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Calvin created no origin for Stupendous Man.
 
Calvin created no origin for Stupendous Man.
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
Calvin began taking the identity of Stupendous Man when he became upset with his babysitter for sending him to bed.  He began wearing a homade costume, referring to his babysitter Rosalyn as "Babysitter Girl" and worked to cause trouble for her.  He would later use the identity to attempt get out of a troublesome situation at school, only to get into even more trouble with his teacher, who he dubs "Crab Teacher".  The Stupendous Man identity would often be used to right perceived wrongs against Calvin, usually resulting in Calvin getting in even more trouble.  In his final appearance, Calvin donned the costume once after bemoaning the lack of real heroes in the world and decided that the "hero business is up to me."
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Calvin began taking the identity of Stupendous Man when he became upset with his babysitter for sending him to bed.  He began wearing a homade costume, referring to his babysitter Rosalyn as "Babysitter Girl" and worked to cause trouble for her.  He would later use the identity to attempt get out of a troublesome situation at school, only to get into even more trouble with his teacher, who he dubs "Crab Teacher".  The Stupendous Man identity would often be used to right perceived wrongs against Calvin, usually resulting in Calvin getting in even more trouble.  In Stupendous Man's final appearance, Calvin donned the costume once after bemoaning the lack of real heroes in the world and decided that the "hero business is up to me."
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==Personality==
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The personality that Calvin created for Stupendous Man is supposed to be a supporter of justice, but it is very apparent that all of "Stupendous Man's" virtuous action's are really petty acts of revenge and rebellion on Calvin's part.
 
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Revision as of 21:36, 8 January 2016

Stupendous Man

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Real Name
Calvin (last name unknown)
First Appearance
Calvin and Hobbes, October 30, 1987
Creator
Bill Watterson
Team Affliation
None
Aliases
Crimson Bolt, Mysterious Masked Man, Champion of Liberty, Defender of Free Will, Defender of Freedom, Advocate of Liberty, Friend of Freedom, Opponent of Oppression, Lover of Liberty, The Amazing Marvel, Foe of Tyranny, The Masked Man of Mega-Might, The Whirlwind Wonder, Champion of Liberty and Justice
Base of Operations
Calvin's House
Powers
Whatever Calvin Imagines
Skills and Abilities
Crime Fighting Experience
Tools and Weapons
None

Stupendous Man is the imaginary superhero alter-ego of Calvin in the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes.

Origin

Calvin created no origin for Stupendous Man.

Biography

Calvin began taking the identity of Stupendous Man when he became upset with his babysitter for sending him to bed.  He began wearing a homade costume, referring to his babysitter Rosalyn as "Babysitter Girl" and worked to cause trouble for her.  He would later use the identity to attempt get out of a troublesome situation at school, only to get into even more trouble with his teacher, who he dubs "Crab Teacher".  The Stupendous Man identity would often be used to right perceived wrongs against Calvin, usually resulting in Calvin getting in even more trouble.  In Stupendous Man's final appearance, Calvin donned the costume once after bemoaning the lack of real heroes in the world and decided that the "hero business is up to me."

Personality

The personality that Calvin created for Stupendous Man is supposed to be a supporter of justice, but it is very apparent that all of "Stupendous Man's" virtuous action's are really petty acts of revenge and rebellion on Calvin's part.

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