Mr. Stupid NoHead is the main antagonist of both the original and prequel series. He was the grandmaster of the NoHeads until he was killed by Baby Intelligence when he tried to push him into a pit of fire.
Mr. Stupid NoHead was born in 1959 to Mr. Crooked NoHead and Mrs. Wretched NoHead, two members of the NoHead tribe. He spent the first few years of his life in a nursery under the care of robots. Three years after NoHead was born, Mr. Crooked NoHead began to train him as an apprentice. He was raised brutally in their fortress and trained in their evil ways. The training of Mr. Stupid NoHead was focused on the honing of his powers and combat skills, as well as his natural talents. One winter, in the first five years of his role as an apprentice, NoHead accompanied his father, only to be subjected to intense cold and nearly froze to death. The NoHead’s overall goal was to use his son’s hate, anger and desperation for survival as a tool to destroy any vestiges of good in him, ensuring his evil was irrevocable. Were NoHead to give up, he would prove himself unworthy of the mantle; the young man endured. Crooked also subjected NoHead to deprivation of food, water and sleep. Mr. Crooked NoHead was more than aware of the fact that Mr. Stupid NoHead’s desire to kill him would grow in time; only a true NoHead wanted to seize the mantle of Master through murder. But NoHead had no intention of dying by his son’s hand, or anyone else’s for that matter. Instead, he intended to break the mentioned cycle. In order to do so, Mr. Crooked NoHead wished for no secrets or feelings of jealousy and mistrust to exist between Mr. Stupid NoHead and himself. In the long run of the Grand Plan, Crooked envisioned himself as the “power behind the throne” while Stupid carried out the villain’s interests. Mr. Stupid NoHead, ever the academic with a desire for knowledge, yearned to learn more of the NoHead lore. However, his Master carefully concealed much information from his apprentice, and only intended to share his full knowledge at a gradual pace.
During the Battle of the First NoHead Base, Mr. Stupid NoHead commanded the robot troops to be on alert for the mutant Bladepoint. During the search, Police Skyfighters arrived at the NoHead base and assaulted its thermal oscillator, hoping to destroy it and set a chain reaction that would blow up the base. Also on the base were Sheriff Missile, Joseph, and Jean, who had arrived to find Bladepoint and lower the shields. NoHead, who sensed Mr. Ghastly NoHead was in danger, prepared to enter the oscillator. Meanwhile, Ghastly killed Sheriff Missile with his sword. Enraged, Joseph, Jean, and Bladepoint killed several robots in the area. As Mr. Stupid NoHead arrived, Joseph ignited charges that he and Sheriff Missile set throughout the oscillator, causing an explosion that breached the oscillator and gave Saul and the police pilots a chance to destroy it. NoHead quickly escaped the explosion and resolved to find Jean and Bladepoint. Mr. Stupid NoHead followed Jean and Bladepoint outside the oscillator, as they made their way back to a police cruiser. He confronted them with his sword drawn. Bladepoint tried to shoot him, but NoHead telekinetically knocked him unconscious. Left alone to confront the warrior, Jean ignited the sword that he had recovered from Mr. Ghastly NoHead and immediately engaged him in a sword duel that made for a short but brutal contest. Ultimately, Mr. Stupid NoHead overwhelmed the Muggle before knocking him out. With the duel seemingly over, Mr. Stupid NoHead advanced on his fallen enemies, ready to destroy them. However, Bladepoint recovered, drawing the sword again and engaging NoHead in a brief yet tense duel. Again, NoHead had the upper hand, remaining on the offensive as he pressed his attack. However, Bladepoint realized he could call upon his powers and prepared to use that to his advantage, breaking the blade-lock. Mr. Stupid NoHead prepared to resume the duel, advancing on his opponent. A moment later, a fault line set them apart and NoHead was rescued by his father.
Eventually, Mr. Stupid NoHead would marry Mrs. Twisted NoHead, a fellow NoHead he had met several years ago. Although they would later work together well, the marriage appeared to be nothing more than an obligatory fulfillment of the NoHeads’ mutant marriage traditions. NoHead displayed no affection for his wife whatsoever. Notably, they did give birth to three incredibly talented children - Hell Burnbottom, Brute Gunray, and Mean King. NoHead trained all three of them, though he specifically fancied Burnbottom. As such, NoHead took him up and began to train him as his heir. Eventually, the time came for Hell Burnbottom’s final test. Mr. Stupid NoHead sent him out to a remote and isolated area of Alaska, where he had to stay for a month. At the end of the month, Burnbottom found NoHead waiting near a cave. Despite Burnbottom’s exhaustion, NoHead challenged Burnbottom to a duel, in which Burnbottom was easily defeated. NoHead stood over the broken man, and told him that he had been preparing another apprentice, should Burnbottom fail. Enraged, Hell Burnbottom flew at NoHead with murderous intent. Mr. Stupid NoHead was caught off guard, but was able to disarm Burnbottom. Even without a weapon, Burnbottom continued to attack before being ultimately defeated. Pleased, NoHead announced that Burnbottom’s training was complete, and that he was now a NoHead.
There, NoHead plied Twisted with wine while rehearsing the acceptance speech he would soon deliver. Twisted soon fell into an alcohol-induced sleep, and NoHead saw his chance. With his wife’s guard completely down, NoHead blasted Twisted’s headpiece apart with lightning. This woke Twisted but, being inebriated and half-asleep, the woman could do nothing to stop her husband. NoHead took the opportunity to mock Twisted while sending additional blasts of lightning, causing immense pain to his wife. He then drew his sword and brought it down on her. After his wife finally succumbed to death, NoHead felt a monumental shift in the dark side, which he interpreted as the dark side anointing him as the tool it would use to rule the universe. A year later, Paige invaded the NoHead base along with the entire police army, slaughtering venerable NoHeads without remorse. NoHead hid in a closet during the carnage, and eventually left it to find the police leaving. From the shadows, he telekinetically disarmed Paige. He then leaped on the police, using all his powers he usually concealed in order to win. The police fought back, but despite their best efforts, they were ultimately forced into retreat. Because Paige had already achieved her goal, Mr. Stupid NoHead was the only NoHead left in existence.
Mr. Stupid NoHead was arrogant, selfish, ambitious, greedy, power-hungry, uncaring, hostile, cold, cruel, sadistic, ruthless, and narcissistic. He was also megalomaniac, delusional, psychopath, terrifying, dangerous, aggressive, violent and unpredictable.
Despite his arrogance, he was extremely intelligent, patient, calculating, cunning, deceptive, and manipulative. NoHead was also known to be treacherous, as he would kill his allies or have them killed, as he had no desire to share his power with anyone, after he had successively gain full control of the government and reformed the NoHead Empire.
Mr. Stupid NoHead was the only NoHead Master in the history of the world to even achieve the ultimate goal of the NoHeads when he eradicated the police, but thanks to Baby Intelligence, he was unable to bring the world under the rule of the NoHeads.
Like most practitioners of the Dark side, Mr. Stupid NoHead was susceptible to fear to the point of being paranoid. However, it was never to the point of being cowardly; he felt little to no fear as he was not afraid of getting into direct confrontations with very powerful opponents like Paige and Baby Intelligence. Fear, coupled with an extremely narrow mind and complete inability to feel or understand love, ultimately proved to be NoHead’s weaknesses as it caused him to constantly plot and devise schemes against his enemies, which ultimately led to his downfall.
Powers and Abilities Edit
- The Dark Side: Mr. Stupid NoHead was immensely powerful and had a terrifyingly strong connection to the dark side. NoHead was one of the most powerful mutants in world history. He was also considered the one villain to have successfully tamed the Dark side, exceeding even that of Mr. Demonic NoHead. Mr. Stupid NoHead was considered by many, including Sebiscuits and Baby Intelligence, (the two latters who were immensely powerful in their own rights) to be the most powerful dark side user in the entire history of the world; something he himself firmly believed.
- Telekinesis: Mr. Stupid NoHead was very proficient in Telekinesis, utilizing it either as an offensive attack or simply as a means of displaying his power.
- Mind control: Mr. Stupid NoHead utilized Mind control, to control the minds of other sentient beings.
- Lightning: Mr. Stupid NoHead was a master of lightning, which he used to torture or kill his opponents.
- Weather control: Mr. Stupid NoHead utilized weather control, either to kill an entire continent or to create a hyperspace wormhole.
- Power drain: Mr. Stupid NoHead utilized Power drain, to either drain superpowers from other mutants or to drain life energy from other sentient beings.
- Transfer essence: Mr. Stupid NoHead could also transfer his essence, as well as the essences of other beings, to other bodies.
- Five-story Leap: Mr. Stupid NoHead could jump or leap at great distances.
- Speed Glitch: Mr. Stupid NoHead utilized Speed Glitch to move at amazing speed.
- Vision: Mr. Stupid NoHead had psychic powers, and could plant visions of the past, the present and the future in other beings. However, like all mutants, his visions were not always clear or sometimes has visions even when he was not utilizing this power at will.
- Sensing people: Mr. Stupid NoHead utilized this power to sense another being’s emotions, or presence, or the future, ripples caused by momentous or traumatic events, or impending danger and the presence of the light side.
- Super stealth: Mr. Stupid NoHead could cloak his presence or make himself invisible.
- Protection Bubble: Mr. Stupid NoHead utilized protection bubble to create a defensive sphere around his body.
- Magic: Mr. Stupid NoHead possessed some knowledge of magic, allowing him to use arcane rituals to detect poisons and drugs in food and drink. He also could utter incantations in ancient language.
- Sword Skills: Mr. Stupid NoHead was incredibly skilled in sword combat and a very gifted duelist. He was one of the greatest sword duelists in the history of the world. In fact, the only people known to have defeated NoHead in sword combat was Baby Intelligence and Paige. He was one of the few known individuals who could fight Intelligence as an equal.
- Form I: Mr. Stupid NoHead was very skilled in Shii Cho.
- Form II: Mr. Stupid NoHead was extremely skilled in Makashi.
- Form III: Mr. Stupid NoHead was highly skilled in Soresu.
- Form IV: Mr. Stupid NoHead was extremely skilled in Ataru.
- Form V: Mr. Stupid NoHead was very skilled in Shien/Djem So.
- Form VI: Mr. Stupid NoHead was extremely skilled in Niman.
- Form VII: Mr. Stupid NoHead was extremely skilled in Juyo/Vaapad.
- Jar’Kai: Although Mr. Stupid NoHead usually used only one sword, he was extremely skilled in Jar’Kai.
- Form I: Mr. Stupid NoHead was very skilled in Shii Cho.
- Genius-Level Intellect/Master Tactician/Leader/Manipulator: Mr. Stupid NoHead was terrifyingly intelligent. As the leader of the NoHeads, he was an extremely skilled tactician and a very capable leader. He was also very manipulative, as he was able to easily manipulate individuals directly or indirectly to achieve his goals. NoHead even managed to manipulate and deceive Sebiscuits, a genius in his own right, into becoming his apprentice and turning against the S.M.S.B.
- Multilingual: Mr. Stupid NoHead was capable of fluently speaking English and 4 other languages, and was close to mastering 7 others.
Weapons and Equipment Edit
Mr. Stupid NoHead’s valued weapon and possession was his sword.
- First Sword: Mr. Stupid NoHead built his first sword during his apprenticeship under Mr. Crooked NoHead. It would remain in his possession until his death, but it is unknown what happened to it after NoHead’s death.
- Second Sword: At some point Mr. Stupid NoHead had built a second sword. It would remain in his possession until his duel against Paige.
Prequel series Edit
Zero to Hero and The Second Hero Edit
In 2018, Mr. Stupid NoHead finds that his newest recruit, Rotta Hecks, is pregnant. NoHead is unaware if the baby will follow Rotta’s path, and keeps a close watch until his birth. A month later he unleashes a robot on the city to lure the baby to him. The plan works, and he finds the baby, Peter, on the case. There, the NoHead master and infant legend duel in a battle that destroyed a good portion of the junkyard.
Peter uses both his sword and superpowers against NoHead, who is ultimately forced to retreat. Outmatched, NoHead promised to flee the city in exchange for his life.
Later on, Mr. Stupid NoHead fought Baby Intelligence and his new friend, Sebiscuits, on his flagship, the Wasp. NoHead had captured Mayor Katie Black and now he fights to make sure his hostage wasn’t rescued. He had hoped to kill Intelligence that day, but in Sebiscuits he finds a far greater opportunity. NoHead takes out Baby Intelligence first and taunts Sebiscuits as the battle continues. An enraged Sebiscuits eventually takes his sword. Black ordered Sebiscuits to kill him. After initial hesitation, Sebiscuits attempts at the kill, but NoHead jets away to safety. This allowed him to free Black and save Baby Intelligence.
Shortly after the battle, Mr. Stupid NoHead contacts Rotta informing her that a new base needs to be built in Palmyra, and informs her that the war’s conclusion draws closer. When Rotta protests that the loss of the Wasp will mean the end of the NoHeads, NoHead informs her that it is of little concern, and he will soon cement a new apprentice who will be “the greatest NoHead of all.”
The S.M.S.B. Edit
Soon after, Mr. Stupid NoHead has a new base built in Palmyra. He then learns of Sebiscuits’ fear the S.M.S.B. has betrayed him, and plays on it by lying that the dark side can help him find his path and overcome his enemies.
Still devoted to the S.M.S.B., Sebiscuits tells Baby Intelligence of Mr. Stupid NoHead’s ambitions to train him, and Baby Intelligence leads an attack on the NoHead base to find and apprehend him. During this, Paige leads a strike team of three police and herself to stop him. Nevertheless, NoHead suspects their arrival and is ready to fight. He cuts down the three police Paige brought along, but had to revert to lightning, as well as Sebiscuits’ help, to kill Paige. After the fight, NoHead prompts Sebiscuits to join him, and Sebiscuits pledges himself to the ways of the NoHeads. He then convinces Sebiscuits the S.M.S.B. is plotting to take over the government, and sends him to eliminate the police in their headquarters, the police station. To take care of the others, NoHead initiates Operation: Purge to the Human Replicas; this ultimately destroys most of the police. Sebiscuits then clashes with Baby Intelligence, and NoHead arrives to intervene, but is first forced to murder Greg Hecks. He then arrives and blasts Intelligence aside after the latter disarmed Sebiscuits. He proceeds to pick up Sebiscuits and take flight.
The Last Battle Edit
Later, Baby Intelligence and the others initiate an attack on the NoHead base. He leads them in a fierce sky battle outside the NoHead base, engaging the NoHeads’ gun platforms as well as large numbers of robotic skyfighters. Baby Intelligence orders the others to disengage before destroying large numbers of the enemy fighters with his proton torpedoes. Pursued by yet more enemy fighters, he orders the other S.M.S.B. members to fire concussion missiles at the fence. He flies past the ship as the missiles start arriving; the missiles hit the swarm of fighters pursuing him, destroying a large number of them.
Only a few NoHead fighters remain, but a mysterious ship appears and engages the S.M.S.B. forces. Baby Intelligence recognizes the fighter to be Mr. Stupid NoHead and personally engages the fighter, pursuing it into the NoHead base and through its halls. When NoHead disappears, the baby makes no attempt to follow. The sky battle over, NoHead returns to his private quarters and draws the metal tube, his last resort for killing Baby Intelligence. He then returns to a high balcony overlooking the lobby. Hell Burnbottom then proceeds to torture the S.M.S.B. members until Baby Intelligence arrives. However, NoHead is prepared and brings out some Rockets to kill them instead. Baby Intelligence comes with his strike team to destroy the soldiers. Mr. Stupid NoHead does not join the battle personally, though this gives him time to realize that Rotta is responsible for the casualties they have suffered from Baby Intelligence. This he believes because she had a chance to raise him to their cause. He tells Rotta this. NoHead then attacks Rotta with a jet of lightning, which Rotta -whilst pushing Burnbottom out of the way- counters with her own lightning. During the chaos, Baby Intelligence takes notice. As both bolts collide and lock, Burnbottom backs away to a wall behind Rotta. Rotta attempts several times to direct her lightning (still locked in battle with NoHead) towards Burnbottom with lightning tendrils popping off from the main beam, but is unsuccessful and instead hits the walls. Finally, NoHead releases death beams that kills Rotta and slams her corpse off the balcony.
With that, Baby Intelligence’s rage explodes. He climbs to the top of the balcony for a fight, in which NoHead has a far greater advantage. After subjecting Intelligence to two lightning strikes and a violent energy wave, he prepares to finish off his enemy once and for all. However, Intelligence retaliates and pushes him away. He taps into the dark side, using his hate and anger to boost his physical prowess. He then attacks NoHead with such intensity that the energy shells of their swords begin to short out. NoHead, taken completely off guard by Intelligence’s sudden increase in power and aggression, is forced onto his back foot and quickly driven into the room behind the balcony. Intelligence continues to hammer NoHead with vicious power attacks until NoHead loses his footing and collapses against a wall. After a few more blows, Baby Intelligence drives NoHead’s sword aside with an undercut, causing him to collapse onto the floor.
As Baby Intelligence holds his defenseless enemy at bladepoint, NoHead fights back with the metal tube, knocking his opponent back to the balcony. He then pushes him off and followed. Intelligence proceeds to snatch the metal tube. NoHead attacks Baby Intelligence with a jet of lightning, which Intelligence counters with a cord of red light. As both bolts lock together, Force Baby pinpoints the battle. NoHead attempts several times to direct his lightning (still locked in battle with the metal tube) in all directions in a rage, causing chairs to explode and parts of the walls to come crashing down on the floors. NoHead finally breaks the connection and with his hand, quickly breathes fire and conjures a huge, fiery cord. The transfigured fire immediately realizes the presence of Baby Intelligence, striking down with exposed fangs and a completely opened jaw in an attempt to devour him. Intelligence backs up and gathers the flames for himself making them a fiery ring like mass, and sends them hurtling towards NoHead. NoHead takes the hit and dies painfully. It is later revealed he comes back to life.
Pride of the Super Babies Edit
One night, before the machine can be used, Mr. Stupid NoHead is alerted of the presence of his enemy, who has brought an orphan baby named Lindsay Kellerman. Before fighting them, NoHead activates his comlink and tells his three sons to hide from the subsequent battle. When NoHead opens the door and attacks, he recognizes Lindsay as the baby he had discovered previously, and delights in going for her demise as well. NoHead strangles Baby Intelligence, but Lindsay distracts him and causes him to lose grip. Angered, NoHead attempts to do away with both of them. He first tries throwing some logs at Baby Intelligence in order to knock him out of the window, only to have the hero knock one back at him with his log, dislodging the villain’s hat and revealing his bald spot (much to Lindsay’s amusement). However, when the crime lord tosses a wagon at his opponent, Intelligence the is successfully eliminated from. The other members follow him down.
While Baby Intelligence is away, Mr. Stupid NoHead accelerates his plans and attempts to have China destroyed. However, the machine is not a long-range one, and the order fails to process. Infuriated, NoHead leaps forward at the door, only for him to hit his head.
He goes to sleep, but soon awakes to find the S.M.S.B. has returned and blown up his machine. He is unconcerned, as he will simply kill the S.M.S.B. members on the spot and rebuild the machine to send a further signal. Baby Intelligence attacks immediately, at which point the NoHead pulls out a sword, and continuously tries to strike his rival, chasing him to the edge of the platform. Thinking he has Baby Intelligence cornered, NoHead leaps toward him to finish him off. However, Intelligence blocks his sword with his log and pushes him over the edge of the platform, where he falls into the fire below and immediately burns to death.
Other Appearances Edit
Mr. Stupid NoHead was seen in a magazine off the series.
Baby Intelligence Edit
Baby Intelligence became Mr. Stupid NoHead’s mortal enemy after the Dark Lord heard his ally was pregnant with an extremely powerful baby. This escalated after he destroyed a UFO and declared his allegiance to the light side and NoHead considered him more of a threat than ever. In targeting Intelligence, NoHead unwittingly sowed the seeds of his own destruction. He was able to lure Intelligence into the city, where they clashed. Intelligence gained the upper hand, but out of mercy and trust, spared his life.
Sheriff Bladepoint realized that it was Baby Intelligence’s abilities, combined with his capacity to love, that would empower him to defeat NoHead. Unlike Intelligence, who was mentally, emotionally, and spiritually intact and whose followers supported him out of loyalty and love (platonic affection), NoHead was psychologically, spiritually, and emotionally shredded, feeling only arrogance, hatred, greed, and lust; and he controlled his followers through fear, intimidation and coercion. Intelligence was disturbed to notice many similarities between them — they were both raised poorly, and both looked nothing like their parents, and to some degree their first apprentice. However, Bladepoint insisted that they differed in one crucial way — Intelligence was capable of love, while NoHead was not. While Baby Intelligence found it difficult to fathom that something so simple as love is the more powerful force, he understood that, once again, it was also about choices: NoHead’s actions regarding Intelligence were based on vengeance and fear, while Intelligence would choose to fight NoHead for safety and the greater good. That choice, and the ability to make that choice, was largely what gave Intelligence powers that NoHead lacked and prevented Intelligence from falling to the Dark Side.
Mr. Stupid NoHead became obsessed with Baby Intelligence after he failed to kill the baby — livid that an infant defeated him. He later sought revenge on Intelligence to prove that he, NoHead, was the most feared and powerful mutant of all time. NoHead considered Intelligence weak in comparison to himself and he always discounted how love’s power has aided Intelligence. But after Baby Intelligence disarmed NoHead, stole the metal tube, and killed him temporarily, NoHead never attempted to turn him to the dark side, or draw his anger, again.
In his fury, NoHead made one last attempt at Intelligence’s life, but Intelligence backfired this and pushed NoHead off a platform. This time, the immolation completely ended NoHead’s life. Mr. Stupid NoHead and Baby Intelligence were also related by blood, however distantly, through their shared descent from the NoHeads (NoHead through Mr. Crooked NoHead and Baby Intelligence through Rotta Hecks). This made them distant cousins.
Mr. Stupid NoHead desired to have Sebiscuits as his apprentice, since day one both due to the fact that Sebiscuits’ power and potential were high and because he saw a lot of his younger self in the baby boy. Sebiscuits secretly idolized NoHead since day one, although his career went against everything NoHead was, or would be. NoHead also told Rotta Hecks that Sebiscuits would become the greatest NoHead of all. Soon after their first meeting, Sebiscuits was enlisted to spy on Mr. Stupid NoHead, clearly upsetting him. During these sessions, NoHead planted the seeds of the dark side in Sebiscuits’ mind, as Sebiscuits became infatuated to the antagonist. When Sebiscuits finally became a NoHead, Mr. Stupid NoHead finally unleashed the final phase of the Plot to Murder The Police. After Sebiscuits’ first mission, NoHead’s faith in Sebiscuits was temporarily shaken due to sensing Sebiscuits was still between worlds. His faith in Sebiscuits was restored when Sebiscuits mass-murdered the police and attempted to murder Baby Intelligence.
Hell Burnbottom was Mr. Stupid NoHead’s eldest son. NoHead cared for him the most of his three children, possibly because he was extremely powerful and he needed an heir should he die. Hell Burnbottom was trained since he was a toddler, when NoHead took the villain in and trained the child as his apprentice. During the NoHeads’ later history, Burnbottom became a NoHead during their later history. Despite NoHead’s harshness and cruelty, Hell Burnbottom held the utmost respect for the man, and was fanatically loyal to his father.
After Mr. Stupid NoHead was defeated by Baby Intelligence, Hell Burnbottom was furious. He spent the last few months of his life trying to avenge his father’s death, but this only led to his own downfall instead.
One of the possible reasons why Mr. Stupid NoHead trusted Hell Burnbottom was due to their rather similar backgrounds. Both men were the only children of NoHeads. Both fought for the same cause. Both men were mistreated by their parents—Mr. Crooked NoHead was an abusive parent, and Mr. Stupid NoHead himself was even worse to Burnbottom. In addition, both NoHead and Burnbottom were known for their intelligence. Both men trained at first by force, before immersing themselves in the dark side of their own free will, indicating they were now willing to do evil. Both spent more time with their fathers than their mothers. Both saw the NoHead base as their home (though it was), while most people were chilled at the sight of it.
However, there were differences between Hell Burnbottom and Mr. Stupid NoHead. NoHead was married, albeit as expected, but Burnbottom spent his whole (shorter) life single before his untimely death at Lindsay’s hands. While Burnbottom was capable of caring for a few people, NoHead disregarded love as a weakness that was beyond his comprehension, and had allegiance to only himself. This had coincidentally led to his own undoing. Another difference was that Burnbottom never wanted to rule the world alone, NoHead did not want to share power. Unlike Burnbottom’s mother, NoHead’s mother was actually present in her son’s childhood.
Mrs. Twisted NoHead Edit
In marrying Mrs. Twisted NoHead, Mr. Stupid NoHead made a “respectable mutant marriage”, as was expected of him. There is no indication that their relationship went beyond this. He never expressed any love or concern for her. It was Rotta Hecks to whom he spoke in a romantic manner instead. However, he and Mrs. Twisted NoHead did seem to work effectively together as NoHeads. She fought with Mr. Stupid NoHead in several battles, and while she served a large role in the training of Hell Burnbottom, she trained Mean King on her own. Both of them were also in a gang during training periods in their childhood.
Mr. Stupid NoHead once told his father that if he had sons, he would gladly give them up if necessary to help the NoHead cause. He and Mrs. Twisted NoHead ended up giving birth to three children: Hell Burnbottom, Brute Gunray, and Mean King.
Rotta Hecks Edit
Rotta Hecks was among Mr. Stupid NoHead’s most loyal and trusted NoHeads. She was fanatically loyal to her master. After she accidentally revealed her powers to Greg, she did not deny her association with him. Instead, she proudly declared that she remained his most loyal servant and that there was nothing Greg could do.
Her obsession extended to her being in love with and sexually attracted to him. On at least one occasion, during a meeting of the NoHeads, her face flushed and her eyes welled up with tears when he praised her. Only slightly did he reciprocate her emotional attachment, as he did not understand or feel any need for love. Due to his egotistical and self-centered nature, however, it is possible that he was at least pleased with her desire for him and her loyalty. He did seem to consider her of greater importance than most of his other servants. At the conclusion of Operation: Purge, he grabbed her and Apparated away with her; she was the sole person who he bothered to help. However, he ultimately murdered her in anger, and due to his incapability of emotional attachment, he did not regret doing so.
Although Rotta and Mr. Stupid NoHead were both already married to other people (Mrs. Twisted NoHead and Greg Hecks), both unions seemed to be nothing more than a business-like partnership. It was NoHead to whom she spoke in a romantic manner. She was outraged by anyone showing him the slightest disrespect.
Ever since the Attack on the NoHead Base, Mr. Stupid NoHead saw Paige as his mortal enemy. He tried to kill her twice, but both attempts were thwarted. Like Baby Strength, Paige had a seething hatred of him, and although she wanted to hurt him, she knew such feelings were disapprovable among the S.M.S.B. ranks. After an attack on the new NoHead base, Paige tried to kill him only to be stopped by Sebiscuits. Ironically, Paige was the reason that the police were destroyed because her extremism enabled Mr. Stupid NoHead to convert Sebiscuits to the way of the NoHeads and gave him the pretext he needed to activate Operation: Purge.
- Mr. Stupid NoHead is often considered by fans as one of the most evil fictional villains ever.
- Like several other villains, including Tom Riddle and Scarlet Overkill, Mr. Stupid NoHead has not actually succeeded in toppling any governments, though unlike them he has committed the crippling blow of Operation: Purge.
- Mr. Stupid NoHead’s appearance is comparable to that of the Evil Queen’s witch form in “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” Coincidentally, both of their disfigured appearances had some relation to lightning that they summoned (the Queen added lightning to a potion as part of an ingredient to fashion a disguise for herself and NoHead’s body ended up disfigured as a result of lightning, amid other things, involved in his torture machine activated by Paige).
- Mr. Stupid NoHead’s defeat and death mimics that of Tom Riddle in “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets”, where both are tortured unintentionally by their archenemy (who is a child) and then their bodies essentially explode.
- It was briefly implied that Andy Serkis would have been a good voice actor for Mr. Stupid NoHead, should “The Super Babies” be made into a movie.
See Also Edit
Notes and References Edit
1. Before the S.M.S.B. - Documentary
External Links Edit
- Mr. Stupid NoHead on The Super Babies Wiki