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One of the main cast, Oliver's best friend, a comic book geek, who ended up getting employed at Mighty Med. He is a wacky, fun-loving but also somewhat lazy and irresponsible guy.

  • Action Survivor: Even more so than Oliver, Kaz is no great fighter and prefers to run or talk his way out, however when faced with no other alternative he will fight, and he's not bad at keeping himself alive in dangerous situations.
  • Ascended Fanboy: Once a normo who was a huge fan of superheroes in comic books, became a hospital worker who saves the people who save people, then gained powers from the Arcturion and became a superhero-in-training who fights with the world's first bionic superhumans.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Kaz is irresponsible, wacky, lazy and somewhat dim, however he is a brilliant doctor.
  • Bribe Backfire: In New Kids Are The Docs Kaz tries to bribe Chaz and Gulliver into letting him and Oliver go after he is caught for discovering they are Dr. Wrath's pupils. They DO take the money, but they don't let them go.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: Kaz shows on several occasions he can be as bright and intelligent as Oliver, but he is lazy and doesn't bother to work so hard.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Due to lacking any powers, or formal training, when forced to fight Kaz will use what ever is on hand to even the odd, or he will rely on trickery and cleverness.
  • Crazy-Prepared: It's revealed he wears two sets of pants, on the off chance he loses a pair in a bet.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Kaz may be wacky, but when he chips are down he can be awesome.
  • The Cynic
  • Envy: Kaz has shown on several occasions he easily gets jealous, particularly towards Oliver getting something he wanted or spending more time with someone other than him.
  • Flight: One of his new powers from the Arcturion, as he and Oliver are given the ability to fly.
  • Freudian Trio: With Oliver and Skylar, he's the Id. Fittingly, he wields the power of fire and heat.
  • Genre Savvy: His love of comic books, movies and the such allows him to solve multiple situations when dealing with real superheroes.
    • Kaz is Genre Savvy enough to know that a pretty girl would never ask Oliver to the dance. When Skylar asked Oliver to the school dance, Kaz knows things aren't right, because they both saw that Skylar was evil, and her asking him out was clearly part of an evil scheme.
  • Guile Hero: Kaz will sometimes fall into this, and shows on several occasions he's not bad at using manipulation and trickery.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Oliver.
  • It's All About Me: Has a habit of falling into this, but is much more light-hearted than Alan.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Kaz is arrogant, lazy and selfish, and will often try and exploit the situation to benefit himself. But he still cares deeply for his friends and will always come through when it matters.
  • The Klutz: He tends to mess up and break stuff a lot.
  • Lazy Bum: Hates working and is always looking for short cuts to get out of it. He even admits it's his thing.
  • The Load: Downplayed, although Kaz isn't useless, he can fall into this as he does have a habit of causing the majority of the problems.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: The normally aloof Kaz is all gung ho about finding and stopping those that destroyed Mighty Med, and this works against him for obvious reasons.
  • Parental Neglect: Due to his parents having twelve children (including him), they really don't pay that much attention to Kaz.
  • The Pig-Pen: Very much. Kaz is very messy, such that he doesn't shower. In "Night of The Living Nightmare", Oliver had to mess up a bed set up for Kaz in the hospital because his mom was going to video call him and she otherwise wouldn't believe he was in Kaz's room.
  • Playing with Fire: Another ability granted by the Arcturion, as shown Lab Rats: Elite Force, where Kaz can shoot fire balls and light up a fire place.
  • Pop-Cultured Badass: In verse pop culture that is.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Oliver's Blue Oni and Kaz's Red Oni (The duo's main personalities)
  • The Prankster: He tries to be this often.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Its subtle, but through the series Kaz gets noticeably braver and more capable at handling threats and keeping himself alive.
    • Taken to a new level in the series finale, when he actually is able to fairly hold his own against supervillains, and later when he is empowered by the Acturion granting him actual superpowers.

Portrayed by Jake Short
Kaz's best friend, a comic book Geek who ended up employed at Mighty Med. Oliver is the more responsible, but also more awkward and unsure of the two.

  • Abusive Parents: As shown in "The Key To Being A Hero" his mother is incredibly controlling, critical and selfish, and commonly puts Oliver down, criticizes his choices and underestimates him. He goes as far as to set her up with a boyfriend so she'll bother him less. It didn't go well, because her new date turned out to be Horace Diaz, and then Oliver decides he'd rather suffer her abuse than have her date Horace. That didn't work either, because now they're engaged, which means Oliver will also have to put up with Horace bothering him too. It later turns out his mom is Mr. Terror, and she doesn't want him reading comic books, because she thinks superheroes are dangerous, like almost everything else in the world.
  • Action Survivor: Oliver prefers running and negotiating over fighting, however when pushed he can hold his own reasonably well.
  • Afraid of Needles: All Needles, even knitting needles. Doesn't help when he see's what Mighty Med uses as a Needle. Then, when Chase created a serum that could restore Skylar's powers but had a needle, he chickened out, costing him his goal of restoring Skylar's powers.
  • An Ice Person: Oliver has the power of ice, which accompanies his ability to control water.
  • Badass Adorable: He's able to be awesome even with a lack of height, youthful appearance, curly hair style and the fact he sneeze's like a kitten.
  • Badass Bookworm: Unlike Kaz, Oliver is highly intelligent and always studies hard.
  • Badass Normal: In a series full of Super heroes, Oliver gets by due his wits, bravery and intellect. Heck, he singlehandedly took down Skylar Storm using his knowledge of superhero weaknesses.
  • Berserk Button: Don't mention in front of him that Chase restored Skylar's powers. It's a sore point for him.
  • Brainy Brunette: A dark-haired geek who fits in well at the hospital.
  • Brutal Honesty: Oliver is not afraid to be extremely honest with others, especially with Mr. Davenport and his huge ego.
  • Butt-Monkey: Often on the receiving end of everyone's jokes, and is victim to many mishaps. In addition, Oliver is often picked on for being short, scrawny, and being unrealistically weak.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: Less than Skylar, but Oliver often feels the compulsive desire to help others.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Even more so than Kaz, Oliver happily takes every advantage he can to balance the odds in a fight, be it weapons, distractions or random objects he can reach.
  • Crazy-Prepared: Like Kaz, he wears more than one pair of pants on the off chance he accidentally loses them.
  • Dance Battler: Literally, he was able to use his pretty impressive dance skills, to fight (with Skylar) the supervillain Ambuser.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Certainly has his moments.
  • Empowered Badass Normal: In Oliver Hatches The Eggs, Oliver gets a stint of Super Strength and Super Reflexes while bonded to Arachnia's embryo sac, which allowed him to take on a hunter. Happens again in "Mother Of All Evil" when the Acturion grants him actual superpowers.
  • Freudian Trio: With Kaz and Skylar he's the Superego. This is reflected by his ice powers.
  • Genre Savvy: Extremely knowledgeable about superhero's and comics books, which comes in handy as it allows him to solve problems he's faced with.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Kaz.
  • The Idealist: Oliver is a firm believer in idealism, he always see's the wonder in situations and is impressed by the achievements of others. He also always see's the good in people, and believes even Villains can be saved and converted. His idealism however does get him into trouble at times, as sometimes he can be too quick to believe people can be better than they appear.
  • Idiot Ball: When it came to Evil Skylar. For someone so smart, he failed to see every hint that things aren't right with her or her behavior.
  • I Surrender, Suckers: Oliver pulls this on Skylar inStorm's End. He gave himself up, sold Kaz out, but all this was to get Skylar close enough for him to use coal on her, as it is the one substance that can truly harm her.
  • Making a Splash: An ability granted by the Arcturion, which gives Oliver control over water. Oliver can even turn water into ice.
  • Morality Pet: Is one to Skylar, after she turned evil. At the dance, Skylar was just unwilling to kill him because she loves a friend.
  • Nice Guy: He's friendly to the people around him and wants to help out the (literal) heroes.
  • Poke the Poodle: In the Elite Force episode "The Superhero Code", Oliver was still mad that Chase was the one who restored Skylar's powers, he makes the tomato slices in Chase's sandwich really thin, and skimps on his lettuce.
  • Pop-Cultured Badass: In Verse, is a massive fan of comic books, video games, movies etc. and commonly quotes and references them to help him solve multiple similar situations.
  • The Promise: Since the premiere of Mighty Med, his promise to Skylar was to restore her powers, and would do everything he could to make good on it, but him being unable to find a fix causes him great burden. When he did find a fix the first time, it caused Skylar to turn evil, and the second time he did, it was Chase who figured out the fix. Skylar does get her powers back, but the fact that Oliver failed (and in front of her, no less) to fulfill his promise as a whole is now an even bigger burden that cannot be lifted.
  • Secret Identity: Oliver adopted the name Quimby Fletcher as his alias.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Oliver's Blue Oni and Kaz's Red Oni (The duo's main personalities)
  • The Smart Guy: It is Oliver who normally figures out the problems to the situation there involved in, he is also the brightest and most knowledgeable of the three of them. By Elite Force, he and Chase share the role, but while Chase has has Super Intelligence, Oliver is more observant, and can notice things a lot faster.
  • Shorter Means Smarter: Played straight in the first season being the shortest of the group and also the most intelligent. However it ends up inverted in the second season, as he grows taller than all the main cast, but is still the smartest, at least until Chase came along who is only slightly taller than him.
  • Staking the Loved One: After finding out that Skylar has been turned evil by the Annihilator, Kaz gets more intel from Wallace and Clyde, and tells Oliver that he has to kiss her at school dance so that she'll die. Oliver is put in a tough position, because he loves Skylar and did not want her to die, but he had to accept that the girl he loves is now evil, and had to move past his personal feelings. Plus, if Oliver doesn't pull the trigger, evil Skylar will remain and wreak havoc on many innocent lives. However, this is averted because Wallace and Clyde got the information wrong; if Skylar kisses Oliver he will die. It's a good thing he was stopped from doing so at the last minute.
  • Super Strength: Another ability granted by the Arcturion, which makes Oliver the Elite Force's main muscle. However, he's shown to be bad at hand to hand combat with his super strength.
  • Teen Genius: Though he is no Chase Davenport, Oliver is an undisputed genius, he quickly grasps superhero science and medicine, is highly knowledgeable in a variety of fields, gets straight A's in every class and is even qualified to do brain surgery, all at sixteen. Of course, he's still outshined by Chase himself.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Its subtle, but through the shows run Oliver gets noticeably tougher and more competent, as he gets more used to handling the superhero work.
    • Taken to a new level in the series finale where he is empowered by the Acturion, granting him actual superpowers.

    Skylar Storm 

Skylar Storm

Actor: Paris Berelc

"Wait. Where's the Arcturion? It was here just a minute ago."
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Skylar Storm is a comic book character that Kaz and Oliver like. She is not just an imaginary character, but a real person. Skylar is from the volcanic planet Caldera. It turns out that she is in the hospital because all of her powers have been taken away by the comic book villain, The Annihilator, making her a "Normo."

  • The Ace: She's one of the biggest heroes ever, with a total of 24 powers, and she's still a Badass Normal capable of holding her own even without them. She's also arguably the most powerful member of the Elite Force due to having the most powers and experience, she was even ranked first in AJ's list ranking them in terms of usefulness to the team.
  • Action Girl: With or without her powers she is a fierce fighter against any villain in her path.
  • Affably Evil: While evil, she may turn on the charm when she wants something, but she does still have genuine regard for Oliver.
  • Always Someone Better:
    • To Bree. not only did Skylar managed to thrash her even without her powers, but she also nearly takes Bree's spot in a shoe ad after saving a baby from Bree's mistake and even when taken their Super Speed into account, Bree managed to tie with her only after having her speed upgraded, meaning Skylar is naturally faster than her. This is a key part in the episode The Rock where Skylar is ranked at the top of AJ's list ranking the Elite Force members in terms of usefulness while Bree is near the bottom, thus making Bree want to get more powers so she can be above Skylar. Perry's reaction to both reflects that as well, with her being admired to meet Skylar and being a fan of her, calling her a real heroine and later insulting Bree as she usually does.
    Perry: I know who you are. Donny told me that the robots would be teaming with the superheroes. I can't believe I'm in the presence of a real heroine.
    Bree: Uh, hello. You never acted that impressed around me.
    Perry: Uh, that's 'cause she's a comic book hero come to life, and you're a manmade dolly.
    • Follow the Leader has her as this to Chase. When he's absent for the Elite Force's first mission, Skylar steps up and she takes the role of mission leader, coming up with a great plan to save the day. Later that day, Chase comes to help Kaz train to use his fire stream: however, Kaz reveals Skylar had already helped him, much to Chase's fury. Skylar comes out and Chase questions her about it, to which she states Kaz asked for her help. He then asks Kaz about this too which he figured since Skylar was a good leader, he figured she'd be a great teacher as well. With this, Chase has Skylar come inside for a word to tell her he's the only leader: Skylar tells him while she wasn't trying to one up him, she was needed by the team and he can't stop them if they need her again. Chase arguably has even worse than Bree with this since in The Rock, whereas Skylar was at the top of AJ's list, Chase was the last.
  • Ambiguously Brown: Her actress Paris Berelc is of French Canadian, European and Filipino descent.
  • Badass Adorable: Still tough enough to trade blows with villains just not always enough to beat them without help. When she does get her powers back and turn evil, she ends up creaming Tecton, who is known to be the greatest hero of all.
  • Badass Normal: Is one now but preferred it when she was super powered. They were temporarily restored while Skylar was evil, but lost again when she was returned to good. Apparently,Lab Rats: Elite Force shows Skylar, even without her powers, can still throw down Bree despite her having bionics and sense her even though Bree was invisible. She still possesses abilities common to her species (such as limb regrowth, acid spit, the ability to survive in extreme heat), but to her, that's nothing special. After so long she finally regains some of her powers in Elite Force, though it's not known if she has all of them back.
  • Barrier Warrior: One of the powers she regains in Season Two.
  • Berserk Button: Do not talk smack about Skylar losing her powers, or you will be sorry. She even hates it when people who have powers. One accident with Oliver's powers caused her to lose her temper a bit and take Oliver's sandwich out of spite.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: She's one of the nicest people in the series and she feels the need to protect and help others, but don't think she's not capable of kicking butt when the time comes.
  • Bizarre Alien Biology: Her species have three bladders for some reason. As with all Calderans, she possesses natural abilities and functions alien to human beings, but common to her species which enable her to survive and adapt, in addition to her unique superpowers. Like all of her species, she was genetically engineered so that each Calderan possesses different powers or skills from others.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Just as she got her powers back, the Annihilator began to exert control over her and made her his servant. It was because the Annihilator tampered with her powers beforehand, allowing him to exert control over them at will once she got repowered. Kaz and Oliver freed her, but at the cost of her powers.
  • Brought Down to Normal: Lost all fourteen of her powers to the Annihilator. This is deconstructed in the finale: if her species are without superpowers for a year, they will explode and then die. Not even their Healing Factor will save them. She gets at least some of her powers back in Lab Rats: Elite Force.
  • Brought Down to Badass: She may be powerless, but Skylar still retains a very athletic and strong body, abilities from her alien biology, and all her skills in hand-to-hand-combat. Considering she threw down a bionic superhuman such as Bree, even outsmarting her invisibility, is high praise indeed.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Skylar may be brainwashed into evil, but she gladly embraces her new evil persona.
  • Catchphrase: "There's a storm coming. Skylar Storm."
  • Chameleon Camouflage: She is able to blend in with walls of mighty Max.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: Outright admits she feels the need to protect and help others.
  • Clark Kenting: The only difference between her and her new identity is a pair of glasses, normal clothes and a different hair style. Although the fact everyone thinks she is fictional probably helps.
  • Combat Stilettos: Skylar wears black heels as part of her new mission suit in Lab Rats: Elite Force. Especially ironic considering that she stated she would never fight in high heels.
  • Cool Plane: Skylar mentioned she had an invisible jet that the Annihilator stole from her when he stole her powers.
  • Dance Battler: A large part of her combat relies on her agility.
  • Distaff Counterpart: Curiously, of Adam Davenport in the Lab Rats: Elite Force episode Holding Out For a Hero, because Bree noted that Skylar throttled her just like how Adam did with Chase in Lab Rats to show brotherly affection.
  • The Dragon: Thanks to the Annihilator tampering with her powers, she became this and was under his control.
    • Dragon Ascendant: After betraying the Annihilator, she becomes the main threat at the climax of Storm's End.
    • The Starscream: Pulls one on the Annihilator, and decides that she'd rather rule the whole universe than take orders from him. It REALLY cost her when she betrayed him.
  • Dying as Yourself: After Skylar is broken free from the Annihilator's evil serum, the Annihilator blasts poison on her immediately after. Good Skylar gets a few moments with Oliver until the poison starts taking effect, which causes her to die.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: She may be evil, but she just didn't have it in her to kill Oliver.
  • Eviler than Thou: In Storm's End, Skylar decides to betray the Annihilator and declares she's powerful enough to rule the Universe. Subverted as her plan is actually less evil than the Annihilator's whole sale destruction, and it ends up backfiring her by the end.
  • Experienced Protagonist: She's by far the most experienced member of the Elite Force. Before joining the team, she was considered one of the greatest heroes ever and went on several dangerous missions on her own and managed to accomplish them all.
  • Fallen Princess: Subverted. Skylar poses as the "deposed Princess of Calderania" because Stefanie was on to her and found out there are no Connie Valentines. Skylar had a little fun with this and messed with Stefanie most of the episode.
  • Femme Fatale: Post-Face–Heel Turn. The Annihilator even gives her the power to drain a victim's life force through kissing.
  • Flight: Skylar is able to soar in the air allowing her to fight flying enemies, save falling bystanders, etc. Although she has never been shown flying in the show, she mentions that she still has it a lot of times. Skylar said she still has this power and could fall back on it in Need for Speed. Even after losing some of her powers to the Arcturion, she still has this power as she planned to save Perry by flying up to rescue her. When she got sick in Mighty Med she levitates because her cells were dormant.
  • Foil: To Bree. Bree felt having powers was taking over her life, and wanted to be normal, whereas Skylar enjoyed being a hero and having powers, and felt being normal was dragging her down.
  • Forced Sleep: She has shown this ability when she puts her finger on her victim putting them to sleep. She can use this power like Horace and freeze more than one person at a distance. Skylar has yet to use this power during Lab Rats: Elite Force.
  • Freudian Trio: With Kaz and Oliver she's the Ego.
  • The Heavy: The Annihilator is the primary villain, but despite that, Skylar is the villain with the most emotional impact on the plot of Season 2, especially for Oliver.
  • Healing Factor: Though she has yet to demonstrate this, her species have the natural ability to regrow lost limbs, organs, and even a new head.
  • Hero with Bad Publicity: Skylar is hit with this for siding with the Annihilator, which only happened because he corrupted her powers prior to claiming them. Aside Kaz and Oliver in which they're easily forgiving towards her when she's back to fight for the side of good after her powers were removed again, none of the superheroes in the titular hospital were welcoming towards her. If that wasn't enough, Alan is fine with it and tries to keep it that way, considering his reputation. At least it doesn't last long, thanks to the superheroes having witnessed him destroying the gifts that Skylar is planning to give them to make up for the things she did while under the Annihilator's influence.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Bree, who she met in Lab Rats vs. Mighty Med. They both fought over Oliver until The Incapacitator was destroyed, and Bree realized that Oliver reminded her of Chase. They did end up becoming friends, however, and both agreed that they shouldn't have underestimated each other. In Lab Rats: Elite Force, Bree takes on the "bigger sister role" between the two. Bree and Skylar are just like sisters and at first, in Holding Out for a Hero, Skylar treats Bree like a brother while adjusting to a real sister-hood. In The Rock, Skylar sacrificed some of her powers to save Bree's life.
  • Human Aliens: She is a Calderan. Her species have three bladders, 14 toes, and can regenerate lost appendages.
  • Human Outside, Alien Inside: As a Calderan Skylar looks like an ordinary human, however her biology is completely different, as she has three bladders and 14 toes (8 on one, 6 on the other).
  • "I Know You're in There Somewhere" Fight: After Skylar is turned evil, Oliver tries to break her out of it by getting her to remember the memories they shared. Unfortunately, it doesn't work.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: Averted. Skylar has been a superhero most of her life, and she never grew tired of it. By the time she DOES become normal, she wants it all back.
  • Informed Ability: A lot of her powers fall under this as they are mentioned by her or other characters but she's never seen using them, such as seeing through people and objects, heat up objects with her gaze, control gravity, manipulate celestial bodies like planets and stars, run through walls, and some others.
  • Interspecies Romance: With Oliver, who is a human while she's a Calderan.
  • Invisibility: She is able to spin and disappear (she mentions she really enjoys this power). It's implied her experience using this power is how she was able to conclude Bree was invisible. She has not used this power yet, but she still has mentioned it.
  • Kiss of Death: She gets the power to drain her victim's life force through kissing.
  • The Leader: She took this role during the Elite's Force first mission as Chase wasn't with them, coming up with a great plan to save the day. This starts some conflict between her and Chase in Follow the Leader as he's been The Leader for years since.
  • Killer Yo-Yo: Skylar briefly used Captain Atomic’s Yo-Yo of Victory to free Tecton and Captain Atomic from Jonathan Boardman, the supervillain Sonic Shriek, from his Sonic Force Field that incapacitated them.
  • Lightning Bruiser: She can keep up with Bree who can run around ten times the speed of sound and even while powerless, Skylar was able to survive many hits that would have possibly killed or critically injured many normo humans and is strong enough to even kick Tecton across a room and knock him down for a few seconds.
  • Line-of-Sight Name: The name of Skylar’s civilian persona, Connie Valentine, came from an advertisement for the upcoming school dance Kaz saw that said “Carnival Time” when trying to come up with a fake girlfriend to take to the dance to make his crush jealous.
  • Made of Iron: She may have lost her powers, but a lot of things that would kill a normal human only stun her, and she recovers rather quickly, but part of this may be due to her alien biology.
  • Manipulative Bitch: While pretending to be good, she was able to use charm and her friendship to manipulate the others, especially Kaz and Oliver into furthering the Annihilator's plan.
  • Ms. Fanservice: She’s beautiful, curvy, and wears a tight spandex suit. Gets upgraded to a Spy Catsuit in Lab Rats: Elite Force.
  • Mind over Matter: One of the powers she regains in Season Two.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Skylar feels this way when she realized she destroyed people she loved and cared for, due to being turned evil. Sure, it wasn't her fault due to being controlled by the Annihilator, but she feels greatly responsible for what she became.
  • The Mole: Becomes one for the Annihilator in the first part of Season Two.
  • Nice Girl: Skylar is one of the nicest characters, but taken to an extreme, her species' idea of being nice to a sister involves a lot of aggression.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Skylar found out her old friend Crossbow was in Centium City, and a concerned Oliver decides to accompany Skylar and they decide not to tell Chase. Unfortunately, the two Shapeshifters were watching, and they led Roman right to Crossbow, while them talking about the list led Riker to infiltrate Mission Command as Kaz and get the list. They really should have listened to Chase.
  • Night-Vision Goggles: Skylar wore these to see in the dark and gain an advantage over Experion. No one from her planet can see in the dark.
  • Only Sane Man: Between Chase’s arrogance, Kaz’s rashness and inability to think things through, Oliver’s insecurity and eccentricities, and Bree's moments of foolishness, there is not much sanity to go around. So Skylar takes this role, as she often reminds the others what being a hero truly means, as she was a seasoned superhero long before everyone else.
  • Pet the Dog: After Alan caused a commotion, Evil Skylar disappears and lies about Oliver's death to the Annihilator, showing there was still a trace of the old Skylar left.
  • Physical Goddess: A lot of her powers go way beyond simply super attributes to this. We never see her using them but if it's true that she has them then she's capable of doing things like manipulating matter, space, energy and time.
  • Playing with Fire: She was able to make fireballs with The Annihilator. Since she has this power, she also taught Kaz how to use his fire powers in Follow the Leader. However, she can still feel pain from fire or heat, as she was slightly burned through her shirt by Bree's "Thermal Touch" in The Rock.
  • Pride: Skylar is a bit arrogant, and although she keeps this under control, this can occasionally cause problems. It's partially down to this that losing her powers hit her so badly.
  • Proud Warrior Race Girl: In the Lab Rats: Elite Force episode "Holding out for a hero", it's revealed that while Calderians are a friendly people, their culture is based around aggression. When Skylar bonds with someone, she roughhouses them. Calderian sisters treat each other like brothers (translation: much like how Adam throws Chase around). Kaz and Oliver are used to it, but Bree isn't.
  • Secret Identity: Skylar adopted "Connie Valentine" as her secret identity on Earth. However, she seems to have discarded that identity by Lab Rats: Elite Force, in favor of passing herself off as bionic, as bionics are publicly known.
  • Shock and Awe: Oliver states that Skylar has electricity powers in The Intruder, although she used first this power to open electrical doors and walls (as she did in Follow the Leader) and later on to make things disintegrate (as she did in The Intruder).
  • Smug Super: Not to any serious regard, but even without her powers Skylar's a little arrogant, sometime even bordering on vanity, such as when she started carrying a cardboard cut out of herself around and asked if it was wrong she considered her her best friend. At worst though, she can sometimes be Innocently Insensitive to the fact that not all who have powers enjoy it. When it comes to bionic superhumans, she doesn't think they're anything special due their powers coming from a microchip, but her opinion changed after fighting alongside the Lab Rats. It's Played Straight when she turned evil though, during which Skylar thinks she's more powerful than any being.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Skylar is the only girl in the core cast. This is averted in Lab Rats: Elite Force, when Bree joins in.
  • The Strategist: Skylar is an accomplished strategist, able to come up with incredibly complex and brilliant plans quickly. However, her solutions are often over-inflated and end up backfiring. Despite lacking Chase's superintelligence, Skylar was able to coordinate a rescue effort on her first mission in a while.
  • Superpower Lottery: Before she lost them, Skylar was one of the most powerful heroes in the universe (along with Tecton), possessing a grand total of twenty four different powers (ranging from super attributes, to being able to manipulate matter, space, energy and time). As such being made powerless hit her very hard. When she does get them back in Elite Force, she starts glitching because her powers haven't readjusted themselves properly, which hits her harder because until she remasters them, she's prevented from using a portion of her powers.
  • Super Hearing: Skylar, and Calderans in general, has Super-Hearing due to her Calderan Physiology. This allows her to perceive even the slightest disturbances in her surroundings, which allowed her to intercept a pipe thrown by Tecton even though she was not looking. She also was able to hear the Shapeshifters' movement and Bree's breathing despite her being invisible. Unlike Chase, Skylar doesn't have the problem of ultra-sensitive hearing.
  • Super Senses: Skylar's senses are supernaturally acute, likely due to her Calderan physiology. This allows her to perceive even the slightest disturbances in her surroundings, which allowed her to intercept a pipe thrown by Tecton even though she was not looking. In Lair, Lair, Skylar claims she has supernaturally acute hearing, though she may have been using this as an alibi to prevent Kaz and Oliver from leaving. However, it was later proven to be a real ability that was not lost with her other powers, as she was able to hear the Shapeshifters' movement, or Bree's breathing despite her being invisible. Unlike Chase, Skylar doesn't have the problem of ultra-sensitive hearing. She also has superhuman smell, as she could smell and identify reinforced polymer.
  • Super Reflexes: Skylar can react very quickly to dodge attacks, and the way she does it is quite impressive.
  • Super Speed: Apparently, Skylar can speed as fast as Bree. Of course, if one takes into account the fact that Bree's super speed was upgraded after the Lab Rats finale, Skylar (prior to losing her powers the first time) was faster than Bree.
  • Super Spit: Skylar, like all members of her species, can expel acid with their saliva. Skylar can keep this under control (unless she's asleep) as she has kissed Oliver twice without any ill effects on him. In addition, she isn't at risk of melting her face off unlike Chase if he were to unlock this ability, suggesting that this ability is normal for her.
  • Super Strength: She is able to exert great strength from her muscles, greater than what is humanly possible. Skylar is strong enough to even kick Tecton across a room and knock him down for a few seconds (granted she did catch him by surprise). Even without this power, she was still relatively stronger than other humans. Skylar said she still had this power in Need for speed and could fall back on it, and even used her super strength to ram Bree against a street lamp, which ended up dented.
  • Taste of Power: Skylar gets her entire power set back at the end of Season 1, and gets a chance to enjoy it for the first six episodes of Season 2, but due to the Annihilator turning her into his slave for that time, Hapax had to drain them. By Lab Rats: Elite Force, Skylar got her powers back, but she will have to regenerate or remaster the rest of her powers the long way.
  • Token Nonhuman: She's a Calderan in a team of bionic superhumans.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Tomboy to Bree's Girly Girl. But it's downplayed in that Skylar is just as girly as Bree, but on Caldera, Skylar's species act like brothers.
  • Tragic Hero: Skylar falls into this. She was a superheroine, who was always selfless and dedicated her life protecting others. She lost her powers after the Annihilator ambushed her, and spent a year desperately trying to regain what she lost but to no avail, all to become a hero again. Skylar wanted powers to protect others, and by the time Skylar regained her superpowers, she ends up becoming a power-hungry supervillain obsessed with power and ruling the universe. Deep down, there was still a part of her that wanted to be with her friends again, yet Skylar ended up obliterating people she loved and cared for while under the Annihilator's control. When she's turned good again, not only has the goal of regaining her powers become near-unreachable, but she has to live with the fact that she failed to protect others and did the opposite.
  • Tragic Villain: After turning evil she accepted it, but deep down there was still a part of her that cared for her friends, as shown in The Claw Prank Redemption. She didn't want to kill Oliver, but she felt she was obligated to do so because she's evil.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Coal is one of Skylar's weaknesses, much like Kryptonite. In fact, if too much gets infused in her system, she not only gets a grotesque appearance, but she also becomes a living gas bomb that can kill every living being in the vicinity. She also can't see in the dark as no one from her planet can.
  • We Can Rule Together: Wants Kaz and Oliver by her side when she rules the universe.
  • Worf Had the Flu: Though she's very good at keeping up (without her superpowers) against The Annihilator, Megahertz and other superpowered villains, she sometimes falls into this, mostly to have Kaz, Oliver and another superhero to save the day. Usually, she suffers against villains she hasn't heard of before.
  • Your Days Are Numbered: If Skylar doesn't get her powers back after a year, her arms will explode off and in a few days, she will perish.

    Alan Diaz
Portrayed by Devan Leos
Alan is Horace's nephew, a smug and arrogant guy, he thinks he's better than everyone else, but at the same time is desperate to prove himself to his uncle Horace.

  • Attention Whore: Definitely, but no one likes him.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: Oliver believed that the way he was being treated could turn him into a villain. He tried to be an all out villain in Alan's Reign of Terror, but it just backfired on him later on.
  • Butt-Monkey: Often suffers, but normally brings it upon himself.
  • Catchphrase: "WHAT?!"
    • Another one, where he talks about feeling "somewhat" something, and another character questions him: "I SAID SOMEWHAT [adjective]!"
  • Characterization Marches On: The season finale There's a Storm Coming was his ultimate test of character. He always wanted to be appreciated and respected, but believed tremendous power would give him all the glory he wanted. When Catastrophe reverted back to Wallace and Clyde, they tempt him by telling him that the Dyad would give him everything he has always wanted. His uncle Horace tells him to destroy the Dyad. He decides to destroy it and in the end, he gets praise from his Uncle and has proven himself a hero. Afterwards, it's clear that he's an Attention Whore who lacks people skills.
  • Control Freak
  • Deceptive Legacy: His father is a superhero who has an enemy so dangerous that the family has decided to keep him separate from all his friends and family to protect them. Alan and Skylar dug through Alan's files to find him, only to meet a slovenly, unemployed Normo. Horace showed up to collect them and after the kids left, the truth was revealed. "Nelson the Normo" really is a great hero with a dangerous enemy. He just stays in character in his Secret Identity to protect his son. Alan finally finds out the truth in "Mother Of All Evil."
  • Dirty Coward: He often runs from danger the moment he sees it. Alan even runs and screams like a girl when he sees a brainwashed Skylar take down his uncle.
  • Drunk with Power: When Horace leaves him in charge for one day, he goes full blown egomaniac, acting more like a dictator than a head of staff. To the point he practically renames everything after himself (to the point where a whole sentence he said only contained the word Alan) and imprisons those who question him.
  • Enemy Mine: As much as he dislikes Kaz and Oliver, when things get serious enough (and often pose a danger to him) he will help them (but only to an extent).
  • Evil Nephew: Normally more jerkish than outright evil though. However, the one time his uncle leaves him in charge, he actually went behind his uncle's back and tricks a superhero into stranding Horace on a planet. When this happens, he becomes a tyrant in Mighty Med.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Because he's not a people-person.
  • Freudian Excuse: According to Horace, it's revealed Alan behaves the way he does because his father is never around. It's later revealed this is cause his father is Optimo, an undercover superhero who is in hiding to keep Alan safe from his archnemesis Razor claw. Also applies to his desire for appreciation and wanting to be the greatest hero, which has often led him to be misguided into believing power will get him what he wants.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Alan can get angry at the drop of a hat, it's acknowledged by several others he's got a very bad temper.
  • Identical Grandson: Its revealed in "Mother of All Evil" Alan is the spitting image of his paternal grandfather, Hapax the Elder.
  • Involuntary Shapeshifter: A new power he gains, which he inherits from his Maternal grandfather that lets him partially or fully shift into animals. He has yet to gain full control over it.
  • Jerkass: To about every one, he outright goes out of his way to try and get Kaz and Oliver fired for a very petty reasons. Even his uncle tells him that he's not a people person.
  • Jerkass with a Heart of Gold: Emphasis on the first part, Alan isn't heartless and will sometimes thank others when he feels they deserve it or help out if the need is great enough. But he still nearly always puts himself first. In the pilot, he even saves Skylar's life!
  • Lazy Bum: Alan is quite lazy as he's shown on several occasions, although not an extreme trait, he still prefers taking short cuts, and doesn't particularly like exercise.
  • Mind over Matter: His main power, he can move objects with his mind.
  • Pride: Alan's greatest weakness is his arrogance. This was something Wallace and Clyde took advantage of, and Alan almost turned to The Dark Side because of it.
  • Nom de Mom: Alan's (unseen) mother was Horace's sister.
  • Rewarded as a Traitor Deserves: Alan thought Wallace and Clyde would give him power if he gave them the other half of the Dyad. His reward? Wallace and Clyde tie him up for giving them the other half of the Dyad.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Thinks he's smarter, greater and better than everyone, when in reality he is a nobody, with weak powers whose accomplished near nothing.
  • Smug Super: Feels that his powers make him better than being a normo, that that he is that super.
  • Spanner in the Works: In The Claw Prank Redemption, Alan's incident that turned him into a pig caused enough confusion to save Oliver from Skylar's Kiss of Death.
  • Squishy Wizard: He has telekinesis, but he lacks physical fitness.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: He's nowhere to be seen in the sequel series (although presumably he survived the attack on the hospital given it being stated that the attack killed many heroes and there being no mention of other casualties, not even by those who knew Alan and would have had cause to avenge him).

Mighty Med Employees

    Doctor Horace Diaz 

Portrayed by Carlos Lacámara
Head doctor at Mighty Med Horace is Kaz and Oliver's boss, a normally brilliant man he is also somewhat fun loving and Wacky.
  • Adults Are Useless: Downplayed, although wacky Horace is very clearly very capable and good at his job and can be useful in a crisis. The problem is that they're normally trying to hide said problem from him or he doesn't get a chance to do much. Subverted in "Storm's End" when he brings Skylar back from the dead and reveals he's Caduceo, the ancient healer of superheroes.
  • The Ageless: It's revealed that he is over three thousand years old, and hasn't aged a day since the 1950's.
  • Benevolent Boss: Although he can sometimes be strict, Horace is a nice and fun loving guy.
  • Catchphrase: "I love bridges!"
  • Crazy-Prepared: Had a weapon designed and kept to face Catastrophe on the extremely unlikely chance Catastrophe ever returned. Shame it didn't help much.
  • Dr. Jerk: Downplayed. There are times where he's rude and insensitive towards other patients and employees, but he's dedicated to his job. His boss Dr. Bridges however, is much worse.
  • Fake Guest Star: He's never credited as anything more than a guest star, even though he plays a bigger role than Gus.
  • Lab Coat Of Science And Medicine: Almost always wears one.
  • Team Dad: Sometimes falls into this, particularly for Alan and Skylar.
  • Time Master: He has the power to freeze time, manipulate time around him, etc. He doesn't use this power very often though, and it appears he can only hold it for so long.
  • Secret Identity: He's Caduceo, ancient healer of superheros with the power to raise the dead. He kept his identity secret for security reasons and because of "all the follow-up questions."
  • Secret-Keeper: He is trusted with the secret that Optimo is Alan's father.
  • Super Doc: Apparently able to perform any area of superhero medicine.

Portrayed by Karan Soni
Benny is a Nurse at Mighty Med.

    Lizard Man 
Portrayed by Dirk Ellis
Lizard Man is another worker at Mighty Med.
  • The Chew Toy: In his every appearance he gets hurt, insulted or otherwise damaged.
  • Lizard Folk: He has scaly skin, reptilian teeth and no nose to speak of.

Portrayed by Jeremy Howard
Another worker at Mighty Med, Philip struggles from issues of his head not being as large as he wishes it was.
  • The Chew Toy: Does NOT have a fun life.
  • The Exile: Its revealed in "Mother Of All Evil" he was exiled from his home planet, for failing to destroy the Arcturion (he wasn't even assigned the job, he was the janitor who accidentally took off in the ship that was meant to deliver it to the sun, while messing around with the controls). He's spent all this time on earth.
  • Friendless Background: Admit to having no friends except his pet Camel.
  • Humanoid Aliens: Philip's species have swollen, bulbous heads (his is the smallest by their standards). He eats metallic nuts and bolts for food.
  • My Brain Is Big: Causing him to have a swollen head, alas it's not as big as he wants it to be. It turns out it's because his head is actually the smallest by his species' standards.
  • Normal Fish in a Tiny Pond: He may look like a mutated human with a bulbous head, but he's actually an alien, and his head is the smallest by his species standards. Judging by the appearance of his president's head, which is even more bulbous (but said to be the second smallest), his species heads are far larger.
  • Police Brutality: When getting a job as a Mighty Max prison guard, he enjoys tormenting prisoners far too much. When Kaz went undercover as a villain, Phillip tazed him more than what was necessary.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Its revealed he's a thousand years old.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: When he becomes a security guard, his life improves dramatically.

    Agent Blaylock 
Portrayed by Windell D. Middlebrooks
An agent for Secret Superhero Service Division, it's his job to help hunt down dangerous villains.

  • Police Are Useless: Well he's not particularly good at his job. Unable to catch either villains who he is assigned to catch, not that he doesn't try. When he does try, people like Kaz end up making his job really difficult.
  • Intangibility: His power is he can walk through walls.
  • Killed Off for Real: Skylar turns him to stone and he hasn't recovered since. Given that his actor died afterwards, Blaylock is as good as dead.
  • Lazy Bum: Reveals he takes 12 hour naps and is exhausted after having to run from his office into the next room (not to mention taking an hour to get there).
  • Red Herring: Kaz initially suspects him to be Dr. Wrath, turns out he is the official assigned to catch Dr. Wrath.
  • Taken for Granite: Becomes his fate, after he discovers Skylar's the Mole, she turns him into a statue to stop him exposing her.

Portrayed by Oliver Muirhead
The entire Might Med comic book department, Ambrose writes all the comics.

  • Cool Old Guy: Is getting on, but he single handily writes every comic book in existence.
  • Mundane Utility: All his powers are used to write comic books.
  • Seers: Ambrose possess the power to see every single Super hero and supervillain event, thus allowing him to draw them all.
  • The Scapegoat: He gets the blame if the sales are down, despite him only being the recorder of the events, not the creator.
  • Super Speed: Ambrose can write and draw at incredible speeds, thus allowing him to keep up with the demand of writing all the comics.


Portrayed by Cozi Zuehlsdorff
Jordan is Kaz and Oliver's other friend, whose a gamer girl and a bit of a jerk.

  • Gamer Chick: She's avid video game player who isn't as feminine as some of her fellow characters.
  • Hates Everyone Equally: Kaz and Oliver out right acknowledge she hates everyone.
  • Hypocrite: She generally works on the principle people should do things for her, but doesn't feel the need to do the same for them.
  • Jerkass
    • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She does however have a nicer side, for example she apologies to Alan when a prank meant for Gus hits him instead, and she is an Animal lover.
  • Tomboy: Very much so, to the point that when Skylar told her, her new earing made her look "sweet and feminine" Jordan's response was to hastily get rid of it. Wallace and Clyde even call her a "Tomboyish Maiden".
  • With Friends Like These...: She outright admits to enjoying humiliating Kaz and Oliver.

Portrayed by Augie Isaac
Gus is a very strange person, who is somewhat friends with Kaz and Oliver.

  • Ambiguous Disorder: It's regularly implied that Gus suffers from some sort of disorder showing very limited social skills, low intelligence but great creativity and is extremely eccentric, exactly what however is unspecified.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: He's Literal-Minded, socially awkward and prone to forgetful mistakes.
  • The Danza: A variant since actor and character use different nicknames.
  • The Ditz: He once left a ransom note that include his name and address, despite going to the effort of using cut out letters to hid his identity.
  • Hidden Depths: He's an amazing artist.
  • Identical Stranger: In-Universe, Skylar says he reminds her of her pet Dorenbosh. When Kaz and Oliver meet the Dorenbosh itself, it's female and they even mistook her for Gus.
  • Literal-Minded:
  • No Social Skills
  • Promoted to Opening Titles: In Season 2.
  • Yes-Man: To Stefanie.

Portrayed by Brooke Sorenson
A popular, but dim and shallow girl at Kaz and Oliver's school, Kaz has a crush on her.

  • Alpha Bitch: A more light hearted version as she's less of a jerk, but still expects others to put up with her exploiting them.
  • Big Brother Is Watching: It turns out she keeps tabs on every student so she can blackmail them.
  • Dumb Blonde: A blonde girl who's somewhat shallow.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: It turns out the real Stephanie's memories were wiped out by Dr. Wrath, and she came out, not remembering who anyone is.
  • Popular Is Dumb:
  • Shoe Slap: When she gets caught up in one fight scene she hits an android with her shoe.
  • Valley Girl: She's a slang-throwing, trendy teenager.
  • Verbal Tic: She like, says "like", like a LOT.


Portrayed by Jilon VanOver
An incredibly powerful and highly respected superhero, he is Kaz's Idol.

  • Brainwashed and Crazy: In "Lair, Lair" Skylar does this to him, so she can frame him as the Annihilator's henchman. Is freed in "Storms End".
  • The Cape: Is this type of hero.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: Is linked to the earth's core and cause earthquakes by stomping his feet.
  • Flying Brick: He can fly and is nearly invulnerable to harm.
  • Heroic Build: His brawniness fits well with his heroic costume.
  • Super Speed
  • Smug Super: Occasionally falls into this, particularly in "Fantasy League of Super Heroes" where he becomes a bit to obsessed to prove that he is he greatest superhero. Comes to his senses at the end however
  • Super Strength: The man is one of the most physically strong supers in the show.
  • The Worf Effect: Despite being one of the greatest superheroes in universe, even he couldn't beat Evil Skylar Storm. He put up a decent fight, but it came to show just how dangerous Evil Skylar was.

    Solar Flare 
Portrayed by Carly Hollas
A Super heroine with the power over fire, who regularly visits Mighty Med.

  • Legacy Character: In verse, in "Atomic Blast From the Past" it's revealed she isn't the first Solar Flare, instead she's the former protégé of the previous one, who was a hero during the 1950's.
  • Mundane Utility: She commonly uses her power over fire for cooking purposes.
  • Playing with Fire: Her main power is control over flames.
  • Recurring Extra: She often appears around the hospital without having any dialogue.
  • Statuesque Stunner: Played by Carly Hollas who is Five Foot Ten and is up to date the tallest woman on the show.
  • The Voiceless: Has yet to actually say anything, yet she's said to be a gossip.

    Blue Tornado 
Portrayed by Brent Johnson
A Superhero who has the power to control the weather.

  • Blow You Away: Main power is he can control the wind and use this to manifests a tornado around there mid section.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Gets corrupted by Skylar and brainwashed into joining the Annihilator in "Mighty Mole", but freed in "Storms End".
  • Conspicuous Trenchcoat: Is introduced wearing one while in his secret identity.
  • Clark Kenting: Subverted, it's because Kaz saw through his poor disguise that they find out that Mighty Med exists.
  • Shock and Awe: Can also control lightning.
  • Weather Manipulation: He controls the weather to make a transport tornado.
  • The Voiceless: Has yet to actually say anything. Lampshaded by Tecton in "Storms End".

    Captain Atomic 
Portrayed by Bradley Dodds
A Famous Superhero in the 1950's, Captain Atomic accidentally wound up in the present.

  • Atomic Superpower: Is atomically powered, he uses Atomic batteries to keep himself alive and use his powers.
  • Captain Superhero: He's a superhero with captain in his name.
  • Fish out of Temporal Water: Downplayed, although he is a bit surprised by the changes, he quickly adapts and decides the future is actually better than his own time, so he stays.
  • Golden Age: Is a parody and tribute to this, being a hero from the 1940's and 50's.
  • Expy: For Captain America, being a WWII era superhero with immense strength who gets transported to the present..
  • Hurricane of Puns: Commonly spews these, as a reference to how heroes used to talk during the 40's and 50's.
  • Killer Yo-Yo: His weapon, give to him by his girlfriend, it saved his life during World War Two, when it deflected a Radioactive bullet. It is like him Atomically Powered, and proves to be quite a Swiss Army knife of weapons. As he can use it as a shield, a whip, a Lasso or to cause atomic blasts.
  • Politically Incorrect Hero: Being fresh out of the fifties he finds the idea of women being doctors hilarious, Played for Laughs obviously.
  • Smug Super: Falls into this in "Superhero Fantasy League" partially down to Kaz's prompting and lying to him about Tecton calling him lame. Manages to come to his senses at the end however.

Portrayed by Mike Bradecich
Neocortex is a superhero, with mental powers.

  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Gets corrupted by Skylar and brainwashed into joining the Annihilator in "Mighty Mole," Is freed from this in "Storms End".
  • Psychic Powers: Able to read minds, wipe memories and alter people's personalities.

Portrayed by Carlos Lacámara
Horace's cousin Boris, Timeline is a superhero with the power to see the future.

Portrayed by Chris Elwood
A former jet pilot, who became a superhero by building his power armour.

  • Apologetic Attacker: When his suit was hijacked by the digital villain Wi-Fi he apologized to the guards and Kaz when he was fighting them.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Leads a small army of heroes into Mighty Med, to stop the Annihilator in the Season Two premiere.
  • Easy Amnesia: In his first appearance, he's being treated for amnesia, which he gained following a battle with Black Falcon. Might be Subverted, as it's never made clear what happened to cause it and while he begins to get better, he's clearly not healed by the end of the episode.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He built his own power Armor.
  • Power Armour: One which he built himself, which gives him all his powers.
  • The Scrooge: Looks for a parking meter with remaining time from its last user and hopes to leave on time to avoid having to pay for more time.

    Brain Matter 
Portrayed by Napoleon Ryan/Troy Brenna (Monster)
A Genius hero, who tried to give himself more powers and went horribly wrong.

  • Gone Horribly Right: He succeeded in giving himself more useful superpowers, only to come at the cost of his intelligence and turning into a giant monster.
  • Hulking Out: Following his serum, he gains Super Strength, but turns into a gigantic horrible beast. Horace thankfully manages to cure him of this by his second appearance.
  • Science Hero: Was this, as he solely used his genius level intellect to help other heroes. Until he began to feel his contributions weren't enough and tried to give himself more powers, cue Gone Horribly Wrong.

    Grey Granite 
Portrayed by Mike O'Hearn
A superhero with a body made out of Rock

  • Bald Head of Toughness:He's a bald Super made out of rock, which makes him very durable in a fight.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: Made of solid rock, he can break into multiple pieces and reassemble at will.

Portrayed by Mike Beaver
Alan's Father, whose real name is Nelson and is an undercover superhero who has to pretend he is a normo and doesn't remember Alan, due to his nemesis Razor Claw.

  • Action Dad
  • Daddy Had a Good Reason for Abandoning You: Nelson can't visit Alan, cause his archnemisis Razor Claw has vowed revenge if on his family.
  • Faking Amnesia: Pretends to be a normo and not remember Alan, to keep him safe from Razor Claw. He finally reveals the truth to Alan in "Mother Of All Evil"
  • Mind over Matter: It is him who Alan inherited his telekinesis from, though Optimo is a lot more powerful.
  • Papa Wolf: Did not hesitate to push his son out of the way and take a book case falling upon him, when Alan was in danger.

    The Great Defender 
Portrayed by Dwight Howard
A greatly respected superhero, who Oliver admires.

  • Normal Fish in a Tiny Pond: On Earth the Great Defender is a powerful and respected hero, however on his own planet he's always being picked on for being smallest person on the entire planet.
  • Humanoid Alien: He's an alien with a human body shape.



Actor: Debby Ryan

''"I want my name to be something that, when you hear it, you say "that's cool, but I don't know why"."

A edgy rock star, called Jade, turned superhero following an accident involving radioactive yak's milk and an electrical surge.

  • Action Girl: Pretty tough, but still requiring some training before she is able to take on true villains.
  • Arrogant Kung-Fu Girl: She's indeed good as she was capable of easily predicting a surprise attack from Skylar and then defeating her, but she's still not as good as she boasts and still got much to learn, which she learned after fighting the Soul Slayer.
  • Barrier Warrior: Able to use her powers to create force fields.
  • Break the Haughty: A not to severe example, but almost getting beaten by Soul Slayer, did cause her to accept she still had a lot to learn before she became a true hero.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Delivers one to Skylar after the former super hero tries to do a surprise attack on her.
    • She's later on the receiving end against Soul Slayer and has to be aided by Skylar to beat him.
  • Deflector Shields: She can project green energy from her hands and use it for a variety of effects. She can use the energy to create a force field, that can protect herself and others.
  • Hand Blast: She can use the energy offensively, to fire blasts of energy.
  • It's All About Me: Even when she tries not to, she often falls into this.
  • Not Quite Flight: She can hover in the air without aid.
  • Pride: Jade was always a bit smug, being a successful rock star, but gaining super powers turned it into full blown arrogance. Never the less she gets better by the end of the episode, as nearly being defeated by Soul Slayer gives her some humility.
  • Rockers Smash Guitars: Specifically refers to it as her method of calming down.
  • Super Hero Origin: Seen and explored, as Kaz and Oliver begin coaching her on how to be a hero after she gets her powers.
  • Smug Super: Was quite arrogant to begin with, but gets a bit worse after becoming a superhero. However she gets better after almost being defeated by Soul Slayer.

An invisible hero

  • Invisibility: His main power, meaning apparent from a short cameo in "Copy Kaz" and a longer appearance in "Lair, Lair"; he doesn't actually physically appear in the series.

    The Crusher 
Portrayed by Jeffrey James Lippold
The strongest superhero in the world.

  • Retired Badass: Following getting Married, his wife stops him actively fighting crime out of fear he will get hurt, meaning his comic books became very dull.
  • Super Strength: Officially the strongest man in existence, he can crush coal into diamonds with his bare fists. However, Adam Davenport knocked him out with almost no effort (accidentally).

    Owl Girl 
Portrayed by Erica Arrias
A Owl themed Super heroine with the power of flight.

  • Action Girl: She's good at charging into battle and swinging away at opponents.
  • Flight: Going with her Owl motif.
  • Fragile Speedster: She's very fast and agile, and put up a good fight, but as shown can not take to much damage.
  • The Voiceless: Has yet to actually say anything.
  • Team Pet: Has her own pet owl.

Portrayed by Tiphani Abney
A female superhero with hypnotic powers.

    Alley Cat 
Portrayed by Alina Andrei
A female superhero with feline powers.

Portrayed by Ben Schreen
A hero with the power over light.

    Dark Warrior 
Portrayed by Ben Giroux
A hero with no powers, who relies on his gadgets and intimidation.

  • Badass Baritone: Exploited, his incredibly deep voice is down to a voice modulator, his actual voice is quite high and comical.
  • Badass Normal: Being the only known superhero, with no special powers (or special power armour) and still being renowned and respected qualifies him.
  • Clothes Make the Superman: Downplayed, not useless, it's just without his costume, he's actually a pretty normal and unthreatening guy.

Portrayed by: Gianna Le Pera
A teenage hero who had a relationship with Kaz, until he realised how possessive she was.

  • Action Girl: Is incredibly tough and skilled, able to take on older villains.
  • Badass Family: Her mother was an astronaut, which is how Spark got her powers.
  • Blow You Away: One of her powers.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: Very much so, Kaz taking to his own mother on the phone was enough to convince her that he was cheating on her and send her into a frenzy.
  • Cute and Psycho: Is adorable, but even she admits to being emotionally unstable.
  • Flight: She has the power to fly.
  • Gold-Colored Superiority: Her cape is gold.
  • Gravity Master: Can create anti-gravity fields, such as when on their date she used one to let Kaz have a picnic on a cloud.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Incredibly so, even the most brief hint that her dates are being unfaithful is enough to set her into a frenzy.
  • Heroic BSoD: After Kaz breaks up with her, it takes a pep talk from Oliver to even get her to fight back when her Archnemesis attacks.
  • Kid Hero: Is Kaz's age, and already a respected superhero.
  • Made of Iron: A knife to the back, doesn't even slow her down.
  • Mood-Swinger: Very much so, she can go from sunshine and laughter, to red hot rage in the blink of an eye.
  • Not Good with Rejection: Subverted, Kaz is terrified to break up with her cause of how possessive and powerful she is expecting this to occur, but when he fakes his death and she finds out, rather than being angry she's honestly more hurt that he dislikes her so much, and even goes into a Heroic BSoD.
  • Shock and Awe: One of her powers.
  • Super Senses: Possess incredible hearing.
  • Super Strength: Is powerful enough to lift Kaz into the air with one hand.
  • Yandere: Towards Kaz, and apparently all her crushes and boyfriends. Its down to this that she has trouble with relationships, as they all end up terrified of her.

    Snow Storm 
Portrayed by Unknown
A female hero who has the power over the cold, ice and snow.

  • An Ice Person: Her main power.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Following regaining her powers, they were corrupted by Skylar, meaning she's now evil and another servant of the Annihilator. Is freed in "Storms End".
  • Brought Down to Normal: Temporarily, the Annihilator stole her powers. Oliver and Kaz managed to retrieve them, but Skylar had tampered with them so they brainwashed her.
  • The Voiceless: She has four appearances and no dialogue.

    Hapax the Elder 
Portrayed by Devan Leos
A human mutant who was once the Annihilator's mentor. He exiled himself to the volcanic planet Caldera, feeling responsible for making his student into the monster he became.

  • Beam-O-War: Engages in one with the Annihilator.
  • Cool Old Guy: He's 93 (though physically doesn't look like it) and can still put a decent fight against the Annihilator. He's also secretly Alan's grandfather.
  • Cynical Mentor: Since the Annihilator betrayed him, he went on a self imposed exile out of shame. After all those years, he felt he's too old for the superhero game and wasn't sure if he's powerful enough to take on his former student.
  • Energy Absorption: He can absorb superpowers, and was the one who taught the Annihilator how to.
  • The Exile: Hapax is originally from Earth, but went on a self-imposed exile to Caldera after discovering his student's betrayal.
  • Identical Stranger: Looks exactly like Alan Diaz. It later turns out he is Alan's grandfather.
  • Merlin Sickness: Hapax suffers from a version of this, he ages backwards. However he stil remember what previously occurred, and his body is still subject to fatigue despite him getting younger.
  • Retired Badass: He's retired from the superhero game, and feels he's too old for it. He did put up one more fight against the Annihilator though.


    Wallace and Clyde/Catastrophe 
Portrayed by Randy & Jason Sklar/ Derek Mears as Catastrophe
The main antagonists of Season 1. They plan to attack and destroy Mighty Med. Because they are really Catastrophe, the greatest villain ever, split in two much weaker and dumber people by Horace Diaz.

  • Archenemy: To Horace Diaz.
  • Badass Cape: As Catastrophe, they gain one.
  • Beard of Evil: In Season Two, due to being imprisoned in Mighty Max.
  • Bald of Evil: As Catastrophe.
  • Big Bad: Are this of the first season. They plan to recombine into Catastrophe, destroy Mighty Med, wipe out all the heroes and kill Horace Diaz. However, they were defeated quite easily, and this position was usurped by the Annihilator.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: As Catastrophe.
  • Four Eyes, Zero Soul: Clyde.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Following "Wallace and Cylde: A Grand Day Out" Oliver has managed to rehabilitate them both, and they are no longer villains.
  • Jerkass: They're somewhat smug towards their adversaries.
  • Kneel Before Zod: As Catastrophe, they pull this on Horace. When he refuses they simply force him to his knee's and beat him down when he tries to get up.
  • Laughably Evil: Most of the time, they come across as petty, childish and silly. When they turn serious however...
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: Wallace and Clyde may be wacky, comical, nerdish and smug but they do possess the power to disintegrate objects with will and used to be the greatest Super Villain ever, Catastrophe.
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: As Catastrophe.
  • Right Behind Me: Overheard Oliver warning Kaz not to tell them about Mighty Med, which they ironically thought didn't catch on — turns out they did.
  • Put on a Bus: Neither of them appear in the Season 2 premiere.
    • The Bus Came Back: Both of them are seen in Mighty Max Prison, in "The Claw Prank Redemption" and return in "Wallace and Clyde: A Grand Day Out".
  • Secret Chaser: Throughout Season 1.
  • Split at Birth:Interesting example, as they aren't naturally twins and were once one person, the super villain Catastrophe.
  • Revenge: They are entirely motivated by their desire to gain revenge on Horace Diaz, and destroy Might Med because Horace split them from Catastrophe into two much weaker and dumber beings.
  • Super Strength: As Catastrophe.
  • Unknown Rival: Kaz and Oliver were unaware of their true nature until the end of Season 1.
  • What You Are in the Dark: Only show their true colors when no one is around.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Threaten to melt Alan's head if he does not give them intel that would lead them to Mighty Med.

Portrayed by James Ryen
Tecton's archnemis, a cyborg supervillain with power over electricity.

Portrayed by Chase Austin
An ex-superhero and Skylar's best friend, Experion has since been turned evil and now works for the Annihilator.

    The Annihilator 
Portrayed by Morgan Benoit
Voiced by David Sobolov
A ruthless mutant villain who stole all Skylar's powers (and her costume). Upon Oliver and Kaz managing to steal them back, the Annihilator has now brainwashed and enslaved the empowered Skylar, and taken over Might Med.

  • Ambition Is Evil: His overall plan is to take over the world with an army of enslaved heroes.
  • Archenemy: Due to stealing her powers, he has become Skylar's. Until he brainwashed her into become his slave and Dragon. He's also this to Hapax the Elder, his former mentor.
  • BFG: Carries a giant energy Bazooka around as a weapon, he can also use what ever he has absorbed as ammunition.
  • Big Bad: He takes over this role for the first half of Season 2, as Wallace and Clyde have been defeated and imprisoned, while he has taken control of Skylar and is working to do the same to all other heroes.
  • Creepy Souvenir/Battle Trophy: He keeps the powers of superheroes he's stolen from in large glass jars on a shelf in his lair.
  • The Corrupter: Using brainwashing by altering Skylar's power, the Annihilator has made her his slave. Taken even further in Season Two, where he uses Skylar to start brainwashing the other heroes, building him an army.
  • Energy Absorption: His main power is he can absorb pretty much anything.
  • Evil Is Bigger: Is a literally towering figure.
  • Evil Genius: A pretty impressive example, preparing for his own defeat, he also invented a serum that corrupts heroes powers, turning them both evil and into his servants.
  • Evil Sounds Deep
  • Evil Wears Black: Wears only black armor.
  • The Faceless: His face is constantly hidden behind his helmet.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: It's revealed that the Annihilator was once an ordinary boy called Neil Gaunzenhauser who began to display mutant powers; this led to him being ostracised by the community until he found guidance under Hapax the Elder, who taught him how to use his powers, hoping he would make a great hero. However, the experiences had left the Annihilator's heart cold and he instead chose to use his powers for evil.
  • Genius Bruiser: The Annihilator looks like a huge mass of pure muscle, and go toe to toe with the best heroes in fights. He is also an incredibly intelligent Evil Genius.
  • The Ghost: Up until the Season 1 finale.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Although unseen, it is him who is responsible for Skylar's loss of powers, thus meaning his influence is felt in every episode. He is also this for the Season 1 Finale.
  • Hero Killer: It is heavily implied he's killed several heroes before this point and manages to temporarily kill Skylar.
  • Informed Flaw: According to Gus, the Annihilator isn't that tough compared to other super villains, nothing shown about him that supports this. It could just be Gus's opinion though.
  • Killed Off for Real: Killed by his mentor Hapax in "Storms End".
  • Knight of Cerebus: The first villain to be played completely and utterly straight, with no humorous or light-hearted moments to lessen his threat. Once he shows up, there's no question who the real Big Bad is now.
    • In Season Two, he's given a few comedic moments, but they never suggest he's any less serious a threat. By "Storms End" he's back to being played completely serious, with terrifying results.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Despite his large size and build, he is incredibly fast and agile, as he shows in fights, easily alternating between complex agile attacks and powerful repetitive blows.
  • Mind over Matter: Able to move objects with his mind, most likely has this power due to have this power due to stealing it from a hero.
  • Play-Along Prisoner: In Season Two, he goes along with being imprisoned, but still is in control of Skylar and has her further his plans.
  • Playing with Fire: Able to create fire balls, most likely has this power due to stealing from a hero.
  • Super Strength

    Mr. Terror 
Portrayed by Jamie Denbo
Voiced by Richard Epcar
The new main villain, a criminal super genius who is searching for the Arcturion, which will give them unlimited power. She is secretly Oliver's mother Bridget.

  • Abusive Parents: As Oliver's mother, Bridget is incredibly controlling and critical of her son. She is also selfish, arrogant and hopelessly underestimates him. She doesn't want him reading comic books, most likely because he might figure out her secret.
    • Played with as of "The Mother of All Villains", which portrays her more sympathetically and reveals that her becoming Mr. Terror was all in order to protect Oliver. However, it's still clear that after all these years her love of power has corrupted her, much more than she is willing to admit.
  • Ambition Is Evil: Intends to become the most powerful villain in existence by taking the Arcturion. She succeeds...until the spinoff.
  • Bad Boss: Yep.
  • The Bad Guy Wins: Mr. Terror has taken the Arcturion, and hasn't been defeated by the series' end...until Lab Rats: Elite Force, where it was revealed she was captured offscreen by Kaz and Oliver.
  • Badass Normal: Keeps in line underlings who have superpowers, but he doesn't have them himself. At first.
  • Big Bad: Takes over as this for the second half of the second season, after the Annihilator's death.
  • Cast as a Mask: His voice is provided by Richard Epcar, but he is portrayed physically by Jamie Denbo.
  • The Chessmaster: She knew that taking the Arcturion's power would kill her, so she manipulated Horace to fall in love with her, so that he would use up his last power to resurrect people, to save her. Thus granting her all the powers she wants.
  • Control Freak: Very, very much so, especially towards her son. He also gets really angry if his henchmen or mooks fail. It's partially down to this she is a villain, she wants to create a world where she is in total control and Oliver is safe, however it's clear she also loves power.
  • Diabolical Mastermind: A rare female example. Mr. Terror is this sort of villain. Running his own supervillain organization, with multiple henchman and lackeys, each marked by the infinity symbol. Generally, he leaves all the work to his followers, while planning the events from behind the scenes.
  • Evil Is Petty: Mr. Terror is ruthless, but she acts like such a jerk to Oliver.
  • Evil Matriarch: She is secretly Oliver's mother Bridget. In turn, she wants to kill Quimby Fletcher, but doesn't know he is her son.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: As Mr. Terror, Bridget uses a voice modulator to deepen her voice to sound male.
  • Faux Affably Evil: As her civilian self, Bridget, who politely allows Oliver to go out for pizza just as she was about to execute her mooks.
  • Greed: Extremely so. She even admits to Horace that sometimes while kissing him, she thinks about money.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Very much so, Mr. Terror is introduced personally executing a henchman who failed them. Apart from the Annihilator, Mr. Terror is the only villain who the show plays completely and utterly straight.
  • Knight Templar: Bridget insists that the world is just too dangerous for Oliver, and believes that by gaining absolute power from the Arcturion, she can be in control and make the world safe. In the end, Bridget ends up far worse than the evils she claims to be fighting.
  • Love Makes You Evil: She killed her former boss, who was the villain Argento because he threatened Oliver and took over his empire. Since then her love for the power corrupted her and twisted her love for her son.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: Oliver finds out Mr. Terror is his mom, Bridget.
  • Malevolent Masked Man: Well woman, but the point stands, not even her followers have ever seen what she looks like.
  • Mama Bear: She claims that the world is dangerous for Oliver, so she tries to keep him safe.
  • My Beloved Smother: To Oliver, all because a villain threatened to kill him.
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: Unlike most villains in the series, Mr. Terror lacks any humorous or light-hearted traits. He is a dangerous, murderous crime boss, only one who controls leagues of supervillains.
  • Offing the Offspring: Bridget almost did this, but didn't know Quimby Fletcher was her son. Even Mort called her out on putting a hit on her own son.
  • Pet the Dog: Despite smothering, underestimating and somewhat emotionally abusing him, Bridget does love her son Oliver. Trouble is she loves power just as much.
  • Samus Is a Girl: Is secretly a woman, despite adopting Mr. in her codename and using a voice modulator to sound like a man.
  • Take Over the World: His main plan.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Was already a powerful crime boss and Diabolical Mastermind, but after getting the Arcturion she is now the most powerful villain in the world.
  • You Have Failed Me: Personally shoots any of his henchmen who fail.
  • The Usurper: Originally worked for a villain called Argento, however she killed him and took over his empire.
  • The Vamp: Towards Horace, she knew he was Caduceo (no thanks to Dr. Wrath) and seduced him as part of her plan for ultimate power.
  • Walking Spoiler: Knowing Mr. Terror's real name will ruin a lot of the second half of the second season.

Portrayed by John J. Joseph
One of Mr. Terror's minor lackeys, his most commonly appearing follower.

  • Beard of Evil
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Happily admits to be a bad guy, and plans to work up the ranks to be a greater villain.
  • Dirty Coward: Willing to fight when it's clear he has the advantage, but when confronted by clearly more powerful beings, he prefers to run. It's only out of fear of Mr. Terror's vengeance that he will try and take them on.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: When he finds out that Mr. Terror is Bridget and "Quimby Fletcher" is her son, he thought it was messed up that a mother would want him to off her own son.
  • Fragile Speedster: Incredibly fast and agile, but can't take to much damage.
  • Glass Cannon: Posses enhanced agility, speed and strength allowing him to hit with great force. But his durability is lacking.
  • Mook: Admits he is a nobody in Mr. Terror's organisation, but hopes to work his way up from Lackey to Henchman.
  • Pint Sized Power House: Is a short guy, but possesses enhanced strength.
  • Reptiles Are Abhorrent: Is part snake, and an all around evil guy.
  • Snake People: Is clearly part snake, possessing snake-like eyes and a tongue, which he shows for intimidation.
  • Super Strength: One of his powers.

    Slaughter Master 
Portrayed by David Mattey
The self-proclaimed nemesis of whoever holds the key of Steel.

  • Beard of Evil: Has a long brown one, going with his barbarian look.
  • The Brute: He's a physically strong guy who likes being a thug.
  • Drop the Hammer: Wields the Hammer of Achelon, the only weapon that can defeat the holder of the Key of Steel.
  • Evil Is Bigger: A bloodthirsty giant with a love of suffering.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: Has multiple scars across his bald head.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Kaz defeats him by giving him the Key of Steel, thus making him vulnerable to his own Hammer.
  • Mighty Glacier: Gigantic and huge, Slaughter Master is incredibly strong but lacks agility and speed.
  • Stout Strength: A gigantic bulky man, with the strength to match.

Portrayed by Morgan Benoit
A nocturnal villain.