Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist who developed the theory of general relativity, effecting a revolution in physics. For this achievement, Einstein is often regarded as the father of modern physics and one of the most prolific intellects in human history. He received the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics "for his services to theoretical physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect". The latter was pivotal in establishing quantum theory within physics. He makes a little cameo in Powerpuff Girl Doujinshi, as one of the attenders of the Megaville Science fair, later seen fleeing from the Cluster invaders.
Billy is a young happy-go-lucky child with an extremely low IQ of -5. He was outperformed by a shovel on an IQ test. He has an extremely large, pink nose, wears a blue and white striped shirt, and covers his redheaded hair with a red hat. His main affiliations are Grim and Mandy. Mandy is Billy's best friend, though she treats him more like a servant than a friend. It has been hinted several times that Billy may have underlying feelings for Mandy that even he (in his stupidity) may not fully realize. Billy is definitely kinder to Grim than Mandy is, and while he may go against the Reaper's advice and use him as a plaything, he appears to genuinely like him. Of the two children, Billy is the one who most often tells Grim that he's his "best friend". Billy had a few cameo apparences. The first time he was watching the fight along with the class between the Powerpuff Girls, Dexter and the Dread Dragon. Later he was seen along with Ed collecting cookies and make a huge mountain of it and slide down of it.
Bunny was the 4th sister of the Powerpuff Girls. She was shown only once in "Twisted Sister," but later only in pictures. The Powerpuff Girls each have a unique ingredient for her; sugar, spice, and everything nice. She has all of the Powerpuff Girls' powers, making her the strongest in a way, but had trouble using her own powers because she was mentally and physically unstable. After the fight with Mandark, Blossom and Dexter were upstairs in the room of the Powerpuff Girls. Dexter apologized for the troubles and didn't know what to tell Blossom when she encountered Dee Dee's body, thinking Blossom wouldn't understand how it's like to lose a sister. Blossom however showed Dexter a purple piece of clothing and told her about Bunny and how she became unstable and died.
A 10-year-old eccentric lavender "cat, bear, rabbit thing" who serves as a chef's apprentice under Mung Daal, Chowder lives with Mung Daal and his wife, Truffles, in a room at the top of the catering business. When in the Kendo class of Jack, Buttercup started to slam everyone in the class K.O., he was amongst her victims...
Cosmo is one of the main characters on his show. He is one of Timmy Turner's fairy godparents alongside his wife, Wanda and his son, Poof. Cosmo is one of the dumbest characters on the show, rivaled only by Timmy's Dad, and his ideas are what often lead Timmy into trouble. He appeared in the dream Dexter was having about Blossom. They were appearantly doing this as a part-time job.
Dad is Dexter and Dee Dee's blond-haired father is the stereotypical husband and head of the household, falling directly above his wife in authority. He was one of the people who attended the funeral of Dee Dee.
Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz is a mad scientist appearing in all but one episode's B-Plots thus far. He is the father to teenage Vanessa Doofenshmirtz and is the head of his own company, Doofenshmirtz Evil Inc. Depending on the episode, Dr. Doofenshmirtz's main goal is to either destroy or rule the Tri-State Area which was suggested to him as a starting point before trying to take over the world. Routinely bumbling, incompetent, and forgetful, Doofenshmirtz's plans–always involving various gadgets and inventions–have been thwarted by Perry the Platypus. After most defeats, he shouts his catchphrase, "Curse you, Perry the Platypus!" His first invention as a child was simply called "Inator" which led to his modern contraptions usually ending with the suffix of the same name. He was one of the many scientist who attended the science fair and got involved in the invasion of the Cluster.
Dr. Light is depicted as an aged scientist, who is a peerless roboticist. He is the creator of protagonist Mega Man and several other robots. While a pacifist, he reluctantly recognizes that the use of force can be a necessity. He appears when escaping the science fair after the Clusters attacked.
Professor Ochanomizu is a fictional character in the anime and manga series Astro Boy, as well as all of its many adaptions, including the 1980s series, 2003 series, and the film. Created by Osamu Tezuka, the character has since appeared in many of his other works. He serves as a guardian to Astro, and sometimes also a caring family member. He is also known in various English adaptations as Dr. Packadermus J. Elefun, Professor Peabody, Dr. O'Shay, and Simon Elefun. Ochanomizu determines that Astro Boy is unique from the other robots and takes in Astro Boy as a foster son. Ochanomizu gives Astro a robotic family so that Astro can experience family life. He was seen running away when the Cluster invaded the science fair.
Ed is the strong, dimwitted workhorse of the group and one of the main protagonists of the series. His skin is yellow, unlike the other characters and he is known to laugh a lot and is happy most of the time. Ed has amazing physical strength which is humorously worked into many of the show's plots. His mind is a subculture grab bag full of comics and monster movies, which he often confuses with reality and also having the habit of shouting random remarks which have almost nothing to do with the current conversations. He was first seen when doing a soccer game along with Edd, Eddy and Buttercup. Later he was seen in the cafetaria along with Billy collecting cookie boxes and make a giant mountain of it and slide down from it.
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. The only time Edd was seen was when he was at playing a soccer game along with Ed, Eddy and Buttercup.
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. The only time Eddy was seen was when he was at playing a soccer game along with Ed, Eddy and Buttercup.
Ferb is Phineas's green-haired, intelligent but laconic stepbrother from England and created by Phineas and Ferb co-founders Dan Povenmire and Jeff "Swampy" Marsh. He first appeared in the show's pilot episode, "Rollercoaster". Ferb had a cameo apperance when he was escaping from the Cluster along with Phineas and Isabella.
He is a boy who was found and raised by Bubbie, a talking whale. He is 8 years old. He is also shown sometimes with big blue eyes. Flapjack is very naive and oblivious to danger, thus he is easily caught up in perilous situations. He holds K'nuckles in extremely high regard, with his affection for the captain sometimes bordering on obsession. His catchphrase is "Adventure!" Flapjack is one of the students who attends the Kendo class of Sensei Jack. During the session he got beat up by Buttercup who was on a rampage.
Kaijin are ferocious Cybernetic creatures that work for the Darkstar Council. They come in various shapes and sizes. They more powerful than any monster the powerpuff girls have faced since they are more used to fighting Kaiju (or giant monsters), and not much more intelligent human-sized monsters. G.O.D or God of Destruction was used by Mandark and Bell when they captured Blossom. He is a kaijin with a giant mace-like head and four tentacles with four different jaws.
He is seen in the puppet box is the room of the girls along with Pucca and a Smurf. Garu is the descendant of ancient and silent Ninja, and aims to restore his family to their rightful crown position. Like Pucca, he does not talk at all in the TV series, continuing to only use the sounds from the Flash cartoons. It is explained in the TV series that he's taken a vow of silence. He will immediately accept a quest if told it will bring him "great honor".
Haruhi Suzumiya is the title character, the main female protagonist of the series, and leader of the SOS Brigade whose energetic and eccentric character proves to be the driving force for the series. She has a mind for adventure which often leads her subordinates to be swept into her plans. While being smart, beautiful and energetic Haruhi was eyed as an oddball ever since middle school: she had set all the desks from her classroom out into the hallway, painted stars on the roofs, and even painted a huge hieroglyph out on the school field. Haruhi cannot stand boredom so she comes up with various activities for the SOS Brigade, making them participate whether they like it or not. In the sixth grade, Haruhi felt she was no longer special after going to a baseball game and realizing she was one in a sea of people. After that she set out to make her life interesting and unique. What Haruhi does not know is that she has an outstanding power to change the environment around her as she pleases, and by subconsciously using it she gathers Mikuru Asahina, Itsuki Koizumi, and Yuki Nagato into one place, the SOS Brigade. The story is indirect in saying how much Yuki, Mikuru and Itsuki know about each other. Her picture was shown one of the monitors in Dr. X's office.
A super-intelligent yet destructive small girl, Jimmy's second best friend and also a fan favourite. She is seen as an evil genius who enjoys spreading chaos wherever she goes though she has the appearance of a diminutive, charming little girl with high-lighted blond hair and blue eyes. She wears a maroon gown, regardless of location, and has been occasionally seen wearing glasses or shades. She wears her hair in a pony-tail and has a scar on her forehead mostly covered by her hair. It is shown that she might have feet in "Heloise's Big Secret" and the shape of her legs is briefly shown in "The Terrific Trio," but all of her outfits are full-length and reach the ground, so they have really never been seen. However, she does wear pants and shoes in the episode "Something About Herman" so it has been proven she has feet. She apparently does not attend school, instead she works for Lucius as the head of research and development at Misery, Inc. Her job is to create despair-inducing products for the company. Whenever she tries to scientifically explain one of her inventions to Jimmy and Beezy she usually has to give a simpler explanation in order for them to understand.
What Henry Ford and Bill Gates were to the 20th century, Isaac Sumdac is to the 22nd. His invention of versatile reliable automaton robots revolutionized every industry and the American way of life, and turned Detroit into a major manufacturing center once again. The founder of Sumdac Systems, he is also the father of Sari. He probably won't be winning any parenting awards soon, considering he leaves the raising of Sari to robots, seemingly neglects her for days while he works in his lab, and lets her stay overnight with a group of giant alien robots at an undisclosed location. Being a single parent isn't easy, but being a rich single parent should make it a little easier. It's worth mentioning, however, that for all his faults, Isaac is a very devoted father, as shown by his concerns towards Sari's safety, the elaborate birthday presents he crafts for her, and his attempts to help her make friends (even if this does involve press-ganging the children of his employees into service). He just gets so wrapped up in his work that it's hard to remember that there is a world outside his lab.
She appeared when she was escaping the Cluster along with Phineas and Ferb. She is one of the brothers' best friends and has an obvious crush on Phineas Flynn of which he is unaware, though he has shown he cares for her from time to time. She is known for the catchphrase, "Whatcha doin'?" and is the leader of the Fireside Girls troop 46231. The troop often helps Phineas and Ferb in their projects. She is named after series creator Dan Povenmire's oldest daughter.
The Jackbot is a robot weapon invented by Jack Spicer. He uses them as a standard attack against the Xiaolin. The Jackbot is also the base model upon which many other robots are based. The most common is a golden torso capable of flight with a gun in the center of the chest, numerous different attachments for the shoulders exists among which are, claws, buzz-saws, flails, self-destructs, and just about anything else Jack thinks will work. They are robots created by Mandark to destroy Dexter's lab. They only made one appearance, when they broke in Dexter's lab to destroy it. One of the Jackbots aimed for Dexter and shot a laser but Dee Dee jumped in front of it, protecting Dexter and being killed instead.
Coop's best friend since childhood, and a smart-aleck slacker. He is the tritagonist of the series, although his contributions are minimal, and are usually limited to comic relief. He frequently makes passes at Kiva and other women, often to little success. He is very cowardly and often runs at the first sign of danger. When Coop went along with Dexter he said that Jamie was having a date with Kiva.
Jimmy is an insecure child with a propensity to cry. He wishes to become famous, and is most often seen spending his time with Sarah. Jimmy is accident-prone, and is the weakest child in the Cul-de-Sac. Though Jimmy has a cowardly and delicate personality, he truly wishes to be strong and muscular. When in the Kendo class of Jack, Buttercup started to slam everyone in the class, one was Jimmy who immediately went KO, to the horror of Sarah.
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. He was mentioned by Dexter when the latter had an existential crisis.
Johnny is the muscular main protagonist of the series. He is narcissistic and although possessing native cunning, is intellectually challenged, though this is most relevant in the retooled format of the show as Johnny is portrayed more as being cocky and socially inept than stupid in the original format. A prominent feature of the show is his inability to attract women, and secure dates or relationships with them. His skull appeared when the Cluster digged under the podium at the science fair.
Killgore is a character in My Life as a Teenage Robot. He is a wind-up toy that everyone finds cute, despite Killgore constantly trying to tell them he is not cute and that he is evil and constantly pesters Jenny with trying to get her to surrender to the Cluster, until Jenny suddenly also begins to think he is cute. When Samantha went to rescue Zim on orders of Dr. X she found Zim alongside of Killgore, with the latter locked inside of a bird cage. He was in discussion with Zim about how he was greater than the Irkens until Samantha entered to free Zim, but they continued their ranting. Samantha got irritated by its nagging and threw him, still in the birdcage, into the wash machine that was in the same room.
Kiva is a military pilot and engineer who traveled back in time from over a thousand years in the future. Also the deuteragonist, She has a no-nonsense personality, but adopts a small sense of humor as the series progresses, and is highly skilled in both robotic and hand-to-hand combat. Kiva is knowledgeable, tough, and fearless. When Coop went along with Dexter, he said that Jamie was having a date with Kiva.
Koosalagoopagoop is Dee Dee's imaginary friend. In the episode The Koos is Loose the imaginary friend makes a "Pepe Wrap", which is a tortilla with a tub of meat in it. Koosalagoopagoop makes a cameo in "The Powerpuff Girls" episode "Imaginary Fiend" where Buttercup states that "Nobody likes that Koos jerk!". He is a combined parody of Snufflufagus and H.R. Pufnstuf. It made a cameo apperance when Otto was showing Blossom the past of Dexter.
Lee Lee is one of Dee Dee's best friends. She likes the same things that Dee Dee always does and often cause havoc in Dexter's lab with her when they come for a visit. Or play with the ponies they love so much. She attended the funeral of Dee Dee along with her other best friend Mee Mee.
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 appeared on the background and only his back could be seen. He was just about to open his locker when Buttercup and Bubbles saw the depressed Blossom approach.
She is a mad scientist. Ghastly is the brains behind all of Hector con Carne's evil plans. Ghastly does not really seem to be interested in taking over the world; she is more interested in inventing things and getting closer to Hector. Dr. Ghastly is one of the scienctists who attended the science fair. According to I. M. Weasel, she is still on probation. She might be a part of the Rowdy Project as she was seen along with Weasel as one of the scientist in a fan-made video about it.
Kaijin are ferocious Cybernetic creatures that work for the Darkstar Council. They come in various shapes and sizes. They more powerful than any monster the powerpuff girls have faced since they are more used to fighting Kaiju (or giant monsters), and not much more intelligent human-sized monsters. Mantix was used by Mandark and Bell when they captured Blossom. He is a blade-wielding praying-mantis like kaijin.
She attended the funeral of Dee Dee along with her other best friend Lee Lee. Lee Lee is one of Dee Dee's best friends. She likes the same things that Dee Dee always does and often cause havoc in Dexter's lab with her when they come for a visit. Or play with the ponies they love so much.
Manhattan-born Mike (short for Michelene) enjoys the features of the tropical island but, in return, misses the life that she had in New York and, as revealed in a particular instance, her school. Fortunately, Og is able to recreate many of the things that Mike misses most about the United States. She noticed and watched the fight of the Dread Dragon versus the Powerpuff Girls and Sensei Jack.
Mokujin is a training dummy made from a 2000 year old oak tree. Mokujin has been kept in a museum for a long time, but when the God of Fighting (Ogre) awoke, it gained self-identity and started to act on its own. Some people say it is motivated by the desire to help martial artists, and only God and Mokujin know for sure. Mokujin was decapitated by Buttercup during her first kendo pratice, decommissioning the training dummy
Mom is Dexter's and Dee Dee's red-haired mother; a Mysophobe who has trouble being around the rest of the family without her rubber gloves. She is rarely seen without her gloves, and, should she happen to lose them, starts to go insane in an episode when they have gone missing from her nightstand. She was on of the people who attended Dee Dee's funeral. She later made a cameo appearance when Dexter walked to his home and she was waiting at the door.
Mr. Snuggles is Billy's old hamster. He was the whole reason Grim came in the first place and got tricked, Grim challenged Billy and Mandy to Limbo over Mr. Snuggles and Billy, if Billy and Mandy won, Grim could not reap Mr. Snuggles, and would have to Billy and Mandy's best friend forever. He only made a cameo appearance when Bubbles was playing with Mandy and Courage. Mandy held a meat cleaver behind her back, intending to harm the hamster.
Muriel Bagge and her husband Eustace lived in a farm house in Nowhere, Kansas, with their dog Courage. For some unexplained reason, Nowhere and especially the Bagge Household were targeted by a paranormal activity. The couple was mostly oblivious towards the paranoraml activities, and had to be saved on regular basis. She was very kind of Courage, making her safety and wellbeing, his primairy goal.
She appeared in the story told by Jack about Courage. After Courage got badly wounded, she delivered him to Jack to take care of him but she never came back to pick him up. She most likely did this to protect Courage from getting killed by a villain.
Oceanbird is Mandark and Olga's hippie mother, who doesn't understand Mandark's love for evil and science, not to mention his affections for Dee Dee. Though Windbear has been known to engage in rivalry with Dexter's father, it is unclear whether Oceanbird does the same with Dexter's mother. She was mentioned by Dr. X who was explaining Mandark's past to Zim. She and her husband Windbear are two hippies unlike their children.
Og, a 7-year-old native of Albonquetine and Lu's cousin, has a surprising predisposition to scientific theory and discovery. His inventions gone awry help develop the plots of many episodes. He is close friends with three animals; a pig named Pig, a goat named Goat and a porcupine named Spiney who are capable of speech and well learned in philosophy. Together, they form the Philosophical Society, discussing such "great thinkers" as Nietzsche, matters of existentialism, and the relevance of time. He is seen when he heard some noise coming from outside. He, along with other classmates, went to check outside and watched the fight between the Powerpuff Girls and the Dread Dragon.
An ox who debuted in numerous "Phony Bologna" advertisements for the Oxymoron company. He also makes cameos in some episodes. His name is a parody of oxymoron, a phrase in which an adjective that means the opposite of the noun that it describes is used (e.g. a smart idiot, a planned coincidence, Hopeless Optimistic, etc.), as well as the cleaning solvent Oxyclean, whose ads are pitched in a similar style. He is seen in an advertisement for Oxymoron Inc. that is in front of the Megaville Center for the Arts.
Panty is an attractive female angel with spiky blonde hair, sky blue eyes, and slightly tanned skin. Her eyelashes are rather long, and when in art-shift mode, her eyelids are colored a light pink shadow. Panty's nails and toenails are polished a bright red color. Her most famous outfit is a short sleeveless red dress with matching heels, red hoop earrings, a golden necklace, and two golden bracelets on each wrist. However, she is known to wear a large variety of fashionable clothing, in a range of styles. She appeared in the background along with Stocking during the conversation of Mandy and Bubbles.
Peppercat is owned by Samantha. She does better at robattling than her mates. She appears many times during both series since the first episode, when she was robattling against Doctor Study. Samantha used male parts to upgrade Peppercat but it didn't work well duo to Peppercat being a female and after several losses changed them to female parts. Peppercat also fell in love with another Medabot, Arc-Dash. In Powerpuff Girls Doujinshi Peppercat was destroyed during the Kilobot Incident along with the other Medabots and their owners. Samantha was the sole survivor and was seen crying over the destroyed body of Peppercat.
Phineas is like other characters, his age is not mentioned. Phineas, along with his stepbrother Ferb Fletcher, star in the A-Plot of every episode. The series concerns Phineas's attempts to avoid boredom by finding something new to do every day of the summer vacation. He does this with his less-talkative stepbrother Ferb, and often with many other neighborhood children. He is known to be very selfless and energetic. He was seen along with his brother Ferb and his girlfriend Isabella at the science fair escaping from the Cluster.
Pucca is the series' titular character.She is an 11 year old. She is obsessed with Garu and hopelessly in love with him, constantly trying to steal kisses from him. Pucca never speaks in the series, instead communicating with giggling, kissing, and growling sounds (it is mentioned by Ching, however, that she has a pretty singing voice). Pucca only had two cameo apparences. First she is seen walking through the hall of the Megaville Elementary. Later she was seen as a puppet in a box in the room of the Powerpuff Girls.
Kaijin are ferocious Cybernetic creatures that work for the Darkstar Council. They come in various shapes and sizes. They more powerful than any monster the powerpuff girls have faced since they are more used to fighting Kaiju (or giant monsters), and not much more intelligent human-sized monsters. Raptorcon was used by Mandark and Bell when they captured Blossom. He is a kaijin that resembles a dinosaur-like creature.
Sarah is Ed's bossy, pschotic, spoiled, short-tempered brat of a little sister, who acts cute and charming only when it serves her. Sarah has Ed's unending loyalty and obedience, mostly due to her constant threats of tattling on him. The fact that their mother always believes Sarah, even when she is fibbing, doesn't help. She has a very loud mouth, a hair-trigger temper, and is easily agitated by others, especially her brother. When in the Kendo class of Jack, Buttercup started to slam everyone in the class including Jimmy, to the horror of Sarah who immediately shouted out for Jimmy and went to help him.
Sloan, named Kagamiyama in Japan, is a recurring character in Medabots. Sloan is a member of The Screws. He owns Totalizer, a tortoise type Medabot with heavy armor. He appeared in a memory marble of Samantha when Grim was soul-scouring.
The Smurfs (French: Les Schtroumpfs, Dutch: De Smurfen) is a comic and television franchise centred on a group of small blue fictional creatures called Smurfs, created and first introduced as a series of comic strips by the Belgian cartoonist Peyo on October 23, 1958. The original term and the accompanying language came during a meal Peyo was having with his colleague and friend André Franquin at the Belgian Coast. He was seen in the puppet box of the girls along with Pucca and Garu.
Smytus made his first appearance in "Dressed to Kill" where an accident on his ship caused him to lose a case of super-powered Pip-Crystals; the crystals landed on Earth, especially on the dresses Brit and Tiff Krust were examining for the upcoming prom. In "Escape from Cluster Prime", when Vexus launched her invasion on the Earth, Smytus was put in charge of enslaving everybody on Earth and putting them to work building more robots for their army. Vexus was discussing with Smytus about his performance. Compared to the Darkstar Council, who was doing their job very well, he wasn't doing his job very well, to the annoyance of Vexus.
Spyke, named Iwanoi in the Japanese version, is a recurring character in Medabots. Spyke is a member of The Screws. In most depictions, he uses either a Cyandog or Krosserdog as his Medabot. He is the wimp of the group who never wins his matches, but strives to please Samantha in any way he can, though he usually fails. He appeared in a memory marble of Samantha when Grim was soul-scouring.
The younger of the Anarchy sisters, Stocking is a pink and violet-haired goth girl. She is generally more level-headed and intelligent than Panty, although she can be just as rude as her sister when provoked. Stocking has a gluttonous appetite for sweets and doesn't gain weight from consuming "normal" sugary foods, allowing her to eat them to her heart's content-on the other hand, she despises spicy food. She becomes enraged whenever someone tampers with her sweets or calls her overweight. She also does not share her sister's interest in sex, though she occasionally displays masochistic tendencies such as bondage and electrocution. She is almost always seen carrying around a plush cat, Honekoneko, whose expressions often match Stocking's mood. She appeared in the background along with Panty during the conversation of Mandy and Bubbles.
A Super Nerd is a type of Pokémon Trainer that first debuted in the Generation I games of Pokémon. They are generally depicted as skinny teenage boys, with long hair and glasses. In HeartGold and SoulSilver, they are accompanied by a remote-controlled robotic Pikachu holding a Poké Ball. The HeartGold and SoulSilver version of the Super Nerd class also resembles a skinnier version of Generation IV's Collectors. They are very similar to Scientists. They generally use a combination of Poison-, Electric-, and Fire-type Pokémon. He is seen being captured by the Cluster bugs while trying to escape from them, but thankfully gets rescued by Courage.
"Chapter 8 Buttercup's worst rainy day adventure ever"
Puppet Pals Mitch and Clem are puppets seen in a TV show during the Justice Friends segments. They also appear in short live-action time-filler segments of their own. Their appearances parody the popular Muppets, Bert and Ernie, from Sesame Street and they also perform behind a Sesame Street-like wall. Their main sketch is Mitch bonking Clem on the head. In one episode they are controlled by Major Glory and Val Hallen and vice versa in Krunk's dream. When Professor Utonium came home he greeted his girls who were waching Puppet Pals at that moment.
He is a parody of The Incredible Hulk. But unlike Hulk, he does not revert back to a mortal form. Krunk's color pattern (purple skin and green pants) is an opposite to the Hulk's color pattern (green skin and purple pants). He made a few cameo apperances first he was seen on a comic book and later as a toy in Dexter's lab.
Timmy Turner is an American 10-year-old kid from a middle class family and the main protagonist of the series. Timmy wears a pink cap, and has noticeable buck teeth. His parents are rarely around and take little interest in his activities, which makes it easy for him to hide his fairy godparents Cosmo and Wanda. He wishes for nearly everything he wants, which sometimes causes havoc. Timmy first has been mentioned by Tootie and Suzy when they talked about Buttercup's love for Sensei Jack. Tootie then mentioned him as her knight in shining armor.
'Where's Waldo?' is a series of children's books created by British illustrator Martin Handford. The books consist of a series of detailed double-page spread illustrations depicting dozens or more people doing a variety of amusing things at a given location. Readers are challenged to find a character named Wally hidden in the group. Wally's distinctive red-and-white striped shirt, bobble hat, and glasses make him slightly easier to recognise, but many illustrations contain "red herrings" involving deceptive use of red-and-white striped objects. Later entries in the long-running book series added other targets for readers to find in each illustration. He appeared in the audience during the dance group selection.
Wanda Venus Fairywinkle-Cosma is a main character in the series, who is one of Timmy's fairy godparents, alongside her husband Cosmo, and her son Poof. Unlike her husband, Wanda tends to be more responsible and is reluctant to grant dumb wishes, but is usually obliged to grant them anyway or Cosmo grants them instead. She appeared in the dream Dexter was having about Blossom. They were appearantly doing this as a part-time job as dream angels.
Windbear is Mandark and Olga's hippie father, who doesn't understand Mandark's love for evil and science, not to mention his affections for Dee Dee. Windbear has been known to engage in rivalry with Dexter's father because of their conflicting political beliefs. He was mentioned by Dr. X who was explaining Mandark's past to Zim. He and his wife Oceanbird are two hippie's unlike their children.
ZONE-tan is the mascot and personification of ZONE-Archive. She was created by ZONE in 2007 and first appeared in a flash loop animation for Halloween showing the character sitting on a tentacle. Since then, she has appeared in many places around his website, and even appears the beginning of most of his flash animations.
In February 2012, ZONE posted a thread to engage a voice actress playing as ZONE-tan. It was decided that Newgrounds voice actress Caxx, whould play ZONE-tan for ZONE’s latest series called ZTV News. The first episode was posted on March 27, 2012 on both Newgrounds and YouTube. She appeared in Powerpuff Girls Doujinshi announcing the news about the Kilobot incident.