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    Kevin Reynolds
    Since Mem and Zen can also transform, this screentime hogger shouldn't even be in this show.
    Gender: Male
    Type: Johnny Test Wannabe
    Age: 12
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Richard Ian Cox
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Supernoobs
    First appearance: A Noob Hope
    Last appearance: Pie-ramid Pizza with Extra Noob!

    Kevin Reynolds is one of the main characters from a Canadian animated television series called Supernoobs.

    Why He Is Unworthy of the Red Battle Ball

    1. He was shown to be unlikable in most of the episodes.
    2. He is selfish, narcissistic, arrogant, immature, and imperfect.
    3. He is egotistical who barely has empathy for others.
    4. He was flanderized in the second season to make him even more irresponsible that teases Jennifer just because she is a girl, making him a sexist.
    5. He is derivative of the Teen Titans Go version of Beast Boy in terms of power and personality. They both transform into various animals, harass girls, and behave selfishly.
    6. He is also derivative of the titular character from Scott Fellows’ show Johnny Test. They both cause problems for their own towns, act very reckless and selfish, and hog all the spotlight.
    7. He suffers little to no karma for his inconvenient actions.
    8. He usually makes unfunny jokes.
    9. His voice can be irritating for some people thanks to Richard Ian Cox (Ian Kelley from Being Ian and InuYasha), albeit not as annoying as Lofty in the 2015 Bob the Builder reboot.
    10. He is most toxic to his friends.
    11. He alongside Roach hog tons of screen time from the show, often pushing Tyler and Shope to the side and forcing Mem and Zen into boring subplots.
    12. He frequently refuses to listen to his friends and refuses to listen to Mem and Zen. Such a refusal to listen causes a lot of conflict in many episodes.
    13. He misbehaves in school very frequently to the point of being the school delinquent but never gets suspended or expelled for his behavior. This is especially seen in “Dude Or Noob” when he decides to act like a cool dude alongside Tyler and Roach. He then proceeds to chew gum in science class, bully other students in basketball, and wreck the gymnasium, all of which get him and the other noobs sent to the principal’s office repeatedly.
    14. He thinks very little of his own family, especially his father as in “The Noob Watchman” he reveals that his father is a neighborhood night watchman and thinks this job is boring and makes him unpopular at school. Because of this, Kevin decides to lie about his family during career night by having Mem and Zen pretend to be his parents in their Bob and Rob forms, giving them the fake job of being super spies, and preventing his actual dad from attending by turning off his alarm clock and putting headphones with soothing music over his head while sleeping. Kevin also did not even think about what he was implying about Bob and Rob as he said that he went with two dads so he could double his “cool dad career factor”, which just shows how selfish and arrogant Kevin is. Kevin is not punished for this deception and his real father never finds out.

    Redeeming Qualities

    1. His character design is okay. In his battle suit form, the design looks very cool including his hair. (depending on your view).
    2. His animal transformation is cool and interesting.
    3. He did good job-saving others from dangers. For example, he commands the underwater animals to stop an infected rare white whale.
    4. He is a bit likable in Season 1 before his flanderization in Season 2.
    5. His backstory is kind of heartbreaking as he suffers a dysfunctional family life, and that could be the reason for Kevin's selfish and narcissistic behavior. See in the description.
    6. Richard Ian Cox does a great job voicing him.


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