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Characters: Viewtiful Joe
A compilation of the characters from the Viewtiful Joe series. HENSHIN-A-GO-GO, BABY!

Heroes

Viewtiful Joe

The main hero of the game, Joe was an average person till he took Silvia to the movies. After Silvia is kidnapped, Joe is similarly taken into Movie Land where the spirit of Captain Blue trains him to become Viewtiful Joe.

Voiced by: Dee Bradley Baker (games), Tomokazu Seki (anime, JPN), Jeff Nimoy (anime, EN; credited as Jason Palmer)

Sexy Silvia

The female lead of the series; Damsel in Distress in the first, Action Girl in the second. She has a very close relationship with Joe, even though his fanboyism for Captain Blue movies leaves a lot to be desired for Silvia's romantic moments. It turns out she's Captain Blue's daughter and hasn't seen him in a long time.

Voiced by: Christina Puccelli (games), Natsuko Kuwatani (anime, JPN), Philece Sampler (anime, EN)

Captain Blue

The titular hero of the Captain Blue movie that Joe and Silvia watch. After being defeated, his spirit lives on to teach Joe the ways of becoming a super hero. Except this is all a big lie. Blue is actually the villain of the movie, having seen that being a hero has become dreadfully boring. Joe does bring him to his senses and Blue returns to normal, only to be rendered inactive for the majority of the second game due to being turned into one of the seven Rainbow Oscars.

Voiced by: Gregg Berger (games), Banjō Ginga (anime, JPN), Bob Papenbrook (anime, EN [ep. 1-21]), George C. Cole (anime, EN [ep. 23-26])

Captain Blue Jr.

A Canon Immigrant from the anime who later got to be in Red Hot Rumble, Jr. was meant to succeed Captain Blue as the role of a super hero, but Joe just happened to become The Chosen One instead, much to Jr.'s dismay. Not wanting to feel forgotten, Jr. is very knowledgeable in the ways of becoming a hero unlike Joe and so he tasks himself to make Joe do what he needs to do besides goofing off, specifically saving Silvia. At the start of the second season, Jr. does get a V-Watch, or rather, V-Yoyos.

Voiced by: Tara Strong (Red Hot Rumble), Makoto Tsumura (anime, JPN), Katie Leigh (anime, EN)

Joe's Family

Jet Black

An old friend of Silvia's dad who used to work together with him, father to Joe. He is the one who actually owns the cinema Joe and Silvia attend and helps the couple in rescuing Captain Blue from Gedow's hands. He is in truth the Big Bad of Gedow, secretly sabotaging the two whenever he needs to while appearing clumsy.

Voiced by: Keith Szarabajka (games), Jurota Kosugi (anime)

Junko

Joe and Jasmine's mother, a famous actress who passed away long before the start of the series.

Voiced by: Hynden Walch

Jasmine

Joe's little, slightly mature sister and Jet's daughter who wishes to become a great actress like Junko. In Double Trouble!, she is just starting her career until Madow steals the film. Instead of letting Joe handle things, she gives chase.

Voiced by: Hynden Walch

Jadow

Dark Fiend, Charles the 3rd

Voiced by: Roger Rose (games), Mitsuru Ogata (anime, JPN), Terrence Stone (anime, EN)

Iron Ogre, Hulk Davidson

Voiced by: Kevin Michael Richardson (games), Akimitsu Takase (anime, JPN), Joe Cooker (anime, EN)

Aquatic Terror, Gran Bruce

Voiced by: Roger Rose (games), Shouto Kashii (anime, JPN), Ross Lawrence (anime, EN)

Inferno Lord, Fire Leo

Voiced by: Kevin Michael Richardson (games), Yoji Ueda (anime, JPN), Udel R. Deet (anime, EN)

Almighty Leader, King Blue

Voiced by: Gregg Berger (games)

Gedow

Drill Sergeant, Big John

Voiced by: Michael Gough (games)

Ancient Guardian, Flinty Stone

Voiced by: Roger Rose (games)

Cyber Phantom, Cameo Leon

Voiced by: Dave Wittenberg (games)

Blizzard Hazard, Frost Tiger

Voiced by: Fred Tatasciore (games)

Serial Killer Android, Miss Bloody Rachel

Voiced by: Vanessa Marshall (games)

Mad Scientist, Dr. Cranken

Voiced by: Peter Renaday (games)

Emperor of Gedow, Black

Voiced by: Keith Szarabajka (games)

Madow

Gadget-Cop

Killer Hands

Alter Woman/Vanilla

Meta Rangers

Queen Heinderella

Voiced by: Hynden Walch

Others

Blade Master Alastor

Voiced by: Mikey Kelley (games), Shinichiro Miki (anime, JPN), Ross Lawrence (anime, EN)

The Biankies

Dante

Voiced by: Drew Coombs

Trish

Voiced by: Christina Puccelli (Viewtiful Joe note ), Sarah Lafleur (Red Hot Rumble)

Dark Emperor, King Mundus

  • A God Am I: Duh.
  • The Bus Came Back: A rather dramatic reveal.
  • The Corrupter: For Captain Blue in Dante's story.
  • Crazy-Prepared: He planted a "seed" inside Trish, just in case he ended up getting sealed. Trish experiencing emotions was the trigger to cause the seed to weaken the seal that was placed on him at the end of the first game.
  • Demonic Possession: He does this with Captain Blue.
  • Revenge: Against Dante and Trish, but also against Eva, whose soul is locked in Dante's amulet. Mundus actually sees Eva — the party responsible for numerous events throughout the series (Dante's revival when killed in the demon attack on his family as a child, Nelo Angelo's violent reaction to Dante's half of the Perfect Amulet, Trish's resurrection at the end of DMC, etc.) — as his real enemy, elevating her role in the original game from a primary motivational factor for her son to a three-way combination of Big Good, The Chessmaster, and Guile Heroine.
    Mundus: "The real enemy was you, Eva!"
  • Walking Spoiler: The character's involvement in Dante's story is unexpected, to say the least.

Coordinator Sprocket

Voiced by: Vanessa Marshall (Red Hot Rumble), Mayumi Asano (anime, JPN), Wendee Lee (anime, EN)

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