She's not quite as optimistic as Wander is, but she tries to be patient with his antics, and indulges him lovingly until she is too tired or stressed to go on. This is also subtly reinforced by the fact that what little emotion her bots can show is constantly referred to as protocol and only invoked when she commands it to be. Despite this, he is absent in a few episodes. But to anyone who knows him, he's more a. Though he can be naïf, Wander is shown to be very witty and clever when he needs to be, and is capable of problem-solving on the spot and outsmarting his adversaries with little effort. A trio of bounty hunters that Hater hires in 'The Bounty' to catch Wander: Rongroffle the Huntress, Kilbot 86, and the Potted Plant'. He also seems to have the ability to recognize each individual, despite the fact that they are almost all completely identical to one another.
Counts as to his world-ending chewing habit. There are times when the front part of the hat disappears when he needs to emote, though. The series ran from August 16, 2013 to June 27, 2016. It's implied that some were directly killed by Peepers and others by Dominator Lips to be exact. Peepers' scheming, though driven by his need for power, frequently seems to spring from a genuine desire to see Hater succeed at what he does best. Voiced by: June Squibb A veteran superhero who seems like a at first, but is actually a badass.
He also doesn't recruit girls for his army—although, according to via Craig himself, this is at least partly because he gets nervous around them. This becomes a major plot point in season 2 with the appearance of Lord Dominator, who challenges these beliefs. They crash out of the door and Wander reclaims the letter. His parents are tiny little bug-like creatures. Oh, it's thrillin' To be a villain.
Out of anger, he destroyed the cash register, causing him to be fired. She's planning to destroy the galaxy for the hell of it, after which she will really be alone. It doesn't look any different from the original, but it's established the change was permanent. Around the sunset, Wander gives Beep Boop a gift with Volcanium X in it, then Sylvia comes and gets mad at Wander for befriending a Dominator Bot. Dominator when Wander points that means she really does depend on other people, even if it's just to be her victims. At least until Season 2. He's also the only Watchdog to wear a two-piece suit, while the others wear one-piece suits.
Well congratulations, you just made an already fearsome villain even more powerful by accidentally giving her ice powers to go with her lava powers! Harvax voiced by: Stok voiced by: Gross garbage pickers, Harvax and Stok are frequent participants in the Galactic Conjunction 9000 race. Whether it be not helping people, not partying, or even not looking in a box, Wander's self-restraint is very weak. An that Wander and Sylvia find in an abandoned space station. It then bumps into Wander, who names it Beep Boop and inveigles it into being his travel pal to have fun. We'll just fly through space until we run out of fuel. In the midst of searching, Wander comes across an orb with a planet of many small aliens inside, and he tries to set them free from the orb without Neckbeard noticing. Voiced by: The shark-headed, lipstick-wearing Emperor Awesome is a Bro from Outer Space, who has the credentials to back up his name.
In reality, he's a who lives in delusion because he couldn't take no for an answer. Her triangular flagship also brings the Star Destroyer to mind. Whenever Wander is about to sing he pulls his banjo out of nowhere; sometimes it fits in his hat, too. He is usually seen with a big floppy green with a black stripe above the brim and a yellow star located on the black stripe. Wander and Sylvia manage to escape Janet, but upon seeing how upset she becomes, Wander insists that they go back. Of course this is all a bluff. It seems likely that she her own galaxy, and possibly many others.
Archived from on November 21, 2014. She backs into the Dominator bot, and as a last resort snatches the letter from Wander. Like Bowser, Hater is in control of an army of species-specific minions that are loyal to him and has a tendency to use his power for selfish and petty reasons. If he'd simply took the occasional defeat and largely ignored Wander like the other villains he would still be on top, but by the second season he's a laughingstock because he can't help but be Wander's archenemy, with barely an episode going by without someone pointing it out. This is lampshaded by Sylvia a few times.
There have been a few times Wander actually disliked Lord Hater or stood against him. She also appears at the top of the Galactic Villain Leaderboard in Season One. Archived from on November 21, 2014. Even as far back as the beginning of season 1, Hater shows care for Commander Peepers, even though at the same time he takes him for granted. She what would actually even mean for her—being left in a barren void with no one left to torment or anything else to do. Wander is beginning to think that Sylvia wants to stop him, and she responds by lying about how she would never do so.
Each episode consists of two segments, each roughly eleven minutes in length. Dominator is a woman who acts like a dorky teenager and still a sadistic menace through and through. Fail at your job, and well. Despite this, Wander vows to stop at nothing to send the letter to Lord Dominator. Hater's poor leadership skills, and the fact that they really aren't all that evil are the only things keeping them from being a genuinely powerful force.
Voiced by: The biggest, toughest crime boss in Doomstone. Upon meeting Sylvia and realizing she had a rival for Wander's affections, Janet's friendliness extended to Wander alone; her treatment of Sylvia was passive aggressive, but soon escalated as she realized that Sylvia would not give up and leave Wander with her. Whatever this represents, he's apparently quite comfortable with it. There are, however, a few times Wander has disagreed or had arguments with Sylvia. He was also the second character in the series to make Dominator. All she wants to do is to destroy everything in her path. When we first meet him he's the most powerful villain in the galaxy, but his increasingly extreme fixation with destroying Wander who isn't even actively trying to stop him most of the time leads him lose focus on conquering, constantly humiliate himself and be supplanted by dozens of other villains.