EraserHead

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EraserHead is a deleting horror of the Looniverse created by Jeff Barnes[1].
Alter Ego: None
Aliases: None
Primary Writer: Jeff Barnes
Status: Potential member of the Brotherhood of Net.Villains
Usability: Not Reserved

History

EraserHead is a bizarre elemental creature of Deletion which Mister Homage encountered when he was trapped between dimensions. It followed him home and did whatever he told it to.

During the Crimes of the Brotherhood crossover, it went on a rampage in Net.ropolis and was only barely stopped by Lagneto.

When Mister Homage formed the East Coast Brotherhood of Net.Villains, he brought EraserHead along. But after Anti-Christ Lad possessed Homage, EraserHead stopped obeying. It was chained up in the former Orange Julius in the Brotherhood's abandoned shopping mall headquarters, with a member of the Brotherhood watching over it at all times...

In Hungry, Hungry Sabertooths!...

Personality

Destroys everything in its path.

Powers and Abilities

Destroys everything in its path.

Appearance

As a Deletion elemental, literally indescribable.

Appearances [1]

Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 During the original pre-Cosmic Plot Device Caper rec.arts.comics thread, Max Headshop identified himself as the "Flying Eraserhead", the first use of this name, and appeared on the earliest roster. However, the powers and concept are different, and there's no evidence that the later EraserHead was based on this.
  2. After Drizzt introduced a new version of the Brotherhood of Net.Villains in The Flame Wars, the next character roster included a full membership for the team, including several characters who'd never appeared on-panel, one of which was EraserHead.
  3. Inbetween the posting of the new roster and Insanity Unlimited #1, issues 12-13 of The Adventures of Easily-Discovered Man featured Easily-Discovered Man Lite and Substitute Lad getting into a bar fight with a miscellaneous group of villains which included an EraserHead. However, this one was recognizably human and could talk, in contradiction with the roster's description, so we're not counting it as an appearance of this EraserHead. Maybe it was the Flying Eraserhead? Or perhaps it was just one of the X-Over Men.