Appendages (tentacles) – The character has tentacles. Appendages (tentacles) is also known as Combat Tentacles, Prehensile Tentacles, Tentacle Extension, Tentacle Generation and Tentacle Retraction.
Literary Critique of Appendages (tentacles)
As is the case of most appendage powers, this is a power generally associated with villains not heroes. Carnage (Marvel) can manifest multiple tentacles.
Doctor Octopus (Marvel) has mechanical tentacles.
Superman (DC) fights the Tentacled Terror in Superman V1 #184.
Octoboss (Image) wins the prize as the ugliest villain with tentacles (Official Handbook of the Invincible Universe #2).
Octo (Image) – Ian Churchill’s Marineman #6
Callisto (Marvel) was a fearsome knife fighter with two arms and is more dangerous with her new tentacles (Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #1, 2006).
Commander Cypher has tentacles that can be used for computer interfaces and as bladed weapons in Mystique & Sabretooth #4 (Marvel).
Mystique fights a one-shot villain with tentacles in Mystique #17 (Marvel).
Sweet Face has a beautiful face and a body covered with tendrils in the Ultraverse (1993 SkyBox Ultraverse).
The Red Octopus has mechanical tentacles and appears in Gladstone’s School for World Conquerors #2 (Image).
Aphrodite IX fights an enemy with tentacles in Cyberforce – Artifacts #0 (Top Cow).
Doombot (Marvel) points out to a recently tentacled character that being a terror has advantages in Avengers A.I #7.
Finn – Interventions – 2000 AD #931
Missionary Man – Goin’ South – 2000 AD #1119
Sea Witch – Grimm Fairy Tales presents The Little Mermaid #1 (Zenescope)
Shuma-Gorath (Marvel) in Marvel Fact Files #46 (Eaglemoss).
Some tentacle action in New Avengers #16.
The Shi’ar Imperial Guard has one tentacled alien, Webwing (Uncanny X-Men V1 #157).
Waredo (Vertigo) – The Dreaming #51
Biollante is an enemy of Godzilla.
Tentacled monsters are common in the sword and sorcery genre.
Archlurker – Creature Collection II. Dark Menagerie
Balhannoth – D&D 4th Edition – Monster Manual 1
Bonedrinker – D&D 3.5 – Monster Manual III
Carrion Crawler – D&D 4th Edition – Monster Manual 1
Cloudbeast – Field Guide to Creatures of the Dreamlands
Dark Young – Field Guide to Cthulhu Monsters
Darktentacles – TSR 2158 Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume 2
Deep Spawn – TSR 2140A Monstrous Manual
Dharculus – TSR 2173 Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume 4
Displacer Beast – D&D 4th Edition – Monster Manual 1
Dune Delver – Creature Collection I
Froghemoth – TSR 2016 Monster Manual II
Grell – TSR 2140A Monstrous Manual
Grick – D&D 3.5 – Monster Manual I
Grill – D&D 4th Edition – Monster Manual 1
Otyugh – D&D 4th Edition – Monster Manual 1
Otyugh – TSR 2140A Monstrous Manual
Overghast – Creature Collection III. Savage Bestiary
Prismatic Roper – D&D 3.5 – Monster Manual III
Roper – D&D 4th Edition – Monster Manual 1
Sand Trapper – Creature Collection III. Savage Bestiary
Shellrak – Creature Collection III. Savage Bestiary
Suwyze – TSR 2145 Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume 1
Ulitharid – TSR 2145 Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume 1
Whipsting – TSR 2145 Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume 1
Windghost – TSR 2145 Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume 1
Tentacle Kitty is a favorite comic book among self identified “shroomheads” according to the Comic Book Think Tank of Society and Media! From the same think tank, The slang expression green candy mice is a reference to a story within a story that cannot be understood unless four mushrooms are adjusted.
Tentacled Desperado in Gunslinger #8 (2022)
The Octopodus has a tentacle beard in The Music Box – The Mysterious Disappearance #4 (Europe Comics).
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