Walter, the archenemy of The Mask, is a behemoth-sized mob muscle-man who never speaks (due to getting shot in the throat) and has taken a vendetta against Big-Head (The Mask) for killing his employers. With his seemingly immunity to pain, he is perhaps the only person alive who can fight anyone wearing the Mask and live.
Muscle-man (literally) for the crime lord known as Rapaz. He is silent and loyal to his boss. He is first introduced holding down a drug addict who squealed on Rapaz to Lt. Kellaway. Later, Walter intervenes when a man pulls a gun on Rapaz. However, the man reveals himself to be Lt. Kellaway as The Mask (or "Big Head" as the comics called him.) Walter engaged Big Head in combat, causing the living cartoon character to feel pain for the first time. However, Big Head was able to supposedly kill Walter by sticking electrical circuits from a broken lamp post into Walter's mouth. However, it is revealed that Walter is alive and well. He attacked and killed another crime boss who had put a contract out on Walter on the belieft that Walter had betrayed them. After killing the mobster, Walter allowed himself to be arrested. He was eventually released thanks to corrupt District Attorney Steven Listor. Walter has come to clash with several wearers of the Mask and still manages to remain standing. This alone makes him a deadly force. One time, Walter himself got the Mask, but fortunately and for unknown reasons, it had absolutely no affect on him.
Powers and AbilitiesEditWalter has no actual superpowers. However, he doesn't really need any - his massive size and endurance makes him virtually indestructible. He has been shot, beaten, electrocuted, and possibly anything else in the book and yet he still stands. Not only that, but his colossal strength is one of the few things that can actually cause pain to whoever wears the Mask. This makes Walter one the few biggest foes of Big Head who survives any encounter with him. Walter likes to use his immunity to pain to intimidate anyone with a weak stomach and will such as punching nails into his hand forming a happy face or cutting himself.
In the animated series, Walter never seems to exhibit a personality of any kind. He seems to be characterized only by his mute pursuit of the Mask. On the one occasion he managed to acquire it, it failed to work. This may imply that he has no personality or soul. Walter has a sick sense of sadomasochism, performing self-mutilation to intimidate anyone with a weaker will. He never speaks due to getting shot in the throat.
- The Mask
- The Mask Returns
- The Mask Strikes Back
- The Mask: The Animated Series
- The Mask Is Always Greener on the Other Side Part 1
- The Mask Is Always Greener on the Other Side Part 2
- Sister Mask
- Double Reverse
- Mayor Mask
- How Much Is That Dog in the Tin Can?
- Santa Mask
- Split Personality
- A Comedy of Eras
- Flight as a Feather
- Mask au Gratin
- Boogie with the Man
- Broadway Malady
- Convention of Evil (Appears in flashback)
- To Have and Have Snot
- Mystery Cruise
- Adventures of the Mask
- Night of the Return of the Living Ipkiss...Kinda
- Walter is the only person to wear the mask and have it not affect him at all. It's possible that the Mask causes the user to bring out insanity and the worst side of humanity. Since Walter is insane and has the worst side of humanity before he encounter the Mask, the Mask senses that Walter already has these traits and he doesn't need it. Once you have these traits, the Mask won't work.
- The reason for his pursuit of the Mask is unknown.