I just checked my deviation count and something told me that my next deviation is gonna be my 666th. 666 means Mark of the Beast which means I'm gonna upload something related. And it's....
...Actually, the demon this Injustice guest fighter entry is about is an anti-antichrist. He was originally going to be a bringer of Armageddon but he was raised by us humans to fight for the side of good instead.
This is Hellboy, who crossovered with Batman and a Golden Age superhero named Starman. Well now he's back to meeting Batman again. This tim, it's in Injustice: Gods Among Us.
*As I said before, Hellboy crossovered with Batman, so there are allusions to the crossovers he appeared in. One were they rescue Starman from a gang of Neo-Nazis and one where they face an eldritch abomination (the type of monsters Hellboy faces from time to time).
*Because Ron Perlman is reprising his role as Hellboy, there are clash quotes with him and Deathstroke (except for only one of them) in which he starts talking like Deathstroke's cartoon counterpart. It should be noted that Ron Perlman voiced Deathstroke (a.k.a. Slade) in the Teen Titans cartoon show and Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox.
*When you think about it, if there was Mortal Kombat vs. Dark Horse Universe (which, just like with Mortal Kombat vs. Marvel Universe, would be SO MUCH BETTER than Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe), Hellboy would definitely be Scorpion's rival. After all, both of them are antiheroes from Hell so I figured I'd put alot of clash quotes between him and Scorpion. This is like with the deal with a matchup between Scorpion and Etrigan (at least in my version of Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe), especially since both Etrigan and Hellboy are demons who work for the good guys. So yeah, Scorpion's rivals in most superhero crossovers will tend to be Hellish anti-heroes.
Hellboy © Dark Horse ComicsInjustice: Gods Among Us © NetheRealm Studios, Warner Bros. and DC Comics