Adolf Hitler (20 April 1889 – 30 April 1945) was an Austrian-born German politician and the leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party (German: Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (NSDAP), commonly referred to as the Nazi Party). He was chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945, and dictator of Nazi Germany (as Führer und Reichskanzler) from 1934 to 1945. Hitler is commonly associated with the rise of fascism in Europe, World War II, and the Holocaust. In Grim Tales, it is revealed that Hitler's actions were orchestrated by the Grim Reaper.
Ami Onuki is a pink-haired pop singer and part of the pop-rock duo Puffy AmiYumi in Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi, together with her friend Yumi Yoshimura. From the two, Ami was the optimistic and sweet one, more girly than the rougher and sacrastic Yumi. The show followed the antics of them and their greedy tour manager Kaz Harada, and is loosely based on the real-life pop-rock duo Puffy, of whom the singers have same names as the stars of the cartoon show. A picture of her is featured on a billboard behind Mandy's House, likely promoting the latest tour of the rock duo.
Angry Video Game Nerd (abbreviated as AVGN, and formerly known as Angry Nintendo Nerd) is an American web television series of surrealistic comedy themed retrogaming reviews, created by and starring James Rolfe. James Rolfe is known for his raging comedy style. In Grim Tales, The Angry Video Game Nerd is the embodiement of the sin of Wrath.
Since all Anti-Fairies are to their Fairy counter-parts, Anti-Cosmo is the complete opposite of Cosmo. While Cosmo is kind, caring, and amazingly dumb, Anti-Cosmo is an evil genius, criminal master mind, and is smart. Apparently he is the ringleader of the Anti-Fairies, and after he is permanently freed from Jorgen Von Strangle's captivity, he and his race move to Anti-Fairy World where he rules over them from his castle. Like all Anti-Fairies, Anti-Cosmo's primary goal is causing bad luck among humans. He was mentioned by Grim Jr. that he was his fairy godfather in chapter 1.
Since all Anti-Fairies are to their Fairy counter-parts, Anti-Wanda is the complete opposite of Wanda. While Wanda is caring, and intellegent, always thinking ahead, Anti-Wanda rarely seems to think, is crazy, and dumb enough to give Cosmo an run for his money. She is married to Anti-Cosmo, lives with him in his castle and begot him a child, Foop.
She was mentioned by Grim Jr. that she was his fairy godmother in chapter 1.
In the battle with the Demon Reaper, Lord Pain was ordered to summon by Mandy to summon the Archer, after the defeat of the Beast of Destruction. Only the first part of the incantation is heard: "Three Suns Aligned Pour Forth Their Light, To Fill The Archer's Bow With..."
Before being cut off by Dan Phantom's entrance. Due to this, Pain couldn't finish his summoning.
The Beast of Destruction is one of the most powerful creatures in Queen Mandy's army, so powerful has to be summoned with a special summoning staff, used by Lord Pain. Although powerful, he was quickly defeated by the Demon Reaper.
The Big Witch (left) and her sister, the Little Witch (right) appeared for the first time in 1993's The Nightmare before Christmas, in the musical intro to the film.
In Grim Tales, she reprised this role, as Grim Jr. and Minimandy visit the town for the first time. She was later seen attending the Halloween Party and was among the people who fled the town after the Demon Reaper arrived.
Boots, the 5-year-old monkey whom Dora met one day in the forest, is her best friend. He is friendly and enthusiastic, and usually wears nothing but his beloved red boots, hence his name. He is light blue with a yellow stomach. His parents look similar, with variations in eyes, height, clothing and fur.
In Grim Tales, he had become part of Mandy's Nazi-inspired Neighbourhood Watch
The bodyguards were hired to protect Chi during her concert series through Aku City. After a concert they were ambushed by the bounty hunter Skulker who killed all of them in the process of capturing Chi, interogating one of them before death.
Danny is the main character and protagonist of the series. Originally, he was a shy, average, clumsy, and occasionally superficial 15-year-old boy who was desperate to fit in with his peers and be accepted. After a lab accident in his parents' ghost lab, he becomes a half-ghost, and obtains a variety of ghostly abilities. Despite his flaws, he is steadfast and loyal to his friends and family. He eventually grows, gaining great confidence and maturity in himself and begins concentrating more on his heroic duties.
Danielle is a clone created by Vlad Plasmius to create the perfect ghost-human hybrid son. Danielle was the most succesful attempt but once she learned that he considered her to be a failure, as she was female, she turned on him. Dan mentioned her in Grim Tales, not able to let go the fact that she betrayed him when he was Vlad Plasmius.
The Devil Bartender is the owner of the bar that Chi visited on her way to Castle Grim. Believing she was pulling his leg, he planned to throw her out when she asked everything on the menu. He changed his mind when she showed him, she had cash. He returned once again allowing Jewel to take a seat next to Chi, saying that he would handle things.
An 8 year old boy, Diego Márquez helps animals in danger, mainly in the rainforest. His cousin is Dora from Dora the Explorer, as revealed in multiple shows. Diego was first introduced in an episode of Dora the Explorer titled Meet Diego! Diego has a jaguar companion named Baby Jaguar who assists him on adventures.
In Grim Tales, he had become part of Mandy's Nazi-inspired Neighbourhood Watch
In the episode "Jack and the Rave," DJ Stylbator used his hypnotic music to control the children of a nearby village. He would order the "Children of Aku" to raid the village every night. In Grim Tales, he was a succesful DJ in the City of Aku, playing with Chi.
The dog-like bounty hunter makes an appearance in the eight episode of Samurai Jack. The episode begins in a bar filled with several alien bounty hunters, when Jack walks in and orders a pot of tea. One of the bounty hunters recognizes Jack, and they all approach him. Jack is in no mood to fight, but the bounty hunters aren't about to leave him alone. With no other choice, Jack fights and defeats the bounty hunters before exiting the bar. He appears in Grim Tales, as one of the Bounty Hunters in the bar, Chi is visiting on her way to Castle Grim.
Dora, the main character, is a 8 Year old girl who embarks on a trip in every episode in order to find something or help somebody. She asks the viewers at home to help her find new ways to reach places with the help of Map. She also teaches viewers Spanish, introducing them to short words and phrases.
In Grim Tales, he had become part of Mandy's Nazi-inspired Neighbourhood Watch.
Doctor Finklestein is a resident of Halloween Town, the wheelchair-bound mad scientist and the "father" of Sally. He is a pale-as-a-sheet mad scientist with a duckbill-like mouth and a hinged skullcap that he can open up to reveal his brain. For unknown reasons he uses a motorized wheelchair. When the Demon Reaper was destroyed he and Sally has made a new design for Minimandy's spirit to go in. He pulled the switch and placed Minnie into her new ragdoll body.
Dynamo made her first appearence in Uh Oh Dynamo. After the girls defeated an incredibly strong monster, the Professor's overprotective parenting skills kick in. As a result, he created Dynamo to help the girls defeat the monster. She is a mix of the three girls. The Robot was counted amongst the casualities of HIM's attack on Megaville, being torn apart and impaled on the remains of a skyscarper.
The Elder Things (also known as the Old Ones and Elder Ones) are a fictional species created by H. P. Lovecraft, which make their first appearance in the 1936 novel At the Mountains of Madness. Additional references to the Old Ones appear in Lovecraft's short stories The Dreams in the Witch-House (written after Mountains, but published beforehand in 1933) and The Shadow Out of Time.The Elder Things were the first alien species to come to the Earth, colonizing the planet about one billion years ago. They stood roughly six feet tall and had the appearance of a huge, oval-shaped barrel with starfish-like appendage at both ends. The top appendage was a head adorned with five eyes, five eating tubes, and a set of prismatic cilia for "seeing" without light. The bottom appendage was five-limbed and was used for walking and other forms of locomotion. The beings also had five leathery, retractable wings, which were used both for in-atmospheric flight and for sailing through the "ether" (a theoretical cosmic substrate now debunked as nonexistent) of empty space. They had five sets of tentacles that sprouted from their torsos, which divided twice into finer tentacles that could be used for swimming and manipulation. Both their tentacles and the slits housing their folded wings were spaced at regular intervals about their bodies. At Heylr City, The Blood Council employs Elder Things as Luggage Carriers
Blue elephant-like creatures wearing red hats and having another yellow creature out of their mouth. These creatures were only seen in the opening of Samurai Jack. One appears outside the bar Chi would later visit on her way to Castle Grim.
Emily is the main character of Tim Burton's Corpse Bride film. She was a beautiful and charismatic young woman with a passion for music and dance. In the Halloween Town cemetery, only Emily's tombstone can be seen with an inscription saying "Here lies Emily. May she forever rest in pieces." Minimandy was standing atop of the tombstone whilst dancing.
Eris was the Goddess of Discord and Chaos and at one time being the lover of Hoss Delgado in The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy and was briefly shown when Grim Jr. recaped his father's life with Billy and Mandy.
Ezekiel Clench, aka Zeke was an American bounty hunter who tried to claim the bounty on Samurai Jack, he was once married to Josephine and first appeared in Episode XXIX: The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful. His design is similar to the villainous cowboy stereotype, disheveled and unhygienic, sporting with two mechanical hands with card suits on them, he also has a card with a black spade on his hat, and club shaped spurs on his boots. He is a rather rash man who rushes into a fight without thinking, which literally causes his downfall. He appears in Grim Tales, as one of the Bounty Hunters in the bar, Chi is visiting on her way to Castle Grim.
Boy scientist Buzz Conroy and his father Professor Conroy fight supervillains with the aid of a powerful heroic robot named "Frankenstein Jr." (voiced by Ted Cassidy). "Frankie", as Buzz usually referred to him, was more than a little reminiscent of the title character in Gigantor. Buzz built "Frankie" and activated him through an energy ring. Frankenstein Jr. was one of the victims who got caught by Empheles. He was killed by Boogeyman and his Robot/ Zombie powers were used for Boogyeman to create the ultimate monster.
The Gate Guardian appears in the episode "Death in Bloom." He asks for the cause of death before someone gets through the gates to the Land of the Dead. He allows a skeleton to pass, who said that he died from a spear in the neck, which is very easy to see, but he did not allow Finn and Jake into the Land of the Dead, since they are alive. However, they distract him long enough to walk in the gate behind him. He then yells for them to come back. Unusually, he didn't attempt to stop them with force, but they were already too far through the gate for him to care. He made small cameo as a background character in Grim Tales
"Further Orientation: Mimi's File: Birthday She watches the Watchmen"
"Further Orientation: Mimi's File: Birthday Whispers of the things to come..."
General Specific was part of a military devision, funded by the Government, that concentrated on developing a sheep-powered ray gun. Fundings were later dropped and the division got an new objective, controlling Mimi's telepathic abilities and prevent her father from finding her. Yet he didn't lose interest in the potential of a sheep-powered ray gun.
The Guardian of the Life-Makers is the protector of a portal that leads reaped souls back to the Life Makers. He is the only known being that is able to pass through the portal, as it is he who takes the souls from the portal.
The Half Monster Demon is a character who appeared in "Return to the Nightosphere." After Finn and Jake ask him how they can talk to Hunson Abadeer he brings them over to the line that leads to The Teller, since he would be able to help them. His insides are "habitable," so anyone who uses him to transport somewhere can survive without being digested He was mentioned in Grim Tales in the tour guide of the Underworld.
Coop is the pilot of Megas and the main protagonist of Megas XLR, Coop is overweight and has an insatiable appetite. Due to years of playing video games, he is an excellent pilot. He's not exactly the brightest person around—his amazing heroics are just accidents, and he usually ends up destroying more than he protects. Coop also is quite strong as depicted by his demonstrations of raw power, such as being able to punch a car window and breaking it without flinching or using a wrench to wreck a null distortion missile on Megas. Coop make a cameo appearance in Grim Tales, as Grim appeared behind in at Nasty Burger. Moments later, Coop died from cardial arrest, caused by his unhealthy eating habits.
Hector Con Carne was an evil billionaire with the intention of conquering the world in Evil Con Carne. But his plans were torpeded when his archenemy Cod Commando blew him up. Every since, now only a brain and stomach, he tried to conquer the world until he was paid out by Mandy.
In Grim Tales, he was placed on Yogi Bear, putting him in service of Mandy.
Horror the Ancient was a powerful, yet fearful warrior from the Underworld. In order to be forever brave, he channeled his fear in his left hand, before cutting it off. No longer able to write his own name, (he was left-handed), he was unable to reclaim the weapon and was doomed to forever guard the weapon instead. The left hand of horror was one of the most powerful artifacts in Mandy's Vault.
Hot Stuff the Little Devil is a comic book character created by Warren Kremer who first appeared in Hot Stuff #1 (October 1957), published by Harvey Comics. Imbued with a mischievous personality and able to produce fire, Hot Stuff appears as a red child devil who wears a diaper (said to be made of asbestos) and carries a magical sentient pitchfork (referred to as his "trusty trident"), which is a character in its own right. Much to the consternation of his demonic brethren, Hot Stuff sometimes performs good deeds to irritate them. Hot Stuff was one of the victims who got caught by Empheles. He was killed by Boogeyman and his devil powers were used for Boogyeman to create the ultimate monster.
The Imakandi are beings that Jack encounters on his journey. The Imakandi were depicted as a proud and honorable as well as skillful people as seen in the Hunters' encounter with Samurai Jack, they were never greedy usually hunting creatures to survive as they had also flatly refused to hunt down Jack for money instead doing it purely for the thrill of the hunt. Two Imakandi were spotted in the bar that Chi entered in The City of Aku.
She is the third Teletubby. She is yellow, and has a curly antenna. She likes to sing and dance, and is often seen to look out for the other Teletubbies. Her favourite thing is a bouncy, orange ball, which is almost as big as she is.
In Grim Tales, she had become part of Mandy's Nazi-inspired Neighbourhood Watch.
Lenore is a 10-year-old undead girl who lives in a mansion with her other creepy friends. She died of pneumonia at the beginning of the 20th century. Her character has developed from being a somewhat malicious character in the early comics, hurting people out of spite or revenge, to a well-meaning but dim character that kills people by "accident", stemming from the fact that Lenore is generally unaware of her surroundings as well as the fact that she is dead. Lenore says she loves animals (especially cats), but she constantly kills all her pets. Later she reverts back to her old self and starts hurting those around her with full intentions on what she's doing, as she insults Ragamuffin and calls him all kinds of names and she declares that her dream is to take over the world.
In Grim Tales, Grim Jr. mentioned how Minimandy played the character once in theatre show.
The lizard like creatures appeared in the second episode of Samurai Jack. At the bar, Jack is astonished to see that everyone inside is an alien. One of the aliens becomes offended by his staring and starts a fight with him. Jack tries to apologize, but it doesn't work and he is forced to literally disarm the alien, only for the injured alien's friends to join in the fight. He appears in Grim Tales, as one of the Bounty Hunters in the bar, Chi is visiting on her way to Castle Grim.
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.
His realm was shown in the beginning of the comics.
Created by Grim for Billy in abscense of Mandy in The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, it was later destroyed by Mandy after discovering it. In Grim Tales, it was briefly shown when Grim Jr. recaped his father's life with Billy and Mandy. It was later shown that the thing was resurrected, as it was part of Mandy's collection, only to be destroyed again by Minimandy.
"Further Orientation: Mimi File: Birthday Fatherly advice from the Deathless one"
Marceline Abadeer, also known as Marceline the Vampire Queen is a demon/vampire hybrid that lives in the Nightosphere and is the daughter of Hunson Abadeer. She was indirectly mentioned by Hunson while conversing with HIM about Mimi's birthday party.
Maurice was Johnny Bravo's guardian angel who tried to convince Johnny the world needs him (in order for him to earn his halo), only to discover that the only thing that he contributed to the world were his looks, while his attitude make everyone's life worse.
In Grim Tales, it was he who threw Billy out of Heaven.
The Megas is a robot founed by Coop from the Cartoon Network serie Megas XLR. It was the main robot Coop and his team fought with. its from the future. It appeared in the art of the Fallen Heroes, the Megas (with Coop probably inside) being one of the Fallen Heroes of Megaville in the Grim Tales timeline.
Misery is a character from Ruby Gloom. She doesn't mean to be a walking disaster area. Her mishaps are usually a combination of clumsiness and extraordinary bad luck. Evidently, these traits run in her family, as Misery has had relatives who have been present at every single major disaster in recorded history. Fortunately, her friends are all kindhearted enough to take this in stride. Misery spends most of the time in a state of detached apathy and with ever-present trails of tears running from her eyes. She does have tiny moments of happiness throughout the series, but unless they're few and far between, her bad luck rears its ugly head and strikes her down with a vengeance, usually in the form of lightning bolts. She sometimes also states to be happy, although she is in her usual melancholic mood. Friday the 13th is the only time her inherent bad luck gives her a break; nothing but good things happen to her while everyone around her gets a day-long dose of Misery's bad luck, but she seems to hate the good luck as it is a day that's completely different from what's she's used to. Misery was one of the monster children that was kidnapped by Empheles, had her life force drained by Drax and then absorbed by the Boogeyman. Her soul along with the other monster children were saved by Grim Jr. and Minimandy when they killed Boogeyman afterwards Junior took the children home to their families.
Eugene Krabs is a fictional character in the American cartoon series SpongeBob SquarePants. He is voiced by Clancy Brown. He is the owner of The Krusty Crab, making him Spongebob's boss. He was known for being a cheapskate. In Grim Tales, he was considered to be the embodiement of the Sin of Greed.
The Mummy Cyclops appeared for the first time in 1993's The Nightmare before Christmas, in the musical intro to the film.
In Grim Tales, he reprised this role, as Grim Jr. and Minimandy visit the town for the first time. He later is seen cranking the alarm to evacuate the town but also was among the witnesses who saw Dan Phantom level the town.
Mandy's nerve was a personification of her courage in The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy and was briefly shown when Grim Jr. recaped his father's life with Billy and Mandy and later shown to be placed in Mandy's Vault
Nigel Planter was a student at Toadblatt's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy and was briefly shown when Grim Jr. recaped his father's life with Billy and Mandy and later shown to be placed in the Mandy's Vault
Nguyễn Ngọc Loan (11 December 1930 – 14 July 1998) was South Vietnam's chief of National Police. Loan gained international attention when he executed handcuffed prisoner Nguyễn Van Lém, a suspected Việt Cộng member.
This event was mentioned as being on Grim's best work.
Nguyễn Van Lém (killed 1 February 1968) was a National Liberation Front terrorist who was summarily executed in Saigon by General Nguyễn Ngọc Loan during the Tet Offensive. The execution was captured on film by photojournalist Eddie Adams.
This event was mentioned as being on Grim's best work.
The Card Kings were part of the Oogie Boogie's minions in The Nightmare Before Christmas, to battle Jack Skellington. In Grim Tales, Oogie used it to fight Minimandy but she defeated with her court sword.
The Card Kings were part of the Oogie's minions in The Nightmare Before Christmas, to battle Jack Skellington. In Grim Tales, Oogie used it to fight Minimandy but she defeated using her nergal abilities, tearing them apart.
"Further Orientation: Mimi's File: Birthday She watches the Watchmen"
"Further Orientation: Mimi's File: Birthday Whispers of the things to come..."
Private Public was part of a military devision, funded by the Government, that concentrated on developing a sheep-powered ray gun. Fundings were later dropped and the division got an new objective, controlling Mimi's telepathic abilities and prevent her father from finding her.
Quackor the Fowl is Mandark Astronomonov's pet duck and one of Monkey's most powerful adversaries, in its first appearance in Quackor The Fowl. Quackor the Fowl only makes a cameo appearance when HIM is in his bathtub talking to Jeff the Spider.
Ra, otherwise known as Re, is one of the most prominent gods in Egyptian mythology and the god of the sun, specifically the noonday. His form changed during the course of the day, beginning as the scarab Khepri (an amulet of whom was used to summon him), Ra in midday, and Amun-Ra at dusk. Ra is shown to engage into battle with Earl, after the latter came to claim his soul. Despite his claims of being immortal and therefore unreapable. Earl quickly proved him wrong and reaped his soul, before delivering it to the Guardian of the Life-Makers.
Ragamuffin can at first sight look like a rag doll with worms for hair and polyester filling, but he has a very interesting background story and personality. Ragamuffin was a 400 year old (as mentioned in issue #13) immortal vampire who fed upon the flesh of the living. One night he attacked a young woman and ate her, but unfortunately, her sister, who happened to be a powerful witch, witnessed the scene. The witch cursed him and transformed him into a doll. A drop of Lenore's blood eventually returned him to consciousness, but since her blood was mixed with embalming fluid the curse was only partially lifted: he will never cease to be a doll. (He was briefly transformed back into his body at the end of issue #11, but returned to his rag doll form in the last frame of issue #12). Ragamuffin is a little unsure of some of Lenore's crazier ideas and is oddly enough the occasional voice of reason in the comic. An actor played Ragamuffin in the theatre show: Lenore the Musical.
The Red Guy serves as Cow and Chicken's incompetent arch-nemesis throughout the series. He is usually seen naked and was originally portrayed as the Devil in the pilot episode where he attempted to tempt Chicken into smoking and lure him down to Hell. In later episodes, he spends his time trying to either scam, torment, physically harm, or outright kill Cow and Chicken. He later became a servant of HIM and attend Mimi's birthday party, joining the others in the Harlem Shake.
Reginald Skarr, former general for Hector Con Carne, became Billy and Mandy's neighbour after Hector went out of business. He became part of Mandy's Neighbourhood Watch in Grim Tales (according to an alternete page of Coop?)
Sadako Yamamura is the antagonist in Koji Suzuki's novel Ring and the 1998 film adaptation. She returns as the antagonist in Rasen and the protagonist in Ring 0: Birthday, and appears in the Korean and American remakes of the Ring Trilogy, although as different characters. Her American movies' counterpart is Samara Morgan. In the original novel, Sadako is a hermaphrodite. In both the novels and movies, it is hinted that she is the daughter of some oceanic based entity, making her a quasi-oceanic demigod. She was first mentioned by Minimandy, while attacking Grim Jr., that she was one of Junior's love interests. This hinted to the Valentine's artwork in which Junior seems to have a crush on her. She was later mentioned by Chi who said she saw a video of her on Akutube in which she came through the TV and Chi thought it would work the same with her cellphone.
The Scotsman was introduced early on as a rival, and later friend, to Samurai Jack. His personality is in stark opposite to that of Jack: he is loud, explosive in temperament, always willing to jump into a fight, and enjoys bragging about his fighting prowess. They first encounter each other under bad circumstances but as time progresses they become good buddies and team up several times in the show to fight off evil. He was seen walking through the streets of the City of Aku with his equipment.
Grim's scythe becomes dull, so he gets a temporary one while his is in the shop. Scythe 2.0, however, does not approve of Grim being the Grim Reaper while he is stuck serving Billy and Mandy, deems Grim 'obsolete', and decides to go out on it's own as the new Reaper to the world, starting with Billy and Mandy. They use the Dune Buggy from the Reaper technology lab. It was add to [[|Mandy's Vault]] and was used by Minimandy to kill Mandy Doll.
Slenderman is a creepypasta, designed for a contest on Something Awful, quickly turning the creature in a pop culture icon. Slenderman is the only known white Nergal Demon as well as only Nergal Demon in the Land of Tainted Souls. He later attended Mimi's party.
Sperg is the local bully at Billy's school. He is often seen tormenting Billy, Irwin, Pud'n (or all three), or other kids to no end. Sperg is extremely defensive of his mother, who (surprisingly) is very beautiful, despite her son. Even though he has brutal strength, Sperg is scared of Mandy because she's stronger than him. He appeared in the alternate version of the page "Coop?" where he was one of the members of Mandy's Nazi group, and most likely the brawn.
Squidward Quincy Tentacles is the tritagonist (sometimes an antagonist) on the Nicktoon SpongeBob SquarePants. A rude guy, he is the middle neighbor between SpongeBob and Patrick Star. He wors as a cashier at the Krusty Krab, a job he dislikes. SpongeBob works along with Squidward at the Krusty Krab. Squidward is a selfish individual and displays an unjustified air of superiority. He was also know for his laziness, more sleeping on the job than actually doing his job.
In Grim Tales, he is considered to be the embodiement of the sin of Sloth.
Tanis is a young mummy, who attends Miss Grimwood's Finishing School for Ghouls. Tanis was one of the monster children that was kidnapped by Empheles, had her life force drained by Drax and then absorbed by the Boogeyman. Her soul along with the other monster children were saved by Grim Jr. and Minimandy when they killed Boogeyman afterwards Junior took the children home to their families.
Thundercleese is Brak's next-door-neighbor, a militant Killbot who is also passionate about his lawn and garden, particularly the gnomes that decorate it. A short-lived shtick on the show involved Thundercleese blasting Zorak often. He is very aggressive and warlike, always speaking in a loud, robotic monotone. When Brak is troubled, no matter what the problem is, Thundercleese invariably suggests swift and brutal retaliation. Thundercleese's social skills are rather lacking, and before social get-togethers he will study very bad "party jokes" in preparation.
Tricycle appeared in Tricycle of Terror, a Season 3 episode when Billy goes into a magic porta-potty and finds a haunted bike that defends him from bullies, and people who makes fun of him. It was later seen in Mandy's Vault, and took the attention of Mimi. It later ran rampant in the vault after Mimi shattered the glass of its exhibit with her scream.
Trigon was the demon father of Rachel Roth, AKA Raven, from Teen Titans. Trigon was a very powerful demon lord and at one point conquered the Earth. Trigon was mentioned by HIM when he confronted Raven in the ruins of Megaville as he had come for Mimi.
This Reaper was the reaper of an unknown species during the Golden Age of Life. His scythe has a distinct form and is the only known three bladed scythe wielded by any of the reapers. He is also one of the few reapers that hadn't white bones, instead he is blue. He appears to enjoy card games as he is seen playing one with two other reapers.
This Reaper was the reaper of an unknown species during the Golden Age of Life. He wears clothing beneath his cloak and it can be assumed that that he is wearing a mask. He appears to enjoy card games as he is seen playing one with two other reapers.
Vacillator (the grey demon on the left) originates from Hellspawn, as one of the Phlebiac Brothers. In Grim Tales, he confronts Spawn, Grim Jr. and Minimandy after Spawn killed the Violator, the outcome of the battle is unsure.
Vandalizer (the green demon on the right) originates from Hellspawn, as one of the Phlebiac Brothers. In Grim Tales, he confronts Spawn, Grim Jr. and Minimandy after Spawn killed the Violator, the outcome of the battle is unsure.
Vaporizer (the huge grey, six eyed demon on the left) originates from Hellspawn, as one of the Phlebiac Brothers. In Grim Tales, he confronts Spawn, Grim Jr. and Minimandy after Spawn killed the Violator, the outcome of the battle is unsure.
Vindicator (the light-blue demon on the left) originates from Hellspawn, as one of the Phlebiac brothers. In Grim Tales, he confronts Spawn, Grim Jr. and Minimandy after Spawn killed the Violator, the outcome of the battle is unsure.
Wendy the Good Little Witch is a fictional comic book character from Harvey Comics. Wendy was one of the victims who got caught by Empheles. She was killed by Boogeyman and her witch powers were used for Boogyeman to create the ultimate monster.
William is one of the Skeleton Guards that serves and protects the Grim Family. He reoccurs as a servant for Junior. It has been confirmed he has 10 siblings with whom he doesn't have a good relationship.
Winnie Werewolf is the daughter of powerful werewolf and attended Miss Grimwood's Finishing School for Ghouls at one time. She was captured by Empheles and was killed in Boogeyman's experiments when he stole her power.
X9 was a skilled and intelligent assassin but blackmailed by Aku to destroy Samurai Jack. He was a soldier build by Aku's scientists and was the only one who created human emotions, having a strong urge to live rather than to die and because of that survived all of Aku's mission while the others were destroyed. He had a strong love for his stray dog Lulu and had lots of other emotions. He was eventually killed by Jack and asked Jack to take care of Lulu. X9 was seen walking in the streets of the City of Aku.
In My Life as a Teenage Robot, XJ-10 is a mysterious and newer XJ model.In the episode A Robot For All Seasons, Nora is seen reading the blueprints for her, before hiding them just as Jenny walks in the room. These plans were made after Jenny was kidnapped and brainwashed by Todd Sweeney, in a plot to eliminate Christmas. The plans indicated that Nora planned on either destroying the rogue robot or decommision her and lock her away with her sisters. But when Todd Sweeney's plans were revealed and Jenny proved her innonence, the whole XJ-10 Project was likely cancelled. XJ-10 is one of the fallen heroes, she was build to replace XJ-9.
Zorak originally appeared in the animated series Space Ghost and Dino Boy in 1966. He was one of Space Ghost's most feared enemies and appeared in 6 episodes, starting with "The Challenge". Zorak was voiced by Don Messick, who spoke in a buzzy monotone meant to evoke his insect-like features. He appeared in the background of a bar in the outskirts of the City of Aku that Chi was visiting.