He is a young adult green iguana with green and yellow skin with yellow skin on his chin and chest. He is Angus Scattergood's height (approximately) and is quite slender. He has spikes resembling a Mohawk on his head.
- His design is similar to Reptile from the Mortal Kombat series of fighting games and Randall Boggs from Disney/Pixar’s 2001 animated film, Monsters, Inc..
- He is also very similar to Etemon from the Digimon franchise.
- They both consider themselves to be great singers, and often forces their minions to praise their terrible musics. However, they also beat them up when they dance to it.
- He is also very similar to Balthazar Bratt from the 2017 computer-animated film by Universal Pictures, Despicable Me 3.
- They both bent on world domination.
- He shares some similarities with Syndrome from the 2004 Disney/Pixar film, The Incredibles.
- Both are biggest fans of the hero (Mr. Incredible and Angus Scattergood) until they felt hurt and betrayed.
- Both became embittered and eventually descended into megalomania.
- He shared few similarities to Bodi. Both were fans of Angus Scattergood, both were optimistic and cheerful, and both felt hurt, humiliated and betrayed. However, Bodi never gave up while Augustus gave up.
- Both are idolizing Angus Scattergood.
- He shares some similarities with Plankton from the SpongeBob SquarePants franchise.
- Both have Napoleon complex.
- Both are tucked into the business (Augustus in mansion and Plankton in restaurant).
- Both are enemies of the protagonists (SpongeBob SquarePants and Bodi).
- Both are evil geniuses.
- He is very similar to Hades from the 1997 Disney film, Hercules.
- Both are comedic yet highly competent villains.
- His mouth design is close similar to Tamatoa's mouth.
- He is almost the same as Lots-O' Huggin' Bear from the 2010 Disney/Pixar film, Toy Story 3.
- They have tragic back stories that made them evil.
- They became deceptive and backstabbed the protagonists (Woody and Bodi).
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