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Professor Gazebo Boobowski would have been the father of Tiara Boobowski. He was a character created for the cancelled video game Sonic X-treme. In the most known storyline, he and his daughter were the guardians of the six magical Rings of Order, as well as the ancient art of Ring smithing.

Appearance

Gazebo is an anthropomorphic Manx cat of a large stature with a bushy beard and thick eyebrows.

Potential Roles in Sonic X-treme

"Sonic Mars"

In the "Sonic Mars" storyline by Michael Kosaka, King Cyberooski was the elderly and benevolent leader of Micro Mobius. The King Cyberooski concept evolved into Gazebo Boobowski.

"SonicBOOM"

In the "SonicBOOM" storyline by Chris Senn, Sonic the Hedgehog meets Professor Boobowski, the only man in Mobius who can save him. He tells Sonic that he needs to collect the cure ingredients from different worlds as quickly as possible. Professor Boobowski takes the ingredients from Sonic as he gets them and begins preparing the wonder cure. Dr. Robotnik kidnaps the professor just prior to Sonic acquiring the last ingredient.[2]

"Sonic DOOM"

In the "Sonic DOOM" storyline by Chris Senn and Richard Wheeler, Gazebo Boobowski is the only man who knows the Cure to the deadly DoomVirus. "Booby" lives rather eccentrically in his Castle of Light on top of the hill. A passion for the unknown led this kooky little man to the study of everything about Chaos Emeralds.[3]

Trivia

  • Ian Flynn said on several occasions on his message board and Twitter that given the go-ahead and the opportunity, he would have liked to incorporate Gazebo and Tiara Boobowski into the Archie Comics.
    • However, according to a more recent Q&A before the end of Sega's partnership with Archie, Ian Flynn has said Gazebo and his daughter would never be featured in the comic books, and could not disclose the legal reasons as to why.[4]

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References

  1. Senn, Chris (25 December 2005). Tiara!. Senntient.com Forums. Archived from the original on 30 January 2009.
  2. Senn, Chris. SonicBOOM. Sonic Xtreme Compendium (SXC). Archived from the original on 16 April 2009.
  3. Senn, Chris; Wheeler, Richard (17 January 1996). Sonic DOOM. Sonic Xtreme Compendium (SXC). Archived from the original on 2 December 2008.
  4. Flynn, Ian (5 May 2015). Ian Flynn on Twitter. Twitter. Archived from the original on 11 July 2019.
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