Space Ghost is a character from the 1960s series, Space Ghost & Dino Boy. In 1994, he was the central character in the Cartoon Network/Adult Swim talk–show Space Ghost Coast to Coast. He gets blown up by a missile that Meatwad launches in Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film For Theaters. His Guest in the Colon Movie is the Twelve Ounce Mouse.

In The Dressing, Dr. Weird somehow ripped the head off the body and put on Space Ghost's head/mask and said, "There can be only one!" Seth Green was the Guest, and, interestingly enough, the episode is about a robot turkey, and Seth Green had been speaking to Adult Swim since at least 2001 for his own show, Robot Chicken. Space Ghost had his own show, Space Ghost Coast to Coast, which was a talk show where he was the host. He has had two voice actors, Gary Owens and George Lowe. He also makes a cameo in Multiple Meat when Frylock returns to the Aqua Teens' home. Space Ghost can be seen in a dumpster, he also makes a cameo in "Allen Part 2", and can be seen in one of the monitors on Allen's ship.


Space Ghost wears a white bodysuit with a wispy yellow cape, black mask connecting to his red and black emblem, power bands, and a power belt. He also has no visible pupils. In the film, it's briefly shown that he also has very large fangs and green eyes.


In appearances more adjacent to the original Space Ghost series, Space Ghost himself is a model superhero. Though often aloof, Space Ghost will do anything to protect the ones he loves. A caring and courageous individual, Space Ghost is known across the universe for his many crime-fighting feats. He is incredibly committed to serving justice, no matter what he has to do. Even in the original Hanna-Barbera series, many episodes end with him not sure if his most recent foe has even survived their last encounter or not.

When appearing in media closer to Space Ghost Coast to Coast, however, he's a different beast entirely. This iteration of Space Ghost, is, of course, a talk show host, but it's up to the viewer to decide if he's good at it. Many guest appearances result in him becoming infatuated with them, getting into fights with them, or just plain ignoring them. His personality, in general, is pretty much the opposite of how he was originally. He only really cares about himself, forces Zorak and Moltar into the show with him without pay, and is completely oblivious to what's going on half the time, often spouting nonsensical phrases. He insists that he's a real ghost, but isn't really sure how ghosts work.



  1. The Dressing: Dr. Weird ripped his head off his body off-screen.
  2. Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters: Gets blown up by a missile, impaled in his chest.


  • In the original storyboard for the episode "Rabbot", Space Ghost was going to appear near the end of the episode. However, this was scrapped for unknown reasons, the storyboard is seen on the Future Wolf III extra on the ATHF Volume Two DVD Box Set.
  • Prototype versions of the Aqua Teens were first developed for "Baffler Meal," an episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast, but the episode in question was finished until after Aqua Teen Hunger Force was already airing.