New BIG HERO 6 Character Images Featuring Baymax, Go Go Tomago, Honey Lemon, and More [Updated]

     July 14, 2014


Disney has released a collection of new Big Hero 6 character images.  Don Hall (Winnie the Pooh) and Chris Williams (Bolt) directed the adaptation of the Marvel comic, which takes place in the high-tech city of San Fransokyo, and tells the story of a robotics prodigy named Hiro Hamada (voiced by Ryan Potter) who, with his robot companion Baymax (Scott Adsit) in tow, teams up with a reluctant team of first-time crime fighters to save the metropolis from destruction.  That team includes Fred (T.J. Miller), Go Go Tomago (Jamie Chung), Honey Lemon (Genesis Rodriguez), and Wasabi (Damon Wayans Jr.).

Hit the jump to check out the Big Hero 6 character images, and to learn a bit more about each of the characters.  The voice cast also includes Maya Rudloph as Aunt Cass, James Cromwell as Professor Robert Callaghan, and Alan Tudyk as Alistair Krei.  The film opens in 3D on November 7th. [Update: We've added high-resolution versions of the image as well as more in-depth character descriptions.]

Via Disney.  Click for high-resolution.


Voiced by RYAN POTTER (“Supah Ninjas,” “Senior Project”), robotics prodigy HIRO HAMADA has the mind of a genius—and the heart of a 14-year-old: his state-of-the-art battle-bots dominate the underground bot fights held in the dark corners of San Fransokyo. Fortunately, big brother Tadashi redirects Hiro’s brilliance, inspiring him to put his brain to the test in a quest to gain admission to the San Fransokyo Institute of Technology. When a tragic event changes everything, Hiro turns to a robot named Baymax, and they form an unbreakable bond—and two-sixths of a band of high-tech heroes on a very important mission.


SCOTT ADSIT (“30 Rock,” “St. Vincent”) provides the voice of the world’s most compassionate robot. BAYMAX cares. That’s what he was designed to do. The plus-sized inflatable robot’s job title is technically Healthcare Companion: With a simple scan, Baymax can detect vital stats, and given a patient’s level of pain, can treat nearly any ailment. Conceived and built by Tadashi Hamada, Baymax just might revolutionize the healthcare industry. But to the inventor’s kid brother Hiro, the nurturing, guileless bot turns out to be more than what he was built for—he’s a hero, and quite possibly Hiro’s closest friend. And after some deft reprogramming that includes a rocket fist, super strength and rocket thrusters that allow him to fly, Baymax becomes one of the “Big Hero 6.”


Voiced by T.J. MILLER (HBO’s “Silicon Valley,” “Transformers: Age of Extinction,” “How to Train Your Dragon 2”), fanboy FRED comes off like a laid-back dude with no direction. But this sign-twirling, monster-loving, comic-book aficionado is sure to go places—when he’s good and ready. For example, Fred doesn’t hesitate to join “Big Hero 6,” and he has a lot of ideas for his super-hero skillset, too. His ferocious, fire-breathing alter ego comes complete with claws, integrated communications and a super bounce.  But his sign-spinning may still come in handy.


JAMIE CHUNG (“Sin City: A Dame to Kill For,” “Once Upon A Time,” “The Hangover Part II & Part III”) steps up as the voice of the aptly named GO GO TOMAGO, who knows what it takes to be fast. She’s tough, athletic and loyal to the bone, but not much of a conversationalist. Popping bubble gum and delivering well-placed sarcasm are totally her speed. The daredevil adrenaline junkie is at her best on wheels, and when Go Go joins forces with “Big Hero 6,” she rolls like never before, using maglev discs as wheels, shields and throwing weapons.


GENESIS RODRIGUEZ (“Tusk” and “Run All Night”) was called on to help bring Honey Lemon to life. It’s elemental when it comes to chemistry whiz HONEY LEMON. Don’t let her glasses and funky fashion fool you: Honey may be as sweet as her namesake, but she has a fire in her belly and a can-do attitude that make her pretty much unstoppable. Her knowledge of alchemy proves powerful, too, when the effusive brainiac becomes part of the “Big Hero 6” and creates clever concoctions that when thrown, can get her team out of nearly any jam.


DAMON WAYANS JR. (“Let’s Be Cops,” “Happy Endings”) provides the voice of WASABI, who’s committed to precision. He’s super smart and just a touch neurotic, but the big and burly neatnik can’t help but join the cause when Hiro needs him most. As part of “Big Hero 6,” Wasabi amplifies his martial arts skills with jaw-dropping plasma blade weaponry. Sharp doesn’t even begin to describe this guy.

Here’s the official synopsis for Big Hero 6:

“Big Hero 6” features brilliant robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada, who finds himself in the grips of a criminal plot that threatens to destroy the fast-paced, high-tech city of San Fransokyo. With the help of his closest companion—a robot named Baymax—Hiro joins forces with a reluctant team of first-time crime fighters on a mission to save their city. Inspired by the Marvel comics of the same name, and featuring comic-book style action and all the heart and humor audiences expect from Walt Disney Animation Studios, the CG-animated “Big Hero 6” hits theaters in 3D on Nov. 7, 2014.

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  • Political Correctness

    The cast looks like a Benetton ad. Where’s the little eskimo child? Damn it, we’re losing a key demographic in Greenland!

    • milo

      I have no problem with that. Did you whine that LOST was too racially diverse?

      And here’s some more political correctness to annoy you: Why do animated characters need to always be SO ridiculously skinny? Especially the female ones, of course. Many animated characters make Gal Gadot look like Melissa McCarthy. Would it really be so terrible to have characters look a bit more like normal humans?

      • Cody McGowan

        Because who would want to bang a fatty cartoon pre-teen?

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      • Nathan

        Heres why: Movement. its difficult to animate things that have a human or overly bulky physique. Which is why the the new TMNT move like a stack of jenga bricks.
        Also, remember Uncanny Valley?

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  • Manuel Orozco

    Can’t wait to see what these guys can do

  • milo

    Love that they cast Adsit in this as the robot, can’t wait to hear how that turned out. And as everyone would assume, it’s Wayans Jr. not Sr.

    • Zoboo

      I thought it was Sr, so thanks for the clarification. :)

    • Matt Goldberg

      Damon Wayans Sr. has been off-screen for so long that it didn’t even occur me to clarify. I’ve made the correction. Thanks for the heads-up.

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  • Grendal Sven

    Rich looking handsome every-guy white kid… CHECK!
    Hippie looking white slacker dude… CHECK!
    Cute Asian girl… CHECK!
    Hot white blonde girl… CHECK!
    Rasta looking large black dude with dreds… CHECK!

    Yup racial diversity check affirmative. This kids movie is a GO!

    • Strong Enough

      its an animation. don’t expect it to be edgy unless it isn’t a major studio feature. unless it’s laika

    • poop

      Hiro isn’t white, he’s half-Japanese. Do you have eyes? Also, his last name is “Hamada.”

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  • Luis Humberto

    Somebody noticed this characters have nothing in common with the design in the comics? Just look what they done with Baymax :(

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