- "You are a younger man. But you must be wary of a man like me."
- ―Mr. Hyde in The Mummy.
Edward Hyde is the dark alternate personality of Dr. Henry Jekyll. At some point in his life, Dr. Jekyll underwent a supernatural experiment to cleanse himself of his internal darkness and flaws. Something went horribly wrong and Dr. Jekyll's psyche was fractured between two separate consciousnesses sharing the same body and mind. Unlike the educated and civilized Henry, Edward is a homicidal and aggressive man with superhuman strength and charismatic aggression. Henry was able to develop a serum to suppress Edward's aggression and personality, while also seeking a way to cure himself of Edward's presence through his studies with Prodigium.
Physical description Edit
Edward Hyde retains the appearance of Dr. Henry Jekyll, but has some physical alterations. After taking control, his eyes become completely bloodshot, dark veins appear throughout his body, the skin becomes slightly blacken, and his hands enlarge with long fingernails.
Powers & Abilities Edit
- Superhuman Strength: Hyde possesses extraordinarily strength. He was able to throw Nick several feet and lift him off the ground with minimal effort. Another example is smashing Jekyll's security system, indicating that the Prodigium cannot contain him forever.
- Hand-to-hand Brawler:
- Dr. Jekyll's Serum: Desperate to keep Edward Hyde's personality at bay, Jekyll developed a serum to suppress Hyde's dark tendencies and keep his sanity. Until Dr. Jekyll engineers a cure to rid of Hyde completely, he is forced to inject the serum multiple times every day.