Garbo is a depressed clown kaiju created by Scoobydooman90001.
While the origins of Garbo's name remains unclear, it has been noted that in his home universe, it is synonymous with the word 'garbage'. When telling his family this, they agreed with it and thought it to be accurate.
Garbo has a giant sturdy body, with a huge hunchback. His skin is an very pale white colour and he has two black crosses for eyes. His arms are incredibly long and protrude out of his hunchback. He has legs similar to that of a turkey. He has a giant red nose and red curly hair. Considering his hunchback to be a disfigurement, he hides it and his shame of it by wearing a long yellow robe covered in blue spots. The robe is too long for him so a bit of it is always slumped on the floor behind him.
It is unknown where Garbo came from. He has lived in multiple universes but ended up residing in Universe 1104 with the other refugee kaiju. He shared a room with Keemosaur and despite not liking him, continued to hang around with him. He mostly did this because he didn't want to be lonely. However, this soon began to backfire as Keemosaur began to believe that they were great friends. As Keemosaur began to get more and more annoying, Garbo began to develop bigger suicidal tendencies than before. Unaware that Keemosaur was planning to leave the refugee universe and move to Universe 1602, where he would finally be away from him, Garbo deliberately killed himself through the use of a lethal overdose. Nobody went to his funeral because they didn't care.
In the Council of Creators season one finale, Return of the Fallen, a kaiju named Mitch claimed to be Garbo's brother. However, this actually isn't true and Mitch is just weird. Poor guy. Feel sorry for him.
If Garbo's life hadn't already been awful enough, it was soon discovered that his lifeless corpse had been dumped in some unknown universe on a planet made entirely of snow and ice. His body was discovered by a flying saucer that had been sent to scout the planet and determine if it could host any forms of life. The aliens, known only as the Tall Aliens, noticed his bright yellow body almost immediately among the rest of the white and blue environment and decided to take it with them on their travels.
The ice planet wasn't suitable for them. They were looking for new uninhabited planets to settle down on as their own planet had been destroyed. To pass the time and alleviate the boredom, they created a tiny pocket universe that they put Garbo into, teleporting him inside of it. Resurrecting him and placing him in a society of humans, they altered his memories so that he had no memories of what had happened before his death, instead making him believe that he was a successful professional performer with a happy family. He now had a wife, Garbette, a son, Garbo Junior, a daughter, Garbina, and a new baby on the way.
While at first just letting his life play out and watching it as it went along, the Tall Aliens eventually got bored and decided to have some fun. Manipulating the pocket universe so that his wife and her unborn child died in a horrific car crash, they watched as he fell into a deep state of depression once more. Now a single father with two kids, he was finding it much harder to support his family. Things would only get worse when Garbina went missing one day, having been abducted by an unknown man after a day at school.
His mental state getting even worse, Garbo just couldn't cope anymore. Turning to alcohol, he became an addict and stopped going to work, racking up debts and not being able to pay any of them off. Any time Garbo Junior would try and interact with him, he'd either just hit the kid to shut him up or cruelly tell him to go ask his mother. One day, on a trip to school, things had just gotten too much for him. Driving away into the countryside, Garbo sped down the narrow road at full speed. Locking the doors so that Garbo Junior couldn't exit the vehicle, he finally smiled one last time before crashing into another car, killing himself, his son and the occupants of the other car.
He was at peace at last, unknowingly for the second time, but that was soon about to change. Realising that they had nothing to do now, the Tall Aliens extracted his mutilated corpse from the pocket universe and restored him back to how he was when they first found him, resurrecting him once again. Resetting the pocket universe to start anew, they once again altered Garbo's memories and gave him a new life and backstory, making sure that every single life he lived ended terribly. Unaware of the fate that has been bestowed upon him, Garbo is in a never-ending loop of living and dying, doomed never to truly be at rest.
Able to control everything within the pocket universe, the Tall Aliens decided to accelerate the rate at which time passed, subjecting Garbo to over 9 billion years of being endlessly resurrected and killed off, each time giving him a new life and keeping him unaware of his past ones. Over this time, Garbo had lived with other 9 billion different versions of his family, completely unaware that they were just new copies.
Finally, after his 9,679,231,675th death in the pocket universe, it seemed as if things would get better for Garbo. The spaceship the Tall Aliens were traveling in soon came under attack from a rival species, the Vardine. Completely storming the ship, they massacred the Tall Aliens on board, taking a few members of their species alive so that they could run tests on them and determine their weaknesses.
Noticing the device that held the pocket universe in, they saw that Garbo had just began a new life. Unsure of what his species was, they decided it would be worth taking him with them and running tests on him too. Extracting Garbo from the pocket universe, they took him as their prisoner and drugged him, rendering him unconscious.
Garbo later awoke in a dark green pod, where he found himself wired in to multiple small machines, some being within his body and performing surgical work, dissecting him while he was awake. Trying to access his memories to determine his planet of origin, the Vardine accidentally unlocked all of his erased memories, allowing them to all come flooding back to him. He could now remember all 9 billion years of his life, from his very first death to his 9,679,231,675th. He could remember over 9 billion versions of his family and the circumstances in which all of them died, and perhaps even worse, that they weren't even genuine to begin with.
With too many memories to sift through and so many deaths to count, the Vardine decided that he was a weak creature and that he was no longer of any use to them. However, as they had over 100 chambers of medical pods such as the one he was in, they decided it wouldn't be much of a loss to just leave him there. For the next 60 years, Garbo would remain in the pod, being operated on 24/7 by machines that would constantly dissect him, patch him up and keep him alive, having not been programmed to ever stop.
- Nothing: Garbo is useless.
- Garbo has attempted to commit suicide multiple times. Most of these attempts are usually caused because of Keemosaur. It is ironic then that his first death occurred just before Keemosaur left the refugee universe.
- Every now and then, the history section is expanded to make his life even more miserable.