He has been accused of several math crimes, including temporal denumeration and shape theft. Although arrested and imprisoned on several occasions, he managed to escape each time; even the famed Nacreum could not hold him.
The Eel insists that he is a law-abiding citizen who is being framed by Baron Zersetzung.
He is known to be a master of disguise, and an expert knife-thrower.
In the News
1904: Illustration of The Eel fighting Neptune Slaughter awarded Pulitzer Award for Best Investigative Reporting.
Six Seconds to Hell is "a reasonably accurate depiction of events as I experienced them," says The Eel.
Alleged criminal mastermind Baron Zersetzung vows to "hunt down, apprehend, and see judgement brought upon The Eel."
The Eel and Radium Jane engage in epic arm-wrestling match to determine outcome of wager.
New evidence suggests that The Eel Escapes Hydrolab is based on actual events.
The Eel receives news from informants.
- Baron Zersetzung
- Nathan Rosen and The Eel Discuss a Molecule Where None of the Electrons Have a Definite Quantum Number, But the Pair of Electrons has a Pure State
- The Eel Hates Peter Aal
- The Unruly Submarine
- Eel (nonfiction) - An eel is any fish belonging to the order Anguilliformes
- Matt Farthing (nonfiction)
- The Eel (nonfiction) - other characters named The Eel.
- Nathan Rosen (nonfiction)