His son, Eugene, donned his father's costume as Fabulous Frog-Man in an attempt to be a crime-fighter to clear his father's name. However, his crime-fighting career became essentially a joke. His two major enemy villains are the White Rabbit, a villainess inspired by the Alice in Wonderland character, and the Walrus, a dimwitted character who essentially had the proportionate abilities of a walrus (tough skin and super-strength, though well below Spider-Man's class).
Frog-Man had a tendency to capture villains simply by dumb luck. Eugene's inability to fully pilot his automated Frog-Man costume caused him to wildly bounce around, scoring sure wins against villains by crashing into them. This questionable method of fighting supervillains accounts for his luck in dealing with the Yellow Claw and Speed Demon. (It should be noted that Captain America assisted in the battle against the Claw.) Both villains were later contacted by the White Rabbit with proposals for an alliance against him. She later complained to Walrus that both men laughed her off as soon as they heard her codename.
Vincent Patilio was very proud of his son, yet at the same time very worried about him risking his life. He even prevented his son from joining the Defenders. Considering his son's luck, Vincent shouldn't have to worry too much about anything too bad.
NOTHING, NOT EVEN A HURRICANE, CAN SLOW ELIZABETH SILLS. WHETHER CRUSADING FOR ANIMALS OR GIVING THE PRESIDENT AN EARFUL, SHE'S A SELF-DESCRIBED "CITIZEN FIX-IT".(DAILY BREAK)
Dec 21, 2003; Byline: DIANE TENNANT THE VIRGINIAN-PILOT VIRGINIA BEACH -- The poor babies were packed on dry ice for shipping. Such a RELIEF....