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Rat King
Biographical information
Home

Abandoned buildings

Ethnicity

White

Aliases

The Slayer, The, Monster

Date of birth

Ambiguous

Weapon(s) of choice

Rat armies

Occupation

Rodent overlord

Affiliation

EPF

Physical description
Species

Human Clone with rat, alien, and turtle DNA

Gender

Male

Hair color

Black

Eye color

Varied

Out of universe information
Era(s)

2003 series, Back to the Sewer

First appearance

Bishop's Gambit (as Slayer)
I, Monster (as Rat King)

Created by

Jim Lawson
Greg Johnson

Voiced by

David Zen Mansley

Teachers and Students
Teacher(s)

John Bishop

  [Source]

In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003) the Rat King (who is never referred to as such and voiced by David Zen Mansley) appears in the episode "I, Monster", which is an adaptation of his first appearance in the Mirage Comics. Instead of dying like in the comics, the Rat King survives the fall into the silo after his fight with Leonardo.

Throughout "I, Monster", various flashbacks reveal the origin of this series' version of the Rat King; the episode reveals the Rat King was originally the Slayer, from the episode "Bishop's Gambit", a prototype bio-mechanical super soldier created by Agent Bishop using genetically manipulated, alien, the turtles, his own and Splinter's DNA. The Slayer was meant to be used to fight off any alien threats and was given a test run against the Turtles, who broke into Bishop's laboratory looking for the kidnapped Splinter. The Slayer was presumed destroyed when a fight between it, the Ninja Turtles, Splinter and Bishop flooded the agent's lab. In actuality, the Slayer survived and was sent hurtling through the sewers, eventually being deposited near the industrial park the events of "I, Monster" take place in. Losing several of its robotic parts, cloaking device and healing ability, the Slayer degenerated into an even more monstrous form, becoming the Rat King, as the rats don't fear him. It is never said how he controls rats, but presumably it is related to his being formed from mutated rat (Splinter's) DNA.

Back to the Sewer

The Rat King later appears in the episode "Wedding Bells and Bytes", secretly watching Casey and April's wedding from a distance with a smile.

It appears that by this time he had somehow recovered his healing, as his body was practically whole save for the robotic parts.

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