According to his criminal files, Armaggon is a bounty hunter and space assassin wanted in 87 star systems.
- The Outlaw Armaggon! - Armaggon is hired by Vringath Dregg to kill the turtles and their friends, later lord Dregg decides he wants to savor their deaths personally, so he changes Armaggon's orders from killing to capturing the turtles. Armaggon traps them in an abandoned space station, a factory of warbots, and as part of his plan, Armaggon uses the control system of the station against the turtles. But Armaggon did not expect the A.I. responsible for the managing of the station, known as Overmind, wants the destruction of all organic living creatures and so it turns against Armaggon, who is seen to have to count with the help of the turtles to defeat Overmind. As the space station exploded, Armaggon was left behind when attacking the turtles, Armaggon survived the explosion and swears he will get the turtles.
Armaggon is calm and self-confident of his bounty hunting skills, and although he can get really temperamental if things don't go according to plan he will still focus on his goal.
Armaggon appears to be a humanoid version of Earth's great white shark, he is really muscular and has a few scars on his head. Armaggon's suit also resembles a shark when in space travelling mode.
- Armaggon's voice actor Ron Perlman is the fourth voice actor of a recurring character from the "Teen Titans" animated series.
- In Armaggon's debut episode many references to the 1975 film "Jaws" directed by Steven Spielberg were made.
- Raphael's quote "We're gonna need a bigger ship." as Armaggon attacks the Ulixes is a reference to chief Brody's "You're gonna need a bigger boat." when seeing the huge man-eating Great White Shark that was attacking their fishing boat.
- A few scenes of Armaggon's attack on the Ulixes are also based on Spielberg's film, for example:
- Leonardo going out to fight Armaggon on his own, as Hooper dived in a shark cage to face the Great White Shark on his own;
- Armaggon surprising Leonardo by attacking him from behind coming out of nowhere, causing Leo to drop his weapon, just like the shark did to Hooper;
- Armaggon getting through the back of the ship trying to bite three of the turtles who were crawling back to avoid the attacks, the same way Brody, Hooper and Quint did when the shark broke through the stern of their boat;
- And also, although Armaggon did not die ate the end like the shark, both villains were defeated with an explosion when trying to get the "last" member of the crew.
- Unlike the original version of the character who was a time travelling warlord, this version while still an outlaw is a bounty hunter and assassin, oddly enough more like "Deathstroke" whom Ron Perlman also voiced.