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The Tick!
Gallery of villains and Supervillains

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Apocalypse Cow

This monster was mentioned but not shown at the end of the pilot episode. It is apparently a 40 foot cow that shoots flames from its teats. The cow manages to injure Arthur, setting up what was to be episode 2 The Tick vs. The Terror, but Tick and the other heroes defeat her (apparently Tick threw a dump truck at her).

Appearances: The Pilot

Destroyo

Destroyo
Leonid Kasparov Destroyovitch

Destroyo is a true supervillain; one of the only ones to appear in this version of the show. He seems like a regular Russian big-man-with-nuclear-weapons type, but his dark secret is that he has a passion for dance (and chocolate...)

He is caught by The Tick but he's smart enough to get Tick thrown in jail for contempt of court. He nearly escape through loopholes and technicalities, but luckily Arthur manages to goad him into publicly attacking him.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Justice

Destroyo was portrayed by Kurt Fuller

The Red Scare!

The Red Scare

This version of the Red Scare isn't to be confused with The Red Scare from the comics. This version is a brainless Soviet robot programmed to kill Jimmy Carter; while the comic Red Scare was a steroid-driven villain for hire. He's still pretty amusing, but I liked the other one better.

He's unleashed upon the City inadvertently by The Tick when he thwarts the Russians plan to assassinate the Postmaster General.

Appearances: The Pilot

The Red Scare was portrayed by Carrick O'Quinn.

The Terror

The Terror

The Terror is a supervillain from the distant past of the City. When you think of the Terror from the Comics or the Cartoons, you think of a tall, emaciated figure of vague menace. Armin Shimerman (Quark from Star Trek Deep Space Nine) is neither tall nor emaciated, but his portrayal of the Terror was actually pretty good; I was pleasantly surprised. It is a travesty that The Tick vs. The Terror never aired in the United States; in my opinion it was probably the best episode of the entire series.

Appearances: The Tick vs. The Terror

The Terror was portrayed by Armin Shimerman


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