Prototype Model Unit XJ-7
X-J 7

Physical Information

Age Unknown (Older than XJ-9)
Gender Female
Species Robot
Eye color White
Hair color Blue
Weight N/A
Height N/A

Basic information

Residence Tremorton
Occupation Superhero/crime fighter (When awake)
Nicknames none
Likes Helping people, saving the world
Dislikes The Cluster, Smytus, being sad and depressed,

Relationship information

Love interests {{{relationships}}}
Family Nora Wakeman (creator/mother)
XJ-1, XJ-2 XJ-3, XJ-4, XJ-5, XJ-6 (early prototypes/sisters), XJ-8, XJ-9 (later sisters)
Wisteria Wakeman (aunt)
Glenn Wakeman (cousin)
Friends Brad Carbunkle, Tuck Carbunkle
Enemies Smytus

Production information

First appearance "Sibling Tsunami"
Last appearance "Turncoats"
Voiced by: Audrey Wasilewski

Prototype Model Unit XJ-7 is one of the XJ robot sisters built by Nora Wakeman.

Physical Appearance

She appears to be a blue robot with white arms, bags under her eyes, a frown (she does smile occasionally), and pig-tails that slouch. She is usually hunched over and has what seems to be two treads for locomotion.


She is often very sad or unlucky and sees everything as useless and hopeless, having a serious trouble of low self-trust. She also sees herself as useless, as well, in which, to the point that in Turncoats, she self-destructs because she believes that she "can not even sound evil in a convincing way".

XJ-7 does, however, seem to love square dancing.



  • In Sibling Tsunami, when asked what was wrong, she responded, 'The usual, life, the universe, and everything.' It is possible that they are referring to Marvin the Paranoid Android, a robot who was programmed to be depressed, from "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" novel series.
  • In Agent 00' Sheldon, XJ-7 can be seen smiling for a brief amount of time.
  • In Turncoats, she apparently is unable to self-destruct correctly because of her depression.
  • XJ-7 shares similarities with Eeyore from Winnie-the-Pooh, they are both very gloomy, and they smile a few times.
  • Like XJ-8, XJ-7 also has a computerized voice making her sound like a boy.
  • In Turncoats, XJ-7 was about to fight her mother until she gives up and self-destructs.