At first, he merely provides support for his friend, making gadgets for him and helping to cover for Virgil to protect his secret identity.
As a result of accidental exposure to an experimental mutagen in an event known as the Big Bang, he gained the ability to control and manipulate electromagnetismand uses these powers to become Static characters this is about superhero named "Static.
Virgil is an intelligent young man with a strong sense of justice, but grapples with a lot of self-doubt. He gradually becomes more mature and responsible with his powers over the course of the series.
Virgil is named after the first African-American to go to law school who was himself named for the Roman poets Virgil and Ovid. Robert Hawkins[ edit ] Robert Hawkins Kevin Michael Richardson — A social worker who runs the Freeman Community Center as head counselor, he is a widower and the single father of two teenagers.
Robert is a strict but caring parent. He strongly dislikes gangs and the destructive attitudes of most Bang Babies, and his work at the community center is motivated by a desire to counteract their bad influence on young people.
In the episode "Static Shaq", it is mentioned that Robert has also been in the Marines and a camp counselor. In the episode "Blast from the Past", Robert states that when he was a kid, he was and still is a fan of the superhero Soul Power.
In the episode "Linked", it is revealed that Robert played football in college, and he was nicknamed "Streak. In the episode "Kidnapped", Robert acknowledged the truth that had been right under his nose: Sharon attends college, but she still lives at home.
She also volunteers at a hospital, and counsels young people at the Freeman Community Center, like her father. Sharon has always been a big fan of Static. Although deep down, she and her younger brother do love each other in a brother-sister way, but they frequently argue, challenge, and tease each other, mainly about things such as the household chores, his studying, and her cooking which is usually barely edible.
Sharon has been dating Adam Evans a. The Rubber-Band Man since the episode "Bent Out of Shape"; though she knows about his super identity, she genuinely cares for him.
In the episode "Brother-Sister Act," Sharon notices how similar Static and Virgil are, and tries to pin him down with proof of her suspicions, but is later tricked into thinking that her suspicions were wrong. Jean is frequently mentioned throughout the series. In "Shock to the System", the first episode of season 1it was mentioned that she had died from gangfire; in "Flashback", in season 3, Jean Hawkins was shown to have been a paramedicand that specifically she had been fatally wounded by a stray bullet during the Dakota Riots, which happened exactly five years prior to the events of the episodes of "Flashback".
She was very important to all of her family, especially to Virgil, who was only 10 years old when she died.
Although Static attempted to convince her to stay in a safe place, even revealing that he was her son Virgil from the futureshe still left to go on duty as a paramedic and was killed that night by a stray bullet by gangfire, but not before telling Virgil how proud she was of him having become a superhero—a statement which finally comforted Virgil over her untimely death.
They were able to make peace after the real culprits were caught. She never discovers that Virgil is Static, and she never appears after season 2; it is unknown whenever the writers intended to break her and Robert up, or if they had simply forgot about her.
The two go far back. He was voiced by Jason Marsden. His power is superhuman intelligence, having invented a number of weapons and devices for Static and himself to use. His superhuman intelligence allows for a very limited form of technopathy with his visor and Back-Pack, as seen in episode 52 when Richie was no longer able to interpret the data stream in his visor and his backpack was no longer able to sync with his brain, which was at genius level when Back-Pack was programmed.
Much like Static, he changes his superhero look between seasons; in the first season, he has a full-body purple suit that covers his head, while in the second season he switches to a black suit while leaving his head exposed.
The name "Adam Evans" is derived from the names of former Milestone writers Adam Blaustein and Yves Fezzaniwho created the character. The alias "Stringer" Rubber-Band Man uses in one episode is his real last name of his comic version, first used in Static Adam is also a talented musician who is on the verge of a professional career.
His greatest personal weakness is a reading disorderwhich he has to struggle through. Rubber-Band Man first appears as a tragic villain when he goes after an opportunistic record producer who had stolen one of his songs.
He would subsequently break out of prison but deciding not to pursue a criminal career, uses his powers to take up a new identity, "Stringer", and becomes a musical rising star.
It is unknown if Adam Evans was exposed to the cure for the Big Bang that neutralized many of the Bang Babies in Dakota at the end of the series. She-Bang[ edit ] She-Bang, whose real name is Shanice Vale, is a girl with superhuman strength, stamina, agility, reflexes, and endurance.
Although she seems like a meta-human she actually was not exposed to the gas; she is really a science project made by her parents, Jonathon and Dolores, who made her chromosome by chromosome. They fell in love with her and went into hiding from a group of people who want to clone her, so she had to act like a shy, normal person till she moved to Dakota trying to blend in with the other Bang-Babies.
When all the people who were after her were captured, she and her parents moved back to Dakota.
She has not been seen since. While looking for Static and Gear, she bumped into Ebon.This is a list of characters who appear in the superhero TV series Static Shock. Dynamic characters are the ones that change over the course of the story, while static characters remain the same throughout.
Regular, recurring and guest characters. In television, a regular, main or ongoing character is a character who appears in all or a majority of episodes. What is a dynamic character? What is a static character?
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All characters in a story are either dynamic or static. A static character is one who doesn't undergo any significant change in character, personality or perspective over the course of a story. A dynamic character, in contrast, undergoes a major transition in one or more of these ways.
Static characters are the opposite of dynamic; static characters do not change. The personality of that character when he is introduced is the same personality when the story comes to a close.