TA.J. is one of Timmy Turner's two best friends. He is a super genius that excels at his schoolwork, and he secretly keeps a lab inside his bedroom. He and Chester remain friends well into the future. He is one of kid geniuses, investigating what caused the Omega Event.
Aku is the main villain of the cartoon series, Samurai Jack.He is Samurai Jack's arch nemesis. His name means "evil" in Japanese. He is similar to Akuma, the evil demon with burning eyes from Japanese mythology. He was born in a pit of darkness and Corruption that fell from space from a potion that was meant to destroy said pit. He is an extremely powerful demon wizard whose primary ability is shape-shifting like the god of evil Amatsu-Mikaboshi, though he possesses many other powers. He requires no food, water, or air and is capable of interstellar travel. Aku was mentioned by Sensei Jack, when he was fighting Jason Voorhees, reflecting on how his sword couldn't harm Jason, despite the fact it could kill Aku.
Miss Alordayne Grotke is the teacher of the fourth graders at Third Street School. Warm and kind but somewhat eccentric. She is adored by her pupils because she is possibly the only teacher who stands up for the students. She performs magic tricks at clubs as a hobby. Miss Grotke loves to meditate and she has an over bite. Alordayne Grotke was a teacher at Pokey Oaks Elementary School. Recently transferred to Pokey Oaks, from Third Street School, she died when the Omega Event struck Townsville, with the school being the epicenter. She was last seen by Bubbles, as the Monster of the Omega Event, held her skeletal remains in his hand.
Alucard (アーカード Ākādo?, alt. "Arucard") is a fictional character and the protagonist and antihero of the Hellsing manga and anime series created by Kouta Hirano. He is a vampire and is devoted entirely to the current head of the Hellsing family (Integra Hellsing during the timeline of the story) and good friends with Walter. He also feels admiration towards his fledgling, Seras Victoria. Alucard works with the Hellsing Organization against other vampires and evil forces. He fights with ferocity and often extreme cruelty, rarely killing until his target has been disabled and humiliated, while frequently allowing enemies more than one chance to kill him (though he seeks only to be killed by a human, having grown bored of immortality and life). Alucard was mockingly refered to by the Grim Reaper, mentioning seeing how Walter failed to defeat Alucard, Walter would stand no chance against Grim.
Amanda "The Wall" Waller is character from DC Comics. She is a hardline top-ranking U.S. Government agent involved in clandestine operations. Despite her non-threatening physical appearance, she is almost universally feared as one of the most ruthless women in espionage and politics. She created and runs the Suicide Squad, a team of super-villains running missions for the government in exchange for reduced prison sentences; she has also been involved with Agency, Checkmate, the Shadow Fighters, and once led the Secret Six as Mockingbird. In most media in which she appears, she seems to have a distinct rivalry with the Batman. Whenever the two are shown together, they almost are always shown to have a pre-existing relationship of bitterness over their respective methods. At the end of Chapter 5, she recruited Kiva Andru for Taskforce X/The Suicide Squad.
Anck-Su-Namun is the secret lover of Imhotep and the mistress of Pharaoh Seti I. She kills the pharaoh and then herself at the beginning of The Mummy after her affair with Imhotep is exposed, and then waits for Imhotep to resurrect her so they can continue their relationship. Anck-Su-Namun appears only briefly in The Mummy, as she is undead like Imhotep, and she tries to kill Evelyn in order to become fully alive after her soul enters her decayed body. However, Jonathan takes command of the mummies of Seti's bodyguards and has them stab and hack Anck-Su-Namun to death in the climactic fight sequence. The story of her and Imhotep was told to Blossom by Mandark, as he revealed his plans to her.
Arnold Shortman is the main protagonist and title character of the cartoon series, Hey Arnold!. Contrary to popular belief, Arnold does not wear a kilt, but instead dons a plaid shirt that hangs out of his blue sweater and a hat that only covers a small part of his football shaped head. Arnold tends to day dream from time to time. He lives in a boarding house with his grandparents. His last name was revealed to be "Shortman," a name that his grandpa frequently calls him throughout the series. The fate of his parents remains a mystery. He is often seen as the voice of reason in any dispute that comes up, whether it involve his friends or the boarders. He is seen attending the Omega Memorial service. He is the husband of the mayor of Megaville, Helga Pataki.
Avondale Napyeer, often referred to as Herr Doktor is Millennium's top scientist of the fields of physiology and technology, and the genius behind many of their projects. An unstable and eccentric genius, the Doctor dug up the body of Mina Harker, code named "The Shi", from her grave to create a Nazi vampire army out of 1,000 volunteers in the 'Letztes Battalion'. The Doctor also saved the Major's life in the aftermath of Hellsing: The Dawn. He is also the creator of Schrödinger whom he frequently scolds. After the Major died, the Doctor attempted to flee the exploding Hinderburg II to rebuild his research before being confronted by a dying Walter. Vexed by Walter accusing him of being a fraud, the Doctor attempted to detonate the explosive charge in the youth before losing his limbs and hitting the ground while dragging the curtain covering Mina's skeleton. Seeing Mina's skeleton, noting the woman's history and her possessing faint traces of Alucard's being in her bones, Walter notes the Doctor can create imitations before crushing the scientist to death under debris. Avondale was mentioned by Dexter, stating that he would prefer a resurrected Avondale Napyeer as possible kidnapper of Blossom, over the most likely candidate and true kidnapper, Mandark.
Boogie Man is the leader of a group of monsters, who can't stand the sun light. In order to solve this, Boogie Man created a gigantic discoball and placed in the Earth's orbit, so it would block the sun. This attempt to create eternal night was however thwarted by the Powerpuff Girls, who bested Boogie Man and destroyed his discoball. After Pokey Oaks Elementary was decimated by the Monster of the Omega Event, Bubbles thought that the monster was one of Boogie Man's minions, at first glance.
Brother Sebastian Blood was a formitable psychic and expert weapon builder, two qualities that didn't went unnoticed to the H.I.V.E. Academy's Board of Directors, who recruited him. He quickly climbed the hierachical ladder and became the headmaster. As headmaster, he was confronted by the Teen Titans and Cyborg. Unable to control Cyborg, Blood became frustrated and eventually turned himself into a cyborg as well, hoping to rectify this problem. In his thought monologue, Professor Utonium reflected on the reformed Justice League and the fact that Brother was still at large
Bruce Wayne is the heir of the Wayne Imperium, making him the wealthiest man of Gotham City. After his parents were murdered, he continued their mission to make Gotham a safer and better city. Now, he is known as charitable playboy, who uses his companies' assets to improve the world. Little does anyone suspects, that the man is also the illusive Batman Bruce Wayne was one of the several benefactors that made Megaville possible.
Major Force is a nuclear-powered supervillain and evil counterpart to Captain Atom. In the U.S. Air Force he was given a life sentence for rape and murder, but agreed to dangerous genetic experimentation in exchange for a pardon. This was granted by Wade Eiling, who created him as part of Project Atom. Later on he became well-known as an enemy to Green Lantern when he murdered Kyle Rayner's girlfriend Alex DeWitt and stuffed her into a refrigerator. He has been a member of the Injustice League, the Quorum, and S.H.A.D.E.. Major Force Was created by Cary Bates, Greg Weisman and Pat Broderick, first appearing in Captain Atom #12. (1988) Clifford Zmeck was mentioned as one of the possible causes of the Omega Event but this was eventually debunked by Dexter's analysis of skin sample.
Doctor General Bun Bun was imagined by the Powerpuff Girls to defeat the imagery friend, Patches who could only be beaten by other imaginary friends. She was created in the Powerpuff Girls Episode, Imaginary Fiend. She was mentioned by Mandark, as he explained to Blossom how he was able to trick Mac into unknowingly helping him into capturing Blossom.
Diego (a.k.a. Dr. Chipotle Jr.) is an evil 10-year-old mad scientist with a massive robotic metal arm and a cybernetic right eye. When Diego was just 7, he watched El Tigre put his father in jail and swore he'd get back at him some day. He uses strange weapons, such as "Zombie Guacamole", which is another thing he has in common with his father, who once robbed a bank using hot peppers mutated into monsters. The Chipotle Family was mentioned by Dexter, stating that he would prefer the evil family as possible kidnapper of Blossom, over the most likely candidate and true kidnapper, Mandark.
Dr. Chipotle, Sr. is the father of Dr. Chipotle Jr. He was put away when his son was 7 years old by El Tigre and White Pantera. He was one of the villains that Maria Rivera tried to reform. However, he only used it as a cover to dig a tunnel into the Miracle City Mint. He acts and has a voice similar to his son's, he even has a massive robotic metal arm and a cybernetic right eye like his son. Dr. Chipotle Sr. is allergic to churros. He and his son also competed in the Super-Villain Grand Prix and were thrown at the skeleton banditos. It is unknown if he knows Senor Siniestro is Sergio because his son does. The Chipotle Family was mentioned by Dexter, stating that he would prefer the evil family as possible kidnapper of Blossom, over the most likely candidate and true kidnapper, Mandark.
Dr. Chipotle Sr. Sr. is Dr. Chipotle Sr's father and Dr. Chipotle Jr.'s grandfather. He only appeared in Dia de los Padres. Since he really is the first Chipotle, this technially makes Chipotle Sr. Chipotle Jr. and Chipotle Jr. be Chipotle III. The Chipotle Family was mentioned by Dexter, stating that he would prefer the evil family as possible kidnapper of Blossom, over the most likely candidate and true kidnapper, Mandark.
Doctor (Dr.) Locus is the father and creator of Melody, his robot daughter. He debuts in Bradventure and made a cameo in "No Harmony with Melody, and makes his final appearance in Turncoats as the revealed final main antagonist, where he makes an attempt to take control of Dr. Nora Wakeman's inventions. In this episode, he said about his life that "No one ever wanted my inventions; they thought the other inventions was "soo" much better". However, he ended up getting eaten by Dr. Wakeman's garbage disposal (a giant snake-like monster with a set of teeth for a head), leading the doctor to his demise, but he possibly survived. Although he did survive the incident at the garbage disposal, he eventually met his end at the hands of his own daughter, after trying to use her to kill Brad. His soul was judged and he ended up being sent to the Nightosphere.
Edd (aka Double D) is a young inventor, neat freak and one of the main protagonists of the series. The most intelligent of the trio, he is never seen without his head covered in some manner, almost always by his trademark sock-like black ski hat. He also has a significant gap in his teeth, which he sometimes gets things stuck in, to his embarrassment. Because of his moral center and good heart, he is typically more socially accepted by the other inhabitants of the cul-de-sac than Ed and Eddy are. He was appointed by Miss Meryl to be Buttercup's guide and trust person on school.
Eddy wears a gold polo shirt with purple collar/sleeves and vertical lava stripe. He also wears light blue pants like most of the other characters, a wallet chain, and plain red shoes. During the winter he wears a yellow jacket which resembles his usual shirt. Sometimes he wears his other jacket which is yellow and a purple horizontal stripe. He has a "closet of dreams" full of extra clothers, and has worn many different party shirts and other outfits for specific scams. For example: In Rambling Ed, Eddy wore a turban for a scam that was for Jonny and Rolf to summon ghosts and demons. Eddy has the same similar color clothing appearance to Rolf, he also has pink skin which is compared with Kevin's and has blue eyes and a yellow/green tongue. He is one of the students of Megaville. Due to having family problems, he has become a bully. He did however make the mistake of picking a fight with Buttercup.
El Mal Verde Is the largest supervillain of all time. He, although Sartana is the most feared, is the most dangerous bandito. Every superhero, except White Pantera he has encountered, has been devoured by him. He appears in many episodes, but is also defeated in most of them. In his first appearance, "Yellow Pantera", he is presented as virtually indefeatable, but in "The Good, The Bad, and the Tigre", he is easly defeated due to a cavity in his front tooth, an information that Django told El Tigre, making it easier to apply the coup de grace. He is a kaiju and was mentioned to be one of the guinea pigs on which Mandark tested a sleeping gas. According Mandark, this experiment was succesful. It is unknown what happened with El Mal Verde after this.
Fergle O'Reilly is the older brother of Dexter's Mother. He was featured only in Dexter's Laboratory's episode: Magic Moment. Fergle is a magician and former hero of Dexter. Dexter's admiration for Fergle dropped when he discovered that magic were just tricks. He later came to terms with Fergle and started to appreciate the work of Fergle. He was mentioned by Dexter, stating that Dexter did learn some tricks from Fergle O'Reilly, namely how to trick someone.
Gomez is the patriarch of the family as husband and father, though Fester is older Gomez is held in higher regards even by Fester. Gomez is charismatic and outgoing but due his demented nature often causes harm to non-Addamses through what he perceives as friendly gestures such as challenging them to a friendly duel to the death or offering them explosive cigars. Gomez is a lawyer but terrible at his job, though it makes little to no difference thanks to his inherited wealth. Most outsiders use Gomez as their liaison to the family and write him off as just an eccentric billionaire Gomez is mentioned as one of the several benefactors who invested in Megaville.
One of a race of super-intelligent gorillas with mental powers. A Flash rogue, Grodd would face the League on several occasions such as when he led the Secret Society of Super-Villains, JLApe: Gorilla Warfare!, and when he enslaved the minds of the International Ultramarine Corps. Gorilla Grodd was mentioned by Dexter, stating that he would prefer the ape mastermind as possible kidnapper of Blossom, over the most likely candidate and true kidnapper, Mandark.
Harry Pitt is a rather unkempt boy whose appearance is similar to "Pig-Pen" from the Peanuts comics and a classmate to Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup in Pokey Oaks Kindergarten, also one of the major characters of Cootie Gras's storyline.
Harry scared the children because they were afraid of "cooties" which also made the girls getting away from him. However Mojo Jojo saw this and used Harry to scare the PPG to get away form the crime. At the end he kissed Blossom and then the girls all kissed him all over his face. Harry Pitt appeared in a dream of Bubbles. He and many of his peers died during the Omega Event.
Helga Pataki was a bully in Hey Arnold!, mostly picking on the titular character but only because had a crush on the boy. In Powerpuff Girls Ω, she is the mayor of Megaville and is married to Arnold Shortman.
Imhotep is the title character of The Mummy. In 1290 BC, Imhotep was High priest under the rule of Pharaoh Seti I. He began an affair with Pharaoh Seti's mistress, Anck-su-namun, and they murdered the Pharaoh when he discovers it. After doing so, they are discovered and Anck-su-namun commits suicide with the intention of having Imhotep resurrect her. He attempts to do so but is captured at Hamunaptra, and is punished by enduring the Curse of Hom Dai, a ritual that involved mummifying Imhotep alive with his sarcophagus filled with carnivorous scarab beetles. As a result of the curse, Imhotep was made an undead fiend with control over sand, other elements, and according to Evelyn the ten plagues of Egypt (six of which are shown in the film). The story of her and Imhotep was told to Blossom by Mandark, as he revealed his plans to her.
After defeating the Glorft, something snapped in Coop. Battle after battle, he grew obsessed by combat and after a while, he even started to battle allies. Kiva kept following Coop, yet Jamie couldn't live with Coop's cruel act and rebelled against him. This did result in a break-up between him and Kiva. He would spent the following years, in leading a rebellion against his former friends and eventually was able to trap them between dimensions, with the help of an alternative version of Coop. He was shortly mentioned by Evil Coop, when Mandark brought them back.
Jasmine Fenton is Danny's older sister. Viewing herself as the most rational and normal member of the family, Jazz often plays a surrogate parental role to Danny, thinking he is a naive child in need of guidance, unaware that she is often smothering him. Due to her cherished goal of being a psychologist, Jazz has a bad habit of getting into people's personal space. Jazz is the science teacher in Megaville High School and Junior High.
Jimmy is the main protagonist of the show The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius. He is a 10-year-old American boy with a stunning IQ and a love for science. Usually, his intentions cause more harm than benefit for the city of Retroville, but that never stops him from trying. Most of the time, he's busy saving the city from his own experiments gone wrong. Together with Dexter, he designed the elevator system in Omega Memorial Spire. He was later featured on a screen, talking to Dexter.
An agile sorceress with a mastery of hexes brought to rival Raven's magical skills, Jinx is a pink-haired, cat-eyed teen girl that uses a form of black magic to bring about "bad luck"-themed attacks, such as by crumbling the ground beneath opponents or causing structures to collapse around them. She is often portrayed as the leader and battle coordinator of any H.I.V.E.-affiliated group. As the series wears on, Jinx is proven not to be fully evil and gradually displays a number of redeeming traits in her personality; she develops a short-lived crush on Cyborg while he is posing as his alter-ego Stone in the "Deception" episode (and, even after exposed as a spy for the Titans, she laments his decision to abandon their clique at the episode's conclusion), and later becomes enamored with the flirtatious Kid Flash, thereby parting ways with the H.I.V.E. altogether and joining the Teen Titans in their battle with the Brotherhood in the climax of "Titans Together." Jinx' reform was mentioned by Dexter, when he explained the "Test of Worth" asked by Brother Blood.
White Knight was the leader of Providence. He also is the only known nanite-free being on the planet: he almost always stays in his white sterile office, communicating his orders only through two-way screens. He has a Mysophobia-like fear of nanites, he doesn't want to touch or even be near E.V.O.s because he fears they'll infect him with nanites. He was mentioned to be the former head of NASA.
Bumblebee is first seen as a H.I.V.E. student, but is later revealed to have been a spy in the organization working in league with Aqualad. As she reveals in a staged fight with Cyborg, she is unable to fall under Brother Blood's hypnotic influence, commenting "there's not a man alive that can tell me what to do." She later becomes a founding member of Titans East, convincing Cyborg to become the team's leader, when in fact it turns out to be an elaborate trap staged by Blood when she falls back under his control—though she appeared to be the only one of the group able to occasionally slip free. After Blood is defeated, Cyborg steps down from Titans East, making Bumblebee the new leader. Karen's spy mission at Hive Acadamy was mentioned by Dexter, when he explained by the "Test of Worth", asked by Brother Blood.
Lawrence "Larry" 3000 (voiced by Mark Hamill) Originally designed as a diplomat, Larry was put into Time Squad service when the world's nations all joined together in the year one million, an event which turned out to be the worst thing to ever happen to him, second only to being saddled in Tuddrussel's unit. He is the only one capable of operating the time-traveling technology and most of the technology aboard the space station. Larry is also often shown to be grumpy and pessimistic, but it is not uncommon for him to show enthusiasm and joy. He is an expert chef, although Otto is the only one who seems to appreciate his rare delicacies, as Tuddrussel just wants a cheese burger. He is also skilled at needlepoint, computers, cooking, and household chores, though he gets little to no appreciation from Tuddrussel. Although Larry expresses deep disdain for Tuddrussel, deep down he does value his friendship. Larry was mentioned by Otto, as the robot once told him it was better to know, than to guess.
Lex Luthor, Superman's arch-nemesis, is one of the most gifted beings alive, whose hatred of "interfering aliens" pushes him down the path of a sociopath. Known for his "ends justifies the means" approach to life, his single-minded and often brutal focus puts him at odds with The Man of Steel. Lex Luthor is arguably DC Comic's most iconic villain. In the aftermath of the Omega Event, Lex Luthor became the president of the United States. One of his greatest contributions during his time he have been in office, was building Megaville.
A bright, creative, and somewhat shy 8-year-old boy and the creator of Bloo who visits Fosters. He almost always seems to know what to do if there is a problem. Mac is generally good-hearted, intelligent and well-meaning and is often the voice of reason among his friends (especially Bloo) when they are about to make a decision. However, his good nature tends to make him somewhat naive. He is a classmate of the Powerpuff Girls and met Blossom in science class. During this short meeting, he warned Blossom for Dexter, calling him a murderer. He was later revealed to have been manipulated by Mandark.
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (2 October 1869 – 30 January 1948) was the preeminent leader of the Indian independence movement in British-ruled India. Employing nonviolent civil disobedience, Gandhi led India to independence and inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the world. The honorific Mahatma (Sanskrit: "high-souled", "venerable")—applied to him first in 1914 in South Africa,—is now used worldwide Ghandhi was mentioned by Dexter, in a flashback with Dee Dee
Thought to be the equivalent of Satan in the Bible, he is responsible for the creation of Spawn. It is eventually revealed that Malebolgia is one of Hell's many rulers, a being from the "Eighth Circle of Hell" who has been around for 70,000 years or so and was created by another hell ruler from rivers of necroplasm, but later he betrayed his creator, killed him and took over his region of Hell. After assuming control he planned to create an army of Hellspawn with the purpose of war against Heaven and God. Satan himself was only recently revealed in the comics being reincarnated in one of Wanda's twins. It has been noted that Malebolgia was constantly at war with the rulers of the other spheres of Hell, as well as at odds with Mammon. Malebolgia's agents were thought to be responsible for several soul kidnapping, before said souls could board Charon's vessel. Seeing there was no clear proof of his involvement, neither Grim or Charon, can act... officially...
Eddy's Brother Matthew, is mentioned frequently throughout the series, mostly by Eddy, though his name is never revealed. Eddy mentions how his brother taught him much about how to scam, and to be a con artist. He was previously an unseen character, but he finally makes an appearance in the movie Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show. Eddy's brother at first seems to be everything the other kids imagined, but it turns out that all of the folklore surrounding him was made up by Eddy to impress the other kids, and in reality he is a sadistic individual who refers to Eddy as a "pipsqueak" and bullies him mercilessly, which ultimately caused Eddy to become who he is. He works at the "Mondo a-Go Go" amusement park, but his specific job is unknown. Matthew was mentioned by Eddward when he informed the Powerpuff Girls about Eddy's history and the reason why he was a bully. He revealed that Eddy's brother, Matthew was a sadistic bully himself, and that Eddy was his favorite target. Putting extra burden on Eddy, is the fact his parents expect him to be what Matthew couldn't be.
Mitch Mitchelson is probably the best-known boy student at Pokey Oaks Kindergarten, the second being Elmer Sglue. He is portrayed as being selfish, mean, creepy, and, at times, sensitive and weak. Mitch appeared in a dream of Bubbles. He and many of his peers died during the Omega Event.
NOS-4-A2 originates from the cartoon series, Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. He was a robotic energy vampire originally created by the Evil Emperor Zurg to take over Star Command. Over time, he became one of Team Lightyear's main adversaries. After a failed attempt to take over Planet Z, NOS-4-A2 was ultimately defeated and destroyed by Ty Parsec in his wirewolf form. Mandark created an army of Nos-4-2-A robots to help him invade Dexter's lab. They had the ability to draw the energy out of machines by biting it. One unit, X897, was tasked to kill Dexter but the execution was interupted by Dee Dee, who jumped in front of the attack and was killed instead. After this, Mandark decommissioned them.
Green Arrow is a fictional superhero who appears in comic books published by DC Comics. Created by Morton Weisinger and designed by George Papp, he first appeared in More Fun Comics #73 in November 1941. His real name is Oliver Queen, a billionaire businessman and owner of Queen Industries, also a well-known celebrity in his locale of Star City. Sometimes shown dressed like Robin Hood, Green Arrow is an archer who uses his skills to fight crime in his home cities of Star City and Seattle, as well as alongside his fellow superheroes as a member of the Justice League. Though much less frequently used in modern stories, he also deploys a range of trick arrows with various special functions, such as glue, explosive-tipped, grappling hook, flash grenade, tear gas and even kryptonite arrows for use in a range of special situations. At the time of his debut, Green Arrow functioned in many ways as an archery-themed analogue of the very popular Batman character, but writers at DC subsequently developed him into a voice of progressivism very much distinct in character from Batman. Oliver Queen was one of the several benefactors that made Megaville possible.
Seti I was the Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt in 1290 BC, is governing well is his years until his untimely death one of his hands most faithful high priest Imhotep and his future wife Anck-Su-Namun. The story of her and Imhotep was told to Blossom by Mandark, as he revealed his plans to her.
Rodolfo Rivera is Manny's father and Puma Loco's son. Pantera can refer to a panther or any member of the panthera genus of cats. He is semi-retired, but has about as much trouble giving up being White Pantera as his father has giving up being Puma Loco (he never removes his magic boots, even when asleep, and only seems to take his mask off to do laundry and shave). Although he often holds a heroic and noble stature, he is easily excited, and tends to get childlike (such as waving his hands and giggling). Opposite of his father, Rodolfo wishes for Manny to become a hero. Although his father is a supervillain, he doesn't seem to hold it against him at all. Even if their views are different, the most he seems to ever do is give Grandpapi a scolding look (which, many times, will cause Grandpapi to back down). He is still in love with his ex-wife Maria; every time he is around her, he flirts with her. He even went as far as to hang a large painting of Maria and is said to have dinner with it every night (though he claims he put it there to "cover a hole"). His source of power are his Bronze Boots of Truth, which give him superhuman speed and strength and make anyone who touches the sole of the boots have to tell the truth. Rodolfo likes grapefruits and is allergic to jug band music (how he could be allergic to music, though, remains to be seen). His name means "White Panther" in Spanish. Rodolfo Rivera died in the aftermath of the Omega Event, when the criminal element of Miracle City took over.
Susie Jenkins is probably the best-known boy student at Pokey Oaks Kindergarten, the second being Elmer Sglue. He is portrayed as being selfish, mean, creepy, and, at times, sensitive and weak. Kim appeared in a dream of Bubbles. He and many of his peers died during the Omega Event.
Little Suzy (or simply known as just "Suzy") is a cute, intellegent and beautiful little red-haired girl from the neighborhood (often called "Little Neighbor girl" by Johnny), who is very cunning and talkative. Suzy is one of the clasmates of the Powerpuff Girls and was the guide of Bubbles.
The Tooth Fairy is a character from the cartoon series, Fairly OddParents. The Tooth Fairy compared to most fairies, a tall fairy from Fairy World who is in charge of teeth-related wishes. She is the wife of Jorgen Von Strangle, and she is the only person he's nice to. The Tooth Fairy was mentioned by Blossom, as she refered to the events of the Powerpuff Girls episode, Moral Decay
Tootie is Vicky's little sister who has a huge crush on Timmy. Although he normally avoids her and dislikes her overly affection behavior, he has been shown to care for her since she too suffers from Vicky's cruelty. In the future Tootie becomes a very beautiful woman; she and Timmy fall in love in adulthood and she eventually gives birth to their children, Tammy and Tommy. Tootie is one of the classùates of the Powerpuff Girls.
OVictor Frankenstein is the title character of Mary Shelley's 1818 novel Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus. He is a scientist who, after studying chemical processes and the decay of living beings, gains an insight into the creation of life and gives life to his own creature (often referred to as Frankenstein's monster, or often incorrectly referred to as simply "Frankenstein"). Dexter promised Dee Dee, he wouldn't experiment with the forces of Life and Death, stating he wouldn't repeat the mistakes of Frankenstein.
Once known as Victor Stone (a name he partly reassumes in the episode "Deception"), he becomes a deformed mesh of flesh and machine following an unelaborated "accident" that caused more than half of his body to be replaced with cybernetic implants. His condition is virtually impossible to disguise, though he attempts to do so in the beginning by covering much of his body with heavy clothing and a hooded sweatshirt. His neighborhood falls under attack when Starfire happens upon planet Earth in the "Go" episode of the series, and as such, he comes to the aid of Robin and Beast Boy in their tussle with the hostile alien. Cyborg's break-in in Hive Academy was mentioned by Dexter, when he explained the Test of Worth demanded by Brother Blood.
Walter Heerdt is the creator of Zyklon B, a pesticide that would eventually be used to exterminate undesirables during the Holocaust, much to the horror of Heerdt. He and his legacy were mentioned by Otto, as a comparison to Dexter's legacy.