Cork confronts the Hellhog

During Toy Hunter: Cork Goes to Hell, the sixth and penultimate stage of the video game Illbleed, the Woody/Indiana Jones parody Cork Inda descends into Toy Hell to rescue his girlfriend Sexy Doll. However, his journey leads to an encounter with the demonic ruler of Hell, Zodick the Hellhog.

Toy Hunter: Cork Goes to HellEdit

As Cork reaches the final area to find Sexy Doll, he stumbles and is accosted by Zodick who easily towers over him. Sexy Doll appears to warn Cork about trying to fight Zodick when the Hellhog smacks her aside. Enraged, Cork draws his gun and confronts the demon. During the fight, Cork shoots Zodick a number of times as the Hellhog leaps and stomps about the arena. When hit, Zodick discharges golden nut-like rings that Cork destroys in order to take out more of Zodick's health. Zodick appears to be somewhat slow as it walks, but can speed up when it rolls into a ball.

Cork defeats Zodick and is about to celebrate his victorious reunion with Sexy Doll when Zodick seems to reanimate. However, Zodick falters and turns off, revealing itself to be a massive animatronic. Cork and Sexy Doll see Zodick's control center hovering in the distance, having no idea what to make of it. As it turns out, two of the Illbleed employees are monitoring the battle (in tune with the game's metafictional nature). One unwittingly put Zodick's setting too high, which would mean Cork would have to battle Zodick nine more times. However, the employee argues against it, saying they shouldn't put Cork through it again and that there could be disastrous consequences if the setting drops to zero during one of the fights. This settled, Zodick is officially deactivated and Cork is allowed to leave Toy Hell with Sexy Doll.


Appearance-wise, Zodick appears to be a chimera creature of sorts, before its animatronic nature is revealed. Its body is primarily that of a hedgehog, but also demonstrates other animals' characteristics. Most notably, there are the bat wings atop its head and the sharp canine teeth. It also features reptilian slit-like pupils as well, befitting its demonic appearance.

Of course, the entity also serves as a demonic parody of Sega's mascot Sonic the Hedgehog. In addition to sharing his basic body structure, Zodick also employs Sonic's homing attack (albeit limited to rolling on the ground) and carries rings on its person (akin to how Sonic needs rings to survive in the games). Zodick even does Sonic's finger-wagging gesture as a taunt.

In being the ruler of Hell, Zodick can also be the Toy Hunter equivalent of Satan as well.