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Toad
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Biographical Information
Real Name: Todd Tolansky
Alias: Toad
Age: 15–18
Species: Mutant
Originally From: New York City (Possibly)
Relatives: Mother (Mentioned)
Affiliations: The Brotherhood


Bayville High School

Interests: Wanda Maximoff (Unreciprocated)
Physical Description
Gender: Male
Hair color: Light brown
Eye color: Yellow
Height: 5'3"
Character Information
Powers: Powerful Leg Muscles
Prehensile Tongue
Spit Spray
First Appearance: Strategy X
Voiced by: Noel Fisher
GALLERY


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"Hey, if you can't be cool, be feared. My momma always
told me that.
"
Toad

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Personality

Todd is a shrimpy, smart-mouthed, weaselly punk with extremely poor hygiene (resulting in, among other things, a very noticeable body odor) with a wise-guy attitude, who thinks he's tough because of the thugs he hangs around with. Todd hangs out with the other members of The Brotherhood, his way to gain respect. He's become close with Lance and especially Fred, who's adopted a big brother-type of relationship towards him.

Physical appearance

Powers

As his name implies, Toad possesses almost all of the traits and abilities of a common toad, most notably his superhuman jumping and leaping abilities. Because of this skill, Toad usually travels by hopping rather than walking, even when traveling only short distances. The most powerful muscles in Toad’s body are in his legs and his tongue. His tongue has been extended to a maximum length of approximately 25-feet long. Toad uses his long, powerful tongue to lash out and grab objects, much like Scott's ruby shades. On a slightly, more disgusting note, Toad also uses his tongue’s whip-like abilities to catch flying insects out of the air and eat them.

Toad’s mouth also secretes a quick-drying adhesive (slime) that he spits at his opponents. It wraps around them and dries instantly, incapacitating them unless they can break free. Also, his hands and feet can ooze a sticky solution that allows him to stick to and climb up walls and ceilings. An awful side-effect of his mutation is that he has a habit of rarely bathing and this, plus his secretions, gives him a strong, foul smell, which does not help people look past his appearance.

History

Toad/History


Notes

Trivia

  • Toad's theme song (Strategy X,Middleverse, & The Stuff of Villains) now has lyrics. You can hear them during Toad's first fight with Nightcrawler, and at the end when Toad heads back to Wanda - The Toad, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.
  • The original Marvel Comics version of Toad has the real name of "Mortimer Toynbee", but in this series, the name is changed to Todd Tolensky. As with the change to Avalanche's name, this name is phonetically similar to his codename.

In Other Media

  • This is Toad's third appearance in an X-Men related cartoon, his previous appearances where in: Pryde of the X-Men and X-Men: The Animated Series
  • Toad was a main antagonist in Wolverine and the X-Men
  • Toad has appeared in the following movies: X-Men and X-Men: Days of Future Past
  • Toad has appeared in a few video games, including: X-Men: Mutant Academy, X-Men Legends, and X-Men: Destiny

Appearance

Season One
Strategy X X Impulse Rogue Recruit Mutant Crush Speed & Spyke Middleverse Turn of the Rogue
Spykecam Survival of the Fittest Shadowed Past Grim Reminder The Cauldron I The Cauldron II
Season Two
Growing Pains Power Surge Bada-Bing Bada-Boom Fun and Games The Beast of Bayville Adrift On Angel's Wings African Storm Joyride
Walk on the Wild Side Operation: Rebirth Mindbender Shadow Dance Retreat The Hex Factor Day of Reckoning I Day of Reckoning II
Season Three
Day of Recovery The Stuff of Heroes Mainstream The Stuff of Villains Blind Alley X-Treme Measures The Toad, the Witch,
and the Wardrobe
Self Possessed * Under Lock and Key Cruise Control X23 Dark Horizon I Dark Horizon II
Season Four
Impact No Good Deed Target X Sins of the Son Uprising Cajun Spice Ghost of a Chance Ascension I Ascension II

References

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