He has a timid personality. Unlike most two-headed worm creatures, Martin's two heads get along very well. The right head even motivates the left in workout. While he does not want to be counted as two people, he addresses himself as "we".
He works as a barista at a coffee shop but is agonizingly bad at his job, as seen in the pilot.
- His two heads kiss each other in the class when Mark has turned on a red light and some erotic music to help the dragons with mating, in "The Ring of Powers".
- His dream is to become an erotic dancer. He says he's very flexible. ("Any Given Workday")
- He gets bitten on his left forearm by a bat boy released by Mark in the class in "The Dork Knight". He lets Francis Grimes cut off his forearm to avoid the spreading of bat boy venom. A new head immediately grows out of the wound.
Martin appears in nearly every episode in the series. The episodes listed below are where he plays a more active role in the story.
|Series and Games||Ugly Americans ‧ 5 On ‧ FUGLY | Citizen Ugly ‧ Apocalypsegeddon|
|Characters||Main||Mark Lilly ‧ Randall Skeffington ‧ Callie Maggotbone ‧ Leonard Powers ‧ Twayne Boneraper ‧ Francis Grimes|
|Recurring|| Aldermach Maggotbone ‧ Rosie ‧ Melchior ‧ Goon squad |
Mark's class : Croatian Man ‧ Doug ‧ Erik ‧ Great Brain ‧ Martin ‧ Toby
|Matt Oberg ‧ Kurt Metzger ‧ Natasha Leggero ‧ Randy Pearlstein ‧ M.L. Wooley ‧ Larry Murphy ‧ Julie Klausner ‧ Devin Clark ‧ Pete Holmes ‧ Mike O'Gorman|
|Writers||Devin Clark (creator) ‧ David M. Stern (development) ‧ Daniel Powell (exec. producer) ‧ Greg White ‧ Bill Krebs ‧ Jeff Poliquin ‧ Aaron Blitzstein ‧ Nate Federman ‧ Kevin Shinick|
|Directors||Devin Clark ‧ Aaron Augenblick (supervising producer) ‧ Richard Ferguson-Hull|
|Species (list)||Demon ‧ Human ‧ Manbird ‧ Succubus ‧ Vampire ‧ Wizard ‧ Zombie|
|Other categories||Episodes (list) | Government ‧ Items ‧ Locations ‧ Magic ‧ Media|