Charles Muntz is the main villain in the film Up and an elderly explorer whose years of unsuccessful research left him bitter and vengeful. He pilots a humongous zepplin called "The Spirit of Adventure" and has thousands upon thousands of canine associates. He is a minor player in both Disney Villains War and Animated Vs Video Game Villains War, while he is set to appear as a major player in the second part of Disney Heroes vs. Villains War.
Disney Villains War 2
Ally with Clayton
Death at the Skies
When Xaldin and his nobodies attacked his ship, he shoot at several Dusks, destroying them. He then ordered his canine dogs to deal with the rest of the nobodies, though the dogs perished to the nobodies' powers. Mattets get worse for Muntz, as he witness Jafar's arrival on his zepellin. Not wanting anyone to mess with him, Muntz sent out the dogs in his planes. However, Jafar destroyed them. Angered, Muntz used his gun and attempted to kill both Xaldin and Jafar. Xaldin then snapped the ropes holding the deck he was on, and Muntz plummeted to his death.
Animated Vs Video Game Villains War
Disney Heroes Vs Villains War - Part Two
Charles F. Muntz is set to appear in the second part of the war, along with many new characters. It is possible that he will encounter the robot hero, WALL-E.
War of the Villains
In "War of the Villains", Muntz was hired as the associate to Professor BirdBrain. After a successful night of pilaging Petropolis, Muntz greeted his boss with a hearty congradulations and a proposal to take over for him. Confused and Baffled, BirdBrain asked Muntz to leave, leaving him severely irritated.
Aboard The Spirit of Adventure, Muntz ordered his Top Dog Pilots to attack BirdBrain. However, BirdBrain was prepared, knocking them out of the sky with his Whirly Bird's Thunder Cannon. Enraged, Muntz decided to take matters into his own hands.
Awaiting BirdBrain's arrival to his zepplin with a shotgun in his hand, Muntz got closer and closer to the Blue-Bottomed Booby. However, his fury lead him to his undoing, as he took a step too far off The Spirit of Adventure, causing him to fall to his doom.