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Encyclopedia > Minor villains in Sonic the Hedgehog (comic series)

This articles is for minor villains from the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise, appearing in the spin-off comic book published by Archie Comics. The Sonic the Hedgehog series is a franchise of video games released by Sega starring and named after its mascot character Sonic the Hedgehog. ... Most of the main cast of Sonic the Hedgehog, seen here on the cover of the 125th issue published by Archie Comics Sonic the Hedgehog is an ongoing series of American comic books published by Archie Comics, featuring Segas mascot video game character Sonic. ... Archie Comics is an American comic book publisher known for its many series featuring the fictional teenage Archie Andrews, Betty Cooper, Veronica Lodge, Reggie Mantle and Forsythe Jughead Jones characters created by Bob Montana. ...


For other characters from this continuity, see Minor characters in Sonic the Hedgehog (comic series), and for villains in other Sonic the Hedgehog continuities, see Minor villains in Sonic the Hedgehog. For villains who appear both in this continuity and the cartoon of the same name, see List of characters in Sonic the Hedgehog. This article is for minor characters that appear exclusively in the story lines of the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series. ... In the fictional universes of the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games, there are a significant number of villains present. ... Sonic the Hedgehog is an American animated television series created by DiC, also known as SatAM because it was originally aired in the United States on a Saturday morning slot. ... This article lists all the fictional characters featured in the Sonic the Hedgehog cartoon series. ...

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SWATbots

A Swatbot
For information on the SWATbots as they appear in Sonic SatAM and Sonic Underground, visit this page.

In the early days after his takeover of Mobotropolis, Dr. Robotnik employed SWATbots as his main labor and military force. While Robotnik would usually use various badniks (such as burrowbots or buzzbombers) for engagements against the Freedom Fighters, SWATbots were used more frequently for recon, patrol and labor, as well as roboticizing Mobians. While usually proving to be unintelligent by normal standards, a SWATbot did develop a "Krudzu" - a mechanical plant which rapidly grew and spread. Krudzu nearly destroyed the Great Forest, until a thunderstorm destroyed them. SWATbots are also dangerous in large groups, going so far as to capture the Freedom Fighters (bar Sonic and Larry Lynx) at one point. Unlike the version featured in the TV show, Archie's versions of SWATbots are white and silver in colour. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Sonic the Hedgehog is an American animated television series created by DiC, also known as SatAM because it was originally aired in the United States on a Saturday morning slot. ... Sonic Underground is an animated television series that follows the adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog and his siblings, pink hedgehog Sonia and green-hued Manic. ... This article lists all the fictional characters featured in the Sonic the Hedgehog cartoon series. ... Mobotropolis is the fictional capital city of the equally fictious planet Mobius. ... Dr. Robotnik is the primary villain in the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. ... // Freedom Fighters are characters in several of the Sonic the Hedgehog fictional universes. ... Sonic the Hedgehog is a fictional character and leading superhero in the self-titled comic book series. ... In the Sonic the Hedgehog cartoon and comic series, there are several characters who serve in divisions of the Freedom Fighters. ...


After Ivo Robotnik's demise (caused by his nephew Snively), he was replaced by Dr. Eggman - a version of himself from an alternate universe. When Eggman retook control of Robotropolis from the Mobians, he began to employ his own form of SWATbots, called "Shadowbots" (or "SWATbot Mk IIs"). These forms are much larger and bulkier, and carry a larger arsenal. Shadowbots usually sport a dark metallic blue color. Snively Robotnik is a fictional character from the Sonic the Hedgehog universe. ... Dr. Robotnik is the primary villain in the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. ... A parallel universe, also sometimes called an alternate universe, is a hypothetical universe which exists separately from our own. ...


Shortly after the destruction of A.D.A.M., Eggman seemed to stop using Shadowbots and instead began to construct a new series of robots, similar in design to the Egg Pawn series seen in the game Sonic Heroes. This is perhaps due to the fact A.D.A.M. controlled the Shadowbots, and after his subsequent death, they could no longer function. However, it appears that he still uses the older model SWATbots as scout units, as shown by the squad that first encountered Blaze the Cat when she arrived on the outskirts of Knothole. A.D.A.M. is a fictional artificial intelligence and antagonist from the Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics. ... ... Sonic Heroes ) is a video game in the Sonic the Hedgehog series. ... Blaze the Cat ) is a fictional character in the Sonic the Hedgehog series, created by Sonic Team and owned by Sega, who made her debut in the Nintendo DS video game, Sonic Rush. ... Short for Knothole Village in the beloved series, Sonic the Hedgehog (SatAM) ...


Combots

The Combots are superior versions of the SWATbot model. Far more intelligent and capable of camouflage, they are the ultimate military robots. Many are in service to Crocbot, the sub-boss of Downunda. They despise the inferior SWATbots, one of the few signs of open intelligence among Robotnik's robot army. In the 'Spin City' short comic, it was shown that at least some Combots were equipped with a bomb in their head which detonated shortly after the Combot was decapitated, possibly as a last-ditch means to try to take out the robot's assailant.

The Combots is possibly named after Combot from Tekken 4.

Combot is a character in the Tekken fighting game series. ... Tekken 4 is the fifth installment in the Tekken video game franchise, and was the second in the Tekken series for the PlayStation 2. ...

Dynamac 3000

A highly adaptable robot model, the Dynamac 3000 can transform to fit any given situation. As such, it is the ultimate unit of the SWATbot class. The Dynamac model is so powerful that the only way to defeat it is by shorting it out through a massive electric shock. One Dynamac 3000 was dispatched by Robotnik to serve as sub-boss of the western sector of the Knothole continent, but it was destroyed by the Freedom Fighters before any permanent harm was done. The Freedom Fighters encountered a second one of these machines when scouting out Robotropolis after Robotnik's defeat. This one however was being remotely controlled by Snively from a hidden alcove nearby. The Freedom Fighters promptly defeated it, and captured Snively. Snively Robotnik is a fictional character from the Sonic the Hedgehog universe. ...


Auto Automatons

A series of androids created by Dr. Robotnik, the Auto Automatons were first designed for espionage purposes. The Auto Automatons were intended to be exact duplicates of the Freedom Fighters, thus enabling them to replace their biological counterparts. He first put these to use against Sally Acorn, but her efforts and those of King Acorn's Secret Service commander Geoffrey St. John put an end to that batch. King Acorn was later replaced with an Auto-Automaton, who ordered Sonic arrested and all Robians disassembled before he was finally exposed as a fake and destroyed. This article does not cite any references or sources. ... // Freedom Fighters are characters in several of the Sonic the Hedgehog fictional universes. ... Princess Sally (or Sally Acorn) is a fictional character appearing in the Sonic the Hedgehog cartoons in 1994 and Archie comics. ... King Acorns Secret Service is an organization from the Archie Comics Sonic the Hedgehog storyline. ... King Maximillian Acorn, as he appeared in the SatAM cartoon. ...


The Auto Automatons were discarded as faulty, given that the materials that made them so lifelike made them so susceptible to rust that they would become useless within seconds of touching water. However, Robotnik made use of one last such Automaton, a duplicate of Fiona Fox. Created several years before Robotnik put it to use, it still had the appearance of a younger Fiona. Robotnik tested the robot Fiona's effectiveness by pretending to capture her while Miles "Tails" Prower watched. Tails "saved" Fiona and quickly fell in love with her, only to be betrayed when Robotnik ordered the robot to attack Tails. The materials that made the robot appear so lifelike were also unusually susceptible to rust, and as Tails struggled with "Fiona" the robot was drenched with water and quickly rusted solid. Tails mourned the robot Fiona as his first love, not knowing that it had been based on a real person now several years older than him. Fiona's android self reciprocated Tails' feelings for her, but their relationship was put to an end by her deactivation. While she was acting on Dr. Robotnik's orders, she clearly cared for Tails. Unfortunately, her attachment led her to want him subjected to Roboticization so they could be together. Tails' own feelings were so strong that he bid farewell to her. As he left, a single tear fell from the eye of the rusted android. Fiona Fox is a main character in the Sonic the Hedgehog comic book series by Archie comics. ... In the Archie Comics, Tails is one of the many inhabitants of the planet Mobius. ... In the world of Sonic the Hedgehog, Roboticization is a name used to describe the process that the evil Dr. Robotnik uses to transform the anthropomorphic animals of Mobius into robotic slaves. ...


Later models were produced following Robotnik Prime's death, and were being mass constructed for some purpose. However, these Auto Automatons proved unable to defeat the Freedom Fighters, despite such duplicates of Sally and Sonic being deployed against them. A later scheme by Eggman involved placing scanners inside slot machines in a Station Square casino, enabling Eggman to copy their data and produce duplicates. Fortunately, this scheme was thwarted by the Chaotix and Rouge the Bat. Sonic the Hedgehog is the lead character in the self-titled comic book series. ... Three of its members as seen in Sonic Heroes. ... Rouge the Bat ) is a video game character in the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series, who is a determined treasure hunter and part-time government agent who plans to make all the gems and treasures of the world hers. ...


Similar to the Auto Automatons was an android created by Robotnik in SatAM. This android was created to resemble Sally down to the finest detail, and was also programmed with a copy of her personality. However, lacking her true memories, the pseudo-Sally was unable to fool Tails when she didn't know a story to read and do the "scary witch voice". She was then exposed later during another reconnaissance mission, and reprogrammed by the Freedom Fighters to serve their purposes. As a final act, Sonic replaced the real Sally with the fake, causing the Roboticizer to overload. Mixed reconnaissance patrol of the Polish Home Army and the Soviet Red Army during Operation Tempest, 1944 Reconnaissance is the military term for the active gathering of information about an enemy, or other conditions, by physical observation. ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ...


All Auto Automatons were equipped with abilities beyond those of ordinary Mobians. Sally's robotic double from SatAM was also able to fire bolts of energy and a sludge-like substance known as Mega-Muck (which is mentioned by Uncle Chuck as being roughly equal parts petroleum, quicksand, and clay mud) from her fingertips. Mobians are the fictional inhabitants of the planet Mobius from the various Sonic the Hedgehog continuities. ... SLUDGE (Scripting Language for Unhindered Development of a Gaming Environment) is a shareware adventure game engine developed by Hungry Software. ... This article lists all the fictional characters featured in the Sonic the Hedgehog cartoon series. ... Pumpjack pumping an oil well near Lubbock, Texas Ignacy Łukasiewicz - inventor of the refining of kerosene from crude oil. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... The Gay Head cliffs in Marthas Vineyard are made almost entirely of clay. ...


Bark the Polar Bear

Main article: Bark the Polar Bear

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Bean the Dynamite

Main article: Bean the Dynamite

Bean the Dynamite is a fictional character in the Sonic the Hedgehog video game Sonic the Fighters, also known in North America and Europe as Sonic Championship. ...

BeeJay McThing

Blackjack

Car-Heem

A collector and scientist who travels the galaxy looking for specimens of species, Car-Heem is one of the red-eyed, silvery blue-armored giants of the Planet Weeet. During his travels, Car-Heem ended up on Mobius, where he broke up a battle between Dr. Robotnik and the Freedom Fighters and pulled them all up to his ship for study. Far from having any moral issues with the abduction, Car-Heem felt that he was in the right and that his captives were all inferior races. He also was fascinated by the interdependent attitude of the Freedom Fighters, which they displayed more than the normal amount of by claiming that Robotnik was one of them, because his species was trained to live alone in space.


Trapped in Car-Heem's observation tank, which he had modified to duplicate the appearance and qualities of the Great Forest, the Freedom Fighters and Robotnik were forced to join forces to escape. Robotnik, much to his dismay, was forced to act the part of a Freedom Fighter in order to fool Car-Heem. Concocting a plan to trick Car-Heem into opening the tank, Sonic played dead while the Freedom Fighters boarded a vehicle Robotnik had constructed. When Car-Heem opened the tank, Sonic ran inside his large uniform and began running around to distract him. Robotnik, unfortunately, proved himself to be as evil as ever, opening the ship's door to send Car-Heem and Sonic into space.


Fortunately, Car-Heem and Sonic were protected by Car-Heem's uniform, and Rotor the Walrus was able to save them both using the same umbilical vacuum that Car-Heem had used to capture the Mobians. Grateful to the Freedom Fighters for saving his life, Car-Heem turned over a new leaf and promised to change his ways and collect only non-living things. He also admitted that he had proven himself an "inferior lifeform" by treating species different from his own as though they were insects by comparison. Car-Heem returned the Freedom Fighters and Robotnik to Mobius before setting out in search of new items for his collection-in a nod to the series, he suggested that he would seek out "intergalactic comic books." Rotor the Walrus is a fictional character and a protagonist from the Sonic the Hedgehog animated series, as well as the ongoing comic book series Sonic the Hedgehog, both based on the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games. ... Grays Fig. ...


During A.D.A.M.'s gathering of all the Chaos Emeralds in the galaxy, it was revealed that Planet Weeet is home to the Cyan Emeralds, all of which were brought to Mobius and then transported to the Zone of Silence and combined into a single gem. A.D.A.M. is a fictional artificial intelligence and antagonist from the Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ...


Carl, Jeff, and Konor

A trio of Weasels who worked for Nack the Weasel. Carl, Jeff, and Konor joined Nack in his kidnapping of Sally Acorn, holding her hostage in hopes of getting a ransom for her safe return. However, the gang was thwarted by Sally's ingenuity in fooling their leader and by the subsequent arrival of the other Freedom Fighters. All four Weasels were arrested, but when Nack was next seen, Carl and the others were nowhere to be seen. Following another escape from prison coinciding with that of the Destructix, Nack apparently decided to poison his old lackeys to make sure that no loose ends remained.


Crocbot

Either a Roboticized Mobian crocodile or a robot fashioned after one, Crocbot is Robotnik's sub-boss in Downunda. Possibly the most malign of all of Robotnik's lieutenants, Crocbot is perhaps the strongest and most dangerous as well.


Showing unprecedented ambition for a machine, Crocbot planned to overthrow Robotnik and rule Mobius himself. His most frequent foes are the Downunda Freedom Fighters and Tails, who teamed up to deliver his first decisive defeat. During this battle, Crocbot became fused to his tank, leaving him with tank treads in the place of legs, and was eventually thrown into the Downunda crater. It was later revealed that Crocbot survived, building a prison camp in the crater. Backed by an army of Combots, he sought to regain control of the continent, only to be defeated once again. His lower half completely destroyed during this conflict, Crocbot tried another scheme, using a mind control chip to brainwash one of the Downunda Freedom Fighters. Fortunately, Sonic and Tails soon showed up, hunting Ixis Naugus, and put an end to Crocbot's reign of terror. Crocbot's remains were shipped to Robotropolis, only to be apprehended by Snively's team of escaped convicts. Crocbot later returned, having been merged together with fellow sub-boss Octobot to form Croctobot. In the Sonic the Hedgehog cartoon and comic series, there are several characters who serve in divisions of the Freedom Fighters. ... In the fictional universe of Sonic the Hedgehog, Ixis Naugus (voiced by Michael Bell and Tim Curry) is a famed sorcerer who was known for creating the mysterious Void. He first appeared in the SatAM cartoon show (and would have become a more important villain had the show not been... Snively Robotnik is a fictional character from the Sonic the Hedgehog universe. ...


Crocbot is scheming and manipulative, a brutal commander whose intelligence is only exceeded by his hatred for Tails. Incredibly vain, he was infuriated when he was fused to his tank by an explosion.


Croctobot

After numerous defeats at the hands of Tails, Crocbot and Octobot were fused together. Now known as Croctobot, they were sent to crash Sonic's birthday party. Upon seeing the robot, Sonic managed to laugh himself into submission, describing the new enemy as the 'lamest badnik ever'. Meanwhile, Scourge the Hedgehog and Rouge the Bat used Chaos Control to teleport to the party using the Master Emerald. In a rare team-up Sonic, Scourge, and Shadow the Hedgehog destroyed Croctobot. Despite Shadow having expressed an allegiance with Robotnik, he remained idle and complacent as Croctobot threatened Sonic and intended to report Shadow as a traitor (prior to his destruction by the three hedgehogs) to Robotnik for his apparent inaction - the cause of said inaction most likely attributed to Shadow's expressed gratitude and thanks towards Sonic for having saved Hope Kintobor's life earlier. Scourge the Hedgehog (originally known as Evil Sonic) is a recurring villain found only in the Archie Comics series. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The Master Emerald is a large, green, fictional emerald depicted in the Sonic the Hedgehog video games, cartoons and comic book series. ... This article is about the video game character. ...


Croctobot's body was essentially Crocbot's salvaged upper body attached to the top of Octobot's head. This equipped Croctobot with sharp claws and tentacles, and presumably the ability to fight in the water as well as on land. However, Croctobot seemed somewhat insecure with himself, shouting out bravado and getting extremely angry when insulted by Sonic.


It is unknown why Croctobot did not try to harm Tails, as both Crocbot and Octobot have a deep-seated grudge against him.


Damocles the Elder

Damocles was a dark magician who never truly showed up in the comic. A replica showing a goat in wizard robes was used by Mathias Poe to hide the Sword of Acorns. The replica, which did not do anything but sit there, was destroyed by Knuckles. Sir Connery would later state he had slain Damocles. This article is for minor characters that appear exclusively in the story lines of theSonic the Hedgehog TV Series and comic series of the same name. ...


Dingoes

Gerbil

General Kage

General Kage is a cyborg dingo who worked in Robotnik's Dingo base camp on Angel Island. Half of his right face is mechanical, and so is the left side of his torso. A brutal, ruthless, and savage dingo, he was in charge of the Dingo slave camp and personally interrogated Knuckle's father, Locke the Echidna, in hopes of forcing him to reveal the location of the Master Emerald. Robotnik is the generic Polish word for a worker. ... Angel Island, as seen in Sonic X. Angel Island (formerly called and also known as the Floating Island) is a fictional island floating high in the air in the world of the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series. ... Locke the Echidna is a fictional character from the Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics. ... The Master Emerald is a large, green, fictional emerald depicted in the Sonic the Hedgehog video games, cartoons and comic book series. ...


When Sonic, Knuckles, and the Chaotix invaded Angel Island, General Kage sent his Dingo troops to kill them but they failed and Kage confronted Sonic and Knuckles personally. The two heroes defeated him quite easily and managed to rescue Locke, only to have Kage return for a rematch but ending with ultimately the same results.


After the Dingo base camp was liberated and demolished, it is unknown of General Kage's current whereabouts. Although, Locke recently contacted Knuckles about returning to Angel Island to save his people, and mentioned General Kage and the Dingo army still being a threat. Kage's background is a complete mystery.


Nothing has been stated regarding his connection to Robotnik, General Stryker, or of his existence at all prior to this. Kage has a violent temper and was often easily angered how Sonic and Knuckles treated him so casually and made light of his position as an enemy.


Field Commander Rat

General Stryker

General Stryker is the violent, prideful, and fearsome military leader of the Dingos, who have long been at war with the Echidnas on Angel Island. He is large, beastly, sports a yellow crew cut hair style, and a nasty scar on his right eye. During Knuckles discovery of his grandfather Hawkins machine, the Hyper-wave projector, the dimensional barrier holding the echidnas and dingos started to fade, and each species was slowly returning back to Angel Island on Echidnapolois. Ancient Echidna warriors as seen in Echidnas in the video game, comic book, and television series fiction of Sonic the Hedgehog, are anthropomorphic, dreadlocked animals that stand out from the other humanoid animals. ... Angel Island, as seen in Sonic X. Angel Island (formerly called and also known as the Floating Island) is a fictional island floating high in the air in the world of the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series. ... Knuckles may refer to: the joints of the hand Knuckles the Echidna, the Sega video game character. ...


Stryker had assumed command of the Dingos and amassed his troops to prepare for war once the echidnas reappeared completely. But the Hyper-wave projector was unstable and was causing massive damage all around the city. Knuckles and Julie-Su arrived to confront the general into leaving with the echidnas before the Dingos were killed by the damage from the projector's instability. Julie-Su is a fictional character in the Sonic the Hedgehog series of comic books, released by Archie Comics. ...


Stryker refused and attacked Knuckles with a "power glove", demolishing his office before Knuckles knocked him unconscious. Stryker and the Dingos managed to survive but their homes were destroyed in the process, and Stryker felt the echidnas were being racist towards the dingos by taking such a long time to rebuild the homes. Stryker was briefly seen talking to Harry the cab driver in "the Chaotix caper". 1. ... Three of its members as seen in Sonic Heroes. ...


During a corrupt election, the Dark Legion captured Knuckles, Julie-Su, and Stryker through a cybernetically enhanced legion warrior called Xenin. Stryker was mocked and tortured along with Knuckles and Julie-Su from Dimitri the Echidna, head of the Dark Legion and formerly known as Enerjak. Stryker managed to escape the confines of his prison along with Knuckles and Julie-Su and has not been seen since. A cyber-enhanced solider of the Dark Legion The Dark Legion is a fictional organization from the Sonic the Hedgehog comics. ... Dimitri (also known as Enerjak) serves as the Doctor Eggman/Robotnik-counterpart to Knuckles the Echidna in the fictional universe of the Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics. ...


Stryker is presumed to have been captured or killed by Dr. Robotnik, possible explanation of General Kage's appearance and assuming control of the Dingos on Angel Island. Stryker was often assisted by a Dingo soldier named Gerbil, and strongly felt that the echidnas were prejudiced against the dingos. Dr. Eggman as seen on Sonic X. In Sonic the Hedgehog video games, Doctor Eggman (in modern-day and Japanese versions), or Doctor Ivo Robotnik (early United States and European versions), is the archnemesis of Sonic the Hedgehog. ...


Downtown Ebony Hare

Downtown Ebony Hare was a rabbit, mafia boss appearing in Knuckles comic series (issues 13-15, "The Chaotix Caper"). A hardcore, straight up mobster like character, Ebony Hare rarely fought himself and always operated through his henchmen. Ebony Hare is followed by a muscle bound, slick dressed bulldog named Blackjack, and has a sexy female fox named Foxxy always at his side. He first appeared after longtime Chaotix foe, Renfield T. Rodent reopened an amusement park previously shutdown by Sonic the Hedgehog, Knuckles the Echidna, and the Chaotix. In the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series published by Archie Comics, Knuckles is the eighteenth guardian of the Floating Island. ...


Renfield was selling a highly addictive (and poisoning) sauce on his amusement park's food supply, and Ebony Hare was concerned he was "killing the market". After "convincing" Renfield to make a deal with him, The Chaotix arrived at the amusement park investigating Charmy Bee's friend's death due to the sauce. All of the Chaotix were later hospitalized after tasting sauce except for Julie-Su. She later tried to enter Ebony Hare's gang but failed and was almost killed by being thrown off a building by Blackjack. Charmy Bee ) is a fictional character from the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games and a member of the Chaotix detective team. ... Julie-Su is a fictional character in the Sonic the Hedgehog series of comic books, released by Archie Comics. ...


Ebony Hare was about to close up shop for fear of the Chaotix's visit bringing the police. However the Chaotix had tracked him down anyway along with the assistance of Sgt. Remington and dingo cab driver, Harry. The Chaotix and Remington arrested Blackjack and Foxxy while Ebony Hare was detained by Espio the Chameleon when he tried to kill Julie-Su with a revolver. Downtown Ebony Hare was afterwards seen being hauled away by Remington's Echidna police force in a wagon; he has not been seen since. Espio the Chameleon ) is a fictional character from the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games. ...


EVE (Exceptionally Versatile Evolvanoid)

Sonic convinces E.V.E. that her mission is wrong

E.V.E. was an artificial intelligence created by Dr. Robotnik for the sole purpose of killing Sonic the Hedgehog.[1] In addition to being composed of nanomachines that were able to morph and adapt after each defeat, Dr. Robotnik outfitted E.V.E. with a DNA sample taken from Sonic himself (a quill taken from the hedgehog's hide). These separate DNA patterns were meant to give E.V.E. Robotnik's genius in combination with Sonic's ingenuity. E.V.E.'s original form is that of a state-of-the-art, jetpack-wearing SWATbot, but upon being scrapped by Sonic, it transforms into something suitable to counter Sonic's speed: a giant hornet. Thinking he is being attacked by separate robots, Sonic destroys E.V.E. twice, only for her to revert to a metallic ooze and reshape into a more lethal form. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Sonic the Hedgehog is a fictional character and leading superhero in the self-titled comic book series. ... Sonic the Hedgehog is a fictional character and leading superhero in the self-titled comic book series. ... A mite next to a gear chain produced using nanotechnology Nanotechnology comprises any technological developments on the nanometer scale, usually 0. ... The structure of part of a DNA double helix Deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA, is a nucleic acid molecule that contains the genetic instructions used in the development and functioning of all known living organisms. ... North American Porcupine A spine is a hard, thorny or needle-like structure which occurs on various animals. ... For the game, see Jetpack (computer game). ... This article refers collectively to all true hornets. ...


After wrecking E.V.E.'s second (hornet) form, Sonic goes to confront Robotnik, who gloats that E.V.E. can never be defeated and will only learn from each victory. E.V.E. then bursts into Robotnik's headquarters and attacks Sonic the form of a giant cobra, which he defeats. Her response is to take the form of a tentacled entity with two large eyes, an enormous mouth, and a crystal-like brain, after which she turns the tables by turning on her creator. Although Robotnik tries to re-assert control, E.V.E. reveals that by adding Sonic's DNA to her systems, Robotnik mistakenly implanted a streak of independence instead of the resourcefulness that he'd intended her to receive. Instead of developing his intelligence, all she got from Robotnik was his evil, which was negated by the inherent good she inherited from Sonic. E.V.E. seemingly vaporizes her master-but in reality only sent him to a parallel future and an encounter with a defeated version of himself-and turns her attention to Sonic, intending to fulfill her programming. Thinking quick, Sonic reasons to E.V.E. that she will never be free if she continues following orders. Upon realizing her own free will, E.V.E. thanks Sonic and soars into outer space, her brain-like form growing larger so that the tentacles are replaced by butterfly wings made of pure energy.


Sonic encounters E.V.E. again after he is stranded in deep space and trying to get back to Mobius.[2] The increasingly-powerful E.V.E. had been seeking out planets whose natives employed computers to work for them. Feeling the need to "liberate" the machines, E.V.E stripped these worlds of all their minerals until they were reduced to lifeless rock, then integrated the computers into her own systems to evolve into a "higher organism". Outraged, Sonic points out to her that instead of serving their masters, these computers just obey E.V.E. instead. Hearing Sonic's words, E.V.E. determines that she is no better than the oppressor, that her mission is flawed, and must be terminated. After giving Sonic coordinates to help him get home, E.V.E. resets her course to the nearest star. During A.D.A.M.'s "gathering", it is revealed that this star was powered by yellow Chaos Emeralds. A.D.A.M. is a fictional artificial intelligence and antagonist from the Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ...


Feist

A giant panda native to the Zone of Silence, Feist became a lackey of Ixis Naugus--like Uma Arachnis, Warlord Kodos, and King Maximillian Acorn--after being defeated by the wizard's magic, a fact that Naugus would later brag about. Sonic and co. first learned about him during their use of a machine to get into King Acorn's dreams, during which dream versions of himself and Kodos attacked Sonic. Panda may refer to: // Giant Panda Panda (plant), a genus of the family Euphorbiaceae PANDAS or P.A.N.D.A.S. is Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptoccal infections Qinling Panda, a subspecies of the Giant Panda. ... In telecommunication, a skip zone is an annular region within the transmission range of an antenna, within which signals from the transmitter are not received. ...


Feist later became the ruler of the Zone of Silence after all of the Chaos Emeralds in the universe were sent there by Turbo Tails and Super Shadow, having been gathered by A.D.A.M. With his newly unlimited power, he fused all of the jewels into seven Emeralds of varying color. In addition, he reshaped the Zone of Silence, renaming it the Special Zone. Thanking Sonic for his new power, Feist gave him the grey emerald, saying that if he wanted more, he would have to work for it. Because they both see Ixis Naugus as an enemy, Feist came to regard Sonic as an ally--though this is clearly limited to their antagonism of the wizard. In telecommunication, a skip zone is an annular region within the transmission range of an antenna, within which signals from the transmitter are not received. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... ... Super Shadow is an in-game form of the video game character Shadow the Hedgehog, first introduced in Sonic Adventure 2. ... A.D.A.M. is a fictional artificial intelligence and antagonist from the Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics. ...


Far larger than any Mobian, Feist is clad only in a belt made out of silver metal. He presumably has strength proportionate to his size, and was apparently so powerful that it took Naugus' magic to defeat him. As a result of his control of the Chaos Emeralds, he has also seemingly gained reality-warping abilities derived from Chaos energy.


Foxxy

Foxxy was one of Ebony Hare's high-ranking lackeys, presumably his concubine. Ebony Hare was virtually never seen without her, although she was only really there for "moral support". A swampy marsh area ...


High Sheriff

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Hunter

As his name implied, Hunter was a rogue Overlander poacher and a foe of Knuckles the Echidna, who considered the mass murder of Mobians acceptable so long as he gave them a sporting chance. He first appeared on Angel Island, capturing Knuckles and his childhood rival, a gorilla named Monk, locking shock collars around their necks to prevent their escape and hunting them across Angel Island. Eventually cornering the escapees in the Hydrocity Zone, Hunter executed Monk, which drove Knuckles to insticntively use his dormant Chaos powers to drive the Overlander away.


Held prisoner by the Brotherhood of Guardians for several months, Hunter was freed by the Eggman-supported dingoes during the take-over of Angel Island. Seeing potential in the villain, Robotnik enhanced his fighting abilities and armed him with a 'Chaos Spear' that allowed him to teleport his targets into captivity in New Megaopolis. Once more however, Hunter was bested by Knuckles, who transformed into his Super Knuckles persona and cast the Overlander into the sea, where he allegedly drowned-unless he was first killed by the force of falling several hundred feet. This fate was oddly fitting, given that it echoed that of Monk. Before his death, Hunter captured numerous citizens of Angel Island, including Constable Remington, the Fire Ant Council, and Xenin of the Dark Legion. He also seemingly captured Dr. Finitevus, but the mad scientist appears to have used Hunter as a distraction to allow him to disappear and work on his own agenda. The Brotherhood of Guardians is an organization in the Sonic the Hedgehog (Archie comic) series. ... A cyber-enhanced solider of the Dark Legion The Dark Legion is a fictional organization from the Sonic the Hedgehog comics. ... Dr. Finitevus is a fictional character from the Sonic the Hedgehog (Archie comic). ...


Iron King/Iron Queen

The Iron King and Queen were the primary antagonists of Monkey Khan. The Iron King is a gigantic ox with incredible strength, and an affinity for collecting weapons. The Iron Queen is an Overlander and is capable of casting dark magic and powerful spells. Sonic and Tails encountered the Iron King and Queen during their quest for Ixis Naugus, who fled across all of Mobius. This article is for minor characters that appear exclusively in the story lines of the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series. ...


Sonic and Tails learn that the Iron King and Queen crowned themselves ruler of the village Sonic and Tails had entered and demanded all villagers swear loyalty to them. When the villagers refused, the Iron Queen set Mount Stormtop on fire for over a hundred days and would not lift the spell until the villagers agreed to bow down to the Iron King and Queen.


Sonic and Tails were told that only the magical fan of Fen Xing could blow out the flames on the mountain, but that it was in the Iron King's arsenal in his fortress. When the two tried to retrieve it, the Iron Queen cast a spell on renegade cyborg, Monkey Khan, to kill Sonic and Tails before they arrived. They managed to free Khan and he joined them in assaulting the Iron King at his fortress.


When Sonic found the magical fan, he used it to blow the Iron King right off his feet (or rather hooves). Sonic and the others returned to Mount Stormtop to blow out the flames, the Iron Queen tried to use her magic to stop them but failed and the flames were extinguished. The Iron Queen left the village swearing revenge, but the Iron King's fate remains unknown.


Jack Rabbit

A Freedom Fighter turned villain who appeared in Sonic issues 62-63 and once more in 119, Jack is a gray hare with a black eye patch on his left eye, and wears rebel "commando" style clothing. He leads a band of rebels called "Sand Blasters" out in the Mobius desert, the group living in a force field protected town called "Sand Blast City". Sonic and Tails crash landed in the desert during their global search for Ixis Naugus, and they hitched then ride with Jack and his rebels. Their opinion of the group changed when they learned that Sand Blast City worshipped Sonic, who was a god in their eyes after killing Dr. Robotnik. Mobius may refer to: In mathematics, the mathematician August Ferdinand Möbius, and several mathematical concepts discovered by him, including: The Möbius strip - an object with one surface and one edge The Möbius function, Möbius transform, and Möbius inversion formula of number theory The Möbius... Dr. Eggman as seen on Sonic X. In Sonic the Hedgehog video games, Doctor Eggman (in modern-day and Japanese versions), or Doctor Ivo Robotnik (early United States and European versions), is the archnemesis of Sonic the Hedgehog. ...


Sonic helped Jack's group fend off a savage horde of Robians, who are the reason Sand Blast City is protected by the force field. It later turned out that Jack purposely crashed Sonic's plane and hid it in the city, making sure he'd never leave so he could protect them from the Robians forever. Not about to stay, the Hedgehog found the controls of the force field hidden inside the monument statue of himself and destroyed them both. The shield dropped and the Robians invaded the city.


Sonic and Tails managed to escape Sand Blast City, leaving Jack and his rebels to the Robians. In Sonic 119, Bunnie Rabbot was attacked and imprisoned by Jack after receiving a fake transmission asking for help. The message was intended for Sonic but Jack decided to use Bunnie to bait Sonic instead and locked her up in an impenetrable cell with the savage Robians that had overrun Sand Blast City after the shield was destroyed, all of whom had been captured. Bunnie bravely battled the Robians and managed to break free from her cell, leaving the Robians to attack Jack and his Sand Blasters once again while Bunnie escaped. Bunnie Rabbot is a fictional character featured prominently in the, Sonic the Hedgehog animated series. ...


Warlord Kodos

A powerful anthropomorphic humanoid lion, Kodos once served as the Minister of War in the Kingdom of Acorn. For unexplained reasons, this battle axe-wielding warrior despised Overlanders, particularly Nate Morgan. Allying himself with Ixis Naugus, the Royal Wizard of that time, Kodos arranged for Nate to be forced into exile. However, Kodos found himself toppled by Dr. Robotnik, who trapped him in the Zone of Silence along with Naugus, taking over as Minister of War. The irony was that Kodos showed Robotnik the entrance, trying to recruit the Overlander to his side! Anthropomorphism, also referred to as personification or prosopopeia, is the attribution of human characteristics to inanimate objects, animals, forces of nature, and others. ... The term humanoid refers to any being whose body structure resembles that of a human. ... For other uses, see Lion (disambiguation). ... A defence minister ( Commonwealth English) or defense minister ( American English) is a cabinet portfolio (position) which regulates the armed forces in a sovereign nation. ... In the Fictional Universe of Sonic the Hedgehog, the Kingdom of Acorn was the ruling monarchy on the Planet Mobius (Sonic the Hedgehog) until the evil Dr. Robotnik staged a coup that would end the reign of King Acorn. ... Swedish halberds from 16th century A halberd is a two-handed pole weapon that came to prominent use during the 14th and 15th centuries. ... Drawing of a Thracian peltast of 400 BC A warrior is a person habitually engaged in warfare. ... This article is for minor characters that appear exclusively in the story lines of the Sonic the Hedgehog TV Series and comic series of the same name. ... In the fictional universe of Sonic the Hedgehog, Ixis Naugus (voiced by Michael Bell and Tim Curry) is a famed sorcerer who was known for creating the mysterious Void. He first appeared in the SatAM cartoon show (and would have become a more important villain had the show not been... Look up wizard in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Dr. Eggman as seen on Sonic X. In Sonic the Hedgehog video games, Doctor Eggman (in modern-day and Japanese versions), or Doctor Ivo Robotnik (early United States and European versions), is the archnemesis of Sonic the Hedgehog. ... In telecommunication, a skip zone is an annular region within the transmission range of an antenna, within which signals from the transmitter are not received. ...


Without anyone else to turn to, Kodos pledged loyalty to Naugus, serving as his enforcer alongside Uma Arachnis. He quickly amassed a collection of grudges towards both Robotnik and Sonic the Hedgehog and Sally. Kodos escaped the Zone of Silence with Uma and Naugus, but was exposed to pollution from Robotropolis and driven mad. He fell into a ravine while attempting to capture the Sword of Acorns, and seemingly perished either from the fall or from the poison of Robotropolis. This articles is for minor villains from the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise, appearing in the television series Sonic the Hedgehog and its spin-off comic book published by Archie Comics. ... Sonic the Hedgehog is the lead character in the self-titled comic book series. ... Princess Sally Alicia Acorn is a fictional character appearing in the American saturday morning cartoon Sonic the Hedgehog (commonly referred to as SatAM) from 1993 to 1995, as well as the ongoing Sonic the Hedgehog comic book series published by Archie Comics. ... It has been suggested that Pollutant be merged into this article or section. ... In the fictional universe of Sonic the Hedgehog, the city of Robotropolis is the main headquarters of the evil Dr. Robotnik. ... Inmates at Bedlam Asylum, as portrayed by William Hogarth Insanity, or madness, is a semi-permanent, severe mental disorder typically stemming from a form of mental illness. ... A ravine is a very small valley, which is often the product of streamcutting erosion. ... The Sword Of Acorns was A Legendary Weapon. ... The skull and crossbones symbol (Jolly Roger) traditionally used to label a poisonous substance. ...


Kodos was known for being violent beyond reason, attacking enemies without thought for strategy or future plans. This berserker method made him a dangerous foe, but it was also his most flawed trait. In addition, the combined effects of years spent in the Zone of Silence and exposure to Robotropolis' poisons made him a dangerously unpredictable attacker. For other uses, see Violence (disambiguation). ... A strategy is a long term plan of action designed to achieve a particular goal, most often winning. Strategy is differentiated from tactics or immediate actions with resources at hand. ... Berserkers in the kings hall, illustration by Louis Moe, 1898 Berserkers (or Berserks) were Norse warriors who were commonly understood to have fought in an uncontrollable rage or trance of fury; the berserkergang. ... Look up trait in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...


Mathias Poe

A raven wizard whom Knuckles met during his search for the Sword of Acorns. Mathias used a replica of fellow-dark-magician Damocles the Elder to hide the sword. He briefly attempted to control Knuckles' mind with his dark magic, but was thwarted. After being defeated by Knuckles, it is possible Mathias was hunted down by Sir Connery just like the aforementioned Damocles. The House of Acorn is a royal family of anthropomorphic squirrels from the Sonic the Hedgehog SatAM cartoon and Archie Comics // Members The House of Acorn has several prominent members, including: Maximillian Acorn See main article. ...


Mecha (M)

Mecha is one of Dr. Robotnik's creations created while Sonic was still in outer space and everybody thought he was dead. Mecha is designed after a female Overlander, and is referred to by Eggman as his 'daughter'; unlike Robotnik's previous creations, Mecha has many more fighting abilities than any of Robotnik's creations ever had. Her most prominent ability, other than strength beyond that of any biological Overlander, was the power to shoot lasers from her eyes. Robotnik is the generic Polish word for a worker. ... Robotnik is the generic Polish word for a worker. ...


Sonic and Mecha duked it out at the docks of Dr. Eggman's newest city Megapolis, a battle which resulted in Sonic getting hurt, eventually leading to his breakup with Sally Acorn. Bunnie Rabbot knocked Mecha into a building and Geoffrey destroyed her skin coating by chucking a grenade leaving her with only a metallic skeletal form similar in appearance to the T-X from the Terminator movies, and this made her very angry. Sonic and friends were able to dump Mecha into the sewers; this short circuited her now-exposed systems. It is revealed later that she survived her encounter with Sonic. A.D.A.M. later framed Mecha, showing visual evidence of her helping the mysterious "Anonymous," who is later revealed to be ADAM himself. Believing her to be traitorous, Eggman ordered her to self-destruct, destroying her while unaware that the real traitor was ADAM. Megacity, megapolis, or megalopolis is a general term for cities together with their suburbs or recognized metropolitan areas usually with a total population in excess of 10 million people. ... Bunnie Rabbot is a fictional character featured prominently in the, Sonic the Hedgehog animated series. ... This article may contain original research or unverified claims. ... Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (commonly abbreviated T3) is a 2003 movie directed by Jonathan Mostow and starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Nick Stahl, Claire Danes, and Kristanna Loken. ...


Loyal only to Eggman, Mecha was as cold and emotionless as most of his creations-most of the time. She only showed emotion on a handful of occasions, usually when Eggman was threatened. At these times, she became extremely angry and volatile.


Misecellaneous robots

In the Archie comics, there are various robots who are neither based on Sonic, classified as Badniks, or affliated with the SWATbots. A Badnik is a term for an enemy robot in the early North American and European versions of the Sonic the Hedgehog video games. ...


Botman

A robot based on Batman, Botman was the first of Robotnik's creations based on characters from comic books. Batman (originally referred to as the Bat-Man and still referred to at times as the Batman) is a DC Comics fictional superhero who first appeared in Detective Comics #27 in May 1939. ...


Captain Marbot

One of Robotnik's comic book based automatons, Captain Marbot was based on Captain Marvel. Captain Marvel may refer to: Captain Marvel (DC Comics), a young boy who transforms into a superhero by saying the word Shazam!; originally published by Fawcett Comics and currently published by DC Comics. ...


Cluck

Robotnik's pet robot chicken who only appeared in the first season of the Sonic the Hedgehog saturday morning cartoon. He and Snively do not like each other. In the premiere episode Heads or Tails, Snively used a remote to pop off Cluck's head. Since Cluck can't talk, he communicates by short beeping sounds. In the very first comic of the mini-series, Cluck appeared (with dialogue) in the story "Oh No Robo, No Mo' Mobo". He hasn't made much appearances since. Sonic the Hedgehog is a fictional hedgehog character that serves as the mascot of the Japanese video game company Sega. ... Snively, as he appeared in the SatAM cartoon. ... Heads or Tails is a coin-tossing game. ...


Dinobot/T-Bot

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King Gong

A giant golden robot gorilla with a clock in its chest, built by Robotnik years ago. It came to life on its own and escaped into the jungle where it lived ever since. Robotnik found it and tried to bring it under control, but it was too wild. In a King Kong-styled fight involving Princess Sally and Sonic, King Gong was shot at by banana oil, toppled off a building and was smashed to pieces. King Kong in the 1933 film. ... Princess Sally in the Archie comics Her Royal Highness, Princess Sally of Mobius (or Sally Acorn) is a fictional character appearing in the Sonic the Hedgehog cartoons in 1994 and Archie comics. ...


Magnabot

Magbot

A robot based on Prince Valiant which Robotnik used to attack Sonic. Prince Valiant in the Days of King Arthur, or simply Prince Valiant, is a comic strip created by Hal Foster. ...


Mighty Bot

Based on the character of Mighty Mouse, Mighty Bot was created by Robotnik to fight Sonic. A Mighty Mouse poster. ...


Shredder/Shredbot

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Spawnmower

Resmebling the superhero Spawn, Spawnmower is a giant lawnmower type robot that Robotnik created after being inspired by comic books. Unfortunately, Spawnmower was defeated by Sonic and rolled off a nearby cliff after a brief battle. Look up spawn in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...


Wulvurkel Bot

Created in an attempt to defeat Sonic using robots based on comic book characters, Wulvurkel Bot was actually a mistake. Intended to be based on the character of Wolverine (X-Men)|Wolverine]] of the X-Men, a miscommunication resulted in him instead resmebling Steve Urkel. Presumably, this was intended to be a tribute to Jaleel White, the actor who played Urkel in the television series Family Matters as well as providing the voice of Sonic in SatAM, Sonic Underground, and Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog. Binomial name Gulo gulo (Linnaeus, 1758) Wolverine range The Wolverine (Gulo gulo) is the largest land-dwelling species of the Mustelidae or weasel family (the Giant Otter is largest overall), and is the only species currently classified in the genus Gulo (meaning glutton). It is also called the Glutton or... The X-Men are a group of comic book superheroes featured in Marvel Comics. ... Information Nickname(s) Bruce Lee Urkel Gender Male Age 13-22 Date of birth 1976 Occupation Student, inventor Family Mr. ... The tone or style of this article or section may not be appropriate for Wikipedia. ... Family Matters (TV series) also refers to a popular television series. ...


Monk

A gorilla who lived on the Floating Island, Monk took great pleasure in tormenting Knuckles when he was younger. Unwilling to stand by and watch, disguised members of the Brotherhood of Guardians threw Monk off the island. Several years later, he managed to climb back on, and wished to return to the way things had been, looking to beat up Knuckles. However, years of training and growing had changed Knuckles, and he was no longer so easily put to use as a punching bag.


Monk and Knuckles were forced to put aside their differences when Hunter made them the quarry in his Floating Island hunt. Bound by shock collars, the two worked together to flee Hunter. However, their victory was short-lived, as Hunter electrocuted Monk, causing the gorilla to topple once again from the island. This time, however, he perished either from the fall, the shock, or from drowning.


Nack the Weasel

For information on the version of Nack seen in the games, see Fang the Sniper. For information on his British version, see his Sonic the Comic entry.
Fang's appearance on the cover of Sonic The Hedgehog issue 122.

In the Archie-published Sonic the Hedgehog comics, Nack has a sister named Nic, which seems to be a play on his translated name. He is also depicted as having a bit of an Australian accent. His first appearance is in the Sonic Triple Trouble adaptation special. In the story, Robotnik had designed a machine to harness the power of a Chaos Emerald. His "sidekick", Crabmeat, accidentally set the machine wrong causing it to overload and break the Emerald in two. This made a new "zone" (alternate reality) and Robotnik hired Nack to stop Sonic from retrieving the Emerald pieces. In the fictional universes of the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games, there are a significant number of villains present. ... This article is for fictional characters from the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise that appear exclusively in the Sonic the Comic continuity, produced by Fleetway. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Download high-resolution version (400x614, 104 KB)[edit] Summary Nack the Weasel as he appears on the cover of Archie Comic Sonic the Hedgehog #122 This image is of the cover of a single issue of a comic book, and the copyright for it is... Image File history File linksMetadata Download high-resolution version (400x614, 104 KB)[edit] Summary Nack the Weasel as he appears on the cover of Archie Comic Sonic the Hedgehog #122 This image is of the cover of a single issue of a comic book, and the copyright for it is... Most of the main cast of Sonic the Hedgehog, seen here on the cover of the 125th issue published by Archie Comics Sonic the Hedgehog is an ongoing series of American comic books published by Archie Comics, featuring Segas mascot video game character Sonic. ... Archie Comics is an American comic book publisher known for its many series featuring the fictional teenage Archie Andrews, Betty Cooper, Veronica Lodge, Reggie Mantle and Forsythe Jughead Jones characters created by Bob Montana. ... The cover of Sonic the Hedgehog #1, published by Archie Comics Sonic the Hedgehog is an ongoing series of comic books published by Archie Comics, featuring Segas mascot video game character Sonic. ... This article is for minor characters that appear exclusively in the story lines of theSonic the Hedgehog TV Series and comic series of the same name. ...


His next big case was to capture Sonic, which led to Sonic's robotizisation. Sonic was charged with treason after he was returned to normal, but escaped custody to hunt Nack down. He was found in the Bottom of the Barrel Bar 'n' Grill and later captured. Later, he and his sister were charged with capturing the Chaos-charged Knuckles the Echidna. After succeeding and collecting their payment, they separated, and Nack was not heard from for some time. He later appeared with a trio of nameless weasel "brothers"-later revealed to be named Carl, Jeff, and Konor-who planned to kidnap Princess Sally Acorn and collect a ransom from her parents, but Sally escaped by tricking Nack into thinking that she would join his group, and then kneeing Nack in the groin. He tried to get revenge by killing the princess, but was thwarted when Mina Mongoose took the bullet for Sally. Knuckles the Echidna ) is a video game character within the Sonic the Hedgehog fictional universe of video games, television shows and comics. ... Princess Sally Alicia Acorn is a fictional character appearing in the American saturday morning cartoon Sonic the Hedgehog (commonly referred to as SatAM) from 1993 to 1995, as well as the ongoing Sonic the Hedgehog comic book series published by Archie Comics. ... The term ransom refers to the practice of holding a prisoner to extort money or property extorted to secure their release, or to the sum of money involved. ... Mina Mongoose (dubbed Songoose for her singing talents) is a fictional character who appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog comic book series. ...


Nack managed to get away and was offered a job in Station Square by an unnamed client who wanted to know about the Master Emerald of Angel Island. Rouge the Bat overheard their conversation and flew to the island herself, but it is unknown if Nack actually took the job or not. Nack later made an attempt at assassinating Mina, having been hired by Robotnik because the doctor couldn't stand her music. This was probably also an attack aimed at the morale of the Kingdom of Acorn, as Mina's songs were often written to support the troops. He later gave in to one of Sally Acorn's threats and got thrown in jail. When the Destructix got thrown in jail after an embarrassing defeat at the hands of the Freedom Fighters and Chaotix, Nack started taunting them. Shortly after that, Mammoth Mogul freed the Destructix from jail, and Nack escaped during the chaos, hinting that he was going to poison his former gang of weasels before he left, as he "didn't need the competition". Station Square is a fictional city, and one of the three Adventure Fields in the games Sonic Adventure and its enhanced remake, Sonic Adventure DX: Directors Cut. ... The Master Emerald is a large, green, fictional emerald depicted in the Sonic the Hedgehog video games, cartoons and comic book series. ... Angel Island, as seen in Sonic X. Angel Island (formerly called and also known as the Floating Island) is a fictional island floating high in the air in the world of the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series. ... Rouge the Bat ) is a video game character in the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series, who is a determined treasure hunter and part-time government agent who plans to make all the gems and treasures of the world hers. ... The House of Acorn is a royal family of anthropomorphic squirrels from the Sonic the Hedgehog SatAM cartoon and Archie Comics // Members The House of Acorn has several prominent members, including: Maximillian Acorn See main article. ... The Destructix are an organzation from the Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics. ... // Freedom Fighters are characters in several of the Sonic the Hedgehog fictional universes. ... Three of its members as seen in Sonic Heroes. ... Mammoth Mogul is a fictional character from the Sonic the Hedgehog comics published by Archie Comics. ...


He later appeared conducting reconnaissance to verify claims of an auction of the Master Emerald being held by Rouge the Bat, only to be caught in a sting operation by the Freedom Fighters, resulting in him being imprisoned yet again. The only consolation he might have had was that several other villains-Mammoth Mogul, Ixis Naugus, Bark the Polar Bear, and Bean the Dynamite-were also tricked and captured. Mogul was even knocked out by Sally Acorn piloting Nack's own Marvelous Queen air bike, which was afterwards given into the ownership of Rouge, who used it to carry the five would-be thieves to jail. Nack was then further incarcerated when all but a small handful of the inhabitants of Knothole were captured during an assault by Eggman's Egg Fleet, though was soon freed when said survivors mounted a rescue operation to liberate the prisoners. Throwing in his lot with Mogul and the others, he was apparently eager to assist the Mammoth in taking over New Mobotropolis after they were transported to it. Unfortunately, Nack didn't even get the chance to fight, as he and the other four criminals were teleported to a new prison, courtesy of Sally's computer friend NICOLE. Naturally, being imprisoned AGAIN (and in an effortless and quick manner such as that) has extremely hurt the weasel's vague sense of dignity. He did, however, join Mogul, Bean, Nagus, and Bark in taunting Tails during his efforts to rescue his father, then teasing Sonic and Tails as they fought each other in the prison. This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Mammoth Mogul is a fictional character from the Sonic the Hedgehog comics published by Archie Comics. ... In the fictional universe of Sonic the Hedgehog, Ixis Naugus (voiced by Michael Bell and Tim Curry) is a famed sorcerer who was known for creating the mysterious Void. He first appeared in the SatAM cartoon show (and would have become a more important villain had the show not been... ... Bean the Dynamite is a fictional character in the Sonic the Hedgehog video game Sonic the Fighters, also known in North America and Europe as Sonic Championship. ... The Egg Fleet was a formidable fleet of flying ships resembling marine life in the video game Sonic Heroes from the Sonic the Hedgehog series. ... Mobotropolis is the fictional capital city of the equally fictious planet Mobius. ... Nicole may refer to: In fiction: NICOLE, a sentient, hand-held computer in the Sonic the Hedgehog TV series and comic books Nicole (Dead or Alive character), fictional character from the Halo universe Nicole (film), a 1978 thriller film starring Catherine Bach In music: Nicole (artist), 1980s German singer of...


Nack is a violent and dangerous criminal, one of the few Mobians found regularly in the Kingdom of Acorn who will use guns. He will do anything for a profit, and will work willingly for high-paying employers or his own agendas. Nack is disliked by virtually everyone, from his rival and sister Nic to his former partners in the Destructix to his enemies the Freedom Fighters. Of all the indignities he has suffered, nothing upsets him more than the fact that he has been arrested time and time again (particularly now). Possessed of no super abilities, Nack utilizes his Marvelous Queen, an ion-powered air bike, to get around. One of his few useful natural abilities is the power to propel himself high into the air by using his tail like a spring.

  • Nack's profile at SonicHQ.org

Octobot

Far beneath the surface of the Great Mobian Ocean rests an underwater bot base - home of the malicious Octobot, a giant blue mech squid that serves as one of Robotnik's underbosses. In fact, Octobot's existence under the seas would have remained unknown to the Freedom Fighters had Tails not encountered him during the maiden voyage of the Sea Fox. Discovering the underwater roboticisation factory once manned by Jaws, Tails destroyed the submerged base and left Octobot a complete laughing stock among the Bot community.


Octobot soon decided that he had to kill Tails to redeem himself and exact revenge, and while on a mission to prove himself in Downunda, Octobot scuttled Tails' Sea Fox by puncturing it with his drill tentacles and dragged Tails beneath the ocean in an attempt to drown him. Tails was rescued by the Forty Fathom Freedom Fighters, and Octobot was crushed beneath the massive weight of their largest member, Fluke the Blue Whale. Octobot survived the incident, though completely flat. He later reappeared, having since become attached to the leftovers of his Downunda-comrade Crocbot, now called Croctobot. In the Sonic the Hedgehog cartoon and comic series, there are several characters who serve in divisions of the Freedom Fighters. ...


Octobot hates Tails with a passion almost as strong as Crocbot and would also gladly kill him for virtually ruining his many plans. Like many of Robotnik's sentient creations, he is highly volatile. Octobot's assignment has naturally affected his behavior, from sailor jargon to mentions of Davy Jones' locker. Davy Jones Locker is an idiom for the bottom of the sea — the resting place of drowned sailors. ...


Renfield the Rodent

Rendfield the Rodent is a smiling, snazzy dressed, rat character who was in charge of several criminal organizations and shady dealings, most often occurring in his personal amusement park known as "Happy Land", located on Angel Island. Renfield was first introduced in the Chaotix comic book special, he invited Sonic, Knuckles, and the fellow Freedom Fighters to be his "guests" at his amusement park. Renfield then trapped Sonic and the Freedom Fighters in a House of Mirrors (within the mirrors themselves). Knuckles managed to escape and later met up with the rest of the Chaotix, including Heavy and Bomb. Turns out that Dr. Robotnik had made a deal with Renfield and worked together with him to trap the freedom fighters. Knuckles and the Chaotix liberated Sonic and the others, and making short work of Robotnik's new Metal Sonic robot. Robotnik ditched Renfield and allowed him to be captured by Knuckles. Later on, Renfield reopened his amusement park to the public. Angel Island may refer to: Angel Island, California Angel Island (Sonic the Hedgehog), the floating island in the Sonic the Hedgehog videogame series Yea huh very funny!!!! Angel Island is an island in The San Francisco Bay Where chinese immmigrants were kept when they came to California. ... Three of its members as seen in Sonic Heroes. ... Knuckles may refer to: the joints of the hand Knuckles the Echidna, the Sega video game character. ... Heavy and Bomb are 2 robots who appeared in Knuckles Chaotix. ... Robotnik is the generic Polish word for a worker. ... Metal Sonic ) is the fictional robotic counterpart and a rival of video game character Sonic the Hedgehog. ...


The Chaotix once again ran into Renfield when Charmy Bee's best friend, Mello, died of food poisoning from Renfield's "secret sauce" that he put in the park's chili dogs. Downtown Ebony Hare found out about Renfield's plans and forced his way into controlling Renfield's business just as the Chaotix and Knuckles had entered the amusement park. Ebony Hare was arrested but Renfield was allowed to operate his amusement park, but without the toxic secret sauce, confiscated by Sergeant Remington. Renfield was not seen until much later in "The Chaotix Connection" (Sonic issue 166). Rouge the Bat accompanied Knuckles and the Chaotix to Renfield's new casino based in Station Square. Turns out the casino was a front for a Auto Automaton factory for Robotnik, who was using the slot machine screens in the casino to copy customers data and build up an army of infiltrators. Charmy Bee ) is a fictional character from the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games and a member of the Chaotix detective team. ... Rouge the Bat ) is a video game character in the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series, who is a determined treasure hunter and part-time government agent who plans to make all the gems and treasures of the world hers. ... Station Square is one of the three main Overworlds in the games Sonic Adventure and Sonic Adventure DX: Directors Cut. ...


Mighty the Armadillo and Julie-Su managed to slip out of Renfield's traps and destroyed the robot factory, last heard, Renfield was going to stand trial for his crimes at Station Square. Renfield was referred to in the comics as Renfield T. Rodent, the T standing for "the". Mighty the Armadillo ) is a fictional character in the Sonic the Hedgehog universe. ... Julie-Su is a fictional character in the Sonic the Hedgehog series of comic books, released by Archie Comics. ... Station Square is one of the three main Overworlds in the games Sonic Adventure and Sonic Adventure DX: Directors Cut. ...


Ripper

Ripper is a hulking, muscular, blood red fur colored rat (or mouse) bodyguard for Renfield T. Rodent. Renfield called Ripper in when Downtown Ebony Hare came in and was threatening to take control of Renfield's business. When Ebony Hare saw Ripper, he simply snapped his fingers and his own personal bodyguard, Blackjack, stepped in and KOed Ripper with one punch. This was his only appearance and he never spoke a single word of dialog.


Sonic robots

Clockwise from bottom center: Sonic, normal Metal Sonic, Metal Sonic's second form, Silver Sonic II, a Metal Sonic Trooper, Silver Sonic, Mecha Sonic and Pseudo-Sonic. Artwork by Patrick "Spaz" Spaziante.

Image File history File links Download high resolution version (439x700, 171 KB)Sonic and his various robotic incarnations, including the multiple versions of Metal Sonic, Mecha Sonic, Silver Sonic, and Psuedo Sonic. ... Image File history File links Download high resolution version (439x700, 171 KB)Sonic and his various robotic incarnations, including the multiple versions of Metal Sonic, Mecha Sonic, Silver Sonic, and Psuedo Sonic. ...

Metal Sonic

Main article: Metal Sonic

Metal Sonic ) is the fictional robotic counterpart and a rival of video game character Sonic the Hedgehog. ...

Pseudo-Sonic

A Sonic-based robot named Pseudo-Sonic appeared in Sonic the Hedgehog #9. He was one of the few early villains to find Knothole Village, tricking Antoine D'Coolette into thinking that he was the real Sonic. Pseudo-Sonic was soon defeated, since Tails short-circuited him by dragging his namesakes on the ground while running around Pseudo-Sonic in a circle, generating static electricity. He made a reappearance later on, where it was revealed that there was an island where Badniks went to be repaired after being defeated. He was defeated by Sonic once again, but the other Badniks salvaged him and began the process of rebuilding him. In the fictional universe of Sonic the Hedgehog, Knothole Village is the hidden base of operations for the Freedom Fighters, a small band (led by Sonic the Hedgehog and Princess Sally Acorn) dedicated to overthrowing the evil Dr. Robotnik. ... Antoine DCoolette is a fictional character appearing in both the Sonic the Hedgehog TV series and comic series. ... A Badnik is a term for an enemy robot in the early North American and European versions of the Sonic the Hedgehog video games. ...

Pseudo-Sonic also appeared in an episode of Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog.

Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog is an American animated television series that was first broadcast in September 1993, and has been running in cartoon syndication ever since. ...

Mecha Sonic

When Robotnik finally managed to capture Sonic, he roboticized him, creating Mecha Sonic. Mecha Sonic was the part of the "Mecha Madness" story arc, where he was used by Eggman to battle the Freedom Fighters, but was defeated by a good Mecha Knuckles, and was de-roboticized.


Another version of Mecha Sonic, very similar different in design except he was completely silver, appeared in a later issue when the Bem turned Sonic and Tails into robots to fight Dr. Robotnik and Snively Kintobor, whom they had turned back into humans for the purpose of determining who was superior. Mecha Sonic and Tails proved victorious, and were restored to their normal forms. In the various Sonic the Hedgehog continuities, there are several instances where the characters encounter extraterrestrial life. ... Snively Robotnik is a fictional character from the Sonic the Hedgehog universe. ...


Silver Sonic

Silver Sonic was used in the "Death Egg Saga" story arc, an adaptation of Sonic the Hedgehog 2, where Robotnik used it to protect his Death Egg. Initially, the massive machine proved too much for Sonic, although when it punched the hedgehog through part of the Death Egg, electrical cables became exposed. Sonic used these to electrocute Silver Sonic, completely short circuiting it. Upon defeating it, Sonic used it as a battle suit against Dr. Robotnik, resulting in Robotnik's defeat and the Death Egg's free fall to the surface of Mobius. Sonic the Hedgehog 2, or simply Sonic 2, is a platform game developed and published by Sega for the Mega Drive/Genesis. ... The Death Egg is a fictional space station in the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games. ...

The design used for the first Silver Sonic was taken from the Silver Sonic used in Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (albeit much larger in the comic than the game).
Silver Sonic II from issue #85

Metal Sonic ) is the fictional robotic counterpart and a rival of video game character Sonic the Hedgehog. ... Sonic the Hedgehog 2, or simply Sonic 2, is a platform game developed by Sonic Team in collaboration with Sega Technical Institute, and published by Sega for the Mega Drive/Genesis. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ...

Silver Sonic II

Long after the destruction of the Death Egg, a new, scaled down model of Silver Sonic was constructed, called Silver Sonic II. After the defeat of Perfect Chaos, Eggman unleashed this version on Station Square to defeate Sonic and the Freedom Fighters, as well as destroy the city. While proving to be too much for most of the Freedom Fighters, he was defeated by Sonic, having his head knocked off. He was then reprogrammed by Nate Morgan to act as the city's defender against Eggman and outside forces of evil. When Eggman went to retrieve Silver Sonic II's body and repair him, he was chased out of the city, and thought to have been killed, when in actuality he accidentally fell into an underground lair of his late grandfather. When Shadow the Hedgehog came to Station Square to steal their Chaos Emerald, located in their bank's safe, Silver Sonic II attempted to stop him. Unfortunately, Shadow used his Chaos Control powers and destroyed the city's defender. Chaos ) is a fictional character and the main antagonist in the video game Sonic Adventure for the Sega Dreamcast. ... Dr. Robotnik is the primary villain in the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. ... This article is for minor characters that appear exclusively in the story lines of the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series. ... The Sonic the Hedgehog universes and continuities have dozens of minor characters, many of whom are anthropomorphic animals. ... This article is about the video game character. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...

(This version of Silver Sonic can be seen in a cryo-tube in the game Sonic Adventure).

Metal Sonic ) is the fictional robotic counterpart and a rival of video game character Sonic the Hedgehog. ... Sonic Adventure ) is a video game created by Sonic Team and released on December 23, 1998 in Japan by Sega for the Sega Dreamcast. ...

Uma Arachnis/Arachne

A female ninja spider who served Ixis Naugus, Uma Arachnis met Naugus in the Zone of Silence. With all the abilities of both a spider and a ninja, she proved quite dangerous. Often silent, even other villains found her confusing. Uma worked alongside Warlord Kodos until both died from exposure to Robotropolis pollution. In the fictional universe of Sonic the Hedgehog, the city of Robotropolis is the main headquarters of the evil Dr. Robotnik. ...

The Arachne ready to attack

Uma's legacy lives on in the form of her children, the Arachne, an army of spider ninjas who also serve Ixis Naugus. The Arachne have been distinguished as villains due to being entrusted with the Sword of Acorns after it tried to possess Sally. They later used it to open a dimensional warp, freeing Naugus from his imprisonment and killing the Ancient Walkers. Due to Ixis' alliance with Mammoth Mogul, the Arachne came to serve Mogul as well. Along with the Destructix and the two wizards, the Arachne were attacked by the Egg Fleet and imprisoned in the Egg Grape Chamber. As a result of Mogul and Naugus abandoning them to the life draining powers of the Egg Grapes, the Arachne died in the second chamber. As a result, they were not rescued by Dr. Finitevus, who liberated the Destructix to serve as his minions. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... This article is for minor characters that appear exclusively in the story lines of theSonic the Hedgehog TV Series and comic series of the same name. ... The Destructix are an organzation from the Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics. ... The Egg Fleet was a formidable fleet of flying ships resembling marine life in the video game Sonic Heroes from the Sonic the Hedgehog series. ... Dr. Finitevus is a fictional character from the Sonic the Hedgehog (Archie comic). ...


As ninjas, Uma Arachnis and her children wield a number of traditional Japanese weapons. Among their arsenals are Sai, Nunchuks, Katana swords, Bo staffs, Shurikens, and bows and arrows. Sai may be: Sai (weapon), a weapon used in certain martial arts, of Okinawan origin Sai (game), a variant of the game Mancala. ... A nunchaku (Chinese: 雙節棍 shuāng jié gùn, 兩節棍 liǎng jié gùn, or 三節棍 sān jié gùn), also known in English by the plural nunchucks (variously rendered as nunchuks, nun-chucks, nun-chuks, nun chucks, nun chuks, or just chucks for short), is a martial arts weapon of... This article or section does not cite any references or sources. ... Bo may be: Look up Bo in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Hira Shuriken Shuriken (手裏剣; lit: sword in hand) are throwing blades. ... A bow is a weapon that shoots arrows powered by the elasticity of the bow and/or the string. ...


Universalamander

Originally an ordinary, unintelligent salamander captured by Dr. Robotnik, it was placed into a Roboticizer in the hopes that it could be made into a robot capable of defeating Sonic. However, an inept Buzzbomber working the controls accidentally activated the "enlarge" command, causing the creature to grow as it was transmutated into a robot. The result was Universalamander, a massive creature of immense power. This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ...


Going to Knothole Village, Universalamander engaged Sonic in battle. Unable to defeat it, Sonic scrounged up 7 Chaos Emeralds and 50 Power Rings to trigger his form of Super Sonic. Easily able to evade Universalamander, he quickly returned to Knothole. From Rotor's workshop, he recovered a reduce/enlarge component from the Roboticizer that was used on Bunnie Rabbot. Thus, he was able to shrink Universalamander back down to normal size, and squashed it under his foot. In the fictional universe of Sonic the Hedgehog, Knothole Village is the hidden base of operations for the Freedom Fighters, a small band (led by Sonic the Hedgehog and Princess Sally Acorn) dedicated to overthrowing the evil Dr. Robotnik. ... Rotor the Walrus is a protagonist from the Sonic the Hedgehog animated series, or SatAM for short as well as the ongoing comic book series Sonic the Hedgehog. ...


Xorda

The Xorda (singular and plural) are a warlike alien species responsible for the metamorphosis of Earth into Mobius. They resemble large, purple, brain-like organs with long pink tentacles and a single green eye; they also communicate through telepathy. During the "gathering" of all the Chaos Emeralds in the universe, it was revealed that the Xorda's home world is the location of the blue Chaos Emeralds. This article is about Extraterrestrial life. ... Mobius is the planet that the Sonic the Hedgehog characters are from in the comic book series made by Archie Comics (United States) and Egmont Fleetway (UK), and in all three American cartoons, including the light-hearted Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog, the ABC cartoon Sonic the Hedgehog (known as... In animals, the brain or encephalon (Greek for in the head), is the control center of the central nervous system, responsible for behaviour. ... Tentacles can refer to the elongated flexible organs that are present in some animals, especially invertebrates, and sometimes to the hairs of the leaves of some insectivorous plants. ... For other uses, see Eye (disambiguation). ...


The Xorda's wrath was incurred upon Earth when an envoy they sent to it was captured, imprisoned, and dissected by human scientists. Outraged, the Xorda bombarded the planet with gene bombs, believing that all life had been wiped out. Unbeknownst to them, some survived, and eventually swelled to repopulate the planet. The energy of the bomb caused the mutation of many animal species into the anthropomorphic Mobians that now inhabit it, as well as the creation of Mobius' Chaos Emeralds. This latter fact was cast into doubt however when the source of this information - a 12,000 year old robot named Isaac - was revealed to have most of its data corrupted and/or erroneous when he was hacked into by Dr. Finitevus. Anthropomorphism, also referred to as personification or prosopopeia, is the attribution of human characteristics to inanimate objects, animals, forces of nature, and others. ... Mobians are the fictional inhabitants of the planet Mobius from the various Sonic the Hedgehog continuities. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article is for minor characters that appear exclusively in the story lines of theSonic the Hedgehog TV Series and comic series of the same name. ...


The secrecy of continued life on Mobius was compromised when the Xorda discovered two ships heading for Mobius. Presumably they knew that there were Overlanders (humans) aboard as Hope Kintobor explains that they attacked them. Presumably they traced the ships to Mobius and realised that life had arisen again. Upon entering the Solar System, they nearly stumbled upon a ship from the Bem, a much more belevolent alien race, but were distracted by Shadow the Hedgehog. When they arrived, they delivered an ultimatum of destruction unto the people of Mobius, and also told them the truth about their world's origins. As if to demonstrate their power, they launched a devastating single-ship attack on Dr. Eggman's Eggman Empire. This article is for minor characters that appear exclusively in the story lines of the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series. ... Shadow the Hedgehog appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics, in which he is one of the inhabitants of Mobius. ... Dr. Eggman as seen on Sonic X. In Sonic the Hedgehog video games, Doctor Eggman (in modern-day and Japanese versions), or Doctor Ivo Robotnik (early United States and European versions), is the archnemesis of Sonic the Hedgehog. ... In the fictional world of the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series, Eggmanland (sometimes known as Robotnikland or Eggman Empire) is a land that Sonic the Hedgehogs nemesis, Dr. Eggman, often speaks of. ...


The ship was repulsed by Giga-Bot Prime, a giant robot created by Robotnik that only Sonic's speed could power (presumably at that point in time, Eggman would surely have access to alternative power sources under normal circumstances). However, the Xorda had yet to play their trump card.


In the planet's polar region, the Xorda revealed their final plan to eradicate the planet. A pyramidal device, known as the Quantum Dial, was set up. Its purpose was to tear open a hole in reality, creating a black hole powerful enough to consume the planet and the entire solar system. It was assumed that such a large target would be easy to deal with, given that Station Square launched an immediate missile strike. However, the Quantum Dial possessed some kind of field that caused any construct within fifty feet to fall apart. Unwilling to give up without a fight, the various fighters of Mobius banded together, putting aside their differences to battle a common enemy. However, even with the amazing number of warriors aligned against them, the Xorda weapon was only vanquished after the timely resurrection of Knuckles the Echidna (who simultaneously caused the destruction of the weapon's defenses) and the seeming suicide attack of Sonic the Hedgehog upon the Quantum Dial, which caused the destruction of the device. This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Sonic the Hedgehog is the lead character in the self-titled comic book series. ...


The Xorda departed Mobius soon after they launched the Quantum dial leaving the entire planet for dead - they have not been seen since except in flashbacks. They are also the reason that the Bem do not pursue a vessel (which heads on a course back to Mobius via a bem jumpgate) they believe to contain Ceneca 9009, the rogue scientist who built the De-Roboticizer. In truth, the vessel held Sonic, who had been beamed into space by the Quantum Dial's destruction. Unwittingly, the Xorda had inadvertently provided a safe journey home for their greatest hindrance. As the Bem pointed out that access to Mobius via their jumpgates was officially restricted on account of the Xorda having declared war on the planet - this would suggest the possibility that the Xorda are aware of their second failure to destroy all humanoid life on Mobius and could possibly attack again. This article is for minor characters that appear exclusively in the story lines of theSonic the Hedgehog TV Series and comic series of the same name. ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ...


It was later revealed that the reason the Xorda never returned to Mobius is because they have been fighting the Black Arms, another race of evil aliens, for months over Wheel World (known in the issue as Ring World), the homeworld of the Bem. Black Doom, leader of the Black Arms In the Sonic the Hedgehog series of video games by Sega, the Black Arms are a demonic alien race led by Black Doom. ...


Zan the Dragon

A red Oriental Dragon, Zan was the mate of Freedom Fighter ally Dulcy. Unlike his green winged companion, however, Zan was incredibly violent, deploying his fire breath and powerful body against virtually anything that made him mad, including Dulcy herself. Zan also considered all other races of Mobius to be his enemies, as demonstrated by his attacks on the City of the Ancients (also known as Station Square). Due to these attacks, the inhabitants of the city called in Sonic and the Freedom Fighters. After a battle with Sonic and an elite unit of the Station Square military force, GUN, at his lair on Pyro Island, Zan seemingly perished. Dulcy is a female dragon from the Sonic the Hedgehog cartoon and Archie Comics universes. ... The Guardian Unit of Nations (otherwise known as GUN) is a fictional organization featured in the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series. ...


Trivia

  • Carl, Jeff, and Konor were never named during their appearance in the comic, but the names were given in a story script. They are named for the writer, artist, and inker of their debut arc respectively. [3]
  • In an abandoned future storyline, Archie had plans to make Croctobot sub-boss over all of Downunda. Since he has been destroyed, this will not likely come to pass.[4]
  • Storyline possibilities following issue #134 had General Kage replaced by a character known as Colonel Mange, who served both as commander of the Dingoes and as Robotnik's Angel Island Sub-Boss.[5]
  • EVE is the first of Robotnik's creations to be named from the Bible, the second being ADAM.
  • Feist's design originally made it hard to determine what type of animal he was, leading several fans to believe that he was a badger, skunk, or wolverine before refinements identified him as a panda.
  • Monkey Khan was supposedly foretold in a "legend" that a monkey king would help defeat the evil Iron King and Queen and save the village. This legend is based off the Chinese fable Journey to the West. The first saga in Akira Toriyama's series Dragon Ball also borrowed from that classic tale, thus Toriyama's adaptation is the one that would be most familiar to Western readers.
  • Sonic HQ featured a list of possible future storylines, including one where the Iron Queen returned in an effort to claim the powerful Master Geode. This would lead her to mind control Knuckles and bring her into conflict with Mammoth Mogul and Dr. Eggman. However, this storyline does not look likely to occur at any future time.[6]
  • Cutting room floor story ideas included Jack Rabbit becoming a sub-boss to Dr. Robotnik.[7]
  • Jack Rabbit's colours & design makes him resemble Bugs Bunny. Strangly enough, the "Sand blasters" soldiers also resemble Looney Tunes, Disney, Muppet, & TMNT characters. He is probably named after Jazz Jackrabbit.
  • Although Tails asks the question, the reason why the Robians attacking Sand Blast city never gained their free will back from the Ultimate Annihilator's explosion like all other Robians remains unanswered.
  • Mathias Poe's name is possibly a pun off of Edgar Allan Poe and his poem, The Raven.
  • Uma Arachnis' origins were somewhat explained in prototype story ideas, in which a ninja order known as "the Strand" was introduced. Protectors of the Source of All, this group was the one from which Uma originated. Later, the Arachne would be taken control of by the Sword of Acorns and join the group in their mother's place, causing the rest of the group to be corrupted as well.[8]
  • The Arachne were killed off by the Egg Grape Chamber because the writers felt that the "spider ninja" villain angle had run its course and that it would be pointless to use it again.

The four heroes of the story, left to right: Sūn Wùkōng, Xuánzàng, Zhū Bājiè, and Shā Wùjìng. ... Akira Toriyama ) born on 1955-04-05,[2] in Kiyosu, Aichi Prefecture, Japan,[2] is a widely known and acclaimed Japanese manga artist known mostly for his work in the Dragon Ball metaseries, as well as the media franchise of the same name which he began in 1984. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Bugs Bunny is an Academy Award-winning animated rabbit who appears in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series of animated films produced by Warner Bros. ... Looney Tunes opening title Looney Tunes is a Warner Brothers animated cartoon series which ran in many movie theatres from 1930 to 1969. ... Disney may refer to: The Walt Disney Company and its divisions, including Walt Disney Pictures. ... John Denver and the Muppets: A Christmas Together The Muppets are a group of puppets and costume characters created by Jim Henson and the company he created. ... Michaelangelo toy The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT), created by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird in 1984, debuted in the world of American comics. ... Jazz Jackrabbit Jazz Jackrabbit is the title character of a series of platform games. ... In the fictional universes of the Sonic the Hedgehog series, there exist a variety of important technology. ... Edgar Allan Poe (January 19, 1809 – October 7, 1849) was an American poet, short story writer, playwright, editor, literary critic, essayist and one of the leaders of the American Romantic Movement. ... The Raven as illustrated by Gustave Doré. The Raven is a narrative poem by American writer and poet Edgar Allan Poe. ... The House of Acorn is a royal family of anthropomorphic squirrels from the Sonic the Hedgehog SatAM cartoon and Archie Comics // In some of the fictional universes inhabited by versions of Sonic the Hedgehog, The House of Acorn is a line of monarchs that have traditionally ruled over the the...

References

  1. ^ Sonic the Hedgehog #21
  2. ^ Sonic the Hedgehog #128
  3. ^ http://sonichq.mobiusforum.net/newsite/general/profiles/index.php/letter.Nack%20the%20Weasel/series. Nack's profile in the Archie Comics section of the Encyclopedia on Sonic HQ.
  4. ^ http://sonichq.mobiusforum.net/newsite/comics/kbsonicoverview.php Antagonists 3rd Tier Characters
  5. ^ http://sonichq.mobiusforum.net/newsite/comics/kbsonicoverview.php Antagonists 3rd Tier Characters
  6. ^ http://sonichq.mobiusforum.net/newsite/comics/kbsonicoverview.php Antagonists 3rd Tier Characters
  7. ^ http://sonichq.mobiusforum.net/newsite/comics/kbsonicoverview.php Antagonists 3rd Tier Characters
  8. ^ http://sonichq.mobiusforum.net/newsite/comics/kbsonicoverview.php Antagonists 1st Tier Villains

 
 

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