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This series was spun off of the original concept for Sonic the Hedgehog (1993) during pre-production. Bruce Shelly and Reed Shelly were involved with Len Janson in the early development of the ABC series, which originally had a more humorous tone (as seen in concept artwork featured in Fleetway's "Sonic the Comic"). The project diverged into two series early on, with Len Janson ultimately taking the ABC series in a more serious direction. See more »
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This was one of my favorite cartoons back in the day. I liked it more than SatAM. Because back then I disliked serious cartoons.
Course today I like both this and SatAM as well.
Unlike SatAM, AoStH is more light hearted and more slap stick comedy.
If you add Bugs Bunny/Road Runner cartoons and Sonic the Hedgehog you get this type of cartoon series.
Throughout the series you see Sonic and Tails wondering around Mobius and stopping Robotnik from taking over the planet. Dr. Robotnik lives in his own home on top of a mountain and accompanied by his robot lackeys who are very stupid and can't do anything right when it comes to catching Sonic.
Course Sonic out smarts them real easily cause they're gullible and can't see through Sonic's disguises.
There some funny moments in the series, and some random stuff, and sometimes ridiculously silly moments. Course this was made for the youth audiences. Since Sonic the Hedgehog is for everyone.
There's nothing that'll offend little kids. Practically anyone can watch this. But just don't expect it to be serious.
It's something to watch for a laugh on the jokes or the way the show is.
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