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Morbius
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Theme:

Super Heroes

Years:

2015

Morbius is a character that appears in LEGO Spider-Man: The Videogame.

Background

Dr. Michael Morbius was a brilliant scientist born in Greece. He became a Nobel Prize winning biochemist, but suffered from a debilitating blood disease. He developed an experimental treatment involving vampire bats and electroshocks, but its side effects turned him into a sort of pseudo-vampire who needed to consume blood in order to survive. He also gained an aversion to sunlight as well as abilities similar to a vampire such flight, enhanced strength, speed, and a healing factor. His overall appearance changed as well, as he gained fangs, his nose flattened to appear more like a bat's, and his skin became extremely pale. He was also able to spread his disease turning anyone he bites into a living vampires. When he first experienced the change, he killed the assistand who had helped him develop the treatment.

Morbius travelled to the United States by ship, but in his bloodthirst, he slaughtered the crew. He tried to kill himself but failed and took a room at a beach house, where he encountered Spider-Man who was at the time was trying to reverse the process that had given him six arms. Morbius attacked Spider-Man, but their battle was interrupted by Dr. Connors who transformed into the Lizard.

Morbius escaped, but not before biting Connors which partially returned him to normal. Spider-Man and Connors realized that Morbius' blood could be a cure for both of them and decided to help each other. They tracked him down and after another battle extracted some of his blood, causing Connors to remain in his humman state and Spider-Man to lose his additional arms.

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