Dr. Peace PR Illustration
|Real name||Pastel Brankino|
|Age||50 years old|
Name unknown (Ex-wife)
|Affiliations||United Assassins Association|
|Ranking match||Destroy Stadium|
|Splash taunt||"Listen to my song"|
|Alter ego||Vice detective|
|First appearance||No More Heroes|
|Battle theme||"Steel Python"|
|Voice actor||Richard McGonagle|
Pastel Brankino, better known by his pseudonym Dr. Peace (ドクターピース), is a fictional character in the 2007 video game No More Heroes. He is a 50-year-old Native American assassin who is a corrupt vice detective, master gunslinger, policeman, and is called the "department store of crime." He is also a karaoke enthusiast; before Travis Touchdown's ranking match against him, Peace sings the song "The virgin child makes her wish without feeling anything," written by Goichi Suda, at the podium in Destroy Stadium. He is ranked ninth in the United Assassins Association. Peace is very similar to Travis, explaining that he enjoys taking lives from others; it is his passion and his calling. His weapon, a golden magnum, is a possible homage to Emir Parkreiner of killer7's golden gun. He reveals himself to be divorced and estranged from his daughter Jennifer, shortly before battling and being cut down by Travis.
Dr. Peace is voiced by Richard McGonagle.
In the Trading Card GameEdit
- Dr. Peace bares a strong resemblance to American actor Charles Bronson, famous for his movie roles which include a police detective, gunfighter and hitman, all three of which apply to Dr. Peace.
- Dr. Peace's name is a bit of a play on words, the homonym "piece" being a common slang term for a handgun. Additionally, Dr. Peace's revolver is rather similar to the Colt 1873 "Peacemaker" pistol.