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This article is about Madness Combat as a series. For the episode of the same name, see Madness Combat 1.
Madness Combat
All Characters
The cast of Madness Combat
Author: Krinkels
Music: Cheshyre, API, others
Protagonist(s): Hank, Sanford, Deimos, Jesus
Main antagonist(s): Sheriff, Tricky, Auditor
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The Madness Combat series is a series of Flash animations made by Matt Jolly, also known as Krinkels. The series has 15 canon episodes so far. The musical scores are mainly composed by Sean Hodges, otherwise known as Cheshyre.


As a series, Madness Combat's calling card is its excessive and brutal violence. While early episodes featured general mass violence, elements of horror and science fiction have slowly become more apparent as the series has evolved.

The series chiefly focuses around the main protagonist, Hank J. Wimbleton, and his endeavors of killing his foes. It is established in the second episode that the episodes are set "Somewhere in Nevada."

Main characters[]

Hank J. Wimbleton[]

Hank J. Wimbleton is the main protagonist of the series. He is allies with Sanford and Deimos. His main foes include the Sheriff, Jesus, Tricky the Clown, the Auditor, and other units within the Agency Against Hank Wimbleton. In Madness Combat 1 and Madness Redeemer, he looks like an ordinary Madness character, but this changes throughout the series, and he eventually gains his trademark black coat and red sunglasses in later episodes.


The Savior

Jesus the Savior

Jesus has been one of Hank's greatest adversaries. Until the end of Madness Consternation, he has always been a main antagonist of the series. Unlike many other characters, he has many supernatural powers, the most infamously being the ability to create zombies from the dead. In the beginning, he was affiliated of the A.A.H.W., but later defected from the organization.

Tricky the Clown[]


Tricky the Clown

Tricky the Clown is another powerful foe of Hank and later, Jesus. He initially appeared as an A.A.H.W. member that fares only a little better than the average grunt. However, since Madness Depredation, he has become a very formidable killer. His main source of power ostensibly comes from the Improbability Drive, which turned Tricky into a demonic monster at the end of Madness Antipathy after what should have been his death.

The Sheriff[]

The main antagonist in Madness Redeemer and Madness Avenger alongside Jesus, the Sheriff was the leader of the A.A.H.W. before the Auditor. Unlike the other main characters, the Sheriff possessed little fighting skills. He has not appeared in the series since his death in Madness Avenger.

The Auditor[]

MC7 auditor

The Auditor, the latest antagonist in the series.

The main antagonist since Madness Inundation, the Auditor is a very powerful entity that leads the A.A.H.W. He possesses many magical powers that make him an extremely difficult opponent to kill.

Sanford and Deimos[]

Sanford and Deimos are secondary protagonists of the Madness Combat series. Debuting in Madness Depredation, the duo appear to be allies of Hank. They are the main protagonists in the filler episodes (such as Madness Combat 5.5) and in Madness Aggregation.


Madness Combat 1[]

Madness Combat 1 is the episode that kicked off the Madness Combat series. It depicts the chaos that ensued over a boombox playing the "Chicken Dance." Hank, the protagonist, fights many contenders for the boombox, including Jesus, who becomes his archenemy in the later episodes.

Sheriff Arc[]

The Sheriff Arc consists of the episodes Madness Combat 2: Redeemer and Madness Combat 3: Avenger. During these episodes, Hank, for unknown reasons, seeks to assassinate the Sheriff, who is under the protection of Jesus. (Random User here, my theory comes from a official game, where Sheriff gave Hank a box saying it had pie in it, and he opens it and there's a note inside saying, "HAHA! NO PIE FOR YOU!")

Tricky Arc[]

The Tricky Arc includes the episodes that take place after the Sheriff's death: Madness Combat 4: Apotheosis, Madness Combat 5: Depredation, Madness Combat 6: Antipathy and Madness Combat 7: Consternation. In these episodes, Hank targets Tricky the Clown, a minor character from the previous episodes that has become a powerful adversary. Jesus remains a primary antagonist to Hank, though he becomes less active in this role after Madness Depredation.

Auditor Arc[]

The Auditor Arc occurs after the death of Tricky the Clown and consists of the episodes Madness Combat 8: Inundation, Madness Combat 9: Aggregation, Madness Combat 10: Abrogation, and Madness Combat 11: Expurgation. Unlike the other arcs, the Auditor Arc does not completely focus on Hank as the protagonist. Jesus assumes this role in Madness Inundation, while Sanford and Deimos do so in Madness Aggregation. All these characters, including Hank, have a common mission to defeat the Auditor, a powerful new foe.

Sanford & Deimos Arc[]

The Sanford & Deimos Arc is a series of filler episodes that run parallel with the main story. It follows the story of Sanford and Deimos after the events of Madness Depredation. This arc is comprised of the episodes Madness Combat 5.5, Madness Combat 6.5 and Madness Combat 7.5. These episodes show the duo's battle against the A.A.H.W. and the milestones that eventually lead up to the plot of Madness Aggregation.

Madness Combat 9.5 (Parts 1 and 2)[]

Madness Combat 9.5 is the first episode in the series to be split into 2 parts. The episode displays Hank after the events of Madness Combat 7: Consternation, stuck inside The Other Place and having to deal with a new form of Tricky the Clown, as well as a new threat, Retainer 909. It is unsure of where this episode goes in terms of arcs as that has not been decided yet by the community, and the episodes contents don't help with classification much either.