In this second outing for the 5th grade super spies, Duncan Dewey, codename "Gluestick", is the point of view character. This time the group must fight a very unlikely villain - he still lives with his Mum. In other words, it's the NERDS against a nerd.
In this second outing for the 5th grade super spies, Duncan Dewey, codename "Gluestick", is the point of view character. This time the group must fight a very unlikely villain - he still lives with his Mum. In other words, it's the NERDS against mama's boy.
Duncan: Duncan, code name Gluestick, is part of the NERDS team. His power is that he can produce paste out of his hands and feet, because he eats glue.
Albert Nesbitt: Albert Nesbitt is an overweight 40-yr-old that still lives with his mama. He's really into comic books and graphic novels. He lives in his messy basement, and plays video games pretty much all day.
Simon: Simon a.k.a. Choppers a.k.a Heathcliff Hodges is a former member of NERDS.
Mama: Albert nesbitts mother. Who is neighbers with the Dewey family. A.K.A Duncans family. When Albert envents a ray gun to hypnotize machienes, She uses it to try to kill the Dewey family.
Jackson: Jackson is part of the NERDS team, and his code name is Braceface because he has huge and obnoxious braces that can transform into any gadget he wants them to.
Matilda: Matilda, code name Wheezer, uses her inhalers to fly and blast her enemies. She's on the NERDS team.
Ruby: Ruby, AKA Pufferfish, has allergies. To everything. Including lies. She's on NERDS too.
Flinch: Flinch has super strength and super speed. He's on NERDS team too.
The Playground: The Playground is not like most school playgrounds. It is accessed by several specific lockers, which if you completely shut yourself in them, will take you there. It's filled with the highest develop technology and has its own team of scientists. The Playground is the headquarters of NERDS.
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