Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog
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|Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog|
| Creator: DiC Entertainment|
Bohbot Kids Network
Sonic Team/Sega (characters)
|Studio(s): TMS Entertainment (overseas animation for some episodes)|
|Country of origin: United States, France, Japan (overseas animation for some episodes)|
|Number of episodes: 65|
|Picture format: 4:3|
|First aired: September 6, 1993|
|Last aired: December 3, 1993|
Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog (or AoStH for short) is a fast-paced cartoon featuring several of the characters in the Sonic franchise in situations primarily consisting of slapstick humor, similar to shows such as Ren and Stimpy or Tiny Toons. First broadcast in September 1993, the show has been "running" in cartoon syndication ever since.
The show follows the escapades of world-known video game hero, Sonic and his best bud Miles "Tails" Prower as they stop the evil Dr. Robotnik and his array of vicious robots from taking over the planet Mobius. The plots often loosely followed the storyline of the video game, although at the time the Sonic games were still quite new, and lacking much plot or character development, which was in turn filled in by the show's writers. The show features very few characters, usually just Sonic, Tails, Robotnik and his two hench-bots Scratch and Grounder. Characters from this show made cameos in the 8-bit and 16-bit versions of Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine.
Each episode featured the infamous "Sonic Sez" segments where Sonic gave viewers advice on different topics, ranging from staying in school, not running away from home and not using guns to smoking, alcohol abuse and false advertising. Probably the most famous of these segments is the one featured in "Lovesick Sonic", which dealt with sexual harassment. With the advent of video sites like YouTube these segments (especially the "Lovesick Sonic" ones) have become viral hits.
The show was created by DiC Entertainment, who produced a total of 65 episodes for its first season. The first episode was "The Best Hedgehog" (shown Sept 6) and the last was "Hero of the Year" (shown Dec 3). DiC ceased production of to this comical interpretation to spend more time on its darker interpretation, dubbed just "Sonic the Hedgehog" (commonly known as SatAM), a series launched on ABC's Saturday morning line-up. This wasn't to be the end of AoStH, however, for DiC created one more episode in the winter of 1996, Sonic Christmas Blast - which ended up being a strange mix of AoStH and SatAM.
Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog was orignally broadcast in syndication, meaning it was shown on any television station that wanted it. USA Network picked it up from 1995-1997 and then it later picked up by Toon Disney from 1998-2002. It was also broadcast internationally and currently is shown three times a day on POP!. Robotnik also appeared occasionally on the "Chillin' with the Villians" programming block - he was even in their commercial for it.
- Tails' voice was provided by Christopher Evan Welch, who was 11 years old when the program began. When Sonic Christmas Blast was released, he was 14 years old and was replaced because his voice changed.
- The series and the theme song regularly features the title screen theme from the first two Sonic games. This was the only show, up until Sonic X to feature music from the games.
- Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog was originally offered to ABC for Saturday morning broadcasting. But because ABC executives found the series to be lacking in plot and animation, ABC told DiC to scrap it and work on another Sonic cartoon. Its replacement was the second series, known by fans as SatAM.
- In the episode "Untouchable Sonic", Scratch and Grounder were seen watching Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog on TV. The footage they were watching was from the original pilot episode. The pilot itself is available for viewing here.
- In Germany this show is named "Sonic der irre Igel" (Sonic the Insane Hedgehog).
- In the episode "Tails Prevails", there is a Star Trek reference when Tails says "I'm giving her all she's got captain." In an attempt at a stereotypical Scottish accent.
- This show is the source for the Sonic YTMND fad.
- The games Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine and Sonic Spinball are set in the same continuity of this television series as characters from the show make cameos.
|Sonic the Hedgehog||Jaleel White|
|Miles "Tails" Prower||Christopher Evan Welch/Chris Turner (Sonic Christmas Blast)|
|Doctor Ivo Robotnik||Long John Baldry|
|Grounder, Additional Voices||Gary Chalk|
|Coconuts, Additional Voices||Ian James Corlett|
|Narrator (pilot episode)||Gary Owens|
|Doctor Ivo Robotnik and Scratch (pilot episode)||Jim Cummings|
Episodes (Syndication Order)
- The 'correct' order (as it appears on DVDs) is listed at the bottom of this page.
|Episode #||Episode Title||Original Airdate|
|1||"Best Hedgehog"||: 06/09/1993||Sonic and Tails learn about the sad story of Lucas and Lucinda. They were once very much in love, but their lives were ruined by Doctor Robotnik. He had wanted Lucinda to be his and didn't take her rejection very well. Lucas spent years imprisoned as a result of Robotnik's sick need for revenge. Now, with help from Sonic and Tails, Lucas has another chance to be with Lucinda. Still, it won't be easy for them to find her and evade Robotnik.|
|2||"Tails' New Home"||: 07/09/1993||When Sonic decides to find Tails a suitable foster home, Robotnik finds out and creates a robot fox family which poses as Tails' long lost parents. Sonic leaves Tails with the fox family, but finally realizes they're robots and rescues Tails.|
|3||"Birth of a Salesman"||: 08/09/1993||To deal with Sonic, Dr. Robotnik gets a new weapons supplier – Wes Weasley. He is all too happy to provide Robotnik with powerful weaponry – so long as he gets paid, of course. Armed with new weaponry, Scratch and Grounder are sent out after Sonic and Tails, but they screw up anyway. Wes assures Robotnik that a new weapon will make all the difference, but each new purchase just damages the Dumbbots and tries the villainous doctor's patience.|
|4||"Submerged Sonic"||: 09/09/1993||Robotnik is after the Power Gems from the city of Submerbia in the Labyrinth Zone. After kidnapping the Princess Bubbles, her Merman boyfriend goes to Sonic for help.|
|5||"Pseudo Sonic"||: 10/09/1993||Mobius is suffering a crime spree and all the evidence points to Sonic as the culprit. But the real thief is a lab rat wearing a high-tech vehicle suit who was sent by Robotnik to discredit our hero. When Sonic becomes ill, Tails uses the suit to try to be a hero. Sonic has to leave his sickbed and save the day.|
|6||"Over the Hill Hero"||: 13/09/1993||An elderly, out of shape superhero keeps trying to help Sonic battle Dr. Robotnik, and keeps getting him in more jeopardy. Sonic helps the old hero regain his self respect and they team up to battle Robotnik's latest scheme.|
|7||"Robolympics"||: 14/09/1993||Turtle Town faces complete destruction from an incoming asteroid. Time is running out and Turtle Town's best chance for survival lies with none other than Doctor Robotnik. He really just uses the situation to force Sonic into a new villainous scheme. With innocent lives on the line, Sonic is promptly thrust into the new Robolympic games. Robotnik and his Dumbbots are the only competition, and they plan on using every single game and dirty trick to take Sonic down.|
|8||"Lovesick Sonic"||: 15/09/1993||It appears to be business as usual when Sonic again gets the best of Scratch and Grounder. However, this confrontation leads Sonic to meet Breezie and love is soon in the air. Unfortunately, Breezie is actually just another Robotnik creation – meaning that the earlier battle was just a set-up. Tails can tell that something is wrong with Breezie, but Sonic refuses to listen to him. Can anything save Sonic before it's too late?|
|9||"Subterranean Sonic"||: 16/09/1993||Sonic and Tails' latest run-in with Scratch and Grounder takes them through a mine. It turns out that the mine is the underground home of a mole and his many diamonds. The two heroes learn the hard way that the mole is very protective of these diamonds and paranoid that others want to steal them. Things only get worse, though, with Scratch and Grounder still in the area and up to no good. Can Sonic and Tails convince the mole they are not his enemies and to free them?|
|10||"Grounder the Genius"||: 17/09/1993||Hacker – a friend of Sonic and Tails – has gotten a hold of a new computer chip from Doctor Robotnik. This chip is capable of vastly increasing one's intelligence, which Grounder finds out firsthand following a confrontation. The once stupid robot becomes a genius and is not going to be taking anymore abuse from anyone. Robotnik and then Sonic learn the hard way that the new Grounder is a formidable foe. Can Tails and Hacker do better, or will someone else have to?|
|11||"High Stakes Sonic"||: 20/09/1993||Tails and other Mobius citizens are lured into Robotnik's robotic games of chance, and when they lose they're sent to slave labor camps. Sonic rescues Tails and the others by beating the house in games of chance at Robotnik's Casino, and outsmarting the robots in a climactic chase.|
|12||"Blank Headed Eagle"||: 21/09/1993||When Grounder makes a bet with Scratch that he can catch Sonic first, the robotic chicken orders a build-it-yourself Eagle Copter kit from his favorite TV Show called Edgar Eagle. Scratch fails to catch Sonic as usual while piloting the Eagle Copter, and crashes into a barn in the process. The crash scatters the chicken's brains as he now believes he's Edgar Eagle, earning a turkey fangirl in the process!|
|13||"Boogey-Mania"||: 22/09/1993||A new invention can literally bring dreams to life, but Doctor Robotnik is more interested in nightmares. A massive nightmare of his own is soon unleashed upon Mobius and the results are devastating. Despite their best efforts, Sonic and Tails can't handle this one on their own. Instead, they'll have to fight fire with fire to win, which means getting to that invention in Robotnik's fortress.|
|14||"Big Daddy Robotnik"||: 23/09/1993||While Coconuts is on a permanent vacation, he runs into Boom-Boom, a long-lost Gorilla who thinks that Coconuts is his father. Therefore, Coconuts decides to team up with Boom-Boom to capture Sonic, although Robotnik is controlling Boom-Boom's real father to conquer half of Mobius.|
|15||"The Robotnik Express"||: 24/09/1993||Dr. Robotnik is awaiting Scratch, Grounder and a train shipment of explosive weaponry. Though Sonic and Tails will certainly intervene, Scratch and Grounder do get some unlikely help. Unbelievably, two bear bikers named Mad Mike and Big Griz have confused the two heroes and the Dumbbots with each other. Now, Sonic and Tails find their efforts complicated by Da Bears. Can they convince them of the truth before time runs out?|
|16||"Mama Robotnik's Birthday"||: 27/09/1993||It's Mama Robotnik's Birthday and she's broken out of the asylum again to get her birthday present. She seems to hate just Sonic as much as her son, so Dr. Robotnik decides to catch Sonic for her for her birthday.|
|17||"Slowwww Going"||: 28/09/1993||Dr. Robotnik's finally done it as he's invented a ray gun that's supposed to slow Sonic down for good! Sending the Dumbbots out to do his dirty work, a family of sloths comes under attack from Scratch and Grounder, who use them to lure Sonic into the path of the Doc's new Slow Motion Ray. Sonic is then captured, but saved by Tails when he reverses the effects of the ray and turns it on the sloths, turning them into a high speed fighting force, before turning it back on Sonic!|
|18||"So Long Sucker!!!"||: 29/09/1993||When the robots rip open a door to an alternate dimension, a mysterious small purple alien blob creature from another dimension falls through into Tails hands and Sonic lets him keep it. The one problem is, the alien will only eat chilidogs! And if it doesn't get them it grows into a huge alien, goes ballistic, and sucks everything up in sight. The alien (now named Goopster) is in constant danger as the robots would find it more useful as a weapon, and are constantly try to capture it. However, Dr. Robotnik steps in, kidnaps it and Sonic and Tails must go to rescue it!|
|19||"Robotnik's Rival"||: 29/09/1993||A half man, half duck named Quark suddenly appears with his robot servant in tow, and attempts to oust Robotnik from the villainy stakes. The two attempt to co-operate and defeat Sonic, but rivalry and stupidity mean that they fail and the newcomer is sent back to from whence he came.|
|20||"Trail of the Missing Tails"||: 01/10/1993||Five years ago, Robotnik banished his insane cousin Warpnik to the "Zone of Confusion." Unfortunately, seeking revenge, Warpnik has escaped and in a three Ring bind of sorts he captures Tails, knowing that Sonic will follow Tails, and knowing that Robotnik will follow Sonic! His plan works to a tee, as they all end up trapped in the Zone of Confusion.|
|21||"Momma Robotnik Returns"||: 04/10/1993||Mama Robotnik once again escapes from the asylum and returns to wreak revenge on Sonic, notifying the law that a homeless minor is roaming the streets, and offering to adopt him. The minor you ask - Sonic! The courts forcibly place him under her care even without Sonic's pleas, and she imprisons him in her fortress, using Tails as a shield, locked in her torture chamber, just to keep him against His will!|
|22||"Too Tall Tails"||: 05/10/1993||Robotnik tries to get Professor Dinglehopper's growth gun to work, but it explodes and creates a cloud of growth gas! It happens to drift over Tails, who grows incredibly large! In his huge state, he can't help but destroy small (relatively) things - such as towns and people! Sonic has to go get the antidote before Robotnik does "something good for the community" by viciously shooting Tails with a freeze ray.|
|23||"The Super Special Sonic Search and Smash Squad!"||: 06/10/1993||Dr. Robotnik has created two new Badniks under the monicker of the "Super Special Sonic Search and Smash Squad" - codenamed Scratch and Grounder. Their full job is to eradicate the devilish Doc's number one enemy - Sonic the Hedgehog! but Coconuts, Dr. R's Monkey robot, tries to capture Sonic before the other Badniks.|
|24||"The Magnificent Sonic"||: 07/10/1993||After defeating Six-Gun Pete, one of Robotnik's outlaw robots, Sonic is made into a sheriff of Tranquil Gulch and has to defend it from Dr. Robotnik who wants to turn it into Mobius' biggest casino, Gambler's Gulch.|
|25||"Zoobotnik"||: 08/10/1993||An intergalactic bounty-hunter comes to Mobius looking for unusual people and decides to catch Sonic. She runs into Robotnik when trying to catch him, and falls in love with him. She arranges for them to be married and hunt for Sonic together, though Robotnik is not too enthusiastic about it.|
|26||"Tails In Charge"||: 11/10/1993||Dr. Robotnik invents a Super Stopper-Zapper that he tries to use to petrify Sonic. It works, and Tails has to keep Sonic away from Robotnik until he can cure his condition.|
|27||"Musta Been a Beautiful Baby"||: 12/10/1993||Robotnik somehow invents a ray that makes people turn into babies, and shoots Sonic and Tails. However, he also shot himself! An overly hyper baby Sonic, a baby Tails that can speak few words, and the bully-like Baby Robotnik are taken to daycare, where they must go the whole day without a time-out until the effects wear off. Scratch and Grounder use multiple disguises to try and trick the owner of the daycare into thinking they're the kid's parents, but none work.|
|28||"Sonic The Matchmaker"||: 13/10/1993||Dr. Robotnik tries to capture Breezy (from Lovesick Sonic.) and Robotnik Jr, tries to turn Robotnik Falls into Robotnik Cliffs to cause a drought, and build a robotic wife who can't be drenched by water, But all the while, Junior starts to fall in love with Breezy.|
|29||"The Attack on the Pinball Fortress"||: 14/10/1993||In the adaptation of Sonic Spinball for the Sega Genesis, Sonic, Wes Weasley and Sergeant Doberman attempt to breach the defences of Robotnik's new fortress, and none of them can stand the sight of each other.|
|30||"The Last Resort"||: 15/10/1993||When Robotnik announces his intention to give up villainy, Sonic is therefore forced into retirement, and the offer of an all expenses paid adventure holiday from a town's grateful mayor seems like just a thing to relieve his and Tails' boredom.|
|31||"The Coachnik"||: 18/10/1993||Robotnik constructs a pushy P.T. robot in an attempt to increase Scratch, Grounder, and later, Coconuts' fitness, and all the while, Sonic tries to use Robotnik's equipment against the Robots.|
|32||"Sonic Gets Thrashed"||: 19/10/1993||When Robotnik opens up a resort to make the resident Mobians his slaves, Sonic enlists the help of some robots from an area of Mobius called Scrap Valley.|
|33||"Close Encounter of the Sonic Kind"||: 20/10/1993||Sonic and Tails try to help a pair of Aliens repair their ship before The Prince's Baby Brother destroys earth.|
|34||"Tails Prevails"||: 21/10/1993||One of Tails' inventions catches the eye of the goofy Professor Dinglehopper, who asks the fox to leave Sonic and become his research assistant!|
|35||"Robotnik Junior"||: 22/10/1993||When Dr. Robotnik builds a robot "son" that looks like him. He finally has a sense of pride, but the pride is soon dashed to pieces when the robot realizes he'd rather be on Sonic's side because "Sonic's nicer."|
|36||"The Magic Hassle"||: 25/10/1993||Dr. Robotnik acquires a magic wand and a book of spells from Wes Weasley, and attempts to master them while trying to destroy the Mobius mint before it can release a Sonic banknote, with the ultimate aim of forcing it to produce currency in his own image.|
|37||"Blackbot the Pirate"||: 26/10/1993||The Chaos Emerald mini-series starts off with Robotnik waiting for a good scientist, Professor Caninestein, to finish working on a time machine. Robotnik says he's going to use it to go back in time and steal four all-powerful "Chaos Emeralds of Invisibility, Invincibility, Immortality, and (the Power of) Life." Once he has all of them, he will become The Surpreme High Robotnik!|
|38||"Prehistoric Sonic"||: 29/10/1993||The Badniks go back to the Mesozoic Era and steal the Emerald of Life, but not before Robotnik kills his Dumbniks to do so by throwing them into the volcano. Sonic is too late to stop him. Robotnik and his morons (who have somehow been resurrected despite getting thrown into the lava) go back to the last three episodes to get the other Emeralds.|
|39||"Hedgehog of the "Hound" Table"||: 27/10/1993||Robotnik and his robots head for the time of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Robotnik meets Merlence: the Wizard , who just hands him the Emerald of Invincibility. But holding the Emerald is just half the thing – you need to be king for it to work. So Robotnik takes over the throne and makes Merlence change Sonic's boots to stone.|
|40||"Untouchable Sonic"||: 1/11/1993||Sonic comes to the rescue of a town as it is held to ransom by a crime syndicate under the control of Dr. Robotnik!|
|41||"Robotnik's Pyramid Scheme"||: 28/10/1993||Robotnik and his followers escape from the lions, and head for ancient Mobegypt, when they can find the Emerald of Immortality. Robotnik, of course, knows that Sonic will try to stop him. But Robotnik has apparently got a surprise plan here - he tries to make sure Sonic is never born by preventing the Blue Blur's Egyptian ancestors, Masonic and Penelope, from meeting.|
|42||"Sonic Breakout"||: 2/11/1993||A popular cartoonist Sketch Lampoon is imprisoned in Robotnik's prison. Sonic has a plan, to get captured in the prison cell and then break out and save Sketch Lampoon. But will it work?|
|43||"Sonically Ever After"||: 3/11/1993||Robotnik invents a ray gun that literally transports Sonic, Tails, and Robotnik's gang into a storybook!|
|44||"Mystery Of The Missing Hi-Tops"||: 4/11/1993||There's going to be some sort of fair in Sonic's honor today on Planet Mobius, but Sonic wakes up and finds his shoes gone! He suspects Robotnik, but he can't run without the shoes due to the fact that the friction would tear his feet up, so he has to use detective work.|
|45||"Super Robotnik"||: 5/11/1993||Coconuts knocks a bunch of chemical mixes off a shelf into a vat. Robotnik falls into them and gains super powers as he challenges Sonic to a series of physical tests - and the one who loses the most has to leave Mobius forever!|
|46||"Mass Transit Trouble"||: 8/11/1993||Robotnik plants bombs at three of Mobius' centers of transport: an airport, a port and a railway station, threatening to cause chaos unless Sonic can effectively be in three places at once!|
|47||"Spaceman Sonic"||: 9/11/1993||Sonic and Tails are blasted into space whilst trying to prevent Robotnik from launching a deadly rocket towards a space station.|
|48||"MacHopper"||: 11/11/1993||When Scratch and Grounder capture a Freedom Fighting Kangaroo named MacHopper, Robotnik comes to realize that Mac may be the only person capable of matching Sonic at his own game, as he brainwashes Mac into doing his dirty deeds! But in the attempt to reprogram his brain an explosion occurs in the lightning storm, causing his reprogramming to change for the worst|
|49||"Baby Sitter Jitters"||: 11/11/1993||Sonic and Tails babysit a pair of baby beavers who are at least as much trouble as Robotnik, and get themselves kidnapped at least as often as Tails! Robotnik attacks the heroes while they're pre-occupied, but the twins are ultimately better at seeing off villains than Sonic himself.|
|50||"Full-Tilt Tails"||: 12/11/1993||Tails unwittingly steps on a piece of "high-speed gum" that Dr. Robotnik invented and now he can run really super fast! There's just one drawback to his new super speed ability - because unfortunately, once he starts speeding, he can't control himself.|
|51||"Lifestyles of the Sick and Twisted"||: 15/11/1993||A parody of the old Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, except about Robotnik and his daily routine of evil - with a twist: especially when Robotnik kidnaps Robin Leech's niece! And to top that - Robin isn't so much of a good egg himself...|
|52||"Road Hog"||: 16/11/1993||Sonic gets a speeding ticket that he can't afford to pay, and has to do labor in a field to make up for it. Meanwhile, he learns of a plan that Robotnik is going to use special pollen that hypnotizes people and makes them do his bidding! Problem is - how can he hope to stop Robotnik if he's trapped doing hard time?|
|53||"The Mobius 5000"||: 17/11/1993||When Robotnik threatens to close down an orphanage and evict all the poor little orphans, Sonic and Tails enter Caninestein's car design in a race, in an attempt to win the prize money! But the robots, Scratch and Grounder are also competing, and dog Sonic and Tails all the way, until they realize that they may be replaced if Sonic is defeated.|
|54||"Honey, I Shrunk the Hedgehog"||: 18/11/1993||Robotnik hatches a plan to shrink the sources of all of Mobius' natural resources, and keep them all in his fortress! Hit by his shrink ray, Sonic and Tails must make their way across the doctor's lab and join forces with the residents of the shrunken cities to stop Robotnik!|
|55||"Sonic's Song"||: 19/11/1993||Quite a popular singer, Catty Carlisle sings a song about Sonic (showing off his heroic side).|
|56||"Sno Problem"||: 22/11/1993||Robotnik has invented The Ultra-Freezomatic with his goal to freeze every being on Mobius and place on them little cigarette-patch looking "Servitude Chips" thus giving them complete obedience to Robotnik!|
|57||"Sonic is Running"||: 23/11/1993||Robotnik is running for president, and Sonic runs against him to ensure that Robotnik won't win.|
|58||"Mad Mike, Da Bear Warrior"||: 24/11/1993||Mad Mike returns and receives a blow to the head which leads to Amnesia, causing him to think that he is loyal to Robotnik! Sonic, Tails and Big Griz must change his mind.|
|59||"Robotnikland"||: 25/11/1993||Robotnik traps Sonic in his death-trap amusement park called Robotnik Land. There Robotnik tortures Sonic and it's his birthday! Can you believe it? Will Sonic escape?|
|60||"The Little Merhog"||: 26/11/1993||While fishing, when Tails pulls out a mermaid hedgehog named Merna, its up to Sonic and Tails to save the day when they find out Dr. Robotnik is destroying her underwater city.|
|61||"Robo-Ninjas"||: 29/11/1993||Robotnik captures a master of martial arts (Miyagi by any other name), and steals his knowledge in order to turn Scratch and Grounder into better fighters. The master's pupil comes to Sonic and Tails for help, and the trio then battle the robots for the sensei's freedom.|
|62||"Fast and Easy"||: 30/11/1993||Robotnik is after Easy Eddie, a pick pocket ferret that took his Chaos Emerald ring that he was going to use to conquer Mobius by flooding it and he wants it back.|
|63||"Tails' Tale"||: 1/12/1993||When Sonic disappears from the face of the planet mysteriously, it's up to Tails to locate him with the help of Professor Dinglehopper! But a mysterious lost city and unknown doings by Dr. Robotnik may complicate problems. And just what did happen to Sonic anyway?|
|64||"The Robot's Robot"||: 2/12/1993||Dr. Robotnik invents a machine that literally implodes everything, he's going to use it to conquer the planet once and for all once he installs the BLAMMO component . . . Meanwhile, Scratch and Grounder create a robot out of spare parts that they use to do their bidding.|
|65||"Hero of the Year"||: 3/12/1993||Wes Weasly hosts a roast to Sonic, to give him a Hero of the year award, but what Sonic doesn't yet know is that is all a trap set by Robotnik.|
|Episode #||Episode Title||Original Airdate|
|1||"Sonic Christmas Blast"||: Winter 1996||While searching for a present for Princess Sally, Sonic and Tails learn that Dr. Robotnik, posing as Robotnik Claus, has stolen every gift on the planet.|
The Complete Series (UK)
Includes every episode, except for Sonic Christmas Blast
Super Special Sonic Search & Smash Squad
Includes two episodes:
The Super Special Sonic Search & Smash Squad!
Sonic Christmas Blast
Sonic Christmas Blast
Momma Robotnik's Birthday (UK)
Momma Robotnik's Birthday
- Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog at the Big Cartoon DataBase
- Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog at TV.com