Mr. Mind is a villainous space-worm from the planet of Venus. Judging him by his small size is a big mistake; he boasts incredible mental abilities that are more than a match for his enemy, Shazam.
Originally from a race of intelligent space-worms, this especially smart (and also evil) worm made his way from Venus to Earth thanks to a space-probe. He eventually met up with Doctor Sivana, who gave him the appropriate nickname, Mr. Mind. Not long after arriving on Earth, the tiny villain plotted to overrun the planet with his fellow Venusian worms. Luckily, Shazam was able to stop the invasion by teleporting Mr. Mind and his species into freezing space. However, the diabolical Mr. Mind survived, and he would return to Earth more powerful than ever... and looking for revenge...
While his Teen Titans Go! version hasn't been released yet, Mr. Mind's past DC Comics appearances depict him as a small green worm (about 7 inches tall, which is big for a worm, yet still small). In most versions, Mr. Mind has red-orange spots running along his segmented sides. Many cartoon variants of the worm also wear glasses, which make him look even brainier. Other than that, he's got a set of antenna, which Earth worms don't have. They probably help with telepathy.
Powers and Abilities
Venusian Worm Physiological Abilities
- Mind Control: All Venusian worms can control the thoughts of victims, but Mr. Mind has this ability in excess.
- Telepathy: To have telepathy is great enough, but Mr. Mind has been regarded as one of the best in this ability.
- Telekinesis: Like Raven, Mr Mind can move objects with though power.
- Metamorphosis: Mr. Mind can transform from his diminutive size into huge monsters with greater fear-factor/powers.
- Knowledge: Just as a general ability, Mr. Mind has a jealousy-provoking IQ on many subject matters.
- Bilingual/Fluent in Venusian: So far, English and Venusian are Mr. Mind's only known languages, but someone as smart as him undoubtedly knows more.
- Little Elvis (debut)
- Shazam (Mr. Mind's enemy in "Little Elvis") is getting his own DC Extended Universe movie, Shazam!, on April 5, 2019. So, there's a good chance that "Little Elvis" will premier somewhere around that date to coincide with the film.
- Mr. Mind's real name is unknown.
- His voice & laugh sounds in Teen Titans Go! sound nearly similar to Elmo Monster from the educational PBS Kids TV series Sesame Street.