|This article is about a character from the video games. If you are looking for an article with the same name or nearly identical name, see Dr. Mechado (Jetters).|
Reporting directly to Mujoe, Dr. Mechado is a fifty year-old genius, but mad and corrupted, scientist of the intergalactic crime organization Hige Hige Bandits, being an influential man whose bomb science is only rivaled by Dr. Ein. He made himself a robot, mechanizing his face and body, making it possible for his head to detach from his body. He destroys any information from places he does not like. He is also the creator of the robotic bandits/battle units/minions of the Hige Hige Bandits. Dr. Mechado had white hair in his first appearance, which was changed to grey.
Making his first appearance with Mujoe in Saturn Bomberman, Dr. Mechado helps Mujoe with his plan to conquer the world releasing the monster Crator from his prison, but, as Dr. Mechado prefers not to engage in combat, he just created the many machines used by Mujoe and the Hige Hige Bandits. Dr. Ein then sends White Bomberman to regain control of the crystals which held Crator in his prison and restore order, defeating Dr. Mechado and crushing the plans of the evil Mujoe along the way.
In the games
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Dr. Mechado is the true final boss of Saturn Bomberman. He tries to escape via blimp after Mujoe's defeat in Mujoe World. For his first phase, he is protected be a force field generated by twenty elite sentouin. For his second phase, his head jettisons out of his body to board his giant mecha on a unicycle (see: Dr. Mechado).
Dr. Mechado (referred to as Dr. Mechard in the Majesco localization) is the true final boss in the Bomberman Jetters video game for the GameCube and PlayStation 2. His machine is shaped like his face and each orifice must be attacked with a different type of bomb to defeat him. (Dr. Mechadoc (Saturn Bomberman)
In the anime
Dr. Mechado (unofficially referred to as Dr. Mechadoc in the Anime-Kraze fansubs) also appears in the anime adaptation Bomberman Jetters. Here, he directly works under Bagura and continued to invent many things for the Hige Hige to use. However, as the anime progresses, it is shown that he created Max in secret but passed him off as a "space thief" to Bagura, who recommended Max join the team in order to more efficiently obtain unique items in the universe.