Cha Dong Tak is a detective in pursuit of justice. A swindler's spirit takes possession of his body. The detective and swindler's spirit cooperate to solve cases. The detective falls in love with a reporter.

Two Cops - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: In Development

Runtime: 35 minutes

Premier: 2017-11-27

Two Cops - COPS (animated TV series) - Netflix

COPS (Central Organization of Police Specialists) is an American animated television series released by DIC Entertainment, and distributed by Claster Television, Celebrity Home Entertainment and Golden Book Video. This cartoon, which ran from 1988 to 1989, focuses on a team of highly trained policemen tasked with protecting the fictional Empire City from a group of gangsters led by the 'Big Boss'. The tag lines for the series are “fighting crime in a future time” and “it's crime fightin' time!”. In 1993, the series was shown in reruns on CBS Saturday mornings under the new name CyberCOPS, due to the 1989 debut of the unrelated primetime reality show of the same name. The show was based on Hasbro's 1988 line of action figures called C.O.P.S 'N' Crooks.

Two Cops - C.R.O.O.K.S. - Netflix

Berserko (voiced by Paul De La Rosa) - Barney L. Fatheringhouse is an impulsive, dim-witted thug who is the proud nephew of Big Boss. He is called 'Berserko' because his methods are often seen as crazy or bizarre. Berserko once robbed a party supply store, wearing a mask he just bought from the same store. Rock Krusher (voiced by Brent Titcomb) - Edmund Scarry is a super-strong thug who works for Big Boss. He often uses a heavy-duty jackhammer in order to get into bank vaults. At one point, Rock Krusher was romantically involved with Ms. Demeanor. He wears striped-clothes reminiscent of an old prisoners uniform. Ms. Demeanor (voiced by Paulina Gillis) - Stephanie Demeanor is a middle-aged, super-strong woman with the appearance of a normal businesswoman. She works for Big Boss. Ms. Demeanor has the muscular physique of a champion bodybuilder and often gets upset when people accuse her of not being feminine. Turbo Tu-Tone (voiced by Dan Hennessey) - Ted Stavely is a minion of Big Boss who serves as his getaway driver. He is a skilled mechanic and pilot as well. Turbo Tu-Tone was the one responsible for causing the car wreck that resulted in Baldwin P. Vess gaining a cybernetic torso. Doctor Badvibes (voiced by Ron Rubin) - Dr. Percival “Percy” Cranial is a brilliant, though completely deranged mad scientist. Ever since he was fired from Comtrex Technologies Incorporated for stealing top secret electronics, he works for Big Boss devising inventions for his plans, and robotic minions for Big Boss's gang. Doctor Badvibes has a glass dome on top of his head which shows his abnormally large brain and is known to create literal brainstorms by charging electricity through his brainwaves to form a cloud that can produce rain, thunder, and lightning. Buzzbomb (voiced by Ron Rubin) - A robot created by Doctor Badvibes for companionship that works for Big Boss. He has a buzzsaw on one arm and a clamper on the other. Buzzbomb also seems to have a personality that counters/compliments Doctor Badvibes in a lot of ways. WALDO - A small robot created by Doctor Badvibes that once impersonated Bulletproof to take over and sabotage C.O.P.S. Shifty - A shape-shifting android created by Doctor Badvibes. Nightmare the Android - An android that was created by Doctor Badvibes.

Nightshade (voiced by Jane Schoettle) - Rafaella Diamond was born into a rich family. She ended up disowned when she turned to crime stealing expensive and exotic jewellery for the thrill of it, not out of financial needs. She now works for Big Boss and is secretly in love with Mace who reforms her after Big Boss kidnapped her younger sister to force Nightshade to pull off a major heist. Buttons McBoomBoom (voiced by Nick Nichols) - Constantine Saunders is minion of Big Boss. He is seen wearing a red suit and fedora and carries around a violin case that hides his favorite playtoy, a deadly modified Thompson submachine gun with a scope attachment that he uses to blast away at any target at will. Buttons McBoomBoom hides underneath his suit a cybernetic torso that conceals twin machine guns with which he blasts away after he unbuttons his shirt to reveal them in the heat of battle against either the COPS or a swarm of bugs. Squeeky Kleen (voiced by Marvin Goldhar) - Dirk McHugh is a bald and lanky criminal who serves as Big Boss' lackey. He drives Big Bosses limo, cleans his clothes, his office, and once tried to arrange a surprise birthday party for Big Boss, which Berserko ruined by trying to steal a bridge. Koo-Koo - A time bomb expert that works for Big Boss. Hyena - A criminal mastermind that uses prank-related gimmicks in his crime. He held a criminal contest against Big Boss to determine who will stay in Empire City and who will leave. A challenge like that caused Big Boss to orchestrate Highway's kidnapping in order to get Bulletproof and Barricade to help him. During the criminal games, COPS managed to turn the tables against Hyena and his goons and arrest them. Hyena and his henchmen later inexplicably popped up as minions of Big Boss indicating that the two of them have formed an alliance. Bullit - Bullit is a henchman of Hyena. He wears rocket boots and a bullet-shaped helmet strong enough to break safes. Louie the Plumber (voiced by Ron Rubin) - A plumber-themed criminal who is a henchman of Hyena. He has a mechanical left arm containing a grappling hook.

C.R.O.O.K.S. is a crime syndicate that commits crimes in Empire City. Recurring characters include: Brandon “Big Boss” Babel (voiced by Len Carlson) - The primary antagonist of the series. Brandon “Big Boss” Babel is a crime lord who plans to rule Empire City with an iron fist...literally and he is also a businessman while in public. He is portrayed as being obese, yet is able to walk normally. Scratch - Big Boss' pet weasel with metal paws and cybernetic armor. He is always seen in the company of Big Boss.

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