|This character exists primarily or exclusively within the Post-Super Genesis Wave continuity.|
Information in this article may not be canonical to the storyline of the games or any other Sonic continuity.
- For the game character, see Buzz Bomber. For the version of this character before the Super Genesis Wave, see Buzzbomber (Pre-Super Genesis Wave).
Created by Dr. Eggman as his minions, the Buzzbombers were used early on during the doctor's takeover of Mobotropolis to attack the fleeing citizens and later harass the inhabitants of Knothole Village.
The Buzzbombers reappeared in Marble Zone during the time world was reshaped by the first Genesis Wave. It was first seen being reprogrammed and repaired by Boomer after Sonic destroyed a bunch of Badniks. In order for it to work, it needed a Mobini inside of it, so Sally asked a nearby Flicky, and it agreed to help. Sonic and the Buzzbomber then started destroying other Badniks, including more Buzzbombers and a Caterkiller, but Sally, Boomer, and Antoine got left behind and stranded on a small piece of land sinking in lava. Sonic and the Buzzbomber went back to rescue them, and Sonic carried Sally while both Antoine and Boomer held onto the Buzzbomer. After saving them, Dr. Eggman introduced himself to them, and a fight ensued between him and Sonic. Before Dr. Eggman could hit Sonic, Buzzbomber attacked Dr. Eggman, who, in turn, destroyed the Badnik, but Sally called the Flicky very brave followed by Sonic telling her to tell the Flicky that he owed it one.
Shattered World Crisis
- Note: From the reader's point of view, this picks up from where the Buzzbombers' original timeline ended.
Over time, a number of scrapped Buzzbombers were left behind in a deserted Eggman junkyard which Zavok, Zeena and Zor reanimated with their magnetic powers and used to defeat Sonic the Hedgehog during their visit there. These events were later prevented from ever happening thanks to a time traveling Xander Payne.
- Buzzbomber is based off the Buzz Bomber who debuted on both the Sega Mega Drive and Game Gear version of Sonic the Hedgehog (1991).
- ↑ Sonic/Mega Man Free Comic Book Day 2014, "Sonic Comic Origins: Sally--The Exiled Leader"
- ↑ Sonic Super Digest #8, "Sonic Comic Origins: Little Lost Soldier"
- ↑ Sonic the Hedgehog #226, "Genesis Part One: In the Beginning..."
- ↑ Sonic the Hedgehog: Worlds Unite Battles #1, "Sonic the Hedgehog vs. Three of the Armored Deadly Six!"
- ↑ Mega Man #52, "Worlds Unite Part Twelve: Last Rights"