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A list of characters and their associated tropes from ''ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures''. See ''[[Characters/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Duck Comics universe]]'' for trope realtive to classic Paperinik and his villains.

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A list of characters and their associated tropes from ''ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures''. See ''[[Characters/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Duck Comics universe]]'' for trope realtive relative to classic Paperinik and his villains.
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A list of characters and their associated tropes from ''ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures''.

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A list of characters and their associated tropes from ''ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures''.
''ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures''. See ''[[Characters/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Duck Comics universe]]'' for trope realtive to classic Paperinik and his villains.
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!!Donald Duck / Paperinik / Pikappa
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->''"By day, this is my city. By night, this city is mine."''

Donald Duck, the classic cartoon character who originated in the 1930s, has now become the superhero Paperinik (the origin is different in older Italian stories and the reboot of this series), protector of Duckburg and in this series pretty much protector of Earth, going up against alien invaders among his adversaries, which also include time pirates, mad scientists, terrorists, corrupt businessmen and evil machines.

For more tropes about Donald outside this series, see ''ComicBook/DonaldDuck''.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians" (in this series)

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* AdaptationalBadass: Probably the most badass version of Donald Duck. Howewer before PKNA, his level of competence in the classic stories varied a lot DependingOnTheWriter.
* AdaptationalHeroism: Donald Duck is usually portrayed as an overly aggressive jerk, though that's not the case in this series.
* AdaptationalIntelligence: Donald Duck in this series is quite a bit smarter than the one we usually see.
* AlliterativeName: Subverted as soon as you discover Don's middle name, ''Fauntleroy''.
* AlmightyJanitor: During most of PKNA he's an errand boy at Channel 00, and in ''[=PK2=]'' he gets a job as a security guard in a big mall. In ''Pikappa'', he lands mostly modest jobs.
* AntiHero --> TheHero: In the early stories, Paperinik wasn't actually a superhero, but a PragmaticHero, avenging wrongs that had been done to Donald, sometimes in blatantly illegal ways. The writers toned this aspect down later and turned him into a superhero instead. The character's methods did not change much but he started targeting the criminal population of Duckburg. This still remains his main mission today, although he occasionally faces higher profile adversaries and finds missions which require him to travel away from Duckburg.
* AsideGlance: Tends to look towards the readers. May even have something to say to them.
* BadassCape: Even if its length [[DependingOnTheArtist depends on who is drawing him]].
* BadassNormal: He only has his wit and gadgets to compete in a world of aliens, artificial intelligences, magicians and more.
* BadassAndChildDuo: The badass to Trip's child in PKNA #34.
* BigNo:
** Right when he resists Trauma's powers.
** Donald is assigned to be Angus' bodyguard in ''[=PK2=]'' #11. His reaction is quite literally earth-shattering.
* BorrowedCatchphrase: He uses Xadhoom's "Let's Dance" in PKNA #29.
* BruceWayneHeldHostage: In ''[=PK2=]'' #3, the brainwashed Hobey Robson held a group of people in Duckmall hostage, demanding to speak to Paperinik. The problem was that Donald was one of the hostages.
* CatapultNightmare: In #10, coupled with a BigNo when he wakes up from a dream about his bullied childhood.
* ClarkKenting: It should be easy to tell who Paperinik is, but apparently you need science to figure it out. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] by him being a MasterOfDisguise with LatexPerfection (two of the characters who did figure it out have the technology to see through that. The third has PsychicPowers and just read Paperinik's mind). There's also the fact that, even in pre-[=PKNA=] stories, many people think Donald is too much unlike PK to possibly be him. It's implied that Donald managed to shape out an effective alter ego in PK, showing parts of himself he normally wouldn't in his civilian identity.
* CoolCar: The Pi-Kar that replaces his old and iconic 313.
* CoolPlane: Rarely used, but the Pk-jet is this (aside from a somewhat goofy design). It can even turn [[ShoutOut invisible.]]
* DeadpanSnarker: Too many examples to count.
* {{Determinator}}: Just try to keep this guy down. [[TemptingFate Just try]].
* DressingAsTheEnemy:
** In the "Xadhoom Trilogy" he disguises himself as a Coolflame twice. [[spoiler:On both occasions, he betrays himself by talking, something the Coolflames are no longer able to do]].
** In ''Might and Power'' he uses his new nanomachine-based suit to [[spoiler:disguise himself as an Evronian general. Unfortunately for him, he's soon dragged into a reunion between Nebula Faraday and a lot other generals, and one of them realizes he's too short compared to himself and the others]].
* EnemyMine: He has a knack for it: over the course of the series he had to ally with both the Evronians and The Raider multiple times.
* EvilCostumeSwitch: [[spoiler:In a WhatIf story in the last issue of PKNA, Paperinik dons a different costume when he turns evil.]]
* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler:In the above-mentioned WhatIf story, Paperinik becomes an agent of The Organization after the destruction of Duckburg, striking out against the TimePolice that did nothing to prevent it.]]
* GenreSavvy:
** He's well aware that {{Badass Boast}}s are part of being a superhero.
** He's aware that most superhero universes have CasualInterstellarTravel as a permanent fixture. [[RealityEnsues He was wrong on that count, though, as One tells him]].
** He's aware that [[JokerImmunity Two always returns, regardless of the outcome]].
* GrandTheftMe:
** In ''[=PK2=] #12, the virtual copy of scientist Cormack Trentor takes over Paperinik's body and leaves his mind in the virtual world. Paperinik finds a way to escape the virtual world by taking over the now empty body of Cormack.
** Happens in one of the WhatIf stories of the last issue of [=PKNA=].
* GuileHero: Especially in the early stories, he was much more prone to trick and out think his opponents than overpower them. Even in the series, while lacking the raw intellect of [[ArtificialIntelligence One]] or [[GeniusBruiser Xadhoom]] he is still smart enough to come up with plans of his own and quickly get a handle on the situation.
* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: His civilian persona's always half dressed. Becomes more unnatural when nearly everyone in this series is fully clothed. Subverted when he puts on the superhero costume.
* HandBlast: He's able to do this with the suit he gets in the 2014 relaunch.
* HeroWithBadPublicity: Downplayed. He's viewed negatively by some people in the city, thanks to Angus Fangus and later other reporters, but most people think he's a hero.
* IAlwaysWantedToSayThat: Used jokingly with a variation of a cliché line.
-->"Driver, follow that mass of water. I've always wanted to say that."
** He did the same thing in an earlier issue.
-->"I've always wanted to say this... Men, chaaaarge!"
* LineOfSightName: In the rebooted series, when debuting as a superhero and asked who he is, Donald comes up with the name "Pikappa" after seeing the letters P and K on his new Extransformer shield.
* MasterOfDisguise: Though he doesn't do it as often as in other stories, he can put on some very convincing masks to resemble other people. His Extransformer shield also has a function that lets him disguise himself into whatever he wants, including inanimate objects, thanks to a holographic projector.
** His new costume in ''Might and Power'' seems even better in this regard but it quickly reveals a flaw: [[spoiler:being based on shapeshifting rather than holograms, it means that PK's size is always the same - and he has the bad idea of disguising himself as an Evronian general, although [[IdiotBall they don't notice for a while]]]].
* MesACrowd: With the new suit he acquires in the 2014 relaunch, Paperinik can create solid holographic duplicates of himself, though doing this consumes a lot of power.
* MorphWeapon: His Extransformer shield is capable of all kinds of transformations.
** ImpossiblyCoolWeapon: It also has a large quantity of features:
*** {{Flight}}: It grants its user the ability to fly.
*** GravityMaster: It can increase or reduce the weight of a target.
*** MegatonPunch: The extensible hand of the shield is one of its most used weapons.
*** TheParalyzer: It has a ray, called the "Bradionic Paralyzer", that "stops individual time".
*** ThrowingYourShieldAlwaysWorks: Since it can transform in a boomerang and come back.
** The suit donned in ''Might and Power'' is a MorphWeapon in itself and includes an Extransformer. It ditches the punch for a "Percussion Ray" that has a similar effect.
* [[NeighbourhoodFriendlyGangsters Neighborhood Friendly Criminal]]: [[JerkassHasAPoint As Angus often points out]], Paperinik is a criminal with a ''huge'' record at the expenses of multiple {{Asshole Victim}}s. He's also considered a superhero because he brings in thieves, robbers, con artists and supercriminals and takes on alien invasions.
* NeverAcceptedInHisHometown: In contrast to his HeroWithBadPublicity status in Duckburg, he has quite the good reputation worldwide.
* NeverBareheaded: He is almost never seen without his hat (he even keeps it while wearing a space suit). It helps that for some reason it almost never falls off despite everything Paperinik does.
* NiceHat: Just had to make his iconic sailor hat part of the superhero outfit.
* OfficialCouple: Him and Daisy Duck. Even though [[TheGhost she never really appears, the relationship is mentioned frequently]].
* ParentalSubstitute: To his nephews Huey, Louie and Dewey.
* PintSizedPowerhouse: Can easily take down guys many times his size with his bare hands.
* PlatonicLifePartners: Is this with Lyla Lay.
* TheProtagonist: As the title of the comic suggests, Paperinik is the main character.
* PsychicBlockDefense: To some extent, after receiving training from Everett Ducklair.
* RedIsHeroic: Even if it's only on some parts of his costume.
* RefusalOfTheCall: During the first pages of the 2014 relaunch story "Might and Power". He's understandably confused by the return of both the Raider and the Evronians, and none too happy about donning the costume and cape again.
* RetiredBadass:
** In the BadFuture shown in PKNA #34.
** Also at the beginning of "Might and Power". He explicitly says that he has abandoned the PK identity for quite some time.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: In an issue of ''Pikappa'', in a possible future, [[spoiler:Paperinik's mind was transferred to a robot body, and would be transferred to another one again and again when he got himself destroyed]].
* SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong: With all the time traveling that goes on in this series, he's had to go through this on several occasions, even sometimes undoing something someone else already changed for the worse.
* SchoolBullyingIsHarmless: Averted. PKNA #10 shows that Donald still has nightmares about being bullied as a kid.
* SecretIdentity: He is a superhero. What do you expect?
* SecretIdentityIdentity: Donald has to make a conscious effort to not act as Paperinik while in civilian identity, even letting go of bullies that, as Paperinik, he'd normally handle without even using his gadgets.
* ShipTease: Mostly with Xadhoom, but happens with Lyla too sometimes.
* SpeciesSurname: You know his civilian name, right?
* ThatWasObjectionable: Objected for the sake of objecting during Lyla's trial in PKNA #22.
* TheyCallMeMisterTibbs: In PKNA #1:
-->'''Evronian and Angus Fangus:''' PAPERINIK!
-->'''Paperinik:''' My friends call me PK! You can however simply call me Mr. Paperinik!
-->'''Angus Fangus:''' You're a godsend! Save me, Paperinik! Savemesavemesaveme!
-->'''Paperinik:''' That goes for you too, Fangus!
* ThouShaltNotKill: From "Might and Power" onward he is completely against taking a life, even if it would be for the greater good (compare to the normal Paperinik stories, and especially the early ones, where he shows no compulsion against killing and in fact we see him committing ''attempted murder'').
* ThrowTheDogABone: Life usually doesn't go well for Donald, especially when it comes to getting a job. Though in ''[=PK2=]'', all his years of working for Uncle Scrooge finally pay off as he earns a position in the city's biggest security company Starcorp.
* TookALevelInBadass: At the beginning of the series, Paperinik finds that his usual kit of goofy weapons and tools are largely useless against an invading armada of inter-stellar aliens. When he stumbles on the [=151st=] floor of Ducklair Tower, he finds that the resident AI, One, is more than willing to supply him with the necessary weapons and gear necessary to combat not only aliens, but also rogue time-travelers, [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt high-level space-time anomalies]], [[AIIsACrapshoot malevolent AIs]], suicide terrorists... in short, his competence level goes up significantly.
* TheUnintelligible: This is naturally averted in the comics, though it's also subverted in the video game based on the series. Donald still has his classic voice at the start of the game, but once he puts on the costume, his voices changes to something far more understandable.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Is this with Xadhoom. Donald sometimes tries to have Xadhoom not so obsessed on her revenge, and jokingly nicknames her "beauty eyes" due to her monochromatic green eyes.
* WouldHitAGirl: He won't pull punches just because you have boobs.
* YouFightLikeACow: Quite a formidable quipper.
* YourMom: Or rather, aunt.
-->'''The Raider:''' I didn't think there were any mutants in this time period!
-->'''Paperinik:''' Your aunt's a mutant, big guy!
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!!One
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->''"I dream. I hope. I suffer. And that means only one thing... I am alive."''

An artificial intelligence created by Everett Ducklair (the reason for his creation varies in ''Paperinik New Adventures'' and ''Pikappa'') who resides in Ducklair Tower. Becomes the partner of Donald Duck's superhero persona, Paperinik, aiding him on his heroic missions.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"

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* AffectionateNickname: He and Paperinik have several for each other: his favorite seems to be "old cape".
* ArbitraryScepticism: Alien vampires, a scientist turned into a humanoid star and time-traveling thieves? Sure, why not. Magic? That's ridiculous.
* ArtificialIntelligence: In his words, the most sophisticated ever built.
* TheBusCameBack: [[spoiler:He is finally reactivated at the end of PKNE #1 ''Might and Power'' by Ducklair, who had apparently brought One's data with himself when he left Earth.]]
* ChangedMyMindKid: In the climax of [[spoiler:PKNA #4 "Earthquake"]].
* ColorcodedForYourConvenience: A soft green shade, as opposed to Two's sharp red.
* DeadpanSnarker: Just like his partner.
* GadgeteerGenius: Replaces Gyro as this.
* GeniusLoci: The Ducklair Tower is, for all intents and purposes, One's body.
* HypercompetentSidekick: Though he and Paperinik consider themselves partners.
* InnocentlyInsensitive: When they first met, he did nothing to hide the fact he had no idea who Paperinik was.
-->'''One:''' Why would I have let you in?
-->'''Paperinik:''' You probably recognized me as the celebrated hero in the service of justice!
-->'''One:''' You mean you are famous? I've never heard of you!
-->'''Paperinik:''' [[LampshadeHanging Like you've never heard of tact and savoir faire, I bet!]]
* NotSoAboveItAll: Just like everyone else in Duckburg, he's a fan of the soap opera Anxieties.
* PlayfulHacker: One is able to enter almost every computer and he never does that without good reasons.
* ProjectedMan: He holographically appears as a head in a sphere, a form he uses to make Paperinik feel comfortable when talking to him.
* PutOnABusToHell: In the opening pages of ''[=PK2=]'', [[spoiler:PK returns from a patrol only to find out that Ducklair has deactivated One. He is last seen in a video message left just before the shutdown, and not reactivated at the end of the series.]]
* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: To the frustration of Paperinik, One can get quite technical with his explanations.
* StrawVulcan: He had this problem in early issues, since his programming forced him to take the most logical decisions. He grew out of it during [[spoiler:"Earthquake"]] when he learned that there is a difference between what is logical and what is right. In fact, during "Mekkano", he actually trusted Gorthan more than Paperinik.
* TwoAliasesOneCharacter: Unknown to even Paperinik, One in the future has obtained a droid body and goes by the name of Odin Eidolon.
* VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: He can connect with virtually anything.
* YouAreNumberSix: Which has lead to at least one IncrediblyLamePun.
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!!!Odin Eidolon
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The person who One becomes in the future. Odin Eidolon is one of the most powerful and richest men of the 23rd century, and the owner of the biggest droid manufacturing factory; it's unknown to everyone that he himself is a droid. Can be regarded as a separate character from One, seeing as [[spoiler:he's got a bit of Two in him]].

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #5 "Portrait of the Young Hero"

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* BlingOfWar: In the 2014 relaunch, the armor he's wearing while leading the resistance in the BadFuture is fairly golden.
* InTheHood: Disguises himself with a hooded robe in PKNA #12 and #34.
* MeaningfulName: Odin is Russian for "one", while Eidolon has several meanings that are fitting for him.
* MulticoloredHair: Green and purple, for some reason.
* ImYourBiggestFan: For good reasons, he's Paperinik's biggest fan.
* RebelLeader: Leads the resistance against the Evronians in the BadFuture where the enemy has taken over the planet.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: In fact, no one is aware he isn't organic.
* ThisIsMyNameOnForeign: "One" translated to Russian becomes "Odin".
* TwoAliasesOneCharacter: Unknown to even Paperinik, Odin Eidolon is the future version of One.
* TwoSiblingsInOne: [[spoiler:In order to become Odin Eidolon, One absorbed what was left of the dying Two, as a complete individual must consist of both good and evil. Downplayed with the fact that there was so little left of Two that One's 100% in control.]]
* UnclePennybags: He used the space where the Ducklair tower used to be to create a park with special effects for all citizens.
* VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: Reprises this former role of his in PKNA #22 "Fragments of Autumn".
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!!Omega Chamber Custodian
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->''"I don't want to hear you talk, I want to see you fight!"''

An artificial intelligence created by Everett Ducklair, with a similar appearance to One, who was left in charge of the very secret Omega Chamber in Ducklair Tower. When PK uncovers this part of the tower, the custodian makes it his task to assist him against the new threats now that the hero stands without other allies, but also make him change his methods for dealing with these threats. Constantly berates PK for his way of doing things.

'''First appearance:''' ''PK New Era'' "Might and Power"

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* ArtificialIntelligence: The third to be created by Everett Ducklair.
* ColorcodedForYourConvenience: While One's green appearance signifies good, and Two's red appearance signifies evil, the custodian's blue appearance signifies neutral.
* HypercompetentSidekick: Replaces One as this in the new series, even if he and his partner don't exactly get along that well...
* NoNameGiven: He only introduces himself as the custodian of the Omega Chamber, and doesn't even seem to think names are important. When he makes himself a remote-controlled mechanical body to act as the new administrator of the Ducklair Foundation, he takes the name Solomon Hicks.
** FanNickname: Was known as "Sergio" (an Italian name of Latin origin [[MeaningfulName meaning "Guardian"]]) among Italian fans before the debut of his other name.
* ProjectedMan: Holographically appears as a head inside a diamond altering its shape.
* StrawVulcan: The custodian doesn't care much about what is right, but more about what is efficient.
* VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: As PK's new partner, he holds this role.
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!!Lyla Lay
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A journalist working for Channel 00, who in ''Paperinik New Adventures'' is secretly a droid from the 23rd century and an agent of the TimePolice, deployed in the century the series takes place in. In ''Pikappa'' she's still a droid, but not from the future. The closest ally to Paperinik after One, and the female lead of the series.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"

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* ActionGirl: And the one to appear the most.
* AlliterativeName: Her name is Lyla Lay.
* BareYourMidriff: Some of her outfits that are not her regular attire.
* BreakTheCutie: IN PKNA #22 "Fragments of Autumn", Lyla has to face the guilt of shooting another timepoliceman, being the first droid ever to face a trial (where the prosecution tries to use her as proof that all droids are ultimately defective and should be destroyed), while some weird visions are messing up her programming.
* DroppedaBridgeOnHer: [[spoiler:Lyla's death at the end of the ''Pikappa'' reboot is quite anticlimactic. She sacrifices herself to take out a mere total of four Evronians. Barely any time is spent mourning her loss.]]
* DudeMagnet: Two humans and a fellow droid fall in love with her, and many others (including Paperinik and Urk) admit she is rather attractive.
* GadgeteerGenius: It isn't shown very often, since One and Lyo would make it kinda redundant, but she built a gun able to deactivate other droids (and later easily modified it to [[spoiler:erase Two]]) and a deflector shield to stop [[spoiler:Korinna's PsychicPower]].
* HotScoop: She works undercover as a journalist of Channel 00.
* JuxtaposedHalvesShot: A shot like this happens in "Urk" when Lyla detects a tachyonic anomaly. One half showing her as normal, the other half being a more sinister looking silhouette.
* KissMeImVirtual: Again, several characters find her beautiful or even love her. [[spoiler: Her designer Leonard Vertighel]] loves her and thinks she's the perfect woman.
* MsFanservice: The biggest example of the first series, and she gets quite a few moments in ''Pikappa'' and ''New Era'' too.
* MostCommonSuperpower: Justified, since she is an android.
* PinkMeansFeminine: Her most regular attire is completely pink. She may also wear other pink outfits from time to time.
* PlatonicLifePartners: With Donald.
* PutOnABus / TheBusCameBack: In-universe. In her first appearance in the ''New Era'' stories, we are told she has returned to Duckburg recently, after spending an unspecified amount of time, between the end of ''[=PK2=]'' and the relaunch, working as a journalist abroad.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: How could she blend in, otherwise?
* RobotGirl: And an adorable one.
* RoboticReveal: Happens in ''Pikappa'' #2. [[spoiler: She saves PK from a dinosaur robot, damaging her arm and showing her artificial nature.]]
* ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: Occurs every time Lyla doesn't agree with her superiors' policy.
* SlipknotPonytail: Her hair has gotten undone in certain dire situations.
* TeacherStudentRomance: Was the student to Tyrrel Duckard's teacher back in Time Ø when she was still training to be a time cop.
* TheKnightsWhoSaySquee: When she gets to work with the best androids of the Time Police.
* TimeMachine: Like all the droids of the Time Police, she has one.
* TimePolice: Lyla is an agent of the Time Police, an organization from the future with agents in several key periods to avert history from being manipulated by time travelers. She is their agent for the end of the XX / beginning of the XXI century.
* UnfortunateName: Her last name can be regarded as sexual.
* WrittenInAbsence: In PKNA #29 "Metamorphosis", Lyla is absent during the award ceremony for the best journalist of the year, despite being on the list of candidates. It is mentioned by Angus Fangus that she's at the moment doing work out of town for the news channel.
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!!Camera 9 / Stefan Vladuck
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->''"Once I was '''very curious...'''"''

One of the cameramen of Channel 00, often ridiculed for how he comes off as a robot. Nobody knows that his real identity is Stefan Vladuck, who used to be a famous photographer back in the day.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"

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* ADayInTheLimelight: His Stefan Vladuck persona in PKNA #16 "Extraordinary Maintenance".
* BadassLongcoat: He uses it when he is not working.
* DemotedToExtra: You won't get much of Camera 9 in ''[=PK2=]'' and ''Pikappa''. And even in ''New Era'' stories so far, for that matter.
* TheFaceless: With his camera helmet as Camera 9 and with his fedora as Vladuck.
** His face was shown for the first time in ''PK Tube'' #4 in 2016. In fact, TheReveal of that short story is that the duck Angus presumes to be an archivist is in fact Stefan.
* FedoraOfAsskicking: Wears a fedora as Vladuck and is clearly able to kick ass, as he took out a robot with his bare hands. Apparently this is experience from fighting frigging tanks in the past.
* HiddenDepths: Very hidden: he feels that television has ruined his work as photographer, and feels like a robot working as a cameraman.
* IntrepidReporter: Photographer, rather. Has covered wars. Even to this day, he still does investigations in his free time.
%%* NotSoStoic
* TheStoic: He can keep it together even when facing some really strange things.

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!!Urk
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->''"'''KJAYA-OOOOOH!'''"''

An Iroquois warrior from an alternate dimension where the red people are more technologically advanced. Ends up trapped in Paperinik's dimension and afterwards he becomes an ally to the hero, though they fought each other in the beginning. In ''Pikappa'', however, [[spoiler:Urk is an alien and a Guardian of the Galaxy]].

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' 1997 Special "Missing"

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* {{Animorphism}}: In ''Pikappa'', [[spoiler:Urk is able to transform into a bear made out of energy.]]
* BigBrotherInstinct: Toward his sister Zeryn.
* TheBigGuy: He considers that Lyla might be as strong as him, but he is much more physical.
* DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength: In one issue he's overjoyed because [[spoiler:he has finally returned to his own dimension]], thus he hugs Paperinik. Cue crunching sound.
* EarlyBirdCameo: He was planned from the very beginning, with a sketch of him in the extra pages of #0. He made a brief, silent appearance in the 1997 Special, and was introduced in the series proper a few months later.
* ElementalShapeshifter: In ''Pikappa'', [[spoiler:Urk has the ability to turn into a bear made of energy.]]
* FishOutOfWater: What happens when you are from another dimension with different history.
* GentleGiant: He is sensitive, friendly and fun to be around.
* HumanAlien: In ''Pikappa'', [[spoiler:Urk is an alien.]]
* IWasBeatenByAGirl: Inverted. He defeated the girl (a warrior from his dimension) but he knows she let him win.
* LikeADuckTakesToWater: Despite his nostalgia for his home, he learns pretty quickly how things work (and he even gets a job) while trapped in our dimension, though.
* MySisterIsOffLimits: He does ''not'' react well when he finds out she got a boyfriend while he was in another dimension.
* OnlyOneName: As far as we know.
* SpiderSense: As a result of his intense training, he can detect when someone is about to attack him or, in case of more than one attacker, who is going to strike first.
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!!Everett Ducklair
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-> ''"Argh! I did it '''again!'''"''

Genius inventor and billionaire industrialist with an unknown past. Due to his nasty habit of creating weapons of mass destruction, he left Duckburg and became a monk at the monastery of Dhasam-Bul to rid himself of his habit, though he'd return to his city should certain trouble arise. He is also a martial artist. And practically a magician. [[spoiler:And an alien with psychic powers.]]

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"

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* AdaptationalWimp: In ''Pikappa'' he doesn't have any of his mystical abilities or martial skills. [[spoiler:Or his psychic powers.]]
** Although his few side-stories imply that [[WhatCouldHaveBeen he would eventually go against PK and One]] as a KnightTemplar.
* AllMonksKnowKungFu: He retired in a monastery to once again find the "best part of him". There he also learned martial arts.
* AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: In #48, "The Parts And The Whole".
* BenevolentAlienInvasion: [[spoiler:More like an escape, really...]]
* BigOlEyebrows: [[spoiler:And they seem to be hereditary.]]
* BigNo: [[spoiler:When he returned to his crashed ship, discovering what had happened to his daughters.]]
* ButNowIMustGo: Twice; first when he went to Dhasam-bul, and second, [[spoiler:when his daughters became too much of a threat to him and the world, since they planned to conquer it and transform Earth into a new Corona.]]
* TheChessmaster: Even more so than his daughters.
* EasyAmnesia: Caused by [[spoiler:his crash on Earth.]] He retains his memories after seeing [[spoiler:his spaceship]].
* {{Fiction500}}: His inventions have made him a billionaire.
* GadgeteerGenius: He invented the majority of Paperinik's new gadgets.
* HappilyAdopted: [[spoiler:When he arrived on Earth and lost his memory, Everett was taken in by Anchor and Evinta [=McGregor=]. They were decent folk.]]
* HumanAlien: [[spoiler:Duck alien, technically.]]
* IntelligenceEqualsIsolation: He built One just to have someone smart enough to talk to.
* KungFuWizard: He become skilled in martial arts and in magic while at Dhasam-bul.
* MadScientist: But not by choice.
* OlderThanHeLooks: He was mistaken for a late teenager/young adult when he [[spoiler:crashed on Earth]], despite already having two daughters.
* PsychicPower: [[spoiler:Like everybody on his planet.]]
* RealityWarper: [[spoiler:While in possession of the Book Of Destiny he could literally rewrite history as he wished. In the end he simply opted to take Lyla back to the present.]]
* ScienceRelatedMemeticDisorder: What caused him to build so many superweapons.
* SecretKeeper: Thanks to [[spoiler:his psychic powers]], he learned Paperinik's SecretIdentity in ''[=PK2=]'' #1. [[spoiler:Later in the series, he uses a ray on himself to forget it, as a "thank you" to the hero for saving his daughter.]]
* SuperIntelligence: He makes Gyro Gearloose seem like an amateur.
* TricksterMentor: Had to deal with one in the monastery, and it's shown he'd become one in the future.
* WalkingSpoiler: [[spoiler:The fact that he's an alien doesn't become apparent until you get into ''[=PK2=]'' and learn his backstory]].
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!!Mary Ann Flagstarr
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An agent of the PBI (Paperopoli Bureau of Investigation)[[note]]Paperopoli is Duckburg's Italian name[[/note]], who is very cooperative with our hero.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #4 "Earthquake"

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* ActionGirl: She can deck people far bigger than her.
* AmbiguouslyBrown: Since she is a FunnyAnimal, it's difficult to tell if she is supposed to be afro-american or not.
* BadassNormal: Ready to take on everything with just her gun and her fighting skills.
* BrotherSisterTeam: Teams up with her brother Ziggy from time to time.
* TheCommissionerGordon: After a nasty first encounter, she regularly asks Paperinik's help for things out of her jurisdiction.
* CoolShades: Even if she keeps them more on her head than on her beak.
* {{Cameo}}: [[spoiler:She is briefly seen in the last issue of ''Pikappa''.]]
* FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling: The responsible to Ziggy's foolish.
* HairColorDissonance: Her black hair's got purple highlights. Or maybe it is supposed to be purple...
* LongBusTrip: Doesn't appear in the sequel to PKNA, due to her being away on a fifteen-year long mission. Never got to reappear because of the series being LeftHanging.
* FBIAgent: She is an agent of the PBI, the comic's equivalent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Doesn't insist on knowing the true identity of the mysterious alien (actually Xadhoom), since she realizes there are some things she would rather not know.
* SpyCatsuit: She wears one in PKNA #35.
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!!Abraham Lincoln Wisecube
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->''"Access to everything that could teach you something about how the world works should be unlimited and complete."'''

An U.S. Army General who is quite opposed to many of the army's conducts, especially their negotiations with the Evronians.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #6 "Spores"

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* BaldBlackLeaderGuy: He is a bald afro-american general.
* BigOlEyebrows: They just make him more intimidating.
* {{Dogface}}: [[AvertedTrope Averted]]: he is actually the only character in the series that is neither a FunnyAnimal nor an alien to sport a human-looking nose.
* {{Cameo}}: [[spoiler:Makes a brief appearance in the last issue of ''Pikappa''.]]
* FourStarBadass: He is a general that personally leads his men on dangerous missions.
* NamedAfterSomebodyFamous: General Wisecube is named after an American president; his full name is ''[[UsefulNotes/AbrahamLincoln Abraham Lincoln]]'' Wisecube.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Realizes the need to collaborate with Paperinik since they have the same goal.
* ScaryBlackMan: He's a good guy but his large figure is imposing and sometimes intimidating, especially when you're not sure of his intentions during his first appearances.
* ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: He once tried [[spoiler:to steal the evidence that his government was secretly dealing with the Evronians and intended to inform the public.]]
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!!Rangi Fangus
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Leader of a Maori clan in New Zealand. She's also Angus' mother.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #7 "Invasion!"

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* ActionMom: As the Evronians can testify.
* GenderBlenderName: Rangi is the name of the male Sky king in the Maori mithology.
* GunsAkimbo: Used two guns when she decided to [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome lead her clan against the Evronians]].
* LargeAndInCharge: She is the chief of her tribe and she sure isn't skinny.
* MyBelovedSmother: But to be fair, her son '''is''' [[JerkAss Angus Fangus]].
* NeverMessWithGranny: Considering her son is old enough to have kids of his own, this is surely the case.
* OlderThanTheyLook: Didn't really look older than her own son.
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!!Xari
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->"Doesn't matter what happens, I'll never allow for the drop of our orbital defenses"

Xadhoom's boyfriend and, just like her, one of the political leaders of planet Xerba. Tried to warn Xado of not trusting the Evronians, but the [[CassandraTruth young woman refused to listen to him]]. He then elaborated a plan to save as many Xerbians as possible, and stayed behind to [[HeroicSacrifice allow them to flee]]. [[spoiler:He was spared and later the Evronians asked him to find a way to stop a certain [[PhysicalGod Physical Goddess]]... He accepted, not realizing whom he was tracking down, in order to use his influence over the Evronians to keep them away from the survivors of his people.]]

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0/3 "Xadhoom!"

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* ADayInTheLimelight: We get to see a bit more of him in the issue about the fall of Xerba. [[spoiler:And even more in the "Xadhoom Trilogy".]]
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: One of the highest political figures of his planet (and therefore one of the smartest), he has no problems with defending himself when the Evronians attack.
* BatmanGambit: [[spoiler:He accepted to work for the Evronians only to keep them far away from the remaining Xerbians.]]
* CassandraTruth: Xari's misgivings about shutting down Xerba's orbital defences were ignored -- much to the planet's detriment.
* DramaticIrony: He declares that [[spoiler:the "mysterious creature [Xadhoom] didn't mean nothing to me!" If only he knew...]]
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: [[spoiler:at the end of PKNA #35, he briefly appears looking as a Coolflame. This is due to a scrapped idea from an early draft of the issue, which would have introduced aliens subjected to a special coolflamization process that preserved their intelligence but left them obedient to the Evronians.]]
* HeroicSacrifice: He led a handful of soldiers to defend three ships with the last group of Xerbians still free and gets captured. [[spoiler:He surprisingly wasn't killed or reduced to a Coolflame, since Gorthan realized his intellect could be useful to the empire]].
* IdenticalStranger: Paperinik and Xadhoom once met a Coolflame that looked exactly like him. He was actually from another planet, but the process of coolflamization modified his face enough to fool them for a while.
* OhCrap: When he realizes the Evronians [[spoiler:are heading for the planet where the few last Xerbians found a new home]].
* OnlySaneMan: Subverted. At first it seemed he was the only one opposing Xado's idea to welcome the Evronians, but in the issue regarding the fall of Xerba we see others politicians were on his side.
* ReverseMole: [[spoiler:Working for the Evronians while actually defending his people]].
* SecondLove: [[spoiler:Xalya]].
* ShallowLoveInterest: Averted; as flashbacks informs us, he was very much his own person and more than capable to be in disaccord with Xadhoom. [[spoiler:And then there is what he did after the fall of Xerba...]]
* WalkingSpoiler: If all that blank space wasn't a good enough hint for you.
* WhamLine: That let us know [[spoiler:he is alive, well and working for Evron.]]
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!!Tempest Gale
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->''"There is no end, if the memories live. And some hurt more than others."''

One of Donald's friendly Starcorp colleagues at Duckmall Center. She has a fair amount of experience when it comes to combat and weapons from her days in the private paramilitary force Seaducks.

'''First appearance:''' ''[=PK2=]'' #1 "Ducklair"

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* ADayInTheLimelight: ''[=PK2=]'' #14 "The Last Hunt".
* ActionGirl: Was a member of a Navy Seal expy and can still give a super soldier a run for his money.
* AffectionateNickname: Tem and Tempy are used by some of her friends.
* AwesomeMcCoolname: I mean, "Tempest"?
* BadassNormal: Anyone who isn't immediatly killed by [[SuperSoldier The Predator]] surely qualifies.
* BareYourMidriff: In ''[=PK2=]'' #14 "The Last Hunt" and the 2001 Special.
* BikerBabe: A motorbike is her mean of trasport.
* BreakTheCutie: Her backstory as a member of Seaducks. She was sent on a mission, betrayed by her commander and lost her best friend. Becomes completely broken down when her past comes back to haunt her.
* DreadfulMusician: Donald certainly isn't impressed by the music of her and her band, Impact. Neither is her neighbor, referring to her practicing as a racket.
* GoofySuit: Once had to go to work in a giraffe costume instead of the regular security guard uniform.
* HellBentForLeather: Does at times wear a leather jacket.
* HouseboatHero: The boat's the uncool kind, mind you.
* PintSizedPowerhouse / LittleMissBadass: One of the shortest female characters in the series (usually, depends on the artist). She's highly skilled both in close combat and weapons, and was once a member of Seaducks, a Navy Seals expy.
* SittingOnTheRoof: Does this during ''[=PK2=]'' #14.
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!!Lyonard D'Aq
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An old-timer who used to assist a different superhero in the old days, today assisting Paperinik. Lives in the old abandoned factory Century. Takes the role of One in ''[=PK2=]'' to some extent, by providing the hero with gadgetry and a refuge.

'''First appearance:''' ''[=PK2=]'' #2 "Just a Little Fear"

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* AlmightyJanitor: He is the janitor of the Century dismissed factory. He was also the sidekick of another superhero, Astrongman (Destroyer Duck in the ''Pikappa'' reboot).
* BackFromTheDead: [[spoiler:In ''Pikappa'',thanks to a BrainUploading.]]
* BewareTheSillyOnes: He has CloudCuckooLander tendencies, as he likes to reminisce on his past. He also hasn't rusted up one bit.
* BigOlEyebrows: And it's less subject to DependingOnTheArtist than the other examples on this page.
* BrainUploading: Uploaded himself into a computer once. It's not permanent... [[spoiler:but a backup of him remained]].
* CoolOldGuy: He is still around to help superheroes and always willing to give advice.
* EarlyBirdCameo: He made a few short panel appearances in ''[=PK2=]'' #2 and #5. His proper introduction was in #6.
* GadgeteerGenius: Takes over the role after [[spoiler:One gets deactivated]], and becomes the secondary one in the reboot.
* GrumpyOldMan: To some extent in ''[=PK2=]''.
* KidSidekick: In ''Pikappa'', the younger Lyonard was the sidekick of Destroyer Duck, going by the name of Destroyer Kid.
* LimitedWardrobe: Even more so than other characters.
* PromotionToParent: To Lyla, in the reboot.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: [[spoiler:His mind is put in a robotic body identical to the original.]]
* TheyCallMeMisterTibbs: When introducing himself to the hero.
-->"Name's Lyonard D'Aq. Lyo to friends. Mr. D'Aq to you!"
* TragicMonster: [[spoiler:Lyozard, the Godzilla-like creature he trasformed into thanks to Vendor.]]
* WildHair: Well, he could use a comb.
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!!Zigfried "Ziggy" Flagstarr
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Ziggy works as an errand boy for Channel 00. He was originally going to join the PBI along with his sister Mary Ann, but left before taking the final exam because he didn't like all the secrecy.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #3 "Day of the Cold Sun"

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* AlmightyJanitor: Trained to become a [[FBIAgent PBI Agent]], took a job as an errand boy for Channel 00. [[spoiler:And rose in the ranks until becoming the director of the channel's news program.]]
* AmbiguouslyBrown: In the same vein of his sister.
* AscendedExtra: Ziggy would pretty much just be this background character walking around the offices of Channel 00 until ''PKNA'' #29.
* BrotherSisterTeam: Teams up with his sister Mary Ann from time to time.
* DemotedToExtra: In ''[=PK2=]'' and ''Pikappa'', he returns to being this guy who just walks around the offices of Channel 00, whereas before he had received a bit of characterization. He gets a cameo in ''Might and Power'' and may be seen more again in the future, since in the years while PK was inactive [[spoiler:he's become ''director'' Channel 00 News]].
* FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling: The foolish to Mary Ann's responsible.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Nobody ever calls this guy Zigfried.
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!!Mortimer Bloom
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The leader of the Starcorp team at Duckmall Center.

'''First appearance:''' ''[=PK2=]'' #1 "Ducklair"

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* BenevolentBoss: Not only he is always friendly and understanding, but he also goes the extra mile to help his employees.
* BigOlEyebrows: Almost a standard for the older males of this series.
* FurryBaldness: It's rarely seen, however, since he is almost always drawn with his hat on.
* GoofySuit: Once had to go to work in a kangaroo costume instead of the regular security guard uniform.
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[[folder: Xadhoom]]
!!Xadhoom
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->''"There doesn't exist a universe as big as remorse."''

Once she was a scientist from the planet Xerba named Xado. Today, after an experiment she performed on herself, she is the super-powered being Xadhoom, who seeks vengeance on the Evronian Empire for having conquered her planet and enslaved her people. Becomes an ally to Paperinik, despite their first hostile encounter.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"

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* NinetiesAntiHero: While her powers, look and attitude may qualify, her character is developed better than the average NAH.
* AFormYouAreComfortableWith: Subverted; while she is an EnergyBeing and her physical appearance is malleable, it's not very different from her Xerbian look.
* ActionBomb: If she lost control of herself, she'd become a nova and explode.
* ActionGirl: Unquestionably the biggest one in the series.
* AffectionateNickname: Paperinik usually calls her [[WhatBeautifulEyes "Beauty Eyes"]] ("Occhi Belli" in italian). Becomes funnier when she is BroughtDownToNormal and recovers her true look... Including her gorgeous emerald green eyes.
* AGodIAm: She delivered one when [[spoiler:Xari]] told her he and the other [[spoiler:Xerbians]] would find a way to bring her back to normal.
-->'''Xadhoom:''' ''Why?'' Don't you ''like'' me ''like this''? ''I'' am ''truly'' free! Free from all the needs ''torturing'' you! It's ''you'' who should ''become like me''!
* AlienBlood: As shown in a flashback, Xerbians have inky-black blood. How her blood looks like now, or if she even has any, is anyone's guess.
* AloofAlly: Especially at the beginning, she only cared for Paperinik as someone who could help her wipe out more Evronians.
* AngstNuke: Letting her rage free would cause one that would kill everybody in a vast area, including herself.
* AntiHero: She isn't constricted by things like "moral code", "mercy" or trying to be better than the ones she is fighting.
* ArchEnemy: To the '''whole''' Evronian Empire.
* TheAtoner: To an extent: she blames herself for not listening to Xari and others Xerbians's warnings about the Evronians.
* ApocalypseHow: Capable of inflicting any level of this, up to Planetary: Class 5, depending on how much power she's willing to dedicate to the task.
* BadassNormal: She proved surprisingly capable of holding her own against Raghor, even without using her powers.
* BadassBoast: After she ends up on an Evronian ship:
-->'''Evronian''': "The party has ended for you!"
-->'''Xadhoom''': "This is where you are wrong, Evronian! Look at me... I'm all alone, in the heart of an enemy base, surrounded by thousands of warriors! '''The party for me begins NOW!'''"
* BatmanCanBreatheInSpace: Justified, as not needing to breathe is one of her powers.
* BeautifulAllAlong: The one time she recovered her pre-mutation look, Paperinik found out she was ''gorgeous''.
* TheBerserker
* BewareTheSuperman: For the Evronians; she is possibly the most powerful being in the Universe and has a personal vendetta against them. Even Paperinik had to face this a couple of times, such as during their first encounter, or the time she was hallucinating.
* BigDamnHeroes: She does it regulary, so much that both she and Paperinik start {{lampshading}} it.
-->'''Evronian:''' "This time Paperinik is not here to save you!"
-->'''Xadhoom:''' "Actually, it's usually the other way around!"
* BigNo: When she returns to Xerba after the experiment. Also when she thought [[spoiler:Paperinik had become a Coolflame]].
* BloodKnight: She greatly enjoys fighting Evronians and at times complains that it's almost too easy.
* BookEnds: [[spoiler:The beginning of Xadhoom involved a dying sun, and her end involved a new-born sun. It ended the way it began...]]
* BreakTheCutie: From what we have seen in flashbacks, she used to be a nice and somewhat shy woman who loved dancing and the stars, and wished nothing more than avert the impending loss of energy of Xerba, with her slight arrogance justified by her being the greatest astrophysicist in Xerba's history (it's mentioned she beat the greatest achievement of her predecessor when she was much younger than him). Then, as she successfully completed an experiment to obtain an eternal power source (and ''[[PhysicalGoddess becoming that power source]]''), Xerba was [[WeComeInPeaceShootToKill invaded by the same aliens she had just signed a trading treaty with]]...
* BroughtDownToBadass: Happens in PKNA #28 due to the sight of a Coolflame that [[spoiler:looked identical to Xari]]. At the end of the issue it's revealed [[spoiler:she never lost her powers: it was the result of her wish the Evronian invasion of Xerba and her powers had never happened, and subconsciously acted on it when she saw that Coolflame]]. The Evronian SuperSoldier convinced of having killed her was disintegrated shortly thereafter.
* BurningWithAnger: Not done very often, but yes.
* CapturedSuperEntity: The Evronians tried to do this to her multiple times. She always escaped, usually thanks to her powers and sometimes with Paperinik's help.
* CasualInterstellarTravel: Averted: she doesn't do it for casual reasons, and [[ShownTheirWork intergalactic distances are portrayed accurately]], making it all the more impressive that she can.
* TheChessmaster: She did it just once, right before her [[spoiler:HeroicSacrifice]]. The result was a CrowningMomentOfAwesome.
* ComboPlatterPowers:
** [[HandBlast Energy Projection]].
** {{Flight}}
** BizarreAlienSenses: Can sense energy emissions. Justified as part of her mutation.
** [[IntangibleMan Phasing through solid objects]]
** SuperStrength
** ShapeShifting: Downplayed, as she's only able to change her skin color, and open a hole in her body. [[ComicBook/XMen Mystique]] and [[ComicBook/TeenTitans Beast Boy]] level feats are beyond her.
** SuperSpeed: Sufficient to traverse galactic distances, in an unknown amount of time, though considerably less than two years, in-universe.
** NighInvulnerability: To an extreme extent; physical injuries don't particularly faze her, no matter how severe; now disrupting or siphoning her energy could prove lethal... Were she to allow her opponent an hour or two for either method.
** StoryBreakerPower: What she's generally acknowledged by everyone as having.
** PlayingWithFire
*** ElementalShapeshifter: In as much as a super-science based PhysicalGoddess can be this: in spaceflight and combat, everything below her waist has occasionally become a shapeless, flame-like substance. [[WildMassGuessing This may or may not be how her true form, after her mutation]].
*** FlamingHair: Once, when she was depowered.
*** WreathedInFlames: Rarer than the above two, but it has happened.
** [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway Bizarrely, the ability to generate her spacesuit]]. Justified: Not only does she control matter and energy, but in PKNA #28 "Metamorphosis" it is implied that it has literally become her skin.
** PsychoactivePowers: A prerequisite for Xadhoom's powers to work is a measure of belief that she even has them: without that, they don't work. At all.
* CurbStompBattle: Xadhoom has the power of a sun inside her. Fighting her head-on is pointless, and should only be done when a distraction is needed.
* DyingMomentOfAwesome: [[spoiler:Killing herself to become a sun and ensure her people's survival.]]
* DidNotGetTheBoy: [[spoiler:Even after finding Xari and saving the Xerbians, she realized they were too different and that he would be happier with [[SecondLove Xalya]]. She then went for her HeroicSacrifice.]]
* DependingOnTheWriter: it's inconsistent in-between issues whether Xadhoom is composed of PureEnergy, a Mutant, or a mixture of matter and energy: WordOfGod says it's the latter, in-story Xadhoom claims to be [[EnergyBeing the former]], and the middle option is unlikely, as she's only referred to as that once, by an Evronian.
* TheDreaded: The Evronians have a well-motivated fear of Xadhoom, considering she is an indestructible being with the power of a star inside her, and she's hell-bent on eradicating every last one of them.
* DistractedByMyOwnSexy: during "Metamorphosis", she spends a moment looking at at her reflection. Arguably Justified in that she had reverted to her pre-mutated state at the time.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Xadhoom is only briefly seen as a silhouette in the very first issue. Two issues later, she gets her proper introduction.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Xadhoom's introduction: she bursts through that wall and stars taking down the Evronians who got Paperinik cornered.
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: Xadhoom is Xerbian for 'creditor', and the Evronians owe her her homeworld and entire species (when told about the meaning of her name, PK admits that it explained everything, given his own issues with creditors). Notable because she acts like a creditor until the end, [[spoiler:ceasing her hunt for every Evronians after blowing up their Worldship with their Emperor, the Imperial Senate and many of their best and brightest generals and scientists on it, and saving the survivors of her people.]]
** EvilDebtCollector: {{Invoked}} by her choice of name, from the Evronian point of view.
* FakingTheDead: In a short story, Xadhoom pretended to be dead by reducing her vital functions in order to get inside a spaceship she couldn't destroy from the outside.
* GeniusBruiser: Xerba is a PlanetOfHats where everybody is a kind of scientist, and she was the best astrophysicist ''in Xerba's whole history''.
* GenreBlind: Surprisingly, Xadhoom fails to consider that just maybe the Evronians' new gadget can actually affect her, something that has actually happened ''four times'' (the first being in her very first appearance, and the third right after she remarked they can't do anything to her). [[ItOnlyWorksOnce Not that she'll let it work again after being hit once]], or [[HeroicWillpower will allow the fourth attempt to actually defeat her]]...
* GoOutWithASmile: [[spoiler:Musters one up when she's about to transform herself into a sun for her people.]]
* GreenEyes: Before her mutation.
* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: Her past self, that is.
* {{Hallucinations}}: at the beginning of ''Shooting Star'' she is wounded by an Evronian superweapon: this causes her to mistake ordinary people (and Paperinik) for Evronians for most of the issue. Thankfully the kind of energy she uses to kill the Evronians is not lethal for earthlings.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:She becomes a sun to allow her people to survive.]]
* HeroicWillpower: In ''Under a New Sun'' the Emperor of Evron had managed to capture her by holding the Xerbian survivors hostage, and his scientist were trying to torture her into exploding to use her as a perpetual energy source, but she resisted everything they tried with a smile. It even gets [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by the Emperor when he realizes it...
* HotScientist: Before her mutation. Also after it, though then we're also talking another kind of [[IncrediblyLamePun Hot]] entirely...
* HumanAlien: Subverted a bit; Xerbians have green skin, but are otherwise physically indistinguishable from humans. Played Straight after her mutation.
* HumanoidAbomination: Her levels of power are more akin to a [[EldritchAbomination Cosmic Horror]] than the other characters, hero or villain, and a few panels make it evident that she has no internal anatomy. It sort-of says it all that [[spoiler:when [[MadScientist Zoster]] obtained her powers, he eschewed the whole Humanoid bit and went straight into borderline-EldritchAbomination Galactic Conqueror territory.]]
* TheHunter: She's hunting down those Evronian guys.
* JackBauerInterrogationTechnique: She is not above a bit of forceful interrogation of Evronians to find out what she needs to know.
* IGaveMyWord: After interrogating a number of Evronians, she lets them go because she promised they wouldn't come to any harm.
* ImmuneToBullets: Even when she is weakened, as shown in PKNA #17 "Shooting Star".
* ImprobableWeaponUser: Whatever you do, don't let Xadhoom have a fork!
* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: [[spoiler:Asks [[SecondLove Xalya]] to take care of Xari before going off to her HeroicSacrifice.]]
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:Subverted; while the original Xadhoom is dead, prior to that, she made a virtual backup of her mind, containing every bit of knowledge and every memory she has, leaving that venue possible for a resurrection.]]
* LeeroyJenkins: Her favorite tactic is simply charging in and kill everybody, so it's difficult to convince her of a more subtle approach. It was already discussed in the first issue she appears.
-->'''Xadhoom:''' "Don't you like a good "First I smash everything,then we talk" style entrance?"
-->'''Paperinik:''' "To make them escape?"
* LetsDance: While she was still Xerbian, Xadhoom loved dancing. After her transformation, "Let's dance!" became one of her battle cries.
* LetsYouAndHimFight: A one sided case the first time she meets Paperinik: he wants to thank her for saving him from the Evronians; she wants to kill him because she thinks he ''is'' an Evronian.
* LiteralMinded: On one occasion she was on Earth masked as a human, and Angus, after taking her sunglasses, cried "Blow me down!". Xadhoom delivered a MegatonPunch.
* LivingBattery: She intended to become this for the Xerbians.
* MadeOfExplodium: Exploding, [[RequiredSecondaryPowers and reforming]], is one of her powers.
* MeaningfulName: Xadhoom is Xerbian for "creditor", and she intends to have the Evronians pay what they owe.
* MonochromaticEyes: Her mutated form has these. Her original Xerbian form has [[WhatBeautifulEyes startling green eyes]].
* NeckLift: Does this to Raghor in PKNA #28 before blowing him up.
* TheNeedless: She doesn't need air, food or sleep, considering she is the embodiment of a sun.
* TheNoseless: As a side effect of her mutation, she lost her nose and ears.
* NotInThisForYourRevolution: When Paperinik declared they would have defended Duckburg together, she replied with this:
--> '''Xadhoom:''' I'm not here to defend anyone! I just want to purge that Evronian scum from the universe.
* OneWomanArmy: On one occasion she fought ''three Evronian battlefleets'', using everything they had from warriors with personal weapons to the most powerful guns of the Empire and ''the one weapon that had ever left Xadhoom helpless''. Five pages later, the half-dozen survivors are running like they were pursued by an angry goddess ([[PhysicalGod they were, in a way]]) as soon as they're given the order to retreat. And that weapon capable of defeating Xadhoom missed due to her altering her body, and she disintegrated it soon afterwards.
* OutsideContextProblem: For the most part, Paperinik either faces human-level opponents, or low-level superhumans. The change in the status quo that motivates the existence of ''Paperinik New Adventures'' is the sudden invasion of Earth by a highly advanced galactic empire -- and with them, a super-powered alien named Xadhoom hell-bent on their destruction.
* PayEvilUntoEvil: She is as ruthless as the Evronians she is fighting, if not more.
* PersonOfMassDestruction: With the level and variety of her powers, she can obliterate everything from astroships to planets.
* PhysicalGoddess: She is one of the most powerful beings in Paperinik's universe. She is not entirely physical, though: it's frequently implied, and sometimes outright shown, that the wild-haired, green-eyed [[HumanoidAbomination vaguely-human, er, Xerbian-looking body]] is only a temporary and redundant shell, that Xadhoom can easily alter and reconstruct as she sees fit.
* PowerOfTheSun: Or strong solar associations, anyway.
* PreMortemOneLiner: [[spoiler:"Goodbye Evron. With this, we have closed accounts".]]
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: Started one against the Evronians when they conquered her planet.
* SheCleansUpNicely: For most of PKNA #28.
* ShipTease: If she wasn't so determined to find her boyfriend Xari, you might think she was a {{Tsundere}} for Paperinik. She also kisses him in PKNA #17.
* SlasherSmile: What her enemies may see before she destroys them.
* SourOutsideSadInside: She is often angry, callous and abrupt. Considering her adult life has been such a tragedy, she is also deeply hurt.
* SquishyWizard: Xadhoom's physical attributes are relatively weak compared to her matter/energy manipulation powers. She is still a superhuman, but her strengths lie in her more esoteric powers.
* SuperpowerMeltdown: If Xadhoom loses control, she turns into a literal supernova.
* SurvivorGuilt: She has shades of this, especially when she found a recording on one of the Xerbian spaceships.
* ShowyInvincibleHero: Very few situations credibly threaten her. ''But damn'' if it isn't entertaining to watch.
* TookALevelInBadass: Suffice to say, Xado took a ''monumental'' one.
* TookALevelInJerkass: As Xado she was a nice and somewhat shy woman. As Xadhoom... she isn't. At all.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Bicarbonate. She doesn't really ''need'' to eat, but her usual diet ([[ILoveNuclearPower thermonuclear processings]]) gives her "[[{{Pun}} stomach burns]]".
* TranquilFury: It's not apparent due the fact she's always killing Evronians in the most painful way she knows while thinking how to make their deaths more humiliating, but a short story showed her allowing a tiny bit of hatred and rage flow free for a single instant, and kill by indigestion an Evronian cyborg capable to harness the energy of the emotions of everyone in the area. That's how we know she's in TranquilFury, that and the fact she ever went in UnstoppableRage for a single instant she'd become a nova and destroy a solar system.
* UnrealisticBlackHole: If she lost control of her powers she'd become a nova and then a black hole: One theorized it could suck Earth in.
* VitriolicBestBuds: She is this with Paperinik. He sometimes tries to have Xadhoom not so obsessed on her revenge, and jokingly nicknames her "beauty eyes" due to her monochromatic green eyes.
* WalkingTheEarth: Xadhoom can go pretty much wherever she wants in the Universe, and spends most of the time just flying around and blowing up Evronians wherever she finds them.
* WasOnceAMan: Xadhoom used to be a Xerbian before an experiment turned her into the embodiment of a sun.
* WhenSheSmiles: Xadhoom is depicted as quite beautiful when she smiles in a genuinely amused way.
* WillfullyWeak: While she's frequently portrayed as invincible, as Zoster demonstrates, she is more than capable of manipulating matter and energy on a near-cosmic scale. However, this is {{Justified}}; [[spoiler:as Zoster also demonstrates, this comes with a dangerous loss of self-control, which they need, in order to remain coherent]].
* WomenAreWiser: Inverted: Xadhoom is prone to anger and will gladly jump in danger without a second thought, so it's ''Paperinik'' who must act as the reasonable one.
* WorldsStrongestWoman: If not of the universe.
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[[folder:Evronian Empire]]

!Evronians
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->''"'''Might and power!'''"''

The main enemies in ''Paperinik New Adventures'' and ''Pikappa''. And the video game. The Evronian Empire is out to conquer other planets and collect energy, particularly the emotional energy from the inhabitants, turning them into their mindless slaves in the process. Now Earth is on the verge of being invaded by these aliens (they vary in being portrayed seriously and jokingly), and Paperinik's there to stop them.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"

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* [[AliensSpeakingEnglish Aliens Speaking Italian]]: According to WordOfGod, they learned it from old Earth's movies.
* AlwaysChaoticEvil: DoubleSubverted; although depicted as rotten through-and-through (except in the humorous, non-canonical side stories), after the destruction of the Imperial Worldship by Xadhoom, some Evronians sue for peace with Earth. After negotiating peace, however, those same Evronians leave a spy to prepare the terrain for the next attack. As this spy was introduced in a story set in the future as the ''last'' Evronian, we can guess it ended badly... Until the 2014 relaunch, where we learn that due to some changes to the timeline, the spy actually succeeded.
* BackFromTheDead: As long as you don't find the body every single Evronian has a chance of being brought back to life.
* PlanetSpaceship: They have quite a few:
** Zotnam's Mothership, appearing in "Xadhoom" and "Phase 2" is the first to appear, and is 500 km long and tall. There may be another just like that.
** The one appearing in the "Xadhoom Trilogy", under the command of Evron Eleventh to the Fifth. And again, [[UpToEleven it's not their largest spaceship]].
** ''Evron itself'', an '''''actual planet''''' transformed in a starship. Never seen, only mentioned (possibly seen in a flashback in "On the Dark Side" as Xadhoom blew it up).
** The 2014 relaunch story "Might and Power" proves they ''love'' this trope, as the resurgent Evronian Empire spent ''two hundred years'' to convert their new homeworld [[spoiler: Earth]] into a starship.
** And the second 2016 story, "Chronicle of a Return", shows ''another'' (close in size to Zotnam's mothership or Evron Eleventh to the Fifth's) and reveals that [[spoiler:they build them ''periodically'': whenever the population on one grows too much they build one and send half their numbers on the new one, complete with a new emperor]].
* CrazyPrepared: The Evronians believe themselves invincible in battle and that nobody would ever be able to board their worldship, but they still build all their small arms with a genetic controller that activates them only in the hands of Evronians (the exception being the rare occasion they have to arm some temporary allies or mercenaries) and installed heavy weapon platforms ''inside'' their worldship. While the small arms characteristic could be justified with the chance of prisoners rebelling and overpowering their guards, those heavy weapons had no apparent reason aside for 'just in case'... And both became useful on-screen.
* DarkerAndEdgier: Oh, so much... When the series started, normal Paperinik stories were light-hearted and tended to comedy or straight adventure, with the most dangerous recurring foe being Spectrus the hypnotist (an incredibly powerful one that could hypnotize from ''movies of himself'', but still a normal human in somewhat bad shape, and could be easily neutralized with ''onion juice''). Then the Evronians showed up...
** And it remains this even when compared to the early stories, when Paperinik was a straight up ''criminal'' who just happened to target {{Asshole Victim}}s. After all, none of those early enemies was ''that'' bad...
* EasilyThwartedAlienInvasion: {{Subverted}}: at first it seems that PK is thwarting them single-handedly, but Xadhoom's debut and level of power implies they have bigger fishes to fry, and with time it's made clear that ''Xadhoom'' and multiple revolts are the indirect cause of this, leaving the Evronians so overstretched, the armed forces of Earth can beat back an attack with Paperinik thwarting their attempts at softening up the defences and establishing a foothold.
** ''Might and Power'' shows how hard they are to defeat once and for all. [[spoiler:Starting from a spy and a few caches of spores that were still hidden on Earth, they have secretly rebuilt an army on the planet that, when completed, will be able to conquer the planet in just a few weeks.]]
* EmotionEater: They also use emotions as fuel.
* TheEmpire: We never learn how big it is, but apparently it has lasted for thousands of years. PKNA #9 shows that Evronians made a brief visit on Earth during the Stone Age.
* EnemyCivilWar: In PKNA #30 ''Phase Two'', Two starts spreading distrust on the ship he has been uploaded to, causing everyone on it to start usurping each other.
** The Evronians in the reboot are fragmented due the aftermath of one, triggered by the death of their emperor and the destruction of the Imperial Palace when the Guardian Drones raided their homeworld and the dead of the following emperor in a palace coup.
* EvilCannotComprehendGood: More actually emotions: due their rather limited emotive spectrum, most Evronians fail to fully understand the power of emotions, leading to a few defeats that could have been avoided had they known of them. Averted by the Emperor: as an Evronian of the highest caste he has a full emotional spectrum and ''can'' comprehend emotions. Thanks to this, he is the only one in the universe to ''best Xadhoom'', and would have made that permanent had he been just a little faster in realizing how great her self-control was and ordering to turn maximum power to the device supposed to make her explode and transform her into a perpetual energy source.
* EvilHasABadSenseOfHumour: In ''PK Universe'' we learn that by Evronian standards shouting "We'll meet again, Earthlings! And it will be your end!" is ''making an incredibly funny joke''. They also appreciate horrible jokes (most of them, at least: Zondag was depressed by it).
* ForegoneConclusion: Thanks to the words of Grrodon from the future in PKNA #5, we know the fate of the Evronian Empire.
** However, [[spoiler:the 2014 relaunch storyline shows that Grrodon, due to some changes over the course of history (starting from his fortuitous meeting with Morgan Fairfax during imprisonment in the [=McCoy=] persona), succeeded in restoring the Evronian might and even became Emperor. By the end of the same storyline the old situation seems restored, but there's still no certainty that the BadFuture has been prevented yet. The war against the Evronians will probably be longer than we first thought.]]
* GadgeteerGenius: Evronians are very good with tech, to the point that two warriors (so not technically trained) stated and shown to be rather dumb have been able to build a vehicle capable of bringing them from Earth ground to the asteroid belt with ''two hammers and a pile of car scraps''. Larger groups of warriors of average intelligence with a warrant officer have been able to repurpose their ships reactor to ''[[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu trap Xadhoom in a way she had no way to escape from]]'', and their actual engineers, starting from raw materials, were able of putting together a small fleet of warships capable of weathering the US nuclear arsenal in ''less than a week''.
* HiveCasteSystem: The nourishment the spores get determines the strength of the individual (or the intelligence, for the scientific branch).
* [[ImplacableMan Implacable Alien Race]]: In ''Pikappa''. [[spoiler:In a thousand years, they will be ''still'' attacking Earth regularly!]]
* InherentInTheSystem: Their status as a threat to other races is a necessity caused by their xenophobia and their tech being powered by emotional energy: without any of these factors, they would be either isolationists feeding off non-sentients or, as shown in the final issue of the reboot, fully integrated in the galactic society and even helpful.
* KnightOfCerebus: Their backstory is considerably darker than you would expect from a Disney comic, especially the Paperinik stories from the time. While Paperinik's villains could be somewhat powerful, they tended to be just out for money (or more bizarre goals, like Inquinator) and the most dangerous situations they got Paperinik into were Creator/AdamWest-style traps. With Evronians, things get serious.
* MonochromaticEyes: All of them, except those who are mutated.
* {{Mooks}}: The Empire's got several kinds.
* NotSoHarmlessVillain:
** Most of the times, the Evronians aren't exactly terrifying. Then you see them fighting enemies that are not PK or Xadhoom, and you find out that your average Evronian Warrior is scaringly competent and well equipped, and their one weakness (scarce initiative) didn't stop them from [[CurbStompBattle curbstomp the US Army in a few skirmishes or overrunning Xerba in a few days after the orbital defences had been deactivated]].
** In PKNA #[=0/3=] a group of Evronian warriors managed to ''[[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu capture Xadhoom and make her completely helpless]]'' by improvising a forcefield that could resist her power. It didn't stick long (they had to dismantle their ship's reactor to build the projector, so they had to power it with energy from the local powerplant and One cut the supply), but they had still defeated a ''physical goddess'' and made it look easy.
** ''Might and Power'' has them at their most menacing: while they are far from being back to their original, universe-spanning power, PK at first has to fight them without the allies and gadgets he was used to have, against a new breed of SuperSoldier they created (and he later discovers that they have [[spoiler:clones of Trauma too, albeit weaker]]), and without any ability to hide or strike silently, since now they have devices to ''track his DNA down''. The balance is soon made more even with the introduction of a new ally and new powerful gear for the hero, but their numbers, training and strenght are such it's still not enough; PK is even forced to [[spoiler:destroy the Ducklair Tower to repel the attack of a large squad on Duckburg]]. It takes [[spoiler:the intervention of the Raider, some good planning and especially the production of ''a gun that can devolve the Evronians'' given to a large multinational force including at least the US Army and the whole NATO]] to finally bring them down... for now.
* OneHitKill: Their evronguns are capable of this, though it's more like "one-hit turn into obedient zombie"[[note]]Grrodon implies they can be also used as this by absorbing life energy, but we never see it happen because the shot is deflected[[/note]]. One [[AllThereInTheManual extra]], hovever, reveals that earthlings are so full of emotional energy one shot may not be enough.
* OnlyOneName: This goes for almost every single Evronian character.
* OurVampiresAreDifferent: They are born from spores, for starters...
* OutsideContextProblem: Previously Paperinik had only dealt with normal criminal and human-level supervillains (the most famous of which, Spectrus, being just a very capable hypnotist). Then the Evronians showed up...
* PlanetLooters: They come, absorb all the emotion of the inhabitants of a planet, transform them into zombies and go on to do the same on another planet.
* PoweredByAForsakenChild: Many of their technologies are powered by emotions.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: The original English name of the Evronians was written "Evrees" in "The Springs of the Moon", but when the series was translated it didn't stick.
* SuperSoldier: Once in a while they deploy some of these, usually with some kind of fail-safe. So far we've seen:
** Project [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Abominion]], [[AllThereInTheManual shown only in the technical files]]. It apparently yielded results, but was terminated when said results ended out of control;
** [[VoluntaryShapeShifting Shape-shifting soldiers]], the first to actually appear thanks to Grrodon. [[TheyLookLikeUsNow Used to infiltrate the enemy, sabotage military forces and rig important government votes]]. They are one of two kinds without a safety, and as result in the reboot they're implied to have assassinated the emperor in a failed coup that plunged the Empire into chaos. On the other hand, a group of these in the reboot easily ''neutralized Earth's armed forces'', and in the 2014 relaunch "Might and Power" [[spoiler:one of them rebuilds the Empire from scratch]];
** [[EnsembleDarkHorse The fan-favorite Trauma]], a general augmented with SuperStrength, NighInvulnerability and the PsychicPowers of causing fear and then feed on it, thus transforming the victim in a Coolflame. Having been a famed and well-appreciated general, the Evronians left him without a safety... And sicked an army (complete with {{Humongous Mecha}}s) as soon as they realized he was about to mutiny, putting him in a psychic-suppressing restraint and keeping him in the Well until the day they found a use for him;
*** [[spoiler:A number of low-ranking warriors with the same augmentation as Trauma appear in ''Might and Power''. This time there's a whole series of safeties: they've been created by normal warriors, so they have less decisional autonomy and intelligence than the original; the physical augmentation is much reduced, and they're barely stronger than the Augmented Units; they're unarmed; they're deployed as glorified slave drivers, using their psychic powers to keep them in check; a large number of normal warriors ''and'' Augmented Units is deployed alongside them, with the order to shoot them at the first sign of mutiny]].
** Klangor the Cyborg, with the ability to absorb enemy attacks, enough firepower to take on the Well's garrison and win, and a ''[[SimpleYetAwesome remote-controlled off switch]]'' his handlers activated as soon as he mutinied. He's still pissed at it;
** Raghor and his beast soldiers, an offshot of Project Abominion created by fusing Evronian DNA with that of the Beasts of Rangar to give them superior strenght, speed and resistance to damage. The Evronians deployed a vast force of normal soldiers to keep them in check during the test ride, soldiers that put a brainwashing device in their helmets as soon as their officer appeared about to mutiny. [[ProperlyParanoid They had to activate it]];
** Created by Gorthan, the same guy who augmented Trauma, we have [[ShoutOut Kravenn the Hunter]]. A modified ShapeShifter, Kravenn has an uncanny ability to track down whatever his target is, and is programmed to die should he fail his mission or rebel;
** The final issue of the original series, titled "[[WhatIf If]]" [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin due containing a number of stories where something went different in the main story]], gives us another experiment of Gorthan, a breed of Evronian-''[[WorstNewsJudgementEver Angus Fangus]]'' hybrids that are combat-ready at birth, capable of feeding on negative emotions without special items and [[SuperStrength strong enough to]] ''[[SuperStrength tear through tank armour bare-handed]]''. This time the in-built weakness is an extremely fast metabolism: if they can't feed they starve and faint in less than a minute, something crippling against regular Evronians who can't feel any emotion. They are defeated when Paperinik, thanks to [[EvilGloating the first one talking too much]] and revealing Angus had been chosen for his ability to find, cause and feel negative emotions, realizes this weakness and invites the human soldiers to think about happy things.
** The 2014 relaunch gives us the 'Augmented Units', basically larger Evronian warriors with SuperStrength and agility. They're always deployed with a larger number of standard warriors who keep their guns trained on their backs, and while most times they haven't given much trouble, they can be very dangerous at times: PK, during the battle [[spoiler:inside Ducklair Tower]], is almost knocked out and barely escapes the attack of a large group of them.
*** CallBack: In "Portrait of the Young Hero", Ducklas Styvesant's (a 23rd century director and producer famous for the realism of his productions) show about Paperinik in the 23rd century featured holographic and robotic Evronians identical to the Augmented Units, always flanked by standard warriors (played by extra actors in disguise), ''exactly'' like the real Augmented Units and their overseers.
** The reboot showed us a warrior for underwater combat. It's formidable... [[BoringYetPractical And can't breathe air]].
* WeComeInPeaceShootToKill: They pull this whenever there's a chance their target can resist.
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!!Evron Eleventh to the Fifth
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->''"My title is not purely '''honorific!'''"''

The Evronian Emperor himself, the head of the Evronian Empire. He's Evron, the Emperor. Of the Evronian Empire.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #36 "Far, Far Away" (first confirmed appearance)

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* AHeadAtEachEnd: Evron has a second head at the end of his tail, which is actually the dominant one.
** BreathWeapon: The non-dominant head.
** EyelessFace: The dominant head.
** ScaryTeeth: The dominant head.
** TheSpeechless: The non-dominant head.
* BadassCape: Evron in PKNA #36 "Far, Far Away" features this.
* BigBad: An Evronian emperor.
** BigBadDuumvirate: With Zotnam.
* BigRedDevil: He is portrayed as this in PKNA #36, very imposing, standing on a throne that looks like a rock, holding a trident-like spear. The artist of the following issue, however, drew him far less menacing.
* GalacticConqueror: As an emperor of a race who is costantly trying to extend its domain.
* LargeAndInCharge: The biggest and most muscled non-mutated Evronian.
* LegacyCharacter: The character who appears in the series isn't the first in the Evron line.
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!!Zotnam
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-> ''"'''Since when''' does Evron respect close pacts with '''weaklings?'''"''

The commander of the invasion force of Earth, and one of the few Evronians of the Imperial subtype. He's rather frustrated by his underlings.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0/3 "Xadhoom!"

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* AHeadAtEachEnd: Like the emperor he has a second dominant head at the end of his tail.
** BreathWeapon: The non-dominant head. [[SurroundedByIdiots Mostly used when his subordinates ask or say something stupid one time too many]].
** EyelessFace: The dominant head.
** ScaryTeeth: The dominant head.
** TheSpeechless: The non-dominant head.
* BadassBoast: Of TheChessmaster variant: "Do you think there's ''anything'' happening on this ship that I don't know of?!". Later in the same issue he proves it when he reveals that [[spoiler:he manipulated Two for ''two years'' as part of a plan to neuter or kill Paperinik, and ''Two believed he was the one manipulating him and Zotnam didn't know of him the whole time'']].
* BigBad: As far as Paperinik is concerned, leading the Evronian force trying to invade Earth. His title actually being "Highest", and, according to the reboot, his name being the Evronian word for ''emperor''!
** BigBadDuumvirate: With Evron Eleventh to the Fifth.
* BigRedDevil: Not to the extent of Evron Eleventh to the Fifth, but still.
* TheChessmaster: He once successfully manipulated [[spoiler:''Two'']], of all people, and [[spoiler:Two]] believed he was the one manipulating Zotnam for two years.
* TheDragon: Believed to be this in the original series, but revealed to be another emperor in the PKNE story "Chronicle of a Return".
* GalacticConqueror: As an emperor of a race who is costantly trying to extend its domain.
* LeanAndMean: While Evron Eleventh to the Fifth is quite muscular, Zotnam is skinny.
* StuffBlowingUp: Finds it rather satisfying, hence why [[spoiler:he let Two take off with his escape vehicle: he preferred blowing him up rather than erasing him]].
* SurroundedByIdiots: His subordinates are rather stupid, and tend to get him really frustrated. He vents on them with his BreathWeapon.
* WhateverHappenedToTheMouse: Zotnam and his force disappear after "Phase Two".
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!!Gorthan
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->''"I hate you because you give [[HumansAreSpecial body and soul to dreams]]."''

The greatest scientist of the Evronian Empire, and the most sophisticated one. He specializes in creating super soldiers and strengthening Evronians, which he's also done to himself. Becomes incresingly interested in the culture of Earth, ending up being cast out by his Evronian brethren for being too different. Gorthan has a more prominent role in ''Pikappa''.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #10 "Trauma"

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* BigBad: In ''Pikappa'', Gorthan is the one in charge of the invasion of Earth.
* EnemyMine: Has at times worked together with Paperinik in some form.
* GeniusBruiser: The best scientist of the Evronian Empire, and he has SuperStrength.
* HumanityIsInfectious: By studying our culture he develops individualism, which is a big "no-no" between his race.
* KlingonsLoveShakespeare: And he really is quite into Shakespeare.
* MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch: In the Ultimate-like remake, he realizes that destroying everything is pointless. Even though he tries to justify it via PragmaticVillainy (read: "Since living beings can recover from coolflaming, why don't we reap them ''periodically'' instead of destroying their worlds?". It's implied it will backfire on him and/or will bring the Empire to its knees via civil war.
* NotSoDifferent: While he admits he and Paperinik are nothing alike, he thinks that of their races.
-->''"Didn't you study your history? The only difference is that we finish our wars much faster!"''
** He's however similar to his experiment, Trauma. Both have a more developed personality than the rest of their species (Gorthan is WickedCultured, while Trauma displays a sense of humor and prefers to play cat and mice), and both end up rejected as a result.
* WeCanRuleTogether: In the rebooted series, Gorthan offers PK to join the Evronian Empire as a general.
* WickedCultured: Becomes this by studying humans culture. It backfires on him.
* WolverineClaws: He has retractable blades in one of his gloves.
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!!Zoster
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An Evronian scientist who appeared three times in the PKNA series, besides alternate continuities and the PK video game.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #1 "Shadows on Venus"

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* AGodAmI: [[spoiler:After getting Xadhoom's power. [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Sadly, he doesn't know how to survive such power]].]]
* BigBad: In "The Secret Origin of the Duck Avenger", a failed Disney attempt to bring Paperinik to the American market.
* BrainsAndBrawn: The brains to Zondag's brawn.
* DeaderThanDead: [[spoiler:Completely disintegrates into nothingness.]]
* EvilGenius: Considered to be second only to Gorthan in terms of intelligence.
* EyepatchOfPower: A bionic eye.
* HumanoidAbomination: [[spoiler:Considerably less humanoid than Xadhoom, after gaining her powers, though, being nearly the size of a nearby star, skirting EldritchAbomination territory.]]
* KneelBeforeZod: He does this to the ''whole universe'' after [[spoiler:gaining Xadhoom's powers]].
-->'''Zoster:''' On your knees, worlds! Kneel now! Or I'll erase you with a single gesture!
* LeanAndMean: One of the skinniest Evronians.
* NotSoHarmlessVillain: In the Ultimate remake, he tries to create an Evronian SuperSoldier... without any success. It's then revealed that he ''did'' produce a valuable specimen, but then [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness He Would Outlive His Usefulness]], and prefers to keep it sealed [[TheStarscream until he can backstab Gorthan]].
* PhysicalGod: [[spoiler:Much more bombastic about it than Xadhoom was... for about five seconds.]]
* PhlebotinumOverload: [[spoiler:He received an incomplete version of the process to obtain Xadhoom's powers. As such, his body couldn't handle it and disintegrated.]]
* PowerOfTheSun: [[spoiler:Like Xadhoom, Zoster drew great power from a sun when following her research.]]
* TookALevelInDumbass: After surviving the events of PKNA #1, he returns in #15 considerably less smart, but since the entire issue is DenserAndWackier than the average of the series, it's inevitable. In his final appearance a whole 31 issues later, however, he's back to being smart and menacing.
* UnfortunateNames: It may be just a coincidence but he's got the same name as a form of herpes.
* YouDontLookLikeYou: Sometimes, in ''Pikappa'', Zoster has a different design.
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!!Zondag
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An Evronian General. Appears twice in Paperinik New Adventures and has a bigger role in Pikappa. Was the villain in the video game.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #1 "Shadows on Venus" (confirmed. May have been the unnamed Evronian officer seen communicating with the Evronian warriors faced in #0)

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* BigBad: Plays this role in the PK videogame.
* BadassArmFold: He tends to be featured in such a pose.
* BlackCloak: His cape is kinda badass.
* BrainsAndBrawn: The brawn to Zoster's brains.
* DarkIsEvil: The general of a empire that wants to enslave the universe and he is pitch black, so yes.
* DidntThinkThisThrough: [[spoiler:In the final issue of the ''Pikappa'' reboot, Zondag [[TimeTravel goes back in time]], altering a certain event to make sure the Guardians of the Galaxy are never formed. However, this causes the Evronian people to become peaceful, which Zondag clearly didn't have in mind.]]
* DragonAscendant: [[spoiler:While Gorthan doesn't die or anything, the BigBad of the reboot does give up his attempts to invade Earth, thus Zondag comes back into the picture in the final issue to finish what Gorthan started.]]
* FinalBoss: Zondag is the final boss of the ''Paperinik'' video game.
* FourStarBadass: More in ''Pikappa''.
* LaserBlade: Uses one in the reboot.
* NotQuiteDead: In ''Pikappa'', [[spoiler:he's seemingly KilledOffForReal in #17 when the entire asteroid where a battle takes place explodes. In the back-up story of #27, however, his spore is recovered and kept in storage by [[TheStarscream his successor]], and finally regenerated by the troops loyal to him in #32]].
* WhatTheHellHero: In the reboot he gets the chance to call out PK on the Guardians' use of [[spoiler:clone soldiers]] who [[spoiler:murdered ''billions'' of Evronian spores (their ''fetuses'']]. To be fair, PK had no idea of it and actually ''agreed with him'' when he found out, and after the latter event the Guardians had [[spoiler:killed all the clones, the ones featured in that issue were just a group that had accidentally got lost before the recall order was given]].
* YouHaveFailedMe: His soldiers pay the price for their incompetence.
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!!Trauma
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->''"'''Fear and power!'''"''

An Evronian General transformed into a super soldier by Ghortan, with tremendous strength and capable of traumatizing his opponents with fear through psychic powers.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #10 "Trauma"

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* BloodKnight: After he trashed an army of robots sent to capture him, he thanks the Senate for giving him so much fun.
* TheBrute: But not of the DumbMuscle variety.
* ComboPlatterPowers:
** PsychicPowers: That allow him to project waves of fear.
*** IKnowWhatYouFear: And he's going to make you experience it.
** SuperToughness: Hit by a missile that makes a tanker truck explode. Comes out without a scratch.
*** ImmuneToBullets: These things just bounce right off him.
** SuperStrength: He can lift cars like paper and cracked the "indestructible" cover of the Pi-Kar.
** VoiceChangeling: He can imitate a girl pretty well, strangely.
* FourStarBadass: Can take on an army of giant robots by himself and almost win.
* PurpleIsPowerful: Much more than the typical Evronian.
* SuperPrototype: [[spoiler:In the 2014 relaunch story "Might and Power" the super soldier project has been replicated and several more Traumas have been created. These copies do not hold a candle to the original, justified by how weaker soldiers were used to produce such a high number and the fact that they were programmed to be completely obedient, unlike their predecessor, thus lowering their intelligence. They seem reliant on their psychic attacks as they can't take too much abuse before going down. Even if Paperinik's new suit gives him a power boost, the original could take a Pikar crashing into him and a rocket to his chest just fine.]]
* SuperSoldier: The most famous example of the series.
* VillainOfTheWeek: He only appeared in #10, "Trauma". Didn't stop him from becoming an EnsembleDarkhorse.
** MonsterOfTheAesop: Donald has a nightmare about something that happened in the past. Trauma comes in to make him relive it, challenging the hero to confront his fears.
* VillainsWantMercy: Paperinik eventually conquers Trauma's power, leading to the villain's mutation regressing, thus begging the hero to not hurt him.
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!!Grrodon
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An Evronian the hero meets in the 23rd century, the last one left on Earth.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #5 "Portrait of the Young Hero"

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* BadassCape: Sports one in the role of [[spoiler:the Emperor of the revived Evronian Empire.]]
* BigBad: Of the 2014 relaunch story "Might and Power".
* DeepCoverAgent: Sent on Earth to pave the way to a new Evronian invasion.
* DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler:Having failed to kill Paperinik and get his revenge, Grrodon gets in a flying car and drives up into the stratosphere in order to be disintegrated by explosive decompression.]]
* FromNobodyToNightmare: In "Portrait of the Young Hero" he's not ''that'' dangerous. In "Might and Power" we see what happens when you leave him around unchecked: [[spoiler: ''the Evronian conquest of Earth'']].
* GalacticConqueror: [[spoiler: In the BadFuture of the 2014 relaunch]].
* MasterOfDisguise: It's unclear if it is for LatexPerfection or a power.
** The 2014 relaunch story "Might and Power" establishes him as a [[VoluntaryShapeShifter shape-shifter]].
* NoNonsenseNemesis: In the relaunch: we learn from Odin that [[spoiler:his first move after building up an army is to track down Paperinik and have him assassinated in his civilian identity, on the off chance he did twart the new invasion]].
* OurFounder: [[spoiler:More like a reviver (of the Evronian empire), and he has a colossal statue dedicated to him.]]
* TheReveal: His true identity in ''PKNA'' #5, having been disguised as an earthling. Also, it turned out at the end of ''PKNA'' #44 that an U.S. Army Lieutenant was truly the much younger version of Grrodon.
* {{Revenge}}: Grrodon's primary motivation in ''PKNA'' #5 is to get revenge on Paperinik for [[spoiler:doing his part in destroying the Evronian Empire.]]
* SuperSoldier: A VoluntaryShapeShifter with full decisional ability (not a given, among Evronians. In fact only the two-headed Evronians and the members of the Council are supposed to have this characteristic, with decisional ability decreasing with the caste).
** He also uses other variants in the relaunch, bringing to life the Augmented Units and [[spoiler: mass-produced Traumas]].
* SueDonym: In the 23rd century, disguised and all, he went by the name Gordon.
* VillainTeamUp: [[spoiler:With Morgan Fairfax and Nebula Faraday.]]
* YouDontLookLikeYou: In every appearance his looks are different. {{Justified}} by him first appearing as his old 23rd century self (thus having an older version of his default appearance) and anyway being a VoluntaryShapeShifter (thus explaining his more regal look in "Might and Power" as simply taking an appearance appropriate to his new role).
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!!Raghor
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An experimental new breed of Evronian, he quickly proves himself... shall we say, 'loyally deficient'?

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #28 "Metamorphosis"

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* ArmCannon: Originally he had one on each arm, but Paperinik wrecked one.
* BenevolentBoss: He cares about his soldiers and congratulates them when they do something right.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Speaks politely, calmly and eloquently to Xadhoom... About committing explicit murder on one of his coolflames.
* GenreBlind: To an extreme degree: he writes off an escapee from a hostage situation as harmless, and even tells Zortag in no uncertain terms that he intends to gloat over his victory, once he's defeated a so far invincible enemy. The escapee was Paperinik, and not killing Zortag immediately ended up with his soldiers brainwashed to desert him, and Zortag holding him at gunpoint as soon as he had apparently killed Xadhoom (Zortag doesn't shoot him only because Xadhoom called dibs).
** Also, he tried to convince Xadhoom (you know, the woman who swore to destroy all the Evronians) to join him.
* HalfHumanHybrid: Raghor is proud of his status as a creation.
* KilledOffForReal: Killed by Xadhoom.
** GoryDiscretionShot: We see Xadhoom forcing him to say ''her'' battlecry, and the next panel shows the explosion that disintegrated him.
* KnightOfCerebus: He has no funny or goofy traits and come really close to killing both Paperinik and Xadhoom.
* NeckLift: Does this to Angus Fangus.
* NightmareFace: He isn't pretty under that helmet.
* NotSoDifferent: Invokes this to Xadhoom.
* SpikesOfVillainy: Got'em on his armor.
* SuperSenses: Smell, to be accurate.
* SuperSoldier: Another attempt of the Evronians.
* SuperStrength: He and his soldiers are way stronger that the regular kind.
* TheSocialDarwinist: He considers himself and his soldiers the ''true'' Evronians and the only ones that should survive.
-->'''Raghor''' (to his overseer, general Zortag): "Now if you excuse me, I must extinguish a whole race! '''Yours!'''
** {{Irony}}: Zortag threw his words back on his face as soon as he had him at gunpoint, and justifies executing him after he (apparently) killed Xadhoom with this.
* VillainOfTheWeek: Only appeared in PKNA #28.
* WeCanRuleTogether: Offers Xadhoom to join him and overthrow Evron.
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!!Sputhon
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A warrant officer working for Zotnam, both as his assistant and target of his venting.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #30 "Phase Two"

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* TheChewToy: Zotnam has the habit of discharging his BreathWeapon on his face every time he says something stupid or uncalled for (pretty much all the time).
* TheCuckoolanderWasRight: He's a moron... But he's the only one apart from Zotnam to spot the thread of Two's machinations (even if he doesn't realize what's happening, differently from Zotnam), and can recognize Two.
* {{Nepotism}}: WordOfGod explained why he's Zotnam's assistant: he's the second cousin of a schoolmate of the Emperor's spore-in-law (on a lateral line), and the Emperor found him a job in Zotnam's staff.
* OneShotCharacter: Only appared in "Phase Two": some fans joked it was because Zotnam killed him in frustation.
* PunnyName: His name is very close to "sputo" ("spittle" in Italian), which may be fitting for the consideration he receives from his superior.
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!!Bonton

The sergeant leading a group of officerless Evronians.

'''First appearance:''' PKNE story "Chronicle of a Return"

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* ActionSurvivor: He and his force had an encounter with the [[PhysicalGod Rettificators]] and ''lived''.
* GalacticConqueror: {{Subverted}}: styles himself as the "Supreme F-F", but his main goal is to find an Evronian general or emperor to which hand his force.
* MeaningfulName: In Evronian "Bonton" means "He who knows what to do", and when everyone above him was dead he did exactly what was needed, [[LampshadeHanging as he and the scientists around point out]].
* MrExposition: Explains to Paperinik and the reader about why exactly his force is in the solar system and deprived of anyone of higher rank.
* OnlySaneMan: The only one who has a vague idea of what he's doing on his planetoid.
* PlanetSpaceship: Commands one.
* SergeantRock: The Evronian equivalent.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: How his group escaped the encounter with the Rettificators: while the Rettificators were busy wiping out the escort battlefleet and an En'tomek fleet he ordered a retreat.
* YouAreInCommandNow: He's leading his force because everyone above him is dead-including at least two generals and an ''Emperor''. {{Lampshaded}} by his self-styled titled "Supremo F-F": it's short for "Supremo Facente Funzioni", or, in English, "''Acting'' Supreme".
** UnfitForGreatness: He's well out of his competence zone, [[GenreSavvy and he knows it]]. Leading to him [[spoiler:handing over command of his troops to Paperinik when he presents himself as the representative of an Evronian emperor]].
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!!Manootensyon

A spore technician, and the highest-ranking scientist in Bonton's force-Too bad he's a low caste one.

'''First appearance:''' PKNE story "Chronicle of a Return"

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* ActionSurvivor: Was already around when they encountered the [[PhysicalGod Rettificators]].
* GenreSavvy: He knows he's completely out of his league, and tried to grow someone competent enough to do the job. Sadly, he's not good enough.
* MrExposition: Helps Bonton explaining the situation.
* ThePeterPrinciple: He can easily grow hundreds of low-caste Evronians, but just doesn't understand the technique to grow emperors, high-caste Evronians, or even middle-caste ones.
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!!Porphioolon

Manootensyon's assistant. Should have been a high-caste scientist, but Manootensyon wasn't competent enough to grow one right.

'''First appearance:''' PKNE story "Chronicle of a Return"

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* TheDitz: Manootensyon describes him as "stupider than myself".
** TheCloudCockoolanderWasRight: He's the only one suspecting that Pk isn't what he says he is.
* UnfitForGreatness: He was supposed to be a high-caste scientist, capable of taking a bunch of spores and growing them into officers, generals, other high-caste scientists and an emperor, but he's too stupid for it.
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!Coolflames
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->''"..."''

The mindless minions of the Evronians, having been transformed after having their emotions sucked out.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"

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* ColdFlames: Having this on their heads indicates having been coolflamed.
* EmptyShell: They can no longer feel emotions or have independent thoughts.
* FateWorseThanDeath: At least according to Xadhoom.
* HumanShield: Are sometimes used like this.
* OurZombiesAreDifferent: They're not dead.
* SlaveLiberation: [[spoiler:The coolflames present on the Imperial Worldship are returned to normal in PKNA #37 and fight back against the Evronians.]]
* SlaveMooks: More extreme than other examples.
* TheSpeechless: The process of coolflamization leave the victims incapable of speak.
* TragicVillain: They are people whose planets were invaded and conquered, had their intelligence and emotions drained out of them, and are now forced to work for the race who invaded and conquered their homes.
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[[folder: The Organization]]

!The Organization
->''"We are the true masters of this world. We are the '''Organization!'''"''

The most powerful criminal organization of the 23rd century, consisting of unauthorized chrononauts traveling in time to steal items of historical value.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #14 "Carpe Diem"

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* EvilVersusOblivion: In their introduction, the Organization do what they can to stop an expanding bubble of nothing from annihilating absolutely everything in all of time.
* TheGroup: The Organization itself is nameless; its member do not consider it to have a name, and "The Organization" is just how they refer to it. As the tall member of the triumvirate says:
-->'''Tall triumvirate member:''' Names are needed to distinguish things, Paperinik. We have no need of them. We are ''unique''!
* MakeWrongWhatOnceWentRight: Implied to be the ones who sent the Raider to try this in "The Winds of Time". [[spoiler: They later succeed in "Nothing Personal" thanks to the Gryphon, but [[StatusQuoIsGod that alternate future disappears at the end of the issue]]]].
** SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong: How they solved the problem with the bubble of nothingness: sending the Raider and Paperinik to prevent it from forming.
* NoNameGiven: The three leaders of the Organization are never identified with specific names.
* TheReveal: At the end of crossover with ''ComicBook/DoubleDuck'' it is revealed that [[spoiler: Axel (an evil genius and villain from that series) and T32 (a Rogue Time Cop) have created the organization]].
* TheSyndicate: A well structured organization bent down on changing history and becoming richer.
* TimeTravel: Even better than that of the TimePolice, as they can travel into the future.
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!!The Raider
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-> ''"I don't have [[HurricaneOfPuns time]] for this."''

"Raider" is a title used by the greatest time pirate of the Organization, and he is the current one in Paperinik New Adventures. A time traveling thief who steals valuables from the past, and sometimes attempts to change history. Over the course of time he becomes more of an ally to Paperinik.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #0/2 "The Winds of Time"
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* AmbiguouslyBrown: In the same way the two Flaggstar siblings are.
* BadassCape: And he sews it himself! Also, [[AllThereInTheManual according to the inserts]], it's a [[TimeMachine chronosail]].
* BigEater: Should be apparent when he's able to eat at least 20 pizzas in a row and ''asks for more''.
* BookDumb: He apparently didn't know that the Time Police employs droids to survey the space-time continuum, even if it's a public domain fact.
* CombatPragmatist: His reaction at being caught red-handed by PK? Use time travel to attack him from behind. His reaction at PK kicking his ass in their second encounter? [[SaveScumming Go back in time and have Angus and the police catch PK breaking and entering, and wait until PK has escaped to commit his heist.]]
* CrazyPrepared: Most time travelers have only one [[TimeMachine chronosail]]. He has ''three'': two standard bracelets and the cape. [[FridgeBrilliance Likely explaining how he escaped after being arrested the first time: the Time Police removed the bracelets but left him the cape...]]
* {{Cyborg}}: WordOfGod states he is 30% mechanic.
* DeflectorShields: With his tech, he can generate protective fields.
* {{Doppelganger}}: The Raider of the ''PK Universe'' continuity has one, coming from another AlternateUniverse where he stole a functioning Othership. He can be distinguished because his left eye is bionic and not the right one.
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: in his first appearance, he displays no knowledge of PK. Odd, when later on, we learn PK's FamedInStory.
* EvilOverlord: Inverted. [[spoiler:At some point in life, the Raider traveled to another dimension and ended up taking over the lands. However, he established peace and became a fair and just ruler.]]
* EyepatchOfPower: Has a futuristic cybernetic eye.
* FieryRedhead: Would usually qualify for EvilRedhead but he is too much of an AntiVillain for that.
* FriendlyEnemy: He rarely ever gets into direct conflict with Donald. In fact, he's more like a criminal that Donald has to ally himself with from time to time than an outright enemy.
* HandBlast: Generated from the bracelets on his wrists.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Sacrifices himself to save everyone on Time Ø, and he had been on his way to die for some time -- though this event gets undone via TimeTravel.]]
* HurricaneOfPuns: Time-related puns.
* InformedFlaw: Lyla and his bio declare him not too smart, yet he's very competent in what he does. Either it's due him being more BookDumb than he appears (explaining his EarlyInstallmentWeirdness), or he pulled off some stupid thing that he'll never live down.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: The main reason he's nearly impossible to arrest: whenever you have half a chance to arrest him, he'll fight only long enough to run. On the other hand, those rare times there are too many people to fight and you block his escape he'll surrender, only asking how did you do it out of genuine curiosity.
* LegacyCharacter: While he is the first Raider who appears in the comic, issue #33 reveals the existence of Kronin, his predecessor as the Raider.
* LivingOnBorrowedTime: Has a thingamajig connected to his armor which he needs in order to survive.
* MakeWrongWhatOnceWentRight: In his first appearance he's trying to change the future for what is implied to be the Organization. As he's not stupid enough to change some event in particular and risk the future to change the wrong way, he's assembling a device that alters the timeline the desired way.
** SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong: In "Carpe Diem" and "Nothing Personal": in the first he and Pk [[EvilVersusOblivion are sent by the Organization to prevent the formation of a bubble of nothingness that will erase everything in all of time]], and in the second he [[spoiler: prevents ''his own death'' and the creation of the BadFuture of that issue, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking hires Pk a lawyer to save him from some trouble with the Time Police happened in the previous issue]].]]
* MasterOfDisguise: The Raider can use his tech to change his appearance.
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: And he has no problems stating it.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: "Raider" is just the title given to the best agent of the Organization.
* PapaWolf: He might have some disagreement with his son Trip, but in the Raider's list of important things the safety of the boy comes before EVERYTHING.
* PunchClockVillain: The Raider is consistently portrayed as a sympathetic, [[NobleDemon honourable]] AntiVillain, who works for [[TheSyndicate The Organization]] only because he has a son to feed. Near the end of the series, when [[spoiler:TimeTravel stops working, he betrays The Organization in exchange for a hefty sum of money because, in his own words, "With Time Travel gone, it's time to think about retirement."]]
* PurpleIsPowerful: His purple cape is pretty bad-ass.
* RealMenWearPink: Literally; he wears a pink outfit and a purple cape.
* ResetButton: As a time traveler, he often uses his devices to rewind the time and change events. He could theorically change history, but, being wary of the Butterfly Effect, he limits himself to SaveScumming, with two exceptions: [[EvilVersusOblivion when the Organization sent him to prevent an event that would have started the destruction of time itself]], and when he accidentally [[spoiler: resetted ''his own death''!]]
* SaveScumming: He's hellishly difficult to defeat for two reasons: he's a badass in his own right, and if you actually have a good chance to defeat him he'll travel back in time and prevent you from showing up at your fight.
* ScarilyCompetentTracker: He once tracked down Trip into an ''alternate past''. Doesn't get much more competent...
* TimeMachine: Of course a timecriminal has one.
** {{Teleportation}}: He can use his chronosail this way.
*** WeaponizedTeleportation: In the relaunch: on Pk's suggestion, he [[spoiler: [[TeleFrag transported a gigantic planet-moving engine inside an Evronian space station, destroying both]]]].
* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have to Be Eidolon?]]: He's ''terrified'' by Odin.
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!!Kronin
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The former Raider in ''Paperinik New Adventures'', and the one and only in ''Pikappa''.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #33 "The Day that Will Come"

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* ArtificialLimb: His right arm.
* BadassCape: That he stole from the Raider.
* CompositeCharacter: In ''Pikappa'', Kronin and Raider were combined to create a new character called Kronin.
* DarkIsEvil: A more evil version of the Raider.
* EnemyMine: He and Paperinik worked together once in ''Pikappa''.
* EvilCounterpart: To the current Raider in PKNA.
* GenreSavvy: He doesn't try and change history by altering a single event because he's wary of the ButterflyOfDoom, as he gloats to [[spoiler: Zondag and his troops, who have just learned their own stint doing this caused the demilitarization of Evron,]] in the final issue of the reboot.
* OnlyOneName: Like all the criminals we see in PKNA #33.
* PunnyName: "Crono", as in "time-related", and "Ronin".
* PurpleIsPowerful: Wears that Raider cape.
* RealMenWearPink: Dons the Raider's costume with the good old colors in Pikappa.
* TimeMachine: As an agent of The Organization he has one.
* VillainOfTheWeek: In Paperinik New Adventures, he only truly appeared in the story of #33. His second appearance in the first series was only in a WhatIf version of said issue.
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!!Newton
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A droid who works for the Organization.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #14 "Carpe Diem"

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* ArmCannon: And he loves to use it.
* BadassInANiceSuit: Disregarding the tie.
* BigOlEyebrows: To emphasize the parody.
* EnemyMine: Actually worked together with Paperinik in his first appearance. Not that the hero had much of a choice...
* EvilRedhead: As a droid working for a criminal association.
* MyFavoriteShirt: His "hideous" tie. Says that Paperinik's gonna pay when it gets ruined.
* OnlyOneName: Then again, he is a droid.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: As a standard for XXIII century droids.
* ShoutOut: To the T-800 from the Terminator film.
* SinisterShades: He keeps on breaking them, but he always has more.
* TimeMachine: Again, nothing special given his job.
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!!The Gryphon
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The evil future version of Trip, the Raider's son. Following [[spoiler:the death of the Raider, the Organization adopts Trip and convinces him that Paperinik is responsible for his father's death. Becomes the greatest time pirate the Organization has ever had.]]

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #34 "Nothing Personal"

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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Like father, like son.
* {{Cyborg}}: Indicated by how he speaks with the same robotic speech bubble pattern as his cybernetic father.
* EvilFeelsGood: Paperinik confronts him with this, [[spoiler: asking why he never used his time powers to save his father, then concluding that the Gryphon likes the life of a criminal and wouldn't give it up for anything in the world]].
%%* EvilRedhead
* FailureToSaveMurder: [[spoiler:An interesting variation, as the Gryphon could just use his time powers to save the Raider whenever he wanted to. IF he truly wanted to. His younger self isn't happy about hearing this, screaming out how he hates him for this.]]
* HandBlast: From the same technology as his dad.
* MakeWrongWhatOnceWentRight: He succeeded (for a while). See the MeaninglessVillainVictory for more.
* MasterOfDisguise: Can change appearance with his tech.
* MeaninglessVillainVictory: The Gryphon had actually already won before you start reading the first page of PKNA #34, having managed to utterly destroy Donald's life. The rest of the issue is about him trying to maintain that victory by assuring that his younger self will grow up to be him. However, [[spoiler:everything was rendered moot when Odin Eidolon's actions caused the Raider to stay alive, thus Trip would never become the Gryphon and the whole timeline was changed]].
* MotiveDecay: [[spoiler: Convinced that PK caused the death of his father, he was raised and trained by the Organization for revenge. However, when he got the ability to travel through time, he had grown so content with his criminal lifestyle that he'd rather maintain it - even if it meant to not save his father. His younger and still innocent self is disgusted.]]
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: "Gryphon" has been rendered his only name at this point.
* TimeMachine: Obviously.
* UsedToBeASweetKid: Ok, Trip isn't exactly sweet, but you wouldn't expect him to become such a sadist as an adult.
* VillainOfTheWeek: But damn was he dangerous.
* WalkingSpoiler: Due to the reason this villainous persona came into existence.
* YouKilledMyFather: [[spoiler:Blames Paperinik for the death of the Raider.]]
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[[folder: Other Villains]]

!!Two
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->''"[[SanitySlippage Two years,]] '''[[SanitySlippage TWO!]]''' [[SanitySlippage It's a sign of destiny, it can't be a coincidence!]]"''

One's "twin", the backup created for the former artificial intelligence. Due to being trapped deep inside Ducklair Tower for years, he's grown a desire to conquer virtual reality... and reality.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #2 "Two"

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* AIIsACrapshoot: Programmed to take One's place should he ever malfuction, he instead goes crazy and tries to TakeOverTheWorld.
* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler:His words as he's "dying" are pretty touching. Even when he afterwards acts a bit silly you can still feel sorry for him because of how he's basically devolved into an infant.]]
* ArchEnemy: To One. He barely acknowledges Paperinik as an opponent.
* ArtificialIntelligence: Just as smart as One, but not as stable.
* BaldOfEvil: But he could change this, since it's just an hologram.
* BodyBackupDrive: Whenever it would appear Two had met his end, it would turn out that he had himself transferred somewhere else.
* EvilRedhead: Literally.
* EvilTwin: To One.
* GodGuise: After gaining control of a drone of the Timepolice he unintentionally trasport himself in the Old West, where he is workshipped by a group of Native Americans.
* HolographicDisguise: Being a hologram capable of looking like anything he chooses, he's effectively utilized this to trick others, specifically in ''PKNA'' #2 and #30.
* MadEye: More like his other eye doesn't have an iris/pupil.
* ManipulativeBastard: PKNA #30 really shows this, with him being able to manipulate a whole Evronian army.
* NoPlansNoPrototypeNoBackup: Everett Ducklair created him specifically to [[AvertedTrope avert]] this. Unfortunately, he didn't realize TropesAreNotBad.
* {{Outgambitted}}: [[spoiler:In the meantime, Zotnam keeping an eye on him and letting him do his tricks to see if he could disarm Paperinik, keeping a program capable of erasing him around and a gun trained on his escape vehicle in case Two failed to deliver.]]
* ProjectedMan: Just like his twin, he appears as a head in a sphere through holograms.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Justified in that he's an AI, allowing him to change his user-interface.
* TakeOverTheWorld: His goal after getting rid of One.
* TimeMachine: Obtains a droid body in ''PKNA'' #48 with one built in.
* TheUnfavorite: How he feels in regard of One.
* WalkingArmory: With the droid body he acquires in ''PKNA'' #48, Two has an immense arsenal of weapons.
* YouAreNumberSix: Which probably didn't help with the above trope.
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!!Geena
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->''"I am not an '''obedient machine!'''"''

A 5Y droid who in her first appearance served as Paperinik's "housemaid" when he first visited the 23rd century. The way the hero considered droids equal to humans encouraged her to rebel against humanity.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #5 "Portrait of the Young Hero"
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* BareYourMidriff: In her first appearance.
* IDieFree: [[spoiler:Dies with the words of not being an obedient machine.]]
* OnlyOneName: Standard, for a droid not in the TimePolice.
* PinkMeansFeminine: Every outfit we've seen her wear has been pink, including her battle armor.
* RebelLeader: Rebelled against the slave sistem the droids live in.
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler:Geena sacrifices her life to save Paperinik's.]]
* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: As normal for the XXIII century.
* RobotGirl: And she looks exactly like Lyla.
* SuperPoweredRobotMeterMaids: 5Y androids like Lyla are designed to be time agents, but Geena is the same model despite being a house servant.
* TimeMachine: We don't know if she was built with one or gain control of one later.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: She only wants androids to be treated as equals. [[spoiler:Then she finds out that if she succeeds, robots will be as oppressive towards humans as humans are towards robots.]]
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!!Fenimore Cook
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An evil businessman in New Zealand. Angus Fangus is a thorn on his side.

'''First Appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #7 "Invasion!"

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* BeardOfEvil
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: If it means profit, he is ready to put toxic waste in a natural reserve.
* KarmaHoudini: His plans get fooled three times, but he always gets away scot-free. Lampshaded, too.
* LargeAndInCharge: He is almost as phisically intimidating as [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse the Kingpin]].
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!!Korinna Ducklair / Profunda
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Daughter of Everett and sister to Juniper.

'''First appearance:''' [=PK2=] #2 "Just a Little Fear"
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* AbusiveParents: Her opinion of Everett after he accidentally wounds her in a psychic fight between them.
* AntagonisticOffspring: She wants revenge on her father for [[spoiler:kidnapping her sister and herself from their mother.]]
* BigBadDuumvirate: With Juniper.
* BigOlEyebrows: One of many physical features she shares with her father, though this varies depending on the artist.
* CreepyChild: Both she and Juniper were this to a degree.
* DarkActionGirl: She is very hands on in regards to her modum operandi and is pretty impulsive, as opposed to [[spoiler:[[TheChessmaster Juniper.]]]]
* DontYouDarePityMe: Inverted. Korinna actually uses her past and plays the tragedy up as she attempts to ally with PK.
* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette: Well, it's more because she has feathers.
* FeminineWomenCanCook: Inverted. Korinna is the tomboy sister, but has shown clear skills in a kitchen.
* GadgeteerGenius: Mere days after waking up, she has already figured out all of Everett's guard bots weaknesses. Also shown when she saves PK from drowning by activating and controlling his shield. Quite different from Juniper, who has serious problems handling gadgets.
* GamerChick: Korinna and Juniper were both shown to play them as toddlers.
* HumanAlien: [[spoiler:Duck alien, technically.]]
* IKnowWhatYouFear: People who have been brainwashed by Korinna show completely illogical fears.
* InTheHood: Wears a raincoat with a hood when masquerading as the mysterious Profunda. Did hide her face pretty well.
* JerkassWithAHeartOfGold: She's more than slightly deranged, but has several heartfelt moments that are not planned, as well as some PetTheDog moments.
* LineOfSightName: When she first appears, Korinna starts going by the name of Profunda, after seeing it written on a pipe.
* MsFanservice: Far more so than Lyla. Her wardrobe mostly consists of skintight jumpsuits, and she spends quite a bit of her time only half clothed, and the few times she wears a full set of clothes, the artist go out of their way to show she's wearing a thong.
* OlympicSwimmer: Korinna swims at an incredible pace and seems to be able to hold her breath for incredible amounts of time.
* PsychopathicManchild: Due to their isolation from all other people, the two sisters are essentially children in adult bodies.
* PolarOppositeTwins: She and Juniper are more or less this.
* PsychicPower: [[spoiler:Like everybody on her planet, she has psychic powers. Stronger than her father, but implied to be weaker than her sister.]]
* PyroManiac: In [=PK2=] #17 she steals a machine able to create giant fires.
* RedOniBlueOni: The impulsive, emotional Red Oni to Juniper's much colder and more calculating Blue Oni.
* TheReveal: Having been only known as Profunda till [=PK2=] #3, her true identity is revealed towards the end of said issue.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: Against her father.
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!!Juniper Ducklair
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Daughter of Everett and sister to Korinna.

'''First appearance:''' [=PK2=] #3 "The Voice of Darkness"
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* AntagonisticOffspring: Just like her sister.
* BareYourMidriff: Several occasions.
* BitchInSheepsClothing: She does a good job in faking to be a nice and clumsy girl.
* BigBadDuumvirate: [[spoiler:With Korinna.]]
* BuyThemOff: Her opinion on the things Everett gives her as a way to try and reach out to her.
* CreepyChild: Both she and Korinna were this to a degree.
* TheChessmaster: Unlike Korinna, she plans out her actions and manipulates the right people.
* GamerChick: Korinna and Juniper were both shown to play them as toddlers.
* HumanAlien: Duck alien, technically.
* JerkAss: Unlike Korinna, Juniper is far less kind deep down. She plays herself of as kind, but she really isn't.
* MsFanservice: Much less so than her sister and Lyla, but she has her moments.
* ObfuscatingStupidity: It's easy to underestimate her.
* PsychopathicManchild: Due to their isolation from all other people, the two sisters are essentially children in adult bodies.
* PolarOppositeTwins: She and Korinna are more or less this.
* PsychicPower: [[spoiler:Like everybody on her planet. Implied to be the strongest of the Ducklairs.]]
* RedOniBlueOni: Juniper is the colder and more calculating Blue Oni. She plays herself of as a warm, inviting girl, though.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: Much more subdued than her sister.
* TranquilFury: Even at the worst moment she isn't going to angrily shout or something like that.
* YouDontLookLikeYou: The Juniper who appears in ''Pikappa'' has a quite different design, and even her personality doesn't seem to be the same.
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!!Morgan Fairfax
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->''"If somebody is threatening my projects, I am forced to defend myself. Because I will allow no one to stop me. No one."''

The head of the Department of Environment, who plans to make the west coast sink into the ocean so that new earth will be raised to the surface. Would side with the Republic of Belgravia after his first failure.

'''First appearance:''' Paperink New Adventures #4 "Earthquake"

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* BitchInSheepsClothing: Comes off as a really nice guy in his first appearance.
* BigEater: Becomes one after the events of PKNA #21 "Tyrannic".
** The 2014 relaunch shows him in shape again but since he had turned to eating so much during his time serving Belgravia, once in prison they probably didn't serve him as much food. Paperinik even comments on this when they meet again.
* {{Determinator}}: Never gives up on his plan. [[spoiler:To the point of becoming a traitor of Earth in the 2014 relaunch.]]
* GoingDownWithTheShip: The ship being a submarine in this case.
* HowTheMightyHaveFallen: For every issue he appears in, Fairfax becomes more and more pathetic.
** And yet, in the 2014 relaunch, [[spoiler:he becomes instrumental in the resurgence of the Evronians and their conquest of Earth; his influence there is even posthumous, since the gigantic engines that have turned the future Earth into a PlanetSpaceship are based on a project by him. It goes to show how far he really has fallen when this man who once set out to save the planet has now assisted in condemning it.]]
* LesCollaborateurs: Has turned into this in the 2014 relaunch.
* MotiveDecay: In the 2014 relaunch as well. [[spoiler:His original plans would have caused millions of deaths but were still conceived as ultimately helpful to Earth in the long run. After one failure too many he has grown so hateful against humanity, whom he perceives as ungrateful towards his genius, that he's become a key player in the Evronian resugence.]]
* SmartPeopleWearGlasses
* UngratefulBastard: Paperinik has saved his life multiple times, but he will gladly let him burn in lava.
* VillainTeamUp: [[spoiler:With Grrodon and Nebula Faraday.]]
* WellIntentionedExtremist: While his plan will kill millions, it will save billions.
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!!Nebula Faraday
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Alien fanatic who discovered Evronian spores in New Zealand and made a cult out of a Maori tribe.

'''First appearance:''' Paperink New Adventures #7 "Invasion!"

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* BadassCape: Her new outfit in the 2014 relaunch includes this, displaying her high position of power.
* BadBoss: For being someone who loves aliens, [[spoiler:she orders the Evronian generals around very rudely.]]
* BeliefMakesYouStupid: Enough to be tricked by another villain into entering an airship set to blow up.
* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette
* LesCollaborateurs: [[spoiler:The alien fanatic would eventually end up one of the key players in the resurrection of the Evronian Empire, and would hold authority even over generals.]]
* MeaningfulName: What a fitting first name for someone who came to worship visitors from outer space.
* PurpleIsPowerful: Especially with her new outfit in the 2014 relaunch.
* StellarName: A nebula being something found up there in space.
* VillainTeamUp: [[spoiler:With Grrodon and Morgan Fairfax.]]
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!!Oberon De Spair
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->''"Peace! Order! International balance... '''All of that I work against!''' In the name of disorder I '''plot! Corrode! Devastate...''' Because it is '''in''' disorder and '''on''' disorder that Belgravia prospers! '''And I with it!'''"''

A loyal servant of [[{{Ruritania}} Belgravia]], a country of international terror. Oberon refers to himself as an agent of chaos, wanting to destroy the order of the world.

'''First appearance:''' Paperink New Adventures #21 "Tyrannic"

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* BloodKnight: Implied to be this, craving wars to bring "chaos and destruction". He even saves PK's life after he thwarted his plans because, in his words, [[WorthyOpponent such enemies are rare to come about]].
* GoingDownWithTheShip: The ship being a submarine in this case.
* KillAndReplace: [[spoiler:After having taken on the role of Belgravia's president, Nestor Grimka, he was planning to dispose of the original, though the day was saved in the end.]]
* PresidentEvil: [[spoiler:Impersonates Belgravia's president in order to gain access to nuclear warheads and perform chaos even the real one wouldn't allow.]]
* PunnyName: Do we really have to explain it?
* OpaqueLenses
* OrderVersusChaos: What Oberon is all about.
* TheReveal: [[spoiler:When it turns out in PKNA #45 that Oberon is impersonating Nestor Grimka.]]
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!!Vulnus Vendor
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A scientist who only appears in ''Pikappa''.

'''First appearance:''' ''Pikappa'' #4 "Alert!"

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* AlliterativeName: Probably as a ShoutOut to Lex Luthor.
* ArchEnemy: Was this to Destroyer Duck.
* CutLexLuthorACheck: He's a great genius who could make incredible inventions, if he wasn't also criminally insane. [[spoiler:In the final issue of ''Pikappa'', after the entirety of history is rewritten, he's good and his inventions have made him an incredibly rich and respected man.]]
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: [[spoiler:Just when the reset of the timeline had made him into a good guy, he's killed unceremoniously. His weapon, however, is decisive in the defeat of Zondag.]]
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: In the final issue of ''Pikappa''. [[spoiler:He falls victim of his own gas and turns into a giant blob.]]
* MadScientist: Really smart and really crazy.
* MeaninglessVillainVictory: He managed to [[spoiler:kill Lyonard D'Aq, but he was shortly after forced to revive him]].
* OlderHeroVsYoungerVillain: Inverted. He is way older than Donald, since he was already active in the '50s.
* OmnidisciplinaryScientist: He is very skilled in various fields. WordOfGod is that he ''shouldn't'' have, but the writers made him into one to avoid having too many {{Mad Scientist}}s.
* RoguesGalleryTransplant: Once the ArchEnemy of Destroyer Duck, now a Pikappa villain.
* ShippedInShackles: When on his way to a prison in ''Pikappa'' #15.
* SlasherSmile: Almost always plastered on his face.
* WildHair: In contrast to Destroyer Duck's stiled hair.
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!!Charlie Delta & Francisco de Gamma
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Two ex-members of the PBI, kicked out for being over-fanatical about the impossible, now out to make profit.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #17 "Shooting Star"
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* InvestigatorImpersonation: Pose as PBI agents in their first appearance.
* TheMenInBlack: Subverted. They do look the part, though they only pretend to be part of the PBI.
* SinisterShades
* ThemeNaming: Not only are they Charlie and Gamma, but also Charlie's siblings are named Alpha and Bravo. When Gamma [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] it, Charlie explained that their parents are in the military intelligence, and picked their names from the [[MilitaryAlphabet NATO phonetic alphabet]], in alphabetical order. He then added that if they had younger siblings they would be Delta Delta, Echo Delta and Foxtrot Delta.
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!!Tyrell Duckard
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A former high ranking TimePolice droid, one of his tasks included training newcomers at Time Ø. It's there that he met Lyla Lay and got into a romantic relationship with her. Being stuck inside a prison in the 21st century (where he was for a mission) after time travel stopped functioning would eventually drive him mad. In ''Pikappa'', his origin as well as Lyla's is more wrapped in mystery, but it would appear he was a defective creation.

'''First appearance:''' ''[=PK2=]'' #5 "End of History"
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* BadassLongcoat: Fancies a longcoat in ''[=PK2=]''.
* ChestBlaster: In ''Pikappa'' he can fire rockets from his, well, stomach, but still.
* EyeBeams: As demonstrated in ''[=PK2=]'', he can project lasers from his eyes capable of melting metal.
* GunsAkimbo: A gun in each hand? No problem!
* HellBentForLeather: In ''Pikappa'' he goes more for a leather jacket.
* GoMadFromTheIsolation: Years of being stuck in prison in ''[=PK2=]'' made him insane. The ''Pikappa'' version was apparently unhinged from the beginning.
* KillAllHumans: In ''[=PK2=]'', his plan is to get himself and Lyla back to Time Ø. The way he goes about it requires the extinction of all life in the timeline they find themselves in.
* KnifeNut: Likes to carry a knife in the reboot for combat reasons. He even throws it.
* PsychoForHire: In the reboot, this mad robot will take on jobs, but only if his target looks to be a challenge.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: Enough to be rendered mad.
* ShoutOut: His whole name being a ''Film/BladeRunner'' reference, from the Tyrell corporations and its founder, to the protagonist Rick Deckard, although in combat he's much more like [[Film/TheMatrix Neo]].
* SinisterShades: He sure wears them.
* SlasherSmile: Much so in the reboot.
* TeacherStudentRomance: Was the teacher to Lyla Lay's student back in Time Ø when he was an instructor for time cops in training.
* TimeMachine: Though the one he's equipped with in ''[=PK2=]'' isn't currently gonna do him much good.
* TimePolice: At least a former officer in ''[=PK2=]''.
* VillainOfTheWeek: He only made one appearance in the original continuity, as the villain. The same could be said for the reboot, though he did make a small return as a cameo in the very last issue.
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!!Angus Fangus
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A journalist working for Channel 00, always trying to make a specific target look like a villain to the public. Naturally, it's Paperinik himself in PKNA, and Everett Ducklair in ''[=PK2=]''. He's more of a jerk than a villain though: there's been plenty of times where he's worked with Paperinik and even played the hero.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #0 "Evronians"

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* AmazonChaser: There are two things he liked about [[spoiler:Xadhoom]]: her green eyes and the force she punched him with.
* BigEater: Flanderized in ''Pikappa''.
* BigOlEyebrows
* BigWhat: His reaction to Lyla's job change in ''[=PK2=]'' #5.
* ButtMonkey
* CynicalMentor: At times he tries to be this to Lyla. She is not impressed.
* CombatPragmatist: Angus got in combat just once, and held his own against a much bigger opponent by stomping on his foot and [[EyeScream going for the eyes]].
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: He seems to be just an overweight journalist... Who became famous for exposing a traffic of ''nuclear weapons'', has blackmailed a CorruptCorporateExecutive into stopping polluting his clan's home, and only regrets not being able to finish the job with the Executive.
** He can also hold his own in a fight against a much bigger opponent by stomping on his foot and [[EyeScream going for the eyes]]. He learned it in school rumbles...
* EnfanteTerrible: Used to be one. His mother will never let him live down [[NoodleIncident that time he played with dynamite]].
* {{Expy}}: Angus is a very deliberate riff on Jonah J. Jameson from ''Franchise/SpiderMan'', although the former is a newscaster and the latter is the editor of a newspaper.
* GoingForTheBigScoop: Will do anything to get one.
* TheGrinch: "Aaaah... I hate Christmas!", while sporting a large grin and [[KickTheDog stealing a kid's Lollipop.]]
* IntrepidReporter: Angus may be a jerk and hate PK for no apparent reason, but remains a ''Pulitzer''-worthy reporter (he would have already won one if a fellow journalist didn't literally steal his award-winning report) who has blackmailed into submission the CorruptCorporateExecutive who ''owns'' New Zealand (and only regrets not having succeeded in getting him arrested. Not that it will stop him from accusing him of his crime on live television) and became famous for foiling a trade of ''thermonuclear weapons''. Plus, Paperinik is well known in Duckburg for humiliating and beating the crap out of everyone who pisses him off and making a fool of the whole police department in multiple occasions, yet Angus still tries and accuses him of everything.
* {{Jerkass}}: To the point that the Evronians have tried to ''weaponize'' his tendencies in PKNA #1. ''Really''. [[spoiler:#49/50 shows what would have happened if they were successful. It's not pretty]].
* JerkAssHasAPoint: He believes Paperinik started out outing in costume because everyone he knew laughed at him and underestimated his abilities. Donald's motivation to become Paperinik in his first story was ''[[WhosLaughingNow exactly that]]''.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Although reserved even when the situation calls for him to display a bit of empathy, Angus isn't a complete jerk. His heart of gold really shows when it's about his Maori village. For example, he organized a charity basketball game between the news team and the soap actors to get free TV sets with satellite antennaes for his mother and everyone else in the village. The same story implies that this care doesn't extend to anyone else, as Angus hates charity events in general.
* MyFavoriteShirt: His trenchcoat. In one story, a [[ItMakesSenseInContext killer robot from a toy factory]] ruins it to recover evidence against his creators: Angus is so enraged, he wrecks the robot with a baseball bat.
* RepetitiveName: Finishing with "Gus".
* SignatureLaugh: ''"Igh! Igh!"''
* TokenMinority: He's a Maori. And a ''literal'' Kiwi.
* UngratefulBastard: Oh, the times PK has saved him and gotten no gratitude.
* UnsatisfiableCustomer: "Without pickles it's not a Van Burger de Luxe!"
* {{Workaholic}}: He had to be ''forced'' in taking a vacation.
* WorstNewsJudgmentEver: He once admitted he doesn't believe Paperinik is a crook, but he's good for the ratings.
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!!Sam Plot
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Writer of the soap opera "Anxieties" ("Patemi"). He was turned into a coolflame by the Evronians, which actually improved his writing skills.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #0 "Evronians"

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* BunnyEarsLawyer: Before being partially coolflamed, he changed the main actor since the previous one was temporarily missing (kidnapped). After, among other things, he rewrites this as the two actors being two different main characters, [[LongLostRelative Long Lost Twins]] who were SeparatedAtBirth and are now reunited. And have ''the exact same name''.
* CursedWithAwesome: Being partially coolflamed reduced both his attention span (making him a CloudCuckooLander and improving his writing) and made him emotionally subdued (making him really good at poker).
* WritersSuck: A great way for the writers to make fun of the category.
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!!Billy Paganino
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A gangster who lived in the same building as Angus back in New Zealand, and possibly his only friend. He only appears in short stories.

'''First Appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #9 Short Story "Angus Tales - Background Noise"

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* DreadfulMusician: In his first appearance.
* EmotionalBruiser: Under those big muscles, he is just a softie.
* LimitedWardrobe: Like Lyo, taken to the extreme.
* MrSmith: "John Smith" was the very clever name he came up with when asked who he was. It was made worse by the fact that two other hitmen were using the same alias there.
* NiceGuy: As nice as a gangster can be.
* SenselessViolins: [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]]: he's the only gangster who keeps a violin in a violin case, and [[DreadfulMusician plays it so badly]] that Angus demands he replaces it with a less lethal Tommy Gun.
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!!Fitzroy
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One of Donald's Starcorp co-workers at Duckmall Center, he's openly antagonistic towards him.

'''First appearance:''' ''[=PK2=]'' #1 "Ducklair"

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* BigOlEyebrows: Used to lampshade his jerkass tendencies.
* EvilRoy: Or at the very least jerkass Roy.
* GoofySuit: Once had to go to work in a crocodile costume instead of the regular security guard uniform.
* GrumpyOldMan: The oldest of the security guards next to [[CoolOldGuy Mortimer Bloom]], he's often seen grumbling about seniority and all his years working as a guard.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: After Tempest Gale goes on a rampage and nearly disqualifies herself from the possibility to take over command after Bloom will retire, Fitzroy shows him a tape that he feels will clinch it (one where she talks about her past as a Seaduck). It backfires, as Bloom himself knows how high Seaducks standards are, having once applied himself but gotten rejected. Bloom puts her back on the list of candidates.
* HornedHairdo: Depends on the artist.
* JerkAss: He treats everyone antagonistically (with the exception of Mortimer, and it may be just to look good in his eyes), creates conflict in the workplace and spies on coworkers to gain an advantage in getting promoted.
* OnlyOneName
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!!Trip
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The Raider's son, a character primarily featured in short stories.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #14 Short Story "Here Comes Trip - Fathers & Sons"

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* ADayInTheLimelight: PKNA #34.
* AmbiguouslyBrown: Again, takes it from his father.
* BadassAndChildDuo: The child to Paperinik's badass in PKNA #34.
* {{Catchphrase}}: ''"Atomic!"''
* DickDastardlyStopsToCheat: Trip manages to win a hockey game by changing the events with his cronosail, but then he decides to do it again to win with his eyes closed. His father makes the probabilities change to teach him a lesson.
* {{Fanboy}}: After the time they spent together in "Nothing Personal", he became one for Paperinik. He'd like to become an AscendedFanboy, but his father isn't really happy about it.
* FutureMeScaresMe: The Gryphon.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He is a pest and more than a little mischievous, but he isn't trying to make things worse for anybody.
* MeaningfulName: Trip, as in traveling. Through time.
* OnlyOneName: Which unfortunately means we can't learn The Raider's surname.
* OverlordJr: Averted. He actually hopes to become a hero like Paperinik.
* TimeMachine: Has a chronosail, but with a limit of 15 minutes.
* WhiteSheep: He wants to grow into a superhero. His dad doesn't want to hear ''anything'' of it.
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!!Birgit Q
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Everett Ducklair's personal assistant in ''[=PK2=]'', who often goes out into the field herself. In ''Pikappa'', she is the head of Robolab.

'''First appearance:''' ''[=PK2=]'' #2 "Just a Little Fear"

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* ActionGirl: A great shooter that leads her own SWAT team.
* AdaptationalVillainy: She is a ruthless criminal in the ''Pikappa'' reboot, with no problems in killing people. [[spoiler:Curiously, when the timeline is rebooted in the last issue, she is Vendor's chief of security, so she's back to her old role.]]
* AnimeHair: Although not drawn consistently between issues, her hairdo seems inspired by Konoko from ''{{VideoGame/Oni}}''.
* BadassBookworm: She has a doctorate, after all.
* BadassInANiceSuit: She's in a business suit most of the time.
* BeautyMark: Under her right eye.
* GunsAkimbo: Was seen dual wielding in the last ''Pikappa'' issue.
* ImprobableAimingSkills: it's mentioned in an [[AllThereInTheManual extra]] that her record is 11 shots and '''a single hole''' in the target.
* MsFanservice: Especially in ''Pikappa'': the back-up story of #17 is practically an excuse to see fanservice shots of her.
* SmokingIsCool: Smokes a cigar in ''Pikappa'' #18.
* ToplessnessFromTheBack: In ''Pikappa'' #17 and #20, we see her get naked from this position in order to change to her battle armor. And the second time she does it ''right in front of Donald'', nonetheless.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: But we'll settle for purple.
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!!Clint E. Westcock
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An U.S. Army Colonel, later promoted to General. Often deals in conduct involving Evronians.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #6 "Spores"

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* BigOlEyebrows
* {{Cameo}}: [[spoiler:In the last issue of ''Pikappa''.]]
* ColonelBadass: Enough to force the Evronians to retreat from a town they invaded.
* CommissarCap: And it really suits him.
* FourStarBadass: Gets promoted.
* NamedAfterSomebodyFamous: The "E" is clearly supposed to stand for [[Creator/ClintEastwood Eastwood]].
* TookALevelInKindness: He was really hard to deal with in his early appearances, almost a GeneralRipper, but over time his attitude towards Paperinik softened considerably after witnessing both how much of a danger the Evronians posed and the hero's efforts against them. The feeling is mutual, to the point that Paperinik temporarily trusted him with [[spoiler:the custody of Xadhoom's memory backup, and in ''Might and Power'', he sends him the information needed to stop the new Evronian menace]].
* YouDontLookLikeYou: In PKNA #44, he looks as a more "regular" man, smaller and without any of the physical exaggerations he features in all other appearances. In ''Might and Power'' he appears quite aged, compared to his PKNA appearances.
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!!Mike Martinus Morrighan
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A Channel 00 journalist.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #1 "Shadows on Venus"

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* AlliterativeName: Three big [=Ms=].
* ButtMonkey: Even ''Lyla'' has occasionally laughed at him.
* EmbarrassingMiddleName: At least according to Angus.
* IntrepidReporter: Has had his moments.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: His methods are... questionable, and he forced Camera 9 to work on Christmas Eve (while the latter was on vacation, no less), but he saved Angus' life from the Evronians and stayed in the hospital until he woke up.
* MasterOfUnlocking: Obtained a [[SkeletonKey "universal door-opener"]] from a burglar he interviewed.
* TheRival: To Angus Fangus.
* ThrowTheDogABone: He is often overshadowed by Angus, and was humiliated in the ChristmasEpisode, but he won the prize as the best journalist of Duckburg. [[spoiler:He eventually becomes Everett Ducklair's press secretary after Lyla resignes from the role]].
** As of PKNE, he seems to have gone on with a respectable career and he currently works as a press secretary.
* YouDontLookLikeYou: In his brief appearance in ''PK Tube'' #4 he looks ''much'' thinner to the point of being almost unrecognizable.
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!!Anymore Boring
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Everett Ducklair's right hand man.

'''First appearance:''' ''[=PK2=]'' #2 "Just a Little Fear"

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* {{Cameo}}: His only appearance in the ''Pikappa'' universe is in the back-up story of the first issue.
* LimitedWardrobe: Probably due to his pratical mindset.
* MeaningfulName: He's ''really'' boring.
* ObfuscatingStupidity: He seems to be just a really boring person with a word fetish. He can also find out who steals Ducklair-made chips for energy weapons and sick the ''US Army'' on them by just checking the expedition records and reporting his findings to the authorities, and play Birgit ''and'' Paperinik like violins. Oh, and he can exchange important ''secret'' communications with Everett in presence of other without them realizing exactly because of his word fetish. There's a good reason ''he'' and not Birgit is Everett's second in command...
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!!Prior
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The prior of Dhasam-Bul, who would mostly appear in short stories.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #2 "Two"

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* BlackEyesOfEvil: Subverted, as he's not evil.
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: Then again, everybody changes name in the monastery.
* LimitedWardrobe: All the monks wear the same clothing.
* TricksterMentor: His lessons are never given directly.
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!!Donald Duck /
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Paperinik / Pikappa
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->''"By day, this is my city. By night, this city is mine."''

Donald Duck, the classic cartoon character who originated in the 1930s, has now become the superhero Paperinik (the origin is different in older Italian stories and the reboot of this series), protector of Duckburg and in this series pretty much protector of Earth, going up against alien invaders among his adversaries, which also include time pirates, mad scientists, terrorists, corrupt businessmen and evil machines.

For more tropes about Donald outside this series, see ''ComicBook/DonaldDuck''.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians" (in this series)

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(Donald Duck)]]
* AdaptationalBadass: Probably the most badass version of Donald Duck. Howewer before PKNA, his level of competence in the classic stories varied a lot DependingOnTheWriter.
* AdaptationalHeroism: Donald Duck is usually portrayed as an overly aggressive jerk, though that's not the case in this series.
* AdaptationalIntelligence: Donald Duck in this series is quite a bit smarter than the one we usually see.
* AlliterativeName: Subverted as soon as you discover Don's middle name, ''Fauntleroy''.
* AlmightyJanitor: During most of PKNA he's an errand boy at Channel 00, and in ''[=PK2=]'' he gets a job as a security guard in a big mall. In ''Pikappa'', he lands mostly modest jobs.
* AntiHero --> TheHero: In the early stories, Paperinik wasn't actually a superhero, but a PragmaticHero, avenging wrongs that had been done to Donald, sometimes in blatantly illegal ways. The writers toned this aspect down later and turned him into a superhero instead. The character's methods did not change much but he started targeting the criminal population of Duckburg. This still remains his main mission today, although he occasionally faces higher profile adversaries and finds missions which require him to travel away from Duckburg.
* AsideGlance: Tends to look towards the readers. May even have something to say to them.
* BadassCape: Even if its length [[DependingOnTheArtist depends on who is drawing him]].
* BadassNormal: He only has his wit and gadgets to compete in a world of aliens, artificial intelligences, magicians and more.
* BadassAndChildDuo: The badass to Trip's child in PKNA #34.
* BigNo:
** Right when he resists Trauma's powers.
** Donald is assigned to be Angus' bodyguard in ''[=PK2=]'' #11. His reaction is quite literally earth-shattering.
* BorrowedCatchphrase: He uses Xadhoom's "Let's Dance" in PKNA #29.
* BruceWayneHeldHostage: In ''[=PK2=]'' #3, the brainwashed Hobey Robson held a group of people in Duckmall hostage, demanding to speak to Paperinik. The problem was that Donald was one of the hostages.
* CatapultNightmare: In #10, coupled with a BigNo when he wakes up from a dream about his bullied childhood.
* ClarkKenting: It should be easy to tell who Paperinik is, but apparently you need science to figure it out. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] by him being a MasterOfDisguise with LatexPerfection (two of the characters who did figure it out have the technology to see through that. The third has PsychicPowers and just read Paperinik's mind). There's also the fact that, even in pre-[=PKNA=] stories, many people think Donald is too much unlike PK to possibly be him. It's implied that Donald managed to shape out an effective alter ego in PK, showing parts of himself he normally wouldn't in his civilian identity.
* CoolCar: The Pi-Kar that replaces his old and iconic 313.
* CoolPlane: Rarely used, but the Pk-jet is this (aside from a somewhat goofy design). It can even turn [[ShoutOut invisible.]]
* DeadpanSnarker: Too many examples to count.
* {{Determinator}}: Just try to keep this guy down. [[TemptingFate Just try]].
* DressingAsTheEnemy:
** In the "Xadhoom Trilogy" he disguises himself as a Coolflame twice. [[spoiler:On both occasions, he betrays himself by talking, something the Coolflames are no longer able to do]].
** In ''Might and Power'' he uses his new nanomachine-based suit to [[spoiler:disguise himself as an Evronian general. Unfortunately for him, he's soon dragged into a reunion between Nebula Faraday and a lot other generals, and one of them realizes he's too short compared to himself and the others]].
* EnemyMine: He has a knack for it: over the course of the series he had to ally with both the Evronians and The Raider multiple times.
* EvilCostumeSwitch: [[spoiler:In a WhatIf story in the last issue of PKNA, Paperinik dons a different costume when he turns evil.]]
* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler:In the above-mentioned WhatIf story, Paperinik becomes an agent of The Organization after the destruction of Duckburg, striking out against the TimePolice that did nothing to prevent it.]]
* GenreSavvy:
** He's well aware that {{Badass Boast}}s are part of being a superhero.
** He's aware that most superhero universes have CasualInterstellarTravel as a permanent fixture. [[RealityEnsues He was wrong on that count, though, as One tells him]].
** He's aware that [[JokerImmunity Two always returns, regardless of the outcome]].
* GrandTheftMe:
** In ''[=PK2=] #12, the virtual copy of scientist Cormack Trentor takes over Paperinik's body and leaves his mind in the virtual world. Paperinik finds a way to escape the virtual world by taking over the now empty body of Cormack.
** Happens in one of the WhatIf stories of the last issue of [=PKNA=].
* GuileHero: Especially in the early stories, he was much more prone to trick and out think his opponents than overpower them. Even in the series, while lacking the raw intellect of [[ArtificialIntelligence One]] or [[GeniusBruiser Xadhoom]] he is still smart enough to come up with plans of his own and quickly get a handle on the situation.
* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: His civilian persona's always half dressed. Becomes more unnatural when nearly everyone in this series is fully clothed. Subverted when he puts on the superhero costume.
* HandBlast: He's able to do this with the suit he gets in the 2014 relaunch.
* HeroWithBadPublicity: Downplayed. He's viewed negatively by some people in the city, thanks to Angus Fangus and later other reporters, but most people think he's a hero.
* IAlwaysWantedToSayThat: Used jokingly with a variation of a cliché line.
-->"Driver, follow that mass of water. I've always wanted to say that."
** He did the same thing in an earlier issue.
-->"I've always wanted to say this... Men, chaaaarge!"
* LineOfSightName: In the rebooted series, when debuting as a superhero and asked who he is, Donald comes up with the name "Pikappa" after seeing the letters P and K on his new Extransformer shield.
* MasterOfDisguise: Though he doesn't do it as often as in other stories, he can put on some very convincing masks to resemble other people. His Extransformer shield also has a function that lets him disguise himself into whatever he wants, including inanimate objects, thanks to a holographic projector.
** His new costume in ''Might and Power'' seems even better in this regard but it quickly reveals a flaw: [[spoiler:being based on shapeshifting rather than holograms, it means that PK's size is always the same - and he has the bad idea of disguising himself as an Evronian general, although [[IdiotBall they don't notice for a while]]]].
* MesACrowd: With the new suit he acquires in the 2014 relaunch, Paperinik can create solid holographic duplicates of himself, though doing this consumes a lot of power.
* MorphWeapon: His Extransformer shield is capable of all kinds of transformations.
** ImpossiblyCoolWeapon: It also has a large quantity of features:
*** {{Flight}}: It grants its user the ability to fly.
*** GravityMaster: It can increase or reduce the weight of a target.
*** MegatonPunch: The extensible hand of the shield is one of its most used weapons.
*** TheParalyzer: It has a ray, called the "Bradionic Paralyzer", that "stops individual time".
*** ThrowingYourShieldAlwaysWorks: Since it can transform in a boomerang and come back.
** The suit donned in ''Might and Power'' is a MorphWeapon in itself and includes an Extransformer. It ditches the punch for a "Percussion Ray" that has a similar effect.
* [[NeighbourhoodFriendlyGangsters Neighborhood Friendly Criminal]]: [[JerkassHasAPoint As Angus often points out]], Paperinik is a criminal with a ''huge'' record at the expenses of multiple {{Asshole Victim}}s. He's also considered a superhero because he brings in thieves, robbers, con artists and supercriminals and takes on alien invasions.
* NeverAcceptedInHisHometown: In contrast to his HeroWithBadPublicity status in Duckburg, he has quite the good reputation worldwide.
* NeverBareheaded: He is almost never seen without his hat (he even keeps it while wearing a space suit). It helps that for some reason it almost never falls off despite everything Paperinik does.
* NiceHat: Just had to make his iconic sailor hat part of the superhero outfit.
* OfficialCouple: Him and Daisy Duck. Even though [[TheGhost she never really appears, the relationship is mentioned frequently]].
* ParentalSubstitute: To his nephews Huey, Louie and Dewey.
* PintSizedPowerhouse: Can easily take down guys many times his size with his bare hands.
* PlatonicLifePartners: Is this with Lyla Lay.
* TheProtagonist: As the title of the comic suggests, Paperinik is the main character.
* PsychicBlockDefense: To some extent, after receiving training from Everett Ducklair.
* RedIsHeroic: Even if it's only on some parts of his costume.
* RefusalOfTheCall: During the first pages of the 2014 relaunch story "Might and Power". He's understandably confused by the return of both the Raider and the Evronians, and none too happy about donning the costume and cape again.
* RetiredBadass:
** In the BadFuture shown in PKNA #34.
** Also at the beginning of "Might and Power". He explicitly says that he has abandoned the PK identity for quite some time.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: In an issue of ''Pikappa'', in a possible future, [[spoiler:Paperinik's mind was transferred to a robot body, and would be transferred to another one again and again when he got himself destroyed]].
* SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong: With all the time traveling that goes on in this series, he's had to go through this on several occasions, even sometimes undoing something someone else already changed for the worse.
* SchoolBullyingIsHarmless: Averted. PKNA #10 shows that Donald still has nightmares about being bullied as a kid.
* SecretIdentity: He is a superhero. What do you expect?
* SecretIdentityIdentity: Donald has to make a conscious effort to not act as Paperinik while in civilian identity, even letting go of bullies that, as Paperinik, he'd normally handle without even using his gadgets.
* ShipTease: Mostly with Xadhoom, but happens with Lyla too sometimes.
* SpeciesSurname: You know his civilian name, right?
* ThatWasObjectionable: Objected for the sake of objecting during Lyla's trial in PKNA #22.
* TheyCallMeMisterTibbs: In PKNA #1:
-->'''Evronian and Angus Fangus:''' PAPERINIK!
-->'''Paperinik:''' My friends call me PK! You can however simply call me Mr. Paperinik!
-->'''Angus Fangus:''' You're a godsend! Save me, Paperinik! Savemesavemesaveme!
-->'''Paperinik:''' That goes for you too, Fangus!
* ThouShaltNotKill: From "Might and Power" onward he is completely against taking a life, even if it would be for the greater good (compare to the normal Paperinik stories, and especially the early ones, where he shows no compulsion against killing and in fact we see him committing ''attempted murder'').
* ThrowTheDogABone: Life usually doesn't go well for Donald, especially when it comes to getting a job. Though in ''[=PK2=]'', all his years of working for Uncle Scrooge finally pay off as he earns a position in the city's biggest security company Starcorp.
* TookALevelInBadass: At the beginning of the series, Paperinik finds that his usual kit of goofy weapons and tools are largely useless against an invading armada of inter-stellar aliens. When he stumbles on the [=151st=] floor of Ducklair Tower, he finds that the resident AI, One, is more than willing to supply him with the necessary weapons and gear necessary to combat not only aliens, but also rogue time-travelers, [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt high-level space-time anomalies]], [[AIIsACrapshoot malevolent AIs]], suicide terrorists... in short, his competence level goes up significantly.
* TheUnintelligible: This is naturally averted in the comics, though it's also subverted in the video game based on the series. Donald still has his classic voice at the start of the game, but once he puts on the costume, his voices changes to something far more understandable.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Is this with Xadhoom. Donald sometimes tries to have Xadhoom not so obsessed on her revenge, and jokingly nicknames her "beauty eyes" due to her monochromatic green eyes.
* WouldHitAGirl: He won't pull punches just because you have boobs.
* YouFightLikeACow: Quite a formidable quipper.
* YourMom: Or rather, aunt.
-->'''The Raider:''' I didn't think there were any mutants in this time period!
-->'''Paperinik:''' Your aunt's a mutant, big guy!
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[[Characters/PaperinikNewAdventuresFriendsAndAllies Friends and Allies]]

!!One
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->''"I dream. I hope. I suffer. And that means only one thing... I am alive."''

An artificial intelligence created by Everett Ducklair (the reason for his creation varies in ''Paperinik New Adventures'' and ''Pikappa'') who resides in Ducklair Tower. Becomes the partner of Donald Duck's superhero persona, Paperinik, aiding him on his heroic missions.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"

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* AffectionateNickname: He and Paperinik have several for each other: his favorite seems to be "old cape".
* ArbitraryScepticism: Alien vampires, a scientist turned into a humanoid star and time-traveling thieves? Sure, why not. Magic? That's ridiculous.
* ArtificialIntelligence: In his words, the most sophisticated ever built.
* TheBusCameBack: [[spoiler:He is finally reactivated at the end of PKNE #1 ''Might and Power'' by Ducklair, who had apparently brought One's data with himself when he left Earth.]]
* ChangedMyMindKid: In the climax of [[spoiler:PKNA #4 "Earthquake"]].
* ColorcodedForYourConvenience: A soft green shade, as opposed to Two's sharp red.
* DeadpanSnarker: Just like his partner.
* GadgeteerGenius: Replaces Gyro as this.
* GeniusLoci: The Ducklair Tower is, for all intents and purposes, One's body.
* HypercompetentSidekick: Though he and Paperinik consider themselves partners.
* InnocentlyInsensitive: When they first met, he did nothing to hide the fact he had no idea who Paperinik was.
-->'''One:''' Why would I have let you in?
-->'''Paperinik:''' You probably recognized me as the celebrated hero in the service of justice!
-->'''One:''' You mean you are famous? I've never heard of you!
-->'''Paperinik:''' [[LampshadeHanging Like you've never heard of tact and savoir faire, I bet!]]
* NotSoAboveItAll: Just like everyone else in Duckburg, he's a fan of the soap opera Anxieties.
* PlayfulHacker: One is able to enter almost every computer and he never does that without good reasons.
* ProjectedMan: He holographically appears as a head in a sphere, a form he uses to make Paperinik feel comfortable when talking to him.
* PutOnABusToHell: In the opening pages of ''[=PK2=]'', [[spoiler:PK returns from a patrol only to find out that Ducklair has deactivated One. He is last seen in a video message left just before the shutdown, and not reactivated at the end of the series.]]
* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: To the frustration of Paperinik, One can get quite technical with his explanations.
* StrawVulcan: He had this problem in early issues, since his programming forced him to take the most logical decisions. He grew out of it during [[spoiler:"Earthquake"]] when he learned that there is a difference between what is logical and what is right. In fact, during "Mekkano", he actually trusted Gorthan more than Paperinik.
* TwoAliasesOneCharacter: Unknown to even Paperinik, One in the future has obtained a droid body and goes by the name of Odin Eidolon.
* VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: He can connect with virtually anything.
* YouAreNumberSix: Which has lead to at least one IncrediblyLamePun.
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!!!Odin Eidolon
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The person who One becomes in the future. Odin Eidolon is one of the most powerful and richest men of the 23rd century, and the owner of the biggest droid manufacturing factory; it's unknown to everyone that he himself is a droid. Can be regarded as a separate character from One, seeing as [[spoiler:he's got a bit of Two in him]].

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #5 "Portrait of the Young Hero"

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* BlingOfWar: In the 2014 relaunch, the armor he's wearing while leading the resistance in the BadFuture is fairly golden.
* InTheHood: Disguises himself with a hooded robe in PKNA #12 and #34.
* MeaningfulName: Odin is Russian for "one", while Eidolon has several meanings that are fitting for him.
* MulticoloredHair: Green and purple, for some reason.
* ImYourBiggestFan: For good reasons, he's Paperinik's biggest fan.
* RebelLeader: Leads the resistance against the Evronians in the BadFuture where the enemy has taken over the planet.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: In fact, no one is aware he isn't organic.
* ThisIsMyNameOnForeign: "One" translated to Russian becomes "Odin".
* TwoAliasesOneCharacter: Unknown to even Paperinik, Odin Eidolon is the future version of One.
* TwoSiblingsInOne: [[spoiler:In order to become Odin Eidolon, One absorbed what was left of the dying Two, as a complete individual must consist of both good and evil. Downplayed with the fact that there was so little left of Two that One's 100% in control.]]
* UnclePennybags: He used the space where the Ducklair tower used to be to create a park with special effects for all citizens.
* VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: Reprises this former role of his in PKNA #22 "Fragments of Autumn".
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!!Omega Chamber Custodian
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->''"I don't want to hear you talk, I want to see you fight!"''

An artificial intelligence created by Everett Ducklair, with a similar appearance to One, who was left in charge of the very secret Omega Chamber in Ducklair Tower. When PK uncovers this part of the tower, the custodian makes it his task to assist him against the new threats now that the hero stands without other allies, but also make him change his methods for dealing with these threats. Constantly berates PK for his way of doing things.

'''First appearance:''' ''PK New Era'' "Might and Power"

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* ArtificialIntelligence: The third to be created by Everett Ducklair.
* ColorcodedForYourConvenience: While One's green appearance signifies good, and Two's red appearance signifies evil, the custodian's blue appearance signifies neutral.
* HypercompetentSidekick: Replaces One as this in the new series, even if he and his partner don't exactly get along that well...
* NoNameGiven: He only introduces himself as the custodian of the Omega Chamber, and doesn't even seem to think names are important. When he makes himself a remote-controlled mechanical body to act as the new administrator of the Ducklair Foundation, he takes the name Solomon Hicks.
** FanNickname: Was known as "Sergio" (an Italian name of Latin origin [[MeaningfulName meaning "Guardian"]]) among Italian fans before the debut of his other name.
* ProjectedMan: Holographically appears as a head inside a diamond altering its shape.
* StrawVulcan: The custodian doesn't care much about what is right, but more about what is efficient.
* VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: As PK's new partner, he holds this role.
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!!Lyla Lay
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A journalist working for Channel 00, who in ''Paperinik New Adventures'' is secretly a droid from the 23rd century and an agent of the TimePolice, deployed in the century the series takes place in. In ''Pikappa'' she's still a droid, but not from the future. The closest ally to Paperinik after One, and the female lead of the series.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"

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* ActionGirl: And the one to appear the most.
* AlliterativeName: Her name is Lyla Lay.
* BareYourMidriff: Some of her outfits that are not her regular attire.
* BreakTheCutie: IN PKNA #22 "Fragments of Autumn", Lyla has to face the guilt of shooting another timepoliceman, being the first droid ever to face a trial (where the prosecution tries to use her as proof that all droids are ultimately defective and should be destroyed), while some weird visions are messing up her programming.
* DroppedaBridgeOnHer: [[spoiler:Lyla's death at the end of the ''Pikappa'' reboot is quite anticlimactic. She sacrifices herself to take out a mere total of four Evronians. Barely any time is spent mourning her loss.]]
* DudeMagnet: Two humans and a fellow droid fall in love with her, and many others (including Paperinik and Urk) admit she is rather attractive.
* GadgeteerGenius: It isn't shown very often, since One and Lyo would make it kinda redundant, but she built a gun able to deactivate other droids (and later easily modified it to [[spoiler:erase Two]]) and a deflector shield to stop [[spoiler:Korinna's PsychicPower]].
* HotScoop: She works undercover as a journalist of Channel 00.
* JuxtaposedHalvesShot: A shot like this happens in "Urk" when Lyla detects a tachyonic anomaly. One half showing her as normal, the other half being a more sinister looking silhouette.
* KissMeImVirtual: Again, several characters find her beautiful or even love her. [[spoiler: Her designer Leonard Vertighel]] loves her and thinks she's the perfect woman.
* MsFanservice: The biggest example of the first series, and she gets quite a few moments in ''Pikappa'' and ''New Era'' too.
* MostCommonSuperpower: Justified, since she is an android.
* PinkMeansFeminine: Her most regular attire is completely pink. She may also wear other pink outfits from time to time.
* PlatonicLifePartners: With Donald.
* PutOnABus / TheBusCameBack: In-universe. In her first appearance in the ''New Era'' stories, we are told she has returned to Duckburg recently, after spending an unspecified amount of time, between the end of ''[=PK2=]'' and the relaunch, working as a journalist abroad.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: How could she blend in, otherwise?
* RobotGirl: And an adorable one.
* RoboticReveal: Happens in ''Pikappa'' #2. [[spoiler: She saves PK from a dinosaur robot, damaging her arm and showing her artificial nature.]]
* ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: Occurs every time Lyla doesn't agree with her superiors' policy.
* SlipknotPonytail: Her hair has gotten undone in certain dire situations.
* TeacherStudentRomance: Was the student to Tyrrel Duckard's teacher back in Time Ø when she was still training to be a time cop.
* TheKnightsWhoSaySquee: When she gets to work with the best androids of the Time Police.
* TimeMachine: Like all the droids of the Time Police, she has one.
* TimePolice: Lyla is an agent of the Time Police, an organization from the future with agents in several key periods to avert history from being manipulated by time travelers. She is their agent for the end of the XX / beginning of the XXI century.
* UnfortunateName: Her last name can be regarded as sexual.
* WrittenInAbsence: In PKNA #29 "Metamorphosis", Lyla is absent during the award ceremony for the best journalist of the year, despite being on the list of candidates. It is mentioned by Angus Fangus that she's at the moment doing work out of town for the news channel.
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!!Camera 9 / Stefan Vladuck
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->''"Once I was '''very curious...'''"''

One of the cameramen of Channel 00, often ridiculed for how he comes off as a robot. Nobody knows that his real identity is Stefan Vladuck, who used to be a famous photographer back in the day.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"

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* ADayInTheLimelight: His Stefan Vladuck persona in PKNA #16 "Extraordinary Maintenance".
* BadassLongcoat: He uses it when he is not working.
* DemotedToExtra: You won't get much of Camera 9 in ''[=PK2=]'' and ''Pikappa''. And even in ''New Era'' stories so far, for that matter.
* TheFaceless: With his camera helmet as Camera 9 and with his fedora as Vladuck.
** His face was shown for the first time in ''PK Tube'' #4 in 2016. In fact, TheReveal of that short story is that the duck Angus presumes to be an archivist is in fact Stefan.
* FedoraOfAsskicking: Wears a fedora as Vladuck and is clearly able to kick ass, as he took out a robot with his bare hands. Apparently this is experience from fighting frigging tanks in the past.
* HiddenDepths: Very hidden: he feels that television has ruined his work as photographer, and feels like a robot working as a cameraman.
* IntrepidReporter: Photographer, rather. Has covered wars. Even to this day, he still does investigations in his free time.
%%* NotSoStoic
* TheStoic: He can keep it together even when facing some really strange things.

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!!Urk
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->''"'''KJAYA-OOOOOH!'''"''

An Iroquois warrior from an alternate dimension where the red people are more technologically advanced. Ends up trapped in Paperinik's dimension and afterwards he becomes an ally to the hero, though they fought each other in the beginning. In ''Pikappa'', however, [[spoiler:Urk is an alien and a Guardian of the Galaxy]].

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' 1997 Special "Missing"

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* {{Animorphism}}: In ''Pikappa'', [[spoiler:Urk is able to transform into a bear made out of energy.]]
* BigBrotherInstinct: Toward his sister Zeryn.
* TheBigGuy: He considers that Lyla might be as strong as him, but he is much more physical.
* DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength: In one issue he's overjoyed because [[spoiler:he has finally returned to his own dimension]], thus he hugs Paperinik. Cue crunching sound.
* EarlyBirdCameo: He was planned from the very beginning, with a sketch of him in the extra pages of #0. He made a brief, silent appearance in the 1997 Special, and was introduced in the series proper a few months later.
* ElementalShapeshifter: In ''Pikappa'', [[spoiler:Urk has the ability to turn into a bear made of energy.]]
* FishOutOfWater: What happens when you are from another dimension with different history.
* GentleGiant: He is sensitive, friendly and fun to be around.
* HumanAlien: In ''Pikappa'', [[spoiler:Urk is an alien.]]
* IWasBeatenByAGirl: Inverted. He defeated the girl (a warrior from his dimension) but he knows she let him win.
* LikeADuckTakesToWater: Despite his nostalgia for his home, he learns pretty quickly how things work (and he even gets a job) while trapped in our dimension, though.
* MySisterIsOffLimits: He does ''not'' react well when he finds out she got a boyfriend while he was in another dimension.
* OnlyOneName: As far as we know.
* SpiderSense: As a result of his intense training, he can detect when someone is about to attack him or, in case of more than one attacker, who is going to strike first.
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!!Everett Ducklair
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-> ''"Argh! I did it '''again!'''"''

Genius inventor and billionaire industrialist with an unknown past. Due to his nasty habit of creating weapons of mass destruction, he left Duckburg and became a monk at the monastery of Dhasam-Bul to rid himself of his habit, though he'd return to his city should certain trouble arise. He is also a martial artist. And practically a magician. [[spoiler:And an alien with psychic powers.]]

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"

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* AdaptationalWimp: In ''Pikappa'' he doesn't have any of his mystical abilities or martial skills. [[spoiler:Or his psychic powers.]]
** Although his few side-stories imply that [[WhatCouldHaveBeen he would eventually go against PK and One]] as a KnightTemplar.
* AllMonksKnowKungFu: He retired in a monastery to once again find the "best part of him". There he also learned martial arts.
* AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: In #48, "The Parts And The Whole".
* BenevolentAlienInvasion: [[spoiler:More like an escape, really...]]
* BigOlEyebrows: [[spoiler:And they seem to be hereditary.]]
* BigNo: [[spoiler:When he returned to his crashed ship, discovering what had happened to his daughters.]]
* ButNowIMustGo: Twice; first when he went to Dhasam-bul, and second, [[spoiler:when his daughters became too much of a threat to him and the world, since they planned to conquer it and transform Earth into a new Corona.]]
* TheChessmaster: Even more so than his daughters.
* EasyAmnesia: Caused by [[spoiler:his crash on Earth.]] He retains his memories after seeing [[spoiler:his spaceship]].
* {{Fiction500}}: His inventions have made him a billionaire.
* GadgeteerGenius: He invented the majority of Paperinik's new gadgets.
* HappilyAdopted: [[spoiler:When he arrived on Earth and lost his memory, Everett was taken in by Anchor and Evinta [=McGregor=]. They were decent folk.]]
* HumanAlien: [[spoiler:Duck alien, technically.]]
* IntelligenceEqualsIsolation: He built One just to have someone smart enough to talk to.
* KungFuWizard: He become skilled in martial arts and in magic while at Dhasam-bul.
* MadScientist: But not by choice.
* OlderThanHeLooks: He was mistaken for a late teenager/young adult when he [[spoiler:crashed on Earth]], despite already having two daughters.
* PsychicPower: [[spoiler:Like everybody on his planet.]]
* RealityWarper: [[spoiler:While in possession of the Book Of Destiny he could literally rewrite history as he wished. In the end he simply opted to take Lyla back to the present.]]
* ScienceRelatedMemeticDisorder: What caused him to build so many superweapons.
* SecretKeeper: Thanks to [[spoiler:his psychic powers]], he learned Paperinik's SecretIdentity in ''[=PK2=]'' #1. [[spoiler:Later in the series, he uses a ray on himself to forget it, as a "thank you" to the hero for saving his daughter.]]
* SuperIntelligence: He makes Gyro Gearloose seem like an amateur.
* TricksterMentor: Had to deal with one in the monastery, and it's shown he'd become one in the future.
* WalkingSpoiler: [[spoiler:The fact that he's an alien doesn't become apparent until you get into ''[=PK2=]'' and learn his backstory]].
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!!Mary Ann Flagstarr
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An agent of the PBI (Paperopoli Bureau of Investigation)[[note]]Paperopoli is Duckburg's Italian name[[/note]], who is very cooperative with our hero.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #4 "Earthquake"

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* ActionGirl: She can deck people far bigger than her.
* AmbiguouslyBrown: Since she is a FunnyAnimal, it's difficult to tell if she is supposed to be afro-american or not.
* BadassNormal: Ready to take on everything with just her gun and her fighting skills.
* BrotherSisterTeam: Teams up with her brother Ziggy from time to time.
* TheCommissionerGordon: After a nasty first encounter, she regularly asks Paperinik's help for things out of her jurisdiction.
* CoolShades: Even if she keeps them more on her head than on her beak.
* {{Cameo}}: [[spoiler:She is briefly seen in the last issue of ''Pikappa''.]]
* FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling: The responsible to Ziggy's foolish.
* HairColorDissonance: Her black hair's got purple highlights. Or maybe it is supposed to be purple...
* LongBusTrip: Doesn't appear in the sequel to PKNA, due to her being away on a fifteen-year long mission. Never got to reappear because of the series being LeftHanging.
* FBIAgent: She is an agent of the PBI, the comic's equivalent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Doesn't insist on knowing the true identity of the mysterious alien (actually Xadhoom), since she realizes there are some things she would rather not know.
* SpyCatsuit: She wears one in PKNA #35.
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!!Abraham Lincoln Wisecube
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->''"Access to everything that could teach you something about how the world works should be unlimited and complete."'''

An U.S. Army General who is quite opposed to many of the army's conducts, especially their negotiations with the Evronians.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #6 "Spores"

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* BaldBlackLeaderGuy: He is a bald afro-american general.
* BigOlEyebrows: They just make him more intimidating.
* {{Dogface}}: [[AvertedTrope Averted]]: he is actually the only character in the series that is neither a FunnyAnimal nor an alien to sport a human-looking nose.
* {{Cameo}}: [[spoiler:Makes a brief appearance in the last issue of ''Pikappa''.]]
* FourStarBadass: He is a general that personally leads his men on dangerous missions.
* NamedAfterSomebodyFamous: General Wisecube is named after an American president; his full name is ''[[UsefulNotes/AbrahamLincoln Abraham Lincoln]]'' Wisecube.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Realizes the need to collaborate with Paperinik since they have the same goal.
* ScaryBlackMan: He's a good guy but his large figure is imposing and sometimes intimidating, especially when you're not sure of his intentions during his first appearances.
* ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: He once tried [[spoiler:to steal the evidence that his government was secretly dealing with the Evronians and intended to inform the public.]]
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!!Rangi Fangus
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Leader of a Maori clan in New Zealand. She's also Angus' mother.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #7 "Invasion!"

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* ActionMom: As the Evronians can testify.
* GenderBlenderName: Rangi is the name of the male Sky king in the Maori mithology.
* GunsAkimbo: Used two guns when she decided to [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome lead her clan against the Evronians]].
* LargeAndInCharge: She is the chief of her tribe and she sure isn't skinny.
* MyBelovedSmother: But to be fair, her son '''is''' [[JerkAss Angus Fangus]].
* NeverMessWithGranny: Considering her son is old enough to have kids of his own, this is surely the case.
* OlderThanTheyLook: Didn't really look older than her own son.
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!!Xari
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->"Doesn't matter what happens, I'll never allow for the drop of our orbital defenses"

Xadhoom's boyfriend and, just like her, one of the political leaders of planet Xerba. Tried to warn Xado of not trusting the Evronians, but the [[CassandraTruth young woman refused to listen to him]]. He then elaborated a plan to save as many Xerbians as possible, and stayed behind to [[HeroicSacrifice allow them to flee]]. [[spoiler:He was spared and later the Evronians asked him to find a way to stop a certain [[PhysicalGod Physical Goddess]]... He accepted, not realizing whom he was tracking down, in order to use his influence over the Evronians to keep them away from the survivors of his people.]]

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0/3 "Xadhoom!"

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* ADayInTheLimelight: We get to see a bit more of him in the issue about the fall of Xerba. [[spoiler:And even more in the "Xadhoom Trilogy".]]
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: One of the highest political figures of his planet (and therefore one of the smartest), he has no problems with defending himself when the Evronians attack.
* BatmanGambit: [[spoiler:He accepted to work for the Evronians only to keep them far away from the remaining Xerbians.]]
* CassandraTruth: Xari's misgivings about shutting down Xerba's orbital defences were ignored -- much to the planet's detriment.
* DramaticIrony: He declares that [[spoiler:the "mysterious creature [Xadhoom] didn't mean nothing to me!" If only he knew...]]
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: [[spoiler:at the end of PKNA #35, he briefly appears looking as a Coolflame. This is due to a scrapped idea from an early draft of the issue, which would have introduced aliens subjected to a special coolflamization process that preserved their intelligence but left them obedient to the Evronians.]]
* HeroicSacrifice: He led a handful of soldiers to defend three ships with the last group of Xerbians still free and gets captured. [[spoiler:He surprisingly wasn't killed or reduced to a Coolflame, since Gorthan realized his intellect could be useful to the empire]].
* IdenticalStranger: Paperinik and Xadhoom once met a Coolflame that looked exactly like him. He was actually from another planet, but the process of coolflamization modified his face enough to fool them for a while.
* OhCrap: When he realizes the Evronians [[spoiler:are heading for the planet where the few last Xerbians found a new home]].
* OnlySaneMan: Subverted. At first it seemed he was the only one opposing Xado's idea to welcome the Evronians, but in the issue regarding the fall of Xerba we see others politicians were on his side.
* ReverseMole: [[spoiler:Working for the Evronians while actually defending his people]].
* SecondLove: [[spoiler:Xalya]].
* ShallowLoveInterest: Averted; as flashbacks informs us, he was very much his own person and more than capable to be in disaccord with Xadhoom. [[spoiler:And then there is what he did after the fall of Xerba...]]
* WalkingSpoiler: If all that blank space wasn't a good enough hint for you.
* WhamLine: That let us know [[spoiler:he is alive, well and working for Evron.]]
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!!Tempest Gale
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->''"There is no end, if the memories live. And some hurt more than others."''

One of Donald's friendly Starcorp colleagues at Duckmall Center. She has a fair amount of experience when it comes to combat and weapons from her days in the private paramilitary force Seaducks.

'''First appearance:''' ''[=PK2=]'' #1 "Ducklair"

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* ADayInTheLimelight: ''[=PK2=]'' #14 "The Last Hunt".
* ActionGirl: Was a member of a Navy Seal expy and can still give a super soldier a run for his money.
* AffectionateNickname: Tem and Tempy are used by some of her friends.
* AwesomeMcCoolname: I mean, "Tempest"?
* BadassNormal: Anyone who isn't immediatly killed by [[SuperSoldier The Predator]] surely qualifies.
* BareYourMidriff: In ''[=PK2=]'' #14 "The Last Hunt" and the 2001 Special.
* BikerBabe: A motorbike is her mean of trasport.
* BreakTheCutie: Her backstory as a member of Seaducks. She was sent on a mission, betrayed by her commander and lost her best friend. Becomes completely broken down when her past comes back to haunt her.
* DreadfulMusician: Donald certainly isn't impressed by the music of her and her band, Impact. Neither is her neighbor, referring to her practicing as a racket.
* GoofySuit: Once had to go to work in a giraffe costume instead of the regular security guard uniform.
* HellBentForLeather: Does at times wear a leather jacket.
* HouseboatHero: The boat's the uncool kind, mind you.
* PintSizedPowerhouse / LittleMissBadass: One of the shortest female characters in the series (usually, depends on the artist). She's highly skilled both in close combat and weapons, and was once a member of Seaducks, a Navy Seals expy.
* SittingOnTheRoof: Does this during ''[=PK2=]'' #14.
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!!Lyonard D'Aq
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An old-timer who used to assist a different superhero in the old days, today assisting Paperinik. Lives in the old abandoned factory Century. Takes the role of One in ''[=PK2=]'' to some extent, by providing the hero with gadgetry and a refuge.

'''First appearance:''' ''[=PK2=]'' #2 "Just a Little Fear"

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* AlmightyJanitor: He is the janitor of the Century dismissed factory. He was also the sidekick of another superhero, Astrongman (Destroyer Duck in the ''Pikappa'' reboot).
* BackFromTheDead: [[spoiler:In ''Pikappa'',thanks to a BrainUploading.]]
* BewareTheSillyOnes: He has CloudCuckooLander tendencies, as he likes to reminisce on his past. He also hasn't rusted up one bit.
* BigOlEyebrows: And it's less subject to DependingOnTheArtist than the other examples on this page.
* BrainUploading: Uploaded himself into a computer once. It's not permanent... [[spoiler:but a backup of him remained]].
* CoolOldGuy: He is still around to help superheroes and always willing to give advice.
* EarlyBirdCameo: He made a few short panel appearances in ''[=PK2=]'' #2 and #5. His proper introduction was in #6.
* GadgeteerGenius: Takes over the role after [[spoiler:One gets deactivated]], and becomes the secondary one in the reboot.
* GrumpyOldMan: To some extent in ''[=PK2=]''.
* KidSidekick: In ''Pikappa'', the younger Lyonard was the sidekick of Destroyer Duck, going by the name of Destroyer Kid.
* LimitedWardrobe: Even more so than other characters.
* PromotionToParent: To Lyla, in the reboot.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: [[spoiler:His mind is put in a robotic body identical to the original.]]
* TheyCallMeMisterTibbs: When introducing himself to the hero.
-->"Name's Lyonard D'Aq. Lyo to friends. Mr. D'Aq to you!"
* TragicMonster: [[spoiler:Lyozard, the Godzilla-like creature he trasformed into thanks to Vendor.]]
* WildHair: Well, he could use a comb.
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!!Zigfried "Ziggy" Flagstarr
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Ziggy works as an errand boy for Channel 00. He was originally going to join the PBI along with his sister Mary Ann, but left before taking the final exam because he didn't like all the secrecy.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #3 "Day of the Cold Sun"

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* AlmightyJanitor: Trained to become a [[FBIAgent PBI Agent]], took a job as an errand boy for Channel 00. [[spoiler:And rose in the ranks until becoming the director of the channel's news program.]]
* AmbiguouslyBrown: In the same vein of his sister.
* AscendedExtra: Ziggy would pretty much just be this background character walking around the offices of Channel 00 until ''PKNA'' #29.
* BrotherSisterTeam: Teams up with his sister Mary Ann from time to time.
* DemotedToExtra: In ''[=PK2=]'' and ''Pikappa'', he returns to being this guy who just walks around the offices of Channel 00, whereas before he had received a bit of characterization. He gets a cameo in ''Might and Power'' and may be seen more again in the future, since in the years while PK was inactive [[spoiler:he's become ''director'' Channel 00 News]].
* FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling: The foolish to Mary Ann's responsible.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Nobody ever calls this guy Zigfried.
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!!Mortimer Bloom
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The leader of the Starcorp team at Duckmall Center.

'''First appearance:''' ''[=PK2=]'' #1 "Ducklair"

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* BenevolentBoss: Not only he is always friendly and understanding, but he also goes the extra mile to help his employees.
* BigOlEyebrows: Almost a standard for the older males of this series.
* FurryBaldness: It's rarely seen, however, since he is almost always drawn with his hat on.
* GoofySuit: Once had to go to work in a kangaroo costume instead of the regular security guard uniform.
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[[folder: Xadhoom]]
!!Xadhoom
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->''"There doesn't exist a universe as big as remorse."''

Once she was a scientist from the planet Xerba named Xado. Today, after an experiment she performed on herself, she is the super-powered being Xadhoom, who seeks vengeance on the
[[Characters/PaperinikNewAdventuresEvronianEmpire Evronian Empire for having conquered her planet and enslaved her people. Becomes an ally to Paperinik, despite their first hostile encounter.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"

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Empire]]
* NinetiesAntiHero: While her powers, look and attitude may qualify, her character is developed better than the average NAH.
* AFormYouAreComfortableWith: Subverted; while she is an EnergyBeing and her physical appearance is malleable, it's not very different from her Xerbian look.
* ActionBomb: If she lost control of herself, she'd become a nova and explode.
* ActionGirl: Unquestionably the biggest one in the series.
* AffectionateNickname: Paperinik usually calls her [[WhatBeautifulEyes "Beauty Eyes"]] ("Occhi Belli" in italian). Becomes funnier when she is BroughtDownToNormal and recovers her true look... Including her gorgeous emerald green eyes.
* AGodIAm: She delivered one when [[spoiler:Xari]] told her he and the other [[spoiler:Xerbians]] would find a way to bring her back to normal.
-->'''Xadhoom:''' ''Why?'' Don't you ''like'' me ''like this''? ''I'' am ''truly'' free! Free from all the needs ''torturing'' you! It's ''you'' who should ''become like me''!
* AlienBlood: As shown in a flashback, Xerbians have inky-black blood. How her blood looks like now, or if she even has any, is anyone's guess.
* AloofAlly: Especially at the beginning, she only cared for Paperinik as someone who could help her wipe out more Evronians.
* AngstNuke: Letting her rage free would cause one that would kill everybody in a vast area, including herself.
* AntiHero: She isn't constricted by things like "moral code", "mercy" or trying to be better than the ones she is fighting.
* ArchEnemy: To the '''whole''' Evronian Empire.
* TheAtoner: To an extent: she blames herself for not listening to Xari and others Xerbians's warnings about the Evronians.
* ApocalypseHow: Capable of inflicting any level of this, up to Planetary: Class 5, depending on how much power she's willing to dedicate to the task.
* BadassNormal: She proved surprisingly capable of holding her own against Raghor, even without using her powers.
* BadassBoast: After she ends up on an Evronian ship:
-->'''Evronian''': "The party has ended for you!"
-->'''Xadhoom''': "This is where you are wrong, Evronian! Look at me... I'm all alone, in the heart of an enemy base, surrounded by thousands of warriors! '''The party for me begins NOW!'''"
* BatmanCanBreatheInSpace: Justified, as not needing to breathe is one of her powers.
* BeautifulAllAlong:
[[Characters/PaperinikNewAdventuresTheOrganization The one time she recovered her pre-mutation look, Paperinik found out she was ''gorgeous''.
Organization]]
* TheBerserker
* BewareTheSuperman: For the Evronians; she is possibly the most powerful being in the Universe and has a personal vendetta against them. Even Paperinik had to face this a couple of times, such as during their first encounter, or the time she was hallucinating.
* BigDamnHeroes: She does it regulary, so much that both she and Paperinik start {{lampshading}} it.
-->'''Evronian:''' "This time Paperinik is not here to save you!"
-->'''Xadhoom:''' "Actually, it's usually the other way around!"
* BigNo: When she returns to Xerba after the experiment. Also when she thought [[spoiler:Paperinik had become a Coolflame]].
* BloodKnight: She greatly enjoys fighting Evronians and at times complains that it's almost too easy.
* BookEnds: [[spoiler:The beginning of Xadhoom involved a dying sun, and her end involved a new-born sun. It ended the way it began...]]
* BreakTheCutie: From what we have seen in flashbacks, she used to be a nice and somewhat shy woman who loved dancing and the stars, and wished nothing more than avert the impending loss of energy of Xerba, with her slight arrogance justified by her being the greatest astrophysicist in Xerba's history (it's mentioned she beat the greatest achievement of her predecessor when she was much younger than him). Then, as she successfully completed an experiment to obtain an eternal power source (and ''[[PhysicalGoddess becoming that power source]]''), Xerba was [[WeComeInPeaceShootToKill invaded by the same aliens she had just signed a trading treaty with]]...
* BroughtDownToBadass: Happens in PKNA #28 due to the sight of a Coolflame that [[spoiler:looked identical to Xari]]. At the end of the issue it's revealed [[spoiler:she never lost her powers: it was the result of her wish the Evronian invasion of Xerba and her powers had never happened, and subconsciously acted on it when she saw that Coolflame]]. The Evronian SuperSoldier convinced of having killed her was disintegrated shortly thereafter.
* BurningWithAnger: Not done very often, but yes.
* CapturedSuperEntity: The Evronians tried to do this to her multiple times. She always escaped, usually thanks to her powers and sometimes with Paperinik's help.
* CasualInterstellarTravel: Averted: she doesn't do it for casual reasons, and [[ShownTheirWork intergalactic distances are portrayed accurately]], making it all the more impressive that she can.
* TheChessmaster: She did it just once, right before her [[spoiler:HeroicSacrifice]]. The result was a CrowningMomentOfAwesome.
* ComboPlatterPowers:
** [[HandBlast Energy Projection]].
** {{Flight}}
** BizarreAlienSenses: Can sense energy emissions. Justified as part of her mutation.
** [[IntangibleMan Phasing through solid objects]]
** SuperStrength
** ShapeShifting: Downplayed, as she's only able to change her skin color, and open a hole in her body. [[ComicBook/XMen Mystique]] and [[ComicBook/TeenTitans Beast Boy]] level feats are beyond her.
** SuperSpeed: Sufficient to traverse galactic distances, in an unknown amount of time, though considerably less than two years, in-universe.
** NighInvulnerability: To an extreme extent; physical injuries don't particularly faze her, no matter how severe; now disrupting or siphoning her energy could prove lethal... Were she to allow her opponent an hour or two for either method.
** StoryBreakerPower: What she's generally acknowledged by everyone as having.
** PlayingWithFire
*** ElementalShapeshifter: In as much as a super-science based PhysicalGoddess can be this: in spaceflight and combat, everything below her waist has occasionally become a shapeless, flame-like substance. [[WildMassGuessing This may or may not be how her true form, after her mutation]].
*** FlamingHair: Once, when she was depowered.
*** WreathedInFlames: Rarer than the above two, but it has happened.
** [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway Bizarrely, the ability to generate her spacesuit]]. Justified: Not only does she control matter and energy, but in PKNA #28 "Metamorphosis" it is implied that it has literally become her skin.
** PsychoactivePowers: A prerequisite for Xadhoom's powers to work is a measure of belief that she even has them: without that, they don't work. At all.
* CurbStompBattle: Xadhoom has the power of a sun inside her. Fighting her head-on is pointless, and should only be done when a distraction is needed.
* DyingMomentOfAwesome: [[spoiler:Killing herself to become a sun and ensure her people's survival.]]
* DidNotGetTheBoy: [[spoiler:Even after finding Xari and saving the Xerbians, she realized they were too different and that he would be happier with [[SecondLove Xalya]]. She then went for her HeroicSacrifice.]]
* DependingOnTheWriter: it's inconsistent in-between issues whether Xadhoom is composed of PureEnergy, a Mutant, or a mixture of matter and energy: WordOfGod says it's the latter, in-story Xadhoom claims to be [[EnergyBeing the former]], and the middle option is unlikely, as she's only referred to as that once, by an Evronian.
* TheDreaded: The Evronians have a well-motivated fear of Xadhoom, considering she is an indestructible being with the power of a star inside her, and she's hell-bent on eradicating every last one of them.
* DistractedByMyOwnSexy: during "Metamorphosis", she spends a moment looking at at her reflection. Arguably Justified in that she had reverted to her pre-mutated state at the time.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Xadhoom is only briefly seen as a silhouette in the very first issue. Two issues later, she gets her proper introduction.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Xadhoom's introduction: she bursts through that wall and stars taking down the Evronians who got Paperinik cornered.
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: Xadhoom is Xerbian for 'creditor', and the Evronians owe her her homeworld and entire species (when told about the meaning of her name, PK admits that it explained everything, given his own issues with creditors). Notable because she acts like a creditor until the end, [[spoiler:ceasing her hunt for every Evronians after blowing up their Worldship with their Emperor, the Imperial Senate and many of their best and brightest generals and scientists on it, and saving the survivors of her people.]]
** EvilDebtCollector: {{Invoked}} by her choice of name, from the Evronian point of view.
* FakingTheDead: In a short story, Xadhoom pretended to be dead by reducing her vital functions in order to get inside a spaceship she couldn't destroy from the outside.
* GeniusBruiser: Xerba is a PlanetOfHats where everybody is a kind of scientist, and she was the best astrophysicist ''in Xerba's whole history''.
* GenreBlind: Surprisingly, Xadhoom fails to consider that just maybe the Evronians' new gadget can actually affect her, something that has actually happened ''four times'' (the first being in her very first appearance, and the third right after she remarked they can't do anything to her). [[ItOnlyWorksOnce Not that she'll let it work again after being hit once]], or [[HeroicWillpower will allow the fourth attempt to actually defeat her]]...
* GoOutWithASmile: [[spoiler:Musters one up when she's about to transform herself into a sun for her people.]]
* GreenEyes: Before her mutation.
* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: Her past self, that is.
* {{Hallucinations}}: at the beginning of ''Shooting Star'' she is wounded by an Evronian superweapon: this causes her to mistake ordinary people (and Paperinik) for Evronians for most of the issue. Thankfully the kind of energy she uses to kill the Evronians is not lethal for earthlings.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:She becomes a sun to allow her people to survive.]]
* HeroicWillpower: In ''Under a New Sun'' the Emperor of Evron had managed to capture her by holding the Xerbian survivors hostage, and his scientist were trying to torture her into exploding to use her as a perpetual energy source, but she resisted everything they tried with a smile. It even gets [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by the Emperor when he realizes it...
* HotScientist: Before her mutation. Also after it, though then we're also talking another kind of [[IncrediblyLamePun Hot]] entirely...
* HumanAlien: Subverted a bit; Xerbians have green skin, but are otherwise physically indistinguishable from humans. Played Straight after her mutation.
* HumanoidAbomination: Her levels of power are more akin to a [[EldritchAbomination Cosmic Horror]] than the other characters, hero or villain, and a few panels make it evident that she has no internal anatomy. It sort-of says it all that [[spoiler:when [[MadScientist Zoster]] obtained her powers, he eschewed the whole Humanoid bit and went straight into borderline-EldritchAbomination Galactic Conqueror territory.]]
* TheHunter: She's hunting down those Evronian guys.
* JackBauerInterrogationTechnique: She is not above a bit of forceful interrogation of Evronians to find out what she needs to know.
* IGaveMyWord: After interrogating a number of Evronians, she lets them go because she promised they wouldn't come to any harm.
* ImmuneToBullets: Even when she is weakened, as shown in PKNA #17 "Shooting Star".
* ImprobableWeaponUser: Whatever you do, don't let Xadhoom have a fork!
* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: [[spoiler:Asks [[SecondLove Xalya]] to take care of Xari before going off to her HeroicSacrifice.]]
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:Subverted; while the original Xadhoom is dead, prior to that, she made a virtual backup of her mind, containing every bit of knowledge and every memory she has, leaving that venue possible for a resurrection.]]
* LeeroyJenkins: Her favorite tactic is simply charging in and kill everybody, so it's difficult to convince her of a more subtle approach. It was already discussed in the first issue she appears.
-->'''Xadhoom:''' "Don't you like a good "First I smash everything,then we talk" style entrance?"
-->'''Paperinik:''' "To make them escape?"
* LetsDance: While she was still Xerbian, Xadhoom loved dancing. After her transformation, "Let's dance!" became one of her battle cries.
* LetsYouAndHimFight: A one sided case the first time she meets Paperinik: he wants to thank her for saving him from the Evronians; she wants to kill him because she thinks he ''is'' an Evronian.
* LiteralMinded: On one occasion she was on Earth masked as a human, and Angus, after taking her sunglasses, cried "Blow me down!". Xadhoom delivered a MegatonPunch.
* LivingBattery: She intended to become this for the Xerbians.
* MadeOfExplodium: Exploding, [[RequiredSecondaryPowers and reforming]], is one of her powers.
* MeaningfulName: Xadhoom is Xerbian for "creditor", and she intends to have the Evronians pay what they owe.
* MonochromaticEyes: Her mutated form has these. Her original Xerbian form has [[WhatBeautifulEyes startling green eyes]].
* NeckLift: Does this to Raghor in PKNA #28 before blowing him up.
* TheNeedless: She doesn't need air, food or sleep, considering she is the embodiment of a sun.
* TheNoseless: As a side effect of her mutation, she lost her nose and ears.
* NotInThisForYourRevolution: When Paperinik declared they would have defended Duckburg together, she replied with this:
--> '''Xadhoom:''' I'm not here to defend anyone! I just want to purge that Evronian scum from the universe.
* OneWomanArmy: On one occasion she fought ''three Evronian battlefleets'', using everything they had from warriors with personal weapons to the most powerful guns of the Empire and ''the one weapon that had ever left Xadhoom helpless''. Five pages later, the half-dozen survivors are running like they were pursued by an angry goddess ([[PhysicalGod they were, in a way]]) as soon as they're given the order to retreat. And that weapon capable of defeating Xadhoom missed due to her altering her body, and she disintegrated it soon afterwards.
* OutsideContextProblem: For the most part, Paperinik either faces human-level opponents, or low-level superhumans. The change in the status quo that motivates the existence of ''Paperinik New Adventures'' is the sudden invasion of Earth by a highly advanced galactic empire -- and with them, a super-powered alien named Xadhoom hell-bent on their destruction.
* PayEvilUntoEvil: She is as ruthless as the Evronians she is fighting, if not more.
* PersonOfMassDestruction: With the level and variety of her powers, she can obliterate everything from astroships to planets.
* PhysicalGoddess: She is one of the most powerful beings in Paperinik's universe. She is not entirely physical, though: it's frequently implied, and sometimes outright shown, that the wild-haired, green-eyed [[HumanoidAbomination vaguely-human, er, Xerbian-looking body]] is only a temporary and redundant shell, that Xadhoom can easily alter and reconstruct as she sees fit.
* PowerOfTheSun: Or strong solar associations, anyway.
* PreMortemOneLiner: [[spoiler:"Goodbye Evron. With this, we have closed accounts".]]
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: Started one against the Evronians when they conquered her planet.
* SheCleansUpNicely: For most of PKNA #28.
* ShipTease: If she wasn't so determined to find her boyfriend Xari, you might think she was a {{Tsundere}} for Paperinik. She also kisses him in PKNA #17.
* SlasherSmile: What her enemies may see before she destroys them.
* SourOutsideSadInside: She is often angry, callous and abrupt. Considering her adult life has been such a tragedy, she is also deeply hurt.
* SquishyWizard: Xadhoom's physical attributes are relatively weak compared to her matter/energy manipulation powers. She is still a superhuman, but her strengths lie in her more esoteric powers.
* SuperpowerMeltdown: If Xadhoom loses control, she turns into a literal supernova.
* SurvivorGuilt: She has shades of this, especially when she found a recording on one of the Xerbian spaceships.
* ShowyInvincibleHero: Very few situations credibly threaten her. ''But damn'' if it isn't entertaining to watch.
* TookALevelInBadass: Suffice to say, Xado took a ''monumental'' one.
* TookALevelInJerkass: As Xado she was a nice and somewhat shy woman. As Xadhoom... she isn't. At all.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Bicarbonate. She doesn't really ''need'' to eat, but her usual diet ([[ILoveNuclearPower thermonuclear processings]]) gives her "[[{{Pun}} stomach burns]]".
* TranquilFury: It's not apparent due the fact she's always killing Evronians in the most painful way she knows while thinking how to make their deaths more humiliating, but a short story showed her allowing a tiny bit of hatred and rage flow free for a single instant, and kill by indigestion an Evronian cyborg capable to harness the energy of the emotions of everyone in the area. That's how we know she's in TranquilFury, that and the fact she ever went in UnstoppableRage for a single instant she'd become a nova and destroy a solar system.
* UnrealisticBlackHole: If she lost control of her powers she'd become a nova and then a black hole: One theorized it could suck Earth in.
* VitriolicBestBuds: She is this with Paperinik. He sometimes tries to have Xadhoom not so obsessed on her revenge, and jokingly nicknames her "beauty eyes" due to her monochromatic green eyes.
* WalkingTheEarth: Xadhoom can go pretty much wherever she wants in the Universe, and spends most of the time just flying around and blowing up Evronians wherever she finds them.
* WasOnceAMan: Xadhoom used to be a Xerbian before an experiment turned her into the embodiment of a sun.
* WhenSheSmiles: Xadhoom is depicted as quite beautiful when she smiles in a genuinely amused way.
* WillfullyWeak: While she's frequently portrayed as invincible, as Zoster demonstrates, she is more than capable of manipulating matter and energy on a near-cosmic scale. However, this is {{Justified}}; [[spoiler:as Zoster also demonstrates, this comes with a dangerous loss of self-control, which they need, in order to remain coherent]].
* WomenAreWiser: Inverted: Xadhoom is prone to anger and will gladly jump in danger without a second thought, so it's ''Paperinik'' who must act as the reasonable one.
* WorldsStrongestWoman: If not of the universe.
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[[folder:Evronian Empire]]

!Evronians
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->''"'''Might and power!'''"''

The main enemies in ''Paperinik New Adventures'' and ''Pikappa''. And the video game. The Evronian Empire is out to conquer other planets and collect energy, particularly the emotional energy from the inhabitants, turning them into their mindless slaves in the process. Now Earth is on the verge of being invaded by these aliens (they vary in being portrayed seriously and jokingly), and Paperinik's there to stop them.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"

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* [[AliensSpeakingEnglish Aliens Speaking Italian]]: According to WordOfGod, they learned it from old Earth's movies.
* AlwaysChaoticEvil: DoubleSubverted; although depicted as rotten through-and-through (except in the humorous, non-canonical side stories), after the destruction of the Imperial Worldship by Xadhoom, some Evronians sue for peace with Earth. After negotiating peace, however, those same Evronians leave a spy to prepare the terrain for the next attack. As this spy was introduced in a story set in the future as the ''last'' Evronian, we can guess it ended badly... Until the 2014 relaunch, where we learn that due to some changes to the timeline, the spy actually succeeded.
* BackFromTheDead: As long as you don't find the body every single Evronian has a chance of being brought back to life.
* PlanetSpaceship: They have quite a few:
** Zotnam's Mothership, appearing in "Xadhoom" and "Phase 2" is the first to appear, and is 500 km long and tall. There may be another just like that.
** The one appearing in the "Xadhoom Trilogy", under the command of Evron Eleventh to the Fifth. And again, [[UpToEleven it's not their largest spaceship]].
** ''Evron itself'', an '''''actual planet''''' transformed in a starship. Never seen, only mentioned (possibly seen in a flashback in "On the Dark Side" as Xadhoom blew it up).
** The 2014 relaunch story "Might and Power" proves they ''love'' this trope, as the resurgent Evronian Empire spent ''two hundred years'' to convert their new homeworld [[spoiler: Earth]] into a starship.
** And the second 2016 story, "Chronicle of a Return", shows ''another'' (close in size to Zotnam's mothership or Evron Eleventh to the Fifth's) and reveals that [[spoiler:they build them ''periodically'': whenever the population on one grows too much they build one and send half their numbers on the new one, complete with a new emperor]].
* CrazyPrepared: The Evronians believe themselves invincible in battle and that nobody would ever be able to board their worldship, but they still build all their small arms with a genetic controller that activates them only in the hands of Evronians (the exception being the rare occasion they have to arm some temporary allies or mercenaries) and installed heavy weapon platforms ''inside'' their worldship. While the small arms characteristic could be justified with the chance of prisoners rebelling and overpowering their guards, those heavy weapons had no apparent reason aside for 'just in case'... And both became useful on-screen.
* DarkerAndEdgier: Oh, so much... When the series started, normal Paperinik stories were light-hearted and tended to comedy or straight adventure, with the most dangerous recurring foe being Spectrus the hypnotist (an incredibly powerful one that could hypnotize from ''movies of himself'', but still a normal human in somewhat bad shape, and could be easily neutralized with ''onion juice''). Then the Evronians showed up...
** And it remains this even when compared to the early stories, when Paperinik was a straight up ''criminal'' who just happened to target {{Asshole Victim}}s. After all, none of those early enemies was ''that'' bad...
* EasilyThwartedAlienInvasion: {{Subverted}}: at first it seems that PK is thwarting them single-handedly, but Xadhoom's debut and level of power implies they have bigger fishes to fry, and with time it's made clear that ''Xadhoom'' and multiple revolts are the indirect cause of this, leaving the Evronians so overstretched, the armed forces of Earth can beat back an attack with Paperinik thwarting their attempts at softening up the defences and establishing a foothold.
** ''Might and Power'' shows how hard they are to defeat once and for all. [[spoiler:Starting from a spy and a few caches of spores that were still hidden on Earth, they have secretly rebuilt an army on the planet that, when completed, will be able to conquer the planet in just a few weeks.]]
* EmotionEater: They also use emotions as fuel.
* TheEmpire: We never learn how big it is, but apparently it has lasted for thousands of years. PKNA #9 shows that Evronians made a brief visit on Earth during the Stone Age.
* EnemyCivilWar: In PKNA #30 ''Phase Two'', Two starts spreading distrust on the ship he has been uploaded to, causing everyone on it to start usurping each other.
** The Evronians in the reboot are fragmented due the aftermath of one, triggered by the death of their emperor and the destruction of the Imperial Palace when the Guardian Drones raided their homeworld and the dead of the following emperor in a palace coup.
* EvilCannotComprehendGood: More actually emotions: due their rather limited emotive spectrum, most Evronians fail to fully understand the power of emotions, leading to a few defeats that could have been avoided had they known of them. Averted by the Emperor: as an Evronian of the highest caste he has a full emotional spectrum and ''can'' comprehend emotions. Thanks to this, he is the only one in the universe to ''best Xadhoom'', and would have made that permanent had he been just a little faster in realizing how great her self-control was and ordering to turn maximum power to the device supposed to make her explode and transform her into a perpetual energy source.
* EvilHasABadSenseOfHumour: In ''PK Universe'' we learn that by Evronian standards shouting "We'll meet again, Earthlings! And it will be your end!" is ''making an incredibly funny joke''. They also appreciate horrible jokes (most of them, at least: Zondag was depressed by it).
* ForegoneConclusion: Thanks to the words of Grrodon from the future in PKNA #5, we know the fate of the Evronian Empire.
** However, [[spoiler:the 2014 relaunch storyline shows that Grrodon, due to some changes over the course of history (starting from his fortuitous meeting with Morgan Fairfax during imprisonment in the [=McCoy=] persona), succeeded in restoring the Evronian might and even became Emperor. By the end of the same storyline the old situation seems restored, but there's still no certainty that the BadFuture has been prevented yet. The war against the Evronians will probably be longer than we first thought.]]
* GadgeteerGenius: Evronians are very good with tech, to the point that two warriors (so not technically trained) stated and shown to be rather dumb have been able to build a vehicle capable of bringing them from Earth ground to the asteroid belt with ''two hammers and a pile of car scraps''. Larger groups of warriors of average intelligence with a warrant officer have been able to repurpose their ships reactor to ''[[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu trap Xadhoom in a way she had no way to escape from]]'', and their actual engineers, starting from raw materials, were able of putting together a small fleet of warships capable of weathering the US nuclear arsenal in ''less than a week''.
* HiveCasteSystem: The nourishment the spores get determines the strength of the individual (or the intelligence, for the scientific branch).
* [[ImplacableMan Implacable Alien Race]]: In ''Pikappa''. [[spoiler:In a thousand years, they will be ''still'' attacking Earth regularly!]]
* InherentInTheSystem: Their status as a threat to other races is a necessity caused by their xenophobia and their tech being powered by emotional energy: without any of these factors, they would be either isolationists feeding off non-sentients or, as shown in the final issue of the reboot, fully integrated in the galactic society and even helpful.
* KnightOfCerebus: Their backstory is considerably darker than you would expect from a Disney comic, especially the Paperinik stories from the time. While Paperinik's villains could be somewhat powerful, they tended to be just out for money (or more bizarre goals, like Inquinator) and the most dangerous situations they got Paperinik into were Creator/AdamWest-style traps. With Evronians, things get serious.
* MonochromaticEyes: All of them, except those who are mutated.
* {{Mooks}}: The Empire's got several kinds.
* NotSoHarmlessVillain:
** Most of the times, the Evronians aren't exactly terrifying. Then you see them fighting enemies that are not PK or Xadhoom, and you find out that your average Evronian Warrior is scaringly competent and well equipped, and their one weakness (scarce initiative) didn't stop them from [[CurbStompBattle curbstomp the US Army in a few skirmishes or overrunning Xerba in a few days after the orbital defences had been deactivated]].
** In PKNA #[=0/3=] a group of Evronian warriors managed to ''[[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu capture Xadhoom and make her completely helpless]]'' by improvising a forcefield that could resist her power. It didn't stick long (they had to dismantle their ship's reactor to build the projector, so they had to power it with energy from the local powerplant and One cut the supply), but they had still defeated a ''physical goddess'' and made it look easy.
** ''Might and Power'' has them at their most menacing: while they are far from being back to their original, universe-spanning power, PK at first has to fight them without the allies and gadgets he was used to have, against a new breed of SuperSoldier they created (and he later discovers that they have [[spoiler:clones of Trauma too, albeit weaker]]), and without any ability to hide or strike silently, since now they have devices to ''track his DNA down''. The balance is soon made more even with the introduction of a new ally and new powerful gear for the hero, but their numbers, training and strenght are such it's still not enough; PK is even forced to [[spoiler:destroy the Ducklair Tower to repel the attack of a large squad on Duckburg]]. It takes [[spoiler:the intervention of the Raider, some good planning and especially the production of ''a gun that can devolve the Evronians'' given to a large multinational force including at least the US Army and the whole NATO]] to finally bring them down... for now.
* OneHitKill: Their evronguns are capable of this, though it's more like "one-hit turn into obedient zombie"[[note]]Grrodon implies they can be also used as this by absorbing life energy, but we never see it happen because the shot is deflected[[/note]]. One [[AllThereInTheManual extra]], hovever, reveals that earthlings are so full of emotional energy one shot may not be enough.
* OnlyOneName: This goes for almost every single Evronian character.
* OurVampiresAreDifferent: They are born from spores, for starters...
* OutsideContextProblem: Previously Paperinik had only dealt with normal criminal and human-level supervillains (the most famous of which, Spectrus, being just a very capable hypnotist). Then the Evronians showed up...
* PlanetLooters: They come, absorb all the emotion of the inhabitants of a planet, transform them into zombies and go on to do the same on another planet.
* PoweredByAForsakenChild: Many of their technologies are powered by emotions.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: The original English name of the Evronians was written "Evrees" in "The Springs of the Moon", but when the series was translated it didn't stick.
* SuperSoldier: Once in a while they deploy some of these, usually with some kind of fail-safe. So far we've seen:
** Project [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Abominion]], [[AllThereInTheManual shown only in the technical files]]. It apparently yielded results, but was terminated when said results ended out of control;
** [[VoluntaryShapeShifting Shape-shifting soldiers]], the first to actually appear thanks to Grrodon. [[TheyLookLikeUsNow Used to infiltrate the enemy, sabotage military forces and rig important government votes]]. They are one of two kinds without a safety, and as result in the reboot they're implied to have assassinated the emperor in a failed coup that plunged the Empire into chaos. On the other hand, a group of these in the reboot easily ''neutralized Earth's armed forces'', and in the 2014 relaunch "Might and Power" [[spoiler:one of them rebuilds the Empire from scratch]];
** [[EnsembleDarkHorse The fan-favorite Trauma]], a general augmented with SuperStrength, NighInvulnerability and the PsychicPowers of causing fear and then feed on it, thus transforming the victim in a Coolflame. Having been a famed and well-appreciated general, the Evronians left him without a safety... And sicked an army (complete with {{Humongous Mecha}}s) as soon as they realized he was about to mutiny, putting him in a psychic-suppressing restraint and keeping him in the Well until the day they found a use for him;
*** [[spoiler:A number of low-ranking warriors with the same augmentation as Trauma appear in ''Might and Power''. This time there's a whole series of safeties: they've been created by normal warriors, so they have less decisional autonomy and intelligence than the original; the physical augmentation is much reduced, and they're barely stronger than the Augmented Units; they're unarmed; they're deployed as glorified slave drivers, using their psychic powers to keep them in check; a large number of normal warriors ''and'' Augmented Units is deployed alongside them, with the order to shoot them at the first sign of mutiny]].
** Klangor the Cyborg, with the ability to absorb enemy attacks, enough firepower to take on the Well's garrison and win, and a ''[[SimpleYetAwesome remote-controlled off switch]]'' his handlers activated as soon as he mutinied. He's still pissed at it;
** Raghor and his beast soldiers, an offshot of Project Abominion created by fusing Evronian DNA with that of the Beasts of Rangar to give them superior strenght, speed and resistance to damage. The Evronians deployed a vast force of normal soldiers to keep them in check during the test ride, soldiers that put a brainwashing device in their helmets as soon as their officer appeared about to mutiny. [[ProperlyParanoid They had to activate it]];
** Created by Gorthan, the same guy who augmented Trauma, we have [[ShoutOut Kravenn the Hunter]]. A modified ShapeShifter, Kravenn has an uncanny ability to track down whatever his target is, and is programmed to die should he fail his mission or rebel;
** The final issue of the original series, titled "[[WhatIf If]]" [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin due containing a number of stories where something went different in the main story]], gives us another experiment of Gorthan, a breed of Evronian-''[[WorstNewsJudgementEver Angus Fangus]]'' hybrids that are combat-ready at birth, capable of feeding on negative emotions without special items and [[SuperStrength strong enough to]] ''[[SuperStrength tear through tank armour bare-handed]]''. This time the in-built weakness is an extremely fast metabolism: if they can't feed they starve and faint in less than a minute, something crippling against regular Evronians who can't feel any emotion. They are defeated when Paperinik, thanks to [[EvilGloating the first one talking too much]] and revealing Angus had been chosen for his ability to find, cause and feel negative emotions, realizes this weakness and invites the human soldiers to think about happy things.
** The 2014 relaunch gives us the 'Augmented Units', basically larger Evronian warriors with SuperStrength and agility. They're always deployed with a larger number of standard warriors who keep their guns trained on their backs, and while most times they haven't given much trouble, they can be very dangerous at times: PK, during the battle [[spoiler:inside Ducklair Tower]], is almost knocked out and barely escapes the attack of a large group of them.
*** CallBack: In "Portrait of the Young Hero", Ducklas Styvesant's (a 23rd century director and producer famous for the realism of his productions) show about Paperinik in the 23rd century featured holographic and robotic Evronians identical to the Augmented Units, always flanked by standard warriors (played by extra actors in disguise), ''exactly'' like the real Augmented Units and their overseers.
** The reboot showed us a warrior for underwater combat. It's formidable... [[BoringYetPractical And can't breathe air]].
* WeComeInPeaceShootToKill: They pull this whenever there's a chance their target can resist.
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!!Evron Eleventh to the Fifth
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->''"My title is not purely '''honorific!'''"''

The Evronian Emperor himself, the head of the Evronian Empire. He's Evron, the Emperor. Of the Evronian Empire.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #36 "Far, Far Away" (first confirmed appearance)

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* AHeadAtEachEnd: Evron has a second head at the end of his tail, which is actually the dominant one.
** BreathWeapon: The non-dominant head.
** EyelessFace: The dominant head.
** ScaryTeeth: The dominant head.
** TheSpeechless: The non-dominant head.
* BadassCape: Evron in PKNA #36 "Far, Far Away" features this.
* BigBad: An Evronian emperor.
** BigBadDuumvirate: With Zotnam.
* BigRedDevil: He is portrayed as this in PKNA #36, very imposing, standing on a throne that looks like a rock, holding a trident-like spear. The artist of the following issue, however, drew him far less menacing.
* GalacticConqueror: As an emperor of a race who is costantly trying to extend its domain.
* LargeAndInCharge: The biggest and most muscled non-mutated Evronian.
* LegacyCharacter: The character who appears in the series isn't the first in the Evron line.
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!!Zotnam
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-> ''"'''Since when''' does Evron respect close pacts with '''weaklings?'''"''

The commander of the invasion force of Earth, and one of the few Evronians of the Imperial subtype. He's rather frustrated by his underlings.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0/3 "Xadhoom!"

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* AHeadAtEachEnd: Like the emperor he has a second dominant head at the end of his tail.
** BreathWeapon: The non-dominant head. [[SurroundedByIdiots Mostly used when his subordinates ask or say something stupid one time too many]].
** EyelessFace: The dominant head.
** ScaryTeeth: The dominant head.
** TheSpeechless: The non-dominant head.
* BadassBoast: Of TheChessmaster variant: "Do you think there's ''anything'' happening on this ship that I don't know of?!". Later in the same issue he proves it when he reveals that [[spoiler:he manipulated Two for ''two years'' as part of a plan to neuter or kill Paperinik, and ''Two believed he was the one manipulating him and Zotnam didn't know of him the whole time'']].
* BigBad: As far as Paperinik is concerned, leading the Evronian force trying to invade Earth. His title actually being "Highest", and, according to the reboot, his name being the Evronian word for ''emperor''!
** BigBadDuumvirate: With Evron Eleventh to the Fifth.
* BigRedDevil: Not to the extent of Evron Eleventh to the Fifth, but still.
* TheChessmaster: He once successfully manipulated [[spoiler:''Two'']], of all people, and [[spoiler:Two]] believed he was the one manipulating Zotnam for two years.
* TheDragon: Believed to be this in the original series, but revealed to be another emperor in the PKNE story "Chronicle of a Return".
* GalacticConqueror: As an emperor of a race who is costantly trying to extend its domain.
* LeanAndMean: While Evron Eleventh to the Fifth is quite muscular, Zotnam is skinny.
* StuffBlowingUp: Finds it rather satisfying, hence why [[spoiler:he let Two take off with his escape vehicle: he preferred blowing him up rather than erasing him]].
* SurroundedByIdiots: His subordinates are rather stupid, and tend to get him really frustrated. He vents on them with his BreathWeapon.
* WhateverHappenedToTheMouse: Zotnam and his force disappear after "Phase Two".
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!!Gorthan
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->''"I hate you because you give [[HumansAreSpecial body and soul to dreams]]."''

The greatest scientist of the Evronian Empire, and the most sophisticated one. He specializes in creating super soldiers and strengthening Evronians, which he's also done to himself. Becomes incresingly interested in the culture of Earth, ending up being cast out by his Evronian brethren for being too different. Gorthan has a more prominent role in ''Pikappa''.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #10 "Trauma"

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* BigBad: In ''Pikappa'', Gorthan is the one in charge of the invasion of Earth.
* EnemyMine: Has at times worked together with Paperinik in some form.
* GeniusBruiser: The best scientist of the Evronian Empire, and he has SuperStrength.
* HumanityIsInfectious: By studying our culture he develops individualism, which is a big "no-no" between his race.
* KlingonsLoveShakespeare: And he really is quite into Shakespeare.
* MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch: In the Ultimate-like remake, he realizes that destroying everything is pointless. Even though he tries to justify it via PragmaticVillainy (read: "Since living beings can recover from coolflaming, why don't we reap them ''periodically'' instead of destroying their worlds?". It's implied it will backfire on him and/or will bring the Empire to its knees via civil war.
* NotSoDifferent: While he admits he and Paperinik are nothing alike, he thinks that of their races.
-->''"Didn't you study your history? The only difference is that we finish our wars much faster!"''
** He's however similar to his experiment, Trauma. Both have a more developed personality than the rest of their species (Gorthan is WickedCultured, while Trauma displays a sense of humor and prefers to play cat and mice), and both end up rejected as a result.
* WeCanRuleTogether: In the rebooted series, Gorthan offers PK to join the Evronian Empire as a general.
* WickedCultured: Becomes this by studying humans culture. It backfires on him.
* WolverineClaws: He has retractable blades in one of his gloves.
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!!Zoster
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An Evronian scientist who appeared three times in the PKNA series, besides alternate continuities and the PK video game.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #1 "Shadows on Venus"

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* AGodAmI: [[spoiler:After getting Xadhoom's power. [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Sadly, he doesn't know how to survive such power]].]]
* BigBad: In "The Secret Origin of the Duck Avenger", a failed Disney attempt to bring Paperinik to the American market.
* BrainsAndBrawn: The brains to Zondag's brawn.
* DeaderThanDead: [[spoiler:Completely disintegrates into nothingness.]]
* EvilGenius: Considered to be second only to Gorthan in terms of intelligence.
* EyepatchOfPower: A bionic eye.
* HumanoidAbomination: [[spoiler:Considerably less humanoid than Xadhoom, after gaining her powers, though, being nearly the size of a nearby star, skirting EldritchAbomination territory.]]
* KneelBeforeZod: He does this to the ''whole universe'' after [[spoiler:gaining Xadhoom's powers]].
-->'''Zoster:''' On your knees, worlds! Kneel now! Or I'll erase you with a single gesture!
* LeanAndMean: One of the skinniest Evronians.
* NotSoHarmlessVillain: In the Ultimate remake, he tries to create an Evronian SuperSoldier... without any success. It's then revealed that he ''did'' produce a valuable specimen, but then [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness He Would Outlive His Usefulness]], and prefers to keep it sealed [[TheStarscream until he can backstab Gorthan]].
* PhysicalGod: [[spoiler:Much more bombastic about it than Xadhoom was... for about five seconds.]]
* PhlebotinumOverload: [[spoiler:He received an incomplete version of the process to obtain Xadhoom's powers. As such, his body couldn't handle it and disintegrated.]]
* PowerOfTheSun: [[spoiler:Like Xadhoom, Zoster drew great power from a sun when following her research.]]
* TookALevelInDumbass: After surviving the events of PKNA #1, he returns in #15 considerably less smart, but since the entire issue is DenserAndWackier than the average of the series, it's inevitable. In his final appearance a whole 31 issues later, however, he's back to being smart and menacing.
* UnfortunateNames: It may be just a coincidence but he's got the same name as a form of herpes.
* YouDontLookLikeYou: Sometimes, in ''Pikappa'', Zoster has a different design.
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!!Zondag
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An Evronian General. Appears twice in Paperinik New Adventures and has a bigger role in Pikappa. Was the villain in the video game.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #1 "Shadows on Venus" (confirmed. May have been the unnamed Evronian officer seen communicating with the Evronian warriors faced in #0)

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* BigBad: Plays this role in the PK videogame.
* BadassArmFold: He tends to be featured in such a pose.
* BlackCloak: His cape is kinda badass.
* BrainsAndBrawn: The brawn to Zoster's brains.
* DarkIsEvil: The general of a empire that wants to enslave the universe and he is pitch black, so yes.
* DidntThinkThisThrough: [[spoiler:In the final issue of the ''Pikappa'' reboot, Zondag [[TimeTravel goes back in time]], altering a certain event to make sure the Guardians of the Galaxy are never formed. However, this causes the Evronian people to become peaceful, which Zondag clearly didn't have in mind.]]
* DragonAscendant: [[spoiler:While Gorthan doesn't die or anything, the BigBad of the reboot does give up his attempts to invade Earth, thus Zondag comes back into the picture in the final issue to finish what Gorthan started.]]
* FinalBoss: Zondag is the final boss of the ''Paperinik'' video game.
* FourStarBadass: More in ''Pikappa''.
* LaserBlade: Uses one in the reboot.
* NotQuiteDead: In ''Pikappa'', [[spoiler:he's seemingly KilledOffForReal in #17 when the entire asteroid where a battle takes place explodes. In the back-up story of #27, however, his spore is recovered and kept in storage by [[TheStarscream his successor]], and finally regenerated by the troops loyal to him in #32]].
* WhatTheHellHero: In the reboot he gets the chance to call out PK on the Guardians' use of [[spoiler:clone soldiers]] who [[spoiler:murdered ''billions'' of Evronian spores (their ''fetuses'']]. To be fair, PK had no idea of it and actually ''agreed with him'' when he found out, and after the latter event the Guardians had [[spoiler:killed all the clones, the ones featured in that issue were just a group that had accidentally got lost before the recall order was given]].
* YouHaveFailedMe: His soldiers pay the price for their incompetence.
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!!Trauma
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->''"'''Fear and power!'''"''

An Evronian General transformed into a super soldier by Ghortan, with tremendous strength and capable of traumatizing his opponents with fear through psychic powers.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #10 "Trauma"

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* BloodKnight: After he trashed an army of robots sent to capture him, he thanks the Senate for giving him so much fun.
* TheBrute: But not of the DumbMuscle variety.
* ComboPlatterPowers:
** PsychicPowers: That allow him to project waves of fear.
*** IKnowWhatYouFear: And he's going to make you experience it.
** SuperToughness: Hit by a missile that makes a tanker truck explode. Comes out without a scratch.
*** ImmuneToBullets: These things just bounce right off him.
** SuperStrength: He can lift cars like paper and cracked the "indestructible" cover of the Pi-Kar.
** VoiceChangeling: He can imitate a girl pretty well, strangely.
* FourStarBadass: Can take on an army of giant robots by himself and almost win.
* PurpleIsPowerful: Much more than the typical Evronian.
* SuperPrototype: [[spoiler:In the 2014 relaunch story "Might and Power" the super soldier project has been replicated and several more Traumas have been created. These copies do not hold a candle to the original, justified by how weaker soldiers were used to produce such a high number and the fact that they were programmed to be completely obedient, unlike their predecessor, thus lowering their intelligence. They seem reliant on their psychic attacks as they can't take too much abuse before going down. Even if Paperinik's new suit gives him a power boost, the original could take a Pikar crashing into him and a rocket to his chest just fine.]]
* SuperSoldier: The most famous example of the series.
* VillainOfTheWeek: He only appeared in #10, "Trauma". Didn't stop him from becoming an EnsembleDarkhorse.
** MonsterOfTheAesop: Donald has a nightmare about something that happened in the past. Trauma comes in to make him relive it, challenging the hero to confront his fears.
* VillainsWantMercy: Paperinik eventually conquers Trauma's power, leading to the villain's mutation regressing, thus begging the hero to not hurt him.
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!!Grrodon
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An Evronian the hero meets in the 23rd century, the last one left on Earth.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #5 "Portrait of the Young Hero"

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* BadassCape: Sports one in the role of [[spoiler:the Emperor of the revived Evronian Empire.]]
* BigBad: Of the 2014 relaunch story "Might and Power".
* DeepCoverAgent: Sent on Earth to pave the way to a new Evronian invasion.
* DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler:Having failed to kill Paperinik and get his revenge, Grrodon gets in a flying car and drives up into the stratosphere in order to be disintegrated by explosive decompression.]]
* FromNobodyToNightmare: In "Portrait of the Young Hero" he's not ''that'' dangerous. In "Might and Power" we see what happens when you leave him around unchecked: [[spoiler: ''the Evronian conquest of Earth'']].
* GalacticConqueror: [[spoiler: In the BadFuture of the 2014 relaunch]].
* MasterOfDisguise: It's unclear if it is for LatexPerfection or a power.
** The 2014 relaunch story "Might and Power" establishes him as a [[VoluntaryShapeShifter shape-shifter]].
* NoNonsenseNemesis: In the relaunch: we learn from Odin that [[spoiler:his first move after building up an army is to track down Paperinik and have him assassinated in his civilian identity, on the off chance he did twart the new invasion]].
* OurFounder: [[spoiler:More like a reviver (of the Evronian empire), and he has a colossal statue dedicated to him.]]
* TheReveal: His true identity in ''PKNA'' #5, having been disguised as an earthling. Also, it turned out at the end of ''PKNA'' #44 that an U.S. Army Lieutenant was truly the much younger version of Grrodon.
* {{Revenge}}: Grrodon's primary motivation in ''PKNA'' #5 is to get revenge on Paperinik for [[spoiler:doing his part in destroying the Evronian Empire.]]
* SuperSoldier: A VoluntaryShapeShifter with full decisional ability (not a given, among Evronians. In fact only the two-headed Evronians and the members of the Council are supposed to have this characteristic, with decisional ability decreasing with the caste).
** He also uses other variants in the relaunch, bringing to life the Augmented Units and [[spoiler: mass-produced Traumas]].
* SueDonym: In the 23rd century, disguised and all, he went by the name Gordon.
* VillainTeamUp: [[spoiler:With Morgan Fairfax and Nebula Faraday.]]
* YouDontLookLikeYou: In every appearance his looks are different. {{Justified}} by him first appearing as his old 23rd century self (thus having an older version of his default appearance) and anyway being a VoluntaryShapeShifter (thus explaining his more regal look in "Might and Power" as simply taking an appearance appropriate to his new role).
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!!Raghor
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An experimental new breed of Evronian, he quickly proves himself... shall we say, 'loyally deficient'?

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #28 "Metamorphosis"

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* ArmCannon: Originally he had one on each arm, but Paperinik wrecked one.
* BenevolentBoss: He cares about his soldiers and congratulates them when they do something right.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Speaks politely, calmly and eloquently to Xadhoom... About committing explicit murder on one of his coolflames.
* GenreBlind: To an extreme degree: he writes off an escapee from a hostage situation as harmless, and even tells Zortag in no uncertain terms that he intends to gloat over his victory, once he's defeated a so far invincible enemy. The escapee was Paperinik, and not killing Zortag immediately ended up with his soldiers brainwashed to desert him, and Zortag holding him at gunpoint as soon as he had apparently killed Xadhoom (Zortag doesn't shoot him only because Xadhoom called dibs).
** Also, he tried to convince Xadhoom (you know, the woman who swore to destroy all the Evronians) to join him.
* HalfHumanHybrid: Raghor is proud of his status as a creation.
* KilledOffForReal: Killed by Xadhoom.
** GoryDiscretionShot: We see Xadhoom forcing him to say ''her'' battlecry, and the next panel shows the explosion that disintegrated him.
* KnightOfCerebus: He has no funny or goofy traits and come really close to killing both Paperinik and Xadhoom.
* NeckLift: Does this to Angus Fangus.
* NightmareFace: He isn't pretty under that helmet.
* NotSoDifferent: Invokes this to Xadhoom.
* SpikesOfVillainy: Got'em on his armor.
* SuperSenses: Smell, to be accurate.
* SuperSoldier: Another attempt of the Evronians.
* SuperStrength: He and his soldiers are way stronger that the regular kind.
* TheSocialDarwinist: He considers himself and his soldiers the ''true'' Evronians and the only ones that should survive.
-->'''Raghor''' (to his overseer, general Zortag): "Now if you excuse me, I must extinguish a whole race! '''Yours!'''
** {{Irony}}: Zortag threw his words back on his face as soon as he had him at gunpoint, and justifies executing him after he (apparently) killed Xadhoom with this.
* VillainOfTheWeek: Only appeared in PKNA #28.
* WeCanRuleTogether: Offers Xadhoom to join him and overthrow Evron.
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!!Sputhon
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A warrant officer working for Zotnam, both as his assistant and target of his venting.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #30 "Phase Two"

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* TheChewToy: Zotnam has the habit of discharging his BreathWeapon on his face every time he says something stupid or uncalled for (pretty much all the time).
* TheCuckoolanderWasRight: He's a moron... But he's the only one apart from Zotnam to spot the thread of Two's machinations (even if he doesn't realize what's happening, differently from Zotnam), and can recognize Two.
* {{Nepotism}}: WordOfGod explained why he's Zotnam's assistant: he's the second cousin of a schoolmate of the Emperor's spore-in-law (on a lateral line), and the Emperor found him a job in Zotnam's staff.
* OneShotCharacter: Only appared in "Phase Two": some fans joked it was because Zotnam killed him in frustation.
* PunnyName: His name is very close to "sputo" ("spittle" in Italian), which may be fitting for the consideration he receives from his superior.
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!!Bonton

The sergeant leading a group of officerless Evronians.

'''First appearance:''' PKNE story "Chronicle of a Return"

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* ActionSurvivor: He and his force had an encounter with the [[PhysicalGod Rettificators]] and ''lived''.
* GalacticConqueror: {{Subverted}}: styles himself as the "Supreme F-F", but his main goal is to find an Evronian general or emperor to which hand his force.
* MeaningfulName: In Evronian "Bonton" means "He who knows what to do", and when everyone above him was dead he did exactly what was needed, [[LampshadeHanging as he and the scientists around point out]].
* MrExposition: Explains to Paperinik and the reader about why exactly his force is in the solar system and deprived of anyone of higher rank.
* OnlySaneMan: The only one who has a vague idea of what he's doing on his planetoid.
* PlanetSpaceship: Commands one.
* SergeantRock: The Evronian equivalent.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: How his group escaped the encounter with the Rettificators: while the Rettificators were busy wiping out the escort battlefleet and an En'tomek fleet he ordered a retreat.
* YouAreInCommandNow: He's leading his force because everyone above him is dead-including at least two generals and an ''Emperor''. {{Lampshaded}} by his self-styled titled "Supremo F-F": it's short for "Supremo Facente Funzioni", or, in English, "''Acting'' Supreme".
** UnfitForGreatness: He's well out of his competence zone, [[GenreSavvy and he knows it]]. Leading to him [[spoiler:handing over command of his troops to Paperinik when he presents himself as the representative of an Evronian emperor]].
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!!Manootensyon

A spore technician, and the highest-ranking scientist in Bonton's force-Too bad he's a low caste one.

'''First appearance:''' PKNE story "Chronicle of a Return"

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* ActionSurvivor: Was already around when they encountered the [[PhysicalGod Rettificators]].
* GenreSavvy: He knows he's completely out of his league, and tried to grow someone competent enough to do the job. Sadly, he's not good enough.
* MrExposition: Helps Bonton explaining the situation.
* ThePeterPrinciple: He can easily grow hundreds of low-caste Evronians, but just doesn't understand the technique to grow emperors, high-caste Evronians, or even middle-caste ones.
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!!Porphioolon

Manootensyon's assistant. Should have been a high-caste scientist, but Manootensyon wasn't competent enough to grow one right.

'''First appearance:''' PKNE story "Chronicle of a Return"

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* TheDitz: Manootensyon describes him as "stupider than myself".
** TheCloudCockoolanderWasRight: He's the only one suspecting that Pk isn't what he says he is.
* UnfitForGreatness: He was supposed to be a high-caste scientist, capable of taking a bunch of spores and growing them into officers, generals, other high-caste scientists and an emperor, but he's too stupid for it.
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!Coolflames
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->''"..."''

The mindless minions of the Evronians, having been transformed after having their emotions sucked out.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"

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* ColdFlames: Having this on their heads indicates having been coolflamed.
* EmptyShell: They can no longer feel emotions or have independent thoughts.
* FateWorseThanDeath: At least according to Xadhoom.
* HumanShield: Are sometimes used like this.
* OurZombiesAreDifferent: They're not dead.
* SlaveLiberation: [[spoiler:The coolflames present on the Imperial Worldship are returned to normal in PKNA #37 and fight back against the Evronians.]]
* SlaveMooks: More extreme than other examples.
* TheSpeechless: The process of coolflamization leave the victims incapable of speak.
* TragicVillain: They are people whose planets were invaded and conquered, had their intelligence and emotions drained out of them, and are now forced to work for the race who invaded and conquered their homes.
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[[folder: The Organization]]

!The Organization
->''"We are the true masters of this world. We are the '''Organization!'''"''

The most powerful criminal organization of the 23rd century, consisting of unauthorized chrononauts traveling in time to steal items of historical value.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #14 "Carpe Diem"

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* EvilVersusOblivion: In their introduction, the Organization do what they can to stop an expanding bubble of nothing from annihilating absolutely everything in all of time.
* TheGroup: The Organization itself is nameless; its member do not consider it to have a name, and "The Organization" is just how they refer to it. As the tall member of the triumvirate says:
-->'''Tall triumvirate member:''' Names are needed to distinguish things, Paperinik. We have no need of them. We are ''unique''!
* MakeWrongWhatOnceWentRight: Implied to be the ones who sent the Raider to try this in "The Winds of Time". [[spoiler: They later succeed in "Nothing Personal" thanks to the Gryphon, but [[StatusQuoIsGod that alternate future disappears at the end of the issue]]]].
** SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong: How they solved the problem with the bubble of nothingness: sending the Raider and Paperinik to prevent it from forming.
* NoNameGiven: The three leaders of the Organization are never identified with specific names.
* TheReveal: At the end of crossover with ''ComicBook/DoubleDuck'' it is revealed that [[spoiler: Axel (an evil genius and villain from that series) and T32 (a Rogue Time Cop) have created the organization]].
* TheSyndicate: A well structured organization bent down on changing history and becoming richer.
* TimeTravel: Even better than that of the TimePolice, as they can travel into the future.
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!!The Raider
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-> ''"I don't have [[HurricaneOfPuns time]] for this."''

"Raider" is a title used by the greatest time pirate of the Organization, and he is the current one in Paperinik New Adventures. A time traveling thief who steals valuables from the past, and sometimes attempts to change history. Over the course of time he becomes more of an ally to Paperinik.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #0/2 "The Winds of Time"
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* AmbiguouslyBrown: In the same way the two Flaggstar siblings are.
* BadassCape: And he sews it himself! Also, [[AllThereInTheManual according to the inserts]], it's a [[TimeMachine chronosail]].
* BigEater: Should be apparent when he's able to eat at least 20 pizzas in a row and ''asks for more''.
* BookDumb: He apparently didn't know that the Time Police employs droids to survey the space-time continuum, even if it's a public domain fact.
* CombatPragmatist: His reaction at being caught red-handed by PK? Use time travel to attack him from behind. His reaction at PK kicking his ass in their second encounter? [[SaveScumming Go back in time and have Angus and the police catch PK breaking and entering, and wait until PK has escaped to commit his heist.]]
* CrazyPrepared: Most time travelers have only one [[TimeMachine chronosail]]. He has ''three'': two standard bracelets and the cape. [[FridgeBrilliance Likely explaining how he escaped after being arrested the first time: the Time Police removed the bracelets but left him the cape...]]
* {{Cyborg}}: WordOfGod states he is 30% mechanic.
* DeflectorShields: With his tech, he can generate protective fields.
* {{Doppelganger}}: The Raider of the ''PK Universe'' continuity has one, coming from another AlternateUniverse where he stole a functioning Othership. He can be distinguished because his left eye is bionic and not the right one.
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: in his first appearance, he displays no knowledge of PK. Odd, when later on, we learn PK's FamedInStory.
* EvilOverlord: Inverted. [[spoiler:At some point in life, the Raider traveled to another dimension and ended up taking over the lands. However, he established peace and became a fair and just ruler.]]
* EyepatchOfPower: Has a futuristic cybernetic eye.
* FieryRedhead: Would usually qualify for EvilRedhead but he is too much of an AntiVillain for that.
* FriendlyEnemy: He rarely ever gets into direct conflict with Donald. In fact, he's more like a criminal that Donald has to ally himself with from time to time than an outright enemy.
* HandBlast: Generated from the bracelets on his wrists.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Sacrifices himself to save everyone on Time Ø, and he had been on his way to die for some time -- though this event gets undone via TimeTravel.]]
* HurricaneOfPuns: Time-related puns.
* InformedFlaw: Lyla and his bio declare him not too smart, yet he's very competent in what he does. Either it's due him being more BookDumb than he appears (explaining his EarlyInstallmentWeirdness), or he pulled off some stupid thing that he'll never live down.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: The main reason he's nearly impossible to arrest: whenever you have half a chance to arrest him, he'll fight only long enough to run. On the other hand, those rare times there are too many people to fight and you block his escape he'll surrender, only asking how did you do it out of genuine curiosity.
* LegacyCharacter: While he is the first Raider who appears in the comic, issue #33 reveals the existence of Kronin, his predecessor as the Raider.
* LivingOnBorrowedTime: Has a thingamajig connected to his armor which he needs in order to survive.
* MakeWrongWhatOnceWentRight: In his first appearance he's trying to change the future for what is implied to be the Organization. As he's not stupid enough to change some event in particular and risk the future to change the wrong way, he's assembling a device that alters the timeline the desired way.
** SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong: In "Carpe Diem" and "Nothing Personal": in the first he and Pk [[EvilVersusOblivion are sent by the Organization to prevent the formation of a bubble of nothingness that will erase everything in all of time]], and in the second he [[spoiler: prevents ''his own death'' and the creation of the BadFuture of that issue, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking hires Pk a lawyer to save him from some trouble with the Time Police happened in the previous issue]].]]
* MasterOfDisguise: The Raider can use his tech to change his appearance.
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: And he has no problems stating it.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: "Raider" is just the title given to the best agent of the Organization.
* PapaWolf: He might have some disagreement with his son Trip, but in the Raider's list of important things the safety of the boy comes before EVERYTHING.
* PunchClockVillain: The Raider is consistently portrayed as a sympathetic, [[NobleDemon honourable]] AntiVillain, who works for [[TheSyndicate The Organization]] only because he has a son to feed. Near the end of the series, when [[spoiler:TimeTravel stops working, he betrays The Organization in exchange for a hefty sum of money because, in his own words, "With Time Travel gone, it's time to think about retirement."]]
* PurpleIsPowerful: His purple cape is pretty bad-ass.
* RealMenWearPink: Literally; he wears a pink outfit and a purple cape.
* ResetButton: As a time traveler, he often uses his devices to rewind the time and change events. He could theorically change history, but, being wary of the Butterfly Effect, he limits himself to SaveScumming, with two exceptions: [[EvilVersusOblivion when the Organization sent him to prevent an event that would have started the destruction of time itself]], and when he accidentally [[spoiler: resetted ''his own death''!]]
* SaveScumming: He's hellishly difficult to defeat for two reasons: he's a badass in his own right, and if you actually have a good chance to defeat him he'll travel back in time and prevent you from showing up at your fight.
* ScarilyCompetentTracker: He once tracked down Trip into an ''alternate past''. Doesn't get much more competent...
* TimeMachine: Of course a timecriminal has one.
** {{Teleportation}}: He can use his chronosail this way.
*** WeaponizedTeleportation: In the relaunch: on Pk's suggestion, he [[spoiler: [[TeleFrag transported a gigantic planet-moving engine inside an Evronian space station, destroying both]]]].
* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have to Be Eidolon?]]: He's ''terrified'' by Odin.
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!!Kronin
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The former Raider in ''Paperinik New Adventures'', and the one and only in ''Pikappa''.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #33 "The Day that Will Come"

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* ArtificialLimb: His right arm.
* BadassCape: That he stole from the Raider.
* CompositeCharacter: In ''Pikappa'', Kronin and Raider were combined to create a new character called Kronin.
* DarkIsEvil: A more evil version of the Raider.
* EnemyMine: He and Paperinik worked together once in ''Pikappa''.
* EvilCounterpart: To the current Raider in PKNA.
* GenreSavvy: He doesn't try and change history by altering a single event because he's wary of the ButterflyOfDoom, as he gloats to [[spoiler: Zondag and his troops, who have just learned their own stint doing this caused the demilitarization of Evron,]] in the final issue of the reboot.
* OnlyOneName: Like all the criminals we see in PKNA #33.
* PunnyName: "Crono", as in "time-related", and "Ronin".
* PurpleIsPowerful: Wears that Raider cape.
* RealMenWearPink: Dons the Raider's costume with the good old colors in Pikappa.
* TimeMachine: As an agent of The Organization he has one.
* VillainOfTheWeek: In Paperinik New Adventures, he only truly appeared in the story of #33. His second appearance in the first series was only in a WhatIf version of said issue.
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!!Newton
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A droid who works for the Organization.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #14 "Carpe Diem"

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* ArmCannon: And he loves to use it.
* BadassInANiceSuit: Disregarding the tie.
* BigOlEyebrows: To emphasize the parody.
* EnemyMine: Actually worked together with Paperinik in his first appearance. Not that the hero had much of a choice...
* EvilRedhead: As a droid working for a criminal association.
* MyFavoriteShirt: His "hideous" tie. Says that Paperinik's gonna pay when it gets ruined.
* OnlyOneName: Then again, he is a droid.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: As a standard for XXIII century droids.
* ShoutOut: To the T-800 from the Terminator film.
* SinisterShades: He keeps on breaking them, but he always has more.
* TimeMachine: Again, nothing special given his job.
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!!The Gryphon
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The evil future version of Trip, the Raider's son. Following [[spoiler:the death of the Raider, the Organization adopts Trip and convinces him that Paperinik is responsible for his father's death. Becomes the greatest time pirate the Organization has ever had.]]

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #34 "Nothing Personal"

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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Like father, like son.
* {{Cyborg}}: Indicated by how he speaks with the same robotic speech bubble pattern as his cybernetic father.
* EvilFeelsGood: Paperinik confronts him with this, [[spoiler: asking why he never used his time powers to save his father, then concluding that the Gryphon likes the life of a criminal and wouldn't give it up for anything in the world]].
%%* EvilRedhead
* FailureToSaveMurder: [[spoiler:An interesting variation, as the Gryphon could just use his time powers to save the Raider whenever he wanted to. IF he truly wanted to. His younger self isn't happy about hearing this, screaming out how he hates him for this.]]
* HandBlast: From the same technology as his dad.
* MakeWrongWhatOnceWentRight: He succeeded (for a while). See the MeaninglessVillainVictory for more.
* MasterOfDisguise: Can change appearance with his tech.
* MeaninglessVillainVictory: The Gryphon had actually already won before you start reading the first page of PKNA #34, having managed to utterly destroy Donald's life. The rest of the issue is about him trying to maintain that victory by assuring that his younger self will grow up to be him. However, [[spoiler:everything was rendered moot when Odin Eidolon's actions caused the Raider to stay alive, thus Trip would never become the Gryphon and the whole timeline was changed]].
* MotiveDecay: [[spoiler: Convinced that PK caused the death of his father, he was raised and trained by the Organization for revenge. However, when he got the ability to travel through time, he had grown so content with his criminal lifestyle that he'd rather maintain it - even if it meant to not save his father. His younger and still innocent self is disgusted.]]
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: "Gryphon" has been rendered his only name at this point.
* TimeMachine: Obviously.
* UsedToBeASweetKid: Ok, Trip isn't exactly sweet, but you wouldn't expect him to become such a sadist as an adult.
* VillainOfTheWeek: But damn was he dangerous.
* WalkingSpoiler: Due to the reason this villainous persona came into existence.
* YouKilledMyFather: [[spoiler:Blames Paperinik for the death of the Raider.]]
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[[/folder]]

[[folder:
[[Characters/PaperinikNewAdventuresOtherVillains Other Villains]]

!!Two
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->''"[[SanitySlippage Two years,]] '''[[SanitySlippage TWO!]]''' [[SanitySlippage It's a sign of destiny, it can't be a coincidence!]]"''

One's "twin", the backup created for the former artificial intelligence. Due to being trapped deep inside Ducklair Tower for years, he's grown a desire to conquer virtual reality... and reality.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #2 "Two"

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* AIIsACrapshoot: Programmed to take One's place should he ever malfuction, he instead goes crazy and tries to TakeOverTheWorld.
* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler:His words as he's "dying" are pretty touching. Even when he afterwards acts a bit silly you can still feel sorry for him because of how he's basically devolved into an infant.]]
* ArchEnemy: To One. He barely acknowledges Paperinik as an opponent.
* ArtificialIntelligence: Just as smart as One, but not as stable.
* BaldOfEvil: But he could change this, since it's just an hologram.
* BodyBackupDrive: Whenever it would appear Two had met his end, it would turn out that he had himself transferred somewhere else.
* EvilRedhead: Literally.
* EvilTwin: To One.
* GodGuise: After gaining control of a drone of the Timepolice he unintentionally trasport himself in the Old West, where he is workshipped by a group of Native Americans.
* HolographicDisguise: Being a hologram capable of looking like anything he chooses, he's effectively utilized this to trick others, specifically in ''PKNA'' #2 and #30.
* MadEye: More like his other eye doesn't have an iris/pupil.
* ManipulativeBastard: PKNA #30 really shows this, with him being able to manipulate a whole Evronian army.
* NoPlansNoPrototypeNoBackup: Everett Ducklair created him specifically to [[AvertedTrope avert]] this. Unfortunately, he didn't realize TropesAreNotBad.
* {{Outgambitted}}: [[spoiler:In the meantime, Zotnam keeping an eye on him and letting him do his tricks to see if he could disarm Paperinik, keeping a program capable of erasing him around and a gun trained on his escape vehicle in case Two failed to deliver.]]
* ProjectedMan: Just like his twin, he appears as a head in a sphere through holograms.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Justified in that he's an AI, allowing him to change his user-interface.
* TakeOverTheWorld: His goal after getting rid of One.
* TimeMachine: Obtains a droid body in ''PKNA'' #48 with one built in.
* TheUnfavorite: How he feels in regard of One.
* WalkingArmory: With the droid body he acquires in ''PKNA'' #48, Two has an immense arsenal of weapons.
* YouAreNumberSix: Which probably didn't help with the above trope.
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!!Geena
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->''"I am not an '''obedient machine!'''"''

A 5Y droid who in her first appearance served as Paperinik's "housemaid" when he first visited the 23rd century. The way the hero considered droids equal to humans encouraged her to rebel against humanity.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #5 "Portrait of the Young Hero"
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* BareYourMidriff: In her first appearance.
* IDieFree: [[spoiler:Dies with the words of not being an obedient machine.]]
* OnlyOneName: Standard, for a droid not in the TimePolice.
* PinkMeansFeminine: Every outfit we've seen her wear has been pink, including her battle armor.
* RebelLeader: Rebelled against the slave sistem the droids live in.
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler:Geena sacrifices her life to save Paperinik's.]]
* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: As normal for the XXIII century.
* RobotGirl: And she looks exactly like Lyla.
* SuperPoweredRobotMeterMaids: 5Y androids like Lyla are designed to be time agents, but Geena is the same model despite being a house servant.
* TimeMachine: We don't know if she was built with one or gain control of one later.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: She only wants androids to be treated as equals. [[spoiler:Then she finds out that if she succeeds, robots will be as oppressive towards humans as humans are towards robots.]]
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!!Fenimore Cook
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An evil businessman in New Zealand. Angus Fangus is a thorn on his side.

'''First Appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #7 "Invasion!"

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* BeardOfEvil
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: If it means profit, he is ready to put toxic waste in a natural reserve.
* KarmaHoudini: His plans get fooled three times, but he always gets away scot-free. Lampshaded, too.
* LargeAndInCharge: He is almost as phisically intimidating as [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse the Kingpin]].
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!!Korinna Ducklair / Profunda
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Daughter of Everett and sister to Juniper.

'''First appearance:''' [=PK2=] #2 "Just a Little Fear"
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* AbusiveParents: Her opinion of Everett after he accidentally wounds her in a psychic fight between them.
* AntagonisticOffspring: She wants revenge on her father for [[spoiler:kidnapping her sister and herself from their mother.]]
* BigBadDuumvirate: With Juniper.
* BigOlEyebrows: One of many physical features she shares with her father, though this varies depending on the artist.
* CreepyChild: Both she and Juniper were this to a degree.
* DarkActionGirl: She is very hands on in regards to her modum operandi and is pretty impulsive, as opposed to [[spoiler:[[TheChessmaster Juniper.]]]]
* DontYouDarePityMe: Inverted. Korinna actually uses her past and plays the tragedy up as she attempts to ally with PK.
* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette: Well, it's more because she has feathers.
* FeminineWomenCanCook: Inverted. Korinna is the tomboy sister, but has shown clear skills in a kitchen.
* GadgeteerGenius: Mere days after waking up, she has already figured out all of Everett's guard bots weaknesses. Also shown when she saves PK from drowning by activating and controlling his shield. Quite different from Juniper, who has serious problems handling gadgets.
* GamerChick: Korinna and Juniper were both shown to play them as toddlers.
* HumanAlien: [[spoiler:Duck alien, technically.]]
* IKnowWhatYouFear: People who have been brainwashed by Korinna show completely illogical fears.
* InTheHood: Wears a raincoat with a hood when masquerading as the mysterious Profunda. Did hide her face pretty well.
* JerkassWithAHeartOfGold: She's more than slightly deranged, but has several heartfelt moments that are not planned, as well as some PetTheDog moments.
* LineOfSightName: When she first appears, Korinna starts going by the name of Profunda, after seeing it written on a pipe.
* MsFanservice: Far more so than Lyla. Her wardrobe mostly consists of skintight jumpsuits, and she spends quite a bit of her time only half clothed, and the few times she wears a full set of clothes, the artist go out of their way to show she's wearing a thong.
* OlympicSwimmer: Korinna swims at an incredible pace and seems to be able to hold her breath for incredible amounts of time.
* PsychopathicManchild: Due to their isolation from all other people, the two sisters are essentially children in adult bodies.
* PolarOppositeTwins: She and Juniper are more or less this.
* PsychicPower: [[spoiler:Like everybody on her planet, she has psychic powers. Stronger than her father, but implied to be weaker than her sister.]]
* PyroManiac: In [=PK2=] #17 she steals a machine able to create giant fires.
* RedOniBlueOni: The impulsive, emotional Red Oni to Juniper's much colder and more calculating Blue Oni.
* TheReveal: Having been only known as Profunda till [=PK2=] #3, her true identity is revealed towards the end of said issue.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: Against her father.
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!!Juniper Ducklair
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Daughter of Everett and sister to Korinna.

'''First appearance:''' [=PK2=] #3 "The Voice of Darkness"
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* AntagonisticOffspring: Just like her sister.
* BareYourMidriff: Several occasions.
* BitchInSheepsClothing: She does a good job in faking to be a nice and clumsy girl.
* BigBadDuumvirate: [[spoiler:With Korinna.]]
* BuyThemOff: Her opinion on the things Everett gives her as a way to try and reach out to her.
* CreepyChild: Both she and Korinna were this to a degree.
* TheChessmaster: Unlike Korinna, she plans out her actions and manipulates the right people.
* GamerChick: Korinna and Juniper were both shown to play them as toddlers.
* HumanAlien: Duck alien, technically.
* JerkAss: Unlike Korinna, Juniper is far less kind deep down. She plays herself of as kind, but she really isn't.
* MsFanservice: Much less so than her sister and Lyla, but she has her moments.
* ObfuscatingStupidity: It's easy to underestimate her.
* PsychopathicManchild: Due to their isolation from all other people, the two sisters are essentially children in adult bodies.
* PolarOppositeTwins: She and Korinna are more or less this.
* PsychicPower: [[spoiler:Like everybody on her planet. Implied to be the strongest of the Ducklairs.]]
* RedOniBlueOni: Juniper is the colder and more calculating Blue Oni. She plays herself of as a warm, inviting girl, though.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: Much more subdued than her sister.
* TranquilFury: Even at the worst moment she isn't going to angrily shout or something like that.
* YouDontLookLikeYou: The Juniper who appears in ''Pikappa'' has a quite different design, and even her personality doesn't seem to be the same.
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!!Morgan Fairfax
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->''"If somebody is threatening my projects, I am forced to defend myself. Because I will allow no one to stop me. No one."''

The head of the Department of Environment, who plans to make the west coast sink into the ocean so that new earth will be raised to the surface. Would side with the Republic of Belgravia after his first failure.

'''First appearance:''' Paperink New Adventures #4 "Earthquake"

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* BitchInSheepsClothing: Comes off as a really nice guy in his first appearance.
* BigEater: Becomes one after the events of PKNA #21 "Tyrannic".
** The 2014 relaunch shows him in shape again but since he had turned to eating so much during his time serving Belgravia, once in prison they probably didn't serve him as much food. Paperinik even comments on this when they meet again.
* {{Determinator}}: Never gives up on his plan. [[spoiler:To the point of becoming a traitor of Earth in the 2014 relaunch.]]
* GoingDownWithTheShip: The ship being a submarine in this case.
* HowTheMightyHaveFallen: For every issue he appears in, Fairfax becomes more and more pathetic.
** And yet, in the 2014 relaunch, [[spoiler:he becomes instrumental in the resurgence of the Evronians and their conquest of Earth; his influence there is even posthumous, since the gigantic engines that have turned the future Earth into a PlanetSpaceship are based on a project by him. It goes to show how far he really has fallen when this man who once set out to save the planet has now assisted in condemning it.]]
* LesCollaborateurs: Has turned into this in the 2014 relaunch.
* MotiveDecay: In the 2014 relaunch as well. [[spoiler:His original plans would have caused millions of deaths but were still conceived as ultimately helpful to Earth in the long run. After one failure too many he has grown so hateful against humanity, whom he perceives as ungrateful towards his genius, that he's become a key player in the Evronian resugence.]]
* SmartPeopleWearGlasses
* UngratefulBastard: Paperinik has saved his life multiple times, but he will gladly let him burn in lava.
* VillainTeamUp: [[spoiler:With Grrodon and Nebula Faraday.]]
* WellIntentionedExtremist: While his plan will kill millions, it will save billions.
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!!Nebula Faraday
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Alien fanatic who discovered Evronian spores in New Zealand and made a cult out of a Maori tribe.

'''First appearance:''' Paperink New Adventures #7 "Invasion!"

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* BadassCape: Her new outfit in the 2014 relaunch includes this, displaying her high position of power.
* BadBoss: For being someone who loves aliens, [[spoiler:she orders the Evronian generals around very rudely.]]
* BeliefMakesYouStupid: Enough to be tricked by another villain into entering an airship set to blow up.
* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette
* LesCollaborateurs: [[spoiler:The alien fanatic would eventually end up one of the key players in the resurrection of the Evronian Empire, and would hold authority even over generals.]]
* MeaningfulName: What a fitting first name for someone who came to worship visitors from outer space.
* PurpleIsPowerful: Especially with her new outfit in the 2014 relaunch.
* StellarName: A nebula being something found up there in space.
* VillainTeamUp: [[spoiler:With Grrodon and Morgan Fairfax.]]
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!!Oberon De Spair
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->''"Peace! Order! International balance... '''All of that I work against!''' In the name of disorder I '''plot! Corrode! Devastate...''' Because it is '''in''' disorder and '''on''' disorder that Belgravia prospers! '''And I with it!'''"''

A loyal servant of [[{{Ruritania}} Belgravia]], a country of international terror. Oberon refers to himself as an agent of chaos, wanting to destroy the order of the world.

'''First appearance:''' Paperink New Adventures #21 "Tyrannic"

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* BloodKnight: Implied to be this, craving wars to bring "chaos and destruction". He even saves PK's life after he thwarted his plans because, in his words, [[WorthyOpponent such enemies are rare to come about]].
* GoingDownWithTheShip: The ship being a submarine in this case.
* KillAndReplace: [[spoiler:After having taken on the role of Belgravia's president, Nestor Grimka, he was planning to dispose of the original, though the day was saved in the end.]]
* PresidentEvil: [[spoiler:Impersonates Belgravia's president in order to gain access to nuclear warheads and perform chaos even the real one wouldn't allow.]]
* PunnyName: Do we really have to explain it?
* OpaqueLenses
* OrderVersusChaos: What Oberon is all about.
* TheReveal: [[spoiler:When it turns out in PKNA #45 that Oberon is impersonating Nestor Grimka.]]
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!!Vulnus Vendor
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A scientist who only appears in ''Pikappa''.

'''First appearance:''' ''Pikappa'' #4 "Alert!"

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* AlliterativeName: Probably as a ShoutOut to Lex Luthor.
* ArchEnemy: Was this to Destroyer Duck.
* CutLexLuthorACheck: He's a great genius who could make incredible inventions, if he wasn't also criminally insane. [[spoiler:In the final issue of ''Pikappa'', after the entirety of history is rewritten, he's good and his inventions have made him an incredibly rich and respected man.]]
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: [[spoiler:Just when the reset of the timeline had made him into a good guy, he's killed unceremoniously. His weapon, however, is decisive in the defeat of Zondag.]]
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: In the final issue of ''Pikappa''. [[spoiler:He falls victim of his own gas and turns into a giant blob.]]
* MadScientist: Really smart and really crazy.
* MeaninglessVillainVictory: He managed to [[spoiler:kill Lyonard D'Aq, but he was shortly after forced to revive him]].
* OlderHeroVsYoungerVillain: Inverted. He is way older than Donald, since he was already active in the '50s.
* OmnidisciplinaryScientist: He is very skilled in various fields. WordOfGod is that he ''shouldn't'' have, but the writers made him into one to avoid having too many {{Mad Scientist}}s.
* RoguesGalleryTransplant: Once the ArchEnemy of Destroyer Duck, now a Pikappa villain.
* ShippedInShackles: When on his way to a prison in ''Pikappa'' #15.
* SlasherSmile: Almost always plastered on his face.
* WildHair: In contrast to Destroyer Duck's stiled hair.
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!!Charlie Delta & Francisco de Gamma
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Two ex-members of the PBI, kicked out for being over-fanatical about the impossible, now out to make profit.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #17 "Shooting Star"
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* InvestigatorImpersonation: Pose as PBI agents in their first appearance.
* TheMenInBlack: Subverted. They do look the part, though they only pretend to be part of the PBI.
* SinisterShades
* ThemeNaming: Not only are they Charlie and Gamma, but also Charlie's siblings are named Alpha and Bravo. When Gamma [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] it, Charlie explained that their parents are in the military intelligence, and picked their names from the [[MilitaryAlphabet NATO phonetic alphabet]], in alphabetical order. He then added that if they had younger siblings they would be Delta Delta, Echo Delta and Foxtrot Delta.
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!!Tyrell Duckard
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A former high ranking TimePolice droid, one of his tasks included training newcomers at Time Ø. It's there that he met Lyla Lay and got into a romantic relationship with her. Being stuck inside a prison in the 21st century (where he was for a mission) after time travel stopped functioning would eventually drive him mad. In ''Pikappa'', his origin as well as Lyla's is more wrapped in mystery, but it would appear he was a defective creation.

'''First appearance:''' ''[=PK2=]'' #5 "End of History"
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* BadassLongcoat: Fancies a longcoat in ''[=PK2=]''.
* ChestBlaster: In ''Pikappa'' he can fire rockets from his, well, stomach, but still.
* EyeBeams: As demonstrated in ''[=PK2=]'', he can project lasers from his eyes capable of melting metal.
* GunsAkimbo: A gun in each hand? No problem!
* HellBentForLeather: In ''Pikappa'' he goes more for a leather jacket.
* GoMadFromTheIsolation: Years of being stuck in prison in ''[=PK2=]'' made him insane. The ''Pikappa'' version was apparently unhinged from the beginning.
* KillAllHumans: In ''[=PK2=]'', his plan is to get himself and Lyla back to Time Ø. The way he goes about it requires the extinction of all life in the timeline they find themselves in.
* KnifeNut: Likes to carry a knife in the reboot for combat reasons. He even throws it.
* PsychoForHire: In the reboot, this mad robot will take on jobs, but only if his target looks to be a challenge.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: Enough to be rendered mad.
* ShoutOut: His whole name being a ''Film/BladeRunner'' reference, from the Tyrell corporations and its founder, to the protagonist Rick Deckard, although in combat he's much more like [[Film/TheMatrix Neo]].
* SinisterShades: He sure wears them.
* SlasherSmile: Much so in the reboot.
* TeacherStudentRomance: Was the teacher to Lyla Lay's student back in Time Ø when he was an instructor for time cops in training.
* TimeMachine: Though the one he's equipped with in ''[=PK2=]'' isn't currently gonna do him much good.
* TimePolice: At least a former officer in ''[=PK2=]''.
* VillainOfTheWeek: He only made one appearance in the original continuity, as the villain. The same could be said for the reboot, though he did make a small return as a cameo in the very last issue.
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!!Angus Fangus
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A journalist working for Channel 00, always trying to make a specific target look like a villain to the public. Naturally, it's Paperinik himself in PKNA, and Everett Ducklair in ''[=PK2=]''. He's more of a jerk than a villain though: there's been plenty of times where he's worked with Paperinik and even played the hero.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #0 "Evronians"

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* AmazonChaser: There are two things he liked about [[spoiler:Xadhoom]]: her green eyes and the force she punched him with.
* BigEater: Flanderized in ''Pikappa''.
* BigOlEyebrows
* BigWhat: His reaction to Lyla's job change in ''[=PK2=]'' #5.
* ButtMonkey
* CynicalMentor: At times he tries to be this to Lyla. She is not impressed.
* CombatPragmatist: Angus got in combat just once, and held his own against a much bigger opponent by stomping on his foot and [[EyeScream going for the eyes]].
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: He seems to be just an overweight journalist... Who became famous for exposing a traffic of ''nuclear weapons'', has blackmailed a CorruptCorporateExecutive into stopping polluting his clan's home, and only regrets not being able to finish the job with the Executive.
** He can also hold his own in a fight against a much bigger opponent by stomping on his foot and [[EyeScream going for the eyes]]. He learned it in school rumbles...
* EnfanteTerrible: Used to be one. His mother will never let him live down [[NoodleIncident that time he played with dynamite]].
* {{Expy}}: Angus is a very deliberate riff on Jonah J. Jameson from ''Franchise/SpiderMan'', although the former is a newscaster and the latter is the editor of a newspaper.
* GoingForTheBigScoop: Will do anything to get one.
* TheGrinch: "Aaaah... I hate Christmas!", while sporting a large grin and [[KickTheDog stealing a kid's Lollipop.]]
* IntrepidReporter: Angus may be a jerk and hate PK for no apparent reason, but remains a ''Pulitzer''-worthy reporter (he would have already won one if a fellow journalist didn't literally steal his award-winning report) who has blackmailed into submission the CorruptCorporateExecutive who ''owns'' New Zealand (and only regrets not having succeeded in getting him arrested. Not that it will stop him from accusing him of his crime on live television) and became famous for foiling a trade of ''thermonuclear weapons''. Plus, Paperinik is well known in Duckburg for humiliating and beating the crap out of everyone who pisses him off and making a fool of the whole police department in multiple occasions, yet Angus still tries and accuses him of everything.
* {{Jerkass}}: To the point that the Evronians have tried to ''weaponize'' his tendencies in PKNA #1. ''Really''. [[spoiler:#49/50 shows what would have happened if they were successful. It's not pretty]].
* JerkAssHasAPoint: He believes Paperinik started out outing in costume because everyone he knew laughed at him and underestimated his abilities. Donald's motivation to become Paperinik in his first story was ''[[WhosLaughingNow exactly that]]''.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Although reserved even when the situation calls for him to display a bit of empathy, Angus isn't a complete jerk. His heart of gold really shows when it's about his Maori village. For example, he organized a charity basketball game between the news team and the soap actors to get free TV sets with satellite antennaes for his mother and everyone else in the village. The same story implies that this care doesn't extend to anyone else, as Angus hates charity events in general.
* MyFavoriteShirt: His trenchcoat. In one story, a [[ItMakesSenseInContext killer robot from a toy factory]] ruins it to recover evidence against his creators: Angus is so enraged, he wrecks the robot with a baseball bat.
* RepetitiveName: Finishing with "Gus".
* SignatureLaugh: ''"Igh! Igh!"''
* TokenMinority: He's a Maori. And a ''literal'' Kiwi.
* UngratefulBastard: Oh, the times PK has saved him and gotten no gratitude.
* UnsatisfiableCustomer: "Without pickles it's not a Van Burger de Luxe!"
* {{Workaholic}}: He had to be ''forced'' in taking a vacation.
* WorstNewsJudgmentEver: He once admitted he doesn't believe Paperinik is a crook, but he's good for the ratings.
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!!Sam Plot
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Writer of the soap opera "Anxieties" ("Patemi"). He was turned into a coolflame by the Evronians, which actually improved his writing skills.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #0 "Evronians"

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* BunnyEarsLawyer: Before being partially coolflamed, he changed the main actor since the previous one was temporarily missing (kidnapped). After, among other things, he rewrites this as the two actors being two different main characters, [[LongLostRelative Long Lost Twins]] who were SeparatedAtBirth and are now reunited. And have ''the exact same name''.
* CursedWithAwesome: Being partially coolflamed reduced both his attention span (making him a CloudCuckooLander and improving his writing) and made him emotionally subdued (making him really good at poker).
* WritersSuck: A great way for the writers to make fun of the category.
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!!Billy Paganino
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A gangster who lived in the same building as Angus back in New Zealand, and possibly his only friend. He only appears in short stories.

'''First Appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #9 Short Story "Angus Tales - Background Noise"

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* DreadfulMusician: In his first appearance.
* EmotionalBruiser: Under those big muscles, he is just a softie.
* LimitedWardrobe: Like Lyo, taken to the extreme.
* MrSmith: "John Smith" was the very clever name he came up with when asked who he was. It was made worse by the fact that two other hitmen were using the same alias there.
* NiceGuy: As nice as a gangster can be.
* SenselessViolins: [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]]: he's the only gangster who keeps a violin in a violin case, and [[DreadfulMusician plays it so badly]] that Angus demands he replaces it with a less lethal Tommy Gun.
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!!Fitzroy
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One of Donald's Starcorp co-workers at Duckmall Center, he's openly antagonistic towards him.

'''First appearance:''' ''[=PK2=]'' #1 "Ducklair"

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* BigOlEyebrows: Used to lampshade his jerkass tendencies.
* EvilRoy: Or at the very least jerkass Roy.
* GoofySuit: Once had to go to work in a crocodile costume instead of the regular security guard uniform.
* GrumpyOldMan: The oldest of the security guards next to [[CoolOldGuy Mortimer Bloom]], he's often seen grumbling about seniority and all his years working as a guard.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: After Tempest Gale goes on a rampage and nearly disqualifies herself from the possibility to take over command after Bloom will retire, Fitzroy shows him a tape that he feels will clinch it (one where she talks about her past as a Seaduck). It backfires, as Bloom himself knows how high Seaducks standards are, having once applied himself but gotten rejected. Bloom puts her back on the list of candidates.
* HornedHairdo: Depends on the artist.
* JerkAss: He treats everyone antagonistically (with the exception of Mortimer, and it may be just to look good in his eyes), creates conflict in the workplace and spies on coworkers to gain an advantage in getting promoted.
* OnlyOneName
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!!Trip
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The Raider's son, a character primarily featured in short stories.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #14 Short Story "Here Comes Trip - Fathers & Sons"

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* ADayInTheLimelight: PKNA #34.
* AmbiguouslyBrown: Again, takes it from his father.
* BadassAndChildDuo: The child to Paperinik's badass in PKNA #34.
* {{Catchphrase}}: ''"Atomic!"''
* DickDastardlyStopsToCheat: Trip manages to win a hockey game by changing the events with his cronosail, but then he decides to do it again to win with his eyes closed. His father makes the probabilities change to teach him a lesson.
* {{Fanboy}}: After the time they spent together in "Nothing Personal", he became one for Paperinik. He'd like to become an AscendedFanboy, but his father isn't really happy about it.
* FutureMeScaresMe: The Gryphon.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He is a pest and more than a little mischievous, but he isn't trying to make things worse for anybody.
* MeaningfulName: Trip, as in traveling. Through time.
* OnlyOneName: Which unfortunately means we can't learn The Raider's surname.
* OverlordJr: Averted. He actually hopes to become a hero like Paperinik.
* TimeMachine: Has a chronosail, but with a limit of 15 minutes.
* WhiteSheep: He wants to grow into a superhero. His dad doesn't want to hear ''anything'' of it.
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!!Birgit Q
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Everett Ducklair's personal assistant in ''[=PK2=]'', who often goes out into the field herself. In ''Pikappa'', she is the head of Robolab.

'''First appearance:''' ''[=PK2=]'' #2 "Just a Little Fear"

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* ActionGirl: A great shooter that leads her own SWAT team.
* AdaptationalVillainy: She is a ruthless criminal in the ''Pikappa'' reboot, with no problems in killing people. [[spoiler:Curiously, when the timeline is rebooted in the last issue, she is Vendor's chief of security, so she's back to her old role.]]
* AnimeHair: Although not drawn consistently between issues, her hairdo seems inspired by Konoko from ''{{VideoGame/Oni}}''.
* BadassBookworm: She has a doctorate, after all.
* BadassInANiceSuit: She's in a business suit most of the time.
* BeautyMark: Under her right eye.
* GunsAkimbo: Was seen dual wielding in the last ''Pikappa'' issue.
* ImprobableAimingSkills: it's mentioned in an [[AllThereInTheManual extra]] that her record is 11 shots and '''a single hole''' in the target.
* MsFanservice: Especially in ''Pikappa'': the back-up story of #17 is practically an excuse to see fanservice shots of her.
* SmokingIsCool: Smokes a cigar in ''Pikappa'' #18.
* ToplessnessFromTheBack: In ''Pikappa'' #17 and #20, we see her get naked from this position in order to change to her battle armor. And the second time she does it ''right in front of Donald'', nonetheless.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: But we'll settle for purple.
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!!Clint E. Westcock
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Westcock_6432.png

An U.S. Army Colonel, later promoted to General. Often deals in conduct involving Evronians.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #6 "Spores"

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* BigOlEyebrows
* {{Cameo}}: [[spoiler:In the last issue of ''Pikappa''.]]
* ColonelBadass: Enough to force the Evronians to retreat from a town they invaded.
* CommissarCap: And it really suits him.
* FourStarBadass: Gets promoted.
* NamedAfterSomebodyFamous: The "E" is clearly supposed to stand for [[Creator/ClintEastwood Eastwood]].
* TookALevelInKindness: He was really hard to deal with in his early appearances, almost a GeneralRipper, but over time his attitude towards Paperinik softened considerably after witnessing both how much of a danger the Evronians posed and the hero's efforts against them. The feeling is mutual, to the point that Paperinik temporarily trusted him with [[spoiler:the custody of Xadhoom's memory backup, and in ''Might and Power'', he sends him the information needed to stop the new Evronian menace]].
* YouDontLookLikeYou: In PKNA #44, he looks as a more "regular" man, smaller and without any of the physical exaggerations he features in all other appearances. In ''Might and Power'' he appears quite aged, compared to his PKNA appearances.
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!!Mike Martinus Morrighan
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Mike_M_M_5869.png

A Channel 00 journalist.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #1 "Shadows on Venus"

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* AlliterativeName: Three big [=Ms=].
* ButtMonkey: Even ''Lyla'' has occasionally laughed at him.
* EmbarrassingMiddleName: At least according to Angus.
* IntrepidReporter: Has had his moments.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: His methods are... questionable, and he forced Camera 9 to work on Christmas Eve (while the latter was on vacation, no less), but he saved Angus' life from the Evronians and stayed in the hospital until he woke up.
* MasterOfUnlocking: Obtained a [[SkeletonKey "universal door-opener"]] from a burglar he interviewed.
* TheRival: To Angus Fangus.
* ThrowTheDogABone: He is often overshadowed by Angus, and was humiliated in the ChristmasEpisode, but he won the prize as the best journalist of Duckburg. [[spoiler:He eventually becomes Everett Ducklair's press secretary after Lyla resignes from the role]].
** As of PKNE, he seems to have gone on with a respectable career and he currently works as a press secretary.
* YouDontLookLikeYou: In his brief appearance in ''PK Tube'' #4 he looks ''much'' thinner to the point of being almost unrecognizable.
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!!Anymore Boring
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Anymore_9897.png

Everett Ducklair's right hand man.

'''First appearance:''' ''[=PK2=]'' #2 "Just a Little Fear"

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* {{Cameo}}: His only appearance in the ''Pikappa'' universe is in the back-up story of the first issue.
* LimitedWardrobe: Probably due to his pratical mindset.
* MeaningfulName: He's ''really'' boring.
* ObfuscatingStupidity: He seems to be just a really boring person with a word fetish. He can also find out who steals Ducklair-made chips for energy weapons and sick the ''US Army'' on them by just checking the expedition records and reporting his findings to the authorities, and play Birgit ''and'' Paperinik like violins. Oh, and he can exchange important ''secret'' communications with Everett in presence of other without them realizing exactly because of his word fetish. There's a good reason ''he'' and not Birgit is Everett's second in command...
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!!Prior
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Prior_2835.png

The prior of Dhasam-Bul, who would mostly appear in short stories.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #2 "Two"

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* BlackEyesOfEvil: Subverted, as he's not evil.
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: Then again, everybody changes name in the monastery.
* LimitedWardrobe: All the monks wear the same clothing.
* TricksterMentor: His lessons are never given directly.
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[[/folder]]
Characters]]
[[/index]]

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!Coolflames
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Coolflames_6191.png
->''"..."''

The mindless minions of the Evronians, having been transformed after having their emotions sucked out.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"

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* ColdFlames: Having this on their heads indicates having been coolflamed.
* EmptyShell: They can no longer feel emotions or have independent thoughts.
* FateWorseThanDeath: At least according to Xadhoom.
* HumanShield: Are sometimes used like this.
* OurZombiesAreDifferent: They're not dead.
* SlaveLiberation: [[spoiler:The coolflames present on the Imperial Worldship are returned to normal in PKNA #37 and fight back against the Evronians.]]
* SlaveMooks: More extreme than other examples.
* TheSpeechless: The process of coolflamization leave the victims incapable of speak.
* TragicVillain: They are people whose planets were invaded and conquered, had their intelligence and emotions drained out of them, and are now forced to work for the race who invaded and conquered their homes.

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!Coolflames
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Coolflames_6191.png
->''"..."''

The mindless minions of
!!Manootensyon

A spore technician, and
the Evronians, having been transformed after having their emotions sucked out.

highest-ranking scientist in Bonton's force-Too bad he's a low caste one.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"

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* ColdFlames: Having this on their heads indicates having been coolflamed.
* EmptyShell: They can no longer feel emotions or have independent thoughts.
* FateWorseThanDeath: At least according to Xadhoom.
* HumanShield: Are sometimes used like this.
* OurZombiesAreDifferent: They're not dead.
* SlaveLiberation: [[spoiler:The coolflames present on the Imperial Worldship are returned to normal in PKNA #37 and fight back against the Evronians.]]
* SlaveMooks: More extreme than other examples.
* TheSpeechless: The process
PKNE story "Chronicle of coolflamization leave the victims incapable of speak.
* TragicVillain: They are people whose planets were invaded and conquered, had their intelligence and emotions drained out of them, and are now forced to work for the race who invaded and conquered their homes.
a Return"




[[/folder]]

[[folder: The Organization]]

!The Organization
->''"We are the true masters of this world. We are the '''Organization!'''"''

The most powerful criminal organization of the 23rd century, consisting of unauthorized chrononauts traveling in time to steal items of historical value.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #14 "Carpe Diem"

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* EvilVersusOblivion: In their introduction, the Organization do what they can to stop an expanding bubble of nothing from annihilating absolutely everything in all of time.
* TheGroup: The Organization itself is nameless; its member do not consider it to have a name, and "The Organization" is just how they refer to it. As the tall member of the triumvirate says:
-->'''Tall triumvirate member:''' Names are needed to distinguish things, Paperinik. We have no need of them. We are ''unique''!
* MakeWrongWhatOnceWentRight: Implied to be the ones who sent the Raider to try this in "The Winds of Time". [[spoiler: They later succeed in "Nothing Personal" thanks to the Gryphon, but [[StatusQuoIsGod that alternate future disappears at the end of the issue]]]].
** SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong: How they solved the problem with the bubble of nothingness: sending the Raider and Paperinik to prevent it from forming.
* NoNameGiven: The three leaders of the Organization are never identified with specific names.
* TheReveal: At the end of crossover with ''ComicBook/DoubleDuck'' it is revealed that [[spoiler: Axel (an evil genius and villain from that series) and T32 (a Rogue Time Cop) have created the organization]].
* TheSyndicate: A well structured organization bent down on changing history and becoming richer.
* TimeTravel: Even better than that of the TimePolice, as they can travel into the future.

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\n[[/folder]]\n\n[[folder: The Organization]]\n\n!The Organization\n->''"We are the true masters of this world. We are the '''Organization!'''"''\n\nThe most powerful criminal organization of the 23rd century, consisting of unauthorized chrononauts traveling in time to steal items of historical value.\n\n'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #14 "Carpe Diem"\n\n-----\n* EvilVersusOblivion: In their introduction, the Organization do what ActionSurvivor: Was already around when they encountered the [[PhysicalGod Rettificators]].
* GenreSavvy: He knows he's completely out of his league, and tried to grow someone competent enough to do the job. Sadly, he's not good enough.
* MrExposition: Helps Bonton explaining the situation.
* ThePeterPrinciple: He
can to stop an expanding bubble easily grow hundreds of nothing from annihilating absolutely everything in all of time.
* TheGroup: The Organization itself is nameless; its member do not consider it to have a name, and "The Organization" is
low-caste Evronians, but just how they refer to it. As doesn't understand the tall member of the triumvirate says:
-->'''Tall triumvirate member:''' Names are needed
technique to distinguish things, Paperinik. We have no need of them. We are ''unique''!
* MakeWrongWhatOnceWentRight: Implied to be the ones who sent the Raider to try this in "The Winds of Time". [[spoiler: They later succeed in "Nothing Personal" thanks to the Gryphon, but [[StatusQuoIsGod that alternate future disappears at the end of the issue]]]].
** SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong: How they solved the problem with the bubble of nothingness: sending the Raider and Paperinik to prevent it from forming.
* NoNameGiven: The three leaders of the Organization are never identified with specific names.
* TheReveal: At the end of crossover with ''ComicBook/DoubleDuck'' it is revealed that [[spoiler: Axel (an evil genius and villain from that series) and T32 (a Rogue Time Cop) have created the organization]].
* TheSyndicate: A well structured organization bent down on changing history and becoming richer.
* TimeTravel: Even better than that of the TimePolice, as they can travel into the future.
grow emperors, high-caste Evronians, or even middle-caste ones.



!!The Raider
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Raider_6141.png
-> ''"I don't have [[HurricaneOfPuns time]] for this."''

"Raider" is a title used by the greatest time pirate of the Organization, and he is the current one in Paperinik New Adventures. A time traveling thief who steals valuables from the past, and sometimes attempts to change history. Over the course of time he becomes more of an ally to Paperinik.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #0/2 "The Winds of Time"

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!!The Raider
!!Porphioolon

Manootensyon's assistant. Should have been a high-caste scientist, but Manootensyon wasn't competent enough to grow one right.

'''First appearance:''' PKNE story "Chronicle of a Return"

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* TheDitz: Manootensyon describes him as "stupider than myself".
** TheCloudCockoolanderWasRight: He's the only one suspecting that Pk isn't what he says he is.
* UnfitForGreatness: He was supposed to be a high-caste scientist, capable of taking a bunch of spores and growing them into officers, generals, other high-caste scientists and an emperor, but he's too stupid for it.
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!Coolflames
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Raider_6141.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Coolflames_6191.png
-> ''"I don't have [[HurricaneOfPuns time]] for this.->''"..."''

"Raider" is a title used by the greatest time pirate The mindless minions of the Organization, and he is the current one in Paperinik New Adventures. A time traveling thief who steals valuables from the past, and sometimes attempts to change history. Over the course of time he becomes more of an ally to Paperinik.

Evronians, having been transformed after having their emotions sucked out.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik ''Paperinik New Adventures #0/2 "The Winds of Time"Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"


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* ColdFlames: Having this on their heads indicates having been coolflamed.
* EmptyShell: They can no longer feel emotions or have independent thoughts.
* FateWorseThanDeath: At least according to Xadhoom.
* HumanShield: Are sometimes used like this.
* OurZombiesAreDifferent: They're not dead.
* SlaveLiberation: [[spoiler:The coolflames present on the Imperial Worldship are returned to normal in PKNA #37 and fight back against the Evronians.]]
* SlaveMooks: More extreme than other examples.
* TheSpeechless: The process of coolflamization leave the victims incapable of speak.
* TragicVillain: They are people whose planets were invaded and conquered, had their intelligence and emotions drained out of them, and are now forced to work for the race who invaded and conquered their homes.
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[[/folder]]

[[folder: The Organization]]

!The Organization
->''"We are the true masters of this world. We are the '''Organization!'''"''

The most powerful criminal organization of the 23rd century, consisting of unauthorized chrononauts traveling in time to steal items of historical value.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #14 "Carpe Diem"

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* EvilVersusOblivion: In their introduction, the Organization do what they can to stop an expanding bubble of nothing from annihilating absolutely everything in all of time.
* TheGroup: The Organization itself is nameless; its member do not consider it to have a name, and "The Organization" is just how they refer to it. As the tall member of the triumvirate says:
-->'''Tall triumvirate member:''' Names are needed to distinguish things, Paperinik. We have no need of them. We are ''unique''!
* MakeWrongWhatOnceWentRight: Implied to be the ones who sent the Raider to try this in "The Winds of Time". [[spoiler: They later succeed in "Nothing Personal" thanks to the Gryphon, but [[StatusQuoIsGod that alternate future disappears at the end of the issue]]]].
** SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong: How they solved the problem with the bubble of nothingness: sending the Raider and Paperinik to prevent it from forming.
* NoNameGiven: The three leaders of the Organization are never identified with specific names.
* TheReveal: At the end of crossover with ''ComicBook/DoubleDuck'' it is revealed that [[spoiler: Axel (an evil genius and villain from that series) and T32 (a Rogue Time Cop) have created the organization]].
* TheSyndicate: A well structured organization bent down on changing history and becoming richer.
* TimeTravel: Even better than that of the TimePolice, as they can travel into the future.
----

!!The Raider
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Raider_6141.png
-> ''"I don't have [[HurricaneOfPuns time]] for this."''

"Raider" is a title used by the greatest time pirate of the Organization, and he is the current one in Paperinik New Adventures. A time traveling thief who steals valuables from the past, and sometimes attempts to change history. Over the course of time he becomes more of an ally to Paperinik.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #0/2 "The Winds of Time"
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* SergeantRock: The Evronian equivalent.
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!Coolflames
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Coolflames_6191.png
->''"..."''

The mindless minions of the Evronians, having been transformed after having their emotions sucked out.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"

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!Coolflames
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Coolflames_6191.png
->''"..."''

!!Bonton

The mindless minions sergeant leading a group of the Evronians, having been transformed after having their emotions sucked out.

officerless Evronians.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #0 "Evronians"
PKNE story "Chronicle of a Return"



* ColdFlames: Having this on their heads indicates having been coolflamed.
* EmptyShell: They can no longer feel emotions or have independent thoughts.
* FateWorseThanDeath: At least according to Xadhoom.
* HumanShield: Are sometimes used like this.
* OurZombiesAreDifferent: They're not dead.
* SlaveLiberation: [[spoiler:The coolflames present on the Imperial Worldship are returned to normal in PKNA #37 and fight back against the Evronians.]]
* SlaveMooks: More extreme than other examples.
* TheSpeechless: The process of coolflamization leave the victims incapable of speak.
* TragicVillain: They are people whose planets were invaded and conquered, had their intelligence and emotions drained out of them, and are now forced to work for the race who invaded and conquered their homes.

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* ColdFlames: Having this ActionSurvivor: He and his force had an encounter with the [[PhysicalGod Rettificators]] and ''lived''.
* GalacticConqueror: {{Subverted}}: styles himself as the "Supreme F-F", but his main goal is to find an Evronian general or emperor to which hand his force.
* MeaningfulName: In Evronian "Bonton" means "He who knows what to do", and when everyone above him was dead he did exactly what was needed, [[LampshadeHanging as he and the scientists around point out]].
* MrExposition: Explains to Paperinik and the reader about why exactly his force is in the solar system and deprived of anyone of higher rank.
* OnlySaneMan: The only one who has a vague idea of what he's doing
on their heads indicates having been coolflamed.
his planetoid.
* EmptyShell: They can no longer feel emotions or have independent thoughts.
PlanetSpaceship: Commands one.
* FateWorseThanDeath: At ScrewThisImOuttaHere: How his group escaped the encounter with the Rettificators: while the Rettificators were busy wiping out the escort battlefleet and an En'tomek fleet he ordered a retreat.
* YouAreInCommandNow: He's leading his force because everyone above him is dead-including at
least according to Xadhoom.
* HumanShield: Are sometimes used like this.
* OurZombiesAreDifferent: They're not dead.
* SlaveLiberation: [[spoiler:The coolflames present on the Imperial Worldship are returned to normal in PKNA #37
two generals and fight back against the Evronians.]]
* SlaveMooks: More extreme than other examples.
* TheSpeechless: The process of coolflamization leave the victims incapable of speak.
* TragicVillain: They are people whose planets were invaded and conquered, had their intelligence and emotions drained
an ''Emperor''. {{Lampshaded}} by his self-styled titled "Supremo F-F": it's short for "Supremo Facente Funzioni", or, in English, "''Acting'' Supreme".
** UnfitForGreatness: He's well
out of them, his competence zone, [[GenreSavvy and are now forced he knows it]]. Leading to work for him [[spoiler:handing over command of his troops to Paperinik when he presents himself as the race who invaded and conquered their homes.representative of an Evronian emperor]].



[[/folder]]

[[folder: The Organization]]

!The Organization
->''"We are the true masters of this world. We are the '''Organization!'''"''

The most powerful criminal organization of the 23rd century, consisting of unauthorized chrononauts traveling in time to steal items of historical value.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #14 "Carpe Diem"

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[[/folder]]

[[folder:
!Coolflames
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Coolflames_6191.png
->''"..."''

The Organization]]

!The Organization
->''"We are the true masters of this world. We are the '''Organization!'''"''

The most powerful criminal organization
mindless minions of the 23rd century, consisting of unauthorized chrononauts traveling in time to steal items of historical value.

Evronians, having been transformed after having their emotions sucked out.

'''First appearance:''' ''Paperinik New Adventures'' #14 "Carpe Diem"
#0 "Evronians"



* EvilVersusOblivion: In their introduction, the Organization do what they can to stop an expanding bubble of nothing from annihilating absolutely everything in all of time.
* TheGroup: The Organization itself is nameless; its member do not consider it to have a name, and "The Organization" is just how they refer to it. As the tall member of the triumvirate says:
-->'''Tall triumvirate member:''' Names are needed to distinguish things, Paperinik. We have no need of them. We are ''unique''!
* MakeWrongWhatOnceWentRight: Implied to be the ones who sent the Raider to try this in "The Winds of Time". [[spoiler: They later succeed in "Nothing Personal" thanks to the Gryphon, but [[StatusQuoIsGod that alternate future disappears at the end of the issue]]]].
** SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong: How they solved the problem with the bubble of nothingness: sending the Raider and Paperinik to prevent it from forming.
* NoNameGiven: The three leaders of the Organization are never identified with specific names.
* TheReveal: At the end of crossover with ''ComicBook/DoubleDuck'' it is revealed that [[spoiler: Axel (an evil genius and villain from that series) and T32 (a Rogue Time Cop) have created the organization]].
* TheSyndicate: A well structured organization bent down on changing history and becoming richer.
* TimeTravel: Even better than that of the TimePolice, as they can travel into the future.

to:

* EvilVersusOblivion: In ColdFlames: Having this on their introduction, the Organization do what they heads indicates having been coolflamed.
* EmptyShell: They
can to stop an expanding bubble of nothing from annihilating absolutely everything in all of time.
* TheGroup: The Organization itself is nameless; its member do not consider it to
no longer feel emotions or have a name, independent thoughts.
* FateWorseThanDeath: At least according to Xadhoom.
* HumanShield: Are sometimes used like this.
* OurZombiesAreDifferent: They're not dead.
* SlaveLiberation: [[spoiler:The coolflames present on the Imperial Worldship are returned to normal in PKNA #37
and "The Organization" is just how they refer to it. As fight back against the tall member Evronians.]]
* SlaveMooks: More extreme than other examples.
* TheSpeechless: The process
of coolflamization leave the triumvirate says:
-->'''Tall triumvirate member:''' Names are needed to distinguish things, Paperinik. We have no need
victims incapable of them. We are ''unique''!
speak.
* MakeWrongWhatOnceWentRight: Implied to be the ones who sent the Raider to try this in "The Winds of Time". [[spoiler: TragicVillain: They later succeed in "Nothing Personal" thanks are people whose planets were invaded and conquered, had their intelligence and emotions drained out of them, and are now forced to work for the Gryphon, but [[StatusQuoIsGod that alternate future disappears at the end of the issue]]]].
** SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong: How they solved the problem with the bubble of nothingness: sending the Raider
race who invaded and Paperinik to prevent it from forming.
* NoNameGiven: The three leaders of the Organization are never identified with specific names.
* TheReveal: At the end of crossover with ''ComicBook/DoubleDuck'' it is revealed that [[spoiler: Axel (an evil genius and villain from that series) and T32 (a Rogue Time Cop) have created the organization]].
* TheSyndicate: A well structured organization bent down on changing history and becoming richer.
* TimeTravel: Even better than that of the TimePolice, as they can travel into the future.
conquered their homes.



!!The Raider
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Raider_6141.png
-> ''"I don't have [[HurricaneOfPuns time]] for this."''

"Raider" is a title used by the greatest time pirate of the Organization, and he is the current one in Paperinik New Adventures. A time traveling thief who steals valuables from the past, and sometimes attempts to change history. Over the course of time he becomes more of an ally to Paperinik.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #0/2 "The Winds of Time"

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!!The Raider
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Raider_6141.png
-> ''"I don't have [[HurricaneOfPuns time]] for this."''

"Raider" is a title used by
[[/folder]]

[[folder: The Organization]]

!The Organization
->''"We are
the greatest time pirate true masters of this world. We are the '''Organization!'''"''

The most powerful criminal organization
of the Organization, and he is the current one in Paperinik New Adventures. A time 23rd century, consisting of unauthorized chrononauts traveling thief who steals valuables from the past, and sometimes attempts to change history. Over the course of in time he becomes more to steal items of an ally to Paperinik.

historical value.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik ''Paperinik New Adventures #0/2 "The Winds of Time"Adventures'' #14 "Carpe Diem"


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* EvilVersusOblivion: In their introduction, the Organization do what they can to stop an expanding bubble of nothing from annihilating absolutely everything in all of time.
* TheGroup: The Organization itself is nameless; its member do not consider it to have a name, and "The Organization" is just how they refer to it. As the tall member of the triumvirate says:
-->'''Tall triumvirate member:''' Names are needed to distinguish things, Paperinik. We have no need of them. We are ''unique''!
* MakeWrongWhatOnceWentRight: Implied to be the ones who sent the Raider to try this in "The Winds of Time". [[spoiler: They later succeed in "Nothing Personal" thanks to the Gryphon, but [[StatusQuoIsGod that alternate future disappears at the end of the issue]]]].
** SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong: How they solved the problem with the bubble of nothingness: sending the Raider and Paperinik to prevent it from forming.
* NoNameGiven: The three leaders of the Organization are never identified with specific names.
* TheReveal: At the end of crossover with ''ComicBook/DoubleDuck'' it is revealed that [[spoiler: Axel (an evil genius and villain from that series) and T32 (a Rogue Time Cop) have created the organization]].
* TheSyndicate: A well structured organization bent down on changing history and becoming richer.
* TimeTravel: Even better than that of the TimePolice, as they can travel into the future.
----

!!The Raider
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Raider_6141.png
-> ''"I don't have [[HurricaneOfPuns time]] for this."''

"Raider" is a title used by the greatest time pirate of the Organization, and he is the current one in Paperinik New Adventures. A time traveling thief who steals valuables from the past, and sometimes attempts to change history. Over the course of time he becomes more of an ally to Paperinik.

'''First appearance:''' Paperinik New Adventures #0/2 "The Winds of Time"
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* NoNameGiven: He only introduces himself as the custodian of the Omega Chamber, and doesn't even seem to think names are important. When he makes himself a mechanical body to act as the new administrator of the Ducklair Foundation, he takes the name Solomon Hecks.

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* NoNameGiven: He only introduces himself as the custodian of the Omega Chamber, and doesn't even seem to think names are important. When he makes himself a remote-controlled mechanical body to act as the new administrator of the Ducklair Foundation, he takes the name Solomon Hecks.Hicks.
** FanNickname: Was known as "Sergio" (an Italian name of Latin origin [[MeaningfulName meaning "Guardian"]]) among Italian fans before the debut of his other name.
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!!Evron

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!!Evron!!Evron Eleventh to the Fifth



* BigBad: He is after all the leader of the major enemy force trying to take over Earth in ''Paperinik New Adventures''.

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* BigBad: He is after all the leader of the major enemy force trying to take over Earth in ''Paperinik New Adventures''.An Evronian emperor.
** BigBadDuumvirate: With Zotnam.



* GalacticConqueror: As the emperor of a race who is costantly trying to extend its domain.

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* GalacticConqueror: As the an emperor of a race who is costantly trying to extend its domain.



The commander of the invasion force of Earth, and one of the few Evronians of the same subtype as the Emperor. He's rather frustrated by his underlings.

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The commander of the invasion force of Earth, and one of the few Evronians of the same subtype as the Emperor.Imperial subtype. He's rather frustrated by his underlings.



* BigRedDevil: Not to the extent of his emperor, but still.

to:

* BigBad: As far as Paperinik is concerned, leading the Evronian force trying to invade Earth. His title actually being "Highest", and, according to the reboot, his name being the Evronian word for ''emperor''!
** BigBadDuumvirate: With Evron Eleventh to the Fifth.
* BigRedDevil: Not to the extent of his emperor, Evron Eleventh to the Fifth, but still.



* TheDragon: He's the second highest-ranking Evronian to appear, his title actually being "Highest".
** According to the reboot, his name is the Evronian word for ''emperor''!
* LeanAndMean: While the emperor is quite muscular, Zotnam is skinny.

to:

* TheDragon: He's Believed to be this in the second highest-ranking Evronian original series, but revealed to appear, his title actually being "Highest".
** According to
be another emperor in the reboot, his name PKNE story "Chronicle of a Return".
* GalacticConqueror: As an emperor of a race who
is the Evronian word for ''emperor''!
costantly trying to extend its domain.
* LeanAndMean: While Evron Eleventh to the emperor Fifth is quite muscular, Zotnam is skinny.


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* WhateverHappenedToTheMouse: Zotnam and his force disappear after "Phase Two".
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* BigDumbObject: Their motherships (of which they have at least two) are about 500 kilometers long and tall... And those aren't the largest things they have!
** PlanetSpaceship: The Imperial Worldship is described as the size of a small planet. And again, [[UpToEleven it's not their largest spaceship]], that's ''Evron itself'', an '''''actual planet''''' transformed in a starship (and destroyed by Xadhoom off-screen).
*** The 2014 relaunch story ''Might and Power'' proves they ''love'' this trope, as the resurgent Evronian Empire spent ''two hundred years'' to convert their new homeworld [[spoiler: Earth]] into a starship.

to:

* BigDumbObject: Their motherships (of which they have at least two) are about 500 kilometers long and tall... And those aren't the largest things they have!
**
PlanetSpaceship: They have quite a few:
** Zotnam's Mothership, appearing in "Xadhoom" and "Phase 2" is the first to appear, and is 500 km long and tall. There may be another just like that.
**
The Imperial Worldship is described as one appearing in the size "Xadhoom Trilogy", under the command of a small planet. Evron Eleventh to the Fifth. And again, [[UpToEleven it's not their largest spaceship]], that's spaceship]].
**
''Evron itself'', an '''''actual planet''''' transformed in a starship (and destroyed by starship. Never seen, only mentioned (possibly seen in a flashback in "On the Dark Side" as Xadhoom off-screen).
***
blew it up).
**
The 2014 relaunch story ''Might "Might and Power'' Power" proves they ''love'' this trope, as the resurgent Evronian Empire spent ''two hundred years'' to convert their new homeworld [[spoiler: Earth]] into a starship.starship.
** And the second 2016 story, "Chronicle of a Return", shows ''another'' (close in size to Zotnam's mothership or Evron Eleventh to the Fifth's) and reveals that [[spoiler:they build them ''periodically'': whenever the population on one grows too much they build one and send half their numbers on the new one, complete with a new emperor]].
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* NinetiesAntiHero: While her powers, look and attitude may qualify, her character is developed better than the average NAH.



* MsFanservice: For most of PKNA #28.



* NinetiesAntiHero: While her powers, look and attitude may qualify, her character is developed better than the average NAH.


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* SheCleansUpNicely: For most of PKNA #28.
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