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For TV series, see Bravest Warriors (TV series).

Bravest Warriors is an American animated web series created by Pendleton Ward (creator of Adventure Time for Cartoon Network). The show is written and directed by Breehn Burns, and produced by Frederator Studios for their Cartoon Hangover YouTube channel. Executive producers include Frederator's Fred Seibert, Burns, and Will McRobb and Chris Viscardi. Most episodes of Bravest Warriors are TV-PG, and some episodes are TV-14.

Set in the year 3085, the series follows four teenaged heroes-for-hire as they warp through the universe to save adorable aliens and their worlds using the power of their emotions. The animated series began streaming on Frederator's Cartoon Hangover channel on YouTube from November 8, 2012. The series is based on a short produced for Frederator's Nicktoons Network animation incubator series Random! Cartoons that aired on January 10, 2009. A comic book adaptation published by Boom! Studios launched on October 24, 2012.

CharactersEdit

  • Christopher "Chris" Kirkman (voiced by Charlie Schlatter (pilot), Alex Walsh (web series)): The leader of the Bravest Warriors. He has a crush on Beth. His weapon animal is a little bee which can form a sword with a honey-comb hilt. In the episode "Cereal Master", he demonstrated his Emotion Lord powers when he moved a bottle of Seahorse Dreams by thinking about Beth.
  • Beth Tezuka (voiced by Tara Strong (pilot), Liliana Mumy (web series)): The female member of the Bravest Warriors. Her weapon animal is a cat which forms a cat'o'nine tails with cat heads.
  • Wallow (voiced by Dan Finnerty (pilot), Ian Jones-Quartey (web series)): The offbeat and smartest member of the Bravest Warriors. His glove contains a computer A.I. named Pixel (voiced by Maria Bamford) who gets jealous easily. His weapon animal is a falcon that forms an axe. It can also form a bazooka.
  • Daniel "Danny" Vasquez (voiced by Rob Paulsen (pilot), John Omohundro (web series)): The snarky, cool inventor of the Bravest Warriors. His weapon animal is a dog which forms either a sword or gattling gun. He played a banjo by using his barefeet in episode 7, "Gas Powered Stick".
  • Plum (voiced by Tara Strong): First appeared in the comic book and was introduced along with Impossibear and Catbug in Gas Powered Stick, is Beth's friend who is revealed to be a mermaid at the end of the episode. Plum is the unofficial 5th Bravest Warrior. She has an ancient and wise 2nd personality that lives in her second brain. She thought Impossibear was Wallow's dog
  • Emotion Lord (voiced by Breehn Burns): An old human who has very emotional powers. In "Lavarinth", he is revealed to be Chris from 184 years in the future.
  • Impossibear (voiced by Michael Leon Wooley): An unusual bear that first appeared in the comic, but was introduced along with Catbug and Plum in "Gas Powered Stick".
  • Catbug (voiced by Sam Lavagnino): A childish creature that is part Cat and part Ladybug. Catbug first appeared in the comic, but was introduced along with Impossibear and Plum in "Gas Powered Stick".
  • Gayle the Glendalien (voiced by Maria Bamford): A character who was in the series premiere, "Time Slime." She called the bravest warriors over to Space Moon of Glendale Time Station for help. Wallow had a past relationship with her, and they still have feelings for each other.
  • Wankershim (voiced by Breehn Burns): A mischievous elf first shown in the episode "Butter Lettuce". In the episode, he pranks Chris by sneaking over to the Holo John controls and making the Beth hologram do a "Sexy Dance". Before the episode "Ultra Wankershim", he was just a hologram, but after leaving the Holo John, he becomes an actual life form. For an unknown reason, he then begins to expand and envelope the universe into his "Wanker-being" in an event called The Dawning of Wankershim.
  • Pixel (voiced by Maria Bamford): The name of the AI in Wallow's glove. Due to an assumed software glitch, he is very possessive of Wallow, but Danny is still trying to fine tune his "nano nads" to fix this problem. Pixel is shown to have limited control of Wallow's hand in the episode "Time Slime" when Pixel tried to attack Gayle who was merely standing near Wallow. He also throws Gayle into the Fartsparkles Time Generator against Wallow's will.
  • The Ballerina Man (voiced by Maria Bamford): A character that first appeared in "Memory Donk" as one of the passengers on the bus.

TV seriesEdit

Main article: Bravest Warriors (TV series)

Since people like the Bravest Warriors on Cartoon Hangover, they wish to see it as a TV show on Cartoon Network. The Bravest Warriors web show will continue when the TV show starts.

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