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The Cube Wispon is an object that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series and its spin-offs published by IDW Publishing. It is a Wispon that is themed after the Blue Wisp.



Modeled after the Blue Wisp, the Cube Wispon is a Wispon in the shape of a hammer. It has a cube-shaped blue head with a gray metal plate covering the front and top, and it possesses a hexagon-shaped yellow face. Also, on the head's sides it has three white circles aligned horizontally along the middle. Also, on the back of its head, it has yellow groves. Lastly, a short black handle with a yellow pommel extends from the bottom of the head.

Features and abilities

The Cube Wispon's signature function is its ability to hold Blue Wisps inside it and harness their energies to power itself. Without a Blue Wisp inside it, the Cube Wispon is useless.

Being built to clear out crowds of robots, the Cube Wispons must possess a widespread attack range.[1] Additionally, it is also capable of creating large, blue blocks.[2]




Mimic using the Cube Wispon, from Sonic the Hedgehog: Tangle & Whisper #3.

The Cube Wispons were built to clear out crowds of robots using the Blue Wisps' power.[1]

As a member of the Diamond Cutters, Mimic would use a Cube Wispon built by Smithy the Lion on missions. In one particular mission, he used the weapon's ability to create blue cubes, allowing himself and his teammates to scale the perimeter wall of one of Dr. Eggman's bases as they escaped.[2]


When a Badnik force attacked a town, a resident used a Cube Wispon in an effort to try fighting them. The resident, however, got overwhelmed, but thankfully Sonic showed up on time to defeat the Badniks and get the resident back on his feet with his Cube Wispon in hand.[3]


See also


  1. 1.0 1.1 Sonic the Hedgehog #8, "Silent Support"
  2. 2.0 2.1 Sonic the Hedgehog: Tangle & Whisper #3, "Betrayal"
  3. Sonic the Hedgehog #1, "Fallout, Part 1"
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