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The character sheet for the Creator/{{Pixar}} and Creator/{{Disney}} animated films ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' and ''WesternAnimation/Incredibles2''.

!!The Parr[=/=]Incredible Family

[[caption-width-right:250:''"That was the best vacation ever!!! I love our family!!!"'']]
The titular family of superheroes.
* BadassFamily: A superhero family! By the end of the movie, every Parr except for Jack-Jack (who is a baby and had very little screen time) has a body count.
* ABoyAGirlAndABabyFamily: Dash, Violet, and Jack-Jack respectively.
* DominoMask: Their new costumes include one.
* DysfunctionalFamily: First shown as this, through Bob and Dash's dissatisfaction at having to live an average life and keep their powers hidden under the [[SuperRegistrationAct Super Relocation Act]], Violet angsting about not being normal, the arguments between siblings and parents at the dinner table and Helen butting heads with Bob over his late-night vigilante antics. Thankfully, the events of the movie contribute to bring them all closer by the end.
* GoodIsNotSoft: The Incredibles are ''not'' against using deadly force against the various {{mooks}} they encounter and/or indirectly causing them to die- heck, ''[[KidHero Dash]]'' racks up the highest kill count among them by getting the goons chasing him to crash their velicipods into the surroundings. However, this trope is completely Justified; turns out, super-heroing is a dangerous business and it's a lot harder than it sounds to just take bad guys alive when they're actively trying to kill you.
* LamarckWasRight: Averted. Both Dash's and Violet's powers are radically different from their parents. And that's not even scratching Jack-Jack's ComboPlatterPowers.
* MySuitIsAlsoSuper: The red suits are tailored for each member of the family by Edna Mode. As she explains, "Your daughter's suit will disappear as completely as she does".
* RedIsHeroic: Their supersuits are all heroic red. Edna designed them after all.
* SuperFamilyTeam: There's a posed shot in the later half of the film in such a pose.
* SuperHero: All of them have the powers and the costumes and heroics.

[[folder:Bob Parr[=/=]Mr. Incredible]]
[[caption-width-right:250:''"Every superhero has a secret identity. I don't know a single one who doesn't. I mean, who wants the pressure of being super all the time?"'']]
->'''Voiced by:''' Craig T. Nelson

->''"No matter how many times you save the world, it always manages to get back in jeopardy again. Sometimes I just want it to stay saved! You know?! For a little bit. I feel like the maid: "I just cleaned up this mess! Can we keep it clean for, for 10 minutes?! Please?!""''

Mr. Incredible is a super-hero from the Golden Age. He marries Elastigirl shortly before they're forced to retire and enter the "Supers Relocation Program" by a new law banning vigilante superheroics, legislation that was inspired in large part by the collateral damage resulting from Bob's superheroic activities.
* {{Acrofatic}}: He's put on some weight since his superhero days, but his fight with the Omnidroid shows he's not completely out of practice.
* ActionDad: A vigilante-superhero after he finished his work at Insuricare and before tucking his kids into bed.
* AllLovingHero: Bob helps people for a living, even when he has a MeanBoss whose policy is to help people as little as possible.
* AmazonChaser: Fell in love with and married [[ActionGirl fellow crimefighter]] [[RubberWoman Elastigirl]].
* BadassInDistress: As Syndrome's prisoner.
* BadlyBatteredBabysitter: When he is left to care for Jack-Jack in ''Incredibles 2'', he has about as much success handling an infant who won the SuperpowerLottery as Kari did.
* BattleCouple: With Helen. They were on patrol on their wedding day.
* BewareTheNiceOnes:
** When Bob tells Huph that a man is getting mugged, the latter threatens to fire him if he goes out to help. This so offends Bob's sense of justice that he snaps, giving Huph a NeckLift and throwing him through four walls from his office to the outside hallway.
** When he believes that Syndrome has killed his family, he reaches his RageBreakingPoint and tries to grab Syndrome but catches Mirage instead. He comes ''really close'' to crushing Mirage to death, but ultimately can't go through with it.
* BigEater: Once competed in (And won) a massive eating contest with Thunderhead. Consisting of 47 boysenberry pies, 8 banana cream pies, 3 apple crumbs and a liter of mayonnaise.
* BruiserWithASoftCenter: Bob is tough as nails against anything Syndrome can throw at him except the possibility of losing his family. The mere thought reduces him to being barely able to speak.
* ButtMonkey While trying to "fit in" to a normal family life.
* TheCape: While he does not wear one, that doesn't stop him from being a strong example of one.
* CharacterDevelopment: Over the course of the film, Bob realizes how his selfish and loner attitude nearly costs him his family and has given both up by the end.
* ChronicHeroSyndrome: Will stop for anything as a simple as getting a cat down from a tree. Actively seeks opportunities to be a hero. Also makes it difficult for him to settle down after the abolition of superheroes.
* CombatPragmatist: He's certainly not above attacking a villain while he's in the middle of a monologue.
* DatingCatwoman: A DownplayedTrope. He doesn't have an affair with Mirage (although he inadvertently gave that impression to Helen), but they have quite flirty banter.
* DeskJockey: Mr. Incredible is forced to become one to support his family's normal middle class life and hates it ''so much'' he sneaks a little vigilantism on the side.
* DesperatelyLookingForAPurposeInLife: After being forced into retirement, he's stuck in a job he hates and just wants to find a way to feel like he used to.
* ExperiencedProtagonist: ''The Incredibles'' starts with Mr. Incredible as a famous superhero. Much of the plot involves how he deals with being forced underground, then getting a chance to get back in the game.
* FriendToAllChildren: Being a parent aside, a crayon drawing has Mr. Incredible saving a bus full of kids from a cliff.
* GeniusBruiser: The movie shows that Bob has great tactical and strategic intelligence given how well he fights the various criminals and Omnidroids in the film and he uses it to infiltrate Syndrome's base without detection. He is also shown to have mastered the maze of Insuricare's bureaucracy such that he can advise his clients how to best circumvent it.
* GloryDays: He wants to be a hero again.
* GoodParents: He slips into ParentalObliviousness at times, but he gets better.
* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: Receding hair of gold, anyway: though he is getting on in years and has become more cynical with time, Mr. Incredible is characterized as a stand-up, classic superhero in many ways.
* HappilyMarried: Downplayed. Bob loves Helen, but is often frustrated by how unexciting normal family life is.
* HeroesWantRedheads: He's married to a redheaded heroine.
* HeroicBuild: As a super strong golden age hero, he is a built like a tank. His young self is buff, true to trope, but years of office work have made him go to seed quite a bit. When he gets back in the hero game and begins working out again, he becomes noticeably slimmer aound the waist and broader around the chest, but not his youthful shape.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Lucius. They've been best friends and superhero partners for a long time.
* HotBlooded: He gets annoyed easily when the subject of the "good old days" comes back.
* IJustWantToBeSpecial: Or, "I Just want to be Special ''Again.''"
* ImprobableParkingSkills: Seriously, few people would be able to park an RV on all four wheels, after rolling it over and having it dropped from a high altitude.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: He takes out a mook ''with a coconut''. His strength is probably the reason it works. When you have SuperStrength, anything throwable becomes a weapon.
* ImmuneToBullets: One of his mementos is a jar full of deformed rounds with the label "Bullets That Bounced Off Me."
* InnocentBlueEyes: Bob's blue eyes represent his nice, noble heroic personality.
* JadedWashout: After being forced into retirement he is bitter and works for an insurance company, and chafes under the urges of his ChronicHeroSyndrome.
* LanternJawOfJustice: Again, as a golden age superhero; of course he has one of these.
* NiceGuy: He's not a superhero because he loves thrills; he's a superhero because he loves helping people. He has a long history of doing so as an insurance agent too. He's also a pretty friendly guy, most of the time.
* NighInvulnerable: Mr. Incredible is able to withstand tremendous amounts of physical trauma and blunt forces, including multistory falls, electrocution, the direct impact of a train, and breaking through brick walls. He can be cut, though, with very hard metals and a suitable amount of force. Despite the fact that Mr. Incredible has a high degree of resistance to impacts and pain, things that produce a large blunt force can still hurt him or even pierce his skin (Just before the aforementioned impact of a train, he winces with the knowledge that it's going to hurt).
* OldSuperhero: Has been retired long enough for his oldest child to be born and grow to a high school age.
* OneHeadTaller: He's just over one head taller than his wife Helen, though she will stretch taller than him when she's angry at him.
* PapaWolf: Hurt his children and he ''will'' make every effort to kill you. He'll even seriously contemplate taking out his rage on a random minion. Or throw a car at you as you make your getaway rant.
* PermaStubble: He grows out a serious case of unkempt stubble as taking care of Jack-Jack takes its toll.
* RedOniBlueOni: The Red to Lucius's Blue. Colors aside, he is more gung-ho and adventure seeking.
* RetiredBadass: For a while because of the Super Relocation Program..
* SmarterThanYouLook: You'd expect him to be the DumbMuscle. You'd be wrong.
* SpiderSense: {{Implied|Trope}} in the movie, [[AllThereInTheManual confirmed in the DVD extras]].
* StoutStrength: He gains a lot of weight in the years after his forced retirement, but he's still got his super-strength.
* SuperStrength: His primary power.
* TeamDad: Once the family is together as [[TheTeam a team.]]
* ThouShaltNotKill: Downplayed. He's no murderer, and he doesn't set out to kill anybody in battle, but if it's necessary to save lives he will not pull punches. He takes Mirage hostage and threatens to kill her to force Syndrome to release him, but when Syndrome calls his bluff, he is unable to go through with deliberate murder. When Syndrome rants that he will not rest until he's abducted Jack-Jack, though, Bob is having none of that and tosses a car into Syndrome's escape plane.
* TopHeavyGuy: Without his super strength, one would wonder how his small legs support his great chest.
* WorldsStrongestMan: In a setting where pretty much every other superhero is a street-leveler and often a GlassCannon, Bob defies the trend by being NighInvulnerable and possessing of truly enormous levels of super strength. He bench presses ''300-ton locomotives'' a dozen times in a row as part of light reps he performs to get back in shape. He's so overwhelmingly powerful that the NSA profiles on the [[AllThereInTheManual DVD special features]] think "Super Strength" and "Super Durability" [[BrokeTheRatingScale aren't sufficient]] to describe him, unlike with every other superhero with that power set. Instead he gets the unique labels "Mega-Strength" and "Near-Invulnerability."
* WouldHitAGirl: While he never goes through with it, he was ''very'' close to choking Mirage to death.

[[folder:Helen Parr[=/=]Elastigirl]]
[[caption-width-right:200:''"Of course I have a secret identity! Can you see me in this at the, at the supermarket? Come on! Who'd wanna go shopping as Elastigirl? You know what I mean?"'']]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/HollyHunter

->''"Settle down? Are you kidding? I'm at the top of my game! I'm right up there with the big dogs! Girls, come on. Leave the saving of the world to the men? I don't think so. I don't think so."''

Mr. Incredible's wife, Helen Parr is the mother of three children. Ever since the government forced her to stop being Elastigirl, she has problems getting her family of supers to fit in.
* ActionGirl: Talks about it proudly in the intro.
* ActionMom: Page image! "Sock'er Mom!"
* BadassDriver: Helen is an accomplished pilot.
* BattleCouple: With Bob; see his entry.
* BrainyBrunette: Helen has auburn (reddish-brown) hair and is an accomplished tactician.
* ExperiencedProtagonist: She's first seen as a superhero easily taking out a thief. And she skillfully evades detection while searching for her husband.
* ExpositoryHairstyleChange: Her hair becomes shorter after superheroes are forced to retire and she becomes a mother.
* FieryRedhead: Had this in her youth, though it darkens to auburn during the TimeSkip, as red hair often does in RealLife.
* FormerlyFit: {{Downplayed|Trope}}. She doesn't let herself go nearly as much as Bob did, even after having three kids, but she's still gained some weight, which she disapproves of when she gets a look at her behind in a mirror midway through the film.
* GoodParents: She's much happier doing the domestic parenting thing than Bob.
* HappilyMarried: {{Downplayed|Trope}}. Helen loves Bob, but get exasperated by his sneak-outs to relive the glory days.
* HartmanHips: She seems to dislike hers. Passing a reflective metal surface, she happens to get a glance of her butt and sighs unhappily, indicating that she had gained quite a lot of weight in that area.
* HomeSweetHome: All she wants is to move on and enjoy life.
* {{Housewife}}: Somehow manages to make an apparently seamless and total shift from superheroine to homemaker during the TimeSkip.
* ImpossibleHourglassFigure: Justified, as she's elastic and can modify her body however she pleases...well, except for her butt.
* MamaBear: This woman will literally die to protect her children.
* MySuitIsAlsoSuper: "Your suit can stretch as far as you can, without injuring yourself - and still retain its shape. Virtually indestructible... and it breathes like Egyptian cotton!"
* NiceGirl: Humble, loving, maternal, and supportive.
* NighInvulnerability: {{Downplayed|Trope}}. While she can be stunned by blunt force, as demonstrated by the destruction of the plane carrying her, Violet, and Dash, she is a tough "made of rubber" example of this trope. It helps that her super suit offers a high degree of protection.
* OnlySaneWoman: She is the most well-adjusted to living a normal life, compared with the rest of her family.
* PowerPerversionPotential: Subtly implied (it is a PG movie, after all) with her extreme flexibility.
* RetiredBadass: For a while and for the same reason as Bob. She does ''not'' want to come out of retirement.
* RubberWoman: Her power is super-stretchiness.
* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Helen did marry [[NiceGuy Bob]], a (former) superhero.
* SomethingPerson: Her superhero name is Elastigirl.
* SpeechImpediment: She has a slight lisp.
* SuperSenses: She has very good eye sight; she notices an incredibly tiny piece of rubble on Bob's clothes, a single platinum hair on the suit he wore to dinner with Mirage and later the detailed stitching of Edna's repair on Bob's old super-suit.
* TeamMom: For the super family team.
* WeightWoe: Is definitely not fond of her tush, which becomes harder to ignore when she's wearing a skin-tight super suit.
* WomenAreWiser: She copes with not being a superhero much better than Bob does. It helps that she doesn't have a soul-crushing job.

[[folder:Violet Parr]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/SarahVowell

The oldest child in the Parr family. Violet has a crush on popular student Tony Rydinger, but she is too shy to talk to him. She has the power to create force fields and turn invisible.
* ActionGirl: She's not on her mother's level, being younger, but she can hold her own.
* {{Adorkable}}: Her crush shyness earns her this status.
* AdrenalineMakeover: By the end of the story she has confidence and a new look; she doesn't use her hair to hide her face anymore.
* BadassAdorable: Her {{Adorkable}} moments and the fact that she grows into the super hero she was meant to be.
* BadassBookworm: She reads fashion magazines and does cursive writing in her diary. Violet has been shown to be very intelligent. For instance, she came up with the idea to fly a rocket by using the coordinates from the last launch when no one else did. She also knew how to escape from her electrical bonds that Syndrome kept her and her family in, and was easily able to deactivate their restraints.
* BarrierWarrior: One of her powers is to create force fields.
* BigSisterInstinct: After Dash saved her from getting shot by a mook, Violet saved him from the same fate. Even more awesome on Violet's part is just before she forms the hamster ball with Dash, she saw that Dash was about to be shot by a mook. Violet ''threw herself'' in front of her little brother, and was ''surprised'' that she formed the force field. She was about to [[HeroicSacrifice die for her baby brother]]. This girl has got guts.
* BrattyTeenageDaughter: Acts like this at the beginning, but she [[CharacterDevelopment gets over it.]]
* BrotherSisterTeam: With Dash -- they learn to work together with their powers while on Nomanisan Island.
* CharacterDevelopment: In the ending, she goes from being shy to being outgoing and much happier.
* ColorMotifs: Purple. Her clothing, post and pre-{{character development}}, involved purple. Her forcefields also have a purple tinge to them.
* EmoTeen: Played straight in the first half of the movie with her dark clothings and depressed mood. {{Averted}} by the ending.
* ExpositoryHairstyleChange: Violet Parr spends most of the movie with her hair in her face. After a pep talk from her mom Helen — and realizing she could get in a fight she keeps her hair restrained behind her ear with a headband, probably to signal growing confidence. This is commented on by her father at the end of the film and the boy she has a crush on notices as well.
* FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling: The responsible (doesn't get into trouble at school) to Dash's foolish (uses his super-speed to play a prank on his teacher).
%%* FreudianTrio: The Superego to Dash's Ego and Jack-Jack's Id.
* HairDecorations: She starts to wear a headband later in the film.
* IJustWantToBeNormal: At first she didn't like her superpowers.
* ImportantHairAccessory: The common shy girl variant, in which she sweeps her bangs back under a headband in the middle of the film, allowing us to see her full face and symbolizing her newfound self-confidence.
* InsecureLoveInterest: Violet is too shy and scared to even confront her crush, Tony Rydinger. [[CharacterDevelopment She grows out of it.]]
* InSeriesNickname: She's called "Vi" by her family and close friends.
* {{Invisibility}}: Violet has the ability to render herself wholly or partially invisible at will, she cannot turn her normal clothing invisible, and can only turn her whole self invisible when wearing her super-suit, which is constructed of a material that turns invisible when she does.
* KidHero: She's 14 and becomes a superhero in the end.
* LittleMissBadass: A teen example of the trope. Develops into one during the course of the film: Mentally and physically.
* MeaningfulName: Threefold: She's a ''{{Shrinking Violet}}'', which references her shyness; ultraviolet, which is a range of light wavelengths invisible to the human eye; and the color she favors in her clothing and dyed hair.
* NoodlePeople: She's quite skinny.
* PeekABangs: At the beginning. As she gains more confidence in herself, she has gotten rid of it so we see ''both'' of her eyes.
* PersonalityPowers: A shrinking violet who turns invisible and puts up barriers around herself?
* PurpleIsPowerful: Violet can generate a near-indestructible, purple-tinged force field around herself or other targets, which she has used defensively or, with the right help, offensively.
* TheQuietOne: She's the most reserved of her family.
* RavenHairIvorySkin: Long, black hair with a pale complexion.
* ShrinkingViolet: She is a very shy girl, and her name is "Violet" appropriately enough.
* ShyBlueHairedGirl: Violet is the only one in her family with black hair with plenty of blue highlights, and she's also the only one who is shy.
* SmittenTeenageGirl: The first thing we see her do is admire her crush from afar: Tony Rydinger.
* StoneWall: Her force fields are primarily defensive in nature.
* TeensAreShort: [[AllThereInTheManual Wiki Resources]] list her height at 5ft 2inches.
* TinyGuyHugeGirl: A sibling version. The Huge Girl to Dash's Tiny Guy. {{Justified}} since Violet is older than Dash.
* TookALevelInBadass: Her powers are influenced by her mood and mental state. As a result, she's much less powerful before she overcomes her ShrinkingViolet status.
* TookALevelInCheerfulness: Violet starts out massively introverted and socially reserved, too shy to even speak to a boy she likes. After embracing her superpowers to thwart the villainous [[BigBad Syndrome]], Violet emerges from her cocoon, displays more confidence and starts making friends.

[[folder:Dash Parr]]
[[caption-width-right:250:''"Look! I'm the Dash!"'']]
->'''Voiced by:''' Spencer Fox (first movie), Huck Milner (second movie)

The middle child of the Parr family. He has super-speed powers and gets into trouble at school because he wants to play sports. His mom insists that competing in sports events would be cheating, even if he only won by a little.
* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Annoying Violet is part of his everyday life.
* BadassAdorable: As a precocious and mischievous nine year old, he has the adorable down pat. While he is still inexperienced and unskilled in the full used of his powers, he has the highest kill count of all "The Incredibles" while on the island as he lures mook after mook into crashing their velocipods.
* BigBrotherInstinct: {{Inverted|Trope}}. He's the ''younger'' brother but is fiercely protective of his ''older'' sister, Violet. When a mook was trying to shoot Violet, Dash knocked him down with his superspeed, jumped on his chest and started pounding on him while yelling... [[PunctuatedPounding "DON'T! TOUCH! MY! SISTER!"]]
* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: The Blonde to Violet's Brunette and Jack-Jack's Redhead.
* BrotherSisterTeam: With Violet -- they learn to work together with their powers while on Nomanisan Island.
* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: Dash inherited his father's blond hair, and evolves into a hero.
* FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling: The foolish (uses his super-speed to play a prank on his teacher) to Violet's responsible (doesn't get into trouble at school).
* FragileSpeedster: Has super speed, but is otherwise still a kid. A Mook is able to knock him off his velocipod with a single punch.
* GenerationXerox: Is practically a spitting image of his dad.
* InSeriesNickname: Almost always referred to as "Dash".
* {{Keet}}: His response to the super hero legacy is to go super speed and gush about 'cool outfits'.
* KidHero: School age super speedster.
* MeaningfulName: Guess what super power '''Dash''' has.
* PintSizedKid: {{Justified|Trope}}, as he's only about nine years old.
* PintSizedPowerhouse: Zig-zagged. As a speedster, Dash can utilize physics to generate power (ie Force=Mass*Acceleration). However, as a child, he doesn't have much mass so he needs to leverage his acceleration. When he tries his RapidFireFisticuffs against a mook, it's largely ineffective due to his small mass and the short distance of his punches doesn't allow for much acceleration time. However, when he later speeds directly into the mook trying to shoot Violet, he's able to knock him completely off his feet and send him sprawling.
* ThePrankster: His first scene has him using his super-speed to play a prank on his teacher ''during class''. It's heavily implied that Dash has done this before.
* RapidFireFisticuffs: He can pull this off with super speed.
* SmugSuper: He shows signs of becoming one - he's already pretty smug.
* SpellMyNameWithAThe: Refers to himself as "The Dash."
* StevenUlyssesPerhero: Dash the speedster.
* SuperReflexes: When Dash accidentally lands on one of the velicopods, the mook pilot is completely unable to land blow on Dash until he was distracted by the incoming cliff.
* SuperSpeed: He can move so fast that he can pull a prank on camera and avoid punishment because the camera can't keep up with him. He also fast enough to run on water and casually came in second place in a school race while everyone else was winded.
* TinyGuyHugeGirl: A sibling version. The Tiny Guy to Violet's Huge Girl. {{Justified|Trope}} since he's younger than Violet and probably hasn't started puberty yet.
* WalkOnWater: Not one of his natural powers, but he can run fast enough to do it.
* YouthfulFreckles: He's a 10 year old boy with freckles which are even more noticeable in the sequel.

[[folder:Jack-Jack Parr]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Eli Fucile and Maeve Andrews

The youngest member of the Parr family, Jack-Jack has not learned how to talk and hasn't shown any signs of possessing super-powers.
* TheBabyOfTheBunch: ''Literally''--Jack-Jack is the youngest of his siblings and member after his family decide to do superhero work.
* BadassAdorable: A baby with a plethora of superpowers.
%%* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: The Redhead to Violet's Brunette and Dash's Blond.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Jack-Jack is an adorable baby. However, when he becomes aware that Syndrome is taking him away from his mother, his latent superpowers manifest violently as he ''explodes into fire, becomes metal and transforms into a demonic-looking imp that attacks Syndrome.''
* CheerfulChild: When not being kidnapped, he is generally a calm, cheerful, adorable baby.
* ComboPlatterPowers: He demonstrates a lot of different powers, most of them in ''Jack-Jack Attack''.
* FieryRedhead: Well, he inherited his mother's red hair... at the end, he becomes irate when Syndrome attempts to abduct him, and he proceeds to use his shape-shifting powers to turn himself into a ''very literal'' example.
* {{Flight}}: Or possibly PowerFloats. One of his powers, though which one is uncertain.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: When Edna show's Helen the suit she made for Jack-Jack, every ability she put into it matches the abilities he shows at the end.
%%* FreudianTrio: The Id to Violet's Superego and Dash's Ego.
* InSeriesNickname: Jack-Jack's full name is John Jackson Parr--but everyone calls him Jack-Jack for short, though.
* IntangibleMan: He can float through walls.
* LateArrivalSpoiler: As of the teasers for ''WesternAnimation/Incredibles2'', Jack-Jack's various superpowers are made apparent.
* MagicPants: Zig-zagged. When he discovers his teleporting powers, his diaper remains behind and doesn't travel with him. However, when he uses his powers to fight Syndrome, his diaper does remain perfectly intact when he bursts into flames and transforms into a monster.
* MeaningfulName: A true [[SuperpowerLottery jack of all trades]].
* NeverTrustATrailer: Featured prominently in promotional material despite basically having no role in the flim's plot.
* RepetitiveName: He's called "Jack-Jack", as opposed to just Jack. It's not his full name, but you wouldn't know that just from the film.
* StrongFamilyResemblance: Out of his siblings, Jack-Jack resembles their mother the most.
* SuperpowerLottery: He's got more powers than the entire family put together.
* TeleportersAndTransporters: It doesn't work in terms of keeping his diaper on.
* VoluntaryShapeshifting: He shapeshifts into a monster when Syndrome tries to kidnap him.
* WalkingSpoiler: Sure, he does get some screen time, but his having superpowers is the spoiler.

!!Other Characters

[[folder:Mr. Gilbert Huph]]
[[caption-width-right:200:''"They're penetrating the bureaucracy!"'']]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/WallaceShawn

Bob's immediate supervisor at Insuricare. He is a short-tempered ([[TheNapoleon and short]]) man who often butts heads with Bob about his graciousness to customers' claims.
* AmusingInjuries: He's in traction after Mr. Incredible throws him through the wall of his office (and a few more walls behind it).
* BullyingADragon: Classic case of little guy pushing around big guy (Bob) because Big guy can't do anything about it without getting in trouble.
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Regardless of whether their clients' policy covers them, he only cares about Insuricare's profitability. During their meeting, Huph makes it clear he isn't happy with Bob's customers dodging every roadblock that Insuricare puts in place to prevent paying claims.
-->'''Bob:''' Are you saying that we shouldn't help our customers?\\
'''Huph:''' The law ''requires'' that I answer no.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: His first five seconds on-screen involve him brushing a weeping old lady out of his way so he can confront Bob.
* FatalFlaw: His Greed and LackOfEmpathy ends up causing Bob to seriously injure him.
* FourEyesZeroSoul: Even though Huph wears glasses, he's a calculating and greedy executive who serves as a foil to Bob's sense of justice.
* {{Greed}}: His obsession with money is why he is more concerned with earning more money than giving his clients the insurance they need.
* HateSink: He is a cruel insurance executive who actively discourages his workers from granting their clients' insurance claims. His only loyalty is to his stockholders and the profitability of Insuricare. This makes his comeuppance at Bob's hand intensely satisfying.
* ItsAllAboutMe: All he cares about is helping his ''own'' people in his business, rather than others.
* {{Jerkass}}: Not only does he not think much of Bob, but he is greedy and willing to help his own people in his business as opposed to providing customers with the insurance they need.
* LackOfEmpathy: When Bob points out a man down on the street is getting mugged, Huph's response is "Well, let's hope we don't cover him!"
* LargeHam: Goes completely off the deep end when he figures out Bob has been letting his customers do an end-run around the bureaucracy. Not to mention it also comes with him being played by Creator/WallaceShawn.
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: {{Implied|Trope}}. After Huph tells Rick about Bob's dismissal, Rick probably erased Huph's memories of Bob's super strength.
* LaserGuidedKarma: After forbidding Bob from helping a mugging victim, he gets a far worse beating than said victim.
* LoopholeAbuse: Uses this often to deny claims, and then worries when Bob's customers learn to turn this back on him.
* MeanBoss: His entire role in the movie is be a greedy jerk that Mr. Incredible hates working for as a normal guy.
* TheNapoleon: He clearly gets a buzz out of humiliating the extremely tall Bob and forcing him to comply with his authority.
* ObstructiveBureaucrat: He worries about losing the "obstructive" part thanks to Bob.
* SmugSnake: It's made pretty evident how satisfying it feels to him to keep Bob on his leash by the way he orders him around. You know, before Bob responds by plunging his body through several walls.

[[folder:Lucius Best/Frozone]]
[[caption-width-right:273:''"I don't see anyone from the old days, Bob. Just you. And we're pushing our luck as it is.'']]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/SamuelLJackson

->''"Super-ladies, they're always trying to tell you their secret identity. Think it'll strengthen the relationship or something like that. I say, "Girl, I don't wanna know about your mild-mannered alter ego or anything like that." I mean, you tell me you're, uh, super-mega-ultra-lightnin' babe? That's all right with me. I'm good. I'm good."''

A retired superhero with ice-based powers, and Bob's best friend from the old days. Unlike Bob, he's settled into civilian life and only reluctantly joins him on his attempts to relive the GloryDays.
* BadassMustache: Sports a thin mustache and a very good superhero.
* BaldOfAwesome: Bald, but a very competent superhero.
* BlueIsHeroic: White and light blue super suit.
* CoolUncle: Not by blood, but he's an uncle figure to Bob and Helen's kids. It's implied that he's the kids' godfather.
* DeadpanSnarker: Primarily earlier in the film, as later on he's fighting for his life while badly out of condition.
* DidntWantAnAdventure: "I WANTED TO GO BOWLING!"
* ElementalBaggage: Needs to use the water available around him to make his ice.
* FatAndSkinny: The Skinny to Bob's Fat. Although, Bob gets more fit later on.
* FormerlyFit: Averted, as he's the only super seen in the present day who ''didn't'' put on weight in the TimeSkip, unlike Bob and Helen.
* HenpeckedHusband: {{Implied|Trope}}.
-->'''Mrs. Best''': Greater good? I am your WIFE! I am the GREATEST GOOD you're ever gonna get!
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Bob. They've been best friends and superhero partners for a long time.
* AnIcePerson: Generating ice is his superpower.
* IKnowMaddenKombat: He uses moves similar to speed skating while creating ice paths in battle.
* LargeHam: His "Where's My Super Suit?!" moment counts.
* LogicalWeakness: He relies on the water in the air to use his ice powers. When he's in a place with no water, like an apartment fire, he's useless. He also sometimes needs to keep hydrated himself, needing to request a drink of water while held at gun point for his chance to escape.
* NeverHeardThatOneBefore: To Bob's "[[IncrediblyLamePun ICE of you to drop by]]" line.
* NiceGuy: Cool (no pun intended), laid-back, friendly, brave, and heroic.
* PermaStubble: The film neither confirms nor denies whether he ever shaves, but it's never more than stubble with him.
* PersonalityPowers: The cool and collected Frozone has [[AnIcePerson ice powers.]]
* RedOniBlueOni: The Blue to Bob's Red. He's more mellow and aware of how dangerous their vigilante hobby can be.
* RetiredBadass: He's in the same boat as Mr. Incredible.
* SaltAndPepper: With Bob. Lucius would honestly rather go bowling, like what they said they were doing to their wives, than find crises to barge into so they can risk their lives and their families.
* SuperHero: Just like Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl.

[[folder:Edna Mode]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/BradBird

A diminutive but brilliant fashion designer who, back in the day, designed costumes for superheroes.
%%* AlwaysCamp
* AsianAndNerdy: Downplayed since she's half-Japanese. However, she remembers all of her clients' cape incidences, including the dates.
* BadassBookworm: A brilliant fashion designer and super-suit engineer who takes no shit from anyone.
* BerserkButton: {{Badass Cape}}s on superhero outfits. Very likely because she designed those outfits.
-->'''Edna''': November 15th of '58! All was well, another day saved, when...his cape snagged on a missile fin!\\
'''Bob/Mr. Incredible''': Thunderhead was not the brightest bu-\\
'''Edna''': Stratogale! April 23rd, '57! Cape caught in a jet turbine!\\
'''Bob/Mr. Incredible''': E, you can't generalize about these things-\\
'''Edna''': [[DeathMontage Meta Man, express elevator! Dynaguy, snagged on takeoff! Splashdown, sucked into a vortex!]] NO CAPES!
* BunnyEarsLawyer: An eccentric and hammy woman who is a genius at designing super suits.
* BrainyBrunette: She may consider herself a fashion designer, but her designs require ''seriously heavy-duty'' AppliedPhlebotinum.
* {{Catchphrase}}: Dahling.
* ChewingTheScenery: Everything she does is larger than life, from her expressions to her blunt opinions, to her body language.
* CoolOldLady: A hammy and eccentric super suit designer.
* TheCuckoolanderWasRight: Don't brush off her warnings about wearing capes. Syndrome experienced this first-hand.
* CrazyPrepared: When Edna decides to make the entire Parr family new costumes, she tailors each suit to the wearer's powers. With Jack-Jack's powers unknown she says she "covered the basics" which includes being roomy for free movement, comfortable fabric for sensitive skin, able to withstand temperatures over 1000 degrees, completely bullet-proof and machine washable.
-->'''Helen''': What on Earth do you think the baby will be doing?\\
'''Edna''': Well, I'm sure I don't know, darling. Luck favors the prepared.
* CrossdressingVoices: She is voiced by the ''male'' director of the film. Ironically, a female voice actress was hired for the role but when the director spoke her lines in-character to give her an example of what he was looking for, she said that he did it better than she could.
* DeadpanSnarker: The only parts of her dialogue that are ''not'' bitting wit are her hammy lines, which are also snarky.
* TheFashionista: She's a fashion designer but she actually ''hates'' working for the fashion industry. In her opinion, compared to super''heroes'', super''models'' make profoundly uninteresting subjects.
* FashionDesigner: And specializes in superhero clothes.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: She mentions how tons of heroes met their downfall due to capes. Guess what happens to Syndrome?
* GadgeteerGenius: Ordinarily, super-geniuses work in electronics. She went into textile engineering instead. Friction-proof clothing? Bomb-proof spandex? Fabric that becomes invisible in sympathy with its wearer?
-->'''E:''' And machine washable, dahling. That's a new feature.
* GenkiGirl: Just listen to that phone call. It's almost too much for both Helen and the receiver.
* GloryDays: She misses the Golden Age too.
-->''"Super"models, nothing super about them, stupid spoiled little stick figures with poofy lips who think only of themselves. FEH! I used to design for '''gods'''!''
* ImpossiblyCoolClothes: She makes these; bullet proof clothing stylzed heroic red with a tracking device.
* ImpracticallyFancyOutfit: [[DefiedTrope ...But not these.]] "NO CAPES!"
* IntergenerationalFriendship: She was among the few people invited to Bob and Helen's wedding.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: She is dismissive and harsh in regards to fashion, but puts new heart into Helen with some tough love.
* JumpedAtTheCall: Bob only wants some minor mending for his old suit done, but she's clearly inspired by his visit to start designing superhero costumes again.
* LargeHam: She might be tiny, but the ham is enormous. [[DVDCommentary Brad Bird]] talks about how everything about her - her house, her furniture, the art on her walls, the people she spoke with - were designed to highlight the contrast between her tiny physical size and her forceful, overbearing personality. ''She'' might be tiny, but she thinks, talks and acts '''BIG'''.
* MadArtist: She's ''very'' excited about her work.
* MeaningfulName: "Mode" is the French word for "fashion" or "style" (as in the expression "a la mode" i.e. "fashionable"), which is an appropriate name for a fashion designer.
* MiniatureSeniorCitizens: Clearly, she's older than all of her clients, and she is shown to be about knee-high with Bob who's in his forties.
* ScrewPolitenessImASenior: Or [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney an incredibly gifted and]] [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveConnections prestigious designer]] or all of the above. Either way, she takes no crap and does not soften her opinion of anyone, ''for'' anyone.
* SlasherSmile: A thoroughly good person, but just look at the disturbingly gleeful look on her face when she demonstrates how sturdy Jack-Jack's suit is by ''setting it on fire'' - especially in contrast to Helen's horrified face. She mirrors the same face when telling Helen to track down Bob - she ''deeply'' enjoys her work.
* SmartPeopleWearGlasses: Wears circular glasses and has created custom-made original outfits for superheroes since the "glory days".
* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: When Bird did the scratch voice for Edna, he described it as a kind of German/Japanese accent mix. Apparently, Brad Bird intended Lily Tomlin to be Edna's voice actor but she had a hard time speaking her lines with this accent and when Bird demonstrated it, Tomlin recommended him to be Edna instead.

[[folder:Kari [=McKeen=]]]
[[caption-width-right:250:''"I can totally handle anything this baby can dish out!"'']]
->'''Voiced by:''' Bret Parker

The babysitter hired to watch Jack-Jack during the events of the movie. She finds the process...unexpectedly difficult.
* ActionSurvivor: Her first scene shows her to be rather ditzy, but she manages to stay alive despite being left alone for a long time with an uncontrollable, super-powered infant.
* BadlyBatteredBabysitter: She provides the page image. It's only to be expected when your charge turns out to have superpowers.
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: At the end of her ordeal, she just wishes she could forget the whole thing. [[MemoryWipingCrew Rick Dicker obliges.]]
* BreakTheCutie: Poor girl had ''no'' idea what she was getting into.
* CassandraTruth: Her parents didn't believe her when she told them about Jack-Jack's powers. At least that saved TheMenInBlack another brain-wipe job.
* ADayInTheLimelight: Kari's interaction with Jack-Jack and his new superpowers receives a lot of focus in the Pixar short ''[[WesternAnimation/PixarShorts Jack-Jack Attack]]''.
* GeniusDitz: She's one hell of a devoted babysitter. However, she meets her match in Jack-Jack.
* HeroOfAnotherStory: Her experience babysitting Jack-Jack, which is the focus of the Pixar short ''[[WesternAnimation/PixarShorts Jack-Jack Attack]]''. It's about her dealing with Jack-Jack manifesting superpowers for the first time.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: A downplayed example in that Kari was a nervous wreck after an exhausting night of dealing with Jack-Jack and his superpowers, but when Syndrome comes to the house in his ''supervillain costume'', [[BadLiar while stumbling over his words]] and telling Kari that his "S" stands for "sitter", she believes him and hands Jack-Jack over. Agent Dicker even [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] this:
-->'''Rick''': And you believed him.\\
'''Kari''': The baby was ''exploding''!!
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Agent Dicker uses a memory wipe machine to remove Kari's memory of the babysitting experience. Bonus points in that the machine uses a laser site to target the point on her head that the machine's electrode will attach to.
* MoodWhiplash: Her phone messages betray an increasing amount of panic, stress and psychological meltdown as Jack-Jack becomes more of a handful, but her very last message is as chipper and friendly as normal. Because she's handed Jack-Jack over to a replacement, who turns out to be Syndrome.
* MotorMouth: When Helen calls her to talk about her babysitting assignment, Helen can barely get a word in edgewise over Kari's ramblings about her babysitting prowess.
* SeenItAll: At the end of a ''very'' long night, she has a completely deadpan reaction to Jack-Jack bursting into flames and shooting at her with EyeBeams, being ready with the appropriate fire extinguisher and [[ReflectingLaser mirror]].
* TwitchyEye: When saying the word 'baby' in 'babysitter'.

[[folder:Tony Rydinger]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Michael Bird

A student at Violet's junior high. She has a crush on him.
* {{Adorkable}}: Revealed to be this when he asks Violet out on a date at the end of the movie.
* CurtainsMatchTheWindows: Tony is a brunette with brown eyes.
* ChickMagnet: A couple of girls greeted him in a flirty manner.
* NiceGuy: Once he figures out Violet's interested, he's turns out to be friendly and polite to her.
* PrettyBoy: Very much so; it's not hard to see why Violet's interested.
* SatelliteLoveInterest: He shows up in the beginning and the end of the film and mainly exists as Violet's crush. In fact, he only really exists to demonstrate ''Violet's'' character development. At the beginning of the film, she's too shy to even remain visible in his presence. At the end, she's able to talk with him and get a date while ''he's'' stammering nervously.

[[folder:Agent Rick Dicker]]
[[caption-width-right:300:''"We've gotta pay to keep the company quiet, we've gotta pay damages, erase memories, relocate your family; every time it gets harder. Money, money, money, money, money, money- we can't keep doing this, Bob!"'']]
->'''Voiced by:''' Bud Luckey (first movie), Jonathan Banks (second movie)

Rick Dicker is an old friend of Bob's - presumably Mr. Incredible's FriendOnTheForce back when the government provided assistance to super-heroes. Years later, his department's function has been changed to keeping superheroes inactive and anonymous.

* BoringButPractical: After Syndrome is outed as a supervillain, Dicker simply has his assets frozen and arrest warrants put out, instantly demolishing his organization.
* DeadpanSnarker: With emphasis on 'deadpan'.
-->'''Bob:''' I'm fired, aren't I?\\
'''Rick:''' Oh, ya ''think?''
* FantasticallyIndifferent: Rick has dealt professionally with this kind of stuff for a long time: he's SeenItAll. It's implied that he's had to deal with Bob screwing up and blowing cover ''way'' more often than he'd care to admit.
-->'''Bob:''' I mean, what can I say, Rick?\\
'''Rick:''' ''[without missing a beat]'' Nothing you haven't said before.
* HaveYouToldAnyoneElse: To Kari at the end of "Jack-Jack Attack!" right before he uses the [[LaserGuidedAmnesia memory-erasing device]].
* KnightInSourArmor: After telling Bob that he's screwed up once too often and is on his own, Dicker immediately relents and offers to help him out for old times sake.
* TheMenInBlack: He's part of the government agency that monitors and conceals the existence of superheroes.
* MemoryWipingCrew: He has a clunky looking device that can erase memories. He does this to Kari at the end of her short, and a deleted scene shows him doing it to Mr. Huph after Bob punches him through several walls.
* PerpSweating: "Jack-Jack Attack!" shows he prefers the light-shining-in-face version. That's old school.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Especially in contrast to Huph. Dicker's complaints about having to fix Bob's messes over and over again are based on actual pragmatic merit instead of {{Greed}}, he still offers to help Bob just once more "for old times' sake", and he ultimately has Syndrome's assets frozen after he's revealed as a supervillain and terrorist.
* UnfortunateNames: Try to say his last name without giggling.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Though they're not best friends, it's clear that the casually snarky way that Rick and Mr. Incredible go back and forth with one another suggests that they are pretty close. Dicker could approach this as just another job and Bob Parr as an ''extraordinarily'' frustrating case to handle...but it's clear that he deeply respects Bob.

[[folder:Rusty Mcallister]]
[[caption-width-right:210:''"Oh Man. That was totally wicked!!!!!!"'']]
->'''Voiced by:''' Nicholas Bird

A neighboring boy of the Parrs who tends to witness their incredible feats.
* AllThereInTheManual: His name is never said in the movie, but was revealed by official Pixar sources.
* StaringKid: He first appears when Bob lifts up his family's car in frustration, then comes back later when he thinks Bob might do it again. He finally appears again after having watched the Parrs save Jack-Jack and defeat Syndrome.


Gazerbeam, real name Simon J. Palladino, was a former superhero. He appears briefly at Bob and Helen's wedding. The disappearance is noted by the papers which draws Bob's attention.
* AmbiguousDisorder: The DVD definitely shows him with some of this, with a monotone speech pattern, social awkwardness, and a tendency to avoid eye contact.
* CaptainErsatz: Of ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}.
* EyeBeams: This is his core superpower.
* GlassCannon: He can shoot laser beams out of his eyes but is no more durable than a regular human, according to to his NSA profile.
* HeroOfAnotherStory: He was established as a long-time activist in favor of superheroes' rights while in his civillian identity. He also discovered the password to Syndrome's computer before his death.
* PosthumousCharacter: He's only seen alive once at Bob and Helen's wedding for a few seconds, and after a TimeSkip his disappearance alerts Bob to potential trouble. His dead body allows Bob to escape detection and his last act of carving the password to Syndrome's computer in the rock, helped Bob uncover Syndrome's plan.
* PunnyName: A portmanteau of "gaze" and "laser beam".
* SuperHero: He shoots lasers out of his eyes!

[[folder:Honey Best]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Kimberly Adair Clark

The wife of Lucius Best/Frozone.
* LargeHam: Her response to Lucius' "Where's My Super Suit?!" moment counts.
* SassyBlackWoman: Just listen to the way she speaks. We never actually see whether she's black or not, though.
* SkewedPriorities: She cares more about a planned dinner than the city being saved.
* TheTrickster: Honey hides her husband's super suit so he'll have no choice but to take her to dinner without getting distracted by superheroics.
* TheVoice: Is only heard during an argument with her husband.

[[folder:Other Referenced Superheroes]]

Some of these superheros were briefly seen in action during Edna's "No Capes" DeathMontage. Others were glimpsed as photos when Mr. Incredible was reviewing the Supers killed during the prototyping of the Omnidroid.

* TheAhnold: Universal Man speaks in an exaggerated parody of Arnold's accent.
* AmbiguousGender: Macroburst. Described as being "Oddly androgynous".
* AmbiguouslyGay: Thunderhead raises five adopted kids with his "roommate", Scott.
* BadassCape: They look nice but many were killed by their capes.
* BlowYouAway: Macroburst has the ability to control air currents, create high-velocity winds and fly as a result of wind propulsion
* CapeSnag: Thunderhead, Stratogale, Meta Man, Dynaguy, Splashdown were listed by Edna as supers killed by their capes.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Nearly all of them be it by CapeSnag, TurbineBlender or killed by Omnidroid.
* DumbMuscle: Bob remarks that Thunderhead "was not the brightest bulb". {{Deconstructed}} when we hear him performing a PSA on the special features of the DVD. He sounds genuinely mentally handicapped, speaking very slowly, commenting that he can barely read the cue cards, and requesting that someone simply feed him his lines via his earpiece.
* FireIceDuo: Blazestone and Frozone were briefly a duo. It didn't work out.
* FlyingBrick: Stratogale and Meta-Man have "super strength" and "flight" listed among their powers.
* FriendToAllChildren: Edna remarks that Thunderhead was good with kids, as opposed to Mr. Incredible who failed to treat Incrediboy with respect.
* GlassCannon: Even the flying brick types die in fairly mundane ways.
* HarmfulToMinors: One of them waves to a child from outside a passenger jet in flight, right before being sucked into the jet's engine, and the child saw the whole thing.
* LineOfSightName: Dynaguy got his name by reading the placemat at Ralph's Diner.
* MakeMeWannaShout: Phylange. He parlays this into a secret identity as an opera singer.
* MakingASplash: Although he doesn't have any abilities that influence water, Splashdown's powers included underwater high-speed travel, underwater breathing and the ability to communicate with underwater lifeforms. Oddly, for this trope, he could also fly.
* MotorMouth: Blazestone's file has her talking about 10 miles a minute.
* SuperSupremacist: The NSA files of Gamma Jack state that he believes that supers are a "superior race".
* SuperWristGadget: Dynaguy's arm-mounted rocket boosters.
* SuperpowerLottery: Meta-Man, including SuperStrength (he has the highest rating besides Mr. Incredible, who BrokeTheRatingScale), SuperSpeed, {{Flight}}, XRayVision, {{Invisibility}}, {{Teleportation}}, MagnetismManipulation, and [[MakeMeWannaShout Sonic Screams.]] He's killed by a CapeSnag.
* SpeaksFluentAnimal: Stratogale, with bird; Meta-Man, with aquatic mammals; Splashdown with underwater lifeforms.
* TerrifiedOfGerms: Everseer's abilities left him with a crippling fear of germs.
* TurbineBlender: Stratogale died by flying too close to a plane. This moment provides the page image.
* WeatherManipulation: Thunderhead has the ability to harness and control extreme weather conditions.


[[caption-width-right:250:''"See, now you respect me. Because I'm a threat!!!"'']]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/JasonLee

The BigBad of the movie who seems to be connected to Mr. Incredible...
* ActuallyADoombot: {{Inverted}}. In all appearances outside of the movie, such as the Disney/DisneyOnIce show, ''Disneyland Adventure'', Syndrome is portrayed by a robot since he died at the end of the movie.
* ArmsDealer: He made his fortune by inventing, manufacturing, and selling weapons.
* AscendedFanboy: At the beginning of the film he wants to be "Incredi-boy", Mr. Incredible's sidekick. Even his general demeanor as a supervillain reflects this: he constantly geeks out about aspects of his plan and Mr. Incredible in general, at least when not being sadistic.
* AxCrazy: He is clearly a sociopath and after being being rejected by Mr. Incredible in his youth, he has a FaceHeelTurn to become the villain he is. He intentionally kills Super after Super to build the perfect Omnidroid to defeat Mr. Incredible. He unleashes his Omnidroid on the city without regard for the civilians who could be hurt or killed just so he can pretend to be a superhero. When his plans are thwarted he tries to abduct Jack-Jack fully intending to raise him as his own side-kick.
* BadassBookworm: A brilliant engineer who managed to significantly reduce the super population.
* BadassCape: Again, invoked. It's the cause of his death.
* BerserkButton: He has a big one: don't call him Buddy.
* BigBad: As the main antagonist of ''The Incredibles'', Syndrome is responsible for the all the danger in this plot and stopping his EvilPlan is the Parr family's first family mission.
* BrainsEvilBrawnGood: Syndrome is the Brains vs Mr. Incredible's Brawn.
* BrokenPedestal: As Buddy, his HeroWorship put Bob off in a big way. But it was the complete lack of respect his hero showed for him after everything he'd done trying to become his sidekick that set Buddy down the path of darkness. And his bitterness towards Mr. Incredible is very apparent when he gives his MotiveRant.
-->'''Syndrome:''' My name is not ''Buddy''. And it's not Incrediboy either. That ship has sailed. All I wanted was to help you. I only wanted to help! And ''what'' did you say to me?! [...] That tore me apart. But I learned an important lesson: you can't count on anyone. ''Especially'' your heroes!
* CardCarryingVillain: He outright calls ''himself'' Mr. Incredibles's nemesis.
* CapeSnag: The cape he was wearing ends up in a jet engine, leading to his death.
* CharacterDeath: He is one of the very few Pixar villains to die.
* TheChessmaster: Enacted ThePlan that reduced the super population to a handful and no one was the wiser for a long time.
* ChildProdigy: Invented his own rocket boots when he was a pre-teen.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Being sucked feet first into a jet turbine isn't a pleasant thought.
* DirtyCoward: The moment when the Omnidroid shoots off his remote he flies into the crowd of civilians and even pushes a man out of the way.
* DoNotCallMePaul: He doesn't like being called either Buddy or Incrediboy.
* DroneDeployer: Has a search drone on his wrist glove.
* DrivenByEnvy: Implied to be Syndrome's motivation to blur the line between supers and non-supers. As Buddy, he felt the reason Mr. Incredible wasn't accepting him as his sidekick was because he didn't have powers.
-->'''Syndrome:''' And when I'm old and I've had my fun? I'll ''sell'' my weapons, so that ''everyone'' can be super. And when everyone's super...(chuckles darkly) '''''no one will be.'''''
* EntitledBastard: Young Buddy believed that because he was able to invent jet-boots and that he supposedly knew Mr. Incredible's catchphrases and skills, that Mr. Incredible should have taken him on as his ward.
* EvilCannotComprehendGood: When Bob calls him out on killing real heroes so he can pretend to be one, Syndrome retorts that his advanced technology is real enough to have beaten Bob's inherent powers. It never occurs to him that Bob was talking about real, noble qualities like morality, self-sacrifice, strength of character, and the desire to do good because it's the right thing to do.
* EvilCounterpart: To Bob. Both were gifted individuals during the Golden Age of Superheroes with Bob being a powered individual with super-strength who was an established superhero and Buddy/Syndrome being an EvilGenius with zero-point energy {{TractorBeam}}s and jet-boots who is craving to be accepted as one. When the Super Relocation Act was enforced, neither gave up their desire and both kept striving to experience the glory of being a superhero. However, while Bob was always motivated to be a superhero due of his sense of justice and desire to save people, Syndrome is a PsychopathicManchild who simply wants the praise and recognition. To achieve this he releases his Omnidroid upon the city to create an EngineeredHeroics situation so he could single-handedly "save the day" and receive all the accolades without any concern for those who may be hurt or killed as a result. In addition, there are hints of Syndrome being a ShadowArchetype to Bob because if he had not let go of his desire to reclaim the glory days, Bob could have become consumed by his obsession just like Syndrome.
* EvilGenius: He creates an island lair, rocket boots, zero-point energy gloves, intelligent robots that can learn, and other such amazing gizmos; he uses them for petty revenge and self-satisfaction.
* EvilIsPetty: His path to villainy was because Mr. Incredible rejected him and it wasn't out of smugness but more concern for his safety and growing frustration with Buddy's interference. Unfortunately for him, Buddy never saw it that way.
* EvilMentor: He plans to become one to Jack Jack as a last attempt to hurt Bob.
* EvilRedhead: He's evil and has red hair.
* FaceHeelTurn: Wannabe superhero sidekick to genuine super villain.
* FanDisillusionment: He's the quintessential example of a disillusioned fan, being rejected by his hero himself. He then focuses his fanboy energy into a FaceHeelTurn.
* FauxAffablyEvil: He starts out casual, cheerful and even friendly when talking to his enemies, but it's usually just a prelude to sadistic gloating and outright cruelty. For example, the electric torture scene. He calmly watches his childhood idol getting shocked with enough voltage to cause him extreme pain.
* Fiction500: Selling most of his inventions has made him amazingly wealthy. The elaborate secret island base manned by hundreds of mercenaries and technicians for the purpose of building and testing giant killer robots is a showing of his enormous resources.
* FieryRedhead: Besides being an EvilRedhead, he also has a large personality with a fiery temper.
* FreudianExcuse: A [[EvilIsPetty ridiculously petty one]], the reason why he turned against the supers was because Mr. Incredible would not take him on as his heroic side-kick.
* FromNobodyToNightmare: From an unknown child prodigy to a super-villain. However, his sociopathic traits were starting to show even as a child.
* GloryHound: Part of his EvilPlan involves staged disasters so he can fix them and be adored as a superhero.
* GreenEyedMonster: He got extremely jealous when he awoke to find out that The Incredibles and Frozone defeated his Omnidroid and got all the attention and glory. Implied to be Syndrome's motivation to blur the line between supers and non-supers. As Buddy, he felt the reason Mr. Incredible wasn't accepting him as his sidekick was because he didn't have powers.
* HateSink: While Syndrome has some amusing qualities, he does go out of his way to be as despicable as possible. From killing numerous superheroes, just so he can pretend to be one, or gambling with Mirage's life to call Mr. Incredible's bluff, or launching missiles at an airplane he knows contains children, or trying to steal Jack-Jack away from his family. When Syndrome meets his TurbineBlender death, he gets absolutely no sympathy from the audience.
* ImYourBiggestFan: Says this word for word towards Mr. Incredible. It's how Mr. Incredible realizes that he's Buddy.
* ImprobableHairstyle: It stands straight up like a cone.
* InsufferableGenius: He's a smug asshole who brags about his inventions and intelligence.
* ItsAllAboutMe: His EvilPlan begins and ends with his ego and personal vengeance. In hindsight, this was probably his real motivation as a child, too; he wanted to be special and save the day.
* {{Jerkass}}: As if being evil wasn't enough, he's also an even ''bigger'' jerk than Huph due to him being the BigBad of the film. He often taunts Mr. Incredible to the point that he provokes the latter to kill Mirage.
* KnightOfCerebus: While not exactly upbeat, the movie certainly takes a darker turn when he shows up.
* LackOfEmpathy:
** Feels no remorse for killing hero after hero just so he can develop an Omnidroid that can defeat Mr. Incredible and serve his plans to pretend to be a superhero.
** Hearing that the plane he just fired missiles upon has children aboard causes no emotional reaction or interest in aborting the missile attack.
** After he apparently kills Helen and the children he taunts Bob about it telling him that he'll get over it since he always said that he prefers to "work alone."
* LanternJawOfJustice: A rare case of the villain having a lantern jaw comparable to the hero.
* LargeHam: He's quite fond of his EvilGloating. His dramatic flourishes also get him in trouble a couple of times, as he accidentally flings away something that he had held immobile with his Zero-Point energy gloves. This is what allows Mr. Incredible to escape him after he captures Mr. Incredible for the first time.
* LaughablyEvil: He is both humorous and unnerving. His dialogue is ripe with villainous cliches, and his goofy, hammy demeanor can almost make you forget that the guy is responsible for methodically killing several superheroes, would knowingly kill children, and is going to use a dangerous robot to attack a city so that he can pretend to be a superhero.
* TheLoad: Despite his obvious engineering intelligence and considerable enthusiasm, Buddy becomes this to Mr. Incredible because he won't take no for an answer, doesn't have any formal training, and barges into a superhero/supervillain confrontation without any apparent concern for his own safety.
* LoonyFan: He started off as Mr. Incredible's ultra-obsessed fan. He later became his ultra-obsessed enemy.
* MadScientist: The technology, the megalomania, the hamminess, the self-obsession, all classic mad scientist.
* MeaningfulName: As a child, ''Buddy Pine'' was pining away to become Mr. Incredible's buddy and sidekick.
* MilkingTheGiantCow: With hilarious results, thanks to his zero-point energy {{TractorBeam}}s that are part of his gauntlets.
* {{Narcissist}}: He cares only for himself and his fame.
* NeverMyFault: Buddy never acknowledges that it's his own actions that have caused Mr. Incredible to lose his patience and sternly reject him. Buddy refused to take no for an answer to his continued pestering or acknowledge that he had no superhero training. He barges into a superhero/supervillain confrontation without concern for his own safety which results in Bomb Voyage planting a bomb on his cape that causes considerable collateral damage. It's particularly telling that when Buddy flashbacks to Mr. Incredible telling him to "fly home," [[SelfServingMemory Bomb Voyage is no longer present]].
* OlderHeroVsYoungerVillain: The younger villain to Mr. Incredible's older hero.
* PsychopathicManchild: He balances a genius-level talent for inventing technology with an incredibly childish personality; he's immature, excitable, petulant, irresponsible, prone to mood swings, obsessed with gadgets and 'toys', and spiteful. His motivation also stems from an admittedly wounding and hurtful, but still relatively minor, slight he suffered when he was a child, which he refuses to move on from.
* TheResenter: He resents Mr. Incredible after the superhero rejected him as a sidekick.
* {{Sadist}}: When he realized Mr. Incredible knew the people on the plane approaching his island, Syndrome took pleasure in launching a missile attack while Bob watches helplessly.
-->'''Syndrome:''' So you ''do'' know these people... Well, why don't I send them a little ''greeting.''
* SmugSnake: He's normally competent enough, but he fatally underestimates the Omnidroid.
* TheSociopath: As a child, he tells Mr. Incredible "I've finally figured out who I am. ''I am your ward'', Incrediboy" while never accepting Mr. Incredible's consistent rejections. As an adult, he cares only for his own glory and in order to obtain it he's willing to cause destruction and death of innocent people, even children, with no remorse at all. He calls Mr Incredible "weak" for sparing Mirage after he threatened to strangle her. When Mirage gets mad at Syndrome for risking her life, his facial expression is one of complete confusion as to why she is upset.
* SomethingOnlyTheyWouldSay: Mr. Incredible is able to recognize him as Buddy Pine after Syndrome says, "ImYourBiggestFan."
* TheTeamWannabe: To Mr Incredible, when he was a child.
* ThatManIsDead: Disowns his real name, Buddy, in favor for Syndrome once he becomes a supervillain.
-->'''Bob:''' ...Buddy?
-->'''Syndrome:''' ''My name is not BUDDY!!!''
* TookALevelInJerkass: Although Buddy was already showing sociopathic traits as a child, he at least seemed to be motivated to try and help. As an adult he became significantly more self-absorbed, cruel and [[LackOfEmpathy lacking empathy]].
* TractorBeam: His gauntlets have zero-point energy field manipulators built into them; they enable him to a capture things in a stasis field that he can move around effortlessly.
* TurbineBlender: His fate, when he gets hit by a flying car and his cape gets caught in a jet turbine.
* UngratefulBastard: His interference in Mr. Incredible's encounter with Bomb Voyage nearly gets him killed, with the resulting damage kick-starting the Super Relocation Act which forces Mr. Incredible into retirement and hiding. Yet years later, Buddy/Syndrome has the gall to say ''he'' got the short end of the stick that day.
* UsedToBeASweetKid: Downplayed. A young fanboy of Mr. Incredible turned into a dangerous, sociopathic villain. Since he grew into a PsychopathicManchild who is immature, excitable, petulant, and irresponsible, he was unlikely the traditional sweet child, just far less of a monster than he was as an adult.
* VirtueIsWeakness: He outright declares Mr. Incredible a weakling for [[ThouShaltNotKill refusing to follow through on his threat to kill Mirage even when he had nothing to lose]].
* WhosLaughingNow: He wanted to be a superhero but was turned away by Mr. Incredible and this caused a grudge against natural superheroes.
--> '''Syndrome:''' See, now you respect me. Because I'm a ''threat''. That's the way it works. Turns out there are a lot of people, whole countries, who want respect...
* WorthyOpponent: Some shades of this with Mr. Incredible. Mr. Incredible is the last super he tests his Omnidroid on (it goes through 8 incarnations before he thinks it might be able to beat his old hero), and he quite readily admits to being impressed by how Bob managed to escape his probe.
* WouldHurtAChild: Shot missiles at Mrs. Incredibles plane even after finding out children were on-board. This is averted with Jack-Jack, though he tries to abduct him and make him his sidekick after Mr. Incredible and his family thwart his scheme.
* WrongGenreSavvy: He occasionally slips into expecting the film to work more like a classic {{Superhero}} comic than the [[UsefulNotes/TheModernAgeOfComicBooks Modern-Age-influenced]] DeconReconSwitch it actually is. It's one of the contributing factors to his death, as he assumes he's an ArchNemesis with JokerImmunity and that Mr. Incredible wouldn't dare interrupt his evil gloating, leaving him open for the aforementioned flung car.

[[caption-width-right:200:''"He's attracted to power. So am I. It's a weakness we share."'']]
->'''Voiced by:''' Elizabeth Peña

A mysterious and alluring woman who approaches Bob with a chance to use his powers once again through confidential hero work, only to be revealed as Syndrome's NumberTwo.
* AmbiguouslyBrown: Has a significantly darker skin color than any other character besides Frozone, as well as unidentifiable accent. She ''is'' played in this movie by Elizabeth Peña, an actress of Latin American descent.
* DarkMistress: One scene heavily implies she's this to Syndrome.
* DarkSkinnedBlonde: She is Ambiguously Brown, and add in her silver hair.
* EnemyMine: She and Helen have a rocky relationship in the comics, but cooperate while facing Xerek.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: She might have helped Syndrome with his EvilPlan, which involved killing a lot of supers, but she was clearly horrified when she learned that the plane Helen was in had children in it and visibly saddened when they were thought to be dead. That's one of the reasons she had a HeelFaceTurn later
* FemmeFatale: "Mysterious and alluring woman."
* HeelFaceTurn: It starts when Syndrome launches missiles at a jet plane carrying children and becomes solidified when he is willing to risk her life when Bob threatens to crush her.
* IgnoredEnamoredUnderling: It's implied that she may have had feelings for Syndrome, who ([[ItsAllAboutMe being Syndrome]]) paid no attention. Those feelings died when Syndrome showed his true colors by carelessly betting her life when Bob threatened her.
* InLoveWithTheMark: It's heavily implied by her expression when Bob hugs her that she grows to genuinely like Bob, even though at first she was manipulating him.
* MeaningfulName: A mirage is something that appears real or possible but is not in fact so. Throughout her first encounters with Mr. Incredible she masterfully pretends to be something she isn't.
* MistreatmentInducedBetrayal: She didn't take kindly to Syndrome willing to risk her life when Mr. Incredible took her as a hostage.
-->'''Mirage''': ''[furious]'' Next time you gamble, bet your '''''OWN''''' life!
* NoodlePeople: She's exceptionally stringy, even when you consider the animation style.
* NumberTwo: She is Syndrome's second-in-command and is at his side in a majority of the scenes on the island. She's actively involved in his plan to attract superheros as part of "Project Kronus". Besides Syndrome, she's the only one on the island not wearing a face-obscuring mask .
* VagueAge: She looks young, but it's pretty hard to tell her exact age range due to factors like the silver hair.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: We never see what happens to her in the movie, but in the BOOM comics she joins the government agency as a spy.
* WouldntHurtAChild: She won't stoop to harming children.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Her hair is a striking platinum blonde.

[[folder:The Omnidroid]]

During the film, there were ten known versions of this battle robot. The first nine were prototypes designed to fight and kill supers. The tenth is larger than its predecessors and was used in the foiled Operation Kronos. All of them were artificially intelligent, enabling it to solve any problem that it encounters; when Omnidroid v.10 perceived Syndrome as a threat, it figured out that Syndrome had a remote control that could affect it and shot it off Syndrome's arm. Without the remote control to give him the advantage, Syndrome was forced to flee the robot as was knocked unconscious during his escape. Another feature of the Omnidroids is that they have colored eyes (e.g., v.08 has a blue/green eye, v.09 and v.10 has a red/orange eye).
* AccidentalTruth: The story about the Omnidroid having gotten "smart enough to wonder why it had to take orders" was a lie to lure Mr. Incredible into a trap. However, Syndrome made the v10 too clever, and once it identified Syndrome as a threat it realized it was being restricted by Syndrome's remote control and took appropriate action. Mr. Incredible did the job he was fake hired for.
* AdaptiveAbility: One of the things that makes it dangerous is the fact that it will adapt its tactics to defeat whatever is being used against it. We see in Mr. Incredible's fight with v.08 that his attacks only work once before being anticipated and countered by the robot.
* AIIsACrapshoot: DoubleSubverted. Mr. Incredible was drawn to the island under the story that the Omnidroid that went rogue "got smart enough to wonder why it had to take orders" and turned against its makers. In reality, this was a lie, and the Omnidroids Mr. Incredible fights were under Syndrome's control the whole time. However, the final Omnidroid unleashed upon the city determined that Syndrome was a threat and figured out he was obstructing its attacks with a remote control device and promptly shot the device off his arm.
* AttackItsWeakPoint: The Omnidroid only finally stops when Mr. Incredible tricks it into ripping out its own power source. The final Omnidroid is likewise only defeated when the Incredibles launch one of its claws through its power source.
* AwesomenessByAnalysis: It will take note of repeated tactics and devise a way to counter them.
-->'''Mirage''': It's a ''learning'' robot. Every moment you spend fighting it only increases its knowledge of how to beat you.
* CombatPragmatist: It will use every trick it can think of to win, including bringing its full weight down on enemies, rolling over them in ball form, hurling debris, and bathing its claws in lava to make them deadlier.
* CombatTentacles: Its primary weapons. The claws can rotate as saws or be propelled using rockets.
* DefeatEqualsExplosion: After the Omnidroid V10's power source is ripped out, it falls over and explodes.
* {{Determinator}}: Even losing multiple limbs won't stop it. It has to be ''dead''.
* TheDragon: Syndrome's strongest subordinate, [[CoDragons fills this role along with Mirage]].
* DragonAscendant: In the climax, the final version defeats Syndrome and becomes the greater threat.
* GeniusBruiser: A very large, very powerful KillerRobot whose most dangerous trait is explicitly stated to be its intelligence and capacity for learning.
* NighInvulnerability: The Omnidroid doesn't flinch at anything the Incredibles or the Army throws at it. An earlier version even survives being submerged in lava. The only thing that can damage it are its own claws.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: The eighth model had blue eyes, the ninth which quickly defeated Mr. Incredible has orange (hinting at its deadly ascendance), so the final and most dangerous production model has red.
* SciFiWritersHaveNoSenseOfScale: The Omnidroid sinks in lava, giving it a density of more than 3,100 kg/m^3. Not only is that pretty unbelievable given we see that it's almost totally hollow below a relatively thin layer of armor, but later in the film Mr. Incredible is able to pick the final Omnidroid. Mr. Incredible, a man who treated bench pressing ~300 tons to be hard work, is obviously the WorldsStrongestMan, but still nowhere ''near'' strong enough to lift that thing if it really was that dense. Considering that the Omnidroid is a sphere at least 12 meters in diameter, then going by the earlier density the thing should weigh around ''2,800 tons''.
* SuperStrength: When considering how huge it is, the Omnidroid's ability to move the way it does would make it incredibly, ridiculously powerful, ''even for its size''. Of particular note is the scene where it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=127&v=UoZvsNnpNO0 jumps]] at Dash near the end of the film.
* TookALevelInBadass: The first model to appear in the film is beaten by just Mr. Incredible, which could have taken out all previous heroes. It took the whole Incredible family and Frozone to beat the final product.
* WeaksauceWeakness: Syndrome's remote control. It immediately recognizes that it's being controlled and quickly attempts to destroy it.

[[folder:Bomb Voyage]]
[[caption-width-right:250:''"Et votre tenue est totalement ridicule!" [[note]]"And your outfit is totally ridiculous!"[[/note]]'']]
->'''Voiced by:''' Dominique Louis

Bomb Voyage is a recurring enemy of Mr. Incredible. He is a bomb-wielding villain dressed like a mime who speaks French.
* BadassBandolier: Wears two in a X pattern over his chest, covered in explosives.
* BadassNormal: From the short time he's seen, he doesn't appear to have any super powers, yet both Bob and the city's police force regard him as a major threat. He's apparently just ''really'' smart when it comes to his explosives.
* BankRobbery: He's a one-man heist-puller.
* DemolitionsExpert: He uses bombs to gain access to the bank vault and to distract Mr. Incredible so he can make his escape.
* EnemyMime: He isn't mute but he has the look.
* FrenchJerk: He only speaks in french, shows disdain for Mr. Incredible, insults Buddy's costume and blows stuff up without regard for who might get hurt. All of which certainly qualifies him as a jerk.
* GratuitousFrench: All of his spoken lines are in French.
* PunnyName: Of the French phrase ''bon voyage'' or 'pleasant journey'.
* WouldHurtAChild: Put a bomb onto Buddy's cape to cause Mr. Incredible to focus on saving him while he escaped. He showed no discomfort about putting a child's life in danger.

[[caption-width-right:300:''"Behold the Underminer!! I am always beneath you, but nothing is beneath me!!"'']]
->'''Voiced by:''' [[Creator/PixarRegulars John Ratzenberger]]

The Underminer is a supervillain appearing at the very end, prompting the Parr family to spring into action and serving to demonstrate that they are able to operate in public again and will go on to have many adventures while fighting various enemies as a superhero team.
* AnimalThemedSuperbeing: Zig-zagged. His declared villain name has no animal theme, nor does his outfit portray any animal symbols. However, since he is a CaptainErsatz of the Mole Man from the Fantastic Four, his face has a distinct rodent teeth to convey a mole-like appearance.
* ArtificialLimbs: His arms appear to have been replaced by crude metal prosthetics.
* AscendedExtra: He is only introduced in the last minutes of the first movie. ''Rise of the Underminer'' promotes him to BigBad status.
* BadassCape: A long, flowing brown one.
* BadassBoast: "Behold, the Underminer! I'm always beneath you, but nothing is beneath me! I hereby declare war on peace and happiness! Soon, all will tremble before me!"
* BigBad: He is the primary antagonist of the video game sequel ''Rise of the Underminer''.
* CardCarryingVillain: He declares war on peace and happiness and expects all to tremble before him. Pretty cliche villain.
* EvilSoundsDeep: John Ratzenberger drops his voice an octave and rants of the doom he will bring!
* ThisIsADrill: His main weapon is a giant mining drill.
* TunnelKing: Makes his entrance by tunneling up through the street.

!!Comics characters

[[folder:Doc Sunbright]]

Doc Sunbright is an ally for the super-community as a whole from ''The Incredibles'' comic book series. He's something of a mad scientist and was the one who helped Jack-Jack be born safely. In fact, it's implied he's the only person who can deliver potential super-babies safetly.
* AmbiguouslyJewish: Judging by his constant use of the word ''bubbeleh.''
* AnimeHair: Has tall, spikey hair in your typical mad scientist style.
* CatchPhrase: "Bubbeleh".
* DarkIsNotEvil: Has the stereotypical mad scientist appearance, is a good guy.
* DistaffCounterpart: Arguably a rare male version for Edna.
* DistressedDude: Downplayed. He's a male character who needs rescuing but he's hardly distressed.
* MadScientist: Appearance only.
* MiniatureSeniorCitizens: Seems to be quite a bit older than Bob and Helen, and is only about as tall as Edna, ''maybe even shorter.''
* NervesOfSteel: Is held hostage, continues to low-key insult and defy his captures.
* NonActionGuy: He delivers babies and ''seems'' to be an inventor, doesn't fight.
* YouKeepUsingThatWord: The word ''bubbeleh'' is Yiddish for "little grandma" and is typically used as a term of endearment for older female relatives. Sunbright however uses this word for [[UpToEleven everyone]], including someone he didn't immediately know the identity of (Bob, at the time,) and Dash, a ''boy who could be no younger than eight and no older than ten.''


Mezmerella is a villain from ''The Incredibles'' comic book series. As her name implies, she is a master of hypnosis.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: According to WordOfGod, she was a good scientist whose goggles were reprogrammed by Xerek that resulted in her becoming a supervillain.
* TheDragon: To Xerek in the comics as the head minion.
%%* EvilRedhead
* GogglesDoSomethingUnusual: Hypnotic ability channeled through them aside, the goggles were what ended up making her a villain to start with.
%%* HypnoticEyes
* LotusEaterMachine: Put Dash into one.
%%* SquishyWizard


Elastigirl's arch nemesis and the BigBad of the comics. Having an supernatural ability to always achieve victory, Xerek has accumulated power and wealth that has let him become the primary kingpin behind an assortment of super criminals.
* TheBadGuyWins: Thanks to the story being CutShort, at the end of the comics, he successfully ruins the reputation of the Incredibles with no consequences whatsoever.
* BaldOfEvil: Aging, bald head? Check. BigBad? Check.
* BigBad: He's the main villain in the comics.
* TheChessmaster: A cold and calculating one.
* DatingCatwoman: Was this for Elastigirl in the old days.
* DeathSeeker: His ultimate goal is to bring the world down with him, having become tired of victory and his unnaturally long life
* EvilOldFolks: He's been alive for over 200 years thanks to his assorted experiments, but only looks the part after a climactic battle with Mr. Incredible years in the past.
* GreenEyedMonster: He's driven to destroy Elastigirl's family life and superhero career becuase he can't have her to himself.
* TheManBehindTheMan: Implied to be one to Syndrome or at least a good business partner.
* PoweredByAForsakenChild: Xerek's extended his life through machines siphoning off the lifeforce of others, having once killed a bunch of people born on a specific day to get such a recharge.
* TallDarkAndHandsome: Before he aged up.
* VillainousCrush: One of his main goals was to win Helen's heart.
* {{Yandere}}: Xerek has an unhealthy obsession towards Helen Parr, who had dated Xerek for a time but broke up upon learning of his villainous activities. Despite this, Xerek still pines for Helen and seeks to prove that her current life as the wife of Mr. Incredible is a complete waste compared to being with him.

[[folder: [=Futur10n=]]]

A robot from the future trying to devolve humanity to conquer it.
* ChekhovsGunman: His de-evolution bomb.
* {{Expy}}: Of ComicBook/{{Brainiac}}.
* StarterVillain: Created explicitly as such for the comics.


One of Elastigirl's old enemies. Moves next door to the Parrs in order to get her revenge on Helen.
* BadassNormal: She's not a super, but her lack of powers is more than made up for by her knowledge of chemistry and her golem minons.
* BalefulPolymorph: Is turned into a monkey thanks to [=Futur10n=]'s devolver bomb.
* BigBad: Of the first Comics arc.
* BitchInSheepsClothing: She plays at being a nice homemaker... then tries to depower Helen.
* MadScientist: De-powering agents hidden in baked goods.
* TheManBehindTheMonsters: The one behind the golems attacking the Parrs in the first arc.
* PetTheDog: While she used them for her vendetta, she clearly loves her family and tries to keep her identity hidden from them.
* StockingFiller: She wears fishnets.
* TookALevelInKindness: After being turned into a monkey, she becomes a much better mother.
* XanatosGambit: Sends her golems to the mall to attack figuring the Parrs would be literally powerless to stop her. Instead only Bob and Jack Jack were.


A boy who moves next door and Violet's love interest. Moves far away at the end of the first arc, but, thanks to a teleporter, stops by for a visit later on, and fashions himself into a super using his mom's old potions.
* BadassNormal: Like mother, like son.
* LoveInterest: To Violet.
* PutOnABus: At the end of the first arc Due to his family being put into witness protection. He shows up later in the series for an appearance.
* RedeemingReplacement: For his mom.
* ScienceHero: With the use of his mom's potions, he fights the good fight.
* TookALevelInBadass: Goes from a regular teenager to a self-made super able to keep up with Violet.