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A listing of characters in the Image Comics series Deadly Class and its television adaptation.

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Students and staff of Kings Dominion

Arguello and his friends

    Marcus Lopez Arguello 

Marcus Lopez Arguello

Played By: Benjamin Wadsworth (Young Marcus played by Dominic Mariche)

A young immigrant from Nicaragua who was orphaned when a suicidal bridge-jumper crashed on top of his parents. Homeless, starving, and the subject of a police manhunt, he is finally brought to Kings Dominion... an environment even more dangerous than the streets he left behind.


  • Death Faked for You: Saya sets things up to look like she executed him. In reality, she helped him escape Kings Dominion.
  • Faking the Dead: Marcus ends up faking his death to live a peaceful life.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: Has a huge scar over his eye, but managed not to lose said eye.
  • Half-Breed Discrimination: He has a Nicaraguan father and a white American mother, which means he gets slammed by both the white supremacists in the Dixie Mob and the cartel kids in Soto Vato.

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    Maria Esperanza Salazar 

Maria Esperanza Salazar

Played By: Maria Gabriela de Faria (Young Maria played by Maeve Garay)

As a young girl, Maria was abducted by the cartel boss El Alma Del Diablo and given to his son Chico Salazar. Now in Kings Dominion she serves Chico as both a member of his Soto Vatos gang and his girlfriend. When Marcus arrives, Maria moves to get him on her side so she can get her revenge on the cartel members that ruined her life.


  • Action Girlfriend: She begins dating Marcus early on and saves his life on several occasions.
  • The Cartel: She has helped Chico carry out attacks for El Alma Del Diablo's branch of his cartel, and is now a member of the Soto Vatos, a gang of cartel kids.
  • Dance Battler: A lot of her moves, particularly those involving her metal fan, involve dancing.
  • Rank Up: After she returns from exile, she becomes the leader of the Soto Vatos gang at Kings.
  • Spicy Latina: A Hispanic girl who is prone to passionate mood swings and erratic behavior.

    Saya Kuroki 

Saya Kuroki

Played By: Lana Condor

The daughter of a Yakuza boss, Saya was kept out of her family's activities by her father's insistence on her leading a normal life. Following some family drama she ran away to Kings Dominion, where she took up a position as the leader of the local Kuroki Syndicate kids.


  • Action Girl: She is ruthless and deadly with her sword, easily able to kill legions of police, Yakuza thugs, and her fellow classmates.
  • Action Girlfriend: She saves the life of Marcus, whom she intermittently sleeps with, on numerous occasions.
  • Fingerless Gloves: She often wears a leather pair.
  • Fingore: She chopped off two fingers in an attempt to save her father from the other Yakuza.
  • Foil: To Willie. She's an Action Girl who came to Kings Dominion against her father's wishes, while he's a pacifist who was forced to attend by his mother.
  • Sleeves Are for Wimps: Her dress shirt has the sleeves cut off, exposing her tattoos.
  • Yakuza: She's the daughter of a Yakuza boss and wants to join up full-time when she gets older.

    William "Billy" Bennett 

William "Billy" Bennett

Played By: Liam James

A spiky-haired kid with an exuberent attitude, Billy is one of the only people who doesn't seem to let the gloom of Kings Dominion get to him. Like Marcus, he's not a legacy and hangs out with the other loners at Kings Dominion. He enlists Marcus and a few other friends to help him kill his abusive father.


    Willie Lewis 

Willie Lewis

Played By: Luke Tennie

Leader of the Final World Order gang at Kings Dominion. Willie talks tough, but few people know that his reputation is a lie and he's far more squeamish about killing than he'd like to admit.


  • Actual Pacifist: Before going to Kings Dominion, he never deliberately killed anyone.
  • Dark Secret: His reputation says that, when he was just a small child, he shot and killed five adult gangsters in retaliation for them killing his father. When the gangsters broke into his house he began shooting wildly and accidentally killed his own father, after which his uncle killed the gangsters and set things up so Willie could take the credit.
  • Foil: To Saya. He's a pacifist who was forced into Kings Dominion by his mother, while she's an Action Girl who came there against her father's wishes.
  • Miles Gloriosus: He talks a lot about how tough he is. However, in actual fights—or even just executions—he tends to freeze up.

Dixie Mob
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    Brandy Lynn 

Brandy Lynn

Played By: Siobhan Williams

Leader of the Dixie Mob, a gang of Nazis, neo-Confederates, and white supremacists.


  • Bubblegum Popping: She does this a lot.
  • Knife Nut: She fights with razor blades hidden inside her cheerleader pompoms.
  • Made of Iron: Even after being shanked in the gut, she's still able to fight well enough to kill several Yakuza and Petra, as well as cut off Tosahwi's fingers.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: And how. She's openly racist towards various groups, including Hispanics, black people, Asians, and Irish people.
  • Southern Belle: She fits the stereotype.

Final World Order

    Gabe 

Gabe

A member of Final World Order who is disappointed to hear that the reputation of its boss, Willie Lewis, is overblown.


    Jimmy 

Jimmy

Another member of Final World Order who decides to target Willie.


  • Kick the Dog: He shoots Scooty, the dog mascot of Kings Dominion, in anger.

Jersey Kings

    Stefano 

Stefano

Maria's new roommate after her return.


  • Latin Lover: Marcus refers to Stefano as a 'guido' and guesses Maria was set up as his roommate in order to test his (Marcus's) relationship with her.

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KGB

    Viktor 

Viktor

Played By: Sean Depner

The son of Stalin's most feared assassin, Viktor is a powerful and brutal student. He scorns anyone who does not measure up to his toughness and strength, which is almost everyone.


  • Heel–Face Turn: After being Marcus's enemy for almost the entire series, he defends Marcus and his friends from the Federales and Yakuza while the others try to escape Mexico.
  • Husky Russkie: He is an extremely strong and durable Russian.
  • Made of Iron: He survives a lot of horrible injuries, including being slammed in the back with a massive concrete block.
  • Straw Misogynist: While he works well with Brandy, he also insists that she be 'submissive' to him and that she shouldn't say 'feminist bullshit.'

    Yorseph and Yussef 

Yorseph and Yussef

Played By: Colton Mackie (as Yuri) and Conor Stinson O'Gorman (as Ivan)

Two of Viktor's minions.


  • Adaptation Name Change: In the comic, they are called Yorseph and Yussef, but in the television show, the credits of the episode they're introduced them names them as Yuri and Ivan.
  • Evil Minions: They serve as this to Viktor.
  • Husky Russkie: They both appear to be strong, though ultimately Viktor is stronger.

Kuroki Syndicate

    Riku 

Riku

Played By: Doralynn Mui

One of Saya's minions.


  • Warhawk: She repeatedly pushes Saya to seek bloody revenge for Yukio's death.

    Yukio 

Yukio

Played By: Sam Jin Coates

A Yakuza operative.


  • The Mole: He infiltrates Kings Dominion to report on Saya's movements.

Loners

    Dan 

A bald student who hangs out with Lex.


  • Archer Archetype: An expert with bow and arrow, particularly explosive arrows.
  • Cold Sniper: He acts this way after he starts taking shots at Marcus and his friends.
  • Drugs Are Bad: His refusal to take drugs is so well known that he's literally nicknamed 'Straight Edge' by others.
  • Off with His Head!: Saya kills him this way.
  • Revenge: After Lex dies, Dan resolves to kill the people he blames for that: Marcus and his friends.
  • Trick Arrow: His arrows tend to have bombs tied to their heads.

    Lex Miller 

Lex Miller

Played By: Jack Gillett

A British student who wants to kill the rich in order to make the world a better place.


  • Demolitions Expert: His specialty, and why Marcus and his friends bring him along to fight Chester Wilson's gang.

    Petra Yolga 

Petra Yolga

Played By: Taylor Hickson

A nihilistic goth whose life collapsed after her parents joined a death cult. Petra is one of the loners at Kings Dominion and is a late addition to Marcus's circle of friends. Unfortunately, when Freshman Finals begin, her own fear of death flares up and drives her to commit a horrific betrayal.


  • Eye Scream: Not her own eyes, but she describes being freaked out when she came home one day and found her mother's eyes in the refrigerator.
  • Goth: She dresses the part, at least until she has a mental breakdown. And then again after she finally fights Brandy and leaves the student council.
  • Goth Girls Know Magic: While there's no magic in the series, Petra's genius with poison is treated similarly. She is repeatedly able to kill people by tossing a couple household chemicals together.
  • Face–Heel Turn: She was never really heroic, but she was at least a decent person who didn't want to kill anyone... until Freshman Finals.
  • Master Poisoner: Her specialty. She uses her skills to devastating effect on poor Billy Bennett.
  • Stepford Smiler: After killing Billy, she starts dressing nicely and greeting everyone with a blank, terrifying smile.

Preps

    Kendal 

Kendal

The leader of the preps, a gang consisting of the children of spies.


  • Blackmail: He is a victim of this after Shabnam obtains proof that he, Kendal, is in a homosexual relationship.
  • Bury Your Gays: During Freshman Finals, he is shot and killed by his lover Stephen.
  • Truth Serum: His plan for dealing with Shabnam involves juicing him up with stolen truth serum in order to extract the location of his blackmail material.

    Stephen 

Stephen

Another member of the preps.


Shabnam and his allies

    Kelly Grogda 

Kelly Grogda

A fat girl who uses Shabnam to gain power at Kings Dominion.


    Nguyen 

Nguyen

One of Shabnam's minions.


    Pauly 

Pauly

A sycophantic student who joins with Shabnam for his own gain.


  • Lovable Traitor: He tries to be this; he sold people out to Viktor and everyone knows it, but he tries to be peppy and pleasing to those around him. Almost everyone else, though, finds him barely tolerable at best.
  • Professional Butt-Kisser: His dialogue is mostly just him praising whoever the strongest person around him is.
  • Third-Person Person: He usually refers to himself as 'ol' Pauly.'

    Shabnam 

Shabnam

Played By: Isaiah Lehtinan

An overweight, ugly, and unpopular student who winds up as Marcus's roommate. Scorned by almost the entire rest of the student body, Shabnam decides to exploit the talents he does have and proves startlingly effective at manipulating those around him.


  • Ambiguously Jewish: He and his family fit several Jewish stereotypes. His family works in finance, and Shabnam says they don't celebrate Christmas but eat Chinese takeout instead.
  • Blackmail: One of the ways he gets people to do what he wants.
  • The Chessmaster: How he works. He doesn't kill people himself, but he blackmails or manipulates others into doing it for him.
  • Desperately Craves Affection: His major weakness is his lust for Kelly, who barely tolerates him.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: A lot of people call him "Pig," and even his sort-of girlfriend calls him "Shabby."
  • Facial Horror: His face is horribly scarred after the incident at the pep rally.

Soto Vatos

    Chico Salazar 

Chico Salazar

Played By: Michel Duval

The head of the Soto Vatos gang, and the son of a feared cartel boss.


  • The Cartel: He leads a gang of cartel kids.
  • Crazy Jealous Guy: He gets murderous when he thinks Marcus is trying to take Maria away from him.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: He's the first major villain that Marcus and his friends have to fight.
  • Jerk Jock: Billy outright compares him to the thuggish jocks who rule normal high schools.
  • The Rival: The first episode of the TV series establishes him to be Marcus' rival after Marcus takes offense to his treatment of Maria.

    Juan 

Juan

Played By: Juan Grey

Another member of the Soto Vatos gang.


Zenzele and her friends

    Helmut 

Helmut

A metalhead from East Germany.


    Quan 

Quan

A rockabilly kid from Southeast Asia with a leather jacket, a comb, and a really sharp knife.


  • Fingore: Kenji starts cutting off his fingers once he goes to Japan.
  • Knife Nut: He prefers to fight using a pocket knife.
  • Regretful Traitor: He deeply regrets helping the Yakuza capture Saya.
  • Rewarded as a Traitor Deserves: After he betrays Saya and the rest of his friends to Kenji, he's eventually taken back to Japan—at which point Kenji enslaves him and cuts off one of his fingers every time he makes a mistake. Then he betrays Kenji for Saya... and she ultimately stabs him in the chest and pushes him off of the boat they're using to escape.

    Tosahwi 

Tosahwi

A Comanche skater.


  • Fingore: He loses several fingers during the 'escape from Mexico' arc.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Zenzele describes him this way in one of her early letters — nobody likes him so he hangs around his roomate Helmut's friends.
  • Malcolm Xerox: He is like this at first, constantly expressing hatred towards white people and the American government. He eventually mellows out after realizing nobody else can stand him.

    Zenzele 

Zenzele

A new freshman following the Time Skip, Zenzele claims to be a Christian who sincerely wants to do good. However, the secrets in her past tell a much different story.


  • Dark Secret: After her parents tried to sell her into sexual slavery, Zenzele snapped and murdered them. She still writes to them and acts as if she loves them, though.
  • Drop the Hammer: She fights with giant hammers.
  • The Fundamentalist: A strict Christian, to the point of insisting that even her character in an RPG must be Christian as well and can't worship any of the faiths in the game.

Other students

    Cormac 

Cormac

An Irish student who tries to suck up to Shabnam. It doesn't go well.


  • Professional Butt-Kisser: He tries to be this to Shabnam, but Shabnam sees through him and blows him off.
  • What an Idiot!: Despite knowing that American racists tend to look down on Irish people as well, he decides to trust Brandy in the hopes of getting to have sex with her. She effortlessly manages to get him expelled.

    Durp Flumpdunger 

Durp Flumpdunger

The star quarterback of the Kings Dominion football team.


    Jaden 

Jaden

Played By: Graeme Meekison and Michael Mitton

A boy who serves detention with Marcus.


  • The Stoner: He is excited to try the new drugs Petra whips up.

    Jayla 

Jayla

A girl who seems to have an interest in Marcus.


  • The Vamp: She is very flirty with Marcus and openly tells him Maria should be worried about Marcus's fidelity as long as he, Jayla, is around.

    Jessica 

Jessica

A 'rat' at Kings Dominion.


  • Asshole Victim: No sooner does Billy save her life than she tries to kill him so she can become a legacy student.

    Kyle 

Kyle

Another student at Kings Dominion.


  • Apologetic Attacker: Apologizes to his girlfriend Jessica as he tries to kill her during the finals.

    Madison Schmitt 

Madison Schmitt

A member of the Death Spirit Squad.


  • The Cheerleader: She's a member of the Kings Dominion equivalent, the Death Spirit Squad.
  • Knife Nut: Like the rest of her squad, she fights with razors hidden in her pom-poms.

    Mike Rander 

Mike Rander

A 'rat.'


    Sam 

Sam

Marcus's new roommate after he returns to Kings.


    Zenzele's roommate 

Zenzele's roommate.

Zenzele's roommate.


  • Innocently Insensitive: She doesn't have any animus towards black people, but her questions to Zenzele make it clear that she thinks of Africa as having two parts: the part ruled by tyrannical warlords and the part where everyone is starving. Zenzele eventually tells her to shut up and stop annoying her.

Staff: Administration

    Master Lin 

Master Lin

Played By: Benedict Wong

The ruthless headmaster of Kings Dominion.


  • All Asians Know Martial Arts: His training of Saya shows that he's good at martial arts.
  • Master Poisoner: He's skilled with poisons, as shown when he takes out Maria after she drinks just a few sips of tea.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: The backstory that he explains to Marcus in the TV series. According to him, after his wife and child were killed in a car accident, he killed the drug-addicted driver of the car, the mechanic that claimed the brakes of said car were fine, and the judge who ruled the death to be an accident.

Staff: Teachers

    Jurgen Denke 

Jurgen Denke

Played By: Henry Rollins

A professor of poisons.


  • Master Poisoner: He is this, and he trains his students to be this too.
  • Sadist Teacher: In the television series, at least. When Viktor is poisoned and has diarrhea he forbids Viktor to leave and the bathroom, in order to punish him for drinking the poison in the first place.

    Master Zane 

Master Zane

Played By: Christopher Heyerdahl

A physical combat instructor.


    Ms. Delucca 

Ms. Delucca

Played By: Erica Cerra

A professor of villainous psychology (in the comics) and of both martial arts and weapons (in the television series).


  • Adaptation Name Change: The television series changes her name slightly to de Luca.
  • Eyepatch of Power: She has an eyepatch in the comics, and she's strong enough to survive as a teacher for a school of assassins.
  • Hot Teacher: She's beautiful enough that some of the other characters comment on it. Quan even flirts with her.

    "Scorpio Slasher" 

"Scorpio Slasher"

Played By: French Stewart

A professor of psychology. He teaches the 'fundamentals of psychosis' class.


Family of Kings Dominion staff and students

Arguello family

    Mr. and Mrs. Arguello 

Mr. and Mrs. Arguello

Played By: Alexander Soto (Mr. Arguello) and Jillian Walchuck (Mrs. Arguello)

Marcus's dead parents.


Bennett family

    Gene Bennett 

Gene Bennett

Played By: Sean Campbell

Billy's abusive father.


Kuroki family

    Kamiga brothers 

Kamiga brothers

Saya's cousins.


  • Professional Killer: Both are operatives for the Yakuza.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: In the comic, both brothers are killed in their first appearance. In the television show, one survives his first battle with Kings Dominion.

    Kenji Kuroki 

Kenji Kuroki

Saya's elder brother.


  • Eye Scream: Quan puts out one of his eyes during his and Saya's escape from Japan.
  • Patricide: He does this indirectly by killing another Yakuza boss in his father's house, thus ensuring that his father will be blamed and will be obligated to kill himself.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: He makes horribly misogynistic comments to Saya and calls Quan, who is biracial, a 'half-breed.'
  • Straw Misogynist: He explicitly tells Saya that her only value to the Yakuza is as a prostitute. She then proves him wrong by earning more money than he and ultimately becoming a far more deadly fighter than he is.
  • The Unfettered: He feels that the Yakuza need to become more brutal, engaging in activities they had previously sworn off (such as dealing drugs) and no longer showing leniency to those who fall behind in their protection payments.

    Mr. Kuroki 

Mr. Kuroki

Saya's father.


  • Noble Demon: He is a Yakuza leader, but he is honorable and has limits. Among other things, he refuses to countenance the selling of drugs by his people.
  • Seppuku: He kills himself this way after discovering that his son murdered his old friend Mr. Eto.

    Mrs. Kuroki 

Mrs. Kuroki

Saya's mother.


  • Dropped a Bridge on Her: She is by Saya's side once Saya wakes up as a prisoner of the Kuroki, and it is implied that she blames Saya for some of the disasters that have befallen the Kuroki family. But then she learns of Kenji's true intentions, tries to escape with Saya, and is quickly killed off.

Lewis family

    Willie's father 

Willie's father

Willie's loving dad.


    Willie's mother 

Willie's mother

Willie's gangster mom.


  • The Ghost: She hasn't been seen, although it's been conveyed that she's a powerful and well-known gangster.

    Willie's uncle 

Willie's uncle

An uncle who saved Willie's life and allowed Willie to take the credit in order to establish his reputation.


  • The Ghost: He haven't been depicted either, although Willie did report some of his actions.

Lin family

    Madam Gao 

Madam Gao

Played By: Olivia Cheng (Young Gao played by Eva Ariel Binder)

Lin's younger sister, and the head of the guild of assassins that supports Kings Dominion.


  • Principles Zealot: She seems to see herself as this. She also refuses to bend on the Guild's rules even when Lin argues convincingly that it would be justified, and her rebuttal is just that they have to stick to their principles no matter what.

    Mr. Lin 

Mr. Lin

The father of Lin and Gao.


    Nahia Lin 

Nahia Lin

Played By: Viva Lee

Master Lin's young daughter.


    Shu Lin 

Shu Lin

Played By: Theresa Wong

Lin's wife.


  • Faking the Dead: Lin told people she was dead in order to hide her from his assassin guild.

Lynn family

    Brandy's brothers 

Brandy's brothers

Brandy's two older brothers.


    Brandy's father 

Brandy's father

An infamous neo-nazi who murdered several civil rights leaders.


  • Straw Misogynist: Brandy mentions that her father never thought she could inherit his mantle.

Miller family

    Lex's brothers 

Lex's brothers

Lex's two brothers.


  • Toxic Friend Influence: This lure Lex into a life of theft, which blows up in their face when they're almost caught and their father is arrested.

    Lex's father 

Lex's father

A dockworker.


  • Taking the Heat: He takes the blame for the thefts and murder committed by his sons.

Salazar and Esperanza families

    Amante Jael 

Amante Jael

The wife of the feared cartel boss El Alma Del Diablo.


  • Vengeful Widow: She brutally tortures Maria in retribution for Maria's actions against her husband and son.

    "El Alma Del Diablo" 

"El Alma Del Diablo"

Played By: David Zayas

A cruel cartel boss. His name roughly translates to "the soul of the devil." He adopted Maria after having her real parents killed.


  • Disproportionate Retribution: After Maria's father steals a small amount of money from him in order to feed his family, Diablo has his entire family killed except for Maria, whom he essentially enslaves. He also boasts of this to Maria after he catches her with Chico's decapitated head, saying he will deliberately hurt her in a far more brutal way than she acted towards Chico.

    Gilbert and Leticia Esperanza 

Gilbert and Leticia Esperanza

Maria's biological parents.


Shabnam's family

    Shabnam's parents 

Shabnam's parents

Played By: Dhirendra (Shabnam's father) and Peri Allen (Shabnam's mother)

Shabnam's mother and father.


  • Made a Slave: Chester enslaves them after taking over their house.

Viktor's family

    Viktor's father 

Viktor's father

Stalin's top assassin.


  • Abusive Parents: He tells Billy that, after British soldiers raped and murdered his mother and sisters, his father brutally beat him for not protecting them.
  • Professional Killer: His job.

Yolga family

    Petra's parents 

Petra's parents

Petra's mother and father.


Criminal gangs

Cartel

    Emilio 

Emilio

Played By: Michel Issa Rubio

A cartel associate of Chico and El Alma Del Diablo.


    "Holy Ghost" 

"Holy Ghost"

Played By: Victor Andres Turgeon-Trelles

One of El Alma Del Diablo's hitmen.


Chester's gang

    Chester Wilson 

Chester Wilson

Played By: Tom Stevens

Chester Wilson, better known as "Fuckface," was Marcus's roommate at the Sunset Boys Home until Marcus set off a bomb and escaped. Wilson followed him out, slaughtering the entire complex as he went, but found to his dismay that all his killings were attributed to Marcus. He thus set out to reestablish his reputation as a famous Serial Killer by, among other things, killing Marcus.


    Gran Gran 

Gran Gran

Played By: Naomi Simpson

An older woman who works with Chester.


  • So Proud of You: She expresses pride after Chester uses a trap to kill Shabnam's father.

    Jimmy Jon 

Jimmy Jon

Played By: Benjamin Rogers

One of Chester's cousins.


  • Butt-Monkey: His screen time is entirely him being manhandled and abused by Chester, and in the television series, Slasher.

    Mrs. Ranks 

Mrs. Ranks

The cruel headmistress of the Sunset Boys Home.


  • Made a Slave: In the comic, Wilson rampaged through the home, he kept Ranks alive and imprisoned her in his basement.
  • Meaningful Name: She is of the highest 'rank' in the Sunset Boys Home. 'Rank' can also mean 'rotten smell,' which would seem to apply to the disgusting conditions of the home.

    Sue Ann 

Sue Ann

Played By: Chanelle Peloso

Another member of Chester's gang.


  • Mooks: She serves as one to Chester.

Yakuza

    Akio Eto 

Akio Eto

A young Yakuza gangster.


  • Evil Former Friend: He got along well with Saya when Saya was demonstrating her courage and her skills, but after Kenji tricks him into thinking Saya murdered his father, he holds Mr. Kuroki accountable and pushes him to kill himself in penance.
  • The Hedonist: He tells Kenji that he just wants to have a good time and doesn't care about how much money it costs him because he is already rich.

    Mr. Eto 

Mr. Eto

A friend of Saya's father and another Yakuza boss.


  • Minor Role Major Impact: He only has a few scenes and is quickly killed off, but his death leads to Saya's estrangement from her family and her seeking shelter at Kings Dominion, which puts her in position to save Marcus and enable him to start his own adventures at the school.

    Toshiro 

Toshiro

One of Kenji's thugs.


Other

    Barbara Salinger 

Barbara Salinger

A suicidal woman who accidentally kills Marcus's parents when she jumps.


  • Posthumous Character: She is dead long before the story begin, though her suicide is shown in flashbacks.

    Cactus Jack 

Cactus Jack

Played By: Jeremy Jones

A guy who runs a military surplus store. Lex gets explosives from him.


    Dwight Shandy 

Dwight Shandy

Played By: Brian Posehn

A metalhead and drug dealer.


  • Made a Slave: By the time Shabnam's parents find him, he's been literally leashed by Wilson.

    Gabrielle 

Gabrielle

Played By: Kelcey Mawema

Willie's girlfriend.


    Mike Ray 

Mike Ray

Played By: Glen Gordon

A young customer at the comic shop where Marcus works.


  • Bratty Half-Pint: He spends most of his scenes whining that Marcus won't draw him a picture.

    Ronald Reagan 

Ronald Reagan

The president when the story begins. Marcus hates him and blames his cuts to the mental healthcare system for the bridge-jumper that killed his parents.


  • The Ghost: He never shows up in the story itself, but Marcus's hatred of him drives some of the plot.
  • Historical-Domain Character: The real-life 40th President of the United States has a role in Marcus' motivations.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Marcus blames his cuts to the mental healthcare system for the deaths of his parents.

    Rory 

Rory

Played By: Ryan Robbins

A homeless man that Marcus interacts with before going to Kings Dominion.


  • Adaptational Villainy: In the comics he's a homeless vet, and while he implies he may have done horrible things in Vietnam, Lin notes that they haven't been able to find any evidence of this. In the television series he's a Serial Killer.
  • Serial Killer: In the TV series, he murders homeless people who provoke him, and gets away with it because the cops don't care.
  • Starter Villain: He's the first major antagonist confronted by Marcus.

    Shawn Parcel 

Shawn Parcel

A police officer.


  • Butt-Monkey: His one scene features him being mocked and badly defeated by Chester Wilson.
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