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OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes contains a couple of cultural references.

OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes Referenced in Other Media

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  • In the Steven Universe episode, "Future Boy Zoltron", OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes was being referenced as an arcade game in the background of Arcade Mania.
    • If one listens closely when the arcade machine is visible, a Aivi & Surasshu cover for the theme song is heard.
    • The OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes arcade game later appeared in the Steven Universe video game "Save the Light".
  • K.O. made a cameo appearance as a playable video game character in the Craig of the Creek, episode "Power Punchers".
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  • Gar's Hero Supply & Bodega has been referenced in the Craig of the Creek episode "Turning the Tables". The Bodega functioned as a background store but had some minor alterations by having the store called "Gar's Sport Nutrition" with "Gym Hero Supply" as a secondary sign. Especially, K.O.'s silhouette can be viewed on the doors.
  • A Jeopardy! question referenced the show's title name. The question was "Let's Be Heroes" is the subtitle of this Cartoon Network series about a heroic boy who shares his name with a boxing abbreviation. This question was from the category called "A 'OK' category".[1]
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  • Enid has been referenced in the USA Today crossword puzzle.[2]
  • In the Steven Universe Unleash the Light game, if the player builds Garnet as an attacker, the player can unlock her ability called "OK K.O." where her attacks have a 20% chance to instant-KO small and medium sized enemies.[3]
  • The OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes poster appears on the Steven Universe The Crystal Gems Say Be Anti-Racist Be An Ally PSA short.[4]
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  • In Sonic the Hedgehog (2018) comic issue #48, a character that resembles Crinkly Wrinkly makes a cameo appearance.[5]
    • After people have spotted the character's similar appearance, Ian Jones-Quartey did a dramatic performance in his Crinkly Wrinkly voice.[6]


Villainous is a Cartoon Network show that originates in Latin America. The show would have references of other Cartoon Network, Warner Bros., and Hanna Barbera characters.

The Lost Cases of Boxmore

Main article: The episode's page on the Villainous Wiki
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The Lost Cases of Boxmore (translated from its native title: Los casos perdidos de Boxmore) is an episode from the Cartoon Network Latin America web series Villainous that aired on January 6, 2018 on YouTube. Black Hat reviews Lord Boxman in the episode. This episode's dialogue is in Latin American Spanish.

The episode does not have a direct correlation with the series' canon or timeline since events are not brought up into the show's main series. But some subtle hints suggests some connection with the shows' continuity as the episode uses scenes from the "Boxmore Infomercial" short, "Let's Be Friends", "Let's Be Heroes", and "Stop Attacking the Plaza". In a drawing comic Ian Jones-Quartey made thanking the Villainous series creator, it shows that the episode is a video watched by Lord Boxman criticizing Black Hat for judging how Lord Boxman runs his business. It suggested that Lord Boxman and Professor Venomous are working on the Boxman Jr. project hinting that it takes place after "Villains' Night Out" and "Villains' Night In" and before "Action News" when the project is complete.


Main article: The episode's page on the Villainous Wiki
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The VVV is an episode of Villainous' first season that aired on October 29, 2021 on HBO Max Latin America and on Halloween on the Cartoon Network Mexican feed. The characters that made a cameo in the episode are Mad Sam, Cosma, Mecha Maw, Vormulax, and Billiam Milliam.[7]

Let's Team Up Because We Aren't Bad Friends

Main article: The episode's page on the Mighty Magiswords Wiki
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Let's Team Up Because We Aren't Bad Friends is a crossover half-hour episode of Mighty Magiswords and OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes[8] with only counting as a Mighty Magiswords episode. The episode aired on August 24, 2018 online and May 17, 2019 on TV. The episode is about "the Warriors fear that they've been ignoring their pals, so they team up with Witchy Simone and Noville for a BIG MISSION, only to discover that their friends aren't into it anymore." The episode served as the season 2 and series finale for Mighty Magiswords.

Radicles is the only prominent character that appears in the episode with K.O. and Mr. Gar being mentioned. Rad is designed and animated in the same flash animation style as the series. The only instance that the episode was referred in the series continuity was in the "Radical Rescue" where Rad had a picture of him and Witchy Simone.


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