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Django of the Dead
Django
Name Django of the Dead
Age 13
Gender Male
Hair None
Eyes Red
Affiliation(s) Skeletons
Alter Ego(s) None
First Appearence The Good, The Bad, and the Tigre
Voiced by Danny Cooksey

 Django of the Dead is the evil grandson of Sartana of the Dead who first appears in "The Good, The Bad, and the Tigre". Like his grandma all of his power comes from his mystic guitar; if it is destroyed, he too perishes.

Appearence

Django sports a cowboy hat, claws, a poncho and boots. He is most feared for his evil mystic guitar.

Personality

At the start of The Good, The Bad, and the Tigre, Django is seen as a stubborn and arrogant child, showing that he wants to prove Sartana wrong about being too young to take over such power by winning the tournament. Later on, however, it is shown that Django is probably more witty and evil than his own grandma, as he devised the plan to get all of Sartana's enemies in one spot to destroy them.

Pre-Series

Not much is known about Django's past, other than his mother being an unseen character and his father being the son of Sartana. He was born as a skeleton.

Relations with Other Characters

Main article: Sartana of the Dead

It has been stated by the creator that if there is a third season, Django would be the main villain of the season...along with having a love interest in Frida Suárez (making him the third person to fall in love with Frida).

Later on, he started dating Frida during High School and she broke up with him for reasons unknown. However, sometime after the break up, Django would meet up with Zoe Aves, a.k.a. Black Cuervo, and both would end up together for having hatred for Manny and Frida (since Manny left Zoe and Frida left Django), but then real love would come to the two.

Episodes

Minors

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