This character sheet includes the major characters in the Earthworm Jim franchise. Because the animated series portrayed some characters in a very different fashion to the games, appropriate character sheets will divide their profiles between a Games version and a Cartoon version.
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Game: Once an ordinary earthworm from somewhere in Texas, Jim was mutated into a new form of life when an ultra high tech indestructible super space cyber suit (more commonly called just "the Super Suit") fell from space and landed atop him. Narrowly evading the bounty hunter Psycrow, Jim learned of the existence of the evil Queen Slug-for-a-Butt and her beautiful sister Princess Whats-Her-Name, and set out to see the princess.Cartoon: As in the game, Jim was created when Psycrow lost the Super Suit and it landed on a Texan earthworm. Unlike the game, Jim instead set out to become a superhero, for reasons unknown. Flamboyant, naive, simple-minded and at least a little crazy, Jim is nevertheless one of the best heroes in the known universe.
Game: After escaping from yet another ambush by Psycrow, Jim accidentally stumbles across a wormhole and is pulled through it, crashlanding on a strange and dangerous alien world. There, he comes across an innocuous yet friendly individual, who identifies himself as Peter Puppy and explains he has the parts Jim needs to repair his Pocket Rocket and escape this hellish place; if Jim will just escort him back home... But this is easier said than done, for Peter revealed he would transform when endangered into a mindless monster that would attack Jim. Finally reaching Peter's house, Peter was good as his word, but asked to be taken away from his nightmarish homeworld as a favor, which Jim agreed to.Cartoon: Once an ordinary dog mocked by his fellow canines for being small and cowardly, Peter dared to break the Great Taboo of the Dogs — approaching a running vacuum cleaner — in an effort to prove himself. But vacuum cleaners are canine-specific trans-dimensional portals, and Peter was sucked through a wormhole to the Planet Heck, where Evil the Cat set a demonic spirit on Peter that transformed him into an anthromorphic dog — who happened to turn into a monster when hurt, scared or enraged. Banished back to Earth, Peter was outcast as a freak, until he stumbled into the path of Earthworm Jim. After a rather hostile first meeting, Jim warmed up to his "fellow freak of nature" and eagerly took Peter on as his sidekick.
Game: Sweet-hearted yet ditzy sister to Queen Slug-for-a-Butt, hearing news about the Princess is what inspires Jim to travel across the universe to save her. Their first meeting, though, is less than impressive, as a cow falls on her and knocks her out cold.Cartoon: Born hideously deformed by the standards of Insecticans, the Princess suffered countless humiliation at the hand of her malevolent sister, who refused to even allow her to have a name and banished her to the dungeons. Vowing to defeat and overthrow her sibling, the Princess trained throughout her childhood, growing up into a mighty warrior. While Earthworm Jim's insistence that they are a couple irritates her, she does consider him a good friend and appreciates his help in her efforts to try and defeat the Queen.
A strange creature that resembles a large blob of green goo with eyes, Snott is stated in the games to be a refugee from the Mucus Planet, having snuck into Jim's backpack in search of a sandwhich while Jim was recovering after defeating Major Mucus. In the cartoon, his origins are never revealed.
Game: A notorious mercenary and bounty hunter, feared for his determination, Psycrow was commissioned by Queen Slug-for-a-Butt to bring her the Super Suit newly constructed by Professor Monkey-for-a-Head. But on the way, he was attacked by an agent deployed from the Phlegm Galaxy by Major Mucus, who stole the Suit. Psycrow destroyed the agent's ship, but the suit plunged to the planet Earth, creating Earthworm Jim. Determined not to fail his mission, Psycrow stalked Jim all the way to the planet Insectica, striving to ambush Jim on each leg of his journey between planets.Cartoon: A nefarious space villain, Psycrow roams the galaxy in search of plunder and excitement. Conquest, destruction, thievery, these are all part of a day's work for a Scourge of the Spaceways. He's not above hiring himself out as a mercenary or assassin, but he's quite comfortable working for himself.
Evil the Cat
Game: Immortal incarnation of evil, this vile cat seeks to eliminate all that is good and wholesome in the universe, forever plotting and devising new methods of tormenting and corrupting from his nightmarish homeworld of Heck. His twin brother Flagitious runs the Circus of Scars, and during the summer the two switch jobs.Cartoon: Depraved ruler of Planet Heck, the source of all true evil, this mad feline yearns to destroy the universe.
Bob the Killer Goldfish (and #4)
Game: Upon a world that is almost entirely water and subaquatic mountains, Jim encounters Bob, a small fish with incredibly high intelligence. Always more intelligent than the other fish surrounding him, Bob finally dared to approach the surface, where he found the limited landmasses housed dimwitted but incredibly powerful humanoid felines. Awestruck by Bob's cowardly screams, they took him in as their god, giving him a fishbowl so that he could be carried around and guide them. Enslaving the stupid brutes, Bob used his intellect to help them construct a labyrinthine underwater city. Ambition flooding him, Bob desires to conquer the universe — but what could a fish in a bowl do to achieve that goal? Jim's Super Suit is a way to compensate for his unimposing physique, and so he yearns to claim the suit for himself.Cartoon: Fundamentally identical to the games, Bob in the cartoon series is depicted with a bombastic, evangelical personality. The planet is also renamed La Planeta de Agua (Ħarriba!).
Game: A mad genius on retention to Queen Slug-for-a-Butt, the Professor works in a nightmarish laboratory space station, creating all manner of nightmarish creations. Working without restrictions, he indulges in all manner of insane experiments, most notably an effort to improve his intelligence by grafting a monkey to his head. This backfired terribly; he now has double the headaches, the monkey continually messes up his experiments, and he can't get the shape of bananas out of his head. At the Queen's bidding for an ultra-powerful weapon to conquer the galaxy, he created the Super Suit — and then the monkey ate the blueprints. This wouldn't have been such a bother if Psycrow hadn't gone and lost the Suit. When Jim wandered into his laboratory, the Professor eagerly tried to reclaim his handiwork, but failed.Cartoon: A freelanced evil scientist, the Professor claims he was once a simple dairy farmer before he grafted a monkey to his head and became the most notorious of evil geniuses in the galaxy. Creator of the Super Suit, he can build another one whenever he wants with no problems — but the suit requires a Battery of the Gods to function, and he only had the one. When he tried to get another, he was turned into a human breadmaker and can, by focusing, produce warm fresh bread from inside his clothes. He notes this is actually kind of handy, as twisting the monkey's tail lets him make pumpernickel.
Queen Pulsating Bloated Festering Sweaty Pus-Filled Malformed Slug-for-a-Butt
Horrific ruler of the planet Insectica, the Queen reigns over all with a set of iron fists and she yearns to expand her dominion to the entire universe. Commissioning the creation of an ultra-powerful doomsday weapon from Professor Monkey-for-a-Head, the Queen was infuriated to learn the weapon had been lost. She seeks to destroy Earthworm Jim whenever possible as she hopes to reclaim the Super Suit, but she does not focus maniacally on that goal and will try to rule the universe in other ways.
Evil the Cat's #1 lackey, the masochistic Henchrat lives to obey Evil's every command, thanking him with genuine delight for his abuse. When not on the clock, Henchrat enjoys jumping up and down on hats... while people are still wearing them.
A twisted opposite of Jim spawned when a distorted photo-copied image of Jim was exposed to toxic waste, Evil Jim yearns to destroy his heroic counterpart.