Being an easy villain for Locke & Key’s Griffin Gluck

What makes Dodge such a compelling villain is that they could easily just be a Disney cartoon villain, a goofy and clumsy (but still terrifying) demon that seems impossible to catch got three kids. Instead, Dodge is fearsome, intelligent, calculating, and powerful, capable of fooling both Lockes and the audience with their charm and surprising affinity for the human world.

Because of the magic keys, we’ve seen Dodge assume different forms in the show. Before being possessed by the demon Dodge, Felix Mallard’s Lucas Caravaggio was the cool guy you most wanted to be your best friend in high school, fun and loyal. After Lucas is killed and Dodge is summoned back to life, she’s played by Laysla De Oliveira, who has a more dangerous-looking but sexier look on the show. She flirts with Tyler (Connor Jessup), and tricks Bode (Jackson Robert Scott) into considering her a friend, before quickly revealing her nefarious murder target.

Then there’s Gabe. An original concept from the Netflix adaptation, Gabe is a completely different character that Dodge adopts by morphing their entire bodies to infiltrate the world of the Lockes. Gabe quickly becomes friends with Kinsey Locke (Emilia Jones) and eventually begins dating her, while also becoming friends with her brothers.

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