Mecha appears very similar to Jury Rigg's Omniverse design, except his aviator suit is grey and black instead of green and black.
Mecha is very high strung and very proud of his work. He refuses to believe that anyone is better at him with fixing machinery, and is ashamed when he has to ask for help. He is always moving, fixing or doing something.
His species can smell out lithium, as it is a pungent smell to him.
Mecha first appears in John Smith 10: Galactic Battle, as the chief mechanic for the Crystal Mercenaries. He serves a relatively smal role in this series, though is an invaluable member of the mercenary group. He develops a rival with Baz-El, who later joins the mercenary troupe.
- The Alliance (John Smith 10)
- The Secret of Chromastone (John Smith 10)
- Crystal Mercenaries (episode)
- Stranded (John Smith 10)
- Hades' Blessing
- Return of the Corrodium
- The Vampire Strikes Back (John Smith 10)
- Restoration of Time
Mecha makes a return in this series focused on bikers. As such, he owns a repair shop in Undertown, called Mecha's Mechanics. He has Kevin and Argit as employees, as well as occasionally having his cousins Grick and Grack work there, the two cousins driving him mad. He seems to like Ryder, as his imagination for ideas challenges Mecha's skills. He is the creator of the Tenn-Speed, with Ryder's help.
- On the Road Again (Ryder 10)
- Grudge Match (Ryder 10)
- Rules of Engagement (Ryder 10)
- Inspector Number 13 (Ryder 10)
- The Purge (Ryder 10)
Mecha appears similar to his role in Ryder 10, owning Mecha's Mechanics in Undertown. He is a friend of Lucy, and is called upon for repairs or to cause major destruction. His personal weapon is a bazooka that fires energy that takes the shape of a dragon.