Sonic and Tails are willing to save the planet Mobius from Dr. Robotnik and his robots which they plan to take over in these slapstick based adventures.
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Sonic and Tails are willing to save the planet Mobius from Dr. Robotnik and his robots which they plan to take over in these slapstick based adventures.

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Trivia

A pilot film for The Adventures of Sonic The Hedgehog was made that never aired on television. Some scenes of it ended up the series included the attempted crushing of Sonic by Robotnik that was played at the end of every episode during the credits. See more »

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[throws a couple chili dogs]
Sonic: Catch some heartburn on us!
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Crazy Credits

During the credits, we see a Wile E. Coyote-like segment where Dr. Robotnik is setting a trap where a large mechanical press is supposed to smash Sonic. But when Robotnik pushes the remote control button, the trap doesn't do anything. He walks under the press to see what happened, and Sonic takes the controller, presses the button and smashes Robotnik. The press rises, and Sonic tosses the remote control under the press before running off. A flattened Robotnik gently falls from the press onto the controller and ends up smashed again. See more »

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Remembered This Series Greatly-Soon to be Revived
24 February 2005 | by See all my reviews

This is definitely a great cartoon, or at least from what I remember. This series, which I remember watching once on video tape and getting it, is the only one I really saw (aside from Sonic X, which is unfortunately anime) and why I'm talking here (this might also be how I first learned of Sonic the Hedgehog). It's pretty odd that people said that this cartoon was horrible, since only 4 or 5 of the total comments talked of dislikes to this. The animation, which I saw a little, really isn't that bad. Okay so it's not really up to par like most other American cartoons, but it's still really not "cheesy," as most people like to say (I wonder what that means as an adjective). Another thing is that some say that it seems to be a Looney Toons spoof, but to me, it looks more like a mixture of Garfield/Pink Panther/Care Bears/Spy vs. Spy (by Antonio Prohias) theme.

While not as serious as the Saturday version (Sonic the Hedgehog "SATAM") or even the one from France/America (Sonic Underground), it still seems to be even better than something violent, vulgar, and tasteless nowadays (and they say anime has better animation). This appears to be a comic series with a whole bunch of laughs like in Garfield and Pink Panther episodes. There's even safety segments called "Sonic Says," similar to the "Garfield Quickies" with some excellent advice on how to be safe and good.

While I've really only seen this series, I'd recommend any Sonic animation title you can find (Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog, or AoStH; SATAM Sonic, and Sonic Underground.) But I'm doubtful with Sonic "OVA/movie" as well as Sonic X, since their animes, which are cartoons to watch out for, mind you. But if you can find this series especially go ahead and get it. Even if the story lines and animation aren't up to par, it still has side-splitting humor that's just as good as the said cartoons above!


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