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* Roméo Mécano appears to be one of the four characters altogether in [[Les Pyjamasques (books)|Les Pyjamasques]] picture book series and the [[PJ Masks (series|PJ Masks)]] altogether to show the most anger. The other characters are [[Sorceline]], [[Luna Girl]] and [[Armadylan]] (but not his book counterpart, [[Tatouro]]).
 
* Roméo Mécano appears to be one of the four characters altogether in [[Les Pyjamasques (books)|Les Pyjamasques]] picture book series and the [[PJ Masks (series|PJ Masks)]] altogether to show the most anger. The other characters are [[Sorceline]], [[Luna Girl]] and [[Armadylan]] (but not his book counterpart, [[Tatouro]]).
 
*He is the only villain to have a known daytime identity, and a separate name for his villain alter-ego (in similar fashion to Les Pyjamasques and PJ Masks having separate civilian and alter-ego names).
 
*He is the only villain to have a known daytime identity, and a separate name for his villain alter-ego (in similar fashion to Les Pyjamasques and PJ Masks having separate civilian and alter-ego names).
*Roméo is one of the four characters to be frequently mocked and insulted by the other characters throughout the whole series.
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*Roméo is one of the four characters to be frequently [[Mockery|mocked and insulted]] by the other characters throughout the whole series.
 
**The other characters are the Marvel-influenced counterparts of Les Pyjamasques, the [[PJ Masks (team)|PJ Masks]] who have been given the similar treatment from other characters, though Roméo's treatment is just way worse than the PJ Masks.
 
**The other characters are the Marvel-influenced counterparts of Les Pyjamasques, the [[PJ Masks (team)|PJ Masks]] who have been given the similar treatment from other characters, though Roméo's treatment is just way worse than the PJ Masks.
 
***Most often, the heroes and other characters mock and insult him about his hair and/or the fact that is defeated, the following people include:
 
***Most often, the heroes and other characters mock and insult him about his hair and/or the fact that is defeated, the following people include:
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*Both Les Pyjamasques and Roméo Mécano, know each others' daytime identities since they had went to the same school in the day.
 
*Both Les Pyjamasques and Roméo Mécano, know each others' daytime identities since they had went to the same school in the day.
 
*The unnatural color of Roméo's blue hair and hairstyle might be a inspiration or reference to the DC supervillain, Joker.
 
*The unnatural color of Roméo's blue hair and hairstyle might be a inspiration or reference to the DC supervillain, Joker.
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*Before the events of "[[Les Pyjamasques et l'opération zéro]]", Roméo Mécano appears less frequently in the book series.
 
[[Category:Trivia (Characters)]]
 
[[Category:Trivia (Characters)]]

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Trivia

  • Roméo Mécano appears to be one of the four characters altogether in Les Pyjamasques picture book series and the PJ Masks) altogether to show the most anger. The other characters are Sorceline, Luna Girl and Armadylan (but not his book counterpart, Tatouro).
  • He is the only villain to have a known daytime identity, and a separate name for his villain alter-ego (in similar fashion to Les Pyjamasques and PJ Masks having separate civilian and alter-ego names).
  • Roméo is one of the four characters to be frequently mocked and insulted by the other characters throughout the whole series.
    • The other characters are the Marvel-influenced counterparts of Les Pyjamasques, the PJ Masks who have been given the similar treatment from other characters, though Roméo's treatment is just way worse than the PJ Masks.
  • Both Les Pyjamasques and Roméo Mécano, know each others' daytime identities since they had went to the same school in the day.
  • The unnatural color of Roméo's blue hair and hairstyle might be a inspiration or reference to the DC supervillain, Joker.
  • Before the events of "Les Pyjamasques et l'opération zéro", Roméo Mécano appears less frequently in the book series.
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