|“||I've been a police officer for fifteen years, and I firmly believe that every citizen is innocent until proven guilty.||”|
In "Rogercop", when he is fired by André Bourgeois for refusing to arrest Marinette Dupain-Cheng for stealing Chloé Bourgeois's bracelet without evidence, which would be in violation of the law, he is akumatized by Hawk Moth and becomes Rogercop, a robot policeman supervillain.
Lieutenant Roger is at a medium height and a bit overweight. He has short orange hair, green eyes and a large nose.
His police cap is dark blue and has the word "police" written in all capital white letters. He wears a blue polo shirt with a badge with the flag of France on his right arm. His shirt has three buttons, and beneath them are light blue lines. On his right wrist, he wears a wrist watch and on his left wrist, he wears a medical bracelet. He also wears dark blue pants with a black belt, a baton attached to the belt, and black work boots. His silver police whistle dangles from his neck.
Rogercop is taller and more muscular, and he wears a dark blue robot suit. His chest, hands, the underside of his upper arms, behind, back of his legs, and hips are black. The police whistle is still around his neck. Also, he has light blue lines around where his blasters are on the back up his forearms, around the black on his chest, and around the bottom of his feet. A hollow light blue triangle pointing downwards is at the center of his chest. His helmet includes a light blue line above a light blue shield in front of his eyes. His left shoulder and right shoulder have a blinking red light and blue light, respectively.
Roger is a very dedicated police officer, and he is firmly convinced that everyone is innocent until proven guilty. He disobeys André Bourgeois's orders to arrest Marinette without proof in "Rogercop", since that would be in violation of the law, resulting in him being temporarily fired. He is strict, as seen when he throws Xavier Ramier out of the Trocadéro in "Mr. Pigeon" because of his habit of feeding the pigeons. He is also prideful about the police's ability to handle situations, telling Ladybug that they don't need her help in "Copycat". He's known to be excessive when dealing with those who violate the law, as he piles tickets onto Adrien's bodyguard in both "Gigantitan" and "Gorizilla", as well as Anarka Couffaine in "Captain Hardrock", even for very minor offences. However, when he isn't focused on his duties, Roger is friendly, loving towards his daughter and nice to other people.
As Rogercop, he is a merciless, emotionless, and law-dedicated drone who makes civilians do what he considers to be following the law. He strives for order and obedience, and he doesn't take kindly to people questioning his authority. Revenge also motivates him, as he wants to make André suffer consequences for firing him.
Rogercop has blasters on his forearms that shoot handcuffs, one of them red and the other blue. When they attach to people, he can command them and blow his whistle to make them do whatever he wants, whether for a short period of time or continuously. The blasters can also fire tracking devices, which allow Rogercop to easily locate anyone or anything they attach to, like André Bourgeois' limousine. He is also able to attach his shoes to moving surfaces.
His car, having got an upgrade when he is akumatized, is able to fly. It also has an autopilot option so that he can do other tasks without having to drive.
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In the few instances Roger has interacted with Marinette, he treats her respectfully while still acting professionally. He silently and suspiciously stares at her when she retrieves a pigeon feather at the Trocadéro in "Mr. Pigeon", but he smiles at her after she leaves. Also, he defies André's orders to search Marinette for Chloé's bracelet in "Rogercop", as he firmly believes in not breaking the law and jumping to conclusions without solid evidence.
With Ladybug, Roger appreciates her and Cat Noir's work as long as they don't cause any trouble for the public or the police. In "Stoneheart", he accuses Ladybug of failing with Stoneheart previously and commands for her and Cat Noir to stay out of the police's way. The police officer and superhero also disagree about Cat Noir's innocence in "Copycat". Although stubborn at times with Ladybug, he knows that she truly cares about protecting Paris. In particular situations, he openly wants her and Cat Noir to save him and others, like when he and other police officers get captured by the titular villain in "Mr. Pigeon". Also, he sometimes shows pure gratitude towards her and her heroics, including when she destroys Hawk Moth's akuma projection in "Stoneheart" and when her Miraculous Ladybug returns the Mona Lisa in "Copycat".
As Rogercop, he sees Ladybug and Cat Noir as being no longer needed to protect Paris. It takes a little time before he starts thinking of them as lawbreakers, as once he replaces André as the head power of Paris, he declares Ladybug and Cat Noir as fugitives.
Roger doesn't know Adrien personally, however because he knows that Sabrina sees him as a friend, he determinedly searches for him with her in "A Christmas Special".
Rogercop feels the same about Cat Noir as he does with Ladybug, liking their heroics while not being troublesome to Parisians and the police. When Copycat impersonates Cat Noir and steals the Mona Lisa in the episode of the same name, Roger firmly believes that Cat Noir is the culprit, leading the superhero into a trap.
Roger respects and serves André, but he doesn't agree with André's impulsive orders that go against the law. Despite André commanding him to search Marinette, even stressing his authority as mayor, Roger stands his ground on not disobeying the law. While being Rogercop, he goes after André and blackmails him with his daughter so André will give Rogercop authority over Paris. After he is returned to normal, Roger gets promoted by André for finding Chloé's bracelet, and Roger thanks him, saying he is proud to be on the police force.
|Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir Theme Song:||Appears|
|1. "The Bubbler":||Background||14. "Princess Fragrance":||Absent|
|2. "Mr. Pigeon":||Appears||15. "Ladybug & Cat Noir":||Appears|
|3. "Stormy Weather":||Background||16. "Stoneheart":||Appears|
|4. "Timebreaker":||Absent||17. "Animan":||Absent|
|5. "Copycat":||Appears||18. "Simon Says":||Absent|
|6. "The Pharaoh":||Absent||19. "Pixelator":||Background|
|7. "Lady Wifi":||Background||20. "Guitar Villain":||Absent|
|8. "The Evillustrator":||Absent||21. "Kung Food":||Absent|
|9. "Rogercop":||Appears||22. "Gamer":||Absent|
|10. "Dark Cupid":||Absent||23. "Reflekta":||Background|
|11. "Horrificator":||Absent||24. "The Puppeteer":||Appears|
|12. "Darkblade":||Background||25. "Antibug":||Background|
|13. "The Mime":||Appears||26. "Volpina":||Absent|
|Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir Theme Song:||Absent|
|1. "Santa Claws":||Appears||14. "Frightningale":||Background|
|2. "The Collector":||Appears||15. "Syren":||Absent|
|3. "Prime Queen":||Absent||16. "Zombizou":||Appears|
|4. "Despair Bear":||Absent||17. "Frozer":||Absent|
|5. "Riposte":||Appears||18. "Style Queen":||Background|
|6. "Befana":||Absent||19. "Troublemaker":||Background|
|7. "Robostus":||Absent||20. "Queen Wasp":||Absent|
|8. "The Dark Owl":||Absent||21. "Reverser":||Appears|
|9. "Gigantitan":||Appears||22. "Anansi":||Absent|
|10. "Glaciator":||Absent||23. "Malediktator":||Appears|
|11. "Sapotis":||Absent||24. "Sandboy":||Appears|
|12. "Gorizilla":||Appears||25. "Catalyst":||Appears|
|13. "Captain Hardrock":||Appears||26. "Mayura":||Appears|
|Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir Theme Song:||Absent|
|1. "Chameleon":||Background||?. "Reflekdoll":||Absent|
|2. "Animaestro":||Absent||?. "Desperada":||Absent|
|3. "Bakerix":||Absent||?. "Startrain":||Appears|
|4. "Backwarder":||Absent||?. "Kwamibuster":||Absent|
|5. "Gamer 2.0":||Appears||?. "Feast":||Appears|
|6. "Weredad":||Absent||?. "Stormy Weather 2":||Flashback|
|7. "Silencer":||Appears||?. "Timetagger":||Absent|
|8. "Oni-Chan":||Absent||?. "Ikari Gozen":||Absent|
|9. "Miraculer":||Absent||?. "Cat Blanc":||Absent|
|10. "Oblivio":||Absent||?. "Félix":||Absent|
|11. "Party Crasher":||Appears||?. "Ladybug":||Absent|
|12. "Christmaster":||Appears||25. "Heart Hunter":||Appears|
|13. "The Puppeteer 2":||Pictured||26. "Miracle Queen":||Absent|
|"Happy Birthday to You!":||Pictured||Miraculous Ladybug OVA:||Unknown|
Comics and books
|Other Comics & Books|
|Ladybug Artbook:||Appears||Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug:||Unknown|
|Miraculous: Tales of Cat Noir:||Unknown||Tales of Miraculous:||Unknown|
|Super Lady Luck:||Absent||Miraculous Mission Ladybug:||Absent|
|Throwdown!:||Absent||Ladybug Contra os Vilões:||Absent|
|Miraculous Ladybug & Cat Noir:||Absent||Miraculous Crush:||Appears|
- Rogercop's name is a reference to the titular character of the sci-fi movie RoboCop.
- In the Korean version, Roger's villain name is Robocop.
- Roger becomes Rogercop a second time, the Puppeteer turning him back by using a doll of his villain form in the episode of the same name.
- Rogercop reappears in the two-part special event "Heroes' Day".
- Rogercop appears another time in "Gamer 2.0" for Gamer's powers.
- A statue of Rogercop appears in the Musée Grévin in "The Puppeteer 2".
- As with most of the characters in the show, Roger's names is a wordplay in French. In this case, Roger Raincomprix sounds like Roh j'ai rien compris, meaning "Er, I didn't get it".
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