information Origin No information Occupation No information Powers/Skills No information Hobby No information Goals No information Type of Villain No information Kablamus is a mutant villain from "The Mask The Animated Series", first appeared in the episode "Double Reverse" as an obsessed balloon seller prior of his accidental mutation. After falling into chemicals, he gained the special ability to inflate his body like a balloon, explode without dying, and even return back to his normal size. The mutation gives him an indestructible, and also pale, skin. He only wants revenge over the kids who didn't buy his balloons, and destroy the entire city with a plutonium primer explosion to show everyone that popping is what makes balloons so great.