Multiple Brains – The character has more than one brain that generally leads to superhuman intelligence and/or some type of enhanced processing ability.
Literary Critique of Multiple Brains
Abelard Snazz (2000 AD) is a very funny character created by Alan Moore that creates brilliant solutions with his two brains that invariably backfire (Twisted Times).
Bi-Beast (Marvel) has one brain was given knowledge of warfare and one brain was given knowledge of culture (Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe, 2004).
Fantomex (Marvel) has three brains and interestingly enough there is a theory that in actuality humans have three brains. This means that in the HeroClix game Fantomex can perplex with his backup brain.
Doctor Japanazi (Marvel) is the man with two Axis brains in Incredible Hercules #135 (2009).
The Triune Brain Theory states that the brain consists of the reptilian complex, the paleomammalian complex (limbic system), and the neomammalian complex (neocortex), viewed as structures sequentially added to the forebrain in the course of evolution.
Kree (Marvel) apparently have a third cranial lobe (Captain Marvel V7 #13).
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