Darrell Boxman is a character from OK K.O.: Let's Be Heroes and is a reoccurring character in The Knights of the Multiverse, introduced in the Mini-Series. An android originally created by Lord Boxman to destroy (or at least, mildly inconvenience) the heroes of Gar's Bodega, after the events of their series, he found himself among (and given his home world, that's saying something) who he would join and form The Knights to start a new life as heroes (where he often finds himself acting as the team's source for comedic relief).
Darrell can be described as being rather emotionally unstable, as he often gets easily aggravated and often acts rather childishly, often becomes easily flustered by the pettiest of insults and passing the time off-duty by coloring, playing with toy cars, and dressing up in costumes (his favorite being a cowboy, which he usually dresses up as whenever he gets to lead a mission).
After joining the Knights, he started to readapt his leadership-like role when he took over Boxmore when his father was... relieved from duty, sometimes taking a leadership role in missions. It doesn't always work in his favor of course, but he's got the spirit for it, and that's what really counts. And despite how often he bickers with his siblings and new teammates, he really cares about them and gets along with them more often than not.
Like the rest of his siblings, Darrell was created by his father, Lord Boxman, to destroy the heroes protecting Gar's Bodega on their earth.
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Though they often bicker, Darrell does really care about each of his siblings, and they him, thanks to how many failed missions they've been on, and get along more often than not. He's very close to his sister Shannon, with the two often pairing up on missions and other general antics.
Darrell and Candace are two of the most immature and emotionally unstable members of the team. So naturally, they get along great. They most often get into petty squabbles whenever the two are assigned to the same mission, often arguing about who should be calling the shots. This often leads to the group splitting up and just doing the mission their own ways, which often end in failure, though funnily enough, each other's group will often alternate between who saves who when they get into deep trouble.