He manipulates electricity at will. D&D Beyond Dr. Light is a recurring enemy of the Justice League and the Teen Titans. This time around, they are led by Psimon, and the only three other members of the roster are Mammoth, Shimmer, and Jinx.[3]. In the final issue of the miniseries, Neutron is used by Lex Luthor as a power source for a teleportation device, and is seemingly killed when it self-destructs. First appearance The Fearsome Five is a group of 5 enemies and the overall main antagonists from the television series Darkwing Duck. comic books, Psimon and Dr. Light are the founding members of the Fearsome Five similar to the comics. Sivana sarcastically suggested after killing Gizmo that the team rename themselves to the Fearsome Four. When Sivana refused, Psimon asserted that they would take it anyway, and in response, Sivana killed Gizmo with a laser blast to the head, and severed relations with the remaining four, warning them that he would kill them if they ever crossed his path again. Jinx went to the meeting and formed the Fearsome Five with them, but she was actually faking it. They look for three more members, with Gizmo and Mammoth soon joining. Comic Vine users. He is a human atomic bomb, able to hit with a punch that can rock even Superman. The Fearsome Five, later renamed the Fearsome Four upon Negaduck's disappearance, was most likely inspired by the Legion of Doom, and the Sinister Six of Marvel comics. The Fearsome 5 also appear during the ending parade where each of them eat parts of Huff N. Puff and Gourmet Guy's silverware. The team appears in the 2017 DuckTales series. Five, but are embarrassed when Kid Flashpoints out there are actually six of them. Doctor Light would form the team due to constant losses to the Titans. As their name would imply, the Fearsome 5 are made up of five Yoshi Kids, each one a different color. Five. Gizmo is DC supervillain and member of Fearsome Five and HIVE Academy. Yellow. [1] Dr. Light & Psimon have been the leaders of the Fearsome Five. St. Canard Psimon is a psychic enemy of the Teen Titans. Jinx, Mammoth, and Gizmo appear as H.I.V.E. The Fearsome 5 (as they call themselves) are a group of young Yoshis who live on Lavalava Island. Inspired (most likely) by the Legion of Doom, the Fearsome Five of DC comics, and the Sinister Six of Marvel comics, the Fearsome Five were a group of Darkwing Duck's enemies who united to defeat him.. Members of the Fearsome Five. DC Database is a FANDOM Movies Community. They are by extension also members of HIVE and Third Circle Operatives of the Light. in the animated Teen Titans TV series. In this new timeline, the "Forever Evil" storyline introduces the Fearsome Five (consisting of Gizmo, Jinx, Mammoth, Psimon, and Shimmer) when they are recruited by the Crime Syndicate of America to join the Secret Society of Super Villains.[5]. In Justice League vol.2 #29, The Fearsome Five were sent among Doctor Psycho and Hector Hammond to fight against Cyborg and the Metal Men. In September 2011, The New 52 rebooted DC's continuity. There's something missing here. This category is for the members of the super-villain team The Fearsome Five. Season Three: "Monsters R Us" • "Inherit the Wimp" • "The Revenge of the Return of the Brainteasers, Too!" Nano is a special power suit/name of a super-villain in DC comics. The Five later invaded S.T.A.R. 2013 Team Debuts. George Pérez/Creator. She was a member of Fearsome five. Green. However, this didn't go as they hoped, and all the villains ended up knocking each other out. Background information ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. He would advertise in a super villain's newsletter: The Underworld Star. After their encounter with Kid Flash, Jinx decides to defect to the Teen Titans (mak… The team disbanded shortly after Deuce and Charger’s first missions with the Five, with Mammoth and Shimmer deciding to renounce their life of crime and finding peace in a Tibetan monastery. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. NegaduckTaurus Bulba (DuckTales reboot) 8. This section of the article is incomplete, and contains information, but requires more before it can be considered complete. © 2020 GAMESPOT, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. SABBAC is a demon that always brings misery to the Marvel Family. This edit will also create new pages on Comic Vine for: Until you earn 1000 points all your submissions need to be vetted by other Psimon would eventually take over as leader and kick Doctor Light out. comic series. Incomplete A new Fearsome Five surfaced following the Final Crisis, formed by the Calculator, the members shown so far are Mammoth, Shimmer, Jinx, and new members Nano and Rumble. NegaDuck: The leader of the group, he is evil in every way possible. The Fearsome 5 have only appeared in Paper Mario and are renowned for their mischief. The Fearsome Five (known as the H.I.V.E. In animated series sha was student at H.I.V.E Academy. The Last appearance they made was working with the Society of Supervillains before being sent to a Prison Planet. A new member of the Fearsome Five. First appearance The Fearsome Five. Five. in: Active Teams, Secret Identity Teams, Bad Teams, and 8 more. Source. Psimon was alive though and tried to destroy his former teammates, he would attack Gizmo, Mammoth, and Shimmer, but only Shimmer died. Mammoth was returned to the metahuman prison on Alcatraz Island, but the other three remain at large. George Pérez The Dark Opposite of Captain Marvel, SABBAC is powered by the dark lords Satan, Aym, Belial, Beelzebub, Asmodeus, and Crateis. In the episode "Jail Bird", Negaduck used the Mystic Eye Jewel to steal all the other members powers. send you an email once approved. The Uncanny X-Men and The New Teen Titans, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Fearsome_Five&oldid=976230245, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. His mind altering by the JLA changed him from a serious threat to a joke. Which Of The Fearsome Five Do You Belong With? Members After the Crime Syndicate supposedly killed the Justice League, the Fearsome Five were assembled at Happy Harbor and invited to join the Secret Society. However, the group bears no similarities outside of its name. After Psimon's having been banished by Trigon to another dimension for his failure to destroy the Earth, the other members of the Five later attacked the Titans at their newly unveiled headquarters, Titans Tower, in New Teen Titans #7 (May 1981), using Silas Stone, the father of the superhero Teen Titan, Cyborg, and the Titans’ dimensional transmitter to return the apparently alive Psimon back to them. Last to arrive were Gizmo and Mammoth, who sent a letter to Jinx (who turned good by this point) asking her to come back. In Salvation Run #2, Psimon is interrupted by the Joker, who apparently murders him by breaking the dome which houses his brain and smashing it with a rock, repeatedly.