Netflix’s One Piece live-action series is bringing in the anime’s numerical spy organization Baroque Works.

The live-action series has cast Camrus Johnson, best known as Luke Fox from Batwoman, as the explosive Mr. 5. His power comes from eating the Bomb Bomb Fruit. He can create explosions from any part of his body, including any bodily secretions–his go-to bombs are ones he creates from his nasal mucus. He is also immune to any explosions.

Who knows if they will change exactly how he creates his bombs, because creating explosive snot-bombs is a little off-putting. But regardless, he is partnered with Miss Valentine, whose powers come from the Kilo-Kilo Fruit, allowing her to manipulate her weight. She will be played by Warrior star Jazzara Jaslyn.

David Dastmalachian, best known from his recent turn in Late Night With the Devil, will play Mr. 3, who ate the Wax-Wax Fruit and can generate candle wax from his body. He uses the wax to create sculptures, structures and weapons that can harm individuals. He can also exist as a human candle, with his hair creating a flaming wick.

Raised by Wolves star Daniel Lasker will play Mr. 9. He’s one of the few Baroque Works members who hasn’t eaten a Devil Fruit, but he’s still dangerous thanks to his acrobatics and usage of metal bats as weapons. His Baroque Works partner is Miss Wednesday, who has a much more involved backstory that plays a large role in the Baroque Works/Alabasta Kingdom saga in the manga and anime.

The series stars Iñaki Godoy as lead character Monkey D. Luffy, a young man who wants to become King of the Pirates and find the legendary One Piece treasure in a fantastical world in which pirates rule the seas. The series also stars Emily Rudd, Jacob Romero, Mackenyu and Taz Skylar as Nami, Usopp, Roronoa Zoro and Sanji, respectively, the crew making up Luffy’s Straw Hat Pirates crew.

Season One of One Piece became one of Netflix’s biggest hits and one of the few–if only–Netflix adaptations that succeeded well enough to earn multiple seasons. Fans of the manga and anime have praised the series for its faithfulness to the source material, especially since manga and anime creator Eiichiro Oda serves as executive producer and handpicked each of the actors portraying the Straw Hats.