The floating head adviser to S-Force.
Targon mistook Coop's clumsiness and habit for causing massive collateral damage as a sign that he was actively terrorizing the "Backwater Terran System" (Earth). This prompted him to send S-Force to bring Coop, and consequently Kiva and Jamie, to justice.
Ultimately S-Force was defeated and saw that Coop was just clumsy and a little dim-dimwitted but convinced that he wasn't evil after Coop defeated their arch-enemy, Ender. However, their extended stay on Earth (supposedly while their Zorps were being repaired) each member of S-Force picked up bad habits from Coop, who called it 'training.' When S-Force returned to Sarus, they each expressed some behavior that made Coop a great mech pilot, but was utterly unbecoming of a police force. To which Targon declared that the best police force in the universe was "ruined." Bad Guy
This change of behavior brought a lot of resentment from Targon, as he almost would rather have let Sarus be destroyed then ask Coop for help in S-Force S.O.S. He seemed particularly annoyed with Coop's lack of professionalism and obvious immaturity. He did seem to have some interest in the hula-girl dashboard toy Coop had in MEGAS.
It's unclear if Targon has an actual body, is an AI, or is broadcasting from some other plane of reality.
- The floating head advisor trope likely can be traced to Power Rangers.
- There are elements of Professor X in Targon's baldness and general eyebrow shape; during various incarnations of X-Men shows and comics, Professor X's communiques looked strikingly similar to Targon.