LEFTBRAIN & RIGHTBRAIN
This pair of bungling buffoons are most likely to be spotted in the vicinity of master thief Maximillion Cortex, their long-suffering employer. Easily mistaken for twins, Leftbrain and Rightbrain are apparently not related - which makes it all the stranger that they act like two halves of the same dimwit. Petulant and prone to tantrums, the pair can just about take care of themselves in combat - provided they don't end up fighting each other. While their tendency to call each other 'Left' and 'Right' renders them fairly poor road navigators, they're just about dense enough to pull off a burglary fearlessly - and more than make up for what Cortex himself lacks in terms of both size and stupidity.
a poor man's Jaws and Nick Nack, Leftbrain and Rightbrain are slightly
different in that by definition they're inseparable, both from each
other and Cortex. It's unclear why they and their boss only made two
appearances (Lamp of Darkness and Leonardo da Vinci's Vault)
- and why when the latter was apparently adapted for the SNES game, the
bunglers weren't included. For the avoidance of confusion, Leftbrain
(pictured left) is the one with a deeper voice, no hat, the punk
haircut and the purple sweater (although the sweater colours are
confused in some scenes). Rightbrain has a hat, scruffy hair, a
high-pitched voice and (usually) a yellow sweater.
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