Pop! Wreck-It Ralph
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Turbo is number 5 in Pop! Wreck-It Ralph. He is from the Wreck-It Ralph franchise.

Background Edit

Turbo (also known as King Candy within Sugar Rush) is the main antagonist of Wreck-It Ralph. He was the famous main character in an 8-bit racing game called, Turbo Time. His legacy in Litwak's arcade had spawned the term "going Turbo" to describe the act of game-jumping, particularly if disastrous results ensue. Turbo Time was formerly the most popular game in the arcade, until another quickly usurped its spotlight in the form of RoadBlasters. Completely consumed with envy, Turbo decided to gain back attention by game-jumping into RoadBlasters with the intent on conquering it. However, this plan did not go well as planned having both RoadBlasters and Turbo Time unplugged. He survived the incident and stayed around, apparently in hiding, until sometime during or after 1997; he then cleverly disguised himself as King Candy and entered Sugar Rush. Turbo then tried to delete Vanellope's code, which resulted in her becoming a permanent glitch, so that he could become the rightful ruler of Sugar Rush.

Turbo appears to have been an arrogant and conceited character in his own game even before assuming the role of king of Sugar Rush. Whether or not he was sadistic or disturbed before adopting the persona of King Candy is unknown. The hijacking of RoadBlasters was certainly a symptom of jealousy and spite, but malicious intent may ultimately have arisen out of fear and a desperate sense of self-preservation, not an innate evil. The reason for his uninviting attitude and craving of destruction is because of his attention seeking self, which was granted by the arcade gamers, giving him the attention. He is described by Calhoun as a "selfish man" and "a mangy dog chasing a cautionary tale".

History Edit

  • The Wreck-It Ralph Pop!s were released in 2013. Oddly enough, they are not apart of the Pop! Disney line.
  • His alias, King Candy's Pop! box is different than Wreck-It Ralph and Fix-It Felix representing that her and Vanellope are from the game, Fix-It Felix Jr. and they are from Sugar Rush.
    • Turbo's Pop! Box is the same color of Ralph's and Felix's even though he is not from the Fix-It Felix Jr. game. The reason is unknown.

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