|“||Torchwick hired my boys, and I guess he wasn't happy with them. Which is something I can relate to!||„|
|~ Hei Xiong|
Hei Xiong, more commonly known as Junior, is a character introduced in the "Yellow" Trailer, as its main antagonist. He makes his first proper appearance in the series in "Painting the Town...," giving what information he knows about Roman Torchwick to Yang Xiao Long and Neptune Vasilias.
In the "Yellow" Trailer, he is briefly interrogated by Yang for the whereabouts of an unknown woman. His weapon of choice is a missile launcher that fires several homing missiles. It also doubles as a club or bat.
Junior likely owns, or at least manages, The Club and has several henchmen, including Melanie and Miltiades Malachite.
Powers and Stats
Name: Hei Xiong, more commonly known as Junior
Age: Unknown, looks in his 20s
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Presumably able to manipulate and use his Aura (Ki/Chi) defensively (Enhances his natural durability), offensively (Enhances his striking power and sharpens his senses), and to unlock the Aura of another person
Speed: Massively Hypersonic+ (Was able to keep up with Yang)
Striking Strength: Multi-City Block Class
Durability: Multi-City Block level (Took some hits from Yang)
Range: Extended melee range with Club to dozens of meters with Bazooka
Standard Equipment: Bazooka/club
Intelligence: Decent fighter, He appears to be a form of information broker, and according to Yang, "People say you know everything," implying that he's a very highly regarded information source
Weaknesses: Continual use of his Aura will cause it to decay to the point where he can be left weakened or even incapacitated
- Junior's Bazooka: is a rocket launcher bat hybrid weapon owned by Junior Xiong. It has two different forms: a club form and bazooka form.
- The latter form has the ability to launch multiple rockets simultaneously. It was broken during Junior's fight with Yang Xiao Long at the end of the "Yellow" Trailer.
- The weapon's appearance could possibly be based on a bottle of alcohol, as in its club form, it shares a visual similarity. Furthermore, when broken by Yang, the Bazooka behaved like a glass bottle would, having jagged and sharp edges where it was damaged.