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Sonic the Hedgehog 

In a post-apocalyptic and dystopian future, all life has been challenged by oppression and tyranny, as the evil Robotnik is on the wake of controlling Mobius.
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In a post-apocalyptic and dystopian future, all life has been challenged by oppression and tyranny, as the evil Robotnik is on the wake of controlling Mobius.

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Dulcy the dragon was added to the series during Season 2, because the show's staff wanted another heroine in the cast along with Sally and Bunnie. See more »

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[Sonic and Sally are riding on Dulcy's back to the Floating Island]
Sonic: Whaddya think Dulce?
Dulcy the Dragon: Were real close now, I can feel it.
Sally: She has said that 20 times today.
Dulcy the Dragon: I saw it.
Sally: You said that 20 times too.
Dulcy the Dragon: So sue me, now it's 21.
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Taken off the air?
22 January 2000 | by See all my reviews

This show came out a short time after the other Sonic cartoon. That one was on at the same time as Animaniacs and seeing how I hated it so much, I had no reason at all to watch. Then I hear of this new one, and see that it looks a lot different. After one episode I was hooked. The theme song was great and it was a very cool look at Sonic's world. Man, I wish that the video games were based on the characters on this show. It would've been much more interesting. I liked most of them. Bunnie Rabbot, Princess Sally, Tails, Rotor, Dulcy, Arrie, Uncle Chuck, and (believe it or not) Antoine. I see a lot of people here didn't like him, but heck, he's the comic relief. A lot of shows need comic relief. This was, up to last year, my favorite show based on a video game (Pokemon has now taken its place), but I wish it would've succeeded. I hated the fact that it was off the air right when things were really getting interesting between Sonic and Sally. What cruel fate for such a worthy show.


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