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Martin Lomax is the main protagonist of the 2011 film The Human Centipede II: Full Sequence.
Martin was physically and sexually abused by his Father who ended up in prison, which caused his Mother to hate him. Martin is overweight with problems and works in a car parking lot. In the film, is a man who is obsessed with the 2010 film The Human Centipede: First Sequence, and attempts to create his own human centipede similar to Dr. Heiter's creation, the more evil villain from the first film. He begins kidnapping people to make a centipede consisting of twelve people (unlike Heiter's, which only had three people joined together anus to mouth).
Martin goes around kidnapping people by shooting them and knocking them unconscious, before binding and gagging them and taking them to a warehouse he stole by killing its leaser. After his mother discovered his book on the Human Centipede, she destroyed it and Martin killed her in anger. He then packed some kitchen appliances such as duct tape, hammers and knives (unlike Dr. Heiter's medical equipment) to make his centipede. Martin even managed to kidnap Ashlynn Yennie, one of the actresses from the first film, to include her in the centipede by fooling her into thinking she was auditioning for a Quentin Tarantino film.
Martin has no medical skills, and ends up using a staple gun and duct tape to join up his victims and knocks out their teeth with a hammer. One victim bleeds out when Martin attempts to rip his buttocks open, and he later believes a pregnant woman is dead when hitting her with a crowbar.
He manages to finish his centipede, which only contains ten people. He attempts to feed Miss Yennie beans, but she refuses and he forces a tube down her throat to make her swallow it and rips her tongue out when she screams. He then injects each victim in the centipede with a laxative, causing explosive diarrhea in each other's mouths (with the end victim uncontrollably squirting feces on the warehouse wall). Following this, Martin rapes her. The pregnant woman then comes around and manages to escape, giving birth in a car and accidentally killing the baby by crushing its head beneath the accelerator. Martin proceeds to shoot and stab the other people to kill them as they try to escape. Yennie sticks a tube up Martin's rectum when attacking him and drops his pet centipede down it. Angered, Martin fatally stabs her in the head before leaving the warehouse and his dead creation.
At the end of the film, Martin is seen back in the car parking lot watching the first film, and it's unknown if the events that took place were real or just a dream.
- Jake (Disembowled)
- Mrs. Lomax (Skull smashed with Crowbar)
- Dr. Sebring ( Shot in the head)
- Alan (Bled to death)
- Dick (Shot in the head)
- Greg (Shot in the head)
- Tim (Shot in the head)
- Valerie (Shot in the head)
- Kim (Shot in the head)
- Ian (Shot in the head)
- Paul (Throat slit)
- Karrie (Throat slit)
- Candy (Throat slit)
- Ashlynn Yennie (Stabbed in eye socket)
- Martin made his first "appearance" in a trailer in 2010 when Tom Six walked around a car park narrating his thoughts. He states he went everywhere to find the sickest bastard, before introducing the audience to Martin, who has a box over his head. Note that this trailer takes place in a car parking lot, and Martin holds his signature crowbar that he uses to kidnap his victims.
- Martin has no dialogue in the film, except making noises such as snarls, laughs, and mumbles.
- He is based on the real-life Nazi officer and physician, known for his disgusting deadly human experiments, known as Josef Mengele.
- Though he was inspired by Josef Heiter, he is a more sympathetic character than he is.
- Laurence R. Harvey appears in the third installment The Human Centipede 3: Final Sequence as a new character called Dwight Butler. In this film, both Human Centipede movies are fictional, thus making Martin a work of fiction in that universe. As such, Martin makes a cameo at the beginning of the third film, when Bill Boss and Dwight Butler are watching The Human Centipede II: Full Sequence.
- Director and writer Tom Six deliberately made Martin a complete contrast to Dr. Heiter from the first film. Examples follow:
- Dr. Heiter is a highly intelligent and skilled surgeon, whereas Martin was below average intelligence and worked a job on night security.
- Dr. Heiter is tall and thin, whereas Martin is short and obese.
- Dr. Heiter was a highly respected figure, whereas Martin is looked down upon by those around him and is often the victim of abuse and ridicule.
- Due to Dr. Heiter's profession he is able to make the "perfect" human centipede when carrying out the process. Due to Martin's lack of knowledge in this field, he instead relies on household appliances such as tools and duct tape to poorly put together his own centipede, which leads to it only lasted a short amount of time.
The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence)