The founder of the KAS and leader of Division A.
- Authority Equals Asskicking: He's easily the strongest member of Division A (maybe even in the whole KAS) and he's The Leader.
- Badass Boast: Delivers one to Talzo in "Jetting Across The Ice".Kirby: You think you can beat me with a few months of training? The one who destroyed Nightmare, Dark Matter, Zero (twice), Marx, Dark Mind, Drawcia, Dark Nebula, and Galacta Knight?Talzo: ...ooooooh crap...
Kirby: So, once again, you think you can beat my squad of some of the strongest Kirbies in Dream Land with a few friends and a bit of monthly training?Talzo: STOP PICKING HOLES IN ALL OF MY LOGIC!!
- And another one a few pages later:
Kirby: I was able to beat you when I was little more than just a kid, what makes you think you can take me on now that I'm older, have eight friends with me, and nine clones on my side?
- He also gives one to Master Green.
- Break Them by Talking: He manages to wear out Talzo's sanity by pointing out all of the holes in his plan in "Jetting Across The Ice".
- Character Development: Becomes more serious as the comic progresses though he eventually decides he's being a bit too serious.
- Clean Cut: He once sliced an attack from Talzo in half.
- Heroes Prefer Swords: His stored ability is Sword.
- The Leader: of Division A.
- Nice Guy: Wouldn't be Kirby if he weren't this trope.
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Likes dealing these out.
- While fighting Ignis Unis, Kirby criticizes him for his stupid and petty motive.
- Soon after, when Talzo shows up to fight him, Kirby deliver the Badass Boast above, where he points out how Talzo can't possibly hope to beat him and his squad.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The more serious blue to Keito's laid-back red.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: As the comic progressed, he became more serious, angrier and grumpier. Eventually, he realizes that and decided to stop being too serious.
The second-in-command of Division A, Keito is rather impulsive, yet also laid back and fairly sarcastic at the same time.
- Cloudcuckoolander / The Ditz: Shows it at times. When he sees Shadik and Shat'l in the forest having conversation, he yells it's a sign of apocalypse for no real reason. Also, somehow he came up with an idea that Shadik tried to tell that Kiina turned into bananas! Also, he tried to fix the damaged ceiling with superglue...and ended up being glued to it in "Escape!".
- Deadpan Snarker: One of his defining character traits.Keito (when Caiya asks him to use the Spark Orb): You want me to use it?! FINE! (throws Spark Orb in not-Caiya's face) There, I used it.
- Killed Off for Real: Gets stabbed in the back and killed by Zykan in "Infiltration". His clone later gets killed in the exact same way.
- The Lancer: Contrasts Kirby by being less serious and more fun-loving.
- Number Two: He's the second-in-command of Division A.
- Odd Friendship: He befriends NAVO at one point and convinces him to pull a HeelFace Turn.
- Plucky Comic Relief
- Shock and Awe: His stored ability is Beam.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Bananas, apparently.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The laid-back red to Kirby's more serious blue.
- An Ice Person: Her stored ability is Ice.
- The Ditz: When she's in her stupid personality.
- Nice Girl: In the comic, she was shown to be very friendly.
- The Smart Guy: Half the time, at least.
- Split Personality: She has two personalities, one is cheerful and intelligent, the other is essentially a child.
- Trademark Favorite Food: DONUTS!!
- Berserk Button: DO NOT harm Saia. If Kaxo finds out you did, you will most surely regret it.
- Blood Knight: One of his defining traits. In the first segment, he provokes Vezo into fighting him so he'll have something to do and, in The Beginning he goes to help Kirby battle against Galacta Knight simply because he enjoyss fighting.Kaxo: I like fighting. I don't care what it's about.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He doesn't bully Kirbies for the fun of it, he does it to get them to prove themselves.
- Playing with Fire: His stored ability is Fire.
- Pyro Maniac: He's a blood knight, and he has a stored ability of fire, so it shouldn't come as a surprise.
- Sociopathic Hero: See Blood Knight.
- What Measure Is a Non-Kirby?: While he's not okay with killing Kirbies, as shown in Master of Puppets, he sees no problem with attacking or even killing non-Kirby species just for the heck of it. Lampshaded by not-Kaxo.Not-Kaxo: Strangely enough, I don't think any of [the stuff about trying to prove Kirbies themselves] applies to non-Kirbies. You loved fighting the minibosses in the Old Tower, and blew up NAVO. You also burned Mirror Kirby's pet alive, and beat up innocents in Pumpkin Grand... you should work on that.
- Drives Like Crazy: And he complains about Saia's driving...
- Non-Action Guy: Prefers mostly to stay in the background.
- Only Sane Man: He's probably the most level-headed out of all his teammates.
- Shock and Awe: His stored ability is Plasma.
- The Smart Guy: Shares this spot with Caiya and Shat'l. He's the member of the team who usually formulates a plan.
- The Strategist: Usually the one who gets everyone organized when they're in a pickle.
A kirby from the Mirror World who serves as a liaison between that and the KAS. He has ability to teleport himself and others via his Shadow Jump technique.
- Big Damn Heroes: At one point in To The Tower he defeated Wiz and freed the other Division A members, all in three seconds.
- Dark Is Not Evil: He may be a shadow kirby, but he's definitely not evil.
- Rule of Cool: His Shadow Jump. As Kirby puts it:Kirby: It's pretty much teleportation, only it looks cooler.
- The Speechless: Doesn't ever talk. At one point Shat'l makes his thoughts visible for a brief period so the readers can understand him.
- Suddenly Voiced: He briefly gains the ability to speak after swallowing the Shadow Orb.
- Those Two Guys: He's usually seen with Shat'l.
The healer for Division A. She's a kindhearted soul who always wants to help others, though not enough that it makes her incompetent.
- Combat Medic: Step out of line, and you'll receive a hefty beating from her parasol.
- The Chick
- Drives Like Crazy: Never let her ride a Warp Star! Raize learned it the hard way. Not that he's better driver.
- Nice Girl: Probably the nicest person in Division A.
- Parasol of Pain: Her stored ability is Parasol.
- Technical Pacifist: She may be a medic, but that doesn't mean she isn't above fighting when necessary. She still tries to avoid fighting whenever possible, though.
The newest recruit for Division A and the most frequent target of Kaxo's hostility.
- Battle Boomerang / Weaponized Headgear: His stored ability is Cutter.
- Butt-Monkey: Often the target of Kaxo's bullying and other mishaps. He has been getting better though.
- Mysterious Past: So far we've met two Gims who apparently knew him at one point. One of them currently works for Talzo.
- Tagalong Kid: The newest recruit to Division A.
A psychic with the power to see the future. Despite being an adviser to all of the KAS he primarily works with Division A.
- All Your Powers Combined: Shat'l gathers the power of everyone the KAS has ever helped and gives it to Kirby during the Final Battle.
- Big Damn Heroes: Really, if not for Shat'l doing the "All Your Powers Combined" thing mentioned above, Kirby would have been crushed by Miracle Matter.
- Fourth-Wall Observer: He and Shadik are aware that they're in a fictional world.
- Non-Action Guy: Shat'l's fragile body causes him to have to stay behind on most missions.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: He freaks out when he learns he didn't forsee Keito's death in "Infiltration".
- Psychic Powers: The most notable thing about him, which range from predicting the future to looking into people's minds.
- Secret Keeper: He knew about Nameless' mission to find and capture Fune, but kept it secret so he could catch him.
- The Smart Guy: Largely due to his psychic powers.
- Squishy Wizard: He doesn't leave the base very often, due to being in a fragile physical state. This was caused by the process he had to go through to become a psychic, which forced him to shed his outer layer of skin.
- Those Two Guys: He can usually be seen with Shadik.
Other KAS Members
The director of the Kirby Adventure Squad and a past friend of Kirby.
- Big Good: Due to being the Director of the KAS.
- Heroic BSoD: She does not take learning that she kicked an innocent person from the KAS well.
- Supporting Leader: The head of the entire KAS.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: She's shown to be much more laid back in the flashbacks, in contrast to her current, serious personality.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Vezo calls her out for ignoring Talzo's assault on Division A's base due to not receiving a warning from Shat'l (Who was, at the time, knocked out), and instead criticizes him for destroying the teleporter that leads to Division A's base even though it was to keep Talzo's gang from using it.
A former member of Division A who was made leader of Division B after he complained to Hali about being bullied by Kaxo.
- Butt-Monkey: Sorry Fanhal, but being promoted doesn't make you any less of The Chew Toy.
- Kicked Upstairs: Hali's response to him being tormented by Kaxo was to make him leader of Division B.
- The Leader: Of Division B.
- Pointy-Haired Boss: He's probably not the person most qualified to lead a division.
- Throw Down the Bomblet: His stored ability is Bomb.
A doctor who works as the head of the KAS's Medical Center.
The no-nonsense leader of Division C. She's incredibly brash and is feared her teammates.
- Badass Normal: Unlike a lot of the other members of the KAS, she doesn't appear to have a stored ability.
- Beyond the Impossible: She somehow grabs a bolt of lightning and uses it to rip a computer AI out of its computer by swinging it down.Chef Freezè: ...I am insane and even I know zat zat was impossible.Aika: Wanna press your luck, 'stache boy?
- Flat-Earth Atheist: She doesn't believe Shat'l is a psychic, despite his predictions becoming true numerous times.
- The Leader: Of Division C.
Essentially the "second-in-command" of Division C. Despite not officially holding that position, he's considered the leader of his fellow Division C members (excluding Aika). He's shown to be at least semi-friends with Kirby. He's actually Fune, a Droppy from the Mirror World and a notorious criminal working under MSG.
- The Dragon: He's MSG's other Dragon, albeit unwillingly, as MSG holds his life energy and forces him to do various tasks.
- Forced into Evil: MSG stole his life energy and forced him to become his minion.
- HeelFace Turn: He's eager to help Kirby stop MSG once he gets captured.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Eats Dark Matter by mistake, causing him to reveal his true Droppy form.
- The Leader: The self-appointed one to the Division C members under Aika, to which they hold no objection.
- Meaningful Name: Well, meaningful nickname. Dark Matter calls him "dewdrop" and he's actually a Droppy in disguise.
- The Mole: Joined the KAS so he could acquire and auction off classified information regarding how the Dimension Mirror was guarded.
- Oh, Crap!: Has this reaction after Nameless calls him by his real name.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: Being a Droppy, he has the ability to transform by stealing the abilities of others.
- Walking Spoiler: He's responsible for Talzo getting kicked out.
Another member of Division C who claims to have no name. He's actually a Maiga who joined the KAS in order to bring Fune to justice.
- Heroic BSoD: Played for Laughs when he learns that all of the bizarre and unbelievable even by Kirby standards stories Neona and Wake told him were true once dandelion ninja shows up as a proof.
- No Name Given: He claims to have no name, hence why he's called "Nameless."
- Only Sane Man: Probably the sanest one out of all his teammates.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: Like Wake, he's actually a non-kirby in disguise.
A new recruit who was assigned to Division D. Ryka is incredibly energetic and loves soda.
- Break the Cutie: She doesn't take learning that Gigi is a traitor too well.
- And she didn't take Keito's death too well, either.
- Butt-Monkey: Often on the receiving end of misery, though this does little to damage her energetic attitude.
- Genki Girl: Keeps an incredibly bubbly attitude. It's more apparent in her later appearances.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Soda!
- Why Can't I Hate You?: She isn't able to stay mad at Gigi after Gigi confesses that she and Neona were her first real friends.
Another member of Talzo's gang who mostly hangs out at their base. She is later sent by him to infiltrate the Kirby Adventure Squad and ends up getting assigned to Division D.
- The Atoner: Decides to turn against Talzo's Gang and help the KAS stop them to atone for her part in Keito's death.
- Butt-Monkey: As a result of being put in a division with Ryka.
- Dark Chick: Her role in Talzo's Gang.
- HeelFace Turn: Gigi admits she's The Mole after her Villainous BSoD from Keito's death.
- The Mole: Becomes this in her second appearance when Talzo sends her to infiltrate the KAS.
- Reverse Mole: Eventually becomes this after Keito's death once she confesses to others out of guilt.
- Red Herring: When Dark Matter states there's a traitor in front of Kirby, Gigi assumes it to be her. After she confesses her affiliations to Talzo's Gang, Dark Matter reveals he was actually talking about Wake.
- Punch-Clock Villain: Like a lot of the other members of Talzo's gang, she doesn't appear to have a motivation for getting revenge on the Kirby Adventure Squad.
- Villainous BSoD: She suffers this after Keito dies, as an indirect result of her actions.
A former member of the Kirby Adventure Squad who got kicked out for, according to Hali, selling top secret information. He's vowed to get revenge on her because of this.
- Anti-Villain: All he wants is revenge on Hali for kicking him out. Despite Hali claiming he was fired for selling information, its hinted that there may be more to his story. It's later revealed that he was entirely innocent, and was apparently framed.
- Awesomeness by Analysis: During the "Escape!" segment he analyzed Kaxo, Caiya, and Raize's personalities and formed a strategy to defeat them.
- Big Bad Wannabe: Make no mistake, the gang may be called "Talzo's Gang" but he's not the one in charge. He also makes the mistake of thinking he has any authority over Zykan.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Completely lays waste to the members of Division A in "Escape!". Then he runs into Kirby, who curb-stomps him in return.
- The Dragon: He's the Mysterious Shadow Guy's Number Two, and the one who leads the gang in the field.
- Dragon with an Agenda: His only goal is to get revenge on Hali for firing him. His boss, however, is more focused on destroying Division A. The real question is why he's affiliated with him in the first place.
- Even Evil Has Standards: He was horrified to learn that Zykan had killed Keito.
- The Heavy: Since his boss likes to stay in the shadows, Talzo ends up having to act as this. Our heroes aren't aware of his boss's existence until towards the end of the comic, so for the longest time they thought Talzo was the Big Bad.
- HeelFace Turn: Talzo leaves his group after he realizes that Zykan and MSG are truly evil, and goes back to his old mentor Meta Knight.
- Heel Realization: Talzo realizes how evil Zykan and MSG are when he learns about Keito's death at the hands of Zykan.
- Mind Rape: He uses MSG's power to make Caiya feel more resentful towards Kirby.
- The Mole: According to Hali, the reason he was kicked out was because he was selling secrets to the KAS's enemies. Subverted, as it was really Wake who sold the information.
- Noble Top Enforcer: He holds more virtues than the other members of his gang, and is really only with them to get revenge on Hali. His boss is the one making him go after the members of Division A.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Gains these when he borrows MSG's power.
- Villainous Breakdown: Starts to lose it in "Jetting Across The Ice" when Kirby gives him a "The Reason You Suck" Speech stating why his gang won't beat Divsion A.Talzo: STOP PICKING HOLES IN ALL OF MY LOGIC!!
A Gim who used to be Vezo's friend until she was reprogrammed and forced to join Talzo's gang.
- Brainwashed: She was a friend of Vezo in the past, though any knowledge pertaining to him appears to have been removed. Her personality also gets changed by Zykan when he deems her pacifism to be a liability.
- The Dragon: An earlier character bio stated she was Talzo's second-in-command.
- Evil Genius: Unlike the other members of Talzo's gang, she doesn't use violence. Instead she traps people with her mirror rod.
- Evil Is Not Pacifist: Averted. She doesn't use violence like the other members of her gang and instead traps people with her mirror rod. Played straight after she gets reprogrammed by Zykan.
- FaceHeel Turn: She was forced into one by MSG and Zykan when they reprogrammed her to serve as one of Talzo's henchmen.
- HeelFace Turn: Yiel manages to undo her reprogramming by rewiring her memory circuit, turning her good once again.
- Punch-Clock Villain: She's a lot more reasonable than the other members of her gang, and is probably the one who least advocates the use of violence.
- Token Good Teammate: For Talzo's gang, as she doesn't like using violence unlike the others.
A mysterious Sir Kibble and a proclaimed "knight of shadows" who is allied with Talzo. He possesses a connection to the elemental orbs that allows him to locate them with ease, but nothing else is known about him.
- Back from the Dead: He's an ancient warrior brought back to life by the Big Bad.
- Bad Boss: Leaves Whirr for dead rather than patch his tire when it gets pierced by one of Javelin Knight's attacks. And later kills Soo due to peacefully talking to enemies instead of attacking them.
- Badass Boast: Calls himself "the strongest warrior in the universe" while fighting Meta Knight.
- Black Knight: The self-proclaimed "knight of shadows." He has even stated that he's not alive.
- Blood Knight: Possibly even more so than Kaxo.
- The Brute: The one who, aside from Talzo, does most of the heavy-hitting.
- Characterization Marches On: In his initial appearance in "Jetting Across The Ice", Zykan is simply shown as another generic thug of Talzo's and isn't all that antagonistic or ruthless. This quickly changes in his second appearance.
- Dark Is Evil: Claims to be a "shadow knight." He also gains possession of the Shadow Elemental Orb, granting him all sorts of shadowy powers.
- The Dragon: Zykan's loyalties lie only with the Mysterious Shadowy Guy. Once Talzo is out of the picture, Zykan fully becomes MSG's chief enforcer.
- Dragon Their Feet: Zykan attempts to assist his boss in the fight against the Kirby Adventure Squad, but gets held off by Meta Knight and his crew. Though he manages to drive then off, he is unable to stop the KAS from defeating MSG.
- The Dreaded: Very much so, considering he's the character with the highest kill count.
- Enigmatic Minion: Not much is known about him, other than he's an ancient warrior brought back by MSG and he possesses a connection to the elemental orbs. Recent hints suggest he may in fact be Galacta Knight.
- Eviler Than Thou: Shows himself to be eviler than Talzo at the end of "Infiltration", before superceding him as The Dragon.Zykan: I am greater than you, boy. Perhaps its time I took your place. Your sympathy holds you back, whereas I have no such weakness.
- Faux Affably Evil: Calls himself an honorable knight, but this only a way for him to guise his atrocities.
- Final Boss: Zykan outlives his boss and winds up being the final foe the KAS faces.
- Hate Sink: Zykan's various actions, from his killing of Keito to his forceful reprogramming of Kiina make it clear he is not to be liked.
- The Heavy: Zykan might just be the character with the biggest hand in the plot. He severely scarred the members of Division A by killing Keito, usurped Talzo's position as The Dragon to MSG, and the theory that he's really a revived Galacta Knight is true, then he ultimately caused the formation of the Kirby Adventure Squad in the first place.
- Hypocrite: Calls himself an honorable knight yet has committed several dishonorable acts.
- Hero Killer: Kills Keito, Not-Keito and several members of HAND.
- Genius Bruiser: He's strong enough to knock out Talzo and smart enough to reprogram Kiina.
- Kick the Dog: Zykan kicks a lot of dogs throughout the comic but leaving Whirr to die and killing Soo were just needlessly cruel.
- Knight of Cerebus: He's a lot more serious than pretty much every Kirby Adventure character save Him. Made apparent when he kills Keito.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: Zykan's killing off Keito, as well as some of the other actions he takes, end up provoking Talzo's Heel Realization.
- Noble Demon: Averted. While he does call himself a honorable knight, many of his actions are not honorable at all, such as taking hostages and attacking people from behind.
- Pragmatic Villainy: Rather than kill Yiel when he's done reprogramming Kiina, Zykan instead opts to copy Kiina's programming onto him, so he can have two robots under his command.
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: When Whirr asks for him to patch the hole in his tire to keep him from dying, Zykan refuses and instead opts to give him one of these.Zykan: You have never followed us because of belief, only relief. You have never cared about anything, so what reason would I have to care about you. You worked for us so you would no longer be bored. Let me ask you this Whirr: was it worth it?
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: A close up reveals he has a pair of red eyes inside his armor.
- The Starscream: He doesn't really respect Talzo's authority and he eventually usurping his superior's position, becoming Dragon Ascendant.
- The Stoic: Zykan always retains his composure.
- The Undead: Claims several times that he's not actually alive. Gigi later states that he was brought back to life by their boss.
A malfunctioning Capsule J and reckless fighter who escaped being scrapped and replaced by his J2 clone. At some point he was recruited into Talzo's gang
- Affably Evil: He manages to have a friendly chat with Keito when his gang attack Division A's base.
- Ax-Crazy: He didn't escape being destroyed without getting damaged along the way.
- Boisterous Bruiser: Loves making weird statements while he fights.
- The Brute: Like Zykan, he does a lot of the grunt work for Talzo.
- Blood Knight: He really likes fighting and even moreso getting damaged.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Borders on this and Ax-Crazy.
- Dark Chick: The most insane and wacky member of Talzo's gang.
- HeelFace Turn: Keito convinces him to defect from Talzo's gang once the two become friends.
- I Just Want to Have Friends: The only reason why he's with Talzo's Gang is because they convinced him that they were the only ones who would accept him. When Keito befriends him, he turns against the gang.
- Immortal Assassin: He's hooked up to a device that repairs him whenever he gets destroyed. As of Infiltration, that device has been destroyed.
- Redemption Equals Death: Averted. Ironically it's the one who redeems him who gets killed.
- Odd Friendship: Ends up becoming friends with Keito and pulls a HeelFace Turn after the puffball convinces him that there are places other than Talzo's gang where he'll be accepted.
- Punch-Clock Villain: He's only with Talzo's gang because he believes it to be his role. Keito convinces him otherwise.
Also known as "Mysterious Shadow Guy" or "Him" by Talzo and Zykan before his true identity was been revealed. He is a mysterious foe from Kirby's past and the leader of the gang. His only goal seems to be getting revenge on Kirby and the KAS.
- Bad Boss: Hinted to be one given his conversation with Talzo at the end of Jetting Across The Ice.MSG: Stick to it... or else...
- According to Fune, MSG stole his life energy to force him into servitude.
- Big Bad: He's the one masterminding all of Talzo and the others attacks. He's also responsible for Talzo getting kicked out of the KAS in the first place.
- Black Speech: Apparently he's so evil that even a memory of his voice is strong enough to knock out Shat'l when he tries to read Fune's mind.
- The Chessmaster: Manipulation is his main tool for accomplishing his goals. Most of his followers are people he manipulated or forced into joining him.
- The Corrupter: Talzo wasn't nearly as evil as he was prior to MSG influencing him. He's also responsible for Talzo getting kicked out of the KAS in the first place.
- Dragon Ascendant: He was a servant of Zero-Two in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards and here he's taken the position of Big Bad.
- The Dreaded: Feared by seemingly all of his followers. Even Zykan appears to be scared of him.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: Winds up getting slashed in half by Kirby via the Ultra Sword.
- Hate Plague: Inflicts this on Caiya through Talzo in order to give her feelings of RESENTMENT towards Kirby.
- Hidden Villain: His identity is hidden for most of comic, though it's eventually revealed to be Miracle Matter from Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards.
- It's All About Me: When Zykan asks what their next plan of attack is going to be, MSG corrects him to "my plan."
- Last Villain Stand: After he detects that Kirby has discovered his presence, he opts to launch an attack the KAS.
- Manipulative Bastard: Mysterious Shadow Guy's Evil Plan is to cause the members of Division A to develop RESENTMENT and turn on each other. He also successfully got Talzo kicked out of the KAS so he would have someone strong to be his Dragon.
- The Man Behind the Man: Revealed to be the true leader of the group at the end of "Jetting Across the Ice".
- Near-Villain Victory: He came very close to killing Kirby.
- No One Sees the Boss: The only part him we've even seen are a pair of glowing red eyes (or rather, one big eye).
- Orcus on His Throne: He hasn't really been up to much direct villainy, instead acting through Talzo and his other followers. Justified as he had to rebuild his strength after his previous battle with Kirby.
- Pragmatic Villainy: When Zykan disobeys his orders, rather than Bad Boss him, MSG hears out his reason for doing so and lets it slide, though not without warning Zykan not to disobey him again.
- Villain Forgot to Level Grind: Subverted. The reason why he's an Orcus on His Throne is because he's been building up his power ever since his last fight with Kirby.
- Berserk Button: People making puns with his name.
- Famous Last Words: After Zykan asks him "Was it worth it?", Whirr remarks on how the statement sounds like a pun before dying from the air in his tire being let out.Whirr: ...heh... was it... "Whirr-th" it...
- Hidden Depths: He's shown a bit more characterization in recent comics and is reluctant to tell Kiina why she doesn't remember anything or why only Zykan and Talzo know who the boss is.
- It Amused Me: According to Gigi, he joined Talzo's Gang because he was bored.
- Jerkass: He didn't bother to learn the names of the members of Division A, before breaking into their base. He's also indifferent to seeing Zykan kill Not-Keito and the members of HAND. And generally the fact that he became a villain just because he was bored is already a dead giveaway.
- Left for Dead: Zykan refuses to patch up the hole in Whirr's tire since Whirr only joined Talzo's Army because of his boredom.
- Not So Above It All: Right before he dies, he makes a pun with his name.
- Sixth Ranger: Joins Talzo's gang sometime in between "Division Addition" and "Infiltration".
- Was It Really Worth It?: Gets asked this by Zykan mere moments before his death. Whirr's response is a Little "No".
An N-Z created by Zykan on accident via the Shadow Orb. While he hasn't been given a proper name, Kiina calls him "Soo" (short for Shadow Orb Offspring.)
- Fun with Acronyms: "Soo" is short for Shadow Orb Offspring.
- No Name Given: Zykan never actually names him, instead referring to him as "Shadow Orb offspring". Kiina later abbreviates his "name" to "Soo".
- Undying Loyalty: To Zykan, due him being his "Creator".Soo: I exist because of my Creator! I live to obey him!
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Doesn't last long before getting killed by Zykan during the final battle for simply talking to Division A instead of fighting them.
A mysterious warrior who was sealed within a crystal by a group of powerful mages a long time ago. He eventually breaks free and crashes the True Arena.
- Adaptational Villainy: While the Galacta Knight in Kirby Super Star Ultra was an Ambiguously Evil character, this Galacta Knight is a ruthless warrior and straight up villain.
- Back from the Dead: Possibly. It's been heavily implied that Zykan might really be his revived form.
- Blood Knight: His only motive seems to be wanting to fight people.
- Diabolus ex Nihilo: He pretty much shows up from out of nowhere. If he wasn't a character in the games he would count as a Giant Space Flea from Nowhere.
- Exact Words: He's the strongest warrior in the universe. Not the strongest mage, hence why the ancient mages were able to seal him.
- Hero Killer: Defeats eight out of nine of his opponents (who would later form Division A of the KAS) and even kills Keeby.
- No-Sell: Completely brushes off all attacks his opponents threw at him, even Keito's huge lightning.Galacta Knight: Pathetic nuisance.
- One-Man Army: As mentioned above, he managed to defeat eight of the nine puffballs who took him on.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Was sealed in a crystal by mages ages ago. His introduction sees the seal on him breaking.
The leader of a gang of thieves residing in The Old Tower and an early antagonist in Kirby Adventure
A creation of Dark Mind and a recurring antagonist in Kirby Adventure.
- The Dragon: To Fusion Kirby in To The Tower.
- Dragon Their Feet: Did this after Dark Mind was destroyed and become The Dragon to Fusion Kirby. When he gets defeated and captured, he drags on his (non-existent) feet again and disappears for a while until reappearing in Tree to Tree.
- Resurrective Immortality: Each time he get's killed, he reforms, albeit with a brand new side affect. (In To The Tower it's changing colors and in Tree to Tree it's shifting proportions).
A small kirby with fire abilities and a great love for candy. He serves as the antagonist of Jetting Across The Ice. At least until Talzo returns.
- Blue and Orange Morality: The only thing he really seems to care about is his candy.
- Disc-One Final Boss: He at first looks to be the Arc Villain of "Jetting Across The Ice", but then Talzo and his gang appear.
- Enemy Mine: Forms one with Jet to fight NAVO.
- Evil Is Petty: He forced Jet out of his home, Frozen Fantasy, simply because the cold made his candy taste good.
- HeelFace Turn: He ends deciding to live in Frozen Fantasy with Jet.
- The Napoleon: He finds Kirby calling him "small fry" to be demeaning.
- Non-Standard Character Design: Unlike the other kirbies, who use Kirby Super Star Ultra sprites, Ignus' sprites are from Advance games, so as to make him smaller than the other characters.
- Playing with Fire: His attacks are fire-based.
The main antagonist of Master of Puppets. He battled Kirby on one of his earlier adventures. After being defeated, he learned how to use magic in order to get revenge on Kirby.
- Alas, Poor Villain: His fate was really cruel. He tried to have revenge on Kirby, but his plan backfired horribly and his own top minion stopped him, resulting in him being forever trapped in the empty space. Even Kirby Adventure Squad felt bad for him...and disgusted by the aforementioned top minion.
- Arc Villain: Of "Master of Puppets".
- The Dog Was the Mastermind: Seriously, who was expecting a relatively minor Miniboss from Kirbys Dreamland 2 to be the new Arc Villain?
- Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: It's not hard to feel sorry for this guy, given how nobody (not even his own Dragon) takes him seriously.
- HeelFace Turn: Decides to start anew after realizing how much he sucks as a villain.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Ends up being trapped in his collapsing dimension by one of his creations.
- The Man Behind the Curtain: He's considerably less threatening than he was built up to be. Lampshaded by Vezo.
- Transplant: After his defeat in "Master of Puppets", he became a recurring character in Kirby's Dream Adventure.
Clones of Division A created by Master Green to get revenge on Kirby and to take over Dreamland.
- The Dragon: Not-Kaxo, being the one first created and the only one to share a special link with their creator.
- HeelFace Turn: All of them, excluding Not-Kaxo, commit this towards the end of the segment.
- Not So Different: Aside from Not-Kaxo, they're all almost exact clones of their counterparts.
- Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: Not-Kaxo. The only reason why he helps Division A is to get back at his master.
- Killed Off for Real: Not-Shat'l, Not-Caiya, Not-Shadik and Not-Kirby all got unmade by Master Green. Later, Not-Keito got killed by Zykan similarly to how original Keito got killed.
- Psycho Rangers: Subverted. Because they're all (with the exception of Not-Kaxo) almost exact clones of the members of Division A they aren't really evil and all of them end up rebelling against their creator.
- The Starscream: Not-Kaxo only wishes to betray Master Green.
Captain StitchAnother foe Kirby fought in some of his early adventures. In "Technical Difficulties", he hijacks the Battlship Halberd and uses it to attack Division A's base.
- 0% Approval Rating: No one seems to really like this guy. Kirby and his squad don't take him seriously, his mooks are presumed to be Only in It for the Money, and even Waddle Dees of King Dedede are shown to dislike him in the end.
- And Then What?: Had no idea what he's going to do with Halberd once he takes over and how he'll use it to have revenge on Kirby.
- Arc Villain: Of "Technical Difficulties".
- Bad Liar: He wasn't talking to himself! He was talking to windows!
- Berserk Button: Didn't take it well once he learned Master Green already tried to have a revenge on Kirby before him.Captain Stitch: GREEN?! Seriously? That pathetic squid thing? After this, I'm going to go teach that moron a lesson for taking my ideas.
- Brick Joke: Eventually, in the epilogue, we finally learn where he crash-lands. In Castle Dedede, where Bandy (or Bandana Waddle Dee, if you prefer) comes in and tells him to get out or else he's gonna fight him in the game of Avalanche!
- Combat Pragmatist: Once Saia and Kirby decide to compromise with Captain Stitch and talk their problems out, Stitch decided to tackle charge Kirby from behind.
- Insistent Terminology: He's Captain Stitch, not Mister Stitch!
- It's All About Me: Stated in his character profile, and he shows it at times. For starters, he accuses Master Green of stealing his idea about coming back for revenge, despite the fact that Master Green came up with this idea before him months ago. Also, he doesn't care the slightest about casualties when Halberd starts crash-landing.
- Jerkass: Shows this half a time. Once Kirby confesses he feels guilty once Wheelzen calls him out for trying to defeat Stitch instead of helping him give him back his ship, he only replies with "That's good. You should feel that more often". And then he tackle-charges Kirby from behind when they try to compromise with him. And then acts completely apathetic to the safety of everyone (including his minions) once Halberd crash-lands while insisting he can fly on his own.
- Offscreen Villain Dark Matter: He somehow had enough money to hire henchmen to help him take over the Halberd. Not even the two TACs he hired know where he got the money from.
- The Rival: Presumed to be this to Master Green, see his quote under Berserk Button.
- Rugged Scar: Got one over his left eye.
- Twinkle In The Sky: Kirby knocks him into the sky using the Ninja ability. He eventually lands in Castle Dedede in the epilogue.
The former leader of the Squeak Squad hired by Captain Stitch to tow the Halberd with a ship he stole.
- Evil Genius: The one responsible for towing the Halberd and making sure Meta is locked up.
- Noble Demon: At least when compared to his behavior in his original appearance in canon. Instead of trying to fight Wheelzen once he demanded his ship back, he, instead of resorting to violence, decided to reach the compromise. Possibly justified because he is unarmed and cannot fight.
- Villain: Exit, Stage Left: Uses his invisibility to escape from an angry Meta Knight and Wheelzen.
FP for short, he was Division A's client in the To The Tower segment. He is an extreme Cloud Cuckoo Lander and seems to reject any rational thought.
A Ninja who the Kirby Adventure Squad also encounters in To The Tower. After is first appearance, he joins HAND.
Another Adventure Guild founded by a Gim named Yiel. They are introduced in the Helping Hand segment and don't reappear until the final segment.
- All There in the Manual: Each of the member's character bios reveal a lot more information than what's in the comic.
- Back for the Dead: They return in the penultimate segment, only to have most of their members killed off.
- The Bus Came Back: After their first appearance, they don't appear again until Darkness Rising.
- The Big Guy: Izzy, Navo and Remo.
- Casanova Wannabe: According to his bio, Remo considers himself a "ladies man."
- Fun with Acronyms: Helpers Assisting Needy Dreamlanders.
- HeelFace Turn: Iltei was formerly Lyze, a member of Fusion Kirby's gang of thieves, until they were defeated and he decided to turn over a new leaf and join HAND.
- Killed Off for Real: All of them, excluding Yiel and Jarkes, get killed off by Zykan and his gang during their attack on HAND's base.
- The Leader: Yiel.
- Number Two: Bia is the second-in-command of the group.
- Pointy-Haired Boss: Bia's bio states that she probably isn't the best choice for second-in-command.
- The Smart Guy: Iltei, HAND's chief of storage.
- The Smurfette Principle: Bia is the only female member of HAND.
A skilled swordsman who has a history with Kirby, though he hasn't really been seeing him as much.
- All There in the Manual: His character bio states he occasionally spars with Kirby.
- Badass in Distress: He gets captured by Captain Stitch's gang when they invade the Halberd in "Technical Difficulties".
- Big Damn Heroes: He and the Meta-Knights show up to fight Zykan, Whirr, Soo, Kiina, and Yiel when they attempt to reinforce Him.
- The Leader: Of the Meta-Knights.
- The Mentor: He helped Talzo train in the past. After Zykan defeats him, Talzo leaves his gang and goes back to Meta Knight to seek wisdom from his old mentor.
Meta Knight's crew, who help him maintain the Halberd. They're comprised of Axe Knight, Mace Knight and Trident Knight
- Dirty Coward: Axe Knight, who joined Stitch's crew to avoid being captured.
- HeelFace Revolving Door: Axe Knight starts off as member of the Meta-Knights, but joins Stitch's crew when they attack. Saia later "convinces" him to turn good again.
- Minor Major Character: Javelin Knight who, despite getting no lines at all and only appearing in a few strips, is the one who kills Whirr.
A former foe of Kirby who turned good after Kirby stabbed him with the Rainbow Sword and gave him the ability to feel emotions. He was introduced in the final segment by the author to help bring the comic to a close.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Despite his quirks he was able to detect that Wake was a traitor.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Pretty much his entire personality. His introduction is him explaining how he learned not to break into aquariums.
- Defeat Means Friendship: Kirby defeating him with the rainbow sword gave him the ability to feel emotions, and Dark Matter now thinks of Kirby as a friend because of this.Kirby: ...'Friends'. Dark Matter considers me a friend.Dark Matter: Why wouldn't I? You gave me feeeeeeliiiiiiiings!
- Expy: Ultizeta admits his personality was partially inspired by Bill Cipher.
- Eye Scream: References the fact that Kirby stabbed him in his eye. He's oddly cheery about it.
- HeelFace Turn: Turned good after Kirby stabbed his eye with the Rainbow Sword, giving him the joy of feeling emotions.
- The Nicknamer: Gives nicknames to the members of the KAS that usually reflect something about them. For example, he calls Shat'l "oracle". The only exception is Kirby, whom he refers to by things such as "Kirbirby" or "Kirbopoulos".
- The Pollyanna: He always has a cheery personality no matter what happens to him. His reaction to getting eaten by Wake was to say it was "cool". So far, the only times he's gotten angry are because he was trying to intimidate Wake and because he thought Kirby had deformed Shat'l.