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This character exists primarily or exclusively within the Sonic the Hedgehog (film series) continuity.
Information in this article may not be canonical to the storyline of the games or any other Sonic continuity.

Brayden[1] is a character that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog film series produced by Paramount Pictures and its spin-offs. He is a human who serves as a barista of the Mean Bean Coffee Café, under the control of Agent Stone.[2]

Appearance

Brayden is a human with brown skin, black eyes, and black hair. For attire, he wears a white shirt, a black apron, and black tie, black glasses, two brown bracelets on his left arm, a pair of gray pants, and two black shoes.[2]

History

Comics

Sonic the Hedgehog 2: The Official Movie Pre-Quill

As a barista of Karen's Coffee, Brayden attempted to assist the newcomer Agent Stone after he was humiliated by Karen by offering to let him listen to his podcast regarding the themes of '80s movies. However, Stone refused, much to Brayden's confusion. Brayden would later confide with Stone following the disappearances of Tina and George, believing something "spooky" to be taking place. In response, Stone told him not to worry, as he had not crossed the wrong people yet. Later, following Stone's takeover of the shop, Brayden would continue his work as barista under him.[2]

Personality

Although socially awkward, Brayden does attempt to help others, and does not hesitate to confide in them. However, Brayden does not appear to be incredibly brave in the face of mysterious situations. Brayden also runs a long podcast, where he critically analyzes "the deep social themes of '80s buddy action movies".[2]

Relationships

Allies

Gallery

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References

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