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|“||It's not over yet!||„|
|~ Monster Ock|
|~ Monster Ock|
Monster Ock (sometimes spelled Monster-Ock) is the final boss in the 2000 N64, PC, PS1, Sega Dreamcast, and GBC video game; Spider-Man: The Video Game. He is the combined form of Doctor Octopus and Carnage's Symbiote Suit combining into one character.
Monster Ock's CreationAfter Spider-Man defeats Carnage, the symbiote suit rejects Cletus Cassidy. The suit then processed to drip into the lower floor of Doc Ock's lair. The suit ended up attaching itself onto an unconscious Doctor Octopus. When that happened, Doc Ock became the unstoppable Monster Ock.
After Monster Ock attacked Spider-Man and tried to kill him, Spidey, instead of fighting him, is forced to flee the monster as Doc Ock's underwater lab begins to blow up. Monster Ock pursues Spider-Man through vents lining his facility.
Monster Ock's DefeatEventually Monster Ock is defeated after he is engulfed in an explosion. Doc Ock's mechanical arms were severed from his body, the Carnage symbiote retreats into the exploding factory, but Doctor Octopus otherwise survives.
- This Marvel villain is unique as he can't be found in any other comic, TV show, movie, or any other video game, however, the character appears in Ultimate Spider-Man's Symbiote Saga, when Morbius attaches the Carnage symbiote to Doctor Octopus.
- Interestingly, Atrocity from Spider-Man: Edge of Time, and Superior Venom from the Mainstream Marvel Universe are also incarnations of Doctor Octopus being bonded with a Symbiote.
- During development, Monster Ock was originally going to be called; "Super Ock".