|“||Remember the bad guys on the shows you used to watch on Saturday mornings? Well, these guys aren't like those guys. They won't exercise restraint because you are children. They *will* kill you if they get the chance. Do *not* give them that chance.||„|
|~ Elastigirl warning her children about Syndrome's Security Guards|
Syndrome's Security Guards are the quaternary antagonists in the 2004 Disney/Pixar film, The Incredibles. They serves as henchmen to the supervillain named Syndrome.
During his early days as a weapons dealer, Syndrome brought an island called Nomanisan Island, using it as his own base of operations. He then gathered a bunch of thugs and criminals, entrusting them to guard Nomanisan Island and to shoot any trespassers. They were armed with machine guns and carried security cards to navigate the facility, as well as a monorail system and flying vehicles. Their portrayal was considerably dark for Disney henchmen and they were willing to murder children if they turned out to be supers (as the director of the Incredibles felt that this was portrayed too commonly in media and that it was more damaging to children than helpful).
It is later revealed that the guards are involved in the murders of several supers, as well as Syndrome's true plan to stage an Omnidroid attack in a populated city, to which he can use to foil and make himself a hero so that he can eliminate the concept of supers from the rest of the world. They attacked Mrs. Incredible when she went to infiltrate the island to locate her husband, and later surrounded Dash and Violet when they accidentally triggered an alarm. As soon as they realized that they were supers, they began to attack them, many of which were killed in the process. However, Syndrome was able to capture the family, and has his men to hold the family of supers in gunpoint.
As Syndrome enacts his plan, the guards were shown eagerly watching Syndrome's Omnidroid attacking a populated city. However, the Incredibles escape and foil Syndrome's plot. The guards' exact fate is unknown following Syndrome's death, though it is revealed by a government agent named Rick Dicker that all of Syndrome's assets are seized, which may imply that the guards are arrested by the government and sent to prison for their crimes.