Brian Silva (Bubsy in Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind) Rob Paulsen (Bubsy’s Pilot) Lani Minella (Bubsy 3D) Doug Erholtz (2017-Present)
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Bubsy T. Bobcat is the main protagonist of the platformer game franchise of the same name, Bubsy. Created by Michael Berlyn, Bubsy served as the mascot for Accolade during the 90s. He is infamous for talking way too much and starring in one of the worst video games of all time, Bubsy 3D. He also came back in Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back, and in Bubsy: Paws on Fire, some of the other characters returned from the failed 90s pilot.
He was only conceived to cash in on the 90's mascot craze, jump-started by the success of Sonic the Hedgehog.
He has an incredibly grating voice, not only does he have a lisp, but he never once shuts up.
He is also way too hyper-active (if not literally hyper) and can easily get annoying.
His jokes and cat puns in the original games are cringe-inducing and horrible (if hit-or-miss at best), Bubsy 3D took this element WAYtoo far and this made Bubsy look a lot more obnoxious and utterly unfunny.
He is the playable character of many terrible platform games, including the infamous Bubsy 3D, only known for being the one of the worst games in existence. Especially when that game killed his existence for a while.
In the pilot of his failed television show, he is unlikable as ever. He is annoying, intolerable, and constantly abuses his sidekick, Arnold the Armadillo who wants nothing to do with him. He, worst of all, has on repeated occasions constantly saying the "What could pawsibly go wrong?" catchphrase.
He is also a lazy jerk, as shown in the pilot, where he would rather watch TV than celebrate his niece and nephew's birthdays.
His Twitter account is just as awful, yet again cashing again on Sonic the Hedgehog, and littered with unfunny, cash-in jokes.
He believes himself to be a 'hero' despite usually making things worse and fixing them by mistake.
In Paws On Fire, his cocky demeanor is still not endearing, he becomes more unfunny than in The Woolies Strike Back and he gets excessively annoying with both facts in particular.
A bobcat with the ability to glide is kinda interesting (if silly and bizarre).
His design is decent overall and looks quite close to what a bobcat looks like, especially compared to Bonkers.
Since he can break the fourth wall, he openly mocks players and the developers themselves.