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Sharps the Parakeet was a white anthropomorphic parakeet and one of the band members in  Sonic the Hedgehog Band, along with Sonic the Hedgehog, Max the Monkey, Mach the Rabbit and Vector the Crocodile. Sharps was originally going to appear as part of the original idea for the Sound Test before being scrapped from the final release of .
Sonic the Hedgehog
During the early development of
, Sharps was originally meant to be the guitarist of the band. In the early ending sketches from the Sonic the Hedgehog art book, Sharps is shown saving Sonic from falling and sending him back to SEGA Mega Drive/Genesis Collected Works Green Hill Zone after destroying Dr. Eggman's escape plane. In the same art book, Sharps is revealed to have had more appearances in the game. Like the other band members, he was dropped from the final release due to time constraints. 
In other media
Sonic the Hedgehog Story Comic
Sharps, along with other band members, made a small appearance before the release of the game in
, a Sonic the Hedgehog Story Comic Volume 1 manga published in Japan.
Sharps in the
comic series and its spin-offs published by Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics, Sharps appears as the guitarist in Mina Mongoose's band, the Forget Me Knots, along with Max (the bass player) and Mach (the drummer), and has since been a recurring member of her band.
Keith Stuart (06 November 2014) (in English). . Read-Only Memory. p. 329. Sega Mega Drive/Genesis: Collected Works ISBN 978-0957576810. " Naoto Ohshima: The band was comprised of Sonic as lead singer, Vector the Crocodile on the keyboard, Mach the Rabbit on drums, Max the Monkey on bass and Sharps the Parakeet on guitar."
Sonic the Hedgehog 1′s Original Intro & Ending Revealed!. The Sonic Stadium (5 November 2014). Retrieved on 1 May 2015. ↑ Heidi Kemps (30 September 2005).
Sega's Yuji Naka Talks!. GameSpy. Retrieved on 1 May 2015.
Sonic | Dr. Robotnik | Animals ( Flicky, Pocky, Pecky, Cucky, Ricky, Picky, Rocky) | Tails* | Knuckles* | Super Sonic* | Super Tails* | Super Knuckles*
Badniks Moto Bug | Buzz Bomber | Chopper | Crabmeat | Newtron | Caterkiller | Batbrain | Roller | Spikes | Burrobot | Jaws | Orbinaut ( Unidasu, Uni Uni) | Bomb | Ball Hog
Zones Green Hill Zone | Marble Zone | Spring Yard Zone | Labyrinth Zone | Star Light Zone | Scrap Brain Zone | Final Zone | Special Stages
Egg Mobile-H | Marble Zone boss | Spring Yard Zone boss | Labyrinth Zone boss | Star Light Zone boss | Final Zone
Spin Jump | Spin Attack | Spin Dash* | Insta-Shield* | Propeller Flying* | Glide* | Climb*
Ring | Video Monitor ( Super Ring, Shield, Power Sneakers, Invincible, Extra Life, S*, Flame Shield*, Aqua Shield*, Thunder Shield*) | Continue | Spring | Lamppost | Bumper | Switch | Air Bubble | Bonus Point | Signpost | Giant Ring | Capsule | Jump Stand | Up and Down | Reverse | Goal
Blue Sphere | Bomb | Chaos Emerald | Color Block | Conveyor Belt | Crusher | Fan | Fire Statue | Fireball Cannon | Giant spear | Debug Mode | Electric Generator | Flywheel | High-speed elevator | Iron ball | Madonna | Movable box | Rotating platform | Original Soundtrack | Promotional Comic | Shuttle loop | Sonic the Hedgehog Band ( Max, Mach, Sharps, Vector) | Seesaw | South Island | Spikes | Splats | Story Comic | Time Attack | Totem Pole | Winding Tunnel
*Exclusive to the
2013 re-release of . Sonic the Hedgehog