Adventures Of Sonic The Hedgehog
Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog is a comical, light-hearted and gag-driven adventure series based on the titular character Sonic the Hedgehog, an arrogant and mischievous yet kind-hearted teenage hedgehog with the power to move at supersonic speeds. Sonic, along with his idolizing young friend Tails, regularly oppose the main antagonist Dr. Robotnik, his robot henchmen Scratch, Grounder, and Coconuts, and thwart their plans to conquer their home planet of Mobius.
Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog
In THE ADVENTURES OF SONIC THE HEDGEHOG, a speedy blue hedgehog named Sonic (voiced by Jaleel White) and his best friend, Tails (Christopher Evan Welch), team up to undo the evil plans of the nefarious Doctor Ivo Robotnik (Long John Baldry), who's bent on controlling the planet Mobius. Robotnik will stop at nothing to accomplish his goal, and when Sonic stands in his way, he and he incompetent minions, Scratch (Phil Hayes) and Grounder (Gary Chalk), cook up some outrageous schemes to neutralize him, but the young heroes always manage to unravel their plans.
At the Gladiator Colosseum, Coconuts was unable to recreate the formula, so he gave Robotnik a Rump Protector. On the first two events, Robotnik was able to win with ease. However, in the final event, Robotnik's powers were finally neutralized, and he falls into the muck. He later re-promotes Scratch and Grounder so they can pull him out of the muck. But they fall in as well. Sonic wins, and Robotnik says "I hate that hedgehog!" quietly.
After Sonic, a blue anthropomorphic hedgehog from another world, comes to Earth to escape malevolent forces that seek to harness his power of super-speed. After accidentally causing a massive power outage and hiding out in the town of Green Hills, Montana, Sonic is targeted by the government who then hire the tyrannical roboticist Dr. Robotnik to hunt him down. Meanwhile, a small-town police officer Tom Wachowski meets Sonic and decides to help him evade capture, collect his rings and stop Robotnik from using Sonic's powers for world domination.
Sonic, an extraterrestrial blue hedgehog who can run at supersonic speeds, finds himself sought after by a tribe of echidnas for his power. His guardian, Longclaw the Owl, gives him a bag of rings that can create portals to other planets, using one to send him to Earth while she protects him from the echidnas. Ten years later, Sonic enjoys a secret life near the town of Green Hills, Montana, but longs to make friends. He idolizes the local sheriff, Tom Wachowski, and his veterinarian wife, Maddie, unaware the pair are planning to relocate to San Francisco soon, as Tom has been hired by the San Francisco Police Department.
One night, Sonic becomes upset over his loneliness when playing baseball by himself, and runs at supersonic speed as a result, inadvertantly triggering an electromagnetic pulse that knocks out power across the Pacific Northwest. Roboticist and scientific genius Doctor Robotnik is enlisted by the United States Department of Defense to uncover the source of the outage. Robotnik discovers and tracks Sonic, who hides in the Wachowskis' shed. Tom discovers Sonic and accidentally shoots him with a tranquilizer, causing him to send his bag of rings through a portal to San Francisco. Tom reluctantly agrees to help Sonic before Robotnik arrives at the Wachowskis' house and the two flee. As the pair evade Robotnik, who labels Tom a domestic terrorist, they slowly bond, with Tom learning about Sonic's desire for a real friend.
Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog (Video Game) is an American video game series produced by DiC Animation City and Bohbot Entertainment based on the SEGA video game franchise, Sonic the Hedgehog. It was first broadcast in level worlds, with a Planet Mobius airing in 1996. It follows the adventures of the titular character Sonic the Hedgehog, with Princess Sally Acorn, and his sidekick Miles "Tails" Prower, as they attempt to stop Dr. Robotnik and his array of robots from taking over the planet Mobius. Another series featuring Sonic, simply titled Sonic the Hedgehog, was aired concurrently. Unlike the other series, Adventures had a light-hearted tone and quirky storylines that portrayed Sonic as being skilled and clever, whereas Robotnik and his robot allies Scratch and Grounder were clumsy.
NC: (quietly) I consider myself a man of decent logic. A man who has a fairly firm grasp on the perceptions of reality. A man who's down to Earth, and lives in the realms of the real world. (Another short pause, then inhales deeply and speaks in a much firmer tone) UNTIL TODAY, when that reality was CHALLENGED by a blue, tinted hedgehog and his flying fox with two tails. (Relaxes, and speaks in a normal tone) This...is the gateway to madness...that the world of children's programming has chosen to call...The Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog.
NC (vo): The way Sonic always gets out of their traps is by running, of course, and putting on several disguises, as the bad guys never seem to realize there's a lot of blue overdressed hedgehogs in the neighborhood recently.
NC (vo): My guess is it's what gives him his supersonic speed, that is to say I'm sure he's fast on his feet, but nothing can breathe fire like a gas-producing bean product that makes you want to shit more than a Metamucil cocktail.
NC (vo): And just when you think you've seen the lamest part of the show, Sonic actually has a moral to teach at the end, 'cause I really want a blue hedgehog who eats chili dogs to be my children's teacher.
Do you know that show from the 1990s called "Adventures of Sonic the hedgehog"? I used to work for the company who made it. one day I was stumbling around the studio when I found a tape with a label that said " adventure sonic hedgehog episode 666 do not watch" Written in crude orange marker. I snuck it home and popped in my cassete player. Then the horror began...
I was kinda creeped out after watching it and had nightmares for about 2.5 weeks. after that I destroyed the tape and quit my job. I then got a job at Mooyah and forgot all about the tape. but after a few weeks, I found a sonic plush on my bed. My TV then went to static, and my whole world went black.............
He invited me in and showed me his VHS copy of the episode. It was badly decayed from the years of neglect in his garage, though, and I could only make out a few bits: Tails screaming at sonic, with tears in his eyes.
Though this last series of the 20th Century dug into a new mythology created from whole cloth, it stands apart from the rest of the franchise because of this storytelling decision. (Oh and it definitely features the (chili) cheesiest theme song.) The story opts for not one but three hedgehog heroes. The planet Mobius' ruling hedgehog, Queen Aleena, had three triplets: Sonic, Manic, and Sonia. Here's how she introduces the conflict:
For starters, there's no real theme song to speak of, something that was a strength of previous series (as did most cartoons before the 2010s, which is when people lost the entirety of their attention span, apparently). This makes more sense when you consider that the two seasons consisted of 52 11-minute segments; short, silly, episodic adventures featuring a cast of both new and familiar characters. The CG characters do take some getting used to; basically, this design looks like the movie's first version of Sonic while the current design in the movie is closer to the classic Sonic.
Anchored by Jaleel White and KathSoucie's voice acting, the titular series sees Sonic and Princess Sally Acorn leading a band of freedom fighters in a rebellious battle against Dr. Robotnik (whose a very Dr. Claw-like villain in this version, which I love). The darker, more serious take on the material actually explores an interesting mythology in which a master of war machines overthrows the Kingdom of Acorn on the planet Mobius. Sonic, leading the insurgency that's populated by many and varied characters, has the benefit of not just super-speed but power rings that boost his natural abilities in order to take down Robotnik and his minions. Comedy takes a back seat pretty much throughout the two seasons and the too few 26 episodes. But while our heroes are (spoiler alert) victorious in the end, the series ends with a cliffhanger of sorts promising more adventures to come in a third season ... which never happened. That's a bummer. But hopefully Sonic the Hedgehog does well in theaters and inspires yet another animated iteration to come, whatever that may be! 041b061a72