Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog tells of the adventures of Sega's blue blur sonic and his little buddy Tails as they Thwart the dastardly plots of the villainous Dr. Ivo Robotnik.
Runtime: 30 minutes
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Sonic the Hedgehog (also known as Sonic SatAM) is an American animated television series based on the video game series of the same name. It was story edited by Len Janson and produced by DiC Entertainment, Sega of America, Inc., and the Italian studio Reteitalia S.p.A. It is the second of DiC's Sonic cartoons, following Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog. It features a more dramatic and dark story, depicting Sonic as a member of a band of freedom fighters battling to overthrow Doctor Robotnik. The program aired for two seasons on ABC from September 18, 1993 to December 3, 1994.
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Sonic the Hedgehog initially ranked #9 in its time slot with a 5.2 rating, an estimated 4.8 million viewers. Mark Bozon of IGN criticized the show as dated, considering it “so bad, it's good.” Writing for DVD Talk, Todd Douglass Jr. remarked that Sonic didn't stand the test of time. Overall, he considered it to be of low quality, although he found the stories “Ultra Sonic” and “Blast to the Past” to be “the crème of the crop.” Luke Owen of Flickering Myth felt Sonic aged better than is often supposed, praising its well-executed characterizations and treatment of war, although he considered Antoine to be “one of the worst characters committed to a cartoon series.” GamesRadar listed the show as one of “the worst things to happen to Sonic.” It criticized its plot and characters as “unwanted”. Former Escapist journalist Bob Chipman credited the series with providing a viably menacing take on Doctor Robotnik, and an engaging narrative. Bob Mackey of USgamer wrote that the cartoon's writing didn't live up to its intriguing premise. In particular, he argued that the Antoine character perpetrated negative French stereotypes. Meanwhile, Doug Walker of Channel Awesome considered the series “a great show,” and better than he remembered. He praised it for “literally taking nothing and turning it into something,” with a strong story and good character development, as well as a subtle environmental message.
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