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Bad guys rarely get their own movies, but Morbius isn't your ordinary bad guy.

When Nobel Prize-winning biochemist Michael Morbius realized he was dying of a blood disease, he developed a cure using bat blood and electric shocks. But the cure made him into a vampire.

Morbius struggles with his vampirism, constantly searching for a cure for his need to feast on human blood. Still, his good nature is not enough to avoid many confrontations with Spider-Man, who has no tolerance for Morbius' blood-sucking tendencies.

NEXT: Dr. Strange
Last updated August 31 2009: 4:55 PM ET
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