Real Name: Curtis Connors
Identity/Class: Extradimensional/alternate reality
(Earth-20824) human mutate
Occupation: Scientist, supervillain;
former US Army surgeon
Group Membership: BioTech;
formerly US Army
Affiliations: BioTech (Doctor Watts, others), Lizard Men
Enemies: Spider-Man (Peter Parker),
Venom (Eddie Brock)
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: New York City, New York,
First Appearance: Spider-Man video game (August 24,
Powers/Abilities: Lizard has the
same powers as his Earth-616 counterpart, including the uncontrollable
ability to transform into a humanoid lizard with superhuman strength,
durability and clawed hands and feet capable of scaling walls. He can
also summon and control reptiles within a one mile radius.
Height: (Connors): 5'11''
(by approximation); (Lizard):
6'8'' (by approximation) (see comments)
Weight: (Connors): 175 lbs. (by approximation); (Lizard): 550 lbs. (by approximation) (see comments)
Eyes: (Connors): Black; (Lizard): Yellow
Hair: (Connors): Brown; (Lizard): None
Gaming Monthly I#123 article - BTS - see
- Dr. Curtis Connors was an US Army surgeon until he lost his arm in an
explosion. Determined to restore his missing arm, Dr. Connors intensely
studied reptile regenerative abilities and ultimately devised a serum
that not only regrew his missing arm but inadvertently transformed him
into a humanoid reptile. Dubbing himself the Lizard, the transformed
Dr. Connors frequently encountered the heroic Spider-Man.
(Spider-Man video game - BTS) - At some point, Curt Connors once again turned into Lizard and settled in the sewer, where he created many reptilian-like monsters.
(Spider-Man video game) - The symbiotic villain Venom crashed into the Lizard's sewer base of operations and locked him in a cage. While Lizard was locked up, Venom set the Lizard's monsters against Spider-Man. Some time later, Spider-Man found the Lizard and learned of Venom's whereabouts from him.
Enter Electro video game (fb) - BTS) - Dr. Connors was hired as
a scientist for the BioTech company.
(Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro video game) - Curt and other scientists worked on the Bio-Nexus Device for the BioTech company. The supercriminal Electro soon discovered that the Bio-Nexus Device could amplify his electrical bio-energy and would theoretically grant him tremendous power. He broke into the laboratory, shocked Connors and stole a part of device. When one of the scientists named Dr. Watts was kidnapped by Electro, Spider-Man thought that Curt might know the reasoning behind the kidnapping. He tried to call Dr. Connors but failed to reach him and ultimately went to BioTech to talk with the doctor personally. Making his way to BioTech, Spider-Man was attacked by Dr. Connors, who had transformed into the Lizard. The superhero created an antidote to restore Dr. Connors to normal and used it to make the Lizard turn back into Connors. When the doctor got his breath, he told Spider-Man about the Bio-Nexus Device, Electro's plans with it and Dr. Watts, who knew about the last part of device.
Comments: Created by uncredited writer and
Lizard was voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.
The Lizard's height & weight were approximated from that of his Earth-616 counterpart.
All characters in
this profile are from Earth-20824 unless otherwise noted.
An article in the video game magazine Electronic Gaming Monthly (#123, October, 1999) features a previous of the then-upcoming Spider-Man video game and includes mini-profiles of this reality's Doctor Octopus and Lizard. Since the Lizard's origin was not revealed in the video game itself and he is treated as an existing Spider-Man villain who had encountered Spider-Man before, the article's profile gives a tiny backstory on this reality's Lizard and it has been included in this profile's History section. --Proto-Man
Profile by Sasasych.
Earth-20824's Lizard has no known connections to:
When Dr. Curt Connors was once again turned into the Lizard, he retreated into the sewers and created an army of humanoid lizards, which he called his Lizard Men. However, Venom imprisoned Lizard in a cage in the sewer and took control of his lair and his Lizard Men.
--Spider-Man video game
images: (without ads)
Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro video game (Lizard, main image & non-transformed headshot)
Spider-Man video game (Spider-Man fighting the Lizard Men)
Electronic Gaming Monthly I#123 (October, 1999) - "Swing King" article - John Davison (writer), John Byrne (Lizard entry art), Crispin Boyer (features editor)
Spider-Man video game (August 24, 2000) - uncredited writers, Chris Ward (lead artist), Chad Finley (lead designer)
Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro video game (October 19, 2001) - T.Q. Jefferson, Marc Turndorf, Joshua Mosqueira (writers), Brent Boylen (writer, designer), Yaming Di (art),
First Posted: 06/09/2020
Last updated: 06/09/2020
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