It's unknown about Dark Crow's past, but it was at his hand, or lack of hands, that the nefarious Whoop-Golly Gang was captured and put behind bars. He also had a history with Greta Von Gruesome in the past.
Dark Crow attends Superhero Class at the neighboring town of Bumblyburg.
A thinking type of hero, Dark Crow is dedicated to hunting down and defeating evil whatever it may lurk. However, this causes him to sleep too much.
Unlike Larry-Boy, he takes his job seriously and thinks he's not a real hero.
Physical Appearance and abilities
The Dark Crow is a Hispanic purple grape. He speaks in a Spanish accent.
He wears a metallic suit that resembles a motorcycle helmet with a yellow fin and mask plate. He also wears a purple belt and a yellow cape. Concept art displays the suit, resembling a crow's head. In some of the book adaptions, his suit is red and black.
Much like Larry-Boy, his super suit is mechanical. Each side of the suit has a utility disc that contains retractable talons, that act as his hands. He also has wings that pop out from behind and make him glide.
- Dark Crow's name comes from Batman's nickname, "The Dark Knight", fused with the dark superhero, The Crow.
- His foreign background is similar to Marvel's Black Panther.
- His initials "D.C." is a reference towards DC Comics.
- In the book adaption of The Good, the Bad, and the Eggly, it reveals he protects the farming community of Maisefield. It's possible that Maisefield is part of Lollyhaven.
- In the book adaption, it also describes his color palette differently from his show adaption. The Dark Crow in his book adaption is red with a black supersuit instead of a dark purple and yellow palette.
- Despite what the bio says, he's never seen asleep aside from Bumblyburg Map.
- Dark Crow's appearance and voice is similar to Meta Knight from the Kirby franchise.