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Finally, it has all come to pass, exactly as I have foreseen it.
~ The Skeleton King
The time has come to wipe humanity from the face of Shuggazoom! LET THE WAR BETWEEN THE LIVING AND THE DEAD... BEGIN!
~ Skeleton King declaring war on the Hyperforce.

The Skeleton King is the main antagonist of the cartoon series Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!. He is an undead galactic conqueror who is bent on unsealing the ancient demonic beings known as the Dark Ones. He is also the arch-nemesis of Chiro, the protagonist of the show.

He was voiced by Mark Hamill, who did the voice for the Joker in the Batman: The Animated Series and animated films and series that followed, the Hobgoblin in Spider-Man: The Animated Series, Maximus in the Fantastic Four animated series, Undergrowth in Danny Phantom, Solomon Grundy in the DC Animated Universe, Stickybeard in Codename: Kids Next Door, Flint in Disney's Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, Niju in Balto II: Wolf Quest by Universal Pictures, Fire Lord Ozai in Avatar: The Last Airbender, Kavaxas in Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Trickster in The Flash, Dictatious Maximus Galadrigal in Trollhunters, ShiverJack in Disney's Jake and the Never Land Pirates, Agent Goodman in Disney's Recess: School's Out, Popsicles in the 2016 reiteration of The Powerpuff Girls, Alvin the Treacherous in the How to Train Your Dragon series, and as Luke Skywalker in Star Wars.


The Skeleton King used to be a genius scientist called the Alchemist who used his knowledge of both magic and science to benefit Shuggazoom City. One day, he accidentally opened a portal (which was meant to be an interdimensional window of sorts) to an immensely-evil dimension known as the Netherworld and was infected by an evil monster that was one of the Netherworld's denizens known as the Dark Ones. He built the Super Robot Monkeys to protect the world from the evil monsters whose essence would soon transform him into their worst enemy. Once he finished modifying the robots, he submitted himself to the transformation into the Skeleton King.

The Skeleton King has worked with multiple villains in the series, but the most recurring villain that he has worked with is Mandarin, the once member to the monkey team. He has also teamed up with Jinmay but she became a good friend of the monkey team after it. He has another villainous ally, the sorceress named Valeena who later was betrayed and killed by him after his resurrection.

After his revival in the final episode, the Skeleton King became much more powerful than his previous form.


You're no king. You're a slave!
~ Chiro to the Skeleton King (regarding his allegiance to the Dark Ones).

The Skeleton King wants nothing else than to take over the world and enslave the inhabitants. However, he is merely a servant to far more powerful entities, the Dark Ones, and his goal in Shuggazoom is to release the Dark One Worm, his true master. He completes this in the second season finale only for the worm to be decapitated. The worm regenerates and merges with the Skeleton King's head becoming the Skeleton King Worm. Before he could destroy Planet Earth on his galaxy destroying quest, the Hyperforce destroy the worm. The Skeleton King would make his final return in the final episode with a large army of the dead for final conquest. The series ended before we saw his final fate.



  • He is the first main antagonist of a Disney television series to be voiced by Mark Hamil, the second is Abraham Kane.
  • Interestingly, Mark Hamil would later go onto voice another skeleton-themed villain, Skeletor in Masters of the Universe: Relevation.
  • A popular theory among the fans of the cartoon is that he’s Chiro's father because in the episode of the same name, Skeleton King has a collection of Chiro's toys.
  • Both of his major designs bare resemblences to certain villains:
    • His first design bares a resemblence to Skull from Cyborg 009, a series speculated to have had an influence on Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!.
    • His second design, upon being resurrected, resembles that of Darth Vader, which if intentional, is fittingly ironic, as Mark Hamill played Vader's son Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars films.


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