Marvin the Martian
Artwork from The Looney Tunes Show



Oldest version

DDR's version (2005)

Newest version

DDR's version (2005)


Looney Tunes

Marvin the Martian is a recurring villain of the Looney Tunes series that made his debut appearance in the 1948 short, "Haredevil Hare". He is a small, ant-like creature who's design was inspired by the Roman god Mars, as the most notable parts of his attire consists of a helmet and skirt similar to that of a Roman soldier's uniform, with the other notable part being a pair of basketball shoes that otherwise don't fit in with the Roman soldier motif.

Designed to be the opposite of Yosemite Sam, Marvin is smarter and more soft-spoken than most villains from Looney Tunes. He constantly attempts to destroy Earth with the Illudium Q-36 Explosive Space Modulator because it blocks his view of Venus but his plans are often thwarted by Bugs Bunny or Daffy Duck. He has a dog named K-9 and can create Instant Martians with a drop of water.

In M.U.G.E.N Marvin has been created by DDR, under the alias of Tron Boone, with a moveset heavily faithful to the cartoons relying heavily on his devices to keep the opponent at bay. It was later edited by Jenngra505 in an attempt to fix bugs and adjust balancing.

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This character may have clever keepaway with gadgets and gizmos galore but he can also seal your fate with powerful and sometimes even endless combos. He also has an author's signature Easy Mode that heavily simplifies gameplay.