|Birthplace:||New Metro City, CA|
|Species/Race:|| Human (Henry)|
|Height:|| 1.7 meters (Human)|
2.3 meters (Earthworm)
|Weight:|| 175 pounds (Human)|
265 pounds (Earthworm)
|Eye Color:||None (Formerly Blue)|
|Current Status:||Presumably Alive|
|Allies:|| Cecil Balkey|
|Behind the Scenes|
|Home Franchise:||Bio-Man (Series)|
|Appears in:||Bio-Man 2|
- "I'm...I'm changing...into something. Something worse than anything Cortech could have created..."
Henry Holton, also known by his alter-ego Earthworm, was a fictional supervillain created by Justin Wolfe and arguably the main antagonist of Bio-Man 2. His hometown is New Metro City, CA. Henry Holton was the new CEO of Cortech Industries who, while taking a tour of the new Bio-Cybernetics Lab, was accidentally injected with Earthworm DNA used to help advance human regeneration. Throughout the events of the game, he slowly mutated into a humanoid earthworm creature. After the final boss, Henry's mutation comes to an end, and he undergoes a mitosis-like process where he devolves into a pile of earthworms.
The Legacy of Henry HoltonEdit
Henry's name has no real origin.
Henry is a 6'9" Caucasian male. He is bald and he has blue eyes. He has an abnormally large nose and he has a black beard. He wears a gray suit with a white shirt and black tie. As the Earthworm, he resembles a humanoid earthworm with arms and legs. He has no fingernails or toenails. His skin is segmented and has grown over his ears, nose, and eyes, and his mouth is circular and lamprey-like. He also grows a segmented tail with a clitellum on it.
Henry was a corrupt and crooked CEO who was secretly embezzling money from the company. He cared nothing about actual scientific advancement and was only interested in money. None of his employees respected him, as he was a harsh and abusive boss.
Henry has no abilities on his own. As the Earthworm, however, he is incredibly strong, flexible, and surprisingly fast. He is able to burrow through the ground (even concrete) with relative ease by eating his way through the soil. He is also able to spit coelomic fluid from his mouth and the palms of his hands. As demonstrated when Bio-Man accidentally severs Earthworm's arm, Earthworm can regenerate limbs almost instantly.
- Henry is never referred to as the Earthworm in-game. It is an implied nickname.