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Very little is known about Mime Bomb. What is known is that he works for V.I.L.E. and was part of Black Sheep's class of rogues.
Though ridiculed for his commitment to pantomime to the point that he speaks in games of Charades, Mime Bomb is the perfect stealth observer. He moves so quiet sometimes that people almost don't notice him.
Because he is dedicated to his dramatic persona, he either blends in as a "creepy clown" or "annoying street performer". Only a person with a keen eye would suggest he is suspicious or a formidable threat.
Nevertheless, that still didn't stop A.C.M.E. Detectives Chase Devineaux and Julia Argent from trying to question his frequent appearance in their location in the The Lucky Cat Caper. Sure enough, his lips were sealed and they acquired very little information from him when he was being interrogated.
Mime Bomb has been described as quiet by El Topo and weird by Tigress.
Mime Bomb is seen as an opportunist, immediately tattling to V.I.L.E Faculty when witnessing Carmen stowing away on the graduate mission during her holdover year, and secretly hiding a rare stamp in Detective Chase Devineaux's coat when he was on to him.
In the Clue by Clue novel, Mime Bomb is said to be skilled in symbology and crpytanalysis according to Professor Maelstrom.
He is also prone to avoiding fights or physical contact when possible. When fighting Sheena in the Who in the World is Carmen Sandiego novel, she easily beats him while he is distracted. When offered a helping hand to his feet by Black Sheep, he declines with a shrug and silent nod. In Clue by Clue, when Le Chèvre and Tigress are fighting Carmen, he stands off in the sidelines and shadowboxes rather than assisting.
Mime Bomb is a thin, red-haired young man who looks like a stereotypical mime. He wears a grey and black striped shirt, black beret, white gloves, black spandex and black shoes. His makeup consists of white face paint, black face paint around the eyes and on the brows, and a light red shade of lipstick.
- Fans of the classic video game should remember the appearance of a mime as one of the characters that would show up whenever there was a suspect in their location.
- Although seen unpacking his belongings in Black Sheep's dorm in Becoming Carmen Sandiego: Part I, Mime Bomb is never referred to as a fellow roommate of hers. This could be because he was not their roommate in the first novel.