Wikia

DC Universe Online Wiki

Metallo

Talk0
9,092pages on
this wiki
Metallo (John Corben)
Metallo

Title Metallo
Faction Villains
Gender Male
Race Robot
Location Metropolis

Abilities


Power Atomic / Rage
Origin Meta
Movement Acrobatics
Weapon Brawling/Rifle

BackgroundEdit

Small-time conman John Corben was nearly crushed in a car accident, but robotic specialist Emmett Vale rescued Corben, transplanting his still-functioning brain into a robotic body powered by kryptonite. After Corben's operation, Vale told Corben he had to destroy Superman; fearing an invasion from Krypton. Corben instead snapped Vale's neck and embarked on a career as a rampaging, homicidal nightmare who desired nothing less than the death of Superman.

Alternate FutureEdit

In the alternate timeline where the conflict between heroes and villains has escalated to war, Wonder Woman confronted Metallo in combat, beheading him before being assailed by Deathstroke.

Combat StatisticsEdit

InvolvementEdit

  • Metallo is an iconic villain who appears at various locations in Metropolis as part of the More Than You Can Chew and Fanboy feats. If a hero encounters him he will knock them back and then leave, if a villain encounters him he will make a comment and then disappear.
  • Metallo appears randomly in the Safe House PvE and PvP arenas to support the Villains in various raids against the heroes or to protect the Nightclubs.

HeroesEdit

VillainsEdit

DropsEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Metallo first appeared in Action Comics #252 (May 1959)
  • Metallo's voice is provided by voice actor Ryan Wickerham.
  • Metallo appeared in the opening cinematic in favor of Solomon Grundy, due to the belief the ESRB (Entertainment Software Rating Board) would have taken strongly to Grundy's decapitation

GalleryEdit

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki