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This is a list of The Wacky Pack characters appearing in the original comic book series, television series, and the 2011 movie (as well as its sequels and spin-offs).

Main charactersEdit

The Wacky PackEdit

The Wacky Pack is a group of imaginary friends that consists Roge, Leno and Cole and the main characters of the series of the same name. However, their brother and scientist/inventor Loy is not actually one of the members of the group, although he's one of the main characters of the series. They first appeared on Geo G's children's book Can You Be So Wonderful? in 1984. Then they later appeared in the first issue of The Wacky Pack by Dark Horse Comics in September 1987, where Roge, Leno, Cole, Loy, and the lars were transported to Earth from the dying planet of Wackizia. They had been helping as a partnership with Gabriel Garcia since he was a baby on the November 2000 issue of The Wacky Pack.

The Wacky Pack, Loy, the two lars Jim and Tom appear as playable characters in the fighting game Geo LTD. All-Star Fighting and its upcoming sequel.

Character DevelopmentEdit

The Wacky Pack was first conceived after Geo G's comic strip Geo's World was syndicated in 1981. Originally, the group was supposed to have six members, but Geo wanted to make the group smaller, which instead had three members. Geo came up a name of the group, called It's The Wonder Squad!. Other rejected titles for the group include Epic Team, Crazy Group, Team Ron, Three Cool Guys and Ron, Co. Geo then also came up the names "Ron, Don and Jon" (original names for Roge, Leno and Cole) for the three members as a temporary name for the starring characters. The name was never meant to be final, due both to the name sounding "too twiny." The characters were effectively small, imaginary white human boys by August 1982, finally retitled The Wacky Pack, but were still referred to as "Ron, Don and Jon" because final names had not been formulated yet. Geo chose to base Ron as a "awesome, wacky and intelligent leader of the group", for Don as "annoying and rude" and for Jon as the "youngest one who is scared of anything like spiders, etc."

TheWackyPackFirstSketch

The first sketch of Roge, Leno and Cole (known as Ron, Don and Jon at the time)

On March 5, 1983, Geo drew the first sketch of Ron, Don and Jon. Liking how the sketches looked, Geo later came up another character named "Loy". Geo stated that "Loy" was chosen because of its similarity to the Major League Baseball pitcher Loy Hanning, who was one of Geo's favorite baseball players. Geo then describes the character as "the group's brother and a boy genius." He later drew a sketch of Loy on that same day. Geo then had a idea to make characters that describe as "small, cute, funny, imaginary elves with little self-control who work for the group." They were originally just simply named as elves but Geo wanted the name more funnier, which he later called them "Lars", although Geo said that the name Lars is actually a common male name in Nordic and German-speaking countries. However, Geo later heard that the name "lar" is actually the name for the lar gibbon, a primate in the gibbon family Hylobatidae. Then Geo ignored it and kept the name.

In November 1983, Geo decided to finally rename the characters Roge (his name comes with a village in the municipality of Požega, western Serbia), Leno (his name comes with the surname of the famous talk host Jay Leno), and Cole. The characters (including Loy and the lars) first appeared on Geo's children's picture book Can You Be So Wonderful? in 1984. In 1986, at the time Dark Horse Comics was founded, Geo announced that the characters would be the main characters of his upcoming comic book series that he is working on, titled The Wacky Pack, which slated for a 1987 release. The first issue of The Wacky Pack was originally set to be released in June 1987, but Geo wanted to make more time to work on the comic book series. It was instead later pushed to September 1987 by Dark Horse Comics.

Known membersEdit

RogeEdit
Main article: Roge 
Roge
Gender Male
Species White Human Imaginary Friend


Age 17


Voiced by Geo G. (all media)
Roge (originally known as Ron in the developing stages of The Wacky Pack) is the main character in The Wacky Pack franchise. He is the first, yet cool, cynical, wacky, somewhat bossy and self-proclaimed leader of the Wacky Pack. He appears to be 17 years old. Despite his age, his voice is high-pitch. He wears a red cap, a green shirt, blue pants and brown shoes. When he's not wearing his cap, he has brown hair. Since 2000, he asked Gabriel by some questions, and Gabriel sometimes ignores it or says yes (sometimes no). For example, in the 2011 film Gabriel and the Wacky Pack:
Roge: (holding his walkie-talkie) Gabriel, my guys and I are going to check out the attic with my walkie-talkie. Wanna come along?
Gabriel: No because I haven't been up the attic for a long, long time ago, but I don't know how to get up that place.
Roge: Well, maybe you should try getting up the attic.
Gabriel: Well, someday... but I can't do it today.
Roge: Oh, okay. (to Leno, Cole and some of the lars) Come on, guys.
Leno: What about Gabriel?
Roge: He's not coming with us.

He is very known following his group (and lars too) by the rules when they are not with Gabriel. For example, in the 2011 film Gabriel and the Wacky Pack:

Roge: Okay, boys, that's the spot!
Leno: Alright, hold still, Roge.
Roge: I would like it to call it... "cell tower surfing."
Leno: "Cell tower surfing", huh? It kidda not makes sense a little.
Roge: No, it DOES makes sense!
Cole: Are you sure this is very safe?
Roge: It's very, very safe! At least Gabriel is not here.
Cole: Hey, did we get a camera to take the picture?
Roge: Yeah. (holds a camera and head it to one of the two lars Ted) Here, Ted, take this. Okay, everybody say "eggs!"
All in a surfboard: Eggs! (Ted then takes the picture of them on a surfboard)

Sometimes his brother, Loy, is being annoyed with him. For example, in the December 2008 issue of The Wacky Pack:

Loy: So are you very excited to see the Chirstmas presents when we leave home?
Roge: No, big brother. Actually, I might be kidding.
Loy: Well, if you were kidding I'll give you... (then Loy noggies Roge) Noggies!
Roge: (yelling) QUIT IT! QUIT IT!

Geo G. reprises his role as Roge in the second film.

LenoEdit
Main article: Leno
Leno
Gender Male
Species Imaginary White Human


Age 14


Voiced by E.G. Daily (The Wacky Pack TV series, Gabriel and the Wacky Pack and its sequel)
Leno (originally known as Don in the developing stages of The Wacky Pack) is one of the main characters in The Wacky Pack. He is named after Jay Leno. He is the second/middle, very intelligent, but rude, selfish, greedy of the Wacky Pack. He appears to be 14 years old. He wears a orange ski, a black sweater resembling a woman's dress, purple pants and black boots. When he is not wearing his ski, he has black hair. He hates being a "girl", though he is actually a boy. He is known for his rebellious attitude. Since 2011, he is also known for hating Kirls, which means "real life little girls with no boys in advertisements and other stuffs for boys and girls." For example, in the 2011 film Gabriel and the Wacky Pack:
Leno: (watching little girls on Sprout on TV at Christina's room) How I hate Kirls... there are so many reasons why I hate Kirls.
Cole: What the heck is "Kirls"?
Leno: It means "real life little girls with no boys in advertisements and other stuffs for boys and girls."
Cole: Okay, why do you hate it?
Leno: Because... because... because I said so!
Cole: Actually, give me a REAL reason.
Leno: I'm not telling you. It's a secret.
Cole: (begged and pleated) Please...?
Leno: (groans) Okay, alright... but it's a long story. (starts the story) I'm a boy and I love girls, including little girls, women and ladies of course, but I hate it when some people call me a girl because I wear this weird-looking shirt. Also, I had a boy's hair. (takes off his ski to show his hair)
Cole: I already see that before.
Leno: Yeah, I know. (puts back his ski on and continues the story) So I was saying...

He also sometimes doesn't say anything when he hear some of his friends calling for him to get some help. For example, in the February 2004 issue of The Wacky Pack:

Roge: Hey, Leno. Would you help me carry some books? (Leno didn't say anything and Roge walks over to him) Are you ignoring me?
Leno: No, I heard you, but I'm not ignoring you.
Roge: Oh.

E.G. Daily reprises her role as Leno in the second film.

ColeEdit
Main article: Cole
Cole
Gender Male
Species Imaginary White Human


Age 7


Voiced by Tara Strong (TV series)
Nicky Jones (movies)
Cole (originally known as Jon in the developing stages of The Wacky Pack) is one of the main characters in The Wacky Pack. He is the third, shy, cute, and the youngest member of the Wacky Pack, being 7 years old at the time. He wears red circle-shaped glasses, purple shirt, brown pants, and black shoes. His hair seem to have "one small pointy thing", according to him. He is afraid of everything, such as spiders, rats, snakes, etc. For example, in the September 1987 issue of The Wacky Pack:
Cole: Hey guys, do you want to me- (then a snake appears, scaring Cole) AAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH!! (then he quickly ran over to Roge and Leno) W-W-W-What is th-th-th-that creepy th-thing?
Roge: That's a snake.
Cole: Is it scary?
Roge: I think so, huh?
Leno: You know, snakes are like dangerous because they bite.

He also wants to be very brave when he gets bigger. For example, in the 2011 film Gabriel and the Wacky Pack:

Cole: Roge! I want to be very brave instead of being afraid of scary things when I get very bigger like our brother Loy!
Roge: I hope so. (thinks) Someday... someday... (then Gabriel arrives and Roge turned around at him) Oh, hi, Gabriel.
Gabriel:  Are you guys talking about?
Roge and Cole: Nothing.
Gabriel: I see.

In the second film, he appears to have a crush on Hatsune Miku when he saw her for the first time. For example:

Cole: Hi.
Hatsune Miku: Well, hello there.
Cole: You look very pretty.
Hatsune Miku: Thank you. That's okay.
Cole: And so nice! (then Leno appears knocking him over)
Leno: Get out of my way, you jerk. (then talks to Miku) Uh... he's one of my friends.
Cole: (on the floor) That's very rude, Leno! I gonna tell Roge!
Leno: (to Cole) Or don't tell him, or I will get in trouble for doing that.

Nicky Jones reprises his role as Cole in the second film.

Gabriel GarciaEdit

Main article: Gabriel Garcia (character) 
Gabriel Garcia
Gender Male
Species Human


Age Baby (2000-01)
1 (2001-02)
2 (2002-03)
3 (2003-04)
4 (2004-05)
5 (2005-06)
6 (2006-07)
7 (2007-08)
8 (2008-09)
9 (2009-10)
10 (2010-11)
11 (2011-12)


Voiced by Zachary Gordon (All films except Wacky Pack and Lars and The Vocaloids)
Gabriel Garcia, nicknamed as Gabe since 2011, is one of the main characters of The Wacky Pack who first appeared in the November 2000 issue of The Wacky Pack as a baby at the time. He is an artistic, creative, intelligent, smart 11-year-old boy and Christina (until the second film) and Mel's son, and Desirae and Michael's brother who had been the adapted owner of Roge, Leno, Cole, Loy and even the Lars since the October 2005 issue of The Wacky Pack. He wears a yellow shirt, blue shorts, black glasses (since 2008), brown hair, and red shoes, which his shoes resemble Bart Simpson's. He is also the title character of the 2011 computer-animated film Gabriel and the Wacky Pack (originally titled The Wacky Pack Movie) and its sequel as well. In the November 2000 issue of The Wacky Pack, Roge, Leno, Cole, Loy and the Lars, holding their stuff in their bags, first saw Baby Gabriel when they climb up to the window to Gabriel's room. For example:
Cole: (seeing Baby Gabriel at his crib) Uh... guys? Is that a baby?
Roge, Leno, and Loy: Yes.
Cole: Is that a boy or a girl?
Roge, Leno, and Loy: I don't know.
Cole: Can we take a look at the baby?
Roge, Leno, and Loy: Uh... yeah.

In the first film, Gabriel spends his life at his room with Roge, Leno, Cole, Loy and the Lars playing video games on systems such as PlayStation, PlayStation 2, Xbox, Wii, GameCube (since the second film) and handheld systems such as Game Boy Advance SP (he has 2 of them) and Game Boy Color (like the GBA SP, he has 2 of them), watching TV, eating junk food, such as popcorn, looking through some of his drawings, and things like that. Sometimes, when his room gets messy, his mother (or his sister too) told him to clean up his room, then he should do it (or ignore it sometimes). He never sleeps in his room (he do sometimes). Instead, he sleeps in his mother's room with her because he's scared of the dark since 2003. He also had a midnight "party" in his room with Roge, Leno, Cole, Loy and the Lars, which the lights were turned off (but his room is still a little bit messy). On Fridays, Satutrdays and Sundays, Gabriel sleepovers at his father's apartment since 2006 until 2011. Sometimes, he acts like a little kid when he's yelling and crying since he was in Kindergarden.

In the second film, Gabriel was taken away by his father Mel, because he is missing all days of school and his mother not taking care of him, to his apartment, leaving Roge, Leno, Cole and the Lars. When Roge, Leno, Cole and the Lars got to Gabriel's father's apartment, Gabriel told them that he kind of likes being here until he misses his old house.

Zachary Gordon reprises his role as Gabriel in the second film.

LoyEdit

Main article: Loy
Loy
Gender Male
Species Imaginary White Human


Age 21


Voiced by Mathew Valencia (TV series)
Jake T. Austin (movies)
Loy is one of the main characters of The Wacky Pack. He is Roge, Leno and Cole's 21-year-old brother who is a scientist and inventor. He is named after Loy Hanning. He is known for inventing the PhotoReal 2000, which can take any object, and transform it into the real thing, in the second film. For example:
Loy: Behold... the PhotoReal 2000!
Leno: The what?
Loy: The PhotoReal 2000.
Roge: That's nice. What does it do?
Loy: It can take any object, and transform it into the real thing. Let me show you how it works. (then he pulls out a picture of a bird and puts it on the PhotoReal 2000 and starts up the machine and a ding is heard and a bird comes out of the machine)
Leno: Cool!

He is not actually one of the members of the group, although he's one of the main characters of the series. Loy sometimes annoy one of his brothers Roge. For example, in the December 2008 issue of The Wacky Pack:

Loy: So are you very excited to see the Christmas presents when we leave home?
Roge: No, big brother. Actually, I might be kidding.
Loy: Well, if you were kidding I'll give you... (then Loy noggies Roge) Noggies!
Roge: (yelling) QUIT IT! QUIT IT!

At the end of the first film, he leaves Gabriel's house for his new job at a place (he was actually at Mel's apartment in the second film) to make more inventions, and says, "I can tell you, but don't worry, you will see me someday when I left." Now in the second film, he now invented the PhotoReal 2000 and the UnReal-Gun 3000, and placed scanned images of the Vocaloids, so they can help him. A mysterious vehicle steals and ate all of the leeks from a village of leeks in Antietam Creek. Loy, his new assistant Hatsune Miku and the Vocaloids try to recruit Gabriel, Roge, Leno and Cole, to find out who ate the leeks, as seen at the opening scene of the second film.

Jake T. Austin reprises his role as Loy in the second film.

LarsEdit

Main article: Lars
Lars
Gender Male
Species Imaginary Elves


Age Unknown


Voiced by Geo G. (TV series)
Tim Miller, David Stinnett and Cat Chapman (first movie)
Tim Miller and David Stinnett (second movie)

The Lars are characters from the comic book series The Wacky Pack, Gabriel and the Wacky Pack and its sequel as well. They are small, imaginary elves who have conical caps and are one of the most notable characters in The Wacky Pack. The lars are elves with a conical cap that had a stripe and wear a long sleeved shirt that can come in any color. They also wear green pants, a belt, and brown boots. These little mischievous guys also tend to have cute eyes.

The lars are small, cute, funny, imaginary elves with little self-control, but with a wide-eyed wonder and odd innocence that endears them to viewers and makes them relatable. They can be pesky when they are doing weird interactions with other people, animals, or objects. The Lars mostly speak their own gobbledygook-like language called "Lar-tain", although they do appear to understand English (and American Sign Language too). Gabriel, Roge, Leno and Cole get along famously with their lars. They genuinely seems to like them and even shows appreciation for their hard work and support. They even seem to know each of them by name. For example, in the 2011 film Gabriel and the Wacky Pack:

Roge: Ben! Jack! Bill! (then three Lars appear) You guys had to clean up this mess!
Ben: Huh? Pess? Clean up pess?
Bill: Nah. Clean pess.
Ben: Pess.
Jack: (laughs) Pessy!
Gabriel: (to Ben, Jack and Bill) Hey! Hey! Hey! Mess!
Ben: Pess, pess, pess.

The Lars have standard English-style names. Mentioned in the comic book series, other media and the films are Jim, Tom, Dan, Sam, Jeff, Max, Kenny, Jack, Gary, Jon, Larry, Jerry, Nick, Ben, John, Cody, Manny, Bob, Carl, Mark, Brian, Peter, Ted, Norm, Quentin, Bill, Frank, Ernie, Tommy, Steve, Andy, Dale, Mike, Otis, Tony, Victor, Brad, Evan, Alex, Juan, Earl, Mitch, Donald, Fred, and Chris.

Sometimes, the words that the lars are saying come from other foreign languages like Chinese, Korean, French, Japanese, Spanish and Russian.

Jim and Tom, the two lars, appear as playable characters in the fighting game Geo LTD. All-Star Fighting and its upcoming sequel. They also make a cameo appearance as one of Geo's toys in the 2013 film Geo

In the first film, they are voiced by Tim Miller, David Stinnett and Cat Chapman while in the second film, they are voiced by Miller and Stinnett.

Secondary charactersEdit

Christina GarciaEdit

Christina Garcia
Gender Female
Species Human


Age 41


Voiced by Sarah Jessica Parker (films)
Christina Garcia was the mother of Gabriel, Desirae and Michael who takes care of her son Gabriel (until the second film) and Mel's former wife until they broke up since 2003. She first appeared in the November 2000 issue of The Wacky Pack. She is a child psychologist, but works only part-time after Gabriel's birth, and her profession is rarely mentioned except in the first two films. In the second film, her husband Mel told his Gabriel that Christina need help and lost the pay to her house. It is unknown if Christina had now a step-husband or boyfriend. Sometimes, when Gabriel's room gets messy, Christina told him to clean up his room, then he should do it (or ignore it sometimes).

Sarah Jessica Parker reprises her role as Christina in the second film.

Mel GarciaEdit

Mel Garcia
Gender Male
Species Human


Age 45


Voiced by Laurence Fishburne (films)
Mel Garcia is the father of Gabriel, Desirae and Michael and Christina's former husband until they broke up since 2003. He first appeared in the November 2000 issue of The Wacky Pack. As of the second film, he lives in an apartment before he moves to a other house. On Fridays, Satutrdays and Sundays, his son Gabriel sleepovers at Mel's apartment since 2006 until 2011. In the second film, Mel had took Gabriel away to his apartment, because he is missing all days of school and his mother not taking care of him, to his apartment, leaving Roge, Leno, Cole and the Lars.

Laurence Fishburne reprises his role as Mel in the second film.

Desirae GarciaEdit

Desiare Garcia
Gender Female
Species Human


Age 17


Voiced by Ariel Winter (films)
Desirae "Desi" Garcia is Gabriel's 17-year-old sister. She first appeared in the November 2000 issue of The Wacky Pack as younger. Sometimes she is the "boss" to her brother. In the December 2009 issue, Desirae got a white laptop for her birthday. In the first film, she told Gabriel and Christina that she got a job from a clothing store. In the second film, she came to Gabriel's room and was very sad because her father Mel is taking away from Gabriel, and he wants to take his stuff to his dad's house, but Desirae said no and take only one thing, which his toy car.

Ariel Winter reprises her role as Desirae in the second film.

Michael GarciaEdit

Michael Garcia
Gender Male
Species Human


Age 26


Voiced by Rob Paulsen (the first film)
Michael Garcia is Gabriel's older brother who moved away to Japan. He has three kids and a dog named Kratos. He first appeared in the November 2000 issue of The Wacky Pack. In the first film, he visited to the Garcia house to get his pet dog Kratos. However, his younger brother Gabriel kept his other dog named Roxy. Michael does not appear in the second film, but is mentioned once by Roge (along with Blues, Kratos, and Pat) during when Gabriel is at his father's apartment and trying to get to the apartment.

He's voiced by Rob Paulsen in the first film.

PatEdit

Pat
Gender Female
Species Human


Age 52


Voiced by Alex Borstein (first film)
Pat is Gabriel's neighbor and Nina's sister. She seem to be nice to Gabriel, Roge, Leno, Cole and the Lars in the April 2004 issue of The Wacky Pack. She first appeared in the May 2001 issue of The Wacky Pack. In the first film, Blues (which later became evil) moves to Pat's house at the right, and later Roge is worried about Blues and Gabriel took him to see Pat and Blues. Pat does not appear in the second film, but is mentioned once by Roge (along with Blues, Kratos, and Michael) during when Gabriel is at his father's apartment and trying to get to the apartment.

In the first film, Pat is voiced by Alex Borstein, who is the voice actor of Lois Griffin from the Fox adult animated series Family Guy. She also voiced Mrs. Henscher from the 2012 stop-motion film ParaNorman.

GabyEdit

Gaby
Gender Female
Species Human


Age 16


Voiced by Grey DeLisle (first film)
Gaby was Gabriel's cousin and girlfriend since was 6. She first appeared in the January 2006 issue of The Wacky Pack where Gabriel and his family visit New York. Now in the first film, she is now 16 and visited to the Garcia house along with her little sister Bella. When she and Bella got there, they spend their time at Gabriel's room, which Gabriel hates it when they visit his room. He told Gaby and Bella to get out of his room and go to his sister's room. They seem a little bit sad because Gabriel was a little bit rude. Roge told Gabriel that he would apologize to them.

Gaby is voiced by voice-acting/singing veteran, Grey DeLisle. She didn't make an appearance in the second film. However, she was rumored to appear in the film.

BellaEdit

Bella
Gender Female
Species Human


Age 6


Voiced by Tara Strong (first film)
Bella is Gaby's little sister. She first appeared in the January 2006 issue of The Wacky Pack as a baby here Gabriel and his family visit New York. In the first film, she is now 6 and visited to the Garcia house along with her older sister Gaby. When Gaby and Bella got there, they spend their time at Gabriel's room, which Gabriel hates it when they visit his room. He told Gaby and Bella to get out of his room and go to his sister's room. They seem a little bit sad because Gabriel was a little bit rude. Roge told Gabriel that he would apologize to them.

She's voiced by Tara Strong.

Hatsune MikuEdit

Main article: Hatsune Miku
Hatsune Miku
Gender Female
Species Imaginary Human


Age 16


Voiced by Idina Menzel
Hatsune Miku (初音ミク), sometimes referred to as Miku Hatsune, is a humanoid persona voiced by a singing synthesizer application developed by Crypton Future Media, headquartered in Sapporo, Japan. She uses Yamaha Corporation's Vocaloid 2 and Vocaloid 3 singing synthesizing technologies. She also uses Crypton Future Media's Piapro Studio, a singing synthesizer VSTi Plugin. She was the second Vocaloid sold using the Vocaloid 2 engine, and the first Japanese Vocaloid to use the Japanese version of the Vocaloid 2 engine. Her voice is sampled from Japanese voice actress Saki Fujita. Hatsune Miku has performed at her concerts onstage as an animated projection. Hatsune Miku is portrayed to be a 16-year-old girl with long turquoise pigtails.

The name of the character comes from merging the Japanese words for first (初 hatsu), sound (音 ne) and future (Miku (ミク) sounds like a nanori reading of future, 未来, normally read as "mirai"), referring to her position as the first of Crypton's "Character Vocal Series". According to Crypton, her name is meant to signify the "first sound from the future". She is one of the supporting characters in the second film.

In the second film, Loy invented the PhotoReal 2000 and the UnReal-Gun 3000, and placed scanned images of his new assistant Hatsune Miku and the Vocaloids, so they can help him. A mysterious vehicle steals and ate all of the leeks from a village of leeks in Antietam Creek. Loy, Hatsune Miku and the Vocaloids try to recruit Gabriel, Roge, Leno and Cole, to find out who ate the leeks, as seen at the opening scene of the second film. When Roge, Leno and Cole got Mel's apartment, they saw Miku at Josh's room (which is dark). Cole appears to have a crush on Miku when he saw her for the first time. For example:

Cole: Hi.
Hatsune Miku: Well, hello there.
Cole: You look very pretty.
Hatsune Miku: Thank you. That's okay.
Cole: And so nice! (then Leno appears knocking him over)
Leno: Get out of my way, you jerk. (then talks to Miku) Uh... he's one of my friends.
Cole: (on the floor) That's very rude, Leno! I gonna tell Roge!
Leno: (to Cole) Or don't tell him, or I will get in trouble for doing that.

Miku, Loy and the Vocaloids then finally recruit Gabriel, Roge, Leno and Cole to fight a villain named Mr. Leek, who ate the leeks. She also visit Gabriel's anuts' houses, his new school, Celia's house, and other places so she can check on him, the Wacky Pack and the Lars, along with some Vocaloids. For example:

Hatsune Miku: Hey, Gabe! Whatcha doin'?
Gabriel: Just doing some stuff on my laptop.
Hatsune Miku: What stuff?
Gabriel: Drawing, going on the internet, saving pictures, download some stuff, things like that. And what are YOU doing?
Hatsune Miku: Just checking you.
Roge: Checking what?
Hatsune Miku: (to Roge) To the boy.
Roge: You mean the boy is Gabriel, right?
Hatsune Miku: Yep. Well, I gonna dash! (quickly runs with smoke and now she's gone)
Roge: That darn lady!
Cole: She's a girl!
Roge: Oh. Right. Got it.

According to Cole, Miku is "the prettiest girl in the whole wide wonderful world" during a scene where Gabriel, Jan Soto and the students going on a field trip to Adventure Aquarium, a for-profit educational entertainment attraction operated in Camden, New Jersey on the Delaware River Camden Waterfront by the Herschend Family Entertainment Corporation.

At the end of the film, where Gabriel, the Wacky Pack, Loy, the Lars, and Gabriel's father Mel are finally moving to a new house and Miku and the Vocaloids saying goodbye, Miku and Cole let out a kiss for the first time before leaving.

Miku is voiced by a Broadway veteran, Idina Menzel, who is the voice actor of Elsa from the Disney film Frozen.

Kagamine Rin and LenEdit

​Kagamine Rin and Len
Gender Female (Rin)
Male (Len)
Species Imaginary Humans


Age 14


Voiced by Hynden Walch (Rin)
Tara Strong (Len)

Kagamine Rin and Len (鏡音リン・レン), codenamed CV02, are Japanese Vocaloids developed and distributed by Crypton Future Media, Inc., and were initially released in December 2007 for the VOCALOID2 engine. They are part of the Character Vocal Series and are both Character Voice Vocaloids. There has since been numerous installments such as additional voice banks dubbed 'Append' as well as an upcoming upgrade to the VOCALOID3 engine (information pending) which is said to include an English vocal release. They are the second set of vocals for Crypton's Vocaloid Character Vocal Series. Their voices are provided by the Japanese voice actress, Asami Shimoda.

In the opening scene of the second film, Rin and Len were scanned by Loy along with the other Vocaloids, so they can help him to recruit Gabriel, Roge, Leno and Cole, to find out who ate the leeks. When Hatsune Miku took Roge, Leno and Cole to the basement at Mel's apartment, Rin, Len, and Megurine Luka walk over them and Rin says, "Who are these cute guys?" Then Loy said "These are my brothers." Roge, Leno and Cole then introduce themselves because the Vocaloids never know them.

Kagamine Rin and Len may be friends with some Lars such as Larry and Brad, which they teach them how to use a parachute on top of the highest diving board that they built on the roof of Mel's apartment.

Rin was voiced by Hynden Walch and Len was voiced by Tara Strong.

Megurine LukaEdit

Megurine Luka
Gender Female
Species Imaginary Human


Age 20


Voiced by Elizabeth Banks
Megurine Luka (巡音ルカ), codenamed CV03, is a Japanese Vocaloid developed and distributed by Crypton Future Media, Inc., and was initially released in January 2009 for the VOCALOID2 engine. She is part of the Character Vocal Series and is a Character Voice Vocaloid. There is currently ongoing development for additional voice banks as well as an upgrade to the VOCALOID4 engine. She was the third release for Crypton's Vocaloid Character Vocal Series, and her vocals are described as "cool, somewhat mysterious". Her voice is provided by the Japanese voice actress, Yū Asakawa (浅川 悠 / Asakawa Yū), who was recorded in Japanese and English for the voice bank.

In the opening scene of the second film, Megurine Luka was scanned by Loy along with the other Vocaloids, so they can help him to recruit Gabriel, Roge, Leno and Cole, to find out who ate the leeks. When Hatsune Miku took Roge, Leno and Cole to the basement at Mel's apartment, Rin, Len, and Megurine Luka walk over them and Rin says, "Who are these cute guys?" Then Loy said "These are my brothers." Roge, Leno and Cole then introduce themselves because the Vocaloids never know them.

Luka is voiced by Elizabeth Banks.

KaitoEdit

Kaito
Gender Male
Species Imaginary Human


Age 20


Voiced by Yuri Lowenthal
Kaito, originally codenamed "Taro", is a Japanese Vocaloid developed originally by Yamaha Corporation and distributed by Crypton Future Media, Inc., and was initially released in February 2006 for the first Vocaloid engine. There has since been a second installment developed for the VOCALOID3 engine dubbed Kaito V3. His voice is provided by the famous Japanese singer, Naoto Fūga (風雅 なおと).

In the opening scene of the second film, Kaito was scanned by Loy along with the other Vocaloids, so they can help him to recruit Gabriel, Roge, Leno and Cole, to find out who ate the leeks.

Kaito is voiced by Yuri Lowenthal.

MeikoEdit

Meiko
Gender Female
Species Imaginary Human


Age Unknown, possibly 16 or 20


Voiced by America Ferrera
Meiko, originally codenamed "Hanako", is a Japanese Vocaloid originally developed by Yamaha Corporation and distributed by Crypton Future Media, Inc., and was initially released in November 2004 for the first Vocaloid engine. There has since been a second installment developed for the VOCALOID3 engine, dubbed Meiko V3. Her voice is provided by the Japanese female singer, Meiko Haigō (拝郷 メイコ Haigō Meiko).

In the opening scene of the second film, Meiko was scanned by Loy along with the other Vocaloids, so they can help him to recruit Gabriel, Roge, Leno and Cole, to find out who ate the leeks.

Hachune MikuEdit

Hachune Miku
Gender Female
Species Imaginary Toy


Age Error ⊂(゚Д゚)


Voiced by Tim Miller
Hachune Miku is an officially recognized derivative of Vocaloid Hatsune Miku, she is acknowledged by Crypton Future Media, the publisher of the Character Vocal Series for Vocaloid 2, for commercial use. Hachune (はちゅね) is a mispronunciation of Hatsune (はつおと), which shows her childishness and generally silly disposition. Often seen in videos as a blank-eyed doll-like figure with a gaping mouth.

In the second film, Hachune Miku, along with Tako Luka, seems to be nice (and a little bit mean sometimes) to Roge, Leno, Cole and the Lars. When Hachune and Tako are mean to them, Hachune takes a Lar's hat off and act like a Lar.

Hachune Miku is voiced by Tim Miller, who also voices the Lars.

Tako LukaEdit

Tako Luka
Gender Female
Species Imaginary Toy


Age Unknown


Voiced by Tim Miller
Tako Luka is an officially recognized derivative of Megurine Luka, she is had a very important involvement in Vocaloid fandom, most notably in the Japanese community. Both Tako Luka and Hachune Miku are seen as mascots side by side with their source characters.

The term "Derivative" is used here to describe a fanmade Vocaloid character that is based on an already existing character.

In the second film, Tako Luka and Hachune Miku seem to be nice (and a little bit mean sometimes) to Roge, Leno, Cole and the Lars. When Hachune and Tako are mean to them, Hachune takes a Lar's hat off and act like a Lar.

Tako Luka is voiced by Tim Miller, who also voices the Lars.

CeliaEdit

Celia
Gender Female
Species Human


Age 35


Voiced by Emma Thompson
Celia is Mel's girlfriend in the second film. She lives in Philadelphia (sometimes called Phillie in the second film). She has three children, Adan, Jannie and Nana. Her husband is unseen. She first appeared in the second film where Mel shows his son Gabriel on his iPhone.

She is voiced by Emma Thompson.

AdanEdit

Adan
Gender Male
Species Human


Age 10


Voiced by Freddie Benedict
Adan is Celia's 10-year-old son in the second film. He seem to be younger than his friend Gabriel, who is 11-years old, when he first time saw him.

He is voiced by Freddie Benedict.

JannieEdit

Jannie
Gender Female
Species Human


Age 8


Voiced by Julie Lemieux
Jannie is Celia's 9-year-old daughter in the second film. When Gabriel first time saw her, he call her "fat", but she is not actually fat. Also, Gabriel is being rude to her for having "bad breath."

She is voiced by Julie Lemieux.

NanaEdit

Nana
Gender Female
Species Human


Age 16


Voiced by N/A
Nana is one of Celia's two daughters in the second film. She is aged 16. She likes music, watching TV, spending time in her room (along with Jannie), and stuff like that.

She appears in the film, but she didn't speak for unknown reasons.

Jan SotoEdit

Jan Soto
Gender Male
Species Human


Age 11


Voiced by Jonathan Morgan Heit
Jan Soto is Gabriel's best friend in his new school in the second film. Like Gabriel, he is a creative, cool, friendly 11-year-old boy. He is known for making his very own comic books by using the school paper with pencils. He is very nice (formerly bad) to Gabriel. Sometimes, Gabriel tries to copy him, acting just like him.

Not to be confused with the character of the same name from the Fox animated television series The Jan and Jason Show.

He is voiced by Jonathan Morgan Heit.

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Main antagonistsEdit

VioEdit

Main article: Vio
Vio
Gender Male
Species Imaginary Enemy


Age Unknown, possibly 20 or 30


Voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson (TV series)
Cedric the Entertainer (Wacky Pack and Lars)
Vio, also known as The Bad Guy, is the main antagonist of The Wacky Pack issues from 1987 to 1999 and the upcoming 2016 spin-off film, Wacky Pack and Lars. He is the arch-nemesis of Roge, Leno, Cole, Loy and the Lars and the Black Group's leader and boss. In the first issue of The Wacky Pack, Vio and his minions destroyed Wackizia, and then when they arrive to Earth, they begin to be an enemy of Roge, Leno, Cole, Loy and the Lars. He says, "I've hated them so much! I mean, they are still there! But someday, I will kill them." Vio also plans to take over Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania (and the world too). His last appearance was the September 1999 (part 1) and October 1999 (part 2) issues of The Wacky Pack, where Vio get killed in a pool of acid, survives his battle with Roge, Leno and Cole, however, and waits for Roge, Leno and Cole with a key. Roge, Leno, Cole and Vio battle again where Vio is finally defeated, sliding through the sewer tunnel which leads to the lava, allowing Roge, Leno and Cole to save the day.

He is voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson in the TV series and by Cedric the Entertainer in the upcoming 2016 spin-off movie.

BluesEdit

Main article: Blues
Blues
Gender Female
Species Imaginary White Human Girl


Age 18


Voiced by Jennifer Hale
Blues, originally named Lopa, is the hidden main antagonist of the first film. She is Roge's arch-nemesis and former friend and the boss and leader of her four henchmen. At first, Blues is introduced as a friendly, innocent "blueish" girl who is one of Roge's friends when he first time met her. However, near the film's climax, Blues betrays Roge and is revealed to be the infamous "Wacky Bandit" and the boss of her four henchmen. It turns out that Blues tricked Roge into believing him to be his friend as stated when she told him that he is the liar. The reason for Blues turning evil was because she was tired of being nice, friendly and good and being the lowest imaginary girl of Sinking Spring, becoming desperate to prove herself to everyone.

Furious, Roge desperately tries to defeat Blues in battle, but they are both evenly matched. Blues gains her hand and defeats Roge. Then one of her henchmen tied up Roge on a rocket ship. Meanwhile, Gabriel, Leno, Cole, Loy and the lars see all of this and sneak in to save Roge and defeat Blues and his henchmen. Leno and Cole rescue Roge, but as they are about to escape, Blues attacks Roge again. Blues and Roge engage in a final fight, but Roge manages to defeat her. Roge arrives in time to pick up Gabriel, Leno, Cole, Loy and the lars. Meanwhile, Blues is killed when she ends up being roadkilled.

Her name Blues comes with a genre and musical form that originated in African-American communities in the "Deep South" of the United States around the end of the 19th century. The name also comes with a color blue because her hair and dress is blue.

She is voiced by Jennifer Hale in the first film.

Blues does not appear in the second film, but is mentioned once by Roge (along with Pat, Kratos, and Michael) during when Gabriel is at his father's apartment and trying to get to the apartment.

Mr. LeekEdit

Main article: Mr. Leek
Mr. Leek
Gender Male
Species Imaginary Human


Age 26


Voiced by Rob Corddry
Leek Leek Leek, better known as Mr. Leek, is the main antagonist of the second film. He is known for using his mysterious vehicle to steal and eat all of the leeks from a village of leeks in Antietam Creek. During his childhood, he was also known for liking leeks and eating all of the them. Later, he became a "leek worker". Then at night, Leno sneaks through Mr. Leek's hideout and saw Mr. Leek's evil plans on his notebook. Opening it, he learns Leek's true intentions: to kidnap most of the Lars and mutate them into dark monsters with a dangerous leek liquid called Black Leek, and spill all the Black Leeks all over the place to take over the world.

Back at the backyard of the Garcia House, he finally captured Roge, Leno and Cole and took them near Wyomissing Creek. Roge, Leno and Cole are tied up and Mr. Leek and his dark Lars tried to attack them with spears, but Loy, Hatsune Miku, the Vocaloids, and other Japanese internet memes, being alerted by two Lars, arrive and rescue them. During the battle, Gabriel manages to restore the mutated Lars to normal, Roge tries to break the Black Leek, but Mr. Leek quickly snatched it from him, went up on the power line tower, and went on his UFO-like vehicle to splat his Black Leek all over the world, but Roge, Leno and Cole try to stop him from Leek's Black Leek. Then Roge pressed a 10-second self-destruct button which will cause Mr. Leek's death, then Mr. Leek's vehicle exploded. Suddenly, Roge, Leno and Cole begin to plummet to their dooms but they are rescued by Japanese Spider-Man, who is one of the Japanese memes. After Mr. Leek fall down to the ground, he turned into a photo of him by Loy with his UnReal-Gun 3000, placed him on a sandwich, and took him to Bigfoot, who ate Mr. Leek as a picture on a sandwich.

He is voiced by Rob Corddry, who also voiced Gary Supernova in Escape from Planet Earth and Geek Guy from Tj's World: Modem Mayhem. Technicality, Mr. Leek and Geek Guy are both villains.

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