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{{CharDescript|Mockingbird|A supervillain interrogated by the [[Flying Squirrel]] in the episode "The Crimson Death". Was one of the dozens of villains whose powers were partially transferred to the [[Crimson Death]]. Possesses the power of ventriloquism and can mimic any voice. The [[Flying Squirrel]] noted that factually, she should really be called the Mynah Bird, but she retorted that the name sounded stupid.|Status={{Jail|Presumed still in jail.}}|?}}
 
{{CharDescript|Mockingbird|A supervillain interrogated by the [[Flying Squirrel]] in the episode "The Crimson Death". Was one of the dozens of villains whose powers were partially transferred to the [[Crimson Death]]. Possesses the power of ventriloquism and can mimic any voice. The [[Flying Squirrel]] noted that factually, she should really be called the Mynah Bird, but she retorted that the name sounded stupid.|Status={{Jail|Presumed still in jail.}}|?}}
 
{{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.|Status={{Dead|DECEASED}}|Lesley Livingston}}
 
{{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.|Status={{Dead|DECEASED}}|Lesley Livingston}}
{{CharDescript|Colonel Barker Winston Smith|Colonel Smith is a prize big game hunter who grew weary of hunting down animals, and has since taken up hunting humans. He has hunted military, law enforcement, and other masked mystery men, and has probably killed each and every one of them. After setting a trap for the Red Panda, he shoots his hunting guide and then kills himself after finally being defeated.|Status={{Dead|DECEASED}}|Brian Vaughn}}
 
 
{{CharDescript|The Maestro|Arthur Maestro is a gang boss and criminal mastermind with a level of competence in biochemistry. Besides creating a swarm of zombified microbes as an "audition" to the Nazis, it is unknown whether he was originally a gang boss or an orchestra-themed supervillain prior to his death.|Status={{Dead|Killed by his own formula.}}}}
 
{{CharDescript|The Maestro|Arthur Maestro is a gang boss and criminal mastermind with a level of competence in biochemistry. Besides creating a swarm of zombified microbes as an "audition" to the Nazis, it is unknown whether he was originally a gang boss or an orchestra-themed supervillain prior to his death.|Status={{Dead|Killed by his own formula.}}}}
 
{{CharDescript|Nick Diablos|A master hypnotist and manipulator. He would meet promising individuals in different fields and use his powers to convince them that he was the Devil. He promised that if they would sign a contract in blood, he would use his malevolent might to give them all the power they could grab. Once they agreed, he implanted a post-hypnotic suggestion to make them believe that he was the source of their success, when in fact it was their own abilities that got them where they were. For years he sat in the shadows like a spider on a web, collecting the money, favors, and power from his "clients". There was one flaw in his plan, however. The post-hypnotic suggestions could not last forever, and after twenty-two years the effects had begun to fade. Suddenly, his "clients" realized that Diablos and his powers were fake and they stopped paying. He soon struck back at those who had betrayed him, using his hypnotic powers to lock them into a catatonic state where they were haunted by their mind's greatest fears. Despite his incredible hypnotic skill, he was no match for the mind-altering might of the Red Panda and was soon locked in a catatonic nightmare of his own. At last mention he was incarcerated at the [[Queen Street Lunatic Sanitarium for the Criminally Deranged]].|Status={{Jail|Hypnotized and in a catatonic nightmare}}|Gregory Z. Cooke}}
 
{{CharDescript|Nick Diablos|A master hypnotist and manipulator. He would meet promising individuals in different fields and use his powers to convince them that he was the Devil. He promised that if they would sign a contract in blood, he would use his malevolent might to give them all the power they could grab. Once they agreed, he implanted a post-hypnotic suggestion to make them believe that he was the source of their success, when in fact it was their own abilities that got them where they were. For years he sat in the shadows like a spider on a web, collecting the money, favors, and power from his "clients". There was one flaw in his plan, however. The post-hypnotic suggestions could not last forever, and after twenty-two years the effects had begun to fade. Suddenly, his "clients" realized that Diablos and his powers were fake and they stopped paying. He soon struck back at those who had betrayed him, using his hypnotic powers to lock them into a catatonic state where they were haunted by their mind's greatest fears. Despite his incredible hypnotic skill, he was no match for the mind-altering might of the Red Panda and was soon locked in a catatonic nightmare of his own. At last mention he was incarcerated at the [[Queen Street Lunatic Sanitarium for the Criminally Deranged]].|Status={{Jail|Hypnotized and in a catatonic nightmare}}|Gregory Z. Cooke}}
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