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Electric Catfish Man (電気ナマズ男, Denkinamazu Otoko) is one of the two Monster Association monsters assigned to attack D-City.

AppearanceEdit

He is an enlarged catfish with muscular human arms and legs. He has an electric field emitted from his body.

PersonalityEdit

Unlike most other monsters in the association, he appears to have an understanding of the limits of his strength. Additionally, he gave most of the credit of his victory to Gyoro Gyoro and its decision on who he would fight, instead of boastfully taking all of the credit of his victory like most monsters typically would, demonstrating a less arrogant side.

PlotEdit

Human Monster SagaEdit

Monster Raid ArcEdit

He and Maiko Plasma go to attack the recently rebuilt D-City. At the city, they encounter Lightning Genji. Unfortunately for Lightning Genji, their attributes nullify his stun attacks.[1] The monster pair eventually defeat Lightning Genji.[2]

Back in the Monster Association, she and Electric Catfish Man are discussing their victory over Lightning Genji and remarking that it was thanks to Gyoro Gyoro and its carefully-planned choice of who they would fight that the pair won against the A-class hero.

Abilities & PowersEdit

As a Tiger level threat, Electric Catfish Man is a threat for the lives of a great number of people.

Supernatural AbilitiesEdit

Electricity Generation:

Physical AbilitiesEdit

Electric Catfish Man Attack

Electric Catfish Man's ability to dig under the ground.

Enhanced Durability: Electric Catfish Man can withstand multiple hits from Lightning Genji on top of having immunity to the electricity of the hero's stun rods.[3]

Electricity Immunity: Electric Catfish Man is immune to electricity, as he was unharmed by attacks from Lightning Genji's stun rods.

Enhanced Speed & Reflexes: Electric Catfish Man is able to keep up and outmaneuver Lightning Genji. He also has the ability to to dig under the ground at high speed.[4]

Enhanced Strength: Electric Catfish Man can launch humans several feet with punches and tackles. He can also dig through solid concrete fast enough to catch an A-Class hero offguard. [5]

Fighting StyleEdit

Hand-to-Hand Combatant: Electric Catfish Man is decent at hand to hand combat and was able to defeat an A-class hero.

ReferencesEdit

  1. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 59, page 21
  2. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 61, page 21
  3. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 61, page 17
  4. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 61, page 20
  5. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 61, page 18

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