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Now they include street gangs, eh? From left to right: MC Cobra, Strikemaster Ice and DJ Fist.
Now they're Green and Mean. From left to right: DJ Fist, Strikemaster Ice and MC Cobra.

Drago's henchmen. They consist of Strikemaster Ice, MC Cobra, and DJ Fist. Originally a pizza boy, Ice joined a Shaolin-like monastery where he learned martial arts and met his boys Fist and Cobra. After they were kicked out of the monastery for bad behavior, the Ice Gang sought revenge but were stopped by Jackie and the Enforcers. They were later recruited by Drago and changed them into his dragon henchmen.

  • Arrogant Kung Fu Guys: Awesome skills at martial arts used for greedy criminal activities? They're possibly even more petty than Hak Foo.
  • Ascended Extra: They first appeared as one-shot villains in the 4th season, but in the following season, they replaced the Enforcers as henchmen of the Arc Villain.
  • Badass Normals: They received from warrior monks martial arts training that allows them to fare well against Jackie, much better than the Enforcers (excluding Hak Foo) ever did.
  • Bastard Understudies: All three to Drago, when they think they had the upper hand after Drago loses his Fire Demon powers.
  • Big, Thin, Short Trio: Fist, Cobra and Ice, respectively.
  • Brought Down to Normal: They spend a good deal of the last season being powered up, but lose all their powers when Drago is banished to the Netherworld.
  • Crouching Morons, Hidden Badasses: All three look and act like stereotypical street gang boys, but they're more of a creditable threat than the Enforcers.
  • Deceptive Disciples: They were taught martial arts by warrior monks, but refused to follow the way of peace.
  • Draconic Humanoids: They become this after Drago gives them a piece of his Fire Demon power.
  • Easily Forgiven: After their betrayal, their attempt to regain the Demon Chi empowered Drago's favor is eventually accepted.
  • Empowered Badass Normals: For the duration of their service to Drago, they received some of his Fire Demon chi (and in the finale, the chis of three other demons).
  • Eviler Than Thou: Towards Finn, Ratso, and Chow. The Ice Gang members are just as greedy and comical as the Enforcers, but also more arrogant, violent, competent and disloyal. It's no wonder that the Ice Gang replaced the Enforcers as Drago's henchmen.
  • Genius Bruisers: Cobra and Fist have proven themselves to be adept with technology.
    • In "Clash Of The Titanics", they managed to build a fully functional submarine out of broken cars in their junkyard hideout.
    • In "Stealing Thunder", they do various mechanical decorations in their new tower hideout (the Space Needle of Seattle).
    • It's possible that they also built the monster trucks and tasers used to kidnap Jackie, Uncle, and Captain Black in the second to last episode.
  • I Fight for the Strongest Side: That's the reason they decide to make amends with the Demon Chi empowered Drago after their betrayal.
  • Kiai: While fighting, they exclaim a lot of cliched martial art cries.
  • Leitmotif: Their theme is a quick rock tempo.
  • Manchild: The Ice Gang all act like overgrown teenagers, although they do seem to be younger than the Enforcers.
  • Never My Fault: Like the Enforcers, they're not willing to accept responsibility for their failures.
  • Only Known by Their Nicknames: None of them are referred to by any real names.
  • Promotion to Opening Titles: They obtain it at Season 5 as the villains receiving Jackie's punch.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Their irises become red when they're turned to Draconic Humanoids.
  • Replacement Mooks: They take the Enforcers' place as the henchmen of the ongoing season.
  • Spiky Hair: They all have this in their human forms to accentuate their rebellious street gang imago.
  • Terrible Trio: Though a more competent trio than the Enforcers ever were.
  • Villain: Exit, Stage Left: Subverted during the Grand Finale: after Drago has been banished and the Ice Gang turn back into humans, they attempt to sneak away, only to be stopped by El Toro and Paco.
  • White Gang-Bangers: They have the stereotypical speech and mannerisms of an urban street gang.

    Strikemaster Ice 
Let me demonstrate how this little hunk of ice is gonna let Strikemaster Ice go back to the monastery and bring down the HOUSE!

Voiced by: Mike Erwin

The leader of the trio.

  • The Dragon: Both figuratively and literally to Drago.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: In the Grand Finale, Drago gives him the chi of Dai Gui the Earth Demon.
  • Ironic Nickname: Strikemaster Ice is given the ability to breathe fire.
  • Jive Turkey / Totally Radical: He speaks with a lot of cliched urban slang.
  • Playing with Fire: He gets this power from Drago.
  • Pre-Asskicking One-Liner: Gives in his debut episode one to the Enforcers after he removes his mask and starts speaking.
    "Yo, yo, yo. This is one pizza boy who's gonna serve you up an extra-large whoopin' with two kinds of cheese."
  • Sneeze of Doom: In "Black & White & Chi All Over", he's revealed to be allergic to flowers. This causes him to repeatedly sneeze fire blasts during the fight at the flower shop.
  • Super Fly Reflexes: After beating up the failed candidates for Drago's henchmen, Ice casually flicks a wasp.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: In his debut episode, a flashback shows him to have been slightly out of shape when he was just a pizza boy. He repaid his martial arts training by refusing to follow the way of peace and kicking the monk announcing it.
  • Would Hit a Girl: He takes down the two females of Drago's possible recruits.

    MC Cobra 
Voiced by: Jeff Fischer

Ice's right-hand man.

    DJ Fist 
The silent strongman of the group.
  • The Brute: "The silent strongman of the group."


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