|The Venture Bros. character|
Dia de los Dangerous!
Floppy hair sticking through top of his uniform
The Fluttering Horde
Brock Samson grabbed Speedy by the throat while he was attempting to kidnap the Venture twins. Speedy's fellow henchmen were finally able to take Brock down after firing an extensive amount of tranquilizer darts and hitting him with a truck.
Despite being unconscious, Brock wouldn't loosen his tight grip around Speedy's throat. The other henchmen tried to save him with no success. When they realized it was futile they performed a mercy killing by shooting Speedy with a tranquilizer. Speedy's struggling ceased and he died, either from windpipe collapse or asphyxiation.
- The Lepidopterists (mentioned)
- Pinstripes & Poltergeists (cameo as ghost)
- His name is likely a reference to the DC Comics superhero Green Arrow's teenaged sidekick, Speedy.
- His name and demise may be a reference to the 1989 storyline "The Death of Speedy" from the groundbreaking indie comic book Love and Rockets. In that story protagonist Maggie Chascarrillo deals with the violent loss of her crush, Eulalio "Speedy" Ortiz.
- Henchman 24 tells Scott Hall (Henchman 1) about the death of Speedy as a cautionary tale in Season 3's The Lepidopterists.
- Speedy appeared to Henchman 21 as a ghost (who may or may not be real) in Season 4's Pinstripes and Poltergeists.