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The Whole Trio

  • Balloon Belly: All of them get this when they eat a lot. Except for Horrorman, because, well, he's a skeleton.
    • Whenever they have a big belly, this can also rip their costumes if they're in disguise as someone else.
  • Big Eater: Oh boy, do they have a big craving for eating food.
  • Butt-Monkey/ The Chew Toy: Oh boy, they suffered a lot of this big time.
  • Master of Disguise: They can easily disguise themselves as an innocent bystander or another character.
  • Terrible Trio: Baikinman is considered the leader, while the latter are the henchmen (though they can be consider equals).
  • A Twinkle in the Sky: Pretty much every time they get punched by Anpanman towards the end of the episode.

Baikinman/Bacteriaman (ばいきんまん)

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Voiced by: Ryusei Nakao

The main antagonist of the series.

He was an alien from another planet. His egg followed the same shooting stars that would give birth to Anpanman of Earth.

  • Art Evolution: His antennas became smaller.
  • Ash Face: Has this a few times. Best example was in "Let's Play: ABC" after he drew a dragon and it burnt his face.
  • Bad Santa: He pulls this a few times in the Christmas specials.
  • Cartoony Eyes: He has a slight hint of pink in his eyes.
    • Technicolor Eyes: There was even a case where in some early episodes, he'll have magenta irises.
  • Cool Starship
  • Crazy-Prepared: He'll always have his UFO ready whenever his identity is found out.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Dick Dastardly Stops to Cheat: Did this in the 2010 film short when he was in a race with the others.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He does care for Dokinchan as a sister.
  • Evil Laugh: HAHIHUHEHO!!!
  • Evil Knockoff: Had one in the 2009 film short.
  • Harmless Villain: Although he uses violence, he never seems to have a desire to kill.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Why else would he have his spaceship and all of his machinery other than to defeat Anpanman?
  • Gratuitous English: He would often say "Okay!", Spicy!", "Chance!", and "Let's Go!".
    • Language Barrier: While he does understand English, he has trouble trying to speak it. This is proven example from the Edutainment specials.
  • Guys Are Slobs: Other than his hatred for baths, he doesn't really keep his lair really organized and tidied up.
  • The Grinch/ The Scrooge: Inverted. While he doesn't hate Christmas, he does like ruining it for others.
  • Hates Baths: He doesn't like taking baths, which shrinks him to a tiny fly and changes color into white instead of black. Though he doesn't seem to have a problem of washing his hands in the edutainment specials.
  • I Choose to Stay: After saving the Princess Powder Snow at the end of the 2005 film, she asked Baikinman if he wants to join with her in the kingdom. He chooses not to.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite being a jerk, he can often show his nice side.
  • Karma Houdini: He never gets any punishment for any of the damage he's done. Though the only punishment he mostly gets is getting punched by Anpanman or any of the other heroes.
  • Kick the Dog: He'll often be a backstabber to whoever he's trying to convince Anpanman is the bad guy. Like when he kicked Panpon off of his UFO after he was done rusting Uncle Jam's oven.
  • Literal Surveillance Bug: He uses one to spy on what Anpanman and the Bakery staff to see what's going on.
    • Mind-Control Device: He also made a few of them as mind control devices, like what he did on Tin Kid.
  • Made of Explodium: Pretty much every time he gets punched, his ship explodes into pieces.
  • Meaningful Name: Baikin is Japanese for "bacteria" and "germs".
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: In one episode, he and Dokinchan were finding a secret treasure in the middle of the desert. They poked it, only to unleash some underground water which created an oasis. The main heroes actually thanked him for finding it.
    • Another example was when Motchi-kun was heading the wrong way to Oshiruko-chan's house and he showed him the right path. Though that was done on purpose since he likes Oshiruko-chan's dishes.
  • Overly Long Tongue: Uses this either when he eats or as a weapon.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: In the Edutainment episodes, he's the red to Anpanman's blue.
  • Remembered I Could Fly: There are a few times where he'll fall off of something, but he remembers that he has wings to fly.
  • Secret Identity Apathy: He knows Naganegiman's real identity, but he doesn't plan to reveal to everyone. Mostly because he knows that he'll always defeat him, no matter what.
  • Shrink Ray: He built one in an episode where he plans to use it to shrink his nemesis, only to get shrunk himself thanks to Horrorman.
  • Soap Opera Rapid Aging Syndrome: Similar to Anpanman's first appearance, he started out as a infant/toddler until the second half of the episode. Though somewhat justified since he's an alien.
  • Smoke Out: He uses this to get away.
  • Take Over the World: His original main goal was the turn the whole world infected by germs. However, he seems to stray away from this plan since after his debut.
  • Temporary Love Interest: He'll often have a crush on certain female characters, but forget about them by the next episode.
  • The Tooth Hurts: Prior to Mushibakinman's debut, Baikinman would often try to give people toothaches. Best example was in Hamigakiman's debut episode.
    • Baikinman would often give himself a toothache, either because of Mushibakinman or when his teeth just lacked brushing. This happened to him in one of the edutainment specials when he and the other kids were eating lunch and they're about to brush their teeth. Anpanman warned Baikinman to brush his teeth, but he ignored this because he wants to play. However, he felt a pain in his mouth, and Hamigakiman came to help.
  • Those Two Bad Guys: With either Dokinchan or Mushibakinman.
    • Terrible Trio: With both Dokinchan and Horrorman. Also with his brothers Aokinman and Akakinman.
  • Villain Respect: Did this to Banna (Who is the main protagonist of the 2012 film). Despite this, Baikinman's an antagonist while Banna is a protagonist
  • Villain Song: Has a few of them, but his most recognizable one is "Ikuzo! Baikinman".
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Horrorman.
  • Vocal Evolution: Similar to Anpanman, except in the opposite way. He went from having a gruff voice, to eventually having his current screechy voice.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Originally in his early appearances, he usually gets defeated by being cleaned with soap or toothpaste, which makes him shrink. This was later changed for being punched, which is more famous. Though they brought back his original weakness in the more recent episodes.
  • Why Don't You Just Shoot Him?: There was one episode where he did actually wanted to smash Anpanman's head while he was napping in a meadow. Unfortunately, this plan didn't work as he started to feel sleepy as well.
  • Wings Do Nothing: Somewhat subverted. He can use his wings for flight, but not for a long time due to him being weak.

Dokinchan/Spark (ドキンちゃん)

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Voiced by: Hiromi Tsuru (original; debut story - 2017); Rei Sakuma (temporary replacement following Tsuru's death; 22 December 2017); Mina Tominaga (official replacement; 2018 onward)

Baikinman's female partner in crime.

  • Art Evolution: Her eyes were first elliptical, but quickly evolved into half circles.
  • Balloon Belly: Like Baikinman, she would often have this, despite the fact she's trying to lose wight.
  • Big Eater: Pretty much like Baikinman, she has a big appetite.
  • Blade on a Stick: She originally carried a spear in her early appearances. This was used to shrink her enemies. But later dropped after her debut episode in the anime, though the original credits show her carrying it.
  • Blush Sticker
  • Captain Ersatz: Jollibee was one of the most popular restaurants among Filipino people and the mascot of this restaurant was a knockoff of Dokin-Chan herself.
  • Cat Smile: She'll often pull this whenever she sees Shokupanman.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: She can often be like this if she sees another girl with Shokupanman.
    • She was also like towards Princess Kuroyuki when she ruined her summerhouse and stole Baikinman from her hands.
  • Cool Starship
  • Drop-In Character: She would often appear in the last minute in a battle if she doesn't appear at all.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Other than her love for Shokupanman, she is not a complete slob like Bakinman and likes things clean.
  • Fiery Redhead: While she doesn't have hair (wigs don't count), she is red, and does have a fiery background whenever she's pissed off.
  • The Girl Who Fits This Slipper: Somewhat defied. Towards the end of one episode where she's in disguise as a crayon princess, she dropped her red heel in the snow. Shokupanman picked it up, but he never managed to find out what happened to her.
  • Kawaiiko
  • Meaningful Name: Doki-doki is a Japanese onomatopoeia for a rapid heartbeat.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: Usually let's Shokupanman go if Baikinman's captures him. Then again, what do you expect from her?
    • This doesn't really count for her if she's the main focus of the episode.
    • She also did this in her debut episode where she threw her spear at Anpanman to shrink him, only to accidentally hit him with the blue side, which grew him larger.
  • Parental Favoritism: While not related, she's Baikinsennin's favorite more than Baikinman.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: She tends to this at the climax of a fight if she either feels defeated, hungry, or just just doesn't feel like it.
  • Sweet Tooth
  • Those Two Bad Guys: With Baikinman.
  • Tsundere: A bit more complex since she clearly has both a type A and B, but she uses both personalities for different people.
  • Villainesses Want Heroes/ Villainous Crush: She has an unreciprocated crush towards Shokupanman. She even has merchandise on him!
  • Violently Protective Girlfriend: She'll go like this whenever something bad happens to Shokupanman.
  • Vocal Evolution: Her voice became softer in the later episodes.
  • Weapon of Choice: Originally her spear. She later uses a hammer, though this is just used to whack Baikinman.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Though she never intentionally intends to kill them (remember, this a kids show), she does point a weapon on the kid characters if Anpanman does try to hit Baikinman. This is just to weaken Anpanman so Baikinman can attack back.
    • Wouldn't Hurt a Child: Whenever the episodes focuses on the villains, it shows that Dokinchan wouldn't let Baikinman attack a kid. Best example was when they were taking care of Baby Donuts.

Horrorman/ (ホラーマン)

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Voiced by: Kaneta Kimotsuki (original; debut story - 2016), Kazuki Yao (2017 onwards) Kazuya Tatekabe (Red Steel Horrorman), Tetsuo Mizutori (Blue Steel Horrorman)

A friendly skeleton who works at Baikinman's lair.

  • Ace Pilot: Despite not having a UFO, he's pretty good at controlling Baikinman's.
  • Affably Evil: Despite being a skeleton and working for Baikinman, he's very friendly towards others.
  • Ascended Extra: He originally appeared in the third film who used to reside in Dragon Island with Chibigon. He then appears in the television series in episode 159.
  • Character Development: In his original appearance, he was side character who was kinda a jerk with a heart of gold towards Chibigon. After he joins the villain'a side, he ironically became much nicer than before.
  • Chest Insignia: His two crossed bones on his shirt. Also an "S" when he turns superhuman.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander
  • Cool Big Bro: He's like this towards Horako and Poppo-chan.
  • Dem Bones
  • Flanderization: He's more obbesed trying to win Dokinchan's heart since his debut in the television series.
  • "I Am" Song: He has a song called "Horrorman Mecha Network Cha Cha", which starts off with a hard rock guitar riff, but then changes into a Jamaican-style music.
    • Leitmotif: Pretty much whenever he shows up, a instrumental version of the song would play. Here, the oboe would play the parts Horrorman sang in the song.
  • Lethal Chef: While he's not a bad cook, he was like this when he was learning to cook pasta with Aunt Pasta. He eventually gets better at the end.
  • Literal Split Personality: Had this when he went inside Bakinman's cloning machine.
  • Mistaken Identity: Did this with Shokupanman when Baikinman decided to make him look identical.
  • Nightmare Face: Pulled this a few times.
  • Promotion to Opening Titles: Since the fourth opening.
  • Pulling Themselves Together: Every time he falls apart, he always have to put himself back together.
    • Losing Your Head: If his head gets detached from his body, his body starts having a mind of its own
  • Real Men Wear Pink: He wears this whenever he's cooking in the kitchen.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: His two clones were like this. His Red clone is a brute, while his Blue clone is soft and a strategist.
  • Stalker with a Crush: Towards Dokinchan.
  • Standing Between the Enemies: This happened to him when he was caught between Hamigakiman and Mushibaikinman.
  • Those Two Guys: With Baikinman.
  • Took a Level in Badass: In some episodes, he turns into a muscular buff who can run fast and carry things that he normally can't carry. This is only temporary and it lasted for one episode.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: Whenever he's the main focus of an episode, he'll usually give something to Baikinman and Dokinchan regardless of their actions. Like when he made Dokinchan a candle that's shaped like her head.
  • Verbal Tic: He usually says "hora".
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Baikinman.
  • Weapon of Choice: The two crossbones on his shirt. They're mostly used as a flying projectile or for climbing mountains or cliffs.

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    Minions 

Kabirunrun/(かびるんるん)

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Baikinman's minions and henchmen. They're used to rot Anpanman's head with mold/mildew, but they can also been seen either working on machinery or working around the lair.

Chikurin/(ちくりん)

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Voiced by: Chie Kojiro

A species of cactus-type minions that work for Baikinman. They make people sleep whenever they poke them. They have a dark counterpart that can turn their victims evil.

Beroberoman/(べろべろまん)

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A species of blue-handed shape creatures that work for Baikinman.

Obake Pan/(おばけパン)

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Voiced by: Takuma Suzuki, Nami Okamoto, Meiko Kawasaki (Angry Brow Obake Pan), Keicho Yuka (Cry Baby Obake Pan)

Crab like minions that take the form of a bread roll. They're generically created by Baikinman and they like eating anything in site.

  • Ambiguous Gender: It's hard to tell what gender they are, though the one episode with the cloning machine made a female one. Idicating that they can have different genders.
  • Big Eater: They like any type of food they can spot.
  • Cyclops
  • Literal Split Personality: One episode had a recently made Obake Pan going inside Baikinman cloning machine, which created a brash Obake Pan with a big unibrow, and a sensitive girly one.
  • Make My Monster Grow: They can form together and make a giant Obake Pan.
  • Overly Long Tongue
  • Purple Eyes

Yamirunrun/(やみるんるん)

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Another species that work for Bakinman. They affect anything with darkness.

    Gadgetry 

Baikin UFO/(バイキンUFO)

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Baikinman's mode of transportation. He uses this mostly for traveling and as a weapon towards his enemies. It's ridden mostly by him, though there are a few times where someone else takes to wheel.

Da dandan/(だだんだん)

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A giant robot body created by Baikinman. It is used for mass destruction and a way to defeat his nemesis.

There have been different variations of the mecha through the series' run, but the design is kept the same.

    Recurring Villains 

Mushibakinman/ (ムシバキンマン)

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Voiced by: Kenji Utsumi (original appearance - 2013), Naoki Tatsuta (current) Hideyuki Umezu (Mushibakinman II), Takuma Suzuki (Mushibakinman III)

A small germ character whose main motivation is to give people cavities.

  • Arch-Enemy: To Hamigakiman.
  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: His first clone has these.
  • Blade on a Stick: His weapon of choice. This is how he gives his victims toothaches.
  • Color Wash: A minor one, but in the cel-animated episodes, he was more blue-ish and his eyes weren't that yellowish. In the digital ink episodes, he is now slightly teal and his yellow eyes are less bright.
  • Decomposite Character: He takes over as Hamigakiman's enemy from Baikinman.
  • Drop-In Character: He was like this in his debut episode.
  • Evil Is Bigger: Inverted, since he's even shorter than Baikinman.
    • Played straight in one episode when Baikinman stole Arinkokiddo's growth gun and turn Mushibakinman into a giant.
  • Evil Laugh: Mu-shi-shi-shi!!. This was also his verbal tic in his early appearances.
  • Lack of Empathy
  • Literal Split Personality: In one episode, he gets inside Baikinman's cloning machine to duplicate himself. Unfortunately, his clones don't cooperate very well.
  • Meaningful Name: Mushibakin is Japanese for the germs that cause cavities.
  • The Napoleon
  • Put on a Bus:
    • Tends to zigzag this at times, even before Kenji Utsumi's death. Though justified as there's a lot of characters in the series.
    • Averted once Naoki Tatsuta took over the role.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: His second clone wore this color.
  • Scary Teeth
  • Sweet Tooth: He has a big sweet tooth like Baikinman and Dokinchan, and he'll point his spear at anyone if you try taking it from him.
  • The Tooth Hurts: His main motivation is to cause toothaches.
  • Those Two Bad Guys: With Baikinman.
  • Vocal Dissonance: Zigzagged. This was first averted in his early appearances, but later played straight. Now it's averted again after Naoki Tatsuta took over.
  • Vocal Evolution: His voice was higher when he first appeared, then lowered in later episodes before Utsumi passed away.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: The only way he'll be defeated is by brushing him with toothpaste.
  • Yellow Eyes of Sneakiness

Baikinsennin/(ばいきんせんにん)

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Voiced by: Minoru Yada

An alien hermit who lives on top of high mountains. He often gives Baikinman words of advice on how to defeat his nemesis, but...

Dr. Hiyari/(ドクター・ヒヤリ)

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Voiced by: Shigeru Chiba

A scientist and a self-proclaimed genius-inventor who works for Baikinman. He's best known for creating his ghosts minions and lives in Hiyari Castle.

Kokinchan/(コキンちゃん)

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Voiced by: Aya Hirano

Dokinchan's little sister who often pops up on occasion to inconvenience the heroes and villains alike.

Kaze Konkon/(かぜこんこん)

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Voiced by: Daisuke Gori (original appearance - 2009), Banjo Ginga (current)

A giant elephant type creature who lives in the cold mountains. He gives people colds whenever he comes by.

Kurayamiman/(くらやみまん)

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Voiced by: Kenji Utsumi (original appearance - 2013)

A dark phantom magician who traps people in darkness.

The Ice Queen/(氷の女王)

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Voiced by: Rihoko Yoshida (original appearance), Noriko Ohara (current)

An ice queen who lives in the coldest regions. She loves collecting beautiful things, such as jewelry. She also has her minion wolves called Yukiokami(ゆきおおかみ)

Should not be confused with the Japanese title for Disney's Frozen.

    Film Only Villains 

Picture Baikinman/(絵バイキンマン)

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Voiced by: Kōichi Yamadera

A drawing double of Baikinman. He was brought to life by Beret-chan after hearing Dokinchan's words that he can't beat Anpanman due to it being a picture. Beret-chan dematerialized one of the Baikinman out of her drawings to show Baikinman what she can do, only for Baikinman to use him to help defeat Anpanman. Instead, the double doesn't obey him and throws Baikinman out of his lair.

He has only appeared in the 2009 film short "Baikinman VS Baikinman?!".

Black Nose/(ブラックノーズ)

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Voiced by: Masako Nozawa

A dark spirit queen who lives underground. She was trapped in a frozen-like lake after falling hearing cheerful singing. She later has the assistance of Cana to help her feed off positive emotions so she can be free, with her Whistle Of Darkness.

She only appeared in the 2010 film "Blacknose and the Magical Song".

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