- This page is for Go Go Tomago, the character in the film and TV show. For Marvel's version, see Go-Go Tomago. For other uses, see Go Go Tomago (disambiguation).
|“||Stop whining, woman up.||”|
Not much is known about Go Go's early life, but it can be assumed she has had a passion for speed and its vehicular applications since before she began attending San Fransokyo Institute of Technology, where she majors in Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design. Go Go is an accomplished racer; ever since she was a child, Go Go has had a passion for racing, having won several races (including getting placed twice in the San Fransokyo Criterium). She enrolled at City Honors Academy during her high school years and eventually found her way to the university that she attends in the present day.
She lives in a neighborhood known for having many criminals lurking around, but it doesn't appear to be a thing that worries her due to her toughness.
Official Disney Bio
- Aptly named, Go Go Tomago knows what it takes to be fast. She's tough, athletic and loyal to the bone, but not much of a conversationalist.
- Popping bubble gum and delivering well-placed sarcasm is totally her speed. The daredevil adrenaline junkie is at her best on wheels, and when Go Go joins forces with Big Hero 6, she rolls like never before, using maglev discs as wheels, shields and throwing weapons. 
Go Go is a young woman of Korean descent. She is rather short in stature, with fair skin, pink lips, short, somewhat scruffy black hair with violet streaks, brown eyes and lavender eyeshadow. In terms of attire, she is most notably found wearing clothes meant for fitness and physical activity, which is a dark gray leather jacket, fashionably ripped dark gray leggings with violet patches, underneath a pair of black shorts with red highlights, a white short-sleeved shirt, black trainers with blue on them, and black bare-knuckle gloves. Sometimes, she is seen with a white tank top (which is also her sleepwear).
In her superhero form, Go Go wears a black-and-yellow suit of armor with yellow maglev discs on her wrists and boots (each sporting a red spot in the center), a matching helmet, and black underclothing with a hint of red linings. Her visor was changed from transparent to a purple / magenta tint for the TV series. Go Go's super-suit received a few alterations in the TV series. The armor on her upper arms are obsolete and the armor on her hands have been replaced with black bare-knuckle gloves.
Go Go is a heroine in the form of a woman governed by silence and experience. A straightforward athlete, Go Go lives for the speed and thrill life has to offer and is willing to take up the challenges that come.
Compared to her teammates, she is quite reserved, introverted, and sardonic, making up for her lack of conversation with irony and sarcasm. Due to her athleticism, Go Go is resourceful in situations with and without the use of powers. She is also quite adaptive, most notably she utilized her newfound abilities proficiently when battling Yokai one-on-one, despite only recently learning how to use her suit. However, as a result of her tastes, Go Go has developed a sarcastic attitude, making her not the most approachable person to be around.
She is no-nonsense and has little patience for those who will not take things seriously or move too slowly. She is quite strong-willed and ultimately protective of her friends. Even though she can have a hard time dealing with them, she will put their safety above all else, especially to the possibility of failure. When under such a circumstance, she drops everything and becomes serious, quickly taking control of a situation by sheer will and determination. Indeed, she becomes an effective leader when the team needs help, carefully choosing what to say to her friends to get them to act.
Go Go tends to be recalcitrant, uncooperative, and reckless, much to Wasabi's ire and is known to head into a fight without thinking. She is also incredulous, to the point that she is not willing to accept limits, and at worst she can be highly opinionated. But deep down, Go Go is noble and honorable, so she will not condone an unscrupulous act. Her honor evidently surfaced when she stood against Hiro when his desire to avenge Tadashi made him resort to killing Yokai in cold blood.
However, what lies behind her thick shell is perhaps an immensely compassionate heart towards her friends. For instance, she personally hugged Hiro to comfort him after the latter realized the error of his actions, understanding the emotional toll Hiro had gone through and reminding him there is always a better way than revenge. Despite her initial refusing, Go Go becomes a superheroine for Big Hero 6 and provide her friends the determination they need to preserve and protect San Fransokyo. She is the closest to Hiro out of the team, aside from Baymax.
She is frequently shown chewing gum, but in a dangerous situation, she will take the gum out and stick it somewhere. This was shown during the car chase with Yokai where, tired of Wasabi's by-the-book driving, took the wheel to help the team escape Yokai. Then, when she and the team were confronting Yokai at Krei Tech and she was trapped in a sphere of Microbots, she spits out her gum and put it on the side of her helmet as she spun her way out of the sphere.
One thing she kept a secret from her friends was that she enjoyed going to Muirahara Woods by herself to watch birds and draw them as it relaxes and put her in a good mood. When her friends found out, she felt upset having to confess it because of how different it is to her tough attitude and even though they did not mind and offered to try it with her sometime, she angrily refused by saying it was her alone thing.
Powers and Abilities
Go Go has no true powers, but she is an athlete and a mechanical engineer expert. Because of this, she has unique abilities suited to her field.
- Professional-level athleticism: Go Go is physically fit; according to tie-in material, she is a triathlete and participates in a number of sports, including kickboxing and ultimate frisbee.
- Expert driving skills: Go Go is a resourceful and adaptive driver on any vehicle. She was able to ride a bike she created in San Fransokyo Tech to such a degree that she was able to ride it across the lab at high speeds dodging potential hazards. In addition, she was able to maneuver a minivan with sharp focus throughout the streets of nighttime San Fransokyo, even when captured inside a Microbot-composed tunnel.
- Advanced engineering skills: Go Go is highly intelligent and knowledgeable in the field of mechanical engineering and electromagnetism. She strove to create a bike with intense, almost unimaginable speed. She has already made several bikes capable of accomplishing high velocity, though she had yet to perfect one that met her expectations.
With her suit, Go Go achieves a set of speed-based abilities:
- Enhanced Speed: The suit helps Go Go manipulate her velocity to reach speeds faster than a common athlete can achieve. With her mag-lev discs, the high speed can be used for offense as they will make the discs become incredibly cutting, heated and powerful, enabling her to tear through hard objects but only at a proper momentum. Moving at these speeds also allows Go Go to build up enough force to create powerful impacts when colliding with her opponent.
- Enhanced Agility: Go Go's agility is heightened in this form. She can quickly change her form in rapid response, to the point that she can perform complex attacks efficiently.
- Enhanced Reflexes: Go Go can detect dangers faster than an ordinary human can. Thanks to her suit, she can react quick enough to dodge, coordinate and maneuver obstacles with ease.
- Veloci-Shot: A move learned from Karmi's fan-fiction story about Big Hero 6, which allows her to skate up walls.
Go Go's battle suit is based on her science experiment seen during her introduction at the San Fransokyo Institute of Technology. This suit incorporates her bike design and the same electromagnetic wheels to achieve speed.
- Mag-Lev Discs: These discs act as Go Go's shields and offensive weapons. The discs not only act as transportation, but can also be flung to opponents and magnetically return to the suit after hitting their target, causing large damage to the target in the process.
- Wired Discs: Some of her discs have wires inside them, and the discs split open after being thrown, allowing to tangle foes.
- Hoverdisc: Go Go received this disc to go with her Ultra armor. The disc itself is initially the size of her normal discs, but it can expand to become a platform Go Go can ride on and hover through the air. It also allows Go Go to spin in the air like a cyclone.
- Hyper-cycle: A sleek motorcycle that combines the mechanics of Go Go's discs with Go Go's racing skills. It has traction on all surfaces, allowing it to scale buildings. The vehicle comes equipped with a targeting system that fires a disruptor capable of short-circuiting any vehicle it hits.
- Motorcycle: She has a motorcycle that she rides to go to Muirahara Woods for bird-watching
- Pocket knife: A small knife which Go Go owns. She used it in "Muirahara Woods" to release Hiro and Fred from a net.
Go Go has used different armored suits on special occasions.
- Super Armor: The first armor she was given when she first became a member of Big Hero 6.
- Forest Armor: She created an armor with wood and forest items to save Hiro, Baymax, and Fred from Ned Ludd.
- Ultra Armor: Hiro made an upgraded titanium armor that closely resembled her original one, but was silver and had some yellow trimming. In Season 2, this armor is repainted, where the silver and dark gray parts are now yellow and black, respectively.
- Submarine Armor: Hiro designed an underwater armor for Go Go sometime after creating one for himself and another for Baymax. The gauntlets are equipped with jet propulsion engines in lieu of Go Go's discs from her regular suit.
Welcome to the nerd lab.
|―Go Go, meeting Hiro for the first time|
One night at the university, Go Go barrels into the Ito Ishioka Robotics Lab on a maglev suspended bike, offering a brisk "heads up" to Hiro as she tears past him through the entrance. Seemingly heedless of anything else, she wastes no time dismounting and hanging up her bike for immediate refining, not even wasting time to remove her helmet until she spots an impressed Hiro appreciating her work. After Tadashi introduces Hiro as his brother, she gives him a snarky and plain-faced greeting, saying, "Welcome to the Nerd Lab," insinuating she had heard the nickname Hiro gave the robotics lab on his way in or had known about it beforehand.
Go Go is next seen helping Hiro prepare for his presentation at SFIT by hauling in a bin of his microbots. After his success, she joins her friends in congratulating him before leaving to give him and Tadashi some time alone to talk. Shortly afterward, a raging fire starts in the university and Tadashi is killed trying to save Professor Callaghan. She and her friends are present at the Hamada household comforting the mourning family on the day of the funeral and they made heartfelt efforts to reach out to Hiro after he neglected to attend classes.
Despite her failed attempts to reach out to Hiro, she and her friends spot him and Baymax running through an alley at night. After catching up to them in Wasabi's car, she notices Baymax's gear and asks Hiro why he is dressed up in what she refers to as "carbon fiber underpants." Amongst other questions and chatter, Hiro breaks in and insists for her and their friends' safety that they should not be there. Suddenly, Yokai appears and throws a storage crate on top of them. They are saved by Baymax and the team takes off towards the car. Hiro stays with Baymax in order to confront Yokai, but Go Go grabs his arm and pulls him with her before shoving him into the car with everyone else, saving his life. Taken aback, Hiro asks her what she is doing and she responds aggressively that she was saving his life. Hiro assures her that Baymax could handle the threat, but without his guidance, the robot is unsurprisingly dealt with and immediately crashes into the hood of the car. Wasabi peels off in an attempt to lose their pursuer but stops at a red light in an attempt to abide by the law. Instantly furious, Go Go incredulously asks Wasabi why he has stopped before screaming that "there are no red lights in a car chase" and later, after he takes the time to put his signal light on, finds her patience utterly broken and forces the wheel away from him. Sticking her gum to the dashboard, she takes control of the vehicle and leads Yokai on a wild car chase, actually managing to lose him from time to time. However, before she knows it, she finds herself barreling towards the edge of a broken road and drives the team right off the ledge and into the San Fransokyo Bay.
Thanks to Baymax, the team survives as he sheds his armor and floats them to the top. Cold and wet, Fred leads them to a mansion that he reveals to be his house. Hearing this, Go Go sarcastically remarks she thought he lived under a bridge. After using Baymax to warm up, Go Go and the team listens to Fred as he dramatically reveals that he believes Alistair Krei is the masked man who was chasing them. Baymax then chimes in, revealing that he scanned the man while they were escaping earlier. Sardonically, Go Go states that even with Baymax's scanner, he'd have to scan everyone in the city until they found a match. Hiro disagrees, opting instead for the simpler solution of upgrading Baymax's scanner. He then doubles back, saying that if they were really going to try and catch Yokai, all of them would need to be "upgraded." While eager to help, Wasabi and Honey Lemon voiced their worries about the situation they would be getting themselves into, but the fearless Go Go stands with Hiro and puts her trust in him, reminding everyone that Tadashi was their best friend. One by one her friends come around and the team Big Hero 6 is born.
Hiro builds each member a specialized suit with unique abilities based off of their latest projects from school. As such, Go Go's battle-suit is accompanied by electromagnetic discs, capable of causing great damage when thrown to a specific target. Being magnetic, the suit also summons the discs back to the armor immediately after coming to contact with the specific target. Not only that, Go Go can also use the wheels located on her heels to move about with tremendous speed and velocity. Though it takes her a while, Go Go, like the rest of the members, eventually masters her suit's abilities. The group sets off to an abandoned island, where Baymax has tracked Yokai's whereabouts through body temperatures and other health-related attributes. Once they arrive, they stumble across an abandoned, sealed off facility, which was once used by Alistair Krei to build and showcase his latest invention; a teleportation portal. After a disastrous incident resulting in the supposed death of the test pilot, Abigail, the facility was shut down.
This leads the team to believe Krei is the one responsible for the theft of Hiro's Microbots and that he is trying to rebuild his portal. Just then, Yokai arrives and makes another attempt to exterminate the team. They successfully escape his attacks and the battle ensues. Whilst Fred and Wasabi are taken down easily, Go Go proves to be a challenge for the masked villain and the two engage in personal combat. Throughout the fight, Go Go tries to use her discs to unmask Yokai, but he successfully manages to keep his identity in check until Hiro intervenes. Once unmasked, Yokai is revealed to be Professor Callaghan. Callaghan revealed he used Hiro's Microbots to survive the fire, and when Hiro explains that Tadashi had died as a result of his actions, Callaghan coldly retorts by blaming Tadashi for his own demise. This leads Hiro to order Baymax to murder Callaghan, blinded by fury. Go Go is the first to jump into action, fending off a mindless Baymax to save Callaghan's life. Wasabi and Fred assist as well and in the mix of the chaos, Callaghan escapes. Fortunately, Honey is able to restore Baymax's original programming, to bring the kind bot back to his senses.
Immediately after the incident, Hiro scolds the team for letting Callaghan escape, but Go Go scolds Hiro in return. Calling him out for his murderous actions, the team agreed they never intended to kill Callaghan, rather, bring him to justice. Hiro fails to listen, completely blinded by the memories of Tadashi's death, and leaves the scene with Baymax, abandoning Go Go and the others on the island. Fortunately, Heathcliff is able to return them to San Fransokyo on the family's helicopter, and the team heads to Hiro's home.
Understanding his actions were only out of despair and he apologizes for his anger blinding him, Go Go comforts the boy with a hug, promising to take down Callaghan no matter what and the team forgives him, Honey then shows Hiro a recording they found back on the island, which reveals Abigail was actually Callaghan's daughter, and his motives are driven by revenge on Alistair Krei. With this new knowledge, the team sets out to Krei's showcase where Callaghan attacks and reveals his plot to destroy both Krei and everything he holds dear to his heart. The team arrives in the nick of time, and a battle ensues. Annoyed by their interference, Callaghan makes another attempt of disposing of the young heroes, imprisoning Go Go in a metallic bubble made of Microbots, slowly enclosing the space in hopes of crushing her to death. With the rest of the team set to suffer similar fates, they call out to Hiro for help. The young boy, remembering the wise words of Tadashi, advises the group to use their brains to figure a way out. Go Go comes up with the idea of using her intense speed to free herself, which she manages to do so, successfully. Once she does, she and the others head to the Microbots, using their abilities to destroy them, thus, disarming Callaghan's ultimate source of power.
Once they managed this, Callaghan is apprehended and the machine is taken down but on the verge of exploding. The team, along with Krei and Callaghan, begin to retreat, but Baymax senses life within the portal (Abigail), and he and Hiro set out to rescue the civilian. Later, Hiro returns with Abigail but sadly reveals that Baymax had sacrificed his life to get them out of the unstable portal. The team leaves the scene with Callaghan suffering time in prison for his crimes. Afterwards, they are praised for their heroic efforts, though their identities remain a mystery to the public. Even so, they continue to spend time together, forming close bonds with Hiro.
At the school, Hiro is taken on a tour for his first class day, then after discovering Baymax's programming chip survived the distraction, Hiro is able to recreate the lovable robot. Meanwhile, Fred tries convincing Wasabi, Go Go and Honey Lemon into being superheroes once more, but Go Go refuses by saying it was a one-time thing, and that supervillains do not actually exist. Still, the four of them go out for night patrol, and stop a car going at high speed believing it was stolen, only to find out it was a couple rushing to the hospital, so Go Go, Wasabi, and Honey go back frustrated and angry. On the other hand, Baymax's exo-skeleton had fallen into the hands of Mr. Yama, who later captures Hiro and Fred as well when they tried to get the body back. When Go Go, Wasabi, and Honey tried to invite Hiro to go eat at Noodle Burger, Baymax's consciousness in a computer tells them he had gone to Yama's, so the trio gear up and save their friends.
After this, Hiro tells them Yama had blackmailed him into stealing a paperweight from one of their professor's desk, but Hiro got it back and returned it. Fred also thought that now they would really want to continue being superheroes, even coming up with the name "Big Hero 6," but once more they all said no. Still, they had to suit up for battle one more time when they found out that Baymax Clones created by Yama were attacking the city, so they got to the scene and fought the evil robots. Afterward, they go to the SFIT where they meet Hiro and Baymax, who found out that Yama returned for the paperweight. The team then have to stop a train over-charged with energy from the mysterious paperweight and after succeeding, the team decides it is best to look out for the people of San Fransokyo, thus reforming their superhero team and officially becoming Big Hero 6.
- Tamago - Tomago is a corrupted version of the word "tamago", which is Japanese for "egg". This comes from the original comic series in which her armor granted her the ability to roll up into a sphere (or egg) and attack foes.
- Originally in Marvel Comics, Leiko Tanaka was a Japanese street criminal who was part of a motorcycle gang. After being arrested, she agreed to a deal with Japan's Ministry of Defense and was released in exchange for test piloting an experimental exosuit titled Go-Go Tomago. To avoid going back to jail, she redeemed herself and joined the superhero team Big Hero 6 with the Go-Go Tomago suit, adopting the armor's name as her own codename.
- The 2013 Rotoscopers video and early development stages of the film plot depicted Go Go as a very cynical character, more akin to her counterpart: she was insanely jealous of Honey Lemon because she thought her fashions were due to boys and attention-seeking and did not approve of Hiro ordering her what to do when they formed Big Hero 6 because she always wanted to be number 1.
- Although in Marvel Comics her real name is Leiko Tanaka, the real name of her "current version" is never revealed, so fans unofficially refer to her as "Ethel" as per suggestion by her voice actress.
- Go Go took a cue from The Rocketeer with placing gum on a vehicle for good luck.
- In Big Hero 6: The Series, Go Go's eyeshadow is inconsistent, as it is sometimes visible in sizes that differ, having some scenes in which it's missing, and episodes in which it's entirely removed.
|Big Hero 6: The Series - Shorts|
|1. "Baymax and Fred":||Absent||4. "Baymax and Hiro":||Absent|
|2. "Baymax and Go Go":||Appears||5. "Baymax and Mochi":||Absent|
|3. "Baymax and Wasabi":||Absent||6. "Baymax and Honey Lemon":||Absent|
|1. "Baymax Dreams of Evil Sheep":||Absent||4. "Baymax Dreams of Mochizilla:":||Absent|
|2. "Baymax Dreams of Bed Bugs":||Absent||5. "Baymax Dreams of Too Many Freds":||Absent|
|3. "Baymax Dreams of Too Many Baymaxes":||Absent||6. "Baymax Dreams of Fred's Glitch":||Absent|
|Big Chibi 6|
|1. "Making Popcorn":||Appears||7. "Love Letters":||Absent|
|2. "Mochi No!":||Absent||8. "Super Charged":||Appears|
|3. "Save Mochi":||Absent||9. "Low Battery":||Appears|
|4. "Noodle Song":||Appears||10. "Road Trip":||Appears|
|5. "Snoring":||Appears||11. "Super Driver":||Appears|
|6. "Gumball Trouble":||Appears||12. "Brunch Rush":||Appears|
|Baymax and Mochi|
|1. "Flowers and Butterflies":||Absent||3. "Messy Room":||Absent|
|2. "Mochi and his Toy":||Absent|
|Big Hero 6: The Series - Season 1|
|1-2. "Baymax Returns":||Appears||13. "Small Hiro One":||Appears|
|3. "Issue 188":||Appears||14. "Kentucky Kaiju":||Appears|
|4. "Big Roommates 2":||Appears||15. "Rivalry Weak":||Appears|
|5. "Fred's Bro-Tillion":||Appears||16. "Fan Friction":||Appears|
|6. "Food Fight":||Appears||17. "Mini-Max":||Appears|
|7. "Muirahara Woods":||Appears||18. "Big Hero 7":||Appears|
|8. "Failure Mode":||Appears||19. "Big Problem":||Appears|
|9. "Aunt Cass Goes Out":||Appears||20. "Steamer's Revenge":||Appears|
|10. "The Impatient Patient":||Appears||21. "The Bot-Fighter":||Appears|
|11. "Mr. Sparkles Loses His Sparkle":||Appears||22. "Obake Yashiki":||Appears|
|12. "Killer App":||Appears||23-25. "Countdown to Catastrophe":||Appears|
|Big Hero 6: The Series - Season 2|
|1. "Internabout":||Appears||14. "Mini-Maximum Trouble":||Appears|
|2. "Seventh Wheel":||Appears||15. "El Fuego":||Appears|
|3. "Prey Date":||Appears||16. "The Globby Within":||Appears|
|4. "Something's Fishy":||Appears||17. "Hardlight":||Appears|
|5. "Nega-Globby":||Appears||18. "The Present":||Appears|
|6. "The Fate of the Roommates":||Appears||19. "Hiro The Villain":||Appears|
|7. "Muira-Horror!":||Appears||20. "Portal Enemy":||Appears|
|8. "Something Fluffy":||Appears||21. "Fred the Fugitive":||Appears|
|9. "Supersonic Sue":||Appears||22. "Major Blast":||Appears|
|10. "Lie Detector":||Appears||23. "Fear Not":||Appears|
|11. "Write Turn Here":||Appears||24-25. "Legacies":||Appears|
|12-13. "City of Monsters":||Appears|
|Big Hero 6: The Series - Season 3|
|1. "The Hyper-Potamus Pizza-Party-Torium":||Appears||6A. "Big Hero Battle":||Appears|
|6B. "Go Go the Woweroo":||Appears|
|2A. "Mayor for a Day":||Appears||7A. "The New Nega-Globby":||Appears|
|2B. "The Dog Craze of Summer":||Appears||7B. "De-Based":||Appears|
|3A. "Trading Chips":||Absent||8A. "The MiSFIT":||Pictured|
|3B. "Mini Noodle Burger Max":||Appears||8B. "Return to Sycorax":||Absent|
|4A. "A Friendly Face":||Appears||9A. "A Fresh Sparkles":||Appears|
|4B. "Big Chibi 6":||Appears||9B. "Noodle Burger Ploy":||Appears|
|5A. "Cobra and Mongoose":||Absent||10A. "Krei-oke Night":||Appears|
|5B. "Better Off Fred":||Appears||10B. "The Mascot Upshot":||Appears|