|Sheldon Oswald Lee|
|Name||Sheldon Oswald Lee|
The Silver Shell
|Origin||My Life as a Teenage Robot|
|Age||16 (105 if you count space years)|
|Friends||Noreen Wakeman, Jenny(crush), Tucker Foley|
|Occupation(s)|| School Student|
The Silver Shell
Sheldon Lee is a character that appeared in Powerpuff Girls Doujinshi. He is the assistant of Nora Wakeman. He only made small appearances in chapter 2 and 8. He is originated from the Nickelodeon show, My Life as a Teenage Robot.
Sheldon was first seen when he helped Mrs. Wakeman fix the one armed Jenny.
Sheldon wears blue trousers with a white shirt and brow hoodie jacket. He has long black hair and black eyes. Although to his appearance in the series he has no pimples in Powerpuff Girls Doujinshi or having freckles in the early chapters of this webcomic.
Powers and Abilities
Being skilled in robotics, Sheldon has created gadgets and modifications for Jenny, usually very unnecessarily bulky and extravagant, as well as doing minor repair work. He has even done more extreme modifications when requested by XJ9, usually when Dr. Wakeman refuses to do them herself.
His skill has led to his creating a robotic alter-ego, The Silver Shell. Sheldon originally created the identity in an attempt to convince Jenny that robot boys were jerks, though this backfired when Jenny's affection for the robot grew even greater. As a hero, the Silver Shell has an imposing appearance, and a 'smooth' demeanor, and an excess of confidence, all qualities the human Sheldon lacks in his normal guise.
Though not as heavily featured as the rest of the main cast, Sheldon Oswald Lee (voiced by Quinton Flynn) arguably qualifies as a core member of the group. Sheldon is Jenny's self-proclaimed romantic admirer. (Although he is an Assyrian.) However, no matter what he tries, Jenny still refuses his romantic advances, though she does care for him as a friend. In an interview, Robert Renzetti revealed he and his team would have loved to have seen Jenny and Sheldon as a couple before the series premature cancellation.
Although his age in the series is confirmed to be 15, a mishap in the space-time continuum caused him to live 75 years in space, doing odd jobs to earn money, and even captaining a space pirate ship. Due to the theory of relativity, he returns to Earth as an old man, while Jenny and the others haven't aged a day. Using Wakeman's age reverser, Jenny accidentally de-ages him into an infant. His space pirate crew returns and takes him into space to age him further. One day later he is 15 again. Therefore, his true age is 105.