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    The Frank’s Gang 
The main characters. They’re a lovable band of kids, ruled by Frank Einstein Jr. who are dedicated to protect Villa Susto and do good deeds for the sake of the rest of the people.

Victor Von Piro Da Oskuritas Und Malefic
The lead character. A spoiled vampire who moves to Villa Susto, his main goal is to move back to his former home Miedópolis, no matter the means he has to take. He’s not a bad guy, just… unpleasant, to say something.

Frank Einstein Jr. undisputed leader of the gang, Frank serves as Victor’s polar opposite: He’s not rich, but he’s kind, generous and helpful. He’s also a kid genius, who makes inventions that they rarely work. He’s the main character in “El Perfeccionator”

Piruja young witch who is known to have a not very good-looking wart in her face. A cheerful and ditzy girl, she’s extremely amorous and pursues everyone of the opposite sex, much to their changrin. She actually has a crush on Victor, which is unrequited.
  • Disappeared Dad: Her dad is never seen or mentioned, but he could have died or divorced her mother, since her mother Really Gets Around.
  • The Ditz: She’s very absent-minded.
    Piruja: [putting Victor’s books in her mouth] This doesn’t fit in the mouth. How does this suck?
  • Forceful Kiss: Every guy she kisses is forced to kiss her back to revert the effects of her curse. And given the fact she’s not the prettiest girl In-Universe, it’s like they’re the ones who are cursed instead.
  • Friendly Enemy: They are in different gangs, being rivals. However, it doesn’t prevent her for being best friends with Guillotine.
  • Hereditary Curse: She's cursed with a wart in her face. Also, when she kisses someone, she’s transformed into a frog. Her mother mentions all witches in her family had that curse, and her wart cannot be reversed (at least magically).
  • Magic Misfire: Her spells and potions often fail, causing havoc and Hilarity Ensues. It’s averted with her school project in the second album, being a Chekhov's Gun near the end.
  • Makeover Montage: She gets one in the third album, with the help of Guillotine, to conquer Victor. It fails. Hard.

Lupo young werewolf who can transform when he wants. He’s known by his sleepiness, which often annoys his peers. However, when awake, is a very laid-back guy who doesn’t understand why Victor is in the gang.
  • Kindhearted Simpleton: He’s a little slow (not stupid), but he’s very nice and funny when you get to know him.

Momses mummy obsessed with sports and competition. He’s also Lupo’s best friend, and it’s hard not to see them together. He speaks in mummy, which only few people can understand him. He’s also the muscle of the group.
  • Intelligible Unintelligible: He speaks in mummy, and only few people can understand him. Lupo and Frank usually traduce what he has to say.
  • The Klutz: He's very clumsy, mostly due to his own strength which he does not know how to handle.

Gus youngest in the group, he’s very fearful of nearly everything, but he’s the cutest and sweetest ghost kid in the town. That doesn’t prevent him for some kind of misfortunes. He’s also Frank’s best friend and assistant.
     Other Minimonsters 


A mysterious girl who made her first appearance in “El Perfeccionator” as Frank’s Love Interest. She seems like a normal girl at first, but her constant escapes makes her a full enigma to everyone. Also, she harbors a dark secret…

Billy Rotten

The loner of the class. Not that it’s surprising: his horrifying smell makes him a total outcast. However, that doesn’t prevent him for being a nice guy to everyone. He tries to be Victor’s friend, ending always in failure.

Dayana Von Piro

Victor’s cousin, who appears in a few stories.
  • Blind Without 'Em: She can’t paint properly without them.
  • French Jerk: Downplayed. She can be rather unpleasant, but she’s very far for being a haughty jerkass like her cousin.
  • Original Character: Was created by a fan of the comic, and the author decided to include her.
  • Terrible Artist: Subverted. She’s a damn good artist, but she needs glasses to paint properly.


    The Morty’s Gang 
The recurring villains of the comic. Ruled by Morty Vivente, these gang of troublesome monsters are dedicated to tinker and make the Frank’s gang lives a total hell. They always fail, though.

Morty Vivente

The leader of the evil gang, this guy serves as the Frank’s gang’s main threat, even if he doesn’t appear (until the fourth album). He’s obsessed with Frank’s brains, and will do anything to get what he wants.
  • Alpha Bastard: He’s a male and isn’t popular, but otherwise he fits this role.
  • Ax-Crazy: When he snaps.
  • Bastard Boyfriend: Implied to be this for Guillotine, only using her love and devotion to manipulate her.
  • Berserk Button: It’s more of an Insanity Button, but mention the word “brains” in front of him and he will chop heads instantly.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: Although he’s a main threat, he only fulfills the Big Bad role in the fourth album. And drops this role in favor of Arrmando el Arraña.
  • Big "NO!": When the Frank’s gang ultimately win the match.
  • Brain Food: He’s obsessed with brains.
  • Comedic Sociopath
  • Detachment Combat: He uses this to hit his sidekicks when they fail him, which is to say, often.
  • Did You Actually Believe...?: When Victor asks for the deal of giving him the tickets, he responds that he never had the intention to keep the deal, and he only used him to piss Frank off. Seriously, what a douchebag.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Victor. Both are rich jerks, but when Victor’s actions are out of ingenuity and has a decent goal (Going back to Miedópolis), Morty does this because he’s downright evil.
  • Evil Laugh: “Jjj, jjj”
  • Evil Redhead / Fiery Redhead
  • Faux Affably Evil
  • Foil: To Frank.
  • The Ghost: Drops this status in the fourth album.
  • Gratuitous Italian: Often insults like “Stupido!” or “Imbecille!
  • Jerkass: He seems like this outside…
  • Laser-Guided Karma: In the fourth album, Morty’s dirty tricks to win the match take a toll on him and his band. They got beaten by Henrietta’s father; their rivals won the match, Morty lost his tickets to Miedópolis and he ends up with a thermometer in his ass. All of this is well-deserved, at least for Morty.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Where to begin? He convinced Victor to join his gang for his tickets to Miedópolis and hired a giant spider to get rid of his rivals. He fails to do so, but it’s still very impressive.
  • Mask of Sanity: He appears calm and collected, but mess with him or mention brains and his mask will broke onto pieces.
  • Non-Human Sidekick: His three worms.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: They’re orange, but still counts.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: To Frank.
  • Smug Snake
  • Villain Antagonist


Morty’s second-in-command and girlfriend, this enigmatic girl is known for separating her head from the rest of her body and for her unpleasant personality. However, she’s not as evil as she (or everyone) thinks she is.
  • Anti-Villain: Type I. See Noble Demon below.
  • Cool Big Sis: She acts this way towards Piruja, and Henrietta to a lesser extent.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: She genuinely loves her boyfriend Morty, and cares a lot about her friends.
  • The Fashionista: She’s obsessed with fashion, and is a pro making outfits. To the point that, in the fourth album, Momses wishes she could have done their team’s uniform. With good reason.
  • Friendly Enemy: They are in different sides, but it’s clear that Piruja and her are best friends.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She’s really one of these, but the only ones allowed to see her heart of gold are her friends (namely Piruja and Henrietta).
  • Light Feminine Dark Feminine: The dark to Piruja’s light.
  • Lovable Alpha Bitch: She’s a total bitch with everyone, but her moments with Piruja make it clear she’s not all bad.
  • Losing Your Head: Her main ability, and the subject of many jokes, most of them done by herself.
  • The Matchmaker: She is one Piruja and Victor, though her methods are… questionable.
  • Noble Demon: She’s obviously a ruthless bitch who does everything to get what she wants. However, she’s much more noble (and balanced) that her boyfriend Morty. Also, she shows a kind and helpful side to her closest friends. It cames to the point that she’s a better person that the so-called protagonist Victor. And keep in mind she’s The Dragon of the evil gang!
  • Perky Goth
  • Pet the Dog: Piruja. That says it all.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The tomboy to Piruja and Henrietta’s girly girls.


An invisible guy who wears fluorescent clothes, so people can see him. He’s the object of many mistreatment by his teammates, especially Morty. He thinks he’s cool, but he couldn’t be farther from the truth.

Skin Hate

A living skeleton, he has a really bad temper and, just like Mienai, he’s the object of Morty’s mistreatment. He loves eating, and a source of doubt is the fact why he’s a bag of bones because of that.
    Other Antagonists 

Rattus Sapiens

The main antagonist of the first album, he plans the destruction of Villa Susto via creating a legendary poison, “El Veneno de Porcelana” (Porcelain’s Poison), so he can live outside the sewers with other rats.


The school’s main bully, he’s portrayed as the main threat to the gang (even more than the Morty’s gang). With brute force and zero intelligence, his main goal in life is to punch other and make their lives miserable just for fun.

Miss Hit

A mysterious girl who appears as the main villain in “El Perfeccionator”. As the new girl in town, she does everything to get what she wants. She hates people who considers “weak”, especially humans. She’s Henrietta’s evil alter-ego.

Arrmando El Arraña

A giant spider hired by Morty in the fourth album. Piruja’s mother tries to make him his boyfriend, even if his alimentary habits are… well… dangerous.
  • Dragon Ascendant: After the defeat of the Muerte Chunga’s team.
  • Bait the Dog: Zigzagged. When we first see him, he tries to eat Piruja and her mother (as Morty ordered him to do). Then, he’s seen with Piruja’s mother as a couple (which horrors Piruja). However, it was all a ruse, as he’s seen trying to eat all Minimonsters and attacking everyone.
  • Eaten Alive: Subverted. He get’s K.O. by Mr. Abra’s giant bunny, and then he’s the main plate at the Von Piro’s banquet.
  • Eviler Than Thou: To Morty.
  • I’m a Minimonsterarian
  • Spiders Are Scary
  • Walking Spoiler

Flan Hellsing

The latest antagonist shown in the comic. He’s the self-proclaimed “Best monster hunter in the entire world”, but, in reality, he’s very far from that. He appears in Villa Susto with the purpose of capturing all monsters and prove himself.


     Other characters 

Mr. Abra

The teacher of the main characters’ class. He’s known to be a magician, though he’s not as good as he wants to be.

Mr. Robert Louis

The nurse and referee in the school, and Henrietta’s father. Like his daughter, he has a Split Personality.

The Von Piro Family

The Einstein Family

Piruja’s mother

Lupo’s Brothers



Victor’s pet, a happy-go-lucky dachshund.
  • A Dog Ate My Homework: A literal example. However, the homework was done by Victor’s father, but still.
  • Big Friendly Dog: Though not so big, he’s definitely friendly.
  • Cool Pet: While Victor thinks he’s pathetic, the Frank’s gang thinks this and adore him.
  • Kick the Dog: Victor does this to him in a literal manner, though it’s more like "punch the dog in the head". Victor (now a giant monster) gets annoyed at Chopped’s clinginess and punches him in the head. Then Laser-Guided Karma acts and he becomes a dog too.
  • Loyal Animal Companion: To Victor. Not that he cares...
  • Morality Pet: Played straight in the "pet" part, averted in the "morality" one.

Buena Suerte

Piruja’s pet, a black cat with luck issues.


Flan Hellsing’s horse.

Caca ("Poop") Einstein

Frank's new pet, a literal poop.

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