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For "Original Universe" Red Panda Mini-Series, see "Alternate Universe" Red Panda Mini-Series.

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The Red Panda Adventures is a lighthearted adventure series in the style of old time radio that follows the 1930s adventures of " Canada's greatest superhero", the Red Panda, and his trusty sidekick, the "fearless fighting female" the Flying Squirrel, as they protect the citizens of Toronto from villains ranging from gangsters and supervillains to the supernatural forces of darkness. The series was created by Gregg Taylor of Decoder Ring Theatre.

Episodes

Dramatis Personae

Heroes

The Terrific Twosome of Toronto

Known as The Terrific Twosome of Toronto, The Red Panda and The Flying Squirrel are the main heroes of the Red Panda Adventures.

Agents and Allies of the Red Panda

Agents of the Red Panda

The Red Panda has a large network of agents working for him. Each of his agents is given a number, they report to one of several "Contact men". The Red Panda's agents come from all walks of life, both criminal and legitimate.

Allies of the Red Panda

Not all of the people that assist the Red Panda and Flying Squirrel are formal agents, some are just allied to the cause of justice. Some allies of note include Dr. Theodore Chronopolis, scientist-in-residence at the Toronto Museum, Captain Tom Sunlight, A daring, high-flying, adventurer and Maxwell Falconi, international stage magician and mystic protector of the mortal realm.

Other Players

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Villains

The Red Panda has many enemies, some are supervillains with powers both magical and technological others are criminal gangs, diabolic cults and underworld mobsters. The world of the Red Panda is also full of Minor Criminals and Flunkies, some even work for the Red Panda as agents. From time to time the Red Panda and Flying Squirrel must fight Aliens and Extra Dimensional Creatures bent on taking over Toronto, Ontario.

Other Groups and Persons of Interest

Super Groups and Mystery Men

The Justice Union
An American team of superheroes working primarily out of New York. They operate out of the belief that the mystery men community needs regulations and order, otherwise they are nothing but dangerous vigilantes. Such a belief lends credence to the possibility that they are a government-sponsored, or at least government-sanctioned, team. Despite their focus on teamwork and cooperation, they have a somewhat contentious relationship with the rest of the superhero community. Not all of the reasons for this have been explained, but it is partly due to actions such as the Kirkhouse Resolution against Alternate Superteams. This led to an embarrassing confrontation in which the Society of Gentlemen Adventurers came out of retirement and, as the Red Panda put it, "handed you your big silly hats."
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The Society of Gentlemen Adventurers
One of the original groups of Mystery Men.[2] Though most are currently in retirement, the Red Panda tracked them down in order to have them teach him whatever crime fighting skills they possessed.
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The Council of Mages
A group of powerful mages. They police magical and otherwise supernatural events. [3]
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Newspapers

The Chronicle
A popular Toronto newspaper owned by the Red Panda's alter ego. In competition with The Sentinel for readership.
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The Sentinel
A popular Toronto newspaper in competition with the Chronicle for readership.
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The Telegraph
A Toronto newspaper.
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High Society

The Club Macaw
The upper class gentlemen's club that the Red Panda's alter ego is a member of. Under direction of the mayor, most of the important city officials are members so that he can have meetings without having to leave the club's opulent surroundings.
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The City Father's Benevolent Foundation
Officially a charitable foundation, but it's main function seems to be an excuse for the rich and powerful of Toronto to throw lavish parties without seeming wasteful. [4]
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References

  1. Taylor, Gregg. Red Panda Adventures episode 59: Sins of the Father. Podcast. dir. and prod. Decoder Ring Theatre. Toronto, ON. 2010
  2. Taylor, Gregg. Red Panda Adventures episode 17: Merlin's Tomb. Podcast. dir. and prod. Decoder Ring Theatre. Toronto, ON. 2006
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  4. Taylor, Gregg. Red Panda Adventures episode 7: Red Panda: Dead or Alive. Podcast. dir. and prod. Decoder Ring Theatre. Toronto, ON. 2006
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