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Man Ray

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Residence: Bikini Bottom, Pacific Ocean
Interests: Being evil
Eating Krabby Patties
Occupation(s): Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy's arch villain
Education: High School
SpongeBob and Patrick's goodness school
Physical appearance
Gender: Male
Color: Blue, red, and yellow
Eye color: Red
Connections
Friends: Mable
Dirty Bubble
Sinister Slug
Atomic Flounder
Jumbo Shrimp
Sheldon J. Plankton (formerly)
Enemies: Mermaid Man
Barnacle Boy
The Quickster
Elastic Waistband
Miss Appear
Captain Magma
Pi-Right Ponderer
SpongeBob SquarePants
Patrick Star
Series information
First appearance: "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy III"
Portrayer: John Rhys-Davies (2000-2007)
Bob Joles (2008-present)
List of characters

Man Ray is the second major archenemy of Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy, the first being the Dirty Bubble. He first appears in the episode, "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy III."

Description

He is a parody of Aquaman's arch villain, Black Manta.

Man Ray is an anthropomorphized Manta Ray with a blue helmet shaped like the head of a manta ray and red skin. His gloves, boots, and Speedo are a deep blue color. He has no head under his helmet.

Abilities and traits

Man Ray possesses typical superhero combat skills, and seems to have the power to shoot destructive lasers from his hands.

In his first appearance, he steals some of Mermaid Man's weapons, so it's possible the lasers he shoots are built into his gloves and aren't actually a natural superpower.

History

Man Ray first appears in "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy III." He was trapped in tartar sauce by Mermaid Man until Patrick frees him. He is about to destroy SpongeBob and Patrick, but he has the Tickle Belt so he can't do anything.

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Trivia

  • Despite abandoning his evil ways during his debut, he joins E.V.I.L. in a later episode. In "Shuffleboarding," he actually does retire.
  • He is very susceptible to the Tickle Belt.
  • Oddly, he can remove his head and is still able to talk. This was shown in "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy III" and "Shuffleboarding."
  • In "Super Evil Aquatic Villain Team Up is Go!," Man Ray is seen restocking canned bread into a vending machine.
  • There was a surrealist who went by the same name.
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