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     The Sushi Pack 

The eponymous pack of the show.

Tropes associated with the whole pack:

  • Achilles' Heel: Their only weakness is heat. In Wasabi's case, it is extreme cold temperatures.
  • Aren't You Forgetting Someone?: In "Sushis of a Certain Stature", the Pack think that Wharf City is putting up a statue of them, It is actually for Kato Platypus, who was active many years prior to the Pack's existence.
  • Color-Coded Characters: Tako is blue, Maguro is purple, Ikura is orange, Kani is pink, and Wasabi is yellow.
  • Easy Impersonation: In "The Wrong Sushi", Four members of the pack (minus Ikura) are convicted of a crime that they didn't do; the presented video evidence showing was actually the Legion of Low tide painted in a way to look like the pack.
  • Every Episode Ending: Every episode ends with the Pack jumping into the air and shouting "Sushi Pack!"
    • Only exception to this trope is the episode "Lights on, Lights Off", when all of them, including Unagi, who had helped them save the day, shouted "Go Planet Earth!"
  • Five-Man Band: There are two members who qualify as The Smart Guy: Kani, the Genius Bruiser, and Tako, who occasionally puts himself in a 'thinking state'.
  • Repeating so the Audience Can Hear: Used a few times by the Pack to translate Wasabi's dialogue for the viewers.


Voiced by: DJ Rick Adams.
A cyan octopus. The 'unofficial' leader of the pack, who has the ability to spray ink from his six tentacles. He'd rather use his power to be a world-renowned artist than to fight villains.


Voiced by: Tara Strong
A purple tuna. She possesses psychic abilities, such as telekinesis, mind control, and levitation.

  • And I'm the Queen of Sheba: Has this in "Sweet Tooth" While spying on Sugar Jimmy alongside Tako (who doesn't see the fact that she is being sarcastic), The main antagonist claims in a way that his chocolate bars lack in nutritional value:
    Sugar Jimmy: Most snack foods are manufactured by smoke-belching factories, but Sugar Jimmy Golden Gobble Globble Bars are handmade by magical leprechauns, as they dance on a beautiful rainbow.
    Maguro: Oh yes. And chocolate is made by tiny gnomes inside of hollow rocks.
    (Kani snickers at this, and Maguro has a sweatdrop appear on the side of her head.)
  • Barrier Warrior: She can use her psychic powers in this way.
  • Care-Bear Stare:She can use her telepathic powers to share zen thoughts when an antagonist needs to calm down (as used in "Satellightning"). She uses it on her own teammates to make them follow a course of action they didn't approve of (in "The Sign of the Tuna").
  • Graceful Ladies Like Purple: Not like she has a choice, but she has purple skin.
  • Levitating Lotus Position: She is seen doing this usually every episode. Her humming most of the time helps this trope in a way.
  • Off-Model: Some animation errors have her rather mixed-up. Watch "Satellightning" or "Go with the Glow" for some examples.
  • Only Sane Woman: Well, when you work with these sushis...
  • Out-of-Character Moment: Though she is usually 'in tune with her inner tuna', she can actually lash out some of her temper. Examples of this are in "But Is It Art?" and "Near Miss", respectively.
    "If I wasn't so in tune with my inner tuna, I'D GO BARRACUDA ON HIM!"
    "I'M NOT A CHARITY CASE! In fact, I can do this myself! That way, Tako will be able to hog all the praise!! STAY OUT OF MY WAY!!" (Runs up a flight of stairs in rage)
  • Tomboyand Girly Girl: To Kani's Tomboy.


Voiced by: Andrew Francis
An orange salmon, who has the ability to shoot salmon roe (Fish eggs) at his enemies.

  • Acquired Situational Narcissism: In "Starring Ikura", when he starts acting for a movie, he becomes a snob.
  • Attackofthe 50 Foot Whatever: Gets this in "A Very Big Deal" when struck by Doctor Naught's enlargement ray.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: He does this a couple times in the series. An example from "In Hot Water":
    Satellightning: Sushi Pack! Sushi Pack! Sushi Pack!
    Maguro: What old movie is that from?
    Ikura: I think it's a cartoon.
    • From "Darkness and Spice":
    Wasabi: (nervous burbling)
    Ikura: What, you're afraid of the headless horseradish? (Camera zooms in on Ikura's face) He comes out at night and eats mustard. Trippy.
  • A Day In The Lime Light: "Starring Ikura", "Poached Salmon", "A Very Big Deal", and "Yam Yackers" (along with Wasabi).
  • Primal Fear: He is afraid of BEARS! (Justified, since he is a salmon)


Voiced by: Chiara Zanni.
A pink crab. Her twin pincher 'pigtails' are her main source of attack, which delivers a powerful pinch to her foes. She can be grumpy at times, particularly when others are 'Making her crabby'.


A Green/yellow piece of wasabi. He is the only member of the pack who cannot speak normally, and has the ability to shoot fireballs.

  • A Day in the Limelight: Has more episodes focusing on him than the rest of the pack: "Wassup Wasabi?", "Sweet Tooth", "Yam Yackers" (along with Ikura), "Give Peas a Chance", and "Darkness and Spice".
  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: Had this with Mayor Martin in "Everybody is Some Body"
  • Kid-Appeal Character: He is the youngest of the pack
  • Nice Hat: Wears a hat during the opening seconds of "Sushi Pack vs. The Fried Food Fighting Force".
  • Playing with Fire: His method of attacking.
  • The Unintelligible: He only speaks 'mustard'.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Wasabi has a fear of the dark in "Darkness and Spice". This is averted in "Star of Light, Star So Bright" as he doesn't appear afraid in the latter episode.

     The Legion of Low Tide 
A group of five who are the Sushi pack's main enemies.

The Titanium Chef

Voiced by: Adam Behr.
A big mean catfish who is the leader of the Legion of Low Tide, and also manages the abandoned Sushi Bar which they reside in.

  • Badass Cape: Wears one of these.
  • Lethal Chef: He cooks up some nasty weaponry from the books of 'Chum-Chop'.
  • Nice Hat: His fish-styled Samurai Helmet.


Voiced by: Vincent Tong.
A fat tuna who isn't very intelligent, and is rather Gullible. Serves as the brawn for the Low Tide.


A yellow electric eel, who mainly uses electric based attacks.

Mochi Macchiato

A ball of Mochi Ice-cream and the Token Female of the Low tide. Though she is candy-coated, she is cold as ice.


A blowfish/pufferfish who can blow up many times as his size.


A black sea urchin, who has the ability to shape-shift into anything.


     Human Characters 


A human friend of the Sushi Pack, who manages the Green Donut, a donut shop where the pack live.

Mayor Hack Martin

The Mayor of Wharf City.

Chief Jenny Flume

The Chief of Wharf City's police force. She usually has something that she does rather than fight crime.

Sophia Tucker

A news reporter for the Wharf City Television News.

     Other Heroes 

Kato Platypus

A Robot Cat/Platypus Hybrid who was active prior to the Pack. Appears in "World's Tastiest Heroes" and "Sushis of a Certain Stature".


The "King of Insects" who only appears in "World's Biggest Heroes" and "Fair Share, For Sure".

Fantastic Fellow


Fantastic Fellow's dog, who only appears in "World's Tastiest Heroes".

  • Dark Horse Victory: He wins the World's Biggest Heroes contest, despite the fact he was a sidekick to a superhero who was competing against three others.

The Prom Princess of Power

     Other Villains 


An extraterrestrial alien who wants to conquer earth.

Sir Darkly

A literal personification of sadness and sorrow. His main goal is to seep the clouds with sadness, and (literally) rain misery down throughout the world.

The Collector


Nicknamed the 'Gulping Gourmet', this villain wants to eat the Sushi Pack.

  • Fat Bastard: Although she is only a villain because she is a foodie and wants to eat the protagonists.
  • Hades Shaded: She has lavender-shaded skin for an unexplained reason
  • Villainous Glutton: She doesn't care that the main protagonists are sentient beings, they are still food to her.
  • Villain Team-Up: In "Yam Yackers" along with the Titanium Chef and Sir Darkley.
  • No Name Given: Her full name is never mentioned in the show.
    • In a colouring book, it is revealed that 'Oleander' is actually her surname; her first name is 'Fatima'. It is unknown if this is true as it was never brought up in the show.

The Fried Food Fighting Force

Only appearing in "Sushi Pack Vs. the Fried Food Fighting Force", which Oleander creates the group to fight the Sushi Pack After finding out that Oleander created the F4 to be eaten along with the Sushi Pack, the two fighting food groups team up and defeat Oleander in that episode. They are never seen in the series outside this episode.


An Anthropomorphic Ox who takes a liking to oxymorons, such as 'Jumbo Shrimp', 'Sweet Sorrow' and 'Even Odds (Which happen to be the name of his favourite T.V. Show in the show's universe)'

  • Big "NO!": Has this in "Near Miss" twice. Both of them last for a good eight seconds.
  • Do Not Call Me "Paul": He doesn't like being called "Oxy Moron'. One of his Jumbo Shrimp Henchmen learned this the hard way.

The Prevaricator

A Master Liar, only debuting in "Where no Truth Lies".

Doctor Naught

An Mad Scientist

Sugar Jimmy

A nine-year-old boy ( who is really a twenty-two-year-old man) who runs a tv show in the episode "Sweet Tooth". he later returns again in "Disappearing Act".

The Hot Squad

A group of hot chili peppers who want to heat up the earth. Only appearing in "Red Hot Chili Planet"

Dr. A. Scientist

An Outlawed researcher who was hired by Oleander to help her steal the Golden Beach Ball of the Incas in 'Fish Tales', by making a special kind of bisque that would alter Oleander's DNA to bypass a laser wall that was guarding the Golden Beach Ball. He only appears in the aforementioned episode.

  • Paper-Thin Disguise: He dons a beard to gather information at the museum about Kani, who he needs the shell DNA of to make the formula Oleander needed.

     Non-human neutral Characters 


Another anthropomorphic Octopus who only appears in "Deep-Sea Diver Dude", who tells Tako that the two of them are cousins, and takes him to meet his family.


An anthropomorphic TV Satellite who "Talks like a T.V. Set". First appears in the self-titled episode, and later in "In Hot Water"


The pack's mecha besides the sushi-craft. Used primarily in "No Clowning around" and "Where no Truth Lies"


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