Earthworm jim had the most amazing Characters ever

On doing a little research on Jim after hearing Earthworm Jim 4 being in production , i came across a wiki article detailing all of the characters of the earthworm jim cartoon and game, they are BY FAR – THE MOST AMAZING characters conceived EVER.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Earthworm_Jim_characters

here are a few of my favourites.

Bob the Killer Goldfish

Bob the Killer Goldfish is a fictional villain in the Earthworm Jim video games and animated series. He is featured as a boss in all three of the console games. Bob, being just a goldfish, rides around in a small glass bowl and gets his feline minions, particularly Number Four, to do all the work for him.

Bob himself doesn’t put up much of a fight. In Earthworm Jim, Jim simply knocks his bowl off a table and leaves him to flop around on the floor as Jim exits the level. In Earthworm Jim 2, in a parody of video game boss encounters, Bob is introduced with much drama in what appears to be a pre-boss-battle cutscene (including a Mortal Kombat-style “Fight!” message), only to have Jim suddenly pluck him from his bowl and eat him.

Evil the Cat

Evil the Cat is the manifestation of evil in its truest form (the cat). He rules over Planet Heck (residing elsewhere only for the hottest months). Molding Heck to his own vision of evil perfection, the planet is covered with spiked walls and precariously placed cliffs and ridges. The planet is also full of fiery pits and drops, which Evil has filled with all things evil he’s found across the universe, ranging from rabid lawyers to elevator music

Queen Slug-for-a-Butt

The Evil Queen Pulsating, Bloated, Festering, Sweaty, Pus-filled, Malformed, Slug-for-a-Butt, (Queen Slug-for-a-Butt for short) is the final foe that Jim faces in the video game Earthworm Jim. She is the twin sister of Princess What’s-Her-Name, though clearly failing to resemble her in any way. Queen Slug-for-a-Butt closely resembles a large queen insect, especially a queen termite.

Flamin’ Yawn:

A play on “Filet Mignon”, he is an Anthropomorphic T-Bone steak who served as the boss of “Level Ate”. He can hover on a plate and spit fireballs.

The Spirital Hot-Sauce:

The Spirital Hot-Sauce appears in Earthworm Jim 3D, guiding Jim to becoming the “Lord of the Fries”.

Turns His Eyelids Inside-Out Boy:

One of Jim’s brief replacement sidekicks from the episode “Sidekicked”. He made several subsequent appearances along with “The Hamsternator”. He has the “power” to turn his eyelids inside out.

Walter:

Jim’s cellmate in the episode “Conquer Worm” when Jim is sent to prison because of Evil Jim’s crimes. He has very neglected teeth and likes to use Jim as dental floss, to the point where he refers to him as “Floss” when they meet up in future episodes.

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  • wait…did…the tv show come first or did the games? I watched the tv show and THEN bought the games. I can’t help but feel like maybe I did that in reverse.

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