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Luna the Moon
Voiced by: Judy Greer
Luna is the moon, who is the main character of the series. She guides Andy, Carmen, and Leo on their trips around the world.
  • 100% Adoration Rating: She is loved by the people of China, as shown in "She is the Moon of Moons".
  • A Dog Named "Dog": "Luna" is the word for "moon" in Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Latin, and Romanian.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: "Luna's Christmas Around the World" ends with Luna noticing she has one fruitcake she hasn't given to anyone for Christmas yet. She wishes the viewers a merry Christmas as she offers them the fruitcake.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: She can come off as strange at times.
  • Cool Big Sis: Luna is described as being like a big sister to Andy, Carmen, and Leo, and Luna is very patient and caring towards them.
  • Expy: She is one to Mary Poppins, according to Word of God.
  • Extendable Arms: In "Honey in Paris", when Luna and the kids exit the cheese shop to find where Honey went, Luna's arm extends to a cartoonish length when she grabs the binoculars they were using.
  • Fangirl: Of Syd and the Sydney's. She claims to own all of their songs.
  • Forgetful Jones: "Andy The Giant" reveals that she forgets things in a couple hundred years.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: She just wears a hat and shoes.
  • Involuntary Dance: She dances whenever she hears music. Downplayed in that this is a reflex rather than another character's doing.
  • Ironic Fear: Luna, the moon, is revealed to be afraid of the dark at times in "Day of the Dead". She even lampshades how embarrassing it is.
  • The Man in the Moon: She is a female anthropomorphic moon.
  • Nice Hat: She wears a straw hat.
  • Sanity Slippage: In "C'est La Vie A Paris", she starts becoming insane due to Hockbar not relaxing on his break. Later, it's Luna who needs to relax. She even gets a Twitchy Eye.
  • Signing Off Catchphrase: Luna ends most of the episodes by reminding the others that "There's more to learn about any place we visit! But remember, there's always tomorrow."
  • Stellar Name: Being the moon and all.
  • Super Strength: Luna is capable of lifting up a matryoshka doll and tossing a sumo wrestler.
  • Sudden Anatomy: Luna sprouts arms and legs whenever she comes down from the sky.


Andy Hopper
Voiced by: Jaiden Cannatelli
Andy is an American Leopard frog who loves painting.
  • Absurd Phobia: Implied in the episode "Day of the Dead", where Luna explains to Carmen that it's a good idea to laugh in the face of anything you fear to make it less scary. The others explain what fears they laugh at, which are pretty standard phobias... until it gets to Andy, who says he laughs at asparagus.
  • Artsy Beret: Wears a blue beret due to his love of art.
  • Barefoot Cartoon Animal: He doesn't wear any shoes, which stands out when he's with his friends, Carmen and Leo, who do wear shoes.
  • Big Eater: He can be like this at times, such as in "Speaking Wigglewalker".
  • Circus Brat: His parents work in the circus.
  • Eagleland: The Beautiful variant. He is a very kind-hearted American.
  • Eccentric Artist: His main hobby is painting. Fitting the "eccentric" part, he tries to paint everything in sight in "What's the Big Idea?".
  • Fanboy:
    • Of the Amazing Man comics.
    • He's also a fan of Syd and the Sydney's.
  • Feud Episode: In "Pulling Strings", a day of exploration in Delhi, India is brought to a halt when Carmen and Andy can't decide what to do and have an argument over it (Carmen wants to hear Indian music while Andy wants to see Indian art). Leo and Luna decide to put on a Kathputli puppet show for the two, under the logic that since that combines music and art, they both should like it and be able to make up over it.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: He wears shorts and a hat, but no shirt or shoes.
  • I Call It "Vera": As shown in "Where's Luna?", he names his telescope Jessie.
  • Keet: He is easily excitable and loud.
  • Meaningful Name: His last name is Hopper, which fits him because frogs are known to hop.
  • Nice Hat: He wears a blue beret.
  • Rail Enthusiast: "D'Orsay Day" reveals that he loves trains, especially steam locomotives.


Carmen Mariposa
Voiced by: Saara Chaudry
Carmen is a Mexican butterfly who loves music.
  • Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: She's a purple butterfly.
  • Big "NO!": Carmen shouts one in "Guitar to Sitar" when the strings on her guitar break.
  • Circus Brat: Her mom works in the circus.
  • Commonality Connection: In "Aren't We a Pair?", Carmen discovers that she and Leyla have a lot in common. They're both butterflies who have pets (with said pets even having similar sweets-based names, no less), they both love succulents, and they both like music.
  • Disappeared Dad: Her mother is shown, but her dad is nowhere to be seen.
  • Face Your Fears: In "Day of the Dead", Carmen overcomes her fear of skeletons by putting her grandmother's picture on the altar, which is filled with skulls.
  • Feud Episode: In "Pulling Strings", a day of exploration in Delhi, India is brought to a halt when Carmen and Andy can't decide what to do and have an argument over it (Carmen wants to hear Indian music while Andy wants to see Indian art). Leo and Luna decide to put on a Kathputli puppet show for the two, under the logic that since that combines music and art, they both should like it and be able to make up over it.
  • Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal: She wears a dress and boots.
  • Hammer Space: She always pulls the Magic Globe from out of nowhere.
  • Innocently Insensitive: In "Aren't We a Pair?", Carmen assumes that Cairo, Egypt is "ancient" and "boring", and that all Egyptians live in pyramids, based on what she saw in movies. She eventually learns the opposite.
  • Meaningful Name:
    • Her last name, Mariposa, is Spanish for "butterfly".
    • Additionally "Carmen" means "song", fitting a music-lover with a lovely singing voice.
  • Nice Girl: Carmen is usually sweet and friendly. She is by far the nicest of the trio.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Within the trio of kids, Carmen is the only girl.
  • Species Surname: Her last name is Mariposa, which is Spanish for butterfly, her species.
  • Volumetric Mouth: Carmen gets one at point in "She is the Moon of Moons".
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Carmen is afraid of skeletons, as revealed in "Day of the Dead". She eventually gets over it, though.
  • Wings Do Nothing: She has wings, but she cannot fly.


Leo Chockers
Voiced by: Aidan Wojtak-Hissong (episodes 1-8), Shayle Simmons (episodes 9-present)
Leo is an Australian wombat who loves food.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: He's a blue wombat.
  • Big Eater: He comes by it. His dad is a chef, after all. He even has his own game on the PBS Kids website that is centered around cooking.
  • Cassandra Truth: In "The Story Of Smoothie", no one believed him when he said that his pet tortoise Wrinkles has a connection to a sultan at Topkapi Palace. As it turns out, he was right the whole time.
  • Character Tics: He has a habit of tugging on his ears whenever he is nervous, scared, or in disbelief.
  • Circus Brat: His parents work in the circus.
  • Compressed Vice: In "Turkish Delight", Leo somehow gains the trait of not paying attention. This drives the conflict of the episode. This has only been seen once and not in any other episodes.
  • Cry Cute: Leo has a tendency to cry a lot, as shown in "A Chopsticky Situation" and "Where's Luna?".
  • Face Your Fears: In "Not Home on the Range", Leo manages to get over his fear of horses once he starts to ride one.
  • Failures on Ice: He slips on the ice rink in "You Froze My Shorts".
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: He wears a hat, pants, and shoes, but no shirt.
  • Nervous Wreck: He can be like this at times, most notably in "What a Matryoshka" and "Bob the Plant".
  • Nice Hat: His orange and white baseball cap.
  • Not Even Bothering with the Accent: He's Australian, but, for some reason, doesn't have an Australian accent.
  • Prone to Tears: Leo is by far the most sensitive of the trio. He easily gets upset, and cries in some episodes.
  • Supreme Chef: In "C'est Cheese" he makes a sandwich so delicious his cooking teacher was just amazed.
  • Vocal Evolution: Since his voice actor changed starting with "Speaking Wigglewalker", his voice is now more high-pitched.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: In "Not Home on the Range", Leo is shown to be afraid of horses. As with the above example, he gets over it by the end of the episode.

     Magic Globe 

The Magic Globe
The Magic Globe, with China highlighted.
Voiced by: Miku Graham
The Magic Globe is a device that tells the kids about the locations that they visit.
  • The Blank: She doesn't have a face, yet can speak.
  • Exactly What It Says on the Tin: The Magic Globe, is, well, a magic globe.
  • Expy: Of Face 9000. Both are floating devices that can be summoned at any time, and are there to educate the kids about the topic of the episode.
  • Freak Out!: In an Out-of-Character Moment, she does this in "C'est Cheese" when she sees a giant wheel of cheese.
  • Ms. Exposition: She usually provides exposition about the places that the Circo Fabuloso visits.
  • Once an Episode: She shows up once per episode to teach the kids about the country they're visiting.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: After Leo breaks his dad's bowl in "When The Bowl Breaks", Magic Globe exits the scene and says "Uh, have fun in Tokyo, kids!"
  • The Smart Girl: Knows a lot about the countries of the world.


Honey the Hamster
Voiced by: Zoe Hatz
Carmen's pet hamster.
  • A Day in the Limelight: She gets her very own spotlight episode in "Honey In Paris".
  • Alliterative Name: Honey the Hamster.
  • Luminescent Blush: Blushes several times throughout "Honey In Paris".
  • No Indoor Voice: Honey does not speak below a fairly loud shouting voice.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: She's a very cute hamster.
  • Team Pet: She can be seen as this to the main characters, and also to the Circo Fabuloso.
  • The Watson: In "Luna's Christmas Around the World", she asks all the questions about the various gift-givers of the world.
  • Wingding Eyes: Honey's pupils turn into hearts several times in the episode "Honey in Paris". Andy, Carmen, and Leo also get heart-shaped pupils near the end of the episode.

Circo Fabuloso

    Senor Fabuloso 

Senor Fabuloso
Voiced by: Paul Braunstein
A Catalan flamingo who is the ringleader of the Circo Fabuloso.
  • Ambiguously Gay: He comes off as this due to his Large Ham, over-dramatic tendencies and campy style of dress.
  • Big "NO!": He screams "NOOOOOOOO!" in "Jolly Special Friend" when Papa Chockers loses his voice.
  • Comical Overreacting: He overreacts to everything, whether it be Luna going missing or Papa Chockers losing his voice.
  • Drama Queen: Always overdramatic about everything.
  • Gratuitous Spanish: Being from Spain, he inserts some Spanish into his dialogue.
  • Know-Nothing Know-It-All: In "Where's Luna?", he tries to be an expert of the Jantar Mantar, but fails. He later admits that he isn't an expert.
  • Large Ham: Always speaks very loudly and dramatically. This is justified, as he is a ringmaster.
  • Leitmotif: A Spanish trumpet fanfare usually plays in his scenes.
  • Meaningful Name: "Fabuloso" is Spanish for "fabulous".
  • Nice Guy: Usually friendly with the kids.
  • Nice Hat: He wears a red top hat.
  • Now or Never Kiss: He kisses Luna before she performs for his Circo in "You Can't Move The Moon".
  • Spit Take: At the beginning of "Windy Washi", Senor Fabuloso does a spit take when he notices that there's literally nothing in the newspaper, not even an ad for the Circo's latest show.

    Mr. Hockbar 

Mr. Hockbar
Voiced by: David Berni
An animal of unknown species. He appears to be of South Asian descent. He serves as the go-fer for the Circo Fabuloso, meaning that he does all the odd jobs such as doing the laundry and making deliveries.
  • A Day in the Limelight: In "C'est La Vie A Paris".
  • Beleaguered Assistant: To Senor Fabuloso, as he is over-worked and always forced to take part in Señor Fabuloso's crazy plans.
  • Busman's Holiday: In "C'est La Vie A Paris", he was supposed to take a break from working, but somehow finds even more work to do.
  • Butt-Monkey: Mr. Hockbar is always suffering some kind of misfortune.
  • Cartoon Creature: His species is unknown.
  • Hyper-Competent Sidekick: Mr. Hockbar is this to Señor Fabuloso, being precise and obsessed with keeping the show running on time.
  • Mobile Shrubbery: In the episode "She Is the Moon of Moons", Mr. Hockbar hides in a bush so that he can be prepared to surprise Luna when the kids are ready to celebrate the surprise party they have planned for her at Beihai Park.
  • Nice Hat: He wears a red hat.
  • Orange/Blue Contrast: He has an orange outfit with a blue vest.
  • The Perfectionist: He wants everything to be exactly right and on time, and gets annoyed when it isn't.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: In "Lullaby For Baby Vlad", he gets out of babysitting Vlad and lets the kids do it instead.
  • Straight Man: He is much more down-to-earth compared to Señor Fabuloso.
  • What the Hell Is That Accent?: His accent is unknown. It seems vaguely Indian at some points.
  • Workaholic: Mr. Hockbar loves working, and does it all the time. In "C'est La Vie A Paris", Senor Fabuloso orders him to take a break, but Mr. Hockbar was still being a perfectionist workaholic during his break, much to Luna's annoyance.

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