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Mr. Black and Mr. White are the duo of supporting characters of The Misadventures of Robbie Gordon: The Yellow Kid. They are two secret agents who are sent to always spy on the Gordon kids and make sure they don't do anything dangerous and their not doing any good.

Abilities

Both of them are mutants, which was revealed in the episode Power-Punch Man. Being mutants has given them the power to shoot ropes out of their hands. It is unknown how they can shoot them, but it seems that they shoot out when their flicks their wrists. (This is a reference to the method Spider-Man uses to shoot webs from his hands).

Personalities

Mr. Black and Mr. White are best friends and partners. Even through thick and thin, they always try to make up with each other, and always remain close friends. Like each other, they've buff and tough federal agent. Mr. Black and Mr. White work for the SSGA (Super Secret Government Agency). But their big secret is that they realize that Robbie, Ivan, and SK, are far more capable of crushing any evil that foists itself on Oddville than they are. A quid-pro-quo friendship underlies all the madness, and the six actually have fun together.

Although neither of them is very good at their jobs Mr. White is often shown to be the less bumbling and more uptight of the two. A good example of this is in their debut episode Power-Punch Man. Here his partner accidentally reveals their mutant powers, and he immediately goes crazy and tries to cover it up, while Mr. Black just says "Oops" and stands there. This also is shown by the fact that he's a much more graceful dancer, and is usually the first of them to state their mission or announce a problem. Also when he and he partner are trying to tight rope walk he wants there to be a net for safety.

Trivias

  • Ironically, Mr. Black's skin color is white, the opposite his name, he is African American.
  • He knows how to dance.
  • In his debut, he was an enemy of the Tests but quickly became a good friend.
  • Mr. Black has got white skin and white hair, which is ironic since his name is Mr. Black.
  • In his debut, he was an enemy of the Tests but quickly became a good friend.
  • Memnock, a character from Scott Fellow's newest cartoon, Bill Mondy played both of their roles.
  • Supernoobs has many things in common with Mr. Black and is possibly inspired by Mr. Black. Both characters love cooking, hang out with another agent, work under orders from a general, and both characters are voiced by Bill Mondy.
  • Mr. Black and Mr. White bare a striking resemblance to the Men in Black.







 

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