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    The Syndicate 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/syndicate_stc_5147.pngA terrorist group led by Doctor Zachary. From their flying fortress, the Death Carrier, they planned to use the Chaos Siphon to set off a chain reaction that would have destroyed Mobius.


Doctor Zachary

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Click here to see Doctor Zachary during his first appearance 
An elderly, white-furred male echidna, and an enemy of Knuckles the Echidna. He first appeared in Issue 65. Zachary is one of only three Echidnas known to still be alive. He has secret knowledge of the Echidna people, and may even know where they went.


  • Arch-Enemy: He is Knuckles's arch enemy.
  • Arm Cannon: After his first appearance his right arm is replaced with a laser cannon.
  • Artificial Limbs: After falling of the floating island he was horribly injured, Robotnik saved Zachary's life by integrating him with Badnik technology, replacing his right arm with a laser cannon.
  • The Big Bad: Of The Syndicate making him the Big Bad of the Sonic Adventure 2 arc.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Dr. Zachary calls himself evil; ("Knuckles never expected that I could be evil!").
  • Disney Villain Death: He falls from the Floating Island, however this is subverted, while airborne, Zachary was able to use his Guardian Robot's body to soften his landing, but the impact left him horribly injured.
  • The Dragon: In the Knuckles story leading up issue 100 as we as issue 100 he was Robotnik's dragon.
  • Evil Albino
  • The Evil Genius: Of The Syndicate making him the Evil Genius of the Sonic Adventure 2 arc.
  • Faux Affably Evil: At first look Zachary seems like an well educated and intelligent person, this serves to hide his sociopathic tendencies. Beneath his calm exterior lies a mad mind with zero empathy for others. He showed no qualms nor regret for the destruction of the Special Zone, an act that killed thousands, maybe even millions of innocent lives. Combined with sadistic mocking of others and you got yourself a real genuine, first-class sociopath.
  • Lackof Empathy
  • Mad Scientist
  • Never Found the Body: So of course Zachary returned.
  • Omnicidal Maniac
  • The Sociopath
  • Two-Faced: After falling of the floating island he was horribly injured, Robotnik saved Zachary's life by integrating him with Badnik technology, replacing the entire right side of his head and face.

Shadow The Hedgehog

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/shadow_STC_2424.pngA member of Doctor Zachary's Syndicate, the Ultimate Lifeform, an artificial being created as a weapon by the Drakon Empire to destroy Mobius during the ancient war between the Echidnas and the Drakons.


Vichama

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Click here to see his True appearance. 
"Psst! Knuckles, I'm the God of Death, mate, what do you think the plan is?"
A member of Doctor Zachary's The Syndicate, in truth the God of Death.


Doctor Ivo Robotnik

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Click here to see his Post-Transformation appearance 
Click here to see his Pre-Transformation appearance 
Doctor Ivo Robotnik is the primary antagonist of Sonic the Comic and the sworn enemy of Sonic the Hedgehog. Born Ovi Kintobor, a laboratory "accident" (later revealed to be caused by Sonic) turned the mild mannered professor into an evil, tyrannical doctor with a thirst for power. He soon conquered Mobius and transformed its citizens into mobile, mechanical weapons known as Badniks. Sonic and his Freedom Fighters fought him for years until he was finally defeated and lost his reign over the planet. Several more years followed with many attempts to regain power. However, Robotnik never truly did regain power and went insane, trying to destroy the world on more than one occasion.


Rouge the Bat

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rogue_4050.pngA member of Doctor Zachary's The Syndicate, Secretly working for Master Scholar, one of the leaders of the Drakon Empire.


    The Drakon Empire 
The Drakon Empire is an inter-galactic empire that presumably encompasses several planets and species. The centre is Drak, home to a race of fish people called the Drakon people. Society is led by Master Scholar (House of Knowledge), Sister Haggra (House of Magic) and Emperor Brokken (House of War). The Empire's main goal is to relocate their Chaos Emeralds, ancient stones stolen by an old Echidna tribe that contain their store of Chaos energy. With these, they can rule the entire universe.


Tropes for the Drakon Empire as a whole:
  • Alien Invasion: Eight thousand years ago the Drakons invaded Mobius to get the Echidna's Emeralds to store Chaos Energy creating the Chaos Emeralds which the Echidnas stole back which started the Great War between the Drakons and the Echidnas. Currectly the Drakons are trying invade Mobius again using Robotnik as a proxy-ruler.
  • Always Chaotic Evil: Subverted by the Drakons which help Blaze.
  • Big Bad: Of the second Robotnik war arc with Robotnik as their Dragon-in-Chief.
  • The Empire
  • Mobile Suit Drakon: The Drakons use a humanoid-robot exoskeletons to move about on land.
  • Talking Animal: Unlike the Mobians the Drakon are talking fish in humanoid-robot exoskeletons.
  • Villain Pedigree: Took this from Badniks for a while.

Emperor Ko-Dorr

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/emperorkodorr_2916.jpgEmperor Ko-Dorr is a Drakon, and the former leader of the House of War.

In his first appearance in Sonic the Comic, he came into contact with Dr Robotnik, brought to the Drakon Empire by a Prosecutor. While initially the Drakons were curious as to who had discovered the secrets of the Mobius Ring on Flickies' Island, Ko-Dorr's attention shifted to Sonic the Hedgehog, Robotnik telling the Emperor that the hedgehog was guilty of crimes against the Drakon Empire, through the destruction of a Sentinel. Ko-Dorr and Robotnik thus made a deal: The Drakons would provide Robotnik with resources and transport, and he in turn would deliver the Chaos Emeralds, allowing Ko-Dorr to rule the House of Magic and House of Knowledge in addition to his own House of War, but the first priority was to deal with Sonic. The hedgehog was brought to the House of War and entered into a Trial by Combat against a Knuckles Metallix, Ko-Dorr presiding as judge. When Sonic was victorious, with a little help from Tails, Ko-Dorr saw that the hedgehog was safely returned home, but was left with a promise that the Drakons hadn't seen the last of Sonic.

Later, Sister Haggra revealed to Ko-Dorr and Master Scholar that Sonic was the key to the Drakons obtaining the Chaos Emeralds, but Ko-Dorr was forced to feign ignorance and pretend not to know the hedgehog. The Emperor soon after visited Flickies' Island to bring his plan forward. The intent was to bring Sonic in and interrogate him on the whereabouts of the Emeralds, but the hedgehog wiped out every Drakon invading the Emerald Hill Zone, including a Master Sentinel. To the Emperor's good fortune though, Grimer, switched sides to join the Drakons, claiming to have had enough of working for Robotnik.

In the House of War, Grimer revealed that the Emeralds were indeed on the Floating Island, but warned Ko-Dorr of Knuckles and his Guardian Robots. Pre-occupied with planning his invasion, the Emperor had no interest in dealing with Hobson and Choy, who had defaced his statue, planning to decide on their punishment 'in a year or two.' When the Drakons later invaded the Floating Island, Ko-Dorr remained in touch with Grimer, who was leading the invasion, from the House of War. What happened to him and the other Drakons when Robotnik reshaped the universe is unknown.

Sonic the Comic Online revealed that Ko-Dorr has since been deposed and replaced by the as-yet unseen Emperor Brokken. Ko-Dorr's current whereabouts are unknown.


  • Big Bad Triumvirate: With Master Scholar and Sister Haggra, Emperor Ko-Dorr is one of the three rulers of the Drakon Empire.
  • The Emperor: The former emperor of the Drakon Empire and formerly one the co-rulers along with Master Scholar and Sister Haggra.

Master Scholar

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"I always think many moves ahead, Sister. Always."
Master Scholar is a leading figure in the Drakon Empire, sitting at the very top of the House of Knowledge. Along with Sister Haggra and, Emperor Brokken, Scholar controlled all aspects of Drakon life.


  • Big Bad Triumvirate: With Sister Haggra and Emperor Brokken, Master Scholar is one of the three rulers of the Drakon Empire.

Sister Haggra

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/sisterhaggra_9894.pngSister Haggra is a Drakon and the leader of the House of Magic.

In her first appearance, she was seen with Master Scholar and Emperor Ko-Dorr using the Vapours of Destiny to reveal who could bring the Chaos Emeralds to the Drakons. Not knowing the identity of Sonic, the figure within the mists, she pressed Scholar and Ko-Dorr for answers, but Scholar knew nothing of Sonic, and Ko-Dorr was forced to lie, saying the off-worlder he'd recently put on trial was taller and purple.


  • Big Bad Triumvirate: With Emperor Brokken and Master Scholar, Sister Haggra is one of the three rulers of the Drakon Empire.
  • Seer: She can use the Vapours of Destiny to reveal things.

Emperor Brokken

Emperor Brokken is the current leader of the Drakon House of War. He has not made an actual appearance as of yet, but in Sonic the Comic Online Issue 236, Sonic discovered from Drakon civilians that Emperor Ko-Dorr had been deposed sometime between then and his failed attack on the Floating Island in Issue 125. Brokken's handling of Drakon military issues has yet to be witnessed firsthand, but he is likely playing a pivotal role in the Empire's current campaign against Mobius.


  • Big Bad Triumvirate: With Master Scholar and Sister Haggra, Emperor Brokken is one of the three rulers of the Drakon Empire.
  • The Emperor: Of the Drakon Empire and one the co-rulers along with Master Scholar and Sister Haggra.
  • The Unseen: Emperor Brokken has yet not made an appearance.

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    The Family 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/the_family_stc_9658.pngA criminal organization of insects from the Special Zone under the leadership of the spider Don Long Legs. Though originally from the Special Zone, The Family was tipped off by Grimer about the Syndicate destroying the Special Zone as a plot to make Sonic's world plagued by mob activity.


Tropes for The Family as a whole:

Don Long-Legs

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/don_long_legs_4413.pngThe boss of criminal organisation The Family. The Don is a highly-secretive spider, spending almost all of his time with Max Gamble in the Roulette Palace.


Max Gamble

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"Life's a gamble when you mess with Max!"
He is a sleazy businessman and con artist from the Casino Night Zone. Making his first appearance in Sonic the Comic Issue 81, Gamble owned one of the many gambling establishments in the zone.


  • Con Man: Gamble tried to sale Eldorado businessmen some robots that were purposely faulty: Gamble had planned for the robots to go beserk whilst on the job, but his demonstration model went crazy before the sale.
  • Early Installment Weirdness: In his first appearance, Max was a huge, imposing monitor lizard. Subsequent appearances made him smaller and less intimidating, and after #100 he had a consistent look as a more cartoonishly-evil, thinner lizard.
  • The Face: He now acts as the Don's "legitimate" front man of The Family.
  • Falsely Reformed Villain: Max Gamble has allegedly gone straight becoming a zone leader and Gamble helping insect refugees from the Special Zone (who are certainly not Family members) out of the goodness of his heart, the truth is that Gamble is working for Don Long-Legs head of The Family.
    • He still suffers the watchful eyes of the Freedom Fighters from time to time, but has not been seen doing anything outwardly criminal in front of them - Sonic only saw him in the same room as the Don when the hedgehog himself was a wanted criminal. Max has even helped the Freedom Fighters against Bleed, and worked with them to get Fabian Vane's concert secured.
  • The Mafia: He is gangster and now the front man of The Family.

Harvestman

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/harvestman_506.pngA member of The Family who works under Don Long-Legs, primarily as an assassin.


Herne

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/herne_stc_5457.pngA member of The Family who works under Don Long-Legs, primarily as the enforcer. He is much larger than all other insects, making him the ideal "muscle".


Oscura

[[quoteright:297:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/oscura_stc_3841.pngHe works for The Family as a psychologist, and is the Don's top lieutenant. He is equipped with psychic powers which he uses to get inside peoples' heads, in more ways than one, as well as sustain limited flight, not to mention some degree of telekinetic ability. In his own words, he specialises in analysing his enemies' weaknesses, then using his powers to tear down their emotional walls.


Zip

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/zip_stc_6528.pngA flea who works for The Family. By far the smallest member of the criminal organisation.


    Babylon Rogues 
A trio of birds from Mobius who take part in a dangerous race in an attempt to gain entry to the magical island of Babylon. Comprising of Jet the Hawk, Wave the Swallow and Storm the Albatross.


Tropes for the Babylon Rogues as a whole:

Jet the Hawk

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jet_stc_9484.pngA member of the racing trio, the "Babylon Racers", who descended from older racers that had ascended to the island of Babylon.


Wave the Swallow

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/wave_stc_1219.pngShe is one of the three Babylon Rogues. The bird is the only female member of the team and, presumably, acts as the group's mechanic.


Storm the Albatross

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/storm_stc_476.pngA member of the Babylon Rogues, Storm's brutish nature makes him the muscle of the trio. However, his strength has replaced his intelligence and the bird sounds extremely stupid whenever he talks and simply laughing whenever Jet the Hawk or Wave the Swallow taunts Sonic the Hedgehog or Tails.


    League of Super-Evil Villains 

Grand Chef Whip

The League's leader, and head of the Doctor Robotnik Appreciation Tribe. Easily frustrated at his comrades' shortcomings. While certainly villainous, he's not afraid of abandoning his group when failure rears its ugly head.


The Leaf

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/the_leaf_2191.pngA minor villain in Sonic the Comic who fancied himself as a rival to Miles "Tails" Prower. The small creature was a "master thief", using his mechanical wings to quickly infiltrate a target and speed off with the loot.


  • Easy Impersonation: His similar shape to Tails, as well as his airborne abilities, led people to wrongly assume that Tails had become a criminal, not that The Leaf planned this.
  • Impossible Thief

Windy Wallis

Insane ex-weatherwoman. Notably talkative. Wields a miniaturized weather machine and frequently gets into arguments with The Leaf.


Tyson Dense

Mad polluter. Dense has armed himself with extendable punching gloves, a red-hot oil gun and several polluto-bombs. He also doesn't seem to be a good traveller, though this may be down to The Leaf's driving or his own "polluto-bombs".


Bob

A single Plax, expelled by his creators for not being part of the group mind. This seems to have given him a slight inferiority complex. He's either not particularly clever, or the League just don't deem him important enough to know any of the details.


Doctor Genius

Egotistical criminal scientist and the League's newest member. Has elected himself leader in Whip's absense.


Fockewulf De Shrike

An assassin from Mobius. The bird is wanted in nine Zones for kidnapping, assassination and sabotage.


    Death-Trap 

Death-Trap

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/deathtrap_3740.jpgDeath Trap were a team of mercenaries hired to capture Sonic the Hedgehog in the world of Shanazar, after Sonic had rescued several children from being merged with genies (a ritual that protected the Kingdom of Shanazar). Consisting of Kalus (the leader, made of stone), Prank (able to summon a genie) and Totem Billy (a scout, amazingly keen sense of smell and long-range vision), they first appeared in Issue 157 after Sonic escaped from prison. Hired by Doctor Robotnik to capture Sonic and bring him to Princess Kupacious, the crew made a decent effort of knocking Sonic about, until the hedgehog realised he didn't need to fight this battle, and fled. Totem Billy, however, was able to follow his scent.

Death Trap eventually returned in Issue 163, back on the trail of Sonic after Totem Billy recovered from a cold. They discover that Sonic is in an isolated city, but are stopped by Medusa, whose glare turns Prank and Totem Billy into stone. Kalus, already made of stone, heads to attack Medusa, but crumbles into sand after a delayed reaction. Later, Sonic notes that the two stony members of Death Trap won't be hunting him anymore, but comes face to face with a sandy Kalus. Sonic uses this to his advantage, destroying Kalus and using the ensuing sand cloud to defeat Medusa. With that, Death Trap were effectively no more. They've resurfaced alive as of Issue 263.


  • Badass Bikers
  • Bounty Hunters
  • Liliputians: They were only a few microns high, because the planet of Shanazar is the size of an atom but after Shanazar merged with Mobius they became normal size.

Kalus

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Click here to see his current appearance. 
Kalus was a member of Death-Trap. The bulky man, leader of the gang of three, was made of stone and possessed immense strength and stamina. Along with Prank and Totem Billy, the Shanazar resident was hired by Doctor Robotnik to track down criminal Sonic the Hedgehog.

It is possible that Kalus is still alive if he could rebuild his sandy body. He could, therefore, be in one of the New Zones of Mobius, still tracking down Sonic. In fact, he turned up alive in issue 263, 100 issues since his last appearance!


Prank

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/prank_1962.jpgPrank was a resident of Shanazar and member of Death-Trap, a group of hired mercenaries. Prank's role in the trio was to summon a genie to do his bidding, suggesting he was a child chosen to visit the Mystic Mountain. He was killed when Medusa turned him to stone.

He later turned up alive to hunt Sonic again.


  • Older Than He Looks: If he was a child chosen to visit the Mystic Mountain because when the children make the deal the genies age to old age.

Totem Billy

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/totembilly_5853.jpgTotem Billy was a mercenary with Death-Trap. By using his ability to smell targets and see them from great distances, he, along with Kalus and Prank, was one of the most feared men in Shanazar.

He later turned up alive to hunt Sonic again.


    Other Villians 

Super Sonic

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"The cute blue hedgehog is gone - now you're against Super Sonic! And it ain't gonna be pretty."
Super Sonic is a powered-up form of Sonic the Hedgehog, a psychotic demon-like entity who manifests himself in Sonic's body under conditions of extreme stress or exposure to chaos energy. Sonic frequently had to battle to keep this alter-ego in check, because Super Sonic's immense destructive powers, hyperaggression, sadistic humour and lack of restraint frequently endangered innocent civilians and even Sonic's own friends, he eventually became his own character.


  • Adaptational Villainy: Unlike the other versions he is a total Sociopath.
  • Amnesiacs Are Innocent
  • Arch-Enemy: He is one of Sonic's along with Robotnik.
  • Ax-Crazy
  • Back for the Finale
  • The Dreaded: He is this to everybody on Mobius justified by the fact he is insane, and evil, sadistic, psychopathic... and equipped with the power of the Chaos Emeralds.
  • Enemy Without: Got separated from Sonic.
  • Energy Being: He is made of Evil Chaos energy.
  • Evil Counterpart: He has all of Sonic's powers and Sonic's bad traits taken Up to Eleven.
  • Evil Laugh: He gives one when he thinks he has killed the freedom fighters.
  • Eye Beams: He can fire beams of Chaos Energy out of his eyes.
  • Fangs Are Evil
  • Heel–Face Turn: Because of Identity Amnesia.
  • Hero Killer
  • Hedgehog Abomination: Made of Chaos Energy.
  • Identity Amnesia: Becomes a nice guy when he temporarily looses his memories. But becomes haunted for a long time by recurring nightmares of a demonic creature destroying the world and saving him for last. Eventually, he discovers these are actually representations of his past destructive urges, remembering in full that he was once the evil, chaotic Super Sonic. This leads him to refuse to use his powers lest he become corrupted by them once more - indeed, each time he taps into chaos energy or his inert powers, he reverts to his crazy self. His desire to not become a demon again ends in tragedy, as he is corrupted by the power of all seven emeralds - while attempting to save his own life nonetheless - and he is promptly merged back with Sonic, seemingly ending the pacifist Super Sonic's life.
  • In-Series Nickname: Demon.
  • The Juggernaut: He possesses all of Sonic's powers but amped up by a tremendous amount. He is many times stronger and faster than his blue counterpart, and is all-but invincible; It takes enormous kinetic damage, accompanied by extreme exhaustion, in order to defeat him.
  • Knight of Cerebus
  • Lack of Empathy
  • Made of Evil: Made of Evil Chaos Energy.
  • Nice Guy: He becomes one when he looses his memories.
  • Omnicidal Maniac
  • Person of Mass Destruction
  • Physical God: Super Sonic seems to verge on this, especially towards the end of the arc where Sonic was trapped in the Special Zone. Besides his immense strength and speed (both enough to easily annihilate enemies who Sonic was all but helpless against) and flight, he's also so powerful that the Omniviewer was unable to stop time for him (only slow it enough to ensure that crossing several inches would take years) was able to remain fully aware even while in a state of slowed time, and was able to gather enough charged particles to turn an asteroid into a miniature sun (which then exploded with enough force to bathe the entire surface of Mobius in a powerful electromagnetic pulse). It's occasionally said that he is powerful enough to destroy a planet.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning
  • Evil Sealed Inside A Sonic Shaped Can And Then Inside A Omni-viewer Shaped Can
  • Slasher Smile
  • Super-Powered Evil Side: To Sonic
  • Super Speed: He has Sonic's super speed taken Up to Eleven.
  • Wingding Eyes: His eyes are permanently spirals.

Grimer

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Grimer_144_1988.jpgRobotnik's former chief scientist and most loyal toady.


  • Affably Evil: Grimer is genuinely cheerful, pleasant, optimistic, and so very, very happy in his work.
  • Ambiguous Species: It's never quite said what he is, but he looks neither human nor animal.
  • Dirty Coward: Constantly. In practically his only direct combat role, he shoots Amy in the back - and he only does that after all the other heroes are down.
  • Dragon Ascendant
  • Evil Genius
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Even he thinks that destroying Mobius is going too far, and when it becomes clear that Robotnik has gone completely and suicidally insane, he quits.
  • Hypercompetent Sidekick:
    • Grimer was the primary designer of many of Robotnik's most dangerous warmachines and used personally comes to Robotnik's rescue on several occasions.
    • Grimer later proves just how hypercompetent he is by doing the one thing Robotnik was never able to do: make all of Mobius hate Sonic.
  • The Igor
  • Karma Houdini:
    • Despite the fact he played a fundamental role in Robotnik's schemes, designed and built most of the badniks, was entirely culpable for releasing Chaos and therefore Johnny Lightfoot's death and (unlike Robotnik) has no excuse for his evil ways, Grimer strides out of the series scot-free and unrepentant, with a triumphant 'I quit!'.
    • After revealing that he's the reason that Sonic is now public enemy #1 on Mobius, he's all too happy to declare he's in a dimension that Sonic can never reach him and tell him goodbye for the last time. Which makes it two times he has bowed out of the series without punishment.
  • Mad Scientist
  • Monstrous Humanoid: See Obviously Evil.
  • Non-Action Guy: He mostly stands out thanks to his smarts. He isn't a fighter.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain:
    • He's usually seen in Robotnik's shadow, carrying out his orders with obsequious alacrity or nervous meekness as the situation demands. When Robotnik needs to be rescued, however, Grimer becomes a Chess Master to be reckoned with. And at one point when Sonic is captured, he turns downright scary.
    • Then he later reveals to Sonic that HE'S the reason everyone on Mobius thinks Sonic is an evil jerk that can't be trusted and ensured that he's now public enemy #1. All because Sonic drove Dr. Robotnik insane, which left Grimer with no one to follow.
  • Obviously Evil: Let's see... Evil Eyebrows, Red Eyes, Take Warning, Villainous Cheekbones, Bald of Evil with what hair he has crafted into Spikes of Villainy. Somewhat balanced out by his good manners and natty little bowtie.
  • Shout-Out: A character bio in one issue gave his surname as Wormtongue. Writer Nigel Kitching subsequently clarified that this was added in by the editor, and isn't Grimer's surname in the story.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Robotnik.
  • The Watson: Robotnik often has to explain his plans in little bitesize pieces to Grimer, even when they are achingly simple.
  • Yes-Man

Nack the Weasel

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/nack_1395.pngA former member of the Chaotix and recurring villain within Sonic the Comic, who operates both on his own and as something of a mercenary. He is notably technically minded, having developed his own weapons and tech, such as the size-altering cartridges adorning his hat, and a disrupter for use against Metallixes. Nack is also very intelligent, always thinking several moves ahead, planning for any eventuality and setting up back-up plans.


General

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/general_stco_6637.jpgThe General is the highest-rank stag in the Coal Creek Zone and the Diamond Fjord zone and Nack's right hand man.


Doctor Robotnik Appreciation Tribe (D.R.A.T.)

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/drat_stc_4569.pngA fanatical cult who revere Doctor Robotnik in a seemingly godly light. Led by Grand Chief Whip, D.R.A.T. are determined to make the people of Mobius view Robotnik as they do and to prepare the planet for the doctor's inevitable return to power. The cult's motto is "Bring back the Doctor!"


Knuckles Metallix

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/metallix_mark_3_8913.pngA very powerful Metallix model created by Doctor Robotnik some time after he was deposed. Unlike the previous models which were based on Sonic, the Mark 3 was modelled after Knuckles. It proved to be every bit as strong as the original, perhaps stronger, and remained loyal to Robotnik unlike the Brotherhood.


Buddy

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/buddy_1588.pngBuddy is the name given by Big the Cat to a former Drakon Prosecutor that lived for thousands of years as Chaos. Ever since he lost the Chaos energy that made him strong, Buddy has been trying to get this power back but has been continuously thwarted by the bumbling Big.


Nightmare Creature

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/nightmarecreature_7639.pngAn undead villain that feeds off the fear of his prey, before killing them. It was seen in Sonic the Comic Online having made Amy Rose its target. Deciding that her worst fear was of Johnny Lightfoot rising from his grave and becoming a zombie, the creature took on the form of the heroic rabbit and set his plan into motion.


  • Emotion Eater: It feeds off the fear of his prey and only has power as long his prey is afraid.
  • Graceful Loser: Takes his defeat quite well, realising it was defeated, the creature bowed to his prey.
  • Intangibility: Amy's crossbow bolts pass right though him however his scythe isn't intangible which means he can attack Amy with it.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: When his power stops working he admitts defeat and leaves.
  • Sinister Scythe: The creature can summon a scythe which it uses to attack Amy.
  • Voluntary Shape Shifting: It can take on the form of Johnny and Johnny as a zombie.
  • We Will Meet Again: Its warning to Amy —>"But don't think you've seen the last of me. You cover your fear with bravado and jokes... I think I'll save you for a snack!".

Neo Metallix

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"This is your tomb. You'll die here, Sonic hated and alone. And Me? I am the new model Metallix!"
The latest model of Metallix created by Grimer.


Bean the Dynamite

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/bean_stc_4286.pngThe head of security of the Casino Night Zone. He has a specialty in explosives.


The Void

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/void_stco_486.jpgThe Void is presented as the most dangerous being to ever exist in Maginary World. She plans to obtain the Precioustone to give herself "unlimited power". To achieve this, she is playing a "game of cosmic proportions" to defeat Lumina and seize control of everything.


Gizoid

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/gizoid_557.pngA name given to a robot found on the Floating Island, the robot is a prototype for an advanced Guardian Robot.


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