Muscular Beaver is a comic book character whom Daggett idolizes. Dag dresses up as Muscular Beaver and gets into a mindset where he honestly believes he is his hero.

Monkeyman is the superhero of Hillwood. According to Mr. Green, he is a “mystery wrapped in an enigma.”

One of Monkeyman’s characteristics is that he inadvertently inserts the word “monkeyman” into his sentences. It would probably fall within the realm of a phonic tic disorder (which includes Tourette’s syndrome and chronic tic disorder).

In Champion City, would-be superheroes like The Shoveler, The Blue Raja and Mr. Furious can’t seem to make a difference and impress either the city or its greatest superhero, Captain Amazing. However, when Captain Amazing is captured by his greatest enemy, Cassanova Frankenstein, these stumblebum heroes must join with other superhero hopefuls to save the Captain and the city.

When off duty, Monkey’s personality is similar to Dee Dee’s and he is often seen playing with her in the laboratory, but when it is time to save the world, Monkey becomes extremely serious and heroic and risks his very life to ensure the safety of the world and those he loves. He is often paired with his sidekick and girlfriend Agent Honeydew on his missions, whom he cares deeply about, and appears to possess a psychic link with.

The Justice Friends are a group of superhero roommates who occasionally appeared in back-up segments of Dexter’s Laboratory. The Justice Friends are considered to be a spoof or a parody for DC Comics’ Justice League and Super Friends, and Marvel Comics’ Avengers.

Major Glory is a semi-effective, caped American hero given to over-dramatic, patriotic dialogue. He is a parody of both Captain America and Superman. His love for publicity and of the paparazzi can often present more harm than good.

Val Hallen is a guitar-wielding Viking god of rock with Southern Californian mannerisms. He is a parody of both the Mighty Thor and rock music guitarist Eddie Van Halen. Val Hallen’s guitar is his source of divine power.

The Infraggable Krunk (or Krunk for short) is an overgrown muscle-man with arrested mental development. He parodies both the Incredible Hulk and The Thing.

Artie — The Strongest Man In the World — is Little Pete’s personal superhero. He is very eccentric but quite powerful. For example, he can skip stones on Neptune, move an entire house by an inch, and hit a golf ball 300,003 yards. Artie is also one of the few adults Little Pete seems to have any respect for. His catchphrase is “For I am Artie — the strongest man… in the world!” His trademark word “pipe!” aggravates the adults of the community, and his favorite scent is the air let out from a car tire.

Batduck is one of Plucky Duck’s superhero alter-egos. He is an obvious parody of the DC Comics superhero, Batman, specifically, Michael Keaton’s interpretation of the character from Tim Burton’s films. He is often accompanied by his pig hostage—errr…sidekick, Decoy, played by Hamton, as a parody of Robin the Boy Wonder.

Freakazoid was created when Dexter Douglas (Freakazoid alter ego) inserted a computer code by accident. He was suddenly zapped in the computer and zapped, transforming into Freakazoid. His first real villain was the man who created the computer bug named Armando Guitierrez. He was convinced by police officer/chief Sgt Mike Crossgrove to become a super hero because chicks digs superheros.

Cow’s alter ego is “Supercow”, a superhero with superhuman strength, near-invulnerability, and the ability to fly. Supercow’s powers lie in a green blanket, and her costume is purple with a logo on the chest which slightly resembles that of Superman, but with a C instead of a S. Inexplicably, she speaks Spanish. Her catchphrase is “¡Supercow al rescate!” (“Supercow to the rescue!”) In the Spanish edition of the show, she speaks the catch phrase in English.

Starring…

The Flesh: He’s super strong and super naked.

Thunder Girl: She flies like thunder.

Stinky Diver: A former naval commando with an attitude as bad as his odor.

And Meltman: With the power to… melt!

I’m Superdude, the teenage superhero with powers that can make hamsters dance! I also enjoy stuffed animals, riding my bike on the beach, and talking on the phone long distance! And I’m so lactose intolerant that dairy products can hurt me!

Whenever a device, item, or piece of equipment broke in a household, workplace, or public area, Repairman (played by Kel Mitchell) appeared (usually by falling from the sky and crashing into something on the way like a ceiling, roof, or wall), claiming he could fix it. However, he usually ends up further damaging the article he intended to repair, finding other things in the vicinity to “repair,” and ultimately angering the owners.

Powered… Toast… Man! is a melodramatic and oblivious superhero of sorts and spokesperson for Powdered Toast, the breakfast treat that “tastes just like sawdust”. He possesses traditional superpowers (such as the ability to fly) and some decidedly non-traditional ones, like the ability to scrape toast shavings from his head. He can fly backwards, or at an angle.

Really Really Big Man is an extremely large insectoid superhero who stands 6’ 6” tall and wears a big red costume and a purple mask. His superpowers include flight, magic chest hairs to make rapscallions see the past, nipples that allow people to see their future (by attaching them to the eyeballs), and super strength. His alter-ego is a transvestite office worker named “Lois Lame.” His catchphrase is “Gaze into my nipples of the future!”

Damn you, new Superman movie, for overshadowing pictures of Doug’s Man O’ Steel Man!