Calendar Man
Calendar Man
Biographical Information
Full Name Julian Gregory Day
Other Name(s)
Age 30s
Birthplace America
Home Arkham, MA
Occupation(s) Guardian of Holidays
Morality Good
Gender Male
Race Human
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Bald
Affiliation(s) The Guardians
Allies Guardians
Enemies Pitch
Powers and Abilities
Power(s) Power of The Holidays
Background Information
First Seen
Last Seen
Voice Actor(s)

About him Edit

Julian Gregory Day, better known as the Calendar Man, is the Guardian of Hollidays. He is role-played by Cody10210.

Background Edit

He is a man in his 30's, slim but doesn't build his body as he is weak, but has a brilliant mind. He is bald, has blue eyes, wears a red jacket with a cape and matching red trousers and grey shoes. Under his jacket he wears a shirt that is full of dates, as around his head, he has short versions of month titles.

As a young lad, he started to love all of the months and remembering them. He knew every birthday, every work and not work day, and especially hollidays. The Man in the Moon choose him to be the Guardian of Hollidays, and was in charge to write every new holliday or event that is going to be on the calendar.

His work room or fascility, that he operates is called Arkham, where he works with some other persons. He also goes sometimes to the moon, great Manny and telling him about the news. He is so-called, Manny's secretary.

Powers and Abilities Edit

Photographic memory Edit

As he basically knows every day, he can tell to anyone that asks him, about something that they want to know. He uses a note book to sign in, but once in the brain, he doesn't even look at it.

Power of the Hollidays Edit

He can 'borrow' every power of the Holliday characters at his own will. With them, he can even defend himself.

Relationships Edit

Guardians Edit

Man in Moon Edit

Trivia Edit

  • His name is made up of calendar-related puns. Julian is a reference to the Julian calendar and Julian dates. Gregory is a reference to the Gregorian calendar made by Pope Gregory XIII. Day is an obvious reference to the days on a calendar.
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