Characters in the series. Needs Wiki Magic Love.
- Ambiguously Brown: we get a look at his parents and its hard to tell if philly is black or not.
- Afro Asskicker
- Anti-Hero: Though (reluctantly) on the side of the heroes, Philly is a foul-mouthed criminal with no shortage of blood on his hands, and who's motivated by revenge.
- Big Ol' Eyebrows: Has two rather bushy ones on his face, seriously it's like Go Nagai done them.
- Catchphrase: "I hate my life."
- Dark and Troubled Past: His family was killed by the robot soldiers of Botica when he was a child.
- Deal with the Devil: Sold his soul to a sorcerer for his special brand of immortality so he could take revenge for his parents' death.
- Defrosting Ice King: He eventually starts warming up to Sam and Casey.
- Foil: Ironically, to Locke of all people. Both have a hatred for the Kingdom of Botica and the targeted the royal family. While Locke obsesses over his revenge, Philly finds that he ultimately didn't care about it.
- The Hedonist: Spends all his blood money on booze, women, and exotic guns.
- Manly Tears:
- Mark of the Supernatural: Gets a numbered tattoos each time he resurrects.
- The Pig-Pen: Pretty much everybody comments on his horrible body odor, and Bessy's interior is a filthy mess when the robots aren't cleaning it up.
- Resurrective Immortality: Every time he dies, he heals and is brought back to life. He takes advantage of this by Playing Possum after he resurrects to get the jump on who tried to kill him.
- Revenge: The reason he got his immortality, though he initially squandered it to live a debauched way. If his knowledge of Gara Keep is any indication, he at least attempted to do so at first.
- Smoking Is Cool: A wanted outlaw who smokes regularly.
- They Killed Kenny Again: The show really likes putting Philly the Kid's immortality to the test, having him get maimed, shot, and poisoned in some pretty graphic ways.
- Trying Not to Cry: When Casey starts crying after Bessie getting heavily damaged and hugs Philly's legs, he tries to not cry over Bessie, but ends up letting his tears run down anyway.
- Vengeance Feels Empty: Comes to this conclusion during the season 1 finale; Revenge by Proxy isn't as sweet when the proxy is in the exact same situation that led you to want vengeance.Philly: Killing you won't give me peace or revenge. You're just some punk kid with dead parents, like me.
- The Alleged Car: Bessie is always breaking down due to how carelessly Philly drives and maintains her.
- Cool Car: She's a six-wheeled Cadillac larger than a tour bus. There's an open-air section that can comfortably seat a dozen people, an inner living area that's even larger, and she can transform into a robot minotaur.
- Inventional Wisdom: She has an arcade machine in her dashboard that controls several functions but needs quarters to operate. Starting her costs one quarter, and she needs four to activate Raging Bull Mode. If there is a coin jam, she stops operating properly until it is dislodged. Some how no one questions why she was made to operate like that.
- Transforming Mecha: Can change from a pink car to a red mechanical minotaur.
- Video Arcade: Kinda, in the sense that the way to activate Bessie is by inserting coins.
- Adaptation Name Change: From Samberry in the original comic to Sam in the anime, some Fun with Acronyms on her designation, "Special Associate Model".
- Beware the Nice Ones: She's unfailingly pleasant and kind to everyone she meets, but will immediately break out into one of her Cannon Buster forms whenever she sees or hears her friends in danger, and completely obliterate the threat.
- Cloud Cuckoolander: Between her overly trusting nature and her imperfect understanding of humans (she's fascinated when she discovers that humans actually need to eat food to survive) and the sheltered life she led before the start of the story. When Prince Kelby gets kidnapped at the end of Season 1, her only response is to be happy that now she and her friends get to go on another adventure to find him.
- Conditional Powers: It seems she can only go into Cannon Buster mode when she can visually and/or audibly assess that one of her registered friends is in mortal danger, and whether or not her Cannon Buster mode is needed to save the friend.
- Dark-Skinned Blonde: She has brown skin and blonde hair.
- Flaming Hair: Gets this when her Cannon Buster programming activates, usually red in color but turns blue when she becomes a war golem.
- Jekyll & Hyde: Sweet, eternally optimistic Samberry has no idea that she turns into a deadly Cannon Buster.
- Living Weapon: One of her forms is a sentient sniper rifle that shoots plasma beams.
- Magitek: She's actually a Cannon Buster, a type of war golem, powered by magic with a soul.
- One-Winged Angel: Threaten one of her friends, and she turns into a battle-robot of incredible power that will annihilate you with a Wave-Motion Gun.
- The Pollyanna: Partially due to living a sheltered life, partially due to the fact that she has no recollection of her brutal carnage whenever she enters Cannon-Buster mode.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: When Sam's eyes turn red, it's the only warning you'll get that you're about to be killed via her Cannon Buster programs.
- Replacement Goldfish: Going by the flashes of King Bulgher's memories, it is implied that her human appearance is in the likeness of Prince Kelby's mother.
- Ridiculously Human Robot: One would be forgiven if you couldn't tell she is a robot at first glance.
- Robot Girl: Though most of the time the robot part is only obvious when her eyes change color. When she sees something interesting, her irises change to two distinct colors in a gear-like pattern. People in-universe have no apparent trouble telling she's a robot, though.
- Strong as They Need to Be: In Cannon Buster mode, her transformations and powers vary depending on the foe, from slight changes (turning her mouth into an energy cannon to counter an Arm Cannon) to huge ones such as turning into a humongous magitek golem to face a same size transforming mecha.
- Super Powered Robot Meter Maid: Was supposedly made to be a friendship robot for Prince Toji/Kelby, but is secretly a Cannon Buster AKA a war golem obviously meant to obliterate anyone trying to kill him.
- Technicolor Eyes: Purple with green gear shapes around her pupils. See above for when they turn red.
- Cute Machines: Casey and other robots of the same model look almost like small human children, but she stands out with her peppiness.
- Existential Horror: Suffers a rather brutal one in episode eight, when a robot of her model convinces her that they are little more than appliances to be discarded. She nearly lets herself be crushed in a compactor to be made into spare parts.
- Wrench Wench: Really loves fixing/upgrading things. This gets her in trouble in episode eight, where she was upgrading Bessie while the car was driving (nearly causing them to collide with a truck).
- Advertised Extra: Is promoted as one of the 4 main characters of the series, but is only apart of the group for 2 episodes before leaving and returning in the season finale for his Big Damn Heroes moment.
- Amazing Technicolor Population: His skin is a pale reddish hue, though this (along with his deceptively advanced age) was not the case in the flashback to his days with the Red Ronin.
- Big Damn Heroes: He inexplicably shows up in the second-to-last episode of Season 1 just in time to help the rest of the heroes fight the Red Horizon Foundation.
- Booze-Based Buff: He claims at one point that the more he drinks the stronger he gets.
- Implausible Fencing Powers: He's got the normal list for an anime samurai- Parrying Bullets, slicing through a robot with a single blow, making hundreds of slashes a second...
- Let's Get Dangerous!: Normally he looks (and smells) like a drunken idiot but the moment a fight starts he reveals that he's an incredibly proficient warrior.
- Retired Badass: 9ine is a former assassin of the Red Ronin. He spends his days drinking beer and fighting his former comrades.
- Younger Than They Look: Apparently, the balding Miniature Senior Citizen is 30 years old.
- Xtreme Kool Letterz: His name is pronounced "Nine".
BoticaOne of the five kingdoms of Gearbolt.
- Adaptation Name Change: Is named Toji in the comic but Kelby in the anime.
- Break the Cutie: The Season One finale is not kind to Kelby. Learning that his father is dead turns Kelby into a screaming wreck, and he snaps at Sam, calling her a child's toy, when Hilda Takes The Bullet for him.
- Royal Brat: Prince Kelby is a classic case of a prince who's discontent with royal life just because he has no idea what the real world is like. He doesn't even seem to grasp that there is a murderous magician army after him, and in episode 4, he insisted on resting at a castle that has clearly been overtaken before Odin talked him out of it. Luckily, as Odin predicted, he gains character development on his first real adventure.
- Heroic Build: Seriously, with his character design, he could passed off as Hirohiko Araki early work.
- Honor Before Reason: Wanted to stay by the king's side to fight against Locke instead of looking for the prince. Luckily, the king was able to convince him to help the prince.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Puts up with the prince's more brattish behavior and helps the prince learn a little self-reliance.
- Calling the Old Man Out: Suffers a rather brutal one when his illegitimate heir came home (along with his army).
- Cruel and Unusual Death: Is tortured for days on end then violently strangled to death.
- The Good King: Deconstructed; In order to become a mighty king of a prospering kingdom, Bulgher had to send armies to force neighbouring countries into submission. Botica may love him, but he has many enemies.
- Hypocrite: He outlawed magic, but still commissioned a Magitek war golem for his son's friend robot.
- Arm Cannon: His power pincer right arm can turn into one.
- Gold Tooth: All he has is gold teeth.
- Hidden Depths: He was the first character in the show to identify onscreen that Sam was a Cannon Buster.
- Large and in Charge: He is both the fattest and tallest member of the group.
- Weird Beard: It's style to look like a scorpion.
- Beware My Stinger Tail: Has a mechanical scorpion tail.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Killed rather brutally via the leader of the Red Horizon foundation when one of her hand stabbed him in the back
- Berserk Button: Treating him like a child, e.g. calling him little or reminding him he can never have sex.
- Bigger Is Better in Bed: His reaction to when Philly suggests that he's Compensating for Something implies that, logically, even his genitals didn't mature and adds to his insecurity that he Can't Have Sex, Ever.
- Finger Firearms: He has a revolver in place of thumb, index, and middle fingers.
- Nonstandard Character Design: When feigning innocence and concealing the contents of his Red Right Hand, his clothes, face (with Blush Sticker even), and speech pattern make him seem like he belongs to a World Masterpiece Theater production more instead of this World of Badass.
- Not Growing Up Sucks: He's an old man with a fully adult mind cursed to be a prepubescent child forever, which means he has never been able to have relations with a woman.
- Bastard Bastard: Fits the mold, given that much of his motivation is driven by the way King Bulgher discarded him and his mother in favor of his legitimate heir, Kelby.
- Deal with the Devil: Made a deal with some sort of Eldritch Abomination that gave him the power needed for revenge. In exchange, he has to give them his half-brother Kelby.
- Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: Locke admits that it's his memory of his mother that keeps him strong enough to make sure the people who abandoned them suffer.
- Parental Abandonment: Both he and his mother were banished from Botica by his father. As you can imagine, he did not take it well.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Delivers a truly merciless one against the king and the kingdom of Botica, rampaging through a festival and turning Botica's golem army against its citizens.
- Villain Has a Point: A mass-murdering narcissist he may be, but he has legitimate grievances against his biological father, King Bulgher of Botica, for banishing him and his mother for political gain, preaching peace when he used overpowered golems to slaughter dissenters to his conquest like Philly's family, and for completely banning magic with huge cultural consequences (Especially when we learn that Samberry has enough plasma firepower to trump any wizard, negating the usual 'wizards are too dangerous' anti-magic rhetoric).
- Amazon Brigade: All of them are women and all of them are deadly.
- Cybernetics Eat Your Soul: Almost all of their members are cyborgs and they serve The Empire.
- Cleavage Window: Her outfit has an opening to show her cleavage.
- Evil Redhead: She is evil and her hair is styled as a ducktail pompadour.
- Floating Limbs: She has no arms and controls her mechanical hands remotely.
- Glory Seeker: Shows traits of this, particularly becoming angry when a group of blitzraiders were coming to aid her, refusing to share the glory with a bunch of machines.
- Sadist: She takes pleasure in toying with her opponents, even mocking the prince by revealing that his father is dead.
- Ace Pilot: She was the one piloting their airship, both in flight mode and when it transformed into a robot, easily defeating Bessie in a fight.
- Amazonian Beauty: The most masculine of the four, built like a brick house with impressive biceps.
- Meaningful Name: Appropriate for someone named "Bridge," she's a pilot.
- Rocket-Powered Weapon: Her arms and legs have built-in thrusters to send her enemies flying.
- Eye Beams: Can shoot a powerful laser beam out of the spot where her Eyepatch of Power is.
- Stripperiffic: She's the least dressed out of the four.
- Expy: Looks like Schwarz Bruder and is a Technicolor Ninja like, though not as much as, him but is a female and wears a red mask instead of the German Bundesflagge on her face.
- Although, her outfit design might be more closely resembling to the appearance of Kenji from Capcom's arcade fighting game Red Earth. Both have masks with two eye holes to see through, large shoulder armor with circular symbols in the center, wearing long scarfs, and both having v-fins on their masks, although, the center piece of Coin's v-fin is diamond shaped, while Kenji's center piece of his v-fin is circular shaped.