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The ProtecTeam

The famous superhero team of Bunnyville, who also will get into a Giant Mecha called the Bunnyganger if there's any sort of problem they've discovered; mostly from Débilouman.

In general:

  • Beauty, Brains, and Brawn: Candy (beauty), Bunny (brains) and Jean-François (brawn).
    • Alternatively, Candy (beauty), Stan (brains) and Bunny (brawn).
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Despite their constant infighting and selfishness, the ProtecTeam generally pull through to save the day, unless the threat ultimately disposes of itself.
  • Nice Mean And In Between:
    • Nice: Jean-François, but Stan Ookie might also qualify.
    • Mean: Candy Bunny
    • Inbetween: Bunny Maloney
  • Ragtag Bunch of Misfits: So we have a lazy, goofy rabbit, his rude girlfriend with a low temper, an innocent blue creature who's the least wacky one out of everyone else, but is not even safe from their shared foolishness, and an intelligent tanuki/badger who can be prone to exaggerated emotions sometimes, and has played with figurines (shipping them, too)...despite all of these things, they have good intentions besides being in a team of heroes.
  • Funny Animal: Except for Potchi.

     Bunny Maloney 
Voiced by: Martial le Minoux (French), Matt Wilkinson (English)
A pink anthropomorphic rabbit. He plays the role as the captain of the Bunnyganger-28.

     Candy Bunny 
Voiced by: Élisabeth Ventura (French), Jules de Jongh (English)
Another pink rabbit, who is also Bunny's girlfriend. She plays the role of the cheerleader.

Voiced by: Tom-Clarke Hill (English)
The mysterious co-pilot and sidekick of an unknown species. He's also seen to be rather skilled at the show's fictional version of Dance Dance Revolution, "Bust-a-Para-Dance".

     Stan Ookie and Potchi 

Stan Ookie

Voiced by: Laurent Pasquier (French), Keith Wickham (English)
An intelligent badger born in Japan, he mans multiple screens and narrates the action as he lives in the ProtecTeam's headquarters. If neccessary, he mostly communicates with them in a blue, holographic form; also smaller than what he really is.
  • Punny Name: His name's a pun on "tanuki".
  • The Smart Guy: He uses his smarts to assist, especially in combat. Bunny may be the leader, but Stan is the one who frequently gives orders.
  • Verbal Tic: He usually calls others "dude".


Candy's dog, who only makes the sound "onyo". He serves as the mascot of the ProtecTeam.
  • Keet: He is quite energetic and playful.
  • Informed Species: While he is a dog, he looks more like a Cartoon Creature than anything.
  • Meaningful Name: "Potchi" being a common Japanese dog name, which is fitting for him, considering that he has behavior of what a stereotypical dog is like.


    Professor Débilouman 
Voiced by: Marc Duquesnoy (French), Walter Lewis (English)
A short and evil scientist with a large nose. He is known for his villainous plots, schemes, and evil-doings of Bunnyville, most of them being centered on making the ProtecTeam's life hell. He also has a crush on Candy, Depending on the Writer, and owns the Red Octopus, the Bunnyganger's rival mecha that they sometimes fight.
  • Big Bad: He plays the part in a majority of episodes that require a physical antagonist.
  • Beard of Evil
  • Catch Phrase: "Oh, poop."
  • Ditzy Genius: His various gadgets and mutants demonstrate that he is fairly smart, though he's accident-prone, lacking in common sense, and prone to undertaking the same superficial activities as the rest of the cast.
  • Enemy Mine: He joins the protest against Noacak in "Nanny State".
  • Evil Is Petty: As mentioned above, many of his plans focus on harassing and/or inconveniencing the ProtecTeam. That said, his methods often collaterally harm the townsfolk, providing further incentive for the protagonists to stop him.
  • Face Ship: He lives in a submarine, called the Tsunami, created in his likeness; the nose even comprises a lot of the vessel's length.
  • Gag Nose
  • Horned Hairdo
  • Meaningful Name: His name derives from "débile" which means "stupid"; while by no means dumb, he has a distinct lack of common sense that constantly leads to his many defeats.
  • Miniature Senior Citizens
  • Nonstandard Character Design: Unlike other characters, his design incorporates many sharp edges, and he's the only human with a (very) visible nose.
  • Simpleton Voice: More explicit in the English dub, where his voice is slightly high-pitched and prone to cracks (even if he's not actually stupid).
  • Spiky Hair
  • Sarcasm-Blind
  • Vague Age: In the show's official PowerPoint presentation, his age is said to be old, without specifying an exact age.

Voiced by: Vincent Violette (French), Keith Wickham (English)
Débilouman's assistant and his much smarter creation. According to Niko "Mekolai" Chauvet (who was one of the people behind the Pilot Episode, Pinpin Lelapin), he was made when Débilouman was envious of the ProtecTeam's mascot, Potchi, and wanted to make a clone of him, but ended up being a failed result.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: He has red eye sclerae.
  • Satellite Character: He mostly just plays the Straight Man with Débilouman, rarely having direct interaction with anyone else outside of the Tsunami.
  • This Is Gonna Suck: Modchi preemptively dons a snorkeling mask almost every time the Tsunami is about to sink. Sometimes, he puts it on a bit earlier just to irritate his boss.

Bunnyville's despotic governmental body, which primarily functions as the military because it's where they're the most competent.

Tropes about Noacak as a whole:

  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: There are times where it genuinely works on behalf of Bunnyville's citizens, but Noacak mostly abuses its leadership. Its misbehavior is birthed from the soldiers' incompetence, but there are times where they act violently out of self-righteousness. "Nanny State" is a serious case of the former, as the soldiers start enforcing a city-wide fitness plan by chasing civilians with tanks, among other threats of violence.
  • Black Bead Eyes: All of the personnel have them except for Private Jenkins, the single soldier lady.
  • Skewed Priorities: Oh, yes. Noacak often shys away from legitimate threats to continue whatever superficial activity they were partaking in.
    Officer/Computer man: General! General! Something really bad is coming! What should we do?
    The General: Get out of those tight fatigues and into something loose! We got ourselves some dance practice!
    Soldiers: Sir, yes sir! Woohoo!
    The General: And turn off that alarm. I can't hear the music!
  • The Smurfette Principle: Private Jenkins is the only known female member.
  • The Vamp: Private Jenkins occasionally functions as one, especially in "Noacak Wants You," where she goads unwitting men (read: Bunny and Jean-François) into enlisting for the organization's army.

Tropes about the General:

Voiced by: François Jérosme (French)

    Minor Villains 

Amazing Secret Spies

Débilouman's spies.


Another badger, who's also Stan's love interest in the episode "Stan's Perfect Match". At least, until she was revealed she worked for Débilouman (by Bunny and Candy)...

Supporting Characters

Voiced by: Corinne Martin (French), Phillipa Alexander (English)
A white cow who is Candy's best friend. She's frequently seen in the Aquabar, sometimes getting a drink. She also has crushes on any boy she meets but has a major hard-on for Bunny.


General Tropes

  • Flat Character: Since they're minor characters, not much of a personality for them is shown. Louis is an exception for the most part, though.

Louis Picollin

Voiced by: Marc Duquesnoy (French)
A chubby fly who works as Bunnyville's sanitation worker. He's also a huge fanboy of the ProtecTeam who will do anything to gain their approval.
  • Fan Boy: Of Bunny.
  • Keet
  • The Team Wannabe: He desperately wants to be part of the ProtecTeam, but is too ineffectual and embarrassing for them to consider.

Ben Tonari

Jean-François's friend.

Secretary Octopus

Voiced by: Phillipa Alexander (English)
The news reporter of Bunnyville.


Voiced by: Walter Lewis (English)
The bartender of the Aquabar.

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