Bowser Jr.

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Bowser Jr.
Game series Mario
Voiced by Dolores Rogers (2002-2007)
Caety Sagoian (2007-present)

Bowser Jr. is a character from the Mario video game series. He is the son of Bowser and prince of the Koopas. He is known for inventing machines, painting graffiti, and doing what he can to make his father proud. He first appeared in Super Mario Sunshine. Since then, he has become a main character and appears in most of the Mario video game series.

Appearances[change | change source]

Bowser Jr. first appears in Super Mario Sunshine, where he disturbs Mario's vacation with Princess Peach on Delfino Isle by making the island dirty and kidnapping Peach. He makes himself look like Mario, so the people of the island put Mario in jail.[1] He kidnapped Peach because Bowser made him think that Peach was his mother, and he had to keep her safe.[2] He later finds out that Peach is not actually his mother,[3] but he still wants to fight Mario again in the future to make his father proud.[4]

He later appears in New Super Mario Bros., where he is the boss of the tower levels at the middle of each world.

Bowser Jr. appears in Super Mario Galaxy, where he helps his father in battling Mario.[5] He also has three worlds of his own.

Bowser Jr. makes an appearance in New Super Mario Bros. Wii along with the Koopalings, where he appears on an airship (a type of flying ship).[6][7]

Jr. appears in Super Mario Galaxy 2, where he helps his father in battling Mario like in Super Mario Galaxy.

He also appears in New Super Mario Bros. U, along with the Koopalings and his father. He does the same in 'New Super Luigi U.

Bowser Jr. appears Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury as an ally to Mario to help him defeat Bowser (character) in an enraged form where he cannot control himself.

Bowser Jr. also appears a lot in the Mario spin-off games. He appears in Mario Kart: Double Dash!![8] and Mario Kart Wii.[9] He also appears in some of the Mario sports games. He appears as a mini-boss in Mario Party 9. He has his own space on the boards where players have to play a minigame with him.[10] He appears in Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games[11] along with its sequel Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games,[12] and Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. He appears in Paper Mario: Sticker Star as a boss, and in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team as a boss in the Battle Ring. He has appeared in nearly every spin-off title since his introduction.

References[change | change source]

  1. McLaughin, Rus. "IGN Presents: The History of Super Mario Bros". IGN.
  2. Nintendo EAD (19 June 2002). Super Mario Sunshine. Nintendo GameCube. Nintendo. Level/area: Isle Delfino. Bowser Jr.: Leave my Mama alone, you bad man! I won't let you take Mama Peach away! / Peach: Mama? Mama Peach? I'm your... Mama? / Bowser Jr.: Yeah, Papa told me all about it. He told me my Mama got kidnapped by a bad man named Mario... / Peach: So, you're Bowser's son... / Bowser Jr.: So I came here to rescue her!
  3. Nintendo EAD (19 June 2002). Super Mario Sunshine. Nintendo GameCube. Nintendo. Level/area: Isle Delfino. Bowser Jr.:I know, she's not really my Mama.
  4. Nintendo EAD (19 June 2002). Super Mario Sunshine. Nintendo GameCube. Nintendo. Level/area: Isle Delfino. Bowser Jr.:Someday, when I'm bigger, I wanna fight that Mario again!
  5. Nintendo EAD. Super Mario Galaxy. Nintendo Wii. Nintendo. Level/area: Bowser's Galaxy Reactor (The Fate of the Universe).
  6. "Walkthrough: World 4-Air Ship Bowser Jr". IGN.
  7. Totilo, Stephen. "New Super Mario Bros. Wii Preview: All The Modes, Chaos". Kotaku.
  8. Nintendo EAD. Mario Kart: Double Dash!!. Nintendo GameCube. Nintendo. Level/area: N/A. He may be smaller than his dad, but Bowser Jr. is just as mean and just as destructive. When he hurls Bowser's shell, he can cause some serious pain.
  9. Nintendo EAD. Mario Kart Wii. Nintendo Wii. Nintendo.
  10. Claiborn, Samuel. "How Mario Party 9 Kicked My Ass". IGN.
  11. Robinson, Martin. "GC 2009: Bowser Jr. Goes to Winter Olympics".
  12. "Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic GamesTM". Archived from the original on 2012-07-29. Retrieved June 2012. Check date values in: |access-date= (help) Description: Bowser Jr. is the son of Bowser, but don't let that fool you. With the good balancing and the inherited hidden strength from his father, he's aiming for first place in these Olympic Games.

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