Real Name: Unrevealed

Identity/Class: Extraterrestrial (Sakaarian Imperials) technology user;
    citizen of the First Sakaarian Empire

Occupation: Spy

Group Membership: Red King's Imperial Forces

Affiliations: Formerly Caiera the Oldstrong, Governor of Wukar (Denebo Aruc III)

Enemies: Arch-E5812, Governor of Wukar (Denebo Aruc III), Warbound (Hiroim the Shamed, Green Scar/Hulk/Bruce Banner, Elloe Kaifi, Korg, Miek, No-Name of the Brood), Imperials and other beings loyal to the Green Scar

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: "Puny pinkie" (from Hulk/Green Scar)

Base of Operations: Unrevealed;
    formerly the camp of those who followed the Hulk and the Warbound out of the Great Arena,
in the Twisted Wood, planet Sakaar, Tayo Star Systems, Fornax galaxy;
    presumably formerly
Crown City, Wukar province, planet Sakaar, Tayo Star Systems, Fornax galaxy

First Appearance: Incredible Hulk III#96 (July, 2006)

Powers/Abilities: "Badmouth" had no special abilities, although he was an experienced spy, infiltrating an enemy camp, reporting on their location and activities, and fomenting discord amongst his foes by undermining their leaders.badmouth-sakaarian-imperial-spy-report

Height: Unrevealed (approximately 5'8")
Weight: Unrevealed (approximately 140 lbs.)
Eyes: Red to brown
Hair: None

History: badmouth-sakaarian-imperial-spy-miek
(Incredible Hulk III#95 - BTS) - When the Warbound broke out of the Great Arena, a number of freed slaves accompanied him.

(Incredible Hulk III#96(fb) - BTS) - An Imperial loyal to the Red King and his forces infiltrated those accompanying the Warbound when the escaped the Arena.

(Incredible Hulk III#96) - Around a campfire in the Twisted Wood, the infiltrator tried to undermine the Hulk, telling the others that the Green Scar hadn't said a word to them since they left the Arena and that he didn't think the Green Scar had any idea what they were doing. Miek, Arch-E5912, and an Imperial dedicated to the Green Scar all voiced their support, with the latter vowing to follow him wherever he left.

    The infiltratrator told the follower he was an idiot and that he should open his eyes, as the Green Scar was not their to help them, but rather was a monster, an alien animal, dangerous and deadly like all of his crew. Calling the infiltrator "Badmouth," Miek advised him to hold his tongue, but the Infiltrator continued that -- if he was smart -- the follower would run away while he still could, insisting that the Green Scar was a killer, a thief, and a pagan. Miek warned "Badmouth" that he wasn't kidding, and when "Badmouth" continued that the Green Scar ate people, Miek called him a liar and tackled him.

     Flanked by Korg and No-Name of the Brood, the Hulk taunted "Badmouth," noting that the more "that puny pinkie" talked, the hungrier he got. As the infiltrator fled, Miek told "Badmouth" to keep running. No-Name offered to go after him, but the Hulk told her no.

(Incredible Hulk III#96 - BTS) - Correctly suspecting the motives and alliance of "Badmouth," the Hulk evacuated the camp, leaving only himself and Korg behind.badmouth-sakaarian-imperial-spy-death

(Incredible Hulk III#96) - Via communication device, "Badmouth" reported to Caiera that the camp was completely vulnerable on low ground in a valley between two mountains with a few rows of forest fortifications. He advised that they could follow his trace but that there was smoke all over from their campfires and that the Imperial forces couldn't miss it. Despite "Badmouth"'s request to move out a bit further, Caiera instructed him to hold his ground.

(Incredible Hulk III#96 - BTS) - Despite Caiera's concerns that this was a trick, the Governor of Wukar (Denebo Aruc III) ordered that the bombardment begin.

(Incredible Hulk III#96) - Seeing the Amebids overhead bearing bombs, "Badmouth" realized the danger and began fleeing, only to run into the Hulk and Korg, who told him, "There's nobody here but us monsters." They blocked "Badmouth" from running away, and he tearfully watched as the falling bombs approached. "Badmouth" was consumed by the bombs, to which the Hulk and Korg were immune.badmouth-sakaarian-imperial-spy-skull

(Incredible Hulk III#96 - BTS) - Subsequently investigating the site they had bombed, Caiera found and kicked aside the skull of "Badmouth," and she reported to Denebo that it was a decoy and that the only body present was their own spy.

    Denebo ordered that their trackers be dispersed, and Caiera noted that they already had been, but that the bombs had destroyed all tracks within the valley.

Comments: Created by Greg Pak, Aaron Lopresti, and Danny Miki.

    This profile was completed 2/14/2021, but its publication was delayed as it was intended for the Appendix 20th anniversary 's celebratory event.

Profile by Snood.

should be distinguished from:

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Incredible Hulk III#96, story pg. 1, panel 5 (face);
          panel 6 (vs. Miek);
       pg. 3, panel 1 (reporting);
          panel 7 (mostly full);
       pg. 4, panel 6 (death);
       pg. 5, panel 2 (skull)

Incredible Hulk III#95 (July, 2006) - Greg Pak (writer), Carlo Pagulayan with Marshall Rogers (pencilers), Jeffrey Huet with Tom Palmer (inkers), Nathan Cosby (assistant editor), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Incredible Hulk III#96 (September, 2006) - Greg Pak (writer), Aaron Lopresti (penciler), Danny Miki (inker), Nathan Cosby (assistant editor), Mark Paniccia (editor)

First posted: 09/27/2021
Last updated: 10/26/2022

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