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The Tick!
Gallery of Cartoon Henchmen

Arthurbot

The ArthurBot

The Evil ArthurBot is a robot build by Milo using Arthur's arms. I suppose he's The TickBot's sidekick, but both bots are essentially evil henchpeople for Venus.

Appearances: Armless but not Harmless

The ArthurBot has no lines.

The Bee Twins

The Bee Twins are the henchpeople of El Seed. They always act and speak in unison. They're pretty amusing and seem to be very supportive of El Seed's schemes.

Appearances: The Tick vs. El Seed, Bloomsday, Tick vs. Dot and Neil's Wedding

The Bee Twins are voiced by Pat Musick

Boils

Boils

Boils is a henchman that works for Chairface Chippendale. He battles The Tick in The Tick vs. Chairface Chippendale, but he doesn't have any lines.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Chairface Chippendale, Tick vs. Science

Boils has no lines.

Buttery Pat

Buttery Pat is the sidekick of The Breadmaster. He seems to be made entirely of butter, and that allows him to act as both a baking accessory and a weapon (picture an oil-slick). As far as sidekicks go, he's probably about the most cool (excluding Arthur of course...)

Appearances: The Tick vs. The Breadmaster, Tick vs. Dot and Neil's Wedding, Tick vs. Europe

Buttery Pat has no lines.

The Crease

The Crease

The Crease was a guest of Chairface Chippendale at his birthday party. He was seen hanging up a large banner when The Forehead returned with the stolen Geissman lenses, but he doesn't have any lines. Later, in Armless but not Harmless, The Crease makes a cameo as a customer of The Evil Eye Cafe when The Tick and Arthur visit to learn the location of The Enemy Awards.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Chairface Chippendale, Armless but not Harmless

The Crease was voiced by Kevin Schon in The Tick vs. Chairface Chippendale and Pat Fraley in Armless but not Harmless

Dean

Dean

Dean is another henchman of Chairface Chippendale. He is renowned for having the strongest hands in the criminal world, and at least once he uses them to squeeze The Tick's head. He doesn't appear often and as far as I know never has a line.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Chairface Chippendale, Tick vs. Science

Dean has no lines.

The Evil Arthur Clone

The Evil Arthur Clone

The Evil Arthur Clone was created by Thrakkorzog with the Clonerizer. He was created to try to get a tissue sample from the Tick in The Tick vs. The Uncommon Cold, and he successfully stole a used kleenex despite only being able to say "I Arthur!" Eventually, his head explodes into a tentacled monster, so I don't think he'll be back.

Appearances: The Tick vs. The Uncommon Cold

The Evil Arthur Clone was voiced by ? (I think Mickey Dolenz, who was doing Arthur those days)

Filth

Filth

Filth are the footsoldiers used by Lou Salazar, the Sewer Czar. He was going to use them to 'besmirch the city to its knees', but he made the Filth too smart and they realized that there was a symbiotic relationship between the Filth and the city, and they turned on him in the final confrontation.

Appearances: Tick vs. Filth

Filth was voiced by David Lander and Chuck McCann

The Forehead

The Forehead

The Forehead is the leader of Chairface Chippendale's henchmen. He steals the Geissman lenses and later battles The Tick, but he really isn't too interesting. He later appears in Armless but not Harmless where he dares The Tick to eat a kitten to prove he's evil, which was actually pretty hilarious.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Chairface Chippendale, Armless but not Harmless

The Forehead was voiced by Rob Paulsen

The Fortissimo Brothers

The Fortissimo Brothers

The Fortissimo Brothres are henchmen of Octo Paganini. They have the strength of 10 men (but as the Tick asks; is that five men each or 20 men total?)

Appearances: Tick vs. Europe

The Fortissimo Brothers are voiced by Philip Proctor

The Gingerbread Men

These evil little imps are the henchcookies of The Breadmaster. They are evil incarnate and despite their small size they are formidable opponants; at one point they capture Speak and use him as a battering ram to try to knock out Arthur. Unfortunately, though, they go stale after awhile and are rendered immobile.

Appearances: Tick vs. Europe

The Gingerbread Men had no lines.

The Mad Nanny
Meriam Brunch

The Mad Nanny is actually a babysitter hired by Brainchild's parents to watch him while they went on vacation. Charles wired her into a cyborg engine or destruction and used her to capture The Tick. She is eventually freed and paid for her time and effort...

Appearances: Coach Fussell's Lament

The Mad Nanny was voiced by Pat Musick

Milo

Milo

Milo is the wimply whipped henchperson of Venus. He is annoying and pathetic, but he does have a nice invention - shown in the picture to the left. His invention causes Tick and Arthur's arms to fall off and them Milo uses them to build evil robots; which was pretty funny.

Appearances: Armless but not Harmless

Milo was voiced by Gerrit Graham

Mucus Tick

The Mucus Tick is a Tick clone created by Thrakkorzog. He was the only clone made, even though Thrakkorzog planned to make vast armies of Tick clones to conquer the Earth. In The Tick vs. The Uncommon Cold Mucus Tick battles The Tick on the roof; it is one of the best battles in the Tick series. The end of the battle provides one of the most disgusting things I have ever contemplated; when The Tick inhales Mucus Tick through his nose and sneezes him out into the dimensional gate. Will he be back? Maybe.

Appearances: The Tick vs. The Uncommon Cold

Mucus Tick had no lines.

Professor Cromedome

Professor Cromedome

Professor Cromedome is your prototypical mad scientist. He invents weapons for Chairface Chippendale, and appears throughout the comics and cartoons. He does get a few lines here and there, which he delivers in an outrageous German accent. He reminds me of the professor from Dr. Strangelove

Appearances: The Tick vs. Chairface Chippendale, Coach Fussell's Lament, HEROES, Tick vs. Science

Professor Cromedome was voiced by Hamilton Camp

Rosebud

Rosebud

Rosebud is the muscle used by El Seed to steal the 400 Year Bloom in Bloomsday. Rosebud managed to beat up Arthur, but unfortunately for him, he is destroyed by a short aria from The Tick who was singing to the 400 Year Bloom to keep it from blooming in the "bad way".

Appearances: Bloomsday

Rosebud had no lines

Skippy

Skippy

Skippy is Brainchild's pet robotic dog. Brainchild built him after an unfortunate car chasing incident, and now for evil purposes Skippy's better than ever. Fortunately for the superheroes, Skippy's still a puppy at heart, and likes chasing his rubbre squeeze toy more than chewing on The Tick's head.

Skippy is rebuilt in Coach Fussell's Lament an is bigger and meaner than before, but he is punished by The Man Nanny.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Brainchild, Coach Fussell's Lament

Skippy was voiced by Roger Rose

Socket

Socket

Socket is one of the henchmen of The Deadly Bulb. For some reason, he talks like a surfer (Dude this and Awesome that) which makes him a prime candidate for a pummeling from The Tick, but he escapes his one episode, HEROES, with only minor injuries from American Maid. And no, I didn't use the same picture for Watt and Socket, they just look alike.

Appearances: HEROES

Socket was voiced by Paul Eiding

The TIckBot

The TickBot

The Evil TickBot was built by Milo using The Tick's arms. He goes on an epic crime spree for Venus until he is confronted by the real Tick at the Enemy Awards, and after some cajoling The Tick convinces his arms to beat the TickBot up.

Appearances: Armless but not Harmless

The Tickbot had no lines

Watt

Watt

Watt is one of the henchmen of The Deadly Bulb. For some reason, he talks like a surfer (Dude this and Awesome that) which makes him a prime candidate for a pummeling from The Tick, but he escapes his one episode, HEROES, with only minor injuries from American Maid.

Appearances: HEROES

Watt was voiced by Jess Harnell

Zipperneck

Zipperneck

Zipperneck is a henchman of Chairface Chippendale. He battles The Tick after stealing the Geissman lenses. First, he unzips his neck causing The Tick to recoil and shout "Unsightly!" and then he uses a ladder to crush The Tick's head. The Tick, though, eventually frees himself and throws Zipperneck into a brick wall.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Chairface Chippendale

Zipperneck was voiced by Pat Fraley


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