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The Danger Force are a reference to superhero teams such as Marvel Comics' The Avengers and DC Comics' Justice League.

Below is a list of super hero or villain references from the show Danger Force, a spin-off of Henry Danger. Like it's predecessor series, the references vary from appearance and name, to colors, weapons, and powers they may possess. It also varies from Marvel Comics and DC Comics, to other franchises and media which contain hero/villain references. Certain depictions of heroes/villains based on various mythologies are also included.

Note: Spoilers from either media may follow.

Main Character References

Ray Manchester (Captain Man)

  • His name is a play on the two most common superhero titles from comics, "Captain" and "Man".
  • Superman: Captain Man is loosely based off of Superman. Having a near powerful body to withstand any pain; also has a weakness to go with it. Both share the same colors: blue, red, and yellow.
  • Batman: Secret base located underground, carries gadgets on his belt, and also uses a computer to track down criminal activity. Also had a sidekick Kid Danger who is similar to DC's Robin.
  • Manchester Black: His last name, Manchester, is a reference to Manchester Black, an antihero from DC Comics.
  • The Flash: He has special gum balls that allow him to put his suit on similar to the Flash using his ring to store his suit.
  • The Tick: A result of his humorous nature, and his ability to take pain, as well as being super strong. Also a dimwit when it comes to being a superhero.
  • Captain America: His bravery and courage to protect the lives of the innocent, as well as his super strength making him tougher than the average human. However, unlike Captain America, Captain Man only protects citizens living in Swellview (with small exceptions).
  • Professor X: He runs a school for gifted kids with superpowers, just like Professor X and the X-Men.

Schwoz Schwartz

  • Alfred Pennyworth: A butler/servant to Batman who aids and helps him when he's crime-fighting. Also similar to how Alfred has an English accent, Schwoz has an accent of his own.
  • Lucius Fox: Helps supply the hero with gadgets and tools necessary for the mission.
  • Q: Like Q from the 007 series, Schwoz provides a variety of gadgets/tools/weapons for the hero to use out on the field before they embark on a mission.

Mika Macklin (ShoutOut)

  • Black Canary: Mika's Mighty Shout is similar to Black Canary's Canary Cry.

Miles Macklin (AWOL)

  • Deadpool: Has the ability to vanish to his advantage when facing multiple opponents.
  • Goku: Like the Saiyan fighter, he can teleport from place to place in quick succession.
  • Dream Girl: Like this superhero from DC, Miles can see into the future.

Bose O'Brian (Brainstorm)

  • Luke Skywalker: Bose's power of telekinesis is much like the Jedi master's power of using the Force.
  • Brainwave, Jr.: His ability is also similar to that of Hank King Jr./Brainwave Jr., or his father, the original Brainwave.

Chapa (Volt)

  • Storm: Can generate electricity through her body and adjust its level of intensity.
  • Mighty Thor: Much like Jane Foster, has the powers of lightning to her disposal.
  • Black Lightning: Chapa's electrokinesis is also similar to Jefferson Pierce/Black Lightning's power, as well as his daughters Thunder and Lightning.

Season 1

The Danger Force Awakens

  • The Danger Force may be based on youthful superhero groups such as the Young Avengers, Young Justice League, and the Teen Titans.

Say My Name

Ray Goes Cray

  • Ray being bald and in a wheelchair is a reference to Professor X from the X-Men series.

Villains' Night

  • Heroes go undercover as villains to capture them or to gain information of an up coming threat.
  • Captain Man's villain identity and costume is similar to the DC superhero, Hawkman. It also resembles the persona of Batman.

Mime Games

  • Monsieur Man is a reference to Captain America, being a superhero that represents his country in uniform with a French flag motif.

Quaran-kini

Chapa's Crush

Return of the Kid

  • Blackout is a mix of Boba Fett, Darth Maul, and Kylo Ren from the Star Wars franchise.

Mika in the Middle

The Thousand Pranks War: Part I & II

Down Goes Santa: Part I & II

  • Krampus redeeming himself is much like Jack Frost, in The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause, where the villain turns back into their normal self.
    • This version of Krampus is also similar to the Grinch from Dr. Seuss' book How The Grinch Stole Christmas.

Vidja Games

Test Friends

Season 2

An Imposter Among Us

  • Rick Twitler being able to control Mika's mind through the VR simulator is similar to The Riddler's mind control cyberspace in Batman: The Animated Series, where he was able to trap Commissioner Gordon and Batman; to an outsider, it would look like they are zoned out.
    • To an extent, the mind control trope is also similar to the Joker in Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker, who planted a microchip on Tim Drake and can transform into the Joker without the host's knowledge.

A Danger Among Us

A Cyborg Among Us

A Henry Among Us

Krampapalooza

Mika's Musical

Dude, Where's My Man Buggy?

Power Problems, Part 1 & 2

  • Big Beard is an obvious reference to the legendary pirate Blackbeard.
  • The Gas Clown is a complete reference to the Joker, Batman’s nemesis, and is very much themed after him, having an arsenal of circus-like weapons to attack his enemies.

Attack of the Clones

Bottle Snatchers

The Girl Who Cried Danger

Bilsky's Billions

Jack the Clipper

  • Regina is a reference to Jack the Ripper, a serial killer who also spawned an urban myth and many fictional works surrounding the character.
  • Freddie Scissor-fingers is a reference to Edward Scissorhands.
  • There are several references to the DC superhero, Batman:
    • Melverp Korthenschotzz (The Commissioner) is a reference to Batman's detective partner, Jim Gordon.
    • The signal that calls out to the Danger Force is the same as the Bat-Signal that calls out to Batman.

The Supies

Alien Zoo

Let's Go to the Movies!

Minyak Attack

Street Fightin'

Chapa's Phone Home

Uncle Hambone

New School Who Dis?

Class Action Heroes

Wedding of the Trentury

Unmasked

Season 3

The Force Returns, Part 1 & 2

Big Dynomite

  • Lil Dynomite is partially based on Syndrome from Disney Pixar's The Incredibles. He seeks to become a superhero in Swellview while overthrowing Captain Man and the Danger Force to have his demands met.

Guardians of the Ponytail

  • The episode title is a reference to the Marvel superhero team, the Guardians of the Galaxy.

Miles Sells His Soul

SwellMelonFest

  • The Cell is an indirect reference to these Dragon Ball Z characters:
    • Cell, Androids 16, 17, 18, and 19.

Hey, Where's Schwoz?

Dumber Force

Don't Go In There!

Bose's Birthday Party

Ray Forgives

The Battle for Swellview

Danger Force: Mini Episodes

Secrets Revealed!

Danger Force Troll Smackdown

Leaked Video Pt. 1

Leaked Video Pt. 2

Prank War

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