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Doctor Darren Havoc

Voiced by: Mark Cope

He looks like the classic villain. He sounds like the classic villain. However, his completely logical mind and complete disdain for theatrics make him anything but. He doesn't see why it's so hard to kill an enemy as soon as you capture him. He has no intentions to outline his entire plan in minute detail to anyone before its complete. And he sees no reason why he would ever want to use a countdown clock. Basically, imagine if the coyote just wanted to buy a gun and kill the roadrunner.

Secret Agent Brock Mason

Voiced by: Dave Hill

Doctor Havoc's arch-nemesis. He's the kind of guy who will save the world and then bang your wife all in one fell swoop. He is devilishly handsome and has sex with all types of beautiful women. He always wears a tuxedo, and is a stereotypical James Bond type of suave hero. Doctor Havoc hates him not so much because he's a good guy, but more because he's a douchebag.

Kimberly "Kim" Havoc

Voiced by: Lee Newton

Dr. Havoc's wife. They've been married for a long time and she will not let him forget how long it's taken him to take over the world. While she takes care of his child, she doesn't give him a single inch of leeway from his responsibilities as a father just because he's this close to world domination. She also cheats on him constantly.

  • Entitled Bitch: For starters, see the description above.
  • Hypocrite: Quite a bit. For example, complains about Brock being unfaithful to her, all the while being unfaithful to Havoc herself.
  • It's All About Me: Is quite selfish, and is called out on it by Brock and Havoc in "Therapy".
  • Jerkass Has a Point: As much of a hypocritical bitch she may be, she is understandably pissed off when Ally does hand stuff with Brock's mentally challenged clone.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She may be unfaithful and overly demanding, but she can have good intentions behind it, especially if it's about her family.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Episode 30 reveals that she caught HPV thanks to constantly sleeping around with Brock.
  • Like an Old Married Couple: With Darren, literally.
  • Only Sane Woman: Ironically, at least back in the 1996 flashback of Episode 18, she had as much common sense as present Havoc; she's the one to point out the oddities and flaws in his steps for his bank robbery plan and blackmail.
    90s Kim: Do you really think that they're going to give you am armored car?
    90s Havoc: Uh, yeah, they just said they were. It's going to be here in 25 minutes.
    90s Kim: Yeah, and five minutes before that, the SWAT team is gonna come in here and shoot you in the fucking head.
  • Parental Neglect: On Ally once they move into Brock's place, and Brock calls her out on it.
  • Skewed Priorities: Prone to this; she calls Havoc on his phone when he's about to succeed on a plan for pettier issues.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: If you compare her 90s self to her present self.
  • Tsundere: Type A. If Darren's lucky, he'll get to see her Dere side.
  • Wounded Gazelle Gambit: In Episode 18 during the 1996 flashback, she pretends she's truly being held hostage and "cries" over Havoc's phone in order to teach him a lesson.

Ally Havoc

Voiced by: Grace Helbig

Dr. Havoc's and Kim's 16-year-old daughter. A ditsy, dismissive rebel.

Professor Von Duct

Voiced by: Aaron Krebs

Dr. Havoc's right hand-man. Enjoys his work because he likes to make things explode. Everything in his lab is some type of weapon, including pens and office equipment. Von Duct is totally caught up in the stereotypically villainous ways to make traps and weapons. If Dr. Havoc asks for a gun, he gets to choose whether he wants a chair gun, a book gun, or a bear gun.

  • Badass Cape: Wears one when what's Beneath the Mask is out. Havoc (and a few others) jabs on how ridiculous he looks thanks to retaining his tool apron along with it.
    Havoc: Yeah, but... you can't just wear a cape and an apron. You look like a fucking vampire that teaches woodshop.
  • The Bad Guy Wins: In a sense.
  • Big Bad: In Episode 28, it's also his motivation to Take Over the World, and in the next two episodes after that, is shown to be even worse than Havoc.
  • Cassandra Truth: Due to having no public recognition, nobody knows him or even takes his threats seriously at all, and thus, nobody believes that he has a giant space laser.
  • Embarrassing Initials: V.D. It finally gets pointed out in Episode 30.
    Kim: You know VD stands for "venereal disease", right?
  • Evil All Along: As revealed in Episode 28.
  • Foreign-Language Tirade: Rants in German early on in Episode 2.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: Well, except when he's actually doing lab work, of course.