Characters: Beetleborgs

Characters from Beetleborgs.

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Andrew "Drew" McCormick (Blue Stinger Beetleborg, later Chromium Gold Beetleborg)

Josephine "Jo" McCormick (Red Striker Beetleborg, later Platinum Purple Beetleborg)

Roland Williams (Green Hunter Beetleborg, later Titanium Silver Beetleborg)

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Count Fangula



Wolfgang Smith


Little Ghoul

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Aaron Williams

Nano Williams

Abbie Williams


Josh Baldwin (White Blaster Beetleborg)

  • Fourth Beetleborg: For a few episodes of season 1.
  • Good Needs Evil: White Blaster was created as an antithesis to Shadowborg. When Shadowborg is defeated, Josh loses his powers.
  • Invisibility: His "civilian power". Loses it along with the rest of his powers.
  • Put on a Bus: After Shadowborg's destruction, he loses his powers and is never seen again.

Arthur "Art" Fortunes

  • Einstein Hair: Though he does comb it down sometimes.
  • Full Name Ultimatum: Refers to Les as "Lester" when the two are verbally sniping at one another.
  • Mad Artist: A bit eccentric but a rare good example of this trope.
  • Meaningful Name: He's the creator of the Beetleborg comics, which makes him an "artist" that made "fortunes."
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: He blurts out who really created Nukus in front of him, leading to Nukus gaining allies and a reliable source of monsters.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: With his older brother Les. He's good and white-haired; Les is evil and dark-haired.

Dr. Baron Von Frankenbeans

Trip and Van


  • The Drag-Along: Often forced to join in with whatever Van and Trip are planning.
  • Servile Snarker: He's Trip and Van's chauffeur.
  • Unfazed Everyman: Doesn't lose his flat, bored demeanor when he's taken hostage by the Magnavores.


The Magnavores





The Crustaceans


  • Bad Ass: He delivers an especially Curb-Stomp Battle to the Beetle Borgs in their first confrontation, and could still defeat them (if not destroy their powers this time) in their Metallix forms. In fact, they were forced to rely on Roboborg whenever he would show up in person to force him to retreat until they got their Mega Spectra modes.
  • Big Bad: Of Metallix.
  • Dangerously Genre Savvy: Upon being released by Vexor, his first act is to destroy the drawing he was summoned from, so he couldn't be easily sent back to the other side. Does the same thing to another drawing of himself.
  • Eye Beams: How he destroys the aforementioned two drawings.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Sets up Vexor and his minions to be defeated.
  • Obviously Evil
  • Super Mode: Mega Nukus, gained from touching Les's transmogrifier device.
  • The Starscream: To Vexor. Though a rather competent one.
  • Villain Decay: Was basically unstoppable in his first appearances, before ending up failing to fight them again later; then again, the Beetleborgs got new upgraded armors, most likely didn't fall to the same tricks anymore, and he still could handle them pretty well in a fight.


  • The Dragon: To Nukus.
  • The Smurfette Principle: The only female among the villains. Also the only one without a Super Mode, leading to her forcing Les into creating a new weapon for her: the Astral Axe, and the giant mecha Boron that comes with it.


  • The Brute
  • Super Mode: Mega Vilor, gained from touching Les's transmogrifier device. Due to stock footage constraints, he doesn't have it very long.

Lester "Les" Fortunes

  • Breaking Out the Boss: Inverted. His creation, Nukus, breaks him out... but makes it clear that he's in charge.
  • Einstein Hair: It's even wilder than his brother's.
  • Evil Genius: Creates Nukus and all of his monsters.
  • Full Name Ultimatum: Refers to Art as "Arthur" when the two are verbally sniping at one another.
  • Mad Artist: Mad enough that he's willing to work for Nukus and draw him new monsters to use against the Beetleborgs.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: After the Beetleborgs try (and fail) to summon Boron in the finale, he inadvertently tells them the extra word they need to do so.
  • Noodle Incident: What was he in jail for, anyway?
  • Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: After the Beetleborgs have taken control of Boron, he decides to go back to jail for some peace and quiet.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: With his younger brother Art, who is good and white-haired, while Les is evil and dark-haired.