Megavolt / Elmo Sputterspark (voiced by Dan Castellaneta) is an insane rat with the ability to control electricity. He was a classmate of Darkwing Duck's in high school, where he gained his powers after a bully sabotaged his science experiment. In revenge, Elmo attacked the senior prom in costume and declared his new name to be Megavolt (after learning that his originally-planned name, "Megawatt", was already taken by the band playing that night), spurring Drake Mallard to create the Darkwing Duck persona and defend his classmates. He was creator Tad Stones' favorite villain, and as a result is the most recurrent antagonist in the series and Darkwing's nemesis. Most of his crimes are motivated by the delusional belief that he is helping to "free" electrical devices, which he believes have been enslaved. One episode indicates that Megavolt has committed at least two murders, as Darkwing claims to have twice sent him to the electric chair. Megavolt often refers to Darkwing as either "Darkwing Dork" or "Dorkwing". He shorts out when hit with water, which is a weakness that sometimes leads to his defeat. He is the first villain to learn Darkwing's secret identity but, being insane, forgets what it is by the end of the episode. He is the only member of the Fearsome Five to team up with another member independent of the organization, twice partnering with Quackerjack. In the comic story "The Duck Knight Returns", he is forced to briefly retire from super-villainy and get an office job (where he works next to Drake); he finds that he prefers prison to working at Quackwerks. In the episode "The Quiverwing Quack", a partially obscured picture of him is shown on a Public Enemies list, revealing that he is Public Enemy No. 3. He is a possible spoof of the Spider-Man villain Electro. In "Dead Duck" where he thinks he's killed Darkwing Duck, he goes on TV Show promoting his book "Killing Superheroes for Fun and Profit" and even threatens Darkwing Duck TV producers that if not paid enough, he will go to the "you-know-who brothers" (a joking reference to Disney's rivals Warner Bros.).
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