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Bob Parr
Bob Parr
Background information
Movies The Incredibles

The Incredibles 2 (upcoming)

Short Films Mr. Incredible and Pals
Television Programs Unknown


Video Games The Incredibles

The Incredibles: When Danger Calls The Incredibles: Rise of the Underminer Kinect Rush: A Disney/Pixar Adventure Disney INFINITY series

Voice Craig T. Nelson

Richard McGonagle (Rise of the Underminer)

Portrayed by Unknown
Character information
Other names Bob Parr (real name)


Personality Clumsy, heroic, mighty, powerful, strong, funny
Goal Unknown
Allies Frozone, Mirage, Edna Mode, Elastigirl, Dash Parr, Violet Parr, Jack-Jack Parr
Enemies Syndrome, Mirage (formerly), Gilbert Huph (appearently)
Likes Food, being a superhero, his kids and wife, his glory days
Dislikes Syndrome, not being a superhero, being wrongfully sued, the Underminer, losing his wife and kids, villains, evil
Quotes "Showtime."


Robert "Bob" Parr, also known as Mr. Incredible, is the protagonist of Disney/Pixar's 2004 hit animated feature The Incredibles. He is voiced by Craig T. Nelson.

Background Edit

In the film, Mr. Incredible is a person born with superpowers, and is referred to as a "Super." He was one of the most famous heroes of his era, and was known for his skill at fighting crime. At some point, he met and fell in love with fellow superhero Elastigirl. However, soon after the two wed, bystanders who had been injured during crime-fighting attempts began to sue. The backlash forced supers like Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl into retirement and witness protection. Mr. Incredible resumed the name of Bob Parr, and began a civilian life with Elastigirl, now in her civilian identity as Helen Parr.

Mr. Incredible is considered one of the most powerful Supers. During his early career, he was known for working alone, something that led him to push away Buddy Pine. He possesses the powers of enhanced strength and durability, as well as enhanced senses.

Personality Edit

Bob's personality is that of a classical hero. At his core he desires to be a hero and paragon, and to do good for its own sake. But as shown in newsreels, Bob is physically invulnerable, but all to human in his flaws. He grows weary of a world that won't stay saved for more than five minutes; and later, shows a streak of hubris and arrogant pride, seeking to relive his glory days at the expense of his family life.

Bob also has a tendency to try to solve the world's problems on his own, refusing and actively dismissing help from anyone, even from his loving wife and the sage council of his best friend Frozone. these flaws combined nearly cost him his life and the lives of his family.

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