The MC Bat Commander
- Portrayed by: Christian Jacobs
Bombastic leader of the team. Easily identified by his drawn on mustache and blacked out tooth.
- Arbitrary Skepticism: Fights monsters every day, but laughs at the idea that Eaglebones might have an invisible bird.
- Badass Mustache: Even if it is drawn on with a marker.
- Badass Normal: Has no powers, but still fights robots, aliens, and all manner of evil.
- Bad Boss: Because of incompetence, rather than malice.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Is every bit the goofball he acts like, but has proven his mettle more than once; coordinating the defeat of Space Monster M, single handedly fighting off the Cobra Man, and luring a monster to destroy the Cowboy Android.
- Face of the Band: In real life. Christian Jacobs is usually the one doing interviews, and runs the band's Youtube Vlog.
- It's All About Me: Can be
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Tends to be rather selfish or rude to the others, but usually comes through when they need him.
- Large Ham: Frankly, you couldn't sing his lyrics without being one.
- Portrayed by: Chad Larson
Team big-man and bass player. Able to grow super huge by harnessing his overemotional nature.
- Badass Beard: Eventually grew a big, wild beard. The others think its totally savage.
- Berserk Button: Do not upset children while he is nearby. and definitely don't break Jimmy.
- Big Brother Mentor: Desperately wants one.
- The Big Guy: An odd combo of Type II and IV
- Catchphrase: "Getting EMOTIONAL!
- Cloudcuckoolander: At times.
- Dumb Muscle: Even without using his powers, he's pretty tough. [[spoiler: As the Battle Beast, he clobbers the rest of the band until they slowly beat him down with numbers.
- Emotional Bruiser: Has the emotional stability of a 2 year old, and is the team muscle.
- Friend to All Children: Probably because he still acts like one.
- FaceHeel Turn: After the show was cancelled, he found work as Silver Skull's Battle Beast. In his defence, he didn't want to hurt his friends, just knock them out and sell their shoes online.
- Hidden Depths: Hidden in plain sight. Crash might be a manchild, but he's a damn good bassist.
- Large Ham: In several senses of the term.
- Manchild: Requests bedtime stories, has a very active imagination, believes his dirty socks are lucky, and does not handle stress well.
- Sizeshifter: Grows giant when distressed, Most of the time.
- Unskilled, but Strong: Doesn't seem to have any fighting skills to speak of, but his size changing powers make him the single most powerful member of the team.
- Portrayed by: Ian Fowles
The teams shaggy haired guitarist. Able to shoot lasers from his guitar, and summon his awesome animal friend The Dude.
- Animal Companion: The Dude.
- Animal Motifs: Badass bird in general, it would seem.
- Arch-Enemy: His brother, EEEEAAAGLECLAW!
- Awesome Mc Coolname: Just look at it!
- Cain and Abel: Him and his brother Eagleclaw.
- Chronic Hero Syndrome: Eventually has to learn that you can't help everybody.
- Instrument of Murder: His laser shooting guitar.
- Noble Bird of Prey: The Dude.
- Musical Assassin: How well he plays seems to affect how powerful the lasers are.
- The Southpaw: Plays left handed.
- Transformation Sequence: Sort of. His summoning The Dude gets this.
- Took a Level in Kindness: Starts out with a huge ego, but is humbled when his arrogance almost gets him killed.
Jimmy The Robot
- Portrayed by: James Briggs
Robotic keyboardist and saxophonist, slash brains of the team.
- Do-Anything Robot: From scientific study, to pouring drinks out of his fingers, and of course, playing the keyboard.
- Genius Bruiser: Super strong and super smart'.
- I Just Want to Have Friends: Seems constantly worried that his friends don't really care about him. They do.
- Literal Genie: Does not always get metaphors.
- Nightmare Fetishist: Sometimes reacts to monsters and mutation with intrigue or outright affection.
- Parental Neglect: He chose to be a superhero instead of working on a orchard.
- The Smart Guy: With his super-robot science knowledge.
- "Well Done, Son!" Guy: His father built him to pick apples, but he chose to be a superhero. His father was too arrogant to admit he was proud of him.
- What Measure Is a Non-Human?: Seems to be very insecure about being a robot.
- Portrayed by: Richard Falomir
The teams fitness inclined and Super Speed possessing drummer.
- Ace Pilot: Of the Drum Copter he inexplicably has.
- All Drummers Are Animals: Averted. He's one of the less hammy members of the team.
- Casanova Wannabe: Has a thing for the ladies.
- Forgot About His Powers: The whole band gets this, but Ricky in particular rarely gets a chance to use his powers at all.
- Interspecies Romance: Briefly dated one head of a man eating Siren.
- Neat Freak: Very serious about keeping clean.
- Out of Focus: Compared to the others, Ricky doesn't get a whole lot to do. He gets his share of focus episodes, but his character is the least outlandish of the group, and his speed powers are rarely useful or even used at all.
- Super Speed: His power.
- Portrayed by: Adam Deibert
Royalty, trumpet player, and original member of The Aquabats.
- Flight: One of powers during "The Return of The Aquabats". Along with...
- Royals Who Actually Do Something
Ultra Kyu(The Mysterious Kyu)
- Portrayed by: Charles Gray
Chainsaw the Prince of Karate
- Portrayed by: Courtney Pollock
- Portrayed by: Boyd Terry
The Baron von Tito
- Portrayed by: Travis Barker
- Portrayed by: Matt Van Gundy
- Portrayed by: Rod Arellano
Ben The Brain
- Portrayed by: Ben Bergeson
- Portrayed by: Chad Parkin
- Portrayed by: Gabe Palmer