Dr. Nefarious, Someone You’d Give Your Last Stick of Gum to

Think you know everything there is to know about Dr. Nefarious from the Ratchet & Clank games? Think again, because I bet The Duck of Indeed covers something here that you didn’t know. And even if you really do know ALL there is to know about Dr. Nefarious, you should read it anyway, because nobody likes a know-it-all. (Well that, and because it’s a great article.)

The Duck of Indeed

“When I’m finished killing you, I think I’ll rewind time.  So I can do it again.  And again!  AND AGAIN!!”-Dr. Nefarious

            It’s time for a post on another one of my favorite characters, this time a villain from the “Ratchet and Clank” series.  This character is actually the reason I fell in love with the series (and played a big part in me buying a PS3).  And that character is the highly amusing, but also highly diabolical, Dr. Nefarious.  (Spoilers for “Up Your Arsenal”, “A Crack in Time”, and “All 4 One” ahead; proceed with caution.)  Why not watch this little informative video on “How to Spot a Supervillain” for a quick intro on my favorite evil robot doctor?

            Now that you’ve seen the doctor for yourself, why don’t I tell you who he is?  Good idea, I’ll do just that.  Ahem, Dr. Nefarious is an evil…

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  1. Thanks much for the reblog. I already got another like on this post. You have helped spread the love. The Doctor will be pleased.

    I wonder if I know a little TOO much about Nefarious. I know even more than the post covered. Like how he doesn’t like the word “ridonkulous” or when people hum showtunes. Yes, I probably know too much indeed.


    1. Well now, it’s good to have bits of expertise here and there. Just imagine if you were on a quiz show and the $6 million dollar question was about Dr. Nefarious! You’d totally go home a millionaire! Shoot, I gotta read your article again just in case…because you never know. You just never know.

      Also, “ridonkulous”? Dr. Nefarious, I couldn’t agree with you more. We’ll have to politely disagree on the showtunes issue.


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