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Here are the list of all of the characters created by Rita Christensen in her Jane Hoop Elementary franchise. They were listed in order for the heroes, villain and supporting characters.

HeroesEdit

Main article: Jane Hoop Elementary (heroes)

VillainsEdit

Main article: Jane Hoop Elementary Villains

Janet KingstonEdit

Janet Kingston (nee Nelson) is the deceased mother of Alice and wife of David. Janet was born in May 1, 1970. Christensen described Janet is lovely and funny. Janet has black long hair, brown eyes. She is also describes Janet is one of the most popular girl in high school, thus she was a high school cheerleader, who dates with David Kingston. She got married after growing up and after high school with Don Kingston.[1] In Morphin the Power, Alice revealed to Jane Hoop Elementary that her mother was murdered. While traving back in time, Danny sees a girl, alongside Catwoman and Shego, bullying Bella. It was revealed that Janet is a enemy to Bella, but leaving Danny to question why is Janet murdered.

In Turbo of Catland, Danny reads a news article about Janet's murder, and is dying to find out who has murdered her, but believed that Catwoman did it. But Rebecca and Alec thinks that she has no such thing. The news paper reads that Janet was murdered, but there was no murder caught or named identified. However, near the end of the story, it was revealed to Danny that Catwoman is the one who killed Janet, meaning that he was shockingly telling the truth.

In The Final Rush, Danny wants to find out if it's actually true, so he and his friends Rebecca and Alec head back in time to Janet's old years. Janet is seen as friends with Catwoman back than. But a copule years after their high school graduation, and three years after Alice's birth, Catwoman wants her to join her side to take over the world and killing people. But Janet refuses not to, thus Catwoman decided to murder her. Worried, Janet eventually joins her, but thinks that she's lying and stabbed her in the stomach with the knife, learning to Danny and friends that Catwoman doesn't believe in people, leaving to her betrayal.

Saoirse Ronan portrayed as the character as a teenager, and Eliza Dushku into the film adaptation, Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1.

Lou KingstonEdit

Lou Kingston is Lilly's husband, David's father and Alice's grandfather, as well Janet's father-in-law. He first appears in the final book, The Final Rush. He was born on October 3, 1923. Lou gets married 35 years ago with Lilly Martin. He is a elderly character, with gray hair was old. He has a terrible back surgery, which would be still okay.[1] He learns about Catwoman's The Final Rush, in which Danny want to ask him what is all about it.

Lou is portrayed by Andy Griffith in The Final Rush - Part 2.

Lilly KingstonEdit

Lilly Martin-Kingston (nee Stoner) is Lou's wife, David's mother and Alice's grandmother, as well Janet's mother-in-law. She first appears in the final book, The Final Rush. She was born on August 15, 1924. Lilly gets married 35 years ago with Lou Kingston. She is a elderly character, with gray hair was old.[1]

Lilly is portrayed by Betty White.

Kirk WatersEdit

Kirk Waters is the most powerful video game player of the Jane Hoop Elementary video game ever. He is described "a very adorable young man" in the second book, and also in the seventh book, he is seen and described by Christensen as "a very good looking guy". He first appear appears in The Cyber Escape where he is lives with his parents, who treat him like garbage for quite some time in his life. His grandparents are the only nice people in his family, but sadly, both of them passed away in a car accident. Wishing that he would move far away, he went inside the video game making his parents worried sick, realizing that they made a huge mistake of being mean to their son, and hoping that they would be nice to him at this time. Danny and his friends went inside the video game where they were trying to get him out of the game, and return to his parents. But he says that he enjoys being in the game and does not wish to return back home. But within his parents finally find out, he decided to return back home. And after his parents were killed by his evil nemesis Evil Kirk, he managed to stay in the game instead.

In The Final Rush, just years after being inside the video game, a grown up Kirk is seen once again entered outside the video game into the Final Battle where he helped Jane Hoop Elementary to save the world. He survived from the battle and begins flirting with Heather Woods. It has been announced by Alec that Kirk marries Heather.

Kirk returns in the film series spin-off sequel Heroes Forever: The New Resolution. Kirk and Heather are divorced, and is now married to a new wife Melissa, and has a child named Zayne. It was said that they had moved to Canada, where Zayne was born in Canada. Zayne got the job in Cincinnati, and it is the reason why the family moved back to Cincinnati. As Kirk reunites with his fellow friends Danny, Rebecca, Alec, Cory, Jaquille and the rest of the group, Zayne also befriends with their children Devin, Brooke, Kurtis, Erica, Kyle and Kayla. His behavior become strange as Zayne is kidnapped by Wolfman, Catwoman's younger brother, possessing him and giving him telekinesis with the First and the Crystal Power.

During Danny and Rebecca's Christmas party, Kirk and Zayne gets into a heated argument and storms out. At home, Kirk's home is wrecked and Zayne disappeared. After discovering that he is under a evil spell, Kirk fights with Zayne to save his life. Kirk tells him to break the spell and he loves him. As Zayne looks to be returning normal, he rejects and stabs his father in the stomach and falls to his death. Devin knocked him out eventually returning back to normal. At Kirk's funeral, Zayne is wanting to take revenge on Wolfman on what he has done.

Kirk is portrayed by Logan Lerman in the 2001 film adaptation of The Cyber Escape and reprised his role in a 2011 film The Final Rush: Part 2. Before Lerman was chosen, Nathan Kress was originally scheduled to play the role. Lerman states that this is his first time that he can play in a bigger roles in his career. Kirk will return in the franchise spin-off, named by Rita Christensen's Superhero Saga, appearing in Heroes Forever: The New Resolution with Lerman reprising his role.

DaciaEdit

Dacia is the owner of Morphin the Power. Christensen described Dacia, brown fury hair, brown eyes and a very beautiful young woman. She lives on the planet Morphin the Power, a place where it discovers great new powers.

Dacia first appears in the fifth book of the series, Morphin the Power. She refused ordered the heroes to go back where they came from after they were attacked by members of Catwoman's robots, who followed them to stop them from getting new powers. They were powerless and hopeless after the heroes' clones, made by Evan, took their powers away. However, after explaining to them about Goldenman, she eventually lead them to the ancient ruins to retrieve the Crystal Power, Goldenman's quest to save him from dying after his powers were drained by his half-brother-in-law, Evan. She has given them karate powers to the gang where they used them to fight against monster while heading to the third power to retrieve it.

In Turbo of Catland, as Alec and Rebecca transported back in Morphin the Power, Dacia appears on "the third power". She let on the island was in danger. Dacia appears once again at the half-end of the book, during a battle of Jane Hoop Elementary everyone and Catwoman everyone. After the battle, she returns home.

In The Final Rush, Dacia is seen absent from Morphin the Power. It was uncertain that she was kidanpped or have moved away from her homeplanet to another. But she is seen during a final battle in Cincinnati forming a powerful power using her powerful stick defending Danny, Rebecca and Alec from the attack of the possessed animals while they are on their way to find and rescue Goldenman from Catwoman. After the battle, Dacia survives and returned to back home to Morphin the Power. It was said that the reason why she did not appear in Morphin the Power because she is trying to avoid getting attacked by Catwoman and her army.

Dacia is portrayed by Jami Gertz in Morphin the Power, Turbo of Catland and The Final Rush - Part 2.

Jack and McKenzieEdit

Jack Rowe and McKenzie Bradford are both weight the same health form to be as The gang's allies and the by bullying enemies to Danny, Alec and Rebecca. Jack and McKenzie, both were overweight. Christensen described McKenzie's birthday is "January" and Jack's "November" after two days on Rebecca's birthday. In The First, they have try to saw a secret with Jane Hoop Elementary as form to another students. In, Goldenman's Revenge, they have now find a secret as well also make a fear that Jack would find a trophy and steal it, which they only wanted it. The Magic Ball, Jack and McKenzie watches the pink cloud blooming of magic, from the magic ball. Also, they were attacked by Belle frozen using The Magic Ball. Danny saves the world after disappeared on Catwoman, takes her escape, saves his friends even Jack & McKenzie. [1]

In Morphin the Power, Jack and McKenzie starts their jobs, sale off cotton candy at King's Island. Both, arguing to share the jobs. Including, meet with Alice walking along. Jack and McKenzie invites the celebration with all young children and Alice, at the tonight's party. The Kids, Jack and McKenzie are invited to their party, includes Alice doesn't allow to have her time. Later, Jack and McKenzie starts to help with Alice and all of children of Cincinnati, to save their parents from the drinking potion, before fell off the cliff to kill them. In Turbo of Catland, Jack and McKenzie were kidnapped by Catwoman onto her sub, with Rebecca, Alec and Alice and Danny, journeys to Catland of Catwoman's home for Catgirl's marriage. In The Final Rush, they were hypnotize stupidity by Catwoman, with her friend Belle, joined the people.

Jack and McKenzie were portrayed by two actors Charlie Anderson and Dan Williams in all of the Jane Hoop Elementary films (2000-2011).

Heather WoodsEdit

Heather Woods is a 17-year-old girl of Cincinnati, Ohio, which she was a girl of the city, which she has friends during her school. Heater is the temporarily potential new love interest after flirting with Alec after rescuing her from the house fire.[1]

Heather only appears in the final book of the series, The Final Rush. She is seen on televison being rescued from the building fire by Alec. Heather is rescued again from being attacked by a giant dragon wished from Shego attempting to attack Alec, and Heather avoids but fell into the ocean and drowns. She is eventually rescued by him, and kissed with passion. When Naudia arrived and saw them, she gets heatred with jealousy and ended their relationship. Later Naudia and Heather argues about the relationship, when she only asks she is trapped into the house fire. Later, she asks Alec to broke up, and want to go back with Naudia. After feeling heart broken, Heather was attacked and murdered by Luke, but was possessed with the power of the Magic Ball. As they return to Cincinnati, Alec and Heather battles and Alec finally changes Heather back to normal while kissing her as well as bringing her back to life. After rescuing her, Heather, at this time, is seen getting killed by Catboy gnawring her arm, where Rebecca stunts him throwing him off the window to his death rescuing Heather. She has been healed by Naudia. Alec broke up with Heather and got back together with Naudia leaving Heather heartbroken and became jealous and furious to Naudia. But she eventually helped them saving the world. After the final battle ended, she no longer have feelings for Alec, as she begins to have feelings for video game player Kirk Waters. It was later revealed by Alec that Heather and Kirk got married.

However in Heroes Forever: The New Resolution, it is revealed that Kirk is married to another woman named Melissa. Christensen revealed that him and Heather had divorced and they both moved on. Heather is portrayed by Miley Cyrus for the two-part The Final Rush film adaptation.[1] Cyrus had a small role as Heather in Part 1, but her role was bigger for Part 2.

Howard LukinsEdit

Howard Lukins is a retired superhero. He has gotten superpowers from the First at the age of 7. During his years of protecting Cincinnati, he met Katie Ferguson while being trained and both begin dating. Years later, the two retired and got married to his girlfriend. The two did not have any kids for years.

In the beginning of The Magic Ball, Howard and Katie both were in Morphin the Power for their picnic. However, Howard overhears a conservation from one of Catwoman's army. One of them has striked the wish from the Magic Ball and has puts a powerful spell on Howard and killed him. Katie founds his body and was killed as well.

In Morphin the Power, Howard has been method that he was a member of Jane Hoop Elementary as well as Katie.

Howard is portrayed by Nick Lachey in the film adaptation of The Magic Ball.

Katie FergusonEdit

Katie Lukins (nee Ferguson) is Howard's wife. They first met when they are being trained on being superheroes. Years later, the two have retired and got married, and they did not have kids together. In the beginning of The Magic Ball, they discover that one of Catwoman's army members hids the Magic Ball and they used the power to murder both Katie and Howawrd. In Morphin the Power, Katie has been mentioned that she was a member of Jane Hoop Elementary as well as Howard.

Katie is portrayed by Drew Barrymore in the film adaptation of The Magic Ball.

BlazeEdit

Blaze a magical young born-wizard from planet Mars in space. He was not just an alien from space. Blaze lives on Mars after 21 years ago, before he was born. He is originally 21 years old.

In Turbo of Catland, Blaze fees under attack of Catwoman's robots includes of Belle Lamar. He flees straight to earth finding shelter to be saved with. When Blaze crashes on earth, it causes after two days on the news. Danny, Alec and Rebecca tales a look find out. [1] Blaze is originally escapes to Morphin the Power with Dacia. Alec and Rebecca make a rescue. When they founded Blaze, he accidentally causes out his scare when switches bodies on Rebecca and Alec. Later, was kidnapped by Catwoman, to provided to destroy Danny after marrying Catgirl to Catland, Alec, Rebecca and Alice. It faces a battle on Catland lost island when Jane Hoop Elementary members saving Blaze and other friends. After the battle, Blaze was send himself back home in Mars.

In The Final Rush, Blaze has return to earth, comes for a visit within gave Danny, Alec and Rebecca their new powers. Meanwhile, he was kidnapped by Catwoman once again at her Base. And than, he rescues Danny, Rebecca and Alec as they escape from the base where Shego throws a knife towards them as Blaze block thems and gotten stabbed in the stomach. With his final worlds "Danny Gorden", he died on Danny's arms.

Blaze is voiced by Lewis Alder in Turbo of Catland and The Final Rush - Part 1.

MarthaEdit

Martha is Blaze's wife. In Turbo of Catland, she is kidnapped by Belle Lamar and so as her son where Alec, Rebecca, Alice, Jack and McKenzie journeys to rescue them and Danny. She and others were eventually rescued by Cory, Jaquille, Naudia, Stephanie and Hunter.

In The Final Rush, she and her husband and her son were once again kidnapped. He mourns on her husband after he was stabbed to death by Shego. She eventually survives with her child in the final battle and lives the life with her son. As Martha went back to her hometown, she has found herself a new boyfriend and married him.

Martha is voiced by Christina Harris in the last three Jane Hoop Elementary films.

KillerEdit

Killer is Catwoman's pet wolf, described as hairy, large and scary black wolf with many teeths. He first appeared in Goldenman's Revenge. During his first appearance, he appears to be attacking Danny, Rebecca and Alec while hunting to save their friends from being kidnapped by Catwoman. In The Magic Ball, Killer hunting and has murdered two married couples, whom are the former superheroes. In Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power. In The Final Rush, Killer helped Luke to set out murders in Cincinnati to help Catwoman to create an army to rule over the world. Danny envisions that Killer is one of Catwoman's weakness to be destroyed. While Rebecca and Alec managed to destroy him, but Cory used the Black Buzzer to kill him. He is Catwoman's eighth and final super strength ability to be destroyed.

Tiffany and SamanthaEdit

Tiffany Blake and Samantha Johnson: Alice's two best friends who both first appears in Turbo of Catland where they were chating with each other in junior high that Alice spends too much time with Jane Hoop Elementary instead of her two best friends. Also, they help the heroes and Alice to safe the world. However, Tiffany and Samantha has a secret crush on Alec.

In The Final Rush, Tiffany and Samantha joined Jane Hoop Elementary in the final battle against Catwoman. Tiffany is portrayed by Bella Thorne and Samantha is portrayed by Alana Etheridge.[1]

Children of the Original HeroesEdit

Devin GordenEdit

Devin Joseph Gorden is Danny and Rebecca's born-son, after they were married in Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush. Devin is two years older than his sister Brooke.

In the Heroes Forever: The New Beginning film, Devin became the leader for Jane Hoop Elementary heroes, has Danny's superpowers. At 15 years old, Devin is chosen as leader of the team, with his significant color red, known to be Danny's replacement. He battles against his new enemy, Wolfman, who happens to be a younger brother of Catwoman.

In the second film, Heroes Forever: The New Resolution, Devin is now in high school alongside his team and befriends with high school transfer Zayne. However, his friendship didn't last to long as Wolfman has chosen him as a member on his team. Giving him telekinesis and possessing him with The First and The Magic Ball, he is chosen to destroy Devin and the gang. As Devin notice his behavior being strange as the years gone by, he went missing for months, but not after he becomes rude and out of control in front of his father Kirk during Danny and Rebecca's Christmas party. Later, as Devin hangs out with his family, it cut short as Devin, his sister Brooke and the rest of the gang battle against evil, but a mysterious person under the mask attacks Devin and the gang and failed. After losing their powers, Devin is later kidnapped by the villains.

After Erica discovers Zayne walking towards Spyman, she realizes that he is possessed and notices Devin is being held at Wolfman's Base. The gang rescued him and eventually ended up in a final battle with Zayne and the villains. His father Kirk tries to rescue him to stop him, but by mistake, he stabs him in the abdomen and falls to his death. Devin fights with Zayne, before knocking him out with his punch, leading him back to normal. He told Devin that he made a mistake and and wants revenge on Wolfman. He becomes member of the team, and his friendship with Devin and the gang grew strong.

Markus Walker portrays the character in The Final Rush - Part 2. A older Devin is be portrayed by Cameron Boyce in the Heroes Forever film series, a Jane Hoop Elementary film series spin-off combined as Rita Christensen's Superhero Saga.

Brooke GordenEdit

Brooke Marie Gorden is Danny and Rebecca's born-daughter, after they were married in Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush. She was two years younger than her brother Devin.[1] In the Heroes Forever: The New Beginning film, at 14 years old, Brooke is chosen as member of the team, with her significant color pink, known to be Rebecca's replacement. Brooke, alongside the gang, battles against their enemy Wolfman, who turns out to be a younger brother of Wolfman.

In Heroes Forever: The New Resolution, the second installment in the series, Brooke is now in high school, but alongside the gang, met and befriend with high school transfer Zayne. Brooke has a crush on him and he romantically returns his offer. Things between her and Zayne didn't last long as his behavior to change. Come to find out later, he is kidnapped by Wolfman possessing him and gaining telekinesis with the First and the Magic Ball after he stole from their Base, he is signed up to destroy them. After discovered under the mask and attacking them, he kidnapped Brooke's brother and lost their powers.

After months of his disappearances, Zayne becomes rude to Brooke. Erica finds him going to Spyman, turns out to be possessed and told Brooke, Kurtis and Kyle that Devin is held captured at Wolfman's base. As they rescue him, the final battle occurs. After Zayne kills his father Kirk, Devin knocks him out, and Brooke and the other mourns on Kirk. Zayne later becomes a member of JHE, and later apologies to Brooke about his behavior, and she gladly accepts it.

Danielle Crawford the character in The Final Rush - Part 2. A older Brooke is played G Hannelius in the Heroes Forever film series, a Jane Hoop Elementary film series spin-off combined as Rita Christensen's Superhero Saga.

Kurtis GutzwillerEdit

Kurtis Adam Gutzwiller is Alec and Naudia's born-son, after they were married in Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush. Kurtis is Erica's brother, and he is one year older than her, as well as a cousin to Devin and Brooke. He has Alec's power of Fire. At 15 years old, Kurtis is chosen as member of the team, with his significant color blue, known to be Alec's replacement. In the Heroes Forever: The New Beginning film, Kurtis battle against his new enemy Wolfman, who comes to find out to be a younger brother of Catwoman, who is held in prison and escaped.

In Heroes Forever: The New Resolution, Kurtis is in high school. But alongside the gang, met and befriend with Zayne. His friendship is pretty strong with Zayne. It didn't last long he got kidnapped by Wolfman, possessing him and gaining telekinesis to destroy the heroes. Zayne's behavior became strange and after being rude to his father Kirk and at the Christmas party, Kurtis, alongside his father Alec, and Devin and his father visited their home turns out to be wrecked and Zayne has disappeared. As Kurtis helped his cousins Devin, Brooke, his sister Erica and friend Kyle in a battle with evil, a mysterious person, wearing a mask is powerful and defeats them. The gang's base is totaled and lost their powers and kidnapped Devin.

Kurtis inform the gang that they will have to give up. But his sister Erica discover Zayne walking towards Spyman, revealing to be possessed and overhears that Devin is held captured at Wolfman's Base. As they went to rescue, Zayne reveals himself and eventually ended up battling against him. As Kurtis and Devin tried to stop Zayne, his father Kirk helps as well, but he stabs him and falls to his death. Devin knocks him out, eventually becoming back to normal. His friendship with Kurtis has been stored, as well as the other gang, and later becomes member of the heroes.

Kyle Winslow portrays the character in The Final Rush - Part 2. A older Kurtis is played by Marcus Scribner in the Heroes Forever film series, a Jane Hoop Elementary film series spin-off combined as Rita Christensen's Superhero Saga.

Erica GutzwillerEdit

Erica Ann Gutzwiller is Alec and Naudia's born-daughter, after they were married in Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush. Erica is Devin and Brooke's second cousin, and Kurtis's sister, and she is two years younger than him, as well as a cousin to Devin and Brooke. She is the protector for the Base. At 14 years old, Erica is chosen as member of the team, with her significant color yellow, known to be Cory's replacement. In the Heroes Forever: The New Beginning, Erica helps her team battle against Wolfman, turns out to be a younger brother of Catwoman. He is wanting to take revenge for killing his sister.

In a sequel Heroes Forever: The New Resolution, Erica is now in high school. She met and befriend with transfer student Zayne. Like Brooke, she also had a crush on him. It is seen that Kyle is jealous of Zayne, turns out that he is having romantic feelings for Erica. Her friendship with Zayne didn't last long as he is kidnapped by Wolfman, possessing him and giving him telekinesis with The First and The Magic Ball. His behavior becomes strange and has been missing for months.

After their defeat from the villains, the gang loses their powers and kidnaps Devin. They have no idea where he can be located at. After Erica confronts on Brooke after Zayne being rude to her, Erica notices him walking above the school building walkking towards Spyman, which turns to be possessed. Erica also hears that Devin is being captured at Wolfman's base and informs the others. As they headed there and rescue Devin and grab the First and the Magic Ball, they are discovered by Zayne, revealing that he is chosen by Wolfman to attack them. During the battle, Zayne killed his father Kirk, and Devin knocked him out, eventually returning back to normal. As Zayne apologies to the gang about his behavior, Erica gladly accepts it. Erica and Kyle are beginning to grow closer together.

Cindy Scott portrays the character in The Final Rush - Part 2. A older Erica is by Mika Abdalla in the Heroes Forever film series, a Jane Hoop Elementary film series spin-off combined as Rita Christensen's Superhero Saga.

Kyle BerningEdit

Kyle Michael Berning is Cory and Stephanie's born son, after they were married in Jane Hoop Elementary: the Final Rush. He has Cory's power of Lightning. At age 15, Kyle is chosen as member of the team, known to be Jaquille's replacement. In the Heroes Forever: The New Beginning film, Kyle helps the gang fight against their enemy Wolfman, who happens to be a younger brother of Catwoman that their parents killed years ago at their time as superheroes.

In Heroes Forever: The New Resolution, Kyle is now in high school. He begins to has a crush on Erica, but met with Zayne, a high school transfer, and Erica had a crush on him, which made Kyle jealous. He wasn't very pleased. Zayne is kidnapped by Wolfman possessing him and giving him telekinesis from the First and the Magic Ball that Wolfman stole from their Base. As his behavior becomes strange, he later discovers that he is possessed by Wolfman and kidnaps Devin and loses their powers. During the final Battle, Zayne killed his father, and Devin helped Kirk broke the spell by knocking him out. As he returns back to normal, he apologies to the gang, but Kyle accepts it and gained friendship with him. Zayne also joined the team as well.

Adam Roberts portrays the character in The Final Rush - Part 2. A older Kyle is portrayed by Jake Short in the Heroes Forever film series, a Jane Hoop Elementary film series spin-off combined as Rita Christensen's Superhero Saga.

Kayla BerningEdit

Kayla Berning is Cory and Stephanie's born daughter, after they were married in Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush. Stephanie has given her superpowers to Kayla. Kayla is chosen as mentor of the team, known to be Naudia's replacement.

Ashley Simmons portrays the character in The Final Rush - Part 2. Chloe Csengery will play the older character in the series of five Jane Hoop Elementary spin-off films.

OthersEdit

Superhero OfficersEdit

  • Cassie Crawford, Carly Brown, Jessica Hudson, Ben Johnson, and Connor Carter: Jane Hoop Elementary's classmates. New staffs of Jane Hoop Elementary. They were here to support the world after the adult staffs decides to retire. Ben and Connor became the SWAT team, while Jessica, Cassie and Carly defends their Base and the world, incase more evil comes.

After 13 years of protecting the world, Danny, Rebecca, Alec and Naudia let their childrens to protect the world, while their parents retire, as well as Jaquille and Robert. But Hunter and Alice want to continue to protect the world. The members will appear into the film adaptation of The Final Rush to portrayed by Lisa Wilder (Cassie), Elizabeth Barnes (Carly), Andrea Handler (Jessica), Ted Green (Ben), and Harold Thompson (Connor).

ParentsEdit

  • Gorden Family: Danny and Naudia's parents. [1] Danny overhears his parent's disucssion about his leaving in the final book, leaving him worried that Catwoman is after them.
  • Henry Family: Rebecca's parents. [1] Rebecca was kidnapped leaving her parents worried in the first book. However in the final book, she erased their memories to protect them from Catwoman.
  • Gutzwiller Family: Alec's family. [1]
  • Berning Family: Cory's family. [1]
  • Short Family: Jaquille's Family. [1]
  • Katherine and Kevin Waters: Kirk's deceased parents. In The Cyber Escape, Katherine and Kyle were devastated that their son has disappeared inside a video game for Jane Hoop Elementary. As Danny, Rebecca, Alec and the gang entered inside a video game to find their friend Kirk, his parents eventually went inside the video game and found their son. Meanwhile, a battle occurs and Katherine and Kyle were fighting against one of Catwoman's army. They have fallen into their deaths, and remained trapped in the game forever. After his parents were killed, Kirk decides that he could stay in the game forever because it is his new home now since he lost his parents. Katherine is portrayed by Sandra Bullock and Kyle is portrayed by Johnny Depp.

OthersEdit

  • Kyle the Hip-Hop dancer: Dance Hip hop first appears in the fifth book, Turbo of Catland. He was born on May 2, 1992 has fuzzy hair. In 2009, will be portrayed by actor Bobby Edner. [1]
  • Kyle's twin friends: Kyle's friends in Hip hop. They both born on 2 September 1992, same year than Kyle's. They both have blonde hair and blue eyes, whom went to the same school with them. They will portrayed by Twin actors, The Cavarno Twin Brothers.[1]

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External linksEdit

  • Jane Hoop Elementary online