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Lakewood Plaza Frequenters

    Punching Judy
Voiced by: Melissa Villaseñor

Punching Judy always punches first and asks questions never because she punches instead.

Hero Level: 3

  • Action-Hero Babysitter: She was K.O.'s babysitter.
  • Boxing Battler: Punching is her primary attack, hence her name.
  • Extremity Extremist: Judy is from a family of boxers, so she only fights with punches, never kicks. That she might be much better at kicking doesn't matter to her.
  • Hartman Hips: She has wide hips. They're not just for looks, as she turns out to have a lot of natural lower-body strength.
  • Hero-Worshipper: Judy is a huge fan of Mr. Gar, especially back when he was El Bow.
  • Leotard of Power: She wears a black leotard.
  • Muscles Are Meaningless: Downplayed; her noodle-thin arms can hit pretty hard, but she's easily overpowered by her sister's more muscular ones. Judy learns she can make up for it by using her stronger legs to keep mobile and stable.
  • Non-Indicative Name: Zig-zagged; Punching Judy is a puncher, but not an especially strong one (especially compared to her similarly-named family members). However, she's able to leverage her lower body strength to box effectively anyway.
  • Punny Name: Her name resembles the old puppet duo "Punch and Judy".
  • Red Boxing Gloves: She apparently was born with a pair of boxing gloves on her fists.
  • Stone Wall: How Punching Judy ultimately defeats her sister. She insists on punching to maintain her family tradition, but uses Mr. Gar's advice to use her more powerful legs defensively, allowing her to tire out her more upper muscular sister and beat her.
  • Vague Age: Her official age is "20-something".
  • When All You Have Is a Hammer...: She's called "Punching Judy". As such, she insists on punching as her main form of offense.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has long green hair.

Voiced by: Chris Niosi

Prematurely fled the lab of a scientist who synthesized him from bird DNA. He is incognito as a Real Adult but is completely helpless.

Hero Level: 0

  • Ask a Stupid Question...: He's always at the plaza with a stupid question or need.
  • Bird People: He was created from bird DNA.
  • Catchphrase: "OOOOOOOOOOHHHH!!! OKAY!" and "AAAAAAAHHHH!!!"
  • Manchild: Pird is constantly asking for everyone's help because he has no idea how to handle things himself. However, according to his profile, Pird technically is a child (despite being Born as an Adult).
  • Mistaken from Behind: T.K.O. and K.O. while sharing a body mistook him for Shadowy Figure and almost beat the tar out of him.
  • Nervous Wreck: He's eternally anxious due to escaping the lab where he was created and thus being ill-prepared for the world.
  • No Inside Voice: Prone to screaming his questions and statements.
  • Portmanteau: Pird is a combination of "Person" and "Bird".
  • Unsatisfiable Customer: An example derived purely from incompetence. He never stops asking Enid for assistance with every random thing, such as asking her to show him how to wash his hands because he doesn't know how, and apparently only comes into the store to treat her like a babysitter.
  • Younger Than They Look: He's a fledgling bird-person created to look like a humanoid adult for unexplained reasons. He's about as mature and capable as a child, hence why he always asks everyone for help.

    Nick Army and Joff the Shaolin Monk
Nick Army voiced by: Chris Niosi
Joff voiced by: James Urbaniak (Season 1), Johnny Wu (Season 2)

Born and raised on an active battlefield with a breakfast nook, Nick Army is a soldier who loves to blow stuff up. Frequents the Plaza for weapons and explosives. Very close with Joff The Shaolin Monk, who’s calm nature often conflicts with Nick’s demeanor.

Raised in a monastery by two Shaolin masters, Joff is on an endless search for inner peace. He's very close with Nick Army, whose aggressive ways completely conflict with his kind nature.

Hero Level: 4 (both)

Voiced by: Cole Sanchez

A sentient broccoli who's always nervous.

Hero Level: 0 (in the show(until "Dark Plaza”)), 1 (on his bio/ "Dark Plaza" onward)

  • Adaptational Sexuality: Via Potato being changed to male in the European Portuguese dub. The latter's comment on taking things slow in "Second First Date" is translated accordingly...
  • Anthropomorphic Food: He's a sentient broccoli.
  • Butt-Monkey: Usually gets caught in the crossfire of the main cast's antics.
  • Carnivore Confusion: In the short "Commercial", Colewort is about to eat some broccoli, and when he Mr. Gar has the camera on him, he starts to panic and insist that it's not weird and tells him to turn off the camera.
  • The Danza: His character's name may be a reference to his voice actor, Cole Sanchez.
  • A Day in the Limelight: He, along with Potato, gets some focus in "Plazalympics" when K.O. in put on their team.
  • Gasshole: He's afraid to have fun because it makes him fart.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Rather, a cartoon vegetable, but he only wears sneakers and yellow shorts.
  • Happily Married: He marries Potato in the finale.
  • Invisibility: "Your World Is An Illusion" reveals he can turn invisible.
  • Making a Splash: Nervousness makes him shoot clouds of steam from his crown.
  • Meaningful Name: Colewort is another way of saying "cole", which is a term for vegetables such as cabbage and kale. He's a broccoli-person.
  • Nervous Wreck: Everything around him makes him nervous.
  • Odd Friendship: Is a walking and talking vegetable who is friends with a rabbit girl.
  • Older Than They Look: He may look like he's in the same age group as K.O. (who's between 6-11), but his character sheet states he's in his early teens (which is generally defined as 13-15).
  • Super Speed: When directed properly, his steam can propel him at remarkably-high speeds.

Voiced by: Melissa Villaseñor

A humanoid rabbit who's always optimistic and lives in a tree behind the plaza with her family.

Hero Level: 1

    Crinkly Wrinkly
Voiced by: Ian Jones-Quartey, Keith David (narrating voice)

An eccentric, elderly were-fox that wanders into the plaza and tells long-winded stories about the before times that never make any sense.

Hero Level: 8

  • Action Survivor: He managed to survive two apocalypses and three doomsdays.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Crinkly Wrinkly is quite possibly senile. Aside from his crazy stories, he's sometimes seen doing random things like arguing with his reflection or hitting himself on the head with his cane.
  • The Cuckoolander Was Right: In "Legends of Mr. Gar", he tells an outrageous story about Mr. Gar originally being a giant, creating his bodega with the help of a tiny robot buddy, and being menaced by a child version of Lord Boxman. After Enid, K.O., and Rad dismiss his story as absurd, Mr. Gar tells them that it was exactly how it happened. Subverted in "Lad & Logic", where it was revealed that his story was just an exaggeration. However, Plazamo, the robot buddy, does in fact exist as revealed in "Dark Plaza".
  • Elderly Immortal: Yes he's old, but did you expect him to be 500 years old? Or even older than time itself?
  • Hidden Depths: May seem like a senile old man at the basics, but his purple fur color and level eight status hint differently. And as it turns out, he's a werefox who's survived multiple doomsdays and apocalypses, and seems to be immortal.
  • Our Werebeasts Are Different: He's a were-fox and, ironically, he turns into a normal fox when there's a full moon. Dendy also explained that werecreatures also have a special venom in their teeth, which unlocks a person's inner animal when bitten.
  • Precision-Guided Boomerang: He can use his dentures as a boomerang.
  • Rhyming Names: Crinkly Wrinkly's name rhymes.
  • The Storyteller: He goes around the plaza telling stories that happened centuries ago, but they never make any sense.
  • Teleporters and Transporters: Crinkly Wrinkly has been shown to show up in unusual places such as underground, in trashcans, and wherever he is mentioned. This is proven in the episode "Lad & Logic" by his quote, "I'm everywhere!"
  • Time Abyss: Ian JQ said in a tweet that Crinkly is practically older than time itself, which explains his seeming immortality and teleportation.

    Chameleon Jr. and Sr.
Chameleon Sr.
Click here to see what he really looks like. (Warning: Spoilers).
Chameleon Jr.
Chameleon Jr. voiced by: Tony Revolori
Chameleon Sr. voiced by: Richard McGonagle

Two humanoid reptiles. Chameleon Jr. is the spoiled son of his gigantic father, Chameleon Sr.

Hero Level: 1 (Jr.), Unknown (Sr.)

  • Ambiguously Gay: When Chameleon Jr. modified his Pow Card, he gave it a rainbow background, which might hint that he's gay.
  • Kaiju: Chameleon Sr. is a giant lizard. Subverted, since he's actually a giant humanoid in a lizard suit.
  • Lizard Folk: They're Funny Animal chameleons. At least Jr. is.
  • Not Zilla: Chameleon Sr. looks just like Godzilla, but is just a giant Man in a Rubber Suit.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Chameleon Jr. cleans up his act, as he helps out K.O. in Dark Plaza and appears to have become a well-groomed responsible young lizardman in a "Born-Again" (or rather Corn-Again) fashion. He's seen passing out flyers and when Starlight rejects, he just shakes his head with a smile.

    Ted Viking and Foxy
Ted Viking voiced by: Michael Leon Wooley
Foxy voiced by: Ashly Burch

A viking and his enchanted talking fox scarf. Together, they form a vigilante fighting duo.

Hero Level: 2

  • Action Duo: They're heroes who work together.
  • Badass Beard: Ted's beard covers his entire face. His beard won him the "toughest beard" contest, and he won Foxy in that contest.
  • BFS: Ted carries a huge sword on his back.
  • Juggling Dangerously: Ted is a former axe juggling world champion.
  • Live Mink Coat: Foxy is a living fox scarf.
  • Scarf of Asskicking: Foxy, the living fox scarf, is worn by Ted, a viking warrior.

Voiced by: Chris Niosi

One of several heroes seen around the plaza. Currently he is known for his appearances made on stage through the open mic and Rad-Con.

Hero Level: 4

    Shy Ninja
Voiced by: Melissa Villaseñor

One of several heroes seen around the plaza. She's a ninja named after her shy demeanor and is also known well in her high school for her baseball skills.

Hero Level: 3

  • Ambiguously Human: According to her bio, she's not a human, but a humanoid.
  • Arch-Enemy: She and Vormulax are archenemies.
  • Blue Is Heroic: The flap of her hat, mask, and bow are dark blue.
  • Gratuitous Ninja: Ninjas aren't really well known for having baseball-playing talents, but Shy Ninja is famously good at baseball in-universe.
  • I Know Madden Kombat: She combines her baseball moves with her ninja attacks.
  • Nice Hat: Wears a baseball cap.
  • Ninja: The type of hero she is. She wears a take on the traditional ninja outfit with a baseball cal.
  • Ninja Log: If anyone try to talk to her, she'll vanish in a cloud of smoke, leaving a completely random object behind as a decoy.
  • The Quiet One: Due to her shyness, she never speaks. But she does have a shy giggle.
  • Shock and Awe: She uses two miniature lightning bolts as daggers.
  • Shrinking Violet: There's a reason she's known as Shy Ninja. She hates being put on the spot or having attention called to her.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her hair is teal in color.

    Mad Sam
Voiced by: David Herman

A mutant human from The Danger Zone who likes to visit places like the Plaza for the street cred and attention.

Hero Level: 3


    Skateboard Nerd
Voiced by: Parker Simmons

After being used as a skateboard by hip punks his whole life, he decided to rebel by becoming sentient... and a GENIUS!

Hero Level: 2

    Lion Cat

A normal cat who made himself a Lion suit to appear more fearsome in fights.

Hero Level: 0

Voiced by: Robbie Daymond

A mutated man with cobras for hands and he likes to tell war stories, thinks he's better than everybody because he's seen more combat than they ever will.

Hero Level: 3

  • Alliterative Name: His real name is Bruh Butler.
  • Covered with Scars: His arms are covered in scars from being in so many combats.
  • Freak Lab Accident: He got his powers after being lowered into a pit of mutated snakes.
  • Punny Name: His name is obviously based off of "cobra".
  • Real Men Wear Pink: He enjoys knitting fancy scarves.
  • Snake People: He's a good version of this. He also has two snakes for hands.
  • The Storyteller: He likes to tell war stories. He thinks he's better than everybody because he's seen more combat than they ever will.


Earl was a normal kid who got injured in an internet explosion. The raw HTML entered his body and he turned into a living piece of code.

Hero Level: 2

    Cookie Man
Voiced by: Ian Jones-Quartey

A wandering salesman with cookies for eyes and hands who sells cookies at the plaza sometimes.

Hero Level: 1


A little girl gnome whose family is wealthy. She attends a private school.

Hero Level: 1

Voiced by: Lola Kirke

A hologram hero. Nobody knows where her physical form is.

Hero Level: 3

    Glitter Starlight

A punk Magical Girl hero who wants to get rid of her good-girl image.

Hero Level: 2

    Puck Reverie

A half angel and half wolf-man hero. Recently transferred from a high school in heaven to Rad and Enid's high school. He's also Enid's cousin.

Hero Level: 4

  • Butt-Monkey: The only time he is plot-relevant is in the Tournament, where he gets the Doctor Light treatment from Enid.
  • Byronic Hero: Angry with his angel dad, he tries to emphasize his wolf-man qualities by having a Byronic hero reputation at his new school. But nobody buys it and he's very popular, which bums him out even more.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: He only wears tan pants and shoes.
  • Light 'em Up: He can fire blasts of holy light. This contrasts against Enid's shadow-based powers.
  • Magic Music: In Fight Til The End, he fights his cousin Enid with harp music, cherub style.
  • Mr. Fanservice: A hunky, werewolf/angel hybrid with six-pack abs and quite a number of teenage girls swooning over his good looks.
  • New Transfer Student: He was previously from a high school in heaven until he transferred to Rad and Enid's high school.
  • Non-Human Humanoid Hybrid: His father is an angel and his mother is a werewolf woman.
  • Our Angels Are Different: From his father side, he has a pair of white wings and a halo above his head.
  • Our Werewolves Are Different: He's a werewolf-angel hybrid.
  • Pretty Boy: He's described as a "hot wolf angel".
  • Wolf Man: From his mother's side, he's mostly this if you take away the wings and the halo.

    Rex Th' Bunny
Voiced by: Robbie Daymond

An old character of Ian's that periodically shows up in the background, getting a speaking role in "Your World Is An Illusion".

Hero Level: 4

  • Adaptational Wimp: In the original shorts he starred in he could gun down an army worth of mercenaries. In his sole relevant role in the show he has to be rescued by the trio.
  • Blood Knight: Implied. He's a bounty hunter who constantly picks fights with much stronger opponents.
  • Energy Weapon: He carries a large assortment of laser guns.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Rad and Enid don't grant him his request for a high-five, and he's implied to be rather unpopular. Most likely because he looks down on the Plaza teens for not being "cool tough guys like him".
  • Transplant: He was a character in an animated short the show's creator made back in middle school.

Other Heroes

    Cool Sun AKA The Sun
Voiced by: Michael Leon Wooley

Formed at the beginning of the universe, the Sun is actually a star, literally, because of his very popular telenovella series that is run throughout the universe. He has decided to take a break from that and spend some time hovering above the planet mingling with the little people.

Hero Level: 2

  • Cool Shades: How else are you suppose to know that he's a cool sun?
  • Elemental Rivalry: His arch enemy is the moon.
  • The Face of the Sun: Not only does he have a face, but he wears cool sunglasses, too.
  • Gasshole: He's a giant ball of gas and he only lets the gas out when no one is around, or when he laughs really hard.
  • Genius Loci: He's a living star who's also a literal star with a very popular telenovela series.
  • Logical Weakness: The only thing he has problems with are clouds.
  • The Power of the Sun: He's literally this trope.
  • Time Abyss: He's 4.5 billion years old. He is a star after all.
  • White Gloves: When he reveals his hand, he's wearing a while glove.

    Wally the White
Voiced by: Wallace Shawn

A wizard who turned Enid into stone for being rude to him.

Hero Level: Unknown

    Joe Cuppa
Voiced by: Andres Du Buochet

A washed up comedian with a cup for a head and a body of a man who tells coffee based jokes.

Hero Level: 4

    Gnarlio, Peej, and Chill Cat
Left to Right: Peej, Gnarlio, and Chill Cat
Gnarlio voiced by: Robbie Rist
Peej voiced by: Kath Soucie
Chill Cat voiced by: Kari Wahlgren

Three pests that took a liking to Enid, but they end up wreaking havoc in the bodega.

Hero Level: 0 (Peej), Unknown (Gnarlio and Chill Cat)

  • Cool Shades: Peej and Chill Cat had these in the form of sun and 3D glasses respectively.
  • Funny Animal: Chill Cat is of the cat variety.
  • Lilliputians: Are rather small compared to other members of the cast. This is likely due to their status of being known as "pests".
  • Lizard Folk: Gnarlio along with his wife and child are all green lizards.
  • Plant People: Peej has a pineapple for a head.
  • Totally Radical: Behaved like this for most of their time on-screen as they thought it was "cool".
  • "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue: After going their separate ways to find themselves, Peej became an author, Chill Cat an optometrist, and Gnarlio had a family.

Voiced by: Diedrich Bader

Cupid is a Love God that first appeared in "Second First Date", where he arrives at the plaza to resolve the romantic tension between Rad and Enid.

Hero Level: Unknown

Voiced by: TBA

A construction worker hero.

Hero Level: 5

  • Badass Mustache: He has a large light blonde mustache that covers half his mouth.
  • Desperately Looking for a Purpose in Life: Made fun of as a child for having a big weird mustache, he eventually found his calling: lifting, hauling, and operating heavy machinery.
  • Me's a Crowd: In "Stop Attacking the Plaza", there were two of him repairing the plaza. In Let's Play Heroes, it is revealed that he has the power to clone himself.
  • One-Way Visor: His safety glasses conceals his eyes.
  • Punny Name: A teamster is a truck driver, which is part of Teamster's job, but it also relates to his Me's a Crowd powers - he literally works as a team by himself.
  • Top-Heavy Guy: He has big, bulgy arms and upper body, with slender legs.

    Bomber Fan
Voiced by: TBA

A teen hero with a talent for pyrotechnic and an explosive personality.

Hero Level: 2

  • Blue Is Heroic: He wears a light blue shirt under his small blue overalls and a dark blue headgear with a fuse on top of it.
  • Nice Hat: To go along with his bomber theme, he wears a dark blue headgear with a fuse on top of it.
  • The Noseless: Just like the character he appears to be based on, he lacks a nose.
  • Punny Name: His name is based off of Bomberman.
  • Spiky Hair: Underneath his headgear, he has spiky hair.
  • Teens Are Short: He's quite short for a teenager.
  • Throw Down the Bomblet: Bombs are his specialty, hence his name.

    Combo Breaker
Voiced by: Candi Milo

A robot boy that aspires to be a sidekick.

Hero Level: 0

    Sonic the Hedgehog

Yes, THAT SONIC THE HEDGEHOG. Star of video games, cartoons and comic books! Look here for respective tropes on the character.

Hero Level: Ring

    Miles "Tails" Prower

Sonic's brainy, two-tailed sidekick. Look here for respective tropes on the character.

Hero Level: Unknown

    Corn Shepard

A sentient corn on the cob who is seen tending to the corn fields in the golden sky, and is also seen listening to the questions of those below, though he doesn't have the answers.

  • Anthropomorphic Food: He's corn with a face, arms, and wings.
  • God:
    • He listens to the questions asked to the heavens, and the Hold Your Hippogriffs statements of the show typically swap out "God" for "Cob".
    • Apparently, his version of "Born Again Christians" are called "Corn Again", as seen by flyers handed by an older Chameleon Jr.
  • God Is Flawed: He doesn't have all the answers, shrugging when Enid whispered to the heavens "Why are you punishing me?"

    The President of the Universe
"Crack a-lackin'."
Voiced By: Paul Rugg

  • Benevolent Genie: There's no hangups or catches to K.O.'s wish for everyone to live their best life whatsoever.
  • The Chooser of The One: He personally chose Mr. Gar to become the guardian of the glorb tree.
  • Fun Personified: The reason he made the glorbs, resulting in Toon Physics and everyone's powers? To make everything as fun as possible.
  • Jive Turkey: He uses a lot of slang, including the phrase "Jive Turkey" itself.
  • Mission Control: For Mr. Gar's secret missions. He's not allowed to directly participate in the affair of mortals.
  • Physical God: Becoming an all-powerful deity was a part of how he got elected, and he's put these powers to use. He created the glorbs, he grants wishes, and he's the reason why every character on this show has powers.
  • Transplant: He's originally from Secret Mountain Fort Awesome.


    Pavel and Pepelina
Pavel (left), Pepelina (right)
Pavel voiced by: Clancy Brown
Pepelina voiced by: Nichole Bloom

Dendy's parents.

Hero Level: 6 (Pavel) and Unknown (Pepelina)

  • Happily Married: Dendy mentioned they have their anniversary coming up and she's very proud of them.
  • Head Pet: Pavel has a frog in his head.
  • Hidden Depths: While we don't know what they do for a living, Pavel has done some heroic things that have made him a Level 6 hero.
  • Kappa: Just like Dendy, they're both kappas, but unlike Dendy, you can actually tell that they're kappas.
  • Wacky Parent, Serious Child: While they're not too wacky, they're quite more lighthearted when compared to their serious daughter.

    Ofrang and Theodosia
Ofrang (left), Theodosia (right)
Ofrang voiced by: Dave Fennoy
Theodosia voiced by: Melique Berger

Rad's parents. Just like their son, they are aliens from Planet X.

Hero Level: Unknown (both)

  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Just like their son, they have turquoise skin due to their alien origins.
  • Green-Skinned Space Babe: Theodosia.
  • Literal-Minded: The snacks Ofrang cooks show that he takes things quite literally, as his "ants on a log" used actual ants instead of raisins, and his soft pretzels are so soft they can't keep their expected twisted shape.
  • Space Clothes: They're Martians who dress like The Jetsons.
  • Tuckerization: Theodosia is named after the show creator's grandmother.
  • Wacky Parent, Serious Child: While it's not to the level Enid has with her parents, Rad is definitely more down to Earth compared to them.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Similar to the skintone we can see where Rad got his green hair from.

    Bernard and Wilhamena
Wilhamena (left), Bernard (right)
Bernard voiced by: Dave Fennoy
Wilhamena voiced by: Melique Berger

Enid's parents, who aren't actually ninjas like she claims. In actuality the father, Bernard is a werewolf, and the mother, Wilhamena is a Blacula.

Hero Level: Unknown (both)

Tropes applying to both

  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: Enid certainly thinks so, and they're very eager to whip out Embarrassing Old Photos of her when K.O. and Rad visit.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: They're a vampire and werewolf who are two of the most friendly and good-hearted characters in the series.
  • Fantasy-Forbidding Father: And Fantasy-Forbidding Mother. While they both love Enid, they don't approve of her wanting to be a ninja, since "this is a spooky household, and ninjas aren't spooky". When she uses a spooky-looking ninja technique to take out some troublemaking ghosts, though, they realize they misjudged her and tell her they're proud of her.
  • Fur Against Fang: Averted, the two are a werewolf and vampire yet their a loving and married Interspecies Couple, that already have a few children.
  • Happily Married: They aren't shy to show off their affection for each other.
  • Interspecies Romance: Wilhamena is a vampire, while Bernard is a werewolf.
  • Perky Goths: They enjoy being spooky and are rather cheerful.
  • Wacky Parent, Serious Child: Incredibly friendly and jovial compared to Enid's aloof and cool persona.

Tropes applying to Bernard

Tropes applying to Wilhamena

    Boris and Icky
Boris (left), Icky (right)

Enid's younger twin brothers where Boris is a Frankenkid and Icky is a pumpkin-headed person.

Hero Level: Unknown (both)

    Punching Trudy
Voiced by: Melissa Villaseñor

Punching Judy's sister and her rival since birth.

Hero Level: 6

RPG World


A hero who's on a solo quest to defeat his nemesis, Galgarion.

Hero Level: 50 (RPG World), 90+ (Show)

  • The Ace: One of the world strongest heroes and knows his way around castle, monster fighting, and well-equipped in potions.
  • Babies Ever After: In the end of "A Hero's Fate" Hero and Cherry has a child named Spaghetti.
  • Became Their Own Antithesis: In the comic, Hero was constantly criticized by others for taking every sidequest he ran into, perpetually sidelining his primary mission. Since then, Hero rededicated himself to defeating Galgarion—to the point of neglecting his friends and everything else in his life.
  • Character Overlap: He, along with Galgarion, are from RPG World and they both make their animated debut in OK K.O..
  • Dumbass No More: Hero seem to have gotten smarter, if slightly simple and obsessive. He's even aware that the most reliable way to get more power in RPGs is to level grind.
  • Genius Ditz: Despite being simple minded and focus on a single thing at a time, Hero is still one of the most powerful character in the show so far.
  • Good Is Dumb: More single minded than anything else.
  • Hammerspace Hair: Hero kept his inventory down his pants in the webcomic, but here he uses his hair instead.
  • Happily Married: Hero and Cherry finally got married at the end of "A Hero's Fate", living in a nice simple house happily raising their child together.
  • Heel Realization: After K.O. marches out of the final fight between Hero and Galgarion, deciding he's rather go back and hang out with his friends than do more level grinding, he comes to realize that their fight is kinda-sorta pointless.
  • Level Grind: If all else fails, level grind... until you realized your one-track mind has made you forget about everyone else, then it's time to stop.
  • Nice Guy: Just like his previous series self, Hero is still his kind hearted and simple way, but became overwhelm in his nonstop training.
  • No Name Given: No one knows Hero's actual name, including Hero, so he just answers to the name Hero.
  • Official Couple: With Cherry.
  • Relationship Upgrade: With Cherry.
  • Took a Level in Badass: While he was very strong in his previous series, in the years since, Hero leveled up to 90, something that K.O.'s world considers difficult and rare to reach!

Voiced by: Ashly Burch

A elven thief who joined Hero's party to gain money.

Hero Level: 50 (RPG World)

  • Babies Ever After: In the end of "A Hero's Fate" Hero and Cherry has a child named Spaghetti.
  • The Cameo: Only made an appearance at the very end of "A Hero's Fate" in webcomic form.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: Cherry has come close several times to telling Hero how she feels about him. But his stupidity makes her question this feeling as much as circumstances prevent her from saying it. No longer the case in the end.
  • First Girl Wins: Cherry was the first female Hero met on his journey and the one he ends up married.
  • Happily Married: Hero and Cherry finally got married at the end of "A Hero's Fate", living in a nice simple house happily raising their child together.
  • Official Couple: She and Hero end up married.
  • Only in It for the Money: Cherry's initial motivation for joining Hero group in the past.
  • Relationship Upgrade: She marries Hero.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Despite Hero being gone for so many years, Cherry simply was happy he was back and even got married and raising a children. She even speak in a kind motherly tone.


A baby child that Hero and Cherry had after the ending of "A Hero's Fate".

Hero Level: Unknown

  • Ambiguous Gender: Only appears for a few seconds, and we don't learn if (s)he's a boy or a girl.
  • Like Father, Like Son: Depending on their gender, but Spaghetti seems to hold a desire to level up like their father, Hero. Even owning a wooden sword despite being a baby.

The Planeteers

    Captain Planet
Voiced by: David Coburn

A superhero from the old cartoon series Captain Planet and the Planeteers.

Hero Level: Planet

  • The Ace: Being the embodiment of the planet, Captain Planet is fast, super strong and holds all of the power of the rings. However...
  • Adaptational Badass: Despite the fact that he's weak to pollution, he's able to suck up tons of sludge, and weaponize said sludge to stop the bad guys' carbon emissions. In fact, it took a pollution raygun specifically built to combat him to take him down.
  • All Your Colors Combined: He has all of the colors of the Planeteers elements reflected in his design: Earth is his green hair, Fire is his red clothes, Wind and Water are his blue-white skin, and Heart is his yellow chest piece.
  • All Your Powers Combined: Is summoned through the powers of those who wear the Earth, Fire, Water, Wind, and Heart rings.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: Take Spiderman's wisecracking and make it more hammy and bombastic and you'll have Captain Planet.
  • Broken Ace: Years of fighting to stop pollution had put a stain in his moral standard. Realizing that he and the Planeteers had failed to save the Earth made him very straightforward to K.O., a child, that the Earth is dying.
  • Broke the Rating Scale: Rather than a numerical rating, his Hero Level is a picture of "the planet", as befitting a crossover character.
  • Character Overlap: He, along with Kwame, are originally from Captain Planet and the Planeteers.
  • Chrome Champion: His skin is entirely a shining, metallic blue.
  • Drama-Preserving Handicap: His weakness to pollution never really comes into play
  • Elemental Powers: Captain Planet harnesses the powers of ice, air, earth, water, fire and electricity.
  • Eternal Hero: Captain Planet has existed and will continue to exist as long as the planet has a will to protect itself.
  • Flying Brick: Even without his elemental powers, he's still super strong and Nigh-Invulnerable.
  • The Good Captain: A textbook example.
  • Incoming Ham: Announces his presence with a hearty "By your powers combined, I AM CAPTAIN PLANET!" while basically striking a Jojo pose. He only gets less subtle from there.
  • Invincible Hero: He can be hurt by pollution, but in most episodes, he literally just appears and fixes everything in two minutes, tops.
  • Nice Guy: Incredibly nice. He also never resorts to direct violence, instead using his powers to foil the bad guys' plans and correct the ecological damage.
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: One of his most displayed powers. In fact, even pollution isn't a surefire way to kill him because he can be washed off and charged up with solar energy.
  • Stepford Smiler: Despite his cheerful demeanor and taunting his enemies, Captain Planet is very depressed over the condition of Earth today and feels he failed it.
  • Transformation Sequence: A far more impressive one than he had in the original cartoon, starting with him forming out of the earth and transforming into fire, wind, water and heart before turning into his familiar blue-and-red form.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Pollution.

Voiced by: LeVar Burton

The last member of the Planeteers after the others quit. He's the Earth Planeteer, to be specific.

Hero Level: Unknown

  • Broken Ace: Like Captain Planet, not able to improve the Earth really depress the young Planeteers. His friends breaking up didn't help either.
  • Character Overlap: He, along with Captain Planet, are originally from Captain Planet and the Planeteers.
  • Determinator: All the other Planeteers gave up on trying to stop pollution due to basically feeling like they were spinning their wheels. He's still travelling the world, doing what little he can.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: He's the Earth Planeteer, meaning his ring has powers over the element of earth.
  • Nice Guy: Patient, kind, calm, and cares about others and the environment.
  • Stepford Smiler: Despite his bright smile and desire to help others, his inability to improve the planet and his team breaking up over the seeming futility of it left an impact on Kwame.


    The Big Cheese
Voiced by: Robert Costanzo

The ACTION NEWS chief and Dynamite Watkins' boss.

Hero Level: Unknown

    Dynamite Watkins

She hosts the ACTION NEWS, the neutral zone’s news show. She started doing local news in the midwestern state of Minnexploda, and recently got a gig on Lakewood’s local channel, ACTION 52!

Hero Level: 2


A robot with a camera for a head who is literally the cameraperson for ACTION NEWS.

Hero Level: Unknown

Pow Card Industries

    Mr. Cardsley
Voiced by: Clancy Brown

Powio Cardsley III is the boss and company owner of Pow Card Industries, and the grandson of the founder of Pow Cards.

Hero Level: Unknown

  • Armor-Piercing Question: He is quite sure that kappa shouldn't have Pow cards until K.O. asks him if he even knows any. He stammers a bit until he orders his guards to escort K.O. and Dendy away.
  • Bus Crash: In the second-to-last episode it's abruptly stated he died somehow. One snippet of the finale's "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue show him being bullied by ghosts in Fire and Brimstone Hell.
  • Fantastic Racism: Thanks to all the negative stories about kappas, he truly believes that all kappas are monsters and considers ineligible for Pow Cards. He changes his mind after seeing the literal boatloads of Kappa get registered for cards, the Teknos that literally come flooding in from worldwide sales immediately after, and realizing that he's turning his back on an untapped demographic for petty reasons.
  • Female Feline, Male Mutt: Inverted with Carla, as she's a dog and he's a cat.
  • Freak Out: When he's proven wrong that kappas are capable of being heroes, he starts freaking out that he's wrong, then lays on the ground in a fetal position while sucking his thumb.
  • Funny Animal: He's an anthropomorphic cat.
  • Meaningful Name: His last name is CARDSley, and his business makes trading cards. His first name being "Powio" also shows why exactly these collectibles are specifically known as Pow Cards.
  • Moral Pragmatist: He's convinced to include kappa in the Pow Card system, at first on a trial basis, and then permanently... because it turns out to widen his customer base, making him more money.
  • Purple Is Powerful: He wears a purple coat jacket to emphasize he's in charge of Pow Card Industries.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: When K.O. and Dendy get caught by the security guards, he orders the guards to release them and is willing to hear out K.O. and Dendy's complaint. Despite his bigoted attitude towards kappas, he's willing to accept Dendy's request to allow kappas to be temporary recognized in the Pow Card computer system, and once he's proven wrong about kappas not being heroes, he permanently allows kappas to be recognized by computer (the fact that sales immediately increased and the company made much more money then they did before helped).

Voiced by: Nichole Bloom

An engineer who works at Pow Card Industries.

Hero Level: Unknown

Hue Troops

    In General
Left to Right: Red Action, Blue Power, Black Strategy, Green Guts, Yellow Technique

The Hue Troop is a group of time travelers from the year 301X. Red Action was originally a member of this group.

  • Action Girls: All the members are female and they're quite tough.
  • Amazon Brigade: All members of the Hue Troop are women.
  • Animal Motifs: Each of the Troopers has a vehicle based off of sea creatures.
  • Arm Cannon: They all can transform their arms into laser cannons.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Their uniforms expose their navels.
  • Chest Insignia: Each Trooper has a different symbol on their belt buckle.
  • Color-Coded Characters: Being based on the typical Sentai team, they each have an assigned color, which is made even more obvious by also being named after their colors.
  • Colorful Theme Naming: Going along with the Sentai theme, each of them is named after a color.
  • Combat Stilettos: Each of them wears them with their respective colors.
  • Cool Helmets: Each members wears a Sentai helmet that exposes their hair.
  • Cyborg: Since Red Action is one, it's likely the rest of the team are, too, as demonstrated with their Arm Cannons.
  • Expies: The team is basically Super Sentai/Power Rangers, complete with poses and animal themed vehicles.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: They only wear a glove on their right hand.
  • Hero Antagonist: They were this to Red Action in their debut due to her accidentally breaking the Prism Crystal and running away from them to avoid punishment. But after Red recovers the Prism Crystal from the past to replace the one she broke and apologizes to her team, they're on good terms again.
  • Legacy Team: The Hue Troops we see inherited their mantles from previous generations, who look identical to them.
  • Meaningful Names: "Hue" means color or shade. And besides the color-themed names, the second part of their name seems to describe their personality.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: Like Red Action, they're more Animesque than other characters.
  • Sentai: Their whole group is based around a sentai theme.
  • "Super Sentai" Stance: They do this when they make their debut. Red Action isn't fond of doing it in public.
  • Time Travel: Like Red Action, they came from 301X and they can travel through time.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Each of their hair colors matches their color scheme.

    Ren Bo
Voiced by: TBA

An alien who guides the Hue Trooper.

Hero Level: Unknown

  • Big Good: She has the Troopers take care of any incoming disasters and guides them on what to do.
  • The Ghost: Hasn't appeared outside of a description in a flashback Red has.
  • Mission Control: In order for the Troopers to communicate with her, they use the Prism Crystal, which has a holographic link to her.
  • Punny Name: Her name is a pun off of "rainbow".
  • Seers: She has the power to predict catastrophes and sends out the Troopers to prevent them.

    Blue Power
Voiced by: Courtenay Taylor

The Blue Trooper and leader of the Hue Troop.

Hero Level: Unknown

    Yellow Technique
Voiced by: Carrie Keranen

The Yellow Trooper of the Hue Troops.

Hero Level: Unknown

  • Ambiguously Brown: Her skin is brown, but her face has an appearance that could be Asian, Hispanic, or some other unknown ethnicity.
  • Ambiguously Gay: It's implied she may have had a thing with Red Action. There's a photo of them together on Red's Social Media account which she captioned "remember the future times </3" (</3 is netspeak for a broken heart). She seems to have taken Red's desertion the hardest out of her teammates. After the meteor crashed, she was worried about Red when Enid started calling out for her and didn't check on her teammates. And then there's her Meaningful Look after Red decided to stay in 201X and she leaves with Enid.
  • Animal Motifs: Her vehicle is based off a lamprey.
  • Chest Insignia: Her belt buckle has a yellow skull on it.
  • Dark-Skinned Blonde: Being the Yellow Trooper and her dark skin gives her this appearance.
  • Meaningful Look: After Enid and Red Action leaves after Red decided to stay in 201X, she's quiet as see watches Red leave while her teammates talk among themselves and then comments that Red changed. She continues to watch until she's told it's time to go.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Her hair covers her right eye.
  • We Used to Be Friends: It's implied a couple times that she and Red Action were particularly close (possibly even in a relationship). They patch it up at the end of the episode.

    Black Strategy
Voiced by: Erica Mendez

The Black Trooper of the Hue Troops.

Hero Level: Unknown

    Green Guts
Voiced by: Jamie Marchi

The Green Trooper of the Hue Troops.

Hero Level: Unknown

    Red Action 
See her folder here for tropes regarding Red Action.

Lakewood Public School

    Principal Claus
Voiced by: Michael Patrick Bell

The principal of Lakewood Public School.

  • Acrofatic: He’s fat, as you’d expect from a Santa Claus Expy, but when he needs to move, he moves.
  • Actor Allusion: Michael Bell created a series of shorts for Frederator called Super Santa, and now he voices Santa in this series.
  • Badass Santa: He'll fend off line hecklers like Darrell and Shannon by force, if necessary.
  • Berserk Button: Not respecting other people’s traditions; as a Christmas spirit, such things are Serious Business to him.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: He’s a jolly guy who loves making others happy, but he’s also an incredibly powerful hero; when Darrell and Shannon hit his Berserk Button, he smashes both of them to pieces with one hit each at lightning-fast speeds.
  • A Day in the Limelight: “Super Black Friday” is devoted largely to him teaching K.O., Enid, and Rad a lesson. Fittingly, it’s also a holiday special.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: Subverted and Played for Laughs when K.O. mistakes his metaphorical description of celebrators being his family as a confession that he and K.O. are actually related.
  • Nice Guy: He’s easily one of the nicest characters in the whole show, to the point that it almost feels like a shock when he loses his cool on Darrell and Shannon.
  • Putting the "Pal" in Principal: The students like him as much as you'd expect given he's basically Santa.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: A blink-it-and-you'll-miss-it frame when he's beating up Darrel and Shannon in "Super Black Friday" has his sclera turn black and his irises red in a rather Robotnik-like fashion.
  • Santa Claus: He's a Santa lookalike, from his big red nose to his "ho ho ho".
  • Verbal Tic: He’s basically Santa, so he naturally says “ho ho ho” a lot.

    Miss Quantum

The teacher at the Lakewood Public School for K.O. and Dendy's class.

Hero Level: -1

Voiced by: Nichole Bloom

One of K.O. and Dendy's classmates.

Hero Level: 0

Click here to see her Normal Form. 
Voiced by: Melissa Fahn

One of K.O. and Dendy's classmates.

Hero Level: 0

  • Author Avatar: She's a self-insert character of storyboard artist Geneva Hodgson.
  • Cat Folk: She's mainly seen in the form of an anthropomorphic cat.
  • Informed Ability: At first glance, it's easy to mistake her for an anthropomorphic cat girl, but she's actually a shapeshifter and her normal form seems to be a human.
  • Meganekko: She wears glasses and she only shapeshifts into cute characters.
  • Shapeshifter Default Form: She doesn't prefer her human form, so she chooses to be a blue cat girl.
  • True Blue Femininity: She chooses to shapeshift into a blue characters because she thinks blue is cool.
  • Vague Age: She's the same age as K.O., which is 6-11 years old.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: She has the power to do this like her parents, but she doesn't care to learn how to turn into anything but cute anthropomorphic characters.

Voiced by: Nichole Bloom

One of K.O. and Dendy's classmates.

Hero Level: Unknown

CN City

    Ben Tennyson/Ben 10 
Voiced by: Tara Strong

A 10-year-old boy who, through the alien power of the Omnitrix, can transform himself into various heroes spanning two galaxies.

Hero Level: Unknownnote 

See his entry in Ben 10 Main Characters

    Four Arms 
Voiced by: John DiMaggio

One of the alien heroes that Ben 10 can turn himself into. A super-strong and super-fast red-skinned humanoid with four arms and four eyes.

Hero Level: Unknown

See his entry in Ben 10 Omnitrix Aliens

Voiced by: Estelle

The leader of the Crystal Gems, Garnet uses her Future Vision in order to gain a heightened awareness of her surroundings.

Hero Level: Ruby and Sapphire's gemstones

See Steven Universe — Garnet

Voiced by: Tara Strong

A member of the Teen Titans, she is a "half-Azarathian, half-demon sorceress" with dimension-jumping powers.

Hero Level: Unknown

See her entry in Teen Titans Go! Main Cast


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