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Django of the Dead (also know as Django) is an main antagonist of El Tigre & the grandson of Sartana of the Dead who appeared in "The Good, The Bad, and the Tigre". He is the main antagonist of the episode "The Good, The Bad, and the Tigre.
He was voiced by Danny Cooksey.
Django sports a cowboy hat, claws, a poncho and boots. He is most feared for his evil mystic guitar.
At the start of "The Good, The Bad, and the Tigre", Django is seen as a stubborn & arrogant child, showing that he wants to prove to Sartana wrong about being too young to take over such power by winning the tournament. Later on, however, it is shown that Django is probably more witty and evil than his own grandma, as he devised the plan to get all of Sartana's enemies in one spot to desroy them.
He first appears in "The Good, The Bad, and the Tigre", where he is one of the competitors & teams up with El Tigre when his father & grandfather think that he's too young to join. However, it was revealed later that it was all part of Django's plan. He was later defeated when his guitar brokes. in the series finale "No Boots, No Belt, No Brero", Django makes a cameo with her grandmother when they are sitting drinking tea before being hit by El Mal Verde.
- He was voiced by Danny Cooksey who also voiced Brad Buttowski and Jack Spicer.
- Like his grandma, all of his powers comes from his mystic guitar; if it is destroyed, he perishes.