This article details the minor characters found in all three versions of The Tick.
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... Character Notable powers Notes Actor Unaffiliated Apocalypse Cow A gigantic cow that can shoot fire from its udder ... The first villain the Tick and Arthur fought ... Armin Shimerman The Tick Creator Ben Edlund In media Publications The Tick (comic book) Other publications TV The Tick (animated series, 1994) The Tick (live action series, 2001) Other The Tick (video game ...
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