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Cubot is a character that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series and its spin-offs published by Archie Comics. He is the counterpart of Cubot from another reality and a robot lackey created by Dr. Eggman.

Appearance

Like his Prime Zone's counterpart, Cubot is a diminutive robot, but slightly taller than Orbot. He has a black square head with a flatten, yet wider yellow square cap on top and a larger black square on the bottom, the latter which resembles a jaw. His jaw can separate from his head to reveal a light blue cover resembling a mouth. He also has two grey-framed and pupil-less light blue eyes. His chest consists of a smaller yellow cube and he has yellow gloves for hands. His arms and back consist each of two thin grey bars that are joined by a black and yellow ball joint. His lower body is a black open cube with a grey inside and a ball joint connecting it to his back.

History

Orbot and Cubot were sent by Dr. Eggman to capture Wisps at his Interstellar Amusement Park alongside some Egg Pawns. They failed when Sonic the Hedgehog came to save the Wisps, forcing Cubot to run away.[1]

Orbot and Cubot later returned to aid Eggman and Metal Sonic when they attempted to defeat Sonic in the Olympics. However, they fled after Metal Sonic's defeat.[2]

See also

References

  1. Sonic the Hedgehog #219, "Sonic Colors"
  2. Sonic the Hedgehog #242, "Olympic Trials"

External links

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