Yang is a blue rabbit and the deuteragonist of the Jetix series Yin Yang Yo!

He and his younger twin sister Yin are trained by Master Yo to master Woo Foo and to assure to the world that it is not foolish. Yang is training to master the martial style of Woo Foo, and he currently ranks second level. Yang's voice is provided by Scott McCord.


Yang is a naive yet hyperactive and occasionally violent rabbit; despite not showing it, he really cares about Yin and Master Yo. He becomes a nicer person in the current season due to the events in the episode "Deja Foo", where Yin and Master Yo were killed in an alternate reality due to his mean actions. Unlike his sister, he isn't very intelligent but can occasionally come up with a good idea. In "Doomed to Repeat It", he says that he does learn stuff, but he doesn't want Master Yo to know that, so that he could get away with more; in fact, if he is willing to think, he is able to escape traps/situations more often (unless he wanted to be trapped/captured just so he could fight some more). This is shown in episodes like "Brain Drain" and "Stuck". He can also dodge things without trying or thinking.

He has also shown that he can put things together easily, sometimes even before Yin, as seen in the episode "Who Knows What Evil Lurks" when he knew that there was a spy for the Night Master; unfortunately, the two of them fought over each other's past mistakes. In the episode "Disapp-Eared", it was shown that if he is willing to study, he can learn new things in just a minute.

He also has a keen sense for telling when people are evil. In the episode "Touchy Feelings", it was shown that Yang keeps his true feelings underneath all his other emotions (his biggest emotion being love, and this is revealed when his love-bunny towers over the city). He is also very clever when he wants to be, as seen in the episode "An Inconvenient Tooth" when he outsmarts Carl using deception. Sometimes, instead of just leaping into action without thinking, he will think about what would be the best thing to use against an enemy, as seen in the episode "Yin-credible!" He is also very good at making up plans.

He is also a very good drummer. Yang has also shown that he can disguise his voice. He is also very competitive. In the episode "Old Softie", it is shown that before he finishes saying something, he can come up with different words to say something else and that he has always loved ponies; and in the episode "Dance, Dance, Devastation", it is shown that he is a good rapper, dancer, and singer and that he can also speak some Spanish and German. In the episode "A Walk in the Woods", it is shown that he can also be very respectful to his elders.

He can also be very strategic. It is revealed in "Deja Foo" Yang is ticklish. He likes clowns but hates mimes. It is revealed in "Mind Games" that he secretly writes poetry when no one's around, he sometimes thinks about painting Lina's toes, and that being wedged in the toilet of a demolished outhouse in front of a dangerously attractive lady is his third biggest fear.


  • Yang can be compared to Ken Masters of the Street Fighter series to a certain degree, considering their predominant emphases are the martial arts sides of their respective fighting styles. Conversely, his sister, Yin, can be compared to Ken's friend/rival, Ryu, who shares the same focus of the mystical elements of their styles. Yang can also be compared to Ken in terms of the fiery, impatient and sometimes arrogant personality they share. Again, conversely, Yin and Ryu share the same composed, empathetic, kind-hearted and ambitious personality and the fact that both were posessed by evil at least once while both Yang and Ken have yet to become evil.


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Heroes: YinYangMaster YoChai and TiLinaDave the Tree StrumpCoopKatiePaigeMelodiaVincent Von GrowlRainbow ManeRoger Skelewog Jr.JobeauxBoogeyman

Villains: Night MasterFlaviourDank and DireGrizzleflavinCarl the Evil Cockroach WizardBrother Herman the Evil AntYuckKragglerUltimooseZarnotSaranoiaG.P.FastidiousPondscümPondscüm's sidekickThe BlixensBadfootChung Pow KittiesSmokeMirrorsBoopy Von Ha-Ha PantsThe SmorksRanger RonMastermindManotaurGreedCo CEOShillshoreNumber CrunchersThe PuffinDance MonkeyGirlboticaSnake LadyEradicusEradicus' Minions
Others: President MuffinEdna • Jeremy • Wooda and Shooda • King Francis • Annie • Samanthuh • Lie FairyRoger the Skelewog • Mrs. Skelewog • Tillman • Elemental SpiritsThe Lesson • Mighty Justice Orb • Leprechaun Pete • Lil' Schnozface • Terry OtterClamuel the Clamboy • F.L. Smelfman • Nancy O. Delffa

Season One: "Dojo Oh No/Finding Hershel" • "600 Channels of Doom/An Oldie but a Goodie" • "Yin Yang Yuck/Beetlemania" • "Enter the Ant/The Sweet Stench of Love" • "Woo Foo Flu/The Imagination Situation" • "Too Much Yangformation/Aura or Not" • "Falling Yin Love/On Golden Pondscum" • "Old School/A Toy's Story" • "The Trouble with Two-ni-corns/Scarf it Up!" • "The Return of the Night Master" • "My Stupid Sword/Neat Freak" • "The High She-as/A Match Not Made in Heaven" • "Scary, Scary, Quite Contrary/How the Cookies Crumble" • "The Yin of Yang/Shopping Sprawl" • "Wubble in Paradise/Dictator of the Year" • "Master Dave/Destination Danger" • "Bad Nanny Jamma/Pros and Cons" • "The Gig is Up/Doomed to Repeat It" • "Family Day/The Hex of the Ex" • "Out on a Pledge/Dojo Alone" • "Attack of the Lesson/A Case of the Evils" • "Attack of the Vidiots/Fit to be Tried" • "Voyage to the Center of the Yo/Sitting Shaggler" • "Shadows and Light/The Truth Hurts" • "Who Knows What Evil Lurks?" • "Night Fall"

Season Two: "Deja Foo" • "The Pecking Order/Party Favors" • "Smoke and Mirrors/Yin-credible!" • "Brain Drain/The Big Payback" • "Imperfect Fooplicates/Messy Relationships" • "A Bad Case of the Buglies/Control Issues" • "Foreign Exchange Problem/Turn About" • "The Manotaur/League of Evil" • "This Yang Isn't Brought to You By.../Stuck" • "Gone-A-Fowl" • "Basic Yin-stinct/Fighting Fooberty" • "Yin, Yang, Carl/Smorks" • "Wonder Tweens Go!/Touchy Feelings" • "O Brother, There Art Thou/Roger... Over and Out" • "An Inconvenient Tooth/Situation Tragedy" • "Skirting the Issue/Moon Over My Yinnie" • "Clown-Fu Fighting/Cat Smash Fever" • "Camp Magic Pants/Worked Stiff" • "Mission Yinpossible/Disapp-Eared" • "Get Off My Back/Slumber Party of Doom" • "Old Softie/Dance, Dance, Devastation" • "Upstanding Yuck/A Walk in the Woods" • "Welcome to the Dark Tomorrow" • "Today You Are a Bear/Pets Peeved" • "For the Love of Clamboy/Zarnot's Girlfriend" • "The Secret Life of Possum Panda/Dummy Up" • "The Howl of the Weenie" • "Game Over/Creeping with the Enemy" • "The Yindianapolis 500/Personality Problem" • "Season's Beatings/Splitting Hares" • "Extra Cheese, Anchovies and Doom!/The Confidence Game" • "Roboticus Maximus/Size Matters" • "Unmoving Pictures/The Recline and Fall of Civilization" • "Mind Games/The Carl of the Wild" • "Clothes Encounters/Commander-in-Cheat" • "Party Troopers/Shadowcluck" • "Yin Yang You!" • "Division Quest" • "Yin Yang Who?"

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