Real Name: Unrevealed

Identity/Class: Sub-species of humanity (?); pre-modern era

Occupation: Unrevealed

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: Hugo Bogg (whether Hugo liked it or not)

Enemies: None

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: Abominable Snowman

Base of Operations: Unidentified Germanic village

First Appearance: Amazing Adult Fantasy#11/4 (April, 1962)

Powers/Abilities: The Ice-Monster is covered in fur, but other than that, it displayed no powers beyond being able to pick up a human and easily climb the side of a mountain with the person in tow.



History: (Amazing Adult Fantasy#11/4) - Legends of the Ice-Monster abounded in a small Germanic village. Criminal Hugo Bogg, seeking to reclaim a fortune he had stashed away in the town before exile, decided to use these legends to aid his search. Donning a costume patterned after the creature, he terrorized the town looking for his jewels. He was surprised to come face to face with the real Ice-Monster, though. The creature, delighted to finally find another like him, abducted Hugo and took him to parts unknown.







Comments: Created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.

    Reprinted in Giant-Size Man-Thing#1, which incorrectly lists it as being reprinted from Amazing Adventures I#11 (Amazing Adult Fantasy's former title).

Profile by Madison Carter


This Ice-Monster has no known connections to (but may be related to)

Hugo Bogg

    Bogg was a local jewel thief who was banished from the town by the local authorities. When the police chief died, Bogg returned, but needed to find a way to search for his hidden jewels. He donned a monstrous costume to strike fear into the villagers so he could go about his search uninterrupted. He confronted the real Ice-Monster, which abducted him, thinking Hugo was another like it.

--Amazing Adult Fantasy#11/4

Amazing Adult Fantasy#11, story 4, page 5, panel 2
                                                                 page 5, panel 3 (close-up)
                                                                 page 3, panel 5 (Hugo)

Amazing Adult Fantasy#11 (April, 1962) - Stan Lee (writer/editor), Steve Ditko (artist)


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