|—"We've Got Fleas"|
Mikayla is yellow, has two white claws on each of her four yellow paws, has greenish yellow legs, sharp pink stegosaurus-like spikes on her back, a yellow tail that is an electrical cord, a toothy grin in the shape of the letter v, and white semicircle eyes that have black pupils, the same color as her brothers Ernesto, Darrell, and Jethro. She is described as a lizard/monkey/big cat/scorpion chimera.
Mikayla is known to be animalistic. She walks on all fours and so far is only able to say her first name, like her brother Jethro. However, unlike Jethro, she also communicates through grunts, whimpers, moans and other various noises.
Despite her feral appearance, Mikayla is kind and courteous when acting on her personal time and enjoys hobbies such as creating costumes, as shown in "We've Got Fleas". This episode also showed us that Mikayla secretly wants to be a human, and hangs out at conventions where animals dressed up like humans.
Mikayla's relationship with her father, Lord Boxman, has not been explored in the show yet. However, she seems to get along with her siblings, as she was seen playing with her older sister Shannon in "The Power Is Yours!" and participated in a game of "Golden Statues" in "Villains' Night In".
The other robots tend to treat Mikayla more like a pet than a sibling.
Abilities and Powers
Mikayla is swift and agile. She has been seen to be clever, as she was able to manipulate Rad's levitation beam by thrashing in an unpredictable manner. Her claws are also incredibly sharp and can be used swiftly. She can use her electric plug tail to shock, like a scorpion.
Episode and Game Appearances
|Pilot & Shorts|
|0. "Lakewood Plaza Turbo":||Debut||7. "Rad Cries":||Absent|
|1. "KO":||Absent||8. "Rad's Van":||Absent|
|2. "Enid":||Absent||9. "Commercial":||Absent|
|3. "Rad":||Absent||10. "Power-Up!!!":||Absent|
|4. "Carol":||Absent||11. "Dendy":||Absent|
|5. "Enid's Bad Day":||Absent||12. "Boxmore Infomercial":||Absent|
|6. "Barrels and Crates":||Absent||13. "Let's Do It Together!":||Absent|
|55. "Seasons Change":||Absent||67. "Special Delivery":||Absent|
|56. "Lord Cowboy Darrell":||Appears||68. "Wisdom, Strength, and Charisma":||Absent|
|57. "Plaza Film Festival":||Video||69. "Bittersweet Rivals":||Absent|
|58. "Be a Team":||Absent||70. "Are You Ready for Some Megafootball?!":||Absent|
|59. "My Fair Carol":||Absent||71. "Mystery Sleepover":||Absent|
|60. "Let's Watch the Boxmore Show":||Background||72. "Final Exams":||Absent|
|61. "Your World is an Illusion":||Absent||73. "Soda Genie":||Absent|
|62. "The So-Bad-ical":||Absent||74. "CarolQuest":||Absent|
|63. "Point to the Plaza":||Absent||75. "Boxman Crashes":||Absent|
|64. "TKO's House":||Absent||76. "Monster Party":||Absent|
|65. "Red Action to the Future":||Absent||77. "Crossover Nexus":||Absent|
|66. "Dendy's Power":||Absent||78. "Super Black Friday":||Unknown|
|OK K.O.! Lakewood Plaza Turbo:||Appears||OK K.O.! Let's Play Heroes:||Appears|
|Parking Lot Wars:||Absent||Dynamite's Action News:||Absent|
- Mikayla is the sixth robot introduced to the cast, the last robot that made their debut before her being Raymond.
- Mikayla wishes to be human and she belongs to an unnamed human-based subculture as seen in "We've Got Fleas".
- She is the only Boxmore robot so far that is able to separate both their work and personal time mentality. Mikayla being feral, mean and harsh to the bodega employees on work time, and kind, polite and shy with no ill-will towards the bodega employees on her personal time.
- According to her concept art, Mikayla is super clumsy on her legs when trying to stand.
- In the OK K.O.! Lakewood Plaza Turbo mobile game, the original design of Mikayla appears while K.O. and Dendy are in their buggy, where Mikayla has a jetpack and attempts to throw a Sara bomb at them.
- Her color pallet matches Sara's rather than the color palette she uses currently, which is not surprising since robots who share a sprite in this game appear to have the same color pallet.
- She and Raymond are the only Boxbots to not be shown as babies when the Boxbot babies were introduced in "Lad & Logic", since they both didn't appear in the episode.