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Collin the Speedy Boy is an American action-adventure superhero game series created by Oscar Hamilton (now deceased) and Tadaki Fujiyama, being developed by Iguana Entertainment (1993-1995), Infogrames Lyon House (1998-2003), Eurocom (2005-2011), WB Games Montréal (2013-2016) and Avalanche Software (since 2018) and published by Acclaim Entertainment (1993-1995), Time Warner Interactive (1995), Infogrames (1998-2003) and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (since 2005) since April 16th, 1993.

In 2018, shortly after Hamilton's death, Fujiyama departed from Warner Bros. and moved to Marvel Comics, with new projects based on the franchise being now supervised by Ryan Curcwald.


A teenager named Collin and his friends forms a team called The Omegas in order to fight the forces of Bryte with the help of the fingers and a talking opossum in the city of Magnum City.



  1. Collin the Speedy Boy (1993)
  2. Collin the Speedy Boy 2 (1995, first game with voice acting)
  3. Collin the Speedy Boy: Rise of Zane (1998, first 3D game)
  4. Collin Returns (2000)
  5. Collin and the Avians (2002)
  6. Collin: Spirit of the Dragon (2005)
  7. Collin: Heart of Darkness (2008)
  8. Collin: Eternal Seasons (2011)
  9. Collin: Mechanical World (2013)
  10. Collin: Prisoner Roundup (2016)
  11. Collin: Beyond Magnum City (2018)
  12. Collin: Wild Madness (2020)
  13. TBD (2022)



  1. Collin: Artificial Leagues (2017-present)
  2. The Saga of Collin (2019-present)
Collin X-Treme Sports
  1. Collin X-Treme Sports (2003)
  2. Collin X-Treme Sports: Recharged (2007)
  3. Collin X-Treme Sports: Full Blast (2013)
  4. Collin X-Treme Sports: True Instinct (2020)
Collin Sky Racing
  1. Collin Sky Racing (2006)
  2. Collin Sky Racing: Extreme (2010)
  3. Collin Sky Racing: Interstellar (2018)


  1. Magnum City Online (2011)
  2. Collin Speedy Trilogy (2013)
  3. Evelynn and the Avians (2014)
  4. Collin: The Five Shards (2015)
  5. Lego Collin the Speedy Boy: Bricked Up! (2017)




  • Flappy McFlighster (voiced by Billy West) - a TBD bird-like creature named Finger who is TBD.
  • Voodoo (voiced by Tom Kane) - a wise Finger who spends his time in his hut making potions.
  • Goof (also voiced by Rob Paulsen) - a hyperactive Finger who likes to goof off.
  • Handy (voiced by Phil LaMarr) - a hardworking Finger who builds and fixes things.
  • Lickity Split (voiced by Richard Steven Horvitz) - a TBD anteater who is often used as TBD.
  • Aurelie Olsen (voiced by Jennifer Hale) - Evelynn's rather annoying but kind best friend since they were children who works as a waitress at the Hungry Grub as she often TBD.
  • Ice (voiced by Elizabeth Daily) - a cheerful Finger who loves to make cold treats and do activities related to snow.
  • The Avians, consisting of:
  • Fashion (voiced by Vanessa Marshall) - a girly Finger who loves fashion.
  • Abygal (voiced by Lara Jill Miller) - a cheerful female dog who is Evelynn's pet and Cooper's love interest as she occasionally helps her owner to TBD.
  • Gina the Shrew (also voiced by Hynden Walch) - an intelligent female shrew who was rescued from Phantron by Collin and helps the Omegas by providing useful information, also finding Tommy rather annoying due to his immaturity, although she secretly finds him cute.
  • Stacie Aday/Mach-5 (voiced by Jessica DiCicco) - a TBD teenager who is a sky racer and pilots a TBD.
    • Mach-19 (voiced by Daran Norris) - a TBD robot who was created by Stacie to help her with TBD.
  • The Deltas, consisting of:
    • Elisha Preston/Miss Elastic (voiced by Jessie Flower) - a TBD teenage girl who can stretch TBD.
    • Ruffle (voiced by Clancy Brown) - a muscular pug who is able to break TBD.
    • Elizabeth Honour/Z. Knight (voiced by Danica McKellar as Elizabeth and Fred Tatasciore as Z. Knight) - a TBD young adult woman who disguises herself as a mysterious knight in order to TBD.
    • Chanus (voiced by Dan Castellaneta) - a goofy emu who can run at fast speeds and TBD.
    • Steel (voiced by Jim Cummings) - a stoic robot who TBD.
    • Charlotte Carlyle (voiced by Cristina Pucelli) - a sarcastic adult woman who serves as the Deltas' weaponsmith and provides them any type of weaponry they need.
  • Dr. Jack Kanoff (voiced by Rodger Bumpass) - a TBD scientist who TBD. He joins the canon in Mechanical World.
    • IM-38 (voiced by David Kaye) - a chill robot who is Dr. Jack Kanoff's assistant, but is rather lazy.
  • Courtnei Pearce (voiced by Nika Futterman) - a shy teenage girl who befriended Collin and his friends after TBD.
  • Jayden Letson (voiced by Alanna Ubach) - a TBD teenage girl who is Courtnei's girlfriend and works for Handy as his assistant while TBD.
  • Kaitlyn Wood (voiced by Kari Wahlgren) - an athletic teenage girl who TBD.


  • Bryte (voiced by Mary Kay Bergman from 1995 until her death in 1999 and Grey Griffin afterwards) - a vicious three-eyed bird who vows to conquer Magnum City, though her plans usually end up failing due to primarily her minion's incompetence and small bits of bad luck.
    • Eli (also voiced by Billy West) - a dimwitted three-eyed bird who is one of Bryte's minions.
    • Fang (voiced by Townsend Coleman from 1995 until 2008 and Eric Bauza afterwards) - a serious Finger who is another one of Bryte's minions.
  • Gurkha (voiced by Richard Moll from 1995 until 2008 and Keith Ferguson afterwards) - an aggressive velociraptor who likes to cause terror among others.
    • Sharp (voiced by Jeff Bennett) - a feisty T-rex who assists Gurkha, being his best friend.
  • The Elefish King (voiced by Keith David) - a TBD elephant-fish hybrid who is the king of the elefish and usually works along with Bryte.
  • Zane the Speedy Boy (also voiced by Quinton Flynn from 1998 until 2013 and Matthew Mercer afterwards) - a crazy criminal who has superhuman speed like him and is often regarded as his TBD.
    • Kelsie (also voiced by Kath Soucie) - a flirtatious woman who is madly in love with Zane as she constantly flirts with him.
    • Ugly (also voiced by Carlos Alazraqui) - an ugly Finger who is rather hotheaded.
  • Sheila Holland/Owl (voiced by Kat Cressida) - a TBD teenage girl who used to be part of the Avians until she was believed to be dead after a mission, with her blaming the Avians for supposedly letting her die when she actually TBD.
  • Grimlore (voiced by Steven Weber) - a ruthless and dangerous dragon who woke up from a thousand-year slumber after he tried to cause TBD and now plots to get revenge on the ones who sealed him into TBD.
  • Ziles (voiced by Khary Payton) - a nightmarish creature who is capable of causing TBD.
  • Jack Frost (voiced by Yuri Lowenthal) - a mischievous mythological figure who wants to TBD.
  • Aubrey Blackstorme (voiced by Lacey Chabert) - a vile android who took control of Kanoff Industries and uses TBD.
  • Sir Victor (voiced by Mark Hamill) - Bryte's ruthless father who mentored her into becoming the greatest villain of all time, as well as being responsible for the jailbreak at Nutbolt Prison and plots to TBD.
  • Jaidynn Quillen/Maxima (voiced by Mae Whitman) - a TBD teenage girl who is hunting for Collin due to abandoning her when she was kidnapped by Bryte and turned into a cyborg powered by a rare liquid fluid as she wants to bring him to his doom, although she eventually understands that it wasn't his fault and he tried to rescue her and is TBD.
  • Zarokia (voiced by Kimberly Brooks) - TBD


Critical response

This franchise received critical acclaim and is considered one of the most iconic Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment franchises, alongside Mortal Kombat, The Dinosaur Princess, Good Ol' Magic and Howler, being praised by critics and fans alike for its premise, its blend of action and comedy, its artstyle and its character development.

In addition, fans consider Mechanical World to be the best game entry in the series yet.

In other media









Comic books


See Collin the Speedy Boy/Merchandise.



See Collin the Speedy Boy/Tropes.


  • Evelynn is the only main character who is not a member of the Omegas.
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