Bound II

Bound II est un personnage de fiction crée par Rick Bota.

Description

Biographie Fictive

Bound II était le mari de Bound. Il était un voleur, un violeur,un meurtrier. Il ouvrit la boîte des Lamentations et fut transformé en Bound II.

Dans Hellraiser 7 il apparait avec Stitch,Chatterer III,Little Sister et Pinhead lorsque Amy ouvre la boîte des Lamentations. Ils tuent les Deaders et veulent transformer Amy en cénobite. Mais elle se suicide et la boîte se referme. Dans Hellraiser 8 il tue Mike en l'empalant sur un crochet dans une hallucination. Dans la réalité il apparait avec Chatterer III et Pinhead lorsque que le père d'Adam ouvre la boîte. Pinhead lui annonce que son fils est en enfer et qu'il va le rejoindre. Lui et Chatterer III le découpe alors en morceaux.

Physique

Bound II est la version masculine de Bound. Comme Bound il a deux sangles de cuir qui lui couvre les yeux et la bouche et des fils de fer autour de la tête. La seule différence avec Bound est qu'il n'a pas de clous sur la tête. Il est armé d'une lame en forme de croissant de lune qui se balance au bout d'une chaîne. Cette arme est la même que celle de Chatterer III.


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