Krypto the Superdog voiced by Samuel Vincent is the main protagonist of the show, formerly Superman 's pet on Krypton before it was destroyed. Krypto came to Earth in a rocket when it malfunctioned. He is a white Labrador Retriever and has all of the powers of Superman, though some are heightened due to being a dogsuch as his super hearing and sense of smell.
Krypto also shares Superman's moral values and feelings. Streaky the Supercat voiced by Brian Drummond is an orange Somali cat with a yellow streak along his back who lives next door to Krypto and Kevin's family. In episode 3, "The Streaky Story", Streaky gained superpowers by a duplicating ray that was aimed at Krypto, but deflected off his super coat and accidentally hit Streaky instead. Streaky later found that he had superpowers similar to Krypto's, but his superpowers are weaker than Krypto's, presumably due to them being the result of copying.
Streaky shares his canine counterpart's weakness to Kryptonite. Streaky belongs to a girl named Andrea. Unlike Krypto, Streaky is less serious about his superhero activities, and sometimes needs prodding to perform heroic deeds, but usually is dependable.
He also has a nephew named Squeaky who is the leader of the Supercat Fan Club. Streaky often refers to Krypto as "K-Dog". Kevin Whitney voiced by Alberto Ghisi is the 9-year-old young boy who Krypto lives with in the series, with Superman's permission.
Kevin enjoys Krypto's company greatly, and is able to communicate with him and the other animals in the series thanks to a universal translator device.
Kevin has a bratty cousin named Bailey who finds out Krypto's secret, but fortunately, he is such a notorious liar that no adult believes him. Kevin also has a 2-year-old sister named Melanie who refers to Krypto as "Kippo".Lego DC Super Villains - Unlocking Calendar Man Krypto and MORE
Ace fights crime utilizing various detective skills and gadgetry built into his collar an analogue of Batman's utility belt ; he also uses a rocket sled for traveling long distances. Ace wears a dark-colored cape and collar similar to Batman's, and like Batman possesses a stoic personality. However, Ace does occasionally work alongside Krypto and considers him an ally. Ace's nemeses are Catwoman 's pet catIsis, the Joker 's two pet hyenas Bud and Lou, and the Penguin 's three trained pet birds.
Andrea Sussman voiced by Tabitha St. Germain is Kevin's next-door neighbor and the owner of Streaky. Andrea enjoys making Streaky play dress-up, but was unaware of his or Krypto's superheroic identity until later in the series, when she accidentally stumbles upon Krypto's spaceship.
In "Iguanikkah", it is revealed that Andrea is Jewish. She loves to play and dress up Streaky, and she treats him like a baby. The Dog Star Patrol are a superpowered group of canines who each possess a unique superpower, and fight crime across the galaxy.
Krypto joined the Dog Star Patrol by helping the group out on a mission. Ace the Bat-Hound and Streaky the Supercat also helped them out on different occasions.
Curiously, they are never seen altogether as one or two members are always absent in most episodes featuring the Dog Star Patrol, apart from "Circus of the Dog Stars" and "Bat Hound Meets the Dog Stars". Mechanikat voiced by Mark Oliver is the main antagonist of the series, he could be based on Brainiac or Metallo. Mechanikat is a cyborg feline, who constantly plots to conquer Earth. He usually keeps a bit of green kryptonite on hand to use against Krypto, or to power up his machines with so they can affect Krypto.
In "Mechanikalamity," Mechanikat is revealed to be a member of the Intergalactic Villains Club a spoof of the Legion of Doom who gather in a base similar to the Hall of Doom. Due to Mechanicat's repeated failure to defeat Krypto, he has been unable to get elected as leader with the recent election having the members voting for Glorg to be the leader of the Intergalactic Villains Club. Despite being the main antagonist, he rarely takes matters into his own paws and fight Krypto on his own, normally using machines or other villains to face him.
Snooky Wookums voiced by Nicole Bouma is Mechanikat's sidekick and secret agent. Snooky is an evil mastermind pastel blue kitten who uses his cuteness and intelligence to cause all sorts of trouble for Krypto and the Dog Star Patrol.Other articles related to " villains, villain ":.
Because the honest people are terribly dense. Home Contact Privacy. Villains Mechanikat voiced by Mark Oliver : The main villain of the serieshe could be based on Brainiac or Metallo. Mechanikat is a cyborg feline, who constantly plots to conquer Earth. He usually keeps a bit of kryptonite on hand to use against Kryptoor to power up his machines with so they can affect Krypto. He is also a member of the Villains Club. Despite being the main antagonist, he rarely takes matters into his own paws and fight Krypto on his own, normally using machines or other villains to face him, but has on one occasion upgraded himself into 'Mega Mechanikat ' and lured him to a Kryptonite-covered planet so he could take care of Krypto on his own, but ended up being defeated as well in his final appearance of the series.
Snooky Wookums voiced by Nicole Bouma : Mechanikat's sidekick and secret agent, Snooky is an evil mastermind pastel blue kitten who uses his cuteness and smarts to cause all sorts of trouble for Krypto and the Dog Star Patrol. He later became part of the Supercat Fan Club. Snooky is Mechanikat's most trained agent. Snooky is a male character, although he is voiced by a female, Nicole Bouma. Delilah voiced by Kathleen Barr: Another feline agent of Mechanikat.
Delilah's outfit changes in season two, adding on purple-colored plates of armor in various areas on her body. She is also in charge of weapons and helped make the Katbots and she also knows 9 different types of kung fu.
Like Luthor, Ignatius is very intelligent, vain, and is morally ambivalent about making others suffer for personal gain; however, he is effete, selfish, and tends to behave in a much less dignified manner than Luthor. He is also more prone to engaging in frivolous and dangerous personal whims, such as employing a growth ray to enlarge a bug for his supper, or using a wind tunnel to harvest one of Krypto's hairs as part of a scheme to grow himself a lovely fur coat. Notable is that on occasion he shows basic morals and honor.
Bud and Lou : A pair of Hyenas who serve the Joker. Some confusion about which is Bud and which is Lou can be found, considering that both look almost exactly the same other than their collars. Bud wears a purple collar, and Lou wears a green collar. Their names are a reference to comedians Abbott and Costello. They are animated here with blood-red coats, a nod to Harley Quinn, rather than the tan ones from Batman: The Animated Series.Character Tokens may appear as side quest rewards, race rewards, or in large brown suitcases lying on the ground.
Some mission Character Tokens may not be available until other Collectibles nearby are found. Even if Johnny DC is active, note that the Character Tokens in brown suitcases will not appear on the map or radar. You will still see the white arrow indicating its position if you have Character Token Detector Red Brick enabled.
The numbers listed below are arbitrary.
Character Tokens can be collected in any order, but you will still need to pay studs to make a character available even after you earn it. Red Robin's token is in a brown suitcase on the north end of the island. It sits on a rocky outcropping in relative plain sight, though it may be hard to find without the Character Token Detector.
Kite-Man's token is earned by doing a quest for him. He's located in a tree somewhat up the road on the left fork near the north end of the island. After accepting his quest, use any character's grappling gun to pull him down from the tree. He'll then task you with finding ten items spread around the area to repair his kite.
Luckily, all ten objects will be marked with a purple objective arrow. Switch to a flier to grab them quickly, then head back and speak to Kite-Man once more to get his token. Calendar Man's token is earned by doing a quest for him. He's located near the fountain to the right of Wayne Manor. Speak to him to begin the quest and he'll want you to dress in a specific outfit. Pause the game and choose to go to the customizer from the main menu.
Use a custom character slot other than Rookie. The rest of the character can be customized however you wish. Return to Calendar Man and speak to him again. He'll task you with grabbing several Easter eggs around the gardens.Mechanikat is the main antagonist in the American animated series Krypto the Superdog.
He is a mechanical cat who constantly comes up with schemes to conquer Earth. Despite being the main antagonist, he rarely acts upon the role, and often sends machines or other antagonists to face Krypto. His sidekicks are his agents Snooky Wookums and Delilah. When first introduced, he takes on a darker, more ominous, and more malevolent vibe. He is presented as inherently evil and sinister, willing to do whatever it takes to get what he wants and eliminate all who oppose him.
However, as the series goes on, he gradually takes on a more comical, buffoonish role as a villain. He is still very much evil and still very much the main villain, but largely due to how many plans of his are foiled by KryptoStreakyKevinAndreaand the Dog Star Patrolhe begins seeming like a less threatening villain and more of a nuisance to the heroes.
Mechanikat's origins are completely unclear. It is only known and implied that he was a normal cat who was once injured and was forced to wear mechanical limbs to survive, becoming a cyborg. While the circumstances of who left him injured are unknown, it is also known that he hated dogs, possibly because one could have been the one who injured him, starting to plan to conquer the Earth and eliminate every dog of the galaxy.
Mechanikat is at first seen in the shadows, with only his glowing, artificial eye visible. He sends his most trusted agent Snooky Wookums to the Earth in order to hire several cats for his cat army. Following Snooky's failure in the mission after his defeat at the hands of Krypto the Superdog and the Dog Star Patrol, Mechanikat reprimands him and later states that he hates failures, scaring Snooky. After Snooky's failure, Mechanikat sends Delilahanother of his most trusted agents.
After she managed to put Streaky the Supercat out of the way, she prepares the disintegrator ray to take out Krypto once and for all, being promised a new mouse toy by Mechanikat. It is here that Mechanikat briefly shows his face, leaning forward into the light for the viewers to see. But he sits back on his throne in the shadows to hide his face again. Unfortunately for Delilah, her chances to be awarded with Mechanikat's toy are ended when Streaky appears to save Krypto and seals her inside a trash can.
Mechanikat goes with Snooky to the Earth again this time with a new mission for Snooky: spray boxes of Yum Yum Bones with a special gas to put the dogs of Metropolis out of their senses. Said and done, the gas starts to make the dogs act as other animals, like ducks or chickens.
However, Krypto and Streaky became aware of Mechanikat's plans after Wookums reveals his location in order to save his own life. At the same time, Mechanikat invades S.
Labs, scaring three guard dogs who have eaten Yum Yum Bones who think they are mice and infiltrating into the Rocks and Minerals department. It is here that Mechanikat finally reveals his full form to the viewers. Once there, just when Krypto enters into the lab to face Mechanikat, Mechanikat releases what he was searching: a little rock of Kryptonite.
However, Streaky appears and scares the three guard dogs, who trying to escape from him, inadvertently knock Mechanikat to another room, with the box with Kryptonite being closed and Mechanikat being knocked into file drawers.He was the most trusted agent of Mechanikat and one of the main enemies of the Dog Star Patrol, known as one of the most evil felines in the galaxy. He was voiced by Nicole Bouma. Snooky Wookums' criminal career started since his early life.
He had at least two siblings, with one of them being a green cat unlike him. He enjoyed stealing his brothers' toys when he was just a little kitten. After he grew up, he stole dairy products from the Milky Way. At some unspecified point of his life, Snooky Wookums became the most trusted agent of Mechanikatwho gave him the order to recruit several cats from other planets to create an army.
The Dog Star Patrol chased Wookums across the universe to take him in custody before he can reach the Earth and recruit some cats there, but the cat arrived on Earth before them. One day at the Earth, while Snooky was searching recruits for his master's army, the Dog Star Patrol appeared on scene and attempted to subdue him.
Unfortunately, Krypto the Superdog appeared and thinking that the Dog Star Patrol was trying to rob Snooky, fight against them allowing Snooky to escape, making the patrol losing the chance to capture him even when the feline got stuck in the wall of an alley, although managed ultimately to go through the hole and escape custody.
After that, the Dog Star Patrol brought Krypto to their spaceship and informed him about Wookums' true nature, making the Kryptonian dog aware that it was necessary to capture Snooky.
Back in Earth, Snooky arrived at an animal shelter and informed Mechanikat that he was in the perfect place where he can found recruits for the army.
After ceasing the communication with his boss, Snooky convinced four stray cats locked in the shelter to join his army if he freed them. The cats accepted, but then Krypto and the Dog Star Patrol appeared on the scene ready to arrest Snooky. With a hairball, Snooky released the cats, who were already hesitating to help, but with his blue diamond collar, Snooky turned them into giant saber-toothed cats and ordered them to attack the patrol and Krypto.
However, the patrol managed to knock out Snooky's feline assistants and Krypto warned Snooky that he had no more goons. Snooky, however, stressed that there were enough cats to form an army in the shelter, but Kryto used his heat vision to destroy Snooky's blue diamond collar, preventing him to mutate more cats. Without his weapon, Wookums ran out of the scene. Krypto tried to prevent his escape, but a silver round escape pod appeared and absorbed Snooky preventing the dog from putting a claw on him.
Already in the space, Snooky told Mechanikat about the failure of his mission, arguing that he did not know that a dog like Krypto would be on Earth to make him fail. Mechanikat, furious, reminded the terrified Snooky that he has claws and that hates failures.
It is completely unknown if Snooky was executed by Mechanikat or severely punished for his failure. It is actually unknown what happened to her afterwards. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki.
Biography Snooky Wookums' criminal career started since his early life. Categories :.This article is a stub and is in need of expansion. You can help Villains Wiki by expanding it. Like Harley Quinn, Bud and Lou were eventually adapted to the comics. During the Last Laugh arc, it is revealed that Harley knew how to make a cure to a unique strain of Joker Toxin that had infected an army of supervillains because she treated Bud and Lou after they received poisoning from eating a Joker Fish.
She was later forced to give Bud and Lou away to the Gotham Zoo after she discovered that the hyenas were eating other pets in a city neighbourhood. During the New 52Joker infected Bud and Lou with with rabies and let them loose on Harley Quinn in an attempt to have her reject her humanity.
But Harley fought off the hyenas and was forced to put them down by snapping their necks, much to her grief. However Bud and Lou's deaths were eventually reversed, presumably because of the events of DC Rebirth which altered the timestream. Despite the fact that the Joker is their original owner, Harley Quinn is the one who really cares about them.
Indeed, Bud and Lou like her better than the Joker, if it comes to that; because Harley feeds them, keeps them company, and often sits around and lets them lick her. When he rigs a bomb to destroy Gotham, he forgets to bring them on the plane, so he decides to leave them. However Harley refuses to leave the hyenas behind and kicks Joker out of the plane when tries to make his escape.
Bud and Lou often get cranky when Harley isn't around, as is demonstrated when the Joker gets angry at Harley and quite literally kicks her out. The Joker regrets this, because not only does his lair fall into chaos without Harley around to keep it organized, but Bud and Lou become hostile toward him. Despite the fact Bud and Lou seem harmless and incompetent, they actually aren't.
They will attack and sometimes kill Harley on the Joker's command. They have also proven to be intelligent; for no matter how many times their masters are separated from them, Bud and Lou find them eventually. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Contents [ show ]. Categories :. Click To Help Dr. Wily has declared that this article is still under construction. Please don't delete or edit this article yet, it may contrast with the original author's edits.
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A white labrador retriever who is the main protagonist of the show, formerly Superman's pet on Krypton before it was destroyed. He has all of the powers of Superman, though some are heightened due to being a dog, such as his super hearing and sense of smell. Krypto also shares Superman's moral values and feelings, which has been used as a weakness against him in some cases. Kevin is the young boy who Krypto lives with in the series, with Superman's permission.
Kevin enjoys Krypto's company greatly, and is able to communicate with him and the other animals in the series thanks to a universal translator device. Kevin has a bratty cousin named Bailey who finds out Krypto's secret, but fortunately he's such a notorious liar that no adult believes him. Kevin also has a two-year-old sister named Melanie who refers to Krypto as "Kippo". Kevin's next door neighbor, and the owner of Streaky. Andrea enjoys making Streaky play dress-up, but was unaware of his or Krypto's superheroic identity until later in the series, when she accidentally stumbles upon Krypto's spaceship.
In Iguanikah, it is revealed that Andrea is Jewish. She loves to play and dress up Streaky, and she treats him like a baby. An orange cat with a yellow streak along his back who lives next door to Krypto and Kevin's family. In episode 6, "The Streaky Story", Streaky gained superpowers by a duplicating ray that was aimed at Krypto, but reflected off him and accidentally hit Streaky instead.
Streaky later found that he had superpowers similar to Krypto's. But his superpower are weaker than Krypto's. Streaky shares his canine counterpart's weakness to Kryptonite. Streaky belongs to a girl named Andrea unlike the comics in which he was Supergirl 's pet cat.
Unlike Krypto, Streaky is less serious about his superhero activities, and sometimes needs prodding to perform heroic deeds, but usually is dependable.
He also has a nephew named Squeaky who is the leader of the Supercat Fan Club. Streaky often refers to Krypto as "K-Dog". A purple saluki although she refers to herself as an afghan houndshe is the leader of the Dog Star Patrol. A green-furred terrier who can stretch his tail to lengths long enough to use as a weapon, such as a lasso or whip. An Old English sheepdog who is a huge fan of the Dog Stars and wanted to join them.