|Real Name||William Glenmorgan|
|Current Alias||Congo Bill|
|Base Of Operations||Congo, Africa|
|Universe||Earth-Two, New Earth, Earth-One, Vertigo|
|Creators||Whitney Ellsworth, George Papp|
|First Appearance||Appearance of Death|
Congo Bill was a safari hunter in Africa who gained the ability to transfer his mind into the Golden Gorilla through a magical talisman. Many years later he lost the ability to switch and his mind was forever trapped inside the gorilla.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
- Transformation: For a period of time, Congo Bill possessed the ability to transform back and forth into Congorilla. Merged with Congorilla, Congo Bill benefited from additional strength and stamina.
- Hunting: Bill is a safari hunter, hunting wildlife for food as well as trophies.
- Survival: Bill routinely adventures into the African wilderness and it's deepest jungles with only a pack on his back.
- Stealth: Bill can creep forward with cat-like tread, sneaking up on villains without them ever knowing.
- Tracking: Bill tracks missing persons as well as criminals through the dense jungles and always manages to find them.
- Although this character was originally introduced during DC's Earth-Two era of publication, their existence following the events of the 1985-86 limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths remains intact. However, some elements of the character's Pre-Crisis history may have been altered or removed for Post-Crisis New Earth continuity, and no longer apply.
- Congo Bill was adapted as movie serial in 1948.
- Congo Bill was there with a young Oliver Queen when his parents Moira and Robert Queen were killed by lions on safari.
- Congo Bill had a young man named Janu who acted as his sidekick.
- 199 Appearances of William Glenmorgan (New Earth)
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