| Bobby Walkerton
|First Appearance:|| It's Walky!: $100 Theatre 12 February 2005|
|Relatives:||Joyce Brown (mother), David Walkerton (father), Sal Walkerton (aunt), D.J. Wilcox (cousin), Danny Wilcox (uncle), Jocelyne Brown (aunt), Jonathan Brown (uncle), Jordan Brown (uncle), Justin Brown (uncle), Jared Brown (uncle)|
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Plot and/or ending details follow.
In one alternate future, a 20-something version of Bobby fell into a time portal during a failed attempt to warp a group of super-powered humans into a Martian Mothership. He ultimately ended up in the "prime" Walkyverse, where he joined Jason Chesterfield's squad of ex-SEMME agents in their efforts to chase down Monkey Master after the end of the first Martian conflict. He helped Jason and his aunt, Sal Walkerton, defeat the Electric Man and Monkey Master before being captured by Head Alien II.
Head Alien II kept Bobby imprisoned for several years, writing him in and out of existence by killing his parents in various dimensions. Finally, Bobby's cousin D.J. Wilcox and an army of Future Kids arrived in the Walkyverse to rescue him. However, the rescue failed, and Head Alien II wound up with an army of brainwashed, super-powered college kids at his disposal. It wasn't until his parents showed up that Bobby was finally able to escape.
After disappearing for some time, Bobby returned shortly after Head Alien II - now in Dorothy Keener's body - attacked Joyce and Walky's wedding ceremony. He was able to restrain Head Alien II, and using his newly revealed abductee powers - a synthesis of Joyce's super-calculation ability and Walky's mindwipe resilience - he was able to simply edit Head Alien II out of Dorothy's memories. He later helped Joe return the Future Kids to their various realities.
- Bobby inherited his parents' enhanced strength and durability, and was powerful enough to lift Monkey Master bare-handed.
- Has his mother's eyes. Isn't that nice?
- He seems to have the hots for Dorothy.
- Calls himself "Machete" because of his mind power, as well as the fact that it sounds way hardcore.