Follow TV Tropes

Following

History Characters / LoonaticsUnleashed

Go To



* ThrowTheDogABone: Despite having the downer ending in most episodes, he comes off clean in the Season 1 episode ''Weathering Heights'' where he gets together with Misty Breeze (the reporter who mistreated Weather Vane and whom he has a crush on) and the others leave him and Misty Breeze alone.

to:

* ThrowTheDogABone: Despite having the downer ending in most episodes, he comes off clean in the Season 1 episode ''Weathering Heights'' Weathering Heights, where he gets together with Misty Breeze (the reporter who mistreated Weather Vane and whom he has a crush on) and the others leave him and Misty Breeze alone.

Added DiffLines:

* CoveredInKisses: In the episode The Music Villain, the heroes are investigating a nightclub and Duck exits with lipstick marks on his face. He apparently spent the time flirting with a pretty young and intoxicated female club goer. When Danger Duck has to leave for his next mission, we hear a lovely voice call out "Ducky boy! Yoo-hoo!" Danger Duck laments leaving the woman we never see on camera, but duty calls.


Added DiffLines:

* ThrowTheDogABone: Despite having the downer ending in most episodes, he comes off clean in the Season 1 episode ''Weathering Heights'' where he gets together with Misty Breeze (the reporter who mistreated Weather Vane and whom he has a crush on) and the others leave him and Misty Breeze alone.


* ButtMonkey: He is usually the victim of comedic slapstick and at the receiving end of the episode. Even in the season 2 ''opening'' he's shown to be TheChewToy of the team.

to:

* ButtMonkey: He is The prime example because he usually the victim of comedic slapstick and at the receiving end of the episode.deserves it due to his {{Jerkass}} nature. Even in the season 2 ''opening'' he's shown to be TheChewToy of the team.

Added DiffLines:

* {{Deuteragonist}}: He is the second main focus behind Ace.


* ButtMonkey: In the Season 2 intro and is usually at the receiving end of the episode.

to:

* ButtMonkey: In the Season 2 intro and He is usually the victim of comedic slapstick and at the receiving end of the episode. Even in the season 2 ''opening'' he's shown to be TheChewToy of the team.


* ButtMonkey: He's usually the victim of comedic slapstick and at the receiving end of the episode. Even in the season 2 ''opening'' he's shown to be TheChewToy of the team.

to:

* ButtMonkey: He's In the Season 2 intro and is usually the victim of comedic slapstick and at the receiving end of the episode. Even in the season 2 ''opening'' he's shown to be TheChewToy of the team.



to:

* TrademarkFavoriteFood: He likes carrots, like his ancestor Bugs Bunny.



* TheChick

to:

* %%* TheChick



* GreenEyes

to:

* %%* GreenEyes



* PeekABangs

to:

* %%* PeekABangs



* AesopAmnesia: Danger Duck learns the downside of being a glory hound in "Cape Duck", only to go back to hogging all the credit for the team's heroics at the end of the episode.



* ButtMonkey: He's usually the victim of comedic slapstick and at the receiving end of the episode.

to:

* ButtMonkey: He's usually the victim of comedic slapstick and at the receiving end of the episode. Even in the season 2 ''opening'' he's shown to be TheChewToy of the team.



* CowardlyLion

to:

* %%* CowardlyLion



* TheFriendNobodyLikes: Even his teammates seem to find him annoying because of his SmallNameBigEgo.



* PluckyComicRelief

to:

* PluckyComicReliefPluckyComicRelief: Especially in the DenserAndWackier season 2, where he TookALevelInDumbass and becomes even more of a ChewToy/punching bag.



* DeadpanSnarker
* ExtraOreDinary
** DeflectorShields: Made from magnetic energy.

to:

* %%* DeadpanSnarker
* ExtraOreDinary
**
DeflectorShields: Made from magnetic energy.



* HollywoodNerd

to:

* %%* HollywoodNerd



* MrFanservice: By furry standards, of course.
* NerdActionHero
* NerdsAreSexy

to:

* MrFanservice: By furry standards, of course.
* NerdActionHero
* NerdsAreSexy
%%* NerdActionHero



* TheSmartGuy

to:

* TheSmartGuyTheSmartGuy: The team's technician and strategist.



* RedOniBlueOni: The red to Tech's blue. He's also somewhat of a RedOni to the rest of the team but it's most obvious in his relationship with Tech.

to:

* RedOniBlueOni: The red to Tech's blue. He's also somewhat of a RedOni Red Oni to the rest of the team but it's most obvious in his relationship with Tech.


* TheDitz: He's easily the least intelligent member of The Loonatics.
** In the season 2 episode Cape Duck, He couldn't spell the word "fear"
-->'''Tech:''' What's wrong Duck?, I thought you couldn't spell the word "fear".
-->'''Duck:''' Fear, F-E-E-E-R-E, nope still can't spell it.



* JerkassHasAPoint: The show seemed to take it for granted that he was always wrong about whatever he said, but while Duck tended to do it for his own egotistical reasons, he was RightForTheWrongReasons more than they might've realized. For example in "The Comet Cometh," Rev starts going off on one of his high-speed rambles about what a "google" is, when a bored Duck shuts him up and gets an annoyed look from Rev. Consider, though, ''that the Loonatics were in a race against time to stop the world from being destroyed by a giant asteroid!'' Sure Duck was being kind of rude, but they couldn't afford to waste time on pointless distractions, even if that would be the "polite" thing to do.

to:

* JerkassHasAPoint: The show seemed to take it for granted that he was always wrong about whatever he said, but while Duck tended to do it for "for his own egotistical reasons, he was RightForTheWrongReasons more than they might've realized. For example in "The Comet Cometh," Rev starts going off on one of his high-speed rambles about what a "google" is, when a bored Duck shuts him up and gets an annoyed look from Rev. Consider, though, ''that the Loonatics were in a race against time to stop the world from being destroyed by a giant asteroid!'' Sure Duck was being kind of rude, but they couldn't afford to waste time on pointless distractions, even if that would be the "polite" thing to do.


* AntiHero: He fits trope due to the fact that despite his heroics, he's a self-absorbed and narcissistic coward.

to:

* AntiHero: He fits this trope due to the fact that despite his heroics, he's a self-absorbed and narcissistic coward.



* ButtMonkey: Fate seems cruel to him most of the time usually because he brings it upon himself.

to:

* ButtMonkey: Fate seems cruel to him most of the time He's usually because he brings it upon himself.the victim of comedic slapstick and at the receiving end of the episode.

Added DiffLines:

* AntiHero: He fits trope due to the fact that despite his heroics, he's a self-absorbed and narcissistic coward.


* Jerkass: He's selfish and egotistical and thinks he's better than anyone else.

to:

* Jerkass: {{Jerkass}}: He's selfish and egotistical and thinks he's better than anyone else.

Added DiffLines:

* Jerkass: He's selfish and egotistical and thinks he's better than anyone else.


* KilledOfForReal: He and his crew are the only villains in the series to die.

to:

* KilledOfForReal: KilledOffForReal: He and his crew are the only villains in the series to die.


!!Pierre Le Pew
[[quoteright:210:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Loonatics_Unleashed_Pierre_Le_Pew_3579.jpg]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/MauriceLaMarche

to:

!!Pierre Le Pew
[[quoteright:210:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Loonatics_Unleashed_Pierre_Le_Pew_3579.jpg]]
!!Gunnar the Conqueror
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/MauriceLaMarcheCreator/TomKenny


Added DiffLines:

* KilledOfForReal: He and his crew are the only villains in the series to die.
* StarterVillain: He is the first antagonist the Loonatics face in the series and dies in the first episode.

!!Pierre Le Pew
[[quoteright:210:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Loonatics_Unleashed_Pierre_Le_Pew_3579.jpg]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/MauriceLaMarche
----

Showing 15 edit(s) of 235

Top

How well does it match the trope?

Example of:

/

Media sources:

/

Report