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This Hanna-Barbera series, produced in 1966 for CBS, started that studio's superhero adventure cycle. South Dakota's own Gary Owens performed the voice of the spacefaring crimefighter, whose belt and wristbands conferred various offensive and defensive powers. Space Ghost's most impressive (and consistent) power, however, was invisibility. His wards, Jan and Jace, and their pet monkey, Blip, also could fly, survive in space and become invisible at will, though they lacked the offensive punch of Space Ghost's power bands. Its companion series was Dinoboy In The Lost Valley, which focused on the adventures of a young 20th century boy, his cave man protector Ugg and their pet dinosaur Bronty, as they tried to survive in a mysterious jungle area.

Space Ghost and his companions had all new adventures in the early 1980s on NBC's Animated Anthology Space Stars, and these were remarkably true to the tone of the original series. In 1994, Cartoon Network gave Space Ghost a 15-minute evening talk show, Space Ghost Coast to Coast; the creators of that show later helped launch [adult swim].

Moltar, one of the show's villains, was also the very first host of Toonami. In fact, Toonami can trace its roots back to Space Ghost, since it was a More Popular Spin-Off of Space Ghost Coast to Coast, which itself was a spinoff of Space Ghost. This show was even a part of Toonami's very early lineup, via the Cartoon Roulette.

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There was even a manga released in 1967 that lasted a single volume.


  • Air-Vent Passageway: Jan and Jace infiltrate an enemy base this way in "The Space Piranhas". Lampshaded when the Big Bad says "As usual, the intruders have taken refuge in the ventilating system."
  • Alternative Foreign Theme Song: The Japanese version has this.
  • Animated Armor: Metallus appears to be one. Blip removes his helmet to reveal no head underneath.
  • Animation Bump: The intro sequence to "Dino Boy".
  • Apocalyptic Log: The classic episode "The Energy Monster" features a posthumous recording by the scientist who created it.
  • Artistic License – Space: "The Heat Thing" shows Jupiter as having a solid surface with a normal atmosphere instead being a gas giant.
  • Aside Comment
    • "The Cyclopeds". At the end of the episode, Cyclo runs into his own Maze of Terror.
      Space Ghost: He forgot his own creation, the Cyclo Terror, was in there. Things have a strange way of evening up, [looks at the camera] especially for poor misguided creatures like Cyclo.
    • "Space Sargasso". After Blip retrieves Space Ghost's power bands and returns them to him, Jace says (while facing the camera), "Space Ghost has his power bands again!"
    • The title character, Zorgat, does this in "Ruler of the Rock Robots".
      Zorgat: They have seen the empty cruiser. <turns his head to face the camera> Step two of my plan is working.
  • Aside Glance
    • Blip the monkey gives the audience one at the end of the episodes "The Drone", "Glasstor" and "The Sorcerer".
    • In "The Lizard Slavers", while Jace is telling Jan about the title creatures one of them turns its head and smiles at the camera as if it's pleased that Jan is talking about it.
  • Attack Reflector
    • In a bumper (short piece of animation between episodes), a spaceship fires at Space Ghost and he uses an energy field around himself that reflects the beam at the ship and causes an explosion and fire.
    • "The Meeting". When Metallus fires an energy pistol at Space Ghost, the hero reflects the beam with his hands and hits a device behind Metallus, causing Metallus' base to explode.
  • Auction of Evil: In the episode "Space Sargasso", Lurker plans to auction Space Ghost off to his enemies.
  • Batman Can Breathe in Space: Space Ghost, Jan, Jace and Blip can all breathe in space with no explanation. So can most of the alien opponents they encounter.
  • Being Watched: Episode "The Web". After the main characters land on the planet Teelus, Jan says that she has a feeling that they're being watched. They are, by the giant humanoid ants that infest the place.
  • Brainwashed: Jan and Jace in "The Sandman" are ordered to capture Space Ghost.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Jace actually falls victim to this twice. He gets this in one of the 1980s episodes, "Devilship", as well as in the aforementioned "Sandman".
  • Captain Space, Defender of Earth!: Played completely straight.
  • Catch Your Death of Cold: Blip at the end of "The Iceman".
  • Cats Are Mean: Brak (an "space cat") that was originally the underhanded and intelligent villain to Space Ghost, this was before his Adaptational Dumbass took place in later adaptations.
  • The Cavalry Arrives Late: Multiple episodes (such as "The Schemer") ended with Space Ghost saying that the defeated villain would be left for the Galactic Patrol (or Space Patrol) to pick up.
  • Clothes Make the Superman: Space Ghost's powerbands are the key to his powers.
  • Comic-Book Adaptation: Received a one shot comic based on the original continuity in 1987 from Comico. In it, a mysterious figure frees Space Ghost's old enemies to help destroy him. Said figure is revealed to be a robotic double of Space Ghost programmed to destroy the original and replace him.
  • Cool Ship: The Phantom Cruiser
  • Crossover: With The Herculoids, Mighty Mightor, Shazzan, and Moby Dick, who appear in the six-part "The Council of Doom" arc. Space Ghost also crosses over with Teen Force.
    • Later, with Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
    • There is some sort of connection between Space Ghost and Dino-Boy; one of the bumpers for the latter show features Space Ghost, Jan, Jace and Blip using the Phantom Cruiser to save Dino Boy and Ugg from "vulture-dactyls". (The shows are connected to the same level of Frankenstein Jr. and the Impossibles.)
    • He also appears in Scooby-Doo! Team-Up.
    • The 2016 comic, Future Quest has him crossing over with Birdman, Johnny Quest and the Herculoids.
  • Damsel in Distress: Jan.
  • Darker and Edgier: Than the normal Hannah-Barbera fare, at least. On-screen deaths of mooks and monsters are common, and several of Space Ghost's arch enemies meet a gruesome demise.
  • Death Trap: "The Final Encounter". After the Council of Doom captures Space Ghost they put him in a tube that leads to the center of their planet. They plan to have an electrode draw all of the planet's cosmic energy up through the shaft, which will destroy Space Ghost.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: Episode "The Time Machine". After Space Ghost defeats him, the 12th Century Viking Tarko invites Space Ghost back to his lodge as his guest.
  • Deployable Cover: Brak's Impregnashield in "The Looters".
  • Disintegrator Ray
    • "The Web". As a man escapes from the lair of the Black Widow, he fires a weapon at a giant Insectoid Alien that reduces it to dust.
    • "Attack of the Saucer Crab". The title device has a weapon that it uses to annihilate a building and destroy the occupant. Jan specifically calls it a "disintegrator ray".
  • Distress Call: At the end of the episode "Clutches of Creature King", Moltar sends a fake distress signal from his planet to lure Space Ghost into a trap.
  • "Everybody Laughs" Ending: The protagonists often do this, usually at Blip's antics.
    • "Ruler of the Rock Robots". Space Ghost, Jan and Jace laugh at Blip for posing on one of the robots and wanting his picture taken.
    • "The Drone". Space Ghost, Jan and Jace laugh at Blip for fooling around with and activating an alien device.
    • "The Energy Monster". Jan and Jace laugh at Blip when he fools around with the heat gun and turns it into an improvised pogo stick.
    • "The Sorcerer". During the episode the Sorcerer turns Jan and Jace into giant versions of the monkey Blip. At the end Jace says "He certainly made monkeys out of us." and Jan agrees with him. Blip takes offense at the insult and Jan apologizes, after which Jan, Jace and Blip all laugh.
    • "The Time Machine". At the end Blip the monkey tries to use the machine to go back 3 million years. Jace says that everyone was living in trees then and Jan suggests Blip was trying to find a girlfriend. Jan and Jace then laugh at Blip.
    • "Transor - The Matter Mover". At the end, Transor gives an Evil Laugh before escaping, and Space Ghost reveals that Transor will be captured by the Galactic Patrol. Jace says, "He who laughs last gets caught" and Jan, Jace and Blip all laugh.
  • Evil Laugh: Almost all of the villains had one.
  • Evil Twin: Space Spectre, a version of Space Ghost from a parallel universe. His colors were inverted as well, but he didn't have Space Ghost's sidekicks.
  • Expo Label
    • "The Space Ark". Inside the title ship there's a control to activate the Force Shield, with a label that says "Force Shield".
    • "Two Faces of Doom". The Force Beam control switch in Brak's ship is labeled "Force Beam".
  • Expy: Space Ghost's costume and resonant fatherly baritone owes a lot to the 1960s Batman, especially the Adam West series airing at the time.
  • Eye Beams
    • "The Space Ark". One of the Creature King's monsters is a giant bat that can fire energy beams from its eyes.
    • "The Jungle Planet". The Big Bad has eye beams that allow him to steal the mind of anyone at whom he fires them.
  • Fed to the Beast: "Clutches of the Creature King". After the title villain captures Space Ghost, he puts him in an arena and forces him to fight all of the Creature King's creatures without his power bands.
  • Force Field: Space Ghost could generate a force field around himself using his Power Bands. It could be used to prevent damage or attack nearby opponents.
  • Freeze Ray
    • Space Ghost fires one from his Power Bands in "Lokar - King of the Killer Locusts" against Lokar's metal-eating locusts. He does it again against a giant ant/spider hybrid Insectoid Alien in "The Web".
    • In "The Heat Thing", Jan and Jace use the Phantom Cruiser's "cold units" ray to seal the title monster into a lava pit.
    • "The Iceman". The title villain has an Ice-Ray Projector that can be used to create a wall of ice between the Ghost Planet and its sun, as well as encasing Space Ghost in ice.
    • "The Meeting". Metallus' Freeze Robots fire beams of cold that cover the Phantom Cruiser in ice.
  • Fungus Humongous: "Hi-Jackers". The planet where the title criminals make their base is covered with giant mushrooms several times larger than a human being.
  • Giant Enemy Crab: "Attack of the Saucer Crab". A flying saucer invades our galaxy and starts destroying buildings and killing people with a Disintegrator Ray. It can deploy 6 legs like a crab's to walk around on and can extend a huge claw to capture opponents.
  • Giant Robot: "The Challenge". Zorak creates a giant robot that has powerful beam weapons and a force field and challenges Space Ghost to fight it.
  • Good Wears White: Space Ghost himself wears a white costume.
  • Hammered into the Ground: "The Challenge". Zorak's Giant Robot, Titanor, smashes Space Ghost into the ground with his fist.
  • Hand Blast: Space Ghost uses his power bands to fire stun rays, heat rays and so on.
  • Harmless Freezing: Episode "The Iceman". Space Ghost is frozen into an ice block by the Iceman's Ice Ray Projector Freeze Ray. After using his Force Field to break out of the ice, he's perfectly fine.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Pretty much everyone in Space Ghost's rogue's gallery is defeated thanks to them either directly falling victim to, or failing to notice a fatal flaw in, their own traps meant for Space Ghost.
  • Human Hammer-Throw: Episode "The Lizard Slavers". While fighting with the title opponents, Space Ghost grabs one of them by the tail, swings him around several times and throws him at a group of them, knocking them down.
  • Incredible Shrinking Man: Used on Space Ghost and friends by "The Evil Collector" and in the 1980s short "Time of the Giants".
  • Insectoid Aliens
    • Zorak was a giant praying mantis. He had unintelligent insect servants called mosquitoids in "Zorak".
    • Lokar was a large locust. He had unintelligent insect servants (giant metal-eating locusts) in "Lokar - King of the Killer Locusts".
    • Giant ant/spider hybrids were minions of the Spider Woman in "The Web".
  • Invisibility: Invisibility is one of Space Ghost's main powers. His sidekicks Jan, Jace and Blip can also use "Inviso Power" (as it's called In-Universe).
  • Irisless Eye Mask Of Mystery: Space Ghost as well as Jan and Jace wear masks that have this effect. Though Space Ghost was never shown unmasked on-screen, artwork by Alex Toth shows what he looked like without his cowl.
  • Jet Pack
    • Jan, Jace and Blip use them to fly through space. In the episode "The Drone", Space Ghost calls them "rocket packs".
    • In "Brago", a young boy uses one to go for help against the title bandit.
    • At the beginning of "The Web", a man uses one to escape the lair of the Black Widow.
  • Knockout Gas: In the episode "The Looters", Brak uses a sleep gas missile on a ship.
  • Legion of Doom: The Council of Doom
  • Let's Split Up, Gang!: Episode "The Sandman". A number of people (including two French Foreign Legion members) have mysteriously disappeared in the same area. When Space Ghost, Jan, Jace and Blip arrive, Space Ghost tells the others to "spread out". This leads to Jan, Jace and Blip being captured by the enemy.
  • The Load: Jan and Jace seem to provide nothing to the overall plot of each episode. All they do is constantly get captured while their pet monkey proves to be more useful.
  • Luckily, My Powers Will Protect Me
  • Mega-Maw Maneuver: Episode "Revenge of the Spider Woman". The title villain sends a shark-shaped submarine to capture Jan and Jace. As they are jet skiing on the ocean, the submarine surfaces, opens its bow like a mouth and swallows them.
  • Metamorphosis Monster: In one 1980s episode, Jan and Jace adopt a cute little creature called a starfly, unaware that it's the larval form of a giant glowing Kaiju called a star beast. It grows up fast and seems threatening, but in the end, it remembers Jan and Jace and refuses to hurt them.
  • Moth Menace: "The Sorcerer". The title villain sends a giant Quadro Moth to capture Space Ghost. It has Eye Beams that neutralize Space Ghost's Invisibility power and it can shoot a long tentacle out of its head to wrap up an opponent.
  • Multi-Part Episode: The "Council of Doom" episodes.
  • My Brain Is Big: The Creature King
  • Never Found the Body: In the episodes in which they originally appeared, most of the major villains (Brak, Creature King, Metallus, Moltar, Spider Woman, Zorak etc.) suffered defeats in which they might have died but no body was found. Space Ghost even lampshades this: when Jan or Jace asks him if a villain survived or might return, he admits that they could have survived or that they might see that villain again.
  • New Powers as the Plot Demands: Space Ghost tended to use a small set of powers to solve most problems, but sometimes he'd pull some completely new kind of ray out of his power bands just to deal with this week's menace.
  • No Ontological Inertia: "The Sorcerer". The title villain changes Jan and Jace into giant versions of Blip (the Team Pet monkey) using the powers of his magical wand. When Jace grabs the wand away from him and breaks it, the spell is broken too, and Jan and Jace turn back to normal.
  • Now Do It Again, Backwards: In "Clutches of the Creature King", Space Ghost is sent back to the prehistoric time of the Mighty Mightor by a time warp. He has to reverse the process by which the time warp was created to return to his own time.
  • Our Gargoyles Rock: "The Gargoyloids".
  • Plant Aliens
    • "The Gargoyloids". The title monsters control ambulatory plant life, which they use to entwine and capture Space Ghost, Jan, Jace and Blip.
    • "Two Faces of Doom". Spider Woman uses seeds to create "giant spider plants", intending for them to kill Space Ghost and his sidekicks.
  • Pronoun Trouble: Jan and Jace must have been allergic to the word "he" when referring to Space Ghost.
  • Recycled Animation: The shot of deep space from the first few seconds of the show's opening are taken directly from the first few seconds of The Jetsons' opening, though the shot cuts off sooner in Space Ghost (so it never gets to Earth).
  • Replaced with Replica: While Space Ghost bravely battles Zorak's Giant Mech, his attacks are No-Sell. Blip the monkey discovers Space Ghost's true power bands in Zorak's lair; Zorak's minions had secretly switched them with underpowered replicas before the challenge was issued.
  • Science Fiction
  • Seize Them!
    • "Revenge of the Spider Woman''. After Space Ghost breaks out of the cell he's in, Spider Woman orders her guards to seize Jan and Jace.
    • "Homing Device". After Metallus' robots discover the Tracking Device on Blip's collar, Metallus orders them to seize him.
  • Self-Destruct Mechanism
    • "The Drone". At the end of the episode, after the title robot is captured it blows itself up with (as Space Ghost put it) a "destruct mechanism".
    • "Homing Device". Before leaving Metallus' headquarters, Space Ghost activates the HQ's destruct mechanism, causing it to blow up.
  • Shrink Ray: Episode "The Evil Collector". The title villain uses a "minibeam" on Space Ghost, Jan and Jace to reduce them to six inches high.
  • Single-Biome Planet: The episode "Jungle Planet" takes place on one. It's covered with the standard trees, hanging lianas, thick undergrowth and so on.
  • Strapped to a Bomb: The episode "Zorak". The title villain ties Jan and Jace to the seats of his Flying Time Bomb (a spaceship with a Time Bomb inside) and sends it away. Space Ghost rescues them Just in Time.
  • Superhero
  • Superheroes in Space: He was a superhero who fought crime in outer space and had a group of teen sidekicks.
  • Super-Strength: Space Ghost demonstrates this in at least two episodes, without benefit of his devices.
  • Super Wrist-Gadget: Space Ghost's power bands.
  • Tae Kwon Door: Episode "The Web". Black Widow forces Space Ghost to fight a monster in an arena without his power bands. When Space Ghost gets his power bands back and can put up a fight, Black Widow calls for her guards to attack him. As they run through a door into the arena, Jace pulls a lever that causes the door to slam down on them and prevent them from entering.
  • Tap on the Head
    • In "The Space Piranhas", Pirhanor takes out Space Ghost with a wrench to the back of the head.
    • "Space Sargasso". Jace knocks out the pirate One Eye with a wrench.
    • "The Time Machine". Tarko the 12th Century Viking hits Jace over the head with a shield and renders him unconscious.
  • Team Pet: Space Ghost, Jan and Jace had a highly intelligent monkey named Blip as their mascot. Blip would regularly help defeat the villains by pulling tricks on them and distracting them. He also sometimes messed up in an amusing manner at the end of an episode.
  • Tempting Fate
    • "Brago". As a boy leaves an escape tunnel:
      Boy: So far so good. There's no one around. I'm in luck!
      (the barrel of a blaster rifle appears from off-screen pointing at him)
    • "The Looters". As a pirate ship approaches a ship carrying a cargo of gold:
      Pilot 1: Don't worry! Nothing can penetrate our craft's armor!
      Brak: Fire sleep missile! (missile is fired and hits)
      Pilot 2: It's sleeping gas!
      (both pilots start choking and fall unconscious)
    • "Hi-Jackers". The Big Bad Tansit is pursuing and firing at Jan, Jace and Blip.
    Tansit: [Evil Laugh] I have you now! [energy blasts start hitting all around him] What's that?
    Space Ghost: [Appears. The energy blasts are coming from his power bands]
    • "Two Faces of Doom". Jan, Jace and Blip are in the Spider Queen's arena. They fly to the top of the arena's wall and Jace says "We should be safe up here." A moment later some giant plants in the arena send out tentacles that wrap them up.
  • Threatening Shark: "Revenge of the Spider Woman''. One of the title villain's monsters is a three-headed Hydro Shark that tries to eat Space Ghost. Unfortunately, Space Ghost's Hammer Ray fails to stop it.
  • Timmy in a Well: Blip.
  • Tracking Device: "Homing Device". Before the episode starts, Jace puts the title device on Blip's collar so he and Jan can always find him. Blip stows away on the Phantom Cruiser when Space Ghost goes to surrender to Metallus, allowing Jan and Jace to follow them.
  • Translator Microbes: Not just the aliens, but several time travel episodes as well.
  • Trick-and-Follow Ploy: Episode "Space Birds". When Space Ghost is attacked by one of the title robot birds, he frightens it with his energy beams in the hope that it will flee and lead him to whoever is responsible for the birds. The trick works - the bird leads him to the enemy base.
  • A Villain Named "Z__rg": Space Ghost's arch-nemesis Zorak.
  • Villain Team-Up:
    • The Council of Doom, an alliance formed by Black Widow that included Metallus, the Creature King, Zorak, Moltar, and Brak when Black Widow realized the villains were failing to defeat Space Ghost individually.
    • The main plot of the 1987 comic was a new villain who was a robotic double of Space Ghost made by Rob Corp freeing numerous enemies of Space Ghost, specifically Zorak, Brak, the Creature King, and Metallus, to help destroy him.
  • Wait Here:
    • Episode "The Web". When the protagonists arrive on the planet Teelus, Space Ghost tells Jan, Jace and Blip to stay in their ship, the Phantom Cruiser. When Space Ghost is captured by the Black Widow, they must disobey his instructions in order to rescue him.
    • Episode "The Schemer". While Space Ghost and the Team Pet Blip are in the Phantom Cruiser, Space Ghost receives a message from Jan and Jace that they're under attack. Space Ghost puts the Phantom Cruiser on hover so he can go to their rescue and tells Blip that he needs to stay behind. Luckily Blip disobeys him and follows him, allowing him to rescue Space Ghost, Jan and Jace after they get captured.
    • Episode "The Final Encounter''. Before Space Ghost enters the Council of Doom's planet for their final confrontation, he orders Jan and Jace to to stay outside. After they hear explosions inside the planet, Jace decides they should go inside and help Space Ghost.
  • Weapons Breaking Weapons: While battling Moltar's mooks, Space Ghost uses the heat ray setting on his power bands to melt the barrels of the mooks' laser rifles.
  • We Will Meet Again: In "The Web", Black Widow uses that exact phrase to Space Ghost after he defeats her champion and she has to flee.

Mini-series (DC Comics)

  • Adaptational Villainy: Zorak is nothing like he was in Coast To Coast, and is far worse than even his original villain portrayal, being an Omnicidal Maniac who wants to devour all life in the universe apart from his own race.
  • Aliens Speaking English: Zig-zagged with Zorak and the Zorathians. They don't know English and don't use it, until they link a worm-like translator organism to Temple. Otherwise played straight.
    • Oddly enough Thaddeus' wife Eula is the only other character who seems to have trouble with the language, see below.
  • Darker and Edgier: In spades. Thaddeus' origin was being a space cop who had his wife and child murdered because he intended to expose the corruption of his superiors. Meanwhile, his main villain, Zorak, is reimagined as an Omnicidal Maniac Hive Mind intent on wiping out anything that isn't Zorathian.
  • Death Faked for You: There's a reason why he's called the Space Ghost - because he was thought killed and left to die by his fellow Wraiths.
  • Death by Origin Story: Thaddeus's wife, Elua, and their unborn child were killed by Temple and his corrupt peacekeepers.
  • Dirty Cop: The "Wrath" special ops team Thaddeus joins has odd quirks like killing informants and looting their figurative corpses. Not to mention what they did when Thaddeus was about to inform on them.
  • The Dreaded: During the first few issues, rumors about "the Bugs" destroying colonies are laughed off as soon as they're mentioned; of course, it turns out that Zorak is all too real.
    • Thaddeus styles himself as this when he begins his Roaring Rampage of Revenge. Jan and Jace even mention that he's remarkably similar to a scary story parents tell to misbehaving children.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: For all the seriousness of the story at the beginning, Thaddeus is the one and only Space Ghost by the end, complete with devoted sidekicks/children and the traditional behavior one would expect from an iconic superhero of The '60s.
  • Happily Adopted: Jan and Jace lose their parents to the Zorathians. Space Ghost adopts them in the end, after having warmed up to them.
  • Hive Mind: Zorak and his kind, the Zorathians. Also a reason why Zorak keeps coming back from the dead; if "Zorak" is killed, another bug then becomes "Zorak". Another nod to Coast to Coast, where SG frequently blasts him to no permanent effect.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Thaddeus; a nod to Space Ghost Coast to Coast. He starts the series in full Jerkass mode focused only on revenge (to the displeasure of his mentor Salomon) but by the end has warmed up to the two orphans and exudes more traditionally heroic behavior.
  • Last of His Kind: Salomon. By consequence of being a very brilliant engineer monk, his technology was used by his people to kill everyone, and only he was left standing.
  • Mentor: Salomon, the alien living on Ghost Planet who gave Space Ghost his equipment.
  • Mythology Gag: To Space Ghost: Coast to Coast. Including SG's true name to be Thaddeus Bach (à la Thaddeus "Tad" Ghostal); Thaddeus' wife resembled Björk (whom SG interviewed and later married).
  • Origin Story: For Space Ghost, since the original series never gave him a proper one.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Downplayed. Space Ghost originally tried hunting down the members of the squad that killed his family, though even then he refrained from killing them, wanting them scared instead. He eventually becomes more idealistic after realizing that's not what Elua wanted.
  • Shout-Out: The comic book series had numerous shout-outs to Space Ghost Coast to Coast; including Space Ghost's real name being Thaddeus "Tad" Bach.
  • Space Police: Thaddeus was an interplanetary peacekeeper who was promoted to their Elite division, and then promoted again to the Wrath.
  • You No Take Candle: Thaddeus' wife speaks this way, oddly enough. She is apparently not native to his home planet. Meta-wise, this is due to her being based on Björk.


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Space Ghost was an intergalactic crime fighter from the Ghost Planet. He had the ability to be invisible (via his belt), fly, and shoot various rays from the powerbands on his wrists.

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