History Characters / RedPandaAdventures

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* SkilledButNaive: While all the heroes of the Federation are rookies, Max is clearly more on the ball than the rest. Enough so that he impresses the Red Panda and Flying Squirrel. Any mistakes he makes are clearly the result of his inexperience than a lack of ability.
24th Dec '17 3:47:28 PM sgamer82
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* BenevolentBoss: For all his yelling and bluster, Pearly does care about the welfare of his employees. In "Girls' Night Out", he edits Kit's article about the sabotage ring to remove anything that might get her labeled a Japanese sympathizer as much to protect her as much as the paper. He's also sympathetic to Kit at least when he realizes that the story seems to have gotten to her

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* BenevolentBoss: For all his yelling and bluster, Pearly Perley does care about the welfare of his employees. In "Girls' Night Out", he edits Kit's article about the sabotage ring to remove anything that might get her labeled a Japanese sympathizer as much to protect her as much as the paper. He's also sympathetic to Kit at least when he realizes that the story seems to have gotten to her
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* BenevolentBoss: For all his yelling and bluster, Pearly does care about the welfare of his employees. In "Girls' Night Out", he edits Kit's article about the sabotage ring to remove anything that might get her labeled a Japanese sympathizer as much to protect her as much as the paper. He's also sympathetic to Kit at least when he realizes that the story seems to have gotten to her
24th Dec '17 3:34:25 PM sgamer82
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* InSeriesNickname: "Eagle Eyes" Kelly. It's entirely self proclaimed, but the adult agents humor the boy because they think it's funny. In "The Rat Lord", he gets a proper codename as the Black Cap. He combines these two nicknames to create good superhero alias the Black Eagle, which neither the Red Panda nor Flying Squirrel find clever.

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* InSeriesNickname: "Eagle Eyes" Kelly. It's entirely self proclaimed, but the adult agents humor the boy because they think it's funny. In "The Rat Lord", he gets a proper codename as the Black Cap. He combines these two nicknames to create good his superhero alias the Black Eagle, which neither the Red Panda nor Flying Squirrel find clever.
24th Dec '17 3:33:44 PM sgamer82
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* NiceHat: In "The Rat Lord", Harry is given a newsie hat and shown how to angle it ''just'' right to obscure his identity. It is from this moment that Harry gain his "Black Cap" codename.
* InSeriesNickname: "Eagle Eyes" Kelly. It's entirely self proclaimed, but the adult agents humor the boy because they think it's funny.

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* NiceHat: In "The Rat Lord", Harry is given a newsie hat FlyingBrick: Like [[spoiler: Doctor Bumblebee and shown how to angle it ''just'' right to obscure his identity. It is from Mr. Amazing]] before him, this moment that Harry gain his "Black Cap" codename.
is Harry's basic powerset as the Black Eagle
* InSeriesNickname: "Eagle Eyes" Kelly. It's entirely self proclaimed, but the adult agents humor the boy because they think it's funny. In "The Rat Lord", he gets a proper codename as the Black Cap. He combines these two nicknames to create good superhero alias the Black Eagle, which neither the Red Panda nor Flying Squirrel find clever.
* NiceHat: In "The Rat Lord", Harry is given a newsie hat and shown how to angle it ''just'' right which, combined with a little make-up, helps to obscure his identity. It is from this moment that Harry gain his "Black Cap" codename.
24th Dec '17 9:44:52 AM sgamer82
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* LargeHam: Her debut episode features her threatening Toronto's upper crust from a theater stage and making the most of it. Even when she adopts the Golden Claw's more subtle tactics, she can't resist pulling a big public, audacious job like having a minion dressed as the Red Panda steal war bond money live on the radio to get the Red Panda's attention. WordOfGod is that the sheer hamminess of Andrea Lyons' performance as the Professor saved her from being merely a one shot supervillain.

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The first supervillain to appear in the story, appearing in the second episode. Professor Zombie is the creator of a compound, Necronium 234, which can be used to reanimate the bodies of the dead into slaves obedient to her will. She often commits crimes for either the monetary benefit or the sake of her research, though that changes in the ninth season when she becomes obsessed with hurting the Red Panda as much as possible.

* LargeHam: Her debut episode features her threatening Toronto's upper crust from a theater stage and making the most of it. Even when she adopts the Golden Claw's more subtle tactics, she can't resist pulling a big public, audacious job like having a minion dressed as the Red Panda steal war bond money live on the radio to get the Red Panda's attention. WordOfGod from notes in the ''Night of the Red Panda'' comics is that the sheer hamminess of Andrea Lyons' performance as the Professor saved her from being merely a one shot supervillain.


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The Red Panda's self-proclaimed archnemesis. Originally just a trading company representative, he was the sole survivor of a plane crash in Africa. In the years before his rescue, he lived among the baboons and gained the ability to communicate with and control them on a psychic level. He briefly made a name for himself on the lecture circuit, but turned to crime after getting overshadowed by the discovery of a lost English lord who could talk to apes and an Indian boy who had been raised by wolves. Now he seeks nothing more than to challenge the Man in the Mask at any opportunity.
23rd Dec '17 6:42:12 PM sgamer82
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* ManOfAThousandFaces: The codename John Doe is derived from the fact his face can be replaced with anyone else's, enabling him to disguise himself and infiltrate as needed.

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* ManOfAThousandFaces: MasterOfDisguise: The codename John Doe is derived from the fact his face can be replaced with anyone else's, enabling him to disguise himself and infiltrate as needed.
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!!Spiro Pappas

Owner and proprietor of a boxing gym in Toronto and one of the Red Panda's senior agents. Spiro acts as a contact man, a link between the Red Panda's field agents and the chief himself.

* GrumpyOldMan: Comes in part with being a boxing trainer. His first spoken lines are chewing out one of his boxers, then Andy Parker, then Harry Kelly.
* KilledOffScreen: Spiro dies offscreen of a heart attack. "All the King's Men" opens with Harry Kelly in particular broken up and mourning.
* ShipperOnDeck: While he liked to poke fun at Andy Parker for his crush on the Flying Squirrel, he also talks Andy up to the Squirrel, up until he realizes where her affections ''actually'' lay. He offers her his support even as the Squirrel threatens him in embarrassment.
16th Dec '17 9:55:34 AM sgamer82
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* MadScientist: At least a Mad Inventor.

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* MadScientist: At least a Mad Inventor. He is at least the equal of the Red Panda and the Genie when it comes to engineering and invention.



* SecretKeeper: He learns of the Red Panda's identity in "There Will Be Rain, Tonight" and, though the Red Panda promises to hypnotize him into forgetting about it, their plane crashing and separating them behind enemy lines means they never get around to it.

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* SecretKeeper: He learns of the Red Panda's identity in "There Will Be Rain, Tonight" and, though the Red Panda promises to hypnotize him into forgetting about it, their plane crashing and separating them behind enemy lines means they never get around to it. In "Voice from Above", James goes along with what he thinks is the Red Panda faking amnesia to help cover for that secret.



Internationally renowned stage magician and one of the world's first mystery men, the Stranger, Master of Magic, battled evil as a member of the League of Gentleman Adventurers until his retirement. He briefly mentored the Red Panda when he tracked down the League's members for training and acts as a consultant when magic is involved. The Stranger has the unique status of being the only superhero the Red Panda lets operate in Toronto.

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Internationally renowned stage magician and one of the world's first mystery men, the men. The Stranger, Master of Magic, battled evil on his own and as a member of the League of Gentleman Adventurers from about 1890 until his retirement. He briefly mentored the Red Panda when he tracked down the League's members for training and acts as a consultant when magic is involved. The Stranger has the unique status of being the only superhero the Red Panda lets operate in Toronto.
Toronto for much of the series.
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* NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished: The reason the Red Panda captured him was because ''Darius'' went back to save a child who got caught in a building collapse he himself had caused.

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* NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished: The reason the Red Panda captured him was because ''Darius'' Darius went back to save a child who got caught in a building collapse he himself had caused.



* CatchPhrase: "That's impossible!"

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August Fenwick's friend and lab partner when they were in school. A brilliant inventor who helped save and revolutionize his father's company during the Depression. Upon witnessing his inventions stolen by the Genie, James decided he needed to take a more active role in determining how they were used. To that end, he's strapped on a rocket pack of his own design and lent his services to the Canadian government, who call him Doc Rocket. While a nice fellow, overall, James is known for a certain smugness and for considering himself the smartest person in any given room.

* CatchPhrase: Throughout "The Puzzle Master", his first superhero outing alongside the Red Panda, he would constantly exclaim "That's impossible!"impossible!" to the various tricks they encounter together. Later appearances show he's taken to heart the Red Panda's advice that "nothing is impossible."
* GadgeteerGenius: Many of the inventions he uses are of his own design. Superheroism aside, his work is also responsible for saving his father's company from bankruptcy during the Depression.



* GoodCounterpart: Something of a counterpart to the Genie.
%% InsufferableGenius

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* GoodCounterpart: Something of a counterpart to the Genie.
%% InsufferableGenius
Genie. Both are InsufferableGenius inventors, but in terms of ego the Genie views everyone else as stupider than he is while James sees himself as smarter than everyone else is. This difference is demonstrated by the Genie only ever using disposable minions to carry out robberies to further his research where James is a BenevolentBoss whose research is intended for the betterment and security of mankind.
* InsufferableGenius: In ''The Android Assassins'', his default expression is described as "smug satisfaction". He's earned a right to be smug, as his work saved his father's company from bankruptcy in the Depression, but the Red Panda still makes it a point to humble him when they work together against the Puzzle Master, as James constantly refers to everything they encounter as "impossible" even as he's constantly proven wrong by events.



%% UpperClassTwit: At first.

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%% * SecretKeeper: He learns of the Red Panda's identity in "There Will Be Rain, Tonight" and, though the Red Panda promises to hypnotize him into forgetting about it, their plane crashing and separating them behind enemy lines means they never get around to it.
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UpperClassTwit: At first.
first. He's a rich man's son and "smug satisfaction" is his default expression. He retains a degree of this even as the life of a superhero teaches him that nothing is truly impossible.
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