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{{CharDescript|"Peepers" Scranton|"Well connected underworld weasel."<ref>The Flying Squirrel in Red Panda Adventures (07) - Red Panda: Dead Or Alive!</ref>|?}}
 
{{CharDescript|"Peepers" Scranton|"Well connected underworld weasel."<ref>The Flying Squirrel in Red Panda Adventures (07) - Red Panda: Dead Or Alive!</ref>|?}}
 
{{CharDescript|"Lefty" Maxwell|Beaten up by [[the Red Panda]] while following [[The Golden Claw|Margret Horace]].<ref>Red Panda Adventures (14) - The Sunday Supplement</ref> Then interrogated by the Flying Squirrel.|?}}
 
{{CharDescript|"Lefty" Maxwell|Beaten up by [[the Red Panda]] while following [[The Golden Claw|Margret Horace]].<ref>Red Panda Adventures (14) - The Sunday Supplement</ref> Then interrogated by the Flying Squirrel.|?}}
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==Former Foes==
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{{CharDescript|Mrs. Mynack|A seemingly harmless candy-shop owner who appeared almost overnight in “The Sweet Tooth”. It is soon revealed that her candies were actually laced with addictive, will-weakening chemicals that turned her customers into willing slaves. Instead of being an innocent shopkeeper, Mynack was actually an ancient alchemist seeking eternal life. It appears that her intentions were originally altruistic, but as she approached her own death, she took desperate measures: she began to steal the life force/soul of young women around her to extend her own life. It is unknown how she accomplished this in centuries past, but in the present she used a great machine that drained the life force from her victims and transferred it to her. She was killed when the Red Panda reversed the machine to return the stolen life. Currently, her dried remains lie with Dr. Chronopolis for further study.{{Dead|DECEASED}}|Lesley Livingston}}
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{{CharDescript|Electric Eel|Simon Radford, a brilliant inventor turned supervillain with electrical powers. He had the ability to disrupt electrical devices, stun a man with a touch, and throw a limited number of lightening bolts before he had to recharge. There were two incarnations of the villain, one occurring before the start of the RPA and the other in the episode “Duality.” Originally, Radford had been held back from reaching his true power by his own fear and his reluctance to kill. The second phase of his villainy actually came after a period of innocence when he underwent hypnotic treatments with Dr. Cornelius Bygot at the Queen St. Lunatic Sanitarium for the Criminally Deranged. Though it appeared that Radford was cured, it is revealed that instead of fixing Radford, Dr. Bygot only succeeded in splitting Radford’s personality into an innocent half and one containing a completely evil Electric Eel. In this second incarnation, he expanded his powers by adapting the Maximillian Gemstones to allow him to shoot beams of raw energy. He was defeated and thought killed during his bid to absorb the awesome power of the Niagara Falls Hydroelectric Dam when the Flying Squirrel destroyed the controls with a boomerang. He later returned in an attempt to trap The Red Panda at the Queen Street Asylum in Trial by Terror.|Scott Moyle}}
   
 
==Foes Mentioned But Never Seen==
 
==Foes Mentioned But Never Seen==
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