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Mr. Widemouth (real name: Oliver Lamar Aloysious Anthony Felix Ubiquitous Jr. III)
"Do pigeons reflect your thoughts?"
Click here to see him in his previous life (major spoilers)

In 900 BZ (Before Zalgo), Widemouth was once a brave and noble archaeologist, until one-day Zalgo and his forces attacked his land. The man tried to fight back to no avail since there was nothing he or his allies could do to harm Zalgo and his minions. As punishment for his resistance, Zalgo tied him to the side of a pyramid and forced him to watch as he destroyed his home and killed his loved ones. Zalgo then placed a curse on the man turning him into a monstrous abomination as well as making him immortal so he could live forever with his pain and guilt. Finally, Zalgo trapped the man in the depths of the Pit, leaving in despair. After 800 years, Widemouth finally escaped the Pit, with no memory of his past. Now, Mr. Widemouth is a mysterious creature that resembles a Furby. He is very eccentric, zany, and mischievous nutjob and often tries to convince children to harm themselves by playing with knives or playing a game he calls “Suicide”.

  • Affably Evil: He is friendly, cheerful, and carefree despite the numerous murders he commits. He was a gentleman in his previous life, so that might have something to do with it.
  • The Ageless: He's been alive for over 600 trillion years.
  • All Powerful By Stander: He admits to feeling too lazy to participate in the Battle of the Pit, so he just gives the Proxies his Magic Satchel and then goes on his merry way.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: His forgetfulness, carelessness and ditzy behavior and what Zalgo did to him are reminiscent of someone with dementia. This is more obvious with his interactions with Natalie.
  • And I Must Scream: He was trapped in the black void of the Pit in a tiny prison box for billions of years before being released when Slenderman defeated and overthrew Zalgo.
  • Anti-Hero: He's weird, crazy, and kills people, but he has a good moral conscience and is far more nice than Aton.
  • Anything That Moves: Word of God states that Widemouth is pansexual.
  • Apologetic Attacker: When he shoves Clockwork:
    Mr. Widemouth: I JUST WANNA BE LOVED!! [Pushes Clockwork away forcefully] Uh-oh. I'm sorry I pushed you. [he goes to the kitchen and plants his head against the refrigerator in sadness] Y'know, it's just I'm all for gender equality and I would've done the same if you were a guy... Uh... oh... I'll just get out of your hair. [climbs on refrigerator] Again, I'm sorry I pushed you.
  • Are We There Yet?: When traveling with Aton to Aton's throne room, Mr. Widemouth was shown yelling "Are we there yet?" repeatedly. Aton proceeded to nonchalantly zap him in the face hard enough to leave him groaning.
  • Ax-Crazy: He is utterly insane. Considering what he's been through, it's not really surprising.
  • Badass Bookworm: He was a successful archaeologist in his previous life.
  • Bag of Holding: His "magic satchel", which can spawn literally anything if the one using it believes in it. Examples include a large axe, a cannon, a bundle of arrows, a spaceship and a living fish.
  • Baleful Polymorph: Oliver's transformation into Mr. Widemouth was the result of a curse on him put by Zalgo.
  • Break the Badass: A very tragic case of this. Widemouth was once a very skilled archaeologist who managed to run an entire continent. But when Zalgo invaded his planet, Zalgo crucified him to a pyramid and forced him to watch his beloved homeland be destroyed while he's left only able to scream impotently. By the time he's rescued, he's given up hope of stopping Zalgo and is slumped down in utter despair.
  • Barefoot Loon: He's always barefoot and possibly the craziest character of the comic.
  • Basement-Dweller: "To Proxy Mountain" reveals Mr. Widemouth sometimes sleeps in the basement of Proxy Mansion.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Barney would have taken over the comic if not for Widemouth hitting the reset button.
  • Birds of a Feather: In his previous life, Oliver and Mona instantly get along due to their sophisticated nature, sharp wit, penchants for talking, altruism, etc. At one point King Richard remarks that he and Mona. have a lot in common.
  • Blessed with Suck: His reality warping powers were unwillingly granted to him by Zalgo, but at the cost of his sanity and humanity, and he became insane and outlived the only woman he ever loved.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: Very fun-loving and energetic.
  • Bullying the Dragon: In "To Proxy Mountain", he learns the hard way why you should never insult Zalgo.
  • Butt-Monkey: Is often the victim of slapstick.
  • Catchphrase: "OOOOOOH!!"
  • Cerebus Retcon: His chaotic, silly, and moronic antics become much more depressing after "Remnants".
  • Chaotic Good: Is aligned with is In-Universe.
  • Classical Anti-Hero: A Chaotic Stupid example.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Does not even begin to describe his personality. Mr. Widemouth has odd plans, odd mannerisms and generally doesn't make sense. This is because Zalgo drove him nuts. It's Played for Drama during a flashback episode that shows Oliver was terrified of losing his mind. Mr. Widemouth is less than a shadow of the dignified archeologist he once was, no longer caring that he's gone insane. He's not even aware that he's even gone insane, even with the truth from his own words being sung right in front of him. However it's kind of implied that Oliver was already a bit of a Cloudcuckoolander, he just wasn't insane. For example, he compares being the Mr. Widemouth to "living with eternal diaper butt".
  • Combat Medic: He can heal and fight.
  • Combat Sadomasochist: Especially apparent whenever he's in a fight. Widemouth may be trying to win, but it doesn't stop him from enjoying each and every cut, burn, wound, and broken bone he gets during the fight.
  • Comically Cross-Eyed: Sometimes.
  • Confusion Fu: Even Jeff (a Confusion Fu master himself) is weirded out by his sweet moves.
  • Cool Bike: He owns a Harley.
  • Cool Old Guy: He has a wacky sense of humor, can warp reality and has a bunch of ninja stuff.
  • The Corruption: It's shown that Oliver was able to resist becoming insane when trapped in the void of the Pit, but the realization that no one would (or even could) save him. Eventually, he becomes Mr. Widemouth permanently.
  • Cowardly Lion: In "To Proxy Mountain", he muscles up the courage to finally fight Zalgo. It doesn't end well.
  • Creepy Good: Widemouth constantly scares Jeff with his creepy grin and getting in his personal space, but always tells him to never worry and that he is about to have "the greatest day ever".
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Widemouth may be a laughable goofball, but he's still an Ax-Crazy Serial Killer with nigh-omnipotent powers who has defeated Eldritch Abominations on a daily basis.
  • Dance Battler: His fighting moves are a combination of somersaulting, twirling punches, and leap-frogging over his opponent.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: For so lighthearted a character he has had one of the darkest and most painful pasts of any character on the comic, stretching back an entire millennium to when he was a perfectly normal, happy young man. He survived the Ice Age and a post-apocalyptic ruin of the world, and became a temporary lover to a young woman, but lost it all along the way to Zalgo and his minions.
  • Death Seeker: When Oliver was trapped in the dark void, he tried to mutilate himself in order to avoid becoming insane. He realized that his Healing Factor made this pretty much impossible.
  • Denser and Wackier: Even moreso than his original counterpart.
  • A Day in the Limelight: "Remnants" involves his Origin Story, among other things.
  • Dirty Old Man: He has a habit of looking up Ms. P's dress.
  • Disney Death: Temporarily dies in the Barney episode before being revived by presumably Barney himself.
  • Dragged Off to Hell: In the comic featuring his past, Mr. Widemouth is forcibly turned into a hideous creature and then thrown into a prison box (Appropriately with Hell written inside.) that takes him away to the Pit for a billion years.
  • The Dragon: To Aton in many ways.
  • Emerging from the Shadows: In "Legends of the Multiverse", this is how Widemouth offers his help to the Proxies.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Shortly after Zalgo destroys the multiverse and recreates it in his image, Widemouth describes Zalgo as a "REAL psycho"—as in, crazier than he is.
  • Evil Is Bigger: He's pretty big. Clockwork only reaches his chest.
  • Evil Old Folks: Played with. Mr. Widemouth does morally questionable things regularly, but most of the time it's because he's too insane to realize what he's doing is wrong.
  • Evil Tastes Good: Multiple times in "Legends of the Multiverse", he refers to Zalgo's fire as "delicious".
  • Fallen Hero: He was once a kind and wealthy archaeologist who lead an entire nation through the Ice Age. And then Zalgo came along.
  • Fate Worse than Death: Rather than kill him, Zalgo cursed him and trapped him in the pit for 800 years.
  • Flight: He has the ability to fly.
  • Forced to Watch: Zalgo crucified him on a pyramid and make him watch as he slaughtered his family and destroyed his beloved homeland.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: Played with. Oliver was by no means a nobody (he did lead an entire nation through the Ice Age), but he was still fairly harmless. Then Zalgo cam along.
  • Fun Personified: He's the master of dancing, singing, and partying. Aton calls Mr. Widemouth "the life of a party".
  • Future Badass: Oliver was a certified badass. Mr. Widemouth... Not so much.
  • The Gadfly: He loves bothering and annoying people.
  • Genius Ditz: He's goofy and scatterbrained but he also has a wise, reasonable side, he's very savvy, and is one of the most powerful characters in the Pastamonsters universe.
  • Go into the Light: When Jeff is wounded by Zalgo, Widemouth tells Jeff to not to go into the light: "They'll never let you in!"
  • Go Mad from the Isolation: Spending a billion years locked in a prison in the middle of a dark void drove him to insanity.
  • Groin Attack: One of his fighting moves invokes this.
  • Healing Factor: One that makes him damn near impossible to kill. ( It's one of the better side effects of being turned into a monster against your will.)
  • Hearing Voices: The insane variation; caused by his insanity. He doesn't mention them at all in the present day, so he may be tuning them out. Or they don't bother talking to him anymore because he's already a crazy monster. Or he still hears them, but no longer makes any distinction between the voices and his own thoughts, so he doesn't see any point in mentioning them.
  • Hero of Another Story: As Oliver where he was one of the leaders of an entire planet and Natalie's Parental Substitute.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Aton. Mr. Widemouth was even the best man at his wedding.
  • How the Mighty Have Fallen: He used to be a famed archaeologist who led an entire continent through the Ice Age. Now he's nothing more than a bumbling, senile monster.
  • The Hyena: He never misses a chance to laugh.
  • Identity Amnesia: Years of being inside the black void of the Pit drove Widemouth insane to the point of not even remembering who he was.
  • I Just Want to Be Loved: He him has said so, and his actions further support this.
    Mr. Widemouth: I JUST WANNA BE LOVED!!
  • Immortality Inducer: Zalgo's curse has kept him alive for a very long time. Unfortunately, it's also driven him insane.
  • I Shall Taunt You: Since he usually fights purely on instinct, he actually thinks about making insults rather than focusing on the battle. He has gotten wittier over the years, and so he's able to do it when he IS focusing on the battle.
  • I Was Quite a Looker: Oliver was relatively handsome, as opposed to the scraggly and unkempt Mr. Widemouth
  • Kick the Dog: A (probably) unintentional variant, but he has a habit of accidentally reminding others of their failures.
  • Knife Nut: Is obsessed with knives, something he and Jeff have in common.
  • Lampshade Wearing: At one point, Mr, Widemouth walks out of Aton's house wearing a lampshade.
  • Large Ham: A very energetic and loud monster.
  • Life of the Party: Aton calls him this word-for-word.
  • The Lost Lenore: Mona, his old sweetheart who he never saw again after Zalgo destroyed his land. Even eons after he was freed, he never tries to find love again.
  • Love Hungry: "Love me! LOVE ME!!!"
  • The Mad Hatter: Mr. Widemouth doesn't deny that he is crazy (on the contrary, he loves every minute of it).
  • Maniac Tongue: Occasionally.
  • Me's a Crowd: He can duplicate himself.
  • More Teeth than the Osmond Family: He has a lot of teeth.
  • Nerd Glasses: As Oliver.
  • Nice Guy: Very polite to other monsters.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: His response to the threat of torture is an excited "ooh!".
  • Nominal Hero
  • Noodle Incident: Aton and Widemouth constantly mention an event called "The Flare Gun Incident". All we know of it was that some holes were dug, and Mr. Widemouth was involved.
  • No Sense of Personal Space: He likes to get really close to others faces.
  • One-Man Army: He was able to fight and defeat Zalgo and his entire army.
  • Overly Long Name: His real name is Oliver Lamar Aloysious Antony Felix Ubiquitous Jr. III.
  • Painful Transformation: Zalgo turning him into a monster, judging by the twisting and enlargement of his bones and Oliver's screams of agony, definitely didn't tickle.
  • Papa Wolf: Towards Natalie. He's the entire reason she escaped Zalgo's wrath (Oliver told the world leaders to put her in an escape pod if anything went wrong)
  • Perpetual Smiler: He has a permanent smile (although he is capable of frowning).
  • Person of Mass Destruction: He's powerful enough to warp reality itself.
  • Pop-Cultured Badass: Mr. Widemouth appears to be a bit of a music and film buff:
    • When the Proxies arrive at the Cosmic Playroom, Mr. Widemouth can be seen watching the Looney Tunes short Rabbit of Seville, with the Barber of Seville also playing in the background.
    • When Zalgo is finally defeated and and killed by Shadowlurker, Mr. Widemouth sang his own version of "Ding-Dong, The Witch is Dead" from The Wizard of Oz.
    • During his therapy session with Aton, the background music of the Comedy Club brawl was from The Thieving Magpie, which alluded to A Clockwork Orange. The theme played during a similar scene where Alex and his droogs fight Billy Boy's gang in an abandoned theater.
    • While taking a stroll in the Dark Forest, he merrily sang Only You (And You Alone) by The Platters. This was referred to in "Legends of the Multiverse", as the song was playing in the background in the room when Mr. Widemouth is sleeping.
    • While imprisoned in the Pit and slowly losing his sanity, he sang Cold, Cold Heart by Hank Williams.
    • While in Vegas with BEN and Jeff, Mr. Widemouth hopped on stage and sang ''Luck Be a Lady Tonight" by Frank Sinatra.
    • While taking a shower while spending the night at Aton's, Mr. Widemouth can be heard singing I've Got You Under My Skin by Frank Sinatra.
    • When walking in the Dark Forest with Grinny, Mr. Widemouth sang his own version of Toxic by Britany Spears.
  • Power Born of Madness: Zalgo's curse granted him reality warping powers at the cost of his sanity.
  • Really 700 Years Old: One of the oldest monsters in the Under Realm. He was a part of B.Z (Before Zalgo) multiverse, which took place at around 600 billion years before Slenderman, so this easily makes him around the third oldest member of the primary cast (older than Slenderman).
  • Sad Clown: He's easily one of the happiest characters in the comic, but he's seen and been through some dark stuff.
  • Sadist: Although he does know when to relent, he does enjoy seeing others in pain occasionally.
  • Screaming Warrior: Even more than Jeff.
  • Took a Level in Dumbass: He seems to get stupider and stupider every appearance. Justified rather sadly, as one of the symptoms of Zalgo's spell was memory loss.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He really loved pancakes and hamburgers.
  • Tragic Monster: In 900 BZ (Before Zalgo), Widemouth was once a brave and noble archaeologist, until one day Zalgo and his forces attacked his land. The man tried to fight back to no avail since there was nothing he or his allies could do to harm Zalgo and his minions. As punishment for his resistance, Zalgo tied him to the side of a pyramid and forced him to watch as he destroyed his home and killed his loved ones. Zalgo then placed a curse on the man turning him into a monstrous abomination as well as making him immortal so he could live forever with his pain and guilt. Finally, Zalgo trapped the man in the depths of the Pit, leaving in despair. After 800 years, Widemouth finally escaped the Pit, with no memory of his past.
  • Trauma Conga Line: His backstory before becoming Mr. Widemouth is one long list of tragedies. Zalgo tied him to the side of a pyramid and forced him to watch as he destroyed his home and killed everyone he loved, including possibly his lover. Zalgo then placed a curse on the man turning him into a monstrous abomination as well as making him immortal so he could live forever with his pain and guilt. Afterward, Oliver was forced to live in a dark void for trillions of years before he finally became Mr. Widemouth. It's a wonder he was able to stay sane as long as he did, much less against a void making him crazy.
  • Trigger Happy: As seen in "To Proxy Mountain".
  • Walking Spoiler: It's pretty hard to talk about him without mentioning his Dark and Troubled Past.
  • Was Once a Man: See Tragic Monster above.
  • Wicked Cultured: Mr. Widemouth has a good ear for old-timey 50s ballads, Hank Williams, The Platters, and even some New Age music like Britney Spears to name a few.
  • Would Hit a Girl: When he shoves Clockwork to the ground, he apologizes by saying it would've been sexist of him not to hit her, as he would've done the same if she was a guy.
  • Would Hurt a Child: If this sketch by Comickit is any understanding.


"I am Aton, son. I created the multiverse. Please don't blame me. My wife was nagging me and I needed something to take my mind off things."
The creator of reality and leader of the Gods of the Universe.
  • Above Good and Evil: When Sally calls him "the God of Good" Aton replies "Don't call me that! Morality is a mental chain for the weak!".
  • The Ace: All-powerful god, handsome (by his species standards), loved by everyone, and he's got good piano and singing skills!
  • The Ageless: The single oldest character in the comic.
  • All-Powerful Bystander: Perhaps the greatest mystery in the universe is why this all-powerful being can't (or won't) kill Zalgo himself, considering how he destroyed Zalgo's entire army, or how quickly he rebuilt an entire universe that Zalgo demolished.
  • The Alcoholic: According to Widemouth.
  • Almighty Idiot: He is the creator of existence. He also has a brain the size of a walnut.
  • Always a Bigger Fish: Is higher up on the cosmic food chain than Zalgo and Slenderman, and his arrival is enough to scare Zalgo. Though Word of God indicates he's still weaker than Kittyx, mostly because Kittyx is Comickit's Author Avatar and could blink the Pastamonsters Universe out of existence. Zalgo learns this the hard way, as not even the unlimited power of the Multiverse crystals have the power to wipe out the absolute Top God.
  • Ambiguously Gay: He gets a lot of Ho Yay moments with Mr. Widemouth, and has on at least one occasion openly called Jeff hot. He's also implied to have done something to his male pet venus fly trap, Larry, that caused him to have offspring with one greatly resembling Aton.
  • And I Must Scream: He reveals that he hated his job as The Watcher for this reason, as he had been bound by duty to watch the cosmos for eons.
  • Anti-Hero: He's firmly on the side of good, but frequently makes morally questionable and bizarre actions on a whim. Come "Legends of the Multiverse" and Aton is now upgraded to Villain Protagonist territory.
  • Arch-Enemy:
    • He and his army have been at war with Zalgo since the dawn of time.
    • Let's be real, Aton is this to everyone who isn't named Mr. Widemouth. However, the Proxies are easily the ones who hate him the most — after three story arcs of enduring his sadism and carelessness, the only reason they bother sticking around is because they don't want to risk getting written out of existence, a chance to earn recognition from the multiverse being the only other possible reason, even for super competitive Jeff the Killer, with many blatantly stating that they hate Aton with every fiber of their being.
  • Attention Whore: In spades.
  • Berserk Button: People questioning his authority.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: He is friendly, kind, and seemed very well-mannered if a little ditzy. However, he can destroy the entire multiverse when angry. Slenderman said there used to be 18 Great Lords (not including Zalgo); Aton wiped out 14 of them. In his later appearance, he shows a hidden hostile side, giving threats of being destroyed to anyone that displeases him.
  • Big Fancy Castle: His home.
  • Big Good: In contrast to Zalgo's Big Bad.
  • Big Guy, Little Guy: The Big Guy to Mr. Widemouth's little guy.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He's fairly affable if everything's going his way. Unfortunately, if he's talking to a normal human, that just means he's luring them into a false sense of security so he can manipulate them to his own ends. And if things aren't going well for him as he wreaks his brand of carefree mayhem and he becomes even slightly inconvenienced, he's pissed.
  • Bizarre Alien Biology: His eye doubles as a mouth.
  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: He views "good" and "evil" as "predictable" and "slightly less predictable".
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: You may like him or maybe even hate him, but Aton is the king of the multiverse, and have mercy on those who question his authority.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: In "Legends of the Multiverse", he outright admits to being an irresponsible jerkass.
  • Celebrity Endorsement: Aton will put his name and face on anything. He has his own brand of toys, shirts, coffee mugs, buttons, cars, soaps, etc.
  • Chick Magnet: Ladies go gaga over him, according to himself, of course.
  • Classical Anti-Hero: Started out as one, at least.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: No one (except for maybe Mr. Widemouth) has been able to decipher most of the gibberish that comes from his mouth.
  • Color Motif: White and Gold. Both represent his divinity and high status in the universe.
  • Cool Car: He has a killer space car. And it flies!
  • The Comically Serious: Claims to be the stoic god people believe him to be, but can't keep the act up alongside Mr. Widemouth.
  • Complete Immortality: Played straight. Nothing is capable of killing him. Even if his physical body is somehow destroyed, he can regenerate himself as he has ultimate control over reality.
  • Cyclops: He has only one eye.
  • Dark Messiah: The beings of the multiverse worship him as God who protects them form the wrath of multiversal monsters. Given Aton's habit of regularly leaving said monsters unattended to, they seem to have put their faith in the wrong being.
  • Deadpan Snarker: He likes to throw snark towards other people.
    Jeff: [breaks down the wall to Aton's room] What are you fucking doing here?! The multiverse is gone!!
    Aton: Hey, yo, Knives! Wonderful of you to drop in. Also, there's a door here.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Aton is willing to destroy evil beings for the slightest misdemeanor. Such as killing a man for shoplifting! And yet he lets Zalgo live...
  • Dissonant Serenity: He is cheery before and after destroying a universe.
  • The Dreaded: For evil-doers. Even Zalgo knew to get the fuck outta dodge.
  • Dull Surprise: Aton's reaction to Zalgo's death is to nonchalantly say "Cool" and then run off to go play beer pong.
  • Dumb Is Good: He is far from smart, but still firmly on the side of good.
  • The Emperor: Of existence. According to Slenderman, nothing stands above him.
  • Eye Beams: He can shoot beams from his eyes that can both destroy, repair, and create objects out of thin air.
  • Expecting Someone Taller: As stated by Ms. P.
  • Flanderization: He also gets progressively more irresponsible, idiotic and sadistic with each passing season. In earlier episodes, he at least has some semblance of humanity and was just a mean party animal. But by "Legends of the Multiverse" he exists solely for the purpose to cause pain and suffering and partying even when the multiverse is ending.
  • Foil: About the closest thing to an anti-Zalgo.
  • The Gadfly: Has shades of this. He calls Jeff "The Joker", knowing that Jeff hates being called that. He also calls Ms. P "Long Neck" for the same reasons.
  • God-Emperor: Of the multiverse.
  • God Is Evil: No so much early on, where he was just a party animal who had some semblance of good in him, but later on? HELL YEAH.
  • God of Good: In contrast to Zalgo's God of Evil.
  • The Gods Must Be Lazy:
    • Aton is technically the supreme ruler of all reality, but is never seen actually running things. In practice, he's more of a massive wildcard that the other gods conspire to appease so that he doesn't destroy one or more universes in a fit of pique.
    • Up to Eleven in "Legends of the Multiverse", where he is far more concerned with beating his fellow gods in beer pong than the fact that Zalgo enslaved the entire multiverse.
  • Gold and White Are Divine: They're even his signature color!
  • Good Is Not Soft: He's not too merciful towards evil-doers. He even imploded a man simply for shoplifting.
  • Greater-Scope Paragon: To Pastamonsters as a whole.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Aton is probably the only character in fiction to be both this and a Greater-Scope Paragon. While Zalgo, Jeff, Slenderman, and Enderman are the usual Big Bads in many episodes and arcs, Aton still trumps all of them as the Bigger Bad of the entire Pastamonsters series. He created all of them, and allows them to commit evil for seemingly no reason at all. He could end them by blinking, but he doesn't because he finds their evil acts interesting and wants to continue observing them.
  • Guardian of the Multiverse: In Name Only. He rules over the entire multiverse and is the single most powerful being. However, he appears to be a watcher type who doesn't interfere with the happenings of the different universes, although he did take action when the Great Lord tried to destroy the multiverse.
  • Happily Married: After some brief marriage counseling.
  • Hate Sink: A Childish, Narcissistic Sadist who thrives on the physical and emotional suffering of the beings of the multiverse through the life-threatening demons and monsters he regularly puts them through. While his unlikeable qualities aren't made as blatant at first, Comic Kit dialed up on them in later seasons, making him as hateable as possible.
  • Hidden Agenda Villain: It's clear he's planning something, but it's not clear what it is.
  • Horrifying the Horror: Even Zalgo, a demonic tyrant responsible for the destruction of multiple universes, steps back at the sight of Aton.
  • Idiot Hero: He doesn't know a thing about governing an omniverse, but is still a hero.
  • I Lied: Uses this on a regular basis whenever someone points out his contradictions.
  • It Amused Me: He puts the beings of the multiverse through increasingly difficult challenges for two reasons: Ratings, and kicks.
  • It's All About Me: He created the multiverse, so in his mind, everything should be centered around him.
  • Jerkass: He holds very little regard for the inhabitants of his multiverse (and less for the interns) and often laughs at their misfortune. The only time he ever cares for anything with them, is when it concerns his own livelihood.
  • Jerkass God: He's fairly arrogant and smug for the divine ruler of all that is good.
  • Karma Houdini: He gets away with everything he does, aside from a mixup here or getting scolded there.
  • King of All Cosmos
  • Lack of Empathy: The chief reason why Zalgo, Slenderman, and all the gods fear him. Under that innocence, Aton is absolutely devoid of qualms, second-thoughts, or even regret, over the countless trillions he's annihilated over the eons. You don't even get a warning. Displease him and you're gone. Play by his fight-for-survival rules, and he'll merely joyfully wipe you out. Annoy him, and he'll wipe you out, too, just emotionlessly so.
  • Lawful Good: Is aligned with it In-Universe (although he's more Lawful Neutral if anything).
  • Lazy Bum: Rarely bothers to get off his ass and do his duty as protector of the omniverse. Even Jeff is annoyed by his constant lack of action in the multiverse.
  • Light Is Good: Is almost always accompanied by a beam of light.
  • Mad Bomber: He loves blowing things up
  • The Maker: The absolute creator of existence.
  • Manchild: Why didn't Aton take action when Zalgo stole the Multiverse crystal and destroyed the multiverse? He was too close to beating a level on a video game to bother.
  • Mr. Exposition: As part of being the host of the multiverse his job is to explain the challenges, the on-going interactions between all of the inhabitants, and things of that nature.
  • Narcissist: Flanderized to hell and back later on.
    Aton: [looking at the Multiverse crystals] Congratulations. You've managed to find the one thing in the cosmos that could rival my face for sheer beauty.
  • The Nicknamer: He gives everyone a nickname, almost never calling them by their real names.
    • Mr. Widemouth: Furbee.
    • Zalgo: Evil.
    • Jeff: Knives/Joker.
    • BEN: Link/Zelda/Hat.
    • Laughing Jack: Jokester.
    • Slenderman: Squidward.
    • Sally Willaims: Stinker/Your Highness.
    • Eyeless Jack: Holes.
    • Ms. P: Long Neck/Magic Girl.
    • Shadowlurker: Old Timer.
    • Ticci Tobey: Homeschool.
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: He can survive being at the point blank of a multiverse busting explosion, completely unharmed.
  • No Mouth: He lacks any visible mouth, yet can still speak fluent sentences.
  • Non-Action Guy: Aton never fights, but he doesn't need to.
  • One-Hit Kill: He can do it to anything. From insects to the multiverse.
  • One-Man Army: Wiped out Zalgo's entire army with a single thought.
  • Outside Contextproblem: Even compared to a superpowered God of Evil that magically refuses to die and is causing rifts throughout every universe and reality, Aton is on an entirely different scale.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: One of the most powerful examples in webcomic history. He trumps the entire cast up to this point by being capable of casually destroying the whole multiverse, consisting of 30 Universes. There were once 58 Universes.
  • Pet the Dog: He rewards Lara in "Legends of the Multiverse" by reviving Isaac with no memory of his death.
  • Pintsized Powerhouse: Although he can change to being enormous, he usually stays a very small size.
  • Power Floats: He never walks. He only hovers or flies.
  • Pure Is Not Good: Mr. Widemouth points out that he's noble and filled with a love of justice...but that love is exactly what makes him dangerous. Specifically, he's too obsessed with justice to truly understand the value of life, which is why he can play a game that involves destroying entire planets as a consequence and not be bothered in the slightest as long as he believes the planet deserved it.
  • Physical God: Easily the strongest character in the series.
  • Reality Warper: On a multiversal scale.
  • Red Baron: He is somtimes referred to as "The Almighty Aton".
  • Sadist: By the time of "Legends of the Multiverse", Aton openly acknowledges himself as one, and keeps finding ways to ensure life in the universe is as miserable as possible.
  • Seldom-Seen Species: He has implied that there are trillions of others like him, but they never actually appear.
  • Series Mascot: He's the mascot of Pastamonsters.
  • Smug Snake: Aton has three layers to his personality. A goofy facade while buttering up up to his potential partners, a smug mocking state when he's got the upper hand and all parties know it, and a petulant state when he knows he's been bested and needs to save face. No matter which mode he's in, he positively oozes condescension.
  • Smug Super: He knows full well he's all-powerful and loves rubbing it in people's faces.
  • Stepford Smiler: He's very unhappy with his life and career.
  • The Stoic: Absolutely nothing fazes him. His only concern when the multiverse is destroyed by Zalgo is that he hasn't beaten a level in his newest video game.
  • Story-Breaker Power: He's the single most powerful being that exists. Zalgo, Slenderman, and even Cronos are well beneath him. Because of that, he rarely, if ever, appears in any Pastamonsters storylines and arcs.
  • Super Power Lottery: He has shown a ridiculous amount of powers. Immortality, Regeneration, he can ressurect himself if his physical body gets destroyed), can exist without a physical body, Teleportation, Shapeshifting, Transmutation, Electricity Manipulation, Weather Manipulation, Reality Warping, Inter-universal travel, can manipulate time, space, and gravity, can create beings, universes, and objects out of thin air, Sleep Inducement, Light Manipulation, Dream Manipulation and Nightmare Inducement, Cross-universal awareness (Is capable of viewing different realities), Illusion Creation, Intangibility, Energy Projection, Flight/Levitation, Matter Manipulation, Fire Manipulation, Size Manipulation, Telekinesis, Telepathy, Fourth Wall Awareness (he is aware of the real world and can "see" our world).
  • Took a Level in Dumbass: After "The Chain Mail".
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: After "Legends of the Multiverse".
  • Top God: Zalgo and Slenderman are considered gods. Aton is their superior and the ruler of the multiverse. According to Slenderman, he's so powerful he could destroy the entire multiverse in an instant if he desired. And he's not kidding either.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: His wife's lasagna.
  • Troll: He takes absolutely nothing seriously. Not even the multiverse being destroyed.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: Aton is possibly the most extreme example in the series. According to Slenderman, he isn't a fighter. However, none of that is important because he can instantly and irrevocably vaporize anything he wants, anywhere he wants, and at any scale he wants (up to the entire multiverse) with no possibility of blocking or dodging the attack. Zalgo also implies he's unkillable, his alternate future self being the one being in all of creation that Zamasu could not get rid of.
  • Visual Gag: He is literally a pasta monster.
  • World's Strongest Man: He is able to wipe out all 30 universes in an instant and strikes fear into Zalgo and Slenderman. According to Slenderman, there is nothing stronger than Aton in any universe, making him the true strongest thing in the Pastamonsters world.
  • You Got Spunk: When Masky goes ham on Aton for neglecting his job as protector of the multiverse, even calling him a "sorry sack of shit", Aton actually rewards him and the Proxies for saying so, as not even other gods have had the balls to call out Aton before.

     Aton's Elite 

Aton's Elite

A group of the universe's strongest warriors personally chosen by Aton. Basically, just obstacles to get in the way of anyone seeking to conquer a planet.
  • Absurdly Powerful Student Council: They were this when Slenderman attended high school.
  • The Ageless: They've been around for eons, and still show no sign of aging.
  • Aliens Speaking English: With absolutely no explanation.
  • Ass-Kicking Pose: Usually before a fight begins.
  • Badass Crew: They have fought galactic forces and beasts for eons, living to tell about it.
  • Bash Brothers: Toog and Jil'nor usually fight together and tend to combine their attacks frequently.
  • Blood Knight: They're pretty quick to fight with galactic beasts they think are causing a ruckus.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: There's a reason why Aton tolerates their behavior.
  • Drama Queen: When they do sometime, they want to do it in style.
  • The Dreaded: In case you're wondering why not many dares to enter or attack Aton's realm... Look no further than the Elite.
  • Elite Mooks: A rare heroic example.
  • Five-Man Band
  • Good Is Not Nice: They are firmly on the side of good, but can be difficult to deal with.
  • Large Ham: All of them, with Jil'nor taking the cake.
  • The Leader: Hera, who often gives the others order or leads them into battle.
  • Product Placement: Being sort of celebrities in the multiverse, they do this a lot.
  • Sweet Tooth: They have a thing for chocolate parfaits.


The smallest and least powerful member of the Elite, physically. Jil'nor possesses some psychic abilities, including being able to stop time for as long as he can hold his breath; this seems to be one of the primary reasons he has attained membership to the Elite.
  • All Men Are Perverts: It' s implied by Toog that he occasionally looks up Hera's skirt when she isn't looking.
  • Awesome, but Impractical: He can stop time, but only for as long as he can hold his breath. Furthermore, he can't hold his breath for very long.
  • Butt-Monkey: The most picked-on member of the entire gang.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: The other members seem to understand that Jil'nor is pretty useless in general and his Weak, but Skilled abilities don't cut it on large-scale battles.
  • Ironic Nickname: Speedy calls him "ace", despite him being the lowest ranking member in the gang.
  • Psychic Power: Power-wise, he was quite weak and is almost defeated by BEN alone. What kept him alive was his Time Freeze Technique. He also almost killed BEN with his telekinesis power.
  • The Smart Guy: Uses psychic powers to beat enemies.
  • Time Stands Still: But as long as he can hold his breath.
  • Warm-Up Boss: The Elite like to make him go first against opponents in order to have the enemy underestimate them and believe they are as weak as him.


The most flamboyant member of the Elite, seen striking poses more often in battle than the others themselves, and generally behaving in a deceptively goofy manner. That being said, he's still a large, muscular being who gives foes a hard time. He's also a very well-known professional wrestler hailing from the U.W.E (Universal Wrestling Entertainment).
  • The Alcoholic: He loves to get drunk and attend parties.
  • The Big Guy: Unless you count Cronos.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: All the way.
  • Breath Weapon: He can blow healing mists out of his mouth.
  • Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu?: Toog literally gives Zalgo the finger when he hears that his power is weaker than his. Granted, Toog truly didn't know he was giving the bird to someone almost three times stronger than him, but it still counts.
  • Do Not Taunt Cthulhu: Toog taunts and demeans both Zalgo and Malitch in their separate fights. In both instances, Zalgo electrocutes Toog into unconsciousness and Malitch one-shots him when he's charging up his ultimate attack.
  • Dumb Muscle: Mostly averted. Despite speaking in Third-Person Person, Toog is displayed as having average intelligence.
  • Face: A rebel type: Trash Talk the other wrestlers and the crowd cheers him for it.
  • Flipping the Bird: Does this to Zalgo when he though Zalgo was weaker than him.
  • Fratbro: He has signs of this. Right down to playing beer-pong with Mr. Widemouth.
  • Jerkass: He rubs it in Jir'nor's face when he gets to face a Hydra, taunts BEN about his backstory, and doesn't hesitate to lay what would have been a fatal beating on the young child.
  • Kick the Dog: Taunting BEN about being dead and then proceeding to beat him up was just plain cruel.
  • Large Ham: Toog takes it way past the line with his Professional Wrestling personality.
  • Made of Iron: He takes a lot of damage of powerful aliens and demi-gods, but simply won't go down.
  • No Indoor Voice: Nearly all of what he says is screamed.
  • The Medic: The healing mist he spews out of his mouth can be used to heal injured teammates.
  • When Trees Attack: He is a giant humanoid tree.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: He is a professional wrestler.
  • Would Hurt a Child: He had no problem beating up BEN provided it gave him more ratings.


The self-proclaimed fasted being in the multiverse.
  • Abusive Parents: Speedy's mother made him do all the chores of his house and slapped him whenever he was late for dinner. This is what drove him to be the "fastest in the universe".
  • Fastest Thing Alive: He claims to be this until Zalgo and Malitch proved him wrong.
    • Although according to Comickit he truly is the fastest thing alive... At playing video games.
  • Fragile Speedster: He's incredibly fast, but all it took to take him out was a well-aimed magical blast from Malitch.
  • Genius Bruiser: He seems to act as the technician for the Elite.
  • Informed Ability: Speedy constantly boasts about being the fastest in the universe, to the extent that he's in disbelief that Malitch is able to outrun him. While his traveling speed appears to be genuinely exceptional, his fighting speed is clearly outmatched by the likes of Zalgo, Cornos, and Malitch.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: Says this verbatim to explain his somewhat flimsy claim of being "the fastest in the universe", because, without it, he's just "that orange guy in spandex."
  • The Lancer: Reports directly to Hera.
  • Meaningful Name: Although he's far from the fastest in the universe, he's still very fast.
  • Motor Mouth: He talks quite a lot.
  • Not in the Face!: Gets repeatedly punched in the face by Malitch.
  • Super Speed: While all of the other Elite members have great fighting speed, Speedy's speed is his signature trait. He brags about being the fastest in the universe. To wit, he travels to another planet in under 2 seconds. He did it so quickly that he was back before the other members even turned around. But then he meets Zalgo and Malitch. That being said, while Speedy's fighting speed is only average for his level of power, his traveling speed appears genuinely exceptional.


The Ace of the Elite, Cronos is the strongest member of Aton's Elite, even stronger than the Elite's leader, Hera. He is literally made an entire universe.
  • The Ace: The strongest person not just in the Elite, but also one of the most powerful beings in the universe. According to Aton, if anyone fights him without outside help, they stand no chance against Cronos. Aton isn't exaggerating, either; even Zalgo's Inquisitors can only barely keep up with Cronos, and Cronos still has the obvious advantage. He also defeats and rings out Helmcules, himself The Ace of Universe 6. Not even the combined might of Zalgo's army, all using their max power available, can do much to even hurt him.
  • Achilles' Heel: After examining him through magic, Malitch realizes that Cronos can be hurt by large attacks if he's caught off guard. The problem is that Cronos is rarely caught off guard.
  • All-Powerful Bystander: He usually sits on the sidelines until there is an enemy that is powerful enough to require him to step in.
  • Almighty Janitor: He's just another member of the Elite when it comes to rank. That said, he is stronger than Hera (the leader of the Elite, and a contender for a potential God of Protection).
  • Anti-Hero: He's outwardly (though also stoically) smug and not exactly warm or friendly like many traditional superheroes, yet he's selfless and he focuses entirely on justice. He also seems to get offended when Jeff says he has honor. He also doesn't consider the Elite as friends and treats them like tools, despite them obviously caring about him.
  • Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: He's very assured of his strength and won't mince words about opponents being beneath him or wasting his time. He's even willing to sit back and let his teammates deal with the small-fry.
  • Attack Its Weak Point: Exceptionally powerful magical blasts to the back are capable of hurting him.
  • Badass Baritone: He has a really deep voice.
  • Beware the Quiet Ones: Cronos stays quiet most of the time, and when he does speak, he speaks rather softly (though his voice is very deep), and his sentences are short and to the point. He's also one of the most powerful beings in the multiverse and is even stronger than Hera, a potential God of Protection. He might be stronger than Zalgo and Malitch as well.
  • Challenge Seeker: He will only get serious if there is a potential threat that can challenge him, otherwise he will show no interest and will refuse to fight seriously. He even allows Zalgo's minions to charge their magical blasts to full power just for him to get the challenge. Likewise, in his fight with Zalgo, he allows him to charge his lightning and makes no effort to dodge it, instead, the lightning bounces off of him.
  • Charles Atlas Superpower: It's unknown how or why Cronos is so monstrously powerful, but his strength is implied to be natural, being a living universe and all.
  • The Comically Serious: Unlike his sworn allies, he doesn't really take part in silly poses, and eating candy and ice cream; at most, he just stands with his arms crossed, not looking at anything. This makes sense because he doesn't even like the Elite. They just formed around him and he uses them when necessary.
  • Cultured Badass: He seems to be highly educated and looks down of the "dregs of the universe".
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Basically, this is Cronos's specialty. It doesn't matter who you are, how strong you are, how many people you have, or whatever attack you can throw at him, Cronos is simply an overwhelming force of nature.
  • Establishing Character Moment: The very first thing he does is rise from the ground and implode Zalgo's minions using his mind alone.
  • Fatal Flaw: His pride and arrogance.
  • Genius Loci: He is literally made of an entire universe.
  • Good Is Not Nice: Is clearly on the side of good, but he is anything but kind. Being a loner who rarely shows any level of respect for others.
  • Healing Factor: When Zalgo blasts a while in his stomach, the wound appeared to be healing itself even while Cronos while knocked out.
  • Hey, You!: He almost never refers to anyone by their names, usually calling them by their status or occupations.
  • Hope Crusher: His fighting style in a nutshell; let the enemy attack with their full power to no effect, then beat them down when they're demoralized afterward to show the massive gap in power.
  • Invincible Hero: Or "Invincible Hero Antagonist" in this case, as Cronos can take on the likes of Zalgo and Malitch in his first few fights... until he's later revealed to be Not So Invincible After All.
  • I Work Alone: He insists on fighting alone and away from his team.
  • Jerkass: Just because he's a member of the Elite doesn't mean he believes in comradery: he's an Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy and a Social Darwinist who is not above mocking Hera or using his fellow troops as pawns for the sake of attaining more power.
  • The Juggernaut: The consistency in Cronos' fighting is that he's a nigh-unstoppable force of nature.
  • Kick the Dog:
    • He calls BEN pathetic for losing to Jil'Nor.
    • He mocks the Proxies for being weaklings after Jeff fails to save Eyeless Jack. He also callously brushes off the death itself as "ridiculous".
  • Lightning Bruiser: Displays great speed on numerous occasions despite his beefy size, being capable of punching so fast that it can't be seen, but as spoken by Aton, his punches are very heavy. To round it all out, it takes Malitch just to move Cronos and Zalgo to hurt him.
  • Nerves of Steel: Openly challenging Zalgo to a fight, most certainly.
  • Mind over Matter: Cronos has incredibly powerful telekinesis. Case in point, he was able to dismantle an entire planet and then rebuild it into two different planets.
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: Nothing save for Zalgo's most powerful attack has any known effect on Cronos, if anything even makes it past his force field he shrugs off attacks without batting an eye.
  • No-Sell: He takes powerful magical attacks from gods like their nothing.
    Zalgo: [after his lightning attack failed to stagger Cronos] How peculiar.
    Toog: [shouting from underneath a pile of rubble] Dumbass! The only thing Cronos sells is merchandise!!
  • Not Bad: He takes time to acknowledge Malitch's magic as not half bad before blasting him.
  • Not So Invincible After All: While Cronos is an absolute monster when it comes to power and has more than enough skill to use it effectively, it has been shown that he isn't unbeatable, just really, really, really, REALLY hard to beat.
    • Maltich managed to travel several thousand times the speed of light and actually managed to land a blow on Cronos's mid-section, sending him flying through the roof of the Elite's home.
    • His biggest moment is when he lets Zalgo achieve full power against him. He's shocked when Zalgo dodges the punch that should have ringed him out, gets visibly frustrated when Zalgo keeps dodging his attacks and ultimately doubles over in pain when Zalgo blasts a hole in his stomach.
  • One-Man Army: Eradicated a large portion of Zalgo's military.
  • Perpetual Frowner: Is almost never show smiling, always standing with a sour glare on his face.
  • Pet the Dog: Despite his uncaring and selfish attitude when it comes to his comrades when Toog is caught and is about to get his ears cut off by Zalgo, Cronos steps in and saves Toog from physical torture even though he could have just left him to his brutal fate owing to his distrustful attitude.
  • Physical God: According to Aton, Cronos is the strongest being in the multiverse outside of Aton himself. If Hera is a potential God of Protection and able to hold out against Zalgo for a few minutes, Cronos is definitely this. Aton also makes it clear his reputation is well-earned when he stops a rampaging Cosmic Hydra easily, who had previously manhandled an entire alien task force. When Zalgo fires Force Lightning at Cronos, the lightning bounces off Cronus with little reaction.
  • The Quiet One: Cronos does not speak much compared to everyone else. When he does speak, he talks rather softly (though his voice is very deep). His sentences are also usually short and concise.
  • Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: Cronos can punch people as fast as over a million times the speed of light. He can do this normally as basic punches, but, with one of his moves, shows that he is capable of doing this so fast, his opponent can't even see it coming, and no one who witnesses it has any idea of what just happened.
  • Red Baron: "Cronos the Living Universe".
  • Sizeshifter: He can grow to gargantuan proportions, but prefers an average human height.
  • Smug Super: A far more restrained version than most examples, but it's there. After eliminating Zalgo's army, Cronos decides to hang back and meditates, feeling that there's no one else worth fighting and confident that no one will dare attack him in this state.
  • The Social Darwinist: A complex example. He is a superhero, and he believes "strength" is justice, and his attitude toward weaklings is that they should be ignored. Hera states that, despite this attitude, the Elite and himself were drawn by Cronos's thirst for strength and solitude. That's why he didn't help his comrades when they were having problems with fighting Malitch, and called Jeff and BEN "pathetic" for being weak in strength. At the same time, however, this appears to be deconstructed, as, during the fight with Zalgo, he stated he wants to find "something beyond strength", implying he feels empty about this point of view.
  • The Stoic: He's extremely serious and straightforward, and rarely responds to anything going on around him with much more than a glare. His response to Zalgo unleashing his full power as a God of Evil and destroying a planet just by powering up is to simply glance over and muse that Zalgo finally got serious.
  • Super Speed: He moves with such speed that Malitch can't perceive his movements. Cronos doesn't even leave behind the standard 'blur effect' when someone teleports; one moment he's there in front, back turned, and the next he's behind the opponent. His fight with Malitch shows that he can move so insanely fast that he's outright immune to the freezing of time itself.
  • World's Strongest Man: According to Aton, he's this to the entire multiverse. Hera even says even if she fails, Cronos would win. Even moreso, he's easily able to fight evenly with Zalgo. Hell, he might be the second strongest character in the entire series. He's certainly by far the strongest member of the Elite.
  • Worf Effect: As badass as he is, he is sometimes a measuring stick to show how badass other villains are.
  • Your Size May Vary: He constantly switches between being 9, 12, and 15 feet tall.


The captain of the Elite and potential candidate for the Goddess of Protection. Her strength is second only to Cronos and he has an enchanted sword capable of killing gods.
  • Absurdly Sharp Blade: Her sword is capable of cutting demi-gods clean in half.
  • The Ace: Although not the strongest in the Elite, she is still a future God and has the technique to handle opponents stronger than herself.
  • Action Heroine: There's a reason she's the leader of the Aton's Elite.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: Hera is more than twice as strong as half the beings in the universe and is able to hide her power, surprising Zalgo. Even after finding out Zalgo was way stronger than her, she grins and continues the fight even when outmatched.
  • Badass Adorable: She's a beautiful, bright, sincere and kind-hearted ray of sunshine who bathes the warm light of idealism and hope on a dark and bloody universe.
  • Berserk Button: She's from Space Australia, not Space New Zealand.
  • Blood Knight: She sports a Grin of Audacity during a fight with Zalgo, clearly enjoying fighting something more powerful than her.
  • Bully Hunter: Hera sets out to make the universe a better place because she cannot abide innocents suffering in a total war she believes is entirely the work of Zalgo.
  • The Captain: Of the Elite.
  • The Chick: Hera has the strength of a superhero, but at the same time, she's loving, naive, and has a lot of emotional intelligence.
  • Cool Sword: One that's easily capable of slicing gods apart.
  • Determinator: When she starts a fight, she will finish it. And if she can't, she'll go down a warrior.
  • Expy: A clear parody of Wonder Woman.
  • Good Feels Good: Zalgo offers Hera a chance at joining his ranks, but Hera shoots it down, stating outright that saving people and stopping magical beasts made her happy.
  • Hypercompetent Sidekick: To Aton.
  • A Mother to Her Men: She genuinely cares for his teammates (except Jil'nor).
  • Team Mom: Her behavior comes off as this.
    Hera: Alright, gang, it's time for me to head off. Try not to mess up your uniforms and be back by 0500 hours!
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Mother's spaghetti. And Spacey's. It's food in space.
  • Verbal Tic: She tends to say "mate" a lot, to remind you she's from Australia.

    The Time God 
A God that controls time. He enjoys teaching others about the concept and importance of time, and he does this rather forcefully.
  • Animate Inanimate Object: He's a clock, but still suddenly sprouts legs and arms to sing and dance about the nature of time.
  • Berserk Button: Don't you ever dare suggest time is a concept of human perception or he'll make you prematurely age and bleed due to speeding up time rapidly.
  • Killed Off for Real: By Zalgo in "Legends of the Multiverse"
  • Prisiocisn F Strike: "IT'S TIME FOR YOU TO FUCKING DIIIIEEE!!"
  • Time Master: Duh.
  • Verbal Tic: He tends to say the word "time" at almost any given second.

     Barney the Dinosaur 

Barney the Dinosaur
"Hi, there!"


    Santa Claus 

Santa Claus

Santa Claus, also known as Saint Nicholas, Kris Kringle, Father Christmas, or simply Santa, is a legendary figure originating in Western Christian culture who is said to bring gifts to the homes of well-behaved ("good" or "nice") children on Christmas Eve (24 December) and the early morning hours of Christmas Day (25 December).
  • Acrofatic: Is fast enough to dodge lightning, poison darts, and flaming arrows. He can also move at lightspeed.
  • Badass Santa: Santa Claus regularly breaks through the formidable defenses of the Polluted Wasteland the Pit in order to deliver to its ruler, the God of Evil Zalgo, a lump of coal for being naughty. It's implied he does this every year. And then he escapes to do it again next year. And what makes this especially badass is that the Santa who does this is just the traditional jolly, friendly old man version. Knowing Zalgo, that coal was very well deserved.
    Zalgo: Don't let him leave here alive.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Very nice and upbeat, but a formidable foe that not even Zalgo has managed to kill.
  • Big Eater: He won the Multiversal Eating Contest held by Aton.
  • Charles Atlas Superpower: His adventurous lifestyle had made him much tougher than the average human; he recovers fast from injuries, and when he can't escape a death trap by skill, he can do it by sheer strength and determination (and a little bit of magic).
  • Cool Old Guy: It's fucking Santa Claus.
  • Determinator: Despite the Pit constantly advancing in defenses and weaponry, Santa manages to personally give Lord Zalgo a lump of coal every year.
    Santa Claus: [arrives in Zalgo's throne room after going through a Death Course] You're making it harder for me get in each year, I'll give you that! But we each have our duties to perform, young fella... And I must go about mine.
  • Escape Artist: He drops by the Pit every Christmas to give Zalgo a lump of coal, no matter how much Zalgo beefs up security.
  • Friend to All Children: As usual with Santa Claus.
  • Nerves of Steel: Never loses his jolly attitude even in the face of Zalgo.
  • Nice Hat: His iconic Santa hat.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Is old enough to refer to Zalgo as a "young fella".
  • Santa Claus: As if you hadn't guessed already.
  • Super Speed: He is capable of interstellar travel well beyond the speed of light.
  • Thou Shalt Not Kill: Santa doesn't kill the guards Zalgo sends to stop him, only injures them.


Desdemona "Mona" Elizabeth III

Oliver's love and girlfriend.
  • Affectionate Nickname: Her real name is "Desdemona".
  • Fingerless Gloves: She wore black, lace, fingerless gloves.
  • Forgotten Fallen Friend: Due to losing his memory from being isolated, Mr. Widemouth forgets all about her. Even when he found out he had a love interest he only says "Wow, I had a girl? Hot stuff!"
  • Killed Offscreen: She was either killed by Zalgo or any of his minions after Oliver was cursed and imprisoned, or managed to escape but died of old age.
  • The Lost Lenore: For Oliver. She was killed when Zalgo and his men invaded her planet, massacring everyone in their path. After billions of years in isolation, Oliver (now Mr. Widemouth) loses his memory and never tries to find love again.
  • Nice Girl: She was a very sweet person.
  • Nice Hat: She wore a hat filled with flowers.
  • Single Woman Seeks Good Man: Mona instantly liked Oliver because of their connection, but didn't want to be with anyone who gets into fights.
  • Uncertain Doom: We never see her again after Oliver sets off to stop the Pit from invading their world. It's possible she either was killed when Zalgo attacked Oliver's kingdom or she managed to escape before dying on old age.
  • Walking Spoiler: Due to having huge ties with Oliver (AKA Mr. Widemouth).

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