Moses J. Leviticus
An aspiring amateur gonzo journalist armed with a suitcase of just about every mind-altering drug known
to man and several bottles of strong liquor, Moses set out into the desert in his convertible seeking
to experience the strange condition of human existence. Then, he stopped to pick up a hitchhiker named Marlie,
prematurely entered a narrated afterlife, and awoke with the power to control his universe.
A troubled and freakishly violent half-vampire girl who was picked up while hitchhiking and caused all magnitudes of
wanton mayhem since she was introduced. Was raised by a cable guy and has an obsession with television, as
well as an uncountable variety of mental syndromes birthed by her troubled childhood. Notably has one prosthetic eye.
She nonchalantly joins the cast by chance of fate and seems to have a general understanding of the chaos
that Moses has been inexplicably drawn into. Carefree and outgoing, she plays dumb at times but is actually
a computer genius. Romy also has a sensitivity to electricity as a form of stimulation and is not shy about
experimenting with alien species or electromagnetic devices.
What appears to be a normal man is merely a skin for this strange demonic entity
who professes to being a Vampire Killer and thus targets Marlie. His powers seem to center around
his extreme speed and ability to summon axes which mysteriously disappear from their origins, meaning
they are not magical but simply regular axes.
It's not his real name but that's what Marlie names him when she makes him her slave. It's not quite
spelled out clearly but the entity named Bob has some connections to Marlie's childhood. Bob, as
a human, doesn't appear to be too bright but will gladly serve his mistress.
Revised from his origins from 1996, Max becomes part
of the story during a flashback where he meets
Marlie and manipulates her insane strength to his advantage by entering her in underground fighting
tournaments, taking his opportunity to feed and shelter himself after Cammy kicked him out on the street.
Also making a brief appearance from the old MaxPanic
comics, Cammy can't afford to keep the both of them
fed and forces Max out of her apartment for the last time, although she can't find it in her heart to
refuse him when he comes back to her in desperation.
Donsario V. Bebedor de la Orina is a crooked mob boss who runs an illegal underground fighting ring,
and has a soft spot for women who can beat the shit out of someone. He also has a penchant for 'fixing'
the fights so as to ensure profits for his insiders. He's not really a very nice guy, and he has funny-looking
Although The Don's trusted right hand man, his hidden agenda involves having The Don assassinated so that
he can assume the throne and manage the underground more efficiently. He believes that The Don is a sloppy,
careless leader who's made more enemies than friends. The fact that Louie appears to be honest and methodical
makes him that much more indimidating.
Chip and Hitler
Really, Hitler is a popular name for their species, almost comparable to John for English Humans. This pair of
aliens, working for The Cycle, track down Moses and attempt to get him to relinquish his power voluntarily.
Their true motive is ultimately revealed after Moses thwarts their attempts to destroy him. Hitler is the stupid
one, should you need to tell them apart.
Adamant protector of the multiverse, Halley is the top candidate for ending the threat of dimensional
warfare by capturing the elusive, mysterious ringleader known only as the Puppet Master, who devised
The Cycle as his order of minions. She's quick on the draw and has the ability to use 'magic' cards which
have many purposes.
Mysterious and a little bit insane, Engina is Halley's second set of eyes and while not as agile as her
partner, remains a deadly threat using her rifle and dagger which can be attached as a bayonet. Together,
they have been nicknamed the Galaxies' Finest. She's also an engineer, and maintains Halley's interceptor.
Ashta and Mr. Brock
This odd pair attempt to track and engage Halley and Engina in order to retrieve a certain 'card' in
Halley's possession. While Ashta specializes in circuitry and robotics, (luckily for Brock, who is a disembodied
head surviving on top of a robot body) Mr. Brock is able to pilot as well as perform larger scale repairs and
upgrades to spaceships.
Other Supporting Characters
Clint crosses over from the Stubble universe while Moses experiences an afterlife.
(though, I don't think Clint's side is archived any more...) Vince shows up once to tie up the plot from Infelicity. Johannes Velasquez appears as one of Marlie's opponents. Come on guys, this one's obvious. Escapeman crosses over from his universe to host a talk show. Mommy's Little Burden, at least that's what's written on her hat, is an orphan that Marlie adopts. Cycle Assassins attempt to kill Moses and generally fail. Jaida and her parents have some abilities of foresight and she witnesses their deaths. The Aomidoro Family are an overly-stereotypical Japanese family with a time machine.
If you go and translate their names, they're pretty disgusting and pretty much describe their behavior. The Puppet Master is the evil mastermind. When you figure out who he is, you'll shit bricks. The Chipmunk appears again only to reprise his pitiful role. Several Inmates try to help Marlie fight Deuse, and one is apparently a vampire. Jill Creek, another old MaxPanic character, has a short but chronologically important cameo.