This is the cast for our project/Jhonen Vazquez and Alex Hopson's Sujinara. The word "Sujinara" is the name of a fictional city where the main characters live. The artecture of the city strongly evokes urban Japan in the 1950 and 1960s but with futuristic technology and everyday items from 2000-2016. This is done to make the town more "intresting"
Sarah Ketchwood is the bully killer of Sujinara.
She may look bad and everything but she is sweet and can be. She is hardcore to bullies and if she sees anyone getting bullied then she will save that person but she beat the bully but she won't get caught. She is dark yes, but she has sweet comedy and she can be smart in science, a good artist, and a splendid singer at music though she barley sings. She can be funny at times, but when she is with Tak she is in love and she has a goofy smile and hearts would pop out of her head and she would be goofy nonetheless. When she is with Tenn and Star and Joshua she is like a leader but nonetheless they hang out at the abandoned house and stay in there till they think of what to do to robbers when they find one. She is quiet most of the time and if she sees her friends hurt or sad she takes care of them. She would listen to rock and roll and Japanese music. She knows when they are in trouble and she uses her machete and revolver when they are in danger. She would also perform science experiments also with Tenn. She wears a black shirt with a red bandanna around her neck, wears blue jeans and a arm band that her friends also have for their friendship.
She is voiced by the show's creator Alex Hopson
Tenn Malloy is one of the members of Sarah's gang in the town of Sujinara
She is sort of like Sarah all hardcore to bullies but she is also sweet, she will read her books and would clean her glasses when she needs to, she will do comedy when she wants to with Sarah. She will wear makeup sometimes but when she is around Crona from Soul Eater, Tenn is the same as Sarah with a goofy smile and hearts and she will help Crona when she can. She is the smart one in all her classes she would answer all the questions, she would use her guns as weapons if they are in danger. She listens to classical and sometimes jazz and rock and roll but mostly classical. Tenn reads all kinds of books and she gives the strategy in the group and she would often get in a funny argument with Sarah for no reason and everything becomes all chibi and her and Sarah are all chibis until someone says. "HEY CAN WE GET BACK TO NORMAL!!" Or something like that. She does experiments also and cook sometimes as well while Sarah makes candies. She would wear a peace sign t-shirt, blue jeans and be using a big bag as a purse and a friendship arm band.
She is voiced by Olivia D'Abo who also voices Invader Tak Yumigon in the same show
Star Yumigon is the younger sister of Invader Tak, both are members of the Yumigon Family
She is goofy but is a girly girl and she would wear makeup everyday, she would wear school clothes that are pink and wears a skirt and wears pink sparkly flat shoes. But she would be evil to bullies as well and she would use her gun and bat as weapons if they are in danger. She would listen to pop music and sing. She is good at Literacy sometimes but she is mostly good at making clothes. She makes jewelry while Sarah and Tenn cooks. She doesn't have a crush YET but she is always happy when she sees Tenn and Sarah all in lovey dovey mood. She will become a chibi if she sees something or fangirling something over a Justin Beiber song or a poster basically anything Justin Bieber. She is serious about makeup and will try to be friends with anyone. People don't really notice she is a cyborg only her friends. But she also wears a top hat because she loves it. She also wears an arm band.
She is voiced by Tara Strong
Despite, the name "Joshua", the character is female and is a member of the Sujinara gang.
She is like others she hates bullies and especially when someone acts like they know everything in the class when they actually don't. She also wears glasses and she is good at computer class and Math. She also uses a sword and a bow and arrow if they were in danger. She is also girly and has a crush on the narrator who’s also the creator, Alex but nobody realizes it and she would helped said narrator a lot with her math and be her partner. She listens to Rock and Roll, Country and Vocaloid. She would read a lot and she helps with her friends with anything. She is kind and gentle like the others and she would wear a nice Violet color shirt,blue jeans, sneakers and a sweater. She also wears an arm band.
She is voiced by Brina Palencia
Invader Tak Yumigon
Tak being from Jhonens Previous Series Invader Zim making more appearances like if Invader Zim continued.
Tak seems to show some sort of Affection towards Sarah and acts as a big sister to Sarah. Tak, has a serious grudge against Zim appears on Earth in "Tak: The Hideous New Girl".
Originally assigned to janitorial duty, she comes to Earth to steal Zim's mission and impress the Tallest, hoping to achieve Invader status in this way. She also owns a SIR unit named Mimi, who wears a cat disguise.
She is voiced by Olivia D'Abo who also voices Tenn Malloy
Tallest Miyuki is the previous Almighty Tallest prior to Red and Purple, she was seemingly killed by the Infinite Energy Absorbing Blob. Her bodyguard and husband was Spork, the Tallest who reigned after her.
Miyuki is a recurring character and mother figure of the Sujinara Gang. Who is often prone to pulling weird pranks, flirting with Spork, and often tries to start adventures for the gang to go on. Overall she's a really fun personality
Miyuki is voiced by Liz Ishii, who was the inspiration for Miyuki's personality.
When temporarily rendered younger she's voiced by Jennifer Paz
Tallest Spork is the previous Almighty Tallest prior to Red and Purple, just like Miyuki he was seemingly killed by the Infinite Energy Absorbing Blob.
Spork is a recurring character and father figure of the Sujinara Gang. Spork is prone to tell odd stories (several of which actually are true no matter how crazy they sound), though he's more prone to hiding behind the stronger gang members like Sarah when he gets into a fight. Spork being intimidated easily is understandable because he's significantly weaker than the rest of the gang members.
Despite being cowardly, Spork is rather smart and often is good at thinking on the fly or improvising in dangerous situations.
He's voiced by Zack M. Schwarz, who was the inspiration for Spork.
When temporarily rendered younger he's voiced by Matt Hill
Zim being from Jhonens Previous Series Invader Zim still has no success in conquer the Human Race.
Zim is a short, green, almost stereotypical looking alien from the planet Irk. He is trying to conquer the Earth, and is generally unsuccessful. He uses ridiculously excessive and elaborate plans to destroy the planet when he obviously has the resources to do so much more efficiently. After the series's cancellation, Jhonen Vasquez did a four-page comic for the Nickolodeon Magazine. In it, Zim has successfully conquers the earth in less than half a minute when Dib isn't looking. Dib and Zim then go to outer space to ride space bunnies. This blunt and exaggerated plot may have been done out of spite for the cancellation. Zim isn't technically an Invader, and his superiors actively despise him. The episode "The Frycook What Came From All That Space" confirms that Zim was officially demoted from the rank of Invader to Food Services after his disastrous performance during Operation Impending Doom One. His current assignment to destroy earth is actually just the Tallest's latest and most desperate attempt to get Zim as far away from them as possible.
Zim is voiced by Richard Steven Horvitz, his infant self is voiced by Melissa Fahn, and his childhood self is voiced by Shelby Rabara.
Dib being from Jhonens Previous Series Invader Zim, a member of Zim's class at the school they both attend.
Dib has been obsessed with the paranormal and supernatural since an early age. An avid paranormalist, Dib is often criticized by his classmates for being "crazy" or mentally unstable due to his outlandish theories. He apparently is the only human to recognize or care that Zim is an alien, other than Gaz, who thinks he is too dumb to take over the earth. Dib has devoted himself to stopping Zim's plans of conquest. Almost every being he comes into contact with remarks that Dib has an abnormally large head, even though his head looks no more disproportionate than any one else's.
Dib is voiced by Andy Berman
GIR being from Jhonens Previous Series Invader Zim GIR is a dysfunctional version of the Irken SIR (Standard Information Retrieval) units given to Irken invaders.
In order to avoid wasting a functional SIR unit on Zim, GIR was constructed from junk parts found in a trash can. He is completely insane. Zim blames him for most of the problems on the mission, regardless of whether or not it is his fault. GIR takes a lackadaisical approach to life, mostly concerned with his squeaky toys, food, the Scary Monkey Show, pigs, and television. He doesn't know what the 'G' in 'GIR' stands for.
GIR is voiced by Rosearik Rikki Simons
Gaz being from Jhonens Previous Series Invader Zim Gaz is Dib's younger, creepy, antisocial sister, who is often described as "Dib's scary sister."
She has a penchant for video games and a fixation with pizza. She is hardly ever seen without her Gameslave videogame. She love Bloaty's Pizza Hog and drawing piggies. She knows and admits that Zim is an alien, but doesn't care because she is aware of his overwhelming ineptitude and incompetence when it comes to World Domination.
Gaz is voiced by Melissa Fahn.
The Almighty Tallests being from Jhonens Previous Series Invader Zim. The Irken Empire has a hierarchal class structure, where shorter individuals are both figuratively and literally looked down upon.
The tallest Irken alive takes command of the Empire as "the Tallest", but since Red and Purple, the two current Tallest, are the exact same height, they share equal (and high-supreme) power. While the Tallest function mainly as figureheads, doing little to organize the society (preferring to lounge around and eat snacks), they do hold absolute power over the populace. They travel around to observe and supervise Operation Impending Doom II in the Massive, the largest and most powerful ship in the Irken Armada. They appear to mostly use their unlimited powers of state to amuse themselves- sending loyal Irken soldiers to painful deaths , forcing others weaker than themselves to obey their random whims and starving their own command crew . Red is often considered to actually have a slight focus on ruling the Irken race, as is usually seen as being more intelligent than Purple. This is seen in the episode , where, while Purple floats around screaming and eating doughnuts, Red finds out that Zim is controlling the ship via the power core, and switches it with the Resisty's core, thus saving the Massive from hitting Earth. They love to cause other Irkens pain and, Purple especially, puppets.
The voice of Almighty Tallest Purple was done by Kevin McDonald, best known for his participation in the Canadian sketch comedy group The Kids in the Hall and as Pastor Dave in "That 70's show".
Almighty Tallest Red was voiced by Wally Wingert.
Young Purple is voiced David Paul Grove.
Young Red is voiced Samuel Vincent.
Control Brains are large, computerized, brain-like machines created by the Irken Empire for making both storing data and administering tests. They play leading roles in the Empire, and are responsible for making decisions in judiciary matters.
Among other purposes, the Control Brains conduct trials (also known as Existence Evaluations) of Irken criminals, serving as judge, jury and executioner. Should an Irken fail his or her Evaluation, the Brains will eliminate them and erase their 's data so that it may never be used again to corrupt another Irken. This ensures that the memories of the do not get passed along to the Brains' hard drive.
During Zim's trial the three Judge Brains were driven incurably insane by Star's antics and resulted in them having to be replaced.
The Brain that Tak met for the Invader Exam is voiced by Luci Christian
The three Judge Brains are voiced by Estelle, Deedee Magno, and Patti LuPone.
Invader Skoodge is among the shortest Irken Invaders. He is the closest thing Zim has to a best friend (although it is hard to tell, as Zim often abuses him). Skoodge and Zim went to school together at the Irken Military Training Area underground. Despite his success as an Invader, Skoodge is hated by the Tallest for being 'so short and ugly', most likely because this success proved that height has no effect on an Invader's competence.
Not wanting such a short Invader to be the poster boy of galactic conquest in a society discriminated against height, the Almighty Tallest convinced the gullible Skoodge that it had now become customary to fire conquering Invaders from the main cannon before the Armada commenced the Organic Sweep on their assigned planet. After the real Skoodge had been ejected onto the surface of Blorch, Tallest Purple selected a taller candidate, Invader Grapa, to receive the glory for Skoodge's work.
Skoodge miraculously survived and somehow got to Earth
Invader Skoodge is voiced by Ted Raimi
His younger form is voiced by Zach Callison
The primary villain of the story and a manipulative person who claims to be working for Death.
Despite, this Todd is feminine, flamboyant and is obsessed with beauty, making him very humorous despite being easily the most evil character in the show.
At the end of the day, most Sujinara villains are merely jerks who want the finer things in life. Many are comical and relatively harmless, or at least not very intimidating. Some have polite traits and a sense of honor despite their desires for control. Others still are sympathetic characters with understandable motives and tragic pasts.
However, the most common type of villains tend to be tend to be loveable, quirky, and outright hilarious people who are too oblivious or mentally gone to realize that there doing harm to others.
Todd on the other hand has only one goal, spread evil, chaos, and misery throughout the world, and he still pursues it relentlessly.
Todd's malevolence and determination are second to none and now, having undergone a dark spiritual rebirth as a different man, is completely disconnected from both the Human race and Irken people.
Todd is spying the characters for unknown reasons and wants to kill them in the name of his boss.
Todd is coincidently voiced by Todd Habberkorn
Info-chan is a student who currently attends the Sujinara High School. She is Dib's main source of help and information, performing tasks such as briefing Information to Dib. Nobody has any idea what Info-Chan's deal is or her agenda, but it seems to just lead Dib into some kind of trap or for personal gain, rather than good intentions.
Info-Chan is voiced by Janice Kawaye
Johnny C. is a man in his early 20's who elaborately slaughters anyone who irritates him. He drains his victims of blood to paint over a wall in his house to prevent a monster from escaping. He is five feet, nine inches and one hundred and fifteen pounds. He likes stars, the emotionless function of insects, watching people get abducted by aliens, Cherry 'FizWiz', Cherry 'Brain-Freezies', all kinds of movies, Fruity Pops, the moon, little chubby babies, pop rocks and soda, and drawing Happy Noodle Boy. He dislikes humidity, sleep, the physical and mental need for ANYTHING, being abducted by aliens, people who've "GOTTA HAVE A SMOKE!", certain words (EX: wacky), losing his mind, Satan's attitude, and getting shot in the head. Not that much is known about Johnny's history.
All that is known is that his parents were killed by an evil man, thus setting the course for NNY's life as a masked crime fighter, or, perhaps not. At present, NNYs more his own enemy than any external mind could be. What with the decomposure of what may have been, at one time, a fine, intelligent mind. Johnny is, possibly, more hideously mentally malformed than the people he seems to think have ruined his world.
Johnny C. is voiced by Mark Hamill
Based on the mascots for a certain company that produces cookies, "Psycho-Doughboy" (aka "D-Boy") and "Mr. Eff" are carved foam figures that were once part of a pastry display. After being taken home and repainted by Johnny, they were given personalities through supernatural means, and throughout the story appear to represent opposing "sides" of Nny's insanity. Later on, it is also revealed that the two are affiliated with the monster behind Johnny's blood-painted wall: D-Boy refers to the creature as his "Master" and expresses a wish to be reabsorbed into this master, while Mr. Eff seems to have relinquished his devotion to it, and would prefer to become a "real" entity in his own right.
In his role as one of Johnny's "headvoices," Mr. Eff appears to represent Nny's more manic, homicidal side, as he encourages Nny to kill remorselessly to obtain blood to repaint the wall. However, this action also has a selfish motive, since as long as the monster remains inside the wall, it will feed more power to Mr. Eff and Psycho-Doughboy, making them more real. Psycho-Doughboy, on the other hand, represents the depressed, self-loathing aspect of Nny's insanity, encourages Nny to kill himself on several occasions. D-boy is continually infuriated with Nny's failure to commit suicide, and accuses him of sabotaging his attempts on purpose.
Eventually, the Doughboys become more than just extensions of Johnny's insanity, but rather mortal, mobile creatures in their own right, as they interact with the Sujinara Cast.
D-Boy is voiced by David Wain
Mr. Eff is voiced by Chris Sarandon
He is the world's smartest man, host of the popular television show "Probing the Membrane of Science", inventor of SuperToast, and father of Dib and Gaz. Membrane's scientific abilities are offset by incredibly poor parenting: his primary method of managing his children is by way of a floating digital projection screen - and his messages to them are often not only prerecorded but woefully out of date (Future Dib, Dibship Rising). Also, he rarely, if ever, calls Dib and Gaz by their names (instead calling them 'son' and 'daughter'). Professor Membrane's first name is Membrane. His last name is unknown.
Prof. Membrane was voiced by Roger Bumpass until he was arrested for DUI.
Currently, Prof. Membrane is voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson.
Jhonen Vazquez's works, Senor Diablo is Senor Diablo being his name. Standing at something like eight, with humongous, ram-like horns and an unhappy-face pin, he looks positively demonic. Johnny, after being dropped out of heaven with some unanswered questions, asks Senor Diablo about his true nature on earth, learning that he is in fact a 'waste-lock', someone who holds back the vile psychic residue that humans generate on earth.
A relatively sardonic and sarcastic version of the Devil, remarkably akin to Mark Twain's Satan (Letters from the Earth), Senior Diablo is really quite amused by humankind's desire to constantly look good. He finds Johnny's unhappy fate rather hilarious, given that he was obviously disturbed enough to begin with.
Spork accidently made a Faustian bargain with him for cash, but got out thanks to the rest of the gang.
Senor Diablo is voiced by Ken Page
When mimicking a human he's temporarily voiced by J. Michael Tatum
The Announcers are a group Irkens who commentated on the events of the Great Assigning on Conventia through a floating screen. There actual names are unknown; the credits simply list him as "Announcer". The announcer also seems to have the same helmet as some of the Irken robotic guards. They appear to function as News Anchors, Sports Commentators, Radio Announcers, and even Late Night Talk Show Hosts.
They appear to be different people because despite the same look, they each have a different voice.
They are voiced by Brad Abrell, Adam Baldwin, Doug Walker, Joe Vargeras, Brad Jones, Noah Antwiler, Thora Birch, Sandy Fox, Cree Summer, Michaela Dietz, and Rita Rani Ahuja.
The Sujinara Prison Staff
The Sujinara Prison staff are based off of Christy Karacas' Superjail! and consist of these four people:
Warden: The primary director of the Jail. A tall and thin man clad in a purple tailcoat and top hat, gloves, red cummerbund, and yellow-tinted glasses, the Warden has been described as a "mentally ill version of both the Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland and Willy Wonka from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory". Although he possesses an ever-cheerful, silly, and optimistic demeanor, he is a seriously depressed and violent individual due to his upbringing by a strict, abusive father who was also a warden. Despite this he seems to be devoted to the concept of Justice and wanted to be a hero.
Warden appears to have feelings Mistress and often goes to her for comfort. It's not surprising that the two eventually married and had a daughter.
Jared: The assistant to Warden. Jared is the large-headed, long-mustached, uptight/high-strung accountant and the Warden's primary assistant. Jared handles most of Jail's administrative duties as well as extracurricular activities, such as the Jail's Newspaper. He seems to be paranoid and will occasionally freak out at the Warden's more ridiculous decisions.
Mistress: The Second Highest ranked person in the Jail. After a long time of putting up with Warden's odd habits and having to talk him out of his ridiculous decisions leaves Mistress slightly worn out. Despite her snide remarks, it's pretty clear she cares deeply about everyone around her and can be really sweet when not provoked, especially towards Warden. They eventually married and had a daughter together.
Cherise: A quiet, shy girl who acts as the assistant to Mistress. She and Jared are dating. Cherise is very quiet and rarely talks compared to the other three.
In Sujinara, they couldn't get the original actors to voice them, so instead:
Warden is voiced by Eric Vale
Jared is voiced by Greg Ayres
Mistress is voiced by Colleen Clinkenbread
Cherise is voiced by Monica Rial
The mysterious assassin that Todd works for and worships, little is known about him but he always leaves corpses in his wake and is considered the most lethal assassin on the planet.
He claims to be the Grim Reaper, whether or not that's true is a mystery, but it seems unlikely that he's supernatural.
Death is voiced by Roger L. Jackson.
Swollen Eyeball Network
The Swollen Eyeball Network is an organization of devoted conspiracy theorists, paranormal investigators, and function as that Shadowy Council of People who sit in dark rooms and secretly rule Sujinara. Kind of like the mythical Illuminati.
The exact extent, founder, goal, and power of the organization is unknown, but ever since Todd showed up they've been rendered useless in the grand scheme of things.
They are lead by four Ministers and the Supreme Grandmaster (Who keeps adding more adjectives to his subtitle).
It's worth noting that the Four Ministers aren't teleconferencing. They actually are talking heads on computer screens attached to a giant super computer. This is because the four Ministers have died ages ago and what you see are digital simulations of them in a computer network. They pretty much can't do anything but make plans and order their minions around.
The four Ministers got killed by Star hitting the "off" button. Not to mention there plans have backfired horrifically and resulted in causing more destruction than they hoped for.
the Four Ministers are voiced by John de Lancie, Jocelyn Blue, Danny Cooksey, and Bill Chott.
the Supreme Grandmaster is voiced by Richard Epcar.
Lizzie is a girl who seems to be a killer like Johnny and has a mysterious past. However, it's clear that she's not working for Todd.
The gang seems to be attempting to capture her to prevent the destruction she's causing.
Lizzie had an extremely tragic past that revolves around being psychologically tortured and as a result is very far gone.
Lizzie is voiced by Jennifer Carpenter.