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E-104 Epsilon (Pre-Super Genesis Wave)

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This character exists primarily or exclusively within the Pre-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 version of this character after the Super Genesis Wave, see E-104 Epsilon (Archie).

Quotation1 Tracked to volcanic region of Angel Island. STATUS: Liberated. Quotation2
E-102 Gamma's Data Log, From the Databanks of E-102 Gamma[1]

E-104 Epsilon is a character who appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series and its spin-offs published by Archie Comics. It was the fifth unit in the E-100 Series robotic group created by Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik. E-104 Epsilon was one of the first E-100 Series robots created, specifically during the time of when Eggman harnessed the power of Chaos.


AStH E-100 Series

The original four E-100 Series units (from left to right): Beta, Espilon, Delta, and Gamma, from Sonic the Hedgehog #81.

Created in the year 3236 by Dr. Eggman inside the Egg Carrier, E-104 Epsilon was one of the first unit of the E-100 Series. Along with three of his "brothers"–E-101 Beta, E-102 Gamma, and E-103 Delta–Epsilon was assigned to a competition to see which E-100 Series robot can retrieve Froggy (the entity that contained the "tail" of Chaos).[2] However, Epsilon did not accomplish the mission, bringing in a regular lizard. It was Gamma, however, that brought Froggy and won the contest.[3] Eggman then sent the other E-100 Series robots away from his sight.[4] Eventually, E-104 Epsilon was tracked down by E-102 Gamma at a volcanic region of Angel Island,[1] and was destroyed by Gamma.[5]

Powers and abilities

Much of E-104 Epsilon arsenal isn't fully known, but Epsilon does hold a Jet Booster, allowing him to glide through the air for a short period of time.[3] Epsilon also has a twin missile cannon on its right arm.


  • E-104 Epsilon was given an incorrect model design; unlike its video game counterpart, Epsilon was given only a twin missile cannon rather than two.

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