The titular "dandy guy in space", Dandy is a young man with a sweet hairstyle, a junk bucket spaceship, and no greater aim in life than to make money identifying unknown alien species so he can spend it at every BooBies restaurant in the galaxy.
Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: One , at the end of episode 7. He enters a realm faster than thought, outside of time. Five billion years later, he discovers that he is revered as a god. Given the nature of the series it's not permanent, of course.
Child Hater: Claims to be one early on in episode 5, to an actual child (Adelie). Averted later on, where he not only tracks down the girl's grandfather, but lets them go live their life in peace rather than taking her to the alien registry.
On the flip side, when Adelie tells him why she thinks adults are terrible, Dandy doesn't rebuke that notion, implying that he agrees with her on that front despite being an adult himself.
Chivalrous Pervert: Despite how much Dandy loves the women, he claims he doesn't look at porn.
Cloning Blues: Temporarily has a Heroic BSOD when he thinks that he's a shape shifting alien that's posed as Dandy for so long that he's forgotten about it. He gets over it almost immediately, though Meow and QT are still bothered by the possibility.
Crazy-Prepared: By virtue of owning a planet-destroying bomb and a Transforming Mecha doubling as an Escape Pod in case of dire emergencies. Unfortunately, he doesn't really think beyond the point where he'll have to use such desperate measures.
Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He is actually very agile, good at hand-to-hand combat, and an expert mecha pilot, but he seems to only use these skills for self-defense, and even then largely reflexively.
The Dandy: Space Dandy isn't just a dandy guy. He's a dandy guy...IN SPAAAAACE!!! He's damn proud to be a good-looking, smooth-talking ladies man. He wouldn't be named "Space Dandy" if he wasn't one. Downplayed in that he'll be more concerned with getting the job done than he is with keeping his good looks... but when he's not working, he's all about the good looks and the ladies.
The Hunter Becomes The Hunted: Because they're from a different dimension, Dandy and his crew are mistaken for exotic aliens by the versions of them in one of the new universes from the season two premiere.
Idiot Hero: Even chalking up all the times he' gotten himself killed or nearly killed to debonair recklessness, Dandy just isn't very bright. He took over a hundred trips through a "Groundhog Day" Loop without noticing anything was wrong, and even then needed the narrator to tell him what was going on.
Jerk with a Heart of Gold: While he may seem like a sleazebag, Dandy is not that bad of a guy. In episode 5, not only does he bond with the alien girl (Adélie) that he captures, he also tracks down her grandfather under the guise of going to BooBies and reunites the two rather than taking her to the registry and collecting the massive bounty. In addition there's his reaction in Episode 14 after the Ukulele Man turned Meow and QT into statues.
Large Ham: He tends to have exceptionally dramatic freak outs when BooBies, woolongs or his life is on the line. And that's nothing compared to his propensity for randomly going off on a monologue of some sort, sometimes unprovoked, complete with dramatic flourishes of his hands and background scenery and music for emphasis.
It's implied during the season two premiere that his many claimed ludicrous exploits are a result of him remembering the adventures of parallel universe versions of himself.
Only in It for the Money: Less so than QT though, as he's willing to do the honorable thing on occasion in lieu of getting paid.
Person of Mass Destruction: So far he's managed to destroy and/or kill at least three planets, one of which turned into a black hole.
Pet the Dog: His most consistent display of this is how he treats QT in that he treats him a lot better than most of the universe treats robots.
Skewed Priorities: Can be roughly summed up as 1.) Find aliens, 2.) Get money, 3.) Look at boobs or butts. Never mind the overwhelmingly powerful space fleet pursuing him (not that he's even aware he's being chased). In episode 3, he places boobs as a higher priority than eating.
Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist: Ultimately doesn't seem to care about anyone but himself, as he's ready to abandon Meow to an Extreme Omnivore alien in episode 3 (he goes back only because Meow still has his Boobies points card and ultimately forgets to rescue him anyway), and has to be goaded to taking Meow to a hospital in episode 4 when he starts acting strangely. He has no problem abandoning QT either.
Unwitting Pawn: Possibly due to his "go with the flow" philosophy, he's easily manipulated by Dr. H and the book aliens to further their respective ends.
Dandy's long-suffering robot companion who operates as a vacuum cleaner. QT is considerably more intelligent and reasonable than the blockheaded Dandy and Meow, but is woefully brought down to their level of incompetency thanks in no small part to out-of-date hardware.
Acrofatic: For a portly and outdated robot, QT is surprisingly agile.
A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Has great contempt for the foolishness of "meat puppets", but he doesn't really want to kill or overthrow them if it can be helped.
Ambiguous Gender: After some confusion, QT is finally confirmed as male. Besides being referred to as "he" several times in the dub, episode 13 also refers to him as "he" in the original Japanese as well by the female coffee-maker.
Auto-Tune: QT's voice are processed through a digital modulator to sound more like a robot, though it's more evident in the English dub as intonation is a lot more important in Japanese.
Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: QT cheerfully abandons Dandy and Meow to almost certain death a little too frequently. Although considering how the two of them act, he has some good reason for doing it.
Cute Machines: QT's rounded, sunny-yellow body with its Twiki-style extendo-arms and retractable plug in the back resembles nothing so much as a Fisher-Price vacuum cleaner.
Extreme Doormat: Frequently gets exasperated at Dandy's antics, but remains patient, reliable, and loyal to him, and never really lashes out at him.
In episode 8, when the Aloha Oe lands on a planet that appears to be made out of old machine parts and junk from old spacecraft, he immediately gets spazzy about musing over what all of it could be used for, and even exclaims that his "circuits rarely get this aroused".
This is much better shown in episode 13 where he falls in love for the first time with a coffeemaker named Maker. Much to his dismay, she likes the cash register - Register - over him, but he does the right choice for her.
The Greatest Story Never Told: The only thing Dandy and Meow notice about his exploits in the first season finale is that there's a lot more coffee in the ship.
Happiness in Slavery: Not as Dandy's crewmate per se, but QT vastly prefers fulfilling his primary function as a vacuum cleaner robot instead of living the chaotic and dangerous lifestyle of a spacefaring Alien Hunter. The level of autonomy and respect Dandy grants to him is actually rather remarkable as there aren't many robots seen wandering free like QT; there are also some societies that would dispose of such appliances if they showed even an inkling of QT's levels of thought and emotion.
Hypercompetent Sidekick: Clearly the most competent member of the Aloha Oe's crew, but exclusively works as the ship's engineer and appears useless in battle, making QT and Dandy two halves of a pretty equal partnership.
The Immune: By Dandy's logic, zombie bites can't turn QT into a zombie, being a robot and all. This is completely wrong in this universe.
Lethal Chef: Doesn't seem to understand that the food ordered through the mail has been expired for 10,000 years, and still expects Dandy and Meow to eat it.
Nicknamed by Dandy because of his catlike appearance and unpronounceable real name (pronounced "Nynyamo", captioned as "Me#$%"), Meow is a Betelgeusian. Misidentified as a rare new species of alien by an out-of-it QT in the first episode, they're dismayed to find that Betelgeusians are way too common to be worth any money, but he has enough leads on the locations of potential alien catches that they decide to bring him along.
Action Survivor: Always accompanies Dandy onto planets, despite having no survival skills at all.
Adorkable: He resembles a cute kitty and, going by his favorite activities, he's certainly a massive dork.
Covert Pervert: You wouldn't guess from his cute design that he'd be introduced on the show as a leering customer at BooBies taking creepshots of the waitresses.
Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He manages to fight Dandy to a standstill in episode 6. Granted, Dandy's not the most competent guy around, but he's shown to be a skilled fighter whereas up to that point Meow was essentially a Non-Action Guy so it's still impressive.
Dissonant Serenity: Due to having already been on the Death World the team visits during the premiere, Meow's comparatively calm about its dangers, even going so far as to laugh at Dandy when they're both drowning.
The Drag-Along: He starts out his tenure on the Aloha Oe's crew as this since he was originally one more captured alien.
Glowing Eyes: When Meow is shown sitting alone in his dark room in Episode 6, his eyes glow green. Not surprising considering how catlike he is.
I Am Not Weasel: Though looking an awful lot like a cat, grooming himself like a cat, batting at Dandy's holographic BooBies card like a cat would, and eating a diet mainly consisting of fish, Meow is very insistent he isn't a space cat. Dandy still refers to him regularly as if he was a cat.
Inadequate Inheritor: Besides how boring his town was, it's implied that the reason he gave up on being a metal worker like his father is that he was pretty terrible at it. Even practicing for several time loops fails to improve his performance.
InterspeciesRomantic: Attractive human females are irresistible to him, even though he's a Betelgeusian.
Incompatible Orientation: Just when Meow is getting used to being in a time loop on his home planet, deciding that this is a good opportunity to settle down and marry Katie, he gets hit with this when Katie reveals she's gay (and dating Lil' Mama). Cue Meow screaming and revving up a chainsaw to get out of the time loop ASAP.
Jerkass: While he's more laid back and reasonable than Dandy, he's still a lazy, useless pervert who clearly takes Dandy and QT's generosity of letting him stay on the ship for granted.
Licked by the Dog: Despite how he ditched them all to go bumming around the galaxy and his generally unpleasant nature, Meow's family and friends on Betelgeuse still love him and are more than willing to help him out when he's in trouble.
The Load: He's on the crew because he supposedly knows the whereabouts of some rare aliens. So far, he hasn't really lived up to this claim and is otherwise just a drain on Dandy's resources.
Non-Action Guy: Save for his fight with Dandy in episode 6, Meow tends to just hide behind Dandy or stay out of conflict entirely when things get ugly.
Meow's got a collection of manga, anime figurines, and body pillows big enough to start his own museum. His dorky sarong/crocs ensemble also fits the look, though episode 10 shows that it's a common Betelgeusian outfit.
He decides in episode 13 that he's going to stop trying to get with real women, and instead go for 2D girls, which means plenty of anime dating sims.
The Unpronounceable: "Nynyamo", his real name, is actually quite a common name for Betelgeusians, but neither Dandy or QT can understand how he's pronouncing it, so they just call him Meow because he looks like a space cat. Meow isn't amused by this. In the dub his name somewhat consistently sounds like Myehmyehmyur slurred, but in the original Japanese his name is incomprehensible and seems to change every time it's said.
A specimen inspector at the Alien Registration Bureau, where alien hunters like Dandy come to cash in their rare finds (or, in Dandy's case, fail to do so). Although she may look like an ordinary clerk, her calm demeanor hides her able hand-to-hand combat skills.
Lost Food Grievance: She single-handedly wipes out an entire gang of armed Gogol Empire mooks barehanded because they spilled her ramen.
No Guy Wants an Amazon: Dandy finds her somewhat attractive, but is pointedly not in love with her. She never really manages to picque his attention either despite his propensity to moon over almost every pretty woman he meets.
Not So Stoic: She loses her cool in episode 11, which shows even she has limits to dealing with the Dandy Crew.
Pet the Dog: In the second season premiere, after the crew's latest failure, she doesn't yell at them as usual and instead calmly suggests different opportunities.
A bubbly waitress at the branch of BooBies "breastaurant" that Dandy frequents.
Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Strikes up a conversation with Dandy, only to go running off in the middle of it after a dance party starts up in the middle of the restaurant. She does manage to remember his drink order. Maybe she was just getting bored of him boasting about himself.
Badass Driver: She randomly shows up in the space race episode, and does pretty well.
Exotic Eye Designs: The way light reflects in her irises makes it look like she's got glowing white stars twinkling in the corners of her eyes.
Fanservice with a Smile: This is literally her job as a waitress at a restaurant known more for its girls than its food.
Heroes Want Redheads: One of the alternate versions of her that Dandy encounters during the start of season two is a cute redhead that seems to be rather close with her iteration of Dandy.
Hidden Depths: Surprisingly good at space-drag racing. She was also able to easily read some "ancient alien writing" that QT claimed she would need to get an upgrade just to support the upgrade to read.
Ms. Fanservice: Wears a Stripperiffic outfit in every scene she's in? Check. Works at a place named after a sexually appealing body part? Check. Has about three fanservice tropes on her? Check.
Obfuscating Stupidity: Seemingly a Brainless Beauty at first, hints are repeatedly dropped that it's an act. While she might not be a genius, she shows quite often that she's smarter than she lets on. As noted above, she's able to accurately remember orders despite apparent distractions. When Dandy asks her to guess his job, and states that it starts with an A, her answer is "asteroid belt.", the original dub script calling for her to guess "ass" in the same cheery tone. The Japanese dialog has Dandy say that he's something that starts with a "U", Honey responds by saying "A maggot (ujimushi)?". She's also a rather competent racer and able to easily read alien writing that even QT could not. Though that last one ended up being an illusion created by a book-like alien with mind-control powers, the book also stated that actions taken by mind-control are dependant on the intelligence of the one being controlled, and also states that working that way with Dandy and his crew was a pain. So the book pretty much used Honey's "smarter brain" to read the text.
Offscreen Teleportation: Despite the fact that every BooBies has a different roster of girls, thus inspiring Dandy to make an effort to visit them all, she somehow appears at every BooBies Dandy visits during his intergalactic adventures.
Stripperific: Her standard work attire is a bikini. Unusually for this trope, her footwear isn't the standard issue high heels, but sensible flats like an actual waitress might wear.
Butt Monkey: He's practically guaranteed to die in every episode he's in and has yet to even confront Dandy in person. When the Gogol empire fleet finally does attack Dandy, Dr. Gel is too caught up in calculating how to defeat Dandy to notice.
Ditzy Genius: He is a doctor after all, and is said to be the Gogol Empire's greatest scientist. He's even shown performing complex calculations to back this claim. When it comes to pursuing Dandy, however, he's hopelessly incompetent.
The Dragon: Appears to be this to Admiral Perry, directly taking orders from him.
Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: He's shaping up to be one; not only has he repeatedly failed to capture Dandy and the Aloha Oe crew, but there's no indication they've even noticed that he's after them, let alone know who he is.
The alternate universe version of Dr. Gel has somehow managed to present himself as a threat to Kid Dandy, even though this Dr. Gel and Bea appear to be even less competent then their regular counterparts.
Nice Hat: Fitting in with the funkadelic nature of the show, it looks like he swiped it from Bootsy Collins.
Nice Shoes: Contrasting with the funky look of the rest of his outfit, his boots look like something a punk rocker would wear.
While pursuing Dandy in episode 7, he winds up forgetting about capturing him and becomes more intent on beating him in the race.
Episode 8 shows that he's not all doom and gloom either. He was trying to hide from Admiral Perry the fact that he was enjoying a new music player that Bea installed into the ship.
Pimp Duds: Dresses like a pimp, but doesn't act like one.
Sanity Slippage: Much like his repeated deaths, it resets each episode, but twice so far he's lost his sanity. Once when writing down a formula to capture Dandy, and another when trying to determine if he was really Dr. Gel or just the Chameleonian. Both instances resulted in a Room Full of Crazy.
Dr. Gel and Bea die as often as Meow does. As of episode 8, he's been zombified, had Admiral Perry self-destruct his ship, smashed into a giant spiked pillar in a race, and got sucked into a black hole.
He even lampshades it in the preview for Episode 9.
Dr. Gel: My name is Dr. Gel. They don't give me very much screen time and for some reason I keep dying. I am officially very dissatisfied.
Underestimating Badassery: Inverted. He assumes every single thing Dandy does is an ingenious ploy to foil him, and while Dandy probably is capable of doing such a thing, it's always purely a coincidence.
Unknown Rival: His life's goal is to capture Dandy. Dandy is almost certainly unaware of his existence.
Your Size May Vary: Sometimes he's a giant in comparison to Bea, and sometimes he's merely twice as tall.
Brainy Brunette: He has brown hair (complete with a topknot), and his job requires a certain amount of intelligence.
Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: When Dr. Gel becomes too focused on calculating Dandy's weakness, Bea takes command over the fleet and actually manages to engage Dandy in combat, something Dr. Gel has yet to do.
Does Not Like Shoes: He doesn't appear to be wearing shoes, as his tiny feet are the same color as his skin.
Eyes Always Shut: They're rarely ever seen open, only when shocked or zombified.
Your Size May Vary: Bea is always smaller than Dr. Gel, but how much smaller is another story. Sometime's he's about half Dr. Gel's height (Episode 4), and sometimes he looks like a mouse in comparison (Episode 8).
The ruler of the Gogol Empire under whose command Dr. Gel is pursuing Dandy.
Big Bad: He's the one ordering around Dr. Gel to capture Dandy.
Cool Crown: Wears one. There's also planets floating around his head, though it isn't clear of this is connected to the crown.
Dem Bones: Not only does he have a skull head, but he has bony arms as well, as shown in episode 8.
Evil Counterpart: To Dandy due to him being a fiery cheapskate decked out in star motifs who is all too willing to dispose of underlings when they prove to be troublesome or useless. The two of them are also hunting highly elusive prey across the cosmos.
Child Hater: Inverted to Adult Hater. She claims that all adults are jerks because their age makes them arrogant and they blame their problems on the world.
Damsel out of Distress: She's captured twice in her first episode and both times she is capable of escape by exploiting public attention and her sharp teeth.
Defiant Captive: She's guaranteed to give her captor a hard time, as Dandy finds out.
Defrosting Ice Queen: Initially hates Dandy, but as they travel together, she warms up to him and asks to join his crew.
Girls Love Stuffed Animals: She carries around a large stuffed penguin wherever she goes. Part of the reason is because she stores the consciousness of her victims in it.
Humanoid Alien: Virtually human by all superficial appearances. Besides her usually hidden twin stingers her fingernails more closely resemble miniature hooves over the tips. Her feet seem to taper into hooves with heel-like cloves her pupils are inhuman and her hairstyle seems to be biological (shared with her grandfather).
Tsundere: A typical mellowed out Type A (Tsun-Tsun). She starts out using her powers on him in anger when she thinks he's going to abandon her and then stomping off to cry. Like any good tsundere of this type, she affectionately calls him an idiot.
A famous human space-drag racer whose popularity with the ladies at Boobies makes him a rival to Dandy.
Affectionate Parody: He's a walking parody of generic pretty boy rivals, right down to having a very similar team to the hero's. However, the writers decided to cut out the middleman and remove any inevitable subtext in favor of making him straight up gay for Dandy.
Amoral Attorney: Squeak is stated to be a lawyer, threatens to sue Meow, and even rigs the race by placing a bomb on Dandy's ship.
Bishie Sparkle: Emits them at all times, at least until he gets flustered. He somehow has the ability to emit even more when he really gets into it.
Foil: He even has a robot and a furry sidekick (a rat) to foil QT and Meow.
The Psycho Rangers: He has his own robot and animal-esque alien (a rat this time) sidekick. They're more Jerkasses than flat-out evil, though (except for Squeak, who rigs the Little Ahola with explosives during a race pit stop.)
The Rival: To Dandy. It's because Dandy is worthy of being his rival that he falls in love with him.
Spirited Competitor: He says that races are not about winning, they're about fun. He becomes very spirited indeed when Dandy proves capable of keeping up with him.
A cerebral plant from the planet Planta, he is surprised to meet Dandy since he had never encountered an organism that was neither plant nor microbe. He is very introspective and wants to use Dandy's non-plant nature to remove Code D, which causes plants to become ginormous, which he sees as dangerous.
Blue and Orange Morality: He has some odd ideas. He seems to be proud of his daughter, but he doesn't object to her putting herself in danger. He also strongly believes that the Vegims should return to being ordinary plants, and embraces becoming a vegetable again as a new beginning, an idea that other scientist plants do not share.
Flowers for Algernon Syndrome: Purposely invoked. The plants of Planet Planta were granted high intelligence by Code D, but Dr. H didn't think this was totally a good thing, and missed the simple life of a regular plant. So he has Dandy destroy Code D without telling him what will happen.
The Stoic: He shows some emotions, but he's pretty hard to read.
Dandy: Oh yes. If you like boobs, [Boobie's] is the only place to be.
Meow's Dad: (wistfully) I love boobs...
My Beloved Smother: Meow's mom is a mild case - she's happy with him living his own life but drowns him in affection whenever he's around.
No Name Given: None of the family is named. Even Dandy just refers to them as "Meow's dad," "Meow's mom," etc.
Voiced by: Various
An enigmatic and elusive shapeshifting alien that has never been caught or properly studied. It's 100 million wulong bounty entices many an alien hunter, but few have every come across. Given what it can do, that's hardly surprising.
Copy Cat Sue: Invoked. He transforms into an equally boorish, but somewhat nicer version of Dandy to get QT and Meow on its side.
Friendly Enemy: Once it fails to drive Dandy crazy, it decides to amicably coexist with him, albeit completely in sync.
Master of Disguise: Shapeshifting alien so good that he can make his victims believe that they themselves are the Chameleonian
Screw Yourself: It's attracted to what it imitates and will shower lots of compliments on both parties involved.
Shapeshifter Identity Crisis: It can make those it imitates experience this if it doesn't merely confuse them to the point of catatonia; the unlucky target will begin to question whether he or she was the genuine article at all, and may end up believing that they themselves are Chameleonians. The narration implies that Chameleonians suffer from identity crises themselves as they have never seen their "true" forms.
The Sixth Ranger: Considers itself a part of the crew instead of its prisoner. Which leads to...
The Starscream: It tries to usurp Dandy as the ship's captain and well...Dandy.
A resident of Dream Island, the dumping ground for the "defective" robots of Deathroid City. Despite his mismatched and decrepit exterior, he is a rather charismatic machine that helps QT find Miss Maker and holds sway over the many robots who were likewise exiled there. Unfortunately, his plan to achieve his benevolent desire to free his brethren from oppression reveals that his appearance isn't the only thing about him that's grotesquely warped.
A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Like the other robots of Dream Island, his developing emotions impaired his ability to do his job, culminating in his exile.
Evil Counterpart: To QT. In contrast to QT's abrasive personality, contempt for emotions, whole and round body, bright color scheme, and exceptional mobility, Toaster is rather cheerful, is in tune with his feelings, angular, darkly colored, and due to his mismatched parts he can barely manage to limp to places. In addition, the two of them are both considered to be old robots, though it's much more apparent with Toaster.
Hypocrite: He talks at length about how robots have the right to think for themselves, but the moment QT disagrees with his plan to kill the residents of Deathroid, he casually tries to murder him in cold blood and leaves him to die.
Deus Angst Machina: One Dandy's universe sucks so much, that his version of Meow is a psychotic looking humanoid robot who only screeches "MEOW" in a shrill mechanical voice. He walks around carrying a helmet under his arm, but Dandy has never seen him put it on. His translator doesn't even know what Meow is saying. QT happens to be this short old man walking around in a pink space suit, but he's completely incompetent in doing anything other than sneezing against his own space helmet. Emo Dandy's life sucks THAT MUCH, that the Narrator claims that all future episodes will feature this Dandy instead.
Distaff Counterpart: There are female versions of the characters, with one purple-haired female Dandy and a Cat Girl Meow who still has a masculine voice.
The Eeyore: Emo Dandy. He's depressed because his Meow and QT are so bizarre and useless.
Other Me Annoys Me: Though the original crew likes some of the alternate counterparts, they eventually get tired of them all when they get stuck into the same spaceship and have to spend time together until they find a solution to return them back to their dimensions. Once Emo Dandy comes into the picture, everyone is freaked out from the sheer horror of his crew members.
Pokémon Speak: The Dr. Gel of Kid Dandy's universe can only say "Gel." Similarly, his Bea only says "Bebebebebe."
Schrödinger's Cat: The Meow of Kid-Dandy's universe is of an alien species called Schrodingarians. He's a little cat kept inside a box and alternates between being dead and alive every time the box is opened.
Sixth Ranger: Several of the alternate universes have Honey tagging along as the fourth member of Dandy's crew.
Shout-Out: Many of the alternate universes are references to other anime. Comic-verse Dandy rides around on a cloud and searches for magic balls a la Dragon Ball, Big Dandy is clearly supposed to be a nod to Attack on Titan (he's even shown crashing through a massive concrete wall), and another universe has Dandy and crew act as Highly-Visible Ninja similar to Naruto.
The Unintelligible: Emo Dandy's Meow only speaks in a creepy, guttural "meow" sound, and his alien translator does nothing to help.
Verbal Tic: Trucker-verse Meow often spits out puns on the word "Meow."
You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Ace-verse Dandy has a spiky blue pomp, while Space Inspector Dandy has puffy blue hair, and so does another one from another universe. She-Dandy has bright purple hair, while Ace-verse Honey has bright pink, as does another Dandy from another unnamed universe.
A rare and singular example of his kind, the Ukulele Man is an alien musician and self-proclaimed "smile aficionado" that resembles a skeleton marionette with a tribal mask for a face. He resents his static facial features and desires to better express himself. To that end, he has lured Dandy to his mansion on a hostile jungle world as he covets his smile above all others and believes it to be the key to achieving his goals.
Dissonant Serenity: Though he claims to feel a variety of emotions, his immovable face and constant tone of voice make him seem perpetually calm no matter the situation. This is played straight after Dandy mortally wounds him.