Character sourced from: Horror

Dr. Herbert West

CBUB Wins: 1
CBUB Losses: 5
Win Percentage: 16.67%

Added by: agustinaldo

Read more about Dr. Herbert West at: Wikipedia

Official Site: H.P. Lovecraft

Herbert West is a fictional character created by H. P. Lovecraft for his short story "Herbert West—Reanimator", first published in 1922. There have been several adaptations of the story including Herbert West as played by Jeffrey Combs in the 1985 Re-Animator movie and its two sequels, Bride of Re-Animator and Beyond Re-Animator.

Herbert West is the inventor of a special solution that when injected into a main artery of a recently deceased person causes the body's mechanical, living functions to return. However, most subjects that have undergone the "re-animation" process have turned violent and, after failed attempts to return to their own graves, have terrorized the communities into which they were reanimated.

In Lovecraft's tale, Herbert West was ostracized by his fellow medical students because he believed he could overcome death and had only one friend: the unnamed narrator of the story. After a series of successful experiments Herbert West is eventually torn to pieces by his own experiments.

The character of Herbert West returned to popular media in the Stuart Gordon film Re-Animator and its sequels, starring Jeffrey Combs as Dr. West. These films transplant the character into the modern day (1980s-2000s) rather than the Prohibition era and changes his hair from Lovecraft's specified blond to brown, but otherwise the character remains unchanged. In the first two films the equivalent of West's nameless companion is Dr. Dan Cain, who finds himself embroiled in West's experiments.

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Regular play Record:

Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Win Dr. Frank N. Furter 62 to 38
Loss Ashley J. Williams 10 to 31
Loss Sherlock Holmes 10 to 26
Loss Sherlock Holmes 7 to 29
Loss Sherlock Holmes 2 to 31
Loss Arkham Asylum 7 to 20