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- “Scrambled” Part One: Dr. Eggman is knocked for a loop when the treacherous Snively tries to disrupt the entire Eggman Empire! What is Snively’s true ultimate goal? And can Dr. Eggman pull his forces back in line before it’s too late? Also featured: the debut of Orbot and Cubot!
Scrambled Part One: The Man in Charge
- Script: Ian Flynn
- Pencils: Jamal Peppers
- Inks: Jim Amash
- Letters: Jack Morelli
- Colors: Steve Downer
- Assistant Editor: Vincent Lovallo
- Editor: Paul Kaminski
- Editor-in-Chief: Victor Gorelick
- President: Mike Pellerito
- Special thanks to: Anthony Gaccione and Cindy Chau at SEGA Licensing
Alarms start to go off on the Death Egg Mark 2. Finding himself locked out of the computers, Dr. Eggman activates two lackeys, Orbot and Cubot, to hack their way in. Meanwhile, Snively is on his way out of the Death Egg, laughing at how easy it was to take control. He figures that he knows his uncle's ways and has thought everything through. After a short elevator ride, he arrives at the hangar. A pair of Eggman's robots receive orders to capture him.
Eggman manages to gain some control, but is thrown for a loop when Orbot and Cubot reveal that Snively sent out a message with the news that Sonic had killed Eggman and that the Dark Egg Legion was officially disbanded. There are several reports that Snively has been captured, but video footage shows that they are all infiltrators and each one explodes, taking out their robot captors. Snively escapes in a ship.
Around Mobius, the Dark Egg Legion's Grandmasters are celebrating Eggman's death, but continue exerting their power over their minions. Duck "Bill" Platypus is attempting to write a letter announcing peace. Eggman teleports all the Grandmasters—including spy Duck Platypus and Lien-Da, who was just down the hallway—to a meeting room on the Death Egg where he gives them the unwelcome news that he is still alive. While some of them openly announce that they despise him, Eggman reminds them that their robotic parts can be ordered to self-destruct with a single command.
He gives them new orders: to capture Snively if they find him and to search for the blue Chaos Emerald that went missing after Sonic returned reality to normal. He announces that Lien-Da, for her good behavior, will be able to select where her chapter is going. As a final note, he shows off his new Metal Series of robots, comprised of yet another Metal Sonic, Metal Knuckles, Metal Tails, and the roboticized Sally—upgraded with Power Rings. He returns the Grandmasters to their homes.
Orbot and Cubot join Eggman as he boards a ship in the hangar. They say that their tracking machines are still working, which makes Eggman wonder if it was an oversight on Snively's part of if he was being baited. Under Eggman's command, the ship takes flight.
Eggman calls his robots to duty. Orbot and Cubot report. However, Eggman is confused as to why Conebot, a third robot, has not reported. Conebot is seen spinning out of control hoping someone will help him, yet ultimately, no one does.
- This issue features the debut of Orbot and Cubot.
- This issue reveals further Dark Egg Chapters and their leaders. These include:
- This is the first appearance of Metal Knuckles in any media for seven years since Sonic Gems Collection.
- This issue marks the first time Tracy Yardley did not work on the Sonic Universe media.