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* AnnoyingLaugh: His girlish giggle, though it fits his PsychopathicManchild personality.


-->'''Voiced by:''' Carlos Diaz (Phil), Kristina Nicoll (Vivian), Katie Griffin (Abbie)

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-->'''Voiced by:''' Carlos Diaz (Phil), Kristina Nicoll (Vivian), Katie Griffin (Abbie)(Abbie), Peter Oldring (Bubbles)


* DrivenByEnvy / GreenEyedMonster: Part of the reason why he hates Atomic Puppet's vigilantism is because he wants to prove that the police are as capable of dealing with supervillains as superheroes can.

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* DrivenByEnvy / GreenEyedMonster: DrivenByEnvy: Part of the reason why he hates Atomic Puppet's vigilantism is because he wants to prove that the police are as capable of dealing with supervillains as superheroes can.


* ColorCodedEyes: Has green eyes, complete with feline pupils. Because she's so cat-like.



* {{Expy}}: Of ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} obviously.
* GreenEyes: Complete with feline pupils.

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%% * {{Expy}}: Of ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} obviously.
* GreenEyes: Complete with feline pupils.
obviously.


* AnimeHair: Has a pretty large spiky hairdo.



* AnimeHair: Has a pretty large spiky hairdo.



* SecretIdentity: Joey has to keep it secret from everyone that he and his sock puppet are Atomic Puppet.

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* SecretIdentity: Joey has to keep it secret from everyone (except Pauline, Mookie, and the other superheroes) that he and his sock puppet are Atomic Puppet.



* BreakTheHaughty: His transformation into a sock puppet was a big one for him after years of celebrity status amongst the people of Mega City. He slowly learns to accept his new lot in life over the series.

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* BreakTheHaughty: His transformation into a sock puppet was a big one for him after years of celebrity status amongst among the people of Mega City. He slowly learns to accept his new lot in life over the series.



* EngineeredHeroics: Many of his schemes tend to revolve around this. Typically, he releases a monster or causes some damage that he pins on a villain before coming in to "rescue" Mega City, and thus become its hero. But due to his bumbling, he usually ends up having to be saved by Atomic Puppet instead.



* MonsterProtectionRacket: Many of his schemes tend to revolve around this. Typically, he releases a monster or causes some damage that he pins on a villain before coming in to "rescue" Mega City, and thus become its hero.



* {{Expy}}: Clearly modeled after the aliens from ''Film/MarsAttacks''



* MyBrainIsBig: Not unlike the aliens from ''Film/MarsAttacks''.

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* MyBrainIsBig: Not unlike the aliens from ''Film/MarsAttacks''.Has a very large cranium.



* FallenHero: Like Mookie, he was originally a wannabe superhero, but now feels they that superheroes don't deserve the admiration they get. As he puts it, he's wants to prove they're "no more a hero than anyone else".

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* FallenHero: Like Mookie, he was originally a wannabe superhero, but now feels they that superheroes don't deserve the admiration they get. As he puts it, he's wants to prove they're "no more a hero than anyone else".



* ADayInTheLimelight: Gets the most appearances out of all of Joey's family, such as "Survival of the Feltest".

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* ADayInTheLimelight: Gets the most appearances out of all of Joey's family, such as "Survival of the Feltest".Feltest", "Monster Truck Invasion", and "Pinched Nerves".



* {{Expy}}: Of Franchise/{{Superman}}. AP briefly mentioned that he came from another planet and his primary ability is heat vision.

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* {{Expy}}: Of Franchise/{{Superman}}. AP briefly mentioned that he came from another planet and his primary ability is heat vision. His obsession with his appearance also brings to mind ComicBook/BoosterGold.



* {{Expy}}: Of [[ComicBook/TeenTitans Cyborg]] for obvious reasons.

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* {{Expy}}: Of [[ComicBook/TeenTitans Cyborg]] for obvious reasons.reasons, with some elements of Franchise/{{Robocop}}.



* {{Expy}}: Of Franchise/GreenLantern, as seen in his name and powers.

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* {{Expy}}: Of Franchise/GreenLantern, as seen in his name and powers. His appearance does bring to mind ComicBook/{{Firestorm}} for some, however,



* {{Expy}}: Of Franchise/WonderWoman, right down to having a lasso of truth and reflective bracers.

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* {{Expy}}: Of Franchise/WonderWoman, right down to having a lasso of truth and reflective bracers. A few have also compared her appearance to [[Series/XenaWarriorPrincess Xena]].



-->'''Chief Kevlar:''' You say "like", one more time, ''and I'm going to lock you up'' '''''for crimes against language'''''!

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-->'''Chief Kevlar:''' You say "like", "like" one more time, time ''and I'm going to lock you up'' '''''for crimes against language'''''!language!'''''


* EmbarrassingNickname: His mother calls him Jo-Jo.

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* EmbarrassingNickname: His mother calls him Jo-Jo."Jo-Jo".



* BalefulPolymorph: Thanks to Mookie, although how it was done is unexplained.

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* BalefulPolymorph: BalefulPolymorph / PuppetPermutation: Thanks to Mookie, although how it was done is unexplained.



* BumblingSidekick: Used to be one for Captain Atomic. Deconstructed, as Captain Atomic's intolerance for Mookie's incompetence and the constant humiliation made Mookie envious of Captain Atomic's celebrity status, which is why he turned Captain Atomic into AP.

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* BumblingSidekick: Used to be one for Captain Atomic. Deconstructed, as Captain Atomic's intolerance for Mookie's incompetence and the constant humiliation made Mookie experienced made him envious of Captain Atomic's celebrity status, which is why he turned Captain Atomic into AP.



* ILied: Tite-Gripp is endlessly fond of using this trope to get the better of his enemies, though most of them wise up to it after their first deception. In "Atomic Weakness", they actually use it against him when Joey and AP ask him to steal Chief Kevlar's power-draining meteorite, knowing that he would destroy it rather than give it to the duo as he promised.

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* ILied: Tite-Gripp is endlessly fond of using this trope to get the better of his enemies, though most of them wise up to it after their first deception. In "Atomic Weakness", they actually use it gets used against him when Joey and AP ask him to steal Chief Kevlar's power-draining meteorite, knowing that he would destroy it rather than give it to the duo as he promised.



* EldritchAbomination: Her [[HeWhoMustNotBeSeen unseen]] master.

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* EldritchAbomination: Her [[HeWhoMustNotBeSeen unseen]] master.master/husband.



* FallenHero: Like Mookie, he was originally a wannabe superhero, but now feels they that they don't deserve the admiration they get. As he puts it, he's wants to prove they're "no more a hero than anyone else".

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* FallenHero: Like Mookie, he was originally a wannabe superhero, but now feels they that they superheroes don't deserve the admiration they get. As he puts it, he's wants to prove they're "no more a hero than anyone else".



* NiceGuy: Befitting of his bronzed body and golden hair, he's got the biggest heart of gold of all the superheroes in the show.

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* NiceGuy: Befitting As if to match the colour of his bronzed body and golden hair, he's got the biggest heart of gold of all the superheroes in the show.


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* NosyNeighbour: He even steals Phil's morning newspaper on a regular basis.


* [[ABoyAndHisX A Boy and his Formerly Human Hand Puppet]]: Subverted. Captain Atomic is reliant on Joey since he's the only one who's capable of powering him up. He's a lot more like a roommate. Who's a puppet. And a superhero.


* BreakTheHaughty: His transformation into a sock puppet was a big one for him after years of celebrity status amongst the people of Mega City. He slowly learns to accept his new lot in life over the series.



* HandPuppet: Thanks to Mookie.

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* HandPuppet: Thanks to Mookie.Mookie, although as far as everyone else knows, Captain Atomic just "mysteriously vanished".



* LaserGuidedKarma: Mookie tries to replace Captain Atomic as Mega City's hero, only to be laughed at and humiliated.
** In Episode Hero Hall of Fame Mookie try to ride the coattails of Captain Atomic fame when Captain Atomic was put in the Hero Hall of Fame. Not only did Captain Atomic fans hate him, but his plan to destroy Captain Atomic statue ended up with him naked and laugh at by Captain Atomic fans.
* TheLoad: In, "Hero Hall of Fame", it's shown that Mookie never really help Captain Atomic as his sidekick, implying he was only his sidekick to ride the coattails of Captain Atomic to glory.

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* LaserGuidedKarma: Mookie always tries to replace Captain Atomic and Atomic Puppet as Mega City's hero, only to be laughed at and humiliated.
** In Episode Hero
humiliated. "Hero Hall of Fame Fame" is a good example, as Mookie try tries to ride seize the coattails of Captain Atomic opportunity for fame when Captain Atomic was put in is inducted into the Hero Hall of Fame. Not only did Captain Atomic Atomic's fans hate him, but his plan to destroy the Captain Atomic statue ended up with him naked and laugh being laughed at by Captain Atomic fans.
them.
* TheLoad: In, In "Hero Hall of Fame", it's shown a montage shows that Mookie never really help helped Captain Atomic as his sidekick, implying he was only his sidekick to ride the coattails of Captain Atomic to glory.



* NeverMyFault: In "The Big Shift", Mookie lashes out at the people Mega City for never accepting him as a hero, despite the fact that he's usually the one causing problems by creating monsters and working together with villains so he can get credit for "defeating" them afterwards.

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* NeverMyFault: In "The Big Shift", Mookie lashes out at the people of Mega City for never accepting him as a hero, despite the fact that he's usually the one causing problems by creating monsters and working together with villains so he can get credit for "defeating" them afterwards.



* SmallNameBigEgo: In contrast to Captain Atomic, Mookie never quite lives up to his own self-perceived greatness, thanks to his incompetence and general uselessness around Captain Atomic.



* OneShotCharacter: Despite having only appeared in a single episode (so far), he managed to get his own character profile on the official website.

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* OneShotCharacter: Despite having only appeared in a single episode (so far), episode, he managed to get his own character profile on the official website.



* NoodlePeople: Even moreso than Joey.



* SuperpowersForADay: Until Princess War Tickle gets the Sword of Enlightenment back and puts it safely away in its power-controlling scabbard. Pauline is a bit disappointed, but War Tickle praises her for her great potential to become a real superhero and for giving up such incredible power.

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* SuperpowersForADay: Until Due to Princess War Tickle gets getting the Sword of Enlightenment back and puts putting it safely away in its power-controlling scabbard. Pauline is a bit disappointed, but War Tickle praises her for her great potential to become a real superhero and for giving up such incredible power.


* LaserGuidedKarma: Mookie try to replace Captain Atomic as Mega City hero, only to be laugh at and humiliation.

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* LaserGuidedKarma: Mookie try tries to replace Captain Atomic as Mega City City's hero, only to be laugh laughed at and humiliation.humiliated.



* TheLoad: Episode Hero Hall of Fame show that Mookie never help Captain Atomic as his Sidekick, Implying he was only his sidekick to ride the coattails of Captain Atomic to glory.

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* TheLoad: Episode Hero In, "Hero Hall of Fame show Fame", it's shown that Mookie never really help Captain Atomic as his Sidekick, Implying sidekick, implying he was only his sidekick to ride the coattails of Captain Atomic to glory.



* NeverMyFault: In "The Big Shift" Mookie leash out at the people Mega City for never accepting him as a hero, despite the fact that he never try to be a real hero and just releases a monster or causes some damage that he pins on a villain before coming in to "rescue" Mega City.

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* NeverMyFault: In "The Big Shift" Shift", Mookie leash lashes out at the people Mega City for never accepting him as a hero, despite the fact that he never try to be a real hero he's usually the one causing problems by creating monsters and just releases a monster or causes some damage that working together with villains so he pins on a villain before coming in to "rescue" Mega City. can get credit for "defeating" them afterwards.

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* LaserGuidedKarma: Mookie try to replace Captain Atomic as Mega City hero, only to be laugh at and humiliation.
** In Episode Hero Hall of Fame Mookie try to ride the coattails of Captain Atomic fame when Captain Atomic was put in the Hero Hall of Fame. Not only did Captain Atomic fans hate him, but his plan to destroy Captain Atomic statue ended up with him naked and laugh at by Captain Atomic fans.
* TheLoad: Episode Hero Hall of Fame show that Mookie never help Captain Atomic as his Sidekick, Implying he was only his sidekick to ride the coattails of Captain Atomic to glory.


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* NeverMyFault: In "The Big Shift" Mookie leash out at the people Mega City for never accepting him as a hero, despite the fact that he never try to be a real hero and just releases a monster or causes some damage that he pins on a villain before coming in to "rescue" Mega City.


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* HenshinHero: Neither of them have superpowers until they perform their FusionDance, also gaining their costume in the process.


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* FutureBadass: In the BadFuture presented in the ChristmasEpisode, [[spoiler:although he gets killed by Professor Tite-Gripp.]]
-->'''AP:''' Woah! So much for those "spaghetti arms"!


* FutureBadass: In "Hero's Holiday, he actually succeeded in conquering Mega City, [[spoiler:and even ''killed'' Joey]].

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* FutureBadass: In a vision shown in "Hero's Holiday, Holiday", he actually succeeded in conquering Mega City, [[spoiler:and even ''killed'' Joey]].

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* MonsterProtectionRacket: Many of his schemes tend to revolve around this. Typically, he releases a monster or causes some damage that he pins on a villain before coming in to "rescue" Mega City, and thus become its hero.

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