Puppet Master (Marvel)

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With the cosmically empowered-clay, Masters crafted a puppet of the Hulk and took control of him where he had sent him against the Thing to get the revenge he wanted against Ben Grimm for marrying his daughter. Despite being stronger, the Thing was able to knock out the Hulk with the last of his strength. This freed the Hulk from the Puppet Masters control whereupon the Emerald Giant sought revenge against Masters by smashing his way into the Raft and breaking various bones in the villains body. (Fantastic Four v6 #13)
  
 
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The Puppet Master is a male comic supervillain who features in Marvel Comics.

Contents

Biography

Phillip Masters

With the cosmically empowered-clay, Masters crafted a puppet of the Hulk and took control of him where he had sent him against the Thing to get the revenge he wanted against Ben Grimm for marrying his daughter. Despite being stronger, the Thing was able to knock out the Hulk with the last of his strength. This freed the Hulk from the Puppet Masters control whereupon the Emerald Giant sought revenge against Masters by smashing his way into the Raft and breaking various bones in the villains body. (Fantastic Four v6 #13)

Overview

Personality and attributes

Powers and abilities

Notes

  • The Puppet Master was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby where he made his first appearance in Fantastic Four v1 #8 (November, 1962).

In other media

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Films

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Appearances

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External Links

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