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(Martin is the main antagonist since Dr. Valentine only makes a few appearances throughout the sequel, and Martin has bigger plans than him.)
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|animator = Gary Goldman<br>Heidi Guedel<br>Troy Saliba|||minions = [[Dr. Valentine]], [[Muriel & Floyd]]}}
'''Martin Brisby''' is the strongest and the eldest son (and second-eldest child) of [[Mrs. Brisby]] and a neutral character in ''[[The Secret of NIMH]] ''and'' ''the main antagonist of ''[[The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue]]''. He is a rude, unenthusiastic, male mouse. He was voiced by Wil Wheaton in the first film, Phillip Van Dyke as an adolescent in the sequel, [[Eric Idle]] as his evil self, again in the sequel, and [[Phillip Glasser]] as a reformed adult, again in the sequel.
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'''Martin Brisby''' is the strongest and the eldest son (and second-eldest child) of [[Mrs. Brisby]] and a neutral character in ''[[The Secret of NIMH]] ''and'' ''the main antagonist of ''[[The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue]]''. He is a sarcastic, unenthusiastic, male mouse. He was voiced by Wil Wheaton in the first film, Phillip Van Dyke as an adolescent in the sequel, [[Eric Idle]] as his evil self, again in the sequel, and [[Phillip Glasser]] as a reformed adult, again in the sequel.
   
 
==Personality==
 
==Personality==

Revision as of 17:12, October 24, 2015

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Martin Brisby
Background information
Feature films The Secret of NIMH

The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue

Television programs
Video games
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Animators Gary Goldman
Heidi Guedel
Troy Saliba
Voice Wil Wheaton
Phillip Van Dyke
Eric Idle
Phillip Glasser
Performance model
Designer
Honors and awards
Inspiration
Character information
Full name
Other names
Personality sarcastic, smart-mouthed, spoiled, bratty, loud-mouthed
Appearance young gray mouse, blue shirt, no pants, slightly fat and muscular in the arms, brown (sometimes red) eyes (in the original film), green eyes, barefoot
Birthday
Occupation eldest son of Mrs. Brisby
Alignment
Alignment good (sometimes neutral), bad (temporarily in the sequel)
Affiliation
Affiliations
Goal
Home the garden patch by the stone; New York City
Relatives Jonathan Brisby (father, desceased), Mrs. Brisby (mother), Teresa Brisby (older sister), Cynthia Brisby (younger sister), Timothy Brisby (younger brother), Jenny McBride (sister-in-law)
Pets
Allies Jeremy, Justin, Mr. Ages
Minions Dr. Valentine, Muriel & Floyd
Enemies Auntie Shrew (formerly), Timothy Brisby (in the sequel), Dragon, Jenner
Likes Being brave
Dislikes Auntie Shrew's insults, the house sinking, getting in trouble with his mother
Powers and abilities
Weapons Stick, sling-shot
Fate He is unhappy to hear Auntie Shrew coming at the end saying to himself, "Oh, no."
Quote "Why is she always coming around pokin' her nose where she's not wanted?"


Martin Brisby is the strongest and the eldest son (and second-eldest child) of Mrs. Brisby and a neutral character in The Secret of NIMH and the main antagonist of The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue. He is a sarcastic, unenthusiastic, male mouse. He was voiced by Wil Wheaton in the first film, Phillip Van Dyke as an adolescent in the sequel, Eric Idle as his evil self, again in the sequel, and Phillip Glasser as a reformed adult, again in the sequel.

Personality

Martin Brisby is 10 years old (by human age) and is the eldest son of the Brisby family. He is rude and smart-mouthed. A running gag is when he has a toxic rivalry with Auntie Shrew, because he hates it when she comes over to babysit and argues with her. But he does care for his family, especially when Mrs. Brisby scolds him for being mean to Auntie Shrew, he feels bad for what he did and apologizes.  He may somewhat have some similar traits to his father such as personality as well as physical appearance.

Role in Film

Martin is the second child of the Brisby family who dislikes having Auntie Shrew over their house and is not afraid to yell back at her. He claims that he's not afraid of the dark, the farmer, Dragon (the cat), and the Great Owl.

Gallery

Trivia

  • Martin has grey fur, the same fur colour as Jenner.
  • He is similar to Skippy in Robin Hood.
  • In The Secret of NIHM 2: Timmy to the Rescue, Martin is possibly living proof that the chemicals injected into test rats at NIHM, have a small percent chance of driving the subjects insane with increased tendencies of unprovoked aggression and the driven need to dominant others.
    • If this theory is correct, then Jenner would have been the first rodent species to suffer from this side-effect.
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