|Birthplace:||New Metro City, CA|
|Height:|| 1.8 meters (Human)|
2.3 meters (Blob)
|Weight:|| 160 pounds (Human)|
250 pounds (Blob)
|Hair Color:||None (Formerly Brown)|
|Eye Color:||None (Formerly Green)|
|Enemies:|| Colin Cain|
|Behind the Scenes|
|Home Franchise:||Bio-Man (Series)|
|Appears in:||Bio-Man 3|
- "Holly! You did this to me! It's your fault!"
Phil Wittman, also known by his alter-ego Tarman, was a fictional supervillain created by Justin Wolfe and the main antagonist of Bio-Man 3. He was a close friend of Holly's in college, and he went to study abroad for paleontology. After returning to New Metro City, Holly gave him a tour of the new paleontology lab funded by Cortech Industries. While they are testing out a robotic arm designed by Holly, there is a malfunction and the robot arm knocked Phil over the end of the walkway. Holly failed to hold onto his hand and he fell. The intense heat of the tar caused him to become one with it.
The Legacy of Phil WittmanEdit
Phil's name has no real origin.
Phil Wittman was a average-height Caucasian male of average build. He had spiky brown hair and green eyes. He wears a gray jacket, black dress pants, and brown loafers. He also wears a silver watch. As the Tarman, Phil resembles a large blob of a black tar-like substance with a human torso on top of it. He has no eyes (hollow sockets) and no hair.
Phil was a very kind and charismatic man who was known for his wit and charm. He is very intelligent and very ambitious. However, he doesn't let his ambitions get too large, and he is very kind and considerate. As the Tarman, he has a massive grudge against Holly, and is actively interested in murdering her to get revenge.
As Phil, he had an impressive intellect as large of Holly's. He was an expert in paleontology. As Tarman, he is able to dissolve into puddles, take on different shapes, and change his size. He is incredibly fast for tar, and incredibly powerful. He is able to crawl through small places in his puddle-like form and snake through pipes. However, he is very vulnerable to the cold.