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{{CharDescript|Crimson Death|A supervillain made out of multiple villain's superpowers by the [[Queen Street Lunatic Sanitarium for the Criminally Deranged]] in order to capture or kill the [[Red Panda]]. Went on to kill the sanitarium's board of directors, but was caught by the Red Panda. Later he formed the Red Panda Revenge Squad to try to kill someone the Red Panda cares for, choosing [[Harry Kelly]]. He was later thrown into the death trap, melting his skull mask to his head. Later, he was a minion of Deadly Nightshade and attempts to kill the Flying Squirrel, but John Doe, posing as The Red Panda, crushes his spine, leaving him permanently paralyzed. |Status={{Paralyzed|Defeated by the John Doe.}}|Tim Vant|Christopher Mott|Steven Burley|}}
 
{{CharDescript|Crimson Death|A supervillain made out of multiple villain's superpowers by the [[Queen Street Lunatic Sanitarium for the Criminally Deranged]] in order to capture or kill the [[Red Panda]]. Went on to kill the sanitarium's board of directors, but was caught by the Red Panda. Later he formed the Red Panda Revenge Squad to try to kill someone the Red Panda cares for, choosing [[Harry Kelly]]. He was later thrown into the death trap, melting his skull mask to his head. Later, he was a minion of Deadly Nightshade and attempts to kill the Flying Squirrel, but John Doe, posing as The Red Panda, crushes his spine, leaving him permanently paralyzed. |Status={{Paralyzed|Defeated by the John Doe.}}|Tim Vant|Christopher Mott|Steven Burley|}}
 
{{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". In "Power Play", the Electric Eel returns, after being completely separated from Simon Radford due to experimentation by the Canadian government to create an anti-Axis superweapon, Simon becoming a moral, understanding man but without emotion, and the Eel becoming an alien, vengeful behemoth of a force with almost eldritch morality. They can still hear each others thoughts and what hurts one hurts the other- this is what leads Radford to finally stop the Eel himself by jumping from a rooftop to his death. |Status= {{Dead|Killed by his own alter ego.}}|Scott Moyle}}
 
{{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". In "Power Play", the Electric Eel returns, after being completely separated from Simon Radford due to experimentation by the Canadian government to create an anti-Axis superweapon, Simon becoming a moral, understanding man but without emotion, and the Eel becoming an alien, vengeful behemoth of a force with almost eldritch morality. They can still hear each others thoughts and what hurts one hurts the other- this is what leads Radford to finally stop the Eel himself by jumping from a rooftop to his death. |Status= {{Dead|Killed by his own alter ego.}}|Scott Moyle}}
{{CharDescript|The Genie|Status={{Jail|Taken away by Canadian Government after the Home Team assassinations.}}|A supervillain who is terrorizing Toronto at the end of episode 13, "The Hand of Fate". It is later mentioned in episode 20, "Monkeyshines", that he had held Walter Potts captive. He next appeared as a secondary villain in "The Red Squirrel" when he tried to use an electrical disruptor to pull off a daring heist, only to be interrupted by the appearance of [[the Puppeteer]]'s killbot. His specialties are centered around his (supposed) great intelligence and his many fantastic devices. One of the defining characteristic of the Genie is his incredible arrogance. As the Red Panda put it, "the Genie regards everyone around him as some level of idiot." When World War II began, all of the Red Pandas old enemies were taken by the government to avoid them from falling into Nazi hands. Rather than waiting out the war in a cell, the Genie was offered the chance to become the scientific advisory to a super group known as the Home Team. It should be noted the Genies help is not a change of heart, but as the genie says, "I traded one cage for another, but this one has nicer toys"|Brian Vaughn}}
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{{CharDescript|The Genie|Status={{Jail|Taken away by Canadian Government after the Home Team assassinations.}}|A supervillain who is terrorizing Toronto at the end of episode 13, "The Hand of Fate". It is later mentioned in episode 20, "Monkeyshines", that he had held Walter Potts captive. He next appeared as a secondary villain in "The Red Squirrel" when he tried to use an electrical disruptor to pull off a daring heist, only to be interrupted by the appearance of [[the Puppeteer]]'s killbot. His specialties are centered around his (supposed) great intelligence and his many fantastic devices. One of the defining characteristic of the Genie is his incredible arrogance. As the Red Panda put it, "the Genie regards everyone around him as some level of idiot."|Brian Vaughn}}
 
{{CharDescript|Golden Claw|A criminal mastermind who managed to merge most of the gangs in Toronto under her control. She was expanding into the protection market when she was stopped by the Red Panda and sent to jail. Even in prison, she still had influence, as was evidenced by her scheme to discredit the Red Panda in "Red Panda: Dead or Alive".<br/>The Golden Claw escaped from prison, only to reappear wearing a stolen body gained through dark magic. At last mention, she was one of the criminals captured in the heroic double-cross at the end of "The Hidden Door." She returns, revealing herself as one of the supervillains helping Commander Varkin and The Syndicate. She then betrays Varkin and leaves Toronto for dead, and ends up getting shot to death by Constable Andy Parker and others.|Shannon Arnold|Monica Coté|Status={{Banished|Transfered her soul to the 'Margret Horace' body}}{{Dead|Shot to death by Andy Parker and others.}}}}
 
{{CharDescript|Golden Claw|A criminal mastermind who managed to merge most of the gangs in Toronto under her control. She was expanding into the protection market when she was stopped by the Red Panda and sent to jail. Even in prison, she still had influence, as was evidenced by her scheme to discredit the Red Panda in "Red Panda: Dead or Alive".<br/>The Golden Claw escaped from prison, only to reappear wearing a stolen body gained through dark magic. At last mention, she was one of the criminals captured in the heroic double-cross at the end of "The Hidden Door." She returns, revealing herself as one of the supervillains helping Commander Varkin and The Syndicate. She then betrays Varkin and leaves Toronto for dead, and ends up getting shot to death by Constable Andy Parker and others.|Shannon Arnold|Monica Coté|Status={{Banished|Transfered her soul to the 'Margret Horace' body}}{{Dead|Shot to death by Andy Parker and others.}}}}
 
{{CharDescript|Jack Rabbit|Thief, murderer and speedster all rolled into one. Though the details of her past are somewhat sketchy, it is known that she was an unusually fast circus performer whose speed was further enhanced by the beneficence of the fallen socialite Peter Urskin. Her character has gained depth of late when it was revealed in "The Terrible Two" that she was in love with the Mad Monkey in a villainous mirror image of the relationship between Kit Baxter and the Red Panda.|Julie Florio}}
 
{{CharDescript|Jack Rabbit|Thief, murderer and speedster all rolled into one. Though the details of her past are somewhat sketchy, it is known that she was an unusually fast circus performer whose speed was further enhanced by the beneficence of the fallen socialite Peter Urskin. Her character has gained depth of late when it was revealed in "The Terrible Two" that she was in love with the Mad Monkey in a villainous mirror image of the relationship between Kit Baxter and the Red Panda.|Julie Florio}}
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