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Enderman is one of the main antagonists of the webcomic Pastamonsters. He is a rival to Slenderman in terms of profit and business. He runs a gang of monsters consisting of himself, the Rake, and B.O.B. 


Enderman is a member of a species of mysterious creature that resides in the world of Minecraft. They are normally neutral but once attacked, they can become very violent. Endermen are very vulnerable to water. He is Slenderman's business rival and arch-enemy. Is always trying to overthrow Slenderman via business tactics or manipulating the Proxies. Barring that, he ultimately aims for crushing all of the Under Realm beneath his feet. 

Being the most commonly recurring antagonist, he is always causing dismay towards the Proxies and is almost always trying to kill them.

The Chain Mail

Enderman appears as the true main antagonist of The Chain Mail (it is also perhaps the most evil he has shown to be.)

Slenderman alerts the proxies that an ancient prophecy is coming. He states that a man named Malitch will rise from the pits of Hell and cast the world into darkness. Jeff scoffs at this, stating he'll stop him easily. Meanwhile, Enderman hears of the prophecy and tells the Rake their going to join Malitch in taking over the world.

Jeff and a few others put on armor and grab random weapons, getting ready to travel to a distant world. Slenderman and a few others stay back in The Under Realm, staying in touch with Jeff via computer. The heroes tell their goodbyes, Sally hugging Jeff and saying she loves him (to which Jeff crudely replies "That'll do, pig. That'll do".) 

Jeff and his friends travel to the world and find it is an island covered in a beautiful jungle. They even meet the natives (or Trolls), who are kind and welcoming to them. The trolls bring Jeff and the gang to their homeland and tend to their wounds (which they sustained when traveling) and treat them with care, giving them massages and coconut juice. The proxies are so caught up in how kind the trolls are and briefly forget about their mission. However, they receive a reminder that the island isn't all harmless when vicious, bloodthirsty Troll-like Creatures ruin the "party". The Creatures brutally kill the kind trolls in cruel ways (crushing their brains out with clubs, slicing their throats with what appears to be spines and ripping out their entrails.) The proxies run away while the Creatures are distracted by their killings.

Later, the Proxies meet Enderman and his gang at a nearby creek. Enderman reveals his intentions to steal Malitch's trophy for himself and kill them all. Suddenly, BEN throws at Enderman, causing Enderman and his gang to engage in a rock war with the Proxies. Enderman has trouble throwing rocks, due to his lack of fingers, and is mercilessly pelted with rocks. The Rake and B.O.B retreat as Enderman desperately tries to crawl away in defeat.

Meanwhile, Enderman, enraged from being humiliated by the Proxies, tells his team to double their efforts to get the trophy. Suddenly, Enderman and his gang see a tribe of trolls running away from the Creatures and stops them. Enderman at first doesn't like their kindness and tells them to be eviler, in return, he will provide them shelter from the vicious monsters of the forest. Wanting to please Enderman and after receiving a warning from B.O.B, they join him in his efforts

Eventually, the Proxies make it to the mountain and rush towards the trophy. Just before Jeff is able to grab it, Enderman appears at takes it out of his grasp, mocking Jeff for being too slow and laughing maniacally. As he was laughing, BEN threw a rock at Enderman's head, causing him to writhe in pain and sending the trophy tumbling down. A game of Hot Potatoe ensues as Enderman's forces and the Proxies fight for the power of the trophy.

In the end, Enderman catches the trophy and absorbs the energy, turning into a dragon-like demon of god-like power. He hypnotizes all creatures on the island and burns the entire island to the ground. Enderman reveals his intentions to use his form to dominate the universe, killing and enslaving all in his path, starting with the Proxies. Enderman and his army battle Jeff and the Proxies in an all-out war. Enderman battles Jeff and manages to briefly overpower him. Jeff fires a beam at Enderman and at the same time Enderman fires a powerful fire beam and they connect. Jack's spirit suddenly appears and gives Jeff move power and Jeff is able to destroy Enderman. 

To Proxy Mountain

Enderman is introduced after overhearing the Proxies mission to enter space to stop the deceased Eyeless Jack from exacting revenge. He enlists the help of the Jeff Club, who are upset that despite saying he will, Jeff never attends their meetings. He turns his home into a space station, following the Proxies into space, intending to kill them ounce and for all.

After finding out Mancala has infiltrated the Proxies ranks (disguised as Ben, who Mancala previously stowed in a closet) Enderman video chats with Mancala, forming an alliance with him, only to be interrupted by Jane the Killer entering the room, who Mancala promptly brainwashes.

Enderman is later spotted by Jeff's crew and is engaged. They battle for a minute until Enderman, who came with little fire power, is forced to retreat. Realizing they are outgunned, Enderman orders Mancala and the now-assimilated Jane the Killer to destroy the mansion. Hoody overhears this but is quickly brainwashed by the two.

Enderman, after overhearing Slenderman's prized safe is on Earth, sends various minions to collect the safe before Slenderman can get it. Jeff sends Laughing Jack, Widemouth and Plague Doctor down to get it via teleportation. Once they arrive Enderman's men have already arrived and start interrogating them. Widemouth begins taunting them, saying he can't die prompting them to shoot him and kill him, but he simply revives (this happens 6 times in a row until they give up). They eventually knock them out and steal the safe but Jeff teleports there suited in a bomb suit and a minigame, engaging the hundreds of soldiers in a long battle. Eventually, Jeff wins the battle and retrieves the safe, teleporting him, Laughing Jack, Widemouth and the Plague Doctor back to the mansion. Enderman is enraged and kicks the wall, hurting his own foot.

Later, Mancala, Jane, and Hoody make their move, almost killing the proxies until Jane and Hoody are restored to their normal selves and battle Mancala. Even then, Mancala dominates the fight until Slenderman promptly tossed him around. Mancala gets up, swearing to kill them all until he hears Enderman, B.O.B the Rake conversing on his communicator (because B.O.B was sitting on the communication button). They talk about how they will betray Mancala, and how foolish Mancala was to trust them. This makes Mancala absolutely furious as he promises to kill Enderman and his allies after the Proxies. Before Mancala can make a move BEN (who managed escaped from the closet) slices Mancala in half with a sword and then knock him out the window, presumably killing him.

Enderman entered the meeting room in his ship and contacted Zalgo. It is then revealed Zalgo had corrupted Eyeless Jack's soul rather than Jack wanting to destroy the universe out of spite. When Enderman tells Zalgo the Proxies are halfway across the galaxy, Zalgo sends a red lightning bolt towards Proxy Mansion, catching half of it on fire.

Later, Jane and the Laughing Jack (Jack disguised as B.O.B) are sent to Enderman's ship to spy on him and uncover secrets. Enderman falls for the trick and even welcomes them into the ship, not suspecting a thing. Unbeknownst to him, the Proxies are arming themselves (excluding Jeff, who is preparing to enter Eyeless Jack's soul), preparing to lead an all-out assault on Enderman's ship.

Enderman forces Jane and Laughing Jack to have a concert to amuse him, to which they agree, as it will distract Enderman. As they begin their musical number, the Proxies, led by BEN, teleport inside Enderman's ship and engage in a firefight with his guards, Enderman not noticing due to the loud music. During this, Jeff gets in a flying car and heads towards Eyeless Jack's soul. He flies towards it, only to be intercepted by the Rake, who is in an X-wing-like vehicle. The two engage in a space battle. Enderman, moved by the music, joins in the musical number, noting how even though it's useless to sing because they're all going to die, he can't help but join in. However, Laughing Jack joins in the song, which blows their cover, as Enderman notes that B.O.B can't sing that well, ordering his henchmen to kill Jane and Laughing Jack. The two teleport away before the henchmen raise their guns. On the other side of the side, BEN and the Proxies deactivate Enderman's deflector shields and then escape to engage Enderman in battle.

Enderman, B.O.B, and the Rake initially begin to win the fight, as Mancala (who found his way back into the Proxies ship a few hours ago) begins to attack the Proxies from inside. However, BEN sends Mancala flying out the window and prepares their ultimate attack. Enderman prepares to finally kill the Proxies, happily stating nothing can stop him. Just then, Mancala breaks into Enderman's spaceship, still enraged at Enderman for plotting to betray him. Mancala chases Enderman, B.O.B, and the Rake around the ship. Eventually, Mancala has the three by the neck until he realizes BEN had launched to Proxies' ultimate attack at Enderman's ship (the blue spiked turtle from the Mario franchise). The turtle hits Enderman's ship, causing Enderman's ship to explode in a supernova level explosion, with Enderman, B.O.B, the Rake, and Mancala still inside.


Enderman embodies the very essence of a tyrannical boss. He is incredibly bossy, mean, and hard to please. Along with not actually paying his employees, he often uses them as test subjects for his latest scheme. This has led a lot of people in and out of the Under Realm to loathe him. Even Zalgo, a demon who destroys planets for fun, doesn't think too highly of him, if Eyeless Jack is right in his statement that Enderman overestimates his role in the Under Realm so much he underpays any agent unlucky enough to work for him. In fact, in "Legends of the Multiverse", Zalgo even halfheartedly thanked Jeff, expressing some gratitude for foiling Enderman's hairbrained schemes. Although, B.O.B does calls him "a good friend", but seeing as how this is coming from B.O.B, the statement rings hollow. 

Despite this, Enderman is not actually as dangerous as he wants to be. Even disregarding Zalgo, sometimes he's too incompetent to pull off an Evil Plan. He lacks Slenderman's pragmatism and strength, the brains of X or Mancala, or the power of Zalgo. Despite his ambition to kill Slenderman and the Proxies and take over the universe, he's easily misled by Mancala, fails to pose a serious challenge to Slenderman during most situations, and is forced to take advice from other enemies.

He is incredibly sadistic, as he enjoys torturing and killing any of Slenderman's proxies that he manages to capture. We don't see any of it, but his introduction in the episode "Dog Days" makes it pretty clear that he's just had a go at torturing and murdering a Proxy captive "Mr. X", for laughs.


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  • There is a running gag in many episodes he appears in that he will explode if angered.
  • During the first few stories, Enderman didn't make a lot of appearances, but in the newer episodes, he appears in a lot of them and is the main antagonist.
  • Enderman is left-handed.
  • Enderman's age is highly contested. One episode claims Enderman and Slenderman were born exactly on the same day and same time. In contrast, Comickit once said that Enderman was in his early 60s.
  • Despite all of Enderman's schemes, he has only been arrested five times. However, no matter how many times he is put in prison, he will always end up out of prison the next episode he appears.
  • His real name is "Shelly".
  • Enderman is college educated.
  • Enderman is afraid of whales.
  • Out of his whole family, he seems to be the smartest, as his family is shown to be clueless and unintelligent.
  • His family is made up of Lincoln Logs (or what they appear to be).
  • According to "The Chain Mail" Enderman has made 1,003 failed attempts to overthrow Enderman.
  • In earlier episodes, Enderman was depicted as a truly evil sociopath. In earlier episodes, he was a sinister, cackling presence that wasn't afraid to look Jeff and BEN in the eye and threaten to kill them. More importantly, he held the intention of wiping out an entire city full of people for the sole purpose of showing of testing a new device; the episode made it explicitly clear Enderman and his team would not stop until they were all dead. Come the actual series, he's much more cowardly and benign, with a characterization that drifts back and forth between "a stereotypical Evil Genius and a bit of an irresponsible curmudgeon" and "irritable jerkass who gets mad at the Proxies for getting on his lawn"
    • Enderman is a lot more evil and depraved in "The Chain Mail", while he is usually portrayed as a rather typical arrogant villain (who still has some threatening moments), in "The Chain Mail" he enslaved a race of innocent creatures, turned into a monstrous dragon and literally burned down all of the alternate universe, killing and slaughtering countless innocents. He also states he planned to "wipe the alternate universe from existence" (which he seems to have succeeded in, as the alternate universe crumbled after his defeat) and "torch the Under Realm o the ground" and take over Earth. 
  • His voice is done by auto-tune.
  • Enderman represents the Deadly Sin of Envy.
  • Enderman has been killed thirty times over the course of the series.