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Quotation1 Well, as I always say, when diplomacy fails--blow them up!! Quotation2
— Dr. Eggman, Sonic Universe #45

Dr. Eggman is a character that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series and its spin-offs published by Archie Comics. He is the alternate reality counterpart of Dr. Eggman from the In Another Time, In Another Place Zone. A mad scientist, he is the arch-enemy of Sonic the Hedgehog.


Eggman is identical in appearance and wardrobe to his Prime Zone counterpart, though during the Olympics he did briefly disguise himself as a referee.


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During an attempt to take over the Little Planet, Dr. Eggman unleashed his Metal Sonic robot to destroy his hated foe Sonic the Hedgehog, but failed.[1]

Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II

Eventually, Eggman had a showdown with Sonic onboard his E.G.G. Station, only for the hedgehog to destroy his Egg Destroyer Battlesuit, along with the station. With the return of the Little Planet however, Eggman set out to defeat Sonic once and for all by salvaging Metal Sonic.[1]

Sonic Unleashed

Eggman later constructed a powerful fleet of spaceships to attack the planet and was confronted by Super Sonic, but revealed that it had all been a trap. He was able to drain Super Sonic's energy and use it to shatter the planet into several large fragments in his bid to release a powerful creature, but ended up transforming Sonic into the Werehog as a result. Terrified, Eggman had him removed from the ship.[2]

Sonic Colors

After thwarting his scheme, a back-to-normal Sonic would continue to plague Eggman. The next occasion was on a space station amusement park Eggman created with sinister intentions for the Wisps.[3]

Olympic Trials

In spite of Metal Sonic's past failures, Eggman gave his mechanical minion another chance during the Olympics. After capturing Sonic's various friends using booby-trapped equipment, Orbot and Cubot, and his Caterkiller robots, Eggman challenged Sonic to defeat Metal Sonic in order to save his friends. However, Sonic managed to achieve victory by channeling the spirit of the Olympics, and forced Eggman to flee.[4]

See also


  1. 1.0 1.1 Sonic Super Special Magazine #3, "Time for a Comeback"
  2. Sonic the Hedgehog #193, "Sonic Unleashed!"
  3. Sonic the Hedgehog #219, "Sonic Colors"
  4. Sonic the Hedgehog #242, "Olympic Trials"

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