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The primary antagonists of the series, whom the Rebels mean to liberate the world from.

The empire goes through four different iterations over the course of the franchise: the regular Chrome Dome Empire, which rules the world in the first series; the Former Chrome Empire, which ruled the world a cenutry prior to the beginning of the first series; the Shadow Chrome Dome Empire, which rules the underworld; and the Neo Chrome Dome Empire, which rules the world in Shinsetsu.

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The Maruhage/Margarita Empire (The Chrome Dome Empire)

    In General 
  • Ambiguous Situation: Other than the Czar himself, most of the Block commanders, all the generic troops and the countless Cartoon Creatures, all the Hair Hunters sport full heads of hair, despite the fact they're tasked with ridding the world of hair. The fact nobody ever questions this, not even Bo-bobo himself or Only Sane Woman Beauty, just makes it stranger.
  • Bald of Evil: Zigzagged. The majority of the grunts and the standard leaders, including the leader himself, possess no hair on their head. Initially subverted with H-Block, who have hair, but it turns out to be wigs....only for the Big 4, the right hand man of the Czar and prominent members to have ridiculous anime hair anyway.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: It may be a regime chock-full of Cloudcuckoolanders that mean to cut everyone's hair off and use amusement parks for their military bases, but they've still got no qualms ransacking entire villages and wreaking general havoc across the world.
  • Early Installment Weirdness: The justification for Hair Hunters who've still got hair being them just wearing wigs is more or less forgotten come the Pomade Ring arc.
  • Hypocrite: The bulk of the soldiers of an empire that wants to rid the world of hair... have hair themselves. And sometimes to ridiculously Anime Hair extents. How exactly that works is anybody's guess.
  • Leitmotif: Terrifying Margarita Empire, a Dark Reprise for Coming of the Hair Hunters. It's this for the Big Four, the Czar and his strongest aides.
  • Stupid Evil: A good deal of the soldiers that make up this empire are as dumb as dirt. It makes you wonder how they were able to take over the world, they're so incompetent. And then there's their MO in general: they want to cut everyone's hair off, yet never take into consideration that, unless they outright destroy the folicles of their victims, the hair of every person they shave would just grow back.

    Emperor Tsuru Tsurulina IV (Czar Baldy Bald IV/Lord Smoothie IV) 
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Voiced by: Taiki Matsuno (JP), Terrence Stone (EN), Luis Vicente Ivars (Spain)
The ruler of the Chrome Dome Empire and the Big Bad of the first series. He's essentially the embodiment of Orcus on His Throne, as he spends most of the series literally on his throne, doing nothing while the countless soldiers that make up his army fight for him.
  • Ambiguously Human: Has Pointy Ears and sharp teeth, The Hollywood Cyborg reveal only makes it more complex.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: Subverted when push comes to shove, he's quick to run away when he's cornered.
  • Bad Ass Normal: Heavily implied, you gotta respect a guy who's probably as strong as any other human for being able to command over several warriors much stronger than you.
    • Justified: despite being part machine, he immediately rides away once his brother takes over.
  • Bald of Evil: He's bald and he's a jerk.
  • Batman Gambit: Hopes that the newly awakened Former Margarita Empire would defeat Bobobo for him, but it does not work at all. He later holds a tournament hoping that the enemies will kill each other off, but it forces him to vacate his throne when his Eviler Than Thou brother takes over.
  • Big Bad: till Hydrate forces him out of power.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: he's merely a puppet figure for Bibibi of the first series.
  • Facial Markings: On his forehead, he has a symbol.
  • Godzilla Threshold: Several, reactivating the Wiggin Block, relying on Giga, reawakening the previous generation of Hair Hunters and finally holding the Emperor Playoffs; the latter epically backfires on him.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: His own need to protect his throne is what led to the playoffs in which he loses his title to his brother.
  • Hollywood Cyborg: Turns out to be one as demonstrated with partially cybernetic eye, but has none of the fighting power of the Third.
  • Informed Ability: Soften makes Giga's power being equal to the 4th which is rendered mute when Hydrate forces him out of power
  • Manipulative Bastard: He relies on coercing others to do his work for him and ultimately planned to have them kill each other in order to get the throne. It backfires when Hydrate takes the authority away from him.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: He reliance on others to his work for him ultimately cost him his right to the throne, especially when the one who took the throne was the same little brother he sent away who trained to be by his side!
  • Non-Action Big Bad: Despite being a Hollywood Cyborg, he displays no fighting abilities at all. The fact that he runs ungracefully from his throne once Hydrate takes over only establishes this point.
  • Orcus on His Throne: It's no exaggeration that all of his elite forces plus the previous generation of Hair Hunters were defeated before he actually decided to take matters into his own hands, the method which decided to do so, backfires on him epically. It becomes justified once it's revealed that he was a Puppet King for Bibibi, having no fighting skills as a result.
  • Pointy Ears: Has them along with sharp teeth.
  • Puppet King: Bibibi's statement outright state this, which makes sense in hindsight that he didn't ever try to fight Bobobo on his own terms.
  • The Reveal: Downplayed, he is actually a Hollywood Cyborg, but his immediate retreat from power reveals he's not that strong.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Once Hydrate takes over, he ungracefully deserts his title to escape with his life.
  • Smug Snake: His default fallback is that he calls someone of a high rank in the Empire to kill his enemies for him, and become angry when they lose. Considering he relied on Dengakuman as his first option didn't help his case. It ended up backfiring when his latest scheme to hold a tournament in hopes of finding someone to kill Bobobo for him, results in his dethronement by his very resentful brother, who managed to sneak in his entire kingdom into the tournament due to negligence and laziness of checking who killed Bobobo, only that it got it done.
  • The Unfought: Despite being built up the Big Bad of the series for several arcs, he flees his empire once Hydrate takes over. And it turns out he was a Puppet King for Bibibi, to publicly run the Empie.

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Tsuru Tsurulina IV's Aides

    Mako-chan 
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The dragon-like wife of Czar Baldy Bald IV, who doesn't do much besides suck out her husband's brain with the tendrils at the end of her tail.
  • The Dragon: In both literal as being a purple dragon and implied to be his right-hand mistress.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: She is the Czar's wife, one of the few people that he truly cares about, in spite of being a terrible boss regardless.
  • Fluffy the Terrible: Would you expect a demonic-looking dinosaur thing be named "Mako-chan"?
  • The Unfought: Like her spouse, she doesn't get to fight the Rebels once Hydrate took over.
  • What, Exactly, Is Her Job?: Effectively the czarina of the empire, yet never does anything in the series proper and, like Baldy Bald IV, flees when Hydrate appears.

    Octopascal 
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Voiced By: Daisuke Kishio (JP), Anthony Pulcini (EN)
A diminutive octopus and Tsurulina IV's chancellor.

    Giga 
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Voiced By: Tomokazu Seki (JP), David Lodge (EN), Rafael Azcárraga (Spain)
Baldy Bald IV's right-hand man and the warden of Cyber City, a prison island where any and all who rebel against the empire are sent to. He wields the "Objet Shinken" (True Fist of Objet, "Super Fist of Objet D'Art" in the anime's English dub), which allows him to turn anyone into an art sculpture. However, he mainly uses it to turn those who challenge him into a grotesque clay doll, which he adds to his collection.

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The Strongest Hair Hunter

    The Dark Yaksha and Sambaman 
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As Sambaman 
Voiced By: Eiji Takemoto (both the Yaksha and Sambaman - JP), Paul St. Peter (The Yaksha - EN), Michael Sorich (Sambaman - EN)
A stern, white-haired man who was originally a Canon Foreigner from the GBA game 9-Kyoku Senshi Gyagu Yūgō, where he was its True Final Boss. In the manga and anime, he's the strongest Hair Hunter in the Chrome Dome Empire, who has the honor of being last Hair Hunter from the Chrome Dome Empire the Rebels fight against before the Shadow Chrome Dome Empire appears and the truth about the Hair Kingdom's revealed. He competes in the Bald Bowl, where he's dead set on making sure Bo-bobo doesn't become the next czar.

He wields the Super Fist of the Skull, which allows him to manipulate skulls and other such bones, and even reconstruct and reanimate skeletons to fight for him. Like OVER before him, he transforms into something outlandish in a last-ditch effort defeat Bo-bobo.

In this case, it's Sambaman, a creature who loves to sing and dance, and is so strange that even Don Patch can't stand him.


  • Always a Bigger Fish: The strongest Hair Hunter the empire's got, to the point where it's literally his title.
  • Canon Foreigner: Originally appeared in 9-Kyoku Senshi Gyagu Yūgō, one of the games on the GBA, where he's its True Final Boss.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: Parodied. When he's defeated as Sambaman, he outright decides to defect from the empire and join the Rebels. Bo-bobo responds by strapping him to a rocket and launching him into space.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: With Baldy Bald IV vanishing before they could face him, the Dark Yaksha's the last Hair Hunter from the Chrome Dome Empire the Rebels fight, making him the effective final boss in regards to the rebellion against the empire. But once the Rebels beat him, the Shadow Chrome Dome Empire start making their move...
  • Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: He's the most powerful Hair Hunter of all, but since his existence was never established prior to the Bald Bowl, he just... appears. It's exaggerated in the anime's English dub, where he's the only prominant Hair Hunter whose name and title go unrevealed.
  • Killed Off for Real: Bo-bobo straps him to a rocket and shoots him into space. He's never seen or heard from again, not even in Shinsetsu, so he likely died from lack of oxygen after exiting the Earth's atmosphere.
  • No Name Given: The Yaksha has no name or title whatsoever in the English dub.
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: Takes himself very seriously and is a genuine force to be reckoned with. That is, until he transforms into Sambaman...
  • One-Winged Angel: Subverted. Bo-bobo and the gang make very quick work of him after he transforms into Sambaman.
  • True Final Boss: Of 9-Kyoku Senshi Gyagu Yūgō.
  • World's Strongest Man: The most powerful solider of the most powerful sovereign state in the world. That is, until the Rebels go to the Hair Kingdom and find out who the true mastermind behind the Hair Hunt is.

The Four Heavenly Kings (The Big Four)

    In General 
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    Gunkan (Captain Battleship) 
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Voiced by: Ryuzaburo Otomo (JP), Takashi Nagasako (PS2 game), Paul St. Peter (EN)

The First member of the Big 4, he was originally a fellow trainee/rival to Bobobo until he was not chosen to become the next heir. He, through unexplained series of events becomes a member of the Big 4. Despite his power, he wanted to overthrow the empire and become its new leader. He kidnaps Beauty to force Bobobo to fight him, Bobobo wins and reveals that he only wanted to be acknowledged. After that he is flat out ignored for the rest of the story.

He fights with the "Garyū Hanage Jaken" (Self-Taught Fist of the Nose Hair).


    Purupu (Kitty-Poo) 
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Voiced by: Ryusei Nakao (JP), Liam O'Brien (EN)

The second member of the Big 4, a horned cat who rides in a pod that flies around in a pod with two elite henchmen, killing innocent lives if he gets annoyed by them and takes pleasure in it. Remind you of anyone? He finds Bobobo while terrorizing a village and proceeds to say how strong he is and how weak Gunkan was. Then, he gets beaten in one move by Don Patch of all people.


    OVER 
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As Torpedo Girl 
OVER: Tomokazu Sugita (JP), Liam O'Brien (EN)
Torpedo Girl: Hiromi Nishikawa (JP), Melodee Spevack (EN), Mabel López (Spain)

The third member of the Big 4, he commands an army of Ninja and being the most extremely dedicated to cutting hair. He punishes Battleship and Kittypoo for their failures by cutting off their hair. Then challenges Bobobo to fight him, with the latter eventually getting the better of him. That is until he transforms into a torpedo....girl?!! He/She proceeds to beat the crap of him until he defeats him/her with an ultimate technique. He attempts a hostage situation with Suzu, only to be curb-stomped by Bobobo again. He returns as Torpedo Girl to help the main cast, until she becomes Over again against the Third, only a short time later to remain as Torpedo Girl until the end of the series.

He wields the "Gokuaku Zanketsu Shinken" (True Fist of Horrible, Bloody Murder), or the "Super Fist of the Ultimately Evil Sword", which amounts to him just hacking and slashing at his opponents with his scissors.


    Halekulani 
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Voiced by: Shin-ichiro Miki (JP), Joe Cappelletti (EN), Luis Bajo (Spain)

The final and strongest of the Big 4, he left the empire for unknown reasons; only to conveniently come back as soon as the other three were defeated. He waits for Bobobo to come after him, only to get beaten a little more easily than Over. He eventually helps Bobobo against the Shadow Empire, never to appear again afterwards until the end of the series.

He weilds the Super Fist of Gorgeousness, allowing him to manipulate money.


  • Anime Hair: Spiky Shonen Hair of green.
  • Anti-Hero: After his Heel–Face Turn, he decides to fight the Reverse Empire with the Rebels, but is mostly motivated by anger at nearly being used. During the fight against Crimson, after suffering repeated attacks from both sides, he regains his Blank White Eyes and starts throwing money at everyone, though this does aide in defeating Crimson by allowing the creation of Kintenbo.
  • Arc Villain: Of the "Hallelujah Land"
  • Armor Is Useless: During the course of their fight, his armor has done nothing to protect him from Bobobo's attacks.
    • Zigzagged in the fight against Crimson. After regaining his Blank White Eyes, he transforms his armor into a large amount of money that attacks everyone with. While it is useless as armor, it makes a powerful weapon.
  • Ax-Crazy: He usually hides it with a calm and composed nature, but when pushed to a corner, he reveals to be a money obsessed lunatic complete with Blank White Eyes.
  • Bishōnen: He's the most conventionally handsome of the Big 4
  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: Green ones.
  • Blank White Eyes: During his Villainous Breakdown, and it's creepy.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Ultimately, what his nearly one-sided fight with Bobobo amounted to. Not helped by the fact he gets hit twice immediately into the fight.
  • Expy: Of Broly, even the fact he turns white eyed when driven mad.
  • Freudian Excuse: Implied to have one, but Bobobo immediately hits him before he get even started.
    • Though supplementary materials it's revealed later on he had to live a hard life due to being poor and needing to steal to survive. And it is implied through this that his extreme obsession with money was so he wouldn't be poor again.
  • Gemstone Assault: One of the many applications of his Fist of Gorgeousness.
  • Greed: His motivation for anything
  • Kick the Dog: He blows up attractions whenever they don't make a profit, even with people inside!
  • Madness Mantra: Money during his Villainous Breakdown
  • Noodle Incident: Whatever made him left the Empire in the first place.
  • Pet the Dog: He saved Beauty from an enemy when he's on his way to the Empire Playoffs, only to tell her to let Bobobo know he's coming.
  • Money Mauling: His Fist of Gorgeousness revolves around this.
  • Put on a Bus: After the defeat of the Reverse Empire, he returns to Hallelujah land, serving virtually no role in the remainder of the original series or Shinsetsu. He does receive a cameo at Jelly Jiggler's Margarita reunion party at the end though.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: His Fist of Gorgeousness revolves around this, and the fact that he's rich also. In fact, all he cares about is money, in fact he begins a Madness Mantra about money.
  • Super Mode: By gathering all of his wealth's power into his being, he can become much stronger than before...it didn't really help against Bobobo at all
  • Taken for Granite: His "Death Money Board Game" slowly turns people into diamonds as he drains their spirit money.
  • Talk to the Fist: He's interrupted during his explanation of his Super Fist
  • Tragic Villain: It's implied that he has a sad backstory, and he would have told it...if Bobobo had not attacked him before he could get more than one sentence out.
    • Bonus manga material reveals he used to live as a street rat, having to steal to survive. His past led to his developing his obsession with money and his Fist of Gorgousness.
  • Villainous Breakdown: He starts out acting calm and composed, but when Bobobo hits him too many times... he LOSES IT, starting a Madness Mantra about money.
  • You Gotta Have Bluehair: Green hair. Green is the color of dollars.
  • You Have Failed Me: Has a Mook turn into a coin for this.

Block Leaders

    Teru 
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Voiced by: Masaya Onosaka (JP)
The supreme commander of the Hair Hunters.
  • Minor Major Character: He's the head commander of the Block leaders and is supposedly stronger than Jiggler, but never appears after the first chapter/episode.
  • Momma's Boy: He still lives with his mother, much to his lower officers' surprise.
  • Only Known By His Nickname: His real name, according to his mother, is "Tsutomu". He hates being called that.
  • The Un Fought: Bo-bobo never fights or meets him, as he goes straight for the Big 4 after taking down Jiggler.

    Tsulun 
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The commander of B-Block.
  • The Unfought: He never fights Bobobo directly, having been taken out offscreen by Suzu.

    Geha the Gale (Dlab) 
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The commander of C-Block, who resides on the top floor of C-Block's Aitsuhage Tower.


  • Arc Villain: Of the C-Block Arc.
  • Blow You Away: His fighting style.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Shows up at the meeting with the other top Hair Hunt Troop commanders before taking a bigger role as the Arc Villain of the C-Block Arc.
  • Killed Off for Real: Wall Man swallows him up. Notable because he's one of the very few villains to outright die.
  • The Worf Effect: Twice, he loses easily to Gasser in his introductory fight, and is then easily assimilated by Wall-Man.

    Kitemasu 
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The commander of D-Block.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Quite literally as he wears pink bunny pajamas while also being a top Hair Hunt Troop commander.
  • The Unfought: He never fights Bobobo or his allies due to Bobobo never personally showing up to defeat him.

    Leaders of E- and F-Block 
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The commanders of E and F Blocks.

    Hagen 
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An effeminate man and the commander of G-Block.

    Maitel 
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Medusa's third cousin
The Commander of H-Block, and (according to the anime's English dub) Medusa's third cousin. Just like Medusa, he has the ability to turn anyone he looks at to stone.

    Leader of J-Block 
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A Hair Hunt Troop block leader that Hatenko defeated 5 years ago.
  • Beard of Evil: Has a sinister goatee and mustache.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: The only mention he receives is that of being an enemy that Hatenko defeated in a flashback.

    Hisashi-kun (Boss Bob) 
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The leader of M-Block whom Hatenko defeats to prove his strength to Bobobo.

    Rocker 
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The commander of Wiggin Block.
  • Bald of Evil: A noticeable aversion, he's the only known Hair Hunter Commander of the 4th's generation to legitimately have hair.
  • The Worf Effect: He's already defeated by Rice by the time he appears on scream.

    Kodebun 
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The commander of River Block.

    Robo Team 
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The commanders of the Robot Block.
  • Fusion Dance: They're able to become a Masked Luchador like being called I'm Sorry Masked Man, which Bobobo and Don Patch also become during their fight.

G-Block

    Pikari 
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just before he gets stomped by Bobobo in the next moment
The deputy commander of G-Block and the very first onscreen enemy Bo-bobo defeats.

H-Block

    Tarashi 
Voiced By: Bob Papenbrook
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The deputy commander of H-Block, who sells the hair he shaves on the black market as a side hustle. he kidnaps Beauty with the intent of making her bald, only to be the first on-screen defeat of Gasser.
  • Sadist: It's heavily implied in addition to wanting to sell it on the black market that he does it for his own sick amusement.

L-Block

    Puppet Man (Puppet Lad) 
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A sentient puppet and a member of L-Block, who challenges Bo-bobo to a battle. Bo-bobo makes Gasser fight him, but without using the Super Fist of the Back Wind.
  • Shout-Out: He looks very much like a LEGO mini-figure.
  • The Worf Effect: He manages to easily defeat Gasser but loses easily to Bo-bobo, who demonstrates his alternative Fist to defeat him. It's meant to show Gasser's inexperience and overreliance on his Super Fist, and Bo-bobo's greater experience and versatility in combat.
  • Weak, but Skilled: He doesn't have a Super Fist and can only flail his arms to attack. That said, he never lets up on it and is surprisingly quick on his feet, to the point where Gasser never gets a single hit in before Bo-bobo intervenes.

C-Block

    Gechappi 
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The Starter Villain of the C-Block arc. His primary form of offense is his "Hairloss Beam", which will cause the hair of anyone who's hit by it to fall out within 10 hours. He hits both Beauty and Don Patch with said beam. And while they eventually defeat him, this doesn't reverse the effects of his Hairloss Beam, forcing the Rebels to C-Block to find a way to do so.
  • Ambiguously Human: Has much pinker skin as well as longer ears than a human, but is never directly confirmed to be non-human.
  • Expy: Of Piccolo. He even fires his Hairloss Beam the same way Piccolo fires his Special Beam Cannon.
  • No Ontological Inertia: Subverted. Bo-bobo defeating him doesn't reverse the effects of his Hairloss Beam, so Beauty (and Don Patch) are still doomed to lose their hair within 10 hours. Thus, they've no choice but to go to C-Block and get Geha to reverse the effects for them.

    Guardians of the Aitsuhage Tower 

Tesuikatsu

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The guardian of the Aitsuhage Tower's Red Hot Room.
  • Brought to You by the Letter "S": Has a blue "1" emblazoned on his forehead, to signify he's the tower's first guardian.
  • Honor Before Reason: When Bo-bobo decides to use the elevator, he implores Bobobo to use the stairs instead for this reason.
  • Killed Off for Real: In the manga, where Don Patch throws a grenade in the elevator, blowing Tesuikatsu to bits. In the anime, he's just blown against a wall, knocking him unconscious.

Shop Manager

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The guardian of the Aitsuhage Tower's Thunder Room (a.k.a. a video store, hence his title).
  • Bad Boss: He apparently detests Keseran Pasera, a paramecia that works for him, and tries to fire them for little to no reason. This is more than enough for him to earn Bobobo's wrath.

Usa-chan the Rabbit (Vicious Velvet the Rabbit)

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The "guardian" of the Aitsuhage Tower's Rapids Room (a.k.a. a video store identical to the one in the Thunder Room).
  • Adapted Out: Of the original broadcast dub.
  • Harmless Villain: Due to being a powerless toy rabbit that does nothing but trash-talk. Beauty ties it ears into a knot, making it the only opponent Beauty "defeats".
  • Riddle for the Ages: Arguably the biggest one in the franchise. One can only imagine how (let alone why) a stuffed animal can work for an evil empire.

A-Block

    Ferris Wheel (Mary-Go Round) 
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The guardian of the Ferris wheel.
  • Affably Evil: Engages in polite chat with Bobobo in the Ferris wheel while they are riding it.

    Ukikki (Wonk) 
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The guardian of the Monkey Train.
  • Large Ham: Makes loud announcements on the ride.

    6/U-kun (U-ie) 
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As a Hair Hunter
Flashback 
An anthropomorphic number 6 and the guardian of the Coffee Cups. He was originally an anthropomorphic letter U that was in love with "Patchimi" (a.k.a. Don Patch pretending to be a girl), but turned into a 6 somehow and joined up with the empire after getting rejected by "her". Now working for Jelly Jiggler, he's obsessed with making "Patchimi" his again, to the point where he's learned how to brainwash people.
  • Ambiguously Gay: There's really no other reason why he'd be interested in "Patchimi", considering "she's" just Don Patch, who's clearly male, pretending to be female. Though it can be argued he fell for Don Patch's guise and just thought he was a girl (and still thinks he is, even without his makeup).
  • Face–Heel Turn: He went from a nice U to a manipulative 6.
  • You Are Number 6: Literally transformed from a U to a 6 when he became a Hair Hunter.

    Fish Soldiers 
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A group of pirahnas in the "Piranha Training Center"

    Hakechatsu Teruno 
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[[caption-width-right:350:He didn't last long]The guardian of the Jet Coaster, whom is shown knocked out on the ground when he's first seen, as Bo-bobo and Don Patch defeated him offscreen.
  • Noodle Incident: His battle with the rebels. We just see him defeated but we don't see the battle itself.

    Kegirl (Dribbles the Clown) 
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(With her mask on)
A greeter who wears koala costume. When Don Patch unmasks her, he finds out that she's a "rent-a-mom".
  • Neutral Female: For the most part, as she doesn't get into any fights with the heroes, though she does make Don Patch stay behind to finish his homework (that she gave him).
  • Samus Is a Girl: Initially assumed to be male due to her initial male sounding voice until the mask comes off.

    Elegant Cat (Miss Kitty) 
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A cat with table manners
  • Ambiguous Gender: The English dub implies their female but it's not said or shown either way.
  • Token Good Teammate: As one of the major parts of the park, she just does her job with nothing else in mind, let alone any attempt on the heroes.

    Tomohiro (Spikey) 
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He will never eat Spaghetti, only Rice with Curry
A man tortured by Jelly Jiggler's forces to get him to fight in A-Block.
  • Defector from Decadence: Implied to be a former Hair Hunter and a member of A-Block and decided to turn on his masters some time in the past.

    Katsu 
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Voiced By: Richard Cansino (EN), Luis Vicente Ivars (Spain)

The deputy commander of A-Block, who likes taking his opponents' possessions after defeating them as "trophies". Though he doesn't have a Super Fist, he makes up for it with his "Playback-Vac", sentient faces that appear on his body and absorb any attack coming at him.


  • Almighty Janitor: Despite only being A-Block's deputy commander, he's incredibly powerful, nearly killing Gasser and being a match to Bo-bobo when they fought. He was only beaten when an unrestrained Gasser managed to overload him. During the Bald Bowl, he was worthy of holding a gold medal and fought alongside the Dark Yaksha a.k.a. the Hair Hunters' commander-in-chief. To put it in perspective, Giga, The Dragon of Tsuru Tsurulina IV himself, only had a silver medal. But in the end, he still couldn't defeat Jelly Jiggler, his former boss, and loses to him after getting hit with one attack.
  • Bald of Awesome: The only member of the empire that's bald and is a genuine badass other than Baldy Bald IV himself (and even he's not that badass, considering he flees the moment his brother appears).
  • Bald of Evil: One of the very few Hair Hunters that's bald and is genuinely evil.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle : From his former superior, Jelly Jiggler, during the Bald Bowl.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Katsu has a large admiration for accessories, leading to him removing Gasser's collar. With the collar removed, Gasser enters his baby mentality, multiplying his power ten fold. The increased amount of gas proves too much for the Playback-Vac, leading to his defeat.
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: Besides the weird way his power manifests on his body, Katsu's one of the very few Hair Hunters that doesn't mess around. He's a bloodthirsty solider of an evil empire through and through, and if he hadn't taken Gasser's collar off, the Rebels' journey likely would've ended right there.
  • No-Sell: His Playback-Vac is this to any one who wields a Super Fist. It can absorb any and all Super Fist techniques by having smiley faces appear all over his body. Whatever they eat is called "delicious". Even Gasser's farts! It does have a limit though....
  • The Dragon: The deputy commander of A-Block, which Jiggler commanded before defecting from the empire to join the Rebels.
  • The Star Scream: Has no problem trying to kill Jiggler in the Bald Bowl.

The Pomade Ring

    Gunkan's Five Great Warriors (The Battleship Five Quartet) 
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Yes there are six of them
The five- er six members that serve as Battleship's Quirky Mini Boss Squad.
  • A Dog Named "Dog": Aside from Loincloth Lloyd and Death Mask, all of the other members names are like this. The rest of the group consists of Calendar, his son June 7th, Tough-Looking Guy, and Gum.
  • Animate Inanimate Object: Calendar is a talking calendar, and June 7th is a talking page from inside Calendar. Gum, though, is only animate when the group is wearing their cloaks and masks, and is otherwise just an inanimate stick of yogurt flavored gum.
  • Black Cloak: When they first show up, they all appear as humanoids wearing black cloaks with white masks. This is despite the fact that Calendar and June 7th aren't at all humanoid in shape, Tough-Looking Guy is much larger outside of his disguise, and Gum is a stick of gum.
  • Companion Cube: Gum somehow goes from being a humanoid in a cloak to being a completely inanimate stick of gum.
  • Dark Horse Victory: Jelly Jiggler can't even win a battle against an inanimate stick of gum.
  • Non-Indicative Name: There are actually six members of the group, although June 7th claims that his father, Calendar, wasn't a real member. The English dub name for them makes even less sense, since a quartet consists of four people.
    • The final member, Death Mask, has an adorable looking kitten face.

Fundoshitarō (Loincloth Lloyd)

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A former ally of Gasser in protecting Gasser's hometown, only to join Battleship's Five Quartet for unknown reasons.
  • Affably Evil: When Gasser finds out he's set to fight his former ally, Loincloth Lloyd reveals his new allegiance to the Battleship Five Quartet as if it was just a casual conversation.
  • Evil Former Friend: He was Gasser's friend who he fought alongside while defending their home city before joining The Battleship Five Quartet.
  • Expy: A very obvious homage to Kinnikuman from his appearance and some of his behavior.
  • Pyrrhic Victory: Wins against Gasser, but is so surprised at his victory his loincloth falls off. Completely humiliated, he vanished for the rest of the series and didn't appear until a new one rolled around.

Calendar

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Bobobo's opponent.
  • Does This Remind You of Anything?: Bobobo trying to lift up Calendar's pages is treated like he's trying to lift up a girl's skirt, complete with Bobobo making some lecherous faces. Meanwhile, Calendar reacts to being exposed like he's been Defiled Forever.
  • Killed Off for Real: Was killed after losing all of his calendar pages.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: While he dies in the original, the dub instead changes him to just falling unconscious, with June 7th stating he's going to hibernate for the next year.

June 7th

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The son of Calendar.

Tough-looking Guy

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He's as tough as he looks.
Don Patch's opponent.
  • The Brute: Easily the largest and toughest-looking of the Battleship Five Quartet.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Delivers an (off-screen) massive one to Don Patch.
  • Invincible Villain: Effortlessly decimates Don Patch and, though he never appears again after the Pomade Ring arc, is one of the very few Hair Hunters one of the Rebels fight but never defeat.
  • Shout-Out: Looks like he was ripped straight out of Fist of the North Star.

Gum

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A literal piece of gum manages to be an enemy
A piece of gum that manages to be Jelly Jiggler's opponent. Not a sentient one, but a literal, lifeless piece of gum.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Manages to do this psychologically to Jelly Jiggler by being the food that was more preferable to a dog.
  • Inanimate Competitor: Although it was somehow animate when wearing his Battleship Five Quartet costume, once Jelly Jiggler is sent in to fight, it's just nothing but a stick of gum lying on the ground.

Death Mask

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The last of the Battleship Five Quartet.

    Doll Man 
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A small doll figure that turns Beauty into a doll to be used by Battleship as a hostage to get Bobobo to fight him.
  • Baleful Polymorph: Causes Beauty to become a doll.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: He's quickly introduced just to turn Beauty into a doll, and Gasser crushes him in his hand shortly after. He's not onscreen for very long, but his meddling results in Beauty being captured for several episodes

    The Ochazuke Alien (The Mean, Green Rice Soup Alien) 
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An assassin sent to find Gasser, but fights Bobobo instead.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: His powers to make those hit by his eye beam into rice-soup obsessed loons might seem like a worthless power at first, but it's actually an effective tactic to make his enemies less willing to fight.
  • Octopoid Aliens: Resembles a green triple eye-socket version of one with a dopey looking face.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: Aside from a gag played for laughs, no one is that shocked about an alien that's facing the heroes, other than being an enemy- except Beauty. Given the much weirder elements there are in the series, he's relatively normal by comparison.

    Wall Man 
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An assassin sent to C-Block to get Gasser. He absorbs Geha the Gale, but through Bobobo's antics, he's knocked out when the latter causes the entire base to launch into a local neighborhood.
  • The Assimilator: His power is being able to assimilate others into his body and then utilize their Fist Technique.
  • Our Monsters Are Weird: He's a white, golden tusked, frill eared, long armed and big bodied creature with a relatively humanoid face.
  • You Will Be Assimilated: Does this to Geha and planned to do this to Gasser.

The Evil Blood Mansion (The Evil House of Blood)

    MAX Kyokawa 
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The evil scientist of the Empire and leader of the Evil Blood Mansion who temporarily brainwashed Bobobo until the latter decides not to do the whole brainwashing act.
  • Cartoon Creature: Best described as a reptilian rodent of some sort, but it's less as extreme as cases like Don Patch.
  • Evil Genius: Describes himself as the evil scientist in charge of the major developments of the Empire.
  • Smug Snake: He's very sure of himself in spite of not being aware of the type of series he's in, and is one of the few traditionally played villains in the show- an egotistical scientist.
  • Wrong Genre Savvy: Thinks he's in your typical Shōnen scenario where he's the overconfident yet cunning genius that has the hero in his clutches...up until Bobobo decides to remind him the wacky, irrelevance of the show.

Z-Block

    Cerberus 
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He's more of a dog than Dengakuman
The manga only guardian of Z-Block's gates
  • Adapted Out: Doesn't appear in the anime.
  • Angry Guard Dog: In spite of his cutesy appearance, he's a bit ill-tempered than foaming angry like most dogs.

    Pontaro 
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His guise and his true nature 
Voiced By: Daisuke Kisho (JP), Dan Lorge (EN)
A game show host that Bobobo and the others meet when they arrive in Z-Block. It then turns out the game show is a ruse for Pontaro to attack the others while Bobobo is distracted.
  • Bald of Evil: As a standard Hair Hunt Trooper, it's a given. He's a manipulative man who distracts Bobobo so he can attack his friends in the midst of the distraction.
  • Evil All Along: He initially seems to be an innocuous game show host before revealing himself to be a manipulative Hair Hunter that wanted Bobobo out of the way so he could take out the weaker members of the group.

    Radio Man 
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Yes, he is a giant tv and not a radio
A giant television robot that is able to trap others inside of him.
  • Killed Off for Real: When Bobobo from an Alternate Universe Kinda Like His Alter Ego turns into a dragon while still instead of Radio Man, the latter is expectedly killed when the former bursts out of him, making him one of the few confirmed permanent deaths on the enemies' side.
  • No Indoor Voice: He never stops shouting.
    Radio Man: I'M LOUD!
  • Non-Indicative Name: Radio Man is a giant television and not a radio.

    Radio Man's TV Channels 
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Voiced By: Takayuki Sasada
The subordinates of Radio Man who attempt to draw in the rebels into their master's body with limited success.
  • Harmless Villain: All of them are very weak in spite of their initially intimidating appearance, pathetically unable to pull in most of the group and only by bribing Don Patch that they manage to get him in.

    Shou Mei 
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Voiced By: Kisho Taniyama (JP), Paul St. Peter (EN)
A Hair Hunter that controls Radio Man from the inside.
  • Bald of Evil: As a standard Hair Hunter, it's a given. He traps Bobobo and Don Patch in Radio Man, intent on keeping them in for the rest of their lives.
  • Meaningful Name: His name makes illumination, which he does by utilizing his lights to blind his enemies.

    The First Class Chef Corps (The Elite Chef Unit) 
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The foot soldiers of Z-Block and the most powerful unit of foot soldiers in the Chrome Dome Empire.... who happen to be chefs whose powers is overcrowding their enemies until they suffocate.
  • Art Shift: When Bobobo's alternate self turns into a dragon, one of the chef's faces goes more realistic as he stares in awe of the dragon's might.
  • Nonstandard Character Design: In their true forms, they look like cartoonish caricatures of chefs with small beady eyes widely spaced from each other, bulbous noses and no visible mouths.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: Double-Subverted. First they're actually the strongest base soldiers of the Chrome Dome Empire...., but reveal themselves to be very cartoony looking chefs whose only power is overcrowding their enemies...which actually proves to be a very useful tactic that nearly suffocates both Gasser and Beauty until Bobobo turns into a dragon to scatter them.

    Kibahage (Zeb Ziegler) 
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Voiced By: Eiji Takemoto (JP), Michael Sorich (EN)
The Vice Leader of Z-Block that had been eaten by Bobobo 5 years ago and only managed to escape by being hatched from an egg by a dragon form that Bobobo's alternative self had taken.
  • Alliterative Name: In the dub, he's named Zeb Ziegler, likely to play on the Z-Block name theme.
  • The Dragon: Officially, he's this to Dengakuman as the Vice Leader of Z-Block, being the last enemy faced before Dengakuman himself shows up.
  • Co-Dragons: He shares this with Silhouette and Hibi, being the official second in command while the latter two are always aiding him. Justified as he had been eaten and it's implied that they occupied the empty slot during the five years that Bobobo had eaten him.
  • Determinator: He was apparently eaten alive by Bobobo 5 years ago and managed to not get digested or die until he managed to escape and enact his vengeance on Bobobo.
  • Eaten Alive: Apparently, Bobobo ate him alive 5 years ago and only 5 years later when he was hatched from an egg laid by Bobobo's alternate self's dragon form that he manages to escape.
  • Noodle Incident: Apparently, Kibahage faced Bobobo five years ago, somehow was eaten by the latter, and later hatched as an egg when Bobobo turned into a dragon that had been Bobobo's alternative self-managing to survive not being digested while in his stomach. Notably, it's this moment that proves too weird for Beauty, who had seen very weird things up to this point to go temporarily insane and goofy like the cast due to how weird even in context this series of events was.

    "Silhouette" and Hibi 
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Above Silhouette, Below Hibi
Voiced By: Takahiro Fujimoto (Silhouette) (JP), Yoko Nishino (Hibi) (JP) Brian Beacock (Silhouette) (EN), Dorothy Elias-Fahn (Hibi) (EN)
Two youths who spend time with Dengakuman, showering him with praise on his cuteness.
  • Almighty Janitor: Whether they're two aides that are near Dengakuman at all times with no official ranking in Z-Block or one/both of them replaced Kibahage during his 5-year absence is never addressed.
  • Face Framed in Shadow: An exaggerated example. The male is constantly in shadow when he exposes himself to the heroes rather it being to hide his true identity.
  • False Friend: In spite of showering Dengakuman with praise for most of their appearance, they turn on him when he's cornered by Bobobo.
  • Sinister Silhouettes: It appears this way at first with the silhouetted man, but later it's revealed that this is just what he looks like.

Hajike Block (Wiggin Block)

    Hiroshi (Harry Hatenko) 
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A weird guy with aviator shades, Hatenko's clothes, and hair that looks like horns

    The Keepers 
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A group of people dressed like dolphin trainers

    N&N's 
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A bean shaped guy who says he's a space traveler.
  • Character Tic: He closes out a segment or chapter by doing hand gestures spelling out his initals.
  • Cool Ship: Parodied. His "spaceship" is simply a bike connected to a platform.

    Line Drawer 
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A living line drawer

    Hajike Fortuneteller 
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A guy in viking get-up who claims to read fortunes. The thing about this is that he can't read kanji.

    Thread Man and Paper Man 
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Thread Man on left and Paper Man on right
A living paper doll and threads made to look like stick figure person.

    Apollo 
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A sentient spacecraft who briefly appears at Hajike Block, as a rival to N&Ns.
  • Cool Ship: Parodied Like N&Ns, he too has his own makeshift "spaceship", which is a small red kart, with a mattress attached to it. Part of the reason Bo-Bobo and others hopped on to his ride instead of N&Ns.
  • The Rival: To N&Ns.

    The Teacup 
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The guardian of the Tea Ceremony Room
  • Epic Fail: His attempt as the drinker in the round by making a dynamic entry from the ceiling failed due to not having enough rope to come down. When he gets a do-over, he just reused Don Patch's motorbike entrance leading to Don Patch effortlessly defeating him by simply blowing him away with a cannon.
  • Harmless Villain: His entire gimmick is tricking others into being confused by his tea tactics, but outside of it, he has no combat abilities- leading to Don Patch unceremoniously shooting him down with a cannon when he used the same tactic he did as an incoming drinker.
  • Sadist: He first appears by punishing a tied-up fellow teacup BDSM style for betrayal via having coffee instead of tea and then cut the rope holding them up before that broke them into pieces.

    Captain Ishida 
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Voiced By: Michael McConnohie (EN)
A space policeman Wiggin Birds transform into if the Wiggin levels of those who hold them is too low. At some point in time after the defeat of Gunkan, Ishida bought Jelly Jiggler from the store he worked at, and deliberately mistreated him in order to toughen him up... in the anime, anyway. In the manga, he's means to send Jiggler as the empire's first line of defense for invading Mars.
  • Ambiguously Human: Speaks in a robotic manner and neither his posture nor expression ever changes, not even when Bo-Bobo attacks him. It's downplayed in the anime, however, where he moves quite a lot, speaks like a regular person and shrieks in pain when attacked.
  • Ambiguous Situation: Why exactly he's what Wiggin Birds transform into if someone's Wiggin level's too low, is anyone's guess. It also begs the question of whether more than one of him exists, but it's never discussed or shown what would happen if two or more people with low Wiggin levels touched Wiggin Birds at the same time.
  • Frozen Face: He never blinks and his mouth is perpetually agape. Even when Bo-bobo attacks him, his face stays the same.
  • Gonk: Drawn very crudely in the manga.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: He's drawn in a far sloppier manner compared to how everybody else looks in the manga, probably to reflect how low the Wiggin levels of those who summon him are. It's downplayed in the anime, however, where he's drawn in the same quality as everyone else, but still has a more realistic-looking face.

    Chuunosuke 
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The last enemy Bobobo and the others face in the Wiggin Block before fighting Rice.
  • Bait the Dog: Initially seems to be a cutesy character until he reveals his true nature as psychotic, arrogant sadist when he attacks Beauty.

OVER's Castle

    The Deadly Five Ninja (The Ultimate Five Assassins) 

Ruby

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A young girl who just wants to play the day away... except it's an assassination tactic where she brainwashes those who play with her so they won't fight back when she kills them.
  • Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Downplayed, as she's only attacked once, but it's omitted in the anime. In the manga, Don Patch punches her in the head, driving her into the ground and causing blood to spew out her mouth. In the anime, she stumbles backwards into a hole in the ground, which Don Patch pulls her out of.
  • The Ditz: Though much tamer compared to the borderline insanity everyone else expresses.

Infinite Kicker (Infinite Shoot)

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The second of the Ultimate Five Assassins. He's a boy that doesn't seem to know what he wants to be, as he's a multitude of different things, but presents himself primarily as a soccer player.
  • Artifact of Power: Averted. Don Patch steals his soccer ball from him under the assumption that it's the source of his power. Infinite Shoot points out that no, it's just a regular soccer ball, and Don Patch gives it back.
  • I Know Madden Kombat: He's a soccer player.
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: Invoked. He's a blue-haired, red-eyed, fanged teenager that's not only a soldier of an evil empire, but a soccer player, a ninja, and a ping-pong player, as well. He also wields a kusarigama and can conjure fire with his eyes, and his soccer ball isn't actually a ball, but a ball-shaped lunchbox.

The Three Major Civilizations

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Mesopotamian Civilization on the left, Kouga Civilization in the middle and Indus Civilization on the right

A trio of goofballs, each of which are named after three of the first four major civilizations in the world: the Kouga Civilization, the leader of the group and the only humanoid; the Indus Civilization, a sentient firecracker; and the Mespotamian Civilization, a pink octopus-like creature.


  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: The Mespotamian Civilization. He's a giant, pink-colored, human-faced sea creature that can walk on land and works as a ninja for a evil empire.
  • Terrible Trio: Fight as a three man group, in fact, are the originators of the formula in the series that had been one on one fights up till that moment.

    Ochoboguchi-kun (Puckered Lips) 
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An assassin sent by OVER to test his strength.
  • Portal Door: His mouth acts a literal portal door to OVER's Castle.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: What happens to him after he sucks the Rebels into his mouth to send them to OVER's castle is never shown in the anime. In the manga, he simply poses with N&Ns to end the chapter.

    Gump 
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The guard of OVER's Castle.


  • Expy: The dub makes him sound like the actual Forrest Gump.

Hallelujah Land (Holy Guacamole Land)

    The Hell Killers 

Galubel the Fresh-Blooded (Garbel of Manicura)

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The first of the Hell Killers, he faces off against Bobobo, Jelly Jiggler and the others.


  • Femme Fatalons: A male example. He manipulates his nails as long ranged weapons.

T-500

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The second of the Hell Killers, he faces off against Don Patch.


  • Expy: Of the T-800, if his name wasn't enough of a clue.
  • The Stoic: He not only plays himself professional at all times, but is the only known character in the series to never smile.
    • Not So Stoic: Don Patch's antics causes him to be exasperated as anyone else.

The Three Prison-Murderer Brothers (The Terrible Triplets/The Super Hell Brothers)

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Haoh on the left, Megafan in the middle and Beep on the right

The last of the Hell Killers, a trio of brothers that face off against Bobobo's party. They consist of Haou, a stern, green creature and the eldest brother; Megafan, a man dressed like a pirate who fights with chewing gun and the middle brother; and Beep, a muscular man who wears a mask and is the youngest brother.


  • Bishōnen: Beep is secretly this underneath his helmet.
  • Butt-Monkey: Beep continuously gets punished by Bo-bobo's Bo-bobo Roulette technique.
  • Good Old Fisticuffs: This is Haoh's entire fighting style.
  • Twincest: Beep and Megafan perform a move called "Brotherly Love Energy Recovery", which apparently involves the two of them kissing, but Bo-bobo and Don Patch tickle them before they can actually do it. The original US broadcast cuts before the two start leaning in.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Inverted. Beep and Megafan are both blonde-haired humans, but Haoh is a short green cartoonish oni-type creature with similar body proportions to Don Patch.

    Kanemaru 
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An assassin sent by Halekulani to defeat Bobobo.


    Nightmare 
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The guardian of the Small Child's Area of the park.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: Spends most of his fight being a complete punching bag, even worse for him it's implied he wouldn't have much better chance if the heroes weren't reduced to children.
  • Obviously Evil: He has horns, and oh yeah, the kanji for "Enemy" is written on his forehead. Gasser sees right through him when he tries to act like the team's friend.
  • Would Hurt a Child: What'd you expect of a Hair Hunter that hangs around an area that turns everyone but him into kids?
  • Your Worst Nightmare: Has the ability to bring his opponents nightmares to life, unfortunately for him, this is useless against the heroes.

Cyber City

    The Six Electric Brain Warriors (The Six Cyber Knights) 

Pana

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Voiced By: Hiroshi Tsuchida (JP), Liam O'Brien (EN)
The first of the Cyber Knights Bobobo faces and the second introduced.

Sonic

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Voiced By: Shinji Kawada (JP), Jeff Nimoy (EN)
The second of the Cyber Knights Bobobo faces and the third introduced.
  • Jet Pack: utilizes this as part of his means to keep afloat and his means of combat. He can even utilize a transformation to make him resemble a jet more.
  • Surprisingly Realistic Outcome: When the heroes first encounter him, all the blood has rushed to his head from being upside-down for so long.

Shibito (The Bad Bard/The Poet)

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Voiced By: Hiro Shimono (JP), Richard Cansino (EN)

The fifth of the Cyber Knights to be introduced and one of the only three with Super Fists. He faces a combination of Beauty, Don Patch, Jelly Jiggler and Torpedo Girl.


Carman (Otto)

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Voiced By: Kazunari Kojima (JP), Dan Lorge (EN)

The second to last Cyber Knight Bobobo and the others face off against.


Wan Ronga

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Voiced By: Masaya Takatsuka (JP), Michael McConnohie (EN)
The first of the Cyber Knights to be introduced by taking Gasser to Giga in the first place and the last of the Cyber to be defeated, though not by Bobobo himself.
  • Fate Worse than Death: Subverted. Hatenko using his "Super Fist of the Key — Eternal Lock" leaves him locked in place as a statue, with Hatenko saying he would stay like that forever, fittingly not returning for the remainder of the series. By Shinsetsu however, he's back to normal and working alongside J attempting to stop the raid on Cyber City by the Neo Maruhage Empire, only to be easily beaten by Porusutoroi and Made a Slave.
  • The Unfought: Downplayed. In spite of being the one to bring Gasser to Giga, Bobobo never faces him in combat, but Wan ends up being defeated by Hatenko.

J

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Voiced By: Jurota Kosugi (JP), Michael Sorich (EN)
The sixth and strongest Cyber Knight and arguably the only Hair Hunter to be genuinely serious in every way (besides his Non-Human Head, of course). He wields the True Fist of the Black Sun, with which he powers the entirety of Cyber City.

He manages to easily defeat Soften and proves to be deadly enough for Bobobo to need to fuse, with J attempting to avoid a confrontation with Bobopatch by having Dengakuman replace Don Patch as the fusion component, only to be defeated by Denbo anyway.


    Wan Ronga's Subordiates 
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  • Expy Their designs are heavily inspired by the Storm Troopers of Star Wars.

    Cyber City Escort Troops 
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  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Once Bobobo convinces Torpedo Girl to fight alongside them, she proceeds to easily demolish them with ease.
  • The Stoic: Compared to the rest of Cyber City with the exception of J, the duo present themselves as professionals.

    Biki and Bathro 
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Bathro
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Biki
A pair of blonde haired woman that are always seen with Giga.
  • Meaningful Name: Biki wears a bikini, while Bathro wears a bathrobe.
  • Neutral Females: Don't do anything besides hype up Giga, though they attack the Narrator in the anime when he tries to get them to stop praising Giga (and start praising him instead).
  • No Name Given: Their names are never revealed, but Word of God apparently revealed at some point that their names are "Biki" and "Bathro".
  • Sadist: Not as prominent as Giga, but their resultant giggling at Gasser's forced transformation imply they also enjoy the suffering and humiliation Giga inflicts on his victims.

    Super Rabbit 
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One of Sonic's minions, he's much more dangerous than he lets on.
  • Gratuitous English: Invoked. The word "Super" is supposed to be written on his torso, but it's written as "Speer".
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: Initially appearing as a joke, he soon reveals his expert combat skills.

    Despair-kun (The Unknown Sad Sack) 
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The second of Sonic's minions, a perpetually depressed individual.
  • Brown Bag Mask: His face is entirely covered by a crude paper bag mask.
  • The Eeyore: His defining trait is being perpetually depressed.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He aids the heroes against the Shadow Chrome Dome Empire in the Playoffs.

Assassination Corps (Enforcer Unit)

    Killalino and Takashi 
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Killalino
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His underwear hat
Voiced By: Hisao Egawa (Kilalino), Kosuke Toriumi (Takashi) (JP), Bob Papenbrook (Kilalino) (EN)
The first assassin to go after Bobobo in the main events of the story.
  • Adaptational Badass: He trades his regular knife for an unnamed technique that allows him to use his hands to release ranged slashes of energy by having his hands do a slashing motion.
  • Affably Evil: One of the lesser evil bald members of the Hair Hunters. Killalino puts aside his assassination job to spend his time talking to Takashi/Ducky about his personal issues before resuming his assassination when the conversation was done, having accepted the underwear the way he is. He also takes time off during the Reverse Maruhage Empire Arc, relaxing on a beach
  • Bald of Evil: Though has enough heart to have a talk with his duck underwear hat about the latter's uncertainty about his existence, temporally putting his assassination attempt on Bobobo on hold until the issues were resolved.
  • Bowlderize: One of the more infamous examples as Killalino had his duck underwear on his crotch- leading to a very unfortunate Gag Penis gag. The anime censorship had him wear the duck on his head, making his perverted nature not as blatant, but still sell him as a weirdo.
    • To a lesser extent, his knife technique in the manga is swapped with an ability to make his hands do knife slicing movements to release ranged slashes.
  • Breakout Character: To an extent, he manages to make a reappearance during the Blood Mansion Arc- one of the few original arc villain characters outside of Katsu and Jelly Jiggler to make a significant reappearance in the future arcs.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: Implied. He and his duck underwear take the time to have a chat about the latter's personal issues, taking time off the hit on Bobobo- resuming when the issues were resolved. He also takes time off on a beach during the Reverse Maruhage Arc.

    Guri and Gura (Grin and Bareit) 
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Grin and Bariet
Two of the strongest assassins sent to the Evil Blood Mansion to fight Bobobo. However, one is so heavily damaged from landing that they don't fight him anyway.
  • Informed Abiltiy: In spite of being the strongest assassins outside of Nunchaku, they never get a chance to show off their abilities due to the fact one of them gets damaged from the landing and leaves the survivor guilt-ridden- unable to fight.
  • The Unfought: Bobobo isn't even made aware of their existence due to how self-disposing they turned out to be.

    Kuunyan 
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Voiced By: Koichi Sakaguchi (JP)
An assassin sent by the Czar himself to test Bo-bobo to see if he's strong enough to participate in the Bald Bowl. He wields the Super Fist of the Parachute, which allows him to conjure parachutes of various sizes out of thin air.
  • Killed Off for Real: Bo-bobo fastens shackles with steel balls hanging off of them to his wrists and ankles, then kicks him off the airplane they were fighting on top of. Granted, he could just use his Super Fist to create a parachute and land safely, but unless he didn't...

    Mogura 
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Kuunyan's assistant, who works with his partner to test Bobobo.
  • Cartoon Creature: His name's Japanese for "mole", but he looks very little like one.

    Nenchaku (Nunchuck Nick) 
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Voiced By: Kenichi Ono (JP), Derek Stephen Prince (EN)
The leader of the Chrome Dome Empire's Assassin Corps, who tests Bo-bobo to see if he's strong enough to fight in the Bald Bowl. He wields the Fist of STOP, which allows him to produce duct tape that can stop anyone in their tracks.

The Maruhage/Margarita New Emperor Playoffs (The Bald Bowl)

    Higusari Seijuurou (Blond Chainey) 
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Voiced By: Atsushi Kisaichi (JP), Jeff Nimoy (EN)
The guardian of the Swift Hell-Depth Tunnel, the Bald Bowl's 26th preliminary course. He fights with the very chains that bind him to the tunnel's interior and faces off against Beauty and Don Patch.

    Menma (Memma) 
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Voiced by: Minoru Shiraishi (JP), Stephanie Sheh (EN)
The guardian of the Death Ramen Highway, the Bald Bowl's 33rd preliminary course. She wields the Super Fist of Ramen, which allows her to produce bowls of ramen out of thin air. Bo-bobo and the Three Major Civilizations face her, but don't fight her. Instead, they take part in ramen-eating contest she holds.
  • And Now For Something Completely Different: She uses her Super Fist for holding ramen-eating contests instead of fighting.
  • Beauty Is Never Tarnished: She's the only female Hair Hunter in the first series that's never harmed in any way. Though her pride got harmed when she lost her own contest.
  • The Worf Effect: Parodied. She managed to defeat J, the strongest of the Cyber Knights... in a ramen-eating contest.

Miscellaneous

    Mr. Ooiwa 
A mysterious man who's relation to the empire is unknown, but is apparently on the same level as the first seven Block leaders in the empire's hierarchy.
  • Informed Ability: His name means "big rock", but whether that refers to his powers or not is anyone's guess.
  • The Ghost: Parodied. He's only mentioned once in one panel in the very first chapter where the empire's hierarchy map is shown, and but Bo-Bobo never encounters him and he's never seen or mentioned in the story.
  • The Reveal: He's revealed to be a tiger in supplemental materials. As in a non-anthropomorphic, realistic-looking tiger.

    Lamune (Lemon Fizz) 
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One of Kitty Poo's Co-Dragons.
  • Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Subverted. Don Patch punches her so hard that blood spews out her mouth like a geyser and she flies right into the wall of a nearby house.
  • Dude Magnet: While Kitty-Poo is in the middle of a long speech, Don Patch walks up to Lemon Fizz and hands her a Love Letter, which she promptly rips in half. Bobobo follows, with the same result. Then Hatenko gives her one, resulting in a Luminescent Blush and her happily opening it, only for it to be a note asking her to return a manga volume he lent her a year ago.
  • Expy: She's the Zarbon to Kitty-Poo's Frieza.
  • Fan Disservice: She's a fairly pretty girl and you're able to get a look at her panties in the manga... except this happens the same time Don Patch punches the hell out of her and causes blood to fly out her mouth. Also, the last time you see her in the manga proper is shortly after Don Patch attacks her: she's on the ground, surrounded by debris and with a look on her face implying Don Patch either knocked her unconcious or killed her.
  • Informed Ability: According to Kitty-Poo, she's stronger than Captain Battleship. Since she, Kitty-Poo and Chocolate Munchie are all promptly defeated by Don Patch in one fell swoop, this power is never demonstrated.
  • Panty Shot: In the manga, when Don Patch punches her, which launches her in the air. It's a bit of a Fan Disservice, though, as blood spews out of her mouth in the process.

    Kinen/Chocochocotto (Chocolate Munchie) 
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He was a box of cigarettes in the manga
The second of Kitty Poo's Co-Dragons.
  • Bowdlerize: His appearance is this in the anime. Initially, he was a box of cigarettes before being altered into a box of chocolates.
  • Expy: He's the Dordoria to Kitty-Poo's Frieza.

    Samuragin 
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A former D-Block vice commander that competed with Bobobo, Bebebe, and Hatenko in their youth in skiing.
  • Bald of Evil: Subverted or Play straight. He either has a large clump of hair on his head or wore a winter hat to cover his head during the skiining.

Video Game Exclusive

    The Super Lady Killer (Nice Guy) and Gelboutin (Miaasadaharu) 
Appearing in Ougi 87.5 Bakuretsu Hanage Shinken, he's a devil who's the fourth and strongest member of the Demon King of Flowers' Four Heavenly Kings. His true form is Miaasadaharu, a massive green creauture with buck teeth and the number 2000 emblazoned on its face.
  • Accidental Misnaming: Nice Guy apparently cannot remember people's names, so he refers to everyone as "Tanaka".

    Hisae and Roberto 
The True Final Boss of Ougi 87.5 Bakuretsu Hanage Shinken. She's an angel who rules over the Demon King of Flowers' castle. Her true form is Roberto, a giant red squid that likes doing parlor tricks.

    Earth and Kick the MAME Uncle 
The True Final Boss of Majide!!? Shinken Shoubu. He's an assassin sent by Baldy Bald IV to hunt down and defeat Bo-bobo before he departs from Holy Guacamole Land. He wields the Super Fist of Creation, which allows him to manipulate the Earth itself. His true form is Kick the MAME Uncle, a scrawnly, bean-shaped creature.

    L 
The Big Bad of Dasshutsu!! Hajike Royale. He's a yogurt-loving creature that rides a motorcycle, with which he fights people by constantly attempting to run people over.

    Jail 
The True Final Boss of Dasshutsu!! Hajike Royale. He's a fusion of L and J, and is the reason L is on Prison Island to begin with, as Baldy Bald IV was so fearful of Jail's power that he imprisoned L on the island to keep him as far away from J as possible.

Jail wields the Super Fist of the Black Chain, which allows him to attack his enemies with an endless amount of chains.



The Former Maruhage/Margarita Empire (The Former Chrome Dome Empire)

The third era of the Chrome Dome Empire, which was led by Czar Baldy Bald III. For reasons unknown, Baldy Bald III and all twenty-six of his Block leaders were put in cryogenic chambers, where they slept for 100 years. Now the Block leaders are awake, Baldy Bald IV sees this as a chance to defeat Bo-bobo once and for all. So Baldy Bald IV creates Neo Hair-Hunt Land MAX, yet another amusement park that doubles as a battleground, for the Block leaders to dwell in and fight the Rebels while Baldy Bald III continues to rest until it's time for him to take center stage.

    In General 
  • Always a Bigger Fish: Though they ultimately fail to stop the Rebels, they're still much more formidable than the various groups from the empire's fourth era, often forcing Bobo-Bo and his gang to break out all sorts of new tricks to defeat them.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Rem, Lambada, and Jeda, the latter two being male examples.
  • Badass Army This entire generation of soldiers is described as such, having conquered almost all the known world in four days.
  • Hypocrite: Once again, despite the fact they're dedicated to ridding the world of hair, a good deal of their members have full heads of hair. Even Baldy Bald III, robot or not, has hair.
  • Oddly Small Organization: They don't have the various factions and subsidiaries of Hair Hunters the fourth era has. It's just Baldy Bald III, his 26 Block leaders, Rose-Lily's five Hair Hunters, and the two Hair Hunters that encounter Baldy Bald IV, bringing the amount of members they've got to a grand total of 34. That said, they aren't pushovers and came very close to defeating the Rebels.
  • Older Is Better: In the current fourth generation, the Hair Hunter regular troops and their commanders are mostly pushovers to a skilled Fist user with the exception of A-Block, with a lot of the power reliant on the Big 4, Giga's Cyber City, some assassins, and Dark Yasha- with the current Czar proving to be inept in terms of leadership and physical ability even discounting the fact he's merely a figure head for Bibibi. The Third generation, its direct predecessor, are significantly more powerful, with a select number of regular Mooks being as difficult a threat as one of the Big 4/Cyber City's Quirky Mini Boss Squad, with the Hair Hunt Block commanders, individually requiring Bobobo to need a power-up to defeat them, and a Fusion Dance to defeat the three strongest ones. Their leader, a very powerful fighter with not one, but two Super Fists not only proves to be a difficult challenge requiring OVER of all people to aid, but briefly puts Bobobo in a corner, and manages to become the much more efficient Big Bad of the Time Skip with a much more competent empire under his leadership once he gains a Hair Ball to reestablish his leadership.
  • Older Than They Look: They've been put in cryogenic sleep chambers for 100 years so however old they appear to be, add 100 years to that.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: They've got their own versions of the fourth era's block leaders. For example, Jeda the Wind God and Rose-Lily Kikunojo are essentially their era's versions of the fourth era's Geha the Gale and Hagen.

    Emperor Tsuru Tsurulina III (Czar Baldy Bald III) 
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Voiced by: Ryotaro Okiayu (JP), David Lodge (EN), Salvador Serrano (Spain)
The ruler of the Chrome Dome Empire from 100 years ago and the strongest of the empire's Three Strongest, resting until his reawakening in the Former Hair Hunt Troop Arc where he fights Bobobo and Co. Unlike every other villain in the first series, he decides to remain evil, killing Bi-bibi to obtain his Hair Ball and becomes the Big Bad of the Shinsetsu Time Skip.
  • Arc Villain: Of the Former Hair Hunters arc, uniquely, he manages to ascend into the Big Bad role for the Time Skip by finally obtaining the Hair Ball from Bibibi.
  • Always a Bigger Fish: Much, much worse than Baldy Bald IV and Hydrate
  • Big Bad: Of the Former Hair Hunters arc and Shinsetsu.
  • Clipped-Wing Angel: Played with, His absorption of Bobobo and Don Patch does give him the powers he craved....., but made him change into a pink Cartoon Creature, which was not his intention. Subverted with his later attempt with Bibibi that results in a far less humiliating form.
  • Cherry Tapping: Ultimately defeated by Bo-bobo giving him a light chop to the armpit in Shinsetsu, after the standard arc-ending montage attack.
  • Creepy High-Pitched Voice: In the English dub, he has a dissonantly higher-pitched voice that contrasts with his more regal appearance, which gives him an uncanny eeriness even before the Robotic Reveal. Averted in the original version, where his voice is appropriately deep.
  • Deconstruction: Of the Cruel Mercy trope. Bo-bobo's chosen to let every Hair Hunter up to this point live, likely because he sees them living with the knowledge they were defeat by him to be a Fate Worse than Death. Either that, or he believes that they've still got a chance to change their ways. Tsurulina III takes the fact Bo-bobo let him live as a chance to commit even more atrocious acts, to the point where he revives the Chrome Dome Empire in Shinsetsu and tears through the Hair Kingdom, where he kills Bi-bibi and absorbs his Hair Ball. Needless to say, Bo-bobo should've killed him when he had the chance.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: Played straight the original Japanese version, courtesy of Ryotaro Okiayu that gives him a suitably deep and regal voice. Subverted in the English dub, which gives him a much higher pitch voice.
  • Fantastic Racism: Considers humans nothing but scum.
  • Genre Refugee: He wouldn't be out of place in a regular fighting shounen manga, as he stands out for being completely serious and ruthless. The only other antagonist who comes even close to him is Bibibi.
  • Hollywood Cyborg: As it turns out, he's truly some sort of android with a human exterior, revealed when he was injured for the first time as part of a Robotic Reveal and later briefly as his skin peels off to reveal his robotic form just before His Clipped-Wing Angel.
  • Hypocrite: Robot or not, he's the leader of an empire that wants to rid the world of hair, yet has head full of red hair.
  • Ignored Epiphany: After Bobobo goes to get efforts to show a technique to show him the wonders of humanity, he still decides to Take Over the World and make it worse than before.
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: Does this to Bibibi, who started the entire current generation of the Hair Hunt operations that wiped out his original civilization, temporally murdered his own family and had been a Big Brother Bully to his younger siblings even prior to this. He takes his Hair Ball, temporarily killing him and leading into the events of the Time Skip, but the killing was seen as well-deserved punishment as Bobobo had let Bibibi off the hook too easily after defeating him.
  • Kick the Dog: He has a roulette attack just to target Bobobo's friends one by one until they were destroyed.
  • Kick Them While They Are Down: kills Bi-bibi and steals his Hair Ball after Bo-bobo has defeated him, paving the way for his rise to power and the sequel series.
  • Knight of Cerebus: A misanthropic megalomanic whose first action against Bobobo is to immediately try and kill him, and decided to slowly kill off his friends once he finds out that he is a Living Macguffin. Not something you'd expect from odd series like this. He becomes more of this in the Time Skip, leading the series to be slightly Darker and Edgier.
  • Lack of Empathy: When confronted by Bobobo after pushing his Berserk Button
    "Do you think I care?"
  • Leitmotif: A subtle, but noticeable organ is played twice in his fight during his dark moments.
  • Not Even Human: Upon absorbing the Hair Ball in the first fight with him, he reveals his true form to be a robotic demonic being.
  • No Indoor Voice: He practically screams all of his lines in the dub.
  • Our Robots Are Non Standard: Being an android and all.
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: Has little to no quirks compared to his underlings and his reaction to any comedy is to ignore and continue to try to kill someone.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: In the context of the story, he was the latest Arc Villain to defeat, which made his refusal to give up his evil ways, leading to him returning to become the Big Bad of the Time Skip.
  • Order Versus Chaos: seeks an entirely ordered world where those who do not obey his every command are dead.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: In his introduction, he throws a few knives off into the distance. The result is something ripped right out of Dragon Ball.
  • Primary-Color Champion: Inverted HARD. His color scheme consists of primary colors, such as red hair and blue eyes, the yellow phoenix tattoo on his forehead, as well as his blue coat, red shoulderpads, and yellow belt, but he's the single most serious, ruthless, and dangerous villains in the entire series
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: He rest for 100 years prior to his awakening.
  • Superpower Lottery: Notably, he's the only main villain to not have just one, but two Super Fists, Red Magic that deals with physical stage magic based attacks and Blue Magic that focuses on mental degradation based attacks.
  • Vocal Dissonance: He has a very loud, high pitched voice in the English dub in contrast to his regal and intimidating appearance. It foreshadows the artificial quality of him, once it's revealed that he's a robot underneath his appearance and is incomplete without a Hair Ball.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: A very notable example considering most of the villains become allies at this point Despite Bobobo sparing his life, he decides to screw everyone over by taking Bibibi's Hair Ball and reestablishing his empire for the Shinsetsu Time Skip series.
  • Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: He's a cybernetic, misanthropic megalomaniac with no hesitation in committing atrocities in order to maintain his authority. He stands out since most of the series involves light-hearted yet bizarre comedy, and is the sole reason after getting the Hair Ball that he manages to make the series Darker and Edgier with his new abilities.

The Seven Main Block Leaders

    Hanpen (General Lee Fishcake) 
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Voiced by: Hiroaki Miura (JP), Steve Kramer (EN), Rais David Báscones (Spain, first apparitions), Juan Navarro (Spain, rest of the series)
The former commander of A-Block and the second of the former empire's Three Strongest, being The Dragon to Czar Baldy Bald III. He doesn't have a Super Fist, but but makes up for it with his "Hanpen Palm", which gives him the power to emit square-shaped blasts of energy from his palms.

After joining up with the Rebels, he fights with "Hanpen Jujitsu", a goofy, but powerful form of martial arts.


  • A Father to His Men: Treats his allies with more respect than Bo-Bobo does his own.
  • Blood Knight: Although he was confident he was superior and later fights for his comrades, Hanpen likes a good fight.
  • The Dragon: To Czar Baldy Bald III.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Much like Jiggler before him, Hanpen sides with the Rebels after getting defeated by them, choosing to fight alongside them during the Bald Bowl.
  • Non-Human Head: His head is a fishcake with a face, and he apparently used to be just a fishcake.
  • Redemption Demotion: Not as bad as Jelly Jiggler, but he's much less useful as a hero than he was as a villain.
  • Social Darwinist: He harks on about the worthiness of his opponents.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Like Jelly Jiggler, he's an eccentric, anthropomorphic foodstuff and the leader of his era's A-Block, who defects from his empire to join the Rebels after getting defeated, only to treated as a joke for the remainder of the series.

    Lambada 
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Voiced by: Hisayoshi Suganuma (JP), Mona Marshall (EN), Mercedes Espinosa (Spain)
The former commander of B-Block the weakest of the former empire's Three Strongest. He wields the Super Fist of the Polygon, allowing him to turn his opponents into irregular polygons.
  • Crossdresser: Although unwillingly.
    Lambada:Why am I dressed like a colorblind prom date!?
  • Cross-Dressing Voices: In the English dub.
  • Determinator: According to Rem, he once had a stare-down with General Lee Fishcake until the General passed out.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's not so much a jerk but he is serious and aloof. However, underneath, he's pretty caring, especially towards his allies.

    Jeda the Wind God 
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Voiced by: Keiji Hirai (JP), Steve Staley (EN), Jorge Saudinós (Spain)
The former commander of C-Block. He wields the Super Fist of the Wind Scythe.

    Rem 
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Voiced by: Ryoko Shiraishi (JP), Megan Hollingshead (EN), Julia Martínez (Spain)
The narcoleptic former commander of D-Block. She wields the Super Fist of Crash-Sleeping ("Super Fist of Nighty-Night" in the English dub), which gives her the ability to send her opponents to a world of her own creation: the Rem Rest Realm (& RV Park). In it, she can enter a form called "Berserker Version", which makes her twenty times stronger.
  • Abusive Parents: According to the manga, her parents (two beds) used to beat her.
  • Bare Your Midriff: She only wears a bra-like halter top.
  • Defeat Equals Friendship: As with a lot of Bobobo's foes, she turns good after being defeated.
  • Heavy Sleeper: She struggles to start her battle because she can't stop falling asleep. Even in mid-battle or MID-AIR she'll fall asleep.
    Rem: Just five more minutes...
  • Heel–Face Turn: The entire latter half of Bobobo's battle with her involves melting her heart and turning her good.
  • Meaningful Name: As in "Rapid Eye Movement", a stage of sleep.
  • Mind Screw: Some of her background, is that she's the rather human offspring of two beds. Thinking about that might make your head hurt.
  • Power Dyes Your Hair: In her Berserker form, her hair turns from white to lavender and her eyes turn pink.
  • Power Makes Your Hair Grow: And gives you a jacket.
  • Troubled Backstory Flashback: Apparently, she's actually the daughter of two beds. During her childhood, she was mocked by the other bed children.
    • It's worse in the manga, she was BEATEN BY HER PARENTS.
  • Stripperiffic: Yet no one really cares.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: She's the Kitemasu of the former Chrome Dome Empire, due to having a sleep Motif (Rem's narcoleptic, while Kitemasu wears pajamas).

    Combat Blues (Major Minor) 
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Voiced by: Eiji Takemoto (JP), Michael Sorich (EN)
The former commander of E-Block. He wields the Super Fist of Trapping.
  • Covert Pervert: His two subordinates are two girls in swimsuits, and he's able to get back up if they cheer him on.
  • Drill Sergeant Nasty: In the English dub, he speaks in a stereotypical drill sergeant fashion.
  • Hidden Eyes: His helmet casts a shadow over his eyes.
  • Nice Hat: Well, Nice Helmet, anyway.
  • Trap Master: He uses the Super Fist of Trapping.

    Ujikin TOKIO (Not Nice Cream) 
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Voiced by: Kenji Hamada (JP), Liam O'Brien (EN), Jorge Saudinós (Spain)
Former F-Block's leader that looks like shaved ice. He (ironically) wields the Super Fist of Summer.

    Rose-Lily Kikunojo (Wild Wister) 
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Voiced by: Susumu Chiba (JP), Dan Woren (ENG)
The former leader of G-Block. He wields the Super Fist of Blooming Flowers.
  • Gender-Blender Name: With a name like "Rose-Lily", you'd think he was female.
  • Kick the Dog: Telling Bobobo in the most jerk-like way possible that his ancestors had always been helpless hairballs instead of the heroes he admired. And attacking all of his friends on top of it.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: To Hagen, being an effeminate man who leads G-Block and is the very first major player of his era of the Empire the rebels fight and defeat.
  • Wake-Up Call Boss: Manages to be this, pushing Bobobo to a corner before he reverses it with his Super Bobobo powers.

Other Block Leaders (in Block order)

    Chikuwan (Churro Charlie) 
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Voiced By: Minoru Shiraishi (JP), Michael Sorich (EN)
He was in charge of H-Block
  • Meaningful Name: In the original Japanese, he's named after a kind of fishcake that he looks like.
  • Equippable Ally: Parodied, at a point during the fight Hanpen uses him as armor, it proves to make him unable to move and it didn't protect him from any attack.
  • Unexplained Recovery: Tenbobo cuts his head, however he's fine in the next shot.

    GUY Bo (Guy Boy) 
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Voiced by: Koichi Tochika (JP)
An unusual looking guy that was in charge of I-Block

    Swimsuit Girl and Swimsuit Gal (Bathing Suit Girl and Bikini Girl) 
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Bathing Suit Girl
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Bikini Girl
The subordinates of Major Minor, they are, as their names imply, a pair of girls wearing swimsuits. They used to be the leaders of J-Block (Bathing Suit Girl) and W Block (Bikini Girl).
  • Heel–Face Turn: Though they weren't exactly evil to begin with, they're convinced by Bobobo to be good, without any hesitation from them.
  • Nice Girl: Both of them. Even when they work under Major Minor, they don't actually do anything to harm the heroes, they just play with each other in the pool and cheer on Major Minor when he needs their support. Bobobo convinces them to abandon the Major and fight for good extremely easily.

    Chisuisui (Vampire Lame-stat) 
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Voiced By: Hidehiko Kaneko (JP)
A vampire and the former commander of K-Block.
  • Furry Reminder: A variant (as he's not an animal) but he is a vampire and will suck blood and attack with biting. Of course, while he can suck blood, he can't do that with stuff that isn't blood, as he found out with Jiggler (who's made of jelly)
  • Our Vampires Are Different: The sunlight doesn't bother him.

    Raparapa (Lapalapa) 
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Voiced By: Hiroshi Tsuchida (JP), Steve Kramer (EN)
The former commander of N-Block.
  • Anime Hair: His is downplayed but, for some reason, he has black hair other than blonde his ponytail.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: He has no clothing over his upper torso.

    Three-Thousand Years 
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Voiced By: Hidehiko Kaneko (JP)
The former commander of O-Block. He's a Chinese man who fights with a secret technique derived from three-thousand years of Chinese history... flying bowls of ramen.
  • Meaningful Name: He fights with technique derived from "3,000 years of Chinese History" (read as "flying ramen bowls").
  • Only Sane Man: The only competent member of his squad.

    Star Saber (Freak-O-Vision/Star Saver) 
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Voiced By: Eiji Takemoto (JP), Michael Sorich (EN)
A walking TV and the former commander of P-Block.

    Hagaioh (Baron von Horny) 
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Voiced By: Yusuke Numata (JP), Dan Lorge (EN)
Looking sort of like Haoh from the Halekulani arc, he used to in charge of Q Block
  • Ambiguous Situation: Why he looks like Haoh is anyone's guess, but it's likely he's just Haoh's ancestor.
  • Cartoon Creature: It's hard to describe what he is, only that he has a strong resemblance to Haoh from the Halekulani arc.
  • Reused Character Design: Looks a lot like Haoh but with longer horns, one extra horn in the middle of his head and angry eyes, although this is never commented on.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: To Haoh of the terrible triplets. He looks like a more devilish version of him and is the most competent member of his team.

    Romantic You/Ishikawa Goemon (Roman Samurai) 
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Voiced by: Kenta Miyake (JP) Paul St. Peter (EN)
The former commander of R-Block. He weilds the Super Fist of Strange Animals.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: He delivers one to Tennosuke and on the receiving of a colossal one by Don Patch.
  • Enemy Summoner: Can summon monsters to fight for him.
  • Enemy Scan: Has an telescope that allows him to do this, unfortunately for him it is totally useless against Don Patch.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: When Don Patch fishes Jelly Jiggler back into the fight, Roman Samurai chastises him for breaking the rules.
  • I Have Many Names: When he first appears, he's referred to as "Romantic You". It's only after a little while longer his actual name, "Ishikawa Goemon", is revealed.

    Yagyuu 
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The moronic samurai and the former commander of V-Block.

    Model (Morbel) 
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The former commander of X-Block. He's a supermodel with the power to... hold fashion shows.
  • Bishōnen: Parodied. He styles himself as a pretty boy model, but is actually more in line with a Gonk in terms of appearance.
  • Gonk: Despite how much of a Bishōnen he thinks he is, he's quite the visually unappealing fellow: he's got a pair of massive eyes that look like holes; no visible neck, eyebrows, or ears, and an ugly haircut.
  • Joke Character: The only former Block commander to be no threat whatsoever, as his only "power" is holding fashion shows.

    Kancho-kun (The Splinter/The Enema) 
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The former commander of Y-Block.

    Lububa of the Bubbles (Bubble-uba/Elbbub) 
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Voiced by: Takayuki Kondo (JP), Brian Beacock (EN)
The former commander of Z-Block. He wields the Fist of Blowing Bubbles, which grants him the ability to blow bubbles of countless shapes and sizes, and even create "Bubble Men" that assist him in battle.
  • Almighty Janitor: Averted, unlike his current counterpart, he's not secretly the strongest commander, but he is significantly stronger than the latter in physical ability and technique.
  • Curtains Match the Windows: He has yellows eyes to go with blonde hair.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: Exaggerated and parodied. He has three goggles on his head and one giant pair on his torso.
  • Sdrawkcab Name: Abubul, as in "a bubble."

    The Remaining Block Leaders 
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They're basically there to fill up seats
The commanders of L-Block, M-Block, S-Block, T-Block, and U-Block, all of whom were defeated by Torpedo Girl prior to the Rebels arriving at Neo Hair Hunt Land MAX.
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: Torpedo Girl manage to defeat all of them offscreen.
  • Ridiculously Average Guy: Assuming that theirs looks were changed for the sake of the joke, all of them like bland, featureless humanoids, which is stark contrast to the varied designs of the other Hair Hunt Troop leaders from 100 years ago.
  • Series Continuity Error: Due to an animation error, when the pile of Block leaders are shown, there are six of them when there should only be five of them.
  • The Worf Effect: Their existence is to essentially show how strong Torpedo Girl by managing to defeat 5 former Hair Hunter troop commanders from 100 years ago with ease while the others were met with some difficulty.

Rose-Lily Kikunojo's Hair Hunters

    Gorgon 
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No he is not Medusa's Third Cousin

  • Breath Weapon: He can breathe fire.
  • Fat Bastard: Round and is a villain working with the villainous former G-Block commander from 100 years ago.
  • Informed Ability: He says that he specializes in underwater battles in attempt to drag Gasser and Jelly Jiggler into the water, only to be countered by Bo-bobo riding a boat to crash him in.

    Nihiru (Ringo) 
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  • Expy: He's made to sound like Ringo from the The Beatles.

    Rocco 
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He's just there to hitch a ride

  • Token Good Teammate: He saves Dengakuman from drowning while remarking how similar they are while also admitting he only joined to hitch a ride.

    Jūbei 
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    Shaina 
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  • All Webbed Up: She has powers to create spider webs to trap or to bind her enemies as well as support her allies.
  • Dark Action Girl: She's a girl who happens to work during the Third Era of the Chrome Dome Empire.

Miscellaneous

    Associate Hair Hunters # 5 and # 6 
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Left: 5 and Right: 6

  • Beware the Silly Ones: #6 may be a cute gumdrop-like creature with a big smiley face, but he's still a bloodthirsty solider working for an evil empire.
  • Riddle for the Ages: Just like Rose-Lily Kikunojo, #5's got a string with a bell attatched to it around his neck. Why he does is unknown. Maybe he's Rose-Lily's deputy commander?
  • Dissonant Serenity: #6 keeps a perpetual cheerfulness in spite of being unashamedly bloodthirsty.
  • The Unfought: The only two Hair Hunters from the former empire Bo-bobo never fights, to the point where Bo-bobo was likely never aware of their existence, nor were they ever aware of his.
  • The Worf Effect: Mere foot soldiers, yet they intimidate Baldy Bald IV enough to release the third era Block leaders from their slumber. They end up on the receiving end of it once the Reverse Maruhage Empire appears, though, where they're sacrificed to further Hydrate's goals.


The Reverse Maruhage Empire (The Shadow Chrome Dome Empire)

    In General 

    Hydrate 
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Voiced by: Shigeru Chiba (JP), Kirk Thornton (EN), Juan Navarro (Spain)
The "Shadow Czar" of the Shadow Chrome Dome Empire and the younger brother of Czar Baldy Bald IV. He decides to take over the surface world during the Bald Bowl, declaring himself "Czar Baldy Bald V" and replacing his brother as the Big Bad for a short time.

As dead serious as he and his empire is, Hydrate wields arguably the strangest Super Fist in the series: the Super Fist of the Foot Sole.


  • Always a Bigger Fish: Much more powerful than his brother could ever hope to be.
  • Big Bad: Takes over his older brother's role during the story arc.
  • Comically Serious: Despite being even more evil and more powerful than his brother, he's not above using wacky items and his Shinken. Lampshaded by Beauty:
    Beauty: Is this guy really a dark-series character?!
  • Conflict Killer: His interrupting of the Bald Bowl pretty much calls off the war on the regular Chrome Dome Empire, as Bo-bobo goes the Hair Kingdom to face Bi-bibi after defeating Hydrate, completely forgetting about Baldy Bald IV.
  • Eviler Than Thou: Much more menacing than Baldy Bald IV.
  • Evil Overlord: Desired to be this since his childhood, but Bobobo manages to defeat him before he gets too far. However, he manages to be infinitely more confident than his older brother ever was.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: He uses the Ura no Ashi Shinken, the Fist of Foot Sole which is exactly that.
  • Interim Villain: He more or less interrupts the plot with his invasion, as his plans have nothing to do with the conspiracy surrounding the Hair Kingdom, and neither he nor anyone from his empire returns after he's defeated.
  • Powered Armor: Exaggerated. He goes through three different armors during his battle: the "Nyan-Nyan Armor" (a.k.a. cat pajamas), which somehow make him Nigh-Invulnerable apart from an Ass Shove by Kancho-kun and Dengakuman's power, of all people; the "Aburage Armor", which consists of a wooden bra and loincloth; and the "Dark Necros Armor", which makes him even more Nigh-Invulnerable.
  • The Reveal: It is revealed that his trainer was Landmine Dandy, Torpedo Girl's father.
  • Smelly Feet Gag: Weaponized in his Fist of Foot Sole techniques.
  • The Unfavorite: He was passed over his brother to be the fourth czar.

Hydrate's Right- and Left-Hand Men

    Byakkyo (The White Curse) 
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He's actually much more Ax-Crazy than he lets on.
Voiced By: Hidehiko Kaneko (JP) Jeff Nimoy (EN)

Hydrate's right-hand man, he initially presents himself as a stoic, but it is revealed that he masks his truly psychotic side and he slaughtered the Babylon tribe when he was just a child.

He wields the Ope Shinken (The Super Fist of Surgery), which allows him to fully embrace his sadistic tendencies by being able to cut anyone and everyone open with scalpuls and other such surgical intruments.


  • Ax-Crazy: He has a very bloodthirsty, insane, and sadistic personality- even by the show's standards side when the battle goes long, forcing the fight to go from a 3-on-3 to everyone against him to stop him once and for all. He wiped out almost the entire Babylon tribe as a child to sate his bloodlust and he's Unlike the usual craziness of the show, his insanity is played dark and disturbingly straight.
  • Body Horror: He has dolls surgically attached to his body that he can harm to hurt others or attach them to his victims' bodies in order to harm them with it.
  • Co-Dragons: Along with Be-bebe since he's the right-hand man to Hydrate.
  • Combat Sado Masochist: He both harms himself to inflict pain on his enemies, enjoying the pain both ways.
  • Enfante Terrible: He was revealed to be this when he killed warriors of the Holy Land Of Babylon as a boy!
  • Evil Genius: Although he shows more of this in his fight.
  • Evil Red Head: While it was apparently due to him being the right-hand man of a man planning on making tyranny more apparent, the full scale of his evilness is revealed when he reveals himself to be a Mad Doctor and Sadist
  • Hero Killer: Of the entire land of Babylon except for Softon and another
  • Knight of Cerebus: While the usual hijinks of silly craziness ensue, his murderous, sadistic, and psychotic true nature is played alarmingly straight compared to the usual rogue gallery.
  • Mad Doctor: With his Fist Of Surgery.
  • Mask of Sanity: While his initial impressions show a stoic, reserved character. However, when it's his turn to fight, it's revealed that he's a sadistic psychopath that wiped out an entire tribe when he was a child and fights with a sadistic fighting style.
  • Red Baron: The Catharsis Slaughterer.
  • The Stoic: Initially leads one to believe this until...
  • Not So Stoic: He reveals himself as a psychotic sadist.
  • Sadist: Not only is he a sadistic monster that's been murderously insane since childhood, but his fighting style is centered around himself harming dolls surgically attached to himself or forcing them on the bodies of others in order to inflict damage on them.
  • Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: Even when compared to Czar Baldy Bald the III before the Timeskip, Byakko is a dark and disturbing character that contrasts with the shows' usual silliness. A psychotic murderer from a young age that massacred an entire tribe and has a fighting style that is built around grotesque surgery, sadomasochism, and murder.

    Bebebe-be Be-bebe 
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Voiced By: Paul St. Peter (EN)

Hydrate's left-hand man. He is actually Bobobo's older brother, and the wielder of one of the five hair-based Super Fists, the Super Fist of the Leg Hair.


The Reverse Four Heavenly Kings (The Shadow Big Four)

    Halon Oni (Maloney Oni) 
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Voiced By: Daisuke Sakaguchi (JP) Quinton Flynn (First Form - EN), David Lodge (Second Form - EN)
The first of the Reverse Four Heavenly Kings, he's a young man with a devil tail and a passing resemblance to Gasser. He wields the Fist of the Dark Sword, giving him the power to summon swords made of a bluish-white aura and throw them at his opponents. He can fuse with his own Fist to transform into "Halon Oni 2", an adult version of himself decked out in armor and wielding a giant sword.
  • BFS: Can manifest these as projectiles, but his transformed state allows him to wield one perpetually.
  • The Brute: As powerful as he is, his fighting style amounts to little more than flinging giant swords at his opponents. It gets even worse once he becomes Halon Oni 2, where he more or less just thrashes about with his massive BFS.
  • Cool Sword: His Fist of the Dark Sword revolves around, well, swords.
  • Fate Worse than Death: Subverted. He gets struck by lightning and inexplicably transformed into a Baby Patch, but he doesn't seem to mind it.
  • Kick the Dog: He took out his partner, Slim, with his Fist and shows no remorse since he said that he couldn't properly use him.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Halon Oni's very presence signals the end of not only the Bald Bowl, but the regular Chrome Dome Empire's reign, as Hydrate makes his move to take over the surface world after Halon Oni's defeat.
  • One-Winged Angel: In desperation, he fuses with his own Fist to transform into "Halon Oni 2", a grown-up version of himself with a BFS.
  • Throwing Your Sword Always Works: He flings the aura swords he summons like spears at his opponents. He kicks this habit after his fuses with his Fist, where he properly wields and fights with a giant sword.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Despite becoming one of Don Patch's followers, he never appears again. Nobody from his own empire seems to care, either, despite the fact he was one of their highest-ranking members.

    The Three Sacks 
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Uncle Bag on top, Octopus Bag in the middle and Folding Ball at the bottom
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Voiced By: Keiji Hirai (Uncle Bag- JP), Tomoko Naka (Folding Bag- JP), Tomomichi Nishimura (Octopus Bag, Three Sacks 2nd Form- JP)Dan Lorg- (Octopus Bag- Eng), Stephanie Sheh (Folding Bag- EN), Michael Sorich (Uncle Bag- EN), Jamieson Price (Three Sacks 2nd Form EN)

The second of the Reverse Four Heavenly Kings/Shadow Big 4 to face Bobobo and company. They also manage to be the Final Boss of the anime due to it being Cut Short.


  • Cross-Dressing Voice: The Yellow Sack's voiced by Stephanie Sheh in the English dub.
  • Dark Chick: All three of them fight with an unconventional and bizarre fighting style as well as being the only member to be completely non-human like in appearance.
  • Final Boss: The last enemies the rebels ever face (in the anime, anyway).
  • One-Winged Angel: All combined into a weird white figure.
  • Person of Mass Destruction - The Yellow Sack tricked the heroes in opening him using one art of the Dark Fist Of Three Sacks, firing meteors all over the Earth.
  • Terrible Trio: The youngest Red Sack, the middle brother Yellow Sack, and the oldest White Sack.

    Crimson 
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Voiced by: Kenta Miyake (JP) Liam O'Brien (EN)
The third of the Reverse Four Heavenly Kings/Shadow Big Four Bobobo and the others face.
  • The Brute: Loves to show off his power.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Does this to Giga and Hanpen off-screen when we first see him.
  • Eye Scream: His Fighting Style involves removing his own eyes for his attacks.
  • Ironic Name: In spite of his red-themed name, he has a more green color motif and his eyes are blue.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: He's the Shadow Chrome Dome Empire's Halekulani, from having similar clothing to having similar hair.
  • Third Eye: Has one in his forehead.

    LOVE 
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Voiced by: Makiko Ohmoto (JP) Mona Marshall (EN)
The last of the Reverse Four Heavenly Kings/Shadow Big 4 Bobobo and the others face.
  • The Baroness: She's very domineering and likes using her sexual appeal to dominate others. She even reveals a domantrix outfit when it's her turn to fight.
  • Dark Action Girl: She's the last and possibly strongest of the Four Heavenly Kings of the Reverse Margarita Empire to be faced.
  • Evil Is Sexy: Her Dark Fist of Sexy revolves around this invoked trope, utilizing kisses and exploitive sexual themes to weaken her enemies.
  • Hoist by Her Own Petard: When she uses her powers to affect OVER, it annoys which light his one anger orb up (with Jelly Jiggler lighting all the other five in one act!). This results in turning back into Torpedo Girl and since LOVE's Dark Fist can't work on her own gender, this leads to her downfall.
  • Lust: Has a thing for muscles. Much to Over's chargin.
  • One-Winged Angel: Transforms into a large griffin which doesn't have anything to do with her Dark Fist!
  • The Smurfette Principle: The only prominent female member of the Shadow Big 4, let alone the Shadow Chrome Dome Empire.
  • Stripper Iffic: Wears a very scandalous outfit of a crop top and a very gorgeous figure to flaunt it. It's then taken Up to Eleven when she reveals her dominatrix outfit.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: To OVER, being an overtly violent member of her empire's Four Heavenly Kings and having a name that's a four-letter English word written in all caps.

Block Leaders

    Shanmeri 
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    Phone Pole 
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    Weight-sama 
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    Nightingirl 
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    Two Gun G 
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    Chef Lin 
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    The Meat-Meat Aliens 
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    Slim 
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The Neo Maruhage Empire (The Neo Chrome Dome Empire)

The fifth and final era of the Chrome Dome Empire and the main antagonistic force of Shinsetsu Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo, created by Czar Baldy Bald III after recharging his power with Bi-bibi's Hair Ball.

    In General 
  • Darker and Edgier: This era's still got their fair share of goofballs, but it's still far deadlier than the eras that came before it.

    Yononaka Namerou/Emperor Tsuru Tsurulina V 

A student at Ramen High School that appears early in the story. He continues the original theme of bodily function-based abilities with his Super Fist of the Wobbly Tongue. With it, he can use his tongue as an extra appendage and attack people with it, and can even add his saliva into the mix.

It's later revealed by Tsurubinya that Namerou was born with a powerful aura. That aura serves as proof that Namerou is the true heir to the throne, and that he'd one day rule the Maruhage Empire after Baldy Bald III. Tsurubinya decides to speed this along by unlocking Namerou's aura, causing Namerou to proclaim himself "Emperor Tsuru Trusulina V". Namerou than gains the Super Fist of the Emperor, which allows him to channel his aura in the form of attacks that kill his opponents instantly.


The Neo Chrome Dome Three Great Kings

    Babuu 
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    Shiryūen Kamara 
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    Black Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo 
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The Nine Experts

    The Blue Elite Corp 

Hiragi

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Jaty

Hiragi's assistant and a doppelganger of Beauty, who came into existence one night when Beauty was alseep. She's the exact opposite of Beauty in every way, being far more mean-spirited, stone-faced when bizarre things happen around her, and even having her own Super Fist: the Super Fist of the Cold Straight Man.

Her Super Fist is a reversed, weaponized version of the regular Beauty's role in the series: Jaty forces others to react to bizarre situations, all while lobbing ice-themed attacks at them.


Jobus

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Polstroy

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    The Black Gambling Corp 

Princess Chinchiro

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Usui

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Mr. GURA the Punisher

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    The White Masked Gang of Deadly Illusions 
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Neo C-Block

    Chairman Pepepebītch 
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    Tansu 
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Neo D-Block

    Strawberry Pudding 
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  • Cool Pet: He has a lion that fights with him.

    Hagemento 
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Neo F-Block

    The Nagoya Brothers 
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Sakae
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Kakuozan

    Nagoya's Four A-Class Gourmets 

Tebasaki

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Hitsumabushi

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Tenmusu

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Misokatsu

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The Holy Spaghetti Academy

    The Babuu 3 

Todoin-sama

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Schwarz Beckenbauer

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Plain Bread-chan

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Chrome Dome Academy

    Tsurubinya 
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The True E-Block Commander and son of Czar Baldy Bald the III, he has an intense grudge against Yononaka Namero for being more of a Czar candidate than he is.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: He is intensely jealous of Yononaka's potential.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: He unseals Yononaka's true powers, leading to his instant death at the hands of the latter.
  • Overlord Jr.: He is the son of Czar Baldy Bald the III, given that the latter is a robot, don't ask how. He does show that he's inherited his father's evilness.

    The Chrome Dome Academy Four Heavenly Kings 

Zunō

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/zuno_5.jpg

Mel

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The Refreshing, Sports-loving Melon Boy (Melo)

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/melo_7.jpg

Nyanko the Flying Minister (ZK-3333)

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Gel

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Yukidaru

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