The Bread's Crumbs Cinematic Universe is the fictional world and storyline created by Ryan Bowman and LordStarscream100 that encompasses Bread's Crumbs, and its various spin-offs and sequels. The spin-offs, also called "interquels", expanded the universe more, with some of them eventually tying in with the main story by the installments in the next phase of the series. The series is known for its ensemble casts, assembling many of LordStarscream100's actors and bringing them together in a giant cast.
The first film was followed by three interquels - The Biggest Fish of Them All, Alias Odium, and Tea-Eee, which were released in 2014. The second phase of the cinematic universe began with the release of Bread's Crumbs 2: Electric Boogaloo on June 8, 2015. In August, it was followed by two spin-offs; Jumpa X and The Conundrum Dimension, both of which tied in with the events of the second film, expanding on the teased character of Jumpa X and the mysterious Conundrum Dimension. Two more interquels, Hit the Crib and Omega, were released the following year in March and April, respectively.
The third installment, Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam, commenced phase three upon its release on June 26, 2016. Though the third film was set to be the final installment in the series, a fourth film, Bread's Crumbs 4: Mass Consumption, was made a large possibility in December 2016 and confirmed in February 2017. A final interquel, The Two Man Trio, was released in May. Bread's Crumbs 4 will be released in August 2017.
The Clan was an organization created by Tom Boder, aka "Captain Jumpa", John Bacchus, Glen Tennis, and Vin Diesel, dedicated to the retrieval of powerful and ancient artifacts in order to keep them from getting into the wrong hands. In the first film, the group fought against Bread Nelson to claim The Crumbs, and everyone present at the battle was infected by a decoy artifact that drained them of their energy.
In the second film, Captain Jumpa is largely absent throughout and Glen Tennis is killed during an attack on the Clan by Biscuit Savage. Bacchus takes control of the group and they fight against their new adversary, up until Bacchus sets off on a solo mission to find The Crumbs.
In the third film, a rift forms in the Clan after a failed raid on the United Bread Nelson Villains Assocation headquarters, as some feel Captain Jumpa's leadership skills have grown weak and even incompetent. The team is divided upon the return of Bacchus, who creates a separate faction, the Bacchus Brotherhood, with a new goal of claiming The Crumbs and unleashing its power. Jumpa, Vin and various other members of the Clan stay loyal to the original group, and oppose the Brotherhood for the sake of preserving the dangerous power of the artifact. At the end of the film, the Clan reunites after Nazi Mitch claims the artifact and its power, and together they succeed in defeating him. With The Crumbs seemingly gone, Jumpa declares that the Clan is disbanded, and its members go their separate ways.
Original Members (2014 and before)Edit
- Captain Jumpa [Commander, Founder] | Alive
- Glen Tennis [Commander, Co-founder] | Deceased
- John Bacchus [Lieutenant-Commander] | Alive
- Vin Diesel [Captain, Co-founder] | Alive
- Colonel Crunch [Captain] | Alive
- Flynt Coal [Captain] | Alive
- Corporal Crunch [Member] | Alive
New Members (as of 2015) Edit
- Sandy Sandler [Member] | Alive
- Mahatma [Member] | Presumed Deceased
- Plot Device [Member] | Alive
- Reginald [Member] | Alive
- Lord Tyresius [Member] | Alive
New Members (as of 2016) Edit
- Kick [Member] | Alive
- Biscuit Savage [Honorary Member] | Alive
- Banny Passerini [Honorary Member] | Alive
- Rasputin [Honorary Member] | Alive
Played by Ryan Bowman. Captain Jumpa is the main protagonist of Bread's Crumbs, a supporting protagonist in Tea-Eee, a minor character in Bread's Crumbs 2: Electric Boogaloo and a main character in Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam. He is the leader and founder of the Clan, a group of treasure hunters occupied with safeguarding ancient artifacts, such as The Crumbs.
Played by Gabe Sagherian. John Bacchus is a head lieutenant in the Clan, a trusted ally of Captain Jumpa who stood by his side since the organization was founded. For several years, Bacchus has help the Clan in their various mission to discover, retrieve or protect ancient artifacts or valuable items.
He plays a major role in Bread's Crumbs, The Biggest Fish of Them All and The Conundrum Dimension, as well as the main protagonist of Bread's Crumbs 2: Electric Boogaloo and one of the antagonists of Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam. Bacchus is one of the top members of The Clan, a group of treasure hunters occupied with safeguarding ancient artifacts, such as The Crumbs. He is set to return in the upcoming fourth and final film.
Played by Russell Parkinson. Crunch made his debut in Bread's Crumbs, and later returned as a supporting character in Tea-Eee and Bread's Crumbs 2: Electric Boogaloo. He also appeared via archival footage in The Conundrum Dimension. He also has a clone, Corporal Crunch, who he met during World War II. Crunch was subjected to medical experiments that prevented him from aging or feeling older. He is set to return in the upcoming fourth and final film.
Played by LordStarscream100. Glen Tennis was a supporting character in Bread's Crumbs, Bread's Crumbs 2: Electric Boogaloo, and Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam. He is portrayed by LordStarscream100, who has also directed most of the series' installments.
LordStarscream100 has stated that the character was intentionally killed off in order to consolidate filming in the future, and that Glen Tennis would not have a role in any future films. "His role in the film is important", he says. "He tells his allies of the situation they're facing, and brings them together ... when he dies, the Clan sets off to avenge his death and find The Crumbs".
Played by Austin Brinser. Flynt made his debut in Bread's Crumbs, and later returned as a major character in Bread's Crumbs 2: Electric Boogaloo and Omega. Flynt then served as an antagonist in Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam, allying with the deranged John Bacchus. He is expected to return in the upcoming fourth film.
Played by Chris Lombardo. Vin Diesel, who took his name from the actor by the same name, is a member of the Clan. He made his debut in Bread's Crumbs, and later returned as a major character in Bread's Crumbs 2: Electric Boogaloo, Jumpa X and Hit the Crib. Vin served as one of the main protagonists in Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam, allying with Captain Jumpa in an effort to keep The Clan together. Vin is expected to return in the upcoming fourth film.
Played by Zion Figueroa. Tyresius was the guardian of The Crumbs at Mekron Woods, where the artifact was hidden away from society for years so that no one would steal it and try to unleash its power. Lord Tyresius made his debut as a supporting character in Bread's Crumbs 2: Electric Boogaloo, and he also had starring roles in the interquels Jumpa X and Hit the Crib. He later had a supporting role in Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam, allying with Captain Jumpa in an effort to keep The Clan together. Lord Tyresius is expected to return in the upcoming fourth film.
Played by Vishnu Rammohan. He is a supporting character in the second film.
Played by Sean Larkin. Big Beard made his debut as a supporting character in Bread's Crumbs 2: Electric Boogaloo, and he later had a supporting role as an ally-turned-adversary in Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam, as he teamed up with the deranged John Bacchus. Big Beard is expected to return in the upcoming fourth film.
Played by Ross Lovell. He is a supporting character in the second and third films. Reginald made his debut as a supporting character in Bread's Crumbs 2: Electric Boogaloo, and he later had a larger role as an ally-turned-adversary in Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam, as he teamed up with the deranged John Bacchus. Reginald is set to return in the upcoming fourth film.
Played by Alex Fanelli. A citizen of Portugal who witnessed John Bacchus's wrath, Kick played a major role in Hit the Crib and served as one of the main protagonists in Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam. He is set to return for the upcoming fourth and final film.
Played by David M. He is the main antagonist of the first film, and a minor character in the second and third films. In the first film, he poisons The Clan with Fake Crumbs, a duplicate of the all-powerful artifact. By the second movie, he has gone away from the public square, and most of The Clan believes him to be dead. However, he is actually still alive and has simply regressed from the life of crime, passing on his legacy to others, such as Nazi Mitch. In The Conundrum Dimension, Nelson receives a call from bounty hunter Bjorn Alvarez, who is in Portugal searching for John Bacchus. In Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam, Nelson calls Mitch and denounces him for his poor opreation of the U.B.N.V.A. headquarters.
Played by Mitchell P. He is the main antagonist of The Biggest Fish of Them All, a supporting antagonist in the second film and the main antagonist of the third film.
Played by Brandon Archibald. A large, smart and intimidating adversary, Biscuit Savage was always obsessed with obtaining The Crumbs. He served as the main antagonist in Bread's Crumbs 2: Electric Boogaloo, and later a supporting protagonist in Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam. Savage also had a brief appearance via archival footage in The Conundrum Dimension.
Played by Ryan Bowman. He appears very briefly in the second film, but is confirmed to be an antagonist. Jumpa X later returns in his own solo film, Jumpa X, where he arrives in the future to kill Tea-Eee's former host, Dennis Palmer, and initiate a chain of apocalyptic events. Vin Diesel and Lord Tyresius manage to protect Palmer and defeat Jumpa X, but some time after they returned to the past, Jumpa X awoke, still in the future - where he could still continue his mission.
His current status is unknown, although judging by the after-credits scene of his solo film, which featured the Clan tearing itself apart and its members fighting each other (an event Vin and Tyresius were trying to prevent), it is implied that Jumpa X somehow fulfilled his mission.
Played by Michael Behrenshauser. He makes a brief appearance in the second film, and is confirmed to be a member of the U.B.N.V.A., although he turns down an offer to assist Biscuit Savage. Michael B has not expressed interest in returning to have a larger role in future films.
Played by Jacob Doerr. Similar to Jumpa X, he is an "infiltrator" cyborg meant to mimic the appearance of Justin Bartisto.
Played by Ryan Grier. He is a supporting character in the third film. Banny is the son of Biscuit Savage who, following his father's supposed demise at the hands of The Clan, seeked vengeance and The Crumbs.
Other Characters Edit
Played by Jacob Doerr. He is the protagonist of Alias Odium, a major character in Omega, and was planned to be in Inquisition as well as the second and third films, but Inquisition and the character was ultimately cut from the second and third films. Jacob D has expressed willingness to appear in future installments, but whether or not that will come to fruition is unconfirmed at this time. He is rumored to return for the fourth film - however, this remains unconfirmed as well.
Played by Dan Brusilovsky. He is a major character in the third film. Rasputin is a mysterious character, who slips into the U.B.N.V.A. headquarters during the Clan's raid of the facility and steals The Crumbs. Rasputin then toys around with everyone by sending them on a wild goose chase to claim the artifact, which Rasputin has no intention of using for power and instead uses it to hold himself higher than everyone else.
A parasitic alien that resembles a wig. It was the main antagonist of Tea-Eee and a supporting antagonist in Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam. Tea-Eee possesses people and uses their bodies as vessels to carry out various actions. In Tea-Eee, the alien possessed civilian Dennis Palmer, and used him to attack Captain Jumpa and Colonel Crunch. After Palmer was saved, Tea-Eee later returned in Scrub Slam, possessing Flynt Coal and allying with Rasputin.
Played by Gabe Sagherian. He is a major character in Tea-Eee and Jumpa X. Palmer was possessed by the alien Tea-Eee and used to attack Captain Jumpa and Colonel Crunch. After Crunch removed the alien from Palmer's head, Crunch and Jumpa pursued Tea-Eee, with Palmer defeating the alien.
Unbeknownst to Palmer, Tea-Eee survived, and in the distant future evil forces were seeking it. Jumpa would send Vin Diesel and Lord Tyresius to the future to protect Palmer and destroy Jumpa X. Palmer allied with Vin and Tyresius, and together they fought and disabled Jumpa X.
Played by Scott Pincus. He was a minor character in Jumpa X. An arms dealer, Brando assisted Jumpa X when he entered his weapons shack. However, after the cyborg grabbed various firearms, it turned on Brando and shot him to death.
He is set to return in the upcoming fourth film.
Played by Chris Lombardo. He was a minor character in Jumpa X. Paxton confronted Jumpa X when he arrived in the year 2019. He tried killing the cyborg, who demanded Paxton's clothes. Paxton complied, but Jumpa X shot him shortly after.
Character Appearances Edit
These are the characters that appeared or will appear in the Bread's Crumbs Cinematic Universe. The actors' names are abbreviated to make the table smaller.
- A white cell indicates that the character has/will not appear in that specific film.
- For the fourth film, an open black space/no cell indicates the character has not been confirmed or denied for the film.
| Bread's Crumbs|
| The Biggest Fish of Them All|
| Alias Odium|
| Bread's Crumbs 2: Electric Boogaloo|
| Jumpa X|
| The Conundrum Dimension|
| Hit the Crib|
| Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam|
| The Two Man Trio|
| Bread's Crumbs 4: Mass Consumption|
|John Bacchus||Gabe S||Gabe S||Gabe S||Gabe S|
|Captain Jumpa||Ryan B||Ryan B||Ryan B||(picture/archival audio)|
|Flynt Coal||Austin B||Austin B||Austin B|
|Vin Diesel||Chris L||Chris L||Chris L||Chris L|
|Glen Tennis||Scott P||Scott P||Scott P|
|Colonel Crunch||Russell P||Russell P||Russell P (archival footage)||Russell P|
|Corporal Crunch||Eric G||Eric G||Eric G (archival footage)||Eric G (cameo)|
|Bread Nelson||David M||David M (cameo)||David M (archival audio)||David M||(picture)|
|Sandy Sandler||Michael R||Michael R||Michael R (cameo)||Michael R|
|Nazi Mitch||Mitchell P||Mitchell P||Mitchell P (archival audio)||Mitchell P||(pictures)|
|Justin Bartisto||Jacob D||Jacob D||(picture)|
|Dennis Palmer||Gabe S||Gabe S|
|Biscuit Savage||Brandon A||Brandon A (archival footage)||Brandon A||Brandon A|
|Reginald Wellington||Ross L||Ross L||Ross L|
|Big Beard||Sean L||Sean L||Sean L|
|Lord Tyresius||Zion F||Zion F||Zion F||Zion F|
|The Paleman||Michael B (cameo)||Michael B|
|Jumpa X||Ryan B||Ryan B||(picture)|
|Kosta Brando||Scott P||Scott P|
|Bjorn Alvarez||Dakota M||Dakota M||Dakota M|
|Kick||Alex F||Alex F||Alex F|
|Rasputin||Dan B||Dan B|
|Banny Passerini||Ryan G (uncredited cameo) *||Ryan G||Ryan G|
|Axel Gunner||Jacob L (uncredited cameo) *||Jacob L|
|Kaine West||Alex F**|
|The Creator||Dan B|
|Quinn Diesel||Alex L|
- Ryan Grier and Jacob Lutz had cameos in Bread's Crumbs 2 before their characters were created, and their roles went uncredited.
- Alex Fanelli portrayed Kaine West physically, but Douglas Garthwaite provided the voice. Also, Dan Brusilovsky plays The Creator physically, but Rob O'Dwyer provides the voice.
- The majority of the characters who had appeared in the previous nine installments returned in Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam. Unfortunately, issues arose that prevented the envisioned cast from being complete (five characters had to be cut from the film in all).
- Colonel Crunch, The Paleman, Justin Bartisto and Mahatma were all set to appear in the film, but did not due to scheduling conflicts with the actors that portrayed them. However, Colonel Crunch and Mahatma are both mentioned.
- Corporal Crunch and Sandy Sandler have cameos in the film, but their roles were set to be larger.
- Jumpa X was set to return in the film, but did not fit into the scenes that were shot due to time constraints. He was intended to appear during the opening battle in the U.B.N.V.A. headquarters.
- J-1000 (the antagonist of Omega), as well as Kosta Brando and Paxton (minor characters from Jumpa X) and Dennis Palmer (a main character in Tea-Eee and Jumpa X), were never expected to appear in the film and as such did not.