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Teamo Supremo

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  • Badbutt: The trio battle evil using toys and gadgets made and given by Level 7, instead of actual weaponry (being kids after all), along with their smarts. Nonetheless, they always succeed.
  • By the Power of Grayskull!: The team transforms when Crandall calls out, "Rope me, Brenda!" followed by skipping with Brenda's jump rope.
  • Kid Hero: They are all grade schoolers and they defend their state from the forces of evil.
  • Something Person: Skate Lad (Hector) and Rope Girl (Brenda)
  • Skewed Priorities: Zigzagged. As heroes, they are allowed to be excused from class when needed by Governor Kevin. As kids, they aren't allowed to skip homework.
  • They Fight Crime!: Gimmicky villains, to be specific.
  • ¡Three Amigos!: Crandall, Hector, and Brenda are not only teammates, but they are also shown to be best friends.
  • Transformation Trinket: Brenda's jump rope, which the team uses to transform.
  • Two Guys and a Girl
  • Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World: They're heroes, but also grade schoolers.
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    Crandall / Captain Crandall 
Voiced by: Spencer Breslin
Teamo Supremo's leader

    Hector / Skate Lad 
Voiced by: Alanna Ubach
The Middle of the team who has parents that run a sporting goods store.
  • Battlecry: "Chi-Ka!"
  • Berserk Button: He will burst out in ranting Spanish if you belittle Mexican culture.
  • Braces of Orthodontic Overkill: Downplayed but he has the most noticeable braces of the cast
  • Frame-Up: In one episode, Skate Lad is accused of robbing several people. The victims all describe the sound of his skateboard's wheels when they were robbed by someone very fast. Governor Kevin even had to suspend his super hero actions at the time. It's eventually revealed that it was a new criminal who stole while on roller skates.
  • Gratuitous Spanish
  • Patriotic Fervor: Coming from a Mexican-American boy, strangely enough.
  • Shout-Out: Some of his superhero outfit calls to mind of Evel Kenievel.
  • Token Minority: Hector is the only Mexican member of his team.

    Brenda / Rope Girl 
Voiced by: Alanna Ubach
The Heart of the team and Crandall's puppy love

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Allies

    Governor Kevin 

Governor Kevin

    The Chief 

The Chief

The chief of police and a former US Cold War secret agent.


  • Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: The Chief has his moments, like when Teamo Supremo needs his help and he actually agrees to help them.
  • Battle Cry: Briefly, while acting as "Lawman". "Hoo-Ha!"
  • Blue Is Heroic: His main outfit is blue and is firmly in the side of good.
  • Child Hater: Stated from the pilot episode, "In the Beginning...":
    "The only thing I hate worse than bad guys is meddling kids."
  • Da Chief: Obviously.
  • Fire-Forged Friends: One-Sided, but as the series progresses, he starts to warm towards Teamo Supremo.
  • Good Is Not Nice: Despite being in the side of good, he's not a very friendly person.
  • Grumpy Old Man: He's usually grouchy. He also doesn't seem to tolerate Teamo, especially when they're taking the police matters into their own hands.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's mostly a jerk towards Teamo Supremo, but he's willing help them time from time.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: As the series progresses the Chief tolerates Teamo Supremo more and actually starts to appreciate their help, he also warms towards them.

    Jean 

Jean

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Voiced by: Rachel Crane

Crandall's older teenage sister.


  • Cool Big Sis: Towards Crandall. She often provides useful information and advice to him and his teammates for their situations, serves as a Secret Keeper, and has huge career plans.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Jean has long golden hair and is generally friendly.
  • Mad Libs Catchphrase: "I have to know this stuff if I'm going to be a [insert occupation here] someday." See Running Gag below.
  • Nice Girl: Jean is a kind, easygoing individual who's always willing to help Crandall and his teammates when they're having trouble defeating the Monster of the Week.
  • Running Gag: She always has the best advice that help her brother's team fight villains, stating that she has to know what she learned for a career she's interested in. Funny enough, said career is different in each episode.
    • Lampshaded in the episode where Brenda is bothered by her heights
    Brenda: But I really want to be everything. Just like Jean.

    Mr. Paulson 

Mr. Paulson

The head scientist working for Governor Kevin who provides Temo Supremo their equipment.
  • Dating Catwoman: Unknowingly. Lily Poplix, his girlfriend at the time, is revealed to be Poly Pixil, "Electronica", in disguise.
  • Fatal Flaw: Being too trusting. He gave his former assistant Crawford a second chance after he served his sentence after his villainous role as "The Gauntlet", only for Crawford to betray Paulson and steal the Mega Gauntlets again.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: The inventor of all the team's high tech equipment and a plethora of other gadgets the kids aren't old enough to have access to yet.
  • Gone Horribly Right: The Mega Gauntlets, which Mr. Paulson considers his one greatest mistake for creating something too powerful to be safely used.
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    Samantha 

Samantha

Mr. Paulson's research assistant.
  • Don't Think, Feel: A lesson she learns when Mr. Paulson was unable to work on the Team's equipment for repairs. He advises her to ignore his notes (which were for the prototypes) and instead follow her instincts to do the job.
  • Number Two: Paulson's right-hand woman.

    Mrs. Woolingantz 
Teamo Supremo's teacher.

Villains

Recurring Villains

    Baron Blitz 

Baron Blitz

    Technor the Mechanized Man 

Technor the Mechanized Man

    The Birthday Bandit 

The Birthday Bandit

Voiced by: Mark Hamill

A clown-themed villain who's MO is to steal birthday gifts.


  • Bavarian Fire Drill: The Birthday Bandit in his first episode appears as a clown at a party. He then ties up the birthday boy and his parents on the pretext of doing a trick, and has his minions steal the presents.
  • Expy: An evil clown voiced by Mark Hamill. Sound familiar to anyone?

    Madame Snake 

Madame Snake

A shapeshifting thief.
  • Capture and Replicate: In her debut episode, she kidnaps Teamo Supremo's schoolteacher and impersonates her to keep the team buried up to their necks in homework so they'd be too busy to stop her crime spree. In her next appearance, she takes the place of Governor Kevin so she can eventually break into Level Seven.
  • Imposter Forgot One Detail: She never counted on Teamo's teacher's low tolerance for skipping homework. The moment she praised them for doing so and prioritizing "her" safety, they spot her right away.
  • Shapeshifting: Her power.
  • Snake People: Her true form is elongated and green like a serpent. Her dress trails off like a snake's tail.
  • Sssssnaketalk: Her primary tell is that she can't keep from hissing on her S sounds.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifter: She can become a near perfect copy of anyone, often disguising herself as someone in Teamo Supremo's life.
  • Would Hurt a Child: She definitely would, as shown when her henchmen sprain Skate Lad's leg and give Rope Girl a lot of splinters in one episode.

    Mr. Large 

Mr. Large

A local crime boss.
  • Loophole Abuse: He always manages to weasel out of jail time by exploiting technicalities.

    Helius Inflato 

Helius Inflato

Owner of a gambling enterprise who seeks to build a casino in the city by any means necessary.

    Laser Pirate 

Laser Pirate

Voiced by: Tim Curry

    The Gauntlet 

The Gauntlet

Voiced by: Wallace Shawn

Mr. Paulson's former assistant Crawford. He stole the Mega Gauntlets, Mr. Paulson's most powerful creations, in a bid to take over.


  • Achilles' Heel: The Mega Gauntlets only have one known weakness, a failsafe that shuts them down when they use too much power.
  • Atrocious Alias: His first attempt at a villain name was "Mr. Glove" which Rope Girl found ridiculous before he tried again with "the Gauntlet".
  • Fatal Flaw: His temper. Crawford can get worked up and angered to the point where he makes some foolish choices. In his first appearance, he got so angry that his powers weren't affecting the Team that he just kept boosting the Mega Gauntlets' power until they shut down in failsafe. In his second appearance Mr. Paulson riles him up until he hands over the Gauntlets to Teamo Supremo so he can fight Paulson himself at his goading.
  • Power Armor: In his third appearance, Crawford built himself an entire suit of armor reported to be more powerful than the Mega Gauntlets.
  • Power Fist: The Mega Gauntlets, metal gloves with electromagnetic power.

    Hypnotheria 

Hypnotheria

A woman with hypnotic powers who seeks to rule over everyone as queen.
  • Hypnotic Eyes: She can hypnotize anyone with her gaze, even herself.
  • Rhymes on a Dime: She hypnotizes the team into craving sweets by speaking in verse.
  • Royal "We": She stylizes herself as royalty, so always speaks in the royal we, though it initially confused Teamo Supremo.

    Dehydro 

Dehydro

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