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*The Underminer is strongly based on the ''Fantastic 4'' villain known as the [[Mole Man]]. They both live underground, have an outright hatred of humanity, and they both have a physical resemblance of a mole, especially the Underminer's nose.
 
*The Underminer is strongly based on the ''Fantastic 4'' villain known as the [[Mole Man]]. They both live underground, have an outright hatred of humanity, and they both have a physical resemblance of a mole, especially the Underminer's nose.
 
*He and [[Bomb Voyage]] are the only villains in the series to succeed in their plan.
 
*He and [[Bomb Voyage]] are the only villains in the series to succeed in their plan.
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*It is possible he is inspired by Gatean Moliere, an villian turned hero in the Disney film ''Atlantis.'' Both like to burrow, use old equipment, are squat and sort of look like moles.
   
 
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Behold, the Underminer! I am always beneath you but nothing is beneath me! I hearby declare war on peace and happiness! Soon all will tremble before me!
~ The Underminer's speech.

The Underminer is a recurring antagonist in the Incredibles franchise, serving as the final antagonist at the very end of the first film, and as the secondary villain of the second. He appears with greater roles in the spin-off video game The Incredibles: Rise of the Underminer and the later Incredibles comics by Boom! Studios.

He is voiced by Pixar's John Ratzenberger, who has played a character in every Pixar film, such as Hamm in the Toy Story films and his villain counterpart the evil Dr. Porkchop, P.T. Flea in A Bug's Life, and Earl in The Good Dinosaur.

History

The Incredibles

Three months following the defeat of Syndrome and the Omnidroids, the Underminer appears at the end of the film, where he announces his "War on peace and happiness!" The Parr family then put on their masks, ready for battle.

Incredibles 2

Immediately after the events of the first film, the Underminer's drill begins tunneling downwards, with Mr. Incredible struggling to break into it. At a certain depth, the Underminer detonates several bombs, which causes the Metroville Municipal Bank to fall down below. As the Underminer loots the safe, he is confronted by Mr. Incredible, who he engages in combat. He commands his drill to dig upwards, forcing Mr. Incredible to abandon pursuing him and allowing him to slip away. The Incredibles successfully prevent the drill from destroying the city, but at the cost of thwarting the Underminer and their chance for legality.

Videogame

Following where the first film left off, the Underminer orders killer robots to rage war on Metroville, and Elastigirl and the kids fight off the surface invasion while Mr. Incredible and Frozone follow the Underminer into the depths of his underground city.

The Underminer's plans are then revealed: to activate a machine called the Magnomizer, which would pollute the Earth above. The two super-heroes manage to destroy the machine and the Underminer, ending his war and minions before it began. This is an alternative timeline as he returns in Incredibles 2.

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Trivia

  • The Underminer is strongly based on the Fantastic 4 villain known as the Mole Man. They both live underground, have an outright hatred of humanity, and they both have a physical resemblance of a mole, especially the Underminer's nose.
  • He and Bomb Voyage are the only villains in the series to succeed in their plan.
  • It is possible he is inspired by Gatean Moliere, an villian turned hero in the Disney film Atlantis. Both like to burrow, use old equipment, are squat and sort of look like moles.

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