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!!Titular Character

->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/WillFerrell (films), Creator/KeithFerguson (video games)

The villain of the story, but also protagonist. He was sent from his dying homeworld as a baby, and landed in an Earth prison.
* {{AcCENT Upon the Wrong SylLABle}}: For starters, he pronounces Metro City as Metrocity (rhyming with atrocity).
* {{Adorkable}}: It's established that since he was a kid, Megamind's been good at inventing things and... not much else.
* AffablyEvil: He never loses his chipper sense of showmanship when carrying out his evil plans.
* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: Part of the reason for his StartOfDarkness is how he was ostracized from his classmates (including Metro Man) due to his odd appearance and scientific mishaps. It got to the point that Megamind thought it meant the only good thing he could do was being bad.
* AntagonistInMourning: More like VillainProtagonist In Mourning though. He does this after accidentally killing Metro Man who isn't dead all this time.
* AntiHero: Gradually morphs into this by the end of the movie. He's certainly not a hero in the traditional sense, and most of the problems he's faced with were his creations in the first place, but he does save the day.
* AntiVillain: It quickly becomes apparent that for all his grand evil schemes (most of which go for style over substance), he's not truly playing to win. He's baffled that he actually manages to kill Metro Man and it doesn't take long before he realizes that he ''needs'' someone to step up and challenge him.
* ArchEnemy: To Metro Man. By [[SlaveToPR public standards]] at least.
* TheAtoner: After the end of the movie he becomes a hero to the people as a means to work off [[LongerThanLifeSentence his many life sentences]].
* AutobotsRockOut: Megamind is a ''huge'' music fan.
* AwesomeButImpractical: Some of his deadlier inventions, like the KillSat, take too long to charge up.
* BadassBeard: Keeps his killer goatee and becomes a hero.
* BadassBiker: Actually Minion in disguise, but may apply to Megamind as well.
* BadassCape: Stills sports his stylish cape after he becomes a hero.
* TheBadGuyWins: The premise of the movie is his surprise victory over Metro Man.
* BaldOfAwesome: Becomes a true hero by the end.
* BaldOfEvil: In contrast to Metro Man's well-maintained hairdo, he's completely bald. He lampshades this at the start.
* BecauseDestinySaysSo: Another part of the reason for his becoming a supervillain. [[ScrewDestiny Or so he initially believes]].
* BecomingTheMask: Megamind in his disguise as Bernard with Roxie.
* BeingEvilSucks: Megamind slowly but steadily realizes this. Though it starts off as more of a case of [[VictoryIsBoring Being A Villain With No Hero Sucks]], it gets more depressing when he realizes "[[DidNotGetTheGirl The Villain Doesn't Get The Girl]]."
* BenevolentBoss: Even after becoming a villain, he treats Minion more like a friend than a servant, and is genuinely hurt when Minion leaves after an argument. He's affectionate to his robotic drones too. He's quite hurt when "Daddy's" forced to terminate a few.
* BigBad: At the beginning of the movie he's this for Metro City. [[SubvertedTrope Then Hal gets his powers..]].
* BlueIsHeroic: By the end of the film he becomes a full fledged hero.
* BoringButPractical: Whenever he needs to get a task done quickly, Megamind tends to rely upon the dehydration gun, since it can usually dispatch a threat with ease, turn something large into something compact to carry more easily, and eventually helps him survive a lethal fall.
* BullyingADragon: Even though he knows that Titan has all of Metro Man's powers, he is overcome by the fact that VictoryIsBoring to the point of taunting him by revealing himself to be both "Space Dad" and "Bernard."
* CampStraight: Megamind has Ho Yay, Foe Yay or both with pretty much every guy in the movie, and yet he never gets explicit about any of them in that way and actually ends up with Roxanne by the end of the movie following a naturally progressing relationship (so no Last Minute Hook Up there).
* CaptainErsatz: Megamind is a mixture of Brainiac and ComicBook/LexLuthor (with Superman's origin), and by the end of ''Button of Doom'' has developed Batman-like characteristics. Also, the fact that he's in prison as a baby could be a ShoutOut to the Comic Book version of Bane.
* CardCarryingVillain: He's embraced his status as the "bad guy" since he was a child.
* ChildProdigy: Megamind was able to build inventions before he hit puberty.
* ChildhoodFriends: Ever since their infancy, he and Minion have been tight-knit companions.
* ClassicVillain: Towards Metroman. Until Megamind becomes a hero himself.
* ComplexityAddiction: Really loves to keep his plans complicated, even when it would be easier to take a more pragmatic approach. This plays into the fact that he doesn't actually expect to win.
* CrazyPrepared: Grows more into this for every plan that ended in failure.
* CruellaToAnimals: "OH! I'm ''shaking'' in my ''custom'' [[KickTheDog Baby]] [[CardCarryingVillain Seal]] [[CrossesTheLineTwice Leather]] [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Boots]]!"
* DarkAndTroubledPast: His parents and species died when the planet collapsed, his only companion being Minion. He was raised in a prison (although, the prisoners were nice to him). Then, he entered into school, were he was bullied by everyone, even the teacher. And it was because of their bullying that he thought that the only thing he was good at was being bad and thus decided to do bad things.
* DarkIsEvil: His skin is blue and he wears all black, to contrast with Metro Man's all white ensemble.
* DarkIsNotEvil: Even after his HeelFaceTurn, Megamind still sports his blue and black suit.
* DesignatedVillain: InUniverse, and he based almost his whole identity around it.
* {{Determinator}}: One of Megamind's defining traits is that he ''never'' gives up.
* DitzyGenius: Quite the brainiac who has a habit of mispronouncing words.
* DramaQueen: Always loves the suspense of everything.
* EnfantTerrible: Subverted. He was destructive even as an infant, with a knack for "creating objects of mayhem", but he [[ObliviouslyEvil wasn't malicious]] [[AmbiguousInnocence about it]].
* EvenEvilHasStandards:
** He never ''really'' meant to kill Metroman and he was happy that he was actually alive, he also refused to actually hurt Roxanne when he captured her numerous times.
** PlayedForLaughs during the training session with Titan, which involves him melting the head off of a Megamind dummy with his heat vision. Cut to Megamind (in disguise) with a look of shock and horror on his face.
** Unlike Hal, he's able to accept being rejected by a woman he loves, no matter how much it hurts.
* EvilCounterpart: He and Metro Man are both aliens that were sent to Earth to escape their dying star system, but while Metro Man became a superpowered hero, Megamind became an intellectual supervillain.
* EvilFeelsGood: At first...until he realizes BeingEvilSucks.
* EvilGenius: He relies on his skill as a GadgeteerGenius to carry out his plans.
* EvilGloating: Lapses into this every now and again. He also [[InvokedTrope invokes it]] when he needs to get a rise out of Hal.
* EvilIsHammy: What's the difference between a villain and a ''super''villain? '''PRESENTATION!'''
* EvilIsSexy: [[InvokedTrope Certainly thinks so]].
* EvilVirtues: Namesake aside, Megamind's defining characteristic is his Determination. He didn't rack up all those life-sentences by ''giving up.''
* EvilWearsBlack: Tastefully mixed with dark blue.
* FamilyFriendlyFirearms: Every gun-like weapon is either a laser/dehydrator/or DNA harvester.
* ForTheEvulz: Subverted by Megamind; he ''is'' a CardCarryingVillain, but sees his wrongdoings as a form of self-expression rather than an end unto itself.
* FreudianExcuse: He becomes a villain because he grew up in a prison and was rejected by his peers for his odd appearance and strange inventions. Anytime he did anything "wrong", Metro Man put him in the corner and he was rewarded for punishing him.
* FriendlessBackground: He grew up constantly ostracized and was very much the odd man out at school, due more to his appearance (at least at first) than an apparent knack for villainy.
* FromNobodyToNightmare: Megamind was actually a sweet kid, but the constant rejection from his peers made him believe that he was "supposed to be bad". Skip twenty years later, and he's the BigBad.
* GadgeteerGenius: He built an escape trike out of license plates and a binky. ''When he was a toddler.''
* GlamourFailure: His holo-watch allows him to look like anyone it scans beforehand. However, he, apparently, forgot to waterproof it. It also shuts off if he bumps it by accident.
* GoodCannotComprehendEvil:
** Realizing he needs a new enemy with Metro Man apparently dead, Megamind grants superpowers to low-level cameraman/slacker Hal to become Titan. Megamind figures that anyone granted powers will naturally use them to become a hero and help the city. Instead of a hero, Hal turns into a greater menace than Megamind ever was. It never occurs to Megamind that [[BewareTheSuperman someone with the power to do great good would choose to do great evil instead]].
** Also, when he discovers Metro Man faked his death in hopes of escaping his persona, free of the pressure of being a hero, Megamind is stunned, unable to accept that anyone beloved by the masses like Metro Man would ever give it up for a "normal" life. This is more Good Cannot Comprehend Neutrality, though.
* GoodFeelsGood: What he comes to discover during his [[LoveRedeems budding relationship]] with [[MoralityPet Roxanne]].
* GracefulLoser: He takes every failure as a learning experience, no matter how far-fetched his victory may be.
* GreenEyes: He has very bright emerald eyes. They remain visible when he morphs into someone else, which is a visual cue for observant audience members.
* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: Male example. He has blue skin and is quite handsome.
* {{Heel}}: Styles himself as one. Submits to the tropes of a CardCarryingVillain and enjoys putting on a show. Part of the plot revolves around what happens when a heel faces a true villain.
* HeelFaceTurn: The whole point of the movie.
* HeelRealization: After battling Hal, he realizes what he has done.
* HellBentForLeather: Most of his wardrobe (including his boots) has an inclination to leather of some kind.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Minion, since infanthood. They are each other's best friend, closest ally, and partner-in-crime.
* HiddenDepths: Megamind's confrontation with Hal after he does a FaceHeelTurn shows that the supposed BigBad who loves getting in trouble actually is disgusted with people who have the potential to be good and don't take it.
* HighCollarOfDoom: He loves this trope. It's even on [[MundaneMadeAwesome his pajamas]]. He even turns up his ''prison collar''.
* HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood: In the ColdOpen of the movie.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Lampshaded by Roxanne and Minion, who both recognize that Hal Stewart is the ''worst'' person to give superpowers to.
* IJustWantToBeLoved: Naturally, anyone ostracized by society at large nearly their entire lives would be pretty affection-starved. Especially evident when Roxanne first hugs him.
* InferioritySuperiorityComplex: Despite Megamind's boasts, he actually has a pretty low opinion of himself.
* InsecureLoveInterest: His whole "Bernard" persona is because of this.
* IntelligenceEqualsIsolation: While he was at school; his inventions would only alienate him from his peers even more.
* InterspeciesRomance: He (an alien) becomes this with Roxanne (a human).
* {{Invisibility}}: His car is invisible.
* IronicEcho: "Ollo."
* JerkassFacade: Megamind's entire "villain" role.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He's overly dramatic and can be immature, but is actually a good person.
* KlingonsLoveShakespeare: Megamind ''loves'' classic rock and pop from the 70's and 80's, such as Music/GunsNRoses, Music/{{ACDC}} and Music/MichaelJackson. He adopts them when he wants to make a dramatic entrance.
* LargeHam: He revels in the trappings of being an "evil mastermind", from "The Black Mamba!" to ''weaponizing'' his hamminess as "SHOWMANSHIP!"
* LastOfHisKind: His parents along with Megamind's original home were sucked into a black hole.
* LeanAndMean: His oversized dome aside, he's incredibly lean and slender. This contrasts to Metro Man's HeroicBuild.
* LongerThanLifeSentence: Got 88 consecutive life sentences for his crimes against humanity and Metro City. Largely meaningless, since he's able to waltz out the front door of his CardboardPrison, and back into his functional supervillain laboratory lair.
* LoveRedeems: His growing relationship with Roxanne is what moves him toward his HeelFaceTurn.
* MadScientist: Courtesy of being an EvilGenius.
* MadeOfIron: He'd have to be to survive what was thrown at him. At one point, Titan punches him straight in the chest, causing him to fly fifty feet backwards and crack a concrete wall with the force of the impact. ''This only winds him.''
* MasterOfDisguise: He has a watch that can project a semi-solid hologram of anyone that he has the opportunity to scan, and can recreate their voice using a recorded sample.
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: The CampStraight alien Feminine Boy to Roxanne's career-orientated, no-nonsense IntrepidReporter Masculine Girl.
* MeaningfulName: While not his actual birth name, ''Megamind'' is adequate given both Megamind's huge head (both in the literal and figurative sense) and how much of a genius he is.
* MyBrainIsBig: Much is made of his intelligence. And his ridiculously huge cranium.
* NecessarilyEvil: Megamind decides to become a villain after he understands that the position of TheCape has been filled by Metro Man, who needs a {{foil}}.
* NerdsAreSexy: He may be a big headed, blue skinned alien, but he's quite good looking.
* NobleDemon: Roxanne clearly isn't impressed with Megamind's torture devices and death traps; not just [[ActionSurvivor because she's]] [[SeenItAll seen them]] [[MundaneFantastic all before]], but because she knows he wouldn't really harm her with them.
* NoInfantileAmnesia: Remembers his entire origin, which began when he was eight days old.
* NoNameGiven: His real name isn't given. He fashioned "Megamind" himself.
* NoSocialSkills: Owing to being a super villain, he's not very good with people.
* NothingIsScarier: Tries to invoke this when Roxanne Richie asks him what he intends to do with the city now that he's defeated Metro Man, since [[AndThenWhat he doesn't have an answer]].
-->'''Megamind:''' Imagine the most horrible, terrifying, EVIL thing you can possibly think of... and multiply it by SIX! In the mean time, I want you to carry on...
* ObviouslyEvil: Two words: "Black mambaaaaaaaaaaaa".
* OfficialCouple: With Roxanne.
* PerkyGoth: Wears a lot of black, has spikes on his costume, and can be quite [[{{Keet}} energetic]].
* PimpedOutCape: Both the capes he makes, and those he swipes from Metro Man.
* PokeThePoodle: Megamind proudly proclaims himself the [[CardCarryingVillain master of all evil]] and threatens everyone with a FateWorseThanDeath when he thinks he's triumphed, but his idea of "villainy" is to gloat a little, move into the mayor's office, and loot a few banks and museums. Then when he starts falling for Roxanne, he puts everything back. Let's face it, Megamind isn't clear on the definition of "evil." At least not until [[EvilerThanThou Titan shows him how it's done]].
* ProtagonistTitle: It's his movie, after all.
* PuppyDogEyes: The rain scene.
* RaisedByOrcs: When he landed on Earth, Megamind was raised by the prisoners.
* TheResenter: In addition to his other issues, he turned to crime out of jealousy of Metro Man's fame.
* RottenRockAndRoll: He likes to accompany his villainous acts with rock songs.
* RubberForeheadAlien: He can pass for a human if it wasn't for his head or blue skin.
* ScreamsLikeALittleGirl: Used as a brief gag.
* SingleTargetSexuality: In the opening, Megamind refers to Roxanne as "the girl of his dreams", and his flashbacks suggest that she ''truly'' is the only girl he has eyes for.
* SmugSmiler: His smugness can all be seen on one of his smiles.
* SomethingOnlyTheyWouldSay: Titan sees through Megamind's Metroman disguise due to Megamind's AcCENTUponTheWrongSylLABle.
* SocietyIsToBlame: Downplayed. Megamind was literally raised in a prison by the inmates (because apparently SocialServicesDoesNotExist) and when he went to school he was ostracized for looking different and creating inventions that happened to be a bit buggy, even though he made them trying to gain acceptance. Eventually he decided that if he couldn't be accepted, he'd be a villain instead. It's mostly PlayedForLaughs.
* SpikesOfVillainy: Less prominent than some other [[EvilOverlord Evil Overlords]], but there.
* StalkerWithACrush: Megamind would frequently kidnap Roxanne, "the girl of his dreams", but never would hurt her. And when she made it clear that she never wanted to be with him, he accepted her wishes. Unlike [[{{Yandere}} Hal]].
* StrongFamilyResemblance: As an adult, Megamind grows up to look like his father. Even having a similar beard to his dad.
* TakeOverTheCity: Never seems concerned with anything beyond Metro City.
* ThenLetMeBeEvil: He decided that if he was going to be treated like the bad kid, then he'd be the ''best bad kid on the planet.'' Happens again later after being rejected by Roxanne.
* TookALevelInBadass: Tries to invoke this after getting dumped by Roxanne, but the effect deflates a bit when the new hero ''doesn't even show up.'' Plays it straight when he shows up to rescue Roxanne, with Minion and his entire army of brainbots in tow. As Megamind himself stated, he finally had a ''reason'' to win.
* TookALevelInIdealism: At the end, he learns that GoodFeelsGood.
* TookALevelInKindness: Becomes the new hero for Metro City.
* TragicKeepsake: His disintegrator ray is actually a modified version of his binky his parents gave him as a baby. [[TearJerker Before they died, along with the rest of his people and home planet.]]
* UsedToBeASweetKid: All he wanted when he was little was to make friends.
* VictoryIsBoring: What he feels after killing Metro Man, and these feelings of boredom are what kickstarts the rest of the movie's plot.
* VillainousBSOD: A minor one in realizing that villainy doesn't mean much without a hero. And after Roxanne dumps him.
* VillainousCrush: On Roxanne since before the events of the film, as confirmed by [[WordOfGod the filmmakers' commentary]].
* VillainProtagonist: A deconstructive parody of such.
* WeakButSkilled: He admits that, unlike Metro Man, he doesn't have amazing physical prowess or super powers, but he makes up for it by being an extraordinary GadgeteerGenius who is capable of XanatosSpeedChess.
* WhatBeautifulEyes: See his PuppyDogEyes section.
* XanatosSpeedChess: Quite good at this; see final battle with Titan/Tighten.


->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/DavidCross (films), Drew Massey (video games)

Megamind's friend from his homeworld, a small fish designed as his minion.
* AdorableEvilMinion: Who would have thought a fish for a minion could be so cute.
* {{Adorkable}}: Minion is a dorky, "yes-man" who loves to be melodramatic.
* AffablyEvil: Even moreso than Megamind. In fact, he [[PunchClockVillain quite possibly has the]] [[NiceGuy most pleasant personality]] of the entire cast.
* BadassBiker: When he's disguised as Megamind.
* BeleagueredAssistant: Played with. For the most part, he takes his boss' screw-ups - and blaming for the screw-ups - in stride, but he still has his exasperated moments.
-->'''Roxanne:''' (to Megamind) Your plan's failing! Just ''admit it.''
-->'''Minion:''' Yeah, good luck with ''that'' one...
* TheBigGuy: After his HeelFaceTurn.
* TheBrute: Thanks to his mecha suit, Minion has quite a muscular body.
* CardCarryingVillain: Like Megamind, he embraces being a villain.
* ChildhoodFriends: Ever since their infancy, he and Megamind have been tight-knit companions.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Last of his kind. Went into villainy with Megamind.
* TheDragon: He's Megamind's top enforcer.
* DragonInChief: Minion is arguably a more competent villain than his boss. He often counsels pragmatism (why are we ''making another hero to fight us'' again? Can't we just enjoy the good life?) but is constantly overridden by Megamind's approach to villainy.
* {{Evil Minion|s}}: Though he's alot nicer than the standard.
* HeelFaceTurn: Along with Megamind.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Megamind, since infanthood. They are each other's best friend, closest ally, and partner-in-crime.
* HisNameReallyIsBarkeep: Megamind's parents first referred to him as "minion" and the name just stuck.
* TheLancer: In contrast to Megamind's TheHero status.
* LastOfHisKind: Since Megamind's parents gave him to their son as a minion before their planet's destruction, it's safe to assume that whatever species Minion is served under whatever species Megamind is. And like Megamind's, Minion is the last of his species.
* LivingEmotionalCrutch: It's reasonable to assume that Megamind would've wound up far worse a villain [[AffablyEvil than]] [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain he]] [[NobleDemon did]] without Minion's companionship.
* LoyalAnimalCompanion: He is a fish. ...Or at least an alien that looks like one.
* MeaningfulName: Minion is Megamind's number one ''minion''.
* MinionWithAnFInEvil: He's so pleasant throughout the entire film, that it's highly likely that he went along with Megamind's evil plans less because of being evil and more because it seemed to make his master/friend happy.
* MobileFishbowl: He's a fish-like alien in a large mecha-suit.
* MoralityPet: It's pretty much a given that if Minion wasn't [[AntiVillain Megamind's]] friend, that the said supervillain would be a lot worse.
* NiceGuy: Yes, even as a villain's henchman. ''And'' an [[DarkIsNotEvil alien-angler-in-ape-mecha-suit monstrosity]].
* OnlyFriend: Again, to Megamind.
* OnlySaneMan: He's only second to Roxanne.
* PunchClockVillain: Minion is actually a nice guy.
* ScreamsLikeALittleGirl: Just like his master.
* ShoutOut: His robot gorilla body is based on [[Film/RobotMonster Ro-Man]].
* VillainousFriendship: With Megamind. Minion's UndyingLoyalty to his boss is his most prominent virtue.
* YesMan: As [[WordOfGod described by the filmmakers]]: "He might suggest that jumping off a building isn't the best idea, but in the end, he wouldn't stop [Megamind]; he would just race to the bottom and build a net."


[[folder:Metro Man]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/BradPitt

Megamind's rival, also sent from his dying homeworld as a baby. The difference is, he landed in a rich home.
* TheAce: Incredible powers, handsome, beloved by everyone, and good hair.
* AlliterativeName: '''M'''etro '''M'''an. Later '''M'''usic '''M'''an.
* TheAtoner: Metro Man seems to regret how much of a jerk he was to Megamind when they were children, and as evidenced by his faith that Megamind was meant to be a hero, understands that he had a hand in making Megamind originally see himself as a villain.
* BeardOfSorrow: After he faked his death, he gave up shaving and grew a beard worthy of his face.
* BrattyHalfPint: In their childhood, Metro Man would frequently act like a SmugSuper jerk to Megamind.
* BrokenAce: Despite being the beloved hero and his amazing superpowers, he realized that he was pushed into the role of the hero like Megamind was to being a villain. Using his SuperSpeed to slow time relative to himself, he goes to clear his mind, ended up reading some self-help books, and then faked his death so he could retire.
* BroughtToYouByTheLetterS: Wears a giant, white "M" on his superhero suit.
* TheCape: Wears an actual cape and is the good guy.
* CaptainErsatz: He's almost a carbon copy of {{Superman}}. More specifically the Superdickery and seemingly limitless power-level makes him one for Silver Age Superman.
* ChickMagnet: Many of the ladies go ''ga-ga'' over him.
* ComicallyInvincibleHero: Nothing can hurt him, except for copper. Or so it seems.
* CreateYourOwnVillain: Had Metro Man not been such a jerk (along with the other kids and teacher) to Megamind in their childhood, the latter wouldn't have decided he was "supposed to be the bad guy".
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Like Megamind and Minion, his original planet was destroyed, leaving him the LastOfHisKind. However, it's implied he had a nice childhood compared to Megamind's. Turns out, he apparently grew up trapped into the role of being a superhero when he didn't ask for it.
* DeadEndJob: What he feels [[ButThouMust the role of a hero being thrust upon him]] is. Doing the same boring routine over and over has worn him down into depression. That is, until he gets the idea to fake his own death, and start a new life.
* DreadfulMusician: ~I have eyes/That can see/Right through leeeeeeaaaaad!~
* EnemyMine: {{Subverted}}. Even when Hal threatens the city, Metro Man refuses to help.
* FakingTheDead: His 'corpse' was just a classroom skeleton he wrapped in his cape and tossed at Megamind's lair.
* FlyingBrick: Superhuman strength with the ability to fly.
* {{Foil}}: To Megamind. Both are the [[LastOfHisKind last of their kind]] and came to Earth. However, while Megamind was bullied, and later, feared by the citizens of Metro City, Metro Man was revered and loved. And later on, it turns out that ''both'' of them were pushed into roles they didn't want: Megamind as a villain and Metro Man as a hero.
* FriendlyEnemy: To Megamind. He's even called him "buddy".
* GeniusBruiser: Played with. In the Prequel comic, Megamind makes their rivalry out as Brains vs. Brawn. Yet his flashback shows that he's not the DumbMuscle Megamind indicated he was; but even so, his scenes as Music Man seem to hint that he can still be bit of a [[TheDitz ditz]].
* HeroAntagonist: He's the beloved hero who stops the feared VillainProtagonist.
* HeroicBuild: Is a superhero with a ridiculously buff physique.
* HeroicFatigue: A variation. He wasn't sick of helping people, but felt like he never had a true choice in the matter and decided to retire by faking his death.
* HumanAlien: Like Megamind, he's also from a far away planet. Unlike Megamind, aside from the ridiculously buff physique, he looks pretty much human.
* {{Hunk}}: A huge superhero with handsome features.
* IJustWantToBeNormal: He's tired of being the Hero [[SlaveToPR just because it's expected of him]], so he [[FakingTheDead fakes his death]] and goes into hiding so he can be left alone to do his own thing.
* InvincibleHero: There's really nothing Megamind could ever do against him (incompetence not withstanding). Metro Man later reveals he can simply use his "[[GodModeSue Super Speed]]" ability to move far ''far'' faster than normal time for as long as he wants.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: A SmugSuper who used to bully Megamind before really getting to know him. However, he does care for the citizens of Metro City and is genuinely proud of Megamind becoming Metro City's new defender.
* LanternJawOfJustice: Has one big jaw for his crime fighting.
* LastOfHisKind: Like Megamind, Metro Man is (presumably given the reference, though we never actually see his homeworld destroyed) the last of his alien species.
* LightIsGood: Wears all white, in contrast with Megamind's black ensemble.
* ManInWhite: Invoked to initially lessen sympathy for Metro Man and emphasize his supposed perfection. It makes his emotional depth all the more surprising, as he initially seemed to be a simple, shallow SmugSuper.
* NoNameGiven: He has no secret identity. This turns out to be part of his problem.
** According to the original script, his civilian name is Wayne Scott.
* TheNotLoveInterest: To Roxanne. She confirms they were never anything more than just friends.
* PeekABooCorpse: One that turns out to be little more than a model skeleton wrapped in a white sheet.
* PlatonicLifePartners: The press ''assumed'' he was sweet on Roxanne, but he's not her type.
* PunchClockHero: Fought evil because it was the only thing he knew how to do. Eventually he opts out.
* RetiredBadass: Officially gives up his life as a superhero.
* TheRival: Megamind has viewed him as this since they were young boys.
* SlaveToPR: He's the person society wants him to be, not the person he wants to be.
* SmugSuper: Started off as one. He grew out of it.
* SoProudOfYou: A hidden Metro Man to Megamind, though the latter never hears it. Doubles as a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming.
* StartingANewLife: He [[FakingTheDead pretends to be vaporized]] so he can pursue a... erm... [[DreadfulMusician "music" career]].
* StepfordSmiler: Deep down, he was unhappy with his life and career.
* StrippedToTheBone: Subverted. That wasn't actually his skeleton.
* {{Superdickery}}: The reason the trailer portrays him as a SmugSuper. To be fair he ''was'' pretty smug as a kid and acts quite smug as an adult. For the most part.
* SupermanSubstitute: Basically Superman mixed with Elvis. The crucial difference turns out to be that he has no secret identity, and is *completely* burned out as a result.
* SuperSpeed: At his top speed, the world effectively [[TimeStandsStill stands still]]. He had a mini-breakdown, read an entire self-help book, had an epiphany and planned his fake death all in the time it took for a video camera to advance to the next frame.
* SuperStrength: Can smash through anything without so much as a scratch.
* TookALevelInKindness: He went from bullying Megamind in their childhood to genuinely being proud of him.
* WeaksauceWeakness: According to himself, his weakness is copper. Turns out, he was lying. What his real weakness is, if he even ''has'' one, is anyone's guess.
* WhatTheHellHero: Roxanne calls him out for ''intentionally'' leaving Metro City at the hands of a supervillain. However, he knows [[HarmlessVillain Megamind]] better than anybody and figured that the city wouldn't be in any serious danger.
* YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre: Believes this of Megamind after he declines his and Roxanne's pleas to help out against Titan.

!!Megamind's Inventions

Megamind's robotic servants.

->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/WillFerrell

A robotic version of Megamind made when the latter was still a supervillain.
* AIIsACrapshoot: It attempted to kill Megamind once the latter uses Metro Man's cape.
* ArcVillain: Of The Button of Doom.
* RobotMe: Of Megamind. He retains every trace of Megamind's personality.


[[folder:Roxanne Ritchi]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/TinaFey (film), Megan Hollingshead (games)

Megamind's standard kidnapping victim, and a reporter for KMPC News 8.
* ActionSurvivor: The most normal of the cast and has seen every one of Megamind's tricks.
* AlliterativeName: '''R'''oxanne '''R'''itchi.
* AllLovingHero: Roxanne believes that everyone has a bit of good in them, however small it may be. Hal [[VirtueIsWeakness mocks]] her for this trait.
-->'''Hal/Titan:''' "You see the good in everyone even when it's not there, you live in a fantasy world."
* BeautyMark: Has one on the left side of her face, under her lip.
* BoyishShortHair: Has short hair and is quite a tomboy.
* BrainyBrunette: Megamind even states that she's the "smartest person he knows" when he arrives at her apartment to ask for her help against Titan.
* CaptainErsatz: She's essentially Dreamwork's answer to ComicBook/LoisLane.
* DamselInDistress: Roxanne is a parody of this. She's so used to being kidnapped and rescued that she's not fazed by it any more. She truly qualifies for the trope once Titan goes berserk and takes her hostage during his takeover of Metro City.
* DatingCatwoman: She winds up falling for Megamind (without even realizing it). It's subverted once Megamind [[HeelFaceTurn becomes a hero for real]].
* DeadpanSnarker: All those years of being used as bait for many of Megamind's schemes has really applied a fine razor edge to her wit.
* DudeMagnet: Gets the attention of [[AffablyEvil Megamind]], [[TheCape Metro Man]], and [[PsychopathicManchild Hal]]. She reveals to Megamind that she and Metro Man weren't a couple, and considering the type of person [[{{Yandere}} Hal]] is, she obviously doesn't end up with him; she ultimately ends up with Megamind.
* TheGlomp: Roxanne to Megamind in the final scene.
* HartmanHips: Roxanne probably has the most pronounced hips on any character that Dreamworks has created to date.
* InkSuitActor: She's basically a CGI version of Tina Fey, with short hair.
* InterspeciesRomance: She, a human, ends up in one of these with Megamind, an alien.
* IntrepidReporter: Megamind even warns Minion to beware her "nosy reporter skills".
* LovesMyAlterEgo: She ends up falling in love with Megamind's "Bernard" disguise. She eventually comes to love the real Megamind.
* MagicSkirt: During the scene where she's being flown around the city by Titan, her blue cocktail dress is blown all around every which way, and nary an upskirt shot is to be found.
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: The career-orientated, no-nonsense IntrepidReporter Masculine Girl to Megamind's CampStraight alien Feminine Boy.
* MeaningfulName: In two ways.
** "Roxanne" in the Greek form of the Persian or Bactrian name روشنک (Roshanak) can mean "bright", alluding to her being a BrainyBrunette and OnlySaneWoman.
** Roxanne's not the first Roxanne to be [[Theatre/CyranoDeBergerac wooed by an ugly genius posing as someone else]].
* MoralityPet: Becomes one to [[AntiVillain Megamind]] when the villain started to do good things for her sake. And the only reason he even decided to save Metro City was because ''she'' was endangered.
* NiceGirl: Don't let her snarkiness fool you, Roxanne is a sensitive and selfless person, who truly believes that [[AllLovingHero everyone has goodness in them.]]
* TheNotLoveInterest: She and Metro Man were not a couple, though the public at large assumed they were.
* OfficialCouple: With Megamind.
* OnlySaneWoman: {{Justified}} given she had the most normal life of the cast.
* PluckyGirl: In spite of not being an ActionGirl, she spends the entire later half of the film trying to fight in any way she can to the bitter end when things get really serious and holds on to a faith in [[JusticeWillPrevail the powers of good]] [[HopeSpringsEternal at even the bleakest times]].
* SeenItAll: When it comes to Megamind's dastardly plots and deathtraps.
* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: She gets to know, and falls for, [[NobleDemon the real Megamind]] [[BeneathTheMask behind the]] [[JerkassFacade villain persona]] when he's [[LovesMyAlterEgo under the guise]] of nerdy, unassuming "Bernard". They get together for real once he completes his HeelFaceTurn.
* SmurfettePrinciple: The sole female character of the main cast.
* TheSnarkKnight: Helps her get through each kidnapping by the hands of Megamind until Metro Man comes to rescue her, [[MundaneFantastic as usual]], and she can go on with the rest of her day.
* WhatTheHellHero: To Metro Man after he reveals he [[FakingTheDead faked his own death]] just to quit his job as a hero.
* WideEyedIdealist: According to Titan, she believes that there is at least some good in everyone, [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism in spite of her generally sarcastic attitude]]. He then proceeds to prove her wrong.

[[folder:Lance Lafontaine]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Jack Blessing (film), Creator/CamClarke (video games)

The chief newscaster of KMPC News 8.
* AscendedExtra: While his voice is only heard in the film, he makes his full appearance in "Mega Team Unite".

[[folder:Hal Stewart/Titan/"Tighten"/Blue Tighten]]
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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/JonahHill

Roxanne's cameraman and villain/founder of the Doom Syndicate.
* AbhorrentAdmirer: To Roxanne.
* AllThereInTheManual: In Ultimate Showdown, he founded the Doom Syndicate.
* AscendedFanboy: Deconstructed. As a regular human he secretly despises Metro Man because he thinks Roxanne is in love with him. When he gets superpowers he abuses them trying to impress Roxanne and, when rejected, goes on a selfish, childish rampage.
* AxCrazy: Whenever he gets angry - special note goes to when he discovers Megamind's deception.
* BeneathTheMask: Titan's not nearly as heroic as Megamind hoped he would be.
* BerserkButton: He ''really'' doesn't like being compared to Metro Man.
** He also hates being tricked and made a fool of.
* BewareTheSillyOnes: He's a [[TheDitz bit of a ditz]] before and after his newfound powers bring out the worst of his mental instabilities and ego, but irrespective of the daft things he does and says - Titan is definitely dangerous.
* BewareTheSuperman: Uses his newfound powers to take over the city.
* BeingGoodSucks: He decides that being good has no immediate or long-term benefits despite the tremendous amount of work he's required to put in after being rejected by Roxanne.
* BigBad: While Megamind is responsible for giving him his destructive power, Titan is the one who chose to use them for his own psychopathic amusement.
* BigBadSlippage: Was nothing overtly malevolent before getting his powers, was creepily going after Roxanne after getting his powers, and was a threat after Roxanne rejected his advances.
* ButtMonkey: Gets the most physical slapstick in the movie.
* CaptainErsatz: Hal is ComicBook/JimmyOlsen with the caveat that he has always hated Superman, and when he becomes Titan, he takes on aspects of Superboy-Prime.
* CardCarryingVillain: "This town isn't big enough for ''two'' supervillains." Unlike Megamind, he doesn't wear it like a flag and only because of his anger of not getting what he wanted does he accept the villainous title.
* ChaoticStupid: Initially, but turns ChaoticEvil and SelfishEvil after Roxannne explicitly states that she doesn't want to be with him.
* CoversAlwaysLie: If you never saw the movie, looked at a poster or two, and saw this guy standing triumphantly next to Metro Man, chances are you thought he was a heroic sidekick of sorts. If that's the case, you thought wrong.
* {{Deconstruction}}: Hal is a complete deconstruction of random geeks being given superpowers. Even guys like ComicBook/SpiderMan would've become just like him if they didn't have a strong moral code.
* DirtyCoward: When faced against Metroman (or so he thinks), he immediately drops his "total badass super-villain" act and runs away with his cape between his legs.
* TheDitz: Hal's also the dumbest in the story.
* DoggedNiceGuy: Averted when he decides that he is entitled to have Roxanne.
* DrunkWithPower: Not long after getting his powers, Hal decides that he'd rather use them for his own gain, rather than take on the responsibility of protecting the city.
* EntitledToHaveYou: Unwittingly fueled by Megamind, but he believes that having gained Tighten's powers means he can finally have Roxanne, just because he wants to. He even states as such when she rejects him: "You're supposed to be with ME!"
* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: One of the things he cites as [[AndThisIsFor a reason to beat Megamind]] when attacking Megamind after finding out that 'Space Dad' was Megamind in disguise is that Megamind lied to Space Stepmom, so Hal ''can'' consider the feelings of others, sometimes. It also shows that Hal isn't the smartest, but that's not really news at that point.
* EvilCounterpart: He is this to both [[AntiVillain Megamind]] and [[TheAce Metroman]].
** With Megamind: Physically, Megamind is skinnier and Hal is fatter (muscular after getting Metro Man's powers), and the former is brilliant and the latter seems to have below average intelligence. Both of them have strong romantic feelings for Roxanne, but she genuinely comes to like Megamind because [[SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan he's a good man]], and when she's angry at his deception and doesn't want to see him again, he respects her wishes; [[{{Yandere}} Hal's reaction]] to not getting her affections is to destroy Metro City and attempt to ''kill her''. Also, while Megamind may appear to be a "Bad Guy," he [[HiddenDepths turns out to have a strong moral compass]]; Hal, who appears to be a DoggedNiceGuy, is just a [[EntitledToHaveYou self-entitled]] [[PsychopathicManchild psychopath]].
** With Metro Man: Both are set up to be rivals to Megamind. Metro Man was born with his powers, Hal was only given his powers through Megamind's plans. While Metro Man appeared to be a bully to Megamind in their childhood, he mellows out and even entrusts Metro City in his hands; Hal is first seen as a seemingly nice guy, until he turns out to be an insanely jealous, controlling, petty jerk. In regards to Roxanne, Metro Man is [[PlatonicLifePartners good friends with her]] and is okay with that, while Hal was willing to ''kill'' her just because she wouldn't return his feelings. In addition, Metro Man admits he has spent his life living up to other's expectations of him that were never truly difficult for him, and retired to follow pursuits that could actually challenge him while trusting Megamind to be his successor (which Megamind ultimately lives up to), while Hal worked a thankless job, failed to live up to Megamind's expectations of being Metro Man's successor, and goes the path of least resistance (IE, just threatening and attempting to murder those who don't give him what he wants) when things aren't as easy as he wanted.
* EvilIsPetty: Went on a rampage just because Roxanne wouldn't return his feelings.
* EvilRedhead: He has red hair. He becomes evil after gaining superpowers.
* ExpositoryHairstyleChange: After being given superpowers by the eponymous villain, he gains his voice actor's signature hairstyle.
* FaceHeelTurn: Started off as a decent enough guy, but quickly becomes a {{Jerkass}} because Roxanne didn't want to be with him.
* FieryRedhead: Moreso after becoming Tighten.
* FlyingBrick: After gaining all of Metro Man's powers, which are predominantly {{Flight}}, SuperStrength, EyeBeams and being NighInvulnerable.
* ForTheEvulz: Hal believes being evil is more fun than being good.
* FromNobodyToNightmare: Goes form a dorky cameraman that even the audience doesn't think much of to almost leveling the city.
* GiveGeeksAChance: Subverted and thoroughly deconstructed. Hal is introduced as a painfully awkward nerd who is completely in love with Roxanne, though she just sees him as a workmate. After Megamind gives him superpowers and (unwittingly) encourages him to make his move, he's revealed to be an EntitledToHaveYou PsychopathicManChild who [[IfICantHaveYou doesn't take rejection well]]. What? Just because he's a nerd and likes Roxanne doesn't automatically make him a good person or secretly the man of her dreams.
* HeelFaceTurn: Some point between "Ultimate Showdown" and "Mega Team Unite".
* HeroAntagonist: Invoked. Megamind, bored without an enemy, decides to make him Metro Man's successor. It doesn't work out too well.
* IdiotHero: Although less "hero" and more "villain".
* IfICantHaveYou: Roxanne's rejecting him is what initiates his StartOfDarkness.
* ItsAllAboutMe: Hal is revealed to be a darker and scarily realistic version of this than Megamind.
* {{Jerkass}}: Turns out to be a {{Yandere}} asshole with an entitlement complex.
* JerkassHasAPoint:
** When he tells Roxanne "You never took the time to know me." Kinda hard to blame her for that, but still... It's pretty much the only thing he is right about, which becomes more obvious when Roxanne tries to convince him to become his old self who liked what he was, only to receive the answer that he ''did not'' like what he was.
** While it was made to break her spirits, Hal wasn't wrong that not everyone has good in them.
* KnightOfCerebus: Everyone was so used to Megamind's petty crimes that they were blindsided when a genuinely malicious supervillain appeared.
* LaughablyEvil: Even after he gets his super powers and becomes a super villain, he still has his idiocy making some of his moments quite funny to watch.
* LightIsNotGood: He acted like the dogged nice and socially awkward everyday dork until he got powers and didn't get his way. Even then he kept using lighter colors than Megamind because unlike Megamind he didn't care much about presentation but more about just getting his way. He would't mind playing the hero if he got what he wanted.
* MeaningfulName: Invoked; Megamind-as-Space-Dad explains he chose the name "Titan" for Hal's super-powered form because it invokes a sense of a being of godlike power, which Titan is. FridgeBrilliance is that there's actually several more iterations of this to Hal's names. Firstly, the Titans are, in many versions of the myth, described as beings of petty cruelty and selfish whim, which fits Hal's ultimately villainous attitude to a T. Secondly, Hal believing it's actually "Tighten" is... okay, it's because he's an idiot, but it's also meaningful: "Tighten" means "to squeeze", which fits both his villainous goals -- to force the world into giving him everything he feels he wants -- and the Silver Agey feel of the film. As a bad guy, Tighten ''[[IncrediblyLamePun puts the city in a pinch]]''!
* NeverMyFault: A cornerstone of Hal's personality. He hurts his hand banging it against the van? It's the stupid van's fault. Roxanne rejects his advances? It's not because he came on too strong or too creepy (or, [[EntitledToHaveYou Heaven forbid, she's just not interested]]), ''she'' just doesn't appreciate what a NiceGuy he is. His PsychopathicManchild tantrum on the city puts him in a bad light? ''Megamind'' made a fool out of him. Megamind finally [[ReasonYouSuckSpeech calls him out on this]] near the end of the film.
-->'''Hal/Tighten:''' This is the last time you make a fool out of me!\\
'''Megamind:''' I made you a hero. You did the ''fool'' thing all by yourself!
* NoSenseOfPersonalSpace: Constantly invades Roxanne's personal boundaries.
* NotSoDifferent: Megamind generally goes to ridiculous extremes in lashing out at the world to get attention, but Hal nearly levels the city in a selfish rampage.
* PsychopathicManchild: His reign as Tighten is basically one long, protracted temper tantrum. He also has a clown at his birthday party and generally misses important engagements to play video games.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: His eyes glow bright red when he uses his heat-vision, and once he starts getting out of control, his irises turn dark red.
* RedIsViolent: Red hair, a lot of red on his costume, and far more vicious than Megamind ever was.
* RefusalOfTheCall: He didn't ask to be a superhero, he'd rather be a supervillain.
* RougeAnglesOfSatin: Hal apparently thinks Titan is spelled "Tighten". He's even named such in the credits and art book.
* ScrewTheRulesIHaveSupernaturalPowers: He knows full well that no-one can stop him from doing whatever he wants.
* ShoutOut: His name is a mashup of the two most famous [[ComicBook/GreenLantern Green Lanterns]], '''Hal''' Jordan and John '''Stewart'''. They were also chosen to be superheroes by blue aliens, but handled it a lot better than him.
* SillyRabbitIdealismIsForKids: Roxanne tries talking some sense into Titan, saying that she knows there's still good in him. He simply scoffs at her that she sees good in ''everyone'', even when it's not there.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Most people still aren't entirely sure if his name is officially spelt Titan or Tighten. While it seems that Megamind originally wanted it to be 'Titan', Hal himself writes it as 'Tighten', and official printed media such as the "Art of" book, the character poster and the closing credits spell his name the same way.
* StalkerWithACrush: To Roxanne. What takes it to a new level is the following quote being literal:
--> '''Hal''': There's this really good-looking one I've got my eye on currently. ''*[[GilliganCut zoom to]] Roxanne in her apartment as seen through Hal's [[SuperSenses super vision]]*''
* SuperStrength: Among Metro Man's powers, which he receives.
* TakeOverTheCity: Never seems concerned with anything beyond Metro City.
* ThatManIsDead: The "real Hal," in response to Roxanne's IKnowYoureInThereSomewhereFight.
* TookALevelInBadass: In a very dark way once Megamind gives him Metro Man's power.
* TookALevelInJerkass: Loses all of his sympathy points when he tries to ''kill'' Roxanne just because she didn't want to be his girlfriend. Bonus points for saying ''she'' was the one who hurt him.
* TwoFirstNames: "Stewart" can also be used as a first name.
* TheUnfettered: Which makes him much more dangerous than Megamind or Metro Man.
* VirtueIsWeakness: As mentioned above, he mocks Roxanne's belief that there's good in everyone.
* WalkingSpoiler: The main difference between "Titan" and Hal is just ''so'' hard not to discuss and remember about this character.
* WeaksauceWeakness: Copper. Except not, just like Metroman.
* WeCanRuleTogether: When he first unveils his desire to be a villain, he offers Megamind a partnership. As Titan's sidekick, of course.
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: What happens when an unstable, stalkerish man is given superpowers.
* WouldHitAGirl: Tries to kill Roxanne after she didn't return his feelings.
* {{Yandere}}: Again, to Roxanne. Even before she rejects him, he ''throws her into traffic'' just so he can "save" her and they can hook up.

->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/BenStiller

A bored worker at the museum.
* TheChewToy: He's immediately captured by Megamind and has his identity stolen.
* DeadpanSnarker: "I'm not allowed to insult guests ''directly''."
* DullSurprise: Barely reacted to seeing Megamind, though in his defense he [Bernard] thought that Megamind was fake.
* {{Jerkass}}: His only real on-screen moments involve insulting people.
* {{Megane}}: Wears glasses and is quite handsome.
* NerdsAreSexy: Knows everything about Megamind and is very good looking when he's not slouched over.
* PerpetualFrowner: He never smiles when he's actually on the scene.
* SmallRoleBigImpact: He only appears in one scene but Megamind steals his looks so he can talk to Roxanne.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Subverted - although you have to wait til the credits.

[[folder:The Warden]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/JKSimmons

The warden of Megamind's prison, and the closest thing to a father he has.
* BadassMustache: Sports a nifty one.
* BullyingADragon: His taunting of Megamind at the beginning of the movie. [[LaserGuidedKarma He paid for it later.]]
* DaChief: Of the entire Metro City prison.
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: He is only addressed as 'warden' in the movie.
* InspectorJavert: Megamind has broken so many times out of prison and has been such a CardCarryingVillain for so long that the one time Megamind is seriously acting with repentance and wishing to use his abilities to help people he doesn't want to hear it.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He was pretty supportive of Megamind and Minion when they went off to fight Hal/Titan/Tighten.
* ParentalSubstitute: It's heavily implied he was a father figure for kid Megamind.

!!Doom Syndicate

[[folder:As A Whole]]

A group of super villains that appear after Megamind becomes a hero.
* CanonForeigner: Downplayed, since they originated from a deleted story arc from the film but got re-used in the tie-in video games.
* LegionOfDoom: The team is the Megamind take on the trope.
* HeelFaceTurn: The villains become this in "Mega Team Unite".

[[folder:Destruction Worker]]

->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/FredTatasciore
* ArtificialLimbs: He has sharp construction tools for his hands.
* TheBigGuy: Of the Doom Syndicate.
* DumbMuscle: He is strong, but not that smart.
* StupidEvil: Even though he is dangerous, he isn't that bright.


[[folder:Psycho Delic]]

->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/KeithDavid
* AllThereInTheManual: The art book describes Psycho Delic as a moving skeleton.
* BigNo: He yelled this once he was first defeated by Megamind.
* CoolShades: Even by Psycho Delic's definition.
* DiscoDan: He uses plenty of disco motifs.
* EvilSoundsDeep: Thanks to Creator/KeithDavid doing his voice.
* PurpleIsPowerful: His insignia.
* SkullForAHead: As confirmed by the art book.

[[folder:Hot Flash]]

->'''Voiced by:''' Cara Pifko
* EvilChef: She is this, thanks to her army.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Her name can be considered this.
* PlayingWithFire: She uses and summons fire.


[[folder:Judge Sludge]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Monte Morkham
* BlobMonster
* DropTheHammer: Or rather, his hand that changes into a gavel.
* TheJudge


[[folder:The Conductor]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Danny Jacobs
* PsychoElectro