Brandon The Hedgehog




Chicken rings, Japanese culture (i.e. Kamen Rider, Super Sentai, etc.), Anime (i.e. Bakugan, Sonic X, Samurai Pizza Cats, Beyblade, and Pokemon), Hero Factory, Bionicle, Sonic the Hedgehog, Pepperoni Pizza, his Shot Saber, garlic rolls, acting crazy, drawing, typing stories, video games, comic books, Wizard101, Toontown, Toons, T.U.F.F. Puppy, Penguins of Madagascar, Homestar Runner, Thomas and friends, Transformers Prime, Dan Vs., Family Guy, swearing, Regular Show, MAD, The Problem Solverz, Fanboy and Chum-chum, Spongebob Squarepants, Sci-fic, laser guns, stuff he thinks is cool, Root Beer, Jellybeans, Rainbow Sherbet, running, resting, watching youtube, good jokes, Adventure Time, chocolate-covered granola bars, snacking, being left alone, the color blue, winning, Miyoko (sort of), martial arts, robots, and being the hero.


Fruits and Vegetables, being annoyed or ignored, chores, losing, drugs (legal or otherwise), alcoholic beverages, Ryan Stark grabbing his neck too much, having to sing, being told what to do, being called a nerd, incompetence, sports shows, award shows, the news, iCarly (he says it's the worst show Nick ever made and that a 4-year-old could do better blind-folded), The Dip (despite being immune to it), the thought of Toons being destroyed, The Judge-Mentals, evil, the E.V.I.L.E. (Evil Villains In Luxury Enterprices (because they abduct innocent peoples)), peoples being evilized, having his intelligence abused by Ryotaro, and the eyes of real-life bugs (I mean, who doesn't? Them's creepy stuff!)


Ryotaro, Kyoya, Takashi, Mei, Miyoko, Whiteslash (unofficial), Leo, Michael

Brandon the Hedgehog (a.k.a. TokusouBlue/He who wields the Toonblade/BistoNavy) is the main protagonist of Ninjitsu Sentai Tokusouldier. He is the bravest member on the team (and also the first). His being first on the team gave him the title of team leader. He will be voiced by MrBLUERANGERHERO. He appears in the Dave Felis vs. Sly Cooper Trilogy and makes a minor guest appearance in Dave Felis meets Oliver and Company. When Ryan Stark is unable to become BistoViolet, Brandon takes his place as BistoNavy, embued with all the Bistoranger Elemental Powers. He also plays second banana in the Baby Peterson Cartoons.


Brandon was once just a regular civilian. He was basking in the sun one day, minding his own business, when the E.V.I.L.E. army came out of nowhere and abducted him. He soon found out their intensions and fought against them. He also saved a young female wolf. They formed the D.A.W.G.G. after Brandon noticed Mira's abilities.

In the Dave Felis vs. Sly Cooper Trilogy, Brandon was revealed to be the last Cosmic-type Seijuujin ever. He mentioned that his mother was a human and his father was a toon/seijuujin. His father gave up his seijuujin magic to make Brandon's mom a full-fledged toon, becoming a regular toon himself in the process. Brandon absorbed his father's magic, which explains his abilities as a seijuujin. After Brandon was born, he was 1/3 human, 1/3 toon, and 1/3 seijuujin. After his siblings were born, they didn't have a seijuujin side like their brother, for they were born 1/2 toon and 1/2 human. Because Brandon's siblings lacked a seijuujin side, they couldn't assume a human form. Unlike most toons, Brandon and his siblings were born in the human world instead of Toon Town. Their parents wouldn't let either of them set foot in Toon Town, for they thought their human sides would make them vunerable. After Brandon's parents died, Brandon sent his siblings to an orphanage that wouldn't accept teenagers. Afterwards, Brandon got a job at the LooneyToon Studios. He gained fortune, fame, and was at the top of his game. However, when the studio started making live-action shows, Brandon was fired. He couldn't go to Mugen because it was destroyed and he couldn't go to Toontown because he swore to his parents on their deathbeds he would never go (regardless of how much he desired to see it with his own eyes). So, he wandered the human world alone.

After the events of the Dave Felis vs. Sly Cooper Trilogy, Brandon discovers his parents' will and learns that he,Sam, and Daniel would be given their own house in Toontown after their parents die. The best part was that Brandon and his siblings didn't have to pay for it. After Brandon and his siblings moved into Toontown, Brandon had finally lived his dream of seeing Toontown with his own eyes without getting in trouble with his parents and he was happy, even in his dreams.


Brandon is the strangest and bravest of the team. His personality consists of many parts such as bravery, humor, seriosity, and intelligence. He's also the most toon-like member of the team. His philosophy is, "If you can't have a good sense of humor, you're better off dead!" He also has an imagination that's like a spirit trying to possess him. Sometimes it succeeds, sometimes it becomes overwhelmed by him. Sometimes, he prefers to be left alone. He normally acts fine if he's having a good time. However, if he gets angry, he acts in an uncharacteristically savage manner. If he wants to have a good laugh, he'll do whatever he finds funny as long as he doesn't get injured in the process. His biggest fears are getting his zits popped, the dip (despite being immune to it), and the eyes of real-life bugs (I mean who doesn't fear them, right? Thems creepy!).

Despite his occasional temper, he has a sense of honor, as he refused to use his powers against inferior opponents, physically attack women, fight unless someone else started, or destroy a fellow warrior simply because they ask him to (even if it meant seeing his parents again).

Brandon's odd behavior often leads others to believe he has multiple personality disorder.

In the Dave Felis vs. Sly Cooper trilogy, whenever Brandon faces a villain alone, he proves himself to be too clever for the villains to defeat. He proved it by making some of the villains laugh themselves to death and using a boxing glove mallet to open a valve on the resevoir of dip behind some more of the villains to get rid of them. Even Masami admitted he had never seen anyone that clever only to also add whether this is some attempt to make Team C.A.T. look bad. Ryan scoffed indifferently, but secretly, he was rather impressed that a toon could be so clever. However since the Dragozaurs were 'defeated', the team were out of the job ("Extinct" is what Masami said when he finally admitted it.)


Blue Battlemech

Brandon's Battlemech.

Brandon pilots the Blue Battlemech.






The Bird PatrolEdit



The Judge-MentalsEdit

  • Judge Sharkbite
  • Judge Death
  • Judge Core
  • Judge Doomsday
  • Judge Infinity
  • Judge Apocalypse

Other EnemiesEdit

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

Regular Toon formEdit

Like all toons, Brandon is immune to physical abuse (this is mostly due to his rubbery, but unbreakable, Toontanium skeleton). He also has the power of Toonjitsu in his regular toon form. He also has an infinite number of toon power at his disposal.

Toonjitsu attacksEdit

  • The Boxing glove face
  • The Hammerhead
  • The Buzzsaw head
  • Snot Rockets
  • The Seeing Stars/Birds attack


Brandon has the ability to summon various toons through special cards known as, "Spirit Bio Cards." This ability makes him the first Tokusouldier character to summon other toons at anytime. He has a great many of them at his disposal. He can summon any toon from any series with these cards (whether they exist solely within the Tokusouldier Universe or otherwise). When he summons the toons of his choice, he tosses the selected cards into the air and they manifest themselves in the form of their respective characters. In the Dave Felis vs. Sly Cooper Trilogy, Brandon proved that he can use this ability to free the four imprisoned Transformrangers without the villains noticing (because when the Transformrangers were summoned, life-like replicas where left in their prison area).

Brandon Seijuujin form

Brandon the Seijuujin Hedgehog.

Seijuujin formEdit

As revealed in the Dave Felis vs. Sly Cooper trilogy, Brandon is a Seijuujin himself and, as such, has extraordinary powers. Unlike most Seijuujin, he has phenomenal cosmic power similar to the genie from Disney's Aladdin. As such, he also has that genie's sense of humor. Despite his immunity to dip, even in Seijuujin form, he fears it and goes to great lengths to avoid it.

Seijuujin AbilityEdit

In his Seijuujin form, Brandon can shoot flying spears from his pupils. These spears only attack the forces of evil and they hit villains no matter where Brandon's head is facing. He can also use his eyes as jet turbines to create a powerful gust of wind (in which his irises act as the turbine blades).

Human FormEdit

As revealed in Dave Felis vs. Sly Cooper trilogy, Brandon is also part human. In this form, he can regain his toon form by merely making contact with even the smallest amount of paint. In Human form, Brandon has no other abilities.

Pony FormEdit

In the Dave Felis vs Sly Cooper Tetralogy, when accidentally hit by a molecular transformation ray, Brandon becomes a unicorn. Marina, thinking he's someone else, becomes love-struck for him. After Brandon transforms into TokusouBlue, he regains his original form.

Brandon the Pony

Brandon the Pony

TokusouBlue Samurai ModeEdit

TokusouBlue Samurai Mode

Brandon's Rendition of a Battlizer.

When Brandon isn't powerful enough to defeat a ground enemy as TokusouBlue, he uses the Samurai Monolith to transform to Samurai Mode. In this mode, his Shot Saber becomes more like a gauntlet and he has more of a samurai motif.


Individual MechaMonEdit

SympaLinx MechaMonEdit

Auxiliary MechaMonEdit

BioFuse ArmorEdit

  • WereWolfMech (Brandon+WolfMech).

See alsoEdit


  • Brandon takes the first rule of leadership very seriously, for when Ryo and Logan pulled a prank on him in the Dave Felis vs. Sly Cooper trilogy, he blamed Cameron and Dave even after Ryo and Logan admitted they were guilty.
  • Brandon is one of the only Tokusouldiers without an Elemental Power, although he corresponds to all of them.
  • His Battlemech's vehicle mode is somewhat ironic because he's the only member of his team that's afraid of heights.
  • He seems to be the only one who can slightly uderstand Akira. How this is possible is unexplained.
  • When he's feeling down, he tends to sing the song, "Faith of the Heart." Danny mentions that the sound of that song makes him feel like a starship captain, referencing his voice actor's tenure in Star Trek Enterprise.