Landslide of the Outcasts (Spider-Man / Hulk character) (Marvel Comics)




The Outcasts are obscure Marvel characters. Their main and original appearance was in a charmingly childish 1980 issue of Marvel Treasury Edition.

We don’t have a Subterranea article yet. But for some context you can check the entries for Grotesk and Queen Kala.


  • Real Name: Unrevealed.
  • Marital Status: Unrevealed.
  • Known Relatives: None.
  • Group Affiliation: Outcasts.
  • Base Of Operations: Subterranea.
  • Height: 5’10” Weight: 120 lbs.
  • Eyes: Unrevealed Hair: Black


Powers and Abilities

Landslide has much the same powers as Avalanche. He tends to mostly creates linear shockwaves ripping the Earth. In DC Heroes RPG terms, that’s using Earth Control to inflict Bashing damage.

Like Avalanche, he can pulverise rock and earth with but a gesture. Unlike Avalanche, he can affect living beings directly with his power.


The Outcasts are disfigured or otherwise hideous people who fled the surface world. They explored the extensive network of underground caves under Marvel Earth. They eventually found the subterranean realm of the Mole Man, who had undergone similar trials, and gradually formed the Outcasts.

The Mole Man gave the Outcasts superhuman powers. He occasionally relied on them as a group of super-operatives.

The Outcasts where first seen when the Mole-Man and Kala clashed during the Winter Olympic Games in a contest to find the source of eternal youth. They tangled with Spider-Man (Peter Parker), the Hulk (Bruce Banner) and some Olympic champions who had been outfitted with high-tech gear.

The Outcasts later fought against an invasion of Dire Wraiths in parts of Subterranea under Virginia – then against Rom and Starshine. The Outcasts had briefly mistaken the Space Knights for Wraiths, and the Space Knights thought the Outcasts were responsible for disappearances in the surface world.



During the 1991 Subterranean War, Kala fled Subterranea to gain assistance from the heroes of the surface world. She went to Iron Man (Tony Stark), whom she had met years before. The Mole Man sent the Outcasts after Kala to force her to return.

The Outcasts attacked Iron Man, with Digger and Landslide grabbing Kala and heading back to their realm. Kala convinced them to take her to the Netherworlders instead. But the Netherworlders sought to kill her for past actions. However, Iron Man arrived. He and the Outcasts fought the locals off.

The Netherworlders, fearing destruction from her allies, elected to offer Kala their rule once again. However, Kala declined the offer, and left to try to find the missing Mole Man.


Landslide is unusually skinny.


Doesn’t seem particularly aggressive. In fact he often sounds like he wants to be a super-hero for Subterranea.


“Your mad acts of destruction must cease, surface-dweller, or you shall answer for them to Landslide !”

Game Stats — DC Heroes RPG

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Dex: 03 Str: 02 Bod: 03 Motivation: Unwanted power
Int: 03 Wil: 03 Min: 03 Occupation: Outcast
Inf: 03 Aur: 03 Spi: 03 Resources {or Wealth}: 003
Init: 009 HP: 010

Earth control: 08, Vibe: 12

Bonuses and Limitations:

  • Earth control cannot create a dirt storm (-1).
  • Vibe is only half as effective (6 APs) against living beings (-1).
  • Vibe is Diminishing (-1).

None demonstrated.

None demonstrated.

Outcasts (Low), Mole Man (Low).

Creepy Appearance, Attack Vulnerability (-2CS OV/RV against bright lights).

Protective hood [BODY 03, Shade: 02].

By Sébastien Andrivet.

Source of Character: Old Marvel comics.

Helper(s): for describing events in Iron Man annual #12, which I don’t have.