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You can see his original design in this archived 1UP story recapping the contest. While Mr. Needlemouse was a clear hero, the development team working on what would become Sonic the Hedgehog fell in love with this round man and felt he needed to be included in some way.
The development team in Japan named the new character Doctor Eggman a reference to The Beatles song. But when Sonic the Hedgehog was released in the US on June 23, , the instruction manual listed him as Doctor Ivo Robotnik.
So where did Robotnik come from? In , Game Informer spoke with the head of the Sonic team , Takashi Iizuka, to understand the shift.
Of course, this was without consulting the people who made the game. They just kind of went off and did it. This led to a problem: When the game was released in Japan on July 26, , the instruction book listed him as Doctor Eggman.
So now they had the same character with two different names. Arguably the US version was released first, but internally the Sega team never saw that as the official name.
The names created so much confusion that Sega decided to unify everything in with Sonic Adventure. Since then, Sega has attempted to establish a canonical name for him.
In an official Sega interview from , Yuji Naka, one of the original Sonic creators, tried to back his way into a solution to the problem.
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Robotnik's goal is to control Chaos and obtain the Chaos Emeralds, which he can feed to Chaos so that it transforms into its most powerful form, using its destructive powers to destroy the fictitious city of Station Square in order to build his own "Robotnikland".
However, Chaos turns against him and intends to collect the Chaos Emeralds for itself. Towards the end, Robotnik teams up with the heroes to defeat Chaos.
Sonic Adventure 2 marks the doctor's first appearance as a playable character , as well as the first game where he is primarily referred to and refers to himself as "Eggman" in all regions.
Eggman revives the antihero Shadow the Hedgehog from dormancy. Shadow, knowing Eggman's desire to rule the world, agrees to help him by using the Eclipse Cannon aboard Space Colony ARK.
In the last story, Eggman aids Sonic in trying to stop a fail-safe put in place by his grandfather, Prof. Gerald Robotnik , which set the colony on a crash course with Earth.
Eggman creates a series of battle ships called the Egg Fleet, which he plans to use to take over the world in 3 days in Sonic Heroes.
He is once again the main antagonist, but it is discovered that he was betrayed and captured by his own creation Metal Sonic , who disguised himself as Eggman, and had taken control of the Egg Fleet for his own plan for world domination.
Eggman is an opportunist who tries to gather the Chaos Emeralds in the middle of the Black Arms' invasion of Earth in Shadow the Hedgehog.
He ends up sending his robots to help stop the alien menace in the end. As Shadow interrogates Eggman for information regarding his past, he is met with taunts from Eggman, who claims that Shadow is one of his androids.
However, in the true ending during Shadow's fight with Black Doom , Eggman admits that he was lying about everything he said about Shadow; he had used one of his robots to rescue Shadow from his apparent death, despite not giving further explanation how Shadow lost his memories.
Eggman kidnaps Princess Elise of Soleanna, who harbors the Flames of Disaster within her, in order to control time in the game of Sonic the Hedgehog.
Once again, he is forced to assist the heroes during the last act, much like previous games. In this game, he was given a realistic human appearance; this new look for Eggman has not been used since, as his physical appearance was back to what it looked like in Sonic Adventure in his later appearances.
Eggman is one of the main antagonists in the game, along with Dark Gaia in Sonic Unleashed. Eggman tricks Super Sonic into a trap and uses his Chaos Emerald energy to power a gigantic laser cannon, which fires into the Earth and shatters it into pieces, freeing the beast contained within: Dark Gaia.
He spends most of the game collecting Dark Gaia's power as well as fighting Sonic with various machines, and much like the original games, flies off in his Egg Mobile when defeated.
Unlike many previous games, Eggman actually assumes control of his plans at the end of Sonic Unleashed by creating Eggmanland and makes no effort to join forces with Sonic to stop his own plans once they have spiraled out of control.
Still, Eggman suffers a defeat when he gives Dark Gaia a single order and is shot into the atmosphere by the creature.
The doctor remakes his old badniks, and improves them to destroy his old rival once and for all. Eggman is the main boss in this game and its direct follow-up, Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II.
In Sonic Colors , Eggman claims to be seeking forgiveness for his past transgressions, and attempts to make amends by opening up a theme park within the Earth's orbit.
However, it becomes clear that the park is merely a front for Eggman's true intentions, which involve harnessing the energies of the alien Wisps for his own use; specifically, a mind-control cannon which he plans to use to take over the universe.
After his defeat, he ends up being sucked into his theme park which has transformed into a black hole when the negative energy backfires, consuming the entire park.
After the credits, Eggman is seen out in space inside the Eggmobile along with his two robot assistants Orbot and Cubot stating he has his revenge plan laid out.
Eggman appears in both his classic and modern designs where in a plot twist it is discovered that he is the main antagonist of the game in Sonic Generations.
After his defeat in Sonic Colors , while in space, Eggman comes across a being known as the Time Eater; after somehow converting it into robotic form, he attempts to use its time powers to reverse all of his past defeats at the hands of Sonic.
By using the Time Eater, however, he causes rifts in time to open, bringing Sonic, Tails and himself to meet their classic counterparts. Eggman works together with his past self, Classic Eggman, to attempt to vanquish Sonic once and for all.
They serve as the Classic Era, the Modern Era, and the final bosses during the game. Unfortunately for the duo, the Time Eater is defeated when both Classic and Modern Sonic become Super Sonic.
In the post-credits scene, both doctors wind up stranded in White Space with no apparent way out, leading Classic Eggman to suggest obtaining their teaching degrees once they escape.
Modern Eggman agrees to this as he mentions that he "always enjoyed telling people what to do", although it is unknown if this was a joke or they were serious.
Eggman travels to a world called the Lost Hex, as part of a scheme to use an energy extractor to harness some of the world's energy in Sonic Lost World.
Along the way, he takes control of a group of villains called the Deadly Six, using a Cacophonic Conch to control them. When Sonic hastily knocks away the conch, the Deadly Six betray him by using their ability to manipulate magnetic fields to turn Eggman's robots against him.
With this turn of events, he is forced to work together with Sonic and Tails, as the Deadly Six plan to use his extractor to drain all of the world's energy to increase their power.
However, in the final stage, Eggman ultimately overshadows the antagonistic role of the Deadly Six and is fought as the final boss of the game, by using the energy gathered by the extractor to power a giant mech, so he can rule whatever remained of the world.
After Sonic defeated him, when Eggman tried to get away, he found that his jetpack was sabotaged by Sonic, and thus falls to Earth.
In the post-credits cutscene, Eggman was shown to have survived his fall by landing on a soft spot of dirt. His servants Orbot and Cubot dig him out, but not before a rabbit chews off half of his mustache.
Eggman's elite Eggrobo squad, the Hard Boiled Heavies, is mutated by it and transports Team Sonic to zones they visited in the past.
Eggman uses the Phantom Ruby to turn the Little Planet from Sonic CD into a high tech base, but Team Sonic catches up with him and destroy his creation.
If all 7 Emeralds are gathered, the Heavy King will try to take the gem from its creator, but Super Sonic takes it away from them and is sucked in a portal along with it.
In Sonic Forces , Eggman captures a bandit who tried to raid his base and turns him into the new villain Infinite, powered by the recently located Phantom Ruby.
Eggman uses the illusions created by his most recent ally to create mass destruction and scare the world's population into submission.
During this time, he manages to defeat Sonic and keep him as a prisoner. Sonic breaks free and rejoins with his friends six months later, forming a coalition to overthrow Eggman's rule.
Robotnik appears in Sonic Chaos , Triple Trouble , Blast and Pocket Adventure , as well as the 8-bit renditions of Sonic 1 and 2.
In Sonic Spinball , a pinball -themed game, Robotnik seizes Mount Mobius and turns it into a mechanical base called the "Veg-O-Fortress", setting up an elaborate pinball mechanism to keep the Chaos Emeralds safe.
After the Veg-O-Machine is destroyed, Mount Mobius begins to crumble, and once the final boss is defeated, the doctor falls into the mountain which sinks into the ocean.
Robotnik has also appeared in "2. Eggman also appears in the crossover title Lego Dimensions as part of the Sonic level pack, in which he attempts to use the game's Keystone Devices to conquer multiple dimensions and defeat Sonic; a haunted parade balloon based on Eggman also appears as a boss in the game's Ghostbusters story pack.
The only game to feature Robotnik as the central character is the puzzle game Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine , in which Robotnik's Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog's version, along with his numerous badnik bounty hunters seen in the first episode of the same show, attempts to rid all the fun and music on the planet Mobius by kidnapping the citizens of one insignificant town and turning them into robots.
Despite the fact that he is the title character, he is still the villain and is the final boss. Sonic and the Black Knight is the only game in the entire Sonic franchise series in which Eggman does not make a physical appearance or receive mention.
However, the game makes small references to the character, including a collectible item bearing his emblem, an in-game mission featuring his robots as enemies, and unlockable fan art of the character.
He appears as a trophy in both Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. Eggman appeared in Sonic Rush and Rush Adventure , where he is once again the main antagonist, alongside a parallel version of himself called Eggman Nega.
Eggman also appeared in Sonic Rivals 1 and 2 , with Eggman Nega appearing as the main villain. Eggman is also a playable character in the Sonic RPG, Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood.
Doctor Eggman, under the "Robotnik" moniker, appeared as the main antagonist of two Sonic the Hedgehog animated television series that premiered in His appearance in the syndicated weekday series Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog was designed by cartoonist Milton Knight ,   and his voice was provided by blues musician Long John Baldry.
In the 2-part episode Sonic the Hedgehog OVA , Robotnik or "Eggman" in the original tells Sonic that he has been banished from "Eggmanland" "Robotropolis" in the ADV dub by a metallic doppelgänger of himself called "Black Eggman" "Metal Robotnik" in the ADV dub.
In Sonic X , Dr. Eggman which he is usually referred to as in this series, though his real last name in-universe is Robotnik as in the games ,  along with other Sonic characters, including Sonic himself, are accidentally transported from their own world, to Earth.
In the second season it is revealed that Professor Gerald Robotnik is his grandfather. In the final season, Eggman returns to his universe and reluctantly joins forces with Sonic and his friends to fight the new menace called the Metarex.
Eggman appears as the primary antagonist of the Sonic Boom animated series, with Mike Pollock reprising his voice role. Eggman's physical appearance was the most drastically changed of the cast, now appearing to have a buff upper body and wearing a militaristic uniform, as well as having a fully brown and smoother mustache.
He also appears to be less serious than his mainstream counterpart. Eggman makes a brief appearance in the anime Hi-sCoool! SeHa Girls. In the middle of the Sega Hard Girls' first exam in the game Border Break , Eggman hacks into the game world and begins to wreak havoc until Sonic appears.
He leads Sonic and the girls on a chase through several Sonic the Hedgehog games until they finally defeat him using an invincibility power-up.
He later appears in the final episode to wish the girls farewell at their graduation. When the first Sonic the Hedgehog title was released in , Sega of America developed an origin for Sonic the Hedgehog and Dr.
Robotnik which diverged from the back-stories created in Japan by Sonic Team. Ivo Robotnik was originally a benevolent scientist named Dr.
Ovi Kintobor "Ivo Robotnik" with each name spelled backwards; also, " ovi " is the Latin prefix meaning "egg" , a friend to Sonic who helped to develop the hedgehog's super-speed.
Kintobor was transformed into Robotnik by a laboratory accident involving the Chaos Emeralds and a rotten egg, becoming his own evil opposite, who frequently used egg-related puns in his dialogue.
This story was first featured in a page promotional comic book published by Sega in the United States, written by Francis Mao, that was designed to promote the game,  but would go on to greater fame in the United Kingdom, where it would be used by the vast majority of local publications, including the guidebook Stay Sonic , a series of novels from Virgin Books , and Fleetway Publications ' Sonic the Comic , which was published from until In Sonic the Comic , Dr.
Robotnik was dictator of planet Mobius for most of the comic's first issues, while Sonic also had access to an AI computer program based on the personality of Dr.
Initially, Robotnik's appearance in Sonic the Comic matched that of the video games, but from issue 22 onwards the comic adopted his design from the Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog cartoon series.
Also, from to , Archie Comics published a Sonic the Hedgehog comic book. The series is in a sense, a very loose continuation of ABC 's Sonic the Hedgehog animated cartoon ; as well as a mad scientist, Robotnik is a portrayed as a dictator who took control of Sonic's hometown during a coup d'etat.
At the height of this conflict, Robotnik died during a final confrontation with Sonic, only later to be replaced by another Robotnik from a parallel world, becoming the same Dr.
Eggman from the video games. In later years, the plot of the comic changed to incorporate elements from the video games, with Robotnik being replaced by his more traditional video game counterpart.
However, due to legal disputes with former writer Ken Penders , Archie Comics eventually cancelled the comic and ended their partnership with Sega.
Sega later announced a partnership with IDW Publishing , intending to launch a brand new comic book , separate from the Archie comic.
The IDW comic is depicted taking place after Sonic Forces , where Dr. Eggman had been flung into a village following his final battle with Sonic, having sustained amnesia as a result.
Having become friendly and innovative, Eggman even reinforces the cell he was kept in. Deeming him a new man, the mayor releases him, where he takes up the name "Mr.
Tinker", as their residential handyman. When Sonic finally locates him, he is skeptical of his nemesis' supposed change of heart, but after seeing Mr.
Tinker protect the children from the Badnik horde, is convinced of his reformation, even defending him from Shadow the Hedgehog who planned to execute him.
Tinker reveals that his new "Eggmanland" is simply a small amusement park for the children, and Sonic thus allows him to remain in the village.
It's revealed that the mysterious figure directing the Eggman Empire is in fact his second in command Metal Sonic , who has been upgraded into his Neo form from Sonic Heroes once more.
Neo Metal Sonic plans to retrieve Eggman so that he may resume command of his Empire, unaware of Mr. Eggman makes multiple cameo appearances in the Disney movie, Wreck-It Ralph.
The film is set in an arcade and depicts many video game characters living inside the arcade machines. In the movie itself, Eggman appears in his current design from the "Modern" Sonic games, both in person as a member of the villain support group "Bad-Anon", and as a caricature picture on the Celebrity Wall of Tapper's, a bar located inside the arcade machine of Tapper.
Eggman also makes a cameo appearance in the sequel, Ralph Breaks the Internet. In the film, he is depicted as a twisted scientist hired by the United States Department of Defense to hunt down Sonic after he caused a power outage across the Pacific Northwest, receiving the moniker "Eggman" from Sonic for his robots' egg shape.
Robotnik uses one of Sonic's quills to power up his machines to match Sonic's speed and plots to use Sonic's power to dominate the world, but is eventually defeated by Sonic and his human friend, Tom Wachowski, and is sent to a planet filled with mushrooms.
On the planet, he shaves his head and grows out his mustache, further resembling his game counterpart, as he plots his revenge against Sonic. Reception to the character has been very positive, with Dr.
Robotnik going on to become one of the most well-known villains in gaming. GameDaily ranked him number one on their list of Top 25 Evil Masterminds of All Time article, stating "Out of all the evil masterminds in video games, none are more despicable, more cunning, or more menacing".
Robotnik 11th out of their "Top Videogame Villains". Robotnik as their seventh favorite villain, also listing him as having one of the best mustaches.
A macrocyclic molecule discovered by a Harvard University research team to potentially inhibit the protein Sonic hedgehog was named "Robotnikinin" after the Dr.
Robotnik character. The researchers felt that after Sonic hedgehog was named after the Sega video game character, they should "adhere to the convention" in naming the inhibiting compound after the character's archenemy.
The band Intercontinental Music Lab included a song about Dr. Robotnik on their album, Superheroes of Science.
It appears as the first track on their album "Metal Kombat for the Mortal Man". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
This article is about the fictional character. For the member of the California State Assembly, see Susan Eggman.
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