Blaze (voiced by Nolan Notrh) An orange-red monster truck who is good hearted, loyal and brave. He is Axle City's number one racer. At the start of Season 2, Blaze becomes the newest member of the Axle City Fire Department.
AJ (voiced by Dusan Brown) is Blaze's best friend and driver, an eight-year-old science and technology expert.
Starla (voiced by Kate Higgins) is a purple pickup truck, a roping expert and speaks with a thick southern accent. She runs a farm outside the city.
Darington (voiced by Alexander Polinsky) is a clumsy yet fearless blue monster truck who loves stunts.
Zeg (voiced by James Patrick Stuart) is half-triceratops, half-monster truck with brute tendencies. He has a short vocabulary and tends to refer to himself in third person.
Stripes (voiced by Sunil Malhotra) is a striped truck with the abilities of a tiger such as a high sense of smell and retractable claws in his tires.
Gabby (voiced by Angelina Wahler) is a knowledgeable mechanic who fixes up the trucks when they are damaged.
Crusher (voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson) is Blaze and AJ's rival and the only villain in the series. He is childish, whiny, full of himself, and cheats in the majority of episodes to get his way.
Pickle (voiced by Nat Faxon) A green monster truck who is the show's comic relief character
Blaze and the Monster Machines is a CG interactive series for pre-school children featuring Blaze, the world's most amazing monster truck, and his driver and best friend 8-year-old AJ. The series follows their adventures in Axle City, a town populated with big-wheeled vehicles known as monster machines.
Blaze is Axle City's greatest hero and the champion of the racetrack! Whenever there's trouble he's the truck everyone turns to for help because he can do things no other truck can. Blaze has Blazing Speed, a special turbo boost that lets him accelerate and go faster than any other monster machine. But Blaze has more than just speed. He also has the power to transform into any other vehicle or machine! Using his engineering knowledge Blaze can add new parts to himself and change into anything. From a hydrofoil to a hang glider to even a hair dryer, if you can engineer it, Blaze can become it.
AJ and the audience at home help Blaze on his adventures by exploring the physics of how things move, tackling problems and discovering the component parts needed to make everyday technologies work.