Brown (fading in color)
Glass Tech Company
Dr. Carl Manchester is Ray's father who's machine accidentally made him indestructible. He appeared in the first episode, The Danger Begins.
He is a scientific genius. He wanted his son Ray to be better than everyone else.
Carl Manchester is a scientist who is/was employed at the Glass Tech Industries Company in Swellview. One day, he had to take his son Ray with him for bring your kid to work day. Ray would skateboard in his lab while Carl would demonstrate his machine of indestructibility, known as the Trans-molecular Densitizer, to an audience.
Carl began to show what happens to glass when you use a baseball bat. The result was shattered fragments of glass. Then he would wow the audience with his machine that made another pane of glass indestructible. Again, he would show them by whacking the glass with his bat and the glass did not break this time. Everyone cheered for Carl's project. Then Carl said to come with him into the other room away from his machine.
But as soon as he and the audience entered the room opposite from Carl's machine, his son uncontrollably skated towards the machine and pulled the lever, making him indestructible. Carl however, jumped out of fear thinking he was going to lose his son. He switched off the machine and then grabbed him to safety away from the machine. Asking if he was alright, he began to tell his son that now he was indestructible, and he would go on to do special things. He demonstrated this to him by whacking his head with a detector, which made his son show anger towards his father before realizing it only hurt for a second.
- The intro of Henry Danger states that Carl was an irresponsible scientist. Only part of it is true, as in The Danger Begins it is Ray who was irresponsible since he was riding a skateboard near his father's machine and disobeyed him the first time when he charged at the machine and became indestructible. All Carl did was neglect his machine for a moment.
- It is unknown if he is still alive, 25 years later.