Storm the Albatross is a character that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series and its spin-offs published by IDW Publishing. He is an anthropomorphic albatross, an expert Extreme Gear rider, and the enforcer of the Babylon Rogues.
Storm is an anthropomorphic albatross of hulking physique with grey feathers and white feathers covering his body. He has blue eyes, a gold beak and his hair is short but similar to Wave's hair.
For attire, he wears tan gloves with black bands, small yellow goggles, a necklace with small gray pieces, and black, yellow, white and grey sneakers with sock-like cuffs.
Bonds of Friendship
Storm and his gang eventually broke into the Mineral Museum in Spiral Hill Village in the middle of the day. Upon their arrival, Storm followed Jet's instructions and began grabbing as many of the museum's exhibitions as possible. Along the way, however, Storm saw what appears to be a giant shiny stone. In actuality though, it was just a cowering Jewel with her rainbow-like exoskeleton. Despite this, Storm kidnapped Jewel and placed her in his bag, believing Jet would like it. Afterward, Storm made a hasty retreat back to the Babylon Rogues' blimp with his friends. There, Storm tried to show Jet and Wave the gem he had collected, only to discover that the gem was actually a person when he pulled Jewel out of his bag. Soon after, Tangle and Whisper arrived, demanding Jewel be handed back. After Jet and Wave had argued over how to deal with this situation, Jet grew tired of arguing and asked for Storm to throw everyone out. When Storm complied by throwing Jewel out of the blimp however, Jet scolded Storm for making them look violent. Not long after, Storm and his friends were kept from arguing further by Tangle, who said she and Whisper had it under control. After Storm and his friends then received a threat from Tangle about not coming to her village again, Tangle leapt out of the blimp with the stolen goods. The Babylon Rogues decided not to chase them however, as today had already been a hassle.
All or Nothing
The Babylon Rogues were later contacted by Amy Rose to meet her and a group of survivors from the Metal Virus on Angel Island. There, they were told that they were needed to help steal the Chaos Emeralds from a group called the Deadly Six. Jet showed little care to help Sonic and his allies unless the reward was big enough. Even when Wave pointed out that they still needed the world's resources, Jet felt as if they could figure it out on their own without having to become "goodie-goodies"; Storm backed Jet up on his stance but noted that he liked to eat. Sonic managed to appeal to the Babylon Rogues once he told Jet that he needed his help and the world needed the "Legendary Wind Master". 
Storm and his crew witnessed Eggman and Tails build a Multi-Portal Generator with the Warp Topaz that would take everyone where they need to go an instant. Sonic returned from his run and had come up with a plan for who should be assigned with who and what Zeti they should go after. He told the Babylon Rogues that they were to take on Master Zik, and though he was old, he was craftier than all of the Deadly Six combined. Despite this, the team were confident that they could take him on easily, with Storm noting that he was not afraid to hit an old man. Once Tails and Eggman set the coordinates for everyone to move out, Storm and his team went through the Warp Portal to Winterburg. The Babylon Rogues immediately tried to get the jump on Master Zik, but the Zeti used his powers to take over their Extreme Gear and knock them off. After jumping onto Jet's board, the hawk is immediately angered. When noting that they were surrounded by Zombots, Jet taunted Master Zik by asking if he could not fight on his own. Master Zik told them that he retired from the battlefield long ago but would not mind teaching the Rogues a few lessons. Storm and his crew jumped at Master Zik; he and Wave were hit by their own boards. Storm and Wave soon found themselves surrounded by Zombots.
One of Storm's most defining traits is his lack of intelligence. Far from the sharpest tool in the shed, he is dim-witted and often takes things too literally. He can also quick to act and careless, like when he mistook a cowering Jewel for a gemstone after only seeing her rainbow-colored exoskeleton from behind. He also gets happy and upset in a childish manner quite fast, hinting a simple mindset.
Powers and abilities
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Head writer Ian Flynn has revealed on Twitter that Storm's measurements are the same as those of his game counterpart.