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Evil Con Carne

Evil Con Carne
Genre Black comedy
Science fiction
Toilet humor
Created by Maxwell Atoms
Written by Maxwell Atoms
Gord Zajac
Alex Almaguer
Vincent Davis
C.H. Greenblatt
Directed by Juli Hashiguchi
John McIntyre
Dave Brain
Robert Alvarez
Brian Hogan
Phil Cummings
Voices of Phil LaMarr
Grey DeLisle
Armin Shimerman
Frank Welker
Maxwell Atoms
Composer(s) Gregory Hinde
Drew Neumann
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 14 (List of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Maxwell Atoms
Producer(s) Louis J. Chuck
Running time 22 minutes
Production company(s) Cartoon Network Studios
Original channel Cartoon Network
Picture format 4:3
Audio format Stereo
Original run July 11, 2003 (2003-07-11) – March 16, 2007 (2007-03-16)
Preceded by Grim & Evil
Related shows The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy

Evil Con Carne is an American animated series/spin-off of Grim & Evil and sister show of The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, created by Maxwell Atoms.[1] The series first appeared on Cartoon Network during the show Grim & Evil, along with The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy. The two series later became separate programs in 2003. While The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy ran for six seasons, Evil Con Carne only ran fourteen episodes and ended on October 10, 2004. It was also part of Cartoon Network's series, Cartoon Cartoons, and is the 15th and final cartoon of the series. An official series finale, titled Company Halt, aired on March 16, 2007.

On April 13, 2012, the series returned to Cartoon Network in reruns on the revived block, Cartoon Planet.[2]


  • Overview 1
    • Characters 1.1
      • Minor characters 1.1.1
  • Cast 2
    • Main cast 2.1
    • Additional voices 2.2
  • History 3
  • Episodes 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


Hector Con Carne was a "jillionaire playboy" crime lord and circus bear, giving Con Carne's brain control over (almost) all of the bear's actions and movements.

Hector, Dr. Ghastly and his military leader, General Skarr, then created a secret laboratory on an island with a bunny-shaped mountain known as "Bunny Island" (a parody of Blofeld's lair in the James Bond movies). Gathering an army, Con Carne resumed his quest for world domination and made a new goal: to find his missing body parts.

The "Con Carne" of the title is Spanish/Italian for "with meat", as well as a pun on the expression "evil incarnate" and the dish "Chili con carne".


  • Hector Con Carne (Phil LaMarr): the main character and the antihero. He was a dynamic, evil playboy type, but was reduced to an anthropomorphic brain and a stomach after a gigantic explosion. Somehow, the stomach has taken on a life of its own. He is often frustrated by the difficulty of taking over the world in its current state.
  • Major Dr. Ghastly (Grey DeLisle): A mad scientist, Ghastly is the brains behind all Hector's plans. She does not really seem to be intent on taking over the world; she is more interested in inventing things and getting closer to Hector.
  • General Skarr (Armin Shimerman): Con Carne's paramilitary leader. He is a cold-hearted, hateful and harsh man, with a scar on his face, and one eye. He tends to be more evil than Con Carne himself, many times trying to overthrow his leader. He has made several appearances on The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, as Billy's next door neighbor. He has also starred in the Billy & Mandy spin-off, Underfist. It has been stated that he quit working for Hector Con Carne after they were "bought out" by the cartoon industry because they didn't want the competition in world domination.
  • Boskov (Jesse Corti in the pilot, Frank Welker in series): A former Russian circus bear, Boskov carries Con Carne's brain and stomach on his body. He is sometimes difficult to control due to his animal instincts and lack of intelligence.
  • Stomach (Armin Shimerman): This former stomach of Hector Con Carne will only talk if it's about food.
  • Cod Commando (Maxwell Atoms): Con Carne's nemesis. He is an extremely talented anthropomorphic codfish secret agent/superhero in SPORK, who only speaks in gibberish. He almost invariably thwarts Con Carne's evil plans and is responsible for destroying Hector's body.
  • Destructicus Con Carne: (Rino Romano) Destructicus is Hector and Ghastly's son from the future, created when the two, along with Skarr, were stranded on a deserted island. Destructicus rejects his father's evil ways and becomes a superhero, fighting in the name of good, mainly against Hector's forces. He still loves his parents, though only Ghastly returns his affections. In his premiere episode, "The Time Hole Incident", the present Hector is baffled at how he was conceived (considering Hector lost his reproductive system).
  • Estroy (Maurice LaMarche): Hector's very short next-island neighbor; the two are very competitive. He wears a metal mask to hide his immense beauty, as seen in the episode "The HCCBDD". He is a parody of Destro, a villain from the G.I. Joe series. He also seems to have a crush on Ghastly.

Minor characters

  • Abraham Lincoln (Peter Renaday): The "President" of this show. Even though he does not occur very often in the show, he calls Cod Commando if one of Hector's schemes actually has a chance of succeeding.
  • Kablamity Jane (Masasa Moyo): A member of the super team SPORK. She is styled after blaxploitation heroines and can produce two machine guns from her large afro.
  • Private Simmons: A member of the super team SPORK. He is a monkey.
  • Ensign Slaughter (Jim Rash): A member of the super team SPORK. He is extremely skilled with computers.
  • Enrique Jr. (Frank Welker): Hector's Pet Chihuahua. Appears in a couple of episodes. In the episode "Emotional Skarr", Hector builds a robot chihuahua modeled after Enrique Jr., which had a variety of weapons.
  • Max Courage (Quinton Flynn): The son of an exfriend of Ghastly.
  • Tony (Charlie Schlatter): A teenage soldier of Evil Con Carne army


Main cast

Additional voices


Evil Con Carne's original show, Grim & Evil, became the result of a viewer's poll in 2000.[3] The poll, titled Big Pick was held on the internet from June 16 to August 25, 2000. The three choices for short films to become animated series were Grim & Evil (shown as Meet the Reaper), Whatever Happened to... Robot Jones?, and Longhair and Doubledome. After the event, the Meet the Reaper short film won with 57% of the vote[4] and soon became Grim & Evil. While Whatever Happened to... Robot Jones? became an animated series in 2002, Longhair and Doubledome appeared at another Big Pick event, but lost once again.

Grim & Evil premiered on August 24, 2001, and was cancelled on October 18, 2002.[5] In 2003, Cartoon Network separated the two series and The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy and Evil Con Carne earned their own full-length series.

After Evil Con Carne was cancelled its characters appeared in Sheep in the Big City were originally set to appear in the television special The Grim Adventures of the KND.[6] Hector, General Skarr, and Dr. Ghastly did briefly appear in the end credits in a crossover with Camp Lazlo titled "Evil Camp Carne".

Two episodes are included as bonus features in the Season 1 DVD set for The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy,.[7]


Evil Con Carne series overview
Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 9 July 11, 2003 (2003-07-11) October 22, 2004 (2004-10-22)
2 4 October 1, 2004 (2004-10-01) October 22, 2004 (2004-10-22)
Finale 1 March 16, 2007 (2007-03-16)

Evil Con Carne ran for 14 episodes, with the series ending on October 10, 2004, but the series finale premiered unannounced on March 16, 2007. The first episode aired on August 24, 2001, within Grim & Evil, and on July 11, 2003, as its own show.


  1. ^ "New 'toons for Network". The Robesonian. February 25, 2001. Retrieved May 15, 2011. 
  2. ^ Walton, Zach (March 29, 2012). "Cartoon Network Brings Back The Classics With Cartoon Planet". WebProNews. iEntry Network. Retrieved 31 March 2012. 
  3. ^ Forkan, Jim (February 25, 2001). "Cartoon Network Shows Off Four New Series". Multichannel News. Retrieved May 15, 2011. 
  4. ^ Dempsey, John (August 29, 2000). Billy & Mandy' beats out 'Robot,' 'Longhair' to get greenlight"'".  
  5. ^ Macmillan, Alissa (February 22, 2001). toon Net Sets 2 New Series"'". NY Daily News. Retrieved May 15, 2011. 
  6. ^
  7. ^ "The Grim Adventure of Billy and Mandy: Season One Trailer". Retrieved 2008-12-21. 

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