History Characters / RedPandaAdventures

17th Jun '17 8:05:34 AM sgamer82
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!! The Mad Monkey

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!! The Mad MonkeyMonkey / Anton Cresswell



* {{Idiosyncrazy}}: Invokes this as much as he falls victim to it. He gladly embraces the trope in is first appearance by committing monkey related crimes because he feels it better positions him to be the Panda's nemesis. At the same time, to hear him tell it, he's driven to crime in part by the righteous fury of the baboons he recruits and, when he learns martial arts, he focuses on the monkey style. After his first appearance, the monkey themed crimes stop in favor of plots directed against the Red Panda, with actual crimes mostly committed to keep himself funded.

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* FriendlyEnemy: He's generally quite friendly toward the Red Panda, even as he's trying to kill the mystery man. Less so towards the Flying Squirrel, since he considers her an extra. As time goes on, the Mad Monkey's plots revolve more around fighting the Red Panda, and because, more often then otherwise, the Monkey doesn't put human life at serious risk, the Red Panda seems to reciprocate. At the end of "Stop the Presses", when the Red Panda is forced to let the Mad Monkey escape to capture all of Archangel's goons, he takes the time to make sure the Mad Monkey sees him waving his fast at him angrily.
* {{Idiosyncrazy}}: Invokes this as much as he falls victim to it. He gladly embraces the trope in is his first appearance by committing monkey related crimes because he feels it better positions him to be the Panda's nemesis. At the same time, to hear him tell it, he's driven to crime in part by the righteous fury of the baboons he recruits and, when he learns martial arts, he focuses on the monkey style. After his first appearance, the monkey themed crimes stop in favor of plots directed against the Red Panda, with actual crimes mostly committed to keep himself funded.




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* TookALevelInBadass: From "Stop the Presses" on, the Mad Monkey has taken up martial arts and has gotten good enough to fight the Red Panda to a draw. However, due to his Idiosyncrazy, he focuses solely on the monkey style of fighting, making him more predictable.
17th Jun '17 7:56:50 AM sgamer82
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* BigBeautifulWoman: Professor Zombie's appearance in the ''Night of the Red Panda'' comics feature her as a large, heavyset woman in a green gown and pearl necklace. She's quite attractive, if you disregard the fact that she's a mass murdering, necromancer supervillain.
* DatingCatwoman: Implied. Professor Zombie's first appearance features her and the Red Panda flirtatiously trading insults and complements alike.
16th Jun '17 5:49:58 PM sgamer82
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* BigBeautifulWoman: Professor Zombie's appearance in the ''Night of the Red Panda'' comics feature her as a large, heavyset woman in a green gown and pearl necklace. She's quite attractive, if you disregard the fact that she's a mass murdering, necromancer supervillain.



* 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.

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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.
* MadScientist: Her Necronium 234 zombification formula is entirely her own creation, which she attributes to a combination of modern science and voodoo wisdom.



%% StevenUlyssesPerhero

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%% StevenUlyssesPerhero* StevenUlyssesPerhero: Her real name is Antonia '''Zomb'''anistro. Gregg Taylor himself acknowledges it's not unlike a guy named "Otto Octavius" becoming a multi-limbed supervillain.
14th Jun '17 4:32:33 PM sgamer82
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* HeelFaceTurn: When crime begins to become an insufficient muse for his work, the Poet is convinced to sign on with the war effort and turn his creative skill to creating strategies for the Allies.

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\nA writer who finds his inspiration in committing crime. His trademark is to describe his crimes in the finest of prose and send his work to the police as a mix of preemptive clue and calling card.

* HeelFaceTurn: When crime begins to become an insufficient is no longer a sufficient muse for his work, the Poet is convinced to sign on with the war effort and turn his creative skill to creating strategies for the Allies.
14th Jun '17 4:30:57 PM sgamer82
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* InformedAbility: The Poet is described as writing about his crimes in sonnet and prose of such quality universities teach my it. His every on screen appearance, however, has the characters note a drop in his usual quality either because he's being impersonated or a personal issue is affecting him. This is a necessary evil as the Poet is a master wordsmith and Gregg Taylor, by his own admission, is not.

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* InformedAbility: The Poet is described as writing about his crimes in sonnet and prose of such quality universities teach my by it. His every on screen appearance, however, has the characters note a drop in his usual quality either because he's being impersonated or a personal issue is affecting him. This is a necessary evil as the Poet is a master wordsmith and Gregg Taylor, by his own admission, is not.
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!!The Poet

* HeelFaceTurn: When crime begins to become an insufficient muse for his work, the Poet is convinced to sign on with the war effort and turn his creative skill to creating strategies for the Allies.
* InformedAbility: The Poet is described as writing about his crimes in sonnet and prose of such quality universities teach my it. His every on screen appearance, however, has the characters note a drop in his usual quality either because he's being impersonated or a personal issue is affecting him. This is a necessary evil as the Poet is a master wordsmith and Gregg Taylor, by his own admission, is not.
* TheStrategist: His crimes are as meticulously planned out as his writing. The Red Panda suspects he even had a hand in crafting the Allied invasion of Normandy.
14th Jun '17 12:30:35 PM sgamer82
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* CoatHatMask: His preferred form of costume, with the addition of red gauntlets. Following the war, he traded his shoes for boots, finding them more comfortable.

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* CoatHatMask: His preferred form of costume, with the addition of red gauntlets. Following the war, he traded his shoes for boots, finding them more comfortable. He is actively dismayed that the up and coming generation of superheroes all prefer tights.
13th Jun '17 10:28:59 PM sgamer82
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* EmbarrassingNickname: He regards "Captain Clockwork" as this. The name was given to him by the press and it stuck. When naming himself in ''The Android Assassins'', he refers to himself as "the Viper". The Red Panda, upon learning this, decides to make it a point to call him "Captain Clockwork" now that he knows it annoys him.

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* EmbarrassingNickname: He regards "Captain Clockwork" as this. The name was given to him by the press and it stuck. When naming himself in ''The Android Assassins'', he refers to himself as "the Viper". The Red Panda, upon learning this, decides to make it a point to call him "Captain Clockwork" now that he knows it annoys him. When he appears later in the ''Night of the Red Panda'' comics, he seems to have gotten over it enough to the point he prefers it to Marcus Bennett.
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%% ClockworkCreature: All of his creations.

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%% One of Toronto's wealthiest men, who wanted still more and utilizes his genius as an inventor to create robot soldiers to help achieve his ambitions.

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ClockworkCreature: All of his creations.creations. The first of his minions seen in the ''Androids Assassins'' novel are literally human sized tin soldiers.
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* EmbarrassingNickname: He regards "Captain Clockwork" as this. The name was given to him by the press and it stuck. When naming himself in ''The Android Assassins'', he refers to himself as "the Viper". The Red Panda, upon learning this, decides to make it a point to call him "Captain Clockwork" now that he knows it annoys him.


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!! Kid Chaos
A megalomaniacal criminal with a penchant for bombs. He regards the Red Panda as a worthy foe and enjoys matching wits with him.

* TheDreaded: When he tried to retire from crime and live relatively quietly, he couldn't do it in part because the terror invoked by being this was too much for him to resist.
* JokerImmunity: Has been considered dead only to come back so frequently that the Red Panda and Flying Squirrel feel the need to go and exhume his grave when they hear he was executed. [[spoiler:They ''don't'' find a body]].
* MadBomber: The first thing he does when coming out of retirement in "Operation Cold Feet" is stock himself with dynamite. His skill with explosives is such that, in ''The Crime Cabal'', the Red Panda realizes he's part of the plot due to the precision bomb work Kid Chaos employs to herd him and the Flying Squirrel into a trap.
* TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou: Despite the Syndicate having a perfectly operable trap in play, Kid Chaos still finds the need to make sure one of ''his'' bombs is the thing that kills the Red Panda.
* SpannerInTheWorks: When the Syndicate hires Kid Chaos to help them kill the Red Panda, Chaos sets bombs to blow them up when the ''plan'' had been to shoot them from hiding. Some of the Syndicate's own men get caught in the blast and one of them is captured by the Red Panda's agents, giving them a chance to infiltrate the Syndicate's hideout. Kid Chaos himself lampshades the whole thing by noting how foolish it is to trust someone calling himself ''Kid Chaos'' to go along with an orderly plan.
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