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Cupcake Kid

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Cupcake Kid
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Superhero Information
Gender:
Male ♂
Status:
Alive
Alias(es): Bart Simpson
First Appearance: "Simple Simpson"
Voiced by: Nancy Cartwright


Cupcake Kid is the superhero alias used by Bart Simpson, and is a sidekick to masked vigilante Pie Man, who is in fact Homer Simpson. Whereas Pieman throws pies at his enemies, Cupcake Kid similarly attacks with cupcakes.

History[edit]

When Mr. Burns finds out Homer's identity, he asks him to pie his enemies instead. But when one of them turns out to be the Dalai Lama, Homer decides to unmask himself. But since no one thought that he was Pie Man, he kept his alter-ego. And so Bart wanted to join in, so he made his own persona similar to Pie Man called Cupcake Kid.

Non-canon[edit]

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After Pie Man was arrested, Cupcake Kid talks to Kent Brockman on TV saying that he does not know who Pie Man is or where he lives.[1]

Professor Frink turned Cupcake Kid and Pie Man into swapped versions of themselves, using a ray gun. Cupcake Kid turned into Captain Cupcake while Pie Man turned into Pieboy. With the help of Lisa, they manage to trick Frink into reverting themselves to their normal ages.[2]

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