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A list of characters from the podcast Kakos Industries. Due to having Loads and Loads of Characters, they have all been sectioned into a few select groups.

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Corin Deeth III

Voiced by: Conrad Miszuk
"It’s not an easy job, but someone has to do it. And that someone is me. No one else is capable of doing this job. We’ve checked to make sure."

The current CEO of Kakos Industries and the grandson of it's past owner, Corin Deeth I. After taking place as the new executive, it is now Corin's duty to ensure his company's success as well as take up the tradition of doing the shareholder announcements every month. He functions as the central narrator as well as an occasional voice of reason.

  • Adorkable: Sure, he's cool and collected most of the time, but this doesn't stop him from being a special brand of endearingly goofy. This is still a man who makes it his New Year's resolution to practice his Evil Laugh, whose normally low voice rises a few octaves whenever he's flustered, and wants a monstrous ball of hands as a pet simply because he finds it cute. Oh, and he's also a little ticklish.
  • Affably Evil: Despite being a bit smug, Corin is all around a polite person who tries to be cordial with everyone.
  • Aura Vision: Begins seeing dark clouds of energy that surround people during "Dark Auras", it apparently being a skill only those of supreme Evil can master. Though it later turns out that it's a hallucination he's suffering from his excess of Evil and that he has no real special power, just having a really intense episode.
  • Bad Boss: Isn't above entirely offing those in his own company, only drawing the line at their demise if he has a fondness for a certain division. Best portrayed during "Do Not Be Alarmed" when Helena starts to cut off the oxygen inside the rooms.
    Helena: The first office affected is the Division of Accounting.
    Corin: Oh, that’s okay then. That buys us some time to deal with the problem. Who’s up after that?
    Helena: After that is the Division of Divination
    Corin: Well, I mean they should have seen that coming, really.
    Helena: Then the Division of Mimes and Clowns.
    Helena: And then the Division of Incredibly Boring Things.
  • Being Personal Isn't Professional: Often states how much he doesn't want his private life to be known to others and would much rather be strictly business oriented on the surface.
  • Benevolent Boss: Despite being the latter at times, Corin is shown to respect and appreciate certain employees. One of his nicest gestures is the time he bought Soundman Steven a gift in exchange for cooperating in a crisis.
  • Berserk Button: Not that easy to anger, though he'll jump to violent threats in a heartbeat if he feels his capacities as a CEO are being questioned by more vocal shareholders.
  • Bi the Way: He expresses attraction to women many times though a great deal of "Bondage" and "Skirmish" confirm that he's also interested in men. And by "Vacation", it's outright stated that he's been in a sexual relationship with Leopold.
  • Blunt "Yes": Gives this delivery to Melantha during "Intercepted 2".
    Melantha: Anyway, are you just here to gloat?
    Corin: Yes.
  • Broken Ace: Corin is a successful and confident business man but this is namely on behalf of having a very restricted childhood that has crippled him socially and emotionally.
  • Brutal Honesty: Can be bitingly honest about how he's feeling at times.
  • Can't Kill You, Still Need You: Corin's life is only considered a priority to Belladonica and her people because his signature is necessary to withhold control of the company. Though he does avoid doing that, him signing a contract that releases them from the chamber and making it easier for Belladonica to infiltrate the company does make him much less valuable and just another person to get rid of.
  • Card-Carrying Villain
  • Chick Magnet: Attracts the attention of a few women such as Hailey who later turns out to be using him, the female security system Helena, and possibly Melantha-though their feelings are incredibly complicated.
  • Clingy Jealous Guy: Has a bit of a possessive streak towards Melantha and the sight of her getting intimate with the three men at the Sex Tea Party inspires the fantasy of him murdering them all and bedding her on top of their corpses.
  • The Comically Serious
  • Condescending Compassion: One of Corin's main socializing problems is that his attempts at comforting others normally include a suggestion about using his power as an executive to replace their loved ones with someone else proven to be more compatible/better for them.
  • The Confidant: Acts as one towards a few of his closer companions. He's especially this to Dirk as well as Brosephus and Grace, even offering them some fairly good advice in return.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive
  • Dead Guy Junior
  • Deadpan Snarker: Often overlapping with Gentleman Snarker. His narration and a lot of his conversations often include at least one sarcastic remark.
  • Defrosting Ice King: A gated and aloof individual, though he does defrost once he gets comfortable with someone. This especially happens around Brosephus as well as Soundman Steven who he shows honest compassion for.
  • Determinator: Is not one to back down from a challenge as it takes him a very long time to let something go, especially if he's being motivated by curiosity or pure spite. His instances with the mysterious contraption is one example of this.
  • Disappeared Dad: Only ever speaks of his grandfather as being any sort of parental figure. As to where or who Corin's father could be has yet to be touched on for unknown reasons.
  • Dissonant Serenity: Corin does and says a few things in a very docile manor. When he accidentally kills everyone in the Echo Tree Forest, the only thing he comments on is that the company's stocks were higher.
  • Distracted by the Sexy: Hailey successfully seduces him twice just by removing her clothing, sometimes turning him into a stuttering mess.
  • Distressed Dude: Is kidnapped in "Laughter" and receives a number of beatings and bizarre tortures during "Bondage". He spends some time chained inside of a closed off room and being forced to give away his authority over the company until he makes a compromise and is released as of "Polite Conversation".
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Has developed a few close relationships including his grandfather, Dirk, Grace, and the currently passed Dr. Gorgon who he even says he loved.
  • Evil Laugh: Corin is working to make his laugh as booming and Evil as possible. So far, he does have one mean chuckle.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: His voice is fittingly deep for his profession.
  • Experienced Protagonist: Though the series does revolve around Corin becoming executive, he has been preparing to be a CEO since he was a child and has spent all his life studying up to that point.
  • Fatal Flaw: Lust. Corin will sometimes let his ambition and desire for answers get the better of him, only making him more skeptical than he might need to be.
  • First-Person Smartass: Often dips into this when it comes to his aside comments during the announcements.
  • Flat-Earth Atheist: Doesn't hold to the notion that a God or after life exists even though there have been multiple mystical and/or supernatural occurrences.
  • Foil: Plays off Melantha as being almost her exact opposite. While Corin is more calm, contemplative, and private, Melantha is boisterous, obnoxious, and always out for glory.
  • Hidden Depths: Admits in "Doom and Gloom" that he had his own issues socializing as a kid or even enjoying his childhood due to being raised inside of the company to be the next CEO.
  • Insufferable Genius: Has shades of this. Corin can be pretentious at his worst and doesn't like to have his capabilities in his Evil questioned. He even says himself that he has an "impressive intellect".
  • Irony: Tends to suggest replacing anyone that might be an inconvenience with "better" versions, no matter how important that person might be to someone else. Oddly enough, Corin could be seen as a byproduct of this mindset as his whole life is built around being an improved substitute over his grandfather.
  • Knife Nut: Metaphoric or not, Corin always feels the best way to deal with those who don't believe he's qualified for his job is for them to stab themselves or for him to do it himself. This comes of use later when he uses a concealed dagger to break the bonds tying him to a chair and stabs Lady Kiarawa in the ribs, killing her in the process.
  • Lack of Empathy: Though it can vary. There are a few he appears fond of and then there's the vast majority of shareholders and employees he has little to no care for.
  • Lonely Rich Kid: Corin was lucky and wealthy enough to spend a lot of his childhood inside of the company building, though his comments in "Doom and Gloom" hint that he wasn't particularly fond of it.
  • Man of Wealth and Taste
  • Mission Control Is Off Its Meds: Justified in that he is Evil and what he says isn't that shocking in-universe. He namely plays this up during the Dark Festivals in which he gives more direct orders to shareholders to send Evil thoughts in hopes to taint a trapped Good person.
  • Mr. Exposition
  • Mr. Fanservice: It's hard to deny his voice is pretty dreamy. It may be the only input given about his physical attractiveness, though it doesn't stop listeners from eating up any sexy imagery he might offer.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: "Deeth" stems as a direct connotation to "death" while his first name is normally Irish for "spear".
  • The Narrator
  • Neat Freak: Has a tendency to point out if he finds something unsanitary, no matter what bizarre circumstance may have led to it. He's pretty grossed out during Bring Your Daughter to Evil Day when observing the younger girls bad hygiene.
    Shareholders, they are touching their runny noses, and they are touching things, and they are touching things that I have to touch, and that is… just “delightful.”
  • Noble Demon
  • No Social Skills: Spending his childhood studying business gave him issues relating with the other children. Though he does have friends in his adult years, he still has a few moments where he can come off as emotionally detached which is what encourages the board to assign him a friend.
  • Not So Different: Though he isn't fond of Belladonica, he admits that they share quite a few similarities.
  • Only Sane Man: Namely by default. Corin is a bit more logical than his colleagues but that doesn't discount his obsessive behavior patterns and other odd quirks.
  • Pet the Dog: Corin may be Evil but still has enough humility to have compassion for those he cares about. He shows honest concern for the well being of his closest friend, will kill a murderous plant if it means saving his engineer, and even respects Brosephus' privacy despite not liking his assigned friend very much.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: A lot of his semi-benevolent actions could be seen as this. Being in the position of a leader for his corporation, he often has to compromise if it means keeping Kakos Industries afloat.
  • Properly Paranoid: Tends to jump to the conclusion that those he's even mildly suspicious of might be spies or assassins. This goes as far as assuming Melantha sent them or his own corporation wants a part in his downfall.
  • Really Gets Around: So much that Corin is given a special birth control that allows him to not get his many, many, many, many partners impregnated.
  • Rich Bastard: Once bought all the televisions in a store during Black Friday deliberately to cause more chaos than there already was.
  • Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: The Savvy Guy to Hailey's Energetic Girl.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: There are more than a few times Corin will try to fix problems simply by using his wealthy power as the CEO without much consideration for the effect it might have on others.
  • Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: Immediately leaves his studio without listing the numbers after Peter Wood's enlarged penis body ejaculates all over his studio, staining him and his clothes in the process.
  • Shipper on Deck: He derives a lot of enjoyment from the couples the company obsessively observe.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot
  • Skewed Priorities: He is sometimes blissfully unaware of the impact or danger of a situation, even if his own life or the lives of others might be at stake. Best illustrated in "Growth" when a tree comes to life with murderous intent.
    We’ve made plants kill people, sure, and we all know what a horror the Echo Tree Forest is, but intent? That’s new territory. That’s some CEO bragging rights shit right there.
  • Sophisticated as Hell: An intelligent and cordial speaker but also one with a rampant potty mouth who still uses modern slang.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Alternates between being frigid and snarky to warm and understanding depending on the situation.
  • Tall, Dark, and Snarky: He's as snarky as he is Evil, charming with the ladies, and-by his own words-"not a small man".
  • Technician vs. Performer: The Technician to Melantha's Performer
  • Too Kinky to Torture: In "Bondage," he's more annoyed than anything else
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He really likes tacos and the events he has the most input in always includes a taco buffet.
  • Tranquil Fury: Doesn't always shout if he's upset about something and would much prefer giving vague threats to stab yourself.
  • Tsundere: Not to Melantha's extent though he certainly tries to hide his feelings for her by being dismissive of her advances. He also has shades of this towards Brosephus.
  • Villainous Friendship: Is close friends with Dirk. He's currently warming up to Brosephus though Corin seems to be the only one who fulfills the villainous role in their relationship.
  • Villain Protagonist
  • Wacky Grandparent, Serious Grandchild: The stern, serious grandson to his more zany grandfather.
  • We Can Rule Together: Shows interest in merging his company with Melantha and offers her a job at his company during "Intercepted".
  • "Well Done, Grandson!" Guy: Corin is set on being as efficient a CEO as his grandfather was and holds his old man to very respective light.
  • Wicked Cultured: His side hobbies include drinking green tea and mediating. He also likes to spend his downtime reading a book.
  • Workaholic: Everything he does seems to be fixated on his work, making him incredibly tense even in casual situations.
  • Yank the Dog's Chain: Sometimes it seems predetermined that Corin will be misled or fail something no matter how hard he tries to prevent it. Some examples include being unable to deactivate the murderous A.I. Helena and his supposed Aura Vision powers just being another symptom of his excessive Evil taking toll on his mental state.

Corin Deeth I

Voiced by: Conrad Miszuk
"I found a pill of some sort under my desk just now, and, following my usual rules, I took it."

The past executive of Kakos Industries who has recently died and thus passed inheritance over to his grandson. Despite his death, Corin Deeth I was well prepared for the inevitable and has provided a number of letters of advice as well as the ability to view the company's success through a Future Predict-O-Vission.

  • The Ace: Often hailed as a masterfully Evil and charming man who everyone in Kakos Industries looked up to.
  • A Date with Rosie Palms: His attempts at deleting Helena's programming involves a number of questions that make the one doing so feel awful for destroying a "beautiful", "precious", and "sexy" woman and this is all it takes for him to get a boner and start masturbating.
  • A Day in the Limelight: "Space Race" takes place in 1966 and is a taste of his announcements.
  • Affably Evil: A charming, smooth-talking gentlemen whose certainly Evil.
  • Ambiguously Bi: According to his grandson, a large list of past conquests filed in a book were mostly women.
  • Aroused by Their Voice: Speaks in a fitting baritone with a swinging sixties dialect which makes for a very fascinating monologue. He even lampshades this later.
    The girls around the office tell me that I have a delightful manner of speaking and a deep, wonderful tone, so I do apologize if I give you an unexpected thrill.
  • Aura Vision: Sees dark clouds of energy during a drug trip which is eerily similar to an episode his grandson had due to an imbalance of Evil.
  • Catchphrase: "Evil is on the rise, and Evil is everywhere." as oppose to the current "Do Evil Better."
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Though it could be on behalf of his rampant drug use, Corin Deeth I finds it appropriate to send letters with no valuable information in them as well as an envelope only containing a human pinky. Not to mention spitting on the bottom of one of the letters and requesting that the scientists check it out for no actual reason.
  • The Cloudcuckoolander Was Right: He still does provide some beneficial advice and is clearly experienced, but this is often overshadowed by his blatant insanity.
  • Cool Old Guy: Suave, sophisticated, and incredibly likable from youth to old age.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: The original head of the company before his death.
  • Crazy-Prepared: He ensured that he wrote an explanatory letter for about any questions or problems his grandson might have to make up for his absence. Though sometimes they can be less than helpful and may or may not be sent at the appropriate times.
  • Dirty Old Man: Is incredibly open about his sexual history and has no problem describing the actions of his suitors in detail.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: His letters show that he genuinely loved his grandson. He's also pretty smitten by Melantha.
  • Evil Laugh: Not yet to be heard though it was said to be so booming and Evil on its own rights that it echoed through the building.
  • Evil Old Folks
  • Friendly Enemy: With Melantha Murther who he regularly calls and gave a heart sculpture to as a present. Despite the fact it's her job to distract him from his job, he clearly couldn't be less bothered by it.
  • Functional Addict: Despite taking a lot of drugs throughout his life, this didn't seem to cause him any problems with being an efficient CEO. Though it certainly made him a little loopy.
  • Jive Turkey: His voice and mannerisms are about as jazzy as his backtrack.
  • Like Father, Like Son: Like Grandfather, Like Grandson: A look at "Space Race" shows that he and his grandson have fairly similar personalities and manors of speaking as well as plenty of other shared quirks.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac
  • Love Letter: One of few letters not intended for his grandson was a very steamy love letter for a woman he only addressed as "Love" found in a collection of old books. If his relationship with Melantha is anything to go by, there's a high chance it was intended for her.
  • Mushroom Samba: When trying to recruit a group of hippies, he takes sugar cubes with them and begins to have vivid hallucinations. Parts of his drug trip are oddly accurate for what has happened in the current generation.
    I went places, shareholders. I saw things. I remember some of those things. Strange dark auras following people, Evil seeping into every aspect of life, small monsters committing ever so slight transgressions against every living thing.
  • Passing the Torch: Due to inheritance, his grandson now owns the company upon his death.
  • Posthumous Character
  • Really Gets Around: It's pretty easy to tell where his grandson got such an aggressive libido...
  • Robosexual: Had sex with the security system and even the studio is riffed with hidden compartments specifically for doing so.
  • Running Gag: He can't help but bring up how much he dislikes communism after every other sentence.
  • Shared Family Quirks: His grandson inhabited quite a few traits such as plenty of luck in the bedroom, a smooth and deep voice, a crush on Melantha Murther, and a tendency to see dark auras of energy surrounding people.
  • The '60s: His announcements take place on New Year's on the first day on 1966.
  • Smoking Is Cool
  • Too Much Information: A common part of his letters are the severe lack of a filter about his drug use and sex life.
  • Trickster Mentor: Corin Deeth I uses his experience as much as possible to help his grandson though has a number of odd ways of teaching these lessons.
  • Villain of Another Story: Corin Deeth I had an interesting life according to his letters and has already interacted with or helped create most of the things his grandson deals with now.
  • Wacky Grandparent, Serious Grandchild: A somewhat silly grandfather as opposed to his more uptight grandson.
  • We Can Rule Together: Offers Melantha a job at his company, similarly to the way his grandson has years later, only to be turned down.


    Kakos Industries Employees and Associates 

Hailey Solomonari

Voiced by: Hanna Jones
"They just don’t know about the power of cuteness. And mind control."

The 19-year-old daughter of Iele Solomonari who wishes to succeed in Evil herself and is first introduced during "Bring Your Daughter to Evil Day". Though optimistic about tackling the business world, her ditsy nature makes her preferences and loyalty between the two opposing companies quite jaded.

  • Achievements in Ignorance: For a girl with limited experience, Hailey manages to succeed at challenges that are meant to be borderline impossible with little effort.
  • A Day in the Limelight: A great deal of "Intercepted 2" is Hailey taking charge of the announcements during Melantha's down time.
  • Affably Evil: One of few who is literally a monster and yet has a pretty delightful way of going about it.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Adorable, upbeat, and a bit lacking in brain power but certainly not as innocent as she seems.
  • Book Dumb: Deliberately skips the scientific explanation as to how the Super Soldiers work during "Intercepted 2" because she finds it boring. She also thinks "sparkle" is a number.
  • Brainless Beauty: Incredibly though she's proven to be quite the Genius Ditz during a few occasions.
  • Bratty Teenage Daughter
  • Breakout Villain: Hailey was originally going to be a one shot character but became much more fleshed out over time and takes an active part in the story.
  • Charm Person: As the above quote implies, Hailey can lure her victims into temporary trances before draining their nutrients. This is shown once with Corin towards the end of "Invitation" and was likely used a few more times during her period as an executive. Taking off her clothes seems to do the trick for people.
  • Cool and Unusual Punishment: Goes to the Bondage Purgatory as punishment for trying to use Corin, though she treats the whole thing like a fun vacation and breezes through the challenges so quickly they had to completely redesign the system.
  • Cute and Psycho: She's a cute, charming young lady who may take the "manic" of Manic Pixie Dream Girl a little too seriously.
  • Cute Monster Girl: It's not entirely certain as to what Hailey is though its clear she uses sex as a weapon and she harbors the power to secrete toxic enzymes out of her skin with physical contact.
  • Easily Forgiven: Possibly invoked as it's implied Hailey has some method of mind control over people. Corin is aware he's been used by her and still asks her out on a date during "Invitation".
  • Energy Absorption: Is able to drain the nutrients of those she's intimate with, the most common side effect being that they become so tired they can sleep for days. That is, if they aren't killed in the process...
  • Extreme Omnisexual: Confirmed to be pansexual though of a very depraved variety as she seems set on gathering as many partners as possible for her feeding.
  • Fan Disservice: The fact she's an attractive girl whose always up for sex is greatly outweighed by her gruesome appetite.
  • Genius Ditz: She doesn't seem all that bright as shown with her ideas for Evil making no sense and a number of air headed comments. Though being sent to the Bondage Purgatory, which was supposed to be a punishment no one has ever succeeded at, results in her excelling in all the challenges, making everyone her submissive, and getting out in about a day.
    • This is especially prominent in "Intercepted 2" in which she proposes some pretty reasonable ideas as to how the two companies can cooperate peacefully until immediately jumping to writing down sparkle as a number.
  • Genki Girl
  • Going Commando: Doesn't wear underwear the first time she meets Corin which she happily announces.
  • Horror Hunger: Hailey's feeding consists of her having sex with her victims to the point they become comatose or turning them into dissolved, mushy corpses.
  • Informed Attractiveness: Corin describes her as "hot" upon their first meeting and her figure is distracting enough for him to start stuttering through the list of numbers.
  • Instant Expert: Is the first to excel in the nearly impossible Bondage Purgatory. And sure, Hailey has been learning some tips from Melantha for the past few months, but even her amount of skill at being a temporary executive is alarmingly fast. Especially when you consider Corin and Melantha spent years out of their lives just to meet their respective corporation's standards.
  • Lecherous Licking: Licks her lips after devouring the men during the Sex Tea Party.
  • Light Feminine Dark Feminine: The Light to Melantha's Dark. Hailey is far more bubbly and energetic while Melantha is vain and attention seeking.
  • Literal Maneater: Though her "feeding" is not entirely limited to men...
  • Manipulative Bitch: Has little shame in using her charm to seduce her way into someone's pants and their delicious supply of nutrients.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: Is the one who encourages Melantha to become a shareholder for Kakos Industries purely to spite Corin, only to never advise that the shares cannot be sold or taken away which places Melantha in a company she has nothing but disdain for.
  • Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: Hailey has such an off putting and yet rose-colored perspective on life that it makes all of the awful things she describes and does particularly chilling.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: Her kill rate so far, and the violent nature of those murders, makes her a lot more threatening than she seemed previously. "Intercepted 2" is particularly riffed with her proving how violent and controlling she actually is. This is lampshaded later.
    Corin: Do you think… do you think she might be more Evil than us?
    Melantha: No. Of course not. It’s not possible. Maybe. You know, I really don’t want to think about it.
  • Out with a Bang: If she doesn’t simply drain one’s life source to the point of exhaustion, Hailey can disintegrate people if enough of her fluids get on her victim or victims.
  • Perky Female Minion: Is a disciple towards Melantha for some time.
  • Plucky Girl: Hailey just wants to succeed in her Evil and not a single thing that happens can budge her determination.
  • The Pollyanna: To a rather troubling degree. Nothing seems to bother Hailey and she keeps a positive outlook about everything while still causing or being wrapped up in a lot of problems.
  • Really Gets Around
  • Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: The Energetic Girl to Corin's Savvy Guy.
  • Sexual Extortion: Sleeps with Corin in hopes of getting the upper hand in the company and doesn't show much shame in it.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: Will take off her clothes at random just because she can.
  • Shipper on Deck: She thinks Corin and Melantha would be a good couple, much to the embarrassment of the two executives.
  • Smarter Than You Look: Starts off filling the Brainless Beauty trope to a T until "Intercepted 2" comes around and she proves to be deviously intelligent and quite the capable CEO with only a few months worth of instruction from Melantha.
  • Stepford Smiler: Type C. Hailey goes about everything she does with a sunny disposition and yet is still cruel in her own special way.
  • Uncanny Valley Girl: Has an endearing Girl Next Door appeal to her but that is quickly overshadowed by her interesting diet consisting of humans.
  • Unreliable Narrator: Though Corin and Melantha can sometimes be this but are otherwise pretty straightforward about their announcements, Hailey has such an odd way of describing things that a lot of what she says is peppered with unsettling details she merely glosses over with words she finds more appealing. Her calling blood "vein paint" for instance.
  • Valley Girl: Really likes to drag out the word "so", believes Like Is, Like, a Comma, and the only person to use text speak in conversation.

Dirk Cornelius Sexplosion

Voiced by: Anwar Newton
"I’m going to make some robots so motherfucking small and cute that it’s going to give people brain aneurysms!"

The president of Giant Ass Robots to Kick in Your Face who regularly builds and manages a department dedicated to giant, mechanical killing machines. Though he does enjoy his job, Dirk's own personal problems and fondness for the cuter things in life has caused a delay in his work.

  • Adorkable: Very passionate about his work and his admiration of cute things and he has no problem expressing it with vivid descriptions about "precious yips".
  • Affably Evil: Just as much as Corin as Dirk is more openly emotional and has a soft spot for cute and happy things.
  • "Awesome McCool" Name
  • Bad Liar: Corin can tell immediately when Dirk starts to fabricate negative features about his most recent creation.
  • Being Evil Sucks: The first to express grief about his position as an evil robot inventor as it's triggered his own personal shortcomings more than once and barely allows him to make the cuter robots he wants.
  • Bi the Way: In a marriage with two women and one man.
  • Butt-Monkey: Poor guy can't catch a break.
  • Crippling Overspecialization: As smart as Dirk is, he can't quite get around making robots that are of average size. They'll be as functional and self-aware as they need to be, though giving them human traits doesn't end well.
  • Cute Machines: Loves to make smaller bots whose only purpose are to pretty much be mechanical pets such as the My Best Friend Bot and Pom Pom Pup Pup 2000.
  • Cuteness Proximity: Really loves puppies which inspires a number of his other inventions such as the Pom Pom Pup Pup 2000 and the My Best Friend Bot whose sole purpose is to be cute and lovable. This is treated as nothing short of an illness by the company.
  • Digging Yourself Deeper: When pestered about his current inventions lack of evil deeds, he lies about it having a weak color palette which only further angers Corin.
  • Drowning My Sorrows: Normally results to drinking Dark Mega Scotch whenever he becomes depressed.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Adores his spouses and puts plenty of love and care into any of his dogs.
  • Gadgeteer Genius
  • Gone Horribly Right: Dirk's plan to create a robot to take his place while he's occupied with video games entirely backfires as Apple Bottomler becomes a little too well liked by his wives and dog.
  • Happily Married: Married to three people who he all loves dearly.
  • Humongous Mecha: His specialty. So much that making human sized robots tends to end in failure.
  • In Touch with His Feminine Side
  • Large Ham: Dirk can become very passionate about his work at times.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Very open about his emotions and can't help his fondness for incredibly cute things. Especially when it comes to adorable puppies.
  • Robosexual: A good chunk of "Robo-Tango" revolves around his addiction to sex with robots, which is used as an explanation for why he's been Put on a Bus for some time.
  • Serious Business: Dirk takes his robot inventions very seriously, especially if they're cute.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: He's got quite the mouth on him though even he barely scratches the surface of Corin's penchant for swearing.
  • Trauma Conga Line: So far his life has been hitting the shitter, starting with the loss of his beloved puppy and having to watch it be crushed to death by a robot, metaphorically losing his puppy to Apple-Bottomler as well as that of his wives, and having his car fucked in the gas tank.
  • Villainous Friendship: Is one of few Corin considers a close friend.

Grace Rule

"You need to chill."

The contracts manager to Kakos Industries who has worked alongside Corin Deeth I before his death and is currently assisting Corin Deeth III into his period as the CEO. With a high penchant for rules and organization, Grace is equal parts respected and feared by all.

  • Alien Blood: According to Corin Deeth I, Grace doesn't seem to have any actual blood in her veins.
  • Ambiguously Human: Any mentions of Grace's humanity is always shrouded in mystery. Nobody knows what she is or what she used to be in some cases, though it's implied she at least looks humanoid.
  • Behind Every Great Man: Though the past and current executives are fairly competent, it's clear Grace uses her position to uphold a great deal of their success.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Holds an important place in the company for a reason, even if her odd personality traits would make her seem less capable.
  • The Comically Serious
  • Conflicting Loyalty: Grace Rule is an important asset to Kakos Industries and Corin himself, but is also deeply connected to Belladonica which causes her to do things that normally end up putting the company in more peril for the sake of catering to Belladonica's specific needs.
  • Fatal Flaw: Grace's main strength is also one of her weaknesses, as she's willing to do all she can help those she's loyal to. But it just so happens that the one she's always supporting is causing the most problems.
  • Friend to All Children: Is also a wet nurse who takes care of the kids in the daycare. According to Corin, the children are all very fond of her.
  • Hidden Agenda Villain: Exactly what she has planned for Belladonica hasn't been revealed though it's certain she has something in the works that she's concealing from Corin.
  • Honest Advisor: Functions as the occasional pillar of wisdom for Corin and rarely ever sugarcoats her suggestions.
  • Iron Lady
  • Mama Bear: Takes her surrogate parent role over Belladonica very seriously and has been obsessively looking around the building after the child went missing.
  • Meaningful Name: Her last name is Rule and she lives to enforce order any way she can.
  • Nerves of Steel
  • Number Two: To the executives as she upholds most of the activities and initiates swift punishment if events and rules don't go accordingly.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: If Grace can't figure out how to solve a problem via contract or by other means, it's likely all hope is lost. It's especially considered dire if she ends up leaving the company during a crisis after her surrogate daughter ends up causing havoc there.
  • Parental Substitute: A motherly figure to the company and very well acts as one towards Belladonica.
  • Promotion to Parent: Is pretty much Belladonica's adoptive mother as of late.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: The most experienced and trusted person in the company aside from the executives and is easily one of the more intelligent employees despite some of her recurring odd habits.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Is nowhere to be found after Belladonica takes over.
  • The Stoic: Rarely ever expresses emotion to the point Corin is surprised to see a somewhat glum look on her face during "Gloom and Doom."
  • Stuffed into a Trashcan: Does this to the dead bodies that resulted from Helena's past attempts of security effectiveness.
  • Super Strength: Strong enough to carry four human bodies at one time without even needing to drag them.
  • Team Mom: Is a wet nurse for the children in the daycare and is described as being motherly though also emotionally gated.
  • Undying Loyalty Develops a very strong devotion to Belladonica and is quick to be at her aid no matter the circumstance.

Soundman Steven

The head engineer who assists Corin with the broadcasts. Though a man of few words, his tendency to produce erections at inappropriate moments tends to do the talking for him.
  • Alliterative Name: Or at least an alliterative nickname.
  • Almighty Janitor: Steven is merely an engineer though he is far more likely to go beyond the usual responsibilities expected of him, even if he knows he has to put his life in danger to do so.
  • Asexuality: Implied. Steven only loves The Sound.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Is the only employee who attempts to save Corin from his captors but fails miserably.
  • Breakout Character: Given a lot more development as of the third season as his strong relationship with Corin is put into more focus. He also has quite a few interesting hobbies and skills.
  • Break the Cutie: Doesn't take it well when Lady Kiarawa dismantles and sells the recording studio. A lot of items that meant a lot of him were in there, some being custom made, and knowing he'll never have it back brings him to tears.
  • The Chew Toy: Steven often gets pulled into compromising and painful situations normally for the sake of protecting someone else.
  • Distressed Dude: Is nearly killed by the tree coming to life by the end of "Growth". He does get out of it alive thanks to Corin though suffers from a few injuries.
  • Hidden Depths: He has very keen tastes in music.
  • Nice Guy: Doesn't show any real signs of being Evil and is the only one who attempts to save Corin upon his kidnapping. Corin even states that Steven just might be too nice to work at the company.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: He's only ever been addressed as Soundman Steven or simply Soundman while his last name remains unknown.
  • Raging Stiffie: Soundman's erection has persisted from the day Corin's original studio for his corporate announcements was built and is so prodigious Corin feels uncomfortable allowing toddler Belladonnica in the same room with him, even as he acknowledges that one has nothing to do with the other. The episode "Memento Mori" is all about a memorial service for Soundman's penis after it was accidentally shot off in his and Corin's last ditch effort to create enough evil for the Sample Window the previous episode.
  • The Reliable One: Steven is easily the most loyal and caring employee out of a large staff. Corin even states directly that Steven is his most trusted ally, treating Steven more like someone he loves and cares for than just a worker.
  • Running Gag: His very firm erection problem.
  • The Quiet One: Has only ever talked to others off screen and has a rather introverted personality. Even when he's attacked by the living tree, he doesn't utter a single word, let alone a shout of pain.
  • Token Good Teammate: Unlike the other employees who have at least one trait that makes them Evil, Steven appears to be a genuinely selfless, kindhearted person.
  • Troubled Fetal Position: Spends all of the episdoe "Laughter" curled into a ball in his booth due to unknown trauma.

Helena Concutio

Voiced by: Lindsey Forry
"I must protect Corin Deeth."

The Kakos Industries security system created out of a woman obsessively fond of Corin Deeth I. After being accidentally killed, her consciousness was used to create a security system built on protecting Corin Deeth at all costs.

  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: She's supposed to be an efficient security system but she's far more prone to attacking minor threats and trying to kill employees instead.
  • Brain Uploading: The still functioning parts of her brain were used to make the security system sentient.
  • The Bus Came Back: Makes another appearance during "Skirmish" when she offers assistance during the war. She actually proves to be a fairly helpful ally given her array of weaponry.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: A great deal of her attempts at security boil down to this as she goes haywire at the sight of a small animal or a stiff breeze crossing her senses.
  • I Know Karate: Her new robot body is capable of this, at least, according to her.
  • Impossible Hour Glass Figure: Implied to have this in the robot form due to Corin detailing the extreme proportions and curves.
  • Machine Empathy: The program that allows her to shut down is meant to invoke this onto the user.
  • Machine Monotone
  • Ridiculously Human Robots: Helena still has a lot of her humanly desires despite being an A.I and later a robot. Dunkelwissen was even wise enough to give her special parts specifically for sex.
  • Robot Girl: Is turned into one later by Dr. Dunkelwissen, giving mobility and even more chances to ruin things.
  • Robosexual: Corin Deeth I did have sex with her in her mechanical form and his grandson nearly joins, club.
  • Saying Sound Effects Out Loud: Beep. Boop. Bloop. Bangalangadingdong.
  • Stalker with a Crush
  • Verbal Tic: Helena pronounces the "Ed" at the end of past tense verbs as their own syllable.
  • Yandere: Had an obsessive crush on Corin Deeth I which made her a fitting choice for the system to begin with. But perhaps a little too good.


"Bros don't do that, bro."

A young man specifically hired to be Corin's friend. Despite having a girlfriend and some complications with his relationship with her, Brosephus seems to have no other qualities to his person as well as a repetitive method of bonding with his new companion.

  • Berserk Button: The only time he's shown to be upset is when the relationship with his girlfriend is threatened, making him mad enough to fight Corin.
  • Bros Before Hoes: Subverted. Brosephus cares enough about his relationship with his girlfriend that the chance of it being ruined makes him angry enough to become violent.
  • Bromantic Foil: Is meant to be this for Corin.
  • The Ditz: From what's been heard from him, he doesn't come off as particularly intelligent, almost hollow in most of his comments and interests.
  • Flat Character: Invoked so much that Corin is convinced that Brosephus is out for something and that his simple nature could just be an act. He only has a few signs of any actual depth but even a kick to his skull is enough for him to return to his senses.
  • Hidden Depths: Has a girlfriend who he cares a lot about and has some insecurities over whether or not he's doing enough for her. He also seems willing to admit to his personal problems once he's comfortable enough with someone.
  • Mellow Fellow: His incredibly simple nature is likely the main reason he was picked to be Corin's friend. But Corin learns the hard way that even someone as laid back as Brosephus will turn violent once his Berserk Button is pressed.
  • Totally Radical: His lingo closely resembles that of a surfer.
  • Verbal Tic: Brosephus says "bro" a lot, bro.

Dr. Dunkelwissen

A scientist who works for the whole of Kakos Industries and not any particular division. He is among few employees whose Evil levels are particularly high, allowing him all the freedom he desires to cater a number of individual projects.

  • Card-Carrying Villain: Dunkelwissen obtained his current position due to having a higher degree of Evil than other employees.
  • Child Hater: According to Corin, he has a large distaste for children.
  • Evil Genius: From what's been seen of him, he's intelligent enough to be a mostly independent employee and knows how to experiment with robotics and human genes.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Not part of the Division of Giant Ass Robots though he certainly knows his way around inventing.
  • I Work Alone: He's a fully independent worker whose whereabouts are left ambiguous to everyone. It's even questioned if Dunkelwissen truly cares about the company or if he just does everything for his own benefits.
  • Mad Scientist: His specialty pretty much involves tampering around with about anything he wants. His current project involves him taking the used dishes and pieces of hair from workers.
  • Morally Ambiguous Doctorate
  • Omnidisciplinary Scientist: Known formally as a scientist though what his exact field of study is hasn't entirely been classified. All that's known is that he's pretty well rounded in engineering and perhaps biology.
  • Robosexual: Upon making Helena into a robot, he greatly exaggerated her proportions which actually turns out to be trademark for his other bots.
  • Slept Through the Apocalypse: The company he works for is in complete turmoil, but Dr. Dunklewissen is content with staying cooped up in his lab and not getting involved. The little input he offers is upgrading Helena whenever she gets badly damaged, though it seems he's only doing it to cater to his robot fetish.

Manager and Technician

Voiced by: Sean Hennesy and Mike Hennesy
Manager: Are you telling me we might lose verisimilitude?
Technician: Well, sir, it’s a possibility, but if things get weird, that will of course include Denny. So Denny might not even notice. Things should normalize…. now.

Two men who regularly manage the artificial intelligence "Denny". They sometimes interrupt the broadcast with a random argument or problem managing the system that keeps "Denny" running but are otherwise left rather vague in terms of their true identities.

  • All There in the Script: Reading the transcripts hints at who they actually are, though they are only known by their positions rather than by actual names.
  • And Now For Something Completely Different: They always interrupt at random and often right as Corin is in the process of unveiling something new from the Division of Incredibly Boring Things.
  • Cool and Unusual Punishment: For the times they interfere with "Denny", they are punished with having to do community service.
  • Interface Screw: They occasionally interrupt the broadcast, causing the audio to dip for a bit before returning back to the original announcements a few minutes later.
  • Nervous Wreck: The Technician can get worked up very easily and has gone on panicked ramblings more than once.
  • No Name Given: Neither of them have an official name yet are only known by their professions.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Technician is much more erratic than the normally calm and sensible Manager. Not that either of them seem all that sane to begin with...
  • Those Two Guys


"Honestly, you might as well be a vegetable for all the good your actions will do. There’s nothing like going against the infinite cosmos, Corin. You can only lose."

A disgusting experiment who lives in a den deep down in the company building. Though capable of speaking and apparently a Star Craft expert, he much prefers to stay inside of his private little home eating and masturbating to his heart's content.

  • A Date with Rosie Palms: He finds no purpose to existence beyond bringing himself to orgasm.
  • Big Eater: His den reeks of cheese puffs and the only way to get him to shut up for a few minutes is to give him a drum of peanut butter.
  • Big Red Devil: His description resembles this as he is about thirty feet tall, reddish, and has a few horns jutting out of his body. The fact that he lives in a cave deep beneath the company makes him seem all the more satanic.
  • Evil Laugh: Mwa HA HAAAAA!
  • Food as Bribe: Being offered food seems to be the only way to keep him quiet.
  • Gag Penis: Junior is, inappropriately so, prideful of his huge member and can't help boasting about it.
  • Gonk
  • Jerkass: He berates Corin with a plethora of insults and deliberately interrupts the announcements to talk about his penis just to be annoying. When he does propose a plan to help stop Lady Kiarawa he only does it in hopes Corin is killed in the process.
  • Large Ham: Prefers to speak in booming linguistics and would probably be giving gleefully nihilistic speeches all day if his mouth wasn't coated in peanut butter.
  • Insufferable Genius: Hails himself the most intelligent creature in existence who relishes in the bitter meaninglessness of life, despite being a major Know-Nothing Know-It-All. Though he shows few signs of his supposed genius, he constantly brags about his superior intellect anyway while laughing at the current travesty undergoing the company.
  • Pet the Dog: After being a huge nuisance for the past few months, he eventually starts to soften up and admits that he's always found Corin to be like family.
  • Robosexual: He thinks Helena is hot, even though his first time seeing her is when she's practically walking scrapmetal.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Junior is merely a monster that lives on the lower levels of Kakos Industries, so unimportant that he has no binds to keep him from leaving his den, but is also an incredibly smug asshole who fancies himself an Evil mastermind.
  • Straw Nihilist: He could really care less about the outside world or anything going on in the company, thus he resigns in his cave to constantly masturbate instead of put any use to his supposedly impressive intelligence. But according to him, the world just isn't ready for his talents.
    There’s nothing out there, Corin. You’re such an idiot. Everything outside is a frail shadow compared to the power of my mind. I’ve imagined better worlds than this just to keep my mind occupied while I’m on the toilet, Corin.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Has softened up by the end the arc as he's befriended Corin, Brosephus, and Steven and joins them to play games in a lounge.
  • Villainous Glutton

King Leopold

Voiced by: Andrew Bueker
"I represent masses, Corin. The Kingdom of Evilon knows no boundaries. It would be great if we could get wireless Internet, though."

The king of Evilon who is in search of a worthy queen to share his riches with. Though "queen" may not be the correct word...He and Corin have had a history together of "playing swords" together.

  • Abhorrent Admirer: Corin admits that he finds Leopold to be incredibly handsome and clearly enjoyed having sex with him, though Leeopold's pushiness about his attraction is a little off putting.
  • Aristocrats Are Evil
  • Body Horror: His procedures to prevent himself from dying involve taking bits and pieces of his concubines and using it to "plug up" the holes in his body.
  • Camp Gay: Mostly downplayed. Leopold has no obvious interest women and has had sex with Corin prior to his official introduction. He's more of a gay Large Ham with an eloquent vocabulary.
  • The Casanova: A helplessly romantic man who showers Corin with endearments such as "darling", "dove" and "my sweet" while prompting they get married and rule Evilon together.
  • Eating the Eye Candy: Really enjoys talking about Corin's impressive behind.
    You, with that round and firm bottom that will never give a ruler a moment of peace. That bottom that cries out to me in my dreams. Begging for the crown jewels…
  • Evil Overlord: Is the ruler of Evilon and still abides to old-timey royalty traditions, despite it being a current timeline. Despite this, he comes off as rather Affably Evil and is respected by his people.
  • Fanfare: A pretty loud one, too.
  • Large Ham: Fitting for a king, Leopold has a very lively way of speaking.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: Has plenty of royal riches which he has no problem throwing around if it pleases him.
  • Secretly Dying: He's apparently dying of a mysterious illness but hasn't told Corin until the last minute. He seems to be using it more as a bribe to guilt trip Corin into having sex with him again.

    Rivals and Enemies 

Melantha Murther

Voiced by: Rebecca Ryan, Kim Aielo in Episode 46
"You have no idea what this body can do, Corin. I’m like a sexual Swiss Army Knife. I ruin men."

The CEO of (insert loud grating wind here) who is the main competitor of Kakos Industries. Melantha constantly tries to out do the company though specifically Corin if she isn't having constant sex or modifying her body to enhance her sex appeal.

  • A Day in the Limelight: The "Intercepted" episodes center around her announcements.
  • Alliterative Name
  • Attention Whore: Melantha has too big of an ego to let it be contained and will show off and butt into things any way she finds possible.
  • Ax-Crazy: Once killed a woman right after taking her DNA mostly for no other reason other than the joy of murdering someone. Her company also takes part in a lot of violet practices and festivals.
  • Bad Boss: Melantha may be successful at her Evil, though she certainly does it at the expense of her employees and shareholders being regularly abused by her.
  • The Baroness: The Sexpot variety. She's dominant, intimidating, and relishes in her Evil any chance she can.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: Really wants to be the biggest threat to Coirn's life though she mostly just functions as an annoyance.
  • Big Eater: Eats about all the food offered at the Shareholder's Ball in a single round.
  • Boring Insult: Out of one of many insults she has for Corin, Boring Deeth is a pretty common one.
  • Break the Haughty: Owning stock in Kakos Industries doesn't do well for her usually overflowing arrogance. By "Intercepted 2", she's chugging down strawberry ice cream while longing around in a bathrobe during work hours and not taking responsibility as CEO for weeks.
  • Buffy Speak: For someone of her expertise, Melantha lacks a broad sexual vocabulary and tends to say "stuff" and "things" as descriptive words.
  • Buxom Is Better: Especially when you have, supposedly, perfect breasts injected into your system and the idea of a third one is still an option.
  • Card-Carrying Villain
  • Competition Freak: Anything Kakos Industries does, she feels the need to compete with in some form, normally blatantly impersonating them with supposed enhancements.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive
  • Cybernetics Eat Your Soul: Done so willingly to update her appearance as well as enhance her abilities to give and receive pleasure. She's been described to have some visible wires as well as a cybernetic eye, hinting at a likely inhuman/superhuman nature.
  • Depraved Bisexual: Gets off to humiliating men and making people fight to the death to be an addition to her harem. Then she purposely lures Hailey to her company for extensive sex after being impressed by the girl's violent abilities.
  • Dissonant Laughter: Let's out a very unsettling laugh after seeing Hailey consume the men at the Sex Tea Party.
  • Does Not Like Spam: She hates strawberry ice cream and yet has been eating tubs of neapolitan as Comfort Food for a few weeks.
  • Electronic Eyes: Has one cybernetic eye.
  • Evil Laugh: Melantha just loves to let out a devious cackle any chance she can.
  • Evil Is Petty: Doesn't really have to interrupt the shareholder announcements, she just does because it amuses her and she feels the little deeds of Evil in life are equally important.
  • Eviler Than Thou: Is desperate to prove how much more evil her company's achievements are than Kakos Industries.
  • Fatal Flaw: Pride. Melantha isn't at all unintelligent or incompetent in her field but is so obsessed with beating Corin she ends up putting her own needs before that of the company and having it suffer for her blunders.
  • Foil: Plays off Corin as being almost his exact opposite. While Corin is more calm, contemplative, and private, Melantha is boisterous, obnoxious, and always out for glory.
  • Friendly Enemy: Her and Corin Deeth I had an incredibly flirty relationship with one another unlike the current one she has with his grandson that's an odd combination of saturated lust and hatred.
  • Honey Trap: This was pretty much her job when she worked for General Evil years ago as means to distract Corin Deeth I during his work. Corin Deeth I was so smitten by her, he wasn't bothered by it at all, which is much different than how his grandson feels about Melantha's excessive meddling and flirting.
  • I Meant to Do That: Melantha never allows herself to be taken off guard for a second and constantly puts on a facade of knowing what's she doing even if it couldn't be farther from the truth. It's only when her need to jump to actions first and the consequences later bites her in the butt that it makes her depressed.
  • The Immodest Orgasm: Makes an...interesting noise when she gets a little too deep into her sexual fantasy.
  • In Love with Your Carnage: Becomes quickly sexually enamored by Hailey after seeing just how violent the girl's abilities are.
  • Insult Backfire: Corin learns very quickly that actually trying to insult Melantha is a bit difficult:
    Corin: You are the worst.
    Melantha: Oh, thank you.
    Corin: I didn’t mean… Never mind.
  • It's All About Me
  • Jerkass: Can be immature to an almost childish degree, has little respect for any of her employees, and generally too self-centered to admit to any of her faults.
  • Laughably Evil: Her haughtiness and general lack of sanity makes her quite the silly villain, though this doesn't mean she isn't a threat.
  • Light Feminine Dark Feminine: The Dark to Hailey's Light. She's far more vain and demanding in comparison to the always perky and flexible Hailey.
  • Meaningful Name: Her name often translates to "dark flower"-beautiful but malevolent.
  • Never My Fault: Blames others for her failures rather than her own petty ambitions and constant need to usurp people clouding her logic.
  • Older Than They Look: Given the fact she uses surgery to constantly update her appearance, it would be no surprise that she obsesses over looking youthful despite likely not being much older than Corin. But this trope is played straight when you consider she had a similarly flirty relationship with Corin Deeth I during the sixties, marking her as not only surpassing him upon his death but existing far before the man's grandson was even born.
  • Proud Beauty
  • Psychopathic Woman Child: Despite being a grown woman, she normally results to childish mannerisms to tease Corin and still enjoys tea parties, even if the whole intention is sexual.
  • Really Gets Around: Which is saying something given how well sexed everyone else is.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl
  • She's Got Legs: As Corin describes them, they're distratingly curvaceous.
  • Saying Sound Effects Out Loud
    The little death will soon kill you... just a little. Wink.
  • Smug Snake: Incredibly. Melantha is about as smart and capable as Corin but is so petty and self-important she ends up messing up her own plans.
  • Soundtrack Dissonance: An interesting detail about her Leitmotif is how oddly classy it is. It includes far less synthesizers than Corin's, being swapped out for piano and a low, mature backtrack that heavily clashes with her personality.
  • Stripperiffic: Her dress during the Sex Tea Party, with all the "wholesome bits removed."
  • Stylistic Suck: Not intentionally on her part though her announcements are so obviously made up on the spot and hastily conducted, along with loud construction occurring in the background throughout, that they rarely top the originals in effort or quality.
  • The Tease: Is always bragging about her sexual history and physical modifications as attempts to arouse and anger Corin without the promise of actual sex.
  • Technician vs. Performer: The Performer to Corin's Technician.
  • Throne Made of X: Is very fond of sitting on piles of men she's currently having her way with.
  • Too Important to Walk: Will ocassionally be shown having her body weight supported by groups of men. If they aren't her seat, she'll insist they carry her around.
  • Tsundere: So much towards Corin.
    I would be embarrassed to submit to you...And feel things...for you.
  • Villain Has a Point: Cuts off Corin's gloating during "Intercepted 2" when she points out that her company falling apart would majorly cripple him as well.
  • Villain with Good Publicity: Even those who are shareholder's for Kakos Industries show fondness for her much to Corin's displeasure.
  • Vocal Evolution: In-Universe. One of the first things Corin notices about her is that "her voice changed again" when she's introduced in "Heartbeats". Along with her appearance, she's willing to alter her voice as well for the sake of Evil. Though it's unknown how often she's done this, her current voice is vastly different than the one she had during the sixties.
  • Walking Spoiler: Namely after "Space Race", it's revealed that Melantha has much deeper roots with the Deeth lineage than first presumed. So much that she was even in cahoots with Corin Deeth I before his grandson was even born.

Vlad llyich Raskolnikov RasPutLenin

Voiced by: Fareed Bailey
"That is correct. There is no hope in DarkMegaUSSR. There is only Evil. Everyone does Evil. Everyone waits in line for Evil. Everyone is Secret Evil Police. "

The Premier of the DarkMegaUSSR who worked during the Cold War as the non-capitalist adversary to the company. Though presumed dead, he turns out to be alive and relocated on Mars with a not so small grudge towards the American counterpart.

  • Bullying a Dragon: Vlad is well aware that Kakos Industries is a threat but chooses to gloat and threaten Corin anyway only to have his plan completely fail in the end.
  • The Bus Came Back: After being gone for some time, there's a look at his past self during "Space Race" when he gets a call from Corin Deeth I.
  • The Chessmaster: Clearly a little out of it though Vlad seems smart enough to know to send a missile at Kakos Industries eight months prior and successfully infiltrated their computer systems even if it did ultimately backfire.
  • Dirty Communists
  • Evil Laugh: Let's out a pretty extravagant one after he believes his missile destroys the company.
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Goodbye, Mr. Deeth.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Comes off as falsely considerate and polite, even addressing Corin as Mr. Deeth the entire time when giving threats about blowing him up.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: Back when Corin Deeth I was still CEO, Vlad was merely a chairmen of the DarkMegaKGB who occasionally answered phone calls. When Corin Deeth III is CEO, Vlad has risen to being the Premier and is much more openly angry and violent than before with an obvious grudge.
  • Large Ham: Vlad can slip into the dramatics at times during his speeches.
  • Named After Somebody Famous: Oh where to start...
  • Overly Long Name
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: Holds a strong hatred for capitalism and believes that the communist approach to Evil is far more efficient since it’s not an option to take part in it and all sense of free will or allegiance is nonexistent.
  • Punny Name: His name manages to be a mash up of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Rasputin, and Vladimir Putin.
  • Voicemail Confusion: Hilariously subverted during "Space Race".
    Hello. You have reached Vladimir Illyich Raskolnikov RasputLenin, Chariman of the DarkMegaKGB. This is not an answering machine. This is just how I answer phone.

Dark Mother Belladonica/Karawack Handy/The Lady Kiarawa the Karawitch Belladonn Handelia

"It’s not time yet."
The daughter of an employee born last year but showing signs of enhanced growth physically and mentally compared to that of the other children. Her above average intelligence and natural skills in Evil has worked her into a special place in the company to the point she might possibly be the next to inherit Kakos Industries when she is of age.
  • Anti-Villain: Belladonica is very much a Card-Carrying Villain like everyone else, so much that her skills in Evil are too dangerous and she is rarely ever allowed to be around normal people. But her need to defeat Corin is namely to assist the Sudodilatese and use the power of the corporation to their benefits.
  • Arc Villain: Towards the end of season two.
  • Ax-Crazy: One of the main reasons Belladonica is such a threat is that she lacks any sort of restraint on her violent desires and takes a lot of satisfaction in causing people mental and physical misery. Even compared to about everyone else who commits violent actions on a regular basis, she's a cold-hearted sadist.
  • Bad Boss: She's a malicious ruler once anointing herself Chief Evil Officer of the company. Though Corin and Melantha could be less than understanding of their clientele at their worst, Belladonica takes advantage of her power to work her employees to suicidal despair.
  • Bifauxnen: Blossomed into an attractive woman with a slender figure and short haircut, giving her a slightly masculine appearance.
  • Big Bad: As of the season two finale and season three premiere, she has worked herself into being the biggest threat. Especially after taking control of the corporation, she has all but destroyed any hope left and relishes in sadistic glee of all the chaos she's caused.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Acts rather cordial during "Polite Conversation" as her and Corin have a discussion and comes to terms about her lack of a prophecy to follow. She even gives him a friendly kiss on the cheek before wishing him goodnight. Cue a few weeks later where she infiltrates the corporation anyway, makes herself Chief Evil Executive, and torments Kakos Industries for her own amusement.
  • Blood from the Mouth: Coughs up a lot of blood after being stabbed in the ribs.
  • Boyish Short Hair: The older Belladonica takes up this hairstyle, Corin describing it as "dystopian sci-fi" short.
  • Break Them by Talking: Whatever it is she's saying to the employees implies this effect.
  • Broken Ace: Is treated as the ultimate successor to Corin and is fawned with praise even from the highest authority figures. She is naturally talented, though went through a lot to get that way, and constantly struggles with loneliness.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Relishes each and every second of how cruel she is, and the executive board eats it up. She's considered the incarnation of Evil by many and has no problem showing that off.
  • The Chessmaster: She always seems to have something planned to defeat and discourage Corin at every turn. Her first impressive feat could date back to when she was a child and kept the secrets of the contraption hidden, only to use it later as her greatest weapon during the war. She's also manipulated the executive system and uses every ounce of her power to pry into projects she knows Corin cares about just to mess with him.
  • Child Prodigy: Placed in this position above the other children as her skills in Evil greatly outweigh the others.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: Becomes Chief Evil Officer, placing her in the same level of power as Corin for a few months. Though this is what she wanted the whole time, she eventually starts to hate the job and gladly accepts Corin killing her.
  • Creepy Child: Is already capable of knowing a great degree of Evil and casually picks apart projects that reduce employees to a state of misery.
  • Cryptic Conversation: Though it's majorly Corin reading off notes she has written, the exchange they have is him trying to comprehend the mysterious prophecy she wants to fulfill.
  • Depraved Bisexual: She breaks up the adored lesbian couple specifically so she could romance Maggie.
  • Distaff Counterpart: Towards Corin though it's not as obvious until episdoe forty-four when it's revealed she was raised to defeat Corin and take control of the company for the benefit of her subordinates. The two also share a lot of similarities such as spending all their lives studying so they can replace somebody else, having limited parental guidance, and, almost literally in Belladonica's case, growing up too fast.
  • Dragon-in-Chief: Belladonica clearly has a place of authority but even she is shown to be taking orders from somebody else that has yet to be revealed.
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: Described to be of an incredibly pale complexion with black hair.
  • Enfant Terrible
  • Entitled to Have You: Has an eerie fascination with Corin. She seems to be this way with anyone she pursues as she plucks Maggie away from Kimmie simply because she feels like it.
  • Eviler Than Thou: The main point of the deprecating monologue she gives Corin.
    You could have been so much, but you are nothing. Your forces could never hope to defeat mine. Your brand of Evil has no chance against the dark truths that I express with my every action.
  • Face Death with Dignity: Is stabbed in the ribs by Corin and vomits a lot of blood in the process. Despite this, she still manages to hold a conversation with him for possibly a few hours before walking away, likely bleeding to death someplace else.
  • Fan Disservice: For obvious reasons, Corin can't help but be freaked out by Lady Kiarawa and often comments that the thought of her having sex, even with other attractive woman, makes him physically ill. Doesn't help that she insists on sending photos of her sexual endeavors.
  • Fatal Flaw: Cruelty. During "Salvage" it's shown that even though Lady Kiarawa is plenty Evil and has the aggressive approach that most of the corporation wants, her specialty in being intimidating only draws attention to her lack of actual leadership skills. She understands the "corrupt" part of being a Corrupt Corporate Executive just fine, though is overwhelmed by the level of responsibility and work it takes to actually run a successful Evil, Inc.. And since she's driven Corin underground and scared off Grace Rule, she has no one to rely on for advice.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Any slight glimmer of kindness from her is not to be trusted. She almost seems genuinely polite, if a bit morally jaded at first, until it's revealed that she was taking advantage of Corin's sympathy and found a way to take control of the company by her own means.
  • Hope Crusher: One of her many, many talents.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Seems to have the ability to mentally torment people, float and/or fly, and break a number of light bulbs just by crying.
  • I Have Many Names: When asked if her name is Belladonica, she responds that she hasn't gone by that name in some time.
  • Kick the Dog: Does this repeatedly with Corin who she torments by picking apart projects and messing with people she knows he cares about.
  • Knight of Cerebus: While the other enemies introduced are threatening but otherwise a bit more comical due to their lack of sanity being played for laughs, Belladonica has far less comedic moments surrounding her. She's also the first to have her plans of conquest over the company succeed and puts even Corin and Grace in a tight spot as her older and more developed Evil state proves overwhelming even for them.
  • Mad Artist: A talented one though she does tend to make great use of finger painting along the walls of the company, even in areas that shouldn't be capable of reach for a little girl. As an adult, she takes up walking around naked while coated in black paint, making imprints of her body against the walls to create haunting images of herself for the employees to gawk at in horror.
    Corin: She also took to painting the walls again, but now she would walk down the halls naked and dripping with black paint, just dripping all over the fucking carpet, before pressing her flesh into the walls, leaving behind impressions of her body everywhere. These paintings were of seductive poses, of power poses. Poses that intimidated and marked her territory. Poses that seemed to watch you as you walked through the halls. She bent and contorted her body to leave haunting faces on the walls and other unsettling abstract imagery.
  • Martyr Without a Cause: Is willing to do all she can to fulfill the expectations of her kind and yet ends up not being the destined Usuper after all. This becomes especially troubling when it's considered she'll likely be killed if she doesn't comply.
  • Mood Ring Eyes: According to "Babysit", her eyes can change color whenever she's particularly upset.
  • No Social Skills: Doesn't relate to the other children in the daycare and struggles with developing any friendships, making her more prone to loneliness.
  • One Bad Mother: Takes up adding the title "dark mother" to her new name after casting aside the title "Karawack".
  • Overly Long Name
  • Parental Abandonment: Belladonica's mother seems to have disappeared, leaving her to be catered to by Grace Rule in the mean time.
  • Rapid Aging: Became a three year old in the course of a year. It's later explained that Belladonica's aging patterns are linked to her being inside of a time chamber that causes her to grow at a different pace. In reality, she has lived as long as Corin has and now looks and acts like an adult.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Gives Corin a fairly long and critical analysis about his inadequate Evil and how weak his corporation is. This ends up taking a turn when she starts to berate herself, admitting that she hated being an executive and gladly accepts Corin killing her.
  • The Runaway: Ran away in tears after failing to kill Corin and has been missing ever since. When she does return, it's revealed that she retreated to the Psuedo-Dialtion chamber.
  • Sadist: It becomes more and more obvious overtime that Belladonica derives a lot of personal enjoyment from causing people misery.
  • Self-Disposing Villain: Somewhat. Kiarawa doesn't kill herself, though she doesn't put up a fight when Corin stabs her, insisting that the knife stay inside of her body while she vomits blood.
  • She Is All Grown Up
  • She Cleans Up Nicely: Turns out to be quite pretty with a nice dress on instead of a big cloak which Corin points out when they go to dinner together.
  • Smoking Is Not Cool: When she's found smoking a cigarette, the company acknowledges that it's Evil but in poor taste and decide to punish her by giving her colorful clothing.
  • Terse Talker: Doesn't normally speak due to language barriers though her written notes and few bits of dialogue are short and blunt sentences.
  • The Only One Allowed to Defeat You: Is dead-set on being the one who brings an end to the Skeyoo, that being Corin...
  • Time Abyss: Due to living in the Psuedo-Dilation chamber most of her life, her, and who she calls the Sudodilatese, trapped inside age on a linear plain.
  • Tiny Tyrannical Girl
  • Tyke-Bomb: Her backstory in "Psuedo-Dialation" show that her upbringing is fully built on being a merciless foe loyal to pursuing Evil any way possible.
  • Tyrant Takes the Helm: Takes full control of Kakos Industries and has been breaking it apart from the inside for over a month now. She so terrifying, Corin and his subordinates are forced to retreat for their safety.
  • The Unchosen One: She very well Jumped at the Call at being the Usurper though realizes as of "Polite Conversation" that she does not fit all the requirements and that this isn't her destiny after all. Not that it's going to stop her from trying...
  • Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: She's highly intelligent for a child her age and can't relate to any of the children without completely brainwashing them to her bidding. But at the same time, she takes part in activities like finger painting and immediately starts crying when her plan to kill Corin doesn't work.
  • The Usurper: Her expertise at such a young age makes her a likely contender for the next CEO and she's more than willing to devise elaborate schemes to kill Corin. Episode forty-four emphasizes this destined role she has taken up, claiming herself as the one and only Usurper who will "topple the Skeyoo".
  • Villain Exit Stage Right: Subverted. Kiarawa is given a fatal wound by the end of the arc and lies about going to an infirmary to get it checked. No one has seen her since as she likely bled to death someplace else.
  • Villain with Good Publicity: Belladonica's immense Evil has earned the respect of the executive board, which becomes a problem when she becomes Chief Evil Officer and a great chunk of the company is willing to take her side over Corin's.
  • Walking Spoiler: Especially after "Pseudo-Dilation".
  • Wham Line: A great deal of anything she shares with Corin during "Pseudo-Dilation" is this.
    I am the Usper, the one who shall topple the Skeeyo, the commander of the Kakos. I shall harness the Kakos and use it for the benefit of all the Sudodilatese.
  • Yandere: Has some shades of this towards Corin.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Subverted. It's actually Belladonica who will be killed if she doesn't go through with the plan.


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