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The Monster Convict is a minor recurring antagonist in the adult animated tv show Superjail!.
He was voiced by the unaccredited Richard Steven Horvitz, who has also voiced Zim from "Invader Zim", Kaos in the Skylanders franchise, Zhencha in Mulan, Lugosi in Bunnicula, Crayon Boy in Codename: Kids Next Door, and Moxxie in Helluva Boss.
The Monster Convict is first seen when Jackknife is running away from Jailbot and he decides to try and hide in a shack he runs across in a field. In a brief amount of time The Monster Convict manages to cut off Jackknife's face and turn it into a mask, then tie him up on his wall so he could dissect Jackknife later. However, Jailbot arrests The Monster Convict thinking that he was Jackknife due to his face mask and takes him to SuperJail.
Immediately, all of the other prisoners and staff are absolutely terrified of The Monster Convict. When The Monster Convict goes to the cafeteria, everyone does their best to avoid him, except those stuck in the food line. When a lunch lady turns her back on him, he manages to effortlessly kill and mutilate at least eight inmates, and then the lunch lady when she turns back around by impaling her in the head with a soup ladle.
Watching this all unfold on security cameras, The Warden of Super Jail is disgusted and insulted at how much fear and respect The Monster Convict has gotten in only one day of arriving while hardly any prisoner takes him seriously at all. Jared tells the warden how he lived by himself next to a graveyard to eat and turn some of the bodies he stole into furniture such as lamps and a couch. The Warden then decides to send Jared undercover as a prisoner to spy on The Monster Convict.
When Jared is forced to go into the Monster Convict's room however, he doesn't notice him sneaking up on him with a knife. Fortunately for Jared, he slips on a puddle of blood and accidentally stabs himself in the head, apparently dying.
His body is moved to Superjail's freezer, where Alice later tries having sex with his body.
Superjail Grand Prix
The Monster Convict makes a cameo having somehow survived and/or resurrected. He takes part in the race with his own car, with a convict crucified to the front, though he's not seen again in the episode and it can be assumed he didn't win the race.
In His Home
- Three severed heads shown on his bookshelf.
- Six severed heads on the mantle above his fireplace.
- One man and one woman's skin hanging on the ceiling.
- Three severed heads on his workshop.
- Seven severed faces on his trophy display.
In the cafeteria
- Eight inmates.
- One Lunch lady.
- Three men in a coffin.
- One man disemboweled over a pit.
- Ten severed heads in his freezer.
- One man decapitated, partially skinned, and disemboweled.
- One man with his eyes pulled out, face skinned off, and hanging by hooks.
- Twelve faces on his self-made couch.
- One face for his lamp.
- One on his ottoman.
- Four skulls on spikes.
- Two men nailed to walls, disemboweled.
- One man with his face skinned and arms chopped off.
- One man stabbed with several pieces of metal in his back, lower jaw ripped off, and head smashed open.
In His Cell
- Four faces on his wall.
- One man cut in half, shown on newspaper.
- One unknown person killed with an axe, shown on newspaper.
- One decapitated and bisected man.
- Human skull shown on newspaper.
- One man's skin hanging on the ceiling.
- Ten faces made for lampshade.
- One skull on top of the lampshade.
- Another human skull shown on newspaper.
- Skull turned into an ashtray.
- Severed head found in desk.
- Chair made with a human skeleton.
- One man tied to a wall, decapitated and cut vertically in half.
- One last newspaper showing a human skull.
- One face on the floor.
Superjail Grand Prix
On His Racing Car
- One man crucified to his hood.
- Fourteen skulls decorating his car.
- 109 People
- The Monster Convict is a clear reference to real life serial killer Ed Gein, who also made furniture out of human body parts.
- The Monster Convict making masks out of human faces is a reference to another fictional cannibalistic and psychotic serial killer, Leatherface.
- Several newspapers in his home and his cell imply that The Monster Convict has died many times before and yet he still somehow keeps appearing out of nowhere, much like many other fictional serial killers that resurrect after seemingly dying, such as Jason Voorhees and Michael Myers.
- Monster Convict at Superjail! Wiki.