(of Earth-730784)

Real Name: (First name unrevealed, presumably Eric) Williams

Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-730784) human

Occupation: Criminal

Group Membership: Leader of a group of his own agents

Affiliations: His agents

Enemies: The Avengers (Ant-Man/Hank Pym, Falcon/Sam Wilson, Hawkeye/Clint Barton, Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff, Tigra/Greer Grant, Vision, Wasp/Janet Van Dyne, Wonder Man/Simon Williams)

Known Relatives: Simon Williams (Wonder Man, brother)

Aliases: "Reaper" (nickname from Hawkeye)

Base of Operations: Presumably mobile

First Appearance: Avengers: United They Stand cartoon episode, "The Sorceress' Apprentice" (February 12, 2000)

Powers/Abilities: Grim Reaper possessed no inherent superhuman powers but he wore an armored suit equipped with a large scythe attached to its left arm. The armor's gauntlets were also equipped with hidden, wrist-mounted laser blasters and the armor also was capable of teleporting the Grim Reaper in a burst of lights and smoke. He sometimes carried a pair of binoculars capable of viewing events from a mile or more away.

Height: 6'4" (presumably)
Weight: 225 lbs. (presumably)
Eyes: Unrevealed (see comments)
Hair: Unrevealed (see comments)

History: (Avengers: United They Stand cartoon episode, "The Sorceress' Apprentice") - The Grim Reaper and his men blew a bank vault as the Avengers arrived on the scene. Unaware of the heroes' arrival, Grim Reaper commended his men on blowing the vault and sarcastically announced that the only thing he needed for a perfect day would be the Avengers. The Avengers then announced their entrance with Hawkeye warning the Reaper to be careful what he wished for. Grim Reaper immediately asked where his brother Wonder Man was before ordering his men to attack the Avengers. As the Avengers took down his men and sealed the vault, Grim Reaper fired on the Falcon, eventually hitting and downing the hero. Scarlet Witch then took the offensive, using her probability powers to melt the Grim Reaper's stolen gold. Announcing that the Avengers didn't have what it took to take down the Grim Reaper, just like his brother, the Reaper then teleported away in a burst of lights and smoke. Soon locating the Grim Reaper, Avengers Falcon and Tigra chased him through the city as the Reaper suggested they give up the chase while holding them at bay with his wrist-mounted lasers. Later, after the Scarlet Witch successfully revived the comatose Wonder Man, Grim Reaper spied on the Avengers from afar, witnessing Wonder Man and Scarlet Witch sharing a tender moment together and monologued that it was time for the Avengers to pay the price for taking his money.

Comments: Created by Michael Edens and Sae Rom Animation, Inc. (see Appearances list for full list of artists involved).

I apologize for the fuzzy and television station watermarked images but the Avengers: United They Stand cartoon series was not available in the US on DVD so I had to work with what I had using videos posted on youtube that were taped off television. If ever the series DOES get released on US DVD, I'll replace the images with better quality screen caps.

Grim Reaper's physical height and weight were presumably the same as his Earth-616 counterpart. His eye and hair color were impossible to determine, as he was never seen outside of his armor.

While Grim Reaper's first name was never given in the one episode he appeared in (Hawkeye only called him "Williams"), it seems likely that it would be Eric, like his Earth-616 counterpart.

Profile by Proto-Man.

Earth-730784's Grim Reaper has no KNOWN connections to:

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Avengers: United They Stand cartoon episode, "The Sorceress' Apprentice" (all images in this profile)

Avengers: United They Stand cartoon episode, "The Sorceress' Apprentice" (February 12, 2000) - Michael Edens (writer), Dell Barras (character design, storyboards), John Fang (character design), Kevin Campbell (character design, prop design, storyboard revisions), Tec Manalac (character design, layout design), Gil Hung, Geoffrey Kater (prop design), Branislav Hetchel, Andrew Gentle, Lawrence Kim, Dean Thompson (layout design), Cos Anziloto, Roy Burdine, Armando Carrillo, Egidio (Vic) Dal Chele, Dan Vessemeyer, Shannon Eric Denton, Warren Greenwood, Richard Hoberg, Larry Houston (storyboards), Jim Janes, Scott Jorgensen, Lothel J-Dawg Jones, Greg Luzniak, Tom Nesbit, Renato Otacan, Dave Simons, Romeo Tanghal, Danny Taverna, Danny Tolentino (additional storyboards), Aleta Kozak (additional storyboards, storyboard revisions), Anthony Winn (storyboard revisions), Ruben Chavez, Natasha Liberman, Hector Martinez, Richard Ziehler-Martin (painted backgrounds), Sae Rom Animation Inc. (animation studio), Ron Myrick (producer, director), Eric Lewald, Julia Lewald (story editors)

Last updated: 07/18/17

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