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Played By: Michael Jai White
- Badass Mustache: That he has had since he was EIGHT YEARS OLD!!
- Berserk Button: BD is rather touchy about being interrupted. He also doesn't handle orphans hooked on drugs very well.
- Comically Invincible Hero: Black Dynamite takes his fighting prowess to parodic levels, effortlessly defeating pretty much everyone who tries to attack him. In fact, the only one who came remotely close to defeating him in the film is Richard Nixon. That is, until a certain former president Abraham Lincoln's ghost intervenes in the battle.
- Gag Penis: It extends just below his knee...
- Kiai: Black Dynamite bellows out a kiai whenever he throws a strike. "SUUUUUEEEYYY!!" In the animated series, this borders on Verbal Tic.
- One-Man Army: BD is deservingly described as this.
- Only Sane Man: In that BD is far more effective at fighting The Man than everyone else, not because he is actually more sane than everyone else.
- Perpetual Frowner:
Black Dynamite: I am smiling.
- Black Dynamite wears a stoic, badass expression no matter what he's doing.
- Subverted in a scene in the movie where he talks about how much the community's been cleaned up after taking down all the dealers in a very upbeat tone of voice, and a bright smile on his face. He then stares at the camera and promptly frowns again.
- Sociopathic Hero: Black Dynamite displays shades of this, particularly when he drops the drug kingpin's car with a helicopter, killing him, and laughs uncontrollably. All the way home. His next target's home.
Black Dynamite: BURN, HOLLYWOOD, BURN!! Ha ha, get it!? BURN!! Hy-sterical.
- Also, in Taxes and Death after the Movie Producer is killed by the falling sign.
- Third-Person Person: He has shades of this.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: While Black Dynamite was never the most delicate cat in the 'hood, he's a lot more aggressive in the cartoon than he was in the movie.
- Weapon of Choice: BD prefers magnum revolvers and nunchaku.
Played By: Byron Minns
- Hilariously Abusive Childhood: On "Bullhorn Nights or Murder She Throats," it's revealed that Bullhorn's family favored Ringo Mandingo over him because Ringo had a Gag Penis...and that his family often made Ringo dance for money while ignoring Bullhorn (even when Bullhorn came home with a perfect report card, a random man told him, "Ah, nobody care about yo' grades," and Bullhorn's mom tells him to get some money from his piggybank for Ringo).
- Rhymes on a Dime: Bullhorn apparently picked up the habit (and his mustache) from his mother.
Played By: Tommy Davidson
- Dude Looks Like a Lady: Put it this way: Casual viewers of the series can be forgiven for initially assuming he is a "she". Which leads to certain anatomical jokes causing confusion in said viewer's minds.
- Adding to the confusion are the plot points in the Michael Jackson episode regarding Cream Corn. But then, maybe Michael was a bit confused about Cream, himself.
- Extremity Extremist: Cream Corn has taken to fighting with kicks in the animated series.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: His hair is purple in the animated series.
Played By: Kym Whitley
- Adaptational Attractiveness: Honey Bee is a couple years younger and a few pounds lighter in the cartoon.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Her name's spelled Honeybee in the movie credits, and Honey Bee in the cartoon credits.
- Victoria's Secret Compartment: Honeybee pulls out ninja stars from out of her cleavage.