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The Fantastic Four
Mister Fantastic (Reed Richards)
Voiced by: Hiro Kanagawa
- Alliterative Name: His first and last names both start with R.
- Arbitrary Skepticism: In spite of all the other unlikely phenomenons and situations he and the rest of the team go through, Reed will not accept anything being magic.
- Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Reed is like this when he finds something interesting from a scientific standpoint.No, I do not think I am easily distracted. Hmm...interesting.
- For Science!: Reed is an unapologetic science geek, as proven by such things as wondering if he could write a paper about the gender markings of Negative Zone bugs.
- My Greatest Failure: The creation of the Four, as usual. Oddly enough, in this universe, it was Doom's fault the shields failed, so presumably Reed is blaming himself for something slightly different.
- This is revealed in a time-travel episode, where it's revealed that Reed knew what would happen and had to allow it in order for the time-line to be fixed.
- Not So Above It All: Such as this line from the end of "Frightful" as he watches the Wizard taken into custody:"Smartest man in the world"? Please!
- Rubber Man: Like other incarnations, he has stretching powers.
- Science Hero: He's a hero and a scientist.
- Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: Johnny lampshades Reed's tendency to use big words in "Puppet Master":Don't ask. He'll just get more confusing.
- Ship Tease: There are several moments implying a mutual attraction with Susan.
- Skunk Stripe: Along both sides of his head, he has white streaks in his hair.
- Techno Babble: Reed speaks pseudo-scientific terminology as a second language.
The Invisible Woman (Susan Storm)
Voiced by: Lara Gilchrist
- Alliterative Name: Her given name and her surname both begin with the letter S.
- Barrier Warrior: She can fight by projecting force fields.
- Big Sister Instinct: Do not hurt Johnny lest you wish to suffer her wrath.
- Green Lantern Ring: Her force fields can be used this way.
- Ms. Fanservice: Her uniform is very tight and very form fitting, which makes it perfect for the occasional close up of her shapely buns.
- Not Quite Flight: Susan "air-surfs" on her force-field discs.
- Parental Substitute: She acts like a parental figure to her brother Johnny.
- Ship Tease: Is often hinted to have feelings for Reed.
- Tsundere: Her attitude toward Reed can change between benign and petulant at the drop of a hat.
- Violently Protective Girlfriend: While Susan and Reed aren't technically a couple, messing with him isn't a good idea either.
The Thing (Ben Grimm)
Voiced by: Brian Dobson
- Catchphrase: "It's clobbering time!" In "Doom's Word is Law", he even teaches it to Bruiser.
- Brought Down to Normal:
- He was temporarily turned back into a normal human with no memory of his experiences as The Thing in the episode "The Cure".
- In "Contest of Champions", the Grandmaster offers Ben the prize of being made human again. Ben declines the offer and instead makes it his wish for the Grandmaster to stop making people compete in his contests.
- Determinator: Given the opportunity, Ben will never count himself down and out.
- Gentle Giant: He may be large and strong, but he's still a decent person.
- Heroes Want Redheads: He is a hero and is attracted to Alicia, who in this incarnation is redhaired.
- Heroic Spirit: Ben has this in spades.
- I Am a Monster: He has a bit of a problem with his rocky appearance.
- Made of Iron: Ben can jump off the top of a building without worrying about more than whether cars will honk at him for choosing to land in the street.
- The Nicknamer: He calls Reed "Stretch", Susan "Suzy", and Johnny "Matchstick" or "Flamebrain".
- Ship Tease: Is often implied to be an item with Alicia.
- Super Strength: One of Ben's powers. He can carry a Doombot under each arm.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: He and Johnny are often at each other's throats, but they do care for each other.
The Human Torch (Johnny Storm)
Voiced by: Christopher Jacot
- Adaptational Jerkass: This Johnny is a lot more obnoxious and immature than his comic book counterpart.
- Anime Hair: His hair stands up and ends in several spikes.
- Awesome Mc Coolname: His name just rolls off the tongue.
- Berserk Button: He's a cheery goofball most of the time but hurt or threaten his sister and the jokes go out the window while he lets you know just why he's one of the world's greatest heroes.
- Catchphrase: "Flame on!"
- The Ditz: He's the least intelligent of the heroes.
- Dumb Blonde: He has blond hair and is prone to reckless and dumb decisions.
- Flying Firepower: He can project flame around his body and fly.
- Intrinsic Vow: Johnny's love for his sister is what he values more.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's a glory hound and just can't resist messing with Ben, but he still cares about other people and is willing to do the right thing.
- Leeroy Jenkins: Much to the other three's dismay, he's prone to acting before he thinks.Reed: I don't understand. I told him my theories about these robots.Ben: It's Johnny. You lost him at "Don't."
- Lethally Stupid: Johnny causes some of their problems by burning something, or messing with Reed's stuff, or being a Leeroy Jenkins. This gets lampshaded by Ben when Reed updates the security, citing how many times the Baxter Building has come under attack.
- Screams Like a Little Girl: He has a high-pitched feminine scream.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: While he never wastes an opportunity to mess with Ben, the two still care for each other.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Johnny hates water, for understandable reasons considering his fire-based powers. In "Atlantis Attacks" and "Contest of Champion", however, he has to confront it.
- You Talk Too Much: In "Hard Knocks", Johnny acknowledges that he "gets that a lot."
Doctor Doom (Victor von Doom)
Voiced by: Paul Dobson
- Cut Lex Luthor a Check: Though technically, being the leader of a country, Doom doesn't need to profit from his technology the legal way.
- Don't You Dare Pity Me!: "No one pities Doom!"
- Evil Counterpart: To Reed. They're both extremely intelligent men with a lot of knowledge of science. However, Reed won't willingly hurt people.
- Evil Overlord: He's a villain who rules over his own country.
- Large Ham: Wouldn't be Doom without the hammy and grandiose monologues.
- Lean and Mean: Much like Victor van Damme, this Doom is slimmer than other incarnations.
- Morally Ambiguous Doctorate: He's a villain with "Dr." in his name.
- Pride: He cares more about himself than anything else and is rivals with Richards primarily because he refuses to accept when he's wrong.
- Recurring Character: He's probably the villain with the most appearances on the show.
- Third-Person Person: He frequently addresses himself in third person.
- Uncertain Doom: His last appearance in the series, the penultimate episode "Doom's Word is Law", has him caught in an explosion. It isn't clear whether or not he survived, though the final episode "Scavenger Hunt" does have Johnny mention him as if he were still alive.
Mole Man (Harvey Elder)
Voiced by: Paul Dobson
- Harmless Villain: He isn't that much of a threat compared to the other members of the quartet's rogues gallery.
- Tunnel King: During "Molehattan", he digs a tunnel in seconds flat.
- Villain Has a Point: His vendetta against surface-dwellers who reject him for his ugliness has some degree of merit, even if he does cross the line by stealing from them and enslaving any surface-dwellers that end up underground.
Puppet Master (Philip Masters)
Voiced by: Alvin Sanders
- Bald of Evil: Like most versions of the character, he's bald.
- From Nobody to Nightmare: In his opening episode, he goes from being a regular artist to posing a genuine threat to a family of superheroes.
- Green-Eyed Monster: He believes he should be the one getting attention for his work, not his colleagues.
- People Puppets: His specialty is to use clay sculptures to control people.
- Race Lift: He's now African-American, like his step-daughter.
- Small Name, Big Ego: He has an inflated opinion of himself and his importance.
- Speak in Unison: He has his minions do this to disconcert the Four.
Ronan The Accuser
Voiced by: Michael Dobson
- Enemy Mine: Forms an alliance with the Skrulls in spite of them being sworn enemies with his race the Kree in order to get Johnny.
- Pride: He's out to get the Four because Johnny's smart mouth bruised his ego.
- Revenge: His motive ever since "Trial By Fire" is to get even with Johnny.
- Rubber-Forehead Aliens: Ronan essentially looks like a human with blue skin.
Voiced by: Terry Klassen
- Admiring the Abomination: With Annihilus.
- Constantly Curious: Much to the Fantastic Four's annoyance, he just won't stop asking questions.
- Great Gazoo
- Recurring Character: He appears in "Impossible" and returns in "Contest of Champions".
Diablo (Esteban Corazón De Ablo)
Voiced by: Trevor Devall
- Evil Old Folks: Diablo is centuries old, according to him, and he looks old at the episode's end.
- A God Am I: When he gets the fire potion/elemental in combination with the others. "The power of the elements is mine!"
- Science Vs Magic: The magician to Reed's scientist.
Voiced by: Scott McNeil
- Adaptational Heroism: Sure, he's utterly crazy, but he'd rather spend his days in the Negative Zone rather than go out of his way to eradicate all life. He even teams up with the Four in order to get back his Cosmic Control Rod.
- Aliens are Bastards: Somewhat. Just don't get in his way and he'll leave you alone.
- Ax-Crazy: Hoo boy.
- Mood-Swinger: Crosses over into this. One moment, he can compose himself enough to speak properly. The next...
- Berserk Button: Do NOT touch his Cosmic Control Rod. Or betray him. Or hang around him for that matter.
- Big Creepy-Crawlies: He's a giant insect, as well as his kin.
- Control Freak: He would like to keep his universe the way he wants it, thank you very much. Nevertheless, he trusts his subjects with the Cosmic Control Rod.
- Hates Being Touched: He doesn't like being touched.
- Kick the Son of a Bitch: Whatever he did to Doom at the end of his episode, it was well-deserved.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: His new look has red eyes and they only add to his imposing appearance.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: He's waged many wars to conquer his universe and he's willing to go outside and take care of any threats.
- Villain Team-Up: In "Contest of Champions" with Ronan, Super-Skrull, and Impossible Man. Not that he cares. All he cares about is lashing out (until the spelling bee).
Supporting Characters and Cameos
Voiced by: Sunita Prasad
- The Confidant: Ben goes to her to talk when he's feeling frustrated.
- Dark Skinned Red Head: She's a black woman with red hair.
- Race Lift: She is now African-American, like in the 2005 movie.
- Ship Tease: She is suggested to be a couple with Ben.
- You Are Better Than You Think You Are: Alicia frequently finds herself giving talks to Ben about how he isn't worthless and shouldn't let his rocky mutation get him down.
Voiced by: Samuel Vincent
- A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Reed has a point on his lack of sentience due to some of his logic gates becoming walls in his thinking. During "World's Tiniest Heroes" he presumes the four are no longer in the house because their shrinking and Helium Speech make them unrecognizable to his parameters. He mistakes them for children and treats them as such then vermin and engages extermination protocols as appropriate.
- Green-Eyed Monster: HERBIE is jealous of any machine that might supplant him with Reed.
- Instant A.I.: Just Add Water!: Reed insists HERBIE isn't sentient, in spite of very human behaviors like sulking.
- Nervous Wreck: Poor HERBIE has Freak Outs on a regular basis.
Voiced by: Laura Drummond (Cory)
- Blind Without 'Em: Ms. Monet can't see well without her glasses.
- Cool Old Lady: Ms. Monet, who fights Negative Zone bugs with bug spray and thinks steering through space in an apartment building is fun.
- Cranky Neighbor: Courtney "Cory" Bonner-Davis, who never stops complaining about the Four. Perhaps justified as superheroes can be difficult to live near.Cory: (to SWAT team taking aim outside her window) They live. UP. STAIRS.
- Crazy Cat Lady: Ms. Monet has at least three cats.
- Expy: Cory is much like Ms. Lavina Forbes from the 90s cartoon, being a bespectacled old woman living with the Fantastic Four who can't stand them.
- Ungrateful Bastard: Cory continues to be rude to the Fantastic Four in spite of all the times they save her life.
The Hulk (Bruce Banner)
Voiced by: Andrew Kavadas (Bruce Banner)/Mark Gibbon (Hulk)
- Beleaguered Childhood Friend: Bruce was one of the few people on Reed's level in college. When he turns up at the Baxter Building, he's having trouble not only with the Hulk, but also with an unscrupulous team of agents.
- Beware the Nice Ones: It would definitely be unwise to underestimate a good-natured man if their alter ego is a rampaging behemoth of considerable strength.
- Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: One of Ben's attempts to make Bruce turn into the Hulk to save their lives is to say "your mama's so ugly". When Bruce finally turns, Hulk attacks Ben because "Rock-Man make fun of Hulk's mama".
- Hulk Speak: As usual, the Hulk speaks in sentence fragments and refers to himself in third person.
- I Am a Monster: Banner thinks of himself as a monster because of his transformations into the Hulk.
- Leave Me Alone!: Hulk delivers one of these to Agent Pratt. Later, Reed comments that, "Right now, both the Hulk and Bruce Banner just want to be left alone."
- Living Legend: His reputation precedes him.
- Living Weapon: The agents plan to use the Hulk as an instrument for their destruction.
- The Nicknamer: The Hulk. He nicknames three-fourths of the team during his one episode.
- Third-Person Person: "Hulk is strongest there is!"
- You Wouldn't Like Me When I'm Angry: When enraged, Banner becomes the Hulk.
Namor the Sub-Mariner
Voiced by: Michael Adamthwaite
- Half-Human Hybrid: He is half-human and half-Atlantean.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He tends to look down on humans, but he fights to defend the freedom of his people and is willing to begrudgingly accept the Fantastic Four's help.
Iron Man (Tony Stark)
Voiced by: David Kaye