In the webcomic, The Great Food Tub resembled a pig with a human body. He had two very sharp bottom teeth, pointed ears and the nostrils of a pig.
The Great Food Tub had a very gluttonous personality, and he desired to consume all the heroes. Although he preferred eating humans, he had no problem eating a fellow monster when presented to him. After G5 fed him a monster, The Great Food Tub left and apologized for blocking the way.
The Great Food Tub is first seen encountering Royal Ripper as he escorts Tareo to his cell and tries to eat Tareo. However, Royal Ripper states that the child is his and sarcastically asks The Great Food Tub to cut his own tail to satisfy his own hunger. Subsequently, The Great Food Tub tries to attack G5 as the latter tries to pass through, but G5 grabs a monster and throws it at The Great Food Tub's mouth, causing him to eat the monster on the spot. The Great Food Tub then leaves the scene satisfied.
The Great Food Tub eventually comes across Pig God, giving a monologue about his status as the gluttonous monster that will consume all heroes whole before lunging at the hero. Atomic Samurai's disciples later witness him being swallowed alive by Pig God.
Great Food Tub is first seen in the Webcomic with the other monsters, preparing for the attack against the heroes invading their headquarters. Great Food Tub notices Royal Ripper's absence and asks Black Sperm where he is, to which Black Sperm replies he is most likely torturing Tareo. He is later killed in a similar manner as in the manga.
Abilities and Powers
Based on his status as a Demon-level threat, he was likely very strong. He ate his opponents. However, very little can be said beyond that, as he is consumed by Pig God before he could show off any of his abilities, leaving the exact details of his power unknown.
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- His death was ironic, as he was a glutton who wanted to consume everyone and everything, but he was consumed by Pig God himself.
- His name is a pun on the expression 大食漢 (Taishokkan, "Glutton").