Real Name: Unrevealed, possibly Zachariah Ravenscraft
Identity/Class: Alternate Earth (Earth-92131) human mutant, presumed Rock troll descendant
Group Membership: None
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: Amazon forest, Brazil
First Appearance: X-Men: The Animated Series cartoon - "Whatever it Takes" (November 6, 1993)
Powers/Abilities: Roughouse possessed great superhuman strength, endurance and speed. Roughouse's extremely dense hide afforded him an increased degree of protection against most conventional forms of physical injury. As an Asgardian rock troll descendant he possessed a lower requirement of oxygen than a normal human, infrared vision, immunity to terrestrial diseases and recuperative powers.
Height: 6'8" (presumably same as his 616 counterpart)
Weight: 774 lbs. (presumably same as his 616 counterpart)
(X-Men: The Animated Series cartoon - "Whatever it Takes" - BTS) - At an unrevealed point in time Roughouse befriended the vampiric Bloodscream and made their way to the Brazilian Amazon forest.
(X-Men: The Animated Series cartoon - "Whatever it Takes") - Roughouse and Bloodscream were seen leaving a bar in the middle of the Amazon forest when X-Man Wolverine was searching for his friend and former teammate Morph.
Comments: Created by Chris Claremont and John Buscema;
adapted by Julia Lewald and AKOM Productions. (see Appearances list for full list of artists)
When, in 2015's Secret Wars, the Multiverse was destroyed following the incursions of planets it appeared as if Reality-92131 was drafted onto Battleworld as the Westchester domain. All Earth-92131 profiles on the Marvel Appendix reflected that information, however, this has since been debunked with the news that the original X-Men: The Animated Series will receive a brand new season to pick up where the original series ended. As such the reality seen in two volumes of X-Men '92 (2015-2017) now have their own reality-designation. The X-Men '92: House of XCII 2022 series was inspired by both the animated series and Hickman's House of X run but is its own separate reality. Nearly thirty years after X-Men: The Animated Series first debuted the new season will appear on Disney+ in fall 2023.
Original profile by Julien Vive, rewritten by MarvellousLuke
Roughouse has no known connections to
images: (without ads)
X-Men The Art and Making of The Animated Series book, p116 (main image, digitally colored by MarvellousLuke)
X-Men: The Animated Series cartoon - "Whatever it Takes" (leaving bar)
X-Men: The Animated Series cartoon - "Whatever it Takes" (November 6, 1993) - Julia Jane Lewald (writer), Frank Brunner, Mark Lewis (model design), Armando Carrillo, Dan Veesenmeyer, Don Manuel, Greg Garcia, John Fox, Keith Tucker, Larry Houston, Lewis Williams, Michale Swanigan, Pat Agnasin, Partrick Archibald, Romeo Francisco, Tenny Henson, Vic Dachele (storyboards), Frank Squillance (storyboards, layout design), Alfredo Alcala, Claude Denis, Drew Gentle, Ric Chavez, Ric Quiroz, Ted Blackman, Tim Soman, Wayne Schultz, Charles Payne (layout design), Cesar Magsombol (layout design, storyboard cleanup), Abel Laxamana, Alan Gibson, Del Barras, Romeo Lopez, Rudy Messina, Steve Simone (storyboard cleanup), Akom Animation (animation), Eric Lewald (developed for television/story editor), Richard Bowman (supervising director)
First Posted: 06/21/2017
Last Updated: 03/22/2023
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