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The Bi-Beast was originally a huge android with two heads (one atop the other - the top skull is given knowledge of warfare while the bottom skull was given a knowledge of culture) created many years ago by the Bird People, an Avian race that were in turn a sub-species of the Inhumans. For reasons unknown, the Avian race died out, and the Bi-Beast was left to its own devices in the floating city of Aerie.[1]

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Years later, the creature saw the Harpy with Bruce Banner, and was reminded of its former Avian masters. The Bi-Beast captured them both and instructed Banner to fix the now-decaying machines in the city. Banner instead chose to cure the Harpy, who reverted back to her original form of Betty Ross soon after. The Bi-Beast became aware of Banner's deception and fought Banner's alter-ego the Hulk, but was distracted when an A.I.M. strike force led by M.O.D.O.K. stormed the city. Rather than allow its home to be captured, the Bi-Beast activated a self-destruct mechanism and perished in the explosion.[1]

Unbeknownst at the time, the Bird People had constructed a second Bi-Beast, which did survive the explosion and continued to be a threat to Hulk and other superheroes.[2]

When the original Bi-Beast destroyed Sky-Island, a cylinder containing the second Bi-Beast was ejected from the city at the moment of the explosion. It landed in the ocean and was retrieved by the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier.[3] Once on board the Helicarrier, Bi-Beast awoke, and imbued with the memories of the first took control of the Helicarrier in hopes of using it to destroy several major cities worldwide.[3] General Thunderbolt Ross realized the danger and forcibly inserted Bruce Banner into the Helicarrier to fight the Bi-Beast as Hulk. The fight ended with both creatures falling through an opening activated by S.H.I.E.L.D., and plunging into the ocean. The Bi-Beast disappeared after this fight and was assumed to have drowned.[4]

Several years after this fight, the Bi-Beast emerged again and began to capture naval ships to recreate Sky-Island. He turned the crews of these ships into his loyal servants to create himself an army.[5] His plans were foiled when the latest vessel he attacked turned out to have Thor on board, in his human guise of Dr. Donald Blake. Thor was able to defeat Bi-Beast and free the enslaved crewmembers.[5] Bi-Beast was freed by his secret ally, the Man-Beast, but both villains where defeated by the combined efforts of Thor and Iron Man.[6]

For a time, the Bi-Beast was a prisoner of the Stranger on his Laboratory World.[7] The creature also battled the Thing and Squirrel Girl.[8] At least one incarnation of the Bi-Beast died on Battleworld, when the Stranger was posing as the Beyonder.[9]

Bi-Beast spent some time in Bagalia as part of the nation of super-villains dubbed the new Masters of Evil.[10] Some time after this, the Bi-Beast was summoned to Las Vegas through the wishing well of Tyrannus, along with a Wendigo, Fin Fang Foom, Umar, and Arm'Cheddon to fight the Hulk. In this battle, the creature teamed up with the Wendigo to use the well's powers to allow them to grow to about thirty feet tall.[11] Despite their new size, Hulk still defeated them both. Bi-Beast was then imprisoned along with Arm'Cheddon in the Dark Dimension by Umar until Tyrannus and Fin Fang Foom raided the dimension, allowing them to escape in the chaos.[12]

For some reason, he also joined the Sinister Sixteen as a flunkie of the Owl.[13]

Bi-Beast later turned up as a prisoner in the secret super-villain prison Pleasant Hill.[14][15]


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  • Android Body: The Bi-Beast is a highly advanced android that rivals the Hulk in terms of strength, is tireless and feels no pain. The dissemination of this information to two minds, however, proves to be a handicap as the heads often argue with one another.[16][17]
    • Superhuman Strength: Bi-Beast possesses vast superhuman strength and can lift over 100 tons.[17]
    • Superhuman Durability: Bi-Beast is extremely durable.[17]


  • Genius-Level Intellect: The Bi-Beast also possesses an extensive knowledge of Avian warfare and culture and has now obtained also all their scientific and technological knowledge.

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