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These are heroes with occupations and businesses at the Plaza.

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Gar's Bodega


Voiced by: Parker Simmons
Another employee at Gar's Bodega who's only made a brief appearance in "Do You Have Any More in the Back?" He seems to frequent the labyrinthine "back-and-down-downtown-back-down" of the store.

    Ms. Mummy
Voiced by: Ashly Burch

A mummy that lives in the back room of Gar's Bodega.

Hero Level: 5

  • Whip It Good: She uses her wrap for her X-treme Wrap Whip attack. She needs to re-wrap after using it, because if she unravels all the way, she disappears.

    Baby Teeth
Voiced by: Ashly Burch

A small dinosaur that's the Bodega's mascot.

Hero Level: Unknown


Fitness Dojo

Voiced by: Melissa Villaseñor

A regular at Carol's dojo. The queen of a massive suburban hive of literally nuclear families. Proud soccer mom of 3,000 adorable kids every year.

Hero Level: 3

Voiced by: Melissa Villaseñor; Carol Kane

A regular at Carol's dojo. She was once a notorious, dangerous, amazing candy thief. Now she's a grandma.

Hero Level: 3

Voiced by: Ashly Burch

A regular at Carol's dojo. Spliced herself with reptile DNA to get thicker skin after a tough divorce. She's stronger, scalier and more independent now!

Hero Level: 4

  • Cool Aunt: According to her profile, she's like this. Fiercely independent. She "gets" the teens and kids of the plaza.
  • LEGO Genetics: She's 70% human and 30% reptile.
  • Super Spit: When she gets mad, she'll spit venom and melt her victim into a skeleton.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has dark green hair.


The Cool Teens

    Red Action
Voiced by: Kali Hawk

Leader of a group of teens that hangs out behind the bodega. She's a cyborg from the future that became trapped when her time machine broke.

Hero Level: 4 ("Let’s Be Heroes"-"Dark Plaza"), 5 ("Dark Plaza" onward)

  • Animal Motifs: Her Hover Tank is angler themed.
  • Arm Cannon: She can transform her arms into laser cannons.
  • Artificial Limb: Her right leg is a peg leg. In "Back in Red Action", it's implied she lost her leg after she deserted her team because she still had it during her flashback.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her top exposes her navel.
  • Cat Smile: She'll occasionally sport this smile as shown in "Back in Red Action".
  • Chest Insignia: Her belt has a circle symbol that's divided into six equal parts.
  • Color Character: Her name is "Red Action" and she's red-haired and always wears red.
  • Color-Coded Characters: If her name didn't already explain it, red. She was part of a hero team in the future called the "Hue Troop", all of whom are color-coded.
  • Combat Stilettos: Wears a high heeled shoe on her left foot.
  • Cyborg: She's a cyborg from the future.
  • A Day in the Limelight: We learn more about her when she hangs out with Enid in "Back in Red Action".
  • Delinquent Hair: She has rosy-red delinquent hair.
  • Handicapped Badass: She's missing a leg, but that doesn't stop her from kicking ass.
  • Hover Tank: She has her own hover tank that comes with a rail cannon. She can summon it by shouting, "Red Action hover tank, go!" while striking Sentai poses (which she seems embarrassed about).
  • I Choose to Stay: After the Hue Troop forgives her and invites her back to the team in the future, she chooses to stay in the present after being accustomed to it.
    • Again in "Red Action to the Future", where her future self ultimately convinces her to enjoy her time in the past before she has to return to the future.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: The reason why she admires Enid and doesn't like being a part of the Hue Troop anymore is because Enid has her own moves, style, and doesn't follow anyone, which is something she felt she lacked when she was a Trooper.
  • Impossible Theft: In "Back in Red Action", when she leaves her pack of gum behind at the bodega, Enid takes her gum to return it to her. Once Enid exits the store with the gum in her hand, Red is waiting by the entrance and is already chewing on the gum and blows a bubble to surprise Enid. When Enid looks at her hand that's holding the gum and sees that it's gone, she asked Red how she took it, but Red responds with a chuckle.
  • Mysterious Past: For whatever reason, she traveled back in time to the Plaza, and nobody knows why.
    • Her past is revealed in "Back in Red Action", she broke her team's magic artifact in the future and traveled back in time to run away from them.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: She fled the future because she accidentally broke the Prism Crystal and decided to run away, leading to her team believing her to be a traitor and actively hunting her down.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: Is more Animesque than other characters.
  • Official Couple: With Enid; their first date was "Back In Red Action". The two remain together for at least quite a while as they're running Carol's old gym as a couple in their adult years.
  • Old Shame:
    • In-Universe. While Enid thinks that her being apart of a group that deals with space crystals and prophecies is incredible, she doesn't think so. She doesn't like doing their poses, wearing their helmets, and following instruction from a rock.
    • More subdued, but in "Red Action 3: Grudgement Day" she sees her more recent past self as this. At Enid and Rad's pressure, she travels back to prevent her past self from uploading an embarrassing video of K.O. She ends up pointing how messed up it was to pick on K.O. like that and that she feels really sorry about the whole thing,
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Her hair will sometimes cover her right eye.
  • Progressively Prettier: In Red's early appearances, her skin had a jaundice-yellow tint and her features were more angular, especially the teeth (she also had a terrible haircut, though that was explicitly part of the plot). "Red Action 3: Grudgement Day" lampshades this by keeping her design the same when traveling back to her first appearance, which no one remarks upon.
  • Punny Name: Red Action came from the future and changed the past. What is another word for changing the past? A redaction.
  • Red Is Heroic: The first part of her name is Red, and her color scheme mostly consists of the color. Although, she can be rebellious sometimes.
  • Sentai: Her team, the Hue Troop, is basically the Power Rangers, complete with poses and animal themed vehicles.
  • Super Speed: It's implied she has this as shown in "Back in Red Action" when she took a pack of gum from Enid's hand before she could notice it and in "Red Action to the Future" when her older self was awarded for accomplishments such as destroying 10,000 Borgs in 0.2 seconds and protecting 20,000 civilians under 0.1 seconds.
  • Thrill Seeker: When seeking thrills, she heads over to the Danger Zone.
  • Time Travel: She's from the year 301X.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: She has become a nicer and more caring person lately, compared to when she first appeared. Compare her initial behavior towards K.O. in her first appearance to that of "Red Action to the Future," where she acts kinda like a Cool Big Sis to him, the same way Enid does. The contrast is seen where she travels to the recent past and talks herself out of humiliating K.O,, pointing out how messed up it was to pick on him and how she ended up feeling sorry sbout it.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Downplayed, but she gets upset at Enid for her reckless move when she followed her into the future though it was more out of concern. She and Enid apologize at the end.
    • Gets one more or less tossed at her by Rad of all people, when it's revealed his episode-long conflict with her was because of how she humiliated and endangered K.O. back in "Everyone's Sidekick," and how everyone seemingly forgot it.
  • Toilet Humor: There's an old picture on her social media that shows her ripping a fart in some guy's face.
  • We Used to Be Friends: She and the rest of the Hue Troop. It's implied a couple times that she and Yellow Technique were particularly close (possibly even in a relationship). They patch it up at the end of "Back in Red Action".
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has rosy-red hair.

Voiced by: Melissa Villaseñor

A strawberry-headed plant humanoid girl who's usually seen loitering around the plaza with Red Action and Gregg.

Hero Level: 0 ("Let's Be Heroes"-"Dendy's Power"), 1 ("Dendy's Power" onward)

  • Black Sheep: She comes from a family of friendly fruit. She's a bit overripe and ended up a total stink-eyeing sourpuss.
  • Carnivore Confusion: In "Plazalympics", she was appalled when the third place prize was a basket of fruit that consisted of only strawberries, and becomes nauseous when Brandon eats one of the strawberries in front of her.
  • Childhood Friends: She and Gregg knew each other since childhood, as revealed in "Second First Date".
  • Fashion Designer: She has her own clothing line called Strawbaby Couture in "Project Ray Way". In the style of the show, how she does is unorhtodox (she sketches out her designs, plants them and they sprout into the clothing fit for that person.)
  • Hartman Hips: They're comparatively wider than the rest of her.
  • Hidden Depths: She runs a fashion blog. This is elaborated on in her Day in the Limelight episode, "Project Ray Way"; she's an indie fashion designer with her own line. She has a good deal of disdan toward Raymond making shoddy clothes and knockoffs.
  • Ironic Name: A real-life drupe is a stone fruit.note  A strawberry person like her isn't.
  • Non-Mammal Mammaries: She has a noticeable chest size for a fruit person.
  • Phoneaholic Teenager: She's always on her phone or uses her phone to take selfies.
  • Plant Person: A strawberry-headed plant humanoid girl.
  • Random Species Offspring: The Parents Day episode shows her mother is an orange humanoid.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Like Red Action, she wasn't very nice to K.O. and Rad in the first few episodes she was in, acting more like a stereotypical mean "cool" teen. Later on, she's shown to be pretty nice, if a bit snarky, to other Plaza heroes, as she's friends with Brandon and RMS, and works together with the Bodega trio a few times.
  • Whip It Good: Shoots out thorny whips.

Voiced by: Ian Jones-Quartey

A bird person who's usually seen loitering around the plaza with Red Action and Drupe.

Hero Level: 0

  • Ambiguous Gender: Gregg was never referred to by pronouns, despite their name being masculine. Even their reference sheet avoided using any pronouns when describing them. Eventually, they were revealed to be nonbinary.
  • Bird People: Gregg is a white bird.
  • Childhood Friends: They knew Drupe since childhood as revealed in "Second First Date".
  • Elective Mute: Doesn't really talk to anyone due to having low self-esteem.
  • Hidden Depths: Is actually a great cook and valedictorian.

The Rad Squad

    Mega Football Baby and Bell Beefer
Mega Football Baby voiced by: Melissa Villaseñor
Bell Beefer voiced by: Michael-Leon Wooley

A large baby in a football helmet and hairless sasquatch-like creature that Rad hangs out with when he isn't working at Gar's.

Hero Level: 1 (Mega Football Baby), 0 (Bell Beefer)

  • Cephalothorax: Bell Beefer has no discernible head, only a face on his upper body.
  • Designer Babies: Mega Football Baby was the result of a botched government experiment to create the best football player.
  • Expy: Mega Football Baby looks pretty much exactly like Commander Keen wearing a diaper.
  • Ground Punch: One of Bell Beefer's attack is BeefQuake, where he punches the ground and causes an earthquake.
  • I Know Madden Kombat: Mega Football Baby uses his football skills to fight.
  • Insufferable Imbecile: They're both crude, obnoxious, and dumber than a box of hair.
  • Jerkass: They're both thoroughly loathsome and unpleasant boors.
  • Older Than They Look: Sure, Mega Football Baby is, well, a baby, but he attended middle school with Rad and Bell Beefer.
  • Simpleton Voice: Bell Beefer has this type of voice.
  • Super Gullible: Due to his intelligence, Bell Beefer can be easily tricked.
  • Testosterone Poisoning: These two are the living epitome of toxic masculinity: obsessed with sports, obnoxiously full of themselves, don’t know how to treat women, bully people whose personal tastes differ from them, casually anti-intellectual, look down their noses on anything not “manly” enough for them, etc.
  • Those Two Guys: These guys usually are together when they are with Rad.
  • Toxic Friend Influence: When Rad and Enid went on a date in middle school, they ruined it by telling Rad he should be a pushy jerk if he wants to keep her attention. They also seems to encourage Rad's false bravado. In “Radical Rescue,” they also rub off on K.O. in the worst possible way, convincing him that everything that doesn’t live up to their standard of masculinity is “lame” and should be mocked.
  • Wise Beyond Their Years: Mega Football Baby, but only specifically on the subject of football.
  • With Friends Like These...: Considering all the other tropes applying to them, it's a wonder Rad put up with them as long as he did.

iFrame Outlet

    Sir eFram iFrame
Voiced by: Steven Rattazzi

A talking portrait in a frame who's the boss of iFrame Outlet.

Hero Level: Unknown

  • Benevolent Boss: He is shown to care deeply for his employees, and is OK if they were to leave him for a better job.
  • Soul Jar: Implied to be a soul in a painting.
  • Visual Pun: He has a "I didn't do it!" pose in his picture. His picture is in a frame. He was framed.

    A Real Magic Skeleton
Voiced by: Ian Jones-Quartey (mobile game), Ben Jones (series)

A skeleton that works at the boring frame store and hates everything about it except working with his best friend Brandon.

Hero Level: 2

  • Blow You Away: Shares the Wind Ring with Brandon in the Captain Planet crossover episode (He gets the glory of wearing it).
  • Bystander Syndrome: Rather then actually help the Bodega team fight off Lord Boxman's robots or help in general, he would watch the fight with Brandon and pull out his phone to record the fighting. Subverted in "The Power is Yours!", where he and Brandon actually help for once, even though they had to share a power ring.
  • Dem Bones: He's a magically enchanted skeleton with his own thoughts, dreams and personality.
  • Exactly What It Says on the Tin: He's a real magic skeleton.
  • Expressive Skull: His bare skull is just as expressive as any other character.
  • Friendly Skeleton: Firmly on the heroes' side and is apparently a skeleton.
  • Fun with Acronyms: His name spells A.R.M.S.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: He's jealous of K.O., Rad, and Enid's cool adventures.
  • Informed Ability: He never uses any magic power (aside from the magic that allows him to move), barring a small amount of fire he creates in an Eye Catch for the show's double-length episode.
  • Pulling Themselves Together: His magic allows him to put himself back to normal if he ever falls apart.
  • Purple Is Powerful: Has purple eyes, gem on his chest, and can make fire in the shade.
  • Superheroes Wear Capes: He wears a dark red cape with a high collar.
  • Those Two Guys: He's always with Brandon since they both work at the frame store.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: When he uses a powerful spell, he falls apart and his skull has to re-collect himself.

Voiced by: David Herman

A pretty laid-back bear who works with his best friend, A Real Magic Skeleton, at the frame store.

Hero Level: 2

  • Beary Friendly: He's a pretty friendly guy, but he can get on R.M.S.'s nerves with his drumming and laziness.
  • Big Eater: He's always eating, and sometimes eats things he shouldn't.
  • Blow You Away: Shares the Wind Ring with R.M.S. in the Captain Planet crossover episode.
  • Bystander Syndrome: Rather then actually help the Bodega team fight off Lord Boxman's robots or help in general, he would watch the fight with R.M.S. Subverted in "The Power is Yours!", where he and R.M.S. actually help for once, even though they had to share a power ring.
  • Expressive Shirt: The writing on his shirt changes offscreen to always say what's on his mind.
  • Happiness In Minimum Wage: He loves his job, even if the pay is bad, because it's easy and he gets to hang around with his friend.
  • G-Rated Stoner:
    • He certainly fits the laid-back/lazy archetype of a stoner. There's a running implication that Brandon actually is one, most prominently how he decorates his phone case and POW card with what look like anthropomorphic pot leaves.
    • Thanks to the existence of this piece of artwork made by one of the storyboard artists, he's been pretty much confirmed to be The Stoner.
  • The Slacker: Because they hardly get any business at the store, he would slack around, like playing the drums.
  • Those Two Guys: He's always with R.M.S. since they both work at the frame store.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: He's good at attacking bad guys, but has to do it on a consistent drum beat.

Logic Cuts

    Mr. Logic
Voiced by: James Urbaniak
A robot hairdresser specializing in mathematically-perfect haircuts.

Hero Level: 2

  • A Day in the Spotlight: The origins of how he came to the plaza are revealed in "Lad & Logic".
  • Awesome by Analysis: Besides cutting hair - which also uses this, the way he does it - he has the ability to scan power levels in his fellow heroes. Through this he was able to show that everyone currently in the plaza at the time had a Power Level of 100 when combined.
  • The Barber: He's the only hairdresser in the plaza.
  • Curiosity Causes Conversion: Mr. Logic wished to research Mr. Gar constructing the plaza, nominally to assist Boxman in destroying him, but ended up liking Gar's goals better.
  • Do-Anything Robot: Downplayed. His versatility is clearly in excess of what Boxman claims to have actually built him for (and that's not even taking into account what he's shoved into his production models...) but he's only ever shown with the equipment he needs for his job at the moment.
  • The Dragon: He was originally Boxman's Number Two, prior to his Heel–Face Turn.
  • Fountain Tears: He sheds a variation of these in "You're Everybody's Sidekick", courtesy of the dot-matrix printers inside his eyes that print out the tears on paper.
  • Gone Horribly Right: Boxman created him to be a logical entity, in the hopes that he could find flaws in his plans that he would have missed. This same sense of logic led to him concluding that creation was a better goal than destruction, and failing to convince Boxman of this, along with Boxman's irrational hatred of the plaza consuming him and causing him to insult Logic, caused him to leave to become a hairdresser. Boxman also needed a friend when he was starting out, as much as a business manager. A good friend/manager would try to talk him down from a foolish path - but Boxman doesn't realize this.
  • Grew Beyond Their Programming: Mr. Logic was designed to help Boxman destroy things, but he ended up deciding that creating things and being good were more satisfying and logical.
  • Hyper-Competent Sidekick: Being a logic-minded machine, he was arguably smarter than Boxman when it came to business and Pragmatic Villainy. It was actually his idea to start Boxmore, which in turn helped Boxman become the industrial supervillain he is today.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He was created by Boxman and helped him start Boxmore, but eventually overcame his programming and switched to the heroes' side.
  • Machine Monotone: He typically speaks in this manner. He is capable of inflicting his speech with emotion, but it's subdued compared to his physical expressions, and in practice it comes off as him just having a calm speaking manner.
  • Minored in Ass-Kicking: Mr. Logic is practically the only thing Boxman made that isn't a Killer Robot, and he doesn't like to destroy things, but he can fight if the need arises.
  • Nice Guy: Even before his Heel–Face Turn, he gently let down Boxman in regards to flawed plans, cut Mr. Gar's hair in spite of Boxman's obvious hatred of him, and then held an earnest conversation about purpose with him.
  • Ridiculously Human Robots:
    • He shows great joy in cutting other's hair and is devastated when his cuts are done poorly.
    • More amusingly, K.O. couldn't tell he was a robot until well after Dendy tried to cannibalize him for parts.
  • Shear Menace: When necessary, he will use his hair styling tools as weapons.
  • Single-Task Robot: Subverted; one would assume Mr. Logic was designed to be a robot barber, as Mr. Gar did when they first met, but he's actually a highly versatile robot that just decided to be a barber.
  • Sliding Scale of Robot Intelligence: Somewhere between "Average Joe" and "Nobel Bot". It's hard to tell if Mr. Logic has a super-human intellect, or just a high human-like intellect that seems genius compared to the Irrational Hatred of Boxman and the other robots.
  • Super Prototype: Mr. Logic was Boxman's first sapient robot, and much smarter than the later ones. This was because said intelligence lead him to leaving Box More, and so Boxman deliberately made future robots stupider so they'd be more obedient.
  • Superpowered Robot Meter Maids: Inverted; he was meant to be Boxman's Hypercompetent Sidekick, and the barber's tools seem like a secondary function (possibly one of many). But Mr. Logic mostly uses his intelligence to cut hair, because that's what he likes to do.
  • Swiss Army Appendage: His fingers turn into numerous hairdressing implements.
  • Token Heroic Orc: He's the only heroic Box More robot, because Boxman deliberately made sure the others would never turn good. At least until the rest pull a Heel–Face Turn in "Dendy's Video Channel".
  • We Used to Be Friends: Considered Boxman a friend before the latter threw it away. The series finale, "Thank You For Watching The Show", heavily implies that the two eventually reconcile.

Burrito Beardo

Voiced by: David Herman

Beardo is an immigrant from Goblin Country. He has incredible skill at making burritos and other culinary delights. Runs the burrito truck and brews up magical burritos from obscure ingredients.

Hero Level: 5 (in the show), 1 (in his bio)

  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Has a light blue skintone.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Joins K.O. for an adventure in "The Perfect Meal."
  • Funny Foreigner: He's a foreigner, and Enid and Rad consider him the worldliest person they know (he chides them for assuming he can read any foreign language). He also speaks with a Eastern European accent... but seems to specialize in burritos.
  • Guile Hero: Between his worldliness and his cooking ability, he doesn't actually have to fight.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: Inverted. He wouldn't mind being eaten, seeing it a fitting end for a chef. He won't, however, be cooked in sub-par broth.
  • Our Goblins Are Different: They're apparently blue (or at least Beardo is given the finale shows him with his red-skinned brother, Weirdo) and may be based on Eastern European cultural influences if Beardo's accent is an indicator. Capable of fire-breathing and sharp claws, both of which he uses in his cooking.
  • Power-Up Food: He can make magical burritos that are capable of this, with "The Perfect Meal" implying that his cooking mastery means it's not limited to just burritos.
  • Supreme Chef: He's really good at making burritos thanks to his ingredients, and he knows his ingredients.
  • Technical Pacifist: Despite being a huge guy, he doesn't fight.


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