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===Wax Robin Hood===
===Wax Robin Hood===
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Wax Robin Hood was seen trying to grab Mabel along with Wax Lizzie Borden. But Wax Lizzie Borden accidentally cuts his head off when she tried to swing the axe at Mabel. He is based on the heroic outlaw [[Wikipedia:Robin Hood|Robin Hood]]. He is voiced by [[Rob Rackstraw]].
Wax Robin Hood was seen trying to grab Mabel along with Wax Lizzie Borden. She later accidentally cuts his head off when she tried to swing the axe at Mabel. He is based on the heroic outlaw [[Wikipedia:Robin Hood|Robin Hood]]. He is voiced by [[Rob Rackstraw]].
===Wax Thomas Edison===
===Wax Thomas Edison===

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The Wax figures are wax sculptures that come to life when the moon is waxing. They appear in "Headhunters." Grunkle Stan stole them from a garage sale and used them as attractions in the Mystery Shack. When people stopped coming to see them, Grunkle Stan locked them away. Soos, Dipper, and Mabel discover the room they are kept in. Mabel creates a wax figure of Grunkle Stan to replace one that was melted while in storage.

The twins soon find the figure of Grunkle Stan decapitated and find out that the other wax figures were the culprits. When the wax figures try to kill the twins, the twins destroy them, with the exception of Wax Larry King whose head is still intact and roams the vents of the Mystery Shack.

List of wax figures

Wax Sherlock Holmes

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Wax Sherlock Holmes appears to be the leader of the group. He fights with Dipper in the Mystery Shack and eventually on the roof. He killed Wax Stan by decapitation. He melts when exposed to the rising sun. He is based on the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, and is voiced by John Oliver.

Wax Larry King

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When discovered, Grunkle Stan called Wax Larry King a "goblin man" because he didn't know who he really was. When Wax Larry King attacks the twins, his head is cut off his body and falls into a vent, where a rat bites off his ear. Later, he hops in the vent near the attic and answers Mabel's question, saying that the llama hair sweater would be better, as llamas are "nature's greatest warriors." He is also mentioned in the coded message in the credits which, when decoded, says "HE'S STILL IN THE VENTS." He is based on and voiced by the TV host Larry King.

Wax Coolio

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Wax Coolio assaults Dipper and Mabel along with the wax figures. Later, Mabel uses his head to hit the other wax figures when they are surrounding her. Wax Coolio is based on and voiced by the rapper, Coolio.

Wax Richard Nixon

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Wax Richard Nixon is based on the 37th President of the United States of America, Richard Nixon. He is seen doing his V for victory sign. In the flashback scene, he stands with Wax Queen Elizabeth as they drink water/soda.

Wax Abraham Lincoln

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Wax Abraham Lincoln melted in the storage room because of exposure to sunlight from a window with open blinds. Mabel volunteered to create a new statue to replace it. He is based on the 16th President of the United States of America, Abraham Lincoln.

Wax John Wilkes Booth

This section needs an image, if you have one, please upload it. Wax John Wilkes Boothe is accused by Grunkle Stan of leaving the blinds open, which melted Wax Abraham Lincoln. He is based on Abraham Lincoln's assassin, John Wilkes Booth.

Wax Groucho Marx

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After attacking the twins, Wax Groucho is sliced in half by Dipper and makes his final joke before falling apart. He asks why there is nothing in his hand and he is iconically known for holding a cigar. He is based on the famous comedian Groucho Marx who was apart of the famous slient comdeon act known as The Marx Brothers and voiced by Michael Gough.

Wax William Shakespeare

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Wax William Shakespeare's arms are melted off by Mabel, but the arms put her in a headlock. While in the headlock, Mabel opens a door and jams it on the arms, so she could attack the other wax figures. After the battle is over, Mabel tosses his head into a fire while it recites poetry. He is based on the world-famous playwright William Shakespeare. He is voiced by Greg Ellis

Wax Genghis Khan

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Wax Genghis Khan is seen holding a sword when the wax figures are advancing towards Dipper and Mabel. His face melts when Dipper splashes coffee on it. Later, he gets lured into the fireplace by Dipper, and Dipper makes a joke before he lured him in. He is based on the Mongol Empire emperor Genghis Khan

Wax Lizzie Borden

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Wax Lizzie Borden is based on the supposed axe murderer Lizzie Borden. In the fighting scene, she is seen with Wax Robin Hood running towards Mabel to kill her. When she swings her axe where Mabel is, she accidentally cuts off Wax Robin Hood's head.

Wax Queen Elizabeth II

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Wax Queen Elizabeth II is based on the Commonwealth monarch Queen Elizabeth II. At one part of the flashback scene, she and Wax Richard Nixon can be seen drinking water/soda.

Wax Robin Hood

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Wax Robin Hood was seen trying to grab Mabel along with Wax Lizzie Borden. She later accidentally cuts his head off when she tried to swing the axe at Mabel. He is based on the heroic outlaw Robin Hood. He is voiced by Rob Rackstraw.

Wax Thomas Edison

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Wax Thomas Edison appears in the room when it was first discovered, and shortly in the background right before the fight scene. He is based off of the American inventor, Thomas Edison.

Wax Edgar Allen Poe

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Wax Edgar Allen Poe was seen in the fight scene. He was one of the wax figures that got slapped in the face by Mabel by using wax Coolio's head. During the flashback scene, he and Wax Sherlock Holmes were taking funny pictures of Grunkle Stan. But when Grunkle Stan woke up they revert to their original form. After Grunkle Stan goes to sleep, they proceed taking funny pictures of him. He is based off of famous author Edgar Allen Poe.


The figures posess some of the same personality traits as their namesakes, although they have many in common with each other. They enjoy hanging out during the night, and after Stan locked them away, they wait ten years just to seek vengence on him. When Soos finds them, they come to life once again and attempt to murder Stan, but accidentally decapitate the wax replica of him. When Dipper and Mabel discover their supernatural nature, they duel them to their own deaths.


S1e3 wax figures character sheet

Each wax figure resembles a famous figure or character from history, literature or show business. Thus, they vary greatly in appearance from each other.


Season 1

Season 1


"Bravo, Dipper Pines, you figured out our secret. Applaud, everyone, applaud sarcastically. No, that sounds too sincere! there we go, Slow and condescending. There we go, nice and calmness ending."
—Wax Sherlock Holmes[source]

"When your uncle went to sleep, we would rule the night."
—Wax Coolio[source]

"I've heard of a cutting remark, but this is ridiculous!"
—Wax Groucho Marx[source]

"You sneeze like a kitten! Those policemen were right! You're adorable! Adorable!!"
—Wax Sherlock Holmes[source]

"The llama hair. Llamas are nature's warriors."
—Wax Larry King[source]

"Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! What's up with that?!"
—Wax Coolio[source]



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