|This article is about a/an monster in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.|
A powerful zombie-like monster summoned by Rita. Mutitus used bolts attached to chains similar to the ones that Rita's Frankenstein Monster used. It was a fierce opponent (as Rita aptly commented, Mutitis was winning) and after summoning the evil deity, Lokar, Rita had him use his "Breath of Doom" to transform Mutitus into a more dragon/demon-like form. This new form lacked the ability to use a chain to attack due to the lack of arms, but gained a much fiercer ability in place of the weapon it had lost. A small effigy of Lokar's head appears around the new Mutitus' neck. It was capable of firing different projectile attacks.
Mutitis continues to annihalate the Megazord, until the Dragonzord arrives, catching him off guard briefly. Soon after, Mutitus tosses around Megazord and Dragonzord, and once done toying with them, sprays toxic foam all over the Megazord and Dragonzord, causing them to short-circuit. Rita traps the Rangers on an island-shaped dimension after Mutitus beats the Megazord and Dragonzord. While on the Island of Illusion, the 6 Rangers face illusions of their worst fears. When they return, they immediately call upon the MegaDragonzord, and the battle continues. The fight goes back and forth between the two combatants, with neither gaining an upper hand until the MegaDragonzord launches its Z-sphere, disintegrating Mutitus in a flash of bright light.
Mutitus in his second form is the first enemy the Rangers must defeat using the Megazord in the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers game for the SNES. He appears in level six of the game. He has three names in the game, Mutitis, SatanFranke (from ZyuRangers), and more commonly, Horseface. He could be counted as the second monster from the game to keep his original name, but although he sometimes is called Mutitis and SatanFranke, he is more often called Horseface unlike Eye Guy, who is only called Eye Guy or possibly Eye Guy the Brute. Horseface attacks with long fingernails and the chest blasts and taunts by rearing his head back and neighing. Horseface is weakest against an aerial slash (in the game of course, Mutitis in the series would have been unharmed by it).
- In the original Japanese episode, Mutitus transforms from Frankenstein Monster after being destroyed by Dragonzord Battle Mode. Thus explaining why he has bolts attached to chains like Frankenstein Monster's.