|This scum Mole Man is driving Cruella insane!|
IT MUST BE REWRITTEN OR ADDED TO!!
So sayeth the great Lord of Darkness Sauron, or he will send Darth Vader to terminate you.
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|Jafar says: Read my lips and come to grips with the reality!|
|“||I'm short, ugly, and blind, my existence is bereft of pleasure, living holds far more terror for me than dying. Death, like myself, is only a little thing.||„|
|~ To Tyrannus|
|“||Soon... all of mankind shall be sightless... unable to stop the Mole Man from conquering the entire planet!||„|
|~ Mole Man.|
|~ Mole Man|
Mole Man (real name: Harvey Elder) is a villain from Marvel Comics, and an occasional enemy of the Fantastic Four.
Harvey Elder spent years searching the globe for Subterranea, a network of tunnels running beneath the surface of much of the Earth. However, he was caught in an earthquake and almost blinded in the mysterious Valley of Diamonds.
Appearances In Other Media
Fantastic Four (2015)
Harvey Elder has appeared as the secondary antagonist of the Fantastic Four 2015 reboot. However he does not take the mantle of Mole Man, in this film.
He was portrayed by Tim Blake Nelson, the same actor who portrayed what would have been The Leader in The Incredible Hulk, Jonathan Jacobo in Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, and Martin Kirby in Angel Has Fallen.
As a government member, he is responsible for funding the teleportation project that Reed and his team are working on. After seeing the success of the machine, he rejects the small group so that he can operate the project in his own way.
Later, he uses the four teenagers who now hold superpowers for military purposes by promising them an antidote in return so that they can get back to their former lives. Harvey then sends men and Ben, transformed into a stone monster, find Reed who had run away to repair the machine. After which, he sends a team to the other dimension who brings back Victor who has mutated with alien energy. As Harvey questions him, Victor reveals his powers and explodes the agent's head, killing him before running away and returning to the other dimension.
- He was created by the late Stan Lee and the late Jack Kirby.
- Not only was he the first villain of the Fantastic Four, he was the very first villain in the entire Marvel Comics.
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