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- Chef Charlemaine
- Eddie Van Hedgehog: A seemingly well-known musician that plays the electric guitar. His name is a pun on Eddie Van Halen.
- Mr. Bobo
- Big Beat City: a city on Mobius. Sonic once went to Big Beat City in order to get a new guitar for Catty Carlisle.
- Major Mustard's 41-Flavor Ice Cream Emporium: a location on Mobius. After Tails had eaten his full at a restaurant in Wienerville, the waitress suggested for him to go to Major Mustard's 41-Flavor Ice Cream Emporium next.
Archie Sonic the Hedgehog
- Abraham Acorn
- Angel-La: The mother of Edmund and Dimitri, and the wife of Byron. Nothing much is known about her, except the fact that the Floating Island was renamed to Angel Island after her name in 3236. In Dimitri's data file in Sonic the Hedgehog #105, she was listed as Cara-Lyn, which was then retconned in Sonic the Hedgehog #118 to her original name, Angel-La.
- Angela Hopkins
- Anti-Penelope Platypus: The Moebius counterpart of Penelope Platypus. She was briefly in a relationship with Anti-Sonic, but unlike Anti-Bunnie Rabbot, she did not join the Anti-Freedom Fighters in search of vengeance. Anti-Bunnie broke up with Scourge after she learned the infidelity with Anti-Penelope.
- Anti-Rob O' the Hedge: The Anti-Mobius counterpart of Mobius Prime's Rob O' the Hedge, cousin of Rosy the Rascal (Amy Rose's evil counterpart). Little is known about him, except that (according to Scourge the Hedgehog), his brother killed him.
- Bow Sparrow
- Byron: The father of Edmund and Dimitri, and Angel-La's husband.
- Chaos Titans: Enigmatic entities mentioned by the "first spark." In ancient times, the Chaos Titans "drove back" the darkness that was present. However, their actions unfavorably changed those of the "first spark", including Chip.
- Chocola (Pre-Super Genesis Wave)
- Doctor Bin
- Doctor Niven
- Doctor Pin
- Dragon Kingdom Freedom Fighters
- Duke of Soleanna (Archie)
- Foreman Krag
- General Raxos: A member of the Zoah and served as their leader within the Twilight Cage. After getting trapped in the Twilight Cage, Raxos and his people were conquered by the Nocturnus Clan, along with the Kron, Voxai, and N'rrgal, the last of whom were the bitter enemies of Raxos' people.
- George Acorn
- Geraldo Robotnik: A member of the House of Ivo, husband of Meredith Sanders, son of Gerald Robotnik and Jennifer Vasquez, and father of Maria Robotnik.
- Gizoid (Pre-Super Genesis Wave)
- Himon: The Mitre of the Lost Tribe of Echidnas prior to Athair assuming the role of Mitre of the Lost Tribe. He died just before the Ancient Walkers brought Athair to the tribe.
- Hope Kintobor (Light Mobius): The Light Mobius counterpart of Mobius Prime's Hope Kintobor. When Lien-Da freed King Shadow from his imprisonment by using a Chaos Syphon, she asked who it was that imprisoned him. She asked if it was Knuckles, Tails, or "that horrible Kintobor woman", referring to Hope. This implies that Hope was opposed to Shadow's regime.
- Irving Pavlov: The second cousin of Colin and Julian Kintobor. The latter remembered him for being able to make dogs salivate at the sound of a bell.. Irving Pavlov is likely a throwaway reference to the real life Ivan Pavlov.
- Jennifer Vasquez: A member of the House of Ivo, wife of Gerald Robotnik, mother of Bertha and Geraldo Robotnik, and grandmother of Julian and Colin Kintobor and Maria Robotnik.
- Jet the Hawk
- Julius Acorn
- King Leonus
- Marcus the Owl: a Mobian writer who wrote a biography of Kirby and was described as "a storyteller who could work wonders with his words and pictures".
- Maria Robotnik (Light Mobius)
- Mazuri Separatists: a group from Mazuri that are apparently opposed to King Sonic's rule. Little is known about this organization, except that they are apparently a big enough threat for Knuckles, Julie-Su, Mace, and Vector to go and attempt peace negotiations with the group, specifically with one Mazuri known as "Bill".
- Meredith Sanders: a member of the House of Ivo, wife of Geraldo Robotnik, daughter-in-law of Gerald Robotnik and Jennifer Vasquez, and mother of Maria Robotnik.
- Metal Overlord (Pre-Super Genesis Wave)
- Min and Mum: a pair of tiny robot minions on Captain Whisker's pirate crew who accompany Whisker. Alongside Captain Whisker, Min and Mum have plagued Blaze's world in the Sol Zone. Min and Mum's names are a play on the word "minimum."
- Miriam Kintobor
- N'rrgal Queen
- Nasty Hyena Gangs
- Nicholas O'Tyme: a great and powerful owl spirit who protects the Time Stones, and is the one who decides who may use them. Nicholas O'Tyme is most likely based off the Keeper of the Time Stones in the episode "Blast to the Past, Part 1" in the Sonic the Hedgehog TV series. His name is undoubtedly a pun based on the old saying "in the nick of time".
- Nicole (future version)
- Octopods a species of aquatic creatures known to inhabit Moebius. Princess Alicia and Buns Rabbot survived an encounter with them after being knocked into a toxic pool containing them by Sonic the Hedgehog, whom they had attacked after mistaking him for Evil Sonic.
- Professor Clarke
- King Raphael Acorn: the third king of the Kingdom of Acorn and a member of the House of Acorn. Son of King Theodore Acorn and younger brother to the late Emerson Acorn, Raphael was born late in his father's life following the death of his older brother in a gun accident. Due to his father's advanced age, Raphael was left a king without a guide early in his life, and dedicated much time to preparing his son, Julius Acorn, for the role that he had been thrust into with virtually no preparation.
- Reginald Acorn
- Romulus Acorn
- Sebastian Acorn
- Silvanus Acorn
- Storm the Albatross
- Time Eater
- Wave the Swallow
- Woodland Kingsmen
- Yilin a human resident of Chun-Nan. During the Shattered World Crisis, Yilin would be asked by Cinder the Pheasant and Cream the Rabbit the whereabouts of Zonshen. She then told them that he had gone up to the Gaia Temple grounds in the morning.
- Big the Cat
- Bivalve Clam
- Charmy Bee
- Cream the Rabbit
- Drago Wolf
- Dulcy the Dragon
- Espio the Chameleon
- Geoffrey St. John
- Mighty the Armadillo
- Monkey Khan
- Ray the Flying Squirrel
- Saffron Bee
- Sergeant Simian
- Vector the Crocodile
- Walt Wallaby
The following characters are only mentioned and are not seen in any form:
- Abraham Tower
- Brotherhood of Guardians
- Chaos Knuckles
- Dark Legion
- Elias Acorn
- Guardian Units of the Nation
- Mammoth Mogul
- Sir Charles Hedgehog
- Super Sonic
- Team Dark
- E-101 Beta
- E-101 Mark II
- E-103 Delta
- E-104 Epsilon
- E-105 Zeta
- E-106 Eta (Pre-Super Genesis Wave)
- E-107 Theta
- E-108 Iota (Pre-Super Genesis Wave)
- E-109 Kappa (Pre-Super Genesis Wave)
- E-110 Lambda (Pre-Super Genesis Wave)
- E-111 Mu
- E-112 Nu
- E-113 Xi (Pre-Super Genesis Wave)
- E-114 Omicron
- E-115 Pi: The sixteenth unit in the E-100 Series line, created by Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik. E-115 Pi was created sometime between 3236 and 3237, possibly during or after Dr. Eggman's campaign on harnessing the power of Chaos. Apparently, Pi was caught by E-102 Gamma at the Great Crater in Downunda. Gamma was successful at destroying Pi.
- E-116 Rho: The seventeenth unit in the E-100 Series line, created by Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik. E-116 Rho was created sometime between 3236 and 3237, possibly during or after Dr. Eggman's campaign on harnessing the power of Chaos. Apparently, it was found by E-102 Gamma upon his return to Yurashia at the ocean shores. Rho was then destroyed.
- E-117 Sigma
- E-118 Tau: The nineteenth unit in the E-100 Series line, created by Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik. E-118 Tau was created sometime between 3236 and 3237, possibly during or after Dr. Eggman's campaign on harnessing the power of Chaos. Apparently, Tau was ambushed by E-102 Gamma at the Dragon Kingdom at Yurashia, to which it was later destroyed by Gamma.
- E-119 Upsilon: The twentieth unit in the E-100 Series line, created by Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik. E-119 Upsilon was created sometime between 3236 and 3237, possibly during or after Dr. Eggman's campaign on harnessing the power of Chaos. At some point, it was sent to the Battle Fortress to meet with the Battle Bird Armada, but it was attacked by E-102 Gamma and its Mobini freed.
- E-120 Phi
- E-121 Chi
- E-122 Psi
- Amy Rose: the Light Mobius counterpart of Mobius Prime's Amy Rose. At some point in her life, Amy would be adventuring through time using Time Stones.
- Antoine D'Coolette: the Light Mobius counterpart of Mobius Prime's Antoine D'Coolette. He is the father of Jacques D'Coolette and Belle D'Coolette, and Bunnie D'Coolette's husband.
- Bunnie D'Coolette: the Light Mobius counterpart of Mobius Prime's Bunnie D'Coolette. She is the mother of Jacques D'Coolette and Belle D'Coolette, and Antoine D'Coolette's wife.
- Charmy Bee: The Light Mobius counterpart of Mobius Prime's Charmy Bee. As one of the Chaotix, Charmy was considered by Lara-Su to be one of her adopted uncles. Charmy also trained Lara-Su, helping her gain greater gliding abilities with his expertise in flight.
- Doctor Finitevus: the Light Mobius counterpart of Doctor Finitevus from the Prime Zone. At some point in the past, Dimitri came to dislike Finitevus. This was revealed when he expressed shame at having worked with him, an event that was only outclassed by Lien-Da's conspiracy with Mobius' despotic king, Shadow the Hedgehog.
- Maximillian Acorn: the Light Mobius counterpart of Mobius Prime's Maximillian Acorn. Before the crisis that resulted in the alteration of the timeline, King Max remained the ruler of Mobius for the first two years of Sonic and Sally's marriage. According to Sally, Sonic didn't mind it and would have been happy if she had given up the crown. This information was not well-known, as some people, such as Julie-Su, thought that Sonic became king just after the wedding.
- Mighty the Armadillo: the Light Mobius counterpart of Mobius Prime's Mighty the Armadillo, and a member of the Chaotix. Along with his teammates, Mighty was one of Lara-Su's trainers, helping her develop her physical strength alongside Vector. Lara-Su also considered him to be one of her honorary uncles.
- Babylon Garden
- Black Comet
- Casino Night Zone
- Chun-Nan (Pre-Super Genesis Wave): a human/overlander city-state of the United Federation in Yurashia. Chun-Nan is based on the Town Stage with the same name from the Sonic Unleashed.
- Downunda (Dark Mobius)
- Empire City (Pre-Super Genesis Wave): a Human/Overlander settlement in Eurish, and a city-state of the United Federation.
- Hidden Palace Zone (Dark Mobius)
- Holy Summit (Pre-Super Genesis Wave) an area found on Mobius. Holy Summit was one of several stops that King Maximillian Acorn had scheduled on his world tour to raise support against the Eggman Empire.
- Land of a Million Lights: a region located on the planet Mobius. By 3237 it was also the location of one of a Sub-Boss of the Eggman Empire.
- Lethal Radioactive Zone
- Cascade City: a location on Sonic's world.
- Eggman Land
- Lost Hex
- Turtleshell Island: a location on Sonic's world.
- Admiral Doom: A historic supervillain on Seaside Island who once fought Captain Hero. While the outcome of their battle is unknown, the facts from it would be used as study material for students in Evil Science classes.
- Ant Bot
- Bash-up Bot
- Buddy Beavers
- Captain Hero: A historic superhero on Seaside Island who once fought Admiral Doom. While the outcome of their battle is unknown, the facts from it would be used as study material for students in Evil Science classes.
- Crybot: A robot created by Dr. Eggman and is regarded as one of the lamest creations the doctor has come up with. As an Eggman robot, Crybot is able to receive power remotely from Eggman's lair. Team Sonic has shown some familiarity with Crybot, though the nature of their relationship is unknown.
- Doctor Eggman (Morpho's dimension): Dr. Eggman's counterpart from a parallel dimension. At some point, Eggman created a shapeshifting robot named Morpho. However, he eventually had an accident that caused his entire dimension to blow up. Whether or not Eggman survived this is unknown.
- Eggman (Doctor Eggman's father): The father of the world-renowned supervillain Dr. Eggman, who was seemingly named after him. Not much is known about Eggman, although his son made some desperate attempts in the past to earn his approval and according to him, Eggman was a very oppressive man.
- Gigglesnorts: An improve troupe that Dr. Eggman was once a member of. Exercises they would play included "Zip, Zap or Zip" to practice how to think fast.
- Lamebot: A robot created by Dr. Eggman and is considered one of the lamest creations the doctor has come up with (hence its name). Team Sonic has shown some familiarity with Lamebot, though the nature of their relationship is unknown.
- Mathbot: A robot created by Dr. Eggman and is viewed as one of the lamest creations the doctor has come up with. Team Sonic has shown some familiarity with Mathbot, though the nature of their relationship is unknown.
- Mister Mayor: the father of Mayor Fink and possibly a past mayor of Hedgehog Village.
- Mrs. Dave's Mom
- Rhyme Bot
- Rock Transport Bot: a robot created by Dr. Eggman which specializes in rock transportation. When Dr. Eggman needed someone to bring rocks for his garden, Rock Transport Bot was passed over in favor of Orbot and Cubot.
- Scorpion Bot
- Sea Witch: a character mentioned in Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric. She is the mother of Salty and Pepper. As implied by her name and Amy, the Sea Witch is not exactly a lovely person. When Sonic first heard of the Sea Witch, he mistook her for Pepper's boat. It is implied by Pepper that it is a common misassumption.
- Spoonbot: A robot created by Dr. Eggman and is viewed as one of the lamest creations the doctor has come up with. Team Sonic has shown some familiarity with Mathbot, though the nature of their relationship is unknown.
- Suzanne: a vacuum and the cousin of Cubot. Suzanne is described as a suck-up in behavior, though not to the same degree as Dave the Intern.
- Tannous: the uncle of Miles "Tails" Prower's neighbor. When suffering from insomnia, Tannous has a habit trying to fluff his pillow to get comfortable and then get up for a drink of water.
- Angel Island
- Casino Night Zone: an unspecified region on Earth. At some point, Dr. Eggman spent a weekend in Casino Night Zone, but can't remeber what he did during his trip. Allegedly, Eggman did something so unmentionable that Cubot later insisted it remained confidential.
- Danger Falls: an area on Seaside Island which, as its name implies, is dangerous to cross over without the proper survival skills. Supposedly, it lies on route to Hidden Meadows.
- Doomsday Bunker: Sticks the Badger's personal bunker for hiding from apocalyptic events (which she has yet to use). Deeming Sonic's Mech Suit unstoppable, Sticks prepared to hide in her Doomsday Bunker. However, her plans were dashed when Tails found a way to stop the mech suit.
- Hazard Jungle: a region on Seaside Island which, as its name implies, is dangerous to travel through without the proper survival skills. Supposedly, it lies on route to Hidden Meadows.
- Jeopardy Lake: a location on Seaside Island which, as its name implies, is dangerous to travel through without the proper survival skills. Supposedly, it lies on route to Hidden Meadows.
- Lake Yenny Haha: a lake area where someone has to go to and bathe in some specific mud to undo the curse of eleven years of bad luck from a moth-colored, seven-legged spider.
- Billy Gulch
- Black Beak: A pirate captain who Captain Plunder and Captain Tiberius served under when they were younger. Black Beak is presumably named after the real life pirate Blackbeard.
- Dim Visor
- Dusty Visor
- Eurytheus: The former ruler of the city of Arcos in ancient Greece. In ancient Greece, Eurytheus tasked Hercules with the Twelve Labors (secretly thirteen), which Hercules was to complete in order to enter Mount Olympus. Eurytheus is based on King Eurystheus from Greek mythology.
- Hydra: A monster from ancient Greece. Hercules fought the Hydra as a part of his Twelve Labours.
- Moon Goddess
- Professor Neinstein: a famous Mobian physicist. During his career, Professor Neinstein created an energy absorption and transmission device that could swap the powers of one person with another's. After his death, Dr. Robotnik learned of his invention and stole it for his own use. Neinstein's name is a parody of Albert Einstein's name.
- Tekno the Canary (Mirror Zone): an alternate version of Tekno the Canary from the Mirror Zone. Tekno was a scientist working for the Freedom Fighters who sought to overthrow the evil King Sonic. When King Sonic turned into Super Sonic, Amy suggested having Tekno find some way to keep their King in this form permanently.
- Arcos: a city in ancient Greece which was ruled by Eurytheus. Arcos is based on the Greek city of Argos.
- Black Zone: a region said to be somewhere in the Special Zone, possibly on Planet Meridian. It is the home of Mister Shifter, a self-described "deadly shape-changer".
- Dimension of Tranquility: an alternate dimension separate from Mobius'. According to interdimensional travelers that Sonic the Hedgehog ran into, an old lady would often visit her sister who lived in the Dimension of Tranquility.
- Caves of No Return
- Great Canyon: a large canyon located in the relatively uncharted area known as the Great Unknown. The Wolf Pack's home base is located 21.3 kilometers south-southeast of the Great Canyon.
- Lady Agitha: an aristocrat who once attended the debutante ball.
- Lord Ambrey: an aristocrat who once attended the debutante ball.
- Miffy Squinkington: a female Mobian. While attending an event organized by Robotnik, a woman who was with Bartleby noticed Miffy and questioned why the doctor would have invited her.
- Mobian Megawhales: a species of whale. Not much is known of this animal, although the Royal Hedgehog Crest compares the Sand Snakes of Hamarapi to Mobian Megawhales in size. Given their namesake, the species is most likely a type of large whale.
- Mobian Muskrats a species of rodents native to Mobius. According to Sleet, Mobian Muskrats are extremely stupid.
- Marsh of Melador: an area outside of Robotropolis. After reuniting after years of being apart, the Sonic Underground left Robotropolis, with the Marsh of Melador being one of the locations they traveled through upon their departure.
- Artificial Chaos (Sonic X)
- Jackie Chan: An associate of Lindsey Thorndyke. At some point in the past, Jackie Chan befriended Lindsey Thorndyke and taught her how to fight. Jackie Chan is based on the real-life person of the same name.
- Miss Mordue: a human who works as the Thorndyke family's cook at their summer cottage. In the present day, it is implied that, like all the other inhabitants of her town, she was possessed by a ghost during King Boom Boo's stay in town.
- Miss Westerly (ウェンディ先生 Uendi Sensei?, lit. "Miss Wendy"): the former teacher of Christopher Thorndyke's class at Station Square Elementary School. During the semester, Miss Westerly took a leave of absence from teaching, resulting in Mister Stewart becoming the substitute teacher of her class for the remainder of the semester.
- Mr. Yoggy: a human who works as the Thorndyke family's cook at their summer cottage. In the present day, it is implied that, like all the other inhabitants of her town, he was possessed by a ghost during King Boom Boo's stay in town.
- Socrates Ramada
- Vivian presumably a human female. It would appear as though Jerome Wise has some sort of romantic relationship with her, as he was shown dreaming of her while sleeping and making kissing gestures. After losing his job as the President's assistant. Jerome seems to be searching for Vivian for unknown reasons.
- Alaska: a state located on the northern hemisphere of Earth.
- Crazy Gadget: a sector of the Space Colony ARK. Dr. Eggman was once on standby in Crazy Gadget while waiting for Sonic and his allies to arrive with the last Chaos Emerald for the Eclipse Cannon.
- Egypt a country located on Earth. After successfully stealing Nelson Thorndyke's space shuttle, Eggman ordered Decoe and Bocoe to take the Egg Carrier to Egypt, saying that he and Bokkun would make it there in the space shuttle. It is likely that Egypt is the same location seen during the "Shadow Saga" of the anime series Sonic X, where Sonic and his friends went to space via a space shuttle.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Donahue, Kevin; P. Zappala, Donald (19 November 1993). "Sonic's Song". Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog. Season 1. Episode 11. First-run syndication.
- ↑ Goren, Rowby (5 October 1993). "Too Tall Tails". Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog. Season 1. Episode 15. First-run syndication.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Sonic the Hedgehog #151, "Chaos Emeralds Are Forever"
- ↑ Sonic the Hedgehog #195, "Hedgehog Havoc! Part 1"
- ↑ Sonic the Hedgehog #105, "Sega Data File: Dimitri"
- ↑ Sonic the Hedgehog #280, "Keys to Victory"
- ↑ Sonic the Hedgehog: The Complete Sonic Comic Encyclopedia, "Twilight Cage"
- ↑ 8.0 8.1 8.2 Sonic Universe Volume 1: The Shadow Saga, "Who's Who: Kintobor Linage"
- ↑ Sonic Universe #6, "Mobius: 30 Years Later - Dark Siege"
- ↑ Sonic the Hedgehog #17, "Gorilla Warfare or The Apes of Wrath"
- ↑ Sonic the Hedgehog #65, "The Library"
- ↑ Sonic Universe #5, "Mobius: 30 Years Later: Five Years of Peace"
- ↑ 13.0 13.1 Sonic the Hedgehog: The Complete Sonic Comic Encyclopedia, "Blaze the Cat & Her World."
- ↑ 14.0 14.1 Sonic the Hedgehog: The Complete Sonic Comic Encyclopedia, "Acorn Lineage"
- ↑ Sonic the Hedgehog #281, "Wings of Fire Part One: Slow Burn"
- ↑ 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 http://archiecomics.com/blog/sonic_universe/2010/12/from-the-databanks-of-e-102-gamma.html
- ↑ Ian Flynn on Twitter. Twitter (9 May 2017). Retrieved on 24 June 2017. “PC the Unicorn: Though, can you please answer this one question. Where the heck was Amy at in 30 years later? / Ian Flynn: Adventuring through time via Time Stones, being awesome. #LostHedgehogTales #spoilers”
- ↑ 18.0 18.1 Sonic the Hedgehog: The Complete Sonic Comic Encyclopedia, "The Future Freedom Fighters"
- ↑ 19.0 19.1 Sonic the Hedgehog: The Complete Sonic Comic Encyclopedia, "Knuckles' Family"
- ↑ Sonic the Hedgehog #167, "Mobius 25 Years Later Part Two: Tempus Aeternus"
- ↑ Sonic the Hedgehog #136, "Mobius: 25 Years Later - Girl Talk"
- ↑ Sonic the Hedgehog: The Complete Sonic Comic Encyclopedia, "World Map"
- ↑ Sonic the Hedgehog #138, "Return to Angel Island Part 1: The Message"
- ↑ Sonic the Hedgehog #194, "Sleepless in New Megaopolis"
- ↑ 25.0 25.1 Sonic the Hedgehog #20, "Crisis City, Part 2"
- ↑ 26.0 26.1 Freiberger, Sam (8 July 2017). "Mister Eggman". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 87. Boomerang.
- ↑ 27.0 27.1 27.2 27.3 27.4 Pugsley, Tom; Denton, Alan; Hahn, Greg (31 January 2015). "Cowbot". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 11. Cartoon Network.
- ↑ Raut-Sieuzac, Natalys (4 March 2017). "Blackout". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 69. Boomerang.
- ↑ Lachenaud, Marine; Lachenaud, Cedric (22 April 2017). "Eggman's Brother". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 76. Boomerang.
- ↑ 30.0 30.1 Van Liemt, Romain; Grenier, Benoit (26 September 2015). "Robot Battle Royale". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 45. Cartoon Network.
- ↑ Harrison, Reid (8 August 2015). "New Year's Retribution". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 38. Cartoon Network.
- ↑ Freiberger, Sam; Crede, Phaea; Shatraw, Justin (3 October 2015). "No Robots Allowed". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 46. Cartoon Network.
- ↑ Denton, Alan; Hahn, Greg (14 November 2015). "It Takes a Village to Defeat a Hedgehog". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 52. Cartoon Network.
- ↑ Beardmore, Marie (14 January 2017). "Strike!". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 62. Boomerang.
- ↑ Banker, Mark; Denton, Alan; Hahn, Greg (29 November 2014). "Double Doomsday". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 7. Cartoon Network.
- ↑ Tuber, Douglas; Maile, Tim (11 April 2015). "Sleeping Giant". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 21. Cartoon Network.
- ↑ Grenier, Benoit (21 October 2017). "Don't Make Me Angry". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 100. Boomerang.
- ↑ 38.0 38.1 38.2 Harrison, Reid (9 May 2015). "Into the Wilderness". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 25. Cartoon Network.
- ↑ Denton, Alan; Hahn, Greg (4 February 2017). "Mech Suits Me". Sonic Boom. Season 2. Episode 65. Boomerang.
- ↑ Raut-Siezac, Natalys (15 July 2015). "Curse of the Cross Eyed Moose". Sonic Boom. Season 1. Episode 29. Cartoon Network.
- ↑ Sonic the Comic #108, "Captain Plunder and the Spice Maidens, Part 6"
- ↑ 42.0 42.1 42.2 Sonic the Comic #149, "The Thirteenth Task"
- ↑ Sonic the Comic #39, "Sonic No More"
- ↑ Sonic the Comic #168, "Mirror Image"
- ↑ Sonic the Comic #87, "Mister Shifter"
- ↑ Sonic the Comic #126, "The House on the Hill"
- ↑ Diamond, Janis (9 October 1993). "Sonic and the Secret Scrolls". Sonic the Hedgehog. Season 1. Episode 4. ABC.
- ↑ Allee, Pat (12 November 1994). "Cry of the Wolf". Sonic the Hedgehog. Season 2. Episode 23. ABC.
- ↑ 49.0 49.1 Hurst, Ben (10 September 1999). "Come Out Wherever You Are". Sonic Underground. Season 1. Episode 10. First-run syndication.
- ↑ Edens, Michael (15 September 1999). "Artifact". Sonic Underground. Season 1. Episode 13.
- ↑ Hurst, Ben; Allee, Pat (28 September 1999). "Mummy Dearest". Sonic Underground. Season 1. Episode 22. First-run syndication.
- ↑ Taylor, Terence; Burian Mohr, Elenor (19 October 1999). "Bartleby the Prisoner". Sonic Underground. Season 1. Episode 37. First-run syndication.
- ↑ Hurst, Ben; Allee, Pat (6 October 1999). "Getting to Know You". Sonic Underground. Season 1. Episode 28. First-run syndication.
- ↑ 54.0 54.1 Sonic X #9, "Wicked Sweet Shuttle Shenanigans, Part Two"
- ↑ 55.0 55.1 Sonic X #13, "Hare-Um Scare-Um! Part One"
- ↑ Masaki, Hiro (27 September 2003). "Chaos Emerald Chaos". Sonic X. Season 1. Episode 4.
- ↑ Urasawa, Yoshio (21 February 2004). "Fast Friends". Sonic X. Season 1. Episode 21.
- ↑ Shiraishi, Masahiko (23 October 2004). "Flood Fight". Sonic X. Season 2. Episode 32.
- ↑ Sonic X #15, "Bad Eggnog"
- ↑ Yoshimura, Kiyoko (27 November 2004). "Robotnik's Revenge". Sonic X. Season 2. Episode 37.
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