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A list of characters who appear in SilverHawks.
The SilverHawksA team of heroic Space Police who defend the Limbo Galaxy from Mon*Star and his mob.
Tropes associated with all the SilverHawks:
The Original TeamThese are the Silverhawks who were introduced at the beginning of the series.
Commander Burt Stargazer
Voiced by: Bob McFaddenThe man who issues the orders to the Silverhawks. He's also the cop who originally captured Mon*Star.
Tropes associated with Stargazer:
Lieutenant Johnathan Quick, "Quicksilver".
Voiced by: Peter NewmanThe field leader of the Silverhawks.
Tropes associated with Quicksilver:
Voiced by: Larry KenneyThe Silverhawks' pilot, and the only one among them who doesn't have wing attachments.
Tropes associated with Bluegrass:
Sergeants Emily "Steelheart" Hart and Will "Steelwill" Hart
Voiced by: Maggie Wheeler (Steelheart) and Bob McFadden (Steelwill)A brother and sister team of heroes who join the Silverhawks.
Tropes associated with Steelheart and Steelwill:
The Copper Kidd
Voiced by: Pete CannarozziThe Silverhawks' alien member. He communicates by taking high-pitched noises instead of speaking.
Tropes associated with The Copper Kidd:
The ReinforcementsThese are Sixth Ranger Silverhawks who were introduced midway through the series, after the original team had been established. None of them appear in the Title Sequence.
Voiced by: Adolph Ceasar, unknown replacementA professional magician and illusionist with a Power Crystal embedded in his forehead. He uses his abilities to confuse and misdirect Mon*Star's gang.
Tropes associated with Hotwing:
Voiced by: Peter Newman (possibly)A Silverhawk from (even farther in) The Future who occasionally travels back in time to save the main cast.
Tropes associated with Flashback:
Voiced by: Bob McFaddenCondor is a retired Silverhawk who's working as a private eye when his old friend Stargazer calls him back to active duty. His tech is outmoded, but his experience makes up for it.
Tropes associated with Condor:
Voiced by: Larry Kenney (probably)Moonstryker is a cocky young Silverhawk whose technology is a little more advanced than his teammates'. He uses a spinning turbine attached to his waist to fly.
Tropes associated with Moonstryker:
Voiced by: Earl HammondThe leader of the mob, and arch-enemy of the Silverhawks and of Commander Stargazer in particular.
Tropes associated with Mon*Star:
Voiced by: Bob McFaddenMon*Star's personal assistant, who activates the machinery for his boss's transformations with the Moonstar of Limbo.
Tropes associated with Yes-Man:
Voiced by: Bob McFaddenThe Mob's weapons specialist.
Tropes associated with Hardware:
Voiced by: Maggie WheelerThe only female member of the Mob, she uses her trademark keytar weapon to create devastating shockwaves.
Tropes associated with Melodia:
Voiced by: Doug PreisA member of the Mob who uses a magical tuning fork to create devastating weather effects, usually lightning or tornadoes.
Tropes associated with Windhammer:
Voiced by: Doug PreisThe Mob's resident master of disguise and infiltration expert.
Tropes associated with Molec-U-Lar:
A sentient robotic member of the Mob, outfitted with numerous saw-blades.
Tropes associated with Buzz-Saw:
Voiced by: Larry KenneyThe Mob's money-man, he runs the Starship Casino on their behalf.
Tropes associated with Poker-Face:
Voiced by: Peter NewmanThe Mob's resident strong-man with the head of a bull.
Tropes associated with Mumbo Jumbo:
Voiced by: Larry KenneyThe youngest member of the Mob at age 14, he has the ability to stop time for one Limbo-minute.
Tropes associated with Timestopper: