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Tomahawk
BBO Tomahawk
General Information
Species Unknown
Home World Unknown
DNA source Unknown
Body Humanoid Hawk
Powers and Abilities
Abilities Enhanced Strength
Enhanced Durability
Enhanced Agility
Enhanced Reflexes
Enhanced Flexibility
Enhanced Speed
Retractable Talons
Sharp Elbow Blades
Body Spinning
Powerful Kicking
Limited Space Survivability
Details
Voice Actor Yuri Lowenthal
First Appearance The Girl of His Dreams


Tomahawk is the Infinity's DNA sample of an unknown species from an unknown planet in Bryce Bowman: Origins.

Appearance

Tomahawk resembles a combination of a rooster and a hawk.

He has sharp claws on his toes and talons on his hands, as well as two larger talons protruding from his arms.

He has a short beak.

Tomahawk is covered in both black and purple feathers and also has a white mohawk.

Tomahawk wears a black mask with lenses that help his very sharp eyes focus on closer up targets.

The Infinity rests on his upper chest.

Transformation Sequence

Black feathers sprout from Bryce's arm while the Infinity's bright glow deepens. We track the feathers as the begin growing out of his back and then his other arm. Bryce flexes his fingers for a brief second before the fuse together into two fingers and a thumb, covered in yellow scales. A sharp blade slices through his forearm and he closes his fist. Bryce's face morphs with green light into Tomahawk's face. He punches twice with each fist, then kicks the air and poses with his leg still extended.

History

In The Girl of His Dreams, the Infinity chose Tomahawk after Diamondhead was taken out by Sunder. He quickly beat him.

In Her Savior, Tomahawk fights Sunder for a little bit before he runs off and is chased by XLR8.

In Kevin 11 (BBO), Tomahawk fought Sixsix and Vulkanus for a little while, until Kevin stepped in to help.

In Secrets: Part 1, Tomahawk failed to defeat the Alliance and was taken to Vilgax.

In Price of Fame, Tomahawk fought and defeated Sunder.

In Frankenstein's Experiment, Tomahawk replaced Feedback in a fight against Esoterica.

In Monster of the Earth, Tomahawk fought Nemevoc as Equinox, before switching to Wolfsbane.

In Back With a Vengeance (BBO), Tomahawk tried to fight Vilgax and Kevin while keeping Gwen safe but failed.

In Nemesis Returns, Tomahawk fought a Techadon and was not winning, so he changed to Spit Ball.

Powers and Abilities

Tomahawk has retractable talons from his fingers, and scythe-like blades from his elbows. He can cut objects by using the sharp blades on his arms.

He also has enhanced strength, durability, agility and reflexes.

Tomahawk is recognized by Bryce as his best close-range fighter, fighting almost exclusively with its legs, which have surprising flexibility and dexterity as he is able to reach out and grab objects much like an arm. His kicks can generate powerful shockwaves which sends his enemies flying. He is able to kick an object with enough force equivalent to a cannonball. Tomahawk can run very quickly.

Tomahawk is capable of withstanding the vacuum of space, but he still needs to breathe to survive. Without an oxygen-supply, Tomahawk is limited to holding his breath.

Weaknesses

Tomahawk's three-claws and talons are able to work simple movements such as grabbing, holding and pulling the trigger of a blaster, but they are not suited for fine-manipulation, as he is unable to work a cellphone.

Appearances

Gallery

Trivia

  • Tomahawk's mask resembles that of Hawkman.
Bryce Bowman All Related
Series
Bryce Bowman: Origins - Bryce Bowman: Devil's Bounty
Major Characters
Bryce Bowman - Gwen Tennyson - Kevin Levin - Azmuth - Professor Paradox - Max Tennyson - Tetrax Shard - Carolina - York - Maine - Wyoming - North - Tex - South - C.T. - Washington - Cortana - The Alpha
Minor Characters
Marissa Harper - Lieutenant Steele - Technorg - Proto - Bowman 10,000 - Manny Armstrong - Helen Wheels - The Counselor - The Pilot - Delta - F.I.L.S.S. - Omega - The Chorus Elite - The Merchant
Major Villains
Vilgax - Nemevoc - Kevin Levin (Formerly) - Zs'Skayr - Death Dragon - The Rebels - The Director
Minor Villains
Sixsix - Vulkanus - Kraab - Sunder - Zombozo - Acid Breath - Thumbskull - Frightwig - The Wolf - The Mummy - Hex - Rojo - Slix Vigma - Amsol - Dr. Viktor - Esoterica - Proto (temporarily) - The Forever Knights - Charmcaster - Black Scythe (temporarily) - Enoch - Sigma - Florida
Alien Forms
Everglade - XLR8 - Diamondhead - Water Hazard - Big Chill - Shocksquatch - Feedback - Tomahawk - Equinox - Darkflame - Humungousaur - Wolfsbane - Upgrade - Ghostfreak - Jetray - Psychophagus - Spit Ball - Overflow - Clockwise - Atomix - Buzzshock - Aerosaur - Hercules - Jury Rigg - Frankenstrike - Grey Matter - Whiplash - Rockslide - Goop - Echo Echo - Fasttrack - Heatblast - Gutrot - Eatle - Galactica - Spinosaur - Graviton - Armodrillo - Orion Pax - FlameOgre - Blyzzard - AmpFibian - Rath - Bolt - Spidermonkey - Lodestone - Cannonbolt - Brainstorm
Ultimate Forms
Ultimate Humungousaur - Ultimate Big Chill - Ultimate Everglade - Ultimate Galactica - Ultimate Diamondhead - Ultimate Echo Echo
Bowman 10,000's Alien Forms
Cannonbolt - Seaquake - Blyzzard - Ultimate Bowman (Hercules - Thunderclap - Graviton)
Omnitricies
Infinity Omnitrix - Negafinity - The Omnitrix
Crossover Characters
John Spacewalker - Gaia
Crossover Aliens
Gravattack - Vicktor Stein - Espionage - Granodite
Concepts
Time - The Multiverse
Staff
Brywarrior (Head of All Positions) - Sixef (Assistant Director) - Diamondface (Writer)
Temporary Staff
- Reo 54 (Artist) - Dioga Beta (Writer and Director of Monster of the Earth) - CharmcasterX (Co-Writer, Co-Editor, and Co-Director of Bryce Bowman: Omnistorm)
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