LarryBoy is an American 3D-animated Christian superhero action-comedy web television series created for Netflix by Phil Vischer and Mike Nawrocki and produced by Big Idea Entertainment and DreamWorks Animation Television. It is also available on VeggieTV in USA, Japan, and South Korea, with upcoming Brazilian, French, Spanish and Cherokee dubs. There is also a proposal for Ojibwe, Navajo, Thai and Hindi dubs of the show. This series is a spin-off of VeggieTales, a Christian-themed video and film series starring anthropomorphic vegetables. Premiering in 2019, the series follows Larry the Cucumber as he balances his double life as a billionaire superhero while protecting the citizens of Bumblyburg. Each season consists of 13 episodes, with the season premieres and season finales being 44 minutes long.

Premise

Larry the Cucumber, billionaire owner of a plunger factory, secretly patrols the city of Bumblyburg as costumed protector LarryBoy. Aided by his trustworthy butler Alfred Asparagus, he keeps an eye out for crime in an effort to prove himself as a hero to critics who have described him as clueless or undeservedly lucky. But with high-profile criminals, potential supervillains and monstrous creatures lurking around every corner, LarryBoy will have to rely on a growing collection of allies and many important lessons in order to be that hero.

Season 1

Despite his best intentions, LarryBoy is often viewed as a goofball if not a menace to society. He struggles to win the support of Bumblyburg while also running a company. Alfred aids him by building devices for his missions and putting him into contact with skilled martial artist Bok Choy. Meanwhile, the police question LarryBoy’s methods and are split as to whether or not he’s good for the city. Captain Scooter Carrot in particular has been especially hesitant to trust him. But when a few of his detectives find themselves working with LarryBoy purely by chance, they uncover a major conspiracy that might be too big for the police to handle on their own. The conspiracy involves Bumblyburg being controlled from within by the Bad Apple, who has been planning an act of revenge for an ancestor of hers, Ephraim Apply, getting banished from the town years ago by its founder Obadiah Bumbly. Upon discovering her true intentions, LarryBoy and the police work together to take her down.

Season 2

LarryBoy is seen as a hero for defeating the Bad Apple and has become something of a symbol for Bumblyburg. His successes have even led to a small team of superheroes keeping a close eye on him, hoping to recruit him for his talents. But due to his growing pride, he would much rather work alone. And because of this, he constantly turns down their offer time after time. However, lurking in the shadows are a few new faces who, not unlike LarryBoy, also possess a bit of pride in their hearts: the Vicious Vigilantes, who would occasionally go around secretly delivering their own brand of justice before the Cucumber of Steel came along. And with the right offer, they could be persuaded to take out anyone they want. One resident who tries to gather as much information on them as possible is Callie Flower, the cub reporter for the Daily Bumble who’s quickly become a big fan of the city’s current protector. It all comes to a head when LarryBoy accepts the extra help he needs to defeat his new enemies, but perhaps someone else is pulling the strings from behind the scenes.

Season 3

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Season 4

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Season 5

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Characters

Heroes

  • Larry the Cucumber/LarryBoy (voiced by Mike Nawrocki):
    • A billionaire who owns a plunger factory while also defending the city of Bumblyburg as a superhero. He is often seen as an oddball, but possesses a pure heart and a silly personality. He lived in Bumblyburg for a long time, but was annoyed at how much crime had affected the city. He designed his own super-suit complete with plungers for ears and did what he could to lower the crime rate. LarryBoy uses the LarryMobile as his primary mode of transportation, but also uses his plungers to swing across town.
  • Archibald "Alfred" Asparagus (voiced by Phil Vischer):
    • Larry's best friend and trusted butler who assists him in his crime-fighting duties. He is usually the straight man in his friendly partnership with Larry and is a close friend to his family. He supplies LarryBoy with all of his gadgets, including the LarryMobile. Some of his hobbies include mechanical engineering and nuclear medicine, just to name a few.
  • Callie Flower (voiced by Stephanie Southerland):
    • A young cauliflower who quickly becomes LarryBoy’s biggest fan during his first year as a crime-fighter. She goes to Veggie Valley Grade School, but also works as a cub reporter at the Daily Bumble. Her love for mysteries had sometimes led to her getting roped into some of LarryBoy’s missions, usually giving him info on a case or even helping him out of a jam while keeping her identity hidden from him.
  • Junior Asparagus/Ricochet (voiced by Lisa Vischer):
    • A young kid with an appreciation for superheroes in general. He is curious yet very shy, often keeping to himself. He wants to go to Veggie Valley Grade School with his friend Callie, but is home-schooled because his parents are incredibly protective of him. Originally starting out as timid, he slowly gains more confidence while also becoming a tad more rebellious. He eventually proves himself to the point where he becomes a part-time member of the League of Incredible Vegetables.
  • Captain Scooter Carrot (voiced by Jim Poole):
    • The leader of the Bumblyburg City Police Department who has a habit of doing things by the book. Although initially hesitant, he develops a tremendous amount of respect for LarryBoy for his help in protecting the city. He is responsible for the creation of the Larry-Signal, which is used to contact LarryBoy in times of peril.
  • Mayor Blueberry (voiced by Stephanie Southerland):
    • A French blueberry who works as the mayor of Bumblyburg. She doesn't seem to trust LarryBoy entirely and often worries about having to clean up his messes. She usually puts the needs of the city before her own needs and will do what's necessary to protect it.
  • Wally P. Nezzer (voiced by Phil LaMarr):
    • The chief editor of the Daily Bumble. He is always looking for the next big story and has multiple sources on hand to help him find it. He is usually grumpy, greedy and stubborn but is also caring, loyal and brave.
  • Vicki Cucumber (voiced by Tara Strong):
    • A photographer who works at the Daily Bumble. She is very fond of her work and does everything she can to stay on top of her game. She is also a good friend of Larry’s, but is often mistaken as a love interest for LarryBoy.
  • Henry the Potato (voiced by Phil Vischer):
    • A potato who works at the Daily Bumble as a janitor. He shows little to no emotion and is usually very cynical.
  • Adele Pepper (voiced by Melissa Mabie):
    • A pepper who works as a news reporter in Bumblyburg. She has a rivalry with Mr. Nezzer and will occasionally battle him for news related to LarryBoy.
  • Fire Marshal Grape (voiced by Phil Vischer):
    • An elderly grape who works at the Bumblyburg Fire Department. He is devoted to his family and will do anything to keep them safe. He also works with the police from time to time to protect the city from trouble.
  • Dr. Glocken (voiced by Dee Bradley Baker):
    • An onion who runs the Bumblyburg Science Lab. He is an expert in nuclear medicine and nanotechnology and is willing to help assure the safety of the city, even if it means aiding LarryBoy.
  • Jimmy Gourd (voiced by Phil Vischer):
    • An short, orange gourd who works at the Bumblyburg Science Lab with his brother Jerry and his boss Dr. Glocken. He has an appetite for just about anything and is brash and talkative. Jimmy especially likes popcorn balls and corndogs, to the point temptation gets him and he steals popcorn from the movies.
  • Jerry Gourd (voiced by Mike Nawrocki):
    • A tall, yellow gourd who works at the Bumblyburg Science Lab with his brother Jimmy and his boss Dr. Glocken. He has an appetite for just about anything and is quiet and intelligent. He is also a big fan of science fiction.
  • Chris Radishfield (voiced by Roger Craig Smith):
    • A radish who works as a detective alongside his sister Claire.
  • Claire Radishfield (voiced by Stephanie Panisello):
    • Chris' sister who serves as a college student studying international law. She wants to fight alongside Chris, but people just sidelined her as a mere bystander. So she plans to prove herself by joining her brother and aiding him as he investigates Bumblyburg's most insane criminals.
  • Jill Kalentine (voiced by Michelle Ruff):
    • Chris's longtime partner in Bumblyburg's justice department. During her time at the academy, she's shown to be one of the most skilled officers in her class. She specializes in martial arts, firearms, and luck sometimes. With luck, she's able to get out of tight situations.
  • Leon Cannedy (voiced by Matthew Mercer):
    • Like Jill, he's an experienced officer who specializes in martial arts and firearms. But he doesn't rely solely on them. He has a knife at his disposal and will use it whenever he has the need to fight in close quarters. He's also got a lot of military experience by his side.
  • Ingrid Honeygan (voiced by Salli Saffioti):
    • One of Mr. Nezzer’s trusted sources in the resources department. She's in charge of tracking down any suspicious activities happening in Bumblyburg.
  • Mike Asparagus (voiced by Mike Nawrocki):
    • Junior’s father and Lisa’s husband. Very little is known about his life before moving to Bumblyburg, but he doesn’t like to talk about it. Whatever the reason, it’s caused him plenty of stress and the thought of Junior being put in danger because of “certain decisions” from his past is enough to make him pass out. This has led to him home-schooling his son to keep a close eye on him.
  • Lisa Asparagus (voiced by Lisa Vischer):
    • Junior’s mother and Mike’s wife. Much like her husband, she is very protective of her son and is often too worried to let him out of her sight.
  • Laura Carrot (voiced by Kira Buckland):
    • A very close friend to both Junior and Callie who goes to Veggie Valley Grade School. She personally thinks LarryBoy to be quite silly, but still finds him cool at the same time.
  • Herbert and Wally (both voiced by Dee Bradley Baker):
    • A pair of eggplants who always hang out together and attend Veggie Valley Grade School. Herbert is often the clumsy one while Wally is seen as overambitious. They are both good friends with Junior, who is usually seen as the straight man in their friendship. The two best friends occasionally try to cash in on LarryBoy's popularity by selling stuff to the other kids, but very few people fall for their tricks.
  • QWERTY (voiced by Mike Nawrocki):
    • An AI built by Alfred to assist LarryBoy in dire situations.
  • Bok Choy (voiced by Hoon Lee):
    • A retired superhero who once defended Bumblyburg and has since devoted his life to training various crime-fighters. He was hand-picked by his old friend Alfred to help LarryBoy become a better fighter.
  • The Dark Crow (voiced by Eric Bauza):
    • A professional superhero from Lollyhaven who takes his work very seriously. He initially considers LarryBoy a nuisance and thinks that he's not worthy enough to be a sidekick, let alone a superhero. Dark Crow has a financially rich, culturally diverse Brazilian-Portuguese family, with 4 adopted french grape siblings between ages 6-14 (with the youngest being Purple Shimmer). Dark Crow was adopted and raised in Barcelona, Spain by his parents until age 12.
  • Purple Shimmer (voiced by Grey DeLisle):
    • A young “slow-learning” 6 year old grape with autism, she is the youngest of Dark Crow’s 4 adopted French siblings. She can’t talk beyond a few words, but is very good at getting into small spaces due to her size, and at visually determining things, like what buttons to press on a motherboard, or chasing a villain’s directions and voice on the run. She is very loyal to her big Spanish brother, Dark Crow, and loves his home-baked Brazilian cheese buns (pao de quejo).
  • Grandpa Brigadeiro (voiced by Carlos Alazraqui):
    • Dark Crow’s grandfather, Grandpa Brigadeiro is named after a Brazilian confection made from cocoa and condensed milk. He works as a construction handyman, and is very kind and soft spoken.
  • The Scarlet Tomato (voiced by Phil Vischer):
    • The defender of Puggslyville who can fly and defy gravity. He can also shoot lasers from his head. He is shown to be rather redundant at times, and suffers from some depression at times due to low self esteem about his math abilities.
  • Lola Twizzle/Lemon Twist (voiced by Kari Wahlgren):
    • A respected superhero with the ability to create storms, strong winds and tornadoes. However, Lemon Twist can also be very prideful at times, and think she’s the top banana, even when she puts another hero down. Lemon Twist’s pride worries her twin sister, Katie Twizzle (a humble lemon lady) who works as a gardener in a flower nursery.
  • Ed Blinkenderfer/Electro-Melon (voiced by Fred Tatasciore):
    • A young doctor who was accidentally struck by electrical nexus and transformed into a large melon through emotional energy. Electro-Melon’s demeanor is similar to that of The Incredible Hulk from Marvel.
  • Hot Tamale (voiced by Carlos Alazraqui):
    • A hot pepper who possesses blazing breath and is a literal hothead. He can speak fluent Spanish, and caters to BCC’s students on campus with hot, freshly baked chimichangas (fried burritos).
  • Sweet Potato (voiced by Vanessa Marshall):
    • A masked potato with unbelievable strength and perfect white teeth. She has a reputation of being the most good-natured superhero in the world, however, her lack of popularity angers her.
  • Bubble Gum (voiced by Tom Kenny):
    • A celery stick with the power to stretch like bubble gum, hence the name.
  • Curtis Cornell/Gameboy (voiced by Richard Tyler Blevins):
    • A mushroom and a skilled gamer who developed superpowers and used them to fight crime.
  • Bob the Tomato/ThingamaBob (voiced by Phil Vischer):
    • A tomato who fights crime outside of Bumblyburg. He also works as a mechanic and has remained one of Larry’s friends since high school. He helps form the League of Incredible Vegetables.
  • Petunia Rhubarb/Vogue (voiced by Kira Buckland):
    • A rhubarb who fights crime outside of Bumblyburg. Originally going solo, she eventually joins the League of Incredible Vegetables and becomes one of LarryBoy's closest allies. She also harbours a slight crush on the plunger-headed hero.
  • Mr. Lunt/S-Cape (voiced by Phil Vischer):
    • A decorative gourd who works as a superhero just outside of Bumblyburg. He tends to be lazy and snarky at times. At one point in his life he became a superhero for hire so he could at least get paid more. But as a member of the League of Incredible Vegetables, he has a chance to be a better man.
  • Johanna Ronan/The Sodrano (voiced by Allegra Clark):
    • An energy drink who has garnered a lot of love from the citizens of Bumblyburg as an accomplished opera singer. But at night, when crime is nigh, she can use her hypnotic melodies to put her enemies into a state. She's very practical and prefers her opera dresses over spandex. She quickly takes a liking to LarryBoy and likes to work with him on occasion.
  • Pruneman (voiced by Troy Baker):
    • A former superhero who defended Bumblyburg a long time ago and has been retired for years. Since his younger years, he has always bold, patriotic and righteous. His legacy has been long forgotten since then, but he remains proud of all the good he did. Despite his old age, he is also sharp and quick-witted. His powers include shooting prunes from his large humanlike ears.
  • The Lepre-Prawn (voiced by Seán McLoughlin):
    • A green clad trickster hailing from Dublin. He tricks the corrupt out of their hard earned cash, then gives it to the people who need it. All he needs is a cauldron with his gold at his side, and a rainbow to trick his enemies.
  • Violet (voiced by Courtney Hope):
    • A mysterious young woman who wanders the streets of Bumblyburg at midnight. Only a full moon can summon her once or twice. She's lived in the city for many a millennia. She can be heard playing a mysterious melody on her viola. In fact, she may actually be a spirit maybe. No one knows for sure. She is willing to assist LarryBoy and other innocent souls now and then. She may even predict what's coming for Larry and everyone else. Because within the moon, she sees all.
  • Phil Winklestein (voiced by Phil Vischer):
    • A movie star known for playing fictional monster Frankencelery. He is still relatively famous, but prefers to be treated like every other person. While he is most well-known for playing a monster, he is in reality a very friendly soul. He and Larry are good friends and often hang out at social gatherings.
  • Buzz-Saw Louie (voiced by James Arnold Taylor):
    • An anthropomorphic toy with a fully-functional buzz-saw attached to his arm.
  • Private Eye Pietro (voiced by Robbie Daymond):
    • A collectible figure bent on solving any mystery no matter what it takes.
  • Aristocratic Alice (voiced by Brandy Kopp):
    • A grand high duchess toy who is treated like royalty. She may be fond of the most expensive things in life, but she's actually a genuine doll. She has a kind heart, a big appetite, and she cares very deeply about her subjects.
  • Air Force Able (voiced by Travis Willingham):
    • A toy aviator and an experienced dogfighter. Despite facing the horrors of war, he managed to pull through with a big smile on his face. He is also quite witty at best.
  • Percival Sorel (voiced by Zach Aguilar):
    • An action figure based on his appearance from the best selling action/adventure RPG game, "The Stage of History 7: Dawn of the Prince of Nightmares." In the game, he is a young warrior trying to rid the world of a dark vampire prince. He's an experienced swordsman and archer as well as a master of the elements. In the real world, however, his elemental abilities are basically useless. But that shouldn't stop him from facing anyone that gets in his way.
  • Daisy (voiced by Claire Corlett):
    • A golden retriever plushie who is insanely loyal to her companions. She can also be quite gullible at times. She's learned countless tricks from other dogs, and she can be a bit acrobatic when she wants to be. She also surprisingly likes chocolate. Her puppy eyes are enough to make anyone go crazy for her. But the worst thing one can do to her is push her over the edge.
  • Johanna Valjean (voiced by Tara Platt):
    • A white female knight chess piece in the form of a human. She's a master tactician and an experienced swordswoman. She can even use her armor to lay some damage on her enemies. She's also God's messenger and will provide support whenever necessary. She is a master tactician and can easily guide her armies to victory.
  • Brickanna Sudick (voiced by Anna Brisbin):
    • A carefree plastic yellow construction worker who gets along with a majority of people and can create anything she puts her mind into. Sometimes, she can go a bit overboard. But she's always willing to help anyone in need.
  • Elizabeth Belnades (voiced by Cherami Leigh):
    • An accomplished ballet dancer that sees a lot of beauty and innocence in the world around her. Although she's not a total damsel in distress, her moves actually come in handy in battle. She knows how to operate like a newly installed dancer placed in her box. However, she prefers to be free from her life of captivity. She wants to try to expand her horizons and really express her emotions through her movements.
  • First Officer Claude (voiced by Billy Kametz):
    • A high ranked nutcracker soldier in charge of leading Sugar Plum's armies. While he is an accomplished swordsman, he spends most of his time in fencing. He also has a crush on Elizabeth.
  • Arthur Klaus (voiced by Tara Strong):
    • A young and mischievous marionette puppet boy. He spent his life on strings, waiting for someone to play with him. But now he longs to be free. Furthermore, he believes that Christmas is about getting.
  • Whacko the Crazy Clown (voiced by Gabriel Brown):
    • A goofy circus clown that's just carefree as ever. But he never takes anything seriously. Whacko is a talented clown, but he doubts himself from time to time.
  • Liberty (voiced by Malinda Kathleen Reese):
    • A toy android who was built by Tobias to blindly dispose of any who stand in his way.
  • Stuntman (voiced by Jason Lei Rose):
    • An accomplished daredevil from Vegas willing to risk his life for anyone. He can get a bit reckless now and then. Some people don't know what he's capable of, and he plans to surprise them.
  • Randolph Morrison (voiced by Billy Kametz):
    • A young and lone monster hunter who's been renowned for slaying countless creatures in his line of work. While he may have inherited his skills as a knight, he branched out into other weapons. Swords, crossbows, revolvers, he comes fully equipped with everything a mercenary needs.

Villains

  • Eden “The Bad Apple” Apply (voiced by Cynthia West):
    • An apple who can be seen as the personification of temptation. She is a descendant of Ephraim Apply and secretly hopes to seize control of Bumblyburg as he once did. She is introduced during the first season as the assistant mayor of the city and claims that she wants nothing to do with Ephraim's history, but eventually reveals her true colors by tempting Mayor Blueberry into targeting LarryBoy. The Bad Apple is LarryBoy's most dangerous nemesis.
  • Curly the Worm (voiced by Tim Hodge):
    • A cunning con artist who serves as the Bad Apple's loyal partner. He has proven to be a genius in technology.
  • Colonel Corncob (voiced by Eric Bauza):
    • A former general who works as an entrepreneur. He has connections to the criminal underworld and is known for supplying fellow villains with special equipment as long as he gets cash in return.
  • Motato (voiced by Rob Paulsen):
    • A potato who works in the criminal underworld after being shunned by society as a child for the way he looked. He’s a well-recognized small-time crook who is usually aided by an army of radishes. He hopes to rise in the ranks and become a feared criminal like most of the supervillains that lurk in the city.
  • Alter-Ego (voiced by Mike Nawrocki):
    • A clone of LarryBoy that serves as a manifestation of his pride. Instead of wearing purple and yellow, he wears green and red. He is obsessed with taking his original counterpart’s place as the hero of Bumblyburg, as well as taking out enemies by any means necessary.
  • Aprilcot (voiced by Tress MacNeille):
    • A apricot with a rebellious attitude who enjoys terrorizing the citizens of Bumblyburg alongside an army of notorious thugs.
  • "Awful" Alvin the Scallion (voiced by Troy Baker):
    • A brilliant inventor who had his brain warped due to an experiment gone wrong. He went completely insane and landed in prison after committing acts of revenge. However, he would eventually escape and hide beneath the city of Bumblyburg. Vowing vengeance on anyone who wronged him in his life, he would adopt the nickname "Awful Alvin"—a name he was given as a kid—and even create his own partner in crime: Lampy, a non-sentient lamp with a crudely-drawn face on the shade. Alvin also has a deep appreciation for disco to the point where he has his own dance: The Villainous Dance of Villainy.
  • Edward Wiggins/The Alchemist (voiced by Jeff Bennett):
    • A chemist who accidentally got a pair of mechanical arms fused into his body after a freak accident at SproutCorp, a company of which he is the chief operating officer. His motivation is simply for his company to somehow own the world. He also has quite the ego, claiming himself as a mastermind. The Alchemist also works as somewhat of a mercenary on behalf of his boss.
  • Mother Pearl (voiced by Kari Wahlgren):
    • The mother of the Alchemist and the chief executive officer of SproutCorp. She is usually the true mastermind behind her son's plans and often refers to him as "Cubby", much to his dismay. She still cares for him and is always willing to bail him out when he gets arrested.
  • The Puff Pastry Mafia:
    • A gang of tattooed yakuza puff pastries in tuxedos, including a crossaint, a cherry turnover, an apple danish, and a pain du chocolat guy named Brix von Brisson (voiced by Xander Mobus). (“bris” is French for “breakage”) Brix von Brisson often breaks into buildings through glass windows or walls, before his gang beats up and robs customers inside a building. Every member of the PPM has his own motorcycle, tattoo, and helmet.
  • The Seven Deadly Singers: A group of singers who use their melodies to hypnotize victims into doing their bidding. Based on and named after the Seven Deadly Sins, each singer uses a different genre of music to accomplish this (i.e. jazz, pop, etc.). Two original members--Alphonse Carpenter and Maria Weisz (voiced by Daniel Emmett and Lindsey Stirling respectively)--abandoned the team to strike out on their own and use their skills for good instead of evil.
    • Leah McSeed (voiced by Reba McEntire): the leader of the group who represents lust. She's had a successful career as a country singer but she became so drawn to her desires that she couldn't let anything--or anyone, like her husband--go. She would develop the ability to hypnotize anyone into doing her bidding. This is a power that other members of the group have as well.
    • Ellen Soleil (voiced by Casey Lee Williams): the representative of wrath. She had to deal with harsh criticism, abusive parents, constant bullying and more. She initially looked to end it all, but she discovered rock after sneaking off to a private concert. Ever since that night, she vowed to exact revenge by making Bumblyburg deal with the same experiences she had.
    • Cristoph Mondego (voiced by Matthew Patrick): the representative of pride. He is a classically trained thespian in his prime. His performances in every production resonated with audiences worldwide. And his voice brought in so many women to adore him. He was always a trivial man and could never let go of his glory. So when he started losing his fame to other rising stars, he decided to do whatever he could to prevent that from happening...even if it meant sabotaging any opponent who gets in his way.
    • Clyde Pesci (voiced by Sal Valentinetti): the representative of envy. Originally working as a waiter at a local Italian restaurant, he became envious of his family as they were more successful than he was (i.e. his mother was a jazz singer and his father was a chef). He applied to be a vocalist at a local jazz club and everyone in the audience really liked what he had to offer. After saving enough money, he started up a little jazz group of his own. Consisting of the best instrumentalists, and three sassy backup singers, he'll soon be able to reach the apex of his power. He'll make his rivals envious of his craft.
    • Lorenzo Salazar (voiced by Benjamin Bratt): the representative of vanity. He wanted to go out to be a musician, but couldn't achieve that dream at a young age. He tried to write an original song, but people claimed he wasn't good enough. After nearly giving up in frustration, one musician passed away and never got a chance to sing her song. So her wish was to have someone carry on her legacy. Lorenzo did just that, and he got quite the crowd lined up. But as he began to suffer musician's block, he hired someone to hunt down other musicians and steal their songs and claim them as his own. So to this day, he's drawn in a false audience with his continued plagiarism. And he won't stop until everyone across the globe falls under his influence.
    • DJ Tempest (voiced by Laura Bailey): The representative of gluttony. She was quite an insane partygoer, and she just couldn't get enough of it. She wanted to be a DJ, but she couldn't afford the gear. Lucky for her, she was able to improvise. Since she's practically a technopath, she brought her own equipment wherever she went. After putting on a successful show, cash started flooding in immediately. But it wasn't the money she's after, it's the audience's love she craves most. And she won't stop until everyone falls under her influence. And should anyone fight back, she's got her own discs to retaliate.
    • Lorraine Hiiragi (voiced by Elsie Lovelock): the representative of greed. Growing up in the big city Shibuya, she already grew fond of everyone's culture over there. One day, she was offered a job as a pop star. And after her debut song, audiences poured all their cash on Hiiragi-san. She was destined for greatness, and she planned to take her music worldwide. Of course, the fame just went to her head soon after. Now she performs her latest song on Bumblyburg's stadium. And she's hungry for some monster cash.
  • The Rumor Weed (voiced by Cree Summer):
    • An mutated plant who spreads rumors to grow to unimaginable heights. She can multiply herself and she is also referred to as the "Mother Weed" when she grows.
  • Fibrilious Minimus (voiced by Dee Bradley Baker):
    • An intergalactic criminal who escaped to Bumblyburg to remain in hiding and has the ability to grow whenever he overhears someone lying.
  • Greta Von Gruesome (voiced by Jennifer Hale):
    • A zucchini viking who rules as the despot a small country north of the Bumbly Mountains called Zuchinnia. She inherited her father's wealth when she was young and bought whatever she wanted, but started stealing to the point where greed revolved around the choices she made. She has a soft spot for the Alchemist’s evil deeds, and often assists Awful Alvin, The Alchemist, Mother Pearl, and other villains.
  • Iceberg von Bingsu (voiced by Greg Baldwin):
    • A frozen head of lettuce, named after the Korean dessert of Bingsu, who loves everything cold and snowy, and hopes to freeze Bumblyburg into an Arctic playground and rule it with fear. He was accidentally frozen by a famous Korean scientist, and seeks to make life easier for himself by using fear as a weapon. He is usually accompanied by a trio of penguins named Eenie, Meanie and Michael. Iceberg von Bingsu has a soft spot for shaved ice with fruit syrup.
  • Dr. Arvin Flurry (voiced by Mark Steele):
    • A cowardly Swedish gourd who reluctantly works as Iceberg's assistant in exchange for freedom. While he fears his boss, he does respect the resourcefulness of the three penguins that also work for him.
  • The Milk Money Bandits (voiced by Phil Vischer, Mike Nawrocki and Brian K. Roberts):
    • A trio of criminals who occasionally steal money from others for their own benefit. They were on the run from the cops for months before ultimately getting caught by LarryBoy.
  • Outback Jack (voiced by Dee Bradley Baker):
    • An Australian supervillain who is an infamous explorer and treasure hunter. He is always accompanied by his boomerang and his trained pet rattlesnake, Jackie.
  • Chili Pepper (voiced by Jim Meskimen):
    • A gourmet chef with a fantastic taste in hot dishes, especially chili. He works alongside his assistant Coconut (voiced by Demetri Martin) and has a history with Hot Tamale. In this series, he is slightly based on Max Cady from Cape Fear, to the point where he sounds like Robert De Niro, who portrayed Cady in the film.
  • The Emperor of Envy (voiced by Alan Tudyk):
    • A cherry tomato with the superpower of shrinking to minimal size. He is often accompanied by his goons Frank and Jessie (both voiced by Dee Bradley Baker) and is very sensitive about his size.
  • The Virtual Vaudevillain (voiced by Matthew Patrick):
    • An NPC who resembles a harlequin jester. He is basically a virus to the gaming world.
  • The Media Merchant (voiced by Keith Silverstein):
    • A technopath and an experienced reality-warper who uses his knowledge as a VFX artist to commit crimes. He works alongside a group of disgruntled filmmakers who all hold a grudge against LarryBoy. His identity remains unknown; even the police can't figure out who he is.
  • SPECTRE (voiced by Amanda Cèline Miller):
    • An AI who was built by the government in Bumblyburg only to go rogue and turn to a life of crime.
  • Nightmare (voiced by Ray Chase):
    • A being in tight black leather who feeds on the fears of others and wants to turn the world into a living nightmare. He is accompanied by his Night Mares, an army of shadowy horse-like creatures.
  • Demetri Van Tepes (voiced by Crispin Freeman):
    • A vampire prince who can bring in horrifying creatures to fight alongside him. Despite working for Nightmare, he believes that he serves no one.
  • Josephine Hyde (voiced by Laura Post (Josephine)/Erin Fitzgerald (Hyde))
    • She's known as one of the most brilliant minds of her time. Her degree in science proved useful for Demetri's armies. Like most men and women, her genius is fused with insanity. As she's the last of the Hyde bloodline, she too suffers an alternate identity disorder. But she'd rather use her demented persona as her own weapon. Her strength isn't hers alone. When she's Josephine, she appears as a quiet, reserved and partially intimidated person. But when Hyde comes to play, she's demented, lethal and calculating to the core. She's a mistress when it comes to reanimation and reincarnation, as she takes deceased victims and transforms them into her own supernatural soldiers. Let's just say some parts of the human imagination are better left untold.
  • Rosemary Titania (voiced by Alexa Chalnick):
    • One of the council's most ghostly songstresses. Before she became the anonymous phantom she is today, she was once an accomplished young actress. Her voice entranced countless audiences across the globe, in a sense she could be a siren. What her heart yearned for most, was true love. Eventually, she would find her true love and eventually settle down somewhere quiet. However, one envious star would claim that man for her own. Out of envy, she would try to sabotage Rose's performance and kill her beloved. But ultimately, she died in his stead. Now her soul continues to haunt that same opera house. None of her co-stars have ever returned alive from her estate.
  • The Ringmaster (voiced by Billy Burson III):
    • An announcer who holds modernized gladiator-styled tournaments and has others fight each other for his own amusement as well as that of his audience.
  • The Mad Hatter (voiced by Chris Hackney):
    • A villain heavily inspired by Alice in Wonderland who lives up to his name. He is a skilled illusionist and has a secret partnership with the Bad Apple.
  • Lollipa (voiced by Xanthe Huynh):
    • A teenage lollipop who's into lolita fashion. She has a secret partnership with The Mad Hatter. She promotes her stores, invites her "clients" and the Hatter will do the rest by taking those poor civilians into Wonderland.
  • Jackpot (voiced by Reuben Langdon):
    • A world famous undefeated gambler in Bumblyburg who in reality is nothing more than a scammer. He merely tells the dealers to rig the games and scam innocent civilians out of their hard earned cash and drive them into going broke. He has a partnership with the Bad Apple, as they both represent temptation.
  • Wild Card (voiced by Elizabeth Maxwell):
    • The wife of Jackpot and a successful hotel countess who tempts innocent people into being offered the best luxury they can get their hands on. But she only wants to keep everyone trapped in her luxurious labyrinth. Much like her husband, she represents temptation and has a partnership with the Bad Apple.
  • The Sandwitches:
    • Pandora Panini (voiced by Olivia Colman): the leader of a trio of witches that sacrifices children to preserve their immortality. She specializes in the likes of potions and rituals.
    • Tuna Tallullah (voiced by Emma Stone): the siren of the group. She can control anyone by singing a hypnotic melody. She also possesses a childish personality.
    • Sloppy Jessica (voiced by Rachel Weisz): an experienced planner as well as a perfectionist.
  • The Maestra (voiced by Grey Griffin):
    • An experienced conductor from Great Britain best known for providing various symphonies in all sorts of gigs. She's managed to make enough money to start her own orchestra. But one night after a deadly accident, The Maestra began to develop an unusual power. She would manipulate electricity with her music. And not only that, she can also use her symphonies to control anyone who hears it.
  • Theodore Worthington (voiced by Christopher Corey Smith):
    • A politician who claims to want a brighter future for Bumblyburg, but secretly wants the city to suffer. He spreads misinformation and fear about its heroes, causing everyone to be thrown into a state of unease. And to add insult to injury, he's employed a few rogue criminals and broke them out when the citizens weren't looking. He's also hired a hunter to do his dirty work and under his orders, a team of senators have created a web of scandals across the city.
  • Tobias Toiler (voiced by Johnny Yong Bosch):
    • A toymaker who worked at Mr. Snappy's Toy Emporium as an apprentice only to get jealous of his mentor's success. He would open his own business and managed to make it more successful by stealing the ideas of Mr. Snappy from under his nose.
  • Raphael Turner (voiced by Maurice LaMarche):
    • An award winning horror author--and secretly a warlock--whose stories can literally suck the readers into them. He can also bring anything scary to life just by writing them down. He must garner a thousand souls to be immortal and should he fail to obtain those souls, he will fade away and be trapped in his own spell book.
  • SteamPunk (voiced by Robin Atkin Downes):
    • One half of the most advanced punks in Bumblyburg, he is an upper class gentleman with the greatest taste in technology. He is very practical with his tech and would rather scheme than attack with brute force. He's also a crafty inventor and con artist. Being the son of a successful craftsman in London, he's learned a lot from his work and can make anything.
  • CyberPunk (voiced by Max Mittelman):
    • One half of the most advanced punks in Bumblyburg, he is a rebellious teen with a nack for the most high-tech equipment. He prefers to fight head on instead of relying on strategy. But he is an expert hacker and technopath. With whatever high tech item he sees, he can turn them into his own weapon in the blink of an eye.
  • DecoPunk (voiced by Alejandro Saab):
    • The joint leader of the TechnoPunks' aquatic forces. In the roaring 20s, he was known to be an elusive phantom watchman to some of the people who dare cross him. He's a smuggling wizard and judo champion. After his time on serving the war, he decided to keep some of those old weapons and add them to his arsenal. His most trusted weapon is his trademark revolver, "Oculist." After nearing apprehension, Deco took an abandoned submarine and escaped just in time. The authorities never found him beneath the tides. So he decided to try to make his own luxury cruise liner to entice while trap unsuspected victims in his luxurious schemes. But Tesla found him beneath the ocean floor and led him back to the present. After hearing his proposal on rewriting history, he would be more than qualified lend his steel in battle.
  • DungeonPunk (voiced by Ben Lepley):
    • Growing up in the middle ages, he revered King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. He wanted to become a strong yet wise knight as well. As a young blacksmith, he spent his life not only crafting and repairing Camelot's most feared and powerful weapons and artifacts, but he also designed a few contraptions to help the Knights in their conquests. Camelot was on the verge of a new age. Arthur wanted to knight him for his discoveries, but Merlin saw darkness in his heart and cast him out. Crushed, this young blacksmith nearly gave up on the world. Until a certain enchantress granted him immeasurable power. By giving him a blade that replicated Excalibur, he not only felt more powerful, but the sword swallowed him completely. This dark knight laid waste to every village, kingdom and even realms to garner enough strength to kill King Arthur. Their war went on for eight years. Until the Lady of the Lake lent Arthur enough strength to send this demon into the furthest depths of the tides. Leaving behind every discovery he made as the world evolved soon after. Or so history told so until now, when DecoPunk found some way to configure his submarine to trek any allies, he found the armored soldier and brought him back to the team.
  • Silkpunk (voiced by Katelyn Gault):
    • She was once an esteemed empress in Feudal Japan. She genuinely saw beauty in the world. History was being preserved, new innovations were being created, she loved them all. Not only is she able to hold her ground with a blade, she's also perfected some mysterious arts and became a black belt in martial arts. After the Mongolians pillaged her once beautiful home, she had no choice but to flee, which led to her status being revoked. Fearful for her life, ClockPunk rescues her on the spot. She joins the TechnoPunks to restore true beauty to the world by erasing and restarting humanity.
  • Apunkalypse (voiced by Lucien Dodge):
    • He's one of the last survivors of the fallout. After the last nuclear missile struck down and wiped out Bumblyburg, he tried everything he could to survive. From killing any necessary beast for food, or finding the nearest water supply, he tried everything but it wasn't enough. He proves that he's an expert marksman. He comes equipped with a slew of firearms, but he favors his trusted crossbow and katana to help break through. Despite a limited water supply, Decopunk managed to find Apunkalypse and bring him back to the present. He told him that Larryboy's insolence could bring the fall. Believing that, he joined forces with Tesla and the other Technopunks for their conquest on rewriting history. His reason? He believes Larryboy's ignorance and zealotry killed his son during the holocaust. So he plans on correcting that mistake by striking down Larryboy before he does more damage.
  • Oceanpunk (voiced by Richard Epcar):
    • Formerly a ravenous cavalier on the high seas, now a suffering captain with cursed technology. Before he became the feared ravager the coasts know, he worked as Robert the Terrible's personal blacksmith. With his mind, Robert was constantly impressed by his designs. But as time went on, he vowed to continue crafting until every limb in his body gave out. Concerned for his health, Robert offered him a new body to preserve his life. Not only did he fully recover from his illness, but he became a more powerful swashbuckler. When Robert was arrested and executed, he sought to avenge his master. When Decopunk found his crew stranded in the middle of nowhere, he graciously decided to recruit him. With his newfound weapons and armor, he vowed to live up to his master's legacy, by erasing the very bloodline that ended him.
  • Clockpunk (voiced by Benjamin Diskin):
    • Once an esteemed scholar, he devoted his time into researching countless possibilities for the new era. He was inspired by Da Vinci to even create his own inventions. Fascinated by his discoveries, he continued to research everything. He designed automatons, catapults, his repertoire is expansive. One night, an accident occurred. While exploring a nearby clock tower in Florence, he found a mysterious orb. With a single touch, he felt a surge of dark power! With the power of time at his grasp, no error in history will go corrected. That is his vow.
  • Cattlepunk (voiced by Troy Baker):
    • Best described as one of the most deadliest, most advanced outlaws in the west, Cattlepunk is more tactical with his attacks. He's a skilled marksman, an agile rustler, and an overall tricky character to capture. He was recruited by ClockPunk to save him from the price on his head. And he's severely broke.
  • Drag Diva (voiced by Erika Harlacher):
    • A fashion designer and musician obsessed with perfectionism. She adopts from the typical male drag queen tropes and uses her own line of designs to give an intimidating look on her enemies. She's capable of using mind control as well. She can make anyone fall desperately in love with her. Also, she never lets a hair go out of place or leaves a single stain uncleaned.
  • The Con Artist (voiced by Janice Kawaye):
    • She's a close accomplice to the Drag Diva, and she specializes in creating the best cosplay attire. And not only is she a great cosplayer herself, all of her outfits perfectly replicate the character she creates! From the Vigilantes, to the Bad Apple and even Bumblyburg's most trusted defender himself! With the right materials given to her, she can have anyone blindly trust her.
  • Albert Whisker (voiced by D.C. Douglas):
    • An alcoholic cider who runs an underground organization in Bumblyburg. He used to be the head of Bumblyburg's law department. He wanted to try to lead the city to a brighter tomorrow. And every cop working for him believed him. But he was covering up something. He specializes in creating deadly viruses that could potentially destroy Bumblyburg. Should he infect the city with his projects, then everyone who caught his viruses will fall under Whisker's control. He can easily dodge incoming shots with grace, catch bullets like nothing happened despite not having hands, and is basically a black belt in almost every martial art he knows.
  • The Sadistic Sideshow:
    • A traveling circus filled with maniacal sociopaths bent on pleasing their audience by any means necessary. Led by ringmaster Diablo (voiced by Xander Mobus), they select random citizens to partake in the stunts they perform only for those people to disappear.
  • Daniella Churchill (voiced by Brittany Cox):
    • One of Bumblyburg's most accomplished scientists, an expert programmer and general creator of QWERTY and SPECTRE. She's Alfred's former classmate in college. It was thanks to their fascination with tech and general peace with the world, they hit it off quite well. But as Worthington stepped into her life, he hired her as his lead scientist and head of security. Johannes worked as her partner. Both of them were envious of Larryboy's accomplishments. But she started to lose it. She would eventually lose all common sense and turn SPECTRE into Bumblyburg's true god. And she'll act as her personal messenger. She traded her heart in exchange for recognition. Thus, also resulting in her new, yet sadistic behavior.

Anti-heroes

  • Alphonse Carter and Maria Weisz (voiced by Daniel Emmett and Lindsey Stirling):
    • Former members of the Seven Deadly Singers who represented sorrow and are good friends. Having gone through hardships such as being cut from an international talent competition, they applied to join the Deadly Singers so they could bring sadness wherever they went. However, the audience actually felt a connection with the two of them. They didn't control the audience or use a gadget to make them slaves. So after that, Carter and Weisz left the Singers and started to pursue a path of their own. The other singers didn't take the news so well. The other singers wanted Alphonse's voice. They feel like if they took control of him, everyone across the globe will wind up eternally depressed.
  • The Vicious Vigilantes:
    • Janine Mara/The Black Cello (voiced by Katherine Langford): the leader of the vigilantes and a social outcast on society, not unlike her teammates. She's an aspiring cellist who has fantastic taste in music. With a few strokes of her cello, she can blast massive sonic soundwaves and push her enemies back. Once she taps into her inner power, she's unstoppable.
    • D'Angelo Black/The Arsenal Assassin (voiced by Liam O'Brian): the weapons master of the team. He specializes in storing the most crazy weapons he can get his hands on. From blades to firearms and explosives. The list goes on. He's all in for fighting close quarters and far away. The crazy part? He never misses.
    • Morgana Shirogane/The Techie Trekkie (voiced by Erica Lindbeck): The tech expert and navigator of the group. Her father was a successful engineer in providing the most up to date tech in Japan. She wanted to be like him. So she crafted all sorts of crazy devices in her spare time and take her machines to the streets and ravage every criminal she sees.
    • Raphael Bronzewing/The Elemental Anomaly (voiced by Phil LaMarr): The master of the elements on the squad. He's a little more introverted than a few others. Let's just say he's more of a collector if you will. Growing up, he wished to be a scientist. With his contributions, he thought he would change the world with his experiments. But like most scientists I know, his mind was mixed with insanity. After an experiment gone wrong, he gained the powers to control the laws of nature. And he disposed of those who saw him as a threat.
    • Lena Ayana/The Precise Panther (voiced by Tara Platt): the experienced spy of the group. In Russia, she spent her time as a rhythmic gymnast. She grew to be the next big star. She went on to compete in the olympics and win so many awards afterwards. She's also an experienced martial artist as well. From Kendo, Judo, Kung Fu, she's learned it all. Even a disarming technique called systema. She's an accomplished master of disguise too. Once she encounters a familiar face, she snaps a photo and becomes that person. She's an expert in dealing firearms and wields a good whip to boot. Judging from her attire, she seems to be the more tricky member of the group.
    • Daniel Cotillard/The Artist (voiced by Yuri Lowenthal): an award winning artist from France. He's done time. His mind just can't be contained. Whenever he has an idea, he unleashes it. And not just debut it to the public, whatever he designs, becomes real. He's learned every form in the art of design out there. From traditional paintings, to graffiti, to storyboards, anything goes. No one can stop the creative mind that is Cotillard.
  • The Animator (voiced by Rob Paulsen):
    • A highly animated madman with the ability to break the laws of physics. He is a crazed psychopath who just wants to have fun.
  • Paige Allen/Oblivion (voiced by Laura Bailey):
    • Originally a rising officer for Bumblyburg's law department, her life took a dark turn when her sister was killed in the line of duty. She swore that the one responsible for her death would pay. Theodore Worthington took advantage of this and would provide her with the most high tech weaponry. She is equipped with all sorts of weaponry (i.e. shotguns, katanas, etc.), but her favorite weapons are her electric batons. She is also a stealth wizard. Not only can she use her bracelet to erase any and all tracks left behind, but she can also use her visors to scan anyone in her sights and take their form, making it easier to blend in. Not only has she become one of LarryBoy's most merciless foes, but she also has her sights set on another member of her family.
  • Tyler Allen (voiced by Joe Zieja):
    • The brother of Oblivion as well as the leader of a resistance camp that consists of everyone that Bumblyburg's ever mishandled. Tyler has issues with the government, as his father was killed in the line of duty. So his goal is to overthrow the current candidate running as Bumblyburg's president. Once he finds him, he'll go out and expose what he's really done to everyone in the past.
  • Johannes Sera (voiced by Matthew Mercer):
    • A very skilled detective hired by Mr. Nezzer to investigate crimes in Bumblyburg. Unbeknownst to everyone, he secretly works as a spy for the Bad Apple.
  • The Phantom Highwayman (voiced by David Vincent):
    • A mysterious huntsman who always leaves his trails covered, never to be discovered by anyone who dares challenge him. He captures various rogues across Bumblyburg and turns them in to the authorities himself. He comes equipped with a claymore blade and his trusted duo flintlock revolvers. He can outclass any enemy simply by mimicking their traits and using them against them. He also comes equipped with a grappling hook.
  • Road Rager (voiced by Jonathan Young):
    • Once a successful bounty hunter now turned lone biker of the desert, he was bent on searching for the one that destroyed his home. He's an expert marksman, swordsman and general martial artist too. So he's got his work cut out for him. He has his eyes on Theodore Worthington, who's suspected to have hired a league of soldiers to destroy his home. Despite not trusting anyone, he makes an agreement with Larryboy, because Worthington will stop at nothing to try to destroy Larry's reputation.

Episodes

Season 1

  1. That Hero! (44-minute special) - Larry goes through the process of becoming a superhero just as the crime rate slowly starts rising. The episode focuses on the call to be different, and not to participate in acts of wickedness.
  2. No Matter How You Slice It - The folks of Bumblyburg have different opinions regarding their protector, and LarryBoy wonders if his heroic duties mean anything if few people trust him. The story focuses on self-esteem.
  3. Steamed - LarryBoy's goofy personality is slowly getting on Alfred's nerves and it could come at the cost of Bumblyburg if neither of them get their act together. The episode teaches a lesson in patience.
  4. Cuke or Kook? - The kids of Veggie Valley Grade School have to do reports on someone in the community, and Callie gets stuck with Larry. But maybe learning about the plunger factory won't be so bad...unless a new foe known as the Alchemist has anything to say about it. The episode deals with judging others.
  5. My Friend, the Butler - Larry is convinced that Alfred feels unappreciated for his efforts and invites him on a mission, but is that really the problem's best solution? The episode teaches a lesson in friendship.
  6. The R-Files - The police force is split when it comes to LarryBoy’s methods. Chris and Claire Radishfield, along with a few of their fellow officers, try to prove how useful they are by challenging themselves to solve a case before LarryBoy does. This is Claire’s first big mission, so she finds herself with everything to prove. The episode features a lesson in courage.
  7. Something Awful This Way Comes - A dangerously unstable criminal escapes from prison and sets his sights on the ones who got him locked up in the first place. And the closer LarryBoy gets to finding him, the bigger the target on his own back. The episode teaches about dealing with anger.
  8. Suit Up - Callie fantasizes about being a superhero after getting saved from danger, but it may not be as fun and simple as she assumes. She ends up getting slapped with meatball subs at a basketball court! The episode focuses on thankfulness, and accepting your faults.
  9. I, Yambot - When LarryBoy is targeted by a bounty hunter with an unclear agenda, the Radishfields must put aside any issues they have and help him any way they can. The episode's lesson is helping others, and reproving unfruitful works of darkness.
  10. Rotten to the Core (44-minute special) - LarryBoy has to work with the police force to uncover the truth when the mayor is coerced into targeting him by someone anonymous. Later, there is a mass fried egg shooting at a local Italian restaurant, Di Calzone, where customers got slimed with buttery fried eggs by an angry Catholic eggplant waiter (related to Herbert and Wally). The episode teaches viewers about dealing with temptation, and to not take heed in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead reprove them. Larry also tells the waiter that Mary was a sinner just like me and you.

Season 2

  1. Alter-Egomaniac (44-minute special) - After an accident with a machine that the Alchemist built, LarryBoy soon finds himself hunting down Alter-Ego, a clone bent on being superior to his original counterpart in every way, to the point of giving criminals more punishment than they deserve. The episode's lesson is controlling your ego, and to not let your thoughts control you.
  2. Outback Jack Attacks - An Australian supervillain obsessed with shrimp is on the hunt for a mysterious treasure hidden somewhere in Bumblyburg, forcing LarryBoy to form an alliance with former superhero Pruneman. The episode focuses on respecting the wisdom of your elders.
  3. Sour Onions - Mother Pearl, the head of a rival business known as SproutCorp, issues a challenge to Larry: whoever makes the most money by the end of the month buys out the other's company. It seems like a fair deal until someone starts causing trouble for the plunger factory. The episode deals with cheating.
  4. Hidden in the Shadows - A group known as the Vicious Vigilantes has been protecting Bumblyburg for a while, but have been feeling upstaged since LarryBoy came into the picture. Their mission to get more recognition leads to them crossing paths with a virtual jester with big plans for the city. The episode deals with self-doubt.
  5. Haven't You Heard? - A weed inadvertently gets mutated while overhearing a rumor getting spread, and uses her newfound abilities to wreak havoc upon the city. The story teaches a lesson in the power of words, and to try to speak only of good things.
  6. Hail to the Emperor - The Emperor of Envy plans to make everyone in Bumblyburg weak with jealousy so they'll be too distracted to stop him from taking over. LarryBoy and Alfred must work with whoever hasn't slurped a tainted slushee. The episode deals with envy.
  7. Super Smash Veggies - When citizens are forced to fight each other in a new stadium that appeared in the city overnight, LarryBoy and the cops are on their own separate journeys to uncover the truth. The episode teaches a lesson in self-control.
  8. The Invincible LarryBoy (44-minute episode) - Larry seeks an idea to invent something useful for the Police so Bumblyburg will be safe, while doing other tasks such as creating a Story in a form of a Comic Book. (Note: This episode is dedicated to Stan Lee).
  9. Untitled Motato episode - Motato is desperate to make himself look like a legitimate threat to LarryBoy, but he can't even strike fear in the hearts of children! Lesson: TBD.
  10. The League of Incredible Vegetables: Unleashed (44-minute special) - LarryBoy, Pruneman, ThingamaBob, Vogue, S-Cape and Gameboy all join forces to bring the fight to the Vicious Vigilantes. Meanwhile, Callie and Junior have gotten involved in their own investigation only to get captured, but their abduction might be the key to helping Bumblyburg. The episode teaches about teamwork.

Season 3

  1. A Class of Their Own (44-minute special) - LarryBoy is approached by his mentor for a chance to meet other superheroes, but is excluded by a few of them for being seen as a second-class citizen. Unbeknownst to him, a gourmet chef is cooking up a scheme that could destroy Bumblyburg beyond repair! The episode talks about how everyone is important in God's eyes.
  2. Secrets and Lies - An alien from outer space named Fibrilious Minimus lands in the city overnight and can grow to massive heights whenever he overhears someone lie. And this could permanently damage Junior’s family, as the boy’s parents have been lying to him about something serious. The episode deals with telling the truth.
  3. Cold as Ice - The kids don't want to go to school on such a warm day, and this ropes them into the clutches of a madman who wants to freeze Bumblyburg solid. The episode teaches viewers that you stop growing if you stop learning, and not to harden your hearts against wisdom.
  4. The Seven Deadly Singers - When the residents of Bumblyburg start mysteriously getting hypnotized, LarryBoy and Alfred must find the ones responsible while also trying not to succumb to the spell themselves. This episode would be a musical.
  5. Dare to Dream - The residents of Bumblyburg have been feeling restless over the past couple of days and it's affected everyone negatively. It is soon discovered that there is a very dark truth behind the madness. The episode talks about handling fear.
  6. The Social Netjerk - TBD.
  7. Who's Laughing Now? - A troublemaker has been annoying the residents of Bumblyburg with imaginable antics. The cops try to have him arrested, but LarryBoy feels as though he's not being intentionally malicious. The episode teaches a lesson in taking responsibility for your actions.
  8. A Smooth Larrminal - The Puff Pastry Mafia is coming to Bumblyburg along with an army of Bodyguards riding their Vans and Motorbikes for something suspicious and they will kidnap the younger citizen's parents. With extra demonic yakuza tattoos on their skin and plans to give them their foods and money for eternity! (Note: This episode is dedicated to Michael Jackson, as it will have a modified cover of Smooth Criminal called Smooth Vegetable).
  9. Malice in Wonderland -
  10. Enter the Dark Crow - LarryBoy begins a dangerous mission when a villainous dictator named Greta Von Gruesome starts stealing every valuable item in the world, but the Dark Crow is also on the hunt for her. The episode teaches a lesson in greed, and to not put your joy into material objects more than Christ.
  11. Veggie in the Mirror
  12. Untitled LarryBoy/Ricochet team up episode (44-minute special) - Mike gets captured by a face from his past after his run-in with the Fib makes it on the news. Junior goes to LarryBoy in hopes of getting revenge on his father’s captors, but his desperation could lead down a path from which there is no coming back. The episode deals with the consequences of revenge.

Season 4

  1. Make Bumblyburg Great Again (44-minute special) - Mayor Blueberry has a brand new rival in the form of Theodore Worthington, a politician who claims that he'd be better in charge of Bumblyburg. And things don't get much easier for her, the police or even LarryBoy when chaos ensues and somehow the citizens become convinced that their so-called "protectors" haven't done enough to protect the city. The episode shares a lesson in manipulation and how it's wrong.
  2. A Shimmer in the Dark - The Dark Crow trains his younger sister Purple Shimmer so she can join her siblings in patrolling the town of Lollyhaven. Lesson: TBD.
  3. The Sinful Symphony -
  4. The Maiden of the Blood Moon -
  5. Don't Toy With Me! -

Season 5 (Untitled Final Season [Possibly] with Ongoing Story)

Locations

Gallery

Notes/Trivia

  • The series can be seen as a reboot of Larryboy: The Cartoon Adventures. In addition, it uses elements and characters from the aforementioned series as well as the original LarryBoy episodes such as the intense Elfman-inspired background music.
  • The show takes inspiration from other animated superhero shows such as Underdog, Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures, Darkwing Duck, Batman: The Animated Series and The Spectacular Spider-Man.
  • Characters like Larry/Larryboy, Mr. Nezzer, and Archibald (and all original VeggieTales characters) will be animated based on their original/classic character design (1993-2013 style).
  • Not every episode revolves around LarryBoy fighting crime. Some episodes focus on other characters, whether they be other citizens like Alfred and Junior or even villains like Motato.
  • Some of the original VeggieTales characters have their original voices for this series (Lisa Vischer, Cynthia West, etc.). However, there are a few exceptions:
    • Mr. Nezzer returns for this series, but is voiced by Phil LaMarr instead of Phil Vischer.
    • Dee Bradley Baker replaces Tim Gregory as the voice of the Fib.
    • The Rumor Weed is voiced by Cree Summer instead of Gail Freeman-Bock.
  • Some of the lesser-known VeggieTales characters make appearances in this series, such as Frankencelery and the rest of Pa Grape’s family.
  • With the exception of Herbert and Wally, characters who originated from Larryboy: The Cartoon Adventures have new voice actors.
  • Some of the original characters have new portrayals similar to those of certain comic book characters in the superhero genre.
    • Larry owning a plunger factory is based on the occupations of Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark.
    • Callie‘s role as one of LarryBoy’s allies is based on the roles of Oracle from the Batman: Arkham games, Ben Urich from the Daredevil franchise and Jimmy Olsen from the Superman comics.
    • Pruneman shares similarities with Captain America and Batman (specifically the portrayals in Batman Beyond and the 60’s television series for the latter superhero). In this series, he is a heavily patriotic elder who fought crime in a more lighthearted era.
    • While he hasn’t changed drastically from his original counterpart, Awful Alvin borrows inspiration from the Joker and the Green Goblin.
    • The portrayal of Colonel Corncob is similar to that of Marvel villains Tombstone and the Kingpin.
    • The series’ iteration of Motato borrows inspiration from Marvel’s Hammerhead and DC’s Penguin.
    • Yambot is similar to Star-Lord from Guardians of the Galaxy and the Gotham iteration of Victor Zsasz.
    • Iceberg was already a parody of Mr. Freeze/Blizzard, but in this series, Dr. Flurry builds him a metal suit--it comically resembles a snowman--to keep him cold.
  • Some of the already existing characters are seen sporting new looks.
    • While LarryBoy still wears his classic super-suit from the original VeggieTales series, there are minor additions. He has gadgets within his utility belt (as a nod to the short-lived 2D series) and sometimes uses a long, retractable cape for extra stealth (as a nod to both the 2D series and the LarryBoy and the Bad Apple PS2 game).
    • Instead of wearing the green supervillain outfit he wore in VeggieTales in the House and VeggieTales in the City, Motato is often seen donning a green suit and tie.
    • Alter-Ego originally had an inflated head which represented LarryBoy’s ego. In this series, his head is instead the same size as Larry’s. He can also speak in full sentences.
  • While Dr. Flurry was the main antagonist in The League of Incredible Vegetables, he is instead a reluctant villain in this series and would rather be doing something more helpful. He only works with Iceberg to avoid getting frozen.
  • Some of the already existing characters within the VeggieTales franchise have had their personalities altered from those of their original counterparts:
    • The personalities of Herbert and Wally have been altered to make it a little more fitting for the series and to avoid being too similar to Jimmy and Jerry Gourd. They can even be easily compared to Ed and Eddy from Ed, Edd 'n Eddy, with Junior being the "Edd" in their partnership.
    • Changes have been made for both Motato and Awful Alvin due to the many similarities they have (personalities, occupations, etc.). In this series, Alvin is a brilliant yet insane supervillain with an obsession for attention while the deformed yet much saner Motato is more of a small-time crook in comparison, but likes to do his work in the shadows and has an established connection with the criminal underworld.
    • Yambot is not as crazy as he was in VeggieTales in the House. He is instead a bit more serious but still rather immature.
  • Much like in LarryBoy and the Rumor Weed, every episode of this series ends with LarryBoy and Alfred in the LarryCave giving the viewers a moral and a Bible verse.
    • Because of this, a plan to use the superhero class from the 2D series was abandoned due to it serving the same purpose (giving viewers a moral and a Bible verse). However, certain superheroes from the aforementioned spinoff still make appearances.
  • Some of the LarryBoy books are adapted into episodes with a few changes.
  • While the League of Incredible Vegetables exists in this series, they are not too prominent as the series is meant to focus more on the titular hero’s solo adventures rather than the entire team.
  • Gameboy being a mushroom is a reference to the mushrooms featured in the ever popular Super Mario franchise.
  • As a running gag, Vicki Cucumber is falsely mistaken for a potential love interest for Larry. This is a reference to the typical love interests for other fictional superheroes (i.e. Lois Lane to Superman). In an attempt to move away from that trope, the writers instead made Vicki a friend of Larry’s.
  • Larry quickly develops feelings for Vicki, but she would rather accept him as a friend and prefers LarryBoy over him. He eventually accepts this and develops a friendly relationship with Petunia that inevitably turns to romance later on.
  • The opening theme is a modern and updated cover of the original LarryBoy theme song, in a similar fashion to the 2017 DuckTales series. It is sung by Janelle Monáe.
  • The show is more serialized than Big Idea’s other programs, to the point where each season involves an overarching lesson often featured in the premieres and finales (i.e. S1 focusing heavily on answering the call and S2 mainly dealing with pride).
  • The series is said to be a slightly darker interpretation of the LarryBoy franchise for the old-school fans while also remaining lighthearted and comedic enough for the newer generation.
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