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n : A superhero character created by comicbook writer Ben Edlund. The Tick comic spawned an animated TV series (1994-1997) and a short lived live-action series (2001).

The Tick was characterized by his blue costume, a never-say-die attitude, his child like personality, an unyeilding definition of justice and his need to uphold it. His superpowers consisted of nigh-invulnerability and super-human strength. His main catch phrase was "SSSSPPPPOOOONNNN".

His main ally was Arthur (Mothman) who had the ability to fly, but he also teamed up with Speak (The Furry, Moist Avenger) who was a Mexican Capybara and Little Wooden Boy a little wooden boy The Tick carved himeself. Other superheros in the Tick universe are American Maid, Die Fledermaus and Sewer Urchin. Supervillians he battled included Chairface Chippendale, Dinosaur Neil and the Swedish Army.
Tick: And so, may Evil beware and may Good dress warmly and eat lots of fresh vegetables.

Tick: Everybody was a baby once, Arthur. Oh, sure, maybe not today, or even yesterday. But once. Babies, chum: tiny, dimpled, fleshy mirrors of our us-ness, that we parents hurl into the future, like leathery footballs of hope. And you've got to get a good spiral on that baby, or evil will make an interception.
by Lacrox December 29, 2004
 
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The best freakin' cartoon ever to air. It featured a blue hero name "The Tick" who was strong, big, and innocent. Engraved in stone is his battlecry...SPOOOOOOOON!
Evil doers...you face: THE TICK!
by sporkispoon October 16, 2003
 
3.
To send an sms to your mates saying "tick" when you've accomplished a highly sought after sexual act
"The Tick" I banged that stripper Anni in the ass
by StripperBanga March 11, 2008
 
4.
during the act of intercourse... at the point of climax the male screams SPOOOOOOOON!!!! takes of said condom (preferable blue) , turns it inside out, and slaps their partner in the face.
I gave het the tick the other night and to my suprise she asked for another!!!
by big papa pounder August 31, 2006